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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAKCU THE LKTIIHmnOF, O'AII.'V PAGKNINE i PHONE 1224-- MI39 I. L. Davis, of tho High lllvcr 05 pi I al lias arrived in the city to a position fll Mrs, Helwig's [o liospllal, i i Tho' Red Croaa ivlll acrvo lea In Ihc 'hluook Clul) tomorrow afternoon, A plcndli] musical program baa been rrangcd. i Sirs. PC Vcbor nni] her sislor-ln-law. 0rd. Hvan, of 'Ottawa, ami MtLlQ llceii Ityun left today to spend a low aya In Jilaclcod. 1 Mrs. M'. I'arker, who liag been MInter In Victoria, spent I lev, this wcok wllli Mffl. W. M, Hamilton on licr ivay (o her home, Leo Lakd flan tli, near Pinchcr Creek. r Tho ladles society of llio B, of F. l.ntl K. will meet at thn home of Mrs. 0. W. 12 Hi Street C. N, [or Heil Grogs Hewing on FrlJay afLor poor, At two o'clock. sengcr on Die l.acoiiln on her Ian .rip across from bcToro be Ing torpedoed, Mr, anil Sirs. W.'-N. Mcrrlam, Strike, are In Hip city, return Sirs, A. Southard who haa been vis' ting friends 111 the city returned yea crday to her liomo hi Calgary. Mlas Eillth Howaoii nrrlveil fro Ihh moEiilng. She waa u Mr. anJ Mis. It. II. llosklns, of Calgary, nro'ln [be city. 4 The Busy lice Knitting Cluh will ncel at tlio lionio of .Mra. U. It. Mc- Kay on-Friday nlgM. TJiero'wIll bo a huslncsa meeting of tho members of the J'rotbcon clasa at clglil o'clock tomorrow evening he ladles; parlor of Wosloy church, k 't'lio 1'rothcon Claan, ol Wcsioy church wish to thank tho Coaldalo Ladles' Aid for (lie enjoyable time they had at Coalilalc Tuesday OTCII- JIIK, presenting tho play, "The Minis Icr'a Ilrlde." They also wlsli to thank all those who eo kindly donated cars to take tlio company to Coaldale, Tlio whtal drive nnd dance hel< under the auspices ot the L. 0. B. A In tho S. 0. K. hall last evening, prov ed an enjoyable and successful event Hg from a trip which Included a-vlsltjThe proceeds were In alii of tbo lie to California on tbo Pacific nml to turned Soldiers' Fund. Kiitccn hand lioslon, their olil home, un the At- were played at whist, after which lh' lanllc. Sorgt. Sam Dob'D3 la home on fur- lough anU Is the guest of Ills sister, Mrs. K. WnUama, 237 Hth Sired N. Scret. Dobbs .was a, member or 10th machine gun section and wcnl to'1 Iho front with tho 1st Canadian con- Undent. Ho has-Leon wounded twice. I'revloua enlisting he was a fire- man on the C, P. R. prlzo winners wcro found (o be: [03, Miss A. Doe anil Mrs. Wilson Gentlemen, Messrs Terry 'nntl W Knowldcn. Consolation, Mrs. Holme nml Mrs. [lussfcll, After nn Interval to refreshments, danclns ertjoyoi Scott acted 03 M.C. icm of Hint" country; Mia )zy Cor- on au Joan or Arc rcproiicnto.i1 r-ineo ami Bang tho Marseillaise; lisa Mario OsLluni] gave a patriotic ccUatlcm In keeping with (he labU-au Tho entertainment closed with (tie of the National Anthem, ran Think There Should Also Iteslriclio'ns of 1'iofils or Promoters He A very succcEsM cntcrlQinmen on Tuesday evening by the YOUIIK I'coiile's llutual Iniprovcmenl Society of the Latter Day Saints THE FOOT TOGGERY FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS Black Kid 8 Inch Top. SpnnUh heel, Regular 55.'OQ- value for 3.95 Women's Patent Vamp Clolr Top Button Boot.' Reg. 55.00 value for THESE VALUES ARE GENUINE W. J. NELSON CO, SHERLOCK BLOCK, church III Ilic basement of Ihc church. Tho program was greatly enjoyed onrl showed careful training anil prepara- tion. H consisted of a very amusing Jarce, entitled "A ol Ihc characters represented uy, Miss Wlnona Urscnbach, Mrs. J. II. T. (Jrcen, Mlsa Jllnnlc McDonald, Joseph Urscnbacli, Olha F. Green; Irish Jle, MIsaca Emma and Gladys Urttn, quartette, Annl6 Laurie, Misses Ur- aenbach, Mrs. Harris, Miss Korren, Miss Wright; Inhleau, nock o[ Ages. Miss I.eono Thomas; French dance Miss Kathleen Oordon; drill, Sweet lluoch ol Daisies, clghl elrb; Scotch dance. Mlsa Kathleen Gordon; lleclta- llon, Mlsa Mamie lllndley; drill, Jesus Lover of My Soul, clp.o.1 elrla; reces- slontSl, Kipling. Mrs. 