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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r THE LKTtinrtlDGE DAILY nERALtf FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918 i � ATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY are our last three days for business in Lethbridge. We must vacate on the 19th and need a few days for packing up the balance pf our stock and furniture. We have had a very successful Our record has proved your appreciation of good honest values will eclipse anything you have yet seen in values and barg few of the hundreds of bargains. Don't forget, Tuesday night we close. FIXTURES FOR three Come and see for yourself. Below are i ".'"� Merges and worsted **uits in many shade Not much said but a lot done in reduction, \o -;' l".*."1. Last o days at and sizes. Prices up 52 Winter Coats in many staple shadeTweeds-beavers, chinchilla blanket cloths, pony cloth aiid plush es. All sizes and prices up to $-40.00. Last :; days at $10.00 and $12.00 $8.75, $10.25, $13.90, Evening Dresse These are imported creations in all the favored colors and in staple shades as well. IS in the lot and well assorted hi sizes for sraajl and large women. Prices up to S-'IO.OO. Last 3 days 10*75 $15.00, $19.75 Street and afternoon models. These are taffetas, satins, crepe and georgette crepes, poplins and finest of silks. A beautiful range. Last ^ jjq Wash Dresses �\~> hrst season's beautiful street dresses and middy suits all -nicely trimmed and well made. Mostly small sizes. 34. 36 and 3S and a few 40. Wonderful value at the regular prices up to $16.50. In three lots fur the lasft 3 days at $1.95, $2.95 and $3.95 '-jiff Vr ;'r Fur Lined Odd Fur _ ,Dres* Coats 1m only in size 34-o6 English beaver top and lining and black woU Worth $40.00. Last Z days ...... and uo. squi rrel collars. 15.00 Pieces Some no odd muffs and neck pieces. Lamb, marmot, muskrat, and ponv. Last 3 days at THAN HALF PRICE. French kid and double silk. Almost all sizes. Tan, black and white. Regular price ?2.00 and Last 3 days at..................... 1.45 Whitewear and Blouses All balance of our Whitewear at half price and same bargains for balance of silk blouses. HOSIERY AT COST . All colors in silk cashmere or lisle at COST. TOP SKIRTS 10 dress sVirts left from this seasons^ creations. Don't miss f this chance of a good bargain 4 for a skirt which vou need everv day. Last three days at .below COST. ' Men's and Young Men's Our last appeal for the last P> days. In a friendly advice to save money and above all good old materials at prices tfcat it will pay you to buy two For less, than the price of one. We can fit you nH no matter small or large, tall or short in any color and size at $10.75, $11.75, $13.90, $18.75, $21.50 TQ I Fine Shirts 91.~M\JJELiS) I Come all men for a fine I top shirt. Ail sizes and Tire famous world over I neaudesigns. French cuffs Walk-Over Shoes, bl&ter I and soft couars. Also and Muir. All sizes, button I sturch cuffs. Valuer up or lace. Last 3 days at I i0 $2.25. :i davs at 3.75 and 5.95 95c -1.45 -1.65 ^^^^ �saw � W x #_x Hi L h * 4M * 1 *� .i *� 1 + ,^;, P. 3* -AS- =5:- in Dress Trousers 65 pair fine worsted pants; neat stripes in many shades and sizes. Good values at $5.00 and $6.00 Q J C Last three days at.......... �3*4d Felt Hats Why wait and pay 54.00 and $5.00 for a Felt Hat. Here .we have over 100 good felt hats in all colors and sizes. *1 0(? Cheap at $4.00. 3 days at.......L%L%i To hoys" good tweed and worsted suits. Many shades and scs from 7 years to lu. Wonderful value? at / Third Trunks and Suit A limited number of trunks and suit cases of a fine quality to clear at lower than wholesale cost today. J' istrict. MAXYBfcRRIES* i From The Enterprise! Married on Dec.^2*�tli, 1017, Mr. Xoel mholomew and X'\ � Elizabeth eld- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. SIo---!. Peter P'lashaug who lives at "Catch cm. started for town Friday . morning. Dev. uS. UJ1T. he wars horse-Back and when he got in the Hooper lea.se the .storm grew worse and '.Peter got lost wandering around till Saturday morning, he was badly frozen ahout the hands and face having ] a narrow escape from freezing to j death. j A quiet wedding too place at j the home of Mrs. N'attress on Dee. I *J*I at 7 p. .m when her daughter { M iss La u ra Xa11 ress was married ! to M'- Atlolph Block. Her. J. T. Horgeu was the officiating clergyman. The couple- were attended by J M. :inr\ Mr. Tar] Xa11ress. Only !a few of the nearest friends and re- i