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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIFTEEN i-IUDAY, MARCH 28, 1919 M1LAD1 ItM i. THE COURIER Lies ibe bright courier, Start iu Iho kne. News ho lias broURht to ui is alula. i Far to Ihe south ot us Trlumiihed the sprias; Keiu her ewltt Sapi'hlre ol wing. Hearing the word to us Northward he sped, Kloiv his long Maralhou, Then hi; dropped dead. ill Iho York Sun. e PERSONAL Q ff ff o v Mrs. V. Utclclier left yesterday ittmiuou for a sborl visit lo Calgary. Miss Sase left loday to lake a posi- tion ill iho Kcd Uoer hospital. Hired Men on Farm !Jke Thatj I'lan Complains Kaimor Visitor Or.'iaB lu 'he fuel that a me i0l the executive of tlie Irrigation nlopmeul Association walllnt bt held. 1'resldent Marnodi umioanc- ed thai no formal would br weekly luncheon of the Board ot Trade Thursday afternoon. Tuero a sliort Intorraal discussion on tin? day, iljht saving iiroposilloii. and ailvanl-1 ace was laXen o! Ihe farmers yiiwi'iil] who wero In the cily to attend the irri- j Ration executive mec'ling ty hear their opinions on Uie fast lime i Mr I'ovrolKvu, of Raymond, said; that epeakluE as .1 tanner daylisht i saving was not of much btjnefil ar.d I not oJ much detriment. The farmers wero willing lo accept what .was hand led down. Mr. Baker.'of said that ponoaaily the fast lime made no title of difference lo him. The farm-, -tarleil operations liy ilie aim and l.y Mrs. Oroft and affected the people in regard to; family. They will mate tlirlf home In lieaMh as, though tiiej row bj II Ualearv clock, they did not so to hcJ by It. In (lie case of horses in pasture in Sen-1 Tho condition ot Miss C. Joiner-Ucmber it. was dark at iyo lu Ihe I.IHIB of Sprlr.i; Coulc'.', who recently! morning, and lliU.lliaile it difficult In j underwent a very ac-rious oiierali'ju' locitlins them. [or :iculc nppcndkiUs in the Van I Mr. Sanillialil. of found! Haarlem hosnilal, remains unc-hanscil. I [..i. detrimental in She is btill very ill. [case of liio. liircd man It was lo cct him mil an hour carlitr Milks Is visiiiu3 ill nc was ready lo quit iiy the, Mr. Tred giiry for a fc.v days. Mr. J. Mclnnci has rciurneil lo Ili3 hciiu... ul .MidnspiCT. after fiiendiai! :i tew days with his niect, Mrs. J. I. iMvk-.s lOltl Street. Mrs. William X. C. cluck. It also worked very badly in to children In settini; llicm lo school. In coming into it worked inconvenient- jj -'Mr Say. the mor- rtev C C. Mcl.aiirln. siipcrlnlendenlUist lime lo get-up of liapUst missions for Alberta, .whn nine In got to work. i recently underwent an operation at Mr. Farrow looked on Hie ilaynsht; Itochcster, Minn.. Is doiiiK splendidly, saving as the hright ot foolishness. t according to word received by Mrs. I .Mr. Shepherd said ibal ilcLaurin in Calgary. i daylight laving made no diiVercnce to him, There was a lot of here .M. S. McArthur lias rel'jruci! 'T ortumties ._.. Iroin a- visit Lu California. Miss: Amy Owen has spent the pant nlonlh In the city returned at aniway. anil If the C. I'. 11. it we had lo conform to it. Mr. Martin, later, said that tlie day- i ghi Eavinp; in fcrco lasl yt'ar affected ile ij_ A. meetings in that soins-of the ot llio wceK to her home I tile arranged lo aliens In I'orepioat, I to fast time end others by i slan- trine. There wasn't a good inSf in his aistricl. r SOCIAL EVENTi 0.-> 4 The 'flu ban is still enforced at 1 j IPonthlDii. Ixical authorilles report v v J I that Ihc prevalent lype ot the malady A mnsL pleasant btrihday parly is of a virulent form and that a greal waa held r.L the home of Mr. and Mrs. many citizens have had a hard tussle Bullock, MO 7th Street S., In honor of j Io shake off its deadly clutch. their youngest daughter. Elsies' ___ blrihiby; over Ihiny young m-uiile A f.... .v adults were in allcnilancc. The v Eiicsls sat down to a 'veil laden lalilc i v ol Ihings to cat, the flora! orations cimsislinK of while lilies ami red carr.nlions. Tho lollowing nssisled at tho supper: Sirs, rtcllock. Mrs HlarkK Mrf Wray, Vre.'Tuilocli! morning of the death nl lind Mrs. Tulluch jr. AtlfrVuppM- num- Mufratli yeslerday oi Mrs. It sanic-s wen; freely enjoyed by1' We 'hall have on SaUuday n. large (nu'e fail n: liundles ot fair.jilc loivsb. iudmling Turkish, Uisli Towels In assorted Tho iiitnillo v.ill coiitsiti from 2 lo C lowcls. ncccrdinE to (jualily, and will liu cleared at- This is a real .map, many bundles worth and DEATH Or WELL-KNOWN MAORATH LADY reached the city Ihis all present, ivilllc In Iho inlcrrals piano were giveu. 