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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAIICII 1, 1017 THE LK'ninmnGn nArr.t. PAGE SEV Aa a result Ecological survey waler JrivcBllgallona in Southern Allorla, wlilcjh were established HB'B rcsull of Iho'wprk of Iho local hoard nf R. Is calling lor lenders for the drilling of 'Iwo' wells "t poto'ls -whero hitherto Iliey had thought II linppsslblc lo Bccuro water. Connie] on. tho Foremost branch olsLt Inch jroll, 900 (eet ileoj) will hp drilled while al HurJctt Iho lend- era call for a 300 rool well of 10 Inch Lore. ILADI ss PHONE 1224-- Miss Jrlareeila LafTorty relumed homo ycilqriJay after a two mouths' vlall In Kdnionton ant] Calgary. Tho regular monthly meeting of Hie executive of (ho Hcd Cross gaclcty he held (oiriorrow al 3 p.m. In the Red Cross rooms In Ihc post office' Wliat About Your Bedding Requirements fo This Spring! 75 Only Large Sheets arc all ready to UEC, They como.J cither plain or'twill. The sizes arc two. by Iwo and a riuarlor yards. Tho regular value la While they last, each Pillow Cases af 20c each Wuozoii ready to use Pillow Cases. Flaln hcin. Marie from good quality circular pillow Lull- ing, 42 laches by 3G Inches. Linen Tubing 9Qc Very scarce goods. Pure Irish Linen Pillow Tubing, '44 circular. Only a. limited quan- tity at this price- Exceptional Values in Fine Sheeting 45c Some real good values In the beat grades of English and Can- adian. Sheetings In 63 Inch, 72 Inch, 91 Inch and 90 Inch .widths. All heavy.llnen finish at prices like these. ;.-63'liich Full nieicbeJ Linen l.'inbh Shecllne..' Tho very, LeaL Quality, a 12.'lrtch Finest Quality Sheeting. Plain only. Kfll" or .Canadian iiiakcs, a DUC iy'.'si br'TwIll Slieellng. Heavy wqight linen rp tinliliiiOn' yard duC ,r Sheeting yartla wide.) The very best. gA -nualUy.- Per'ya'nl DUC A Sale of 200 White Bed Quilts ,-A fortunate purchaie of over 200 While Bed .weave and honeycomb finish. No need Lo dwell further on these bargains. The prices speak for themselves. Lot No. 1 This lot' coincs. In various dc-- tfcavy brocaded cotton. alzca.- While they last. Your cLolcuV each .19 lot No, A fine Quill -.vlth a. hrocaileii pattern. 50 quills all .told; J1.75" and 'Clear- nf the lol, each Make Up Own Pillow Cases To.lhoac who prefer making up their own pillow cases we recommend our Linen- Flnlih Tubings: They 'DTC the. linesl had: Three 'qualities and widths in slock al 40, in. Priced at 28c 30c Sac a yard Quantity Prices Quoted to Hotels and Boarding Houses all tfiis week. RYLANDS i; CO. Phone 1766- Price, Hints for tlic Kcoiiomical Iloiiscwii'e 20 Ib. Sack of B. C. Sugar and 1 Ib. of Our Special Blend Tea. Reg. 45c, Both tor J2.1E Picnic Hams, 12 to 14 Its. eich .1. -19r Oranges, Bull dog and Sunkist Dozen. 30c nnd 40- Pearniar sliced Ib. 35r Whole 32 Young, .Mrs. M.- J. Gibson, Mrs Sirs. D. A. Simpson, Mrs. Fali-lcy. Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Holt, Mra. IlllchTc, Mrs. Mrllyea. Sirs. Marshall and Mrs. Wood. Dcllctoua home cooking was sold at Ihc pantry table by Mrs. Latterly, Mrs. Kellcgg and Mrs, Win. Scott- Tea.was served (o a largo number In the K. P. hall by airs. W. S. Gray, Taturn, Mrs Scott Knd Mlasea" llazell. Misses Fairlcy, Dona Murray and Jlcryle O'Hagcn gavo Kp.veral Instniincntal numbers. Mra McKny nnil Katie assisted In tlic kitchen. The society, is..vcry gratcful lo. the'men at Ihe" bafhielja" for ilraylns- The receipts from the salo irlll amount lo between ?35 nnd CAN JViu'iT TFJ J, YOU Tm, S'PSVlWt? STYLE s am JIM oua STOiUi. YOU OOiYlft, LOOK AT O'URHJtW SWUNG AUTHEN- TIC; Ti-lttY i'LKASK YOU. PRICE OUR G003JS AMI) YOU THM.I. QUO. OUSTOiMKiW ivft.U, IS