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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1018 THE LETHBnihCK DAILY IIKIULD FACE ELEVEN At tho hoard ot! health meeting yesterday the itnnunl reporth of the medical health officer nnd the bm Hilary in-Hpor.tor were received. The M.U.O, report has already appeared in the Herald. Following nr� hoiiio of the salient points in the report of Inspei;-Inr Vullanee: He fiuggosted thai an assi-slaru inspector ho appointed, as the work of (he department, which now includes all water and milk testa as well ur tlio sanitary an'd plumbing inspection and quarantine work, was becoming too heavy for one man to do properly. The recommendation was laid over till the consideration of the department estimates. Ho hopes that the city will soon bo provided with an up.-to-date abattoir a� the present alaughtorhouHOH cannot be made aa sanitary aB would be do-sired. Hat Laboratory During the year 10!) samples of milk and 105 samples ot water were tested. The city now has a laboratory fitted up ho that Mr. Vallaneo can now make all the teats right here in the city. Racteriologlual teats had formerly to be made In lidmoutnn. During the year 545 places were placed*In quaraii- MILADI PHONE 1224 mony the bridal puny rMumed to tlio j I'nlliMOr, where ;i wcdrting breakruHt was Herved. Tin* |):-id.. WiiH vi-rv prettily attired in Miii or mouiiiuiii i purple with whin- u,\ t\w and white; hat, nnd carried ;, bnuu.net of roses ' and f-arnatioiiN. Th�- brhh-Krmud won: a ro.se satin dre.*.- wiih a white fox fur and black pin im- Jmt, 'Ihn > groom's gift to tin- bridesmaid ' :\ cameo pendant. AI LEAST FIFTY-FIVE I Wheatless and Meatless My Tuesdays are mcatlesn. My Wednesdays aro wheat lens, I'm getting more eatlena oarh day. The hotel is heatlesn, My bed is nhoetlenH, Thay'ra sent to the Y. .M. C. A. The barroom is treat less, My coffee is sweetless, I3�eh day I get poorer and wiser. My stockings are feetless, My trousers are soatless, My how I bate the Kaiser. * * * > > > > > > *> > ? � * * * * o > * v * * > PERSONAL Ihirvy I.find'1'' h tofluy i'(>r�-in.�.*i figiu'e on ihc stag*' \ v * > * * *> > > �> * > �> "Windermere.�� ih.. C;,!Klliy Herald".-, resident London i mM cs pond ent cables as follows: "The marriage w ill tnki- place shortly of George i \ nl Cussels, Lou- I ed will) hiughtei for an \n:uv and .� iiai! don manager of fb- Hank of Mon { by his ringie effun>: aloie', b:n. pai.' oi (real, to Georgina 1;;: .t wood, youngest lit. �n those time-i i un'ionl�;.-d i v il;n daughter of the lai" A linn Cameron, of Mount Plunkett, I .eearrow. County Uoscommon, and widow o!' Major Eastwood, Royal Jn^ii Hiries, kilind at Gallipoli. Th" inarria�e will al:io be shortly soJemni-:w| of Liem. Godfrey Darling to Mis. Alabcd Wilkin, widow of Lieut A i; Wilkin, ;ird Manchester Rifle.-, [�.;] |3o with the 1st C.M.R lie is now attached to the Tank Corps." I'Vanlii'-Monctaiv Loss *\2ZAtllO BE USELESS Vancouver, Feb. !.">. Vancouver shipyards. workers have no official knowledge of the proposal to appoint a hoard of inquiry under the Industrial j Disputes Investigation Act, according to Duncan McCallnm. president of the British Columbia Federation of Labor, nnd business agent of the machinists' union. Asked if the men would accept this suggestion, Mr. MeCallum said he did not think it would he entertained. Negotiations had re;nh a stage whore the men felt there .was nothing left to arbitrate. to the givat woi'K v. InrJi in" Im.- uoo)r\vnnl bis t ho-atrical intere.-!;.;. /:d t heir beaith to the cause of world democracy. It is at that stag'1 ot his career, while .-till ;i young man and in the zenith of hi-J powers that Lauder has ek-rrod Ut j bring his stage activities to a elos'1, and his farewell mur of America under tlie direction of William Morris, the man who is more than any one else responsible for his career, began in Xew York on October U2nd and will embrace the whole o] the North American continent, lie will be soon here at the Wesley cliureh on Monday. Keb. liMh. matinee and night. in'1] M ujil 1. 1 'i'\). I rivo li pot jjjghi. '! Jj is i - in �'- ietvvii'il la ' 1 fignre- ..- ? i' e ] [ ; | j |! e f i i r� r" take i : 11 ) i e v 'nad 11 � � )� a partial identification to be maun 'ill" part oi t he creche they Were/ Keind in. Monetary Loss Toe monetary loss on the building v- '11 lie -j-rj.-.oui) nf which there is $10e,-iti-nrance. An examination of thnso f:y-i ;.nw I'laiDi's revealed tho  1 !i.1 nioriiiio.'; that they sj>rang a iioim u"ar which a wire that. � i ih" ei:fr"ii! to the X-ray main iiic iniJitary hospital, joined : in ',.�: military bo?;-iui',1 at many thousands of a.- . a v",t I'Sne work by the ie p--  �. ii n1 � ; ' i i > K* % *% A & V ? V V HAMILTON-WRIGHT  The Rev. W. F. Bums united in marriage at ..Knox church, Jan. fith. Mr. George Rae Hamilton and Miss Doru Wright both of Macleod. �  t, APPLEGATE-COI-K At Knox manse, January 11th, the Rev. W. F. Burns united in marriage Mr. Price Applegate and Miss Hettie Cole, both of Barons.  *  RICJIARDSOX-CHALMERS At Knox manne, January 11th, the marriage took place of Mr. Robert i fiuurusatm ------�~ ----- *------ ----� envolope and I hope you will be able Henry Richnrdson and Miss Agnes to find time to assist me in this mat- Stevenson Chalmers, both of Mae-tor. Heocl. Your war menu recipes are very interesting and good. Will some person send in a good tested recipe for the brown bread to Miladi? ORE13NMAK-JOXttS The marriage took place at Knox ehureh, January the 0th. of Mr. Alvln Everett Greenman and Miss Elnora Belle Jones of Tnher. Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. UNIQUE DISPLAY OF WASH GOODS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOU R SUMMER DRESS NOW. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. t>;> To Merchants, Dealers, Ranchers & Others IMPORTANT UCTION S OF THE BALANCE OF Hayr Hardware Go.'s on Wednesday, Feb. COMMENCING AT 9.30 A.M. IN THE PREMISES FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions to sell, aa above, by auction ana ithout reserve, the balance ot the abovo stock in trade, consisting of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Granitewaro, Galvanized and Tin Goods, Table Silver, Wire Netting, largo quantity of Rope, Logsine; Chains, Builder's Hardware atid Furnishings, Screen Doors, Store Piping, Gas Stoves and a large assortment of miscellaneous goods of general utility, F The Fixtures, including Silent Salesmen, Counters, Shelving and Cash Register will also be sold. CATALOGUES READY ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH AND MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION AT THE HAYR HARDWARE CO., OR FRANK WADDINGTON, Auctioneer MITCHELL-McKE.VZIK On Thursday, Christina McKcnxie. daughter of Airs. Jlendrie of Leth-bridge, iyas quietly married to "Arthur Edwin Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitchell of Bow Island. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Baker at, the Baptist, church parsonage, the witnesses being Miss Flossie Mitchell nnd Miss Agnes Hendrie. Only the immediate relatives were present. The bride made a pleasing picture ih a very becoming suit of navy blue gabardine, over blouse of pink and I white georgette crepe, and gray satin ! j hat lined with blue brocade and fox furs. The happy couple left on the afler- | noon train tor a month's visit at the j const, upon their return they will re-' side at Bow Island. � * * PERRY-RE IP i A very pretty wedding was solemn- j ized last, evening'at the hour of seven I o'clock at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1 O. Jones, 1504 (1th Ave, S. in the pves-j ence of immediate relatives when [ j Francis Norman, son of Don C. and ; ! Mrs. Perry of Glenwoodville, was ' united in holy matrimony to Elsie Roberta, daughter of the late R. H. and Mrs. Reid of Vermilion, Alberta. The nuptual knot was tied by the Rev. K. J. Modgins of the United Church and formerly of Vermilion. The bride who entered the room on tho arm of Mr. Jones, wore a traveling suit, of dark grey with crepe de chene blouse i of pale pink and bridal spray of pink ami white roses. The home was adorned with carnations smllax, palms and pink azelias. Pink and white hearts concluded the decoration scheme. Immediately after the ceremony a recherche wedding supper was served. The ice cream being pink and white with heart centres. The beautiful gifts of china, cut glans and silver included a dinner service, the gift of Mr. and Mrs, Jones. The happy couple leave today for a short visit to the bridegroom's parents and relatives nt Cnrdston, Magrath and other points. On their return they will reside on a ranch south of Grassy La lie. * * * McKENNA-GILL1S A very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Mary's cathedral, Calgary, Tuesday, Feb. 12, the Kev.-Fnth-or Newman officiating, when Miss Catherine Marjorie Gillis, formerly of Inverness, Nova Scotia, was married to Air. Francis O. McKenna, barrister of Lomond, Alberta. Miss Catherine Madden acted as bridesmaid, while Mr. W. A. Macdonald, of Calgary assisted, tho groom. After the cere- \ P mu i >1 'ft m.1 \ I-1 ^* \ f A J 7 'i F li Delighted t h - ring Merchandise It's wonderful the range of pretty lines of Ready-to-Wear and piece goods we were fortunate in securing for 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 will be pleased to show them. New Wash Goods Pretty 36 INCH AMERICAN PERCALES..... They come in a great variety of si.ripes and small floral designs. All fast* washing colors in light or dark shades. A Special Cloth at 25c WHITE POPLINS, REPPS, PIQUE, INDIAN HEAD AND BEACH CLOTH :iti and 4n inches wide. Suitable for middies and shirts or nurse's costumes. Selling at per yard..............35c, 45c and 65c BALMORAL GINGHAMS FOR CHILDREN'S WEAR AND KITCHEN DRESSES fiO putierns to select from. The cloth is 27 inches wide. Even fine woavi' in chccl;s, stripes and plaids. Ijight or dark colors. Per yard 20c and 25c EXTRA HEAVY GALATEAS AND OXFORDS * l-'or dresses and romper* in pretty patterns, fast colors. Light and medium dark shades. 28 inches wide, per yard..................30c A Bargain 1 only, Dark Rat Coat, size 40. Worth $100.00. Take it for..........$59.00 EXTRA SPECIAL-Safe Waists $6.50 values in crepe de Chines. Selling at $4.75 Hosiery A fine line of silk hose. All All new shades. colors, white, per pair black $1.00 A Swell Range of Colorings in Poplins High grade quality Silk Poplins in shades purple. Russion green, navy, Copenhagen, rose, tan, brown and black. A very serviceable material for dresses or separate skirts, a quality we can recommend. 38 inches wide. Per yard, $2.00. Knitting Yarns per lb. $2.30 The New Fashioi Books are Here. 3379 04 ;