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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta -------; ,.r,*v;v. .�; . tSiri3 -SlKTIIBWmOE daily HERALD^ PAGENINB �--------,1111 MAKINGRINGS - - - - - - - w - V* W WW w w THE PRICES O O O O O 6 b O O O 0 0 0 O O OO O .O O O 0..0 O O O O O OO O O 0 O c00 O 00 0 O O O O O 00 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o-qo MORE SNAPS FROM THE Ladies' Deps^rtment TO MAKE ROOM FOR INCOMINQ Q00D8 , 28 only, Silk Taffeta Underskirts i ' In a lovely rango ot colors. Kcgular to �1,90. | wq for ....N......................'........ itCU Ladies' Skirt Specials  These nin In navy and black sorgo iiml'vonotlan. black, groon, .I'ntl brown velvet, ami velour checkR anil ; strlpeB. . . Regular $7.75 to $9.00, for ..... $5.00 iReguIar $11.50 to $1275, for $7.50 Regular $13.50 to $16.75, for $12.50 Regular'$9.50 to $11.00, for .. i $6.00 This Department Manager's Stock-Rediicing Evetit Is Prpving a r , Phenomeilal Success Are you taking advantage of it? If not, you are missing a most exceptional opportunity. The goods are absolutely new and fresh and for the coming season. Another week or so and our stocks will be reduced to normal conditions, when the prices will go to the regular level. These offerings.^are for - Tuesday & Wednesday Only The Dry Goods Section HAS TWO VERY-SPECIAL OFFERINGS AT PRICES TO MAKE ONE WONDER G5 ONLY, VERY DAINTY^ "Bucella" CrocHel He res a Rare Chance for Ladies Wearing a to 4 Shoe Ladles' Vatcnt, auumel- LADIES' FINE BLACK Dl and Dull Kid Glaze Kid Blucher Boots ' with low heels and iiat- stylo m A & a mtlng. A '^Ps- An ''^eal boot for very dressy shoo. Regulnr everydhy wear. AU size, td $4.50 to JS.OO. For Regular $G,GO for PUMI^S with Louis and Freucli heels. Plain and Colonial BED SPREADS Full size. These have white ground With dellcato floral doatgns In pink, red. blu4,' Uello and purple. Ali Tastxol'ors. Uogular $a.2y. Tuesday and Wednesday �only.' Cotton In white or ecru, Inmost any number. Regulai^ 16o ball. TUESDAY kuD WEDNESDAY TO THROW A LIGHT ON I WHiAT OUR HOUSE FURNISHING DEPT. ( CAN DO, WE WILL PLACE ON SALE 200 50 Watt DAINTY Mazda BordeJsarL : -ray wfd^r, dj.versily, of -pat-; ' teriis and 'colors. Regular to 30c for 19c yard. No P, 1 /�n t C.O.V. or Phone orders Kegular oOc tor;, j^. with these. IN OUR MenDepartment For Tuesday and Wedneiday the two following spaelally priced items will be found. Boys' Corduroy Bloomers A LITTLE CLEARING LINE OF 18 ONLY ^ Grey Flannel / Shirts Vith attached collar. J Au extra good wearlnK Sizes Hi'/j and. 17 onlv. quality. Slues 8 to X5 yeara. This in a snap. Regular Regular fZ.SO for $1.75 tor Mary had ajlttlo lamb , Us fleece ,wa�' auUe oxpenslv.e, It folloWed'her to school one-day And cam� home feeling pensive. The little maids at pchool that dsy ' �Forgot their Buros.'and lettovs', , They pulled; the^wool aH\off Its back, And knit It'lnto sweaters.' : . -Lite. * * * *�>� Mrs, i^. W, Holms returned this mor^tng from southern California, wbere she spent the last throe months, *Jl88 A.'Holmes' of Calgary ^-'arrived ln't)ie city Saturday to taku charge of Miss Tilney'B Millinery. Department tilent, Charles'Korr formerty ot lioyfprldgec 1� In' the" Oalgnry conVal-nsdetU hospital, Ho is suffering from tliji offeots of Gm'man gas. r' .^ffi ..'.�>'�� \ '. ; . .MpBr ,JV. A. liuclmnu'n has r'eluniod ..frqm'-pi^lgary., , "' -'V - ^:,\v^;::�;,^^.,,^,^.*�; '.� Mr.t A. IS DtuUop is Nit^oding afort-, siKht'at,the ^uast. ' !>V'';;V>,: ' . .' . ;Pte, R, v, W.ejler.of f^algftvy Hpenl, ttao W9�fcBnd in tli^-oltW^lth'Iriends. ^ , , ' � * . / M^r'Sybil Mbsket)) returned to �alfev^'onfridu- ).iat. to take charno of Qrade V. In the Taber public school She will succeed Miss Minor, who has resigned.    . . Mrs. G. G. Harmon Is a patient In the Gait Hospital. �    � ' SOCIAl^ EVENTS > * -> ? t-.*; * -S- *,rp(j:o'olool{. , ^ 'Weijadles society of'tli#B. of L, F. and IS. win hold a dance tomorrow nlglit (Tuesday) Jn tUo K, ot P. hall. AU nionil�ora lire reriuestert to meet at the hall nt a p.m. ; ,. , ' Th�-y9DUB ltt(UWeelrMH sewing day for the Ladies' Aid of'8t, Patrick's church and all members are requested to meet at the rectory. * �*    � � 4. 41 � � � * � * probl^MH f aiid' flriiV fedeil with th�m fiifelllgehtlj-;''" Be^ciauBe 'Dr.'