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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T11R l.KTllRniDflR DAILY UKRALD FRIDAY, JUNK I, 1917 Calvary, May Alberta brought out the fact lhal Iho OAY.C-A. ent-assotialtGn rormed recemiy ifcM over- a'meeting of dstegatcs from Of ihe cotlfrilnlions might give is poUUs in tho rrovir.i-o, held !u lull met; instead ol e public library The TallowlnE oJ- a tew being wuu com- icerrwere cltcH-d: ITeMdeul, Mrs. H. torts. It vn also-staled lhal moucv Calgary; vlcerpresldcnts. lUt-McDited lor a syei-ial buluUoii or, rs- A. N. Moual, Edmonton, Mrs. G. U'oiupauy, sent to IU- essccisllon rtohlnEDn and Mrs. L. would be used for ifco jturpose Mcllean. MedEcliiiF liar, secretary, t tied, ArraiJEomenls recently uiidc Calgary; treasurer, wllti factories Iu the nf Man undo S. Woodball Calstirr. The If iwMltle for a cablegram lo have xeculfre committee will consist or! socks immediately seni to France on II presidents of provincial women's I ciders up to COP pairs- ilzalloris ond pairiolic orcaiiiu-J The work iliat women were "in the province dfiUE com-UoUi; In the various Jtsaiuraiious for wort. A sub.cxeculive was lied Cross not lielns Fiittic- clDted to carry on the wort ot or-jlenlly recoEnlied, arcordinfi lo h Tbts commlllce will con-iT. A. who was speaking; Spence, Mrs. I1. J. Xolau, Mrs. cou.M be by bam was incKct'J to dare more at- teuiion ro ivuinry ol whom one lieanl little- Lu: who hail been driving wiles (o stfwfas meeHngs etc.. durins Hie coM M-kter. _______ Hie alTixins oT Cal-il.O.D.K. ISR to ell article, -ill FreO Smllh. Kdmonton; j the RcU Cross would. 01 [Trs.'Parlby, president of Ihe 'United! thy. bave lo uen; Mrs. XYllson, of VOETC- Mrs. Multltew, of Edmon- in, president ot the Women's Insti- Dtcsrot Alberta. .Tbis commiUee has oirer to add to its' number. Local nmmltlees will be formed In each enlr'e where any work Is being done. Alms ot Organization The new organization is n branch f thV Canadian association which has chnrge of field comforts for idian troopa since ihe outbreak o[ be Var. The urstnr need of more ind Urgcr supplies of eomfons fras brouKh't betore ihe meetiuc by rsprcsonied lUt- _____2 at the recent meeting of the omlntan council In Toronto, and who. rcsolutlou urg- the-prime minister ol Canada lo Miss Pinknam, Mrs. Georce utilize In national service oil available iald and Mrs. Hyo'ltuan, of Kd-- resources ot men, material a lid wealth was enthusiastically endorsed ai the Albwla MelUodist conference tins morning. When the result iras an uounced Ihb whole conference rose kllh were appointed to represent. Klberla on the. Dominion council. The Canadian is not B new nor indepen- hent'j organization- bui I work explained Mr. uin.1 lo Lu-oriiiii- I ro-iifurt lines and'sabg. "God Save the King." Tha drily vole aeainst the re cfaanneJ; if diniculty Iransportatioa and overlapping in e wort; and lo have a quiet and 'icient means of spreading know- ledge" throughout the province as "ip be need? or ihe men. .The, govern- nent: had transporfatfoo, lif GOO of field comforts from montbly, and these _ woyld arc Jo be srnt (hrough one shipping "cotre to avoid troubles solution was Her. Charles Bisliop. o Bow Island. Copres will be sent io Sir Robert Burden and Sir Mrs. (hat the luterU Red ..soeJety, al Ihe would act Ihe agency and a. record wonld be :ept ot all supplies aenl, "where from, d i'.thejr All supplies snt' Tree to the Red Cross arded free. raised the the' Boremment transporta- 5lOTr, and lhal supplies t direct to. men In tie little "USE YOUR TBACTOR.1 "Help Your Every idtnier wbo owns a iractor owes it to his country this spring to do all the custom or exchange work he can do without ueglectiu- his own work. Every hour that his tractor would otherwise be idle it ought' to he at work helping a. neighbor who is behindhand with his plowing 61 Make your outfit .work from dawn la dart; make it'worlv-.al night if yo.u cave 'enough to fill the EttHts. The acreage to be harvested Ihls fall hangs on the plow Don'L let an acre that might, other be planted go unfilled becaua your Iraclor-is the shed. Help your neighbors and thus du .you part slrenglhenlng the allied'lines iin'.'mfTcry short lime. 