Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
23, 1917 IlF.nAT.D 'PAGE NIMH. fill i A very pie'islnj; feature of llvo an.-jlo commeiic'o work )Wl mectlne of Ilio 'AlGUniler Qali ivltti In lii'Mlllon J399.77 In Hio Ko- flmpUf, I.'O.ip. E., Soldiers' Fjiud.B'nti J278.30 In Jie llic'iannoiincc-llho of. War Fund, iienl by the treasurer In her. fojiorl Mrs. J. lunVuiior lial Ilio turn of liail been' the Prhoiicrs of.War committee, told 'aleed by tlio chapter durliiE the year, 'ol work that his been douo for tho ieporiB Irani officers and convenors, b'nh. 1st parcels if committees' all KBVO, sent o'ncb- every In tineo'of tho godii'.work that each'year addition (o .rnoiiey, icnt -10 provide B Increasing.1 During the past 'At Christmas ah o'llrti effort '1.387.CO has expended for, was fifcrul aa much aa pos: jrhlclr hai Lcoiii'linlllod Into 2275 sljilo lo'lbcso ino.ii., EUlkom women ialrfi of locksl.nn'd a few mufflora and 'anu the Southern I'ralrlo Women's lelracli; 1030 iislra'cl IhcEO socku Institute a( Galiern, In- rere knit- by-, the school children, tcreslcd In Hits work anil sent parcels lirely a remarkable record1. Bplen-'i regularly. Since'Feb. Jet (he sending W workliai been done by the hasjliecn; prohibited, but rd or a new under- now nil effort.Is Icing.made to send fklnn duilpg yenr. Tho work money lo Ilio it'ed Cross lipadquartora luongst the dependents of MIL' Patrl- hvlitch now ECHO, the parccjfi direct. and orphans ot I A report of Iho Patriotic. Fund blillcri iai. liicriaEOd slnr.e Hie lant by Mrs', Frank Coin- nuil meotlni, and no doubt will man, .wan read by Mrs. J, It. Oliver, ntlnue .to do so an Ions aa the war Tho .work, ol thts auxiliary has grown atfl, ..i J to such' an cxtcitt lli'al Mrs. A. Tho returned soldiers have not been iltlcItaimV and -Mrs. K. A. Stinrman rcollon, and limldca visiting each now spond-tlic', mornings alternately turned nan, a' .moving picture ma- nl the I'atrlollu Fund pnico and here l.'io donated lo tlio Frank flonl- recelvo 'cbmpblnls and 'answer en- ccrulng year. ;A'licarly vole'ol thanks for the re- tiring ofllcora was rawed, bundles of baUu, niagazluoa and jm-l them. .UiQ'iloW o( cvcirerailer work; ta'd lo tb'e coralnyywr.yriic new rcgeiil, Balonlkl, Franco and England. In mombcrs (or nearly every- carV letters of thanks Boiib nlho havo been received. Mis, Dawson'a report ol tlm educa- llonal conimlltiio showed the excel. lent work that Is going on In the knitting being inoro eilm- slvcly tahon up Ihls year. A large sum o[ mbnoyJ for wool has been'te; cclvcd from the collection A very succeaeful essay competition was held last Kaslcr. .To oncourago'lho children cards are'given to Ihein oii which Is ciilcred Oio nurnbor ol sochs knlttcil. At tho end of tho war' these cards will bet turned Into Ihc chapter and cerliriralcs will he Blvcn lo Ihc children. o( the knitting, Mrs. Itoli- lEir.oci laid special stress on Iho con- tlrual cry for socks and nioro socks. 'Colored, liandkerclilefs hi lareo num- Ilailfax, N, S., Feb. Itritlsh Hlearner'put In-liero yesterday from a United for a Irans- Atlaiitlc port on passengers. Among them were IS women anil three children. Bicamcr was iiiiiiuncjumi.