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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta > MONDAY. MAY 27. 1018 rilE LJ:niHHIDGE DAILY JllOHALlJ PAGE NINE iiiii(iMiiiiiiiron(HiiiiiiiiKniii!iiHHiiiiHHiiiWHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiinii�Hiiiiiiiini�^^^^^ MORAI.e , unobtiiluabli!. add . W poiiMdi; ii{ mi ! (ir, (!. Ui'ewni- ii) tliii N. V. Siiu. | . | alai' linn-, lo 5' gulloiis or wiilcr. ; Aflor the llmo hBB iUhhoIvimI and siM-illud. cnrnfully dip oft the ^'-..i- wau-r\ and pom- over llic, eKf^a v. \:UU wiiloi'. K.liisH....... . " iiDt 'jioiir ilie watnr i',1;ih> or lime WiU(m' over .the-CBKH nil ji. ii;i3 | lliorotiglily cooloil.'  ! If fallli In CJoil, if nil (hat man Iihh WTOUbIjI, And conliirioa of Ki'i'winK conio lo lian(;lil, Tlioii lul ii.s lo UiL' Ihn'i obe'lHaui'ti maUo And all wc hold as good fortliwltli for-Hnke; IU!mI(!Ii our Ijii'LlirlRlit, lowor Hclfro-! Vho honey, maplo/syriui. innlas-i: Hpocl. land hrown sugar Inslead m uraimlat- Let ill! our Uiotiylit in Knit-rals la; 1 rd HWgar. Tlio fiisl; Itiric ui Um>k(i| IjOKprcchod, I i-iinnol he shipped^ to ,ou.- allius in i Dohaso '> niadi ship Jiing apoco. Browi,'sugar cannot lit']-Hhippcd iis it toripOnlH. r, > > C -S :� v feel, ! : , �: And l : ? : : > : :�^EWS (From Our Own Coi-ro^^yondpnt) Matiood, May -'5.-The firse b^isc-bnll gaiiio of the season was played Tliuraday night between the l.cth-bridge HIrIi St;hool boyfi. chaperoned by their Vj'iueipal, 'Mr. Dobsou. and .Maelood High sehool, l)etY�fcen "lO and (!0 came from Lcthbridge. Tiic boys all jiiayed well and were well mateh-Rd, as every run was playeil bard for, as tlio result six to eight in favor of Slaeleod showed plainly the I'ight put up by both sides, and belli tenuis ao-eftptod the'score with trio dotcrniina-thm to do better next time. ilev. \V. A. Lewis, High School principal, cn-t'ertnined the visiting team lator In llio evening. Inspector Toriii was ahso un interested visitor. .�\fter the haseliali game, the girls wore called by their principal. Miss Kldd, tor basketball on tho aebool grounds, whero they mot the High �School girls of I,x!thbridBe for has-Itetball, which was played In great oarneRlness, each one vieing with tho oilior. n.* to their strug.glo on tho field, and with the result that the Macleod team was un easy winner in 11 .score of twelve to two, tor Loth-bridge Father Riding acted as re- feree and'gave entire aalisfaclion. C. riowman came up for the hafikptball i game. In ilie evening both teams were! entertained and returned home ap-1 jiarently satiBtied with having lo.-it both gnmr-s, hut had a good lime i'n j I lie old town of Macleod. Friday, .May I'ltli, the High School baseball team, under Principal Lewis and Mr. Reikie, of tho Bank of rotn-merce, motored to Pinclier Creek and , '; i)layed n fast game oC bail in the foot ! j hill town, resulting In a score of lH to i) in favor of Macleoil. Tlw. boys arrived homo at, S In the evening. FOUR KILLED IN FIGHTING RESISTERS Toxarkana, Ark., May 127.-Four , men including one deputy sheriff were j lulled, one deputy sheriff was sor-! lously injured and a woman probably fatally wounded hi a i'ight yesterday between the sheriff's and draft resiaters in the hills nchr natfiold. Polk County. That turther trouble was expected was evidenced by the fact that tho sheriff sent a rotinest for a.Tiew supply of ammunition. THE STOVE WITH 3,000,000 FRIENDS 3,000,000 housewives have discovered the way to better cooking, cooler kitchens and less work. They use the Ntw Perfection Oil Cook Stove. Ask your neighbor. She knows the New Perfec-� tion Oil Cook Stove is dependable and easy to operate. She knows the Long Blue Chimney gives a dean, intense heat-without odor, or smoke. She knows tlie convenience and economy of using oil for fttel. The New Perfecticm Oven bakes unusually well -makes the stove a complete cooking device. The Cabinet adds to the appearance of the stove and provides extra room for utensils. Rotjallte Coal Oti gitxa beat resull3. IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED ' lUlANCllE.S IN MA. CVnV.S L  N EW' BEMlfcTJ 'ON' witli right. *  � : > : PERSONAL �: : > o��o city afters spending the holiday in WrenthaiB.  � * Dr. Allen anl Dr. Craig', dentists, have gone to Calgary lor Monday,^ Tuesday and Wednesday to attend' the extension course being held in'the I'allisor tliere. � > s , The various contestants who took part in the Musical Festival in Calgary have returned home, atler carrying oft many of the honors in  the recent competitions. ' * � � � o  >'� i- �^ ? SOCIAL EVENTS '> i' � On Saturday nfteruotJn Mrs. Duns-worth and Mrs. Craig wsllted on'Br. Sara B. Detwiler and on- behalf of the Travellers Aid cotnmitten, presented her with a fountain pen and box of nolo paper, showing in a very small way "lheir ailpreciutioii bt 'the good work she has done and thuic to-gj'et it losing their chairman. '^ ' is v � � ;  The cap and iipron sale held by the J. O, C. class of Knox church on Sut-urdity in Nelson's shoe store was -a dei'.idod success. Tho daintiest of cups and aprons, some ot them having coiTio from as far as Nova Scotia and California, wore temptingly displayed and attracted great attention from everyone who entered. The Rpleh(\it\ sum ot $BG was realized. The J. O. C. class wish to tliank Mr. Nelson for the use of his store. * *  : : : : : : ? : > * BUY YOUR WINTER' EGGS ? IN MAY AND JUNE .> present. � '-. Tliere wmU be an, ici'. > '>; m sor:ial lield at ilardievilie ncvi \\'seiit draft. Although tho time was short un.d tho notice,not very wideisiiread, a crowded , hall greeted the boys on Tuesday night. Major Klrby, of Calgary, was the orator for the occasion., lie had-just returned from an international conference culled by President Wiisoi'i held at Washington, D.C., at which fully ;!00 amhassadors, statesmen, publicists and studelita ot world problems wore in attendance. Tho boys coming under the Military Service Act wlio were present were. L. Hoilester, A\'. McKoiiKie, h. M. .Allddloton, J. Snodgrass, F. Forrester. H Duwling. II. .lolinston, 1. Larsen and R. ^\^ Bishop. On Wednesday, Thursday and l^n-i-day ot last week t^eltlng^ forth the matter of consolidated schools were hold at Harvey, llighlnnd, Mclntyre, Vulcan and KircaUly districts. Tlio atteudancos of any of the ptJints was meagre and .Mr. 1'. Parks, of the provincial depurtnienl of edui-ation, did not find very much enthusiasm i'or consolhlation. Tho suggested urea for the local ,hospital dlHtrlci liiis heeii drawn up by the councils and will bo subjiiitted io the depariuieni for approval. Tho area includes all of Ihe .territory in Ihe L. 7. D. ISS Martinis Municipality the S.l'J. of Dinlon .Municipality and townships 16-21. lU-2a and lll-L'3, comprising In all about 700,01)0 acres. On Tuesday evening a large number ot people of Knslgn and district gathered at tlie school house to give a fai;e\vell social evonlug In the lionor of Mi-.' ,!im Williams, who loavcH ^fm-Calgury lo reiiorl for duty this week> Items of Interest 'Round the Store Tuesday WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED AS A Our Entire Stock of "Th. Day at Bay" LADIES' SUITS To be Cleared at HALF-PRICE as that dny will ihaugurute an even't'rarely to be met with. Commencing .S.tiU a.m. and con-t iitulng for Ihe remainder of the week you may select any Ladies' Suit whatsoever-ou our racks and pay-Just half its marked price. I -Xothing more need be said on th!)� p|>inl. frxcopt that we recommend au early_ aeIt)ctiou lo secure Iho richest bargain. In addition each ot our other deparilments  lias looked oul an iteni in koeping wijh the jjliove regarded from the ccononilcal vie^vpoint.. 20 doz. Cliildrcn's SILK LISLE SOCKS in a wide range of colors. Sizes ranging from ( to .S'-j. Regular price I'ui: ]>:in\ Tuesday only, 3 ])aira......... 89c BOYS' STRAW HATS in a variety of Plaits. Tbr' trimming ami. luftids on .thus(;,are widely- assorted aft regards styles and colorings. Regular price ?1.2."i. 'Tuesday . only ......... 98c I'-our Special llenis of Home and Away-Krom-llomc l.'tlllty from our Furnisliing^ Department I only, .Jap Suit^ -i 0(|; lleg. $2.75 Tor L�OU 'i only. Jap Suit �� y|Q Cases. Keg. $:2.25 tor l.Ttlf 1,'. only. Grass Mats 'JxG. Thcso htive plain centres with green, blue and brown Greek liorders. Ke'g. ?i;.2r., for................ 1,".0 yards Curtain Scrim in white, cream and ecru. Plain, with bemstitcbed borders. Itogiilar -'Oc " 12c These .prices prevail on Tuesday only. 1.39 Ladles' C;hoeolato .OXFORDS with Xeolin sol^s and military rijibbor heels. Something new.and-really up-to-date. All sizes In stock. Regular price $5.50. 