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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VKBRl'AHY i 4 TJ-UO LK.I'rtBir.inc.K nAJLY HERALD - , - ^ a ^ - PAGE O .O o o "Spring Clean" But Keep Clean Aprons Galore AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED Bungalow and Overall Aprons In dark and light prints. nt ..............................�............ Specially attractive Tmth in make and price. KITCHEN-APRONS. Specially priced ....... A VERY SMAkT ALL WHITE DRESS APRON EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG IN VALUES ARE THE SPECIALS IN OUR DEPARTMENT MANAGERS' STOCK REDUCING EVENT here's still A chanc the n FOR Boot Department Specially priced THURSDAY an FRID A FOR THOSE TWO SPECIALS IN LADI WEAR AS THEY MUST be FURTHER ED. foot-reduc- TIiIb is exceptionally flpod, being made in a new model with heltod back. A large full apron which buttons from loft shoulder right down to the foot. | Specially priced a*............................O Tho samo make in colored print with all round belt. SPECIALLY PRICED AT i* customers are beginning to realize that the "Rings round the prices" and bargains are synonymous, and are availing themselves of this fact to stock up for future needs. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM ? EXTRA FROM OUR � Crockery Department DON'T MISS THESE FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY . - . Today's prices on these would be 35c each, but It's an odd range we want to clear as we cannot repeat the patterns. 20 dozen only, china cup's and saucers, with very dainty floral designs. 7 different patterns. Specially priced, set .15 jiozon only* Jap China CUPS 4 SAUCERS, Assorted patterns. Specially r price, il, set-: i - Ladies' Dull Kid and L dies Fine; Fla6k G,aze Patent Pumps With Louts or French heels, A ami B fitting. Reg-ular $4,50 to $S.Oo. Specially priced- Kid BLUCHER BOOTS With low heels- and patent, lips. This I? � most, comfortable*, easy fitting hoot and very service:) Mr. Regular $6.50. Specially priced- - four decidedly inter-- EST1NO Candy Specials Assorted Creams, Mains-rifiH Kisses and Burnt Peanuts. Regular 3flc to 35 c. II). Clearing Price round ............ �*vC SPECIALS Don't Miss Them H 1 doz. Terry Hand TOWELS, 16x30. Pure "hiic find ready hemmed. Specially priced at -Peanut Puff. Jelly Beans and C o c oil Perfection*. Clearing price, lb.- :�u dozen M rib SCHOOL HOSE. Sizes' 7 to 8Vb. Pant bhwU and pood -wear. Spec-hilly priced at, pnir- I 4 4 ' WATCH FOR TWO LINES FROM OUR Men's and Boys' Department Which should interest you, being staple good? wanted all the year round. A MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT WORK Suspenders Police brand. Thursday and Friday only- . BOYS1 HORSEH1DE Gloves With light lining-. These wre specially suitable for early spring wear. Regular $1.15- "Thursday and Friday only. ADVERTISEMENT 1* Economy The War 4 h MILADI PHONE 1224 , ing white hair.. The last is not a sign \ Gredett president of the Next -of Kin, of age ii. has beeiv white since she Calgary, will be present. All mem-was twenty. , hers are asked to attend. She visited this city at Hie time, of t * * * the Dry Farming Congress and won : Many or the out-of-town v # .> * .> * * * * ; �> V a friends at once by her pleasing bright manner and sweet face. * * � � Many of the out-ox-town women who came in for the Harry Lauder .concert visited the Red Cross rooms [in the pusi* office and,-were much In- ? 