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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETllBrUDGE DAILY UVAWLD PAGE ELEV'EN Importation of Luxuries Restricted on Big Scale Ottawii, ,Kinc 5. -Examination of Iho utxt. oC Ihfi order in council m Hlricting IniportH sIiowh thu.t, In ml-liltlon to itoniK nlrpiidy niontlonod, ntfccto.d l)y tlio order hi ',,iiiu il .in Wild binolj.errles. wild >'r:ittl,rii'iiK. j wild rasiilierrlos and" wild I'llinli' licj- I rloH, .V. O. P. Oiiiivas, Mhhj^di's. plun ! thorn are included alo, iiorler, lnK''r ! taiiis, pomcprrniles anralP hazards i:()\ira(;(! do rroali', A.s lui ida.VK frankly wlio Iulh U'iihI ; i'Htati"; rri'HoniH" ot mind and iioiirugii In diHlrortji, And nioro tliun arnUon to procure hiic- cuss, .....DHVDKN.' � *  � .\rr. and MrB, K. (!, MlnK" (nee,.Miss Hazol Brown) arrived in the elty this iiiornliif,' from SeattlB for a prolonged visit' with tlio hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I(. Hrown. .'IKl lith Ave. South. Kirkby's 606 Third Ave. S. Phone 1627 Special for Thursday Rich Fruit Cake Regular Price 50c per lb. THURSDAY Perlb. 25 C Mado aecordlnp; to government regulations. Conio early and avoid diaappointiuont. ' Watch for another Special next Thursday an. jewel as well as (cineer ale. Cheese Is In ! ry. toilet prejjiirations uutl irliiiii yep; eluded. Comprised witli .sUKar i^onfee ! idnhles and fruit all eu. nf'sloeh \ monds. .^liellcd and unsh. !, hiH alt�rno,on to.spei.d three months, imported for use of j eil Uracil nuls; shelled Ill Vancouvoi.^ ^ ^ . i churche.i oniv (licenses must also .be i Pecans; sheUed peniiiii ^irs;.>^ H. Hm,,3.arriVed from,""I""-' "�""""� """^ r;L "h^fii""': Banff and Is the KUH,C:of M.r. and Mrs.; ^-j;-],,^^ ,^ , ,,..,, \ ^J-f;;;-" .l^;,,^;^:,;^:;;; al.H and eolleetinii of postaKe stamps I oherrlps, strawberries, I'nlntlnKs in oil.or water colors iind | currants and Rrapus. In � pastels valuiid al not less than $20 1 r-'eaches iplums, fnilti!e!i are: Sn:, ing temporarily ahroail for purposoi-| frosli tomntoeti of study. j C/indied fnilts and nw � Wor'iS of art In bronze, casts froiu ! cd u-llh sweetened brean models made In Caiuida and designed i and pudding containing imar; flavor-: by se\ilptoni domlellcd therein. Iliiipor-' Ing extracts, eu;;tard an i jelly powd-tation of dutiable worli.s of art is Uliiv | ei-s, lime and fruit juici (.!. It. .MneKay. :\Irs. .1. 10, nrowii and .Miss I{. I^Jrowii have returned aftiu- spending the winter ill (;allfornhi. The many friends of J Mrs. Jlrown will re'grot to h'rai- that she is ill in the Gttlt hospUui; .Mr. and .Mrs. A. .0. ('iiminiUK. ar rived from Valmoni, Xew .Mexli'o aflei an r'.\tended visit. �I; iin.;lirll ; iii;:;hen.>-l unia. lied I'-l nuls.' lUack-il -Diiiri'ier.. 1 : ailhei-ries.  �. ri fruits: :iprlc(;ls, ; iM-H..; and  H g incUid ' akes. pies ' wise licensed.) Aulnmobiles valued iw ] Mnu and uii Creniiv are'visltoi'B la Waterton l,alies Among the dutiable goods now lie-; Wiirds F.O.B. at place nf -iiiniif ictm e. j L'Don'his return tdr Vatteson will i-,..;''"sed for importation are also: liask i ruinting:!, photograph; and piints. : �die In tlie ellv nermanentlv '''*'' lunds. fire works, pieUires Manufnctnres of golrl silver, .ddn in tlu. Pj.imanc.ntly. 1 iind photograph frames. |eleclro-pIate nnd stcrli.v. iiKiuufae . Mrs. PiiAvson. of Coaldale. co-operal-| Of f"''' ""w admitted free the kinds; tnres. ot marble, ed witli Mr. Coombs in writing lhe| two-act plav "Tlie t'nrlor Snake." loi,, , ho put on at thi. Majestic Iheatre by I l^y''.'"' -^f'-'e; the Vetenins on Monday next. ! ^'l' A Knowlos. nolo; Mrs. i.Iolmes solo; Air. We.stcott, address on adult O -f t- ? : >* > -> o I- : o : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : ? ? : : : > : : : :'> will lie taking part in ! Moose Lodge. The evening concluded' "'t' Veterans' Vaidevllle show which with Iho serving of verv delUdous re-"*^'" st"Kcd next Monday night at � freslimenls. 