'This on the battle fronts of Europe. Our Clearance Sale Is On! All Colored Hats Going, at i 20 per cent.of f i Mibridge Ltd. SCOTT, MANAGER 1 514 FOURTH AVENUE S. PRETTY MILITARY CAPE Here Is a military cape Ihat is al- ractlve as can be. It- Is made of rench blue broail clolh anJls smart- s' trimmed with olack velvet and sli- er braid nnd butlons. Tho hal ;ests both a shnke and a helmet and he spike embroidered .on 11 rather eniphasltes the latter. Let Nothing Spoil Heat, Dirt, Improper Handling, Flics, naectsT ar.d Rats or Mke arc the Grestsst Food MISS GREAT REDUCTION SALE Sat. Morning, and contiiyuc fcr Iwo Avccks. fl- i ALL TRIMMED HATS al Half Price, Flowerc on sale al 25c early and secure 'y r bargaina. .MISS TILNEY 704 R6VAL AVEtlUE 9. Keep Perishable Focd Cold. Keep perisnables clean, and cohered. TLe fiah, nillk, nud s are allowed lo warm ihey aln lo spoil- flaclcriiL and germs multiply rapid- ly m slightly -warm food, and quietly make il dangerous or until Ic eal. Keep, perishable fooJs In the cool- est, cleanest place you con provide, preferably in a soon, refrigerator or ice house, but, al any rale, in corercd vessels suspended in Ihe well, or in tlio coolest clean place in your faoine or cellar. Do not Keep perishable .foods In a hot kitchen or pantry "or in a sunny place a momenl longer-tban Is ry- Dry cold Is a hetter pfeserralfon Lbao damp v. Keep Feed Covered and f'lean Thi dust rarticlC5 Iu ine air carry s-d gsrniE. Meal, flih, acid milk are ideal breeding grounds (or such germs. Keep your food covered so thai Lbese bacteria and germs will have as little chance as possible Lo get on your House called "typhoid among the dirtiest things that enter our homes. They fly Irom ewers, privies, end manure neap 3, carrying filth on their .ieelr the; deposit on any food on which they alight. Frequently germs pnotd fever are carried by flisV in on (heir bodies, and in their excrement Ordinary cleanliness demands that Hies lie kept nut of our homes and away from onr food. Health protection makes It essen- tial flics.. Keep all food covered, or at'least screened from ibpsc carriers of deadly disease and ntl.. files by every possible neaiia, Guard Fond Against Vermin. and mice destroy mldi'ong of lollars' worth of food and qlher prop- rty every year In homes or 'farms, and In business estabUshmcalg, Many tiarbor the of bubonic plague. Trap atul kill them. Look ipoo every mouse as BTJ enemy to four property. roaches and house raU. fCeep weevils out. of cereals. Keep your food where such nests can not reach It. Keep household pcla airay1 from food. _ Store Vegetaules and Fruits Prsp- crly. Dw'L let vcgctablca or frutts wdt or lose Ihelr'i flavor.br begin to rot because they arc handled care- lessly. Kecp.pcrlahable vegetables In cool, dry, Veil-aired, and for -most dark than light rlacca. Learn how tq' Ftore potatoes, cab- bages, root crops, frulls, and olher roods co tnal they will VtGcp propcrl) for liter use, Don't Iblnk that any place In the cellar or pan try fa good enough lo fowl. i -He-il, dampneaa, poor-ventilation bruising, or breaking tat Id If make many vegrlablca rbt, fc'rnlcnl I or spoil. Wnimlh and .light mafct vr.SG'phlca sprout and (hla lowcn their (juallly. Can or PreBtrvc Vcgfifablis and Frulli thf-.n iHerc ia a of fruits o .elablcs ihat will spoil If kepi, cook or aNJ Keep them cold an covered for use In a day or two. Can or preserve all surplus food from gardens for winter use. In i morning's work with ordinary horn utensltfr, you can put up many cans o Ycgciablcs and fruit for wInter Uie If have no inrden, watch Ih Vvneii any frull of, Vcgcl able lhal can be canned become SJirl cheap, H end .can li, tor home use Do CLARKE'S Saturday Bulletin A GREAT LIST of BARGAINS (he most wautrri ami in many eases the of at money saving' iiroitositioiis entirely out the will iuary t'm'-thosr who buy XO NEED FO.K A LONG TALK'ABOUT SUCH .EXCEPTIONAL SAYINGS. THE DETAILS BKIEFLY-iTIIEY-ARE SPECIALLY CAKEI'TL READING ANDST1IE CONSTANT KEEIMXQ OF THE PACT THAT VALUES AKE CONSEUYATIYELY STATED, EXTKAOltDINARY AS THEY APPEAR TO HE. Greatest Hosiery Values in this icimty In spite of scarcity ol many lines aud constantly, increasing prices slocka hero arc (he largest CTCL- shown and values as good as ever shown in normal times. V f A big Saturday collection -tjl' at this, price .In lud-V line quality coltou hose, also children's