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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tl^pAT,. FEBRUARY. 13. 1017 the letmbridge daily HERALD page five EVERYBODY PROVIDHNTG MeAiNEWS OF WAR IJir THt: OLD COIJNTRm 1 A thorloUglily'' meeting of Calgary's cdirimeroial men met on Friday ati� luncheon given by the Korthwest t:6pimercial Travelers' as-�bclatipji td ' jVIth'a miniature portable Ihmp, and before entering ^ guest iroom, she places this lamp in a socket'on the 6uti3lde door trim of the partlpularropro.: Immediately after bellig'placed In the socket the lamp lights, 8nd'anybodj';passlDg can know/that'there is a miild in any room whose door Is'llHimlpated by a lamp. -The  placing ofvj tbp maid's iBitap In the socket also causes a lamp bearing a slmiiai' number gta-tinned on the tiClephone switchboard to light, thereby notifying the tele-phone operator of the room In which a maid sis engaged. From the lamps on the switchboard the , operator knows where all the malda^are -tQ>be found, and should a guest require the attendance of one- she can-bs'lm'-inedtateiy summoned by telephb^t niGssage. , , The switchboard is 24 feet. )on|fc and all the exposed woodwork... if ^ot mahogany;. The telephone baa allBt-eqnipmsnt of 760 atalioni. ' ':| - household work' and-' relatin.g their ;troubles to each .Othfer, while the (Wives were-'-away ,.intending "cabav-ets!'. and stroking';',ciparettes. This tdofe well with the d'^wd arid caused much Ifiughter. This' finished the .program,, the music started and did not stop until 4 o'clock. The proceeds for boxes' and dance were ?231, besides $98 collected on tags by the ladies, a!lso $101 which has been taken by subscriptions, making a total of $430, raised in the past two weeks or since the patriotic spirit revived here again. Many thanks are due.those taking part iii the program and who worked to make this a s.uc-cess. � Dan AloPherson has been quite sick tor the past week with'jiiandice. The .tiOmoPd doctor has been calling frequently and Dan is reported somewhat better, which is pleasing to his friends, Mrs.  Galliford is out from Carman-gay packing their household effedts preparatory to moving to Calgary soon. A dance at Lomond was announced for the 18th of February. The En chant orchestra has been procured and a good time is expected. : Mr, And Mrs. Turleyvof Retlaw are visiting for a few days at the parental home, t  ' lMr.:E(rlckson has a fine large house completed, and expects to ' occupy same this wek. Earl � Jones had the misfortune to strike his knee with a 'bale hook while piling up some ,^aled hay. As It did .'not seem to hurt at the time no ndtjce was taken ot It, but In a few'bpurs' time it began .paining and maxle 'him :quite sick; The' doctor was:called, again on-Moitday'evening and .it- was found that'bjood poison froni dirt on tlie bale hook had set in. He la ^now able fo be! up some and It -is to be hoped it Mil' cause ho further trouble. Hermikn' ttolden Is in charge of the.l.umber yard during Barl'B disability. '"'-ViV' Mr. C. Kaump ha^ mpy^Sd his family here from LethbridgeVfThiy iare occupying the buildinff,-^%;liere' Galliford and Ramshaw hdd", a:>store as residences are at a pr^miiita. Mr. Kaump is engaged in the. garage here with his brother. � . V-!:, Mr. ^ulrtck has tlje.�tpl{eiphohe sys-.tem ii^stalled in bis!new implement bffloe. It Is to bfe'hoped" that a switch', will ibe' put In here and a ''hollo'girl''procured. >v; ;* The farming short course held at the 6-^7 was well attended .biit not as it .should have beeii>," It seemed ais if people didn't reaJlii* wA*' " for, and - some' did not kiiow It was dated.' A large tent was-Used /or the lectures and judging' of 'h'prsos ^nd cattle, -which was" patronized Ijy  the men and some good talksv^nd Information given. The third '^^day ^as devoted to swine. A porker was butchered, dressed and m^de ready for the tpble. Each particle was described'and explained as tlie butcher went along. The hog was weighejl alive and after being dressed so as to know th^ exact waste ,"In butchering, . Inrtbe hall wa^ the domestic science apartment under the superylBlon of Miss 'Esmond, whero .she praipared and cooked nurhbers :pf good things I to eat^ All made in, %m economical-way.' AM thesj were passed so the ' Iawas good, and in all probability the house will, again be packed tonight to its utmost capacity. Mr. McDonald's next production on Wednesday and Thursday night will be "Railroad Bill," which he promises will far surpass the Blockhead. If so, it will be well worth seeing. The programme also includes six reels of latest motion picture production. See Orpheum ad. for change of program. ORPHEUM TONIGHT VAUDEVILLE McDonald & curtis Presents the Howling Comedy Farce THE BLOCKHEAD This Is one of Mr. McDonald's beat. Also a full program of the beat pictures, featuring J. WARREN KERRIGAN, with an all star cast. 2 shows 7 to 8.45; 8.45 to 10.30 Price 25, Children 10 Col. F. W. Marlow has resighed as Assistant Director of Medical Services in Military District No. 2. (Toronto.), From 3 to 7 years old for sale. All broken. At the Old Rogers' Barn LETHBRiOGE Half a Block from Bennell's Livery Barn Ask for W. J. Oodds following this a nurse explained the diseases, -care, and treatment of children and gftve a few good talks to mothers. , It is hoped this short course will make annual visits here as there is abundance to be learned from these lectures and.still more if it would be practiced and everyone should make an appointment to be present. With the past few days of warmer weather the snow is nearly all gone, and cars are being used as much as in the fall. Roads are fine and a great many are'hauling wheat again making room for spring cleaning. The' baltdii and Haley Percheron horse from wheat centre was voted on and decided tiy the judge to be the best' at the farming short course held at Travers. Mr. Dalton had a Percheron mare that, took second hy the judging. The' judge was wonderfully surprised'to find this good Percheron put in tliis part of the country; which is much praise for the owners. The glass front is in the new bank building which will soon be ready to occuijy. The banlt ' safe has been moved in. P. LUND & SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealars in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If you are going: to build, write us. Our agent will call upon you with plans, prices, etc. We have the largest mill connections in British Columbia. Distributing A'^ards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat. ^ Headquarters at the LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARDS Gor. 3rd Ave. and 17th St. Phone 51fi Letbbrid^e, Alta. P.O. Box 189 lAsT times TONIGHT i^anny Ward in "WITCHCRAFT" Five Reel Paramount Feature "Col. Heezallar Captures Villa" A Screamingly Funny Bray Cartoon The Only Theatre in Canada Showing Three Paramount Features Weekly; WED.-THUR8. JESSE LA8KY PRESENTS .Marie Doro star of "The White Pearl" and Other Famous Productions in "THE LASH" A Modern Screen Melodrama in Which Miss Doro Appears as a Fisher Maid of Brittany "One Every Ten Minutes," Comedy FMPRESC ffjLAST rmk TONIGHTl^ l6c-15o THE BROAPWAY FAVORITE, CARtYLE BLACKWEtU IN "^l i .'THE MAN WHO COULD NOT LOSE' And L'airk but not t^'iast;'Carter Oe Haven in "The Rogues CaJltryV'an^ "Timothy Dobbs, That's Me." ' ' 761297 ;