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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 22, 1917 THE rMrr.v PAfiB SEVKflff s.y.-j1-fi. meeting 'of, tho'-WymeD'g-branch" of the llcJ will iiut be held tomorrow. Tho mcmbera of tlio Eastem Star lire asticd 16 sow al" the lied Cross rooms loinorro'rv afternoon, Olllcora or Mipl'j Chapter No. There wjll another rehearsal of tho ycmrig' iieoj'lo Of Wesley churc 'flre'retjuefllo'i to attend a tomorrow-nteH promisl. In Iho'-Mafiiinlc liall on Fri day; fell. 23, at g o'clock. taking port-arc'urged lo lie pro2cuU Mrs. Martin- went' yesterday "at- ternboailo Edmonton' "to rcmatii with Now nrttnlii, Fob, Ion a I guardsmen today are jialruK- llic streets of tfetv llrtlalii'-and wu companies of first Infantry ailed out by Jlolyi-omb, continue! here for''GCV- ?ral "days, The guards' nrqmid m'-iriy anntaUiaVQ DCOI Reinforced, rrccau- IDJIS have Ijccn laken of scv-l 'ii litre laet night, of origin. Th'o other i..V; raa'duoio accldgnt Property losses] run lo ?50JOOD.-Thc.'ouL-j standing feature was iho excitement and ncrvnuEneas" CiiuEcd by-the At Hie outset citlzcne kiuw. lljatiaii ,ncendiary'_ivas at, work. Bent lo the train by the I.O.D.ti. for the Loyfl lo have OH their Irlp cast. i .The Daughters and jVfa Ms'of'Eng- land held nnolher successful whbL drive JRBL night In' the S.O.E. Uall. There wen" Last .evening', a; lapgo al (he V.M.C.A. Miss, Idutcne Honey fictlaV publlcr recital tlie pftst'lwo years' tills' pro raising elocu (loii'fit, has and Mr, Held, first; Mra. llalllday Mr.UJuft, fibcondi Mrs, nuUori A cago of'Oratory. fictt )s a youngjjatly, of Uoney [Jlenco at- this 'recital will be given to the Red Cross. Lady Tupper, u-lfc of Sir Charles ___ ________ ___r.. Illbbcrt, Tuiiper, regent or the U. C. production gave excellent.opportunity the' au ''Tho Dawn of a -Hd Th'lfl3, Eomewhat of the Empire; and for the past IS pe'rlcnccd. readers might )nve hcsilat years one of'Iho leadcrs-of tnc acllvl- cd lo attepi'pL it, but Mtaa.'llon ties, of thut organlaztlon in Drlllshj deserves' great' credit for her eym -has refused to allow. pathellc The reclla go In notnlhalion for rc-clcc-.was given under the auspices of the tloii ns regent.-. There nre number- of-nominations .to Tupper lu office'. TakfnE first; holiday out of tjcrlft fyjbars.-'.Hla' Honor Winter; a large IJIg Sisters' of church, tlic succeed to'the soldtefs' Con valescent llomel In fiddltioQ the; eloeullonarj numlerq, pn lha program. Misses .Hurra1 Hazel llts.'WIn- Myrle O'llagen and fjonn played 'duet, Minnie iind .Youns played. on, the beucb court Juilge for rilno years, for three years heforc he. was' police magistrate In garj-( aiifl (or the clsht precedlns 'years he" was registrar in Iho lands of- fice'. barrlate'r to oc- cupy Iha'poallloTi .of police TnaglEU-ato hi "has been a'nenlsl- cnt! wqrXct'In-'and out of court, but has finally.been .pcrRiiadcd, ntter an. 'attack (earned News-Telegram. I One of most'ipleflSBnt evenings spent by the executive of West- Sunday' Bchool was thai of last eycnlng'aL the home ot Mr. and Mrs) Road.. The gallierihg.'waB Ih'hpnor of tho-blrlh- the home, Phyllia.atid hirthdtty. The home, which has Just been recently decoratedj presented a Tery attractive'.'', appearance, aud sthe general hospitality of. Ihe hosts added "lo iho wanuth of the occaaipn.-. Some 25 mehibera-of tint eoullve-eaihercd al Ihe Ellison-jinl drove out'to the King jng the frosty air iiittiar Sunday ecliool dymns. they the King home, chicken dinner was availing ill.tlie dalnttes that Eolith (he dinner' thc.'evehirfg ,iyae spenl.ln a happy Sundaj' school'Work- 6'rsiarrWeiJ Irr the" 'hour of midnight, long to jhe executive meeting held in the King iome.' The Jnsplrallon'of Ihe evening TTilFbe-s-new Incentive, for effective !D Sunday y- 'i and doncihg.ciijbyed.' V place i Deaue, of '.h Canadian' Mounlc Police, CQplaior'.neahe 'If now throughout Alberta. Ile.apent 30 years :WD YOU TO O'Uil STORK MOW rrstit THAT OirPKRMC. AT VR10ES LS HIGH m JWM, WO OTMM KIND 6.V OOOD.S, JUSTCOMJnMAWDSto: OUR VRUViSS WJLL OOIVIP3U, YOU TO 3VUY, 1 JUST OPENED. 