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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUnSD'AY, JANlJAnY 17,1018 JHE Average Cdst of Bread Again Shows an Increase Ottawa, jTnn.-17.-The average coat Toronto of broad In the-Dominion again regis-, Hamilton tei-s an Incroaso. Statistics for No-/v^mbor complotod today by the coBt of livlriB braiich, labor .dapartmont, aliow that tho avoi'nco ((ost ot bread in the Donuiilon increased by one-torith iof one cunt per pouad over tho October rottirna. Broad-inqreasod In cost In St. John, Montreal, Brautford, Vort Arthur, For^ William and Modlcino Hat. 'rhlfl tncroasbj tho report'states, "Is 1 due' chiefly to tho Increased cost of flour used and a slight increase in the cost of Ingrodlontfl and overhead ex- Branttord........>    London..........  Kingston and ncllovUlo . St. Thomas...... .(.; Chatham v..--fe pensea. The, rise In the coBt in the Individual gttlds fls. dub also to the' Port Arthur and Fort 11am-i. ... Winnipeg ... Kcgina and Mooso Ja# I Sasltatoon....... Calgary......... Edmonton....... Modlcino Hat...... Vanc'oi/vor, Victoria New WeBtinlnstor Doralnloh average 6^ti ti Westmount; and S|ierl)'rooko' ;.v..... 6.60 6.93 Ottawa'... -.V 6:41 G.30 per cent first patent,| ond patent. In Octobc patent, 66 per cent November 23 per cetj per cent second pat second patent flour cents.per barrel lesi ent. The first and gother abcordlng to cover about nine-toiftb ot the tloiir produced from Canat a wheat. "The cost of flour i iihased by bakers In November sho i an increase ot only three cents a bai i over tharpw-chased 1^ October- > average cost ot flour purchased b akers In October was ?10.57 per I tel; in November �1,0.60." Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price But Great io, its Good Work ,i ot second pat-Soptember 42 I)nr cent soc.-4 per cent first onrl patent, in (Irk ptitont, 77 Tho cost of regularly fifty han first pat-ond patent to-fclUers' returns, Ag A^^ Advktices thfe Uver Rbuires occasional slight tiiii|iUoa. CARTER' LITTLE LlVEPfPILLS correct CONSTIPATpN^ Colorless or Pale Faces Sl^^Sfo 'j* , � condltloh which Will be greatly helped by V^artCr 8 Your last Chance !! BabrGrand sbaeiB of Iron in knPUls mm mm - m m for a- Hurry 'up and get your ticket from Ne]|)f Kin, I; 0, D. E. and Veterans oif Phone 372. BETTER KOJiTH AT ALL Thai| those de(|^ip|, sive BUT there Is absolutely a continuation of bad i(ittf other progressive mint ijr tepsion, we have ralse(\ .th^ dentistry to an exact � solet ^Ibly of more significance t 11 s  the scope of o\ir practice e|lb fx plooo good, efficient dentlati reach ot all, be Uiolr pocket or slim. Also thrbugh ^uc do u and application of mode i methods, we, haxe,;rohl?ed ohttir of its many terrors. DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT t Is A GENTLE ART. ifexcite for With oi;r pro ,)ilo;)cc ot 111. pos-^ubllc, bin the plump It study^ inlntesB ^dental Mrs. K. Downing left yesterday for Calgary for a week's visit. � �    Jrflrs. Sherd of Bow Island was the guest ot Mrs. Cull yesterday. ^ �  � ' , Tho ladles society of the B. of UP. and E^IU hold their next dance on Fob. Bill.    Tho Noxt-6f-Kin .aasoclation Willi meet In tho Moose Hall at 7.30 toinor-row, Fr.dny nifiht. ' � i-. * �.  . On Tuesday; iit Fifth Ave. Methodist parsonage,' Med cine Hat, Mr. Thonj&s Hugh Held,: of Champion, Alta., and Miss Blizaboth Beatrice Ueld, of dr-ongevlllo, Ontario, were united In mar'' triage by Itev. 11. Lome MacTavlsh.' ' � � � * At Christ church" cathedral, Victoria, n. C. with'Dean Qualnton offlclatlfig, the marriage took place'of Gerda Cec^ Ilia, daughter of Mrs. Kembali, ' "of" Falso creek-,' Kaslo, and of tho lite Colonel A. Hi G.