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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, FEBHUARY 15, 1918 THE DAILY MMIIALD I'AGE ELEVEH ^�JJiJ_____I--B At tlin boar ^ c> � : * T.iadles Curling: Four o'clock draw, Saturday: Mrs. Ferguson vs. Miss lluchnnan; seven o'clock draw, Mrs. AIrd vs. Mrs. Marshall; olght-thlrly five draw, Mlsa Bawdeu vs. .Miss I'roctor. The Homo Nursing'Class organiised by tho Sir Alexander bait chapter of tho 1. O. D. E. under the direction of Miss McClarty, superintendent ot the Gnit Hospital, Is complete and classoK will start'ne-xt week. Date of first meeting to bo given later. The Vernon Castles have been for the last four years ho much In the public eye that everyone feels n personal Interest In tho sad news of Lieut, Castles death at Fort Worth In Texas. Ho showed himself a ta-ue Britisher whoa wor started by giving up the money-mnklng work in which lie was such a huge success and a popular Idol, tor ambulance work In Franco and later in the aviation bi-ancli of the service. He has trained many cadets, first at the Mohawk Camp near Descronto last year and later In*Texas. Last summer he had a narrow escape at Mohawk when the pupil he was with was burned to death anc tho machine totally destroyed. Ho gave his life in his country's service as truly as it his machine had crash i>d to earth in the battlefields ot Flanders. Wednesday Next at 9.30 An Auction Sale at the Hayr Hardware Co. B&lanoe ot stockl Catalogues n9w ready. May bo had on application at Hayr Go's office or the auctioneer. Friday Nextr Feb. 22nd. Auction sale of furniture Including Pianoforte at 502 14th St. S. Tomorrow at Court House At 12 o'clock* Sale* of Dwelling House, 820 SthSt. South. FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER Office and Sale Room*, S. O. E. Block, Tenth St. S. Phone 770 Res. 469 That the war menus published In tho Jlorald were appreciated Is prov od by a letter received by Mlladi from Mrs. M. Gillespie of Winnipeg. She writes: Dear Madam,-Will you Idndly let me have a good recipe for making yeast broad, with graham tlour or graham and while flour mixed. We never eat white bread here and as we purpose going farming this spring, I should like to bo able to make good hrown bread. When wo were In the country some years ago, I tried the brown bread but It was always too heavy. I managed the white bread fairly well. Enclosed .^Is a stamped addressed envolopo and I hope you will be able to find time to assist me In this matter. Your war menu recipes are very Interesting and good. Win some person send In a good tested recipe for the brown bread to Mlladi? � � Mrs. .r. n. Tnrnoy Is in I*>>���>:�:>,m) of which there Is $100.-oim insurani'p. An examination ot who first saw the flamoH revealed tho laci this iiKirnlii.'; that they sprang troiii a iioint near wlilcii a wire that ciirrii'd Hio ciirront to tho X-ray machine 111 Hio military hospital, joined tJie main wii-i>. .\11 the appuralus of tho mllltafy bos-Iiilal, vj.hied al many thousands of tho sisters ha-i-e not ynt boon able to I dollar; was saved Ijy fine work by the locate all the babliis that were taken m jilaces ot rofiiKC after they had lieen carrlnd from the bnrniiig biiildhu;. II represents the niimher ot cliarred re-iiiains found by the flrnmen who were conlinuing their Hoarcii this afternoon. salvage foips. '('rank .\tehlson, a.i;ed HO, married, wiHi WncA: small clilldrun. killed himself at bis liome at Sarnla by shoot-iiu;. after a iiuarrel with his wife. was instructor New York, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1918.- Captain Castle, whose real name .was Vernon Blythe, was sent by the British authorities to Fort Worth as special Instructor when the Canadian flying school was established there last year. ;Aeiy Sickness Leaves Weakness Even a simple cold strips and reduces youf resistive powers to allow dther sickness. Only food-not opiates or drugs-creates the rich blood which distributes strength to the body, and the concentrated medicinal food in* makes the blood rich and stimulates its circulation while il& tonic virtue enlivens the appetite and aids iiutrition to reestablish your strength quickly and permanently. If yon are rundown, anemic or nervous, by all means get SooUHt Emuislonm It builds because it ^ a fcx>d-not a stimaknt. Scolt (t Ho�-or-Tnrotrtn. Out. 1^49 I UNIQUE DISPLAY OF WASH GOODS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUM-MER DRESS NOW. UNITED TAXI SERVICE . PHONE 387. 