Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
^SPAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDC^R DAILY HERALD X Splendid Sho\ying of ' New Ready-to-Wear For Saturday Shoppers New Suits and Coats, New Skirts and Dresses, New ' Waists and Underskirts, New Corsets, Underwear, Neckwear, Etc. A SHOWING WELL WORTH A SPECIAL VISIT HERE TOMORROW. STYLES ARE THE MOST ATTRACTIVE AND BECOMING WE HAVE HAD TO SHOW IN MANY SEASONS: AND WHILE STOCKS ARE NOT AS YET COMPLETE AN -INSPECTION WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE POPULAR STYLES FOR THE SPRING SEASON. Splendid new stocks and many special values are also featured In the new showing of nainsooks and embroidery cottons, cambrics and long cloths, towels and towelinQi. flannels and flannelettes, staples and wash goods.^ i^ress goods and silks, hosiery, gloves, house dresses, etc. CLARKE'S THE LADIES' STORE I 612 THIRD AVENUE S. Abolish Afternoon Mrs. T. IV. Crothers Would SimpUfx Our Social Life ALL RE!IIROCERS iSlHAVEllCENSESj TABER PEOPLE m OF SHOOTING SCRA"^ New Older'Conies In(o El'fcct (Supreme Court Hears Evidence -Rclliiw Man Scntent^ed-� Beards Fined on SlJiy^l--Cos! of Licenses " OKflwa. ^ra^, 1.-A"'n'order liiis heoii If.-jurii by llio cU'nlrmnii of lUc I'.iiuailiv fooil boiu'd- brluKing the reiail prororo of thp Dominion imdar licorice. On flntl .ifier .Mi,\y 1 It will he IHcr.tI for �ny retail grofov to fiUTy on bu'Iness wllh-oiit a Ilcdnso from tlie food Ixi.nd. 'Plio roRVilntions in regard to this trado inv , sluillnr to thQBp rovering tliP lleonslnKj i>r ollior relnil dealers, exri'iit Jlint last dny for liconKlnR-4>f olhor' voliil! Krm(>rs lias been fixed .it M.iy 1, while the looil i)ro(lncl.;inu'tin ol 1 ' fdoil fit'I'or consniliption and wa-Jir or j liiilin-e to prevent waste ov deterioration, Nvliert? .snob Is prevent '.lile. are proliibileii.' l.ieense.-i are made nri'oriu with those for other retull dealers in food proiiiiots. namely, for ;i nirtiover of! t^L'a.i'Oi' or less a year anil an aiiditimi-, ai tor every additlona! S2ii,(H1i> or frtietion thereof of turnoveis. Af)proximatel,v 'Ji.ono retail Kroeers will be -.vftejCted hy tbl.' lii eiisinK ar-ranseineiit. RE 0 mm m MRS T. W. CROTHERS, Wife of the Minister of Labor. "People eat ti great deal mon' than they need to-anil largely from force of habit. It's really iiotbiug more tlniu euplnm that nir>l;es us have three meals a day, 1 believe in people ealiiie only nlirii thev are hungry-like babies and Hiilviials. great deal of food and 'lime and energy miglit be saved by euttini? ont. afternoon teas and e-allins around from iionse to house. K/ery extra ttieal should be prosehbed. This 'nibbliuj; buslnessMs a shoeUin^- sonree of-waste in war-liinie'.'.' I'ori Kllen. Scotland. Mar. l.-U is, proposed to erect a monument in thef centre of the Island of l^i.^y, tine of ihe iliner Hebrides to ..Diiunenioram the soldier dead of thoTnseania. IVob-abiy tile monnnient will Like ilie form of a liuse granite column with the names of the victims carved on it. ind the site will be a kirptl aicins the Ai-lamic on a high eleviilioii. The first proposal to erect the monument came from, residents of the-' island and a fund was 'started for this purpose before the buriiiUs were completed. ^Mlke Bniirdp of Barons,'who was found guilty on Wedneaday of .coin-luon assiinU on Frank Krancks In a pool room ,scrnp at Harona, was sentenced this moriiliiK by Jlr, ,l!istlcp Ives (o pay a fine of $10|1 for the offense. Ray Smilb tif Kellaw was s9Utonced to throe nionth.s ninl four days on a charge of aloallPK whlsUoy from the V. I'. R. slallon at Uetlaw. As he has spent tliree montlia in Jail awaltliiK ))rollmInttry heuriiiK he has only Ihico days after today to stu-ve. Taber Shooting Scrap The case of Ku.v vs. C k: U. Knox of Tftber opened this luorninR before a jury composed of Karl linrker. Wil-ham � Thompson, .folin Olor, .Iphii At-Itiiis, Win. Ilngbes and Win. English. ICnox is cliarKed with shooUnp and woundins William Howard, also colored on the evening of October Hist last in a pool room at Taber. Tlu" alleged criminal assault is supposed to have taken plneo because of the tact that Howard asked Knox tor $140 which was owing hint. Ur. Hanimon of Tuber and Howard himself wore the Crown w'Unesses culled this morning. Dr. llamiuon told of being called to liii? office to attend to Howard who had been brought thoro in 1! semi-conscious condition. Thu~ biillel entered, tlib lower Jaw just to the right and "below the tuonlli, lodging in the throat below the jaw. TIio bullet was rcmovod. and wa.s prodiiccil in court. Howard has suffered ipiite a heavy loss of blood. Howard himself on the stand re-coyntod the story of the shooting, saying that he saw Knox's hand close, to liis face, then a smash on the jaw which loclceil his head back. He had run out of the pool room Into 'thft White Lunch whore he collapsed and didn't' remember, anyihnig more until he was on the table in the doctor's office. Crosa-examlned- he said he had not been gambling during the afternoon, and said that Knox seemed to be ready to quarrel. The case will ^....