-Kembali, 64lh Batfel^ Ion, C I .F., .and Captain Arthur Jj!. Jukes, ot Vancouver, late ot the 72pd Battalion, C.E.F., and now A. D. C. to, Major-General Leckte. f) *   " The Daughters and/Maids of Eirfg-land...held ai very siiccessful wli^st, drive and dance in the S. O. B. nail', last evening, when 24 tables were; in i play, the first ladiesJ prize being "WSn by Mrs. Ingram; second, Mrs. Bull; first gentleman's prize, Mr. F. Smeed; iaecond, Mr. W-.-Hutton, while itlie'c'bn-  solatlon went to Mrs. A. W. Holt and : Mj". P. Perry. Altogether a very enjoyable evening was spent. * . � a .... The Major Jack Ross I. O. D. E. (ea room at Kirkby's yesterday afternoon was a busy place, quite a number com-liig in for their afternoon beverage. \ Mrs. Conybeare and Mrs. S. B. Mit-1 cheli were in charge assisted by Mrs.; Hogg, M'ss Wilcox and Miss Mable Wallace. The oxocutlve of theMath^ esis Club were entertained at tea by Mrs. McClcnaghan, president of the Club.   - # Mr. C. H. Cahan, K.C., who was the Unionist candidate agd.'nst Hon. Rod-olphe Lemleux In Malsonneuve In tho last general election, was married to Miss Juliette Eliza Charlotte HitUn of Paris. Franco, in New York cHy, on Saturday last. The civ 1 morrlage was conducted at tho City Hall In the morning, ond the religious ceremony took place at noon in the Fifth : Avenue Presbyterian church, Mr. Cahaa is a widower. By far the most successful event of the season occurred last Saturday evening at Magrath, when Mrs. Minion and Mrs. W. A. Miller entertained at tho bungalow ofUhe latter, oppoa^.fe I the Preabj'terlan church, in honor of Mr. Munson ot the Royal Bank -who leaves soon to Join the next overseas battalion. Whist was the game of.the \ evening, Miss Annie HlUler wlnnln)[ first honors, a pair ot delft vases, ahd Mr. Geo. Minion the consolation pr.'ze, a tin trumpet. After the prizes-were awarded, a dainty lunch was served followed by the presentation ot a purse of $15.00 contributed'by thosb present, in a very fitting speech, by the hostess, expressing the deep regret felt by all, at the departure of one to universally admired and respected. -PERS-One strap and medium heel.'Regular $2.25. Friday and | TtO Saturday. ....'................. ! I�f iUNGALOW APRONS In d'|S-k and light prints. Sizes Aft-' to'44.j,f5iday and Saturday....;. ' LADIES' FLETTE DRAWERS � : Operii or. closed. Spleudid val\ie. .CQ^ Frlday;and Saturday O.S/C CHILDREN'S COMBlNAFlONS -In r%t)fetly. every..size.. Value 4 in f 12.00,..Fridaxrand Saturday, . i.. ' CHiLDREN'S CORDED VEL-: VET AND BEARSKIN COM In all white. Every l(one cut to HALF, ...PRICE.:: MEN'S FUR AIJTO GAUNTLET MITTS . Of muskrat. Regular $13.00. n J A Friday and Saturday.......... tf 150 FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATES AND CREAM MIXTURES lb. net. Regular value 75c box. Saturday only. j|\ box....................... 4uc (ABSOLUTELY FRESH) A Tremendous Amount of REMNANTS accumulated during our January. Sale in our piece goods section. These will be sold at FRACTION of THEIR ACTUAL COST, to ensure a clearance before stock-taking. WE ARE NOW MEASURING THEM UP AND WILL HAVE THEM READY. FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY'SJBELLI NO. '"They comprlda the following nia. tertais: Shi)8':'r.t', ' Ptllcvv Cotton, .Toweling, VVnite Cothiri!i, Fancy Wash GodK. Sttks, Satll1^ Velvets, . Drew Good*! Ribbont', Laces,. Embroidery'and a large quantity of Flanneletts. 35 YARDS CREAM CHINCHILLA 54 inches wide. Regular � aq $3.00 yd. Friday - Saturday, L�Jif D 15 YARDS ONLY, DARK NIGGER BROWN SILK SEAL .52 inches >ylde. Absolutely the bfest biiy possible for coats. Regular'' $10.00 yard. Friday and Saturday, yard ......... 