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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta %JIE LETHBRIDGE IMILY HERALD THE PRICES *4 Ouir Department Manager's Stock Reducing Event Is cei'tainly making a great hit and no wonder when you come to consider the really exceptional bargains it affords. ^ Here are some more very strong snaps br FRIDAY AND SATURDAY seUing. Take advantage of them-no matter what the weather may be-they wl,l| iave you money and amply repay you for any Inconvenience the teverlty of the weather may cauae you. By-the-way, Don't miss our Special Grocery Ad. On page 5. Study it every day and calculate the savings it will effect for you. MR. LACKENBAUER Ha� axcelled himself In these two specials for Friday and Saturday. / Men'* Qunmetal & Velour Calf Boots with medium toes, Oooit-year weltod solos and In button or lace styles. All new stock and this sen-son's lasts. All sizes, 6 (o 10. Regulur value ?fi.OO. Stock reducing price, Boys' Heavy Calf School Boots .Tuat tlio thing for tUo c'omlnR out weather. The uppers ai'f all double stitched and have leather reinforced counter. Sizes I to 5. Regular price $4.75. Stock reduclni!: price Genuine Scotch Linos A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. NO SPACE,TO DESCRIBE THEM. COME AND SEE THEM AND COl^P^^ WITH THOSE USUALLY ASKED. WE ARE TOO HEAVILY 8TOCKEO-|TMAT& THE SOl.E REASON FOR SUCH REDUCTIONS. New P/ocesstinoIeum. Regular $ 1.60jper lineal yard $1.49 Printed Linoleum. Regular $2.00, ptrjiineal year ...... $1.79 Inlaid Linoleum. Regular $3.50; per lin^eal yard ... ., $2.89 MR. BLAGKBOURNE li very mueh^ qverttocked in 2 linea of merchandiae and intend*, If price can do It, to bring theae down to normal. Here they are. Any of Our Men's Negligee Shirts With stiff or soft cuffs with or without collars tn. a grand range of colorings and patterns. K�g:ular to' 11.75, for Boya! Navy BiuA . "y\ Jersey Siiits  With, .itnicker  .panis; These are absolutely fa:it.-colors kiid �ot'.'very;elastic- inftkel'A'aplendUl^'biTgainf' Sizes 34 to"'28. 'Uogular $3.00 for-   � ? � t *  * * *, The Next-of-KlB \yill hold' a dance on the 18th ot,>Iia'rdh.'''A' 1 .Mrs.'?;W, A./Parker enlek^lned at tea this afternoon, � ' ; chunch'e8-and':sScieties The 'fnomlftls^9t .Ui^'Bastein Star' are u�kod;to*|he^ti a^lio Bed Cross rooms �JFrlday, afternoon.' ^,j>:'^^i;:t'�iy'*'':vi-� '\. Some tinJ#iJg6''t'Ho local oauuiill of womo^i' ap^ointo4|^(jommlt^ee, to take up the' ludttfer '.o,!!,,',"^ baby, welfare week,'' '^^qn'noye^v be}jl9rp realize t))o importahce i.oH'p.cqnaervatlon of child life. . ' ; The'T>JurBl�S; Mission hlsb intend to. extend thel^jchlld wolfaro work this yottv iu tbe. way ,of , i(4vloln�\younff, motlie/'B regarding lo�4, Wthing,; f)i'oaU.nlr,:eto..,,>5l?..,r;..r,',;'..;,'. ^ . . j fi THE DEAD Blow out.' you bUglos over the rich dea|! * There's none of these ,so lonely and poor, of old , . Buti dylng.Jhaa mode us rarer gifts than gold. ' These laid the world away, poured out  the red . Sweet wine of youth; gave up^ the years to bo '' ( Of work arid Joy and that unhoped 1 serene [That nieu' call age; ahd those' who . would have beep > * Their sons, they cave, their Immor-; tallty.  � : . . t Blow bugles blow! They broijght'us,' for our dearth, Holiness, lacked,so long, and love, and pali;; ' ' Honour has come back as a king to ' 1 earth, , ' ' And-paid his subjects with a royal wage  : And nobleness'walks In .our .ways �again; , '" ' � And we have oome into our hecitage, -.