Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
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'luulwoodj Mill llawilAn ftnd Mlxx rood. i Tlio wnilo paper conimlllce n( Ilio Ir Alcianilcr Qsll Cliaiilcr, I.O.IJ.K. cry much regret Iho auBCd to liouBuholclora Jn ho collection ol paper, and tot ll.i (o Tiletdny. Tliey couM not >h Ilioio collecting- to Uko their au out In auili uiuilily vvoillitr. Tin coiilcalants In tho 'rom pctlllon arrsnECd by the Sir Alomn dor Gilt clmptcr, 1.0. for lli( nipllB of grades srivcn eight Ir ho pulillc Bdiool arid the (our of Iho hlKh Echool will wrlto tomor row jnornltiE Qt 0 o'clock In Centra Efhool with Inspector Morgan prcsld Mm. I) lion of Mountain In DJU iCiyliiK wHU ffltu Mri. Thonmi Qulnn rnl n thrci iJiinllin' In Cb Owlni to Frlduy Arbor Dajr ib o( tlju C'ronH Koclcty III nol icno tea nt Iho Chlnoofc club j Uduel- Tho mcellng of Ihft wo-1' icn'i brtnelj of lh< Crnn lias (rom KrUtay unill VeOnciilay at 2 p.m. In Iho Red ,'roKri room i on account o[ tomorrow ilug Arbor Day. Mr. and Mrs, Jaroca ilcCatg and IilMrcn of Kdrnoiilon, arc thd guests of Mrs. Mct'iiljj'iv iriolher, Mrs, ChflR, en roulo to Colllngwooil, Out., they will trood Iho BJIII- FOW? SHOPPING EARLY As Arbor Day was not proclaimed a Public Holiday by the City authori- ties, we find it impossible at this short notice to close our store and maintain the service our customers expect of us. LIEUT ..COL. JOHN .WARD, -Labour'nichibe'r'or nrltlali Commorn for. Sfokca-Trbnt, who was In com tho-MIddleac! heroes ivho be- sign After parading In perfect j order! when Ibotr Hie TynJ- 1 nrcaus WOB apparently alniilng oir the Icoaat'i-ot Soy Hi Africa.t The colonnl aloqd ot'the ship blh erery, man .was safely, off. except caplal'ii and himself.- Tho Clvl? club Jiavc mad( irrangcmcnta, w.calliDr Iwrmltllng, t( aiAko Lea for ell requiring It nt lien tlcrson Pnrk tomorrow. Arbor Day, a 12 o'clock. They will alao provia Bugar, but not cream or any.calahles Tho tea will, bo served near tho pavl Ton and thojo renufrfng It are askc lo furnlEh their owl) CUIIE. Tho Art Department of tlio Mathe ala club havo been studylog this pas season American and Canadian Ar and for a final revjew bavo secure from tho Federation of American Art Washington, ,D.C.; ah Illustrated le turc' on American artists. and their work, that Is .well worth scolng. Think- ing that tha men might also enjoy this Ihay expend .a 'cordial Invitation to everyone Ihtcreaied Id attend an open meeting In Wesley church Friday tho 27th at S.30. The Iccturo Is free." Mies Shawvulip felurncil today to licr honie In Winnipeg, alter 'n vlell of Bcveral months wlLh her sister, Mra. W- II. Mnrra, jn'as the guest of honor yeatcrday at a thlni- blo tea given by Mrs." Sidney Jackson. Tho hostess was aaElste'4 tu 'serving rctreabmcnla -by Miss Jdchgpn and Miss Marlon Marr3. yilrs. K. D! John- ston entertained Ml is Shaw last evening. Mrs. Wllllani Rave a" delight- lul children's party- yesterday nrter- noon-frDm four to eight for her daugh- ter, -Eileen to, celebrate her eighth Games Ti'ere" played until Lea sorted Tat a table decorated with Lhe birthday cake anil carnaLIona anrt rerris. Marjo'rla Seaman assisted MTE. Cleary In; aerrlng the lltLlo. gueits, who were Asplin, Mary Packard, Macleod nila Au- THE HOME GARDEN Vci, In Clic man's Knrilcn Bran