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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONOAY, .MARCH OAILY I have slocUctl a complete. II' ino of the. wfcll known MIL ADI PHONE --S. P. It- JJnrrllo roturncd to Ilio city on Krtilay from (Ho cast after an absence of luontlie, Mrs. I'. W. rllaiiey uiid children linvo eono lo Prince Albert to visit LIoul. Loverclt noVcDcr ol Iho battalion at event tlio week, cml wllli paronls, Bcimtor und Ira. DaVcbor. and iini'Hie sole rcpi'c- j'sontiUivo, in Lethlivulge For every figure the new styles ol B. I, are 3 revelation lo those I; who haven't aecn them and a dis- tinct advance over anything prev-, lously attempted. In Canada. Every model'In modern corsetry to suit the Individual needs of the IrnulLltude of wearers can be had In e Bias Filled .Corset Line. The 1 ;modern corset Is designed lo con- l-'trol ibc lines of the body and to 1 Ifllve that, tailored look which "lm- -parls Individuality lo the wearer. This, the Bias Filled Corsets ac- 'eompllih by their great variety of lilylts and measurements, am pug which ,1 model can be fob rid to suit any figure.1 J Tho regular meeting of iho music dopartmciu ot ILo Matliosln Cljb win bo Imltl at (lie liomo of Mrs. Klrklinm on Tuesilay Marcli at Mrs. P. M. Catnpboll has relurncil from a short visit to Calgary, unil was accoiunanlcil home by licr. .Utllo daughter Jean, who hcctl attend- ing si. India's collcee. i t Mis? Glaclys Halcmnn has arrlvcJ Tlio Bum of (he rcbiilt of iio day held BaUinlay In Calfiary In the clly from Tabcr Lo accept a i alii ol (ho Returned Yctcrnm' pclaLloii. position on the LctlibrEdgc leaching staff. On leaving Tater lha memliprs anil friends nf ihc Methodist church Completely Restored To Health By "Fruit-Mives" 132 ST, Y.UIKH Sr., MONTBHAI, "In 1912, I irns late" suddenly 111 irllh Acute, Stomaiti TmMt and dropped In Iho sired. I wn3 treated by several physicians for nearly t'.vo years, and ray weight dropped from 255 pounds lo 100 TJifji strerjl of my friends advised me tu try "I'ruit- f 6egan fa fjiifn-otf almost with Hie fint dcsf, and by Ufiiuy them, I recovered from the distressing .SUutfacIi nil p.lin and Constipation were cured, Mow 1 ucigh 208 pounds. I 'Trurt- II. WHITMAN. Tho hlnlorv and current pvmls see- presented Mlaa nalcmnn with a xo'il' f C Ion o( ILo MailicalB. mcrt walcli, find (ho teaching slaff, on tay- A tall dealers or sent postpaid by Iru.t- l the homo o! Mrs. KeLLerley, 284 7lh Inn gcjod-byc, eavo her a beautiful i.-tives Limited. OtUiti. Avenue South, on Tuesday afternoon, ring, wishing licr every success In1 March 20, at 3 o'clock. i her new position. j Tho Pearl Seokorj. Blhlo, class ol Twenty-four ol the hoy and (nox churcji vrlll meet tomorrow fj-Jci'Js of Gordon Douglas the light at Ihc home of Smith, tucsta 'of his mother and father, Mr. Slh Slrcel South, to ECW for the ami Mra. R, n. Douglas, at Ihcir liomc, ilren's Shelter. 