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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRDXKSDAY, i\JAY 2!), H)18 Tim LETHBRIDGE DAILY HI'JULD HFLU it Ktiu'kluOm, Muy 2S.-Thi', new Fin-liliili r;il)liiijt. foniuiil liy tormt'r Sonn-lor I'iiaaUlvi indlccitu.s iiuTOUiiflil Gcr-nmii iiit.liiHnou in (!!;� i'^unlsli Kovnrn-iiioul iind lins mnilled in a furthor re-i^'.M. by uiiiicni) MaiuuirliRini, (:on\-luiundor of (l\o I'Mnnisli troops, div niindinn lliiit liifl rt'siKnnf.ion lie �(� |i� now MorvlnK In Hio Finnish nriny will follow Gon(U-al Maiinorheim Into ri'llroniont. ACTED ALL RIGHT. A I'aclfif I'orl. Muy 1:9.-"Sho act-nd jtiKt, lilcc any othoi- vcBbul," was tlio wa^ Oa|)t;Un K. K. Kennel, (.'Otn-niiindiiiK tin; fltonnier I'uitli, tiie larg-cst, cuni-rulo Kiilli in Uio wofid, eon-innnuul on tlie Hhip'n l)eliavior diii'lnK liiT trli;l voyiifin from anoliicr I'aell'ii; port to llilii port, where .sliu arrived yoHterduy. Good Fond o of course! But v?Ky not make it BETTER Coffee? Coffee at its BEST. ' in fact- SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our tooklet "Perfect Coffee-Perfectly Made'', it solves the problem. '92 CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL IRALSOFSOLOIERS CliieaBo. .May 'JH.-At a inReting liolrt lonisiit liy Uie iionie dorense conn-I'il or (liieaso, aclhiK Chlet of I'ollce Airoek doelared Miat aKCiitH of the lni))driai (lernian (tovernniont wore seiidinE women to varions eltlos, ('antonnion(� and harraeliH to nnderminn tlie nior.'ilK and lioalHi oC American .aoldieni in training and inun aboni to be drafted. Tlie meeting waa lield foliowlnc; a. (:onferen('0 of tlie eliiof with llie state eunnril of dct'ense and Alcoek de-elared that lii.^ information came from reliable aoiirees while the trntli of tlie, report was reflected in the in';di-(al rejioris of the nicdieal otfieiM'a. iiiiiiHiMiinitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiinHiiiniiaiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiiuiiuiiiiiH^ CHINESE PROTEST Poking. May i;.!.-The Cliinoae am-haaaador at Tokio luia lienn instructed to iiroteat to the .ra|)aiicae goveiii-mont iiKiiinsl. I ho ti'anater to .lapaii by lluaaia of a aection of the (.^hineao eaa-teni railway near the Suugari Klvcf. Your ration ot bread Will keep you well fcd-Yon don'i. need to naL ai'v m lOaeli ounce that you taii> 1 laa a life at aluke And Is helplnK to loHn us ili Think once and think iv. . Kro you cut a new sihte. And allow honor and iiUu!. .w..; ..u,.,i\ seiiao. Broad la blood-!ire;id iy �:>!� . . Urfiad'a out fort 'Kainat lic Uue-r. Don't destroy the last line cf defence! i� C It OF DECREASE IN EARNINGS THE C. N. R. Toronto, ;\l;iy ^!).--A decreaao ot $211),COO ill the net earniuKa ot the C. N. U. for Ai)rll l!il8, hh coinpar-id with 111" same month year, tn i'udieiU-(^(1 in the atati-ment given out today. Oiierating expensoa, whieli aliov/ an Ini .faae of ?8,')!t,2()(). wor^- irpparenlly roaponaible for the deercaae in net. i The aKKveRale not earnlnRa from j ,Tuly 1 to .May 1, were .f,'!,l);il,400, wlilcli ; ia a deereaae ot $.''..2:n^00() compared i ^{y jj,.^" Hedley are leaving on Saturday : PERSONAL : .> > ^ > o >> > c- : o > .Mrs. O. M. Williamson ni Viiiicon-, ver, Willi iier two boya, is ili.. i;ii(.st of Mr. and .Mrs. ,Iamea Willi iiiis;in on' her way hack to Vaiicouvi r irinn thi.' east. I * * * Rev. W'ln. Buchanan left i.n alter-; nixm to attend the .MetliiHl; .i cunfcr-; ence in Kdnionton, the mini session ot which opens tod:iy aad ih" ^ general session toniorrov.. with tlie same period ot tlic previous yea r. I Mandolins, Guitars, and Banjos Guitars, $12 to $14 and up Mandolins - > $18 and $14 GENUINE HAWAIIAN AND AMERICAN MAKE UKELELES. CHOICE COLLECTION OF STEEL GUITAR AND HAWAIIAN UKELELE MUSIC. :U,.i �iilldren ; :ii;ifriitig fer � \'auconver where Mrs. Ili..ll..y wi)] sjiend tlie summer. ,Vlr. lleillcy will return at the end ot the inomii. -Vrs, .lamesi Campbell Irii ye.stor- : day for \'ictoria to spend ..