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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAY M.IOIR TrtE LCTHBIlIDfiB � DAILY lir.n.VLt) PAGE NINB .......__________ua limpsonsBig ganization A Real Money-Saver for the People ANOTHER NEW DEPARTURE = AT THE BAY ^ THE UABY. luT llm bdHt of lueU. Sl,i tint oldcHl iiininboi's ol' i1m' hurt buoii 11 good woi'l�f': is mil' lit ' ,111(1 Think of it-a discount of 10 cents on every dollar's worth you buy fronn our up-to-date stock of New Spring and Summer Piece Goods and Ready-to-Wear. It's a big item when you remember our regular prices were usually below all Qur competitors. ^ Buy frscly for the future. Later on you will pay \ almost double the prices we no^v ask. Dpur IKIlo l>;iby siiiiHlilne. JJt'iir liiiliy' face. l)oi\r imici lialiy iliuigliicrr or woo, l(!avoH iii-'vur ii tnV'o. IJe.Ti- little baliy tvoulilos! In iiiotlH'f's cloHi! (Miil)ri;r(! Ills tciirs, so lili : o � * o �riie WoHley Ladies Aid vill liDld a special bnsiiiesB nieeliic', mnmrniw ai'lfrnoon at H o'tlocU. W i!l '-- ; to |j-(ii.seiiKSfd. m * : ' �>�>;� : 'i : GENERAL ' * o .;. �j .J, .J. �> > .; �;. .;. .;. .;. .;. WHEN YOU Die. i l'"r()iii'the British Mini-:ry (if I'uid.) I'lver.y inch of i'uriii. Kiinicn, ,'vnd allotment uinst do Hi; iiiiiin,! tu lu'at gss-the K'aiser. IJIk yonr uriniiiil. pre- ^ liare (he soil, sow yoiir . 'i]-.. lend j HM-your plants wltli a wi!l lur victory ^ anil an Allied I'eace. I-'iiviin s �Siiud." \rW, piirsnlp, onion, carrot. i"i I;, iiirnip, jlSfi bean. cal)ba(?o, marrow m., wanted |M tor armies hlllion.s sII'oiil; in laKc the Kieat offensive in the Kii'mI lii'iii. The iii.'iii who nses his sjiadc ;iiiil iioe i)at-| rluHcally is befrieiidliig i'.i" iiiiii wiihiiii tile Kun . iind .bayonet, il'- lisi..^ hisi life'tliat yon may live iiniimlc.sied Ileinember this when ynii ,lii;: Under the heading of "Items of hitcrest Round the Store," we intend advertising daily an item from each of our departments which will be absolutely unique in regard to value and to quality. The actual cost of the goods will not enter into our consideration for our sole endeavor is to arouse your interest and induce you to visit the store. . Having done this, we anticipate securing your custom for your other requirements, and honestly, thanks to our unparalleled buying facilities, no other firm is in so favorable a position in these strenuous times for supplying you with dependable merchandise at a reasonable price. WATCH THESE ADS. DAY BY DAY-IT WILL REPAY YOU. Miss Helen Taft. daiir.iitci- of Hi., forinei' p!iesiden'\ loo-cmd up the |)iirsps of a tyjillcal Goliiaiii iinwd to Mi.ss Allen is e.\pected to arrive I the ttin.-j of $:;,SI)P in l.iliiny Loiin ! from North Dakota tomorrow morr-1 siiliscrlptions by one of iIm- iiuist dar-' inn for several weeks' visit witli Mr. | Ing stnnts of the oniiv' campaiKii., ; and .Mrs. 1). Maker, lith .\ve. S. .\n?s i Firemen raised a liigh lailil.r. and ,Aliss' 'Allen made many friends while on. a j Taft; started at the bnii'sii. lOvi.'ry : previous visit liere. MY "DREAM" WAISTS A .CONVERSATION OVERHEARD AMONG SOME NEW . ARRIVALS. FIRST WAIST: "I've only lieen hero a few days alul everyone likes me." SECOND WAIST: "They tell nio I'm tile most bi'an-tifnl thiPK they ever saw." FIRST WAIST: ' Teihaps we may bii bonght both together. Wouldn't that he wonderful'.'" THIRD WAIST: "Well, no! Not so wonderful, considering that some of lis are worth ?7.l)U each and are going io be sold on Wednesday for J......- $3.28 1) per cent. Off Silks, Grepe de Chines, Georgettes \ and Saltins. li per cent. Off Wool Dress Goods of every kind. 1(X ler cent. Off Holeproof and all other Brands of I Hosiery. 