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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta * r r i r : tjETIIRRIDGE DAKLY' HERALD � - * � - ;^ * jf j- . / PAGE FIFTEEN ;. �SBfiOHBOw > 4 , 1 ** O o o o o- ) Can You. Afford Miss These ? White VoUe Waists i With very prettily embroidered, fronts. .Those have a- largo collar and cuffs and are beautifully trimmed with .lace. Entirely new stock just arrive'1. Only- A Most Useful^Article of Drtss is a Nurse's Apron Ours have extra'large bib and will cover all thn dress, being very roomily made. We are putting out a line at- THE VALUES IN THIS ISSUE OF OUR DEPART MANAGERS STOCK REDUCING EVENT importance to you-tlx* values being so strong. By the way, numerous of our customers are takigg exceptional advantage of the opportunities for savings afforded by this. 5toc k Reducing Event and are making daily purchases of different items. They tell i. - (hat the chance it gives for exercising real economy in, supplying future .need:, is too good to be misse ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? Shoes Time To Think About Your aster HERE'S A VERY SPECIAL LINE 2S pairs only, Men's Patent Leather HhIh. .with blm-k - poplin cloth tops, made on a very neat. Knsfllsh last. Huh -a- Goodyear welted medium weight leather ho1i> and u, brqad flat leather heel and leather raced blind eyelets Allvthese details go to make a smart, serviceable boot for street or dress wear. In sizes to 10. Tfic regular price is $7.50, but as a; special attraction we have placed them on our tables at IS F-- "�A - -.-�jyi 'I t "3/ - T ' > do you want A RCAL BARGAIN IN FRENCH CASHMERE This is such a special' bur;;.in that we are utilizing: rhe wIkjJo rliiK t(� emphasizf ��� irnportance and bring it the more strongly to your iiMit---. n is a line of- FRENCH COTTON CASHMERE :ifi inches wide, manufaclu: i in the old country. The colors are -warranted iast l tome in creftm, Bcarldt, wine, sage green, plum, gold..-!) brown, navy and black. The regular price in 50c,yarn i .�hi on Saturday and Monday we shall sell at, yard- ��Si : ,rt^�l ^ .11 1 " i * j *^ :v:l 1 n Don't You Require These ? Here's a trimmer to complete the window effect carrying out thisvspririg.^ or CO, D. Orders'With Thfitse. EEN 40 ONLY, GRfeEN Window Shades Shades Regular 3 feet' by 6 feet. Ho. 1 rubber. Regular jS5c tor-, HAVE YOU TAl^EN ADVANTAGE Men's and Boy Wear Safe Yet Here are two further Items which were omitted lack of space. 1 Boys' Wool Jerseys 'In'colore navy, red and brown. Sizes 6 to 10 years. Regular $2.00 for- Men's Extra ;Fimv It(j Linen Hemstitched HANDKERCHIEFS Regular 35c,to?- it i- rf \ _ i h L PHONE 1224 \ v A GUILD'S PRAYER v pital is the G.A.M.C. hospital at Folk-Btone. vln the picture are Mrs. Hugh D.onnan and Miss Vrooruan in nurses' ( uhii'orm. !* *2* ?*3* ***� *!* * Now I laylme-.'^bwn to sleep, / Mrs. E. J. Hill had a small" tea yea- I pray tua-Dori|>my soul to keep, ' terday In honor of'Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. God bless lny;briother gone to war J. G. Robertson's guest. Across the*\ seas,-in France, so far. | * * * Oh, may his; fight.for Liberty, Judge Ives "is the -guest of A. Save milligh"8, more than little me Ives, 14th QLreet. From cruej-,1 fates' or ruthless blast, And brlng$fjtim safely home at last. th'e'ir only daughter, Miss Annie trene,: '^as united in the holy bonds of may* rimony to William poulspir Jenkiri^ eldesl sou of Mr. and'Mrs. H. H. Jenkins, of Twin Butte. The Rev. .J./N. Wilkinson, pastor of the, trftttetf Church of