104th Rlrcct, Tliursilay evening. t Gordon Is leaving Sunday night to Join Iho 78th Italtcry at monfoi) JoiiniaJ. J. A. CumralnE, wlfo and son, havo rnturned [rom California, where Mr, humming has been for sonid llmo to rccuiicralo from on operation per- formed In December, .Mrs. It. V. DOSED entertained at Jolly St. Patrick's party on Saturday evening for her daughter Irroa. Tlio Once ab'ahi the weatherman smiled decorations and refreshments, where i. the efforts of (ha- hoard of (ho possible, were carried out In a green Nursing Mission, na Saturday tho day and white color Echeme. Cards ana c-liasen for (heir annual tea proved guessing games were played until to be a perfect spring day and this cloven; then everyone danced until doiibl, coupled with the wor- midnight. Tho hostess was assisted thlncss ol tho cause, was largely re- by Miss Minnie Ilaiell and 'Avis spouslblc for the largo number of In- Staccy opened Iho door. The Drlzcs lerestcd ladles who'attended. In tbo for guessing game! were both won by! drawing room of the mission, decornt- Avis Slacey. Dorothea Stacey wln- fiJdmonlou, Mar you count Ihc ties, bolts and tisli 11. 11. IJougJas, engineer of the proi'lucial railway branch was asked tills morn- Ing at Ihc silting of the public ac- counts committee of the legislature by T. .11. as lo the. i during his examination basis on which he certified expert with Lha (ultiniale object roam by Mrs: J. Nr. Kennedy unJ Mrs. 11. T. Tlrymiior. -The tea table with wliltc, wag centred qucl of Jallcdils ami a -shower bou- .WBS 'praldD.1 FARMERS OF N.Z. TO BUltD SHIPS i uai expert, vvnn tua Sydney, X.S.W., March ot nonce Is given In Lloyd's list of a vro- OI1C cllgi :ecr aUi1 over by Mrs E..A Slmrman and Mrs. nonce is given 13 Lloyd's IIEt ol a vro- one cu'gi :ecr an.1 or so assistants. II. W Clmrcli, Jlrs..B. J.- Rchl. Mrs. jmscd noiv line of sleamshlns lo ho; valuation- of -some W. D. King, Mrs..L. T. Allan, Mrs. operated by tho New- Zealand Farm-j ,n-lcs jhic in A. Ewcrl and :Mss-Uaivdcn assist- crs' Union with a capital ot asco cil. Miss-Ethel Airrt opened tile door 000. The farmers of the Dominion: JUB value ot the, joail that tho and Mrs n. O. McCluro, the treasurer propose lo huvo conslruclcd a number have tdjiiy.Ior and the ,1-Ihc'jboard, vras m charge of tho of Iirstclass cargo carrying vessels; olficials of the comhijfeon were get- exchequer, receiving nearly }aO. A which it is thought will ,dy to all.Uiig ikolr tnlormationfrom the rail splendid, program numbers parts of the world or wherever thcro wav oKiuials How cbiild it be olhor- ivas'Rlvcii during the dflcrnobn, Mrs. i L. Wallers, Mrs. W. J. Nelson and Miss Meryle O'llagen playing, and Mrs. Sidney Miss Uorolhy LcwIs.'MIss Dcssie'llBtell, Miss Jllii- ile'' ilazell and Misses sieg- ing. is a market for Zealand pro-! wiBC ,hc provincial treasurer, ducts. Tho farmers have not waltcil. could 'not make (ixdclaileil cx- tor action by the government bill have: animation as the provincial engineer taken the mailer up so as to be in po.'. nnii expenditure of very protect _lhemsclTes_ In. sums Ol monoy jcud.uoj on tbcir p foreign markets of (he world follow- ing the declaration of peace. In Thousands Families In aelccllrig 'any of these models you have'ai your disposal Ihe of J. H. HOAB A SPEC'lAL-'a. 4 I. CORSETIERE FROM TORONTO, will be In at. our Corset section all This Week And will give valuable aid In IKo procuring of the corset btet suited lo your particular figure and will EMnonalty fit you. [Miss Cameron THIRD AVENUE SOUTH jnslartt'Pusium is TCgariled as one of (lie regular staples of llic pnnlrj', iilot'tg (loiiV; oilier of life. Inaianl Poslum causes none of llic discom- forts of lea. nr colVcc. ,11 is a pure rood-drink, rich in ,lltc nourishing of clioicc wlicnl, including llic mineral eleinenls of lite grain so essential for perfect licajlli. Herb is a licvcraRc-thal cliildi-en as well as llic older tints 'citii'safely enjoy. 