'Tuesday only ........... A REAL SNAP ' GRANITE TEA POTS in blue and white. Kegular G5c. Tuesday only........... iiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiWiinitiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiHimiiiiiiii'i) Si PEASANT UPRISING REPORTED IN UKRAINE in the Cit^ Cburcbeg Knox Church.-Monday evening at 7.:!U. O.G.I.T.. in sch'oolrobra, Mrs. Robertson tedder. Wednesday evon-Jng at 8,00, 'Teachers training class will meet in the vestry.  Thursday .evening at S.JiO. meeting of session in v,e3try- Friday evening 'at 7.30, Boy Scouts meet in school room. Friday evening, choif \u-act((fe. :' -..... � Wesley .Churtih-Monday;; evening at 7.S0, CampfireUIrls:in the ladies' parlor. Tuesday..evening .at 7.30, Boy Scouts ill! the �Sc,9ijt:'rpom; ^jif 8.00, meeting ot wdrlcei's' of hegiunors and. primary dopitr,^rap.ut8 in "the, parlor;, Wednesday ovonfng, prayer,^ service withdrawn. Wednesday at;3;30. Worn-ens missiouavy society: mfeeting.. As this is the first meeting;ol the year, all the ladles of the congregatioikaro specially invited. - , . St. Cyprian's Church.-Monday evening at 7.30, Boys Club; at 8.00, 'teen age girls meet in parish r6om to form girl guides. Tuesday evening at, junior auxiliary; at S.OO, intercession service; at S.'^O, teachers meeting.' Friday at S.,'iO. clioir practice. St. Mary's Church.-Tuesday evening at 8.00. teachers meeting; Wod-noSduy -jvening at 7.15, Boy Scouts, Thursday evening at S.OO, G.A. .Friday at 4,Hi, J. W. A.; at 8.00, intercession service; at,8,30, choir practice. Bctptlst Church.-Monday, ; evening at 7.30, Canadian Girls in Training. Wednesday pvenlijB "at, S.HO, prayer meeting. Thursday' evonini at SM, choir practice,  , � Chrletlan Church-Wednesday 'evening at S.OO, prayoy meeting in the elinrch. Thursday oVehing, choir practice. Friday utlernoon. Red Gross sowing In Red Cross rooms. L. D. S.-Meeting at '2.30 tomorrow at the church, subject "ftome Economics." \ Christian Science.-Wor'.nosday 8 p. m.. rogulai' weekly testimony meet-ing. .  Moscow, May 18.-Peasant uprisings against the new govern-ninent in the Ukraine are reported In the evening papers. In the Tohernlnov government the peas-aiita drove out the new officials and' defeated German-Ukrainian troops sent to suppress the movement In Poltava. Tho peasants were, victorious a Ijattio, vvith the troops WhIcliTnsted.throe days, ^ antt'resulled In. heavy losses. ,  liat bi'CJkn':Ji)�'t ehi^y' Saturday in the Thanfwork .of. the Y.M..'C.A. �OverftiBaS vVaB-.,it charged .higher prices. than-similar orgauizationH, apd gave ..very; little -ti way - with -the exception of an occasional cup of coffee heat' (he fij-iiig linos. Praise.wan accorded iho .Salvation Anny which. was credited ivlth doing excellent work and selling articles to sbfdiei-s 'at inucli' lower prices than were charged by the V. M.C.A. W/lll Deal With It. :Montre�l. May 'M.-The e.:eeulivQ ot. the y.M.C.A. will ileal otticlally With the condemnation expressed in a resolutiou passed at a meeting ot tho Great War Veterans' Association at Hamilton on Saturday. This was announced. Hy C.: W., .Bishdp, general secretiiry of the aiaociation, who is In Montreal today.' Pte% -Percy Prln� received a' court-martial sentence at the. local ,C.O.R Depot ^Ih Brautford of two years* In the^utiiiry,, the Mutence boing read out before the parade of the re-^linenti by the Adj'iitaot. Prlne ytaa oliarge'ii with delibcrattly maiminp hipiselt Iti o'rder' to escap� se'rvlco, Ho Iqat'a; .leg. as a reSult"Ot his attempt. .".,,/,'. As Age Advances;the Liver Requires occasional alight �tlmwUtloik. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Small Till, Small Dose, Small Price Bui Great' in its Good Wotk correct Gen^tn� bear* , Igaature CONSTIPATION Colorless or Pale Faces Z�f^"'*T'^r'' a condition xhlch.yiU Jbe greatly helped by V.arter SlrOnflllS Gospel Hall J. RAE WILL GIVE ADDRESSES ON THURSDAY .....EVENiNGS'^-r-v:.;-..: COiyiMENCINa THU.RSDAV, MAY 30th . At S.OO p.m; on-muiel'V Pfo'tihecy anil' the'Booit of Rovelatliin, ^ lUustrated by a- large' cliaVt. 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