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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMUnSDAV,. MARCH U, THE,, LETHBRIDG15 DdtLY IIRRALO PAGE ELEVEN We now have a very fine showing in those lines. The "last word'' in style, color, fit and finish. * Oilr Suits will range in price jFrom $20 to $45 Our Coats from $15 to $40 Our Dresscis from $12 to $35 mm Out Mrs. Underwood is in charge of this department and will be pleased to show goods and quote pricJes to all. ~ ^ CALL AND LOOK THEM OVER E. J. HILL & CO. 1 Billy Sunany, cloning his Wa�bing-tori campaign, announced lils intention of proceeding ,forthwith to Chicago, for the most spectBCUlar drive oh sin in hlu careef In t\io city in �which he was Convertod 31 years ago. FLAIMIEHAIL J'HE Next ' WILL GIVE AN OldCountry  AND WhistDrive I^j VETERANS* GLUB Monday^ J JQ Admission &0c Proceeds for General Fund*. ANCIENT ORDER OF , FORESTERS. WILL HOLD A DANCE ON MARCH 15 In tke K, of P. HaU .....From.B till 2 'vQent* $1.00;; Extra Ladles, �0� 4 Those wlihlng invitations phonO' MISS l^fnbld'a br^hsstra Edmonton; March 18,-A bill of con elderable iniportaoce was introduced In the provincial legislature this after I"noon by Hon. W. Garlepy and deals, M;lth the organization of d ijo-operativo hail insurance. , The hill provides for tha taklug in of the crop area, at a basis rate, at a stated sum. No farmer need go in unless he,.desires, but,the,burden^of reinoving^from tlie co-operative scheme rests upon him. if he does not give notice, of the drawing out, be will be a part of 'the scheme. The hail board will place, ik. flat rate upon all ibe .wlll-^be in^ charge of cUimsand Insurance work tor tua Northern Navigation Companyi Toronto, Mar.,14.--lt Is feared^ here that the chances of KltcHeri-'f er, O. H. A. champions, succcMfut-l ly defending the Allan Cup weiilfj It was de-,' cided that George HUKer, the aUrj^ of the team, was not In, shape to > play tohight. Hllller, It is report-." ed, has a small bone broken lii hii^ , righ| foot a* the result of a slashV , from Bostrom's atick at the cl^s*": of the game on Tuesday night. DEATH OF FATHER CORBEIL, � Wlnnilieg, Mar. 14.-Word has beSn received' of the death of Hev. Father Corbeil of St. Boniface - Archdiocese, who lately has been residing in Moift-real. Deceased: , Vvas well fcnoWii througUput the west. Twenty; yeats a|o he was editor of Le Manitoba, il" also had been engaged in inlssiona work In,the Yukon. ^ .DIRIGIBLE WAS USED 1 I I BENEFIT In Aid of Wounded elc|l�i;.�^'�' arrangaa iby number 'ef.^- -.i �lllidiei. K.VPv HALL Thu., Mar. 21 '*\') Rofrethments. Mlic Arnold'a Orphaatra y-Jickata $1.09.1^ Extra Lady fiH A iTIoketi and; Invjtatfona may bei ,obtained from Mr, Knowldsn at Frank Miles' Shoo Repairing illhopj 4�|^rM�nu9 er by phoning Naples, Mar. 12.-The air raid; mad on Naples early on Monday was ca; ried-out by a dirigible which was tlj Ing �t such a height that It was Impbi slble to 'aim bombs on military bbjeC tlvea, but dropped .them at random over the city. RATIFY PROHIBITION ' Dover, Delaware, March \14.=^ Th]B, Dela-ware bouse of representatives tct-day, adopted a Joint resolution ratlf j^-Ing the federal prohibition amendment by a vote of 27 to �(., The mea�[-! ure now goes to the senate 'tor Consideration. ' ri The rftlleiray car shortage in Eusterii Canada If growing worse, as empty Canadian 'cars In fbe- United States are aent to the Western States instead of to Canada; ;More than 18,000. Oentistrils Wc -FrjctlieitlB I SeilBiM Pnifeliliii! iyi/HEN,^^yc^;'donie 'to pur. ' " offices we jhatwj^^ fort and welfare at Hearf; De^^^ tislry as we practisi^iiitf is not ; ^ only a sienbus. Mjpf^ ^al�p. a fl^itle :ir6 :W^|i'|^J.. The meat eajre'fuV'wprk;:.ihe laost geni- 'i ulne earnestness,' tlie utmost' 'Tcdiiaeieh-' tlou8ness "H00VEHI2ED RHYMES ? * �� *  # ?  � : ? : * 4 Utile, Miss MuK.;t, * . She sat on a ^utfoi. lOating'Wheat bread and prfiserves; There c,ama Mr. Hoover, Who negiah to r^piovo her, ' And now Miss'AIu)'f(!t conserves.    Litflo Jack Hornor ku\. in a conior, Kftting his wheat anil ryo; '�No plums I. oat, nor siiKiir nor wheat- What a great boy am I'." � *  rMary, Mary, quito *��&* >;�.>-- >� ' ' .,�   ' Allgs � Violet Hasrell lias returned from a two.montha' visit in jVoncou-vers ' ��.( ' � -�. � .� " * : Mrs.^A. ,patterBon ot Commerce, h-as returned hpme after a week's visit with. Mrs. .