1 the theatre. The annual meeting of the adult! nu> replai-ineetiiig (d Knox church ; bilde class of the United Church was ""'i^s aid will bo held tomorrow aftcr-Iheld last evening at the residence of,"""" i'^'''": o dock ,in the school I Mrs. Ford, -125 14th St. M. The officers: "l^^'^^- elected were .Mr. iloult, president;; ,, , , . . , , , Mr. Knowles, vice-president; A. J. In-^ 1^"" ''""^'^ ''"''"�l>' "t^I'nowlcdge gram, secretary; i\lrs. Olander, Ireas- w*"' ">""'^� 24 pairs of socks from uior: W. Wcslcotl, teacher: A\cxnnilev OM VhiivU-r. i. O. Iloult, u.ssislant. Following the bus-''*- � . . ^ Iness meeting a social lime was held.' T, ,. ,, , ^ , r-, . i In which the following took part: : ^ Alexander Gait Chapter. 1. I O. D. K., acknowledge .with thanks the receipt of forty-five pairs of socks from Galbraith school for the month of May: Olive lledshaw 1, UesBie Laing 1, Lyndall Elliot 1, Laura. Gris-dalc 2, IsaboUo Dixon 4, Marjorie Thomas 1, Maud Moore 1, Jliss Hirch I' ISlla Sullivan 2, Lilian Senger 6, Willie Uooth 1. Mary Logan 3, Vera Webb 2, Lizzie Ralston 1. Lily Adnitt 3, Mrs. Goodall Ralston Mrs. Martin 2, Elaino Thomas 2, John Martin B, Lizzie Morris 1, Miss Marrs 1. people were useless whiii v.:ii- spread ' its dark wings over mn rounliy. It ' is true that deaf boys . but helping our lielovi'il c nuiitry win a war does not lie totallv in iiiai quarter. "To begin witli, did ki- tml i;ive up our comfortable buildii,;, - in 'l"ii.\pdo I'nrk 10 bo tiirued into .i , .>iiv;ilesi.eni home for returned sold"' i-; .ind lake very uneomfortablc (nunini; instead'.' ".Most of our boys liavr r;|]i'nt all of Ihoir vftciitions nlillcrs in the trendies and these liun^-; have be"!! sent off. Why even nni- suiallesi, g'rls are b;arning i" l>iiii so>:. while lho.--R of elevf-n, Iwi-lvi- and Ihiriccii years of age are ;,;;iially knitting socks as though liny had years ot experience in thai lii.,-. "Our pupilH liave their pockoi. money in order te ;;ive relief to ilie ljuor war widow.-; Ihcii: children | or U' send cigarei;i.-i to tiie Koidior.s. "Ves! AlthoiiL'ii ive liavc been deprived of our lieariiig and are therefore unable lo ;:ilie up active service to aid Iho Allies we do what wo can, and we do ii > 'i erfully, not that others will think wi; are selfish if we do not cnntribuie. Items of Interest 'Round the Store A VERY SMART RANGE OT Ladies' Smocks .Maleiiiil is a lieavy crepe ,ind the colors are bold com bination stripes of yellow anil white, blue and white, pliilc and ��.vliite and green and while, lleglllar price $.'7',. THRIf^TV THURSDAY $1.99 CONDUCING TO A iiirsciaf A SLAUGHTER IN Men's Work Boots .Made iif Idaek or tun Urns call'. Have standard Hcr yards to each customer.) Otir re|)Utation for Silk Snaps is well known. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST OF THEIV1 Tomorrow THURSDAY 36'" PUSSY WILLOW SILK In a Dozen Shades. ' V ? �i. i. i. f. ^. .:. ? VETERANS' VAUDEVILLE ? SHOW ? : ? ? ? : ? : ? : ? : : Jlrs. Pawaon. of Ooaldnle. has been (.�o-oporatiug with Mr. r.,eo Cootubs in the writing nnd production ot the. dramatic sketch, "The Parlor Snake" which will tin an important place on tho program of the Veterans' Vaude-vlUo show at the Majestic theatre next Monday night, .Tune 10th. Mrs. ".Many of i|s li.ue lost our brothers ir'Mlss'Mci;'he;ri,'\MaVion i ^"l'"-''''' f^'^' ! 1. Kenneth Hendenstrom 2, | >' ^V' ""^'"' ' country s sake, "We also lieli) lo win llie war by doing without tlie cosily food that we were formerly nseil to. We save all ^ we can in ord-r lo help the .