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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta - �� r �S_ v. �3 � S3 ft* ^ r ft:;.. New Ready- to-Wear - h - % �b L -4* -#.j- h I* - -J Saturday Shoppers Abolish .-----VrV^**' Mrs. T. Simp lifv Crothers Would New Suits and Coats, New Skirts and Dresses, New r \ 1 �J s I 1 L r n 1 �> \ 1 r I 1^ - u 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, cam-brlcs and long cloths, towels and t,owelings, flannels and flannelettes, staples and wash goods, g>ess goods and silks, hosiery, gloves, house dresses, etc. it. Ar .... CLARKE'S the ladies' store 612 third avenue s. 1 L i - ��1 r 7 " L h -4 wan ' ' r 'J 1L - ^ New Order' Comes Into Effect I '1 \ - - � 1 j -v Col of 1 - Licenses ^SiS^reme CouVt Hearst :EMidencti Beards Fined Ottawa. Mar, 1,-Ah'ordor li�s been issued by Uie chairmai? of the Onadw food board* bringing the reinil grorerK vMIke Beards of Barons.^ who fra� fbund guilty on Wetlneaday of common assault on Frank Prancks In a of the Dominion under llccnst'. On and l . � after May 4 itAvill be Illegal for any | P��*-.��"� scraP al Ba,ona/ was Mn' fenced this morning by Mr. Justice Ives to pay a fine of $100 for the offense. Hay Sjttith of Retlaw ivas sentenced ! to three months and four days on a retail.grocer to.carry on business without a license from the food tmard. The regulations in regard td this trade are similar to thqse covering the licensing of other retail dealers, exrtivi that ... ______ . last 6ny for licenshig^of other retail j charge 0f stealing whiskey from the grorfrs has been fixed kt Miiy 1. while j ^i ji, r station at Retlaw. As he has spent three months in jail awaiting-preliminary hearing lie has only three Mays after today to serve. I Taber Shooting Scrap The ease of Rex vs. C. A: D. Knox the other trades vttil not in* under 11- rense until May 15. rTh� regulaUons ! contain -provisions against speculation. unreasonable increase in price, re* striction on supply or attempts to mon-| opoliffe food products, ru^iructin of 'food fit-lor consumption and waste or failure *to prevent waste 00 or j alleged criminal assault is supposed to of Taber opened this morning before a jury composed of Karl Harker, William "Thompson, John pier, John Atkins, Win. Hughes and Win. English. Knox is charged with shootjing and wounding William Howard, also- col-| ored. on the evening of .October 31st -_ i. 2 \i .4 * 4>V i k. - r 1 7> -L rl - if y. 'Hi' arrw ing now every express r r Creations in Silks. right' up to minute. 4 f - traction thereof of turnover-*. � AtproxitnatdlV 1*2,000 n-ntil grocers will be -affected hv this ln-ensinK &iy raiigement. ERECT MONUMENT 10 V - i MRS T. W. CROTHERS, Wife of the Minister of Labor. have taken placo because of the fact that Howard asked Knox for $Ht>: which was owing him. j Dr. Hammon of Tu,ber and Vloward j himself were the Crown Witnesses call- j ed this morning. Dr. Mammon told of j being called to his office to attend to Howard who had been brought there in a semi-conscious condition. The . bullet entered, the lower jaw just to I the right and below the moutli, lodging in the throat below the jaw. � The bullet was removed, and was produced 1 in court. Howard has suffered quite It will pay you to Keep in touch with the New Spring Styles at \ TV { + - .V* Mort Klien. Scotland, Mar. 1.--U a heavy loss of blood. [Proposed to erect a monument in thef Howard himself on the centre of the Island of latay. une of | coynted the story of the shooting, say- WHEN TREATY SIGNED ing that he saw Knox's hand close, to stand re- p .1 probably take up the time of the cdurt all day. On Thursday afternoon J. McAlplne of Carmangay was fined $25 and costs or 80 days for assaulting a Chinaman. tow line/ broke DURING HIGH SEAS "People eat a ?reat deal more than they need to- anil largely from force of habit. It's really nothing more tl^in custom that nji^kes us have three meals a day. 1 believe in people eating only wheif they are hungry-like babies ami aalmals. A great deal of food anifTfJine and energy might be saved by cutting our. afternoon teas and calling around from house to house. EVery extra meal should be proscHb|d. This 'nibbling businesses a shocking source of" waste in war-tint^.' the ifiuer Hebrides to .i-oiiimemorate The soldier dead of the*Tiiscania. Probably tin; monument will t.ike ilie foriiii | of a huge grauite column with the : names of the victims carved on it, and ! the site will be a knpH lacin.s; the At-, lauiic on a high elevation The first proposal to erect the monument came \ frouu residents of the^ island and a t fund was 'started for this purpose be-f fore the burials were Completed. .his. face, then a smash on the jaw � Which rocked his head back. He had' run out qX the, pool room into 'the I White Lunch where he collapsed and j didn't- remember^ anything more until he was on the table in the doctor's office. Cross-examined* he said he had not been gamWiug during the afternoon, and said that Knox seemed to be ready to quarrel. The case will HOSTILITIES WILL CEASE London, Mar. 1.