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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMUrtSDAY, FEBRUARY "1-1, 1918 the L.kj. rinmbM^ iMiLy HERALD PAGE SEVEN TO ESTABLISH WEIGHT OF EGOS Thorough Reorganization the. Branch Takes Place-Much1 Work Done of (From Our Own Corre�oondftnt> Cardston, Feb. 13.-A thorough reor-fftntaatlon of th� Carduton branch of the Red Croaa society has recently taken place, as it "was felt that the district wan not doing itself justice under the old order of things as they were, so the god "Billikins." the god of things as they ought to be, has been set Instead and will be'trlwd* out." A general meeting Was called at which there was preponderance of the fair sex, bo on this occasion the ladies led off by forming a .committee called the Central Ladle* Committee, with/power to" form aub-.committeea^ for any purpose for-which they ftw be needed. The central committee consists of Mrs. I*. L. pollett, as cpnyenor, vMrs. F..W. Atkins^ Mrs. B. Held, Mrs. M. L. Stoddard sncf Mi*b. I\ Best, secretary. The other committees' that have been formed later are the Distribution Committee consisting of,I^rs. Martin Wolf (convenor). Mrs. John Holmes, Mrs. A. A. McCnne and Mrs, B. P. Olsen. The committee of inspection and alteration of work is as follows: Mrs. tE. B. Book "(convenor), Mrs. 3. E. JoneSp^Mra. H. B.'lgcott, Mrs. D. D. Spencer, Mrs. O. D. Weeks, Mrs. A. N. Cook and Mr*. F. Beat. Inspector of knitting is Mrs. Hopewell. Membership Committee-Mrs. M. Spencer (convenor).; 41 rs. J. Bk Rejd, Mrs. L. Calmer obb, Miss Nan Sykes, Miss Susie Pitcher, Mrs. ,1; A. Lead-j l,better and^Jra. Ed. Ivins.. , Tho ladi.ea have taken over the on- 8 have started to old and we shall still to record as ess. Sewing flan, ban- , Ottawa, Feb. 14.-It was ^tat-U Stone and their [ daughter Marjorje,' reached home on ^Saturday after an extender! trip to coast ^cities. \ A very dainty' tea. given on Thursday 4fterhoon clainiod Mrs. F. AVJ Brown, Letrfbridge avenue, as hostess. A. T. Werts returned, home on Sat-urday(from Edmonton. George Bruce *has purchased the farm formerly owned and operated by R. A. Arthurs. Death of Daughter The sincere sympathy of a wide circle of friends is extended ttf*Mr. and Mrs. George B. Wyllie, Rosemount, in the loss of their daughter. Bessie, who passed away in tn,e Medicine Hat hospital on the,12th inst. 'The funeral was conducted from the family residence on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. E. H. Wilmot was a visitor to Medicine Hat on "Wednesday. The many friends in this district of George Ewing, Taber, will he pleased to learn of his recent promotion to manager of the Fort William branch of the Canadian Bank of Commferce. Jas. W. Reid spent Monday In Medicine. Hat. Mr..and Mrs. F. J. Henderson liave returned .trom Edmdnton where Mr. Henderso'n attended the convention, of municipalities. Mr.'and Mrs. Henderson were the week-end guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. J. Henderson, Lethbridge. Mrs, Howard^Murray, Loucks street, entertained the Ladles Aid of the United church at her home on Thursday afternoon. Miss May Connor was the guest of Mrs. E. H. Wilmot, Broadway, on Wednesday. \V. U. Kirsch spent the' w.cfek-eiid' in Medicine Hat. . H. E. Beattie, provincial license inspector, spent the week-end with his family here. A Social The social held in the United church, Lethbridge avenue, onVriday evening, under the. auspices of the Young People's Parliament, was a huge success. Immedfately following the program a delicious lunch was served, provided by the Ladies' Aid of the church. A silver collection was taken PRESENT A PLAY V -Was Great Success Good Work For Cross Boys Red Do ' (I'Vuiri > *> *> *; v OPERETTA ing by.Mrs. J. H. Bridge, Good Work 8ome time ago the school hoys under direction of Principal Merrer, Ruiher-cd up a number of wagon loads of scrap iron and piled it. near the station awaitiflg word to ship it. to Red-clif-fe where it will be used and the money used for the Red Cross. On Saturday last it. was loaded onto V V HISTORIC CHURCH BURNS Qurliv.e, Feb. CI.-Tho historic church of Si Voix, near Quebec, rich in relics daiing as far back as the first days 6P. Hie colony, was entirely destroyed by fire litis morning. Wairon as "Prince Charming." Miss Vera, Nenson as "Princess Snow-White.'' Professionals could hardly have improved on. these artists. in the "Dance of the Fairies" the oflhe "ability "shown"by" MrsTVamw j ,i,,1,e /olki\ a" celled .themselves. Young as "the Queen." Alias Margaret. 