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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY is, 1017. THE LETHBR'DGB HEHALD PAGE ELEVEN rat SUPPLY Shortagt in Britain May Bin Private 6f Petrol MIL AD I k PHONE London. Mu The demands ol tie office and Iho admiralty have mide necessary a further reduction It the Bipuly ot petrol for civilian use. foreshadows Uio ealabllshnicnl of lucfc rtstrVctlona ai will make it Ini- poulble for petrol to bo used for pri- vate purposes.' The problem been JlsnvatC'J by the recent loss ol sev- eral bb; H 'IE ftared the re- alrlctlons will affect petrol for eascn- IUL purposes, eucb KB tail.rabs. NAUOAHT iTha following resolution was pissed reiwrit convention ol tho re- rned soldiers ol the province held In i'Thal the. follonlnK rswromcnda- tibn lie forwarBei) to theatre, managers end Lhe has been brought'toMhc nolko ot tho Croat War Voleraiia' Assocla lion, Alberta Drench, thai at many ot our theatres and places or amusement, thai a'very prefunclory manner of ob- btrvliif the customary Baltic lo Hits National Anthem Is allowed to so un- checked. "II Is needless lo reclla reasons why tho proper respect should be paid to the Flag and to the National Anthem a'nd all that they symbolize. We feel confident thai this .Intimation will lie EnfncleoL to all concerned nnd here- after It will nol he necessary (or this fccdy to take further J. W. Mllcliell, Sec. Jlrs, Delberl McFarlane has return- ed lo her homo In Calgary afte1! a Tlslt In the clly wltli lief brother, Mr. Kog- crs. Miss Itoile Armstrong of lllllcmt, is sncudlug Iho week-end with her mother, Mrs. Armslrong, 437 10Lh St., Mr. Arthur UlglaboUiam has return cd from [faultier. and Jlri George Mackaiv wlio accompanied him have gono on to the coast. J Mrs. A. M. Slewsrl, of ItellcrlUc, Ont., who has been visiting her daugh- ter. Mrs. McCreery.ttt Urmnrook. Is uov Iho her oilier daughter. Mrs. R. T. nfyniiier., 1 The ixccullvt) "ot Iho'Lbcal Council 'of Womeii will-meet at Til re. G. W Itoblnson'a on Monday nlfjlil nl S o'clock. Tho presidents of alt affillal cd societies nrc aaked to attend. 1m norlaut business will be discussed. The I'rotheon class of Weslej church cnlcrlalucil very last'night In Wesley hall In honor o one of Ihclr members, Mrs, Snowdcn (nco Jean A program of onuslcal numbers was followed by re- rcslimcnls. On Mouday afternoon at 4 o'clock n the parish hall the Woman's Auill Try of St. Auguslln'g church will lold a lea and shower for the bale hat Is sent annually to clothe the In- dian hoy-who Is- inpnorted by Iho auxiliary at All SalnfV school, Lac. Ij louse- One hundred and fifty German nris oners have been put to work on the farms In Essex. O LAWN BOWLING. The lawn bowline season was opened last night wllh a game on Ihe green al. the Mounted Police Barracks, which 'waa won by ttie team' skipped liy J- Llvle, against lint 'skipped by Peacock. j TOIOTHERS TELL :4 Strong and Well. Many ivill lie clad to know Ihil Jlrs. Nellie McClung Is cetllnE riul another )ook, which will be known as "Next ot ami series ol nhort stories Bliovrlng the effect ot lha war on the people nf Canada. Mrs. Mc- Cluns is one of llie nextot-hln her- self, aa ber son -Is In and according to the latest word she has baO( from htm, bo led u combine .the big Lallle ol Vlmy ridge. Those who liivo read 'SowinE Seeds'In and lier other stories of the West, will remftra ber the human Interest wlilcli enters inlo all lier work. The new hook be out about September 1. lire. Nlrcn la In Caljtri: the euest ol Mr. and Sirs. James Nlven. Mrs. B. Lumhard returned on nljht from a llireo. months' Tlsil wllu rehtlrea In Cillfomla. 