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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY Gaining in Strength Daily tKe biggest business clay in our Customers appreciate th2 bargains we are offering and are buying freely for present and future Why pay more for your summer merchandise when you can buy now at a fraction of what yoii will pay Look Over the List for Tuesday Splendid Huck each 20c Pure Linen Tabling at per yard Only 50 yards to sell at this 40 inch Apron per yard 19c 17 inch Turkish yard 21c 34 inch Stripe yard 19c 42 inch fillow yard 32c Heavy at per yard 58c Worth 75c 26 inch Grey Flannel 31c 28 inch All Wool Kimona 48c NOTE A lew more GING HAMS and Less than half For selling at 36 inch Silk Crepe for Dresses and Crepei de all colors peijfard 46 inch Wool Gaberdine Dress green 36 inch Shot Taffeta yard 40 inch Finest Wash Cotton 4 LADIES CLOTH SUITS Sizes 183G38 Only Clearing Out Tuesday Each 38 inch Poplin Dress yard 36c A Limited Womens Stylish Tweed only Worth Ladies Fine Crepe de Chine Regular Ladies Fine White Night Gowns 69c Regular You Save on all You Buy 15 PER OFF all Coats and Suits not specially 10 PER OFF all other lines not No matter what you buy you cannot miss the Boys Summer each 80c Boys Cotton Wash each 40c White Cotton Ribbed 25c Ladies only 75c Girls Gingham each Another Corset Bargain 10 High Grade sizes 181920 Clearing Tues at per TL i j 1 he oimpson Limited foUowlng let tor speaking in the Highest terms of the work Iras been done the Canfidlftn Forestry re ceivedby Sir Edward overseas Minister of from Lord and forwarded byhim to Sir Robert Uordon Dear Sir fid ward I am writing you letter to lot you on behalf of Ills Maj estys how warmly they the aplondid Work done fey Forestry Corpa In connection with the urgent demand which WHS receivedIn February last for fouty thousand tons o timber tp be sent to the This was an un expected andIt WHS request ej that Delivery should he not tjjan March tfl Shipiiuvit was commenced from Pepruary iinil the whole order completed on March ebaven days ahead of the specified I am informed thatthis satisfac tory result la mainly U to Ihe energy put into lhevwbrlt of production by the Canadian Forestry who supplied IIP leas titan thirty four thousand tons of the When the corps uiidprtjiood tnat it was un order of the material was required for the many of tho companies worked hours without any extra dome of them doing us much as JO hours a They were at work the whole ot the Master holi so that had any further de mand been made at that time it would have boon possible to deal with It is you are no doubt aware largely dne to the operations of the of this corps in France that we have the exception ot tuiicleu unforeseen such as the present practically the shipment of Britishgrown timber to saving cross channel tonnage are also enabled to says tho shipment of foreign tim ber hy saving the production of the cjppa in lOngluml to meet tho varioas national 1 hope that Canadian Forestry Corps will realize the real gratitude which we feel for their admirable work and for the spirit which they have shown throughout in sparing no exertions whenever an Qperttinity has been afforded thorn of assisting the fighting men at the Yours SlgnedJ CEYLON CONSIDERS QUESTION MAN POWER May tawa Agency Via Renters Ot Ceylon govern ment has requested the chamber of commerce and the planters associa tion to consider what further Kurop ean man power can be The government considers every man between 20 should be with the fighting forces unless tlw nvvrniueiil ills present work is the POTTER PALMER May Pot ter Palmer of Chuago la dead at her wlutOr home PAGE NINE LADI PHONE T 224 THE PEASANTS OF PERSONAL iiid i 1 spent the wisok hor and George Moriin Hlglnhotham returned last from a four days trip to t t formerly o this was a guest from ot ajjd two sons of Card ston yesterday to their homo Bfter a Miss Leah Yoking who com pleted the Normal School coursn in hasreturned to the of was a visitor and nard on Kaump and family from Travels have berm visitors for the weekend with Harold Thorn left on I class ehcrnislry class physics Telegrams receiv O j class cd in report the continuance Thesad was received yeslerf fighting day of death of Edwin Ar thur Blshopp of youngest daughterof Prior to her marriage Blshopp taught on the KILL THE DOGS IS II lr aiid stil In Kiev between j partisans of the old governimnt and I those of the new peasant i tho Kxchange Telegraph corrcspnnd isit at Zurich Overthrow Government A telegram HIM from Kiev hy nay of Merlin purporls May Mall and Kmpire With between four and fivo million dogs In United King doni on two and a half million of which the owners are paying liiiiise axes the of their rationing and the extinction of a certain age is occupying the attention ot governmentIn the coinmiiiecs n port which shortly will bo forHinmii it is estimated that the dog consumes food equal to half a iniHion counting for rationing pur as one ninetieth of the pnpu three small mother five iJisters and five brothers dnscribis the events attending tho I ation the British supposing fn loss Three sis overthrow of tho Ukrainian govern everything they eat is for human to tnbiirn hoi Three sih and Kdna also two Archibald and An reside There is also a step Fred Davy of Dlshopp was a member of CypriaiiH Her remains will heburled here funeral services were held in where she has been re a A ty fy siding for about I says a meeting of several thousand peasants from entire j Ukraine took place on April at which diHconlent with the entire pol icy of Uio government found expres sion in more or less incisive The most important of meetings passed a resolution calling for thn ft Is understood the commit lee Intends to recommend a large re In the number of dogs that one person be entitled to retain one dog and Ihe surplus must bo away Already owners of dosn show great alarm and many are giv ing the animals lei friends and se CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES for Toronto to join tin Uoyal Flying Miss formerly n teacher on the Lethbrldge was a week end visitor in the Ingram has gone to Sim dial to visit her Quite a number of the lioys who enlisted in the are visiting their homes in the city this Among them were Troopers Duns Kailburnt and ill A Hamilton who has been a medical student at the Alberta In iverslty was successful in the follow chemistry The girln of the 1rotheon class are overthrow of the tb clos1 hoping thus to avoid their rir entral tho cancellaj Waller thn great est breeder of bull dogs including Rod ney has already destroyed two of his entire A writu In the Sunday Chronicle warns hip of the tton of Ihe constituent assembly con voked for May and the abandon ment of land General thn descend ant of an old hotman of the Cossack was proclaimed immediately proceeded to the Hanaro in front of the Kophia Cathedral and was ceremoniously consecrated by Ihe requested to in all lied Cross The at first weakly pro work whotbor fiiiKhud or un The History and Kvonts De partmont of tho MiithpfiisClub will meet tomorrow altfjrmwn at the liomo of LivingHtmie at 8th At receiHBaby Welfare Sossions ing subjects Class BLAIRMORE OYcmi Our Own Conespondcnt May party of five went to Cowley Saturday evening to hear Bob They were all well repaid for taking the although their auto broke down near Burmis on their way back about mid An call to Blairmore brought relief and all got home about Sunday afternoon at tho held their anniversary services In the Union A number were pres ent from lielluvue Aboul 10 Oddfellows were in the murcli tortile Fulton preached the much to the pleasure and edlflcRtiou of all In tho eve ning off the same day the Hellevuo Lodge held their anniversary llevi the local A number of tho Hlairmore Oddfellows were present at this Sunday evening Fulton preached his sermon to tho Union congregation On Tuesday evening was called of the Union congregation ami presentud Kulioii with a purse of some Hurtjett made thn presentation with much felicity of hulton vmy tltjing ly feujlngly A number of those present their sorow In Pulton leaving KultOli left for Toronto pn Thursday linker bus cojnu buck the sanitarium Fjis Mrs of West puiiied hinv Wright Miss Lucj Uuker formerly dwelt In town for years ago and Cburches Frank Ileclley presented each baby months of age with a pretty convenors and their com mittees QlrlH Auxiliary will i meet at thn j home of Pennefather the All mumj beis are tncted by government troops routlnu ed to sit it yielded when the troops were persuaded to retire for the Hake of avoiding Apart from some minor fighting which claimed M few rev olution passed off May 1 also passed quietly throughout the The lelgram addsthatarrest