Pinclier Creek officiated. h^'ide was given, away ^liiy^her father, iand who was unattended, was attired in white satin with ..silk embroidered over .dress of lace, and bridal veil and orange blossoms. * Aoout thirty-five guests were present, and the young couple received many beautiful, and useful glft$, among which was a handsome cabinci of silver from the.bride's parents. ' 4-fter* about a three weeks' trip* i& the' coast, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher wjjl',return and reside at their ranch at^sh- O > > eak there first, iprbbahly with the Jdea of soothing thj-'on&KpniatJc ele-jj-anen^s in the larger ifassey kail meet- Big Proportion of Consolidated Schools in Alberta Are in TKis Section ? v v J. PERSONAL s 1. ? Mrs. Oredett, of Calgary/-Js, to be th'e guest of Mrs. jJohn5 CralPwhile in town. ' t Mrs, B. W. BetlaW, of Medicine Hat, is a guest fat, rthe- Lethbridgo Hotel, :- O > > > Miss M. ftfacdonald formerly of the Canadian Btfnk' of\Commerce. Tabor, who has- acc5|ptp(d a position with the Standard Ba^k>'hefc, arrived in the city this afi^ixoprt^i Mr. Carl ^'oaaiin,i,of poaldale, entertained" sotne ,'f}ift6.eh, or twenty of his /young frieiids^bn Wednesday oven ing ivtr. A. ^Auirfnal^re^ from Calgary, andi^as qujtej recovered from his recent 'iJffifjf9;% ,Vj . A jolly' ey|^Jntf\Wa^ Upenl at the home of Muriel EJysson'.s 21S pth Ave. S., W^dnesd^yieyenihg when ,(Ria J. Q, C. class" of Kn05C ..church entertnin$�L There wer0 about'.35 present, The first part "of tlie .evening was ppfliit p)ay; ing yarious;gftm.eB;.the inost bpfuK contests., Dain|y}Seireshraen|i^pro sery^ ed ing *# ? ? > ^� w 3 ipg^wiUi the help offthe: band, and "6ther orators, beforgb the speaker of yie evening arrived.;I ^ts" ; . It, ni ^t the church the audiencei. listened ,,l",mu   . Up the speaker wiih^teinterruptions. O^caoo who ojme thoi^LtpvmAke, trouble were plainly impressed, ^vitli his eloquence and some were: converted in his favor. He told them hdw^the war could bo prosecuted betjer^iahd victory come sooner if ihere\were total pro- lessly in the oper.i � "W�'have had v up The Mission CirclB of the Baptist cjuirch;. iiiild vitB^/regiiiaK^ueptins .yes-terddy at th^ parsonage. The "pro-gram. Was interesting and helpful,,. ReadltigB^beih|I^Y^ ny^Tesdahies ^ripp,^h^ t-awford saqgf a.; splo; The' meetings arij �:lielcl!:.ttop- ^^ig^^TU^diy. vt each month', All ladies, iwelcQme. .La,dy Markham, wife of Sir Albert Martham for the. past year lias been running a plub for Canadian officers on leave. Her partner hi this Ja f Mrs. Page-Croft, wife of the Brigtdi^r:' General and M. P. (of "NatfenaV Party" fame). Lady Markbam has always been interested }n Canada, for hdr huh-band spent niuch of his ,time ,ther,ef find rocqived the thanks of thellariad- 'V^ :..... iau Government for valuable-services ?^ Ueatless days. ;SW�Mr. Bryan,/'is in connection with the expjeratibn' of 1 ub{. ab^Jl >v4 ^>Some beer-Hudson's Bay. She was a Miss gW^U's, 1^8/-Aay3, , , -,,v'- w... and her 'sister married a fow-yeVs � conclusion p| pL^^aAdress, Mr. agb Ibki eldest son of the-iate mm tBryan; was giv�n -- - - meatless Riviere. 'Th(? Duchqss of 41arlbor,ouse; ing Sunderland House to thp Awoi'tfluh Cojnmercial Missioti (writes Mrs? Gbs^ Sip), and is. moving .quite- sqpn ^a iiew Willett hciuadm ravehsriir^: f iVe Duchoaa.- has heen very .Ayofried al)bu,t her elder son. x�;�ie 1st I,ife, Mtolo, wlio4ias heen,,very ill tin/ FranoejwitlL 4_____u^- > �i^.