-L! (rreen. �,,,"�  Mrs. Ray lyellogg is the guest of her mother-in-law (U I'^iilton, N.Y. . �>--: � , - -If � ' Senator and -Mrs. De Veber are leaving torilglit lor Ottawa. ;�:�: 'r ?''Mr. BflmomlBoirot Calgary, has been la town for a tew days.!' , �� � ..���: �. : , 5Mr. K. W. Htiekle of the Canadian iJBank of Commerce at Macleod, is in town. .,, ., .�,,, .�.. Mrp. W. H. hytin of Calgary, Is vlsit-IngiMi's. P.-A; .Moncrieft. i,,Mr. and Mis. Jl. P. Johnston are In Calvary for a few days. ij> 4"i� � �  o    SOCIAL EVENTS ?  � - �> � � ^ *  > � � ' Mrs. J. \V. Hawden entertained on Tuesday attornoon'for Mrs. Parr of Saskatoon.   � . The Higli school and high gt-ades of Central school ledchers spent a social tlmb at Bed Cross work with Mrs. J. Morgan after schdoh hours yesterday afternoon. Msrs.. Sharpies and Miss Bennett assLsted In serving refresh-2uen;t3. 'Mrs, E. B. Hill entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. McGiilre's guest, Mrs. Parr of Saskatoon. Oil Tuesday evening a most enjoyable social WAS held at St. Mary's hall by Court Unity, Anplent'Order of For-astors, to celebrate the seventh anniversary of the founding o� the, court A iljundred and itlttypeople were preS' ont and enjoyed a splendid pj'iJgraMv of music and recitations, followed by an Informal dance. An interesting event of tlio evening was a game of oarpot ball, ladlee vs gen'tlemen: Mr. Ki-eU Holmes, the past chief ranger, >V8a presented wlth/a jewel and certificate. Refreshments were served by tho ladles. i.^ : . . � � >> /Atnottg those entertaining In honor or'Mrs. Arthnr Murphy of Edmonton (liirlng hor visit in Toronto last week were: Thb Lieut. Governor ot Ontario �and Lady Hendrlc, Mrs. Strachan Johnston, Mr. JustlSo Ferguson and Mrs. Ferguson Burke, tlie Toronto'Women's P)-eas club and the Honorable Howard Ferguson, minister of mines and tim her. '�  �  Same ot the Pacific flatfish received by the -CftDada food board were sent to Ihe libtne ot the prime minister, where It was served for breakfast and ROYAL YEAST tiuartar cf * eenturyj Bread baMd with Royal Yentt irlll keer fresh and moitt tenB�i' than that mada with any ethar, ee that b full week'* sunply ean eully to* madk mt �na bahlngi and the laat leaf will be Juit aa Boed as the first. MAOC IN CANADA E>^^G1LLETT COMPANY UMTTED ^^�WINNIPKO TORONTO. ONT. t^ONTntAJ^_,JX^ dinner. The varleKea included aolen. brill, witches and plaice, fjady Borden vouches for the fact that they were thoroughly enjoyed. "We found the Pacific fish really o-rcelJent �hd I tnist that we may be able to iii'ortiicc. It ill Ottawa yet," she declared,  fc * Their Kxcellenclos the Duko and Duchess of Devonshire, have graciously given their patronage to thp "P.a-zaar," and "One Day Sale," which is being organized, for the purpose of ruiaiiig funds to be expended in tho work of rebuilding the devastated regions ot France, and which will bo held next week at "the Rltz Carlton in Montreal, lady Meredith and Mrs. Forbes Augiis are convenors for l^ie entertainment and Mrs. S. Beardniore will be In charge of the cabaret to be held In connection with It. Mde, T. Chaae Casgraln, at wboae request It Is being given, will go down to Montreal today, nrid whilo there, will ho a guost at the Illtz Carlton. RIVER, 1ST SERVE flalgary, March 14.-A decision rc'^ tonfly made by the central appeal judge, affects a Milk UWer man, Norman A. McMurray, based his claim on' tho fact of his being a Presbyterian missionary, but since he Is not ori 'dalned, his claim was disallowed nnci he has been ordered up *for service. ill* AVENUE t �� � � � � � � * � CLUBS AND SOCIETIES 4>.4> � > � .Wesley Ladles' Aid at their meeting yesterday made final arrangements tor the Kftster whltewe^r bazaar which , >B to bo hold on,,Wednesday; March I The Sir Alexander aaltVchttpteri 1. ; 0,D,E., win raeKuox. ' neatly enibroideredi Made irbm fme^t iirootlMrgi^; and soft^ rich Swiss taffetu in shades of bluc^ greeny taupe, purple, saxe; abo blackf The best/range of dresses we hsive ever sboiwn at these prices-* i', ; $2j5i()0 and W# Exceptional Values In d Coats This coat, shown iA cut, ^ made from the popular Donegal Tweed tji^Cj^.h^aving^lbig sale this season. The price ps only 117.50.  We al^o ^o4 a fine ra^e.of Tweed ami Coyerj^ Ctoth, Conts ill biUed liia:back .tyles at $19.00; JZCCfM) an^ ' and l�i!(,,|hem.>over. ^You will say^ourstyletV are the best and our prices lowesLi F�urt!ijfen^e South 76 ;