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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 6, 15)18 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIT.Y III^RAI.D PAGE NINE tiaining in Strength Daily Saturday, tKe biggest business day in our history. Customers appreciate the 'bargains we are offering and are buying freely for present and future needs. Why ; pay more for your summer merchandise when you can buy now at a fraction of wh^t yoii will pay later. Look Over the List for Tuesday Splendid Huck Towels, each - - 20c Pure Linen. Tabling at per yard $1.00 Only 50 yards to sell at this price. 40 inch Apron Gingham, per yard 19c 17 inch Turkish Toweling, yard - 21c 34 inch Stripe Flannelette, yard - 19c 42 inch Pillow Tubing, yard - r - 32c 8;4 Heavy Sheeting, at per yard S8c -Worth 75c 26 inch Grey Flannel Shirting, yd. 31c 28 inch AU Wool Kimona Delaine, 48c NOTE: A few more CREPES, GINGHAMS and FOULARDS. Less than half price. For Tuesday's selling St  � : >: �: >   ! �  18c 38 inch Poplin Dress Goods, yard 36c / A Liniilod Quantity. Women's Stylish Tweed Skirts, each. only ... ,... ...... ,.... $4.65 "Worth ?;7.no. Ladies' Fine Crepe de Chine Waists, at.......'.......... $2.95 Regular $5.00 Vahiea. Ladies' Fine White Night Gowns - 69c  � Hegular $1.00 Liiios. 11 "KILL M DOGS" IS BONG COIOEREB 36 inch Silk Crepe for Dresses and -Blouses, per yard ,..... ... 73c 36^ inch Crepe de Chine, all colors, per yard ... ... ... . . $1.25 46 inch Wool Gaberdine Dress Goods, . brown, blue, green ..... . $1.78 36 inch Shot Taffeta Silks, yard $1.69 40 inch Finest Wa^sh Cotton Voiles, yfliJ^d � [,�; L�.�>] ! >] > * 49c- 4 ONLY, LADIES' CLOTH SUITS . '  Sizes 18-3G-38 Only Clearing Out Tuesday Morning, Each $6.95 You Save on all You Buy! 15 PER CENT OFF aU Coats and Suits not specially advertised. 10 PER CENT OFF all other lines not advertised. No matter what you buy you cannot miss the discount. Boys' Summer Combinations, each 80c Boys'Cotton Wash Suits, each - $1.39 40c White Cotton Ribbed Vests, 25c $1.00 Ladies' Combinations, only 75c Girls' Gingham Dresses, each - $1.00 Another Corset Bargain 10 only, High Grade Corsets, sizes 18-19-20 only. Clearing Tuesday, at per pair........69c The Simpson Co., Limited o'.ul iii;Niiuton*itlj. Imr liiisl),v,i(i. !Mr. and. Mrs, Ciei). li, MarKay, i McHsr.s. George iMorriM inul Arlliur; HIglnbotham returned l;i ;i niKlii from a I'our (lays motor'trip ui lianir. Mr. W. U. Seattle, lormfriy of tl.is clly, was a motor giicsi ii\,in IV.uil'r. of Mr. Geo. li. Maokay. I-ondon. .May 1. 'i'oli'Krams nsciMV-I'll in Znricli rppnri tlio ((mtiniuuicc 111' vl!)|i'nl, figlilini? in ICicv ln'tAvccn i rl is:ilis of tin* oU\ j^iivcrnnu'nt ,,, , , , . . ! ilui^jc (it llic iii.'w iKiiiMant Kiiviu nnii-'nt. ll.m' JJIslmpi. of lnl)on:ulos,r Siinall diildren. | I'roni Kiev liy ntitllun: tlvi: m'Hti.'r.s and five Iji'otlier.s,'d'-Ncrilie I nr.; left to inbiirn luu" loss. Tliree kIs-' "Vi'ltlirow o( lei'.s- Mrs. J. (Iiisj).) Mi)rf,'an. .Mrs. J. ('�eorBe Harper, and AlisK lOdna Davy, il.^i) Mvo hrotliers Arclilliald and Annus, reside iiero. Tlicre is also ii stpp-Ijroflier. Air. Fred Uav.v of Tre.seoit. Ont. .Mrs. Hisliopi) was a nienihur of i ilnireli. Her remains later. Tlie funeral Overthrow Government Anislerdani. .Vlay -1. -.