1an( Bv��w** ^� .ut > none the less welcome and the mayor 1b highly appreciative hi the efforts made in berralf of Canada's, calamityt atrlclfen city ./ The amount sent In from this one district is 1136.50 and is a very fberal contribution. The Women's Institute A. very practical and well attended meeting was held for February at the usual rTrae and. place. The chief topic was exceedingly timely in view of the war conditions. "The Care of Poultry" jjid the-' speaker, Mrs. O. D. Weelis^'Cav'e-a very able presentation of Ihp subject. The value of this contribution to the subject was made apparent by the requeet that it be forwarded to-the 8uperinten^lei\. at Edmonton. ft> peeping with the idea of greater food production was the demonstration upon the cooking and canning of meats by the, president, Mrs. F. W. Atkins. r A Bborf course school for /the ladles instructing Upon the "Cooking of Foods" - 1b -to - be given shortly and plates #jv|ir be duly announced. The character btjl given by this,organization tri aid bf the Red Cross, was a great success and a neat sum was tho result, i The prize winning list wljt-be published later. / v. The- Board .of. Trade........ A ffjW- pf tfic bu.siness man answered the-call 1 pj tha. secr|tary_an4 met fh th.e CJfl^otm Halh recently. It was decided to adjpurn _thc meeting and endeavor to/-liave ,a large attendance for the elafo|ibn:ot new officers for tho current!' year, The meeting was called for the first Monday in March -tho 4th prbx. at 8 p.m. W. H; A. Frassr,.prominent Ottawa f BUILD HOMES FOR EMPLOYEES > Regina, Bask., Feb. 13.-The Imperial Oil Compauy will spend $70,000 building homes for their married employees here this spring'on property j adjoining tjie company's plant. + * 4 HIGH GRADE STOCK. DAtS AND TO GET IT ARE CUTTING-PRICES ALMOST TOMORROW (FRIDAY) AND ENDS SATURDAY YOU CAN GO ANYWHERE EVERYTHING IN MEN'S WEAR. SALE Men 9 Read These Prices. They and the Goods Talk for Themselves Men's Dr^ss Shoes Men's Neolin Soles, black. Regular $8 $6.-50 Men's Leather Calf Shoes, black. Regular $7 * at Men's Vici Kid Shoes, plain toes, black. Men's Suits $6 * * $5 rular $3 Men's Solid Leather Work >$7 $7 ... $5.2$ Boots. Regular * 4 * % $5 $6 Work Boots > * $4 Men's Elkhide Boots. High tops. Regular $9.00, for ......... ......$6.95 Men's Elkhide Boots. High tops. Regular $3.50, for ... ............$6.65 MEN'S BUJE SERGES. Regular $25.00, for........ MEN'S BLUE SERGES. Regular $22.50, f6r ........ MEN'S BROWN AND GREY TWEEDS. Regular $22.00, for .................. MEN'S BROWN AND GREY TWEEDS. Regular $18.50, for................... MEN'S BROWN AND GREY STRIPED TWEEDS. Regular $15.50, for......... MEfTS BROWN AND GREY STRIKED TWEEDS. Regular $14.00, for \ 16.50 15.50 15.00 12.50 11.50 9.95 Men's Spring Suits 27.50 26.5 $1.10 50-Comforters. Tp dear at. Regular $4.25, for ...7. ,........... .....$3.00 T 100 Men's Winter Caps. Regular $2.00, $1.75 4 4 $1.00 and $1.50, for 100 Men's Hats. Regular $4.00, $3. $3.00, for . ;.. . ..... $1.10 Special Values in Suit Cases, etc Men 9 s Shirts $2.25 and $2 $3.50, for ..  t * w t � * si $2 h Men's Dress Shirts, stiff cuff. Regular $1.75, for $1.00 Men's Dress Shirt, soft cuffs. Regular $2.00, Regular $8.50, $9.50 and $10.00 for $7 Trunks, Regular $12.00, for $8 Trunks, Regular $10 $6.25 for $1.35 I Men's Dress Shirt, soft cuff. Regular $1.75, - for..... ........v..........$1.25 Men's' Dress Shirt, soft cuff. Regular $1.5 P r \ Men's Pants Men's Corduroy Pants. Reg. $7.50, for $4.95 Men's'Corduroy Pants. Reg. $7.00, for $4.50 Men's Serge Pants. Regular $6.50, for $4.95 Men's Tweed Pants. Regular $7.00, for $5.25 Men's Tweed Pants. Regular $6.50, for $4.35 Men's Tweed Pants. Regular $4.50, for $2.65 Men's Tweed Pants. Regular $4.00, for $2.25 Tweed gular $3.50, for %2M and $1.25, for w   50 Men's Work Shirts. Regular $1.50, for 85c Men's Work Shirts. Regular $2.75, for $2.25 Men's Work Shirts. Regular $�50, for $1.95 Men's Work Shirts. Regular $2.00 Jor $1.35 Men's W^Shtrts. Regular $Lt5; for $1j20 Men's ties. Regular $1.75, $1.50 o clear for � * *  "i   a #    * ' � r Men's Working Gloves, from 50c up to $1.75; Men's Ties. Regular $1.00. To clear, for 50c i - 114 FIFTH STREETS. . i' + * * EMPLOYMENT ;