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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBIUDf;!-. DAfLY IfKUALO Med^llicIra's, Cheiirdmy-, � Effects, Faecy Irst^ri las are ,y to the Fore "Cciiuly'' silk VlnlBli Fubrlcii coino In spir slmdoM of h'hltf.', l)Iack, pearl, gunnicUil^ Ifrey, nmlxi!; s\sy., JSKlglau blue, hollo, rcaeUa and NJla. ^8 IijkjUch :v(l. sli.v. iiiiiK siikI ki'i'V- HC. I'er yard........................................ I DC "Voili' Ciianninj;." A bfiinUfiil clTi'i'i in pluiiis, I'loral iind fancy Hlrlpr;; anil in a liirgc r.uigc ol i-oliws. r^f I'cr Vaid ........................................ yOC Pongee Cotton SuKingH. iiidn's wide, in white, lilaclt, liidio. reseda, pale and delf lilue, i-ohc pink and sanil. Cf|_ Specially indeed ill. yard ......................... DwC "Tangiii" cloth. Another Pongi'O (,'olton wlili inoiiolone tit^i ytripe. In pinic. callot blue and darlf old rose. I'll) inllle.^' Avide, at. yard ........................ l/OC "V'imego" i.s a wliltc nieicerl-,:ed Oiitnieal (Jlotli with monotone and candy stripes and has a most luiiiiuo (JC effect. Per yard................................. "Poplin Superb." Made of Egyptian cotton, highly Dinrcerized. Colnr.s iiyr pink, collol lilue and QF*^ reseda. Priced a', ,................................"DC t A ranee of elglil t'olors in a sitetial Cotton Voile Cloth, made from, best Egyptian cotton. AO inches wide. AC^ This Is special vahio at, yard................... 4DC A beuutltul self Monotone Stripe in shailes of pink, eallot blue and white and SG inches wide. QC/� Comes at ............^..:....................... DDC These are only a few of the many dainty offerings displayed in our Wash Goods Section 1= i A point of paramount interest and one which we wish specially to emphasize is that the majority of these Wash Goods are- Fast Colors That fact, in conjunc-ti6n with their exclusive-ness constitutes a strong appeal. Tlio vKobekahs will ntoct f'bnight lit. 7.30 tit; the Hod Cross rooms tor sew:; ins- ". . � -  ".���� * Wasley ^Ladles' Aid will hold their regular monthly ineeling tomorrow 'at 3 p.m'. in the ladies' parlor. The'inehiber.s ,6f'the Next of'I?!h" � Associntlon are asked to mt^Bt at llic Hed 'ili^ii}Kj.�9r/ api, pond id lis at tho, Medlcljif, Hit'l g^ndv-ul hdsijltttl.   - - "-r'   �.' Mr,^p. J. ^hepliord'ni^a llttlodaUkli.i| tor njitrjory, hiiyo returnod home after .tlpjiidlug a,,.tow days In Oalgavy, when) -Air,' Shepherd .litis been attending tho. bonsjilol.' 'I'lioy wore tho guuRls" of .Mrs, J. A. Palmer, ISlbow rnrlc.