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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LI5THUmDGB DAILY HKRALD SATURDAY. AUGUST Marketing As A War-Time Measure "Market Women" getting ready for the fray. Plenty of basket room is needed "loaded up" and feeling pleased about it. Typical scene on market morning. Marketing cannot.esactiy be of the housekeepers of Britain, markets. (a, wartime occupation for woaiea, but lit most assuredly is part of every housekeeper's wartime occupation, Not so long ago it was infra dig'to f carry home your parcels. But no mat- ter whether you are Lady High and Mighty or plain Mrs. John Brown, by the time you hare Stood in a queue for hours to be'rewarded for your pains with two ounces of margarine or your ideas about such things market baskets hare suffered an ilp- heaval. This iS I he lesson that was i learned in England, where women be more particular about their v dignity and so forth than we are, or were here. .V Jn" Canada we have still a lot to 3carn In this respect, (or we" bavo not over the "order by telephone" haoit or our affe'ction for the delivery aystera. There horees or mo- tors running around to-day at the be- Every woman'Is buying her own sup- card! In1 Franca It is worse. are not only doing men's but aorso's work as well. iiarketlng -jscd to be fashionable enough In all conscience. It was con- tempbfaneaus with crinolines, poke bonnets and tatting. Grandmother did The twentieth cen- The tin it toTier Studio Closed DURING AUGUST Except for limited .class or work. Duplicate, orders, passports, etc. Ullison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK IQ Canada we have a lair supply of a! though a poor stock of In- erest Is displayed in most of therm here are five at Montreal, live al ..Winnipeg, three" at Edmonton, two at Calgary and and one at Ot- awa, Owen Sound, Peterborough, Ste. Marie, St. Catliarlnes.iKIt- Fort Wll- as s model lam, Gait, Guelph, Hamilton, .King- ten, London, Brandon, Reglna_. Sas- intoon. New Westminster, Vancouver, Victoria, Mdacldri and St. Jimif. As tor the market, that is such model that women delight to frequent t and that It is one of the show places ot the it Is a case of the country visitor, who, when he went tc he zoo and saw a giraffe (of the flrs( jnie, declared: "There are no slch animal." >The market Is there all we arc not particularly alive to Us ei Istence. That is Just, trouble. A percentage of. women know the ftrst'thing about' their.niunlclpa raarkels. Out of the million and- a half women or eo who are responslbl for the homes of this country only om here and there has the mar kcttng habit Supposing some of tlieir began to take the: matter into consid set the pace In markets, and we hav eration. Why not f every'reason to be ashamed when, we Interest could be stimulated by the realize how backward we are In 'Can press, moving picture theatres; and ads. In Lhl regard. The market has I women's organizations. Where mar- been an'v Institution in Europe ior are already established may tury Is apt to poini ol housewifely discretion. Whether H Is a question of "distance lends en- chantment to the or-whether her housekeeping, really was superior to that1 of recent years, the fact re- mains that the Market Basket Lady Is now one of our moat fashionable pieces of patriotic in> to the bargain. A good market is not -like Topsy h'o "just growed." It needs stimulus and the mdre'force behind.it the bet er. Surely It Is" from the women who are so concerned about catering 'or theSr'-famriies In these days "th'a his momentum must come. War con demand simpler methods buying anfl selling. The-more com plicated thet system, the. higher th cost will IneVltably be. The market i the most-direct means of commercia exchange in Europe ha 3 Ottawa SI, Hull, P.Q.; FoV a veir, I suffered ft m, bemp forced to m becV forfij e j. tried all kinds of medicine but without getting better; and thought I would never be able. to walk again. "One day.whilp lying in bed, I read abou; 'yruit-a-tivcs' the great fruit medicine'; and it seemed Just what I needed, so I clecided to try it. Tke first box. helped tnet and I took the tablets regularly' until every trace. of the Rheumatism left me. have tz'fry confidence: in iivcs' and strongly recommend them. to every LORENZO LEDUO. 