800 YARDS PALM BEACH SILKS AWNING STRIPES ON WHITE GROUND WITH BOLD OR DA'lNTY STRIPES IN ALL THE NEW COLORS, FULL 35 INCH. SPECIALLY PRICED FOfl FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Ao.tlie ;22. lion. J.' R oyibf.uunist' education, Informed resenting the" AVo- CpuncflB of Alberta waiting upon him with "rcfcrdivco' LpJ Ine care of, mental tlib government Lad'not yet succc In right kind of specialist to be placeil In charge of the inslltu- lion at Hod Deer and llm confwjuent- ly IL -would probably IJD a year' Le- fore IL was in operation. It ivovifd be Tor Mils man, wlien he was appoint cd, to work out nil the details, The deputation was of llic opinion that, tbiiictlilng should be done In cities for backward children by having special classes. In reply' to" their rcriuest that sLalisttca should be of tlctectivcs, Mr.' Iloyle Informed tho deputation that'a very carclul survey of the hail been made and he-'slated .that Ttfien. the government had been able'to olitaiu their mental defective specialist he would be able lu work out with the dllferertt school boards" a Ecliemevwhereby IhtoV woiilJ he apply'a proper test to as- cerlaih whelher a" child was defective or ouly.a little retarded In velopment. The deputation'consisted o[ Mrs. 0. O.'. ICdsfartlB, Maclcod, 'provincial vice- president of .the National .Council Lpt ;HiElnbotiiam, L'eth- Boys Suits .are Marked at Economy Prices for Friday and Saturday in Ihe leaving Calgary' bridge; :Mrs. R. It. Knlghl, Eiliuontou; about two )7earE ricano was superintendent at. Ihe liar-racks here rnr.a.'nuoiber. of 5'earsJ This Is bis Iblrd .The Bulltfoga Are Comingl MANAGES BIG ESTATE WHILE HlJSBAN.rj Mrs. .wife orthe Dritisli Norlh Africa maringer.'l'g clfic- MrMt. A. E. Plnhney, Verraiilon, and Mrs. Reginald Smiib, WOFGflVUS IflGIVESETILERS lic-avy quality Boys' Blue 'Serge Suits. Hnndsonic'- ly made Ihroiigh- L mainiisli c. Sizes out ii suit. 15 only, Tweeds and Worst- ed Hoys' Suits in colors olj greys and browns. Norfolk nnd pinch back slyle J'or boys riinging from o lo 12 years. REGULAR Very Very special Very JMcii's Box Kip 'fining and A" splcii- for spin i d rcss (Speclnl'm the Herald) Edmonton, Feb. the emmcnl recognized Iho iniporlance of the serred h'y :m liglib work. JJJKCS 6 11. Spcc'jal __, Groceries Specially Priced lor Quick J Selling Friday HedVy Pack Tomatoes. No. 3. Our exlra special. 3 for ODC Canned _Corn.. 2. 1 2 'tins for upC :Finist GranulitEd .Per 10 Ib. sack 3UC Fresh Roasted 'Peanuts Per 'Ib....'.....': a Ibs, :35c Soda Biscuits. Regularly sold for 40c, 'blira' special per tin............ jDCj EO .tins only California Peaches. No. Extra lin ;......___. LtdC A full line of Airline Pure Honey. Ranging in .price 15c, 35c and '...-.DDC Fancy r Lemons, Grapes, Grape Fruit, Marmalade .Oranges, Bananas and Apples of.dliftr- fnt varieties. Misses'.Tau 15ut- tnu Shoes. AVcry'com-, Tbilnblc' and dressy; slioo for school or strcpt .wear, wilh medium liOnvy solas .and -wide .fitting! Sixes 1( to "2-.; Friday and Sal-unlay Special IN GlGHTr VOTES'" PROB'ABLE .IN [he rocnfiurc arc. claiming -that Tit >vil the Alhabasca Vallcj1' 'railway thai FOR PATRIOTIC FUNDJ MINNESOTA -f jcarry.wUli at least SO votes Iri. ils they were making arrangement lo :OLtaWTr Feb. iialrioticf Si." Paul.' Feb. favor. gel the pcojile rallu-ay I generosity at the Canadian people Is hod sway.'ifi- the lidusc of rcprcschln- anfl lhat if it were possible the strikingly emnhasizert-in lives lliis affernobn', lirgfhg the to the'patriotic fund. A grand total age of Iho A. M. I'cl'erson LiII iently cs'late (or the big to avoid as far as tlio BrlLish c6mna'ny, whllo her husb'aml, callon