Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUABY 9, 1917 the lethbkidge niir.ALD page eleven Mr. N, O. Johnson of Lethbrl&ge Is staying at the Hotel Vancouver, Vancouver;; , *y .* �. Mr. and Mrs. A. b. Chridlelgh of Poremost, Alta.i are visiting the coast �i - and are staying at the ^trathcona � Hotel.-Victoria Times. . There Will be a collection of waste paper next Tuesday afternoon, the l3th, weather permitting. All who have paper kindly phone Mrs. May-nard or; Mrs, Sherlock not later than Monday night.  *  The card party and social held by, the ydnng ladies of St. Patrick's church in St. Basil's school last night iras a great success, over 125 people Mrs. b. J. Cooper of Coutts, who has been spending a] few days with Mrs. D. A. Simpson, returned to her home yesterday. � * � Mrs. J. N. Kennedy entertained at three tables of bridge last night for Mrs. J, W. McNlcol's guest, Mrs. Vroo-man of Calgary. The prizes were won by the guest of honor and Mlse Agnew. �,   The Canadian Order of Foresters are planning to give their annual dance the early part of March In the K. P. hall. * * � Yesterday afternoon Mrs. J. A. Jackson was a hostess at thq tea hour compHmentpry to Mrs. Vrooman of Calgary and Mrs. Tanner of Moose Ming present. Whist was played at i Jaw, who Is visiting her /auehter, twenty tables. Mrs. P. Ashcrott and Mrs. F. L. Walters Mrs. J. N Ken-Mr. Newlnger winning the prizes, nedy poured.tea and Mrs. C. E. Morris Atter refreshm^rits had been served, cut the ices. Mrs. Tatum and Miss dancing was hour. The W. M.. ir^ed until an early f '�'Wesley church are Dawson assisted, V -  � ,�  , The Sorosis Society gave a linen shower on Wednesday . afternoon at holding a tea at the parsonage, 320 the home of Mrs.,,,Wilbur, McKenzie, lith ..Street South, tomoi'ri^w'/ap^rr for Miss Lilly Mitchell, who is to be iioon. A good musical program has married shortly. ' About eighteen la been larrcihged. ^Ml88ea Isabel'..and Louise Smith. Ttrere the hptltesses/of a jolly Ave hundred party last night. Five tables v^ere In playarid j.t the conclusion of several game's the" prize were awarded to Terenct) Home. After a delicious suppei*' had' been served several ianofts w^revSOT The guests i(|icludbd pisses '^^rguerlte Gordon, Jessie Robliioti, Katliloen Tprrill, Eva ljuttdn, BiSssle Little, Nan Denoon, porotliy Stafford, Dorothy Church, Ada Murray, Alice Fairlleld, Hamilton firodle, Lowell Cobbledick, Ralph Saddlngton; George Kemm, George cKillop, Terence Horne, Norman Higiitbotham, Flulay Ross, Howard l^elson and Lfewis Cascadden. 5 The Alexander Gait- Chapter, I. O. p. b; ackiloWlfeages with thank^ the ttllowirife knitting' of soldiers' comforts for .Taiiuary: Socks (pairs) - Miss Jackson- 19, High School; 9, Mrs. McCready; -3, Mrs. Lowe; 3, iS^rsi DMiier,' 6,'air(f. Cunnlrignani-;' B; Mrs. -Maynard and Mrs. and Miss Glayser; 2, Mrs. Naysinlth; 1, Mrs. J. D. Hlglnbotham; 1, Mrs. Ryiarida; 4, Mrs. Scott, sr.; 3, Mrs. Laverack; 3, Mrtitelgh'; 2/Mrs. Whlddlnigtori; 1, Mrt. Preeraan; 3, Mrs; Main; 3, Misd Cochrdnte; 1, Miss McKelvle; 1, Mrs. Mount; 2, Mrs. Queen; 3, Mrs. Clarkb; 3,, Mrs. Campbell; 5, Mrs. Horn'; .6/ Misses Cameron; 2T, Busy Bee Club; 5. Mrs. Hugh Taylor; 1, Mrs. Plsk; 2, Mrs. Sloan,...J.I.'mIbs Mc|{fl|y.;, J wash cloth,. Myrtle .jProc-toi-:;', ailterattops, Mrs! Henderson and ifrs. .-Tripp. � ' ;, ... iSdcka are still being sent-jn with out -name of maker attached. If al'. dies were present. A cablegram from Manila announcing the illness of Mr. W. A. , Hlglnbotham with pneumonia, was received here by his brother, Mr. Arthur Hlglnbotham, this I morning. Mr. Harry Higinbotbam has ' left Japan for Ma- j nlla to be of whatever assistance pos-' Bible. Mr. W. A. Hlglnbotham spent | a few days In Lethbrldge last October' en route to the Orient for his annual inspection of foreign agencies for the Sun Life Assurance Co.  ' � .  REPORT OF NURSING MISSION FOR MONTH OF JAN. 1917 Number of- New patients................. 