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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETUdhmOK DAILY PAGE 66 CHILDREN HELP OR HINDER PftfttONAL Clay fa visiting with her Miss Sherman has returned from visiting In Cleary and daughter Eil have arrived from a two months vldlt In Toronto and Miss Boles lias returned to the city after spending two months In the Downer returned yester day after spending a month In Van Downer Is remaining Jin Vancouver for the winter with her 1 ami Walker are loav Ing tonight for Winnipeg accompanied toy and Haigh and family have left to visit at various points in Nova and Allen Jack accompan ied by Miss returned oh Thurs day night from a motor trip to the Crows Miss Dunn and Miss Buchanan have returned from Proctor Whore they have been spending the Canon and MurrelWrlght and family returned to the city yes terday after a months holiday at tne Mr and Allison and fam ily who liavo been spending the sum mer at have returned to the f Mrs nee Miss Medicine a visitor In the cttv for a short Mrs who has been visiting at Braemnr Lodge in Calgary for some arrived in the city Mr R OHagan is leaving tomor row to join his tamiljMn Miss MacKay and Miss Marrs have been summoiftg at B uie expected to return to the city B B McDonald returned yes terday from the coast and will be In the city for several Mr and blttle of Bow havearrived in the eity from Bow Island and will make their residence ortnined In honor of Biil pltt and Andrew who were returning to LethbritJge after spend ng two months at the coastal Tho all Lothbridge in cluded Mesdames Lack Chesnut and Me The hostess was assisted by Misses Roberta McKay and Prance WEDDINGS BAUPELU On August at Wesley Methodist Roy Sam son Cascey of and Miss El frede Baupoll of formerly of were united in marriage by KYNER i The marriage was Quietly solemnlz ed on August at the Wes ley Metuflillst parsonage by the pas of Clarence Jlnkins Etherlngton of Alber and Miss Zelma Paye of the town of The happy couple will make their home at s o o 4 FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Ut Whoso whereabouts are 16 jor are not following their pro but have apparently given 1 up ond are living at It la doubt IsRB true that linving careers offering abundant employment and good ran be and are more exiic Ing in their rcquirsments of a suitor than are ulrls who have no tutum in sight except Their celi bacy cannot bo very largely due to lack of opportunities to meet mnn for their opportunities in this respect are notably Any attempt to analyze the causes of this low marriage rate must be fu tile until some data are for tho factors Involved are doubtless mostly complex psychological influ But there is one simpler causR that may bo Ten or fifteen years ago the age of admission to good training schools was from 21 to 25 The average ago of girls at graduation was certainly not less than The nurses who graduated from the four large schools In classes prior to 1902 were therefore well to wavd the end of tho most marriageable period in a womans Hfe at the time of their Lately tle age standards of training schools have been steadily 20 perhaps be ing an average although many schools will now admit pupils at the age of The average age of graduates is therefore now about according to those who are in a posi tion to form an intelligent This decrease of age alone should tend to increase the marriage rate of the more rec nt graduates as compared with those a decade or two Is sum to be donated undertaking thB donor as of llttli importance movomont to wllicll he elves Diiy after the world express itself emphatic ally against arty nmiwcr but being the children at least tho children in onn Canadian city are dinting tins greatest back on of our menin The dren of the Protestant schools in Montreal contributed during the twc years ending In money forthe Rcrl Their busy fiivgers and UhtlriiK devotion duced Rod Cross to thn nuin her of Anitins these were pairs of fracture 5 comfort bags fi 25 pajrs of 1R9 urgical ilreflsing polo 293 pll ow 48 eyn ami chin 40i nmnytailnd 788 triangular S7 abdomin 55 head and of tho ne TM6 up to May amounUUo With no fulling off in of hand is truly a record which to foel Labor Day Specials dN SALE SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY THE BIG GOAL Gold and silver tiro selfish Truth and freedom arn fairer Richor splendor their sorvlco Theirs la toll tor tho finer I Who serves money Bliairpaas away Who serves freedom shall live for Mr Southard arid son have arrived in the city from to visit the formers William 944 13th Mrs McClenaghan and daughter Jean have returned from visiting at CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Monday being the regu lar monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will not be held on that day but will be held on the following September The regular meeting of the Maple Leaf Chapter 7 will be held In tho Masonic hall on Tuesday September 3 at 8 All members are requested to Visiting members wel The girls department of the United church Sunday school are giving an ioocream social in the United church hall on Tuesday September 3 A good program will be V The schools In the city are opening for the fall term on Septem iber Miss Bawclens private will open on Sep tember The Big Sisters class of Knox church will meet tomorrow at the usual It la requested that all members make aspecial effort to be The Next of Kin will hold u meet ing in Moose Hull on Tuesday even ing at All soldiers dependents Business of groat Im Representatives of the will bn In i Katie Palen is giving a tea at liar home on Wednesday afternoon for Patricks Ladles Snow will preach Jn Cyprians Sunday mornlnj it the U oclock The Cyprians Sunday school reopen SOCIAL EVENTS It is only a little more than a hun dred years since the fruitjar came in to use and now it would be hard to place ones finger on a spot where it is not in common In the olden days the way to keep fruit and vege tables was to dry them or put them uway In sugar With the canning fever its height at present it is Interesting to note that that invention of canning is credited to Nicholas a who lived in the time of Napoleon Bona parte and was given francs by tho Emperor for his His method was to put the food to be preserved in glass set them in boiling water heat thoroughly and then Eng land quickly took hold of the idea and utilized it for her own About 1816 Ezra Daggort introduced in the United States the process for canning lobsters and Gradual1 ly this extended to Jellies and And now everyone knows what canning is now If Nicholas Appert were to come to life and to visit some of the busy community canning centres 0 the average kitchen in Canada on an August he would be surprised to uee what he had The national restaurant in London has proved such a success that four more are to be opened in London and eight in the The thing about BLUE RIBBON TEA is 4ho vaStze the the pHcet afkd tho worst thing is to do without MOURNING By Gertrude in Literary Shall I wear mourning for my soldier believer Give me Or royal purple for the King At whose high court my love IB visit Dress me in green for for life made ncw For skies his dear feet dress me in blue In white for his white me ingold For all the pride that his new rank shall In earths dim gardens bloom no hue too bright To dress me for my love who walks in light NURSES LIFE NOT ROMANTIC ivhenever a nurse and her patient tho newspapers seize upon the incident as a and the read ing forgeltlng that it is the unusual that have come o regard matrimony as the goal of the tralned Aa a mat of the reverse Is accord ng to a recent investigation made Journal of which flads loss than half of the graduates of best vralnlug schools yhe writer thus sums up No amount of optimism caa one to conclude that tho marrjtage rate of trained or at of the graduates of the best training Is even reasonably On the the education u trained nurse nts her admirably for homemaUlng and It might be supposed that1 such women would be in great demand at The fact that tljey marry to aucli a small extent may indicate f a That men do not urfe good A Tory pleasant event took place Ml 1 Vancouver last Tuesday when Mrs late of en wivui this judgment In soleotiug criticism has htard ma e than once from graduates of womans col oi that there li ilng in u nurses In which men ob b That the nurses prefei to re Many of them d ubtