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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TrivSDAV, .IIM'; hS, l!M.S THIi LI".:ill3HIDGH DAILY IlICHALU FA(Jh; KLt:VEN � : > > PERSONAL � Mrs. v. Ci. Norton of. ConUlalo wiu; a visitor In the clly oji .Monday,  ^ � Mr.m. (;rc3t, with licr Uttlo tlaughtor, lolt In-it week to vlsll her parents In lli'lenn, .Mont.   * Mrs. v.. McClonaKhan loft ycstor-liny art(>rnoon. for ("algary to attond iho muellnB of Iho Grand Chapter O. K.S. -  � ft Mr.s. .7. A. Yoinis and Ml.sa Leah Yount; loft today to spend tho Hum- Mrs. \V. U. McKenzIo loft thlH at-lyrnoon to attoni! tlu; CnlKury muPt-InK of Uu! Grand Chapter of tho Al-horta o.k.3. .MIh9 Hilda Olxon who has hoen 111 In the hospital tor several \voe]cs, 1.'^ now tho guest of'Mr. and .Mrs; .1. Harvey. y  a �' ' .MrH. Taylor oif Groat Palls, who ha.=) heen visiting in Harons and Letli-lirldgo rottiniod to her homo yoatarday. .Mr. II, A. Sugglt was a visitor here on Monday from Coaldale. � *  � Mrs. D. A. Simpson and .Mrs. .f. C. There is no economy in i buying bulk tea when you have to use so much more qf it to get the same strength. Blue Ribbon -the tea you can't buy "fust as good." 20 I/lvlngstono are leavinK this pveiiinf! to attend the Grand (;iiuj)tor oC rlio Alberta, Order of llie Kastcrn 9\:\r which l3 being Iiold In CJalgary on Wednesday and Thursday .of this weoJi., . m m m Mrs. A. R, Cowair of'KInKSIon �\vh� and the soii. There is no tnieslion that the spirit of the llaliiin troops is i'.vcellnnt, .Vev-erilieless tlio gener.'il situation is re-I giirded as scri on iho western bank of the son, Lyn Smith, \Vald;dn Milchell. ' pime at the points where, hi; still has j Jlonald Glasgow, lliigli l.aw.ford. .My-ia looting across the rivor. Those oil-| ril .Mc.-Vdoo, Mabel .Mc .Vdoo. ICmniu ' i;|.atious nro. costing him heavily.. Green, Klslu Dateman, Helen Dewing,: i.^jci-co Tigliling is taking place in the' **fl'0i Dorothy Allison, rttciln Goldsticn, i _ '_____ ' -Margaret Asplln, Nellie Hunter, Helen i CONSERVE lEA Winnipeg, June 18,-"Western Canada noeds rain from Winnipeg to the mountains and weather conditions for the next two weeks will largely determine what ti-s 1918 crop will be." said J. D. McGregor, on his return from an extended tour of the west. While ideal weather conditions for the next two weeks," said Mr. McGregor, "may turn this year's harveet into a bumper one, the risk to crops is such as to make it necessary at the present lime to conserve as far as posible every bushel of wheat in the country." Goldatlen, Hvylin I'attcr.spn, Theodo-i ra Ostlund, Avrll l-ars(in, lOthel Lar-1 son, David Watson, Helen Vright, I ,Ieaii Oliver, Stuart Wilglit, Uernice ! Last evinlne, following the recital i jjiako, liessie Covering. Charles Fur-j in the Lothbrldgc Conservatory of j man, Theodora Rramhcy, Thurbiir .Music, a jolly little dance was held, 1 unrris, Uonald llicli.s, .\lvin Alexan-wliich was Very much enjoyed by all iio;. pre.HCiit. A general meeting of tlie Anuatlc club and opening for the season will be held tomorrow evening at the club house at tho lake. All members and those interested In atjualic. sports are asked to be present, lee cream will be served at the meeting. m m m > � '> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i- : � ? : : : : : : : : > ? : : : : ? �. The Daughter.'! and .Maids of Kng-land are holding an Ice cream social at the home of Mrs. Binning, 119 .'il.h St, north on Wednesday afternoon and Qvening next the ISllilnst; This is not tor members alone. Kverybody welcome. Ice qream, tea and plain cako will be served,    The Willard i\V,C,T,U. will meet with Mrs. Kane, 627 IGth St. N. on Thursday a/ftornoon at 2:30,  �  The ThlBtio Sewing Circle will meet with .Mrs. Watson, u37 Kith St. N., ranee Sale On This Week Entire Stock oiF and Dresses, Liacjies' Suits ' s Suits and Are Being Sold at Cost and ilBelow Ladies' wear in the famous/'Queen (Quality'' brand. All this year's goods. Boys' stock u the largest in Southeri^ Albrta, R THAEUiiRie^^ We Invite Inspectiwfc ' 608 Third Avenue S. 