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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'ESDAY, APJUL !>. 1!)1S TUB LKTHBRIttGE DML^ 'HERALD PAGE NINE {S3 PHONE 1224' * � > 6' > > �> ? *j* > > A NATIONAL HYMN. ? : : : �: * * * * : : > : > : ? ? Whether on liill or plain, Blood of Hie patriot slain Hallows o.ur sod; While from Ibo glorious air, Vaulting our land no fair, Fall. as an Incense rare, /ll*BSiuj5H �t God. Holy the heritage Blazoned on Hist'ry's page. Ifur us to\keep; Wrapped in' thy ipantloss rod', Willi >    V Seeing ,t.hoHC .earthly years Dim thro', a. mist of tears, Pausing, .we. stand; While spirit, voices share Tills universal .pray'r, Filling the solenfn air- "God bless, our land." (The abpVR poem was written by KuKfno Field, September 17, 1SS7, but was not published until last year, when It wan included in a volume published by the 'Bibliophile Society of Boston.) ...... * WEDDINGS ? MKLHKlhM - LUND A ciuiet wedding; was solemnized at flic Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Uay Saints on Monday. April Isl. when Manila lOIoanor Lund was united in marriage to Mr. Wilford Thomas Mcldrum, both of llnymond. ISishop Geo. W. Green performed the ceremony. The happy couple left on the afternoon train for Calgary. . * * * I PHILLIPS-ANDKRSOX Mr. Volney Lane Phillip* of Lucky Strike and Miss La.verue Anderson of Raymond were united, jn mavi.'iage by Itiwhop Geo. W. Green at the Church of Jesus Christ of .Latter .Day Saints on Monday, April 1st., Mr. and Mrs. Phillips left on Hie afternoon train for Calgary. * * r KEA11L--KTO DDA RT A quiet but pretty wedding, was solemnized in the presence of a. few relatives and friends at the  home of Bishop Geo. \V. Green on Mondav, March 2ath. when Miss Mabel Stod-dart became the wife of Mi-. Stanley Hrandon Kearl, both of Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Kearl will make their home in Cardston. * * * MeCAimiCK-CASPKIl The wedding was celebrated yoslev-day at the Methodist parsonage of .'aities Emmet MeCarrick and Dolly Casper, both of Lethbrldge. Mr. and Mrs. MeCarrick will reside here. * PERSONAL * ? ? Miss lionnett and Miss Jepsoit are spending the Waster vacation in Calgary. Miss 10. Turner Winnipeg to take nursing staff at tlu hns returned from a position on the OaU hospital. Miss Matstin and Miss WooIIey, kite of Clarke it Co.. have taken positions wllb ibe Hudson's Hay Co. � * :f - Air. 'f ,,'J'uiiock. F. Robertson of Berkley, W.,Warring of itenair, U. W. Handy- of Madera. .1. Armstrong of Inviii;-Cil.y. V. 10'. Hailstone and II. Benson, both of Turlock. Tiio bouse Was ti�s';':eftil!y decorated enjoyable evening, tyus spent.'' with California pennants, and a most u short business -Sweet Grass Aii- V V V V V V **'-% V V V v V * .  . i NEW MATRON FOR > CHILDREN'S SHELTER > > r oi| ? ' '? �*>'! *t* ! ? ? j Miss K. K. Lewis,"^if Hrandon-. Man..' who for five years fud charge ul' tjie ; social' set t leniel'it wov'k in the f-ity of! Seattle,. Mash,, has; been appointed | matron of "the children's sbeller, by! the children's aid society. The appoint- I nient. is a. .particularly fortunate one.1 Miss Lewis, besidesc, being \u trained I nurse is also :i public school and kin-1 1 di-rgarlen teacher. She will takeover; ; her new duties here April lith. sm-l ceeding , Miss Dainty, who resigned ; oino lime ag-o. i Misses Dorothy and .Muriel Allison are visiting -Mrs. MeSudden of Mac-leod, at the .McSadden Jiaiicli. # � * Mrs. C. A. Little and daughter. Miss Bmjsie Little, left this pluming for Great, Kalis, Spokane and Portland. VVben Tired and Nervous If the end of the day finds you weary or irri-table.with achingheadand frayed nerves,you heed something to tone and strengthen the system. are a remedy which quickly helps in restoring normal conditions. They act on the stomach, liver and bowels, and so renew the strength, and steady the nerves. A few doses of these world-famed family pills will Bring Welcome Relief Pk-epuei] only by Tbomaf Bencham, St. Halm, Lancashire, F.nalana*. Sold erety where ie Canada and V. S. America. In boxes, 25 ct aU. Miss B. Sluirniu.il, Miss B. Ximmons and Mr. K. 1-1, Dolison are in lOdmon-ton attending the Teachers' Convention. � * * j .Mrs. .7. Heid returned from the. east | last Saturday. | Miss Leah Young returned to Calgary last night. * �� i- Miss. Kathleen Terrill is visiting in Calgary, where she will also attend the Girls' Conference. > : ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER * o o >**> socks Hugh- -W. Crawford (rip to Winnipeg and ing which lie. visited Kansas. is back Trom a the States, dur-his mother in Mrs. Williams and her daughter, Miss Olive Williams are attending the girls conference in Calgary. SPECIAL VALUES IN .PAPER FOR A FEW DAYS OUR BIG NEW SPRING STOCK AT PER SINGLE ROLL 10c to 40c ALL THE NEW PATTERNS SHOWN C. G. OLANDER HARDWARE 524 13TH STREET N. The following; is the report of united by the. school children: I | Fleetwood. j j Grades VII. and VIII pairs.)