\ v.ay (,)f lierliii pnrjHM-i^t e evelit.s altendini; I lie the UUriiinian govern-ineiit. I'.. .Hays ii nieetlng of several ilumsniid peasants from the entlreell re a year. Detroll. :\lieh.. � idiiiK for ahoul The most important of tliese metuiimsi ,i,ihy passed a resolution eallinB 1'or the overthrow of the government, the clos-iUK of the central radii, the cuneella- .' poses, as one ninetieth of the iioim ! lalioii of llie Uritisli Isles, anpiiosiiu' : everylhliiK they eat is fit for human I food. It Is understood thn cotnmii i lee Intends to recommend a large re . .Iiietioii in till! number of dogs that lone iiersoii he entitled to retain one j doj; and the surplus mtlst lie done away with. Already owners of do.^s , 't� > > ? ? o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES . ari-visiting their homes in the city this week. Among them wer,. Troopers Hennel'ather, Irwin. Kemni. Duns-worth, Hudson, Hummi.'i-s. Fairluirsi and Xelson. Mr. Hamilton Urodie. a medical student at il ivorsity was successful Ing subjects: , Class wh.o has been le .\lberta ruin the follow--II, chemistry; Ottawa,'iMay i:-The following let-tor spoakliig in the )iJgliost- terms of ilio work wHicli liUB boeil done by the 'Gim&aiHn Fprestry ,(}prpH', \Vaa re-eelvdd'by SlrKd\vard Ktfmji, oyorseasi Minister of Alilltin, I'roiji J.ord 0orb,v and forwarded by-him to' Sir IlolJert' Vordon; 'Dear Sir 13dward; "I Btu writing you 'ihls letter to lot you know, on behalf of His Maj-! osly'3 (.!ovei'nnion(, how warmly they ;^pproc(nti; lUy splondld w'ork done Wf th(^ ^Cttu^itiinn ' li'orestry Corps in conuoction with the urgoilt demand which ;wu8 rooelvod-111 Fobruury last for fouty thousand tons of timber tp iio sent to tiiti front. This was tin liu-expected vdonumd'mid- it Iwhh retineat-0.4 that ftollvery should bo complete not ,later t))(in March fi 81; Shipment was cbmm6ncud from February 10, und the wthole order v^al complotnd on March L'(|, cloven days ahead or tho suou'll'lfid tluio. . �.- .is , .. > "1 am ;informoil tlial'this satlsCau-lory result Is mainly td, Jiii .'attrlltutod to the' oilevjiy put into tlfcyworlt of liroductlon by the Oanailian Foreslry Corps, who supplied-� til)\iosg' titai) tlilriy four thousand loiiB of the total. When the.corps uhilerstobd,-'that Mil was an ohlprof urgeixcy. atnl,t^al,'tl(o inalorlal was' roijulred'.ftr the ;fijout, many of the companlos volnntartljr workod hours without any extra iiay, some of thoni doing as much as Oil hours a week, Thoy wore at work during, tho whole of the Easter holidays, so that had any further demand been made at that time il would have boon possible to deal with it, ."It is as you are no doubt aware largely dne to  the operations of tlio iintl^ ofihiB eqrp.a la France .Uiat Wj3 have', \^tli' tho exceplio.n ol cudden and. unforeseen' domandg; autih lis the present one, practically stoppBd- thp shipment of Britlsh-growu Unibor to France, thus saving 'cross chap.nel tonnage; ' whilo: we are also enabled to aa.vo i:ho shipment of forBii;n- timber^ by hixving. tho production of the li'-jvps in ISngland to inoet ihrj various national demands. . "1 hope that tliQ Canadian Forestry Corps will realize tho real gratitude which we feel for their admirable work and for the spirit which they liavo shown tlirouBhout in / sparing no