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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, f15Bruaiiy 26, w\(\ thf, lethr ridge daily herald page nine SPECIALS Cross iJar Muslin llaiulki'i-rliiors . 8 for . .2.5c Fjiiicy Barr(!tICS. six'c'ijil ...... ...... Wiii'uov Corscis. pair...... ...... . .){)('. Hai]" liildjoiis. all colors, six'cial only p(M' ya rd............. toiii.ui 1 . lov. (Jorset Cover Mm broidery, per y 1 rtl . . . . 2ih' Fancy Collars, your choice . . .........'iov .Silk Boot Hose in ,iTy. blue, ])ii |)or j)air................. ik and black MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM. RYLANDS & CO. llBymoni], I'Vb. 2(1.-^Mrs. Wallur liouse, !i promlnuiil social workor of tills town ami ex-proaldotil of th�^ Wonion's liiHtltutB, leaves next Tuesday for KiliiioiUon, wli(;n^ kIki will ryprcKi^iif I he local bniiioli of the 'hi-stltulo ut tlui provincial convenllon to l)u held at Uiu caj)lUil Marcli 2ucl and ,31x1. .M a rpcHiit inuntliif; of tin; board of (iUucation, wl)l;'li controla the Kiiigli) .Aciideiiiy lien;, tliu (lucstioii of a tatnilly for tliat iiiKtltutinn next Sf:liool year, was diacussei, and tho board was iiloased to loarn thai all f'dWDf.n Pur* food In-urea eood health. Maslo BakInK Powder Insure* pure toronto Om MOfONUJ. ma] In .luna, but It will bi; a lari,'o iiu7U-bor. Aid. George Court cannot be in-fluijncod by the pitiful appeals of relatives In Idaho, who are repeatedly Imploring him to leave this neiTlhle country" and take his family to a place of aecurlty. Mr. Ctjiirl slated that the most rldlciilouii and erroneous stories are curren' in the Statss relative to conditions in Caii.Tda, and (he letters he receives from lli.^ relatives convey the liilnrninlion that it is generally believed lliere, ciiief-ly throngh the Influence of the yd .Mr. Geo. Stacey returned from a visit to coast cities. today the present instructors wore willing i ,^ . . , - to sign contracts for another year i'"^^ �' ^ta"". Oi.ii. all men with ihe exception of Miss Walton, I bead of (ho domestic science and arts department. The board accepted iJlIss Walton's ri.'slKnatlon with gen-' nine regret as she has proven her-I self a teacher of splendid qualifications. Miss Walton explained tliat ! Blio wished to pursue higlier work in ! her chosen profession, j The lacully therefore will consist of Ihe following instructors: 'J'homns C. Hoinney, U.A., president; Devoe Woolf, Myron U. Holmes U.S.A., (Guelph), John Blackmore B.A., (Alberta), Archie Hobblns, O. F. 1,'rson, l)acli and N. Lorenzo Mitchell, with the domestic science and arts professor to be appointed later. The past year has been a very siiccessfnl one for tlie Kniglit Academy both from the standpoint of numbers and also in the efficiency of tlie student.',. II is not known just yet the number I tliat will take the jrovernnient tests married or single, atr being dnuted into the army, and tliii- wreck and ruin faces the country 'You can bet, I disillusioned iheni in tlie strongest lang.uage 1 could oomniand," said Mr. Court, "aiui I l(.>t them understand onco for all tbal I had no intention whatsoever of leaving AUx^r-ta, feeling as safe if not safer hero than I could hope for icrosrs tlie line." All of the local busiiu'ss houses are preparing for He.l day next Tuesday. They readily agreed to contribute 10 per cent of the cash receipts to this worthy cause on that day. Mr. (i. W. Alliflon, who was called to Ow(ui Sound by the Illness of his father, Is expected home tonight. * *  The Art .Needlework Club will meet at the home of Mrs, Williamson, G'lO 9th Streft, on Monday afternoon.    The G. I'\ Cbih will meet .Monday afternoon at tho iiome of -Mrs. Francis, 920 yth Avenue South. � � � Meut.-Col. Pryce-.Tones and the officers of the Kilties are entertaining tomorrow aflernoon a( the tea hour at the barracks. �  * The sum of ?4r, from tlie Lelhbridge Teachers" association has been acknowledged by the London lieadquar-tors of the Canadian branch cif the Red Cross, � * * A dance will bo held on Tuesday, Kebruai-y 29th, at (bo Diamond City school bouse, the proceeds to be devoted to patriotic purposes. There will lie card tables for those not wishing to dance. MAP .SIIOWIN(i KISSLVN ADVANCE TO Ml SIl AM) AKIILAT NEW CORPORATION IS LAUNCHED AT OTTAWA Ottawa, Feb. 25.