Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
unsDAY, fkhiu:ary 21. 1018 j fir ^1 M - 4 l � lgthbmdgh daily herald page nine COLLINGS Feels confident that these two extraordinary bargains will bring you to her department no matter how cold the weather may be. The First is a Range of House Dresses SI1, only, in a'flnn assortment of colors. They run all the way to $3.59 regular value-hut irrespective oV price, Mza or color, are all to go at Another Plum is an Assortment of 43 Jap Silk Waists Raifging hi price to $6,00. You will have to be very early to secure one of them for ___ wr Our Department Manager s Stock Reducing vent Is certainly making a great hit and no wonder when you come to consider the really exceptional bargains it affords. lo 10. Regular value $G.0(t, Stock reducing price, Boys' Heavy Calf School Boots .lust tile thing for (he ruining out weather. The uppers are all double. stitched and have leather reinforced counter. Sizes I to r>. Regular price 34.75. Stork reducing price 1 MR. v. hf Hudson's ompanu Has two lines which he expects to clear out on rid come carty if you wish to reap th nefit them 100 lbs. On reamery 100 Pairs On utter Scotch Candy Regular value 35c ll*. Limited to 2 lbs. each customer. 2 lbs. for 25c, No phone orders. Ladi Vegetable Silk Boot Hose Warranted fast black. Sizes sy2 to 10. Regular value 50c: pair. Limited to 2 pairs each customer at 30r pair. No phone orders. Hudson's f t - MR. WOODWARD Wishes to draw your special attention to the Linoleums listed below. When you^come to look them over you might as well ask to see the two following specials. 15 Only, Dainty Door Mats Of Atmins'tcr, 'Brussels, 6 Only, Fibre Suit Cases Tn tan and brown. Full tc. Tire regular price run.-; 'size. Regular to $2,75. up to $1.75. To go at Special price h - � i V 17 H Genuine 4 u Linos A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. NO SPACE TO DESCRIBE THEM. COME AND SEE THEM AND COMPARE PRICES WITH THOSE USUALLY ASKED. WE ARE TOO HEAVILY STOCKED-THAT'S THE SOLE REASON FOR SUCH REDUCTIONS. v New Process Linoleum. Regular $ 1.60 per lineal yard Printed Linoleum. Regular $2.00, per lineal year Inlaid Linoleum. Regular $3.50 per lineal yard # * # * $1.49 $1.79 $2.89 MR. BLACKBOURNE is very much' overstocked in 2 lines of merchandise and intends, if price can do it, l � to bring these down to normal. Here they are. Any of Our Men's r Negligee Shirts With stiff or soft cuffs with or -without collars in a grand range of colorings and patterns. Regular to $1.75, for Boys' Navy Blue Jersey Suits With knicker pants. These are absolutely faat. colors and'of very elastic make. A-splendid bargain; * Sizes 24 An 28. Regular $3.00 for' I, ? * * > * > * > > > ? * PERSONAL v V * ? # y � h Mr. George W. Green ad daughter Vi#la, have returned from u five weeks visit in Utah and California. *Mrs. E. L. Laytons little daughter Helen, Is slowly improving. * * * Mrs. W. V. McMillan is taking Mrs. Harmon's place in the Red Cross work for the present. days ago from a trjp to Chicago. * * # Mr. R. R. Davidson has Chicago for a short visit. gone to j THE DEAD Blow out, vou bugles over the rich deaf! There's none of these so lonely and poor of old But, dying,'has made us rarer gifts than gold. These laid the world away, poured out the red Sweet wine of youth; gave up the years to he i Of work and joy and that unhoped t serene fThat men 'call age: and those who would have been Their sons, they gave, their immortality. * 4 : v 4 4 * 4 * * 444*4 4 4 4 RED CROSS NOTES 4 �> > ? ? > V ? 4 Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Dubuc of Pincher Creek are to be. in town for the Harry Lauder concert. Mrs. Ray ,W. I^ellugg expects leave for New York on Saturday, to L. A. Felger has as his guest brother from Montreal. * * * his i" Mrs. W. A, Buchanan leaves for Calgary this afternoon to attend the provincial laws committee of the local council of women. ' * * � * O 4 4 # 4 4 * O Blow bugles blow! They brotight us, for our dearth, Holiness, lacked so long, and love, and pain. Honour has come hack as a king to earth, And paid his subjects with a royal wage And nobleness walks in our ways again; And we have come into our heritage. --Rupert Brooke. The Lethbridge Red Cross shipped to Calgary on February 13th under Mrs. Wm. Scott chairman of the pack-, ing committee, 4G0-I articles as fol-) lpws: 9S4 buck towels, 21(J sheets, 480 pillow cases. 