6.75 men's fur auto gauntlet mitts In Alaska Beaver. Hugular a aq B.OO. Friday and Saturday ____ 'iaiJif men's hudson seal caps Regular $�.00. Friday and M r a aturday ^..................... men's sweaters In assorted colors. iMedium weight. Regular $3.00. Friday and Saturday ................... Medium weight. Friday and Satiirday .....'............... Regular ?1.25. Friday and Saturday.................. STORE CLOSES 9.00 P.M. SATURDAY 99c MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS 2.50 MEN'S FLETTE NIGHT SHIRTS 89c BOYS'JERSEY SUITS Ail wool, heavy ribbed. Regular t> aq to |4.50. Friday and Saturday �i*tttj . MAZDA TUNGSTEN LIGHTS . Friday and Saturday only. 40 * Aj" Watt. 5 tor..................... L�i/D 50 Watt, 5 for.................... $2.55 CONGOLEUM SQUARES Slightly damaged. 2 only.. || A|-Isize 9x12 for................ H��iD '^^z':'^:'............... 10.25 JAP STENCILLED MATS 24 only. Size 27x54. Friday and . Saturday, eachr........   . .^"C �4.only. Size 36 x 72. Friday and 4A_ Saturday, each ....----........^ fIJfC WINDOW SHADES  Plain gieen with iilsbrtioii. Size 36X72. Complete with brackets and ring pull. Friday and Saturday, QflM each/..................;, OJC TWILLED JUTE STAIR CARPET 22% wide. A splendid wearer. Friday and Saturday, yard...... SAME AS ABOVE But 27 inches .wide. Fridfiy and Saturday, yai;d ............ 6&c 65c BOW ISLAXI) (From the Review) A Vourig People's Mutual Improvement Society In cohnectloq wlUi the United Church was. organized on Tuesday evening last. The officers ejected were- > President, Rev. C. Bishop. Vice-president, Mrs. .Pearl Roas. � Secretary, Mr. HOmer' McWilliams. ToaSurer.'Mrs. Arthur Mack.  Commlttea-Mr. G.' Patterson, Mrs. C. Belli Mrs.'Stewart, Miss Muriel Agsr; Miss Ross Hurlbut and Miss Fleming. Mrs. A. Goodyear. rtjcelved word4T this week, that her brother, an,off'.cer in the Russian array, and who, had been fighting for over three years on the eaatcrn front, had been killed In action. Mrs. Goodyear ^lao has two other brother* fighting In the east, , and a brother, F. F. Youngs of Pueblo California. A funeral service >wa8 held at the house on Wednesday, January 9th, fit 2.80 p.m.. at which the.Rev. C. Bishop officiated. The body was shipped from here early oii, Thursday mofrnlnK to Cakes, N.D., where the deceased with her husband had previous to coming here resided for a The^ijiad 4leath of each >H-^^iM il^^^J" fl^'S KtaT�d.S Bow Islan^d^as^.lbe dauiiht'er and son of Mr. an4 Mr�'.~W. C.Mones, \vho resided here for some ypari, and there are many, who ,wlil extent to the happy young, people tthetr heartiest con-gratulatiohs, , . ' The iristaliition' of offlcera of Bqw Island Lodge, A.F. and A.M., No. 6? tookiflace oii,Tuesday.ievenlng ot this wee^ M' follow?:-Geo. LomaS, W.M.; F.- J. Henderson', S.W.; 0. H. Bell, 'J.W.; R. H. ttob�irt3on, treasurer; W. A. Bateman, secretary; E3. B. WliK mot, S.'D,;' H. S' .Beattie, J.X>.; X-; Ilobson,' S.S.; I*, A.' Lumbard, J.S.; T. n. Blaine,/Chaplain; J. W. Heiq, Tyler. The installing officers were R.W.'Bro. W. A. Bateman, F.d.G.M. Goo. Bruco and the husband and children a. great deal of synipatlfy. Although comparatively butt a short tlm^ her^^'She. had.nev-: ertheless made many friends- in- and around Bow Isltynd,iand her death has occasioned sincere rpgret'oin tJieiPart of all.  : ' . � : TR VVEKS (FroVhOur Own--Correspondent) to u fine of, $200 and .cos(^ or threav months' hard labor tor bootlegglns on January 2, being unable to raise hlS' tine took the alteruatlve and is now working for the government. Thos. B. Flanagan, pool room proprietor of the Alberta. Hotel, appeared . before R. J. Christie, J.P., on Friday January 4th, at tho A. P. P. court roopis on a charge of operating ii. pool room without .the necessary; license as required by the'statutes'. ob5 Alberta; and was finedi.