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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 8. 1018 TKK LKrHBR!DGE-,.bAJLY HERALD MIL AM ? > PERSONAL  � � * * �:>** Mrs. A. f. 'Saunders relumed yesterday morning from attending the Horso Show In lCdmonton. and Mho from a visit to Cnlgnry. White iu Calgary Mrs, SaunderH was a guefit at. the J'nlliser.  *  Mrs. Burroughs, wile of Conductor II. Burroughs, of the C.P.R., is -spending two weeks visiting her sister,. Mrf,. II. w. Petrle and other friends in Calgary. �   T'te. Dronge 1/ Young of the 78th battery, is visiting hln mother, Mrs. , J. A, Young, on nth Ave S. #  * Misses Katie, (loriime and U-turn Hoy returned this morning from Kd-1 monton.    Miss Buchanan, MacKay and Miss Gow, of the Lethbridge. schools, ' returned last night. * * � Mrs. Goode and daughter Margaret ; left th'is afternoon for St. Thomas, Ont.., after'a- six months' visit in l.oth-Widge. Mrs. Brymner, Mrs. Bowman and . Mr.Church, with several of their party of young people who went to dance in ! Calgary,'returned last night.  . * Ml�3 Preston, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Davidson, left lor Calgary last wight,  * * Miss MacDonald returned this morning from attending the teachers' convention in Edmonton.  * * Mrs. Stewart, who has been a guest ,of Mrs. J. W. Bdwderi, left on Saturday for her home in Edmonton.  * * Mrs. C. O. Nimmons, with her two children, has returned to Granuin af-; ier a short vi3it in Lethbridge. mm*  Mr. Crawford has returned from attending the teachers' convention in Edmonton.  * * Mr. jr Morgan, B.A., has returned from Edmonton.    : ? SOCIAL EVENTS ? > * An Interesting little event took place pn Easter Sunday at Knox church, when about 25 tiny tots of the Cradle Roll graduated to the Primary department and received their diplomas. A jolly .afternoon was spent last week at the home of Mrs. Maxwell. When two cars of Lethbridge people motored out. Tho guests al! toolc their knitting. Mrs. Stewart of Edmonton, was the guest of honor.  *  The following item will be of interest, to Lethbridge people: A largo number of people gathered at the Pal-liser hotel ballroom Friday afternoon to w'ftness the exhibition of dancing by the pupils of Miss Gladys .Attrec, and both Miss Attrec and her pupils Hre to be heartily congratulated on the t grace and proficiency of the young ladies. The class, consisting of Kathleen Southard, of Calgary, and Adair Sfmp-�on, Gwen Bowman, Jean Brymner, Thelma Nobles, Mary Glbhons,f Lorna Simpson, Hilda Church, Doris Smith and Merle O'Hagan, all of Lethbridge, first gave some of the exercises taken mostly from the Russian school. Miss Southard, who danced in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" displayed real lalent, exhibiting the ability to pur-tray the stiff, archaic Greek and dainty Japanese, without at any time losing the interpretation or the atmosphere. Tho sunbonnet dance, by Adair Simpson, Gwen Bowman and Jean Brymner, the latter two very tiny, graceful little creatures, was an extremely realistic representation of children at play- and one could readily visualize the flower-strewn fields from this very pretty dance. Over 1,200 people packed the Grand theatre on Saturday night, Ctalgury, 'when the students of Crescent: Heights Collegiate Institute gave an elaborate production of "A M'idsiiininer Night's Dream," assisted by -it) 'dancing girls of Calgary and the district., trained by Miss Gladys Al.tree. The ^production was a delight, not only as ft fantastic arid beautiful .spectacle, but as a dramatic achievement. The third scene, tho enchanted wood, was 'introduced with an alluring spectacle of dancing fairies in.spectral moonlight, and the effect startled and charmed the audience. Forty young glrls in multi-colored gauzy, flower-decked costumes, flitted about' the stage in the beautiful dance numbers, directed by Miss Attrec. In addition to the Calgary children were the following front Lethbridge: Norma Simpson, Adair Simpson,- Helena Simpson.- Hilda Church, .fCan Brymner, Gwen Bowman, Margaret Gibbous, and Agues Summers. The solo dances, included several difficult, and charming toe-dance-; by faith Iteselt.llie, of Calgary, and Hilda Church, Doris Smith and Thelma Nobles, of Lethbridge. Miss Kathleen .Southard gave two beautiful solos, 1 he-sleep dance and the dawn number, in two intervals In the action. �    #444i�4�� : ? �> O   * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > : : : ? : * ? : : * : : : : The Rebekahs will meet, at the Rod Cross rooms tomorrow evening at T.I'O for sewing.  