-Miles j overthrow the eiien.y. 1 "Yet hearing iieople Ihink that we ';can do nothing t" lielp win tlie war ** bttt it they w(ni' in our place for a few-days they would change tlieir minds to a considerable extent. "In our houseliKid science clasc^ we are it.slng rye fhmr and have already sent our former supply of white flour t.o Ihe soldiers. ''This coming summer you need not bo surprised If .vou hoar iluit deaf girls from this riclinol are raising war gardens in onifr lo cut down the ."High Cost ot Living." I Am one tiiat Pawson is dlroctins tho company, her, plunninir to Indp my countrv in this Btudle-^^in elocutionary art being a val- j ^av. and I am di'lermined lo make uahle iiBset to the artistic work in; my plan end in ilie right way. which the amateur Tliesplans are on-gagod.  : : ? > :� : : ; ? . AS A CHILD SEES IT � ff ; : "Kow. dear reader, you will rrnb-j.ably bo lired uf my dry littU' story I hut even by ii you have found out > that the mipils of tliia school have ^ set their hearts on having tiiis war ? leml in favor of tlie Allies." iSigued) JOSKPHIXK TKVO.V. II i� a popiilnr error to imagine that children are not able to realize the j truth about this great war. The same thing might with justice, be said of many adults and it is open to .......(Via Ueulers Lim itod)-The Turks made a clean .sweep of all draught animals in Palestine and when tlie Hritish authorities on May 14 held a sale of tnules j there waa keen bidding, says tlie Heu-ter correspondent witli the British fowes in Palestine. ate, amendments have been atjded to' the Urltlsh-.-\merican recruiting treaty and the document has been signed by the Secretary nnd Lord Heading iind again submitted to the Senate, SASKATCHEWAN METHODISTS RECOGNIZE THEM Amsterdam. June 4.-The German uikI Austrian ambassadors to the l/'kralne have handed letters of recognition to General Skoropadski, the llkruiniun dictator, offering to enter into diplomatic relations with him, ac cording to a telegram from Kiev. In reply General Skoroiiadski assured tho finibassadors that he would continue lo conduct the govcrnuiei.t In the closest relationship with tho fyentrnl Powers. Hegina, .lune 1.-The ministerial sessions of the Methodist Conference were begun this morning with '200 ministers in altendauco and a like number of layi^ien. Questions are iip for consideration, tho 'greatest Interest attaching to the problem of Wesley College and the contro4|frsy raging around the persouallty ot Dr. Bland. Soino nnuBiial problems wore en-eounlored in the openlr.g session owing lo the fact that practically every probationer was on military service. Out of sixty probationers only two or three did not come under the heading, "On Military Service." There is likely to be competition this year for tho presldenciy of tho conference. PAY NO ATTENTION TO IT London, .lune �!.- -in the house of (^)inmnns yesterday, Montague,'. soeriHary of stale, i'or India, was asked whether his attention had been drawn to a letter written to Presideut V/Ilson by Sir llurdayar Suhramanlya, de:' iiouncinK British rule in India. The secretary replied that the assertions in tho letter wore too wild and loo baseless to re()iiiie or receive notice from any responsible party. AGAIN EXTENDED. Washington. Juno -1.-Tlie arbitration treaty between the t.hiited States and Great Uritiiiii. originally made in 11108 for a period of five vearH and once renewed, lias been extended another five years by Secretary of State Lansing and Lord Hading, the Jiritish uinbassador. To tneel tlie suggestion of thtrSen- Clean to handle. Sold by alt Dru;^' giiits, Croeera and General Storea*' ;