of sev against creating a issue will he nir by more opposition If tlritish librrlies were dRclaring thai Waller Long found enforcing of dog miiKiiling more cult than SAVE THE BABIE8I oral of the old recently reported as having been af footed by the German military author ities had nothing to do with the rovo 1 May Girls Boy Scouts meet in meet in the school Friday j purl choir Wesley Monday evening Auxiliary holding a card party in I K hail The tickets can be fromthe members and can do so by phoning Miss A oxhibition of dancing will be givenby Miss Attrennext Friday afternoon at a quarter to 5 in the 1 The pro ceeds willbe given to the use in child The Local Council of Women wish to thank the following for their help in the Baby Tho Nurses Misses Cook arid Dainty and others taking in program the board of man A evening rsday prayer BrbSi ay evening j Grand council fire will be given by Campfire Tuesday even Scouts monthly nuating of Wed Tliui Choir United Monday evening Christian Kmleavor insets in churclrT Tuesday evening meeting of Quarterly olficiiil board of the church in tho Lnlted clinrch hall Adult Bi ble social at 1S1I 5th Avenue Wednesday even agers of Wesley Church and Sunday school1 the Lethbridge Telegrarn school principals teachers Auto Club and those wholoaned autos Big Sis ters class of Knox Church Bawden Higlnbbtlium Frank HriiUey Consumers Hanl waro HickSehl Rdd Cross Drug and Uobk Tenill iflDral Mason Shaw Cornell The Sir Aloxander Chapter I E were well satisfied with the result of theirTag Day on f after The weather was perfect and bl the taggers wore received Thn public responded the small and girls with their cop then the largerdonationsand a cheque for from ai generous cit helped to fill the boxes and delight the Amount receiv ed from sale of rrbboh pins 7QxV printing total pro coeds The chapter wish particularly to thank the Herald for the Day and receipted the noon Ladies Aid meets in the evening Boys club Tuesday evening Junior Auxiliary Interces sion service teachers meeting after intercession Thursday after noon Womens evening Boys association annual Tuesday evening Sunday school Wed nesday evening Intercession ser Ascension and Holy teach ers meeting in Wed nesday evening 7 Boy Scouts in the Westminster Thurs day evening after noon 1 evening service Choir Saturday evening Can adian Girls ia Wednesday United prayer atrvico with the Christian Thursday af regular meeting of the Laillus Thursday evening choir practice in the in tho subject Theo logy and Testimony Christian weekly testimony meeting on Wednesday at revival meeting every evening except Saturday even her many friends were pleased to sno her Wright returned to West onThursday She will call on friends in Winnipeg and Chicago on tho organizer of the is in this district this lie along with him of Broke1 Thay held meetings in man on Thursday ut and at llluirmorn at ably nsslstcd by Hunt of Frank good impression was made by these guntlemuo and a good response will be made by the people of the Pass townp for this very important These gentlemen are in Bellevue Bad Wind Just wo aru writing a telephone message that the Catholi Church at Frank was blown down about this 4 wind slorm passed over wilh sonwraiii when the damage was We hear house lor her uf U other buims STOP STOP JlUl J1V1 WORTH THE BALANCE OF THE J ROYAL STORE STOCK Has been purchased at a rate on the Dollar and will be turned over to the public at Astounding Reductions THREE DAYS COMMENCING THURSDAY Watch for Further Particulars and Wait For Ihis Sale For low pribes and A 1 this Clearance Sale will have anything backed off the map that hat ever taken place in Leth are in no way damaged but at In A 1 You will find such standards M Kayser Hosiery and Perrin Queen Quality wearing WAIT More Particulars WAIT D a Rural Homes The Approved Waterless Toilet Convenience The Unsanitary Outhouse U Doomed No water renulreU in thlw no foul no disease no no pr tttnk to Easy to calls for care only twice a to Approved by Capudian and American Health Ijnoranteoil fully liy the not repre your inonuy atter six inpuths trial Adapted In CJanuda and United by pool lodge ami every class ift unsewored WRITE and obtain full in formation iu respect to this much needed sanitary lonvonlouco in The Kaustime General Supply Company Limited Distributors for Alberta and Box 190 Alberta ;