'i'he party concluded at'mid-night will] a Ulhlc ?.nji a vole of thanks lo Tluilock for the- KOiJal event. W. lirmlsliaw at 3.HO 'p.m. Death '.ras due to pncunionla which developed ahoiit a week ago wiihnul prior warniiiR. The laic Mrs. Hradshaw WAS one of Tluilock for Ihr- Koi.'ial event. most popular women i lock v.-as Ihn [eripicnl of many useful tier loss will lie keenly .fell Iho communily. Ml the ofher i i... moniiinrc nf llii> far.iilv are ill O t V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Moose Jaw. Sas.. post soid xvorlh of Saving ud Tlnift Stamps ilurmf Kcbruary. Tiic VV. Jl. S. of Wesley church held ils inonlhly incrllng ycpter- day afternoon, with a nice .iiiinlier in nncndiim'C. Alter a short business nioellni; n lieatilifijlly rendered 1 i-olo by Mrs. Jllfis Hen- rle as accompanist, a social hour wan j indulged In when nil interesting con-j test Wns on. after which delicious refreshments were nerved. numlhly meetings are very Interesting and profitable, and thu j church ladies are urged lo Join with Hip society. During tho coursu of Iho iiiislncri' meetlns Mrs. Cragf was ajiFOinled delegate lo the Prtt- vlticlal Convctilion to be held iii Oal- tiary. June 10, 11 and 12, wllh Mrs. McMakcn as nllcrmte'. There will be n moellns of Die Live Wire al-t.30 In Wesley tonlghl. A (nil attendance IB The Young Diblfl Class of the United Church will hold their monlhij uiecllng and soc- lnl at the home of Mrs. Harmon. 6tli Avfc A. luniKht al 8 o'clock. lr. Ocorse Conml of (iahprn. AtlJClta, anil Miss AWilo l.lvlna t'nrl; Jnson. of Pendant li'Orl.iile.' Mrs. Hose OranMold of llils rlly wng prfiscnt as one of llifi .The, couple >lll reside oMucir, faun Cnlicni. I and purse. Mot'a bat of waste 11 pair only of Ladies' Slrccl Oxfords, tuaile with Ni'olin role, Cuban heel In ami choi-olate. o QQ Sizes lo 5. Regular So.OO. SpCoial O.33 Iii only pairs ladies' white N'uhuck high Top made in a medium Cuhaa S'l'W 2Vi "J QQ to 4V... llesular Special 1.33 17 pairs boys' shoes, liiuchci- cul. 1 QQ SllCi 12 lo. 13Vs. Ilesular S5.CI1. Special 1.J7.J Men's Fibre Silk Hose. Mack only. All sizc'3. 1 nn Urgular f-po.clal, S pairs for loUU Men's Vo'.fce Suspenders. Specinl Hoys' Husponders. Itrownio 1'pl'cf ityli1. llfg- nlnr We. Special Hen's Medium Sox. liepilivr 1 Special. 3 pairs for l4 EVERY DAY THIS STORE WINS NEW FRIENDS- CAREFUL BUYERS WHO HAVE BEEN TAUGHT BY OHEER FORCE OF VALUES.AND QUALITIES THAT IT IS TO THEIR INTEREST TO TRADE HERE. WE GIVE YOU HONEST VALUES, COURTEOUS ATTEN- TION AND PROMPT SERVICE. Hudson Bay Tea, in Ib. packets, each Spaghetti, Van Camps, Zs, 25c; .Bull Dog Clearuer, 3 tins for............... Catsup Relish, 30c; pints........... Nabob Coffee, ground in 1 Ib. tint, each Tomatoes, 4 Fiolled Oats, 3 Ib. tacks, Robin Hood or Quaker brand, each Icing Sugar, 2 Ib. packets, each Pickles, in lins, Sour Mixed, each Swecl Mixed, csch Blue Ribbon Coffee, 2 Ib tins Lombard Plumo, 2 tins for.....................- Welsh'! Grapcladt, In tins, a pure without the skins, seed or acid crystals, 1s, each 2Sc; 2s we Lettuce, per Ib................................... Rhubarb, ner Green Onions, 3 for Rndlshes, 3 for Pipe Tomatoes, Pcr Oranges, per We Bananas, ncr Grape Fruit. 2 for 25c and 2 for............. No Charge for Drfhery, PHONE 313 PHONE 313 .15c 25c 15c 5Sc 3Bo 95c 42c Saturday Bargains in Sheets, Pillow Slips, etc., etc. A REAL SHEET BARGAIN FOR SAT'DAY fjAKUB BLEACHED yards by with Inch hem. Slrons durable. Regular prica n AC 53.50 uair. Saluiday only, pair PILLOW Irish liand with hem- stilched ends. 36 Indies long and cl.'cular. Finest Irish cambric. Hegiilar piice 13.00 pair. Sat- n JQ urday only, I'LAIX WHltE PILLOW inches. Strong clot'i for- everydsy use. Regular prico SOc pair. CQ- Saturday only, pair HUCK, READY-MADE ROI.I.BR ilichCT "i'A'yards'loaB. Hearty (or use. Regular price e.irh. Salurday Spetial, each A ciiBAPEu oiiAnE rtr THE wlilc by Ions. Regular'price 11.00 Saluruay, each m I T- Bay (jomnany ;