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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDSKSDAV, MAltCli la, llll, lU.li.U.l-l MILADI Phcn. 1224 8 111 i-UI bUiiormUnucnt, Mary ttaualimiK, lOtli, IGth, ami recoivoil wilh en- j 3Ul; ISlh Machine Om t'onipany, 2rul Ji'iiiasm, it being ore ot lii..- most j lottery CanrvlKn Heavy Artillery; items on thc and'Frank Sanatorium; I.ethbridKt mon in the growth ot ihe AXtrk during Uio past year. Muclfcaacs that tho taU annual convention. new inati- mtes havo teen two ot 'hose beiue in Calgary and rxhnouton. j There are uow 240 institutes in the with a total mtmbLT-Iup of'of this will including an IIHTCJSU of Oce by one tho palo stars dlo be- fore thc day now, One by one lhc grcit ships are slir- ring from their sleep, illuess. Cables all aro rumbling, anchors all a-wcteh now, Now the fleet's a licet again, Elid- ing lo wards lhc deep. Kcrv the fleet's a fleet again, bound tho old ways, Splendour of the past coraes shin- ing In llio spray; Admirals of old time, bring us oa thc bolJ ways, Souls of all the Eca-doss, lead the line today. Free Press. PERSONAL 'Mrs. Turns Hitchie, ot Vancouver Js the suesl of Mr. uud Mrs. A 3'arkcr. Mr. and .Mrs. AY. F. White returned to Ihelr home in liie cily yesterday tiltcrnoon after a three at Muason. Alberta. i, 10 (it CHI I was purchased during the years at a co.it ct uu average of J2.J6 per Wo have on hand S3 lUs. new wool and 51 Ibs. returned from thft schools, the best memis of disposing ba a matter (or futurt: also whether arrived from England, are veiling attend, as business of special i willi Mr. and Mrs. -M. F. it Uoyd, ot is to be transacted. Magralb; also Mrs. Jack Arnold, of: .hla city. Ttio rooms will be closed [to the gotHrral public Saturday Mrs. has arrived In the at Arrangements-will lie made i 4 city from Victoria to visit vrilL her to tabo in any finished work after daughter, Mrs. J. N. HUcMc, vrbo Jfi that date. still confined lo 'her home through members during the FifU'tu to continue any knitting or not. women's InsUiutes atiJ clubs t Sherlock has aeaSn had tiiarg. bavo been. REPORT SOLDIERS' COMFORTS WORK I'te. A. J. MacHe, tft Canadian Motor Machine CJun Urigade. arrived "The Signs of tho Times anil the Coming of the Lord" .wilt he ilic sub' Jei't of address lo be given in ihc- 13th St. X, on Monday morning from overseas. t g mcssago uiu be illu5. I'te. Maehe enlisted with tnc lralcd Ly lhc me ol a ]iirge cllar[ brldgo Highlanders. epeahcr will begin 'promptly at JS.15 and will endeavor to give an an- jswer to Ihe ott-askcd fjuestioti. "Kor sake, loll us where we are As there are only a limited number of seats in ilals mission, come early to get a seal. Year Ending Feb. 21st, 1919. Madame Kegent and In HID report :or the year it gives me grtai o'f tLe by Uod, Miss MfKclviy aJd Uawd en. Mrs. Henderson has examined (he pocks ami nicdc a great miuy minor alterations. Mrs. Mixytmd, Mrs. lierry anil Mrs. Ilawman havo also wJtd alterations and 'i'lie ripped socks have been or HKJ lelns re Horn doiug a cum- ber by machine which gives good re- sults in Hi's work During inrt of the year 12 members assisted twice a week with (be work En the Hlgli School. Miss Marion Marrs' help In prepar- BLUE WBBON TE4 Rich! Strong! Delicious! It stimulates a man for his work in the morning and helps him to forget his troub-j les at night. Ask for it to he able to Inform you that.........._.. _____ __y Mrer over tour years nf wwr thore lias jng tho lists for been no decline in tlie splendid the prcsa has teen much appreciated to Ihls brancli ol our work by your convener. by the Cily ScnoolF, in (he i "cannot cloeo Ibis report without referrinE to Hie splendid work i-ily anU lislrlct anil tue members of Ide Chapter, who have' so faithfully Cif our schools. They have almost in preparicg iho socks for completed their f-haro (ti Ihis parttc- shiumenl to our men overseas line of patriotic entleavor and al Iioii'e, am surc you agree me .t i t i i work when 1 sav that the energy and self- ]y surprised at her homo recently by land Have arranged to hold another j d a t increase OVfr sacrifice displayed Ly both teachers a number oE young ivcople. who spent whfst drive and dance in fiurgciann a jcus Murdoch i pleasant-' The Daughters and Maids of a very Jolly