55-C td Mirchants, Dealers, Ranchers & Others IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF THE BALANCE OF Hayr Hardware Go/s Stock pn Wednesday, Feb. 20 COMMENCING AT 9.30 A.M. IN THE PREMISE^ FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE FRANK WADDINGTON , la 'tkvorcid with Instructlona to sell, as above, by auction and ithout raaerVe, the baltwce ot- ibe above stock in trade, oonsUtlnR of Heavy aiid, 9heli; Hardwaroi Granltoware, Galvanized and Tin ' OoMs,%ib1e 6ltver, Wire Netting, large quantUy ot Rope, Logging Ohaliis, Builder's'Hardware abd Furnishings, Screen Doors, Store Piping, Qas Stoves and a large assortment ot miscellaneous gooils of general utility. The Fixturei, including Silent Salesmen, Counters, Shdvbg and Cash Register will also be toldf CATAL0QUE8 READY ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH AND MAY BE HAD ON APPL.ICATION AT THE HAYR HARDWARE CO., OR FRPK W^PINGTON, Auctioneer HAMILTON-WRIGHT � The Roy. W. F. Bums united In mar; rlago at..Knox church, Jan. 6th. Mr'. Gcorgo Rae Hamilton and.Miss Dora Wright both ot Macleod. ' APPLKIGATE-COI-K At Knox nianao, January 11th, the Rbv. W. p. Burns united In marriage Mr. Price Applegate and Miss Hettle Cole, both of Barons.  *  RICHARDSON-CHALMERS At Knox manse, January 11th. the marriage took place of Mr. Robert Henry RIchnrilson and Miss Agnes Stevenson Chalmers, both ot Mac leod.   � GREENMAN-JONES Tho marriage took place at Knox church, January the Cth, ot Mr. Alvin Everett Oreenman and Miss EInbra Bello .Tones of,Taber. Rev. W. F. Burns officiating.  *  MITCHELI.,-McKENZlio On' Thursday, Christina McKonKle, daughter ot Mrs. Hendrle of Leth-brldge, ^^!as quietly married to "Arthur Edwin Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Mitchell of Bow Island. The cororaony was pertornied by the Rev. Mr. Baker at the Baptist church parsonage, the witnesses being Miss FlosBlo Mitchell and Miss Agnes Hendrle. Only the Immediate rolattves were iiresent. The bride made a pleasing picture In a very becoming suit ot navy blue gabardine, over blouse of pink and white georgette crepe, and gray satin hat lined with blue brocade and fox furs. Thp happy couple left on tho afternoon train for a month's visit at tho coast, upon thoir return they will reside at Bow Island.  � * PERRY-RE ID A very pretty wedding was solemnized last evening'at the hour of seven |?o'clock at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Jones, 1504 8th Ave. S. In the presence of immediate relatives whon li'rancis Norman, son ot Don C. and Mrs. Perry of GlenwoodvUIe, was united In holy matrimony to BIsIo Roberta, daughter of the late R. H. and Mrs. Reid ot Vermilion, Alberta. The nuptual knot was tied by the Rev. E. J. Hodglns of the United Church and formerly of Vermilion. The bride who entered the room on tho arm ot Mr. Jones, wore a traveling suit of dark grey, with crepe de chene blouse of pale pink and bridal spray of pink and white roses, The home was adorned with carnations smllax, palms and pink u^sellas. Pink and white hearts concluded the decorat ion scheme. Immediately niter tlie ceremony a recherche wedding supper was served. The Ice cream beliig pink and white with lieart centres; Tho beautiful gifts ot china, cut glasa and silver included a dinner service, tht) gift ot Mr. and Mrs. Jones. The happy couple leave today tor a abort visit to the bridegroom's parents and relatives at Cnrdston, Magrath and other points. On their return they win reside on a ranch south ot Grassy Lake,  *  ji' McKBNNA-OILLIS ^ % A very pretty wedding was ;sot emnlised at St. Mary's cathedral, Calgary, Tuesday, Feb; 12, the Rev.Fath' or Newman ottlclating, when Miss Catherine MarJorie Gillls, formerly of Invornoaa, Nova Scotia, was married to Mr. li'rancUi O. MoKonna, liurrlster ot Lomond, Alberta, Mlaa Oatherina Madden acted as bridesmaid, 'whl|e Mr, W. A. Maodonald, ot Calgarr assisted, the groom. After tb� cer�> Delighted to Show You New Spring Merchandise It's wonderful the range of pretty lines of Ready-to-Wear and piece goods we were fortunate in securing ^ the coming season and at moderate prices at a time when trade conditions, especially among the manufacturers the world over, is in so upset a condition.-Anyway the goods are here and we wiU be pleased to show them. The New Wash Goods Are Very 36 INCH AMERICAN PERCALES - � � � - 25r. They como In a gi-eat variety of stripes and ,'iiiiall t'loriil designs. All fast washing colors In light or dark shades, A Special Cloth at 25c WHITE POPLINS, REPPS, PIQUE, INDIAN HEAD AND BEACH CLOTH ;16 and 40 Inches wide. Suitable for middle!! and skirts or nurse's feostunies. Selling at per yard..............35c, 45c and 65c BALMORAL GINGHAMS FOR CHILDREN'S WEAR AND KITCHEN DRESSES iJO patterns to select I'roni. The cloth Is 27 inches wide. Ev^ii flue woHve In ohBclcs, stripes and plaids. IJght or dark colors. Per yard 20c and 2Sc EXTRA HEAVY GALATEAS AND OXFORDS' in pretty patterns, fast colors. Light �For dresses and rompers and medium dark shades. 28 inches wide, per yard 30c A Bargain 1 only, Dark Rat Coat, size 40. Worth $100.00. Take itfor .. . $59.00 EXTRA SPECIAL-Sale of Waists $6.50 values in crepe C^A de Chines. SeUing at tj)^./ O All new shades. Silk Hosiery A fine line of sUk hose. All colors, also black and white j per pair .... $1.00 ?7802455 ;