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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUICSliAY, MARCH 0, 1D17 THE r--.Ti.v PARE SEVKN 0 GOSSARD CORSETS SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT THIS STORE IN LETHBRIDGE. 1i2.oO WM and Correct and perfect fitting mod- els for alight, medium and figures. Now in Canada and sold lieru aL the sumo price na In Llio U. S. Superior In Blyloa, qual- s varluly ol mod eh lo any oilier IronL lacing corsoL on Iho market and containing many other features nol found in olhcr makes. EXPERT COHSETIERE WILl FIT YOU WITH THE MODKL BEST SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE BY APPOINTMENT FORE NOONS UP TILL11 ELEVUN O'CLOCK, ILADI s PHONE Tho ladles' society ol the of U and hold a danco In Uio K. [mil on Tuesday, March 20th. TJio Daughters ol Iho Kmplro will jo In fcliargo of llje lludEon'a Bay lea room -_ 9 The Q, I. A.-will meet tomorrow af- REPORT OF TRAVELLERS1. AID FOR MONTH OF FEBRUArtY Tralng met, 202; people nsahijotl, C5, ot whom 15 were -young girls; positions found for four girls; woman irllh IVFO firti.ill boya from Coulta to city, tuniod bach (Spcciai it the Herald} Kdmoiilon, Mar. mailers nil] again occupy the attention ol (he public accouuta committee of the leu- Hlature, Judging by ihc trend o( the examination ivheji Ihe romtjiUlt-c sal this morning, under il.e clialrmatisMii of J. Mc.Vaughton, Cnruianguy. moriilng'3 business was what tnlfchl bo dCEcrlbed as a preliminary canlcr. W. V, deputy provincial lica- was without surer, Norman 1 frlcnda or money, BO Travellers' Aid the r Harvey, sccrciary of and It. n, Douglas, tonioon'at 2.30 (or Tied Croas-aowlng touk lior In charge until got work, engineer of the railway branch, ,t Iho homo of "Jvlrs. Wardinotr, C12 Woman'wishing-la go to (Jreal Fulls examined as tg Ihc system tn their- Street A'ttorlb... wna turned back'at Coutts. She1 did. respective offices regarding Kuaran- noL have monby lo stay In i tees to railroads. TliQ examination Tho annual Nursing MfBilrm tea will enough (o lako lior Nome. Travellers' i was of'a roullnc character, was be held this year-on Saturday, March Aid loaned woman money to take her j concluded by A; K. Bwlng, the Junior ITlli.'al tho Mission, and v, III be a Young girl of U years going I member for Kdmonton and related in alone to Jlcelna; Aid nut the C.N.K.; llic Canadian Northwes- child In care ot conductor on train, tern aud (ho B. D. C, Xowson Mrs. Tliomaa'Tord of tho Jtosa itanch; Lun'dbreck, 'ivas u vlBltor In the clly yesterday, Jlr. William Macintosh' of Prelate, 'la rUltlng hl3 brother, Sir. J. A, his slslor, Mrs. W. Rut1 Members of Mnplo Leal chapter, O. R S., tiro naked lo meet al Ihc homo of Mrs. Ilrodle. Gi8 IHh Street South, on Thursday at 3 o'clock. lllsg' Nollfldn, ol Lcthbrldse, (s vis- iting Captain anil Mrs. Cal- gary Albertan, Mrs. 'Simmons yesterday for California, where she will snemt Ihe noxt thrco Calgary Al- ,bcrlan. r Mrs, V, J. Henderson, who has-Just asking- Mm lo BCD slid got on right Ihe committee (hat two sen- 1 train for -K. Cameron, Traveller1 Afd. aralc accounts .were kepi lor the C. and C.NT. TJiv; conicntltee ad- journed until Thursday njorntiiR at 11 o'cloca when tlio rirandc Tralrlo branch will be IS (NVESTIGATI.VG IxinJon, Mar'. Giiorso Pcrley, acting CaimJfan high commissioner anil overeeas inlnlsler ol rullUla, Is lo receive a report on, Ihc Lertns of pay and 'promotton' for Canadians Irajis- fcrriny to the air