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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAV 10. 1317 Tim LETHBHIDGE DAuW HERALD PAGE SEVEN WERSUPPIYIO KHEUIIME22 Tlial llic -KM water conference wlilch Is Iclus Uy lUa 1-ellibrWga HoarJ o( Trails will place liero ou Krlilay, June was anuuunceil at today's o( Ibo com) ell of Iho board. A, hearty rcspocso to llic call lo the coavenUou has lecn re- ceived from Ihoso Interested on bolh Mtf ot the Hue, anil tho ccBtcreuee proiotaes to ba international In char- acter. Tho'seconii call lo Iho conven- tion, selling IhQ date, IE senl out tuls week. PAY TRUE 10 UIEMAiilPLPf Al today's ttieeticr of IhQ Board cl Trade council, a tribute was paid to the Iftto Major Alvlu Hlplojr. whose death In action was reported Tuesday The members stood with bowed heads ns a token or respect lo a former ac- llvo member of Dm Board, and tlio prcaltlcn.L and S.-J. Shepherd were instructed to forward lo Iho Borrowing vllo Rod children n letter ot sympa in her sad bereavement. Conlafn Garden renciicd L today oa a recruHviiE cxpcditlou. lie hnd heard Uiat a nuiulJer of men hat coma across the line templed by Die higher pay offered hi Iho army and ho hoped to gel Ills share Only lorly aro needed to bring the (Qr company, wlilcli Is recruiting ii Alberla, up lo An ur gent tall la being made loall who liav linowlcdge o! tho bush and ca assist In'- any way with lumbering t Join within (.he next days' so tha Ihls can proceed overseas a once. Thi company acccpts'men from all of tbu province end has sec wred an excellent type of men. rccruUius otrieo Is at 30 Fifth St. M-ILADI -PHONE Tho members of llio Eaclcru Star vlll sow al the HoJ Cross rooms to- lorrow afternoon. Mrs. Urooruo a nil Mrs. Green arc saving today for Seattle where they vlll make ibelr home, Mrs. A. C. Kaworlh and children, hava been spending tho winter Iti 'uHtoiuIa, BTO remaining lii Ihe south another two munths. The UdfeK society oE the n. ot U K. and K. will meet lemur row afternoon 'or Red Cioea sowing at the Uotnn ol Mrs. Uurrell, 1CI fill] street north. Tho regular meeting cf the 11 thaptc-r. lo be bunwn In future as the Major Jack Rosa chapter, LQ.D.E.. vtill jo held tomorrow afternoon al 3.30 In ilie Y.M.C.A. The executive vrllj meet. at 3 o'clock. leutXfcr. Brett, accompanied by Mayor Hurdle, paid R visit lo tho Iteil Cross rooms yesterday ntternoon and was very Interested In tbe it-ark done. Mrs. G. H. Harmon showed the leulenniil-fcOYernor through llic rouma ind eiplatned tlio work douo the Letlilirldyc branch. An added attraction to Iho tea held yesterday afternoon at tho lea roooi by the Sir Alexander CalL chapter. I.O.D.E.. wag the splcn did musical itrograra glTcit by Mrs. F Wallers, Mrs. Frank Woddlugtcu, Master fleoff and Miss Dona Murray, Mrs, II. II- Davldsoi Jn serving by Mrs. R D Hill, Mrs. Loecli. .Miss MrKelvie liles .Bavto afltL MSss O'Ha gen' The'tables looked very gay with tlielr decorations or spring Hewers The iiroceeds arp lo be given to the Miss Ethel C. Neilson Pupil of Slgnor J. A. Carbbnl, ParSs, France. the Art of Singing take a UiitiLed. number'ot impils FOR TERMS CALL 69 DOMINION BLOCK, PHONE 1159. Douilnfon ftcLcfcafi lodgt No. 41 vlll oecl lonlgM al K o'clock tn Ihe l.O.O. hull. The decree will Le conferred. ttcbekaha wolcorao. Mrs. George Andrew ot Winnipeg pom. a tew days lUia wtek wllU her ilsier, Miss M. N. Siundfrs, on her way bouio Iroui CalllortJa. >Irs. A. Ruclmnan, of l vlfc of the mmobcr (or .Medicine Hat, a vitfltlug -Mrs. I-'rcemati In Burlfus- 011. coining io Ollawa. Ottawa Citizen The Senior Mission Band of Kuoi church arc a Us in the scltool room of the cliurch on Saturday af- crnoon frem 3 to C. A sliver collec- tion wlH iakeu at the door, ?ilr, 3. Armstrong toft tliis morn- 'tig for Great t'alls m rarel Sirs, Arm- Btrong and Uer two lltllc boys wlio aro from lAing Ileach. Califor- nia, where