^u^:-------- ..... . V NEW GOODS in Ladies'Suits, Coats and Dresses arriving now everyday by express Dainty Creations in Silks, and Cloth Materials right 'up to the minute. . . r* It will pay you to Keep in touch with the New Spring Styles at ' Rylands & Co. probably take up the time of the court all (la.v. On Thursday afternoon J. McAlplne of Carinangay was fined .$25 and costs or ;tn days for assaulting a Chinaman. WHEN TREATY SIGNED HOSTILITIES WILL CEASE London, Mar. 1.-The Russian peace delegates at Bresl-Lltovsk were Informed that hostilities would cease only when the peace treaty was signed, says a Russian official statement received here todayi Three days were allowed for^ the negotiations, beginning today. TOW LL\E BROKE DURLNG HIGH SEAS An Atlantic Port, .Mar. 1.-A British steaiiver, which called for assistanco early, 'in the week while hefploss and ndrlft. .was brought here today by a guvornmcnt vessel which picked her up off the ,Nova Scotia coast. On tlto way 111 the tow lino jxirtDd four tiini-* aiid in each case crews battled against' high seas in making it secure. Several additional oases of rabies reported at I'eterboro' prompted, tlio aiitliorlties to adopt more drastic nica-.siire.s. and dogs will be killed on sight. .R.sy S.NEWZEALAiER Used To Be With Engineering , Department-University Graduate ed to locate the i.ethbridge-Wej'biirn and tiie .\lderside branches in Southern Alberta, now in operation and serving Letiibridge. so that lie is by no means a stranger on the l.ethbridge division.^ ^ In iai:1 Snpt. MiuKintosh was promoted to the position of division engineer of the Saskatchewa'n division whir' .xinco. and now comes to Lethbridge for a differet experience in operating a network of branch iine.^ which form" the nio.it important feeders of the main line the company has in-western Canada. .Jlr. MacKiiitosh is siir^hat be will like Lethbi'idge and is busy today getting tlje reins into his hands. i h 1 Superintendent C. D. Mai Klniosb, �-ho takes charge of the Lethbridge dlnsion of the C. P. R. with beadtinar-; ters here, following Supt. C. A. Cot-tarell "who has been transferred to the Medicine Hat division, arrived in the , elty on'Tharada.v afternoon and is now Installed in his new office. \ The new superintendent is a .N'ew Zealander b.v birth, and of Scotch decent. He is a grftduate In civil en-| ftneering from the Glasgow, Scotland, , TJnlTftrsity, and on coming tn Canada he tOQk a pooitiou' in the engineering dtparfment, constrliction branch, of the Canadian Pacific at Winnipeg in 1905. He was with this depart mem i until 1913, durdng which time he Iielp-c^'-rr � 1 , - .....-----; SPEAKS WELL OF CANADLAX SOLDIERS Montreal, Mar. 1.-Laying aside the uniform of a French soldier, which he ..wore for three years on the battlefields of France, Flanders and Italy for the white and-black garb of a Dominican monk, Rev. Father Deloris is in Montreal to preach a series "of ^Lenten'sermons In the Church of Notre Dame. Father Deloris in an interview yesterday gave the lie direct to the stories circulated 'as to drunkenness and vi6e among the Canadian soldiers. The MORNING CEREAL will taste all the better and bi> all the more nourishing if plenty of milk from this dairy he n.sgtl.. Our milk is exceptionally rich in cream and fine- in flavor. Better have a bottle le^t at" .vour door every uiorniug. you ''an have it regularly tor breakfast-Phone ISTfi._. � V.'. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 Emblem . - At $15.00 to $35.00 New Silk Dress Skirts ' .Strlpe.s, checks anil plaids, also plain crepe de chine. Very latest cut. Ulac'C and ,(:olor8. Prices from $10.00 to $19.00 Siik Hosiery,'every color at 90c, $1. $1.&0, $1.75 and $2.00. White Voile Waists, $2.00, $3, $4.00 and $5.00. Crepe de Chene Waists, $4.50, $? $7.00 up to $11.00. 00, 00, You Must See the New Silks The best we have ever shown. Three thousand dollars worth of new silks, received within the last three weeks. ' ^ You will find everything that Is new-eat in silks rjght here and at a rcasonaido pi'icu. Taffetas, Duchess, Poolini, llab-utni, Haiah Prngoe, Lining Silks nnd Ratlfis, fancies in stripes, c!i<'ck,f. ijlaids, .spots and figures. - II. '' .. Ill gi Spring ^uiTs at $20.00, $2S'.00; $30.00. $35.00, $40.00. Heatherbloom Petticoats, at $3.00 and $3.50. Stripe Tub Sillt Waists, assorted stripes at ,:.t................ $4.50 New Easter Neckwear at 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. French Kid Gloves, standard,quality, perpair............. $2.00 The Simpsoii Co.^ Limited 04560?