$5 and $8 costA/ or in default^of payment 30 days ii^j the Lethbridge -prov.lncial Jail.^lfait paid. ; ' 1-:^'_' i ,_2a- .LT^ff^^^^'i- "cottdl..:^iti a; beautlfur Past-ma^ter'tf Pleasant View, were married ^t the jswej, Lutheran Parsonage, Bow Island, onl Th> instaltatlon of officers In con-Wednesday, January 2nd, -^at three' noctlpni with Golden Unji (Rebekah) p.iUi,- by the" Rev. N. R.-'i;.VBraa, in took place on Friday, evening 9f last the'presence of the. bride's tather./Tho week, the official duties being undor- Travers,' Jan. M.-The- masquerade held in 'Paulson's-hall gn 'l>}ew Year's night was, well attended; although not many were masked.,,' Mrs. Guy Mc-Oann won ladles' prize and Mr. Bell of Lomond wc^n the. gentleman's. � Ihstallatloh pFoceedings,. W.B'ro. Mac-l"t?,i* for the, Home ;Grain ele- Wllil^pi^, In'behalt'Of the Lodge, pre- � ^ HastinKS returned-frnm sented " th6 : retiring, W,M,; W.' P. ^, c,jgi;ry;thls vveek^ f: ' jjliss Brown is Visiting Miss.Peterson Inchor ^ UKASONABU fM- rua immnnoN pioii mi � 9.i.MCNr. 'h.(.lidiun,uh.��T WlnnlgM.' 449 , MbI� St. VtincouTer, 470 GrimvUlo St., Say.aiW Winnipeg,, .Jan. 16.-A speiiilar.^i patch to the Free Press from'*it� tnwa correspondent tonlgh't. aay* Canada's Ipdlans are being. exipi' tram the^iwratJoR^ll the iwillf  vlcsifto^, apQoi;dftM� wJthy ' tailopB reqeived' fi'6nin' to Toronto, flnaUr leaving for the'hiB ci^mp down tn^ Toxai. ' That Bow Island la not remainInK stagnant la amply evidenced by the number of houses that are atlll In course .of erection. Just noyr a large elphtiroomed hpuse la being, erected' for Mr. Qeo. Allan south of the track hr Q. -T.Dube, who, with f Mr. Arthur Mjiek is responsible for many of the fine looktnt reildenc^a ^both-in town and country. This one of Mr. Ally's la.noo'Xcepttpn, and .altuated as at )S alonnlde pt his brptberj Emeat; ti^e.; twapreaent a.flne appearance and &re 'a reat acqmUUipn to t^e, toyrn. . ! ; iWord was rep?iYEdilur,}Mr.;:and rMra. �J.-.W.vHbprclhs lasf.l^i^jt'ot> douhft: weddlUg' event at .Ra4 Blu^f^ CaltfdK when'Mr. F. F. ArohambauU-waa uaiteA. to Mlas Heloq LouUe. /onea, ah'd Mr.> Butltejli^nd. ^uat^r > Jqnea' w�i, uiiit^ to Mlas Mor� MAr,D�ItoaB r�9B�G^1!ftr is tary; sister ^ajnbow. Treasurer. As some ol'theiiuembers were unable to be present. It'la� hoped tp complete the Installation - proceedings at the next meeting.! of the ',Ludge, when It Is hoped .that all qjierobers wUl endeavor tOibe present; i^fier the business had. been trai^iactedi'on. Friday last a very, enjoyable tlmel..Ara8 spent by, the members preaenl .with,. refreshmonta, etc. ,)..,'... ... Then), died j^t her fannr. residence west of town:on Tuesday, January 8, Mrs, Phoebe M; Youngs Potter, wife of W. O. Potter, who purchased some :tlme last spring known^aa Uteo-TrimbUy 'farm. Mrs, Potter has heetf-fUl 'for^ahoiit two, months fromi Brlg)it;i'.d!�edse, to which, ahe tlhally BuccuniV,e4^' 'The iidecuased was forty-one xeara'^Aiivelght months bid,;and la^ilUfpif^fq.'^h'er husband, shdleavea �l�va9 -ckil4rMi /to nioum herioas ihere' M^RiDW'UUna. She alao haa A father .Qm. R. Tovngi, ot MaMppa^ Minn., this week. . \y^u on Jan. 3rd a son..,, ,. * ' I Mrs. J. Mclndoe is visiting Mrs. E. I Brown. . i f Owen Dalton of Powell, Alta., is visiting his parents at Wheat Centre. ' Mr.'and Mrs.'L, Kuch and Mrs. Way . were visitors at Wheat Centre this' week. . � ^Wm. Roonickl has gone to vl< hl^ parents at Toronto. v  ,  M�g.' Blma Hamm h'as her mother and brother visiting her for tho winter.' .1 ;  Miss , Give ytflir little one lots of t^/.fpt�a every day. Nothing else will 'him ,a8; much good; How m shall we sepd you? y J- '-^ ImlMf lO/ore ;