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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TrrcSHAY, FEHKCAHY 5, 1918 Till-; LKTllBmiH.i: DAILY IlKUALD page nine led a 11 ions, Chevrons, Tapestry EffecH Stripes airad Pl� "Heattly" Silk Finish Fabrics come in .sell' shades of whit'-, liUii'li, pearl, Kiiiinii'Kil, grey, maize, sky, Belgian blue, Jii.Oio, reseda and Nile. ;:ti Indies Wale. J "Ylero" Novelty Sill; Kinisli, -Grenadine .-iTfe.-! satin stripe Voile .in black, iilum and Belgian blue. :IH * r*A inch, -iit, yaril .........-----......... � * "t'tdeUa." A .Monotone -.Striped Silk VoilU inches wide at, * r"A Van! .......................................... I.'3'J "Viilmiri" silk finish Shantung. Specially adaptable for buUs or separate skirls in amethyst. Belgian blue i �/\ and old rose. ; 1 fj indies wide, yard .......... liJU1 . Aiuierson's Sc.olcb Zephyr, 27 inches wide in plaids, stripes and self colors. OA Yard............................................. ZUC Anderson's Best Scotch Zephyr. I;0 incites wide in self eolois and small checks on 1 v. nf Yard........................................... ZDC Anderson's Kindergarten Cloth. Fast colors. The. very hi-j.t medium weight Hnlh obtainable for children's use. W'e have only :;(> l)ie.ces of these goods and cannot, wiy ^ repeat at any price, l'er yard ...............i\ . J I 2 C WW Numerous o{ these lines are of American manufacture in short lengths only which cannot be repeated-hence the necessity of early attention to them on your , part. And remember, all these goods are absolutely exclusive and confined to us. m 1 s ui Anderson's Scotch Zephyrs and Kindergarten Cloth. ?J These goods cannot he repeated at any price. iteming Emphasizing P II P " rtest in Tisfe 191 TjN OPENING DISPLAY which again verifies the Jm Style Supremacy of this Store, and an event, which will be eagerly attended by the fashion loving women of this City. This exhibit is worthy of more than an ordinary mention by reason of the fact that never before have we been able to bring together such a charming array of Wash Fabrics. The range of colors is huge-from the most delicate shade to the deepest hues of purple and bronze, whilst the designs are too numerous and bewildering to detail. Only a'personal examination can do inem justice and we extend to you-- A CORDIAL INVITATION to view them at your leisure. 1' _^_%___ m 000 mij Jiwveiioes ra Voiles, Crepes, Marquisette, Piquettess, Poplins, Chmmlbirays, etc "i;.dd. a :-''.ir" (' 1 -..t�:-i� n: i i:: v v :. di i} ,r . I n 11' -i 1;. !:,''!u ; . , He.ieh priiii'il e'.-ii-n.- jn ivr vurii .............. > ii !� In;, t i:i I lor ' ,4Sc 75c "Vnil" Ch.-i''r..i]i:: " A 1 ��.,', i i Mi I ,�!'!., i in ni.'lii f!� ,|-s � im,! f.nii y -ln|� ; and in ,, Isii-r,. hi .�.: 1 ii.� - r yarn Pon'-'."e Cum (� Sn i i inr. :',j ir,i li.-. wide, in win r. Idaik, helid. i.m-i;ill> ill'ieed ;;|. y.ml ......................... �>UC "T;iit�i�" ej.iih. Aniiiiier I'ij11c."" Col ion � il Ii uinnolone ...^r -li-iin'. In pmk. .alldl idui and dark eld ro*'-. ftf iiu ii".-; widi'. at. yard ........................ */t/C " \k 'in' -xii" i- a '� iiite nni' i ''.I ila'nieal ('litli ".itli mini, i,mil" anil rand' -tripea and Inc. a mo:-; nni>|in> Qf "if.,!. I'i'r yard ................................. J3� � Poplin Supcrh " .Made of i.di"-i Kjcyptirin '-onon. hifilily ;.'i"l'ceri-..'."d. Color  .!> r..... I'tnl- "nihil iditi' and fHi'da. Priced a'.................................. �JDC A ralifi'r- of i-IkIii i-oloi's in a Hpefiii! Potion \'oilo Cloth, made from-best Kgvptian enituii. In inches wide, if 'J'lli.s in .special vallio at, yard ................... 