^.v�u-�W*fi.k^Aiiii!itj^^J^^ that Miss Elzabeth �' spiime minister ^condHWife, the^rmea^ the for-by his Ten- .The Next (ofKJn will,hdld their rog-'ular ousiness meetiu^g in the Moofee' 'Hallr:this ^eveuSng at iMl; Mrs. Gredettv ^resideffi of the^eit/of Kin, CaT&frfr: wiJT bQypresent; All memhers^;". ,^ ...... are asked to Attend. ^ tue was xtot Pflssedffor far^u,service w * * . i lowing to a weak heart, jio-'haa.-JuBt recently had appendicltiB.^o^bne has Previously Miss ^ i:? had nfarriedl'Sir  M a uri^fEgnlffiffiaar^r, ^gfthe time , after �whicn'an.ibOur dj\t\Vo oj! jdapc- lMWflTlfl Mi'b. TL'^AMtto'h,' Of 3apff. it-- In thp, lft�t numbei!-;pf '''Cau'ada" there is;-a very fine photo of Beaqhbor-\ ough Safk liospital staff; Wa hos- ? * * * * WEDDINGS 1 .....^ 4 I a: oft peer's privapBeep^ quite recentl.v the enpgeilp, of Mr. mar- i ah- .Captain ABQ^t^^^.;^,;^^ foiiock, $%m^m & at theJljSn^ of arid Mrs., Richartt former - Premier' A^qnith-rever/riiice. dStighter pf the first^isjpunt S?]l;y. Gari(HF-ol Sprfng Ridge :dp Wednoa* the beginning of the. war. -/ > The-marriage probably wfll take place dey.- February 27th, at 4.30 p.m., wbeii ' Gossip had it,-you may remember, Uiis mouth. , That the LeUibridge inspectorate in charge of inspector Jos. Morgan, formerly principal of the Lethbridge tllgn school, leads all Alberta In the number of consolidated schools established or in course of erection is,shown by the fact that the nineteenth district has just been organised, ready for gazetting. I'll is 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. irrigate^�belt just east of Coaldale, and comprises the three original districts of Twelve-Mile, Ready-made and East Readymade.  The* tann-. er3 on the C.P.R. readymade farms are very anxious to combine ifor e,diication-al iidVantages for their children, and Inspector Morgan was only tq'o pleaded to help them. - Mr. Morgan has-been a;leader.,in the; consolidated school movement'--in Alberta! Not only was Vthe fir�t; consolidated school in tlie province- erected.: at Warner, but the ..first five. |Jn. the. prpvipce were fbrined in 'Mr.^ Morgan's, inspectorate, IP: his original ihspec-torato there, arp formed or in, process of: organization the:following districts: Warper, >fe>v Dayton, .Kippenyilje; Milk " " ' "River , Rev. Ernest S. Bayne, Preshyterlan minister; died at Antigonish/ N. a. Mr. Bayne was a son of "the late Rev. Dr. Baynye of Plctou and a law of Rev. Dr. Jphn Neil, nioderajton.: I of the Presbyterian general ass 1' *w v r 1 . ..--t.-------- -  _ 4% 1- 1- I II 1 f THE IHlTBOMCNT Of QUALITY m TO -J t - '..1 CLEAR AS A SELL ^1 41a j 1 I -� J _H _� Music is tht univtrstf U ef mankind. *. ' -LONGFELLOW. I * III bjj^ge aha^Paw)h|;j and t}ie felJewirig are � JuBp>pMngA gazetted:� Emchant, Readyinaicl^ and, Wreptha;m, ^pebtbr Morgan -states, that the schoolfi- are all doing AxceUent work, and are. helping greatly in building up Qie comniuuity spirit wherever tl^ey are ;lbcated. The attendance is better, t^e vans are working: we|l, - and the chi'I^reh havgnot pn}y great educatio.u-: il-advantages hut wider -social-Inter-: cpursp whlcl^ is, having ;u .-iHig, >Vbvthr^Qtlng�ttia^ a yeryU^ge peiroenta^e of the whole of Southern Alberta ie nciw. under consplidati 0? k l ' j (kvincibt* ' I V THERE'S no question o� what-5^11^ are goiijg to *buy after if.-' �1 a the Sonora. . L > 4 It is so v. I * 1 . atoriGe J J * $110, $150 PRICES-: �1 - -ib - 1 - is � j CANADIAN RIBUTORS *1 * 1 r TJilrd Floor, ASK YOUR DEAUER - F -1 r J 41k .1 j ^1; 1 * .^1 = si > i4 l ' 1 - Tt 1 ^ "b 1 T 1 ^1 .1! r � ."Hi �r.. . r i T 1 ^ 4 �� . _ _ 1 4 L "l 04 ;