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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. :t, 1910 1'HK LKTHBIllDGh llliHALD r'AGE XINK I More New Outer Garments Just Arrived This Morning by Express A woncierfully attractive show-ing now on display in newest suits and coats, skirts and dresses, waists, petticoats, etc. Noxtt SuiU to Coats....... to I WOO to 113.50 KUweit DrttKt..... W7.50 to Newcit to Ntwot to Smartest dH ats rp i nmme to A Bnlendlil ot earlj' siiriug models now or. display in our mllliaery .sec- A complete "iVew stock. Kveryouo new this season. Beautiful Dress Goods Silks Stocks NOW lire al the lilKhc-st point of comiileleneES anil values In every Instance are especially good. Novelty Pliidi........... Wcol Silk Creps for Underwear. Splondld Serge, all colors all colors Covert Coating, tomorrow n _..... only M.OO Heavy Poplin Silk, lovely new Novelty Sliks.. and MOO CLARKE GO. 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge Alberta M1LADI PHONE PERSONAL Mra. P. >V. relumed to ihe dty on Saturday from VaniMuvor. vrhcre she has betu rc-siiilus. and will visit in l-etJibrtdye lor a lime. t ('apt- K. I1. Mat-Heinle rcturnt-J from Ottawa '.asi week anil Is now in tx-'inontun on V Ptp. anJ Mrs. E. Kings ton luve been visitors with Mr, ami Mrs. J. UouUou in the fUy. 1'le. Kingston i relurnej to Canada on tlie Aragunyu Jitter nearly four years service with ttiti 50th liatUUon. He will later re- i lutn lo Osiieii Hospital, il may to necessary to. undergo another opcr- at ion. j Mayor Hard if has relumed from Ot- j tawa. Mrs.Mlanlfe has also returned i from in High Illvur wUh her daughter, Mrs. Jonca. p Friends of Mrs. IX White will regret to hear of her illness in the Van Haar- lem hospital, where she- underwent a iiuus opsmtiou on Saturday. Table Drink INSTANT POSTUM Miss GUlan of Maclaotl was a week- cml with 3H33 Bertha Hutton. and Mrs. V, K. Green. were vis-! ilors in the cily on with the, No raise in price, but tKe same value as always. Made instantly-no boiling needed. No wasie. No left-overs io Ihrow away. Contains noihino harm- ful to health. Always ready for quick service When ordering your table Lev- erage, why not consider Insiant Possum. "There's a Reason." -In-tbeCitf Churches KI.OK at G.30, Men's animal banquet in Knox school room; every wan'in the cotiRrftgation fnvltcd; returned soldiers fcc tho Kueats. Thurartay afternoon at 3.00. regular monthly meeting of tnelnd.ea' aid In the school room ftf the cburch. United at S.OO, TONIGHT SOCIAL AT CONSERVATORY Of MUSIC rfALL BY YOUNG LADIES' OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Admission 75c TO THE PUBLIC Dr. FLETCHER DENTfL SURGEON IS COMING FRQM TO OPEN A PRACTICE business meeting o[ the Adult IJible class at tho liorue al Mr. Moult, 305 loth St. south. Tonight o 7.00. boy'a Jepartment in the'hall. Tuesday ev- ening. C. O. I. T. In lull. Wednesday evening at S.OO, prayer sei'vicis tn liall; girl's department. Thurs- day 'at S.OO, senior choir practice iu lie tall. St. Cyprian'l evening at S.OO, service; Co.ifirraation cllaa at the close of services in the parish room: choir practice in the clmrcli. Friday at 7.3D. Boy Scouts and Girl (luides. Thursday afternoon at 3.15, Confirmation class ai the rectory. St. Mary's even- ing at children's concert in the parish hall. Tuesday at S.lo, G. A. concert in the Miner's library. Wed- nesday at 10.30. holy communion; at S.OO, eyonlug service aail nildres.'j; at G.45, lioy's Cuhs; at 7.10, Boy Scouts, Thursday at G. A. Friday at 4.16, 3. W. A.; at S.OO. choir practice. St. opening of Ihe lental Morn- ing 9.00; evening service at 7.30. Friday, morning service al S.OO: evening service at 7.30. Cliolr