exertlous whenever an opoi'tiinity has been afforded thorn of assisting the fighting ineu at the front, "Youra aliuiorely, , (SlgnodJ "DliJRHY.'' CEYLON CONSIDERS 1 QUESTION MAN POWER Colombo, May 6^-(Via nbutar's Ottawa Agency)-"the' Ceylon govern-inoni has. rorjiiOHtort tli.e chamber of I'oiiimorco and Uie plaiilor'tt asHoeta-llon to cmiBldBr-what further Furtip-'ean man po^er can bo.spared. The govornmont considers that every man ,botwoeii IH) !imV.40 should be with Iho 'flghliug forces iinless tl|� gtvernuaent tiooldes that his preaont.work is laAtu-poiisabla t� the empire. i.MR6. POTTER PALIVIER DEAD. Sarasota,.Florida, May (1.-Mrs, Poller I'alnier of C'li'uago is dead at her , wliittr humo here. 15LAIKM0RE (I'Vcim Our Own I'orie.spondcnt) Ulairmore, May :i.-A party of five went to Cowley Saturday evening to hear Oapl. "Bob" Voarsou. They were all well repaid for taking the trip, although Ihpir auto broke down near Utirmis on their way liaek about mld-niglil. An S.O.S. call to Blairnioro liionght relief and all gut hbino about 3,01) a.ni, Sunday afternoon at 11.00 p.m.,the .V.O.CF. J^odge, No.  (iK, Blairmore, held their anniversary services in the Union Cliurcli. A iiiimhor' were present from llelluvue Lodge;. About;-10 Oddfellows wore in the march tovjthe church, riov. .Mr. Fulton preached the sermon, much to the pleasure and edification of all proiient. In the ever uing of; the same iluy the U'ellevuo 1.0.0.F. Lodge held their anniversary services. Itevi Peters, of. the local church, preached. A number of the Ulairmore Oddfellows were iirosont at this service. Sunday evening Rov.  Fiillim lireached his last, sermon lo the Union congregalion hero. On Tuesday evening a.mooting was called of the Union cungresatlon and proaBUted ItBV. Fulton wilh a purse of, some value. Mra." \V. '.1. HarUott made the presonlallon  wilh niiiclT rBllcily of e.\pro;�ioii. JtBv. Fulloii very'fittingly ain! feolliVgly replied. A ooiiBidorable nnmbpr' of those present oxpresiied tltelr'Boi'ow -In Mr; , Fiilton 'leaving. Rev. Fulttin left � for 'Toronto on Tliuriiday evening. ; .Dr. Baker hUs ; cpmo . bftok to. the sanitarium again. Fills sister, Mrs. Wrlglil, of jodio, > N^'esl Va., acdoni-panlod lilnv Mrs. Wright (Mlas Lucy liakor) formerly dwelt In town for years ago and hoiisu for he ZbiQ Meek in the (Zit^ Churches Ui Knox-.Monday ievciiing T:r!0, Hoy Scouts meet in iliwvpsiry;-7::ia, CO." l.T. meet in ilm sclipol room. Friday ; evening, choir jiiucticc. Wesley-.Monday evening ,S:Oii. A Grand council fire will bo given by tlio Camiitire (iirls. Tuesday evening 7:.'!0.1!oy Scotils; .S:I5, monthly mteting of the uWieiai board. \\'e(i-nesdny eveuiiif,', �.S:iii),\Voekly prayer { mecLing. Thursday" uveniiig ,S;Oi>, ' Clioir practice. United - .Momiiiy evening S:(IIJ, Cliristiau' ICndeavor msels in churcdi' 'i'uesduy evening S:00, meeting of Quarterly official huard of ilie church in tho Cnited diiirch hall; Adult Mi-j ble .cktss social at .Mr. Byron's. KSi:; atli Avenue .N'orth. Wednesday evening, prayer service. .-Thursday afternoon 2:o0, Ladies' Aid meets in Uie hall. St. Cyprians-.Monday evening 7;",0, Boys' club me.liiig. Tuesday evening (i;;iO, Jimior .\u.\iliary; iiCOO. Intercession service', teaclier's' meeting after intercession s(M--.'i((!. Tliursilay afternoon ;i:;iO, Women's Auxiliary. St. Auaustlne's-.