service. There has Hcv. frank Andrews, jiastor been Bonic lalk Lliac men so transfer- Chrrntlan. church, gave Ihe'first of a1 experienced a cerium ainnunL of BcrSos sermons on Sunday nighl, Jinappoinliuent. Some adJiiBlincnt ivill peitalnins la Ihc creed, name, ordln- probably lie cfftL'tcil >vKhoul dllii- ancc aud govcrntnenl of the unllc-d, cully. church. Hey. -Mr. Andrews said; J "The problem of ChriMian union Is Ihc most Important [jroblein before] the churches today. A united church Standard SPLENDID PROGRESS. would be a church. A di- returned from upcndlnE the winter diwclj is Ji weakened church. OnL, la the cuest of Mr.'11 lias rnllcd to accomplish the task and Mrs. J.-M. Henderson on her committed (a it. lo her home In Boiv Bank Annual Statement Showe Dig Growth in Deposits, It Is interesting lo note (lint nol- Ulislanillns IHc rceognlznil tact that Finest Kid Gloves Dent's Guaranteed, tiualily; a full stock JU9L lo hand while wilh black, black with while, grey, lans inauves, etc. Undoubtedly (he best value, obtainable.- at Llio presenl linio. More New AY i s ts, Suits, Coats, Skirls etc., Just Opening Today. A most Btlracllve showing now awaits- you hero, every garment or display nbsolulely cicluslvc .will) thU fitoro. to? 15.00 Goals lo Skirts ..f-ifi.50 to Dresses to ijio Waists' to CLARKE j GO. THE LADIES' STORE 612, -3rd Avenue, South Lieut. 11. G. DlunJcII, ot (he 7Slh Ilattcry. Lelhbridgc. nephew ot E. A. UavlSj ol Ihla elly, passed through tills en route to to take n course In Layoncl Hal .N'ews. union Is llils: Who lias authority to say what shall be llie creed, name, praelicea, or goverfinient of the unit- ed church? To whom shall go for tho platform upon which we c-vi agree lo unite? lind three an- swers given to this question: 1. Such Hiiluorlly rcslB In the church-itself. -The hostesses (or the Ladles' Aid Thc churches bold Ing this position of Wesley clmrch meeting tomorrow afternoon al 3'o'clock will be Mra. lems and generally that it had liccn a period In which it was exorcisc great caution, the animal rerorts of most of tho Canadian bank? have ehown llinl splendid pro Kress has been made In the develop- in cot of our country, This is very conspicuously Heeled In the case of tho Standard a theory oraposdic'aiicccs- Ol Canada as appears from the II is contended that the author-1 annual blalemcnt of the Hank Livingstone, Mrs. Laycock and Mrs. lty Jesus gave to I Its apostles !o "ie shareholders on Febrn- requested thai all mcni-l haB handed down lo their succcs- 2Sth- During the year end- sors through' Ine ccnluriea. This nu-j inS January 31sl, 1017, flic Ilauk after tliorit-t Is exerciEcJ by the church t0-i providing for all cosls of manage day through ecclesiastical councils or Paying interest on Its deposits orfiefuLs. IlDwevcr.'we find no Intima-! clc'. prorldlng for bad tion in Llic Scriplurca lhat .lusus ever! Joubttul dcbla. Elious profits ol Intended lus apostles to lianii which is equal to lS.5f the power and authority with which1 ner of lnc capital, or S.OI ncr He hsd endowed Uiem lo their Gf lllG Kcsl com sons." or that He ever Instructed Uieml bincd- Tnu liet Profits of the previous or lauglit the doing, of .such a thing.! culallou sliows an Increase over the 2. .Gome, white recognizing the llie': Scriptures -do not -consider' ihis as aufltclcnl hut accept as equal or greater authority the teach- ing .of modern self-styled- prophets. apostles isecinctl to consider i they prcjiclicil -y--G