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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -1, a-r: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1917 If. j|� 1- PH0NE^I224 Aii Important meeting of Wesley ladles' Aid will be held tomorrow a^ ternpon at. 3 o'ctnck in the church parlor to inake arrangementB for the observattoh bf the annivernary ot Wesley church on March; 11th -and I'''''' . Mrs. (Dr.) Caldwell who .has been viBltlhg Mrs. D. A. Simpson; has lott tor her home in Klngsgatc, B. C. The Big Sisters' Class of Knoi^' church-^ win Bisw iji tae Red Cross' rooma on Thursday evening at seven o'clock injitead dr tonight. '  . '  The Auditorium c\m under the auspices of the 0> I, A. are holding ;a dance tomorrow night "in the Knights of Pythias hall. ! �� � �  ,  ,:� Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Overtl^H hive retifrnod home after spemding two weeks with friends in Calgary and Edmonton. *,'*:'* '. . . / The next lecture given by -uK Sara B, Detwiler under the auspice's of the Wathesls club lyll] be on the "Jles-piratory Systena" tomorrow afternoon at 4.30 in Knox school room. The regular monthly meeting of Hie Alexander QaU Chapter., l.O.D.E. will be held in the'Y-MCik. on Thursclay afternoon at 3.30i' Fees for-1917 a^js now due and inay be paid at this meeting. The ahnual meeting will be held later in the month. ,    After the basketball games between Lethbrldge and Raymond toain..   :  'Mrs. A. E. Harshaw, wife, of the chief dispatcher of the C.P.R., with hejf family, arrived In the city i^n Sat-Uri^y from North Bend, ij^ G-i .the Daughters,of the Empiris*:will he'iin charge of the tea room ofxtho JHfiason's" Bay tomorrow' afternoon. � � ' ' ' I -J^r. and Mrs. Harold 'Van Allen have Sjfam. up their house on Stony Plain '.Tijtd and will be guests at the'EmpIre i'hbiel for a month- or so.-Edmonton The Bulldogs Are Coming! y London, Feb. t3, 6.30\n, Speaking In the.'.Ho|;i3e '^1 ^L^rds .today Earl Curzonf. a^m^rrt^er;of "'th'fe war council, sal^ AdiVilraV Jbl-licoe, first sea lord of the admiralty, v/as "not dissatitfledrj with the number of German submar-Inet which would'''never return to German.v. ' ' �'. : ' EXPLOSION IN A London, Feb. 13,'-'4.20 p.in.rrAn ex-posion occurred at a muntticins factory today in Yorkshire. The' official statement issued b^ the British department says that-apparently no lives were flost. ' Some' damage was done In the neighborhood. It is possible, the statement adds, that there have been some casualties, hut at present they have not been reported. ' Dresses, Aprons, and Dresses w Cheaper than you Can Buy the Mateiial in Some Cases Why Worry Making Them? - Puu^a Romper worth while strong well made Rompers, In different styles. Made from heavy ginghams and chambrays. Medium colors. 9il rn Special, pair....... MEN'S PROSPECTORS.- We have a large stock in all sizes, with 10 and 34 in. leg. 1 e\ Aft Priced at ?7.oO and lU�Uv New Arrivals of Ladies' Spring Wearing Apparel New Dresses Of Silk and Serges jast arrived in Billie Burke .and llie neAvest pleated styles in rich tones of navy, gre}^, brown, apple green, Copenhagen. All trimmed in the neAvest hand embroidered effects. A pleasing selection is afforded you at moderate price's. New Skirts In Silks, Plaids, Stripes, Plain Taffetas. Also plain navy serges. Neat and up to the minute in stjde in eA'ery detail. A Avide choice is offered for yowx selec-, tion. � iiid Grocery News for Wednesday for Thrifty Stoppers Phone 313 35c Cooked Meat Dept. I, In 1 25c We are offering you a ver> special price on .choice Dairy Butter. 500 lb�. while it 'j a lasts. Special, per lb.,.. 4UC 600 dbz. No. t Grade Eggs. Special, per doz. Nice Juicy Oranges. Special, 2 dozen....... Marmalade .Oranges. Special, per dozen..... Finest Granulated Sugar. In 10 lb sacks.;,Each ... Yellow Sugar.' Per 5 lbs. 46r ......... Afternoon .'Tea 2 lb. packages. Per package,.:. 