JUST -AS WJi R'OTRltvSEMT IT TO M; Tl JAT'S VI IY O'lW BUSINESS HAS GROWN, Boot and Shqe Specials MEN'S VICI KID SLIPPERS. Opera stylo. lilting. Sizes G lo II. Special ___ DOYS' DLUCHER AND BUTTON STYLES. Sizes Vf, to A Gplomllil shoa [or school wear. Ladies New Spring attire to great advantage in our spa- cious Rcady-to-Wear section. Suits Jn all the smartest spL'iug modes, including; series, black and white checks, tweeds and crcjie displaying Iieaiitil'iil tailored and fancy styles in belted and Nor- folk cnecls, with deep round and Colors shown ai'e iii black, navy, Russian and apple 'teen, sand, Copenhagen and bi'OAvns. Goats I In thi'ccrqiiartcv and full length styles. Kaglan and deep set in slcdvcs arc featured, and a well ass.oyted range in. plaids, stripes.schccks., covert coatings, Donegal velvet also black hiid nioireJjiiks i'.ve on display. Nciveltv Suits Of.Ihe popular Tussali silk are right iip-to-tlie-niiiHitc 1'or style.. feature is the baud bag- and hut band to match suit trim- mings. Makes them very attrac- tivc. Price, complete An advance shipment of Tweed' Raincoats in thrce-quartei1 arid full length styles. Price. ...Press Skirts We iifl'oi'd you :im' exceptional choice in .separate sUirts ,in siik'S ami Jvimniings; also ,haiHl cinbroiilcreil planl skirts in valour and silks, sti'lpcs, plain serges 'anil mohair. There is an unusually good tioii at moderate prices. One Item o[ business to be con- sidered at tlic monthly niccllng of Ihe 'diocesan board pt tho Woman's Auxil- iary 'Ti Caleary tomorrow is Ihc Tcslg- nation of Airs. Frank Eaton, Ihc pre- sident of Ine bparrt, who 1m held pffleb since the last annual meeting In June As lo what notion will he taken In the mailer of other officers we nrc not-In n pcsllion lo pay at present tho nnnonnrenienl of the dis'bandinij nf the branch of the W. A. fit Christ church. Elbow park, Calgary, ,.as "a protest against the action o[ dio- cesan board and In 'support of Mrs Kalon's action In as stated. by an OlTicor ot thai branch.-is newa lo Hie officers of the dloccsnn board who >cny they are at a loss to uiidiri staiyl.whal "action" Is TTclaUona between the board and Mrf. Katon have been most amicable, [her while the changing of Ihc Christ ECONOMY GROCERY NEWS FOR FRIDAY, PHONE 313 As this department had good success in the past two weeks we intend to carry it on for another two weeks and hope the many advantage of our special prices will continue to do so. Watcii our all day selling. 60c Gifco, In 3 pound.tins. Special, per tin..'..'..'...... .Mother's Vermicelli and Ma-aroni o f 2 packages.................. Campbell's and Van Camp's Soups In Ox- tail, Tomato, Vegetable, Pea, Boulllion, Celery and others. 1 P Special, per tTn......''..........- IOC Shelled Almonds f Per pound, special Preserved Figs In bottles. Each 50c Crisco, for frying or cake making. Special 35c, 70c and......-.-... .Baker's Unsweetened Chocolate''in half Ib. cakes. Special, per cake Brown and Poison's Corn Flour. 2 pkgs. ODC Be .sure ami 'note .Snedal -Bavgiiins loi Saturday. of having a daily grocery ad. custo.mer.s whp have taken the Saturday's' _. rAs Lentclf season is here you will find a' big selection of. CANNED FISH in the Groc- ery Departnient: FINEST RED SALMON, ond 1 Ib. TINS, LOBSTER [4, Ib. TINS. WET AND. DRY SHRIMPS, SARDINES IN OLIVK" OIL, FnESH HERRING, FINNAN -HAD- DIE, CRAB MEAT AND OTHERS WHICH WE WILL BE PLEASED TO FILL'YOUR ORDER. cburcli branch to a gulltl Is not slg-, cant ns the branch has in reality been doing guild ami not W. A. work. Mre. Murrell-Wright ot Lctlibrldgc, D is at present In Calgary the guest of Mrs. James at St. Stephen's rectory, I holds office Immediately under Eaton, and Mrs. Montgomery Is second Vice-president ot tho board. (From Our own Correspondent) Cranbrook, n. O., Ural Ladles'.