and informal lime. Dainty thall on Tuesday, March 18. refreshments were served durfng the' eves tug. this shows a slight dc- and tmpils in turning in to date 5.S59 el inc. ouo in Ihe first instance '.u the pairs of socks is a record to be proud ittfluenza ryjldenilc which almoV, en- of and something not surpassed, by The mcmlierd of the Eastern stopped Ihe work, and later many. If any, other Evhool In Ihe Do- will mtet for eewiug tomorrow utter-', with Ihe signing of the Armistice, the minion. Tlio Saus Souci Club are noon at tho lied Cross rooms. j urgent need of comforts seemed past.' As convener of Soldiers' CotutorU for a St. Patrick's dance I The total number ot nocks received csnreEs. sincere appreciation to be held nest Monday, March 17. There -will be no-'tuceling of the for the year was 2.S77 pairs, of these Jack Rosa Chapter, I, O. K., pairs were turned hi by the has A most delightful lea was held at' on Friday night as the hall is not schools, and the oilier 754 pairs uy than Iho home of Mrs. M. P. R. Lloyd. Ma- j available. our knitters 111 lhc city and district. have "shippetl jiiirs, grath. In honor of her sister-in-law. done by everyone, who io cnnlribute a small to Comfort cf our men over- liabor Troubles French's Efforts Prove of No Avail EIGHT HOUR DAY FOR SPANISH WORKMEN MADHID, March Spanish cabinet decided today to grant aa cighbour working day to building radea througlidut Spain, to.be lixed by committees of employers and workmen in each district The. obi- net also approved a bill to insure workers against unemployment. Mr-t Thratcher of Raymond, who Mrs. Gaunce. The afternoon was lias hcen the Bucst of Mrs. A. -Arnold 1 closed with a delightful luncheon days, has returned lo' hoetess. for a .lohii Lcitch, L.S., It.X.C.V.R., ar- riveiJ iicnie on Monday after two and u half j'eara' service. .Mrs. W. J. has returned from High lUver, having been called (here by the de.ith ot her slater, WHO a victim of pncutuonia. i Mr. and Mrs. H. Slallnnl, recently t- CHURCHES AND SOClETtES 4 ft There wi Sisters in clmrch tomorrow (Friday) evening at 7 o'clock sharp. _ Every-member is requested to special effort to Respectfully submitted, J. T. ROBIKSO.V, Convener. SPARTACANS MORE CRUEL THAN BOLSHEVIK March behavior 'C'ontinuiDg our foniier policy par-'0' .in wan Cfl3 havo bGen sent whenever pvorac than Bolshevik cruellies in Rus- rtMW_.._.lrt siblc to Lethbridge men. Shicc iho sia- Berlin advices received in Copen- v A. W.I. CONVENTION v of tho armistice tiic hirlivid-: and transmuted by thc Ex- 1N CALGARY v na, ana larger consignments .change Telegraph Company today. At to units has been discontinued, as citizens appearing in the v year: Local Red Cross, Canadian 1 added, continue to kill every prisoner the schoolroom, joT Knoi at thc opening session bf War Contingent Association; French !Miey take. the fifth annual convention of that National Rcltef; Royal Navy; Royal j organization in Calgary Tuesday Northwest Poltcc; Siberian I Mrs. Jane Patterson, of Dution, died morning. The report ot the provin- Troops; IlatterleB, 20th, 39th, Cist and (at the age of 9C years. DO X, March 13. Espe c Eal prominence is given by tie Mail lo a Dublin dispatch representing tho situ- ation in Ireland aa being very eerlous, and maintaining tliat the necessity "eft efficient selC-sovcrnment. is more-ur- gent than ever before. "Xow that Iho Sinn Fein members of the house of commons havo Jnea tho dlspalcli says, "there will "be a new assembly bf the Irish parliament, which probably ivill be a very troublous atl'air, without an "au- luoritalive administration to balance activities. "LaTjor Irouhks of greatest import are growing, and it is. impossible for the British government to handle them. There is-hardly "a'section of Irish labor which is not preparing or threatening to strike for demands which DO employer can grant. The well-intentFoned fchernes" of Ge'nVVIs- count French, lord lieutenant, for so- cial and Industrial Improvement have- gone by the boards, and them Is dangerous situation -winch can be ha dlt-d only by an Irish parliament, Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK If you cannot spend Uirve years ID bospiUl or are hos- pital age limit, send Dame and address .on. postcard boot explaining the C. S, N. Homa-Practice Method ot