10 t ^r cent. Off Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves and Cham-L oisette Gloves. 10 per cent. Off Prints, Ginghams and Galateas. 10 per cent. Off Voiles, Crfepes and Muslins. 10 per cent. Off Boys' Clothing, Shirts and Hats. 10 per cent. Off Ladies' and Children's Underwear. ' 10 per cent. Off Umbrellas and Sun Shades. 10 per cent. Off Night Gowns, Corset' Covers, Shirts and Envelope Combinations. 10 per cent. Off Sheetings, Linens, Towelings and Fancy Linens. 10 per cent. Off Curtains and Draperies.' .Ml. and Mr.-i. Carson liave nioVod int() their new ho.ne on Fifth aveiiao. * � t: Mr. II. a: McKillop, who lias had a severe attack of rlieiimatism, bus tlie the first liiiiG in nine year. !1. KUon. i"\lrs. -Mct.'uno is the guest of .Mrs. a. Knight. ,P * >!, Capt. and Mr.s. G. W. Leech, also Capta. Niven and Weart of the Re- ', view Medical Hoard (iiotored to Frank on Saturday, returning the following ; day. Wliile there they visited the 1 Tubercular Sanatorium. " j �  .. Mrs. .lames Long arrived tliis iitter-; noon from Goderich, Ontario and is j visiting with h*- sons here for the "i summer.  * * Mrs. D. A. Simpson bas returned from a visit to Victoria. * ,1, � Mrs. Kevin received -word this morning of the deatli in Drooklyn of Mrs. 15. M. Kevin. ^ o * ? o I Last Wednesday evening the I-ad-ies' Xid of Hardieville held a box I social and dance at JOvans hall v.itli I the result that $50 net was realized ; for the liod .Cross Oiud. The winuing number of the cushion was -11. �liine a bond was jiureha' cil she imnint-: fs^ ed a rung. At the top appeared ' fft fron'i the-street as tlioiml! -lie i-ould ! f5 reiii-h over and touch the tower of tlie Wool worth buildinij. ARE WE DOIMG OUR BEST? AVe may not bo able ,,i :is we would like to do. . We may not even li(! able to do as well as iiur iieiglibor does. ' lint we are able in do a.s well as we. can do. God, wiio i.cc.^ u.-i as wo are, and understands our lack of power and our desire for niorp power than wo have, ^I'ill judge iis .-u'cording-ly to our doing within our limits of power and in our lirruinsiaiices. llavQ we done in all thiims today as well ag we could do in view of our ability and clrcunisiiiiii'''s. and of our under.Mt(ii4diiig''bf duly'.' .\re we doing our best jilAt now'.' Wc'ought to bo. " ' . ii t. Tlio DaugliterS' rif' till' l':mpire of firitisli Columbia wlio'at their recent political coiiventioff'. scat a petition to the nnlionar;1iea'^j5!)jirlers of the order asking' that the Dominion government bo approached and urged to form a Canadian Women's Army Aux-iliary Corps are liiKhly gratified at the hearty eiidorsation which their proposal lias received.. Not only has the/l'mperial of the Km- pire acceded to the re(|uest, but it bas announced tliai at the forthcoming annual geiicr.il nu.eliiig wiiich will bo hold this inimtii in Toronto vigorous action will be i;iken to proiuote the movement. Many women's organizations in tlie western provinces are advocating the of W.A. liart of (ho government was one of the recommendations made b/'tho Women's \ War Conference recenlly held at Ottawa \vhere it was iiitrodticed by Miss Mabel Durham of X'ancoiiver. The women say they believe that if some of their number were allowed to go overseas to serve htjhind the linos as thousands of iriiglisli women are doing It would not only b? useful in s'et-tiiig'free an eiiu:il number of men for thu fighting lino, hut that it would and so the convrrsalion ranwliile the writer was dreaming of the beautiful waist at ifl'.liS he liad to udvertlHe. .Made of a lovely Cii'pe de (!liine In colors of rose, mai.ve. navy, blac!:, pink and while, they are worthy of moil,' than nsiia.l notice. THESE LADIES' PUMPS say tliey are "just the thing' to go along with tlie waist;, men-tloneil , aluive. Certainly they are' very dainty and would lilic. to spend the half-holiday In your company, so be early In the morning to avoirl disappointment to yourself and tlieiu. ' They are "Tango"i pumps made of white poplin anil can be worn with or witiiout strap. Having rubber soles and lieels, Iheymalie a s)ilendid sport shoe as .well as being dressy. To finish I hem off they have a neat liopliii how. The regular price is but for Wednesday morning tliey will be ____ " 1.59 the natipnal ,c.