^uiue tiiim  with her daughters. .Mrs. Alviii Rijiley and Mrs. Frank Jackson. .Mr- Gordon Itoss .of Calgary ulsofilefi Mrs. i Climpbell. Mr. A. Long of Taber"!.- a vi.-iitor in the city today. � . � � * ' * ' * Mis.s Margaret McKillop iias returned from a short visit to l/lmoiiton, �  � . � t^orp. Bruce Uavie.s, D.i'.M. is in tlie city for a short visit and will return to Calgary soon. >fr3. R. Ti. Sloan .Js few (lays in Calgary Mrs. Geo. C. Ross. .V visiting for a Willi Mr. and Popular Sheet Music - 20c per copy Mr. A. liayr montou. 1 nr. Rivers I few days. left ye.-ste.'ii.iy for ICd- ifi ill ICdiiioiuon for a "IC-IvKaly" "I'm Sorry 1 .Made You Cry." "Just a liittle Bit of Sunshine." "ThQ Last Tiny Mill." 'Somewhere in Prance is the Lily." "Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy." "Over There." "Lorraine, My Beautiful Alsaco-Lorrafnc." "Joan ot Arc." "One. Two. Three. Four." '"rhere'a a Service Flag Flying at Our tOoor." "There's Another Angel Now In Old Kiilar-ney." 'THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA EVERY STYLE-EVERY PRICE AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM Twenty Branch Stores HIGH-GRADE PIANOS-CONVENIENT BALMORAL BLOCK, Sth STREET S., LETHBRIDGE nab Goods: ^53 REFRIGERATORS $15.00 to $36.50 SCREEN DOORS $1.75 to $4.00 ICE CREAM FREEZERS $3.50 to $12.00 CREEN WINDOWS 50c to 75c VACUUM ICE CREAM FREEZEPS $4.50 and $5.50. ' HIGK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. General Hardwur* PlniRbhi^ and Heating^. Phone 762 618 Third Avenve S. .Mrs. J. D. May ieU liii.- .ifteniooii to spend a tew days wilii .\lr3. Taylor on the Taylor ranch. Mr. and ilrs. Keuii'ili Junes and family motored from !.�ilibridge yesterday, and are tlie ijaests of .Mr. .liines' sister, Mrs. K. (j.' Paddon, Klbow Pari:.-Calk'.iry Daily Herald. Mis.? Reta'Walsim left for Victoria .Monday to join her mother wlio has been there for tin- last few iiionthd. : : > : : > : .> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : > : >> ? : > ? : : : : : ? : : ? > : ; The Next oC Kin will sew In tho Red Cross rooms tonight at 7:30. * �   The -Major Jack Uoss Chapter l.O. D.H, will hold a sessional meeting In the K.P. hall on Friday evening at 8:00i' A full attendance-is requested. *  The First .Mil exnniinatlon will be held tonight in the Y.M.C.A. at 7;S(). � * * The Local Council of Women held its regular monlliiy meeting on Monday, May 27, in tlic y.M.C.A.; There was a good attendance proaont. It was decided to talie the commlttoo that made tho Child Welfare Instltuio BUch a,!?ue.cosa a pornianont commit-.'tee with :!\lrsi. ,). N. Uitchie, fconvenor, .Mrs. G. (".. Fd\yardB, l^r'ovlnclal Predideill'. of the JsJational Council of Women, _wlll give, an address in the Y.M.C.A.' audltoriiiiu tomorroAV at;-ternoon at four o'clock*. Mi's, lid-wards will tell about the c'oil|erouco o� women held in Ottawa this spring. The Local Ooiincll of Women- cordially Invito all the women oil tljo city to attend, -Miss Minnie Hazel, gold raedallHt, will slug. � A. 'n&itiiii?'or^'ll?fci''tfr''' Knox ci|ur(\^ will bo held tSMOivnv in the Items of Interest 'Round the Store These Prices Prevail on THURSDAY ONLY You Cannot Afford To Miss One 100 PAIRS LADIES' WOOL CASHMERE HOSE - All sizes. .S'm to 10. Our rogiiliir ue. These are offered tor- - THURSDAY ONLY '>( v;il- At 49c pair CHILD'S AND MISSES' WASH DRESSES In beaiitirul plaid I'tfecis and a wide range ot colorings. Made in Claamlirays and Olnghams ot e.vcelletit nuiterial mid workmanship. Sizes from i; to 1(1 years. Frice.s ranging from $l.lm g LADIES' WHITE CANVAS BOOTS With 10 incli tops. Has a plain toe an.) .white Cnliaii heel. Sizes 2'^ and :'> only. Special price to clear them on- ' THURSDAY ONLY $lo99 A REGULAR RUG DAY There aro just 17 Uilg.s-an odd range -which we ari^ aii.Kious lo clear. If you secure one of tbeni at the price (pioled, the advantage will be mutual. .