they srcul Ihe winter. MJE3 OHvc who has been ID LIic city a! lending tlic luueral of icr brotlicr's wife, Mrs. Fred WU- ilaraE, lias iclumcd to lier home fn LclUbrldge. Cnlgary XCNY a -Telegram. m Grig hi crJiason carnations anil ferns (n a polished brass shell case, Abe Un- ion Jack and flags of the allies formed the attractive decorations of the table from wlifch refreshments served last nlfiht at tho opening of ;tm s' ctab by Uto Sir Aleiflndor Gall chaotcr, I.O.DE, Mrs. W. D. L. JIar- pouretl coflee aud Mrs. Hen dereon (wurcd tea, .1 number of tlio unmarried members of the order as slstfng. Too chapter also arranged tlio decorations for the dinner given at th( Chinook club, in honor ol Llcul.-" Brctl. The addresses on the Bible being glrcn by Proi, Droad, at tlie Y.M.C-A. ate being (ollowed with tleep interest. Tho study Is a brief on the Epistle to the Ho ciaos. Great slre55 [a laid on fact that this IE Ucd's A. IS. C. book for the ClirisUzn and tbal a thorough knou-ledgo pf it is -not only necessar for Christian faith and Itfe, but' serve: as an antidote for alt the fads nrul ism; 6C the present day. Tbe. evening ad drosses give a view of th> i whole subject ot the fillile, treating o Jevr, the Gentile, anil the thurcl of God, '.heir origin. Hief mission, present .position am I their destiny.- Uroad has spen much time, in .Bible translation bcln the tratislalofs ot the twentlet1 ccnlury Ncv He conclude ils address 8.1S this evening. RED MARKINGS RUGS Accept only the Genuine Refuse Inferior Imitations The name woven in the edge of skte binding is a symbol of the skffl and care into the fabric of every genuine CREX rug- on shown this identification mack, Car your own protection and satisfaction CREX mgn are of real raloe in the borne from berth Jhe sfaadpoint of fucuiahing and ecotiomy yoar cvfor-foMrr or to Ha d'jvel it's FRK8 CREX GARPBT Z12 FIFTH AVENUE COMPANY NEW.YORK GROCERY SPECIALS PHONE 1766 25c Rhuturb. G for........ Extra. Applet. 1 nice Juicy red AUo Yellow New- Friday Salur- o A diy only. Box......... 6.0U 20 Ib, ftatk of B. C, Sugar and 3 of Qold Soip for A only..............i.iU TOfTifltflflj Oft Per Hn 6vC Egg Naodlea. Thf> It a very ffne macaroni. Regular 20c pkg. Spttlll I for Eggti Z dozen Ammonia Powder Per pkg................ fiayal Crown Soap. Per pka............... Panahlne. 4 llni for Great Wett Tobacco 3 pkffi. for 25c 75c 16c 25c Wheat Straw Curette Papers, 7 pkfls, for ZiDC Cream Cindy, Miked. Regular Wo. Sfwclal per nj- pound ,r. HwC Nabob and Oonalco Coffee. Reg- ular pound tins. JA Wcston's Sodai, Regular 1Cc pkg. Special 3 packages for Ice 2 for i Sweet and Sour Pickles In- gal- lon glass jars. T Per Jar Walnuls. r, 2 poundi fof ,'i'i WE PEUVErt TO AL'L PARTS OF THt CITV TRADlN 8UPINA L 230. STREET N, Board of Trade Asked (o Pass Resolution Favoring.Appoint- ment of Official At (he council meettns of Board' of Trade today, a was read from the Duncan, E. C., toard of lng (or (he appointment Jjy Ihe Dominion Eovcminenl of a Food con- troller as in England for the control of food prices. -Vice President- Bry- rauer said'-'.he roBoluVion'opcncfl np a very, wide fjuosllon, and suggested lhal il be rcfcrreil-to the nail general meeUns. His suseosiion-Kas adopt- ed.! The ot tart roads, especially in the Irrigated- district many culverts Trfero broken early in the. spring by tractors, received Ihe atten- tion of hoard. A meeting of llie directors or the Auto Club" is being- held In further (Ilscusa 11. Tlio past office department o.utlintng [he. reason for (tie heavy coat of a night mail service between LellOiridgc nnd the norlli. Tho ser- vice would coal SSjfiQO per anum. The board of Iraric will make uo further efforts to secure tliis service at jirea- cnl.' Calgarr, May n. Ma modi 13 presiding nl tno mccthis aV Ihc Pal- User Hotel-this afiernnnn Iff rtin from Southern Alho for Hie national