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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' WEDNESDAY. MAY �. 1018 Thn Vetciftiis will k'vo ri rniioovt In llio Mnjuatlo 'nioatri' i^iiiidny cvo-nfHK niidcj' tlio (tirnctloii of hv.n. M. Co(;m))h. (Himiuoiu'liiK iit !i sliarp. Till! ronsorvutory ori'lKiHtra uiidRr ,1. C,. liaipiT, will liH In altetidanco. Sllvi>r coUsotlon will Ijo liiUen. Tin-following ;� I he pi'oitriiMi: March-"I'rlBBts' MiivlIi." from �'Alhalln"; Menilolsolui- CoiiHurva-toiy Orchestra. \'oi'al arilci..... 'I'll'? Vnlfirnii"-t--"BarcaroUe," "Tains of llorcnian"; Ol'fcnbach-'MIb:^ Alico Sinun anil Mr. Ct. K. FIcnilnR. l.ailloH' chorus-"Water l.lllics'; �ncl pod Liver lind Beef Peptones, Iron " and ManganoaePeptonatcD, Iron and ' Ammonium Citrate, L.ime and Soda Glycarophaaphatoii, Catcaria, Those who have puny, ailing or run-down children or aged parents may jjrove this at our expense. Besides the good it does children and the aged there is nothing lil-.e Vinol to restore strength and vitality to weak, nervous v/omcn and ovcr-tvorted, run-dovm inen. .Try it. If yo'4 are not entirely sat-Itiied, we will return your mon-iy without question; that proves our .'airncss and your protection. Millions of people have been convinced thir. .vay. J. ,,0. HIQINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Drugnists, LethbridQe Also at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. I The appointment of Williiini Henry Irwtii iiM police niaglstrale, which was at I'IrsI, ot a temporary character, has lu'w liCDii made purnianenl. and Is so tcaxolted in the Alliorta Qazetto. :i y of which hun just conn- lo hand. The saiiie (Jazoll.b couliilns the riotice 01' I). II. KItonIs resignation from the position, OH,IECTION FAUMERS NOT WELL FOUNDED Windsor, Ont., May ^8.-Tliaf, llie ohjc(!llon of lOasex tanners to the diMfthiK of all unmarried tiirniers and farm laborers between the ago.s of L'li itnd 22 .1h not. well founded, was ile-(dareil-yoHtorday by .ludKe SiniUi. chairman of one of the tribiinal.i. l''ar-m'qrs in the border county are not short, of help, he said, and to bacii np his assertion polnfed to llie fact tliat scores .of boys . wbo had volunlecrcd I to serve on farms for the sninmer ] months have been unable to find positions. I AUSTRIAN SITUATION-IS GREATLY STRAINED mi PACE NINE London'i May 7.-The latcct separatist program In Austria, according to a despatcti to The Daily Mail from The Hague, quoting a despatch from Vienna, Is to c reate a state to be named Gre.ator Moravia which would include Silesia and the Slovene of Hunpary, wltl^ the capital at 01-muti-, Vienna newspapers of Saturday received at the Hague, it is added, show that the internal slt-Uiitlon In Austria-Hungary .is greatly strained. NO CE! of the of the WILL COMMENCE ON Tuesdey Next, May 14th AND NOT THURSDAY AS ANNOUNCED YESTER- DAY It will be an eyeopener for bargains. FRANK WADDINGTON I ', ', 1.