-Uuperti Brooke, /. ed in Wedheadtiy's issue.;;. Tjioae .Uig. Iblo In the 'Neict-ot-Kin/'ave tatherij; mother.";, eons or daughters, brothers or siatovs or .wives of soldiers aer|v.lng with th-'e alUea.:; ' Tht) annual meeting of the RlrAlex-andor Gult Chapter I. O. D. B, is to be;, held/jPridp esVenlng, at 7.80 p.ra; . 'I'ho "A lexandor Oalt'/ chapter 1.1 O, O. E. was represented by throe mom-, hers at the Halifax Relief mctettiifi lif the Board of Trade building Monday night..: N , I Th^ uomiuatlona .tor officers ,o{.t}io Sir Alexander Gait Ch^ipter t. O. D, B; ari? aatoilowsi - Regent* Mrs, Ritchie j Ist Vice-Regent, Mrs. Stnrnes; � 2nd Vice-Regent, Mrs. tientley, Mra,?J. Q; Robertson; Seorietary, -^;. Treasmer: Mrs., lioech;. Echo. Stscretary, Mm. W; J. Armatrongf-Mrs. W, S.-,0r)iy;nMr8, F. Home; :^tttndardvBoaror, Mrs.'JT.Pi Kirkham. >" Couuoll'l-rMrs. Mayn^rd, MlBS"l'lll4yi Mra. Terrlll, Mrs. Armstrong, MrB.Kfi' D. Johnson, Mrs. W. 8. Gray, Mi'a, l\i liona Mr8.;!Bwart, Mrs. ehaBi.'McI?!!* lOP.lirB. fi)., H, WllBoi), M�*H. .eennyr father, Mrs.^N* T. McLeod. Mr^. R,-RV Davidson, Mrs, J. G. Robertson; Mi'�, Mathowa, -Mm, Cocq, Mra, Q, B. 'Ma'c^-Kay, Mrs. MorrlBj sMrB. WhWdlnkWiii? ^T!i, Pftlrflold Worno, >Ila8 Tllnw.,i.'!:  *  > > *  4 *  � � - RED CROSS NOTES � ? > � > The Lethbrldge Red Croas shipped to Calgary on February ISlh under Mrs. Wm. Scott elmirman of the packing committee, 4fl0'l articles, as fol-Ipwa: 984 huck towels,' 216 sheets, 480 iMllow cases, 102 ^ GENERAL ITEMS. > � .^  * *0W Timers will bo interested in learning that Lieut, .lohii Godfrey Mc-1 caul, son of C. C. McCttUi, K.C., Edmonton, formorly of Macleod, has been awarded the Military Cross. > The body oC Flight-Lieut. Charles E, Burden who was killed In Bngland' op January 22nd, has been brought to Toronto for inlermont.- He la a b/oth^r-in-Iaw of Majdr Bishop, V.C., who -waa married to Mlsa Burden on hta return from the froht this summer. / jCranbrook ladies held a book tea and secured 500 bookafoV the.soldiers hoapUal at Balfour, B: G. ' .��    � �  . � �\ .'::  WEODINQB  *- . � .l^^   � � \ . DODD-JACK .' Tlio marriage took place 1 today in M'Sidtcino Hat of Mr. AUau-Jaok, a well Hnown Lethbrldge ultlcen - to Mrs, Doi)d, who has been connected with the Chinook Coal Company, / '.'   �. \ 4> 4>4>� �  , � .*  ' MAQRATH RECEPTION � ^! >��'*� . /One o( the prettieittiiyrQddinR reoep-^ioni|ii ever held In'-Magratlt was thM ly;�{n oh Monday evenlnc by Mr. and - - cijris Jenson at V thelj;. ppmfort^ able home at Magralh 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 preaident of the TJtah.Stake and vice-president of thij B. Y. University. Prove. Airs. Keeler is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mra. Chris Jensen, well known and popular people in'this district, Mr. Jensen,Is among the largest ran-chQi's In thlat locality. Mrs. Keeler is a talented muBlclan and a' favorIt,e among the ypunger aet. The guests were received In a cordial manner by Mr. and Mrs. Jensen i^nd,made welcome In their home. The bride looked e^-treroely well'In a pretty gowp of cream oharmeuse and shadow lace. Palms, terns; carnations and rosea were used hi decorating the rooms and In the dining room, the color scheme was red atreamera and green fern. The guests were delighted with the piano selections given by the bride, also Mrs, J, A. Rlrie and va#al aolos from Messrs. J. O. and .T, H, Bridge and P. D. ClarkQ. Every one Joined in tUo games which wore played and had a Jolly time. The original song competition was enjoyed by all and some real fun was had when the adjudicator, J, A. Rlrle gave hia de-claion.'