silk llsla' in sky. piufc, blach and while up 10 inches.Cblldren's sox In white -Tft'liUe V'i'.h Ai Ladles' Silk Lisle Hose. AL tJOt Lovely fine grade, black ami while. Seamless feet. Sniendld t j Jftfl Girls' Silk Lislo Hose In xn rjbs' Hcnuiifui qual- ity. Colors, sky, .pint, Un, white All sizes In all colorjt In stock. Special yalue. Fina Silk Lisle IIOSCi as ig ever boughl at the price and bcttrr iban" you can buy elsewhere right j noir. muck and white' only. At S At Ladles'- llea-y Silk sold here -at prici'for niaiii -5 years past .Colors -while, blact, shy, pink, sand, putty, erey, etc. Now worth Black Satceu Drawers Splendid qufllly sateen. All sizes, 2 to 12 yeara. Children's Heavy or limited under- walstg. Heavily Uped and 2 lo 12 years. French Fashion Whitewear in Complete New Stocks MTiltcwear represenflnE the very flneai of hand made godds, yet. 'said at leas' Ihr.n halt the price. MaLer- iala used, are soft and free from1 dressing. Each garment teaullfuUy rinlahed button holed edgea and dalnly embroidery wort- French Fachlon 91.75, 12 00, }2.50, and French Fashion Cornblnatfonir-7 drawers and cover, 93.00 French Fashion Envelope ChemiK different etyles, plain im- broldcrcd. to French Fashion Undenklrti. Htavy rfi'pp and fine and up ta French Faihlon Corttt Covtrt, Many ilylta In lovely quaMtiei. Special valuei at 90c, and :inal Clearance Prices on leady-to-Wear RICES THAT ARE ACKNOA'LEOG D BY THE KEENESTi BUYERS MONO WOMEN OF GOOD JUDO- ENT AND DISCRIMINATION, TO E THE LOWEST QUOTED HIS CITY FOR GARMENTS OF OHHECT STYLE AND THOROUGH REDUCED OR THIS SATURDAY BARGAIN ALE AND OFFERING SAVINGS AS MUCH A9.MO.OO AND N THE VERY CHOICEST OF THE EASON'S CREATIONS. You Save on This is your golden oiiporlunlly lo procure a sullUo your kinj for asiorlmcnts arc slill load iliil Ihol saving olifld.OO Is oni jimuccmonl which you should riol Icl'pass. '.y. Coals -i IT p aLMay 1 i 11 ?20 Covert Coals Ibus colors. S: 30.00 Serge suits, navy, bromi, rccn and blnck. nA nft 15.0D 1'oplln Sulls. Lalost nov- ity styles and oj; nft olors..............-. .TaHcta Sulls. finrsl Tii'ie Of Slik. O C rtft JJ.VO f35.00 Serge Sillis. Flandsomc siylcs In all colors. '.OC Aft J37.50 Serge.Sulls. A lovely loi lo choose from. CA Eichr........ S35.ob, WoorJcraey Snltf. Ajijllc, goltl; blue anil rose, o C AA Kach 532.50 Scrgo Sulls. selcciion. Lt.jO Extra: Sat. Suit Sale at Just an even doieii.lelt in Not this but iplendid coniervstkt itylts that are always goorl. Tweedi, Sergei and h'afr Line Stripet. X Coat Bargains Extraordinary All J20 Cocrt Coats Sadirday All 530. Covert Coats Saturday All Covcrl Coals We (rave been doing. big thingt In, Ihe selling of coaU, chiefly on raccovnt of the Excellent "quality ''of and Mjperlor and frtocki well ttiOM sold with fresh arrivals each wnk. Tim Medium ami full ftg- .-it niQllcls shown in splenilJrl vorlely of cliolco. Si I "ift Slight anrt full ligure .i( Sizes 13 lo 3U AH exceptional values. If Mi -Medium aod stout urc m0llci3 lH styles and grades of malcrlals. ty fkrj Silk brncado corscta Jtl stuul ilRures. Sizes IP to 31. WE GIVE FiTTmuS if UESJnSC GUIs' Wash Dresses A lovely coJJecttoji In nildtlj" ann olhcr styles. Mailc of heavy Juan and pretty glnsliam. colors. OuarantecU waajiable. Girls' Wash Dresses- 6 to. 14 Years to Dozens ot handsome anil very lieconilns styles for Rirla of. tills age. Cheaper Lhan you cnn make them. All Kuaranlecd washalilc. Saturday Bargains in Silks Featuring Large Slocks 'at Special Trices. All these lines wire bought when were much fewer than.. they arc now and any line mention- ed here Is noWjWorth 20 to 40 per cent, more than price. Natural Shantung, nlcu A I fercn wearc splendid weight, 34 Inches wide. A allk we soli, hat season al Xow vorth 05c, 41 IM) Beautiful Wash Silks YII blach< sky, pink, old rose, nllc, etc., and dainty floral designs on white ground. All 36 Inches j (j-: Pure Silk Wash Creno ;il Tl.-'J for undCTWear, chllilren's wakls, etc. Yarri wide. Colors flesh, and black A lovoly -n Ity In every Imaginable color. Now worth 12.00, At Hlack Mcsgclalnc. In .-pl.illf nimllly nnd finish, 30 Inches wide, doml weight niKl heal coloi'. Chiffon TflffcLa, jilaln ccllnn of alt the ncwcal shades, 3C Inchcr. bcsl oblalnablo s.lk oL. SATURDAY BARGAIN SALE Phope 453 612 Third Avenoe, South r ;