prac? llce-for Ihe on Wed- nesday and Friday evenings. L. D'. S. Relief Society of1 Ihe lj. D. S. church will meet oi Tuesday at' 2 o'clock, subject "Theot- ojy." Chriitlan' slaoy Tuesday and Friday. Choir practice at the of Mrs. tlftistrortU, 611 !Uh street on Thursday. Chriitlin al S weekly' iMitaoay meet- would cordially invite all members and I Calgary Rotarians; others Interested to aEteml. Friday al choir pracllce under the lead- ership of Mr. Claude Hushes. Don't j forget the anniversary services nest Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Xcllie Me-j ic nf Edmonton will speak at both j Mrs. W. 11. Pawsou will vibit hi 'earia, IllinoiB, before going TO Long California. services ami" lecture on Topit, "Three Times and Out." Ins. Pentecostal Aaaembly of -Meel Kn io uni n .G.SHOLDA Or. Coffin was a visitor nt the I from Corouation for a shor: '.irr.o ivcek. Mrs. Fred Phillip. Is visiting with In Honor of State Lecturer, Rev. i Father Fitzpatrk-k of Uarseu in Win- loo Vikings" nml the Halttluj Cisorus" are asked kindly hri them with tliwr.. All those wishing to join the orcliettra arc risked to with the secretary, MIsa .M. TJie Ladles' Aid of St. Patrick's chHrcH.wSU liolil theiri wliiiewear liarAry tale on Easter [Saturday, i !0. of to be announced j her sister, Mrs. Jauus nipef. The music, department of the spent the wee'K-enil at her home in ttie j Matiioais Cluti meets at the home o; 1 cily. j Mrs. StolU on Tuesday evening at S o'clock. The History ami Current Events section of ihe Matliepis Club '.viil meet v.'ith Mrs. McClenughan, corner of 12th St. anil Gth Ave., o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. I, f. c. .'j aOCIAL EVENT! 'A most successful pantry sale was lipld on Sattmlay afternoau by. the Scouts otKnox cljuWi.' Tho cold weither did not prevciif a from turning out, the Will Jnslal ,bf to Start: At Once Contracts for- liie WO.OOO bulldinB erected by the Coca Cola- Co. in iilgfc have been awarded accord- liie to C. R lloland of Winnipeg, gen- The 1'ro'Jieon young Ladles' cla'Ss era! manager of the company for ,of Wosle.v church are a i Canada who is in the tily to- greai.many. "jiiss Fear- i day. The contract must ho completed L loss t Co." This is a Bathenngs in. its. history bnday According to Mr. Rowland there are although "our lierrmies" have cjght plants like that to be erected sworn to nothing wnnteror to. I.clhuridee. lo be built this year, jdo with any'-cf the' male These are located iu Vancouver. Lcth. Inevitable happens, and or course; i.ridge, Calgnry, Edmonton. m-iina, I they all live happily ever after. The. Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and Brandon. I Stale Deputy A. Glroux, ot Edmoii-! A great nurcbcr ol guests pres- ,llaj, js (un c( cornical silua-j The cost of. each complete will be ton Ihe tune pajs very, Mrs. Xelli now being matle to Increase 0JKIlK' Wesley cliui... Iho mt-mnorernp ot the order In Can-j 5 dollar program for Western Canada this year. The j-elhbriilge plant which will be situated on Slh St. S. will he one ircll on Momlay a halt basCTicul, with Ihe Mled Slates lo A. Smill. at; Wesley AM. nrpacnl to eot lie 'tho IM laWc' ms wllh lost. prLatni 10 gei "e- .._ii., .irm.1 TI._ x-.-. t-... FINANCE DEPARTMENT. DOMINION INCOME WAR TAX ACT TO WHOM APPLICABLE. Jvcry person who in 1918 raided or orduMtily raided in Onidx m VitM employed in Canada or carried on bostAen in CaMdt, including corporationi md joint stock comt FILE RETURNS. 