-The National Cash Register company, of Canada, Limited, is the style of a company which has recently secured a charter Sat'day Night 7.30 to 10 p.m. The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. D. E., so as not to conllicl with the Red Cross tag day, have decided to hold their annual meeting in the Y. M. C. A. on.Monday, February 28th, at 3 p.m., instead of Tuesday at that hour. Tho routine business will begin at 3 o'clock and at 1 o'clock tho reports of tlie odlcers and committees, | followed, by the election of otllcers. The executive are asked to meet promptly at 2.30. .   Cards have been received by the Alexander Gait chapter, 1. O. D. E., from boys oiferseas acknowledging at Ottawa. The companvs capital of receipt of tobacco and cigarettes. ' in every case great appreciation was expressed by the soldiers on the re- $1,000,000 is all paid up. The Canadian business of the Na- ceipt Of the much coveted "smokes." tional Cas'h Register company has ; Qne card was received from a mem-heretofore been operated as a branch j jj^r of the British army, who had of the National Cash Register com- - - . . _ pany, of Dayton, Ohio, which concern Is recognized as one of the most highly organized maaufacturing and selling organizations In tiie world. The Canadian business has been .under tho management of 11. J. Daly,, _ iwho will be managing director of the j Knox manse by the Rev. A. 11. De- been given some tobacco by a Cana dlan chum, a gift that was very welcome. ."* .' * �  PAULSON-HAGE A (julet but, pretty wedding was solemnized yesterday afternoon at new corporation. The other otllcers of the new company will be made up of Canadians entirely, with W. J. Irvine as assistant manager, C. II. Rooke as ofllce manager, and W. L. Tobias as factory superintendent. noon, when Miss Julia Hago of Claresholm became tlie wife of .\lr. James Warren l^aulson of Barons. The ceremony was performed in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. .1. .M. Hage of Barons. LADIES' WAISTS In fine lawns, voiles, and basket voiles, daintily irinimcd with lace and embrolderv, latest stylos. Regular $1.,'>0. TRf* Sizes 34 to -H. special ................................. IWU COKSET COVERS Fine cotroii i|uallty, very pretty (rlmininga ol lace etc.. assorted sizes. Regular value to ti.^c. special ............ 25c ... CIIILDKEN'S SLIPPERS In tan, red and black, smart styles, sizes 2 to 5. Regular $1..".0, for .....................................y buyiu,a,' a lickel (i riiudraiher's.Clo.ek, ilary Wrist Wateli or better still, all thr(M'. Tick-(Us cost 2oc cacli atid you will !)(.> liclpiu, l)aiLce and aiul Concert in the S. 0. K. Hall tui Tuesday (>veiiiug. 'ri(dvets 50 cents i>atdi. liy buying' all the .o'oods ^yoii tiiiu afford from our local niertdiants who are so kindly doiiatiii, Itusiriess, Lot �us try find make it a ruqortl! ^ the tore yesterday arid there was citron, mallard blue, Edith blue, cardinal and Gault pink everywhere. Wide ribbons seen to grace the majority of I the chapeaux and in most instances I are used to accentuate the height of ' the hat, bows of every shape being I arranged on the crown, bunches of � flowers are also seeen peeping out from a'mass of foliage on the top of a haL Miss Cameron .\niung the many smart hal.*! at Miss Cameron's was seen a cardinal , brimmed hat, the crown being com-I posed of green foliage, a bunch of roses and heather adorning the back. A most unusual hat was a rolling white sailor faced with black velvet, ., polka dot allk forming the crowna and \ the only trimming being a red tiger ,llly with green leaves, tonned of kid. A chic little hat was composed of white kid with a couple of blacU lac-jquered cherries adding to its smart-' neas. Biscuit silk formed the foundation of u model sailor hat, which had shirred silk flowers In salmon pink shade. JMIss Cameron has a new milliner this season, Miss Steene of Toronto, e Misses MoUeay At the Misses MoLeoy were noticed several smart hats among them being a small "Peace" gray model trimmed with black ribbon cockades. Another model, a Flake hat, was composed of pleatings of mohair braid � ararnged very high, a band of seiiuln net forming the brim. A pretty rolled sailor was of black silk, with pelglan hluo kid 'crown, a cockade of corded rib-bqn uorapleting tho effect. Loops of black ribbon adorned tho crown of a new braid hat which had a touch of color In a small bunch of velvet fruit. Miss Tllney Gago hats were as usual In evidence at Miss TUney'H and were much ad- j mlre(l. One In particular was an odd | phnpo of white Goorgotto crope, faced 1 Witli White straw, tho only trimming ' being a tailored bow p� white ribbon I fnt?nt}(l .with n large PBarl buckle.; An'Qther liandsomo mpdel was a large j flop hat' of leglibru and laco straw, j Kdlth blue velvet bolnjs  dra^od around tho crown caught with bunch-1 esof l^ronch flowers, A large sailor' of Ba.