ialvatlon of Washington, March C. Austria's note declaring adhesion to tho gener- al principles of unresUicled warfare holds-but lltlle if any .hone llial a broafc between the United Slates anil the Vienna government may bn avoid- ed; The com'plclo official view ot the Austrian, communication will not he made known until atlcr President Wll- Ron and Secretary Lansing have care- fully studied the official lejil which was before them today. bcra attend. Tho 31st anntversary of Knos church was celebrated in filling style last nigh I when over 200 membora of the congregation gathered In the school room of the church In response to the- Invitation ot the Ladles' Aid. A reception, committee composed of Rev. W. F. Dwrns, Mrs. Me- so to do. Neither do >vo find anv rcc-l Killop. Mrs A. H. Dcnoon Mrs. W. H ord ,that Lhcy CTCr P.Uemrilcd ;0 ao KairflclJ, Mrs. T. F. Kirkbam aud :Mrs. J. D. Iliglnbothain ivelcomed the 1 A program was given consisting oE Instrumental duet by Misses Dona .Murray and Mcrylo O'Hngcu; reading 1 by Miss HoTievaetL of Coaldale; vocal soJo, Miss Tlcs'slo Hazell; address, giving Iniprcssjons of his recent trip to California, Mr. J. D. illglnbolliam; violin solo-Mr. E. P. Layton; address, on the octlviltea of tbc church during Iho past year, Mr. B. AInswartli; vocal solo. Miss SImin; address by thrs chairman. Rev-, W. F. Burns; Indies' Ooublc trio, "The Mrs. E. F. f.r.yton, 'Misses SImin, Hazell, Minnie Haizcll, Hilling and McCorninck; truuicntal Mrs. E. F. Laylon anil Nelson. AL llio conclusion o( tho refreshments served, Mrs. McGlure poured lea arid Mrs. W. Bur- nett noureil coffee at n. prettily doc- orated table which was centred with a basket of deep red tulips. Pols of aU llie oucslious." flowering- priijmla decorated Iho small t Able a at, which tlie guests were soatcct and a bowl of crimson cnrna- llons ivaa on-.the- piano, j Mrs. E. A. Ewcri and M re. H. It, Davidson' were assisted in seifing- by Mrs. Alnsworth Mrs. Menzic. Mrs. D. Mrs. CnEJcrcll. airs. Hicks, Mrs. E. Sloan, Mrs. Altln IUpleyT Miss Tlllcy, Mfss Dunn nnd Miss Buchanan. These annual congregational gath- erings are- always greatly enjoyed aud 55C3.402 tho being 31C.S2S.OO. increase The cir llial tbc-KOSiiel ivhich they, was sufficient for tlic salvatl and curses are pronounced upon those who preach another gospel. 3. Most] churches agree that Word of fjod is llicir final and uUiniatc authority. 'Cod having of old time spoken unto the fathers In (he prophets___lialli at an the loans le the public now stand a as. against D15.QD at the same dale last year deposits show' the remarliabl Increase of from (o ?I6 while the total assets HOS .d at as aeainst Ja3 WEDNESDAY MORNING On Sale Only from 9 to 12 300 OF SILK NAXT.S TIMS SKAHOX. lo Hit (mneiulmis silk Iliis sciisoi) linos are quickly ami in coiiso- we have iiinnhur nl1 short (Mids. Tlicsc will he incasur- null jii-iccd for Wednesday iiioj'niiig' at jirices that will assure, a .speedy GUI'S AND SAUCKKK OXLY 'J'O OXK ,J2 dozen ojjlj-. SPinJ-PorcclaJn wilh noat green' border decoration. Goud size. Especially lor every- day, use. Regular dozen. liVcdnesday qrt morning, C cups anil saucers OJC MILL KimS FLAXXULKTTE .1 Itiile, lot.'.', (o 10 yai-d leugdis. Plain wliilc and sfripes. and heavy qualities. Wednesday at a lyaelion of i1 value. POLISIIHRS Just rcuctveil a gtock of Sheep PclL Shoe I'ol- isticrs. Glvc.s- a flnislitnK touch (o j-our Ijools. Wodnpsriay mornihir, each LADIES' CORSETS TX t A: quality, 1 liose ami marie of finu quality toulil. Ilogulnr 51.25. Sizes 2f> to 27. inorniiiB 150VS' KHAKI COLORED FLAXNKLKTTIC SIITHTS Englleli lo Reg. ?1WO. Wednesday inornhig special, ca. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Your can lie found here. IT not in stock will Jtc iilcasad (o get it if i( is possible FOR QUICK SELLING WEDNESDAY WE OFFER YOU THESE EXTRA SPECIALS 1.75 Granulated Sugar. 20 Ib. sack. Special Sold only with purchase of Krinklc Corn F.lakas, not as oth. er groceries, Extra Large Grapefruit. Reg. 15c. Special 3 for Christie's Sodas. tins, .Special Wcstan'a Sodas. 2 Ib. tins. Extra special... Lowney's Cocoa Per tin Homemade Orange Mar- mnlade, Per jar Homemade Grape Fruit per Jar 38c 40c 30c 25c 30c 30c K1UNKLI5 COKN FLAKHS 6c On sale one hour only. 9.30 to 10.30. Special, Limited lo 3 pkgs. to Cus- tomtr. Homemade Red Currant Jelly, per Jar Sliced Pineapple, Ib.' Uns. Special 2 for..... Tapioca, 2 Its. for 30c 25c 25c Qill Pickles. No, 3 tins, or Each iOC Potatoes. Per iin Pure Olive Oil. Reg. 60c. Speclalj per bottle Shreddctl Wheat. 2 for Crjsco, 'b- tins." Special, per tin A Full Line of Cooked Meats Cooked Hani, Roast Pork> Veal Loaf, Breakfast Bacon. Per Meal Bacon, Corn Beef and Tongue. 25c 35c previous year, an Jncreas of over The gruwlb, of the Standard Bank duriug the last live years has been particularly marked. In that period tbc deposits have increased over 50 he end of these days spoken unto us] per cent., while the total assets have In III5 Son.' Ifeu. .Jesug safd to increased from In 1512 His ajiosilea, 'l have yet many an increase of nearly to say unto you, but re cannot hear! CO per cent. Durliig the year the them iioiv. Howbeit when he, Ibe usual dividends o[ 13 pec "cent, spirit of truth, Is come, lie shall guide yoii info all the truth.1 Therefore we look lo the words of Jesus, together" ivlth Ihe teaching and practices of the np OF lies, as authority to guide us In .ounting lo paid, con- IrlbuLloiiR' to Qfficers' Pension fund lo the Patriotic Fund and kindred objects Tlie govern meat, las on circulation was p.ntl was fnrrlcd forward 1Q profit and loss account, making that Item A noticeable feature In Iho Bank's i laheti care, of slatcment is the quick assets which now simi'l at over licatly 50 per cent, of the total de- rosils with cash In baud. The legitimate requirements of manufacturers, aierchniils and far- mers have evidently -been well the loans to the public arc shown .19 SS5. The Bank's pollcv has always far-en_to do Its suarc In "the legitimate development ol Canadian and tho amount appearing hi Iho slatcmem as loans-lo Hie public has been confined entirely lo Canada, Don't Suffer From Piles FoTFrea Trial Ko matter how [gay or how brid flo it four ilruralst today ood get r. 60 cent box of Pjrnald PJJo Trcolmcnt. It last CoRcthcr all the members of tha' con- was no csceplJon, Tbey ac- n Rrcnl deal In hrlnglng ship. Into a closer oorid of fellow- AL Iho board meeting ot the JJiorcsnn W. A. on Friday aflemoon in Calgary, wlilch wag prcslricl over by tho 'second Tlcc-prcstdonl, Mrs. iMonlKomery, )hc ycpcrt of Ihe action of ihc execulJTC In rognrd to tho rcslgnntton of the prftslrlrnl. Mrs. Katon, wns-Tcad. Tho executive lind rcfuRErt to nccepl Mrs. Kalon's feslB- nntinn so llio meeting tnok no action in tho mnttpr, A pleasing feature of tho mccttnc was tho presentation of a llfo memherahlp lo Mrs. T. A. Sage, (lie nioccsiin Dorcas secretary. Mrs. Herbert Aklll, In