\ecul''iye of Order.of the> DaujOitm-'s .\n unprecedented 'Wednesday morning opportunity. 100 yarils only of a genuine ALL WOOL CREAM SERGE FOR 89c YARD Tills is ab.solutely all wool and 'Ii inches wide and sells regularly at ?1.7.T per yard. Need we, formation of a fanadiajij body .-V.C.'s. Such a move on the Now that S|iring ClPaiiing i� under way and In many cases completed, these JAP STRAW MATS should interest you. They are prinleil in beautiful colors with conventional Japanese floral designs and are just the thiilg for Hie verandah, sun parlor, bedroom, lien, etc. The particulars are: Size 27x-l."i in. Regular < q llOc for................ luC Size ,l).\!l feet. Regular ^ |�q $2.7,''. for............ . 1.09 Size !ixl2 feet. Regular Q jq $5.5(1 for ........./____ Ot'r^ Sometliing special tor THE LITTLE MAN We have 5 dozen Straw Hats made of a nice pliable fancy Iwo pl.v straw with well assorted colored liands-new goods just in-which we sliall place on the (able on Wednesday morning at a special price of 40c priced varieties such as cod, haddock or flat-fish.) !i potatoes, peeled and cut iu small pieces. 1 onion, sliced, 2 cups carrots cut in pieces, I! cups inilk, ' Popper, I tablespoon fat, , 1 '/! tablespoons cornstarch. i;ook vegetables until tender. Add fat-ml.\ cornstarch witli onc-li;ilf cup , of the cold milk and stir in tlie liiiuid stimulate women at hoi'ne in their wan j,, die pot to thicken. Add (he rest of work and also have a good moral ef-; ,|,,. ,,iiii_ and'tlie fish which has been < * : : o ? : < : : : .^ CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : :� : ? : : : ? ? : ^ : : : : ? ? A meeting of the Girls'� .-Xuxiliary will be held at the Nursing Mission, 4'.!S i;ith St. S. tQui^ht 7:30. ,� The St. Jlary's W. A. are holding ' an apron stall and afternoon -tea at *the homo of Mrs. .Moore, 1240 llUh I St., commencing at o o'clocii on Wed-; nosday, .May 15. I '!' The aujiual meeting of the nuj'sing' i mission board was held yesterday af-I tornoon witli\i good attendance. A report of the year's work will be given tomorrow. *   � A dance and social will be hold to-] morroxV night in Burgmauu's Hall iu order to raise money for. tobacco to be sent to ,tlio soldier members of Court iriiily, A. O, F. * * �� * � ' ' ' 'I'he Thisllo Sewlii.s Circle will.moot ; with Mr.s. G. Goldie, 53S 12tli St. C, N., ion Wodnesiluy afternoon lor Rod Cross 1 sowing. < * * � * , .. . The ladies c'oiumlttee in charge of !tlio swimming ciasaos at the V. !\1. C. j A., liiive conirueneoil a class for chil-i.drou under !l years of ago on condition I that they are attended by thoir mother i or someone who will be responsible for (bom. Thin class will start at 3.;!0 tomorrow, 'I'he other (dassoa will ho field as'Sisiiiil at 4.15 and 7.30. '� m m � '['\\B DiMiglilers and Maids of lilijgliind liold a very suceoBsful social evening lust night in honor 'of Mrs. Cavx. at I the home of Mrs. Wiikoleii. Tho songs and music wero very much onjtiyad, after which refroahmonts were aor.vod 'Airs.