\loiiday evening 7;30, Boys' association; S:UO, W. A. annual meeting. 'I'uesday evening S:;iO, Sunday school teachers. Wednesday eveni.u.i; S:00. Intercession service. Tlnir,si!.-iy. Ascejision Day, 7:30 and iO:;!0, Holy Communion. St. Mary's-'i'uesday evening, teachers' meeting in St. .'Vugustine's. Wed-iiosilay evening 7:1,1, Boy Scouts in tho VVestminster gymnaaium. Thursday evening .s':oO. G. A. Friday afternoon l:l,"i, .1. \V. A. Friday evening S:00,lnlorcessii;ii service; S::iO, Choir practice. Siitiirday ;5:00,Wok' Cu'os. Baptist-Monday evening ,S:Oo, Canadian Girls in Ti'aining. Wednesday evening. United prayer setvIco Willi tlie Christian church, Thursday afternoon, ;!:00. regular ineetlng of the Ladies' Aid.. 'I'luirsday evening 8:30, choir practice in tho church. . L,D,S.-Tiieadiiy aftornoon.jinoeting in the L.H.H. cliiircli, subject; "Theology and Testimony" Christian Science-Regtilar weekly testimony meeting on Wednesday at ^8:00 p.m. � Christian-Special revival meeting every evening except Saturday evening. Tlie girls of the I'rotlieop class are i'eipiesled to liriiif; in all Red Cross work tonight, wliullier finiliiMl or uu-f iiiislied, m m m Tlie History and Cttrreui Kvonts De-' jiartrnent of the .Mulhrsis Club will meet toniori'ow ariernoon at the homo of Mrs. Liviiigstoiic ' at -112. Xlh St. south. ' - .\t the recent'Baby Welfare Sessions ;\lr. Frank lledlcy pruseiited each baby under ..three nioiitha of age witii il iirelly birthday book. . ' ** *  All llu). convenors ;uul their com-i mittees ,of th^^^Giris Auxiliary will meet fpniorrbw;eveiiini,' at 7.:i(l at tlie home of Jlrs..' Beiinefathor at the' liairackH. .\ll other interested members arc wei(;onie. r. � ,Jr �Next Friday, May 10. the Girls' Anxiliarv are lioldiug a card iitirly in lire, S. d, ]:. hall. The tickets can be obtained from the members and Ihosi^ wj.shiiig liildo.'j re.servcd can do so b.v liiioning .Miss -Maris. ' * * A olosing e:>liibitioii of dancing will| I'.i? given' by .Miss At tree next Friday afternoon at a iiuarter to fi in the. Y. M. (.'. A. gyiiiiia.siiuii. The |)ro-eeeds will- be given to the L. C. W. for, nay in child welfan:. The Local Council of Women wish to thank the following for their liotp ill the Baby Welfure: 'i'lie Clergy. Doctors. Xurses .Misses 'Monre, Cook and Miss Hainiy and other.s taking part ill program; the board of managers of Wesley Church and Sunday school; the Y. M. C. A; Lctlibridge Iferaid; .LethlirUlge Telegram; seliool principals , and teacIo-'rH: Auto Club and those who loaned aulos; Big Sisters (:lass of Knox Church; Bawdoii Bros.; 'J. D. IlLgliibolham & Cii.; Frank It'ediey Co.; Consuuiprs Hardware; Hick-S(dil; Rod Cross Drug and lliibliCo.; Terrill Floral Co.; IMrs. :Masoii; Mrs. Shaw; Mrs. Cornell; .Miss.'Marjoi'^ie Martin. lion of the constituent assembly convoked for May li;, and the abandonment >>( land socialization. General Skoroiiauski, the descend-anit of an old hot man of the Gossuck reimhiic. was proclaimed lictmaii. He immediately piorceded lo the Sfinaro In front of the Sophia (.'athedral and was cer.-government against creating a d'k Issue which, he predicts, will be no by iiioi-e tiiireasoiiahle opposition th;. If British liberties were cndangere declaring lhat Walter Long fonnil ti., ciit'orcinK of dog nni/,;iliiig more di; cult tliaii i;overiiiiig Ireland. 