---: | Hheini .McQueen 5. Gladys MeAlaken ! j :!, lOuntce Connor Doris Morrison! 1, Masy Archibold 1, Alary Watkins 1, f Tom Andrews I, Fred Robins I. Grace] .lohnston ;',. Bertha Hunt :'. .Mary i i Scott 1, Phyllis liaich 1. liessie Smith | L Lennox liny 1, Lillian Mnrdock I. i Grades V and VI (II pairs.I- -Hugh f Alahon 4, Gladys Burllcli ;',, Mabel I Ilenncr 2, Jennie Lingard -I. Paul lien- j ner 1'. .Laura Xickolson ',!, Gnue Hart- ' lett 1', Princess Rhodes 2.'Helen Srhu-  niaeher (Othel Ruth L', Douglas Bob- | itison I, Doris Kipp I, .lohn GwatUinj 1, Daisy Fiddes t, Josephine llcaiou 1, j liertha Alillnr Kathbv:u Cull 2,] Doris Treliving 2. Viola .Miller 1, , fleorge. Johnson 1, Ljiura Tradie 1. Elisabeth Fiddes 1, 1,'ailileen Sy-j monds 1. Grade v CIS pairs. > -Itaebe] Tij.-ho]i ' 1. LesI'O Martlett 1. John Dougal 1, j Helen Jurgens I, Ktta AleVean h 10r- | nest McDowel 1, Jack 'Handle 1, A me- ) lia Wakolin 1, Francis Xiedlsoii 1, . Willie BeiitonJ, Lois Connor f, Lilly Hills 1, James Mossey I. Alien Mac-! Kay 1, Gertrude Otlmark 1, Lillian , Norma Itnssoli 7. I (27 pairs.I-.Margaret ! Nero Jean Hobertsun Jack Wei-: ler ti, Olive. Arnold 1, James Cooper i, Hazel Davidson H, Lloyd Holick J, � Annie Mossey 1. Jean McKay ::. lOlva , Huff I, l'luth Jurgeiis 1. Reggie Ale-j .Arthur .1, Kathleen .Muggins I. Kniest Stevens 1, Aliss Waterman 2, Miss I . Currie 1. Mrs. ('rlpps 1. Alis*- Hinds j 4, Miss Hrodio 2, F. Bennington L ' | Total 1^2 pairs. '* . ' Galbraith. 'f Laura Griadale ;;, Bessie W'orlhing- | ton 1, lsabelle Dixon ;!. Marjorie Gurr not;l, Andrew Logan. I, John Talbot 1, ! IOisie Talbot 1. Jessie Martin 6, Lyn- T ., , ,* ., , , ! dall Klliot .1. Alice Had ley 2,. Lillian In spite of the bad weather on Sat- e.,. n-o,,,L.: i.J;'M- unlay the Major Jack Ross chapter of! the 1. O. I). F. continued t.lieir ta W. L. Hamilton and Mrs. left yesterday for Calgary to the Sunday School conference Mrs. Skieth attend Hi ere. * m � Airs. James Cavers of Dcloraine Manitoba, who has been visiting her i Shurland 2. son, Mr. F. V. Cavers, Mgr. of the ; tirade IV Union Bank at Cardston. spent Easter Monday in the city on her way to Winnipeg. She was accompanied as fains Letlihridgc by her son and Ills wife. While here she was the guest of Mi's. J. D. McLeod. * * O CHURCHES AND ? * ? : o � SOCIETIES ? The Wesley Indies' meet until Wednesday. aid April will 10th. day throughout, ing the sum of the afternoon, realix-SiHIO.US. The ladies gymnasium and swini- Keager i;, V.'tnniiSji Kit'K >� Mary Folia rd 1. John .Martin (i, lOlaine Thomas 7, Theodore, Wilson 7; Aliss Marrs 2. Aiiss A.'ePhee 1... Aliss Birch 2, Mrs. Seager i. .Mrs. Jones 1, Lizzie Clark 1; Madeline Clark 3. Jessie llemlstrmn 1. Willie Booth 7, Lizzie iniug class under the auspices of tho|u.,!ston 1. Marian Kalston -'. Arthur i i Women's Civic Club will be held us | Park x_ Marv L.,Kan Athl Sumner 1. usual tomorrow in the Y. M. C.-A..J Venl \Vcbb'2. Alice Fox 1. Kdvvani Thomas 7. Carl Wootan I. Sarah children in the afternoon at 4. ladies in the evening at 7.30. As this is the comniei'cenioiit of a .new month the. committee hopes that all intending members -will attend so as to get in good order for the spring and summer. ~ � . . Quite a number of g.'rls from the Ward 1. Hector Peacock. 1. Airs. Good-all 7. laabelle Ah-Nahb 7, John .Martin j 2, .Mae Brown 1.- Total TO pairs, i Westminster: ! Jean Alexander 1, Ethel Allen S, I Margery Ajiiic-i :,n 2, Grace lltiiineit : I 1, James Bowker 7. Ada Binning 7,; various churches in (lie city are �t- [ Aimi * > > > SOCIAL EVENTS A very pleasant time "was spent Easter Sundav at the home of Air. and Mrs. J. L. Workman, -IIS 'Jth St. S., who celebrated their silver wedding h.v entertaining some of their old friends at dinner. The evening was spent in music and old-time reminiscences. Among tlio guests were Air. and Airs. K. C. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.. Art Kessler and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Green.  �  The ball of the 11. of L. 10. held last evening was a great success. About | 700 couples were present. Kveryone : pronounced it. one of the. most enjoy-I able affairs of the season. The c.om-! uiittee in charge deserve great, cred.it 1 for the efficient, manner in which everything was conducted. They wish ro thank I)i6 ladies very heartily for their great assistance in preparing the. 1 tin ott and helping to make the first ball such a success. v * � . A Jolly stag- dinner was held at the tome of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Huff, j 1007 Sth Avenue south. Amojjff the guests were several California jiuntle- FEW CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, Wavy and Beautiful-Try This! Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence o� a neglected i;c:'lp; of dundvuif- that awful scurf. 'there is noiniug so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It. robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life; eventually producing; a feverish-ness and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die-then (he hair falls out fast. A little Dandorine tonight-now-any lime-will surely save, your hair. Get a small botile. of Knowlton's Dandorine. from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first, application your hair will take on that, life, bistro and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become .wavy and fluffy and have .-the appearance of abundance, an incomparable gloss and softness; hut, what will please you most will .be-tter just a few weeks' use when you -will actually see, a lot of fine, downy. hafr--new hair-growing all over the sculp.-Advertisement. THE FULL STRENGTH OF OUR REPUTATION IS BEHIND THIS SELLING EVENT Having, at our formal Spring Opening, brought to your notice the many beautiful novelties decreed by Dame Fashion for your'personal adornment, we have now turned our attention (o the, regular, cvryday staples. To ensure tlii--, important end of our business gelling off to a good swing for the coming season, we are offering a number of lines at LESS THAN QUOTED WHOLESALE FRICES Mind you. we don't claim to be selling a I less than actual cost, to us. for we were fortunate enough -or sufficiently 1'arsight.ed - to anticipate the rising markets and slock up heavily on all staple goods. Hut we do say, and will prove by the official (inolalions of the Dry Goods 'Kcon-omlst I apart from our personal assurance) that the prices given below are actually lower than the regular wholesale <3)^^^^^^^^^-^^__^__,___^" prices of today. YOU WILL CERTAINLY HAVE TO PAY ANYTHING FROM 35 TO 60 PER CENT. MORE FOR THESE GOODS 3Y FALL. IS ANY FURTHER ARGUMENT OR INDUCEMENT NECESSARY TO CONVINCE YOU OF THE ADVISABILITY OF ANTICIPATING YOUR FUTURE WANTS? BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY WHITE FLANNELETTE Worth today 20c 13V2C yard LADIES' BLACK LISLE HOSE ALL SIZES. 29c pair STRIPED FLANNELETTE Knglfsh make Xo more procurable at any price, 25c yard WHITE FLANNELETTE British makes. No more procurable jat any price. / 32y2c yard LADIES' WHITE LISLE HOSE ALL SIZES. 39c pair LADIES' BLACK LISLE HOSE ALL SIZES. 49c pair WHITE L0NGCL0TH Cambric and Cotton. 20c yard' LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE ALL SIZES. 2 pairs for 99c REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING All White. nVacyard LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE ALL SIZES. 59c pair REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING COLORED BORDER. 171/2C yard LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE ALL SIZES. 69c pair REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING COLORED BORDER. 19c yard 10-4 FLANNELETTE SHEETS $2.25 pair BLACK SILK BOOT HOSE ALL SIZES. 49c pair 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 VERY SPECIAL 11-4 FLANNELETTE SHEETS $2.75 pair 2-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 THE "LEADER" MAKE. 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sixes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 45c par 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 WORTH MORE WHOLESALE.' WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 75c pair INFANTS' SUPERIOR HOSE IN WHITE AND BLACK. 50c pair An old number, vitorth 35 per cent. more. Stocking Yam In Grey and Khaki. $1.79 per tb. Worth today $3.00 !b. ALL WOOL MENDING BLACK ONLY 6 cards for 25c FOUR PLY Black Fingering Yarn "LEADER" MAKE $2.25 per tb. Worth today $3.00 lb. ;