studr- Ing trained nursing. State' iff. The Chantampia School oi Nursing .JA.MESTOWN, N. Y. THESE THREE ESSENTIALS MAKE A COMBINATION THAT IS HARD TO BEAT SPECIAL VALUES ARE OFFERED THIS WEEK IN SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE. THESE WITH ATTRACTIVE NEW SPRING GOODS REASONABLY PRICED SHOULD MAKE MANY MEW FRIENDS FOR THE STORE WHERE THEY ALWAYS HAVE SOMETHING NEW TO SHOW. Spring Suits Here you will find -T ot styles sure to please- Plain tail- ored stylos, neat box coal styles, others with lancy anil collars, in fact lhc new things are nil here, Man tailored and perfect ffllinE. MATERIALS COLORS Serje Navy Gaberdine Brown JerMy Cloth Taupe Broadcloth Black Trlcetlnt......--. Gty Twetdt White Voile Waists Our assortment this year Is cer- tainly the hlgnesl and best assort- ment o? dainty sheer voite waists thai we have ever shown. There are truly dozen of styles to from, no matter what your taste. You will .surely find your style here. We have them -'with hljh collars, others in [he slip over style, some with long roll col- lars and thc ever popular stylo or sailor collar. AH trimmed with tho daintiest ol lace edglDgs, FIT- feel finish. OUR PRICES Cloth Coats Our sales In Spring Coals has been far be- yond our expectations even at this early date. Thesn coats bavo riot only the style and fln- i Isb but thc value and fit Is there. Giving our customers the greatest values be cured certainly iriaXc-a many frientls for this store. This week we are making a special showing of coals. More coats have arrived lo lake the jitece of those sold. A big selectiou ot mater- ials and a vrido range of correct colors. OUR PRICES Silk Dresses Each day adds to ouf sfock.' of. attractiTe 'new dresses. The styles are "different" in 'all cuet. la tiiii" assortment ot exclusive models joa will find COB-.; pieto ranee of ora and a selec- lion of- materials made most faiiiUms. As naaal our and qualltr are the. best; beliero in a quick tnrnorer ot slwit. We Mlc yon to see model garm- 1 It U no trpvble to show you goods, at the busy eorici' elore. OUR PRICES JM.H, tX IKA SrECiAL BUNGALOW APRONS 300 Ptcces of sample underwear in alt _- sizes, vcsla, drawers and combinations 100 Bungalow aprons altrnc Some of (ho finest values wo erer ottered gooj irimmtrt ,wiih such a price. Slock up nrw. Regular prices will bo higher for spring In this Value tip lo 8oc, week-end OP.. special J3C GREY FLANNEL 300 Yards ot grey tlanncl (11 medium shndo and pviro wool. ;This fs wonilcr- plain color, dutch neck and short sleeve, fill value and Is sold In' regular way fasten In front. Regular value, week-end special csch SHEETING at GOc a yard, week-end spec- ial, yard DO Inch pure bleached, plain cotton sheetlrg in one ot our best qualities. This sheeting is mode in the extra wldo wldlh and wlH cover the widest bed 40c Hcsalar JJ.25 a yard, OC_ Uy la worth week-enrt special per yard OOC Week-end special, SHEETS 100 Sheets made from good of white" cotton sheeting, lull double berl size, 72x90. This Is unbeatable value you consider sheeting of this n.ual- a yard. _ each Wfcite Fhnndettc Here is'anollicr" lot lor this" week end selling in while flanneletle. Best quality and (ull 25 wide, suitable for chil- dren's wear, etc. H Is worth 30c a yard today. Week-end special a yard ...i.......T White Flannelette protirt of our values (n MTiltc HanncHte.' This ilio store with thc stock and values Ihflt cannot he Oupllcatctl, in samp cases, at wholesale prices. 25c, 53c, NECKFR1LUNGS UNDERSKIRTS POPLIN SKIRTS FANa BLOUSES These aro just very newest Ililng., nnga assorlmcnl ol hcalhetljlooiii slit; A stock ot porlin sWrts'that will liear In- have received a big nsw stock of We received a big stock by express week. Come In ntid look them over. It doesn't require much for a collar and It v.-JH make your dress looX llho new. Minis of them, and priced yd. ?1.60 (o and satin underskirts in bn almost end- 'less varielj- of colors, slylea and Our Etoct; is and right up .lo date, up as Iho styles are) good and they come in brown, green "hurgandy, navy and black.' I'onuhr prices lo................... Georgette anrt t-rcpe do chcnc blouses. These aro all new styles and full range ol colors. Motlcrnlely priced .from 57.W-.lo i RYLANDS CO. We ve SpecUub HOSIERY GLOVES ''AND UNDERWEAR ;