^RItclite Knglapd, prWl-dont/of the Muntrerri Local Oounq|| of Women, appeared onl Llboral forms and spoke for the Laurler party lu'the last general elections, the Mon-.treal Women's Club, which Is affiliated iwlth the Local Council, some time ago. passed a resolution demanding Dr. Ritchie England's resignation. Last week at another meeting of the Wom-'.en'g Club, several itaembers insisted upon the resolution! being rescinded )ana|. aS'this was noUt^dpnei, the president, Mrs.R. )S. Wel^n, and a number 'of'bther offlcera resigned as'a'protest. Six thousand attended this Canadian picnic at Long Beach, California. � �>� ��ult in coflnootlou with tlie cleotliim In Quebec-tas changed Iiy ^he soldiers' vote I'sthat of the threa unauccASHtuI Llb-.eral oandidates It) the provtt^oe who have lost 'their ispoalia becauen they '(Hd.:not, poll halt the. vote .talfwv thfli^ - succeMful oppoiien^. .There Vere :Munu In St, Lawreace-Rl.ttearge division, Montreal, who h��8,3?5 votes �8 agiailn�t 5,r�S cast for Hon. C, C. l^allantyne, and Husliton, Ufieralciiin-didtiite for St, Antoine, wbp'i-ovelved 9i51C votea, while SI? Herbert Amos polled C,0�7. In both. Inistanoes the apldiiei's' vote w*s responelble for the l0a>b of the dopoEilt. lin St. DqiiIb both the opponents of Mr, A, Averjtl lose their deposits. " "Paris; *e�). 3 .....north 'bt Hie AlJH'tte river lw*l"nlAc4�e'Pwch ^dk W prlsonoA, the'.mx'Oflloe in. [fiiottftewi. They amo oaptur^d a ma-llltl^e gun. * � . ��' * � ANNUAL MEETING OF � ^ ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER �  � Regent'a Report Ladies,-More tban ever V feel that the regent's report i� supertluouB, knowing 'la I do haw completely and fully the report's prepared hy the hon. secretary and hon. tre�Burer and convenors ot committees cover the year's work, as regards work accomplished and funds raised and dtabursed. But In these >triBhuou� days ot effort and haste when'praotioal results seem to becowe dur asplmifloiu. , .Myi ambition for bur Chapter and I belleife th^y are the ambitions of every member, 'Is first, th^t it ah'all atahd ever' taking up and bahyr Ing out all in^B'Sures pertainfnK to the speedy wlmntag of the war-'tbat'with tliti� end to view the membero may. en. thuaiMtlcally unite to support aU met-If urea intrpdu�e(| by our governmeat and ii� Individuals if cfU'FyJW OH',  .ten' iat?>�' �tb� \^rld'#;:food situation that ijf we In Canada do not prau-tiae the strictest measures of economy aiid pttoduction now that even should pwice be declared tomorrow more people will, die in Europe Of famfne than the totial war caaualti^ to date. If this itouchos la no other way does It not stir the mother heart lii aU of^us to Its depth? lUi)at soon' every woman among; us wUl clialm as her right, the prlvUlege of meeting eome of the men returning efiob moBth. At almomt every station ou their (return trip through the Dominion our men are wolcpm'C^ by some of the citizens iand It la itot as it should be it Lethbrldge, who Has sent'so mamy and remembers them so fondly, is one of the -last places to look ou thUt as a privilege due outveiree, Oiii; educational work is iiwtlier department which reaches forth into the future .hi laimoat unforseesble results. By \l\ts i mean not alone UiaV'we ot^ fer prizes for patriotic essaya, ect., but ahso that by the courtesy ot o�ir school board wo have been able to enlist the children in praotioal war work and �rt)itii\ue but one of great (mportancQ in my optnten Is DM piip'||V�l'VtoUlpiJ Amoy, China, Feb. 28.'~Naarly 10,000 poraona lost their Uvea ai � result of the recent earthquake in the Amoy hinterland, aceording to the latest, reporta from Swatow, - Oommlttee. I hope it is understood now by all tlialt our Interest in our brave mw'a wives, mothers, end Jam* Hies is a matter entirely apart trofn the work done by the: l?atrtotic f'und.. It Is but to expreias our 'sympathetic and aftectlbniate Irlondshlp for sisters who have given tlieb: ell in tlie greotr. est cause In the world-T�iud the privilege of calling upon them 'in their, homes and shariuig in a .small-* wa]^. their joys and sorrows. Is to us a prh Vllege Indeed. v:( Tribute to Officers ".^  i 4 iSJo resume ot our. work would jtjSt QcAuplete wlUiout a tribute to theofV fleers and couuolllors who bave Mi slsted us on tivla year's executive^; Tbey iiave moat f�'ithtully attended: frequent ekecuitlve meetings and? �aj^s.| ried out mos' tlie; work done by your hon. �eorjtaFy.L Ever laiid always '^is she been cwsqH entlouB an^ cheerfiil In carryta|' out her arduous duties alul my duties'as regent have been moat pleasant be-; cause of her capabllttlea, 1 wamfv too, ta.thaink.tUe members tor their �k)le�-did support and co-opepation in'. :tb�' year's work, convenoi-s of oomraJ:Uep:; standing laind apoelal, have been m'0�r.'tel?!9 calls' fbiv "pur r raembensi their nsais^tuce no one ine^l' gjie is tineiuentlalin'Agrei^t p�sp6otf uUy. submi '':v'.'':-:;;,'--,;';i.'/.::U:UvRl?lCH|i m m iiliias 62 58 ;