1( is ideal in ils 'convenience instanlly in llic cup) and delicious OuVDj1..' A ten (lays' Irinl shows a Reason" for Instant Postum -T-, Canadian Postuni Cereal Windsor, Ont ION IN MSI Montreal, Mar, wild con- scription, a has la the words on numerous small "stick- era" ivhich greeted Montreal .Salur- daj- morning, having been pasted securely overnight on slorc windows Briil on poles ami letter ea in too leading business streets o! jlhe cily. Slickers, were removed on protests froni the owners of projiert: lo wlilcli they were nttadictl. One arrest was that of a student who will lie charged with "posling lillls'vilhouL a license." TO EACH ACCORDING TO HIS NEED. Tho son of a leading miiujfacli ot tclla Ihc lollow Ing anecdote, whicli flalca Iroin Ih1 first ot the "'H liat a hoi day and King Albert. askcrt for something lo drink n >oMlor nnylhing icfl Back of the Irenchcs a man saw hbfae drinking ami ;vrou: over an.i started lo' r e bucket away iio ealfl jho-kfng. 'Let Ih poor-jaMmat drink; it nceil It mote inches wide. Tur-sdny morning, yard No phone orders. Not more than 7 yards to one customer. C iV XIGIIT 'i'or-'Ladtes' Kmhroldcml Trimmings. Worth 51.00. Morning special -59 C osamination. Mr; Douglas told Mr.lTweedle that, he satisfied MtriEelf that cveryUiing was fair and lust but he dirt nol chuck every item (o Isci-ceiil. Hon. J. n. Boyle said lo.tlo that IL ivoufd be necessary for- Uie govc rncnt lo duplicate Ihe start of. the rail- way company .and would require OoubSe stnff o( men.on llic erouucl.! >ir. -Douglas slated mailo tre- trips over the railways during the neriud LI construction tor the liosc of satisfying himself as to the' progrcES of llie work but ho could uoL tiutl.did not profess to 'inike a dctail- j ed examination. His certification of j the estimates of (he railway ivas based upon this general, surrey Ilia knowledge of tli'e cost ot i lerials and work. He also had access j (o the books of the company including. the records of the engineers rji groitnd. It appeared Hint 50 ccniA i Lhc price certified Tor tics and lie was aiked by ?Ir Tweedie as lo thnt. "Ills reply.wap lhat he had satisfied him- self that il a.fair price. -Mr. 'Mitchell remarked "when Mr. Twee die last year heard lhat tho price paid was GO cents, he thn subject. Asked how he arrived at the know- ledge that an acre was n fair prica lor Iho Innrt acriulred for Ihe terminals of Ihc A. fc G. at Edmon- ton, Mr. Douglas said thai on making iiuiniries lie hnd learned that the same price li ad been paid for r other-land I bought in Ihc same part of the city. 1 Mr.'TwDolie snid the witness''liad refused ID cerllfy an es- tinmic.ur. one occasion'and Mr. llong- Jas ansWreil thai corrccUons on some had made. SO .ONLY, BEST QUALITY WATEK COLOR OPAQUE SHADES. Mounted on strong spring roller, Including ring pull, brackets, nails, complete. Size inches wide, 72 indies long. Tuesday 'morning cadi' A Grocery Department Savings for Tuesday's Selli, Bovril Cordial. 20'oz, i np bottles. Special'...... Red Cross India Relish Special, per bottle Worcester. Sauct 1 rt Special, per bottle..... 