-'*) Auction Sale WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS frida) M, May Iflth AT 2.30 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL, AS ABOVE. A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD , And ofteelB includlnB; IliindBomo dlninB suite In fumed oak, comvrlHinK buffet, louiul oxtonHlon table and sot of (i chairs; hoau-Mful brass hod and sprluKB with mnltress; whito enamel brass iiioiinted bed, coniplcto; onU buffet, with hovelled mirror; Morris chair; extending dlniuK table; LARGE DOUBLE Vi/ARDROBE; sot of 4 tumod oak diners; nvaliogrtny and oak roclcoi*; mahoKany corjinr chair; oak drnssorn; kitchen tublea; occasional tablen; upliplstorcd arm chair; two' colluiislble baby buggies; Wicker huBKy; very HANDSOME WILTON RUG, orlelital coiors, Usilj AXMINSTER RUG, !lxl2; Slngw Sowing Machine In A I �rd�r;' Canadn'R Pride Uas Range with side oven; iMkU aumfrmn smn1l*r Items, I TERMS CA9H GOODS ON VIEW THUMDAV, 7.30 TO 9.00 PHONE 770 V o : * ; ; > > ? ? PEACE. .% .;. .;. .J. ^, .J, .J, .;. .;. .j I-'ence. i!onio not Willi de.ath drmtis | bcatliiK. Hearts! bowed low, nor sad, nor bleeding. .Nor ilnipcil en.^dgns, slireddiMl, I railing. Coffins hiding dead ni/llion.'f cliiy. N'atiinis kneeling, monnifnl, dreury, Conio lint loss, with arms reversed, .N'ot wllii deatli words and lomh-' stones, versed: Bnt with .sky-lurks' son.^s tear away Desponding sadness, for briglit day Hath come to stay, and anthem notes In minster's pile, and oarth's best poets And choirs sublime with music sweet. To usher in a different time. -J. H. VOII.N'G, Foremost. * * >{ f : > : > ? ? ? PERSONAL > ^. .;. ,;. > > > C> > �> Mr. U. Rock, formerly ot the Merchants Hank staff here, spent a few hours in tiie city on .Sni'day on hi.s way to Vancouver to join the artillery. * � � .Miss Hilda Dixon, of the Gab lios-piuil nnrsins staff, is siifforing from an attack ot scarlet fever. m � m Mrs. A. Alpnin left yesterday for a we�'k's visit to Calgary. * * � :\Ir. Geo. Watson, who has been teaching near .Milk River, came into the city yesterday and intends joining up with the flying corps, r * Mr. fieorge Wliite. of Meiilcine llat, is in the city for ii short time, *f � Mr. and Mrs. W. A. .ioliiison and family, of Windsor, Out., have arrived ill the cily and will spend several months hero, as guests of Mrs. .John son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .loseph Davidson. * * * . Jlr. .r. Kerr, formerly of Wright's Jewelry store has gone to Calgary to enlist. * � � � Mrs. J. R. Stewart had as her guest! last week. Miss Mitchell, travelling | aocrctary of the W. M. S. I * - . I .Mrs. W. Gallagher, of Calgary, is | a l.olhbrldge visitor for a couple of weeks. * ^� A. W. Ilieks, of Lethbridge, is spending the week-end in the city on a business trip. The Daily News. Jloo.so Jaw. : SOCIAL EVENTS ? 4 � C c o The Adult Bible Class of the United Clinn^h hold a very jileasanl socdal at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Byron last evening. After the business part wa.s concluded the rest of the evening was pleasantly spent in games and,music. .Mr. Holmes and .Mr. Knowles contributed solos. Mr. Holt gave a reading and other interesting items were put on. At the conclusion a dainty luncheon was served by Mrs. Byrou. > * >> : �>� > .: 1 � � ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? ? .s > > Next Friday night a card-party will be given by the Cllrl's Auxiliary In tlie S. O. E. hall. Games will commonce promptly at S..SO, refreshments will lie served followed by dancing. Those reserving tables are asked to kindly bring their own cards, � v * The Innciieons being served at the V, M. C. A. (o the helpers in llio campaign have been lu (diarge of the local council of women. On Monday supper was served by tiio Knox ladies ajd, cm Tuesday by the Wesley ladies aid, today the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, r. O. n. K. wore- in