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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FHJDAY. MARCH 1. 1918 THE,,LKTI!Hl^inr.K DAW^Y' HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN O o 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o p o o b G 6 o o 0 o 0 o'^'o 0 0 0 o 'orp- ooooooooooooooooboooooooooooo o I MAKING OOO OOOOOOOOO 0^0 0 0 0 UND THE P Can You Afford to Miss these? White VoUe Waists with vory lu-nltily giu-broiilonnl. frnutB. TIiqho littve a Inr;,'!! collar and nutta and aro boautituUy trimmed with .laeo. Kntlrc-)y new stock jiml urrlvel. Only- A Most Useful*'Artlcle of Dress Is a Nurse's Apron Ours havG nxlra InfRo lilh and will covor all tim dress, Imlnj; vory ronnilly niailo. Wo are pliltlng out a line at- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo THE VALUES IN THIS ISSUE OF OUR DEPARTMENT MANAGERS' STOCK REDUCING EVENT Are of parliculai- importance to you-ihe values being so strong. By the way, numerous of our customers are takii)g exceptional advantage of the opportunities for savings afforded by this Stot 1; Ivxlucing Event and are making daily purchases of different items. They tell t.s that the chapce it gives for exercising real economy in. supplying future need 18 too good to be misse^. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM ? OOOOCOOOOOOOOGOO Isn't It Time To Think About Your Shoes for HERE'S A VERY SPECIAL LINE 2,S palrR only, Men'H I'nlont. Lcjithor Hul^. .wilh lilai'k - poplin cloth lops, miidu on a very iinar. Knc;lish hut. Il'j;; a- Goodyeiir wellod niodiuiu wclKlit Icatlu'r �(iU' an'.i. lo 10. TI'k! regular price Is $7.r>0. hut hh a special atlraclioa wi> liavii jiliiced Iheni on our tables at DQ ^ifup W^n's Bay (Tompana. o DO YOU WANT A REAL BARGAIN IM FRENCH CASHMERE This JK siich .'i special l)ai",;iiii that \vc are ulillzlnK ihe ttiinlo riUK lo (unphasizi' i'- iniportanee and bring It thi! more strnnyly to your nniic �. li is a line of- FRENCH COTTOM CASHMERE :!(�) inchoH wiilo, inanufuclu: ' i in the old country. The colnrs are .warranted fast rnino In crcftni, scarlet, wino, sape Kreen, |)lum, E'li'^'-'i l)ro\vn, navy and black. Thn regiilnr price i.s 50c,yard hui. nn Saturday and Mon-' day wi! shall sell at, yard- Don't You Require These? Here's a trimmer to complete the window . effect you are carrying out this spring. No Phone or CO. D. Orders With These, 40 ONLY, GREEN Window Shades , . 50 ONLY, GREEN Window Shades 3 foot by G teet. Kegular S teot by 6 feet. No. 1 7i>c for- . rubber. Regular S5c for-, : : : : > �> : : : : � ? A CHILD'S PRAYER .J. ' ** "'I* ** * ** Now I lay-me down to sleep, I pray thq;]jor(( niy soul to keep, Cod bless my brother gone to war Acrosa th(j seas, in Franco, bo far. Oh, may hlS: fight for Liberty, Save mllllpns. moro than little mo From cruoj'fatpH or ruthless blast, And brinfi''.hi)n snfoly homo ut last. '> ? > ? i, PERSONAL ? >,� > : : : > � : : > MUb M. ^RCdonald formerly of the Canadian TJank of Oommcreo, Tuber, who has. accepted a posltiou with tho Standard Ha'Jilt>'liofc, arrlv.od in tho city this attdrhtioil., Jlr. Carl McCann, of Qoaldale, on- tortalned aotno .tl(toei� or