51 *> �> > ; > :- a\ teresteU in the work, being done there. i ' They all returned to their homes in- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES THE TREASURE M"hen color goes home into the eyes And lights that shine are shut, again, With dancing girls and sweet bird's cries Behind the gateways of the brain; And that no place which gave 'them birth shall close The rainbow and the rose. Still m:\y Time hold some golden space Where I'll unpack that scented store Of song and flower and sky and -fane, And count and touch and turn them o'er . . Musing upon t.tiam as a mother, who! Has watched her children atH the rich j church will meet at the parsonage day through [1^03 4th avenue south Thursday at Sits quiet-handed in the fading light- When children sleep ere night. Rupert Brooke.  # * spird toward greater efforts 'in lhi\h* own local Mod Cross branches, land were much impressed- with the fine l rooms and capable management of this Fhe mission circle or the Baptist J hrauch. 3* ** �I* ** ** v v v C� v 3 o'clock. Ail ironicn invited. PERSONAL  fitnpj ;iM win save n utAPiuot wnt i*vi tt I GOT on a WEST SIDE car today JUST BEHIND a woman WHOSE HAIR looked like THE INSIDE of a CHEAP MA (TRESS. SHE CHAr&ED a dollar j TO PAY her car fare AND IT made me sick gone m IMHAlllIGKHERPIClPB  Mrs. M. V. Finn and three children are leaving for Montreal, Boston and | New York to meet her husband who is there on. business. *   Mr. and .Mrs. Alex Frye returned to New Dayton today.    Mr. and  Airs. Walsh from Moose Jaw are guests �C Mrs, Uootiey.  * c- Or. and Mrs. Lynn and small son have returned to Lethhrldge after a two months' visit in New York.  � * O. B. Mac-Kay and G. Morris have gone to RevelstoUe for a few days. �  * Mrs. Harrison 281 7th Avenue south received word this morning from her sou, G. W. UarrlBdn, tote ot the Bank of Nova Scotia, I^thbridge and Cal-j rfary that ho has passed his examtna- I We should give the fifty Calgary veterahs who aro coming here_ Monday morning a rousing welcome. They are all men who have done their bit ami deserve the best the city; has.    All those interested tare reminded of the' Whlsc Drive and.Dance to be held tonight, (Wednesday i in the V>. O. K. ball at S.lTi, under the auspices of tho Daughters and Molds of England. *   The Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. E. will meet at tho Red Cross rooms 1v *   c* > *; �;� ;* *> ; *> > c o LADIES' CURLING *> >> > > > * Following are the draws for the ladies' curling tonight-. At 7 'o'clock, Mrs. Aird vs. Mva. Parguson; Mrs. Marshall vs. Miss Proctor. At 8.4-r�, Mis Buchanan vs. Miss Bawden. * *� p FINANCIAL REPORT ALEXANDER OALT 1 CHAPTER I.O.D.E.. ? * > > ^> The. following * is the financial .statement of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. T. O. D.'E., .from February 28th, IftlT, to 0eb. 22nd, 1918: Receipts Balance in banit ........... I .'IH2.ti8 Dues.................... 275.00 Badges.................... 11.60 Tea room revenue *......... 508.75 Sale of sox. wool, - etc.. per � Mrs. Robinson . Cash donations Leth. Operatic and Dramatic Society donation Proceeds, two tax days f a 99.55 * > * j Sale of paper rags & bottles. . *� �* *j� **� 23.24 1698.56 1M2.19 J.fi.00  f> > millinery openings * * 7* o *: ------------------ _____ -........ -..... Miss Cameron. Miss Johnson, Mrs. for sewing tomorrow night iThurs- McMeekin and the Misses McLeay day) at 7.15. requested. A good alteudanre in I hold tJieir spring millinery openings � and have a most varied collection of  * * 1 pretty huts. Thursday aiftermoon of this week I Patent leather and suede are used * * 4 2.00 .50 �81.11 33.00 30.00 101.00 the Ladies Aid of -St. Patrick's church will sew at the Red Cross rooms. * * * The Dothbridge Caledonian Society's I in .many of the sports hats and the suede comes in ui.tny pretty soft shades. The poke shape see-ms \4 be the j dance in the Auditorium at Raymond i most popular In dress hats though of " promises to be a great success, ^lauy [ course