'I he recital given hi^: iiiglii by the pupils of 1,�!0 M. Coon'.b.s. assisted by the stringed instrumeiii and dramatic art ile'partments was ;i thorough success. The ln�trunu'ii!al and vocal J ensemble showed giHiil bl(>iuiiiig and | harmony. The dramiiiir art mimbers | I were greatly appreciati'd. In the so- J los very good voices were heard and ; reflected much credit to tlieir teacher. I "Miserere," from "11 'I'ravatore" wa-s ! the only duet and it was well receiv- | ed. The mandolin snilo "Melody in : f" merited the apphun.; given. .Miss | Vivian Peterson at the piano lent ' very good assls'tance in accompaniments. A collection in aid ot tho Sailors' Relief Fund was taken. ? : �: .> ? > : : :  MILK STATION : : : : : The Nursing Mission now has the inllk station and b:il)y i;linie in good running order. Fresh new milk from tuborciilor tested cows is the only milk used. This is modified and prepared as rotiuired. .\nynne having babies who must be artificially fed will do well to ma!-,f arrangements with tho .Mission to .soiure this milk. WEDDINGS BVANS-THOMl'::?OX. � On, Saturday, .Inne IHtli, Mr. John Gordon. Evans and Miss Cora Kvelyn Thonipspn, both of Bow Island, were ! united In. marriage by Uev. K.H. Mao Klnrion, at ."Medicine Hat. m m m � iNASMYTIl-FURNISS. i A marriago recently celebvatcd in ; Epgiaud was tho culmiualion ot an in-te'reating, as well literary, romance which began in Western Canada several years ago, when Miss j Beatrice Nasmytli, formerly of Strat- i ford, and niece of C, A. Nasinyth, was on the odltorial staiff of the Vancouver Province, and Captain ^rackenzio FurnesB ot the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, .son of Harry Furnlss, the'"'famous cartoonial of Hastings, I'lngland, was seeing tho Canadian West. . In 19lo Miss Nasmyth went to 15ngland. taking a aocretarial position in tho office of the Alberta agent-general in London, John A. Read. . Ue-centlly Captain I-^iirnlss was in London on leave; and a marriage, hurridly arranged, under pressure of time, tqok place in the historic old church In Trafalgar Square, St. Mart!n's-in-tho-Flelds. .Mis. Furnlss' parents, .Mr. and Mrs. .1, H. .N'asinyth, are now living In Woodstock........... 9WIL NOT iVETO REPORT Ottawa, June IS.-Within a I'ow days of.'icial  announcement will he published ihroughout the Hominion Unit men of lit years of age, are not to bo called u|) for military service Immediately. In regard to harvest leave, the an- uouucemont says: "Some inquiries have been received ps lo the poaslhillty of grnuting harvest leave to such troops as may be in tho country at tho time. No definite aBsuraueo can "be given on this point as advantage must bo. taken ol ships as tlioy become available. On the other hand, harvest leave will be gjveu It at all possible." The remainder ot the announcement outlinea tho exemption provisions in regard tp cases of extreme hardship. > of t her daughter. . , � � � : * * Relieve Your Li When your liver is out of oitier, your head, stomacfi, bile and bowels suffer with it. That is why a bilious attack is often serious. Ward-it off with a few doses ol BEECHAM'S PILLS which gently arouse a sluggish liver, asd renew the actiritiM lo necessary to good healtli. They never produce any disagreeable after effects. Their prompt use is beneficial to the aystem, and will Prevent Bilious Attacks Worth a Galnca a Box / Prapwad Mty irr Tbcrou Beecham, Si. H*10 yards), 40-inches wide. Ree. 85c. CQ_ Wednesday morning, yd. "'*� 35 dozen, Terry Towels size 12x21. Sanitary and pure white with border. Special Wednesday morning, pair ............. 20c Our Entire Stock of Spring Coats A very wide range of styles and materials are included-.. checks and, plain colors ' of navy, brown, sand, scarlet,' etc. None are reserved-^all ate' to go at , ^ HALF PRICE � r.'i Children's Black Button or Lace Boots Goodyear welt stitched and with cushion soles. One ot the best boots made, Sizes 8, to IOVj. Regular �3.50. | A a Wednesday Morning .. l**^�f "Kool Komforti for the Kiddies" BOYS' STRAW HATS tn a variety of fancy plaits. OA^ Regular 40c for ".. .. ^'C BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS, In a large assortment of light checks, stripes and fancies. All sizes. RogCllar S5c. for ....... 69e HUDSON'S BAYCOMPANY 65 ;