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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 30,1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Fall Term Opening DAY SCHOOL-Tuesday, September 4th. NIGHT SCHOOL-Thursday, September 6th. All Commercial 8ubj�eta Taught In a Thorough and Up-to-D�te Mnrtntr. PERSONAL "You should not be satisfied with a amall jsalary. You have a right to earn big wages. But In all seriousness-you cannot earn a big aalary until you are trained to do high grade work-every business man will tell you so. The moral Is, get ready; the command la, do It at once." CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION During this week the oHIce will be open �rHcieii( School""" ""�""""'3"sso- GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE BUSINESS PHONE 1315 RE8IDENCE PHONE 1531 411 EIGHTH STREET 80UTH, LETHBRIDGE ^fie Emblem MILADI NOTHING NEW IN IT. Jessie Roberta demands men's pay tor women. Most of tho married women we know get men's pay right along, except what little men can hold out (or tobacco and fish bait.- Houston Post. NEXT-OF-KIN 10 Leo. M. Coombes TEACHER OF Voice, Piano ami : : Harmony : : Lethbridge Conservatory of Music STUDIO, ROOM 1, PHONE 765 In order to secure satisfactory periods early arrangements will be necessary. On Tuesday evening next a meeting will be held in lethbridge either in the G. W. V. A. Club or in the S. O. E. hall for the purpose of organizing a Lethbridge branch of the Great War Next-of-Kin Association, whose present headquarters are in Calgary. Branches have already been formed In Calgary, Medicine Hat and Vancouver and It Is hoped to make the association Dominion-wide. Sergt. Holmes Jowett. formerly president of the Trades and Labor Council here, is responsible for calling the Lethbridge meeting to which the wives and parents of soldiers arc invited. Mrs. Alice L. Grevett, president of tho Calgary association will be present to explain the alms and objects of the organization, and she will bo assisted by Mrs. Jowett, membership secretary of the Medicine Hat branch. Tho purposes and objects are as follows: To Becure economic justice for men and women who have taken part in the great war; and for men and women who are dependents of the former, including widows and bereaved parents ; to be of mutual help and benefit, and to educate women in the duty of higher citizenship. To carry on an educational campaign which will result in the placing of the responsibility of the care of soldiers, veterans and their dependents entirely on the government, thereby eliminating the stigma of charity. Mrs. Hugh Taylor has returned from an extended visit in the cast. * � � Mrs. McCaltum's section of the Re-bokulis will meet with Miss Evelyn Proctpr, 530 12th street south, on Friday at 8 p.m. * * . * Mrs. Wm, Ingram, with MIbb Lucy and Master Sydney, have .returned homo from Cannon Beach and Portland, Oregon, where they spent tho summer. * * d Tho mombers of Knox choir are reminded that this evening at 8 sharp the first rehearsal of the soason will ho held. It Is hoped that every member in town will endeavor to be present. * * * E. M. Macdonald, M.P., and Mrs. Mncdonald, o� Ottawa, announce the engaKoment of their daughter, Constance Mary, to Mr. Dimitry Tor-Assa-turoff, Functionary for Special Missions of the Russian Ministry of Finance, the marriage to take place quietly on September 12th, at Plctou, N.S. � *  Among tho nlnoty-fiVe women and fourteen men students who are attending Normal school at Calgary are tho following from Lethbridge: May M. Ballantyne, Hannah S. Main, Kathleen Mason, Nora It. McCormlcb, Jessie M. Roblson, Davina Sang, Olive M. Williams, Nellie Squires and Albert G. Armstrong. � � * The circulating library ordered by tho Mathesis club from McGlll. University, has arrived and Is in charge of tho club librarian, Mrs. Cameron. The library consists of forty volumes which cover the entire work of each department of the club. Members wishing to obtain these may obtain full particulars by calling1 Mrs. Cameron at telephone 1358. IMMEDIATELY OPERATIVE. Winnipeg, August 29.-The Ottawa correspondent of the evening Free Press says: "Tho conscription act will immediately become law, with all the clauses operative except those calling the Mrfl. P. Moncrelff, who has been visiting friends In the city, has returned to her home in Calgary. �  � The ladles'' society of the P,. of L.j V. and E. will meet for Red Cross sew- j Ing on Friday afternoon at 2.SO with ; Mrs. A. E. Hall, 811 7th nveniie south, j Mrs. Charles Grant, who has been j In California for several months, is spending a few days with Mrs. K.