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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APHIL 29, 1918 HYMN TO THE mothers Oo(i IjIbhs tlio niotliei's bravo For (.0 UiQ world llioy giivo, Thoao sons bo truti. Not tills tliG end )u alglit. Nol. Uiia tho vision bright. When love made labor liBlit Not this at all! As babes around her knoe. These sous yet Bbem to bo, Whom now we call, "Pis hnr aeChsemane' To aond tli^m o'er the soa, Yet, must she loyal bo To caii8e of right. '1 God bless the niothern hore, When fluty stprn sUaH leur Their loved away, lyot not the world travail, In war without avail; In right let us prevail, Oraul- ui thine (U(i! ; � 13. ItltihunI Nortliiim. '.; i � . � � LetlibridKf-.  ft  -S" *�>>� � � ; > > ' PERSONAL :xi)C(;t to C. � O >: > * ? > SOCliAL EVENTS THE LETHBtllDr.R DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE one sliuuld miss tlirini, w'llln the exhibit that Kev. ilugli Dobson v/lll bring is well known as one of tlie fin-�Ht in v;ostorn Canada and wa.'j prepared at enorinods (�i.vpcnHe. Othei' interoflting featurps will Ijo the Little Mother's X^fcnionstratlon class and the proiiarhifj of charts. Best or all will bo Uic judging of the liahios of under one yoaiv and between one and two i'ear.^. The little dimpled darlinggs will be out ill full fori-e, 'I'Ikm'c is already a great iniinbcr rggisUired and it is to bi- liopcil lliai si ill more will (filler. This can be diiiic by Iciiviiig llio iianio with tiie nursing Miissioii. 42.S i:uli St. H. !t Is Imped (o m;tl;c this an annual affair and .liidging by tlii3 amount of Iritcrc.l, thai i.s lining taken in it it will bo llio most siici'es-,j I fill campaign ever jihnincd in I,eth-,j j bridge. 15. 41 I Tluil such ciiimiKiIgn.s are a nn.ccs-! sity is evinced by Ihc fuel, liuU, our Ciller-1 uostorn jirovinci's are somcwliat bc-r ]n;o-(lii"d tlie others in percentage of iii- Mra. Eddy on Saturday last tainod quite a number of young pi , pie at her homo at the ii'elger fa-rm | ''ant mortalities, v.'itli till! puriiose of raising Ited (^ross funds . A most novel and enlurluinlng afternoon was spent b.v the guests who liegan the afternoon by rousing sels of tennis followed by a "bean" sup-pot which was much enjoyed ,afl,er tlu; slronuoiis cfforls of the afternoon, in the ovoiiing there was an impromptu Iirogram followed liy a dance. The proceeds were most amounting to $25, l^ondon, ICnglaml. has reduced ils Infant niorlalily i-ale to ST per 10(10 birtb.s hisl year, .New York lo ill per 1000, >;ew Zeiiland to UK, v.-hilc_ C'linada city and country lias a rale of 140 jier tUousuiul, Many oV our cities have rates from 100 to 200' per tOon. In some proviuces, .Mauitoija for cxani-pl(!. the infant niorlalily is higher in sathU'aclory, i im-al dislricts Mian in liie cily. Wiiini-I peg iuifi a lower death rale (h;i!i llie j rest of the province outside of llial Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. i'^urmau assisted j city, Ry ch^aii milk, sanitary suiicr-bviMiss .Mary Clark enterlainiMl a ; vision and education of llio motliers of few friends with music and carrl playing at Iheir re.-^idence Kriday evening last. Among the but of town guests were Mr. John Bird and .Mr.s, .i. 11. Alc-fJonuid, Messrs. Jack Craycrofl and Wra. McDonald, of ,Moni;lain View and Mr. and Mrs. II, H. i'ilon of Medicine Hat, Mr. W. J. Skiuard of Medicine Jiat. f.i It, Last Saturday :prior to his departure for Uegina, Mr. A. R. DeMatibey was presented with a handsome wrist-watcli from the staff of the Bank of Montreal. At the same time Mr. Percy Irwin was presented with a fountain pen and a cigarette care in recognition of his services at the same place. Those two popular boy.s have enlisted with the II. N. W. M. Pj  �  > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? > .;, > .j. ij. The Uebekalis will meet for R-id Cross sewing loni.