- liberal association establish- ed In .East'Koolenay was organized last evening in Iho Liberal commu- te op'_ rooms, when that building crowded to cnpnclly, tipwatila of one hundred ladies being In attendance. The name ot the association' will be Iho .Cranbroofc Women's Liberal as- sociation. ladles the roll, thus, starting wi- der; "most fnvcrable nuspicej. Mrs ;A. A. MacKinnon was voted lo the chafr, while Xfrs. A. L. ilcDcnhst'sct- ed U Mjcrclary, tcm. Mra. Mac- Kinnon read a 'albb'g the line of woman suffrag'e, which was heart- llr cntlorseil by the gathering. The association win hold regular rncelings and will pu I'forward every effort secure belter ]cgIslatlDD. of Iho various ways and means of procedure, Hie election of officers was proreeflcd with, the result being as Collowa; lion. President, Mrs..J. If. King; president. Mrs. P. D. Miles; first vlco- prcsldcnt, Mrs. A. L, McDcrmot; sec- "MiSs" 'D: 'Drummond; treasur- er, Mrs. A. A. McKIoncn; executive committee; J. Ltlllc, Mra. C. U. Gill, Mrs. Joseph Jackson, Mrs. E. Patcrson, Mrs. P. Gcncsl, Mrs. .Gco. Ilogartb. A. C. ivho baa been .con4 fined lo bis home for the past week with tonaililis, is nbout again. Dcallle returned io the, city today from points cn3tT where he bas been on business. May Have .Perished' Wltlfafri Marshall, Inland "revenue received wo'rJf (hat n brother, "who waji 'on tbe tori; liner missing may have perished.-1" The spring lias slarletJ in Craub'rdolc. -'Xo less 'than tlrrly cars have been fl'sftscd of thus far by the agents handlins the ,icv- eral niftliea ot machines In this dta- Irict. Four carloads of Korta hnvo been solrt by the Hanson Garago.'wbilo the Koojcnay darSge haa dfofwscd 'or ri of Chevrolet, i Last evening Jn the Hex theatre Air. kVm. Irving, of Calgary, addressed a meeting, appealing especially to Ihe adlcs of Uritisli Columbia, The lion- Bartizan.league of Kootenay was- [ormcd, officers being .elected pro. 1 [cm. Mrs. I. Ilsxtcr occupied Iho' chair. .tcgina, March Lafce, ot Swift Current, before the private bill? committee of Ihe legislature, which la considering the amcndmeni.3'lo the flcnUl protesston act, declared that (TpnUslry was a pold mine and that he had made 1915 and 191G. A v ANOTHER GUESS WflONG. ttimonlon, Feb. J.- MacLcan, nroylnctal and member Tor' who has been seriously now convalescent and Is peeled lo altonil the ic'glalaliirc next wccli. 'Premier Slfton CQ-; ciared today that there is solutely no foundation Cor the rumors which have bcc'n in clrculalion In certaln'qmrters, 'v lo the. effect that Hon. Mr. MacLcan would resign, and bo v succeeded In the. G. MacKay, member for Alha-' basca. No changes in Ibe cab- fnet arc contemplated. f. A. 4 4. 4 VICTIMS OF STRIKERS Cntcago. Feb. first'death due lo violence- since the slrikc men's wear workero occurred today Tho rtcllm waa Erf-jrard TonechcV, n 24-year-old tailor, who -was several times In the nccX when tbe strikers invaded the. shop where he wns employed end drove the workers into Iho streets. Read "the History of an Oranpe1 in tomorrow's paper DOUGHNUTS SHOULD 1 NOT BE EATEN IJouehnuis arc hard ta dfeest and may .cause appendicitis. Leth bridge people should know that slrnplo buck- thorn bark, glycerine, sa hibod in Adler-I-ka, "often relieves for pre-, Elrrtple rem-" edy' acts .on DOTH bowel removing such surprising foul matter Ibat ONE SPOONFUL rclfcTCs' almost-ANY CASK conistlpatloti, sour, r 'short vtfe_atfneht helps chronic "stoniacb.'iToublel. THE'-' INSTANT, caar action" 6r LAdler-lW Is D, Hlginbotham Ltd., Druggists, Ltthbrldfd.--A4, V ;