50c. a boT. 6 for trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt of pried-by Fruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa, Ont. Solve of Rapid Ad- vance of-A'rtillry With1 Infantry years, aid Ixindon and Paris 'have flourishing' wholesale as well as retail CURES ECZEMA Doctors are discarding Ine old un- snccessfuriocal treatments and giving this discovery. Why? .Because they get .quick; relief and permanent results. t and Sold In Lethbridge by THE KENNY ALLIN CO, LTD.. DRUGGISTS. GRAY ANPW0 TUBES let Us Put A Diamond Tube In Your Hands WE invite you to come to _, our store for a test I want tor.put a Diamond Tube, in your hands, have you qoality init, try to stretch give it any other test Then'youll understand why vDiomond Tubes outwear cars, tires, cars. You can put a under the seat or'in your casing and it hold its life -for Even if you' get a piancture, it can be patched time and time again. Pot a Diamond m Diamond cuing and yoahare the tke ie aroused from '-the; dead-and-alive condition Into .bl them have drifted- One can think'of mar- kets thaii'are like Sleepy; Hollows, where the country people peddle their wares'-and -a desultory handful of clll wander in to see.what they can pick'up. There are exceptions; but the majority of our markets need strong feminine backing, and plenty of -It Then there might be many more mar- kets. It is estimated that a population of will readily stand one, so that there are hundreds displaces where they might be Instituted by rauuiclpal grant "If it Is once realized that marketing is part of the business, food con- servation women will the more read- ily tahe it up. By concerted effort; they could put more ginger into their local markets Inside of "a month than has permeated them for they been'allowed to languish for want of. a fostering care. What .everyone Is most -conecfnei about theso rlays, after the feeding o thersoldiars and our Allies, la thi mnch-ndallgned H.C.'of L. He la the Very, dickens of a fellow, for keeping people worrying, and might'almost be called the Horrible Jus at present-'j He can be admirably checkmated; however, If city and cb.ui try get after him together and the bei ter the municipal market'In'any cit; the more trade there1 will undoubtedly be for dealers. The'peopl who come Jn from the country two three timfsva weelc inevitably brin Kith them'a fair vplamo of buslnes that would otherwise never, touch th city dealer. It must bft remembered that: warkctlng Involves 'coiiaidei, more than occasional attendance at a municipal market. It means the per- sonal attention of the housekeeper where' the buying and Inspection of food supplloa arc too, that In so far as possible, house- hold "purchases of food, would bo put oh the "each and baslB.Th'e re- sult would b6 fiatisfaclory from every standpoint. Personal marketing on a wholesa39 scale would Goon be reflect' ed In the cost of living, and further' more, delivery men would be released for necessary war work; '-i; adiiin draft laws. _ There will -ba a general registration taken throughoul Canada of all such men and on the expiration of "the sixty days they wll be called upon to report for service Ail Americans resident in Canada who wish to plffce themselves under the American hri? and dealre Infer mation "as to should-apply to the consul, are now belni forwarded from'Washington-: American citizens resident In Can ada of the ages (20 or 31 44, bot inclusive, are allowed thirty days from be .fiied fo ie men of each1 ages niter the laws of the United States ilher.to volunteer.'or to claim eiemp on.j For the present however, thes ien are not no call ha el been- issued-In the United State or this class. ,t On Tho French Front In France, Aug. lavas The French armored car has taken such aa ImiiorUnt part In recent operations that It may really bo called a new arm ot the service. French tacticians have worked out a method of employ- ing them so that tbcso nrmored cars seem to have solved thd problem of the rapid advance ot the artillery with Infantry. They are In constant touch with Ihe commander of operations and co-oper- ate with'the aviation and the artillery arid Infantry by means of tageatous signals. Carrier pigeons Veep headquarters informed as to their progress. Freueh are now employing three Models.of armored cars, the St. Cha- weighing 23 tons and' carrying crew of eight; the Cthelder, 13 tons, nd panned by a crew of six, and the leault, slit tons, and two soldiers. The machines fight in large format- ons forming batteries and groups. batteries, of light cars are, easily con- ealable In sheH holes and clumps of ushcs. They have been particularly useful In the present operations in de troylng