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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY ttl'.UAl.n rWD.VY, MARCH VI, 19t'J! Will Stay Behind Irrigation Movement Til) Water Flows Through IHirhcs At an important meeting o! (He w, vcro covorsJ. Mr. W. K. Hu-iell artoi as tempor- ary sci.rcli.-y. Business Section Wiped Out Bj in a Black- smith Shop loa PETiTCODUC, X.B.. March This loivn was swept by five early this ilo Kindlv ra-jraiog. Tbe who'.e .Business section i was entirely destroyed, AMHERST. -VS.. March di sistrous fire broke out this morning in llip prosijeroys town ol aho'.u i'S niilej from Moacton. The (ire i; thouebt to have originated in ___ a V.neksffiUU ?hop owned by a mat i-.1 linn1 1-etween now and teed- earned It jumped across the ij-i it was arranged that street-to Brothers' boot and oi fic-cutive be 5hoe store, and from there rapidly "zel -.viih the tiuty of setting or- spread In all directions. Among the meeting? caSed at the ear- luijidinss destroyed were the Bank st pcVslMe datiTso ita: reports may ot Nora Scotia. Fleming's dniz s'.rre, no lei'ore the next ewcutive meet- ihe post office, Gosin Co., to ce held at 11.30 in the forenoon Co.. and S. L. Stockton. At 3 a.m. of Directors So Decided Last Night Asked To Help Last rJsM at t'ne rtaulsr tnonthiy vMlns ff "V f.ie fiiwndal stanllas o! the .KCjpicii ot tile U Avoided, o.vttig to the (njr.- cm! hurdeu due to the present al! boys ot U and muler. KM at once ou a racniiership earn- j i I Four of teams were chosen the persons of Misers. J. NV.- iTejro U; f. B. Ross (Team Xo. '.'I; Arthur lijaKra No. 31; I and li. Wallace tTe.im No. 41. KacU win select other directors l a? many lloturians as possible. 1 districts wero set -out as !cl-: lows: i Twin No. norih siJc. j Team No. sii'.e of IracXs to liuHh side o: Srii Ave. S. Team .Vo. fiJe of Srd ATC. S. to. north side or Ave. S. Team No. side'of -itli Ave. 5. and south of same. j The campaign will last three days, commencing on Wednesday. March In view of the work the local "Y" is doins. more especially hoys, and" ill personal, religious. moral and educational wor'x. also hi tho urjbui'.dius or the physique o: the city, the directors confidently look for a very successful campaign. tu the 27th oi March. ihe fire -ras raging Tvlth nnahated S. s: Dunham of -Lethbridge and K. fury and threatened the eastern cod "W. Roivlaniis of Kipp, were addeil to' of the tiie executive and were present at the" The Moncton c'ire department vras ineotinsr. ion its way. but it -was doubtful if U It was detided that the delegation would arrive in time to he oi much to in another caUimn should service. A very strong wind go up tD Edmonton and present the hill of rights drawn ap as scon as jiossible. The delegation according to jircserit.. arranseoients wfll'si before the government early nert weefc. Membership Cards Soon The maubership cards o! the assoc- btioti are beins prepared and will be tent out to. Ihe rarioas locals early neit week. .On these cards Ins names ot the the name ol tie post office, the legation ot the land as _to section, township End. range and. the number of the. acres ovfjned. The mem- DCTS wUl sijn the following pledge: blo-vving toward tilt east, and the rail- ay and ireisht snetls were- -recfced by the flames. POLES RAISING LARGE ARMY Demands for Shorter Hours and Higher EJay Create Yery DiHicult Situation CAPETOWN, March [Renter's. strilie of tao municipal tram ways employees ai Pretoria for pay has led to a serious situation. Tbe- council l.as decided lo close down tt.e system, rather tliaa comply ilie ultimatum oi tlie Amalgamated B> cicty ot Engineers that unless the tlio distnifjal and Variety WERE NEVER.... Stf ATTRACTIVE Never so Large We have searched the markets for these beautiful spring garments and are now featuring for your approval a selection, which for attractiveness of styles, high quality on materials and exclusiveness of designs, has never before been shown in Southern Alberta. STOCKS HERE, REMEMBER, ARE ENTIRELY NEW THIS SEASON. OUR BIG NEW READY-TO-WEAR SECTION OFFERS MANY ADVANTAGES FOR EASY SELECTION OF THE GARMENT BEST SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE AND PRICES IN EVERY IN- STANCE WILL BE FOUND TO BE MOST MODERATE. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS .FREE AND GUARANTEE FIT. Many new models in suits, coab, and have just arrived this week and are on display and sale tomorrow far the first time. NEW Fplendld variety In jilafn and uovi-Ity materials are tine sott trkotEnei and liveeds. Complete of sites lor small regular ligun1? an.l vilru largo women up to 45 bust, i'rlcus to NEW new top capes in handsome lUrlng lines, [nil ICDetJi laryc1 crush collars; handsomely Irinmied with miteriDls finest serges or rcool vel- ours. I'rlcva ?17.50 to HAXDSOME f.lr the most boau- liinl styles in smart dresses wo have ever had to shoir. Serges, silks, Georgettes and crepe de chinos In a wonderful variety of the now tier Find over.iMrt effects, handsomely trlmmod 'oralds, piping, bands, etc. Prices 5J7.50 to lining, bands, etc. Prices d> r r Aft SWELI- attractive and becoming styles !n upro wool tweciis. tricotines, serges, covert clotha, etc., the large, loose, flaring line styles aro most popular and are shown here In splendid variety ol styles and. fn sizes for small, medium and estra fUl largo vvomeu. Prices to.....933-UU Complete New Slock of Corsets >ecial Values Featured Saturday in Dress Goods and Silks, Staples and Wash Goods. Extra! Extra! Wash Satias, White, llesh and SS in. iovelj- fine quality. Galateas and .Oxfords, 45c and 50c SpleodM variety of light and dark values at Ibo same prices as a year ago. 614 Third Ave. Lethbridge to Tliis popular corset is ever ing in favor by reason of its perfect lilting and easy wearing qualities wnd thr, hlsb fianilarrt and ppleu- dtd durability o[ all ino materlali used. A model lor overy tlguro i prtce to stilt every purae. DRESS WAISTS. i Just in this week Georgette! and crepe de at (900 to (13.50. New middy wHHe and }36Q to 6.50. New illk petticoat In finest taffeUs, to NewjiUk frill petticoats with Uf- tetine topi to match, LONDON, March Jiorriing Post prtits a highlv- interesling msss-. aU mnnkipully employed. Tm, to NKWS NOTES. schools and the wiping out of the com- anil. Ill this countrr it is double that ot soldiers nnd sailors beaming a pctiv' (promise fexiemled to the French lang- phy- Moni, at which an important dis sjofl (ook !ace_ ThjJ H. _.. acil arrange to run the power 5ia- slclan'at j for 23 years, died'of pneumonia Goveramenl ol Sastalch- _ o, lbc hill The Johannesburg architect aro j, endeavoring to efu-ct a EeVtl and oi Irrisation Development As-. the water ciaroes through ihb a strons and pow, Mr, gave o _ ,n_E _. thfl one rn iou. The Pdi crlul army so long as the Bolshevik zl the executive some good pointers rfjiavade Polish territory.. The Ukrain. how to organize. 1 tans attack eastern Gallcia, and the Chairman iliiniocn said that it was necessary io-tlie o( the iianon every ono should stand that the real basis associa-.i t ion' should good feeling among" FRENCH FINANCE iho mejnbers. He recognized that an MINISTER MAY QUtTihotel employes arc aUo demantliny Association liko this covering so lejga increases. H is stated that Ote Amal- country to levy i'ivc shillings behalf of the Jonanae.ourg build- ers and the Pretoria tramway men. A. riuraher o! other movements sre pro- gressing la Johannesburg for increas- llarry Coughcy, agent of HID G. T. R. at tttsrson, near Huntsvilte, was instnntlr killerf when struck by "The NatitmaV During the month of February, American returned to the United .States by the cruiser Dr. Trudy King of Kew ZealanJ is recogDized as one of tho greatest of chlld-vclfare experts in the woTld, for H te be who brought the child death j lion signed by 2000 persons, had eti on iue mayor, demand ing: fhat thA At the UIBUBCO ot MiyoHylMi and Police InEpettor Enrighl, who decided thai Ihc projected performances might, j of lh6 Tho infiueuza ware among tho proroke tlisorder, tho management ot lying Indian tribes bas eubeldetl. ex- ttiG Lexinglon tbeatre in New York, centlng at Jloose Lake, where, out oC cancelled arrangements for a series ol 114 cases, thirteen