ciuirgo and tomorrow the .Alajor Jack Jtosa chapter, a. O. D. V... will serve. Another contribution towards thn Sir Alexander Gall Chapter, I, O, D, Ifl, tag day has been received amounting tu � � ., . The Girls' Auxiliary have just .sent to the boys who have gone from Leth-brldgo to join the R. N. W. M. V. at Rrglua a package containiug oignr-cltes and giim, and also 61 pairs of socks from the Sl,r, Alexander Gait Chapter. I. 0. D. R, Trooper William I'onnotather who has boon In I.ipth-brldgo on leave and who loft for Ko-giiia on Monday night, lilndly took chnrgH of the paf'cel and will see to !!s delivery. *   Will everyone having Royal Crown or Golden West coupons please send Inem in to ;)IS Sherlock building, on or before Monday, May Hi. Kvery cou-))on helps In the Travollur's Aid work. * � * The Central W, C, T, IT, will meet at the home of Mrs. I Dr.) J, E,. r.iOvor-Ing, S12 :ird Avo S, tomorrow atior-nonn nt ,'!.(K) o'clock iMembors pleaso bring thimbles for Rod Cross sewing. *   The Knox teachers training class will meet on Sunday aflej- the afternoon,Sunday School ses.slon instead of tonight, / , *   , The ladies ot St, Wiitrlck's .will sew tomorrow' nftornoou at the Red Cfoss rooms. The Mjvjor Jack Ross chapter, 1, O. D. E., NVjU hold tlioir reij^ular inoivthly meeting In, the K.' 1' H-.'.W. I''rid,iy Hftisrnonn at �! o'clocii 'i';!,. i'^ccullvu ^ is asked lo mdot at I On l''rlday afternoon il,- I.,.lies Aid iif Ht. Patrick's will.s.vv tli.' Con , vtuit, llie entrun ! > ? : : : : ; : : WEDDINGS ? ??? ;&:� : : ? ? .j : > > GENERAL ^ WILL CANADA HAVE W.A.A.C'S? At tlie iirovincial n,,; I.O.D.IO., held in' Vn^n .iiivit rcieiiily, one of the members 1/imuj;Ii; iHi'iU a resolution cdmmendliiK, !liat ;i Woman's, Army Auxiliary Cdiii;, similar to tlio one wlilch is .- rvitii; ;;l the present lln\o l).'?hind liiu's in France, and which w;. iiMiniieil in iOngland, 'be organi'/.eri in Ciniada to render service to the ai^iy. r.;ivy and flying forces. This i.s niiliy only another way of arriving w. - i-unsi rip-lion of woman power, v iiicli cvciitnal-ly mu.st come, and i- w.niliy tlie consideration of the vi ;iiiiieiit. 'I'wolve _yonn5 woiiirii. all agricultural college graduate-; r,i' liaviug liad practical farming exp.ncnce, who will form tlie first uiii: (.]' woiiuni ag-ricnlturiil experts of \\w new .Vmeri-can Coinniltlee f:):- DcvasiaU'd France, will start for luirope early next mouth.  � � - Jlias Pat i.!o,iuchani|i W'adiicll, wlio has done first aid v. orl; I'o'i- ilinn' years, has been awaiilcl the ihoix (le Guerre witli .silyc:- ,-iai.s for extraordinary bravery, wiii'ii .�he losi her leg driving woiiuilcd in France. .1- o A letter was recfiviMl liy .Major Thompson, cf flalgary, iiM'enlly, troni a girl., from out' of- iVHEAT CROP IN THE U, S. Washington, May 8.-A winter wheat crop of 57.'2,539,C0a bushels was forecast to-day by the department of agriculture, basing Its estimate on conditions existing May 1. and on a. canvas of the acreage remaining to be harvested. With continued favorable conditions the crop will be one of the largest ever grown. , WKere Quality Does Count! ECAUSE on egg, aged in cold storage, tias lost its flavor; Kas notK-ii\g to do with tlie eggs T?hicli tho aimer brings rcsh from lh� 3arn. Bccnuic you con't make Q good cup of coffac vJitK poorlj) nourished and im-propcrlv roasted coffee beans; has notriing to do with the coffee �^ow can make �vJith SE.AL BRAND COFFEE SEALBRAND"-from the best plantations, cultivated b}? experts. Then, blended and roosted and ground by those vjho have made a lifetime etudy of the subject. "Siiiil Brand" is a rick, full.l>adi�cl. A-li.:ioti5 l)c>3orBgft -wl\Dl�on\e, invigorating, fragrnnt. In Jj, i ond Zpounti tins-in ll\ai3��n, grottnc) or fmc groan J for p4rco]im-ilurly. Quebec, :May S.