Kar raoro than herlia 01 flowers, Kind thouehlB, contentment, peace- ol Anil Joy for weary hourfl. Poor Man's (jardcn. Kroni the cflrca of business and Lhe Dorvoua Rlraln of Die office, tho Laclt- garden.oflers a rcllof which is not sufficiently enjoyed. Open air 01- crclBB IE essential to good hcoltli, To what bellcr end could tills effort be devoted than the cultivation o[ the backyard garden. It requires but a email area of land to supply a ladle with green veget- ables. These may. he ha-l crisp and Ircsh, and, on this account, much moro of such, food will he used, co Ilia great advantage of health. The product of the homi gardet relieves to that extent uuon the general supply. "Sclf-rreser vallon la the' flrot law of nature." Do not abuse that law by expecting plh era (o provide your food ivhen you are capable and have the facilities (or Browing at least part ot your needs. We, however, wish to do our in beautifing the City of Lethbridge and perpetuating the memory of our Boys at the front, and have arranged for half of our Staff to join the Citizens at the Lake and Park in the morning and the remainder in the afternoon. In this way; will maintain our Store's Public Ser- vice and at the same time do our as patriotic citizens. HELP US BY SHOPPING EARLY IH70 -llltIT Gllaws, April sneclal com- mittee of the coTiimona which la-con- aldcring the railway act has adopted a claUiEu'jiuUIng members of the rail- way commlEBlon on (lie same footing aa Jutlgea of tlio courts. ThVclause provides that In future commission- era ivlll riot subject (o dlsmlEaal by ihc Eovcrnmeut. They wlH IJB appointed, tor lite and can be ed oiily by Impeachment ol Mary Packard, Macleod nila Au- To facilitate hauling an automobile (Id, Dorothy Conk- hrllh a broken to a repair sbop lln. MflrgaroL Fanny. Keol, j there has been Email .truck Flora and Carrying a wheel lhat :b'e bulled Ruth Schllcfer. J In'pla'ce tcmnorarlly. 1 FRIDAY, ARBOR DAY an opportune day to SPECIALS IN FOOTVVEARi FRIDAY' Ladies' High Lace Shoes .Top Choc. Kiel Vaiiipj GhaniiKignc'Top. Pat. Fawn Top. Battleship Grey KLrt and Patent Leather Dull Top; v AU Black Kidj Button ami LiiCc Style Kcgnlar ijiS.OO to IS9.00 for Men's Barry -i .f..'.. H' Men's Nettlcton's, per pair SHERLOCK BLOCK secure a free FREE at the -Bay' Store A FINE TREE GIVEN AWAY WITH A J1.00 PURCHASE OR OVER.' A LIMIT OF FIVE TREES TO ONE CUSTOMER. JHE SOIL: IS1 IN-THE FINEST CONDITION FOR THEE YOUR f CITY; Friday: and Sat Grocery Specials Phone 313 EXTRA SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY MORNING Royal Household. Flour. 100 only. .ICC 24 Ib, tacks. Extra special 1.0 J ENGLISH Tins for Quick Selling at Special Prices.' Ib. Regular 26c and 30: for .........20c y, Ib. Rerjular 60c for..........I-..'.. 40c 1-16 Ib. Regular 10c for............... 05c Cooking Onions. 3 ibs. Hudson's Tea 1 ftfli' 3 Ibs. for ......L l.UU Christie's Reception Wafers. Per lin 40c PUT DOWN YOUR EGGS NOW FOR WINTER USE. They arc 'half the "price they will' bs In a rn on Ins, Water Glass, 1 Ib. lins, each ZOc Water Glass, 2 Ib. tins, each 35c. Good assortment of package Biscuits: 3om Mor, Salted or Plain Royal Arrowroot, Ginger Snaps, Vanilla Graham Wafers. Fancy Sodas, plain and salted. jn Per tin 4UC North Wesl Family Sodas package -rr. -i Graham and Oatmeal Wafers 2 Ib. tin '9C- utf C IU!