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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Importation of Luxuries Restricted Big :Scale LETliBIUDGE DMLV IIKIULU PAGE ELEVEX er talus. "'L1 A THOUGHT FOR TODAY All desperate hazards do create, As ho plays frankly who bus leasl estate; Presence ot mind and courage in distress. And more than armies to procure sue cess., PERSONAL wrning from Seattle iy a prolonged mUMILIlR visit- with the la'ller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Hrowu. 3U Cth Ave. South Mrs. T. MeNab Is now recover-] ius from her ai t.ici Uall hospital Mrs. D. J. Hay has .returned Irom visit at the Taylor rancli. Mrs. if. IL-McCrcady and little .son were vrcifk end. visitors iirJiadeod.'.1 Mrs. B. A. Ewer! has motored to JKdictno Hat to visit her hrother who }s on leave there this week. j. Mr anil Jlrs. B. G. 'jltngo Hazel Drown) arrived in the city. I'lUUEil rufta, lions for which a license musl now be scope ot the ,h olilalncd aro sugar, candy and prouais all kin-Is, indudlug sweet-1 enumerated may M irauo. BUHIB. candied peel, pop corn. I Ik-caso Issued b> fruits and nuts. (onis on Ihe In tho lls( amonx now admit are in MWK. laviuVanil dausl'te'r: lellj ot'slcVK imoniU, Bells when Imported for use of oil Brazil nuts c Vancouver. A. churches only (licenses niust also .to Pecans; shelled otofned to import dutiable bells and ftVt b-rrlcs. gooac-borrles. rhervles. strawberries, curran's ami grapes. In Peaches 'plums Interest 'Round the Store 606 hlrd Ave. o. by's Phone 162? Special for Thursday Rich FruitSCake Regular Price 50o per'lb. THURSDAY Per lb. 25 C Made according to governmen regulations. Come early. an avoid dlsappoinlnicht. Watch for another Special nt Thursday- Jirowu will regret lo hear thol she Is ill In Mr" and "Mrs." Cnmmiife. ar- rived from Mexico after an cxtcndeil visit. Mr B. I'atlesoi) Mr. T. II. Mt-] ('ready ore visitors In Waterton Lakes. Upon his return Nlr.Pattesou will re- side In the city permanently. Mrs. Pawson. of Coaldalo. cooperal. 1 wilh Mr. Coombs in writing Ihc vo-act Play "Tfio Parlor Snake." to o put on the Majestic Ihcatrc by ho Veterans on Monday next. SOCIAL EVENTS The'-Loyal> brderiof :Moose held losl inleresting social feat nislit in the Moose Hall in lionor'of Spr. J. Hrys- lalo-who Is; leaving'shortly for ser- vice During the evening a nost Interesting contest of carpet-bal was pul on wilh Jlr. Geo. Jones ansock3 from Galbrollh' school for the: month 'Our girls have spent most ot thei spare moments- knlllliK socks, muf Ilors wristlets and otlii'r Irench coo tori's. Some of the girls also spen llielr vacations in heliunii on farm so that hearing.girls tJii yo to nurs our wounded spldier "Since the war star'.fid our gir liove. nmdc socks.'SletiiinK bags, scar aiid mittfi for -the poldlers in 11 trenches and these things have lies scot off. Why .even nur smalle g'ris are1 learning to knit sox, win those o! eleven, llwelvn and Iliirte years at ase 2rs KiiiitiiiK ocks as Ihongh they had years of speriencc lii that line. "Onr pupils iiaye, their pocket ipney in order' ip sive relict to Iho nor. war widows thejc, tdillilrcn r lei fend cigaietlM-fo .the, toldiers. "Y-es! Altbongli we., have A VERY SMART RANGE OF Ladies' Smocks Material Is a heavy ami Iho colors aru bold com- bination stripes of yellow ami white, blue- and white, iilnl; ami 'White uiul green and while.' llcsular pricu THRIFTY THURSDAY CONDUCING TO A A SLAUGHTER IN Men's Work Boots Jliide of Wack or tan Urus calf. Have standard screw waterproof soles anil sollO All sizea itl atock. Hegular !0.00. THRIFTY THURSDAY S4.49 1 Canvas Covered TRUNKS. Kull size anil ex- Ira strongly made. Regular S5.75. Tlirlfiy C CO Thursday J.U3 BEDROOM TOILET SETS 5 piece. Reg. for 6 piece. Reg. 10 piece- Reg. for 10 piece. Reg. J7.00 (or OF UNIQUE INTEREST 'HO yards onl'v of a BEAUTIFUL MESSAL1NE SILK. 35 Inches wide. The colors are navy, rose ,r.addy green, saie blue and rayrtltf green. SEE THEM itf THE WINDOW OUR REGULAR PRICE 15 PER YARD THURSDAY ONLY FREE LOOK FOR OUR OF A WATCH FREE OF CHARGE 'ON PAGE 10 OF THIS ISSUE (Limited lo 5 yards lo each customer.) Our rcpulalion for Silk Snaps is well known. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST OF THEM of May: Olive Hedshaw 1. Bessie Laing'l, L'yndall Klllot 1, Laura Qns dale 2 Isabello Uison llarioris Thomas I. Maud Moore 1, SIlss'Birclr.l Ella Sullivan 2, Lilian Seager 0, Will Id liootl Mary Logan 1, Vera Webb 2 Lizzie lialston 1. l.ily Adnitt 3, Mra GooSall. 1, Miss HcPhee 1, Marlon Italston 1. Kenneth Hendenslronr 2 Mrs. Marlin 2, Elaine Thomas 2, Jot Martin 6, Lizzie Morris 1, >Hss llarr A. VETERANS' VAUDEVILLE SHOW Mrs. Pawaon, of Ooaliinle. has been cooperating wilh Mr. Coombs in he writing and production of the. dm matlc akelcb. "The Parlor 'Snake" which-will fill an Important place on the program of the Veterans' Vaude- ville show at the Majestic (hcalre neit Monday night, June 10th. Mrs. prived ot our liearih'E andare there- ore iiaable lo take np active service 'o aid thrj Allies we do what we can. and we do it diserfully. not that ojliers will think we are selfish if we do not 'contribute. "Many of have lost our brothers talhere, but we' gave them np, dearly as. we loved. Ihpm, for our country's sake. "We also help' to. win tiic war by doing without the cosily food that we formerly used to. We save all wi.'lean .in imkr help the. Allies overthrow, the cueiiiy. hearing peijplf think lhat we cari 'do n'olhlng lo help win Ihe war hut if they were in our'place for n few days they would change.their minds to a considerable extent. "In our household science we are using rye Hour and have already .___1.. ...I, It.-, flsi'lT- Telegraphic Briefs arc usiiiB iiuin sent nur former supply of white flour VAR FUND STOLE THE MULES Louilon. June neuters Lim- Turks made a r-lean sweep of all draught animals, in Pal- estine and when the British authori- ties on May H held a sale ot mules here was keen bidding, says Ihe Ueu- er1 correspondent wilh the British osccs In Palestine. i ows. serves carmn "Some people thought lhat deaf tne .albcks otf the Atlantic Coasl. furtherance ot (he work of the Catholic. Army huts n Franco and Knglanrt, the annual convention of Ilia Knights of Collim- )us just concluded pledged Itself to raise a fund of wilbin the pro- vinces ot Manitoba ami .Saskatche- wan anil also- passed a pledging Ihcir .inmost .support lo "Ihc Federal" authorities; In .their en- lorcomcul ot--.wa'r 'measures which they have enacted and which" they may tleem necessary to enact.'' Ami to aid in securing the victory ot the allied armies. RECOGNIZE THEM Amsterdam, June German ami Austrian ambassadors lo, Ukraine havu handed Idlers of recog- nition to General Skoropailski, me Ukrainian ilklalqr, offering lo enter nlo diplomatic relations with Mm, ac- cording to a telegram from Kiev. In reply General Skoropailski assured Iho f-rabassailors that he would continue in conduct the govcriu.ici.t In the closest relationship with the (.entrn Powers. _ PAY NO ATTENTION TO IT Lonilon, .lune Ihe house o commons yesterday, B..S. Monlague, Bocrclary of stale, for Imlla. was asked whether'his attention bad been drawn to n tetter written lo President Wilson, by Sir llunlayar Subranianlya, de; nonnclne Hritish rule: In The iiccrctary replied that the assertions in the leller were too wllil ami loo baseless to require or receive nojlce from any responsible parly. ale, amendments have been, added ti the nrltish-Amerlcin recruiting treaty ami the document lias been signed by the Secreiao and lord Reading aiid again submitted (o the Senal- SASKATCHEWAN METHODISTS llcgina June ministerial ses- sions of the Methodist Conference were -begun-this morning with 200 minislers in ollendance and like number of laymen (Questions are np or consideration, the (reatest inter est altachlng lo tie problem ot Wcs ey College and the conlrotyrss rag as around the jersonallly ot Dr Bland. Somo unusual problems were en countered in the ojienlrg session ow- ing to the fact that practtollf probationer was on military servic.6 Out of sixty probationers only two or three dtd not come under the hearting, There is lll'el> lo be competition Ibis year for the preaMencj ot the conference. AGAIN EXTENDED. Washington. June arbitri lion Ireaty hc'iwccn the United Stale! anil tlreat Britain. orlKloally made In 1508 for a pbrioil ot five years and once renewed, has flu other five years by Stale Lansing and Lord Undine, tbn_British ambassador. To meet the suggestion of thirScn Clean to nin. (ists, and GcnaU KEEP TOUR WHITE SHOE DRESSING White liquid White CW For Mens.Womens and Children's Shoes ;