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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rPAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY lIERAUy WEDNESDAY. FEDRUAHY 13, 1918 NEARLY JBurned a Livery Barn and Only Splendid Work Saved the 5 Town' (Er*>ir. Onr Own fort ��poni!pnO . ilcmUo�ni. Feb. 6,.....We liail a vory �bad ttr6 here on ilondiiy iilghi. 11 �Urted In a Uvpry barn b�!oiiglng to J: Jeoaen and i-enied by Murray and Wnrren, at S o'clork through the ex-ploalon of a lamp ami ai S.Xli it was ntlrely burnt out. A miaiitity of hay was burnt, b�it all the horsos anil harness were saved, 'riie tenant had no Insurance, hut th(> bam was (arlly in-ttivoiJ. Becker anil Yates' lumber yard was next to lh barn and for a Iomk tluie It looked as it all the yard would have to Ko. but thanks to th(> wind, whii-b w�� blowing almost due east all nigiil and look most of the sparks and buni-Inc debris on' to \i\e prairie and Ibr most heroic efforts of every man, wo- SOLDIERS IN CAMP The abrupt change froin ''home coniforts to can}p U(e may be Iryingonyour boy's health,butif he omy lake the rich liquid-food in SCQTTS it will create richer blood to ea-lablish body-warmth and fortify his lungs and throat. Thousands ol ' soldiers all over the world take SosM's Cifkr/slon. It is exactly what they need. WANT FIXED PRICK ! IN IJ. S. R.VlSEDll V^Mthington, Feb. 13.-A bill to fix the price of wheat for the 1918 drop at not lesi than $2.76 a bushel instead of $2.00 at now provided. wa� introduced today by Senator McCumber, Repubtican, of North Dakota, and referred to the agricuthire committee. Senator Gore, Democrat, of Oklahoma, alio introduced an amendment Increasing the goverment guaranteed price to $2.50 a bushel. man and I'lifid in town, vip nianagud to savp all the yard exi'opt a lot of j fence pu.�t.rc not' contemplate what would have happen- � ed if it hail been Tuesday night, with , a sioiithegst biiz/.ard blowing. School Trustees .\t the anipialineetliig of tiie'.Memi.s-cHiu consoiidaied*' school district .No. JT. the following officers were elect- '( colors. , "' * ""^j^'^" White Voile and Marqilisettes, 50c to 75c .Same values "as >to feAured a year ago, double width goods, plain and stripes. New Dress Goods and Silks Silk Waisting Stripes ..... %2.2S Heavy poplin and crepe de chine in . very .dainty stripes on light grounds. Plain and Striped Silks .  - $1.35 Wash d^epe in cream, flesh and maize, also neat' stripes and floral designs. .XII washable. Splendid Quality Serge - . . $r.25 .Vav> and' black only. 42 Inches wide, Now worth -' $1.75. Pure Wool Cream Serge  . $2.50 Beautiful tiuallty hevy t.weed. 44 inches wide. CLARKE & Cim phone; 4S3 THE LADIES' STORE "iS '612 THIRD^AVe.'r'S; S0mg Suits and Coafs Cl6t| and Silk Dresses, " SkqrtSy Waists, Etc. THtBE-r EARLY ARRIVALS ABE A REA^, TREAT, REPREMNTINC . AS THEV, Pd THE FAVORITE STYLES FOR.THE COMING SEASON AND AT VERY, M|^0EAATE COST, Pur4 Wool Tweed CoaU. V V $22.50 to $35.00 tiest ;. Swek Spring Suits . , . . ' ; , . HanlMhie Silk Skirts. ..... $10.00 to $22,50 ^  BjBaiiUtui rich plaids -and stripes in shot taffetas and messe-ijunesf in'ti|e new drape and bustle effects, also plain taffetas in' black atia^navy. . "* SilkiuidfSerge Dreues .... $22.50 to $30.00 � A'n eitoeplionally wide variety of choice in new sj^ades of taupe,' putty,-Copenhagen, green, brown, navy and black. Girls' sizes'lo-17, small-jWOtrten'B sizes, 16-20 and large sliea to 44. Daintrlr8ets and Underwear New D. & A. Corsets  $1.50 to $5.00 Elastic Girdles ...... $4.00 Stout Figure Corsets - $3.00 to $6.50 Sizes 24 to 'it. Medium Figure Corsets . $1.50 to $3.50 Lace back. All sizes. Lisle Vests and Union SuiU 25e to $2.50 . Complete summer stock now, to hand. CLARKE & CO. PHONE 453 THE LADIES' STORE 612 THIRD AVE, 8. ' coast cities. . The ladles of the Red Cross met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Mc-; Niven, great interest is being shown land the ladles are doing a-good work. 1 Plans were made to hold a basket 1 social in die theatre iiail on