1 The ladles erf St.. falrlck'e church Kill bo In chiree or Xellh'fl Etoro to- morrow. There will to home cccklng [or sale In Uie adcrndoii mil tea will tic Bcrveu. A percentage from the will to gtvcp to tbo Ued Cross. Korty-one members of Iho Sir Alex- ander Gall Chapler. I.O.D.E.. are en- titled lo iho war badges lhat are Lwr Ing prcseulccl oy the chapter to Iho members who havo husbands or eons on acltve service. A majority of theso members were given the badges yes terilay uy Ihe regent, Mrs. J. N. Rlt chlo. at the regular monthly- meeting held in Hie Elks. lodeo room. Tho badges riro artletlc and will doubtless coDEtllute a souvenir of much prido for all. 'They consist of the Insignia of the Imperial Older of the Daughters of luo Empire depending from an ena- mel clasp and mounted on ribhon lo inalcll Ihu' clasp. Kor those who haVQ or have husbands on nctlvc ser, vice Iho clasps arc blue and for thoso with sons, llic clasp is red, A very Interesting rcporl was given by Mrs. R. E. Sherlock on the collcc- 'on ot raes. bottles and waste paper aeli recently, iloro than a ton of exculleut jiaper was received from tho MIC. alone. From the rags collect- ed and disposed of J22.20 was realized ind from the bottles Mrs'; Sherlock wished to thank everyone for their Interest and Ereal help In making Ihcse collections so successful, it la impossible to lhauk each one indlvl dually. Eorly-nint; parcels were sent away during the month by Miss Bawdeu, convenor of the scrap book commit tee. A donation of was Toted to Iho Prisoners o[ War fund and will be for warded lo Ixindoni Mrs. II. Uentley waf chosen lo rep- resent the chapter at the annual meet ICE of the National chapter In Victoria the luller part of thfs month. A row boat donated to the chapter last year anil raffled In aid of nilrlollcl purposes, has been given hack to Ihe'.j chapter to be sold again. Mrs. Holt vras apnolalcd lo arrange about Iho sale. IAKEUPPROBEOF LBF; sli years our little girl suffer a'bronchial had no riot sleep ind va JC CHILbREN'tjBAREFOOT SANDALS. In tin calf sUlrj'with a solid welted; sole. A very.darihn'iandal I6r school i. nf Trio to 1014. t; ff Tho sJme.'jSlica, 11 to'2. BOYS', CANVA9 SHOES. In snnd color. Solid leather aplo-and heel with leather too cup. fitting. Sizes t TC 11 fo BOYS'CANVAs''SHOES. Same i or ns above.. Slwi 1 lo B at 1.03 MEN'S CANVAS. OXFORDS. Leather tip and relnrordllig. Solid colo and .-l CC heel. SUea 6 to 10. l.DD TENNIS.. SHOES. With nihber high or low'.oit. All In Block. Saturday's Grocery List, Phone 313 Royal Hoiischolrt Flour, ;24 sacks. Special JJS Silver Gloss Starch, 6 Ib, tlnl. AA J Special per tin.............. 3UC Pure Cselllt Soap, 'i Ib. bar. Special Pure Lard..3 Ib. palli. 'Special Freiri Egat. Per doitn Breaklast Bacon7 4 Ib, piece, Special, per Ib Grape Julco, Special per bottle Off.. tdc, 45c and OOC EngllGh Tobacco. Hft- 'per lln ZOc and.............. Chrlslle's Sonas. 1C Per tin Fairy Sadac. Sailed and plain. Per tin...............' Family Sodas. Special, per package Potato Flour. Per package IDC Brawr. t. Poison's Corn Flour 2 packagci.................. 'Currants in Zfor........................ JSceded Ralilps..Special Per package Life Buoy Soap. S cakei Hudson's Bay T.olict Soap..;