twenty of his-young friondM'on Wednosdny oven- Inu at the ranch. .The guisSts nnjoyod games, muslc^antrslriglrig and a dcHo- loue supuer. All bad n Jolly good tlms\. i, j, � 1-^ Mr. A. ,1. ""kulr'has returnod from Calgary, and h,tiB qulto recovered frou) his recent lUnpBS. A jolly ovipnlng'.was Spent at tho home of Muriel Hyssop, 31S pth Ave. 8., W^dneBdiiy.e.Vanlng whon iho J. 0. (I class' of Knojt .cUurch ontertalnqjl. Thorp wer? about 115 preaeht. Tlie flrijt l)art of the .evening wua ppejit playing vai'loua gomoH,.l.ho .mo^t being eon-toatH., Dainty i/ofroshmcnts' wero served, after whlcjv an hour or two of ilam-Ing tyas enjoyed.' ' ' pita! is the G.A.M.C. hospital at Folk-atone, ^ln tho picture are Mrs. Hugh Donnan and Miss Vrooman In nurses' uniform. � * Mrs. E. ,J. Hill had .a small' tea yesterday In honor ot Mrs. Jackson, Mr.'*. J. G. Robertson's guest. Judge Ives" Is tho guest ot A. 11. Ives, 14th Street.  .    > 4$ Mrs. Gredott, of Caignry,'^lB to bn tfm gueat ot Mrii. John Cralf'while in town. ' .   Mrs. B. W. Bollau'iy, ot Medicine Hat, la a guest ,at, iht, Lethbrlflgo Hotel. � .  ..�' : : : �> ? ? :. ? > � > ? � fl. �. � .:. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ., .> Tho Mission Clmlo of the BautlHt (Inij'oli hold i 3. regular, meeting yesterday at the p;ir''QnaB0. "I'ho program was Interesting and helpful. Headings being' given by"MeBanmC!� Tripp, Knapnian, Hoy ^nd Wilson. Mrs. l^awford sajigj ii solo; The meetings are held tho ftxirth Tliur'sday ot oac)) month. All ladies .welcome. ,��. r . , The Next of Klh will hold their regular Vuaincss nieoting In the Mooje Hall' this 'ovoplng at IM: Mrs. Orpdott, i)rosi(le4t ot (U^JSoitot Kin,, tlalgary, will bo" prosent. .'VU, mombor.'j. are asked to attend. 1. . . . I their only duughter, .Miss Annie frono ^^as united in the holy bonds of inat-rin-.ony to William Coulson JenUins,, eldest son of Mr. and" Mrs. H. H. Jenl .;. .> '^i, .> �� .' .0 : GENERAL ITEMS. ., ? Cr �> ? WEDOINQS ' afON|CTNti-aAttNi3TT,. ��." �. ,A lirAlitJr.'jiouBe vweddWr'Wolf pliiefl at thphonid of flli;. and Mrs.Jilcliard Gaj'nntt"ot SprlTiK Itldgo on Wodnoic rtuy, February 27th, at 4,'JO p.m., whf^t La.dy .Markham, wife of Sir Albert Markham for thi; past year has been running a club for Canadian officers on leave. Iter partner in tlii.s- i.s Mrs. Pago-Croft, wife ot the BrlB|atev-General and M. V. (ot "National I'arty" fanie). Lady Markham has uhva.v3 been bitoi'osled in Canada, for hor !iUh-band spent much of his time there, and received the thanks of the thimil-iau Government tor valuablo-aervlcia lu connection wltli tho e.^plorutlon oC llmlBon's Bay. She was a Miss Goji;vors, and hor -.ilsto)' married a few years ago IhiJ oldest son of the late >Honrl nivlore, /�'�� * � ' ti � The !)uch�i�fl nt Marlborough giv iug finndorhmd House to tho Ameriuun Commercial Mission (writes .Mrs.'Goh'-flip), and is moving (lulto soon to j_n new WlUclt house In Deviinshlre. 'I'h'e Diichoas has boon vory worried nhout hor elder son, (# the ist t,ite, Gilardn, who has been very III in ^franco iivlth Jnunflice,; npioijgpt- rPtljeif things'' H'�i' Grace's aeoohfl hoyirljt)ru lyoj,'; Chureh. Ill, ia wofltinK'in tliQ AVur OfffeC :m ho was not pnBsod for foreign sorvico owing to a weak heart, jlo has Just recently had }\ppendle.ltls, Nooiju'hasi done more since tho oufbronk of war than Ucr Clfaee ot Marlborough. -'' � �* *! �'' J . .Giipid tthd ryiiiorfl'vof ,Ciil?J(|,i ^i^'s'AVjali' as "the liifluohco of Mtiri, Uuy'ij'-'gfti.vad t(\ konp public Inloreat. cout;or'&iJ.9fl tho gallanff-'sdns and fair- ditugbt'Sro fat toimrir Premier Asqulth over since the beginning of the wrtr, Gusalp hod it,".vou may remombar, Toronto, Marih 1.-^William Jennings I Hryun wu.s given a' really .attentive (learlng at the Metropolitan Church last evening, where he iRildressed an "Alliance nieetin;,'" earlier In the evening. As .1 straieglcail, move, the alliance asked the dLsiinguIshed'Amerlcan to speak tliero fir.st, probably with the Jdoa of somliiiig th(i aiitiigonlstlc ole-'ments In the larger Alaasey ffall meeting, .with tlio help of the band, and other orators, bcrorfj tho flpaakei- ot the ovenhig arrived. ^ . At tlio cluirch Die aiidieuco listened to the upealier with;f,ew.Interruptions. 'Any wlio oime thoro to make trouble wore pUiiiily impressed with his eloquence and some wore converted in his favor. He told them Uow the war could ho pro.-^eciitcd better, aiid victory come sooner it lliere wore total prohibition, )iot only in Canada and tho , Huitod .StatC'i, but rln Qrpal Urltaln. I Tons of grain were'wapt'pd yearly lu bear and tons of coal burne.d up usie-losaly la llie oijor.itlon. ' "Wi* have had wneatlesa, :ineatlea.pop; .Ift Whw Anne Pollock, one; of: tU� jiipat at-trafiUye girla in May^ftJrJs./ypunger 8�3t;>>i3% Is the aaji(;|tl;|r, ot.:Adrian .Pollock,' Who la c&ttmberlalij and '({'BHI^'tei' 01' tho, ;cto::ap'p, una 'th"0'Hoii-' Powckf-Who iB-a daught^ir of tho first Vlsjount Solby. The marriage probably wWl tuUe ptace this wputli. ., Big Proportion of ConsolidaM Schools in Alberta'Are in Thia Section That the J..eUibrldge Inspectorate iu charge of Inspector Jos. Morgan, foj:-mnrly principal of the bothbrldge High school, leads all Allierta in the number ot consolidated HChooM established or in course of erection 1b shown by the fact timt tlie nineteenth dittrlct has just been organi';;ed, ready for gazetting. This makes 19 consolidated school districts In the old Lethbridge Inspectorate out of 49 In the whole province. The new consolidated district Is in the C.P.K. Irrigated belt just east of Conldale, and cmnprlses the three original districts of Twelve-Mile, Ready-made and East Readyma'de.  The'tanners on the C.P.R, readymade farms are vory anjcious to combine ior educational i.ufvantages tor their children, aud Inspector Morgan was only to'o pleased to lielp them. Mr. .Morgan h(i� been ulesider In the consolidtvted school movement In Alberta. Not only was the first cpusoll-dated scjmol In the province erected at Warner, but the first five in the province wore formed in Mr. Morgan's Inspectorate, in his original inspectorate there lare formed or in process ot organization the .following districts: Warner, New Dayton, WppenvlUo, Milk lilver, Melfort, SundlaJ, Milk River ViiUey, Foremost,. Nemiscaiii,. Bui