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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iuimVY, FKBRUAKY 28; 191� LI:tiibhidge DAILY fifehALl^ irrived lioro toaajf trotn IStiBlaild wilii I oVdcfeM ah(t'6l& tfiett ot the Oana^ (I ctif .oJiifiji,"''^ Tiii' imly U In" cUargtf If Major omivtortl, ! ^.OeTa 3 .YEAqa Af;6DMO)>|toN� � Krtnionton, Kol). "28.-TlVA ''riVfil.' con- ^ Miction (n Kdiiionlon for ft breaoli of I ihoMllltiiry Sorvlco Act'h'roiiRl'it a Btinleniio or thrcijrfsfeliiiA'wfth liUrtl mnov ill Aihftviff brnTltcmiaTy tt) ouu Klfttt. '  . i�AGE KLFA'EN * � > > ?^z* : i)ii Is expected lioiiie tomorrdxv .inoiiiiiiK from Vancouver,' '. Pedloy i'SnH-ihO'Dtory or the opera, and liiierstitirll'j^! throughout the reading Mrs;^J(ihwy Kirkhnm gnv.*? the follrt'Wlnrt rSdoi-U^ trtam the opera on . tfie VldU'bltt whlftU had beefi kliiilly ) loaned (If the Sliaon and illsoli Co. I "rroeenltltiniil' Knights of the Holy jdrall" byiArlHut!M'ryor's band. 'There Is but aW aitd VTbO Holy (Jniil," two-songB by Mdwartl .lohnson. Also the'totldwlng Holections from VVaisner; "I'rizd 8oiie" I'roni .^lelHier-slnget* by MlHtihk Blnian; "Song (o ibo Bvenirtit'Hlar" >lrdtn Tanuliauser, by Maurice-: neuaud; j'f^ilgrim.M eiiorus" from TabnHatiSoi', by Arthur Pryors band, add a (^election from "i.,olieii %yW by; Arthur Piyor'a. band. This IM tlie'ilSptiJiii 3Jar Iho uinsicdppart-mdnWliSSJHtddtert opera by the use ot records. LetJibrldge seldom lias a Mrs. Stames or Aiiu.ieod lowii yestordiiy. was in * : ? ? *  � �� � > > � V Prcphrfed by ' " J. C. Eisib, Umited, '^Fruit fealt Work.," London, Eng.. ...... Sole Agentsfor North America � I HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO.. Limited, 10 McCaul St. TOltoirrol PERSONAL -5- |;t^th)?ricl^e'_Miilitter^|Q,| 1 ^' ' 407^Stir-St;'Soiithf| S * i* 1.;. I �? tfr > '> : yho |a, exi^cted;jjjick In about; a ' ' , V- Hi? ....... ie^to announce that-she now h&Siiii^*iil4ef^ from the city with her, and is showing a complete line of up-to-date millinery. ^ This season will show moris trirtime'd hat's than previdUs. ' "' ' ' - You are cordially'invited to call and inspect our display. Lpthbridge Millinery . Company 407 5th Street South Phone 457 ' , weefe^ if; ntgttt for ;Ir.',A. a uii&iiV fronv. Olds is Jnf Mr. 'C. Cox; lioiihWitftJiiB, Miss ^, 'and Air. E. 11. Dortcdtt. After chan'ibHj) l(#iir'ob. :;8.-I'osI ofricn dtv partnient nrflclals Jiul secret ageuta ure examining the Jiiail frutli .Mexiro on the Hpanlsh liner llegiiia Maria Christina, The Hpaiilsli minlrftei- to (^ntia who Is in (.liarxo. ot (lerinan In-ternsts here Is walchlng tlie Inspec- loii.  . An tinconrlrmm! rumor which came last night that ccrlain documents rroni he interior of .Mexico addrcsserl to a CJornian Consular officer, Ip Siialii hai been found. The documents were skid o contain Information relating to the military pinna of Hie V'ltad Slftt'.-s and Cuba agijinst the central pnw6rn. i .;. .> � 4 ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? 4 ' ' , � WEDDINQGS ? � . >       ��4> � * >,QeNkRAL ITEIVIS.  * � ? * *  �*�4>���4 Miss Jano draeury, daughter of tbe attorney-goheral ot the United States applied to , thb fpot) administration aUthbrltitiH ftir att |80-a-montb Job, giving:, as retel'ehcBS Colonel E. M. Hoiise and her father. ^IIS8,Grei5or.v, toltf the employment cleric she has three dependents. "Three deiiendontg?" gasped the clerk laiiretlulously. "Oh, yes," shp re pliejd, ''I've adopted and am support ing'three Belitan children." Jllsa Oiegory. got the Job.    The nainfti 6^'^Ilss Scott Was omitteft frqm.,thb8a,h0|diaK mltliuery displays. Slit'iulaW^ iflS^HbWInfe' btp^etty hats in all tha'flahmiiai3)I0 8tyWs arid colors .vTU^lMfa- be of iiiteresl to JiL'etK^-ldg^eO^iiS:;.; The Witdr is ,|^eou�ten(^}W?* M. i*. " Mrsf'^'^liiiti^oftH, secreliJryJ Alex ot tlie first Canadian contldBent. Mrn. Held Is one of the .'tnrrivor.x of the l.a-;nnia.    Offering their sorvlcrvH a.s mitsds for overseas service, .Miss Klhol Mae Fleming, daughter of O. K. Settling, K.C., of Windsor, who has two ."ions-at the front, and the Misses Margaret .lanct and Margaret Cow. slKtora iv( Mcut.-Col. Alex. Oow, i;omlnandor of the Windsor home guard, will go to rrance shortly with a Canadian hospital unit now being t'oi'med. � rhe Hoii. Edith llowaril. \Hios6 engagement fa fvord Congloton, a lieutenant in the navy, is annbnhced, is the youngest daughter of Mr. Robert Howard and Lajly Stfa'thcpiia. The latter is the only daughter of the late I.ord'Strathcona, and sudceedW to tho title. .  ''� ' � ^Ke Emblem 'i^ffjcieni School While oar Ony School remains npnii all .Miiinnicr. onr Night School clost's .Iiine '.la, for two inontlis. Arrange to enter on Monday ni'.iil, .March 4. and you .will have timr- for a full Koiir Motillis' Co(ir.-!0. SUBJECTS Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeplns, Arithmetic, Letter Writing, English and French, Garbutt Business College 411 8th St. S., Lethbrldge Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone 1631 cmWes The-{neetinKs will bff at the . chapter.' I.'O. tt^EiV Leth- � ,., I bridge. > Dear*'jBtidoim: 'Plii|5. itwelve bundles of socks sent to tHe"^ battery I^^:*j^||pp^?oJy,'atlJi'*Jj^ajar In-iervftli>~flifouglioUt" Christhias time. Pei-ralt 'liie lo'thank you on-behalf of ther At . Os S,-' and men foP' your very From retiiarks made l\\k. cli'y tii� gu'est oC hiaifiousln, Mrs. W;:;ii Hamilton;^�^ )� , C^rs.fHyile, Mrs.' Hunter and Mrs. 'JJubuc rieturned to Pliipher Creek last night. During, their Visit here mai)y 'small affairs were given in their honor.  i ,  �  . . i �, .Mr..and Mrs. W. J. Smith left yds-torday for Calgary, to .spend a i^v days vlattiug with Mrs, Smith's brother, Pte. R. VanllaCkO. .,, ; th'drptl'zes Went tortlrat laaiSs, Mrk i . irindness E. Stickley; second, Mrs. Grant; first [ fXtLrlVS,io.�T=^^ t ,,.it' i j.gBntlemao^s, Mr. WjHulton;^ second. ^ ''bridge men ot the unit. T hWtreiiB, Miss Gow ktiow htiWukeeqly they aiijircclate be- Mr. and II.C. C. Salmon are ey. -L �wlilst di'lye, dancing was enjoyed un til ojae-Koislock. .Vw Needs, supplied the nfiiiii'c:. Altogetjje'rra Jei'y .enjoyable time was appnl.  I lug r9nleiifre'rid:-tft'-the people ot tlieJr homa Vof�;>|^t.tj;.ife |their.boftHt that the LethbIi'defei^jBjinle* 'ho,v.er\,t6^get thejn. , At this !tJjib^.tK'i\lhe .