102 slings, 552 T bandages, GO many tailed bdg., 7S6 handkerchiefs, IS bed pan covers, 00 surgical stockings. 12 nurses aprons, 72 wash cloths, 372 flannel binders, 168 pajama suits. 120 day shirts, a6 P. P. bags, 5 dressing gowns, 162 prs. socks, 342 bath towels, 15 pneumonia jackets, 30 amputation dressing covers, 12 operating gowns. # �> �g� �> > > > �� ? V GENERAL ITEMS. ^ > * > > * 4 ? 4 4 # � >>'>�ii..t'*� *********** �4 t#*��.HM'*�#"� i Hurrah! How's This 4 4 4 SOCIAL EVENTS ed in Wednesday's issue.' Those olig-4 4 ^ I ible in the Next-ot'-Kin are fathers, mothers, sons or daughters, brothers or sisters or wives of soldiers serving with the allies. 4 k + Cincinnati authority says corns, dry up and lift out with fingers. t X. Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, says a Cincinnati authority, who tells you that a quarter ounce of a -drug called freezbno can be obtained at little cost from the dru� store hut is sufficient to rid one's/ feet of every hard or soft corn or callus. You simply apfrly a few drops of froezone on a* tender, aching corn and soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire corn can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. The drug is sticky but. dries at once and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even irri-l fresh air, etc. fating the surrounding tissue or skin. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 * - The Next-of-Kin will hold a dance on the 18th of March. * * Mrs.'.W. A. Parker entertained at tea this afternoon. 4 4 4 4 4 4 ;4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 c * 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 The member's of the Hastern Star are asked to meet at the Red Cross rooms Friday afternoon. " Some time^ ago the local council of women appointed a committee to take up the matter of "a baby, welfare woek." As neyer before we realize the importance of conservation of child life. The Nursing Mission also intend to e.vumd their child welfare work this The annual meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter X. O. U. E. is to be held Friday evening, at 7.30 p.m. The Alexander Gait chapter 1. O. U. ft. was represented by throe members at the Halifax Relief meeting In the Board of Trade building Monday night. m* W v The nominations, for officers of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 1. O. D. K. are as follows; Regent, Mrs. Ritchie; 1st Vlco-Regent, Mrs. Starnes; 2nd Vice-Regent, Mrs. Bentley, Mrs. J. G. Robertson; Secretary, -; Treasurer, Mrs. beech; Jficho Secretary, Mrs. W. X Armstrong? Mrs. W. S. Gray, Mrs. F. Home; Standard Bearer, Mrs. T. F. Kirkham. Council--Mrs. Maynard, Miss Tilley, Mrs. Terrill, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. K. T). Johnson, Mrs. W. S. Gray, Mrs. H. Loni Mrs. Ewart, Mrs. Chas. McK.il- Old Timers will be interested in learning that. Lieut. John Godfrey Mc-' (Caul, son of C. C. MeCaui, K.C.. Edmonton, formerly of IMacleod, has been awarded the Military Cross. * % m The body of Flight-Lieut. Charles 13. Burden who was killed in England on January 22nd, has been brought to Toronto for intermont. He is a brother-in-law of Major Bishop, V.C.. who was married to Miss Burden on his return from the front this sum-m er. j Cranbrook ladies held a book tea and secured 500 books for the soldiers hospital at Balfour, B. C. P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4*44444* WEDDINGS 44 4 4*4 444 444444 DODU-JACK Tho marriage took place today in j Medicine Hat. of Mr. Allan-Jack, a well known Lethbridge citizen to Mrs. Dodd, who has been connected with the Chinook Coal Company. * t. �� 4� # > 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 vour in !he wav of advlalug young t lop, Mrs. J2. II. Wilson, Mrs. Penny-mothe/-s regarding food, earthing, j father, Mrs. N# T. McLeod, Mrs. R. R. Davidson, Mrs. J. G. Robertson, Mrs. Mathows, Mrs. Cocci, Mrs. G. B. Mac- 4 4 MAGRATH RECEPTION v A If your wife wears high heels she ill be glad to know of'this^Ad^; - ni TJuu'ewa.H a, aBistBltevin. the item re I Kay, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Whiddington, ernbersnij) in the Noit-of-Kin' p'rlnU1 Mrs. Fairfield Home, R Miss Tilney. able home at Magrath in honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Keeler (nee Miss Alton Jensen). Mr. David Keeler is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Keeler of Provo Utah. Mr. J. B. Keeler is a prominent man in Provo City, as also in the L. D. S. church, being president of the Utah Stake and vice-president of the B. Y. University. Provo. Mrs, Keeler Is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mm. Chris Jensen, well known and popular people in this district. Mr. Jensen is among the largest ranchers in this locality. Mrs. Keeler is a talented musician and a favorite among the younger set. The guests were received in a cordial manner by Mr. and Mrs. Jensen a,nd made welcome In their home. The bride looked extremely well in a pretty gown of cream charmeuse and shadow lace. Palms, ferns, carnations and roses were used In decorating the rooms and in the dining room, the color scheme was red streamers and green fern. The guests were delighted with the piano selections given by the bride, also Mrs. J. A. Ririe and vocal solos from Messrs. J. O. and J. H, Bridge and P. D. Clarke,. Every one joined in the games which were played and had a jolly time. The original song competition was enjoyed by all and some real fun was had when the adjudicator, ,7. A. Ririe gave his decision. During the evening a dainty buffet luncheon was served. Mrs, Jensenw'Bs assisted in entertaining by her sister. Mrs. J. O. Bridge and Mayor Reunion and wife, who had charge of the games. In the dining room Sihe was assisted by Mrs, h. Ras-mussen, Miss Gibb and Miss Cleo Jensen an'd also Masters Solavee Jensen and Guy Taylor. At the close of the evening the wedding cake was passed to the guests by Master Lolavee Jensen. The couple were the recipients of many beautiful and useful presents and the best wishes of* their many friends for a long and prosperous life.^ Mr. and Mrs. Keeler were married in December and have lately returned to Magrath, where they will make their home. About 100 guests were present and enjoyed the hospitality at the Jenseu home. PLAINTIFFS WIN able to earmark and follow the plain--tiff's money in the hands of Marsden and gave him a lien on his lands and chattels to the plaintiffs. , D. S.:Moffat, with whom was G. H. Gray, solicitor, Toronto, acted for the plaintiffs, McCuIIough, and Forster. A. H. Clarke, K.C., acted for the defendant. Get Judgment For Big Amount Against Toronto General Trusts FOURTH DEATH IN HOTEL.' FIREJ Winnipeg, Feb. 20.-the fourth death from Injuries received in, the Riveryjew Hotel firc which occurred early in February, was recorded*at, the general hospital tonight when Bessie Morau, waitress at the hotel, succumbed to the effects of burns WILL HAVE SOty'E RESULT London, Feb. 20.-Replying to a>! question in the house of c'ominous to-; day, Andrew Bonar Law, the .govern--, nient spokesman, said it was much too/ soon to assume that the Irish convention would1 have no result. � * 11 O 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PINCHER CREEK WEDDING 4 044 4 444444444444 r One of the prettiest wedding recep-j tions ever held in Magrath was that given on Monday evening by Mr. and M/%. Chris Jensen at their comfort- 4 4 ^� 4. * > * 4 4 4 4 4 One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place in St. John's church, Pincher Creek, on Wednesday, February 20th, at G.30 p.m., when Miss Francis Helen, youngest daughter of Calgary, Feb. 20.-Mr. Justice Walsh , , . . . gave judgment yesterday fit favur of dt)0Ut 1116 legs awi b�a>-the plaintiffs, in the action brought by George Roberts McCuIIough and James Hurst Forster, against the Toronto General Trusts Corporation as administrators of the estate of Henry Marsden, Jr., for a sum to be settled between the parties which.will amount to between $40,000 and $50,000, and also granted the plaintiffs a lien on the lands belonging to the Marsden estate, at Carmangay, and also on certain chattels belonging to the estate. The plaintiffs were the owners of certain lands in Saskatchewan which were put into the hands of Henry Marsden. Jr.. as selling agent. The plaintiffs- claimed that a large amount of the money realized by the sale of the. land was retained by Marsden, and used by him lo pay off indebtedness on land owned by him at Carmaugay. and to satisfy other creditors of his ow 11. From the evidence the judge was CaaV>. l k r - ^ 1 .f'