-tiarr loaves � for Vftncouvor on 'I'hursUay and tho members uU \vls.h feet on recruiting among men. � v � REPORT FOR GALT. HOSPITAL FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 19118 removed from (he bones ami cut in small pteces. Cook until the fish is tender, about ten minutes. Serve hot. 1 Ci-i 125 Number of patients in liospital beginning of month......... Admittances during month ..... ( � - Total...................... IK'.i Number of patients dlschurged during nionlh.............. 141 Deaths during month .......'... 7 Number'of patients In hospital at end of montli .......... 41 mmm Total...................... ISi) Lowest number during montli .. 41 Higjiost number during month . . (i4 Dally average during month ... 53.5 Number of liospital days for N  private patients ....."........ 478 Number of li'ospital days for ward patients (paying) ...... i)77 Number of hospital ({jiys ;tor ward patients tfree) 152 Total number of hospital days for montli ____.. .,,........., 1(107 Number of operations under general anaesthetic ...... 47 Number of operalioiVs under local br iio anaesthetic'....... Ki *l'ho liosiiilal wislies to acknowledge with thanks, (he i'ollow'ing donations roc(jivod during the njohth: , , 10 boxes slruwberrie.s, Mr. Robert Th'orburil; 25 lbs. cotton, Red Cross Drug and Hook Co.; magazines. .Mr. Strong, Mrs. liiudf and Consumers Hardware. tSgd,) 10. A. 'McCLAUTY, Lady Supt. J* t* *** *** *** *�* *I* *5* **' *** A' VEGETABLE DirSNER 'A' With,-the , jifd of i'v.fl.ge^tabies it is quite possible to. liava an entire dinner in one dish-a dinner that is wholesome, nutrltiotis-and vory palat able. How iiiany peoplo are, i'amlliar with lish cliowdar? Horn is tho recipe, H Is onougl) for a foully of,.five; .IVi-liouuda rish.-,i(ubo . uioUorato ARE CONFERRED rion. .1. Beck of New York, and Others Honored By MfGill and Kuoch McMahon, faculty of agriculture. . ' Two .women received tho degree of, bachelor of science in agriculture.' Miss Margaret Newton and Miss Pearl t;iayton Stanford. TAXATION OF INCOMES OF SOLDIERS' WIVES (.)ttawa. May 14.-The occasion of tho fiftietli anniversary of the mar-' riago of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Lady Laurler yesterday was marked by tho press' gallery of parliament by tho liresBiUatiou of li bmiuet of fifty red roses, the prosehtatlon being made liy one reproseiltalive depnfatioii of the press men in Sir Wilfrid's office just lieforo tile house re-assembled in the afternoon. Charlos liishoj). president of the gallery dejiyerc'd a .lirlef sjieoch of fonrfratulation which was seconded by Tom' King, who presenied tlie bo-quet. In the ,course of a brief reply Sir Wilfrid advised every .member of the gallery who was still single to take unto himself a wife. "Among the l|!essingB of life," he declared, "thi r-j is no blessing like that of a good wife. Gentlemen 1 have enjoyed tliat bless-liiK; tor those fifty years. Get nuii'-rled. and, 1 will hope for you, and I c.;iii hope no more than tliat, all tlie biippine.is which every oue of llieso fifty years have brought to me." Ill concliisiou Sir Wilfrid said: "We all have our duties to perform. We may differ in our opiniom-.. Hut let us do (iur duty as we concoive it to be riglit." .Montreal. i\lay 14.-'ITie honorary degree of doctor of laws was conferred by McGlll University .yesterday upon-Hon. .lames M. Bock of New York, formerly assistant attorney general of tho United' States; Dr. Maui-ice Hutton, principal of the.University of Toronto and Lord Shaughnpsjiy, president of the Canadian 'P.-iciflc llailway Company. The throe' reciliionts were presont and made bi;iof addresses. Five rntjirried soldier graduates re-(�Blved degrtjes, Lieut. -A.. D. Brown in tho faculty of uppllqd scionco, wounded during the caiiture of Hill 70; Lieut. Hugh A., Cromble, faculty of agriculture, wounded at Vimy RIdgo; Charles 1