a � The Xext-of-Kin association held their election of officers on April ti. The following ladies were elected: Pres.. Mrs. Barclay, ire-elected): 1st vice-pres., Mrs.' Andrew; 2nd vice-' pres., Mrs. Cranney; secretary, Mrs. M. McKay; membership secretary, .Mrs. Longworth; treasurer, Mrs. Lack-en by; counsellors, Mesdames Wurdle. Wallwork, Kelly. Leigh, Terkins, Knox, Cra'ig, Sinister and Gobelle. * *  The Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist church will hold their meeting in the church on Tuesday night, at S o'clock. A full report of the Girls' Conference will be given. All girls are urged to be present and ail the women of the church and congregation are invited. *   The,Ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's will meet at the rectory tomorrow afternoon for sewing. *   All the younger members of the Sir Alexander .GalL chapter I.O.D.E.. are asked to meet at the home of Mrs. Starnes, 7,r>0 7tU Ave., S., at a quarter to eight tomorrow evening to form some sort of an auxiliary among the girls. The systematic organization of the girls has been 'a long-felt want and a large attendance is urgently requested. *  * Mdme. Casgrain. Regent, of the Madeline de Vercheres Chapter I.O.I). B., Is coming here next week to talk on French relief. The Chapters at Cardston, Macleod, Nanton and Clares-holm are being asked to meet with the two Lethbridge chapters to hear this interesting speaker, who lectures next Friday at 'i o'clock in the K.P. hall. �  * The Art Department of the Ma thesis club will meet at the. home of Mrs. Peter Lund, C2i 9th St. S., tomorrow! afternoon at l! o'clock. * *  The young ladies of the Protheon class will meet this evening in the class room at 8 o'clock for Red Crosa sewing. Their Excellencies the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire were in Montreal last week for a short visit. The latter underwent a slight operation for the eye at the Royal Victoria Hospital. The Duke was much interested in the military hospitals, and went to visit the convalescent soldiers. * * * i Mrs. \V. F. rficks and the eight members of the J.O.C. class of Kriox church returned on Saturday from attending the Girls' conference in Calgary. The woman mayor of Florida There has been a big demand for the new LINOLEUM Advertised at reduced prices \ We were very heavily stocked but have a complete assortment yet and offer these special prices for a few days. Printed Linoleum, per yard.............Sl1^ New Process Linoleum, per yard . .......... 75c Inlaid Linoleum, per yard ............. $1.62% and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard...............'. 62V2C AUL THE NEW PATTERNS ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU TO.CALL. C. G. OLANDER 524 THIRTEENTH STREET, NORTH town has been giving an example of: v-iifit. we niRy expect when women gov- j orn us. When one of her horses broke ] loose and strayed Into neighbors' gardens, she fined,herself ten dollars,' and paid the fine promptly. i r.- * w j Many beautiful things in art were j splendidly � put. before the public, at \ the Art Exhibition held in Edmonton ', for four days of which Tuesday even- ' itig was the official opening. The large 1 building was a veritable art r.allcry '� where every branch from the limulilo beginnings i aught in the first, grade.' in the schools to the collections of the, connoisseur were beautifully displayed. A great, deal nl' time. I hough I and expense hail been given to the; arranging of the fifteen departments', wherein the-credit Is entirely due lo; the hard-working executive,-of which! .Mr. 11. \V. Dudley is the president, i * * * ! convention held in Calgary-was a pronounced suecesn. 1 tho niiinue distinction of ; only one. of its kind to b 3� PAGE NIJfll| 'Mi Gbte meek in the Gtt\? Cburchee m: Knox Church-Tiie.-'day evening at ,X o'clock, regular monthly meeihig of tho Board of Managers will be held in The S.S. last week As It. has being the held in Alberta this is most encouraging. A novel feature wasjhe large, attendance of young girls in the girls' section. Lethbridge had the largest, delegation from outside points, with about 10 members from Lethbridge and vicinity. Among the churches which sent delegates were: Knox, Wesley, Ifaptist and I'niied churches. * * * .;. .5. .% .> .% .;. .j. .5, .;. .;. .;. the vestry; at S monthly meeting ni Missionary Socieiy v school room, special will be taken. Wedtn the junior and senior Will meet, in school 1 S o'clock, service pn. jnunfon will he liel.t ; Wiesley Church- o'clock reguiir the 'Women's II !"