-ii> ui Muuk I tnrco cniiurep. iuu BLuauiui ham hai-o lieoil penl away. At Christ-1 b t (o snl, the Cuslom3 jc- ma3 1800 and 1000 pairs of snckK and a number of handVerclilcrs partmenl reiuscd to Efant nor clear- iwcrk sent overseas. Mrs. Oliver flud "ncc lepers until all women and Oalbralth spend each Friday at ehWren the schools superintending the knit- ling. Offictn for the Year The officers lor the year arc: He- moved. The lias orders lhat no'more passports lo Canadian women aud children to Knglanil would be Issued. They were ashore this morning and go money refunded. Most 01 ma passengers were from the 'vice-regent, Mrs. A. 13. StalTord; sec- upper provinces. One woman came .1.. elson, D. 0. An work in a inunl- .nn i d his and tary, Mrs. 11. Benlley; counchlors: child with him also came ashcro with The officers lor the year arc: He- n; lent, Mrs. J. N. Hrst vice- pa3S5 regent, Mrs. G. W. IloliliiEOi'i; secoml of paE 'vice-regent, Jlrs. A. n. StalTord; sec- upper provmuen. UMU relary, Mrs. E. Alnswortli; treasurer, way .from N'el Mrs. George Slacey; AustralJau going to w. Jlrs. J. A. Jackson; "Echoes" ciicrc-1 [actory who had ol the ti'oldlers, Etld that 3EJ aturday Economy Notes from tlie "Bay Boys' Suits are Marked at Economy Prices for Saturday Mrs. Chas. McKlllop, Mra. R. Tl. Ba- vUson, Mrs. W. S. Gray, Mrs. R. May- nard, Mrs. J. G. KbllorUoii, Mrs. 1. n. Oliver; Mrs. Alvin niploy, Mrs. J. N'. Kennedy, Mrs. 0. II. Human and Mra. S. J. ShODlicrd. An election was necessary (or coun- cillors only, fl3 Hie oilier officers ivoro elected by acclamation. Deforc retiring regent, Mrs. them, anil was practically without means. Hoblnsoii thanked the members for fortification their loyal support and urged upon Deach. WILL APPROPRIATE LAND Albany, N. Y.. Feb. unanimous vote today the aenalo' nassed the bill. to provide for the: seizure by the atale of the laud do-, Eired by the leleral govermuent for purposes at Ilockawny' i1 in II Iln7on IVIon c CATS' Lv UUACll: Iflvll o yllll lo. oUll and stiff cuff s in stripe effects, Black mA White, Helio and White, Blue and range of ii li ii I] II i! J 8 only, heavy qualify Boys' Blue Sorgo Suils.' Hfindsomc- ly mnilo iiirougli- ouf; in n ninnnish Norfolk stylo. Sizn.s 29 to 32. Regulu Very spcc- iril, per .suit. IT) only, Twncds and Worst- ed lioys" Suits in colors ol' nnd browns. Norfolk mid pincli back .style for boys ranging' from 5 to 12 ycnrs. P.E6ULAR Very IjiCjOO. Very special special Ladies' New Spring Attire Affords a Pleasing Selection in Our Ready-to-Wear Section Ladies' New Spring Skirts Offer a choice in Moliuir Stripes, Pltihls and Sillcs. All perfectly made and tailored throughout. Ladies' New Spring Suits 'Iii tailored ami fancy styles in Navy, Kusshin Green, Copenhagen and Black. JVcwest triitiiiilngs with large fancy collar give a pleasing finish to all the new suits. LADIES' NEW MOTOK COATS In Tweeds'. Full length styles. Just Opened, 800 yds. Palm Beach Silks Stnpes with Brocades on white ground with bold cr dainty strtpes (n all the new colors. Full 36 Inch. Specially priced for Saturday. Per yd., SPORT CO ATS In Ijlanket cloths; checks and slrlpes. olfflr a splendid choice in new' spring apparel. CHILDREN'S COATS The largest range ever displayed. Hanging froiii it'lb 1C stripe velvets, scarlet Mack and ivhil'c checks, while blanket.clotha, navy' and brown shDdes. 