o.vccuUve And also io attenrl tho big conven- tion in Montreal, 'May 21. Alayor Coirslna of Medicine llnl !s nlso pres- ent, flocl H, B. Fuffusoa of Hie l.clti brldgc Unrlea mid council. The feeling of the meeting Is that (lioricfe- sliould not lie Instructed sent wflli a Tree, or en tntml, (o t what In tliclr opinion fa'Iho tliii nctfla of tbt' west. THIED TO KILL CUBAN PRESIDENT Hnvaiii, .May at- Itmfil was'iK-i? In3t night to President Menoral ot Cuhn by means of fl bornb X explosion. Nino arrcais ffertt marie tictore consplralon could pprry out their 4 Assure You the Greatest Values WATCH FOR THEM A One-Day Rem- nant Sale in Dry Goods Section. Dress Goods, Silks, Linens, Ginghams, Prints, Flannelettes, Cottons, Linings and Towelings DISPLAY COrXTKKS IX OUH GOODS .SECTION CONTAINS A MOST MAGMF1CKXT SHOWING OF REMXAXT.S. .CANNOT DESCIUBK TIIHjVI, THK KIJD FKJUKBS WILL TELL THE WHOLE STOIIY. Ladies' Spring and Summer Suits In, fine quality Gaberdine, Silk Poplin and T-.veetU. Also a fine miiee of Serges, Colors in sand, Russian green, uifiscr brown, navy, black anil white Jiccks, cream and black. Huge savings aro niarKcd for Friday and Sntunhiy. Suits. Regular for..................S33.7S Knits. Kcgular S47.50 for Suits. Kcgiilai- !ji32..50 Suits. KcgiiTar foi-................... Suits, Kegulai- for.................. Suits. Regular .Suits. Kegnlar. lor 326.25 Suits. Regular for .I For the Home NEWCtJRTAIXS Lace Ciirtnlns in finely woren style. Ivory sLade, 45 inches l "-wide, yards IOIIK- Hefrilar J2.25. Special, yair Iti MADRAS 5IUSLIX' ecru shades. Variety of patterng. 3G inches .'Special, yard CERTAIN JvJJTS 3G inches Ivors' and ecru shade. Spccinl, ysrd CURTAIN flORIM poutle, colpreii liorflcrs. White and ecru, ncpilar 20c. yanl .Staple CvorKcry Lines Brcmi'i Teapots 19c, 25t; ami 35c "While Sancei's. Special, half dozen ..'..........................OSc Water Glasses, heavy Pepper and each loo "Bay95 Grocery List Phone 313 Best-Granulated Sugar, sack. Special per fjil.10 Crisco, Special per (in ........-.'..........40c Ptii'c Orange Maimilaile. Kcgular 30c. Special Fresh Supplies Daily of Lcftucc, Hpiuadi, Oel- Ithubiirivlttyc Tomatoes and Stt'aw- bci'i'.ics. PICNIC SUPPLIES Sslmdn. 2 cars for Lunch Tongue, 40c and Roast Beef, 1 Ib. Each Meat 10c, 15c and I 25c One Hour Only Pridiiy 10 lo 11. 2 His. IJcst Creamery liuUer 95c fhf Budson's Bay (fompany. 1670 FOR THE PEOttC" annum t. sumoct trona COHMISSIOMEB ACQUITTED OF SERIOUS CHARCE aHTcaloon, May Saumlers RCiiiKtecl by a Jury In the sup- remo courl today of a serious charge agalnsl a wonwn. Ho Is a soUlcr In iallnllon. T. A. 4 WHOLESALE- MURDER. _._ Elklon. Kentucky, May Franli SllllcD, B young furrier, cnrly toflay Vlllcrt hla falbcr, iSllHen, Ilia moiher Mrs. Mlllcn. his brolhcr, Jitacr nml Ijli tirolher'a site, 'Atiy, himself. FOR BREAD ONLY. Paris, May decree 3s Baled In (he Official Journal proV" of 'jniiizfj. rj barley potet bread milting ANTt.UNIOMIOTS TO CONVENE, Slfly-. con- v Jnicrcslcd In the contlnuanr.o of Ihc Mrca- In, Cannrta-Is lo lie-held here June Eth'and 6lh. CLERK'S RECOVERY AS. TONISHES LETHBR1DI3E LcthbrMetf will marvH nt this clcrk'a recovery. Hla'stomach so bad he very Ihllo. Every- thing tcfmonlccl and aourcd. Had stoinach cnuRfi. Doctor advbcd Inick- thofn barlt. felrcorlno, Ba mlieil In Aiilcr-l'.ka. OXH SI'OONPUL hclpiiil him llccnuao Aillcr-l-ka cmplips -UOTM largo amnll intes- llnd It rcllorea ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gaA and prevents rcnrtlcllls. H hB5 <1UICKEST actlmi of nnythlnc ?vn ever D. lllgln- liotliam ft Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lelh Cross Tea JTtooni, Ciiiuook Club Tomorrow, Friday 'FROM 3.30 TO 6 Ami Kvcry Second Friday OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ENJOYABLE OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYONE TO ASSIST -THE BED, CROSS FUNDS. ;