1UC Sweet Gherkins, or Special, Keillcr Dundee Marma- A Special per jar OUC Van Houten's Cocoa. OA tin JUC APPLE SPECIAL This is your opportunity 16 secure a case of. No. 1 Cooking Apples (Yellow Newton, Pip pins) on sale only 10 la at this Extra Special. Price, per cssc Gcb. Washington Coffee Special per tin Afternoon Tea Sugar Cubes, Special, pkg. Spanish Pfmentos for Per lin Rolled Oats. 20 Ib. sack. Special, per sack. Canned Corn. Special 3 cans for............-------- Sweet Potatoes, Dill Pickles and Sauer-Kraut- Specia' 2 cans for 25c 15c 1.00 50c V CONGRATULATIONS FROM -I- BRITAIN TO DUMA v T.bndon, -Mar. Lloyd George loibv amounc- ed ni thi house of commons that 011 Thursday IID would move a motion of congratula- lion to tliQ Russian duma. f? WTARIO BAHY MADS STRONG Irs. JarvTs says Dr, Tablets Cured her Delicate Child When Nothing Else Could. Mrs. Jarvis, I3o-t 236, PcnelnuE. P.O., lulario, ''K-Ia-a pleasure ?o ell you wlial Dr. Caascll's Tablets avc tlouc Tor my liaby- When only ivc nionlhB old he fell ill, nml though hart medial ndvicc for him Iio got worse. I: tried-several-special foods, ml none of would slay on Ma tomacVand ho'hccame so thin thai' ie scenieJ Just' skin'.ami .hone. ,Ho only wclgliwl 10 khil -rte-novcr. housht ho -could But -chancing 0 hear ql pr._Ca3SQtl'a. Tfllilfils-I'gcrt. ooie for I'dW." Ic Is n botiny- -now; qifitc ciirefl, anil ib3.-nl-Iwalvo A free samplo of Tab- fcls will 'be-sent-to -you on-receipt o[ 1 cents for mailing, packing.-Ad- dress: Harold F.1-Ritchie Ltd., j 10 IflcCaul Dr. (JasseU's Tablets-are the surest rcmcily for Uyspppslri, Kidney Trouble, L Ajmnila, Ailments, Paralysis, _ nml ".AVcaJincsa in. Child- ren. Specially, vnlnahlc for nunih; moUiers Bnd-rir.rinR Ihc critical per- iods of. life. Suit! hy druggists and Ollavva, JIar. for the first tr.'o of .Afarch sliows n foiling away of S7fi as'coniyarefl wtth the Jast weeks of February. The numtcr o[ men vrlio enlisted up lo Marcli 15 wns as coinparcd with beuvcon February Uth anil 2Sllu The lotal culislnienL since, Ihe besinning of the war hee'n -iU2.- Knlisltnoiil by military districts lor the fortnight were as follows: Lori- don Toronto 525; Ottawa ;ind i Kingston 373; -Montreal 231; Quebec 73; Maritime Provinces, 323; Mani- toba 237; Saskatchewan 1S1; A Iberia DJ. British Columbia, 271-'.., GERMAN TOnPE.DO'. I SHEL'L-KENTIGH-TOWNS I Mniy lioals shcllt'dV.lpwns.'nlons the.KcnLish coast cjiriy: Sipflay did litllc ofHcial Issued loniglil. HEL'F The Jolly Jack Tars Easier April 7. a number of ladies charge of the. Lclhbridge Candy Co.'s 5tore ana. will also .have a panlry" table, ten arrrf flowers for sale. L PROCEEDS FOR SAILORS' RELIEF FUND TO REPORT TO KAISER Berlin, Mar. 15, via Sayvlllo, Jtar. Marshal von Hindcnburg lias gone to great headquarters to' make a rcfort ot Llic situation, to fimperor WllJIara.______ Prices: Oire lube, 50 tentsr six Lubes, for Ihe iiricG-of five. llona salfl to contain! hypo phosphites.: The coTnpoaltion.oC. Cassell'a 'Talj-' IcLq ia known only lo the proprietors and no Imitations can ever bo the same. Sole Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's Co., Ltd, Manchester, Eng. I TOGGERY' Can Give Satisfaction to all "Hord-to-Fits" We have styles for all fcst and bur snTesmcn know how lo fit them. We can a ISA embody style and. wear, value as v.'tH as comfort you are looking your feet to J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BLOCK. ;