\o blue was faced'with emerald green straw and trimraod w'itlv raised straw in, green'and blue tones, A smnrt coraago ornament, or one that could ])� used to adorn u hut, was pink roses was much admired. The tricornes are In faypr. agajn. this season and a smart ojie jioted .here was of trimmed with cockades of ribbon 9t the same color. Cherries of mallard ^bljie atfqr'ned the front of a rolled sailo'i; of'biiie straw with citron edged brlni! '' CKine'se effects were noted in a] lilack hat which had a chain of'red jade "across the crown. Miss Irene],Iplin'stpne, of Ottawa, is a new mlll'lhor 'at llils sfiop. Worrian is Jailed For Inducing Men Not to Enlist ther, with a probable Increase in the intensity of warfare during the coming year, there will be a corresponding, incalculable Increase in the demands on the Red Cross. Thus it is a conservative estimate that the output of the Canadian Red Cross will have to be two and a halt times as large as In 1915, a year which, as the annual meeting of the Rod Cross will show, was Itself u year of asto.unding Canadian Red Cross records. A resolution to shout der fills increased obligation Is Indeed no light one. It can pass out of the realm of nebulous good Intentions into the clear light of concrete achievement only if tho latent Red Cross will of this country is translated into un- (lagging activity on the part of every Red Cross supporter. The some faith, however, which inspires our parliament to decree the doubling of our military strength lends confidence also to our Red Cross executive, it is a faith In the future based on previous experiences of the greatness of the spirit of Canadian sacrifice., � ; There is indeed litUe reason to doubt that the Canadian Red Cross will puss triumphantly tho crucial 1916 test. It Is well, however, that everyone who feels a responsibility to relieve suffering, Should at the outset of the year realize the true magnitude of our national task. CHINESE GIRL WINS HONORS ' North Yakima, Wash., Feb. 25.- MIsB Grace Lee, a Chinese girl student in tho North Yakima high school, tonight won the first place In an oratorical contest under the auspices of the-Sons of the American Revolution. Her B.ubjeot ,was "Our Independence a Political or Military Victory." GUTTED BY FIRE ^ Alontreal, Feb. 25.-The factory of the Canadian Sheet Metal and Manufacturing company. West St. Ajitolne street, at the comer of Richmond street, was gutted by Are at 5 o'clock today. A conservative estimate of the damage is given at $10,000. � Two firemen were slightly Injured through the collapse of a laidder. London,- Feb.- atJ.-Mi-s. Nellie Best, secretary of - the--women's anti-con-scriptionlst league, was sentenced today to six months'. Imprisonment In Westminster police court for circulating literature urging men not to enlist. The scenes in the co,urt were reminiscent of the 'trials of militant Buffragottes. Woman sympathizers of Mrs. Beat made a great outcry when sentence was imposed. On being asked whether she was repreaonted by counsel, Mrs. Best said: "I am defended by the T.,ord, who told us riot'to'kill.'"  She continued: "I have been rbsponslble for keeping hundreds of lads from recruiting into the trade of wiiT, and each night 1 have thanked God for giving me the opportunity and' had ' asked strength to do the Kuino thing next day." An unavailing plea for actiuittal was made by a clergyman. With a bank bqok showing deposits of ?2000 and with $45 in cash in his pocket, B. N. Sands, 21 years old, of Rtlnneapolla, coinmltled suicide in his room at the Ivy hotel, Detroit, by drinking carbolic acid. . THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nuraos fpr maternity and 'all medical and surgical casea (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients carod tor free of charge. GraOuato nurses (or private duty also provided. For further partlo-ulura apply to the Nursing Mia-HloQ. '413 a4th St. S. Phouo 1283. (Mlsi)' A.' M^Tlilpy. Supervisor. (MiBs) Roae CaiTtoron, Grad. Nurse (MIbb) J.T. Mackonile, Qrad. NMrec Red Cross Sale You Can Save Money by Buying- your Wall Papers, Burlaps and Room Mouldings at Our Special Prices Wo have a largo stock of Bmiks, regular (i5c to '$1.25 editions Avliich we are clearing-out; at Special Note Paper Five (|uires and 5 packages French Cxroy, best Note Paiier, rog. .$2.00 sale price ,151.25 Big saving on other lines. Si)ecial Discount on Sales for the Kert CroHS Society. Robertson's Book Store P