jlatives were present to witness the | ceremony. At 7.30 a. bounteous | dinner was served. The bride is a and Mrs. Thomas ante ti> Alberta about | six years ago from (Jainsboro. Saskatchewan. The groom is a son of Mr. (and -Mrs. John Block of MeClond {County. Minn., lie immigrated to Can-! ada some years ago and lias since i j been engaged in farming. ! Mrs. Block are both well Mr. and known in a host of long and EAT BIG MS! NO *PAr>E:'S DlArfcrSnv' tS QUICKEST, � SUREST STOMACH RELIEF KNOWN-TRY IT.' Time it' iV.pVs DIapepsin will digest anything you eat and overcome a bout, gassy or out-of-or*er stomach surely within five minutes. If your meals don't fit comfortably, cr what you eat lies like a lump of lead' in your stomach, or if you hava heartburn, that is a sign of indigestion. Get from your pharmacist a iifty-^�ent ease of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon an'you can* Tfiere will be no sour risings, no belching ot undigested fdod mixed, with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the ptomach. uau-cea, debilitating headaches, di^icesn r'intestinal griping- This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food left ov*r in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape/s DlapepHtn is a certain euro lor out-of order stomachs bfrccicifc it lakes hold o; >our food and diKc-."ts it fluflt the same as if your stomach wasn't there. t Relief in five miunt^s from all siom en misery is waiting for you at an> )tfruc stor�. Thc#ie large fifty-cent c^ses contain nougb e "Pape'is Diapepsin" to keep the entire family free from stomach disorders and indigestion for many Months. It. belonKb in your home- ^iTortisemenl. {this community, and have : friends who wish them a 'h-inpy journey through life. Mrs. Thomas Ho'wcort passed away t j licr linal /'est, at the family home wvsi of town, last Saturday. Jantrary lihe fifth.' MS. in her 43ttl year. She j had i\een suffering from a serious malady for some time and during the past Few weeks all hopes for her re-covery was given up. and it was only a manor of a short time till the end would come. The family is one of aim pioneer sealers of-the district having come here in 1910, and have been very successful in 'farming, having | built for themselves a very comfort-i able home. The deceased leaves to mourn a husband ^nd one son William. The Presbyferian congregation of Orion held its first annual meeting. Mr. Peck reported in connection with the church building that the total receipts amounted to 51,163.70. Mr. Robertson reported service held on +2- Sundays with an average attendance of 44. During the year 414 visitations bad been made of which 1 _'.> we're in the Orion district. Communicants on the roll i'*>. Baptisms y. The retiring managers were John E. Jackson. H. Peck and Mr. French. Those fleeted to take their places were John )�:. Jacks/m. re-elected, Peter McAskil and James Dickson.-The full board now is as fellows: M. J. Rogers, chairman. Win. J. Peck, secretary-treasurer. John \V. Jackson, Mr. Kftelslon, John Hanson. Wm. Kagen, and the thr^c nowly elected. Mr. McXeldy who habeen assist, ing in the local branch of the Canadian iiank of Commerce, left on Hatvv-(}::}�'h belated train for Slviunavon, yask. "Mac" will be missed in towa as he had made many friends during his it monibs here. Mr. McCuuid, P..A., who was to take charge of the Presbyterian church work at Rancfiviile, wi-i remain with t I Mr. Robertson, and have charge of the Manyberries district for. some weeks, j as Mr. Robertson has been under the doctor's care for the past two weeks, caused by over strain and work during the construction of the new church. Miss Loree of Youngstown arrived on Saturday's belated train and will spend some time with her sister Mrs. Fletcher. She experienced an awful trip for there were two snowplows and the regular train stalled in^the drifts west of Ktzikim for 24 hours. She and Mrs. Henderson and Constable Henderson A.P.P. and some more passengers spent the night in the caboose with the train crew. This was the worst blockade yet but there may be worse. Ernest beitcnfield who was looking after i). \V. N'attress' stock for the winter, had the misfortune of breaking his foot. He left for his home at Raymond. Ralph Courtney has purchased Mr. Belts' farm one mile south of town and will take possession in a few day3. Ralph came, from tlie Toronto district where the family have lived on a farm so his becoming a farmer is not a new game .for him, but merely changing the 'east