machine gun nests and block- louses and paralyzing the counter of- ensives. They also have operated against enemy artillery. ,They might be called armored infantry on wheels. The crews of these cars are giving extraordinarily'proofs of their disre- gard for danger and bravery. None Is required to serve In cars but they are) manned only by volunteers. The French mobile tanks present a striking contrast to_ the German machines which" have been captured In recent Some of these have been Sultry Days of August, of Specials in I v AIL Manner of Hot; Weather Wear- :_. ables These Hot .Weather Specials have been arranged for Saturday Night to lake care of those of our customers who want to be comfort- able during these hot, sultry days of August; and mind, you aie going to have these hot days tn> September as well. The varlout PRICED FOR SATURDAY NIGHT SELLING; will give you a hint of the type of goods requir- ed for vreariiiE, '-.'_' You .can bQ cool and comfortable simply by wearing the right kind pt clothes i ,v, ON" SALE SATURDAY NIGHT From 6.30 to 9.30 NO PHONE ORDERS, APPROVALS' OR'C. O. D. ON THESE S SPECIALS examined by the correspondent. They welgh_35 tons and are bad copies of English and French' tanks. I tumps. WashingtonTMug. of War Baker will recommend that the draft be made from 18 to 45 years. was an .nounced today by Senator Cham- berlain, chairman of the senate, committee, following a, conference with the secretary. LADIES' COMBED SILK LUSTRE HOSE -'Full fashioned in the popular grey shade. 49c LADIES'SILK MERCERIZED HOSE, in'.wiiHe or black. Sizes .8 to 10. Pair 49c Pair LADIES'HIGH GRADE HOSE In white lisle. Sizes to 10. 39c SPECIAL GLOVE SILK HOSE; In all colors including white, Regular pair. Pair Two pairs for........................................... pairs "Perfecf'Coffee-- SPerfectty Madef is tKe Title of a Booklet Kttve issued to enable tKose vino enjoy delicious, fragrant coffee, to slvlajls liave it. TKsre are Wo essentials to ttw perfect cup of right cojfst and tke right to 194 CHASE MONTREAL crid feartm of VSJ CeflW KEEP.-THE LITTLE ONE COOL IN-A PAIR OF THESE SPECIAL HIGH GRADE HALF HOSE Regular 35c pair. Saturday night, ng for J3C KEEP COOL YOU NEED THE RIGHT KIND Of UGHT SUMMER CORSET To meet tills iunt wo have laid out the well known no D fi. A. Corsets, regularly sold at ?125, for..............5oC .THE.HOT WEATHER SPECIALS INCLUDE PARTICULARLY WASH SKIRTS AND WASH WAISTS You will find an ample of these on display In the waist arid skirt section. Here are two LAWN WASH WAISTS Some all white, olhcra a neat pin- Btrlpe. These haye a deep, open sailor collar. Saturday night -TO _ .7J........................... ____ WHITE OVER SKIRTS A rery; special line In a good stout drill, 'Tvell made. V'' At, each T U B L i jBaalim Motor Company I Ottawa, have been sent out. ib riitlsfrars and deputy rcetntrnri throughout Canada ander Military Sertlce Act outlln Ing procedure In regard to Ho enlist ment o( American cHtiertt In Canada subject fo tho draft laws under the now Canadian-American convention All male Americana of the ages 21 to 30, both Inclusive, are glyen sixty fays either to enlist or enroll Tolunlarltf In the Canadian or to claim diplomatic at the expiration of (tie sixty dtya iheao men have done Nothing gard to military aulo- mallcallf become subject lo the Can You Will Enjoy Y0iir Vacation if you Spend i Jr. it at Waterton Lakes J Canada's Beauty Spo'' FISHING, BOATING, DANCING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING Good at per Day at tke HAZZARD HOTEL HOrk. AND CA1INS ARE FOR SALE. WHITE CANVAS TANGO PUMPS ..Wjlh vuMrer Wea.nnd heels. Finished with a neat n tin poplin how. Saturday night titVV GIRLS' "MARY JANE" ANKLE STRAP SLIPPERS Mado of patent .Has the popular spring heel. Siites 3 to Sizes i1 to SHIRTS V atSOc each 5 llowjn Only this litltt.-ia ilirit aaSOfted rAllcriiS and stiff The regular prko }1.50 MAKE THE WALL LOOK COOL WITH OUR NEW. "SANITILE" WALL COVERING We bare seven patterns in this, apd. the width 48 inches. Special Satiirdnf night, COpLDRINKS Grape prats, bottle 25c MmtMrat Line Joke, pats, bottle......'.... 49c Hobrobks Rwpberry Vinegar, bottle 33c KovaL LeaMoade Powder, tin............. 23c Rotes Lime Jince Cordial, sweetened, bottle 45c AND HERE IS SOMETHING TO DRINK THEM OUT 2 dozen only, TUMBLERS, 314 Inches high. Regular ft" ?160. dozen. Special, dozen 10 dozer, only, 01..ASSES, sulUhle for eierydsy 1 Special, dozen '6 dozen OLASSES. Regular 43.50. 1 1O" Special, dozon ;