-jrrow night at 7.30. m > m  A meeting of llio Girls Auxilariy will be held at the home of iMrs. Starnes, ! 750 7th Ave. S.. at 7.30 sharp tomorrow night. A full attendance is re-()uesteii as important busiueas is to bo taken up.  * * The young ladies of the Prothoon class will meet tonight for Rod Cross sowing at 7.45 in the class room. Kindly bring in all work whether fiuislied or unfinished.  * The Young Ladies Sodality are giv-Tn.g an at home in tfie S. O. E. hull at !) o'clock sharp tonight. ? ? ? ? ? > > ? ? ? : ? ? : BABY WELFARE Special .sermon.s were given at the cily cluirchea yesterday in connection with Baby Welfare week and have awakened much interest in this niost iii.slruclive and interesting campaign which is to be held here on May 2ud and 3rd. next Thursday and Friday. The lectures to be given by the doctors will be most practical and no It costs you'nothing to know how nearly perfect your baby is. A prize is given for the highest marks. Babies of I year and under examined the first day (May 2) ; babies up to 2 years on May 3rd. Enter your baby's name at the NURSING MISSION, 428 13th St., or PHONE 1233 before Monday night. May 2nd MantWelfare FgEE To AH A Nursery is provided where competent people will care fqr the childrett their mothers enjoy the programme. . Wiiiiiiiieg, Winnipeg rcdticeit Us lUsilli rale lo one half in three years. While .Saskatchewan lias I he sec'Ond lowest infant mortality rate in Canada (reg-islnitioi\s are not compleU', in Uie prairie provinces) nevertlielGss lier rural death rate is higher than London, lilngland witii all its slums. As many die under one yeai as from one year to forty-five, vvhlie fifty pei-cent of all deaths occur under five years of age and 00 per cent under l!i years of age. We lose ".0.000 children under five j'oars of age from prevent-able causes every year in Canada. We may well speak of our swollen casual-tie.i. We must and wo will lower our casualty lists at home. *  9 The following letter was received from the Secretary Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. IC: �aiarch 29. ljj.S. France. The Ladies of Lethbridso: Just a line to tliank yon for the beautiful -"Hoeks and the cigarettes you sent to all we 39th men. AVe do ap-jireciate the v.'ay you think of all of up. wlicn working for ;he battery-the Winnipeg men of the Zl\h of which I am one and the reinforcements, no matter wliere they come from. You scud enough for all of us. and we get sliaro and share alike witli your own men. U is indeed good of you. I am sharing a littio shack with one ot your men. Jeff J'ollard. at present, and 1 never-had a bolto.f chum or was more comfortable since I came to I i' Alberta are being iiiold concurreiilly with the law examinations.  � r Success crowned the efforts ot those in charge of tlie arrangements for the annual tea sale hold in Ottawa by the Society of the Friends of the Poor. H was hold under the distinguished patronage ot Mer Excellency, the Duchess of ]>evonshire and Lady Borden, l^ady Laurier, Mrs. C. ,]. Doherly, Mrs. C. ?. Ballantyne, .Madame ^lolduc, Ludy Fitzpalriek, Mr.s. K. N, Rhodes, Lady Drayton, Lady Caron, Madame Chabot and Mrs. P. Davis.    