tho large picture hats are al-bethbridgeiles are planning to attend, ways in yogne. r' , * * . . The poke shapes are banked in at the ba'ck with flowers and have tiny flowers and wreaths on top as woll. Velvet ribbon is much used also fiow- The Ladies of tho H. of F. und h. K. held a dance Jii the K. of P. hull last night, About, seventy couple were pres- TO REALIZE that she had ENOUGH MONcY left in HER PURSE to buy a SOTTLE Of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. Yours for beautiful hair, 5PECIAL AGENTS, J. D. Hk'inbotham & Co., Ltd. t'.oy. and is now second nontenant in out. Dancinp: to the strains of Mis� ,'ers veiled in nel, mainly the bright wild the Royal Flying Corps. He left Calvary Mirch ir>th, lfti(5f as a private in the 515th battalion, and transferred to tho Royal Flylnft Corp? in October. He lias heen trajnjutf at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and at Hastings. Arnold's orchestra was enjoyed and I flowers. refreshments served. �   Tho Dominion Rebekahs Lodge No.' 41 will hold Its regular moating in the- l.O.O.F. hall at 8.;U) toino-rrow evening. A decree will be conferred. A full attendance is looked for. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. Mr. John Hen-Lhorne was here a few days making arrangements for the Calgary veterans' Intertainment which, will be held here Monday and ! A. committee has heen formed to Tuesday in tho Majestic I raise money for the veterans and some  * ! surprises will ho jpruug on the' pnh- MJsh UoberLa. Mac Adams the new j lie soon, woman menvber of the Alberta le^is- j *   � liUure is not ni all in appearance, thoi The Next of Kin will hold their reg- militant type of public wwnwi. She has his soft-brown eyja ami most becom- uMr business meeting in the Muoso hull, Friday evening at 7.30. Mrs. The popular shades are san � * 10.00 31.42 13.00 14.00 2.00 51.45 200.00 $5,540.64 Prisoners of War Account. Receipts-Balance in bank. 259.97; donations by members, 31.00; interest, $7.55. Expenditures-June ' 6, Can.. Red Cross, England. $50.17; Feb. 22, 1918, balance in bank. $248.35. Returned Soldiers Account Receipts-Balance in bank, $300.77; donation Art Needlework Club, $8.00; interest, $6.14. Expenditures-Don. G. W. Veterans Association, $150.00; returned soldiers (Mr. Oliver), $62.00; to soldier's wifo. $10.00; balance in bank, $191.iU. Trust Account Receipts-Balance In bank, $18.44; paid from general fund, $200.00; Interest $2.36. Expenditures-Per Mrs. Colpman, You Get Better Cough Syrup by Making $ - it at Home t Wlitit'n more, yon save tfcont S3 by it. J^iifclly made and cogta You'll never rcajly know what it fine eouffh syrup you can make until you prepare* tins famous home-mndo remedy. Von have $'2 as compared with the ready-made kind, und you -will alsv>. have u more effective remedy in every, way, ft overcomes -the usual couirlus throat or chest colds in 24 hours-relieves even whoopirnr eolith quickly. (let 2\.U ounces of l'iuex (50 ccntx �worth]' from any good drug store, pour it into d 16-oz.'bottle and till the bottle with plain granulated sugar'-(ivrup. Hero you havo 10 ouncen--,a family supply-of the nioat effective..: cou^'li syrup that money eaa bny-afc a cost of only 55 ceufo or less. II never spoils. The prompt and positive" results plven by this uleusntit tasting tnunU syrpp liave caused it to bo used in; moro liomes than any other remedy. It quickly loosens a' dry, hoarse or tipliT) cou�h, heals the innauuHl inem-.; hranes that line the'throrft and bronchial tubes, and relief corned almost immediately. Splendid for throat tickle, hoarseness, bronchitid, croup'and, bronchial nHthuia. Pine.x \s a Juy' iiskin.y vour dmpfrist lor *'2% .buncos of Pines"-with full directions, and don't L V ;