ot lines; raHsvnys tcr iv'ould he dealt wllli this'session, was the reply of Premier Sifton'rn bcliaH-ot the gOTermricht (o'llic hrte deputation that waited ippn IMIII, Hoti. Dimcari Marshtill'And Hon. Chas. Stewart this morning, from l'ie. Clear- water find Pemliinii 10 advocate'- a change of roiitq_.of. tfco line. (present, iThile is "Oiir added the 'Ms ibut not ncUially paid in. Included in tri assist railways lo bullil in .thrFCtthc latter amount arc (he Snlas! con- porKons of the country the julbulfons from ilpnlreal anct Toronto, people hove'no railway racili'ica 'finil pC is now in siglit, j HlH suffvaee.-lo women Ity canslUli- lund first, talked ot tlonal _ -_ -__. the 'was; expressed that (tic. The carlj' arguments all in tlon filed (oJay by Ills widoir and DEWEYJS ESTATE-IS Washing ton, Feb. 20j. -r-'TiVdriitr' Dewey's estate n-as -valued, in n for letters of'admimBlra-. iorship and moving that .the be appointed (administratrix. The tition foril. that. Lhe Admiral no real property- .'.Mrs. Gavin aoddRU, a' native for 50. years one of pe- left 6t bcat.known residents of'Gall, country d6 ivcll K five millions' favor .of .suprorlers''oT tlic latter renouncing clalnl'to exccn- ago. .vcre The successive campaigns have.; brought fn cash .up to (he Her husband died several When Bilious, Headachy, Soar Stomaijr, Bad Breath, T-. Bad Colds. IT Gel a hox. .a tonight to clcanao ynur-I.ivcr. Stomach and Elowol3, nnd you v.'lll surely feel grcal by morning. "You men and women vrho htivo hcafl- ache, coateil.tongue, a hart colil, nro Bilious, lictvous, upact, holhered with 3; sick, dtailrdcred stomach, CT.I tfave tackache atiA (eel all worn out. Arc "-you. R'ctplng-Jyour bowels clean merely forcing A passageway every few dnyf with sails, cathartic nllla or eaitor oil? Irumcdtaloli cleanse ,ind regulate UiG etornAch, rcraore tho sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul eases; Inkp the excess bllo from Thcn the Uar d an ell pa pa Iph wfla.. unier., Shc'nna been with' Ihc Itoyal I'.cd Crois by-King Ocorac. close In the at SIR MONTAGUE ALLAN STAYS IN ENGLAND he route o[ the Athabasca Valley mil-1 Montreal. Kelt. he is way tlic eovernincnl will i-TJnetalncu In London as chairman of give effect to: that policy Inr it'11'0 board of pcnstoiis, and will proh- s possible haying rccnrd lo the lop-j BtaV tllCT'c a >'car lh- COT1- ot tbc counlrv. iclurlonot the war, Sir Montague Allan Wrl of the vrns Teslgucil Hie of the [arlf Inlcresled In i el -.vns having Iho line slnrl from near St. Albert, biit It was yiolnlefl out that there would nol only jo a" duplication of railways here with- n a aliflrl Oialance'of each qlhcr, but .lial llic.roiito would he considerably cngthcned to Holmes Crossing, which ft Is admitted (9 Ihc objcctlvo lo be aimed p.i. Tho route laid down tor Ihe ralhvny is from Busby on the K. D. C. o Fort ft' distance of !omc fifty mil03 through A well set- llei country In, which the -people en- gaged (n mlicd'farmlng'and-ln grafn ralglng. S5omo of the farmers have now to haul thcfr produce over .fifty es, nn average haul Is 25 miles. iclri Ihis rest for a numhcr of years." WANT A BRIDGE Kdmonton, Feb. deputnllo'n from tho "rtoiv Valley consiltutcnci thai varuvl upon Premier Sifton Snd Uon. Chaa. Stcwarl, mlnlstcrj of .mil- Ulan, this morning tho erec- tion ,ot a brlfigo over the Red 'Doe'r rii'er. at Km Orson's Porrt, wcrD in formed thftl Ihc government-apprec- prt tho necessity of this of communication the C. P. p.. and lli.U an engineer from tho department of public works vroiiW oe the dlRtrict' to delermtnc the most'suit- a Me tocailon. H was pointed out lhal owing lo Ihc rapid riac and (all of lha river, a ferry semca wcia o[ HUlq and tlial -In' "conse n.ucbte Eomo of.Uio farm era hud not. yet got out the 1015 crop. ecncral hosiiUul. Ho had WIIEKE IGNOKANCE'-IS BLISS, Cartoon flrSwn by soldier til'the front. ;