died. It is lu New Zealand flown to the low-1 German operas, the flrst of which was mated that the total Indian deaths est in the lo be "presented Monday. A committee since tho beginning ot the wave is450. tranappn forco of the Xayy. ed and better conditions. The bank officials' society has aikt'd for; a series of minimum details. The j Approximately vases'of tech- hair-dressera have granted aEsisiants n-cal TioiRti0ng" Of tue selective ser- 331) a week, Doubling vice laTr. havc bcon ,n5COTered by I their charges. barmen and erai iuvcEtigators at Olympia, Washn. a territory and In the different stages r PARIS, March analysis of of irrigation development-could only' the vote.Tritich closet yt.-terday's li- deal witii ihe bis general features of. nance debate in UIR chamber gamated Society ot i lias de- cided upon a movement for shorter throughout Africa, the whole by giving such thi ehcnre'd tliat deputies did not! that the miners are about to demand t to each5 different local com-! vote, ivhich is interpreted as marking I an eight-hour day and five days a. diaries E. Chadsey. superintendent, of Detroit's schools, was elected super- mttndcni ot Chicago schools by the Hoard of Education. dissatiaraction o'. a large f section I week. A vote of thanks %a5 tender-! of iha public with Financo Minister men! is depending upon the buildmz rvl Mr.1-Dunham for his work ia the. KloU's statement. Tbe report was matter ot the; Alberta Irrigation Act. [current last night that JL KEotr, in An was voted to the consequence oi what he foil amounted Herald for the interest tn a vote of censure, intended to re- the pastorate ol the Presbyterian taksn In Xhe convention and the es- siso, church at Provost. por jn The strike in the Jailer movn-1 Tjeraocrattc attorney. John II. Wilson, been elected to Congress from Butler county, Kcv. H. G. Watt, B.D., haa re sign of. i mi i in i "nrnnjnmiiHnniiBipmTiisinnriiiiMiniUBiinutmminRHUTB Barley is mixed with in makin.6 Grape No sweelenind required. The food is fuel AbouVhalf the milk or6 cream needed for ihe ordinary cereal is sufficient for Ecohomical-everij aloni eatable. A delicious, nourishing food! Grape'Nuts it____ IMSM Canada Tbod Liconso Tin. The plant of tho Atlantic Dye- stuff Company at EJurrage was destroy. cd uy fire. All employees escaped. The property loss was estimated: as In excess of j Henry Ford only made- upwards ot i dozen million dollars last year, anrt hereforo the income taxes he wlH pay n a few will Tie less a million or so than they were last year. A movement is 011 foot in IlaliiOT .0 abolish the Board of Control and re- .urn to liit old system of1 three Alder- men from tiach of the wards, and a Mayor clecttd by Ihe city at large, William aged "5, went all the way from WhStlafh, Mont, to Virden, ill., lo pay a thousand dollar debt he owed V.'illtam Fryman for more than -SO Freeman wan dead, but Uobrs pair} the to Freeman's ic Irs, The mysterious of "RI. tij. of Tweed, ia reportefl. Ho home Tuesday morning nnrt cannot bo lorn lei, t is hcUevrjiJ lie bas (j'jen drownerl in ihe i'iver there. For thirty years ho employed as secliontnan. Thorns Arthur Owen, aged S2 years, for 38 years .an educationalist in the province ol Ontario, nmJ notably at Brighton, and Rcvoral years p professor of al the Quebec High School, dkd su-Menly at his homd in Admiral Hlnis and Ccocffl ing, according lo Current '.1 London, wt I be lo atcejit tho hfgli Britisli distinction af the Order ol The no prft( fjire nn'l conform no 'iiff-, and U in rcHpcotft a luculfariy democrat 16 honor., Before thn Grand I-orlRc 6f RaRkat Oraml tV. J. .-sot: itGB and in the movemeni to thi9 -TV'liviOn Of Aepfii Prettier Shades, Greater Assortment of Styles A Good Time Now to Make Your Selection of a Suit, Coat or Street Dress One of tho popular lyl'js in Our styles and values tire 'J-.. SUITS at.. up to COATS at.... op to SERGE AND SILK DRESSES Splendid Values at, to MISSES TWEED SUITS Sizes IS to 20, silk fined A Smart Soft for tlie Price. GIRLSVPOfLW DRESSES Silk Poplins lof giirls.'O 16 .14 trijihaoes ot Rose, Reseda, coat i, irimmwi .wiiyi black any, Limited ;