Feb. 13th i to raise 'funds to carry on the good j work. Mr. Ed. l''ortln returned Wednesday who was In business here has arrived ' "i"' l'i-\" ''"^'^ ""ending unfit for future service, he having j doesn't seem to be wintering very well as the weather is so changeable that they aeem to notice It very much, and these cold winds are hard on ihew. ' Returned Soldier Gordon I lanna who enlisted and Nifty force general; been baflly gassed. The coal situation here hag been all that we could wish for. Haulers have been busily engaged iu hauling from Bow C'iiy. and cars of coal have been reucblnfe here frequently. ' Oil/ train has been making a record this'last week or two. Quicker lime yetJ eould be made without hurting anybody, school .since November Painful Accident v; I.ittle i;iadys Walter^ inet with a painful accident while in' school Friday, siie was coming down stairs with other children who were piishlug from behind. Gladys was In some way thrown over the bannister, striking on he register in the floor beneath. breaking her right.arni.,i)elow,,the el-, how.. She was Immediately takeii to ,)im .Stack of the Royal Flying Corps : Or. Ifamman of Tabei\, and jthV arm has been In the hospital again with! set. Gladys is resting;'nicely today. Rl 'A STORE Rent 512 THIRD AVE. 8, LETHBf^lDCE ... Reasonable Rent GHT IN THE HEART of THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT, APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh St, W. Cj^lgary, Alberta. Gus Smith .returned home Thursday after spending a month touring liie UNDERTIiKING OUR SAMPLE ROOMS ARE FILLED WITH LATEST AND. NUMEROUS v' DESIGNS OF, cobs. OUR POLICY IS TO ^i:CURT*AIL EXPENSES. ENAB-MilNO UB TO SELL AT LOW-CCT PRICES, HAVING ADDED \MOTOR FUNERAL s Ar� oqw iq a puslUon tu give up-.vto-daU aarTlce, 'OET OUR PRICES BEFORE \ PURCHASING, 'MicX^aiidMacKaii ,| ' U3 Third Ava, 8, 'fVhoM H02,O^Ran Day and Night Service was held in St. Luke's church Sunday, Feb. ,10th. '.Rev. Her-ron of Bow Island officiating. ' We are having nice weather this week. One of our chinooks is on, the snow is melting fast and water is tonsllitis and la grippe. He is expected home soon on leave. ' Several trlali are on the program dm;Ing th coming month or two. It is about time the rough gang was cleared up. Hays Smith, the -l-P. here, is getting tired and will s)how no � standing on the ground in little l^kes. mercy now. a mountie has been in j The .Velson Comedy company play-charge of the cases. , ^ f,ii house Thursday night. The �-- ! dance wWdi followed the enlertain- i^aivi^ i.ompanv leaving on the midnight (l-rorn C>iir Own Corre.ipondmi) ',,.,i, ' ^ Grassy Lake. Feb. 11.-Mr. and Mr.s. �'"""' Pressure Being Bi'uiight to; BcHr Qn Chief of, tlie: Britis|i \ Rnd marriages as against an Increase in mortality. Official figures show that the population of the province i� practically the same as in 1916. for although there has been a considerable ..movement of troops to detract from the total, new industries brougbt an influx of labor which have offset military depletion. > . TAKES KlEW job Winnipeg, Feb, 12.-R. S. Ward, secretary-treasurer since 1911 of District dumber 2, United Association of ' � ' ' diahclea or'slone in bladdar. To ofercpma. theno distrewinK oondi-lioni t^ke plentv axercise In the open air, avoid a^heav^ meat diet, drink freely of -water and at each meal take .^uuric (double �Irength). 'Vnu will, in a short time, ftud.that jou are one of the firm iiidoraers of Anurir, ^ TlamiltoD, Oat,-"'for liiduey ailioeuts I hare n e r a r knuwu any m�di-cine to equal An-tiric, \V 1l�i|ia�n>i:w b. c, VITAL BTAT^ISTICS . Victoria, H. C, ,ueb/?niir-Vital statistics for British Columbia J for (be year-1917 show a decreaae in births I WAS somewhat peeved', LAStNIGHT. George got ; SlNTIIMCNTAL about my hair . AISD. I told him that having NICC: HAIR was a duty i OUT ;THAT having aomethiiig -, l)^iDER THC hairwaa in a : MCASUIH! A privilege AlilD I felt myself / :IN ,THC privileged class. I BtLICVC that men don't THINK or anything l�ut a woman's VOOKis, BUT 1 thought