Many western women have answered the call made for more teachers in Alberta, the dire need having been clearly explained by Mrs. Nellie Mc-Ciung'in hor recent visit lo Vancouver, Of the large numbipr going from Vaiicouvei-, many arc married women and Bnglish women who have taught before, and sumo are university girls. No teachers iuivo loft the staff of the Vancouver schools for work in Alberta, howcvei'. M �  A silent revolution is proceeding (n the business life of (^anada which in-vclves tho oiuergenco of women into a mucli wider sphere than that formerly occupied by them. The places of many of ^he men called iip.tnust be filled by wDmeh, although a fevii male clerks may bo obtajned from among Birthday Pric'SS 013 Ladies'Wear ladies' CLOTH SUITS. A most beautilul raiiKC to svlcrt tvoiii in Serges and Viloins, 'I'lic colors 'ii-elude amongst ntln r,^. sage griM^ii. black, navy, black ami white checks, etc, Tii" regular values run up to .f-ij.iiii, liut they arc all going at a special Birthday price of .....28.48 children's GINGHAM and print dresses, .�\ssurti'I colors., Sizes C to t' yeai-ri. Birthday price ....... sateen and heatherbloom underskiftr. In navy, -brown and black, licgiihir Birthday price ....... 1.28 1. itn Unprecedented Vim Our Doors Opened Yesterday Morning to a Day's Selling Never Before Reached in the history of This Store. A T,!.\'lv of cnSTOMFRS WAS A("rC.\llv WAlTiXC for TllK 1M;0I!K to Ol'IC.X AND L\ LFSS TIIAM FlVli: :\ii.\(,;tfh .all wmiK cusv at v.muous counteus. A.\D H00.\' Tlil'i S'VOKK AV.V.S lltJ.M.MlXG with AC-TIViTV. WiC V^'FUtO TAivK.V liV Kt:lil'ltlSK. MANV lo'i's which WIO HAD l^i.KPKCTFII TO l.\S'I' FOR OXK D.W'S SI':LL1XG WlCltF COMi'LKTlCLV FXHACST-KD LX A liOimS; AXD iMAXY WKUK DISAP- poixtki). .so PLEASE COMiO FAllLY tomoukow To IXSI.'liK .SBCURLXG ONK OF ouu BIRTHDAY BAUGAIXS FOR TUESDAY. -, y r y � bars '.......................... 0*M\ Large Cartomi North West Soda Biscuits. Regular | |\A 40c pk*- Birthday, price, 3 pkts................ l.Uv Medium Size tins Pork and Beans. Regular 20c. Af^- Birthday price, ,3 tins .......................... flUC Libbys' 2 lb. tins Roast Beef. Regular .W-l". Birthday price, tin ...............'.............. #0C Quaker Rolled Oats. Regular 3iic. Qft�� , Birlhday price ................................ OvC Libbys' 2 !b. tins Roast JIutton. Regular $1.2,^. QC� Birthday price............................. 0�>C 2V2 lb. I ins Roast iMuttbn. Regular $1,25. -i ft A Birthday price, 3 tins ....................... i.vU rackets Creamettes j\rncaroni. Regular 15c. DZgt Birthday price, 2 pkts.......................... CiOC ON'S BAY CO. Birthday Prices for Men and Boys MEN'S IMPORTED BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. British make. All Bizes. Worth 60c. Birthday AQgt price, pair............... TtOC MEN'S EXTRA flNE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Either .stiff or soft cuffs. A fine range of neat stripe patterns. Past colors. Regular $1.50. | lO Birthday price ........... X*l0 MEN'S NEW SPRING CAP8 tu tweeds, fancy worsteds and silks. Regular ?1.75. Birthtjay � 1 Ofi price.................... MEN'S FINE IRISH LINEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS. Regular 50c each. Birthday QQ _ price, 3 for............... 5foC BOYS' BLOOMERS Made of extra good quality tweeds and worsteds. Sizes Si to 35- Regular J1.75. Birthday -t 00 price ----........ ....... la^O Regular $2.25. Birtliday | qa price.................... 1*00 Regular $3.00. Birthday n mo price .................... tL�*tO BOYS' LEATHER BELTS in black, tan and brown. Sizes 24 to OQ_ 30. Birthday price ........ bOC under-age lads and returning soldiers mustered out as no longer fit. Since the xC-ar began several thousand women have been added to the stuffs of the banks of Canada to take the place ot part of the men who have enli.?ted. TJie woman bank cleric has come lo staj-. She is\a striking example of woman's widening spliere. ^ If Wire baskels will be found very useful articles for kitchen use. They may be used for washing vegetables and fruits and draing them, I\Iucli timo can be,saved iti peeling tomatoes by plunging the basket filled wilh tomatoes into hot water and then into cold wfiler. Pol a toes can be placed in one of- those baskets wliicli tits into a larger kettle, the jiotatoes' being cooked in tlie steam from the boiling vegetables bolo\y. The baskets can also be Used for deep-fat frying^ for doughnuts, French fried pbtatops, crullers, polulo' chips, ('roquettes, etc. .. Af^chbishop IPELAND ILL St'., |l^aijl. ApfifiiO.--The condition of An,hbishq!p  Joiiii irelaudv "'V*(i8  still crlt1tai,todtW:,.l�tH it was i^tatad at.his home here tliat, Ue had passed a restful';, m. "M to in the Gitt Cburcbee Knox.-Monday evening, 7; 30, Boy Scouts will meet in tlio school room, \yodiiosday,8:00, Teachers' training class. Thursday evening, 7:30, there will be a meet'ing ot Ilie Kriox tennis unsuccessfully attacked An Atlantic Port, April 29.-A large I'^rench trans-.-\tlaniic liner which arrived here today was unsuccessfully attacked by f submarine when two days from a Froneli port. The torpedo passed astern and the merchantman gave battle. Cruisers convoying the li�r joined in tho fight and tlie U-bo*t Jled with several of the war-s\ui>s Is inirsulL r ] club and all interested are asked meet in the vestry. Wesley.-.Monday, 7 to S, Camp Fire girls; S:15. public service in the ip-terests of food conservation and Y.M., C.A. work by Mr. Trefzo and Capt.l Pearson. 1'uesday, 3 to 4, meeting' for public intercession on behalf of allies in Wesley church; 7:30, meeting of Boy Scouts; 8:00, Annual Bible school uiaeting. Wednesday, 3:00 p. m., Ladies' Aid meeting; 8;00 p.m., general prayer and praise service. Leader, Rev. W'm. Buchanan. Thursday, 8:00, choir practise. United.- Monday evening, 7:30, meeting of the board ot stewards iu the t'nited church liall; meeting of teachers ot the girls' department In the parsonage. "Tuesday evening, 8:00. annual Sunday school meeting in the United church hall. Wednesday. 8:00, missionary cantata in the United church hall, also lantern slides on China. Offering taken. S<. Crypian'a.-.Monday eveiiling 7:3t). Boys' club. Tuesday even n.g, S:00. Intercession servioe; 8:30, Teachers' meeting; 0:30, Junior auxiliary. Thursday afternoon, 3:00, Women meet at Red Cross. Friday. 8:30, choir practice. St. Mary's,-Tuesday, 8:30, Teachers' meeting; Tueqdas', 3 to 4, intercession service in V St. Augustine's cliufch.^ Wednesday, 8:30, Parochial aasociatioH. ' Thursday. 8:00, Annual meeting of the Olrls* auxiliary; 8:30, Vestry meeting at the home of Rev. A. E. gjiow, 1224 3i'd Avenue, soutlJ. Friday, 8:00, Intercession serviM; 4:15, J, \V. A.; 8;;!0, choir practice. Baptist.-Tuesday evening, 7:30, Canadian girls in (raining will meet iu the church, Wednesday evening, no prayer meeting because ot the services iu the Christian church. Thursday evening, 8:30, Ordination service. Ji'riday, 2 to u. Red Cross sewing. ;^ L,p.S.-There will be no meeting an'�'ij^! Tuesday iu the L.D.S. churcli; Christian Science,--Wednesday, 8 p.m., regular testimony meeting. Christian, (Phon� 502,)-Special revival meeting in church evpry night except Saturday night at 8:00. Red Cross sewing at Red CroBs rooms Frl-day afternoon at 2:30. 'The new ail-dresfi'of the pastor to CIS Tib 3LH. ;