-,'" ' , . � ThqiiQugivgoinant Is niiiiQuncod of Miss ''Alintt;''Smyths, graduate nnrae of ihO' Royal Victoria � hospital at JJelfatit, and 'of. UUblln, n'eland, and Mr. rvToVmau M. Qarbutt of Niinidu, i Alberta.' The marriage will take .place ,parly this month. Miss amytho ,1a well, luiowu In Vancouver, having been jv' piombov of tho (Uiil't ot, tho jjlonorul UoapHol, and ul lied' Deer; *-'Alhorlii| whors sho was In charge ;or (ho optiratlng room of tho hoHiillal for floifie yepi'H. Mr, O'arbut* Is tarui-.Ing hv, un.^dx^nJslvo xvtijf Ju SouUicriu AJboi'tii;'=-V{inl;v}JVorr Sun, J^.'H.iTltbn ha's beoajin Kdmontou. : :TJifl.Willai'd W.tC. T. U. will meet IwltUMrn. . The Sir- Alex!\nder t^all Chapter 1. 0. D. K. aoknowlodge.wlth thanks tho followli\g of HoldlorB comforts tor Doc. and .Ian., lOlSrSdckB'Cpal'rti): 0, Mrs. Miindy, Cdutts;'- S.v-Mrii. McNabb of Klpp; 9, Miss DhigwaU;. �, Mrs. May-until;. 3,- Mltsi) Olay'seri; 2, Miss Mc-,Kelvlo; 8, Mrs," Gldyaer. for G. F. Club; 2, Mrs. Hardle;'. 3, Miss Tliley; 4, Mrs. Kettnl;';-'2, Mr*:, Simpson,-, 1, Miss FIsbor; l,'MlB8 Filmor; G, Mrs. Morriss; 2,'Ml88 MoKiiy; Miss O'Hagon; 3, Mrs, VVilBon; 6, Mrs. Scott Sr.;v,24,� Mjnj;.,'C.aij|[^j;on';>, Mrs. 'Menzie; a,'. Mrs.'  iouea';V 2, ^ Mrs. Reeve of New Dayton; 1, Mrs.'H. P Johnson; -i,' Mrs. Coipman; 2, Mrs. Edmunds; 1, Miss Ivacoy; 1, Uian Dorothy Hlchesii I,' MWaijiHelen'May  'liard; 1,> Mr�. Rylandau ifc Mrs'.- H,i> *l�it6iv,':^;3;''tMr�i.. *'Wli&rB4 2,*"-Mi's. .SU>arni'\telit ft^arBfe^'^^ftor^;;;!?) mrk. Horn; i"tf-Mrs. HSlbertdn; M Mrs .Mvt)'. NafBmllb;'.S. s; T;lcCroiidy;. I; ' Miss Mackeri3ie;r4, Mrs; rfara^B, Ilardlo-vlUq; 12, Mrs. W^bb;!i3^"\'rrs Camp-boll; 5, Mrsi LlUeyt.l,' MrS(>\V;o8tcott; 1. Miss. MdUd Huadu; ,i'2,''"Mrs.' Bar-rowmaii; '.}, Mrs'i ft.vQiiUlJftijU; 6, Mrs. Dovliio; 2, �Mr^., ,Anders'pii;i 2,-' Mrs. Mahoney; 3,' Mta. H' Twlov; 3, Mrs, D, .T. Mackay; fl, MIbb 'l^Uuoy; 1, Mrs. Boyd; 3, Mrs, llay; 4, rip nime. , SchoolB-^lfiQ,:*PlGel\y'dod;' 187, Central; .318, WostUttfnijtdr; 83, Galbralth; ,13, HlBU>Sohoo�, ;Totai; � �24' pairs. Altoratlohp, 'Mvm', Hgndatbon..-. 'SookH for V/(38traiu8ter sohool froni Sept. 1917,,' to > CUriWtnWft 1917: - Mlsa..natqmi(n'a' room lootfa with 159 prs s\nco.Sept. 3017;Hllda Morris I', Bella Smciysa l,\L.U�.lo Ward 2, Nora MOckford 8, Jot(nlQ Ohqlmers I, May AninetU t8,'Dorothy Doe 4, Hlslo Smoed I. liwiielV Ha(d % Nellie Kun^ noil 1, JortjjiUo }:^o\\.yi,\pnfty McNulty 3, Pearl Taylor 5, Daisy Tlolrnes'i 4. Clara Ileaton ^, Liazio Sumhet*,' 3, Phyllis Whitlon 3, bizzie Wishart 1, Myrtle Wardman 3, Marjorie Smith'lO, Thomas Allan 2, .A.llan Watson 1, Gordon Jones 1, Kalhle Baird 2, Phyllis Payne'l, Isabelle Rae 1, May Vines 2, Isabelle Dodd 1, Margaret MattUewa 1, Nellie Mercpr 1, Annie CarlerJS; J. -Hayward 4, Minnie Kirk 2, Mar^srol Roberts 2, Madge Anuets I, Vr�ne Simpson 17, Ethel Allen 45, B||i3ie Baird �, Agues Jarvis 7, Alberta l\pse 2, Margaret Chaplow, 7, Baisy WHsoii 1, Ethel Larson 3. Bessid Wllsdn 2, Harriot Carter 8, Willie McNab a.jHar-rlet ateakly 4, Iris GlanvUlo l.Bfhel Dodd 1, Albert Giles 1. Ella Water-hou8e2, Bessie Laing 2, Mary McC^fow-an 5, Daisy Russel 2, John RieU^B 1; Dora Noel 2, Dora Mellor 2, Ina J(lneB 3, John McNab 1, Jesse Watson l.