'v'.; SAVE THE BABIESI eral members of the old governmeu'. recentl.v reported as having been af fected by the C'Crinan military author-itien had nnthiiig to do with the rcvo lulion. , "i Hi STOP! STOP! $5,000.00WORTH OF.LADIES' WEAR, THE ( BALANCE OF THE ^ RDYm 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 NEXT. Watch (or Further Particulars and 'I'hn Sir Alexander Gall Chapter I. O. n. K; were �well satisfied with the result of tliolrTag Day on' Saturday liist. The weather was perfect and I tho taggers were received kindly. The piibljc responded generously, the small boy.s.'and'girl.s with their coppers,'then the larger-donationsaiid n cheque for $25.01)'from a generous citizen,: all helped to fill tho boxes and delight tlie taggers. Amount received from sale of lags. $Slih'.;U; expenses, rllibon $10,02, pihs 70r',' printing (11 boxes'-ILijO, total $12.22-;'..'- Not proceeds ?S54.0n. Tho chapter wish particiilnrly, to thank the Herald for tho publicity.'giv.enthfj.jag Day and a receipted bijlfpi: the advertising. brother, Dr. Baker, her many friends were jiloaseil to see her agali- Mrs. Wright rolurufid io Jodie, West Va., on' Tliursday evening. She will call on friends in Winnipeg and, Chicago ofi tlio way. A.'C. iNewcoinbe, organister of the -Milltiiry Y.M.CA, is in this ilislricl thl.s weel;. il(> lia;-j along witii liiiu Sub. Lt. Hall, R.N.V.P. of tl.M.S. "�Rroke" Tliuy held meetings in Cole-inn 11 on 'l''liursilay ovvuing at 7.:iO 11. m.- and at Ulairniorn at il.OO p.m., ably hs,slsted by ("apt. Ilnnl of Frank Sanitarium. A good impression Avas made liy these guullemen and a good response will bo made by tho people of the I^lsk town^ 'for tills very imporlaiit work, These genlloinou. are In Belleviio lo-iiight, '  Bad Wind S1;orm. Just as, we aro writing a telojihone message .cam'.) -that the Catlibllc Church af Frank was blown down ahi)ut 9.8(Ji this evening. A 'windslorm passed ovoi' thei(toiv4i,..wi(.h soiiwruln when the damago was done. Wo hear of uo other bulldi-ss belue Jnlm-aJ. For low prices 'and A 1 quality, this Clearance Sale vkIII have anything backed off the map that has ever taken place in Leth-bridpe. Remember-the goods are in no way damaged but all in A 1 order. You will find sijch standards ^s "Kayser" Hptlery ajid Perrln Gloves, Queen Quality wear.ing-apparel, etc. WAIT More Particulars Tomorrow. WAIT Modern Conveniences] in - '^^1 ^^^Qiel^ural Homes Toilet Gonvenience The Unsanitary Outhouse Is Doomed No water renuirod In (his ffpo Toilot, no foul odors, no disease germs, no, repairs, no pajl, pr septic, tank to (.'inpty. Rasy to instaU, calls tor care only twice a yetjr,-cheap to lualiitain. ,  Approved by Caimdian and American IlealtU Boards., Guaranteed fully by the �Manutacturera, If, not-as represented, your money back, after six mppthf) trial.' Adapted, in Ctinada and United States, by Schools, Factorlesi, Homes, Churches, Hotels, pool" halls, lodge halls, and every class of bulldiuu.ift unsewered localities. WRITE FOR BOOKLET, and obtain filll in-' form:i,tion in respect to tUla much needed sanitary iloi)vonIouco in Alberta. The Kaustime & General Supply Company Limited : Distributors for Alberta and 8. C. P. 0. Box 19Q Uethhrldaei Alberta' 81 ;