\ Lumbard en route to join her husband who is now in Winnipeg with the A. Macdonald Co. * * * Mrs. W. If. Marrs received word to! day that her brother Major J. W. i Shaw of Clinton, Ont., who went to j England with the lGlst battalion, has' been promoted to a lleutenant-eoloncl and expects to leave shortly for the front.  * � Fruit and vegetables left over when closing hour comes ai: the Calgary market, are being salvaged and can-nod by tho Associated Consumers." Tho work is being done in a vacant wing of the building, and tho finished product sold. The Associated Consumers got the idea of thus utilizing the produce that would otherwise be wasted, from the Women's League of New York, where they work late at night conserving and preserving the surplus produce given them by the dealers. The women of Hamilton are following a similar procedure. /  * * BJORKLUND-THILL The marriage took place at tho Evangelical parsonage, Pakowki, Alta., on Saturday evening, Aug. 25th, of Miss Evelyn Thill of Orion, Alta., to Mr. Eddie Richard Bjorklund of the same place. Rev. J. Golding officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stramberg were present to witness the ceremony. classes to report. When regulations and tribunals arc completed Which will require two or three week's work a proclamation will be issued, ordering those of the classes subject to call 'single men between 20 and 34 years of age,' to report at points in their several districts, which will be designated in the proclamation. The parliamentary committee to select one member for each of the primary appeal courts has not yet been completed, owing to delay In securing from the opposition leader the names of thoso who are to be appointed by him to this body." PATRIOTIC GIRL. "And she frowned upon his an)';." "Yes; she told him it ought to bo khaki." Turning forks thnt are unaffected by temperature, therefore: are accurate nnder all conditions, have been invented by a Frenchman. During the treacherous days of summer insure the babies' health with Crystal Dairy Pure Milk Babies live principally upon milk.. It constitutes the greatest portion of their diet and for that reason a mother should be unusually careful that the milk she feeds the infant is pure and nourishing. Crystal Dairy Milk is absolutely pure milk because it is both clarified and pasteurized. It Is unadulterated, sweet and wholesome. ORDER IT TO BE DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EVERY MORNING. Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 STYLES SHOWN AT III Riotous and gay colorings have little place In the new fall millinery. Rather, there is a note of quiet subdued soberness as suggested by the extreme popularity of Buch colors as beetroot, taupe, and various shades of browns. Black is more popular this season than �;ver. A soft shade of gray called sphinx gray. Is very pretty and most effective when combined with black. But there are a few bright shades that no doubt � will be used to relieve the sombre tones, such as Russian red, "iron rust" and mahogany. The crowns of, the hata show a decided change as this season there are military crowns copied from the sombrero, long crowns, collapsible crowns, beehive crowns, and the over popular tarn crown with slight changes. The feather mounts and ornaments offer a varjed assortment but pompoms made of wool in various colors are very novel, the Blot mount made of feathers is very attractive, while hatpins of jet in fancy shapes are again popular. Flowers, the small French variety, trim the dress hats and chenille in bright colors is made into most attractive fruit, flowers and foliage. Wool stitching, on the crowns of hats especially is still in vogue. At Miss Cameron's a most unusual hat on military lines has a crown in the sombrero style of khaki silk with a black velvet brim, the only trimming being two bright metal maple leaves In the front. While tulle forms the brim of a dress hat edged with white satin with a soft white satin crown, flat white feathers being laid on the brim. Grapes of blue, and beige chenille, formed the effective trimming on a purple velvet mushroom shape hat. A small toque of black ostrich feathers was most effectively trimmed with black ospreys. At Miss Johnston's, a smart large hat of black hatter's plush with turned up brim was trimmed with a Blot mount. A very, large sailor of black velvet had a crown of sphinx gray velvet' with gray silver edged ribbon encircling the crown. The new iron rust shade, something similar to terra cotta, was seen in a tricorne of velvet, stitched with wool with a tailored bow of the wool. White silk faced a large black velvet sailor which was trimmed with /white silk fringe. At Jft. and J. McLeay's the new Russian fed is featured in a number of hats, one being a red bird smartly perched on a small black velvet shape. A Chinese hat of black velvet had a crown of royal blue corded ribbon finished with a yellow silk tassel. A combination of felt and velvet wns shown in black velvet with limo green felt crown and part brim, the felt being stitched in black and trimmed with one jot hat pin. A small military shape of black velvet was trimmed with a whito wool, pompom and stitched with tho white wool. At Miss Tilney's a smart turn shape almost on Chinese lines of shirred taupe velvet was trimmed with cerise chenille. A particularly pretty hat was of rose velvet, there were three �mall brims and the black hatpins of Jet. added a chic touch. A hat on �port lines of blue velvet was stitched with gold chenille, with a chenille ornament adorning the front. Black heron feathers were smartly placed In the front of a large dress hat of black hatter'* plus*. y*hlch had a �mall let butterflr o� tUie upturned Mm. At Mr* JloMeskln's. In North Lath- It is most ess should be neatly This cam be acc outlay during S younr boy or girl ashed at a [email protected] moderate eek at the "Bay9 Store A:''iiiagnificent showing of NcwrSuits. New Coats, : : : Dresses, Waists, Sweaters, Skirts and Underwear that will be greatly admired. Our 'Showing of Fur Sets and Fur Coats is unsurpassed, displaying Hudson and Electric Seals and fine Muskrat Coats, styles of Sets. Grocery Specials for Friday and Saturday Crown Syrup, 10 ib. tins. Special...............$1.00 Heedless Kaisins, Special pksjf. 10c Seeded Raisins, Special pky. l(>c Pure Lard, 3 Ifo. pails. Special 04c Crisco, iy2 IT). Special, tin. .. 42c Pure Maple Syrup, quart bottles, Special.................�4c Glycerine Toilet Soap, Special 3 cakes................. 27c Round-Toilet Paper, 5-foi? ... 25c Hani Flush, Special 2 Una for 45c Ivory Soap, 5 cakes ..-----2oc Cream Custard, regular 25c. Special, tin.......10c Christie's Sodas, 2 It), tin .... 45c bridge, thora are on display a varied assortment bt fall hats for every occasion, especially the popular street hat on tailored lines. Sailor shapes in black velvet with novel trimmings are here: in great variety. There aro some very pretty children's hats in various shapes nnd materials. SICK WIPE'8 STORY 3URPRISE3 LETHBRIDGE The following has surprised Loth-bridge: A business man's wife suffered from dyBpcpulu and constipation tor, years. Although she dieted she was so Imdly bloated her elotheH would not v fit. / ONE SPOONFUL buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka' relloved her INSTANTLY, Because Adler-I-ka, empties iflOTH large and small intestine It relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas and prevents appendicitis, It n�� QUICKEST action of any-thlngfye ever �old.~J. D. tylghtbothaifi 6 Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge.- Advertisement. PARIS CONFERENCE United Action Necessary to Win Victory Since tho first war conference in I'nrls, the Allies huvo been Working steadily towards a common plan.' It was realized early in the war that united action and co-operation ,were esBontial to victory. United action and co-oporation aro essontial in the Dominion if Uio country is to boar tho'heavy financial burden of the war. Your dollars uro needed. The men at the front art) fighting fof yqu. Get into tho financial trenches and tight' for them,' Every home, every workshop, every factory, every store, evory business in tho country should be organized for investment in War Savings Certificates. If every family in the Dominion gave five dollars a month towards the purchase ot war bonds, the sum at the end of a year would total over one hundred million dollars. The country needs that money. The National Debt has, been increased by over half a billion in the last three years. Your dollars are wanted. E-10 HONOR EARL GREY Ottawa, Aug. 29.-News of the death in England of Earl Qrey was received in all circles at the capital this morning with genuine feelings of regret. People in nil walks of life joined in, paying tribute to tho memory of the man who> for several years^reprosent-ed His Majesty in the greatest of tho overseas dominions. MONTREAL CI.avciiw SCOTLAND 56 ?034 ;