^Ed-ith Impett 1, Laura Grisdale 0, SfccHa McCalUim 2, Jack McCalluni 1, OW'ls-sle Horn 2, Ijilllan Larson 1, Wliinlo Giirr 1. Phyllis Turner 3, Kilty KhpHl-den 2, Marjory Anderson 1, iti^zel Jones 2, Bertha Ford 2, Laurie D^vis 2, Besslo WaterhoHso 4, Stanley.-^Tuv-lier 2, Wanda Scbambuck 1, Oracle ^^rv 4, Hewitt Hodglns 1, Violet Lo\vi6 G, Edith BarUley 2, Avvld Larson 3,- yiol-et FiclUeu 1. Archie Jones 1, Dfdrla Roberts 12, Elsie Clayton 2, Dor;�ithy Riches 4, Thelraa-, , ---�--t SAVE .WHEAT AND MEATT Washington, Fob. 5.-Operatov^*' dt more than GOO American Htoan>Blilpit. liavo ugroed to adopt the whaaj)' laud moat Raving menus proposed by tthb food administration' (or stviDB plytiig in the AllauUo i^nd Gull mKtSutiPff: .. I .^�'�.'Ivil.V'  � ' it ^: DEATH WIANYBERRIES RESIDENT J. C. Miller PiLsses-Veteran of Civil War-bonsolidated ' . School Question ^ . Manyberrie.s. Alta., Jan. 2S.-Last lilght.^ witnessed the'close of a lonK aiid spirited journey across this sphere. Mr. ,1. (.'. Miller was seventv-eight years old. lie cn%e to Canada from .Oklahoma and was li veteran of the American civil woi> In fact, whlle'ln active service there he wiia bUoI through the shoulder; paralysis of.tb^ arm developed and for some ybara It has been gtowlng worse. If we inai' u.^e,idits and last year as ajsritorion, we foretell for this teiv rltory a very brilliant future as a wheat field, Iti suitable envlronmoiu Ul Sxmthern  .\Uiertd. winter wheat yields on an average parhaps thirty per cent, bettor Diaji .can sobn find u houBO so that the;f�nJiiy. can come jiown,.,........�.'.v^,',.: ..... , Th^,town keeps growing!*; Although: wo n^a tub youngo8t;oii th^ Ijpo yot, n tUe rtceut election, we''polled the largi eat vote. ForomoBl ran uh a'goud aoc>: ond. : � � . � . �. 'll!|',vGe�r�tt H/>b5��'s'/,aw was recent- ly appointed issuer of marriage ii-cenae.s. Mrs. Sbardrnw is visiting her sinter Mrs. Smith, in Lethbrirtge. Suv.eral cars of structural material are sidetracked here. It is suggested that it is tor,the first insttilment :;f the round house. -Mo'ssr.s. Stegfetrnw and .Nelson have rented the Duncan coul mine south of here and are making extensive iin-provembnlS'with a view to giving the public steady service. / GEO. WEEKS IS EVE OEItOWERY PLAINS R. J. Couper is Deputy Reeve- R. ,1. Gardiner is Secrelary-Ti-easurer :i*i:i}'J'?, 1 , 4M...fH'iiti,s'i,':flS.^ J, ' Ktillkom, Feb. 2.