�y.eai'^^ are � ]iartlcula'r/y'*w^pbriune an'jV'.Vou havis fseni auffleieij,; to provide Bvcry man cl A ;^surdaraffi^^^^^ ">'� ""'t'"�"" ""-l but o'clock.. The niii'siei.departnient. was responsible for tlie pWgram and chose the opera "Paraltal.'aMrB. Nelson read 11 most' Interesting^iJaiier wnlch had been . prepared. by, .Mrs., C B. Cameron on the "Ijife of WTagner." Miss RUMANIANS QUElN GROCERY SPECIALS r fhone 1766 Chrlatie�^rSoda�, p�r tin . ^'BOc Cunlboard ., . 3Sc 8dm Mof �laeultai �v� have> all v4|t|atiea Itt paokages. Prteea, 2'ifr!5��,'........-w ".^p oiTt baitaa, aptelal aa�h ..... Me Stkaafmlnt du^'e pkg^. tor iilib Bralda feaat,T�a, apaolal, \pi, Soap, Spaeiat, 7 bare BOc V Leni^OH Soap.-'fi bai'B.for' Nl^ei,'Juicy O^a^gee; dM.,,-�Sc ; QuaKer Oatii, sjiaeial, 2 pkgo. for .,. ,>.................. noo Ungar, ,er,.^e|c .^v^,)..i2,^0 we pELlVER TO ALL PARTS 0*' THE CiTY AND ALL SPEC " lALS O.CO. ONLY. WE DO 140T DELIVER OROCRS MR LESS SUPINA^ SON, 230 ^iTi� tho contidont bopa 'ho drqssed. the .\t-laniic. uniter Hjtajcii'Jtlpley.'s command. 1 am, Vdufa vei'y trli^', Nellea V. Buubanah-, Lleutt^ �. Q.C. 20(h Bty. the welt known Ulngiisli writer who visited Canada sonie time ago, had, an urtlcld In the " ^ .1 I'lctditjil, in the'wdrk beihi? Oaiiadlan* women who are driving motoi-s in Frinco and ISngland. , ir , , One oif the first to make use of her skill as a driver of, a motor car in Vranco .was.Miss K�tlileen Dunsmiiiri ot ; Victoria', now Mrs/ 'Humphrey, whosj) ' . Protntneilt aaiQhK'''th^ Wni another vlotorlitb.^MtS. Sweeney, wWo of Major;SWeenoy ot Vancouver. Alrsi Sweeney, as Miss Violet Pooley, waa i champion ;toiinia pliayer. The sirengti iiitaUHil >i)�ii Unka she is now turning io good account and we may 1>e suve the we)i^ ntvO�(lpn.�|8AWy.IauU >ke \tfi iji^K �dyj6nttfrourd ttarhaps mor.e dau-: gerouS work In'i'rance. , ^ Another Ontario wonian'Js nrtiM' nouglati Qajjaoron, wlfe0 hulda a,'colniuand Jfi 'the stratUIr.- Ju8t|(i|a,'.^-M#�(loniij Drs. Briuer, Richards and Nelson Ott ftlk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotd, Lethbridge : ' LETHBRIOGE. ALBERTA s, , CALbARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENlJE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL-BLOCK , ./I,I, 1,1.u i.iujwi a.,^ , ,ui w WftHuuim OTfi, \v;lvovai'Pii'eady when , urUei^iio|-j|Oiily t^ oleaii, buf toiMii^raryv^ repair^-' to tlielr. New Ready-to-Wear Department ' sOwiug'to the very ,blK,bUBlneB8 in our fja'dles'-,Custom Tailoring Dept., and the dlt^_ ficulty of securinrniolebompetbht-heU)'W decided We iVb\�Ul have Id open a Itekdyjto-Wear.' Dept., and have secured the;i.8'Dle, I geiuj^ tor the well-known . Queen "Brand of Ladies' Suiis,' and Coats. This is a high'grkde li^V, ^ | ' and � was; iol niierlyr .car ric||!||; th|5| :^7A' .Royal Store. - �' T''-:^'m:f0$ The styles are ; very , latest .,amlthe', )vorkmansiilp high cjasi}, > ' The first shipment of these g^ods'is now.on display I,  at,our St'otfe an,d ladies, are invit^'y^o'!p,4llr3|||^p^^ them. >� ' s' ^' ' \ ' m fiteaaa-.-'Vouteal Should theVe bo nothing" in'thi^'^Ii'^t^HhlRmeili'l' (ili^^se ypU' ;