� held ill the Kaster "ffi ring ''day at S o'clock I'. K. !:. T. ),,;:.: room, l-'iiday at .paratory t'i com I'll the ehureii. onday evening at ? GENERAL ? weddings ? : : ', �*#:? c- * * � o � 1 WORKMAN-COO.M US A quiet but pretty wedding took j place on April 1st, when Miss Blanche j Workman of llillspring and .Mr. Leslie. Coombs of CanlBton. were united 1 in marriage by President Wood. I "It may have .' tuition campaign I year it's got: to I tion one," said .studying food fads I got to gel down to : vlnced that there's been a food conver-last year, but this be a food conserva-. woman who's been We've simply ion. I'm con-to be sonic compulsory action to make everyone come to tirne. Do you noiii-e thai it's the people who sho\i. 1each-I its meeting In St. Augustine's. Wednesday evening' at. JC'KI, parochial as social Inn. Thursday evening al S. (I. 'A. f'riday afternoon at 4.1a. J. W. A.; j evening at H. intercession service; evening at S.IIO. ,choir practice. Baptist Church-Monday at 4.1a. Mission Hand; al 7.ell. 'teen age boys and girls study class. Tuesday at. s p.m.. Y. W. A. meeting in the church., Wednesday. S f�.in.. prayer meeting;. .'1 p.m.. teachers meeting. Thursday, at "., ladies aid meeting; evening at, S, choir practice. ' Christian Science-Regular weekly testimony meeting Wednesday tit S p.m. Christian Church.-:Men's aid at tit. church on Monday night for work. The ladies will meet at. the church on Wednesday afternoon to prepare a room for the Pagan*. Prayer meeting Wednesday night al. S p.m. sharp. � Choir practice Thursday night. i arrested 1.000. Minneapolis, April 7.-Nearly thousand men of military age did not. have their registration or other credentials with them taken into custody, here last wiien the police raided pool one . who 1 cards were 1 night ! rooms j and dance halls yesterday. .Many were released when they satisfied officials that they had registered and sent in their questionnaires. Hundreds were held for further investigation. Demonstration of B & I -Also The-- Princess Corsets -^--r-- From --- April 8th to 13th For every figure, the new styles of B. & I. are a revelation to those who haven't seen them and a distinct advance over anything previously attempted in Canada. Every model in Modern 'Corsetry to suit the individual needs of the multitude of wearers can be had in the Bias Filled Corset Line. The moder i corset is designed to* control the lines of the body and to give that tailored look which imparts individuality to the wearer. This the Bias Pilled Corset accomplish by their great variety of styles and measurements, among which a model can be found v to suit any figure. In selecting any of these models you' have at your disposal the services of Madame M. Hoar, a special B. & I. Corsetiere .from Toronto, who js at present in attendance in our Corset section who will give � valuable aid in the procuring of the corset, best suited to your particular figure and will personally fit you. Jr�� 260 ihe Above Are a Very Few of the Different Models We Have In Stock As We Carry a Complete Line of Both B & I and New Princess MISS CAMERON Phone"1850 604> Third Ave. S- Cheaae Waist; osfc Extraordinary TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY A SPECIAL SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED, EMBRACING ALL NEW MODELS AND SPECIALLY PRICED AT Regular values to $7.50 See them in the Windows We consider this offering big enough Jo give it an extra large space in our ad., because the values are worthy of extraordinary mention. To be candid, we never expected to locate such value, but by making purchases along with the other buyers from our various branches during the Eastern buying trip, a low enough price was obtained to bring about this offering. The materials alone are worth more than tKe cost of the waist. The blouses are especially well trimmed in so many ways, that it is almost impossible to describe them, while the colors combine all the newest and popular shades. The colors include Coral, Ivory, Old Rose, Maize, Black, Navy, Pink, Mauve, Etc. Some are plain with large sailor collar; others have most daintily silk embroidered fronts. Then again there are fine pleated effects, and" one specially beautiful model is of Maize Georgette with Cop-en collar and cuffs and diagonal insets of Copen Georgette across the front. A special display of these goods will be made in the window and our Ladies* Ready-to-Wear Section. Come and See Them TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ALL ONE PRICE 3.89 Regular Values to $750 ;