-At the first nieei-liig in the new. year .of the council of the Flowery Plains rural municipality, Geo. S. Weeks, was elected reave by accliimulion. It. J. Cooper was ap-, pointed deputy reeve by. acclamation for six months, i i ^ . II was decided to pay tlie secretary treasurer $]'20u a year,, office, coal light, etc., to l|e fdriiishedby the council, duties to Include office assotisment. R. ,1. Gardiner, was appoUued td tho position. , The cnnncU decliled to rent Mr Collier's building for a municipal office, at a yeaiHy t'entul of $240. � It' \va�''de(;lOotf to bonw. 1,^,000 (o moot o.\i)e- to the Mi)(lkl�VHat Red'Crpsaaund. COMPENSATION TO"- TiiqpORMfeN OPPOSED Victoi'lo, .'^.'fi/^ili,' Feb',: rj,'-THei�i'osontn-ilvn* .of the ipr^ljlDltldn.Tjfi^ty.- yesterday i^trougly ;\irgod the i fi'ovi^mjnent, u^ainlit>)gj;unUng' compensation* to-tho liquor,TlfiteVastB atfcQted b^.- the coming Into.'.^orcQ" of tlio dry Jftw."' Among the aif^wiigfltB pre?on,tea waii',oi)B stating tthatSnQipther provintifeilii.tJaBada |^�gr�UtedvPomt)ensatiu|i, .Tl^e. claim of the lUmor was answered "mlu-^,^9ly.^ a .;4Qngtliy document �whloU WHB preaeutedtto the executive and to wUloK. Premier Vrpwater promised tin early answer rofjardlni^ tho (jovern-inenty.decUtoi^ - / SUPREME COURT CANADA DELAYED Ottawa, Feb. 5.-Judgments Iaj appeals' heard at previous sittings were not given out by tho supreme court at the commencement of the midwinter sittings, today owing to the'lack of a quorum. The lack of a quorum is due ^to the Illness of Sir Louis Davies' and the absence of lion. Justice Duff, whose time is fully occupied with his duties as central appeal judge.nnder the Military Service Act. � ,'. The list of appeals set down for hearing this term l.s: made uP: of IH from tho western provinces, fourteen from Quebec, seven from Ontaido antl two from the maritiine piv(>Vinces. There are no ajijieals ,p� oitl^tjiiidlng public interest. U.J." PLACE E blame; St.;Paul. Minn.. Feb. ,5.j-Failure ot drivers to flag.'theic-bussaaiacross the railroads, as required IJ]^. their-contracts with the.Bchdol authorities, was blamed for thekiUing of-nlneand injuring of ^twenty 'mprjis children last week near Barniira', arid near Nelson, in a repOTt--filed .yJBSterduy byC. C. Swain, .sfiit'e rural iicliopl inspector, who investigated hotli accident*, � chas. MAGEE dead !>' Ottawa, Feb:',-i. - Charles Mfijoe. bankei'-wnd'iiijuitallse, was found dead, in his otfice'last evening: Death was dita to natural-causes. He was a fo/-mer pres,ident ot the Bank of Ottawa and was in bis 77th year. ' * Do It Now! Have Your Teeth Attended To. JUST think what a difference 'Will be worked in your appearance, to say nothing of your health. It you will place yourself in our hands and allow us to rdconstruct your teeth which the ravages of decay hiVve undermined to a point where they : have become uaelri(lge " ' LETrtBRlbGE^ALBERTA ' j CALGARY OFF�CE~115A EIGHTH AVENUE: E, / , . ..epMpf^tc^N QFFJC^-3 CR'l8JAWL,BLdc^^^.)- r'j'-.r^ i'.ai'hlm'i'inlii ;