-Ml are different colors. You can choose one lo meet any color scheme. Here are particulars re prices and sizes ;i only. T�pe.stry RugK^ size � A QJ" fl.\n. neg. $14.75. Thursday only 1 only. Tapestry Rugs, size 1 O QC nxlOVi. Heg. $18.75. Thurs. only lOttfO �i only. Tapestry Itugs, sizo | C QC i�.vU'. Keg. .$18.7.').* Thurs. only THE WARM WEATHER HAS ARRIVED KyiionymoUH witli the delivery of our complute range of STRAW HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS And you'll be as pleased with tluMii as we are when you look them over. Thcro urn lloaiors, in Sennets, Splits, o CA etc.. from $2.00 to .............. ot salt. Stir until smoolli and then mold into rolls and keep In a c(Jol placo. To make the appearance apprbvable use bntteV colorintf. and it "intended to It'oep beyond a-few days,'a butter prosorvulive should bo added." . *- . ,: . . .\ woman worlUng a small holding at Cololiiil. Wimborne. Dorset, England, wltli the aid of two small boys, produced during last season: 50 bundles of rhubarb, (iO bundles ot asparagus, (iOO lettuce, 80 pounds of tomatoes, 10 husholH spinach, 20 bushels onions, hundredweight irarrous, ;'. bushels artichokes, 120 pounds peas, 220 pounds ruuuor * beam, 2 sacks broad beans, 10 bushels beetroot, 210 vegetable marrows, '.'.o cu-cuiuberH, tons potatoes and :ii addition gathered HO bushels of apples. Needless to eay, she was not worried by the high coat of living. ship, will excuse tiiein from register. ing on Juno 22ud. These are ail mis-tako.s which are lilieiy to lead to serious trouble. The Consulate is autli-oritatively advised tliat the iMan-and-AYomau-Power Registration lias no direct connection with military service and does not render anyone liabla for military service. It makes no distinction ot nationality and does not effect one's ritizeusbip in any way. It is in the nature ot a census of tha man ami woman power of the country. Kvery person in Canada who is sixteen years of age or older (with certain specified exceptions which do not concern the average person) will have to register on the day appointed (June 22ud)-, and the CiinauUita strongly tiigos AmerlcanB to do so, aa there are penalties for those who fail to comply with the Order-In-Council, Itegistrarioii in the American Oonsnl-ate or for tho United States military service cannot lake tho place ot this registration on June 22nd. The Man-and-Woman-Powor. llegiatration should also be carefully distinguished from registration" under the" Military Service Act, to which .Americans are no! subject at present. American Consular ."Vgout, INCREASE SUPPLY ' ANTHRACITE OF Phliadolphia, .fliay 2!).,-A ..substantial increase in the supply'of anthracite coul to be fifrulslied the New England and .Vorth Atlantic: istates was .promised by Joseph B, Dickson,, ohair-muh ot the Anthracite Cominittee ot the United .States Fuel � AdtninJatra-tion in an address today before the convention of the National Coal .Association. 'I'o provide this Increaeed supply, he said, anthracite would bo barred from states in the trana-Mls-slsslppl Central Western and � SgUtU-erii territories. IN SHOE POLISHES, LIQUIDS a PASTES FORBUCK,WHITE, TAM, DARK BROWN OR<�l-BL0OD SHOtS. KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT lASTINC-SHINE. ' PRESERVE THE LEATHER. I THE F.F,DALi(y a)�*eMTiofi�,in; I " HAMILTON.'Or^. ' ' 057?2514 ;