'Cordon company; recitation, Miss Gladys Green. Tho concluding number wae a beautifully staged tableau of Brit alii and her allies with Mrs. D- H. Elton, representing Drllannla; Miss Ursula Ellon, Canda, and slnginj 0' Canada; Mlsa Marguerite Gordon. Russia, and singing tlio national an- Ladies' and Children's SHOE SALE With continuous buying to protect Ourselves and our Customers from the big advance on all kinds of shoes, we have perhaps, gone the ex- tfe'iiie overbought.'At any ratc_wcjhre going tp'TJiiloatl, Jmtl "ask the closest buyers to k pvcr our many lines, feeling every confidence in the result. We btnight for cash in large quantities. "We have the We shall make the prices "so low" that to "see is to buy." Come! Clearing Line of Ladies'Shoes Prices ranging from JpD.oO niul 56.00. Perfect goods; newest styles. On our bargain tables Edmonton, Mar ID. Thai Ihcrc e him Id be a -close Ecrudny of Lllta 1J it sen ted .fur, Ihe companies was tbo concensus of oiiiii-1 Ion of the private bills commllico of' tlio legislature (Ills i considering the act Tor tho incorpora- tion of Ihe Imperial Assurance Secur- lly comyany, Calgary, llu name of wliicli lias been cfiangcr lo tlie Mcr- pliants nnd Traders Atsurancc coiti- pa'ny. Tlio cliango of name followcd documciUs being laid licfore tlie tom- ifilttcc informing tlicm that llic Im- perial government had decided and that Ihc Dominion authorities had adopted inc same practice, lhat no company should lie allo'-vcd lo have a name that implied clilicr royal or government prlvilegca uiilcss such irk-lleges were succ-iull conferred, flic committee dethlcil that in future :he law clerks stioulj report on ilio ?uhjccl of names as weH as the iirovi- Blons of company bills ami that no name should be iicrniiltcil that sug- gested either government or HriMsJi support. 1 Hon. J. II. Doyle, who made (he mo-1 lion stated that-tho name British In' the Nile led Hie public to infer lhat Iho company was by Hritiah, capital. Discussing the sale of shares HonJ C. H. MilchcU pointed out that insurance department allowed a com- pany lo do business In the Interest of the r'ollcyholders whereas the public utilities commission was Interested In the protection of the public and the shareholders. it' T. M. Twccdlo' thought that some- tiling be. done in reference to the restriction .of. Iho profits of pro- moters. Mr. ..Doyle .suggested Ihal next session :T special committee should be appolilcd to go into the Jo'nt stock companies act, so as lo II i have it amended En Ihe interest of tho nuulic. Mr. Twecdic argued also that there should be? protection lor the I beneficial owner ..of a'.ock mcsi- tioncd that the bar oC Cou- dda was drafling a joint slock com- panies act wWcfcwould ue coiisider- ed at the meethg in Ihc Tall and sub- InutteJ to the govcmmculs of the sev- eral provinces. Gebrpe Iloartley re- marked that no what bad Leen tone In the past it was the duly of 'ihc legislature to see that no powers were conferred that were against the Interest of the public. Tlio bill Is still before the committee for final consideration. Selling Event Continues Fnday and Saturday. Consult Wednesday Night's Herald {or Full Particulars. WEEK-END GROCERY VALUES 1.75 25c 60c 25c Best GranuFaled" Sugar, 20 Ib. sacks. Extra Special, per sack (lolled Oats in bulk. Special, 6 Ibs. Tor Glfco, In 3 Ib. tins. Extra, per lln Jello, in assorted flavors. Special, 3 Tor Hudson's 'Bay No, 1 Tea. Reg. 60c. Extra 'special, per Ib................. Fancy Pack Tomatoes. No. tin.............. Gold Bar Peaches and Sliced Pineapple Ib. tins. Extra, per tin............ Campbells and Van Camp's Soup. Sptclal, per tin Squirrel Peanut Duller Special, per tin.................... Royal Crown Soap. Special, per carton Crisco, 3 Ib tins. Extra special........-.........'. Lowney's Cooking Chocolate, 'Ib, cakes. Extra special, per cake Lowney's Cocoa, Ib, tins. Special, ptr tin Sweet Juicy Oranges. Special, per dozen A special (lenionslralion ol' Lhmulco CnllVe Friday nnd 50c 20c 30c I5c 25c 22c 65c 22c 24c 15c Soda Biscuits. Regular 30c. Special, per package Sbdn EliscuitB, in tins. Extra special i n Soap. Special, cakes for Fairy Soap. Small cakes. Per dozen........................ Johnson's Prepared. Floor Wax. Special............................. "Blue Ribbon Tea, 1 Ib. tach............................... Choice Blend Coffee. Fresh ground. Special, 3 Ibs. Tor.................. Lombard Plums. Special Per MM Roger's Cane Syrup in sealers Each ..........A................... St. Charles Evaporated Milk Two for Gold Seal Condensed Milk. Special, pep tin 27c 30c 50c 30c 55c 45c 1.00 15c 35c 25c 15c Special Sale oE PLANTS Used for .the of our Slri'iiig Display' will be sold upc Plants including Qcgonias, Clnerals, Prfmiffss, Ferns, Lemon Plants, at Three .Special Prices. OVER 200 TO BE SOLD. Bulletin A special 'merchandise news item will appear-. in Friday night's R CO. The following officers hnvo nualiflcd as lieutenants of. arlillery alter com- pleting a recent course al Kingston. Tuoy are attached to Lelhbridge Prov.-LIeut W. J. JIuslard, !5lh baltcry, O.P.A. Prov.-l.ieut. J. Naylor, 25th bal- lery, C.P.A. I'rov.-Lleut. S. 11. McClung, !51h hat- tery, C.F.A. Scret- D. B. Machon, 7Slh denol, C P.A. Bomb. R. S. McKay, IStb. -depot, O.P.A. Girls Shoes at Sale Prices 50 Pairs of Girls Shoes. All Kinds of Makes... Some-low heels; some high heels; somo pat- cnt leather; others EUiiinclal: Values ranging from ?i.75 lo 52.50. QJI Our Tables for V Childs Shoes at Sale Prices 100 Odd Lines Ranging in Price From to On our bargain T 1 In two lots. Clcnrlnc 85c HONORS FOR BORDEN London, .Mar. Can- adian premier. Sir Bobcrl IJor- den, and General Jan Chris- tian Snvuts, of South Africa, are to he offered the freedom of Edinburgh city. DON'T EAT PE'VNUTSl CAUSE APPENDICITIS That Iho second annual spring op- of the HndFon'a Hay co.miiaiiy held last night was a splendid suc- cess was the opinion of the great num- Smith, assislcd hy Thompson 54.1, P. Fltzpalrlck heads of Ilic departments and all llie'tf. FLano D. Pearson staff were indefatigable In their et- forts lo Eluov their sueats arounil. No goads on sale last night bul the opportunity ivaa given of viewing whatever one desired.. Loug 48, J. Wilson 4S.2, N'. MlcleoJ. IS, N. Mcl'heo 4C.4, I. Bkelund 45.4, Tho following is of Hie standing of high school pupils for I.nyton, Miss Slmm. Mr. S. 1 Grailo Dunham .Mnsler Geoffrey. Wartdington Mason M, A. Goodman 75, D. Sans Mrs Frank Wndillnslon as accompan-, 74, J. RoWson 70. U. Uelii'fiD.3, H. isl, proved a very popular inuova-, Striker 6P, M; Ballanli lio CS, tion. Bcgi.ining Dt the urv Friday Saturday we invite you to inspect V Ladies' Suits and Coats The assortment is comi'ilclc! Embrac- ing nil (lie iicAvcsl'slilules! lined! nllerations free! We giiariint'cc Ilic Appcmlicltis h" rtircclly trac- ed lo pcamils. Lclbbrldgc peon'.c should that simple Lucklhorn liark, 'glycerine, etc.. as mltcrt In Adler-l-ka, often relieves or [irevenls appendicitis. This simple remedy acts on. BOTH lower and upper bowel, rc- niovirii; surh surprising foul matter Ihal ON'B SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASK constipation, sour stom- ach or gas. A short treatment helps chronic Blomacli trouule. The IN- STANT, easy acllon ot Adler-l-ka is B. Higintolhsn] ft Co.', Smith 66... N'- McCorrnack C0.6; L- goods