1. Emy onruitKii penori or widow or widower, without dependent children under twenty-one yean of age, dviai calendBr year 1918 recrrvrdor more. 2. All othn mdividuali who durint cakncW jmr lilt raonnd or earned or more. 3. Every coiporotion and joint nock wrioae prairs aceeded durinc the focal year ended in 1915. FORMS "TO BE FILLED IN AMD FILED, F-6RM than Caram and ranchen. FORM T1A. By farrnerft and ranchen, FbRM T2. By and joint stock comtxdn. FORM T3. FORM By employers to make return of the of all directws, oOwr emplcjreei to wKoir, wai paid or more in.snlariej, ot otker remMra- rlon.durtnc the calandar rtm lilt. FORM TS. By 'corporatlona, joint ttock companltt, nd syndicates to make reton. of all drvviendi and bomuli paid to fharcholden and BKinben dorinf Individuals partncraSipi anM Kt rttuini in their rndilridufcl GENERAL INFORMATION All returns must be rjlcj.IN DUflJCATE. JFormi may be oMalnW the ttupcaori .and Aaiatant of 'Tatfttion and fiom a'cars' and hor retnntt'J soldier I regret that she has considered Don ln9 Among other speakers were Halo, of Ucv. Pnlher McCat- fen', John Vasclenak and .Mor.t Mc- Mshon. of Lethni'Mgc. Al Ihe conclusion of the evening Mart Mediation moved'a hearly vote l6tn to Itave the schools for 'arther north. A'gay, raasijuf.rado-party was hold nt tho homo of Silts Ilerilia HfiHon.l on Saturday evening.' IhmVs to the slate lecturer rad .Thb m.inbcrins a'oout 30, j the stirte deputy, which was annioprUte .to .tho by T. Qulnn in s few wclWioscn slori. ar.d'inncli merriment was cauacil words, and heaUlly conci.rreil iu by guests the large gathering present. Jin ilsrisifig'lliclr-vanoaS' costiunea.l The evening's piosrara was prcsi.I- etenlag o'clock via ppent ;htrrtr.l Kenny..'11, .music, and n very foundation conslructijd to carry three storeys. Itwill he all white with large plale glass windows in front, making it a show place. It will employ 11 or 12 men anil 15. B. Miller of Ihe Win- nipeg branch has already been named as manager. The plant wilt lie equipped to turn out SO boltlea a minute which will mean an output o'f liottfea a day. Tho equipment will include a I.eow hyriro soaker and sterilizing machine, a low pressure stamper and filler and automatic crowners. Tho same policy will be followed In tlic local factory as in Use bis plant in Winnipeg. "1 have been travelling tbia terri- tory for the past five years and 1 am FOR CONSTIPATION tore ttood Utt ft r quick to banlth bBlontneM, UN! to up PALEFACES f III, hcfc Carter'sIronPiIh eil over by Grand Knight It 19 propose hold a joint Injlia-, E of l-ellibridgc-and Medicine' Hall of Ihe province want, II or' Thai the provincial government be urgeri to accent al least I.eth-j bridge's quota c.' the housing scheme whether tlu; not. was very strmiKly >t Mp.ilclne on July 1 i' .next, when it 'Is expcolcil there will entertained ihe visiting Calgary Hoi- arlan ad es at a vcrv del gh tn br dge -Mayor itaniio at me rcsuiar tho cily council this morning. Tho ;he a large class of in tcmKinco, Though Iho Herald cdn con1 nmvhcre, there Is a well- anil lea on Salurday horn's of Mrs. K. Spooner. at Ihe Five lables ot cards were in play, the prize !s "ow Dernier Stewart and "1> i with General to Mrs. Winiims nt L'algary, j the. local member. The mayor j The tea lalle was; bright wilh spring tlia' Korernmpnt need not i dBfTodlla and smllax and n very pleas- "Mtate 'or the whole quota c, ant lea hour followed Carna.' Ailjeria. but cnly for what the vanons CHURCHES ANO SOCIETIES municipalities may. ask for In niecif their needs. It Is realized by llm imbibers cf I'lc cUy council thai. lyelli- 4 I bridge- has a cerious housing problem '.o face, Ihoro being a great dearth of houses althe present tliue, while the movement of Iht'-Lellibrldge troops hacl-: home Is really' Just commencing. ilellned rtlrr.'or that tiionied inlcrepls will commence rehearsals next Tues- are .considering a proposal lo erect an clay., nlisht. March,