1 Prices arc as usual, moderate. New Voile and jMarqu'isscltc Cinitnins In Ivory and ecru shades. Hemstitched and lace edgings. 36 .to 40 inches "Curtain Gppda and a pair. New Lace Ciu'tains In- ivory, whfte and ecru. Neat patterns. 38 to inches wide. ysrdc long. Priced .fil.15, and a pair. 'Madras Fiiic Scotch Quality 'In rream color only. 38 iiiclics ylrtc, yaj-d 30c IBook Sjjot Mtislin in aplendiii quiiUty, neat range ol patterns. 3fi inches wide, yard 25c '4S inches wide, yiird -v Tapestry Portieres V'i curlain, in a 'line range of shadea.'of, greens, browns cnrl red. ._ ajmli'i Grocery Department Fulrof Bargains for -t Afternoon Tea- Sugar .Cubes. Special, per- o [f Package............ Snidcr's Beans ir Tomalo op Special, 2 Choco- late Baker's Chocolate Half pound.'c'alie's. oo Special.....M.....___ Pure Cocoa In. .seal- ers. Extra special-.... 20c Phone ;313 Wliite Navy Btans Special, o pounds i'oL1 25c To have better results In codk- ing'iteans, spafc orcr nlEbt, off. PuL In Hcan Jar, adil a little By abakiiig over nlsht it makes the beans inoro tender atlds. ereatiy lo flavor. Seal. Brand .Coffee Jn 2 Ib. Van Camp's Soupi. Assorted, per i Campbell's Soups.. Assorted, per tin Gold Bar Seeded Haiaini. .15 package Special Griffin'9 Seedless packages., Special. CB ronolni; bilUidc Euardlan, tor Jliiserore, Canmore. Officers ot MtinlC Leaf chapter No. TT O. E. S., aro requested (o attend a meeting In tbc Masonic hall lo x S Jlrs. F. D. Qcorfcc. of Maclcort Is _ n few rtnys with Mrs. O. II. There will 'bo no intercession scr- rice at St. Cyprian's tcnlghl, hut Harmon. Mrs. GcorgG's-son, V.rlc left there will be choir as U3ual. tlic ilrafl froDl the 7Slh depot battery: t H wan a very by Clioac present at.Iho Illustrated evcn- inp In cn'ijrch on-VVedneartay nlghL Tho vlewa ''of the Vatican were of tho highest and revealed the I MeJlfine lint; secretary, .Sister E. immense wealth- of', art. treasure.- Kogcra, Calgary; treasurer, Slater A At the Cal- gary thU week the election of .the nsacmbly officers Cor the ensuing months resulted aa folloiV'S" PrcsMcnt, .Sister M. B. Mcjnlyre. Ed- 111 on ton; vice 'Rose Invitations arc tssned for a. C. 0. F. dance "on March committee in charge lsJ composed ot Alcssra. W.' O. Matson, A._ D, Wilson, J, E. Clarke and W. llayter, Mr. _an'd'.Mra: H. G. Cockle cele- bralod.tha sixth anniversary of their last night -.-by.; teen of thplr friends. Cards and iancliig wcrn cnjoycfl nniUl.30. Ic telne supplied by Chrislensen. and Mrs. Coctle very, handsome presents, Tlio euesls were Mr. and Mrs. KIschcl, Sir. and Mrs. Ilennetl. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, G. Mias Klschol. Mls3 Lulu KIschel. Mr, JII33. D. Cochle and Mr. Percy.Cockle, ..At rs'i'sonagi! yesterday i Rcr. G." II. Cobpiodick -'.united in marriage .Miss Florence Evelyn Pono stored thero Ihroush successlvo gen -Day; warden, Sisler Foi. Etclllor; of Brandon, Man., and. Mr. Donald erallons. The accompanying address marshal, Si3ter Patrick, Ediiiotitor Earl Clark, of ManvberrTes. Jlr. anfl by Mrs. R. B. Skeilh was most Ilium- South; conductor, Stslcr While, Stral j Mrs. CIarS.mil reslne nt Manybcrrles inating and Ereatly enhanceU the. well; chaplain, Sister Clark, Wain- where Mr. Clark is manaier of tie IplcnBurc and profit of Iho evening. wright; Inside guardian. Sister Good- Ceo. Ban Lumber Co.