the enforced absence of Mrs. llcrnnrd. made the prcscnta- lion of Iho was ac- companied by a surpltco which Mra. Sago could designate. Mrs. W- 11. i Mitchell presented the pin1 lo Mrs. ,Snpo. i The Dorcas secretary's report' paid reference lo the work Ihc branches were doing. Tho past I AHITTQ' QPDIW orKiiN-vj LUo i UiVAcD. We have now on display our New Spring Suits and 'Coats Pctrograd, .Mar. success- es for (lie Russians operating against] the Turks In Persia, where llamadani recently ivaa lakcn from.tho'Otlonian Torceg, arc announced in today's war office report, Tlie JJussinns arc ad- vancing southwest of Hamadari at- tacking (ho TMrts on the Asatlalia. summit, and have the hostile forces In rclrcnl In boih the Uliar and Derel- tebad regions. ISciiFF Beit for Liver and Bad Breath, Bad Coldi, Sour Stomach. Gel n 10-cent _box- SCck hendaclie, biliousneaa, coated tongue, head and dose clopgert "P with trill giro relief, nnd o elnglo boi often curoj. A trlnl trln r M y In pjaln M you ssnd ua coupon be IOT. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PIT KAMI B COMPANY, K3 rjmtnlj Jlfirshnll, lllrh. Klndjv srnrt mo n Frro enmpla or la pUla wrapper. N'am o Street had seen those nl Si. Stephen's. Is this lo torpid Calgary; St. CynrfftnX -I'1 cr; delayed, feimcnttiig food in the and ProCalhcnral, CnlEarj-, donating towels or sour gassy, stomach. baliNs of clothing, etc., anil church j t'olsonous madr.r c'loRKcd In the ta- gnppHcs, tcslliics Instead of being cast out of An! appeal for help from all system la re-absorbed into the rhes for the new mtesioii house When Mils poison reaches the ftarr.C'i was mailo by Mrs. flcllcalc brain tissue H causes conscs- whoano spoke of Ihc work bcinp done lion and (lint drill, tlirobblng, Bicken- amnng Ihc Indlnna. The rclgaTi school lifailachR. full ElafT and a rnccnl letter Cnscarcts immediately cleanse the from Her, air. told of satis- stomach, sour, undigested factory Vjondlttbns nl the Illood [lc- fowl nnrt foul gosscs, take the c.vccsa serve. At tha. Sarccc, rieath hcd re- Jim liver nnil or.l a.'l runlly removed three pujills, ?.ndf as 'ho rinigtii atf I HIV! iMiii- i result. had ntTeclcd (n tfin -jtlicr pitplla, I A Cascarct ionlghl will surely Th-a recommendation from Ihc exec- straighten yon out by morning. Thoy utiro llrat nil discussion personal work while you 10 cent boi maltcra not "relating lo conduct of from your druggist means your head bonnl business. lie excluded from the clear, stomach sweet breath riglit, com j fooanl lucclhig ratified by Um.plexlon rosy nnd yo-ir liver and tjowe mecllos. [regular (or And for etegance, style and fashionable design, they cxcsl any- thing we have ever handled here. The materials are the hegt money could buy and comprise, Latest. Styles in Serges, Gabar- dines, Poplins', Silks and Jersey Cloths. are pricing them very low this season from to EVERV SUIT SILK LINED. ONE PRICE TO ALL. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. WE INVITE YOUR CLOSEST INSPECTION. Balance of Week-end Bargains Slmiitiiiig; Silk, Xiilunil Color, 32 indies wide. Galatea Art Shades................ 8-1 White Sheeting (plain or Ladies' Cashmere Kosc............. Ladies' Fancy Collars............. Clearing1 Line Collars (new goods) Ladies'Kid Gloves, black and tan Jfjjj) Ladies' Simnucr Vests............... JQc BY EXPRESS THIS MORNING Our New Waists In Silk Crepe de Chene, Newest make, newest shades. Priced from to E. J. HILL CO. Gcorg-lte Crepe and Voile, ;