-The Russiaii peace delegates at Brest-Litovsk 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. An Atlantic Port, Mar. 1.-A British steamer, which called for assistance ^snrly- in the week while helpless and *adriXt, ,was brought here today by a government vessel which nicked her up off the iN ova Scotiacoa'st. On the w,ay in the tow line parted four time* and in each case crews battled against' high seas in making it secure. Several additional oases of rabies reported at Petorboro' prompted, the authorities to adopt more drastic measures, and dogs will be killed on sight i ' J ed to locate the Lethbridge-Weyburn aud the Aklerside ^ranches in Southern Alberta, now in operation and, serving Lethbridge. so that he is by no means a stranger on the Lethbridge. dhisidn- In 1913 Supt. MacKintosh was pro-j moted to the position of division en-^ gineer of the Saskatchewan division"^ which position he held, until he join*: ed the operation ''-branch afc division^ superintendent at Medicine Hat in3, 1915. He.has been in charge of the op-| eration of that raain; line division everH since, and now comes to Lethbridge for a differet experience in operating t a network of branch lines which form'} the most important feeders of the f main line the. company has In^estern To Be With Engineering 1 Canada. Mr. MacKintosh is sure*43iat he will a- Department-^University Graduate ; like Lethbridge and is.Jiusy today get- ting the reins into his liands. J CANADIAN SOLDIERS Superintendent C. D. MacKintosh, SPEAKS WELL OF who takes charge of the Lethbridge � division of-the C. P. R. with headquar-1 !v 'ters here, following Supt. C. A. Cot- \ 'tftrell who has been transferred to the Ivj Medicine Hat division, arrived in the; 3 is- r; :| elty onyThursday afternoon and is now ''I* - installed in his new office. I The new superintendent is a New' v ^Zealander by birth, and of Scotch de- [ ' . t^4nL. He is ai}graduate. in civil en-] jJrineerJng/from the dlasgow, Scotland, , |i | University, and bp /.coming Canada ; ,;;be took a position*lit the engineering A1dapartment, constr'uetion branch, of . Uhe Canadian Pacific at Winnipeg in {1905. lie was' with this -department \ -until 1913,''during which time he help- Montreal, Mar. 1.-Laying aside the uniform of a French soldier, which he ^wors, 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 ALenterrser-mons in the Chbrch of Notre Dame- Father Deloris in an inter-view yesterday gave the lie direct to the stories circulated 'as to drunkenness and vlce^'among the Canadian soldiers. I- 3 J The MORNINCl will taste all the better and be all the more nourishing if plenty of milk froip this, dairy. .be/U^ejiv* Our milk is exceptionally rich .in..,cream and fine�in ;tlayor.,Bet;'> -tef'have a bottle left rat" ydiir door every morning, you' ca*h have it regularly for breakfast?:.' Phone 1576. >" ' ^ >-�-� l ^ 1 TV .1 Coming +- I;. Smart styles in Suits, Coats and Skirts, Charming colorings and rich quality Dress Silks,-now ready for show. , � Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 Coat F. i at f 1 _ T Body lined, novelty belts anrl buckles. Very deep collars and Taney cuffs. Colors, castor, navy, fawn ami tweed mixtures. Also other lines. At $15.00 to $35.00 MISSL.A.SCOTT O ft! ie mblem Mill, inery 5th St. South o. New ress i Skirts i m j .1 ^ifficierrf School I - �h I .^^ \' 1 -V, r. t'lV labile bur Day School remains �t- suuimer, our Night p. School closes Juna 30, for two J- 1 lt4 * v- Arrange to enter on Monday Xvn^^Harch 4, and you-will have *^tim|v^9r a''full Four Months* 'Course. /v / SUBJECTS Shorthand, Typewriting, / Sook-keW^fhg, Arithmetic, Letter Writing, English and French. i- 4 � j' Garbiitt Bu;ine$5 College 411 > 8th: St. liethbridfle Phone 1315 l 1. , H � h . i illcfence;, Phone; 1531 Wishes to'announce that she nowlias her trimmer from the city with1 her, and is showing a complete line of up-to-date millinery. This Reason will show morg^ trimmed hats thai previous You are cordially invited to call and display. i ' Stripes, crepe de checks and plaids, also plain chine. Very latent cut. Black and .colors. r 1 Prices from $10.00 to $19.00 The best we have ever shown. Three thousand dollars worth of new silks, received within the last1 three weeks. * j j- - You will find everything that is newest in silka right here andat a reasonable price. Taffetas, Duchess, J'opJhw, llab-utai, ]-ta,iah Pcngee, Lining Silka and Satins, fancies in stripes, chock,*, ulaids, spots and figures. ^ i � Spring Juits at' $20.00, $2^.08,' $30.00, $35.00, $40.00. Heatherbloom .Petticoats, at $3.00 and $3.50. Sijk Hosiery^ 4very color at 90c, $1,00, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. White Waists, $2.00, $3.00, r * J4.00 and $5.00. Crepe de Chene Waists, $4.50, $6.00, $7.00 up to $11.00. Stripe Tub Silk- Waists, assorted stripes ?- .......$4.50 at r New Easter Neckwear at 65c, 75c, $1.00v $1.50 and $2.00. French Kid Gloves, standard, quality; ^-'i^-^y-V* ;, t J _-----. ; - � ^. � * ;