depart- Smith G0.5, T. Home 60.5, O. Wll ment where lovelv shlmmorins silks Hams 53.1, M. Gordon 51.0, B. l.itllo In the now briglit-hucd eliailes, the. 5-1. C Grant 11, A. Skciih 40. latest designs In vo'lcs, exquisite! ;Gra'de Cobhlcdicli" S7, V trimmings and all Ihc IC9, exquisite I "Or newest novel-! D. Joyce 11.3, SI- Grler 41.3, C. Hul' on 40.5, S. Vaseleuak 48. IX. Commercial Hargrcavei 71 Rich- ard Mallou 61, Xo.rman Fui 54, Jack: Lynn 53, Hex Farrcll.50- Speclal -May Young 00, Martha, Kcrgaii 7ti, Margaret. Ueach 69, Ivy. Uppingwcll 65, Lulu Klschell Cl, Violet Gant Huff.63, Mabel' Packham 5S. '-Arthur Mcllvena. 57, Olive Jackson 57, Eveleen Crier Bessie Little 4J, Ada Murray 38, An- reiv Queen 27. X. Commercial Wilson C5. Class average, GO. ilyng 77, D. Church 75, M. Mos- lios for spring, ivorc displayed, a tour' covich II. Drodio 71, M. Hunt 70, throngn the differBDl departnicnta or, n. 70, D, StRlford 69, L. Iho store everywhere revealed spring young CS, 51. McVeigh 67, K. Tor- goods in all the.-newest and most 55 C6, N. Squires C4, nailed ideas. In Iho shon department A C4, N. HlEinholliam 02, It. Iliere were evening slippers et beau- cl, F. Virtue CO, H. Simpson 13 SUNK IN A WRECK London, Mar. British" vessels of more lhan 1600 tons wcro sunk during the week ending Maxell 11, says today's otliclnl nnnounc-imciit on shipping losses. i Four British vessels o[ less lha'i V 600 Ions and three [ishlng vessels' were sunk. llful shades and shares as well as Ijcols for every occasion. .The grocery department was very popular, as cof- fee ivas served here 60. C. Hunt 5S, 'J. Hamilton 5S, E. Hamilton 57, L Ilprapool L. Por- ter 57, M. Hyssop 57. H, Keith 5C, D. X. Deuoon 54, B.' Hutlon RHEUMATISM i Murray "arlmcnl 54, M.1 Donaldson 54, M. ipp 52, II. irarlmcnl .inuneilialcly attracted at- tention with Ihc skilfully arranged draperies, stowing (he latest in papers and cretonnes Ihal harmonise in color and derign. A bed room fiimlshcil through ihc courtesy of iij iisci r usually yields lo InC purer blood nawrfcn Rros. was iircllily dr.inccl In end greater strength which E. J. HILt CO, pink Uncd. chintz, with clfcctivc wall paper and nllracllvc rug. The. reagy-tcMvenr dc monl crojvucrt. .nil evening nnd lop 13, A. Grade Hyaabp 78, P. ilcll ing.77, 0. Comforl 76, P. Patrick 71, A. McCarthy 70, H. Fuller 70, Flinn K. Fowler CS, J, McMlum C7, A Harrllc 07, II. Waddington C5 A. Falrfield 63. R. Van Haarlem 62, V. Uennetl 62, M. Gillies 01, M. .Moore SH. M. McKillop SS, n. DavU 57, A. 57, P. -Matson 57.. M. Lynn 57, R. Inman X. Itotiison hero were displayed handsome spring. 51, II. Davis 52, n. Nivcn SO, P.- suits, coats, blouses wllli the new; 59. K. Staincs 17, V. Oillics -12, W- Pnlsley trimming, skirts in rlalils and j HcmlcrFon O. Hyssop 31. stripes, underwear and children's Or.de Infram S7.3, 'I., nuns- In the lea rooms ke cream served during the evening. eprjnR Occoralions were creates. Its rich oil-food enlivens promine'Jt, purple clematis twined on the whole system and strengthens i the organs to throw oil ihe injurious j [urlncr 'cmpha: Bcidi. Many doctors them- ftjv take Scoll's Emulsion i 10 Cure i Cold In One Day and you must stand firm njf [Take LAXATIVK UROMO QUIXINE fi'a 'Tablets, DruegUls refund If It falls to MaUBHubstilutes. B. W. Drcmft eigiulure I each bOI- 25C. ,hc spring goads. U worth St'.'2, M. Olbhons 7D.S, E. llam- illcn 7S.4, H. McMlllen 77.3, A. Wll- Uanis '71.6, C. McKachcm 74.5, -1. Dcnoon 7.1.3, J. Crabh 71.S, II. Cbnrch 71.5, 0 Youns 71.1, Har.sch 71.2, W. Kunst 7fO, D. Bmiih CO.5, U. K. Dnsse" 65.6. J. Scott IB.2, L. Parry 61.3, G. KHzpat- rick C4.J. R. .lohnslonc J. .Marra 61. B. Im-ta B. 1'carson W. Itidpath 61.D, B, Klpren 61.6, R. Kipp 60.S, SI., Hntdio 60, A. Donald 67.5. C. Doullon n. Knowldcn 55.6, W. Wescotl 5a, ;