.During the evening a dainty buffet lunchooir was served. Mra, Jenaen/woa aaaiated In entertaining by her sluter, Mra, ' J. O, Bridge and Mayor Bennlon and wife, who had ciiarge of the games. In the dining room abe waa aasiated by Mrs, L; Raa-inuaaon, Mlaa Gibb and Miaa Gleo Jensen aifd alao Maatera Solnvee Jensen, atid Guy Taylor; At Che close of the evening the wedding cake waa passed to the guests by Master Lolavee Jenaen. Tlio couple were the reclplenta of many beautiful and uaelulprea^nta, and the beat wishes of their tqany friends fov a long and proaperons life. Mr, and Mrs. Keeler were m^r-rletr in December and have lately re-: turned to Magrath, ^vhere they will make their home, "About 100 guests, wore' present .and enjoyed tl^e boa. pltallty at the Jensen home.  * � ��� ...:,>,>*; One ot'tUe.pi'eltleat weddings tlte seaaon took place In St. John'H chur�l>,! Plnobeir GreeK- n Wednesday.' S'ebrur ary; 2�u�;iii.a^'i')e,S0 p.m., whan \ Mlas Franclf[,^JI4lg!Af"^oungeat daughter of Get Judgment For Bin Amount AffHinst Toronto...General Trusts ' Calgary, Feb. 20.-Mr.'Justlce^Walsh gave judgment yetlierday lir'liivur of tl>e plaintiffs, lu the action brought by George Roberts McCuUpugh and James Horat Forater, against the Tpronto General Trusts Corporation aa admlu-istratora of; the;estate,ut HeAry,f Mara-,1 den, Jr., for a sum to be settled between the parties which .will amount tobetween MO.OOO and |50,000, and also granted the plttintlttA.a Hen on the lands belonging to theyMaraden estate: ati Carmangay, and. also, on eertnln chattels belonging to the eatate.. .The plaintiffs were the owners of ce'HaIn lands in Saakatoliewan which w�re put into the hands ofllonry Marsden, .Tr.. as aelling agent. The );^intift� claimed that a large amount ofitUe ijDoney realized by the aale of the land was Marsden, and uapd by hira to pay off Indebtedness on land owned by htm at Ciirmangay, dml to satisfy other cveditora' of hia own. ' , ' .from.,the evidence the judge waa able to,eavmark,and.fOlloi?^>the,plaln. titt's moneyt in the handsioC M,arado;K and gave.him a lien on hia IaD'4%and!] Ehattela to the plalnttlfa. iD. S..>Ioii. fat,vwith.whom waa O. H, bray.iapllcl-* tor, Toronto, acted' for tba plBinUtfa; ,'McCullougU and Forster. A; H. Clarkev K,C., acted for the defendadt. FOURTH. DEATH IN HOTEL' FIREJ Winnipeg, Feb. 20.-Tlje. fourth . death from �Injurlea recetYe4''in, the '."i! Rlverv>w'Hotel firo which;opiuyred ' '".-'Ji early In Febi-uary, was'recorded, at ^%\\^ the general hoanltal 4 lion would have no>e�ttl^. ,?4|v'/3|4 Mr. and Mrs. A, Shbad'became tl>e br(de of Mr, .rames Hwart Macadams, of Bollevue, Rev. A. W. MoMlchael oftiolating. The bride was glv^n away by:Mr. O. 8. Deslando^i'nnd waa nasiat-ed; by her. sister Mlaa.vB- A. (Shend; wbilov Mr. 'J, B. McRoborts Supported the groom, only the immediate rola-tivea and friends wltue8al^g�i,h�L�ere' niouy, >' '"'"vi ,Ths bride waa the rece|plwt'. o( many gifia among which w^a n beau; tiful pendant, the gift of the groom. The bridesmaid was ,proaente(|', yrltU, a lovely pewrl snd'-umothyft'wiooch; and the groomsman' a tie-pin^ with pearl aeltlug, , '. , r. After thb,ooremony t^'^e bmal^party-partook of a amptuoua'repaat 'at^thel home of iho bride, after which the happy coupioleft on tup'evenlng train; for'Calgary, i h " . "' 'y.i � ' Mr, and Mm, MacUdam'aif^Jilrreside ln',,8aUevuei.w,,^.^ enMB actlifg nmnagerjot Union ;