30 Old patients.................. 5 . Metro piatients ............... 0 Professional calls (day) ..... 114 Professional calls (night)'____ 15 Friendly and Relief calls ..... 68 Business calls ............... 71 , .Office jcalls V..-----------...^-.,2,09 School calls ____... 63 Total number of calls ........ 540 Hours spent at school .......40^ �Patients paying full fee ...- 6 Patients paying part fee ...... 10 Patients cared for free .... . 14 Groceries have been supplied to 18 families; meat to 15 families; milk to 5. families; new boots to 5 .school children; new underwear to two children; medicine to three patients; water rates paid for seven families; rent for one woman, -a widow; 10 loads of wood were sent out and 18 loads of coal; worn clothing andbopts were given to 21 families. Thirty-seven icalls for women for days' work have been supplied; 14 A CHARMING DRESSING GOWN Made in Satin Lisette, lined throughout, trimmed collar and cuffs, it has great fulness, and can be made in all popular colors. termlned by the structural features of the house ,they are largely unavoidable. The most serious radiation losses are from windows and the saving of heat resulting from the .use of storm windows is largely due to the layer of dead air-one of thc best non-conductors-between the inn^r and storm sashes. Storm windows also prevent uncomfortable drafts. ; The great heat loss from sing'tfe windows Is derhonstrable. A square foot of window surface radiates as much beat as 2^4 square feet of an 8 inch brick wall surface. Storm windows reduce the loss to nearly one half of this amount. In addition, they reduce the loss due to leakage and save from 10 to 15 per cent, of the fuel bill. A great- many houses, offices, etc., are neglecting thisi obvious means; towards economy and thrift. Paying the coal and gas companies to'heat the outer alP II poor business. : knitters would kindly comply with re-1 calls for men, and 7 calls for nurses quest it would be much appreciated by those in charge of the work. for outside cases. . , , , (Sigped): A.M. Tijileyj Supt. LOSSES IN HEATING Value of Storm Windows in the Saving of Fuel V (From Conservation) Owing to the rising price of coal and the need for heating our dwell-iDfs in winter, the cost of fuel is a large item of expense to the householder. Anything that can be doiie to reduce this cost without s,uffer-Ing)^ inconvenleace from, the cold should be ^\VeIcbmed by all. The average householder has but little knowledge of; the principles and application, of heating,- and there are many portions of (panadd, where the saving of fuel by the use of storm windows (commonly.known as double windows) is not fully appreciated. Heat is lost from a building'in two ways, by (1) radiation, i.e., tha.t transferred through walU, windows and other eiposea, surfacM ,by conduction and lost, and .(2) l^akk^ie,: n�^ely the losses through the openings around windows, doors etc, ; , ... By the' opeplng'' ipf ^utside doors much heal isi^lpsti^Thlpfitfe a great extent, cai be^ov6rc0m'e" by the use of storm or outside dooPpked .his .dally gan�p, of gol^to th*, 'sunny"'green* nbf tUtm from Ivash-Ihgton. eason s SilkS $3000 worth New Si will go on Sale on Saturday Morning at tke "Bay" Without doubt a sale of such magnitude will cause somewhat of an unusual sensation, llaroly are the public afforded the opportunity of buying' their silk requirements rig'ht at the .start of the iljcason at this exceptional ])rice. Regular $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 aiuV $2.50 Sat. Only, your choice $1.19 yd Including Chiffons, Brilliant and Pussy Willow Taflfetas, Jap, Mummy, Habutai, Cantons, Poset-tes and Jei'sey Silks. Special for Sweater Coats. Printed and Striped Tub Silks and Habutais, Chiffon Taffeta, Printed Habutai, Striped Habutai, Corded Canton, Paisley Tussah, Pussy Willow taffeta. Taffeta, Brilliant and Plain Colored Shantungs. ' ew Dresses ' Displajdng the most up-to-date features throughout in serges and silks. These new models come in beautiful shades of navy, broAvn, apple green, Copenhagen, sand shades and black. ; -- Prices from - i $12.50 to $30.00 -: C $2.00 repe Kimonas $4.00 A big range In all colors. Prices . to An Apron Every Woman SKould Hdve for the Kitclien Made of rubber and absolutely waterproof. $1.00 Priced, each .;................................ Sat. Spiiecials in Boys' & Men's ear BOYS' TWEED WOOL AND VELVET HATS. Reg. 71-85c to $1.29. Special ... toC BOYS' GLOVES AND MITTS. Regular $1.00.' ilA... Special ..... ....... I IVC MEN'S TWEED AND WOOL CAPS. With Inner bands. Regular $1.50. ' OQ - Special ........ UOC MEN'S GAUNTLET GLOVES. Lined and unlined. Made of horsehide, muleskin and �TlT^ pigsk,ln. Special, pair .. f DC Window Shades A full stock to choose, plain styles from 36 in. to 60 In. wide. Prices are the lowest. Let us quote you shades cut to fit your window tree of charge. O'CEDAR MOPS & OILS Prices of Mojis - 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Prices ojE Oil - 25c, 50c, $1.25 and $2.00. 'Cbngoleum Art Rugs Our new spring stock affords a wide and varied choice in new designs and colorings. Sizes 9jc10 1^ ft. and 9x12 ft. The Pleasing Feature of our Boor&Shoe Dept. are these Extraordinary Saturclay Values Men's Box Kiiy Blucher Boots A semi-dress shoe in a wide fitting style with heavy sole; also useful tor a light work boot. Regular value ?4.50. &>n �q Saturday, pair....................... 9CmOu Children's Vici Kid Button and Blucher Shoes Also patent slippers. These are exceptional Value for Saturday at QQi� pair ......................... VUC Child's Tan Colonial Pumps With bows and buckles. A very neatly styled slipper for dress or street wear. ^| |*q Saturday odly. Pair ..'......... ____ 91*0�f Men's House Slippers In black kid and patent edging': Come in opera' style. Size 6 to 11. Very special value at ^| CA 12.25. Saturday, pair .........�..>... 9i�u�f Rubbers and Overshoes Are most necessary at this season of the year. Our stock of high grade rubbers Is fully complete in alt sizes and ^tyles. Saturday Extra Specials in the Thrifty Buyers can save money by taking adv Phone 313 **Bay" Grocery antage of these prices. SOAP SPECIALS F^els Naptha. 10 bars In 7A Carton. Special .....f vC � Borax Soap.- O C _ 6 for............... CDC Golden West Washing OA. PoWder. Special, pkg. ^UC Fancy Toilet Soap, large OC^ cakes. 3 for ......... uiOC GRANGES 250 dozen Fancy Oranges. � Extra Special 2 dozen for - - 35c B. C. Onions in 100 lb. sacks. Only 10 sacks to go at th|s price. Special, per sack. Cold Spring Dairy Butter Special, lb. ..'....... Coffee. H. B. Special Blend 3 lbs. for. Home Made Crab Apple Jelly. Per jar ii.-i.-. t Fancy Table Apples S lbs. for............ 42c $1 30c 25c 50c VICE-PRESIDENT Y, M. C. A. Toronto, Feb. 8.-Hon. Howard Brown of Winnipeg, provincial treasurer of Manitoba, today -was elected vicejpresldent for Manitoba and Sas-kiVtcbewan' of the National: Council of r.-'-M.cA. �, ' j ' MAY CALUi 1918 CLASS ' French Parliament Prepared to 8um-.mon 19-V]�ar Old Boys 'mtt^n^^raSred � In the chamber of deputies today em- powering the government to. call up the 1918 class. The lists of this class have already been drawn up by the local authorities throughout France. No date is mentioned, that being left to the minister of war,; who will fix the 'date after the bill has passed parliament. 8MITHER8 NAMED AS DIRECTOR Toronto, Feb. 8.-George H. Smi-thers, Montreal, and F. W. Hoas, Quebec, were elected to the directorate of the Toronto Stre^t.\ Railway Co. today at the company's annual meeting. Tho Chorokeo Indian nation has volunteered Its services to the;U. S. In the event of war. ,y. i. HENNESEY^WftSOk THE STOREofBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARStotme DOOR PHONE 789. H. G. KILNER SHOE I^TOKE ': 414 13th Street JVar^h Repairs N COAL.AND TRAlil \ ;