for the west. Mr. Htrtts is one of the early .settlers of the district having home-steaded the land just sold, immigrating from Minnesota. The deal embraces the farm and all stock and implements even iovthe chickens. The price was in the neighborhood of $>;,0'io. A GOLDEN WEDDING \ II. S. RED C Mr. and Mrs. William Porter, of the A pleasing feature of-the eveninr Arlington hotel, celebrated their gol- was the dancing of a-Scotch reel bj den wedding on Hogmanay n'ght. the aged couple to the skirl of the They were married in Dundee, Scot-' bagpipes, after which Mr. Porter de-land on JV>:r>ni;)�M- 31st, 1867. They dared that ho felt good- enough for spent, most of their married life in another fifty years. Dancing was kept the United States, coming to Le(h- up till the wee sina' hours, bridge ton years ;k;o. They have a \ At the supper covers were la#d for 0. S. WILL PRODUCE fam iy of ten, mo.-a of whom v.-eie present, a I so Mi:-s Margaret Porter, sister of..Mr. Porter of Buffalo, who was present at their wadding 50 years ago. thirty and the tables were daintily arranged w th chiysantliemums and other flowers. The couple were the recipients of j many gifts. I 1918 | "Washington, Jan. 11. - Chairman 1 Hurley, of the shipping board, in a statement, last night announced that jthc production of ship tonnage in the ' Cuited State* in 11*18 is estimated at �from 4,r,im.oi;0 to 5,000,00'.' tons in a special report by Lloyds. At his request, Homer L. Pc^uson, president, of (lie Newport News Shipping, company, testifying Wednesday at tlte senate shipping inquiry said Lloyds had estimated the production at about 2,-;".�ji;,oiM�. Uiuirman Hurley .said there now are l IK shipyards, r>l for steel ships and 117 for wooden vessels in . the ,f'niK:il States and that (he forct-cf shipyard workers had increased ifrom i^tv 1.05,o votes. In l*ui'). 1st circles it is "-as thought wisest (o have preHmrn-a!so said that th.e ridi* r^s of (irome am c S!.instead will pa.-.-; iver (o the government afrtr He' counting of tliejiun premiers are to debute the question here. The government, h.as agreed to a ' ;*tat�montH froni London and Wash-' -gtoii. The French, Dritish and ital- soldicr"-:' vote. h> \w.me, AioAlasiej's 1 minority was *;i�e. and in Stunstead the Diberjil cajidiUi'te was clticffed by about J.OUtj.  tri discussion of its war policies tomorrow in the chamber of .deputies." r FOR FRENCH A have been cared for at fivian Les Hains since the Red Cross began its work there. Twenty-eight hundred persons h^ve been housed at one lime in Paris alone, while in thiny-one other departments in Prance liveable houses have been provided with some food, fuel, clothing and furniture by the ifed Cross through it^ own officer in sixty-three cities and towns. Paris, Jan. 11-Forty million francs will be spent by the American Red Cross in aiding French civilians during the next five months. These estimates cover immediate requirements already approved and are taken front the report ot* the civilian department updn the work done up to December 31 and outlining plans for the future. The figures do not include twelve million franca used for civilian aid up to the end of November. A report which Majbr Grayson Murphy is taking to Washington will show that 3S,000 refugees brought by way of Switzerland from northern France, are now being cared for each mouth. Fifteen thousand of'these are h-une*oss. Thirteen thousand refugee children 1 t I j I New York, Jan. 13.*-Augustus Post, former president of the Aero club of America, Wio recently has returned from teuropy. predicted in an address here last nighjXhat trans-Atlantic air flights were a possibility ot the near future. - In Paris, he said, he had seen an irpiane 137 feet wide, 30 feet high and 7.~t fer-r long, with engines generating 90u horsepower and a lifting capacity of (1,000 pounds. In Italy airplanes arc being built for engines developing lOp horsepower. The urichinefc are designed to curry no passengers. a Important Auction Sale Next Saturday, January 1 2th A�T TWO O'CLOCK P.Mi PROMPT * at the hayr hardware company FIFTH STREET SOUTH FRANK WADD1NGTON Will Sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve: (iranito ware; copper bottom boilers; (Inward of every description; carpenter, tuoin. including planes. sa.v/h, brace and bits; gas stoves; building, paper; tar paper and roofing paper; long handled shovels; round nosed spades; digging spades; logging chains, devices; Whipple trees; Stephen's paints In quarts anil gallon cans, all e