-Starting today the new provincial tiix on fish caught In any lake or river in tho province tor l)urpose of salB>goes Into effect. The tax varies between quarter and half a cent a pound. Salmon and sea trout arc t.ixed half a cent; dolre, white- Ginger Cookies Regular price 25c per dozen I?": 25c KIRKBY&Co. .Third Ave. S. Phone 1627 Kitch en Madam:-^Evet'y day you are without a Boone Kitchen Cabinet-you're wasting hundreds of steps-a tremendous amount of energy-and many valuable hours which you could be devoting to rest, recreation and patriotic work. A kite)- -abinet is a household necessity. You owe it to yourself to own one. A BOON TO EVERY HOUSEWIFE Stop and consider the many steps from kitchen to pantry and back again. Think of the saving of time and materials by having everything -concentrated in one spot-and immediately within hand^reach. DON'T CONTINUE UNNECESSARY KITCHEN SLAVERY Let us show you one of the famous Boone Kitchen 'Cabinets--TODAY. Here Are 3 Big Features of the Boone No. 41 Here are three big features ot the Kitchen "Wondei- of the World." The "Nested Drawerrf," the Automatic Curtain, (lie .VdjiiHtable Flour i3ln-Xi pev cent, more efficient than any other cabinet liver built. This cabinet Is complate tu uU Its np-polntments, and sujipllod wltli a full equipment of glass coutuinera, iiicludlng a large revolving glass sugar canister. Made of solid onk; golden finish' belghl a foet, 8 in\;hes; wUUh '.i feet, 6 Inclieu, and 25 IpCll base. As cut. Price THE "NESTED DRAWERS" You doi^'t ever have to stoop tu gain access to drawers, Tho regiiljir drawers are "neatod" lu one blR drawer which glides out on iiall bearings, bringing tboni to the very edge of tho oMtehded table to|). Tills imtented feature can only be found In the HOONl'V No '11, J The AUTOMATIC CURTAIN Want to raise the curtain? Poii't get down (^in Ihe floor, .lust touch a handy lever, and the curtain raises automatic-, ally. iVo Ktooplng-^-uo bending -no.tired hiudt. .Inst amUher exclusive feature of BOON'IO No. ADJUSTABLE FLOUR BIN You don't haveto clfm'b to till it, like the ordliwry cnb-inetH. 'I'he convenient swing nttachnKMit allows tho flour bin to ho liiHluutly lowered to tho table levol. IIOONK No. 11 has many other individual features that nmko it Uie housewife's choice. oo It is beiuittlJully nmdo ot solid oatv FhilsU, golden, iloielit, H feet, S Inches; Width; 3 foet, 8 mclics; and 2,') Inches ut *ho base. Fitted with Albaiilou I'orcoluin top and supplied ��ith a fullVqulpii'ient of gUiss/containers, 60 00 At o'ljlS- NEW SHIPMENT of GRASS RUGS. 4V2X7V2 $5.00 6xft feet . ...... $7.75 LC TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries. SNOW WHITE CABINET Base made ot onk in snow white enamel finish Inside and out. ilelBht ;U luphes, sissu of table top, ailx-(2 inches, flttpd with Alhar-lon Porcelain. It hiyi larBo cupboard Kpai,ie for cuokluK uteuslls; iiietal sanltury bread box, cuUory drawer and knendlng og |*A board, At............ ZUaUV ;