35c 35c 50c 95c 45c Cut Sugar in 30c B, C. Onions.' Very fine oc _ and dry. 7 lbs.' for ..... ibwC 75 tins only of Pure Fruit, assorted kinds. .Only early shoppers will beniefit by thio special as we have only a limited amount. Reg, ,85c. Spec- /;a_ iai while it lasts. ...... OUC Try a package' of the New Breakfast Food. Krumb | A_ les. Per package ...... lUC Krinkle Corn Flakes oc_ 3 for ............ ZOC Prunes, In 10 lb. boxes | A Per box .....9i�lU St. Charles Evaporaterf Milk. Family size. . OC� 2 fpr ................. LOZ Gold Seal Condensed Milk 2 for .............. Empress Brand Pure Jam. In 1 lb. glasses. Regular 30c. Special ............... Rogers Golden Syrup in quart sealers. QCj� Per sealer ..... ...... udC Comb Honey. Each .............. French Beans in tins. Regular 2 for 35c. I e Special, per tin ....... iuC Spanish Pimentoes for making sandwiches. 1 C� Per tin ............... IOC Table Raisins in 1 lb. -i (� cartons. Special ...... luC 30c WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF PEAMEAL BACON, BREAKFAST BACON, HAMS, ROAST PORK ^ylTH DRESSING, UN-COOKED HAM (Sliced), COOKED CORN BEEF, SLICED OX TONGUE. Gifco. -Special, for frying and shortening. 3 lb tins. CA.. Each................. OOC 5 lb. tins................ $1.00 AlACLEOD CALLS ? � 4-   "> > ONTARIO LEqiSLATUR;E r ^ ? - � NOW OPfeN '� , - ,.,- ., ? ? Toronto, Feb. 13.-,-The 'Op- ? >' tario legislature opened this ' ; ' ? ..:. .> .> .J, . .> - two sons, wltH-their wives, their only daughter aind Uev: family, left tonight for Grand Forks,; NprtI} Dakota, where they Avill attend the' golden wedding of Mrs,'.Whipple's father and mother. It is.jfexpeoted all children..and grandchildren win. .atle�d,.JfKls 'celebration, making"it .evQiii,a grpater^eve^t,'than the first wedding fi'ajv/'. |. ^.' W. H. McNabi)," a-prpmihent Vpnoh-er and farmer, near Macieid.has been suffering from a severe cbid, threatened ^ylth pueunu?nia,- Is reported today to be improylng and'liopes to be abound In a few days. ' DAINIY NIGHTIES GARB FOR CANADIANS IN TRENCH RAID (By Philip GIbbs) , With the British Armies In the Field, Feb. 1?, via London, Feb. 13.- For comedy there is the episode of Canadian history, only a few days old, which began when "a sprightly young officer startled a respectable old lady behind the counter of the milliner's shop in a French village by demanding 100 ladles" nighties (chemises de nuit, he called them) ot the largest size. The village heard the story-, of the shopping expedition, listened to the old lady's shrill cackle ot laughter and wondered what the joke was on among the Canadian troops. It was one of those jokes, which belongs to the humors of this war, mixed with blood and death. Up in the Canadian trenches, there were shouts of laughter as over their khaki a hundred brawny ydung Canadians put on their night dresses., They were tied up with blue ribbons. The old moon never looked down upon a stranger scene than those white robed soldiers who went out grinning into No Man's Land with rifles and bombs. Some ot those night dresses, so clean and dainty, as they had come out of the milliner's shop were stained red before the end of the adventure, and the Germans in dugouts caught glimpses of these fantastic figures before death came quickly, or the shout of surrender. The plerrots went back with some prisoners in the moon light and the Canadian staff cfticers chuckled with laughter oyer the long distance telephone wires,. when the tale was told. The Bulldpgs Are ComingI CONCERT-RECITAL WESLEY CHURCH. iMidi^At,FEB;i?9 AT EI6HT-THIRT;y By Mis. 11. H. Johiii^toif, t;oiitPJtlti�'^ , ASSISTED BY MR. SAM ' SApQ,W,S*C,l.,yiPJ,l�J5iT> U^.^l MRS. W. J. NELSON, PIANI8T.' ^. .-"^'f.,. TICKETS, 50c; To be obtained �;;H!flin^9t�IS!n:�,TPC>m V?W and Jackson's Drug.^