4i jie.jidicitis at the .Medicine Mat geuer-1 ul hospilal. � - 1    i\lr.'R. J. Shepherd 'and little dangh-tor Alarjory, luivo rottirncrl home al'-1or sfiending u few days in Calgary, whon; i\Ir. Shepherd .has been attend iiu; tlio boimpiel. They were the quests of Mrs. ,1. A. Palmer, Hlbow J'arlc. * The ongagomntit is announced of Miss Anna Sniylhe, graduate nurse of i ho lt(0'i;| Vicloria hospilal at Jlelfasl, ami of Dublin, Ireland, and llr. Nunntiii IC. (Jarhutt of Nanton., 'Alberta. The marrii'He will lake placo .early lliis- inonth. Jli.su Hmyllir' is well known in Vancouver, having I been Ji memlier of tlie ntal'1' of, the I General hospital, and al Roil Doer, Albcrla, where she was in chari'.e of the operating room of the hospilal lor some: years. Mr. (larhult> is farm-in'.', in an extensive way in Soul hern Alberta.--- Vancouverr Sun. D. II.� fclton has been'in Kdmontou. * �. % The Willard \V. P. T. V. will meet with .Mrs. t,'. Ooltiio. fi:i.S 12th St. C N., on Sal unlay afternoon at I) p.m. i *f * The Rod Rose Degree of the Sons of I'-ngland will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at S o'clock).' prompt. A full attendance is reii\iiretl.   : Al ' a nreetiiiK of the Nursing Mission hoard yesterday it was decided to send a delegate, to (he Social Service convention to be held in Calgary this month.. * * * The Sir Alexander tlalt Chapter 1. O. I). I'l. acknowledge with thanks the following of soldiers comforts for Dec, and .Jan., 1!M8: Socks (pairs): !). Mrs. Mainly. Conns: Ii,- .Mrs. McNabb of Isipp; D, Miss Dingwall; , Nellie l-'im-noll 1, Jeannie Dow 3, Jenny McN'ulty o. Pearl Taylor i Clara lleaton 3, Phyllis Whilion Myrtle Wnrdman i, Daisy Holmes' 4. Lizzie Sumner 1, 3, Lizzie Wishnrt 1, '!, Marjorie. Smith 1.0. Thomas Allan 2. Allan Watson 1, Gordon Jones 1, Katln'e Baird 2. Phyllis i'ayne'l. Isabelle Rae 1, May Vines 2. Isahelle Dodd 1. Margaret Matthews 1. Nellie Mercer 1, Annie CurlerB. ,1. -Ha.uvanl 4, Minnie Kirk 2. Margaret Roberts 2, Madge Annets I, Irene Simpson 17, Ktliol Allen 45. Bessie Baird tl. Agnes Jnrvis 7, Alberta Rose �2, Margaret Chaplow 7, Daisy Wilson 1, Ethel Larson 3. Bessie Wilson 2, Harriet Carter S, Willie McNab 3, Harriet. Steakly 4, Iris Glanviile. 1, Ethel Ilodd 1, Albeit Giles 1. Klla Water-house", Bessie Laing 2, Mary McGow-an a, Daisy Russel 2, John Riches 1, Dora Noel 2. Dora. Mellor 2, lna Jones 3, John McNab 1, Jesse Watson I, Edith Impett 1, Laura Grisdale !), Sheila McPallum 2, Jack McCallum 1, Chris-sie Horn 2, Lillian Larson 1, Wifinle Gurr 1, Phyllis Turner 1, Kitty Knoul-den 2, Marjory Anderson 1, Hazel Jones 2, Bertha Ford 2, Laurie Davis 2, Bessie Waterhouse 4. Stanley Turner 2, Wanda Schanihack l, Oracle Kerr 1. Hewitt Hodgins 1, Violet Lcnve fi, Kdilli Hartley 2. Arvid Larson 8, Violet Kichten 1. Archie Jones 1, Doris .Roberts 12. Elsie Clayton 2, Dorothy Hiclies 4. Thelnia Dodd 3. Irene Win-nieotl 2, John Watson 1, Myrtle Stevenson 1, Molly Walton 5, Ruby Ingram 1. Alec Wilson 1, Margaret Reid 2, Abide Fisher fl, Jessie. Martin 2, Annie Kerr 1. Nora Leavitt 2, Myrtle l^vs-sop I, Janet Scott I, Elinor Wilson 1, Lizzie Rae 1. Evelyn Ford 1. Miss Bafeman 4, Mrs. Dolamaylor 3,, Miss Jackson 2, Miss Munlock 3. ii WATERWAYS COMMISSION TO SUBMIT REPORT New York, Feb. -I.-The international joint comnyssion created by Canada and tlie United States In 191.1 4o consider means of developing water power and .securing adeuuate sanitation in rivers and streams jointly controlled by the two governments tnet here today to prepare its final report wliicU will he submitted to the Dom.in-ion parliament and to congress. The text of the report, it was announced, will not be made public until it has been approved by both governments. LOAN TO BELGIUM Washington, Dec. 4.-Belgium wa.i granted another credit of $3,500,000 by the treasury today, making her total loans from the United States $89,-1)1)0,000. SAVE WHEAT AND MEAT I -- | Washington, Feb. 5.-Operators1 of i more than fitKI American steamships have agreed to adopt the wheat ' and | meat saving menus proposed by the ', food administration for s.iips plyiqg 'in the Atlantic and Gulf �{ i^fl,v�;c. J. C. Miller Passes-Veteran of Civil War-Consolidated School Question ly appointed issuer of marring censes. Mrs. Sliardrow is visiting In-i tcr Mrs. Smith, in Lethhridgc. Sev.eral cars of structural material are sidetracked here. It is suggested that it is fur, the first instalment ..f the round house. Messrs. Stegklraw and Nelson liav" reined the Duncan coal mine somh of here and are making extensive improvements with a view ro giving the public steady service. / Many-berries. Aha., Jan. 2,v~-Last night witnessed ilie.' close of a long and spirited journey across this sphere. Mr. .1. P. Miller was seventv-eiglit years old. lie c.'Aie to Panada from .Oklahoma ami was ^ veteran 'if the American civil war� In fan, while in active service there he was shot, through the shoulder; paralysis of the arm developed and for some years it lias been growing worse. If we niaj- use this and lasl year as a ..criterion, we foretell for this teiv ritory a very brilliant future as a wheat field. In suitable environment in Southern  Alberta, winter iviiea.' yields on an average parhaps thirty per cent, better ihaii spring wheats. Ami sure we have the ideal conditions here; rolling land, and plenty of snow that does not fade away with every chinook. ['laces near here have 18 inches of snow on the level. Mr. .). M. Pmirluey went east last week to assist Ills father In closing out. his business, lie. expects to return ne.xl week. / May Still Join Up It was somewhat of a misfortune, that the Oakhursi school district had no proper opportunity to study consolidated schools before taking th" plebiscite recently They really voted blind. Otherwise one of the most successfully managed districts in the entire country could .hardly have refused to advance. However, several prominent men arc. lookiug into the question with n view to joining with us if such action sat-ms best, it is to be hoped that they, will see it in a favorable light as il will round out our district so well and will add so much force to our school board. And may success crown your efforts, friends. Mr. Lee Miller's oldest lad is the last to take diphtheria. However he responded very promptly to treatment: and Toad hopes to be* nut of prison soon. This should. be. stamped out cr it is likely to soon assume, epidemic proportiens. Mr. Williams, of Pakowki, is the newest resident. He has assumed charge of the citizens Lumber Yard. It is to be hoped that lie-can soon find a house so that the family can come down. The town keeps growing: Although wo are the youngest on the line yet. at the recent election, we pollerl the largest vole. Foremost ran us a good second. Ml*. Gee."#y H">K*rsJ'.aw was recent- GEO. WEEKS IS EVE OF FLOWERY PLAINS R. ,1. Couper is Deputy Reeve-li. .1. (laidiner is Sectelary-Treasurer Etziluim. Feb. 2.- -At tile first meeting m the new year of the council of the Flowery Plains rural municipality, jCeo. S. Weeks was elected reeve by acclamation. I!. .!. Cooper was appointed depuly reeve by acclamation ! for six months. 1 II was decided to pay the secretary j treasurer $12(10 a year, office, coal i light, etc., to he furnished by the couu-| ill. duties to include oiflce assessment. 1 R. J. Gardiner was appointed lo ih:>. i position. The council decide.) to rent Mr. Collier's building for a municipal office at a yearly rental of $2 In. Il was decided to borrow p.ooo lo i meet expenditure, till the tax levy. ! It. was dochlerl to petit inn' the niin-j ister of municipalities to appoint a I hospital board in conjunction with the municipality of Burlngton. for the es-i t.ahlishmoiit. of a hospital, j It was decided io arrange' to' pay ! to Consolidated school district No. :::; I :�11 arrears of taxes of Long View and i Flowery Plains school districts. The $250 ordered to hp paid, to the patriotic fund will be. turned over io the Medicine Hat Red Cross.fund. UPREME COURT Ottawa, Feb. 5.-Judgments ill appeals heard at previous sittings were not given out by the, supreme court al the commencement of the niidwin'er sittings, today owing to the lack of a quorum. The lack of a quorum is due to the illness of Sir Louis Uavies and the absence of lion. Justice Duf;', whose time, is fully occupied with his duties as centra! appeal judge under the Military Service Act. The lisl of appeals set down for hearing this term is made up of III from the western provinces, fourteen from Quebec, seven from Ontario and two from the maritime provinces. There are no appeals of outstanding public interest. PLACE THE BLAME St. Paul. Minn.. Feb, "i.-Failure oC drivers lo flag their busses across the railroads, as required by, their contracts with the school authorities, was blamed for the killing of nine and injuring of twenty mo.r,e children last week near Baniuiri. and near Nelson, in a report:- filed yesterday by C. C. Swain, sfa'.te rural school inspector, who investigated both accidents. ---j ^ CXAS. MAGEE DEAD Ottawa. Feb. ii. - Charles Mf�jee, hanker and capitalist, was found dead in his oftice. last evening. Death was due to natural causes, lie was a former president of the Bank of Ottawa and was in his 77th year. * COMPENSATION TO j LIQUOR MEN OPPOSED j Victoria. 8. ('.. Feb. .V-Representatives of tlio prohibition party yesterday .strongly urged Hie government against granting compensation, to the liquor interests affected'by the coming into force of tlie dry law. Among the arguments presented was one stating til at no other province-in Canada had granted compensation. The claim of the liquor men was answered minutely in a lengthy document which was presented to the executive and to which Premier Brewster promised an early answer regarding Die government's (leclsiufc) ' Do It Now! Have Your Teeth Attended To. JPST think what a difference will be worked in your appearance, to say nothing of your health, if you will place yourself in our hands and allow us to reconstruct, your teeih uliicli the ravages of decay have undermined to a point, where they have become useless and offensive to you and those with whom yon associate. Bad breath is tlie invariable' accompaniment of bad teeth. You may not know il. 'but. those with, whom you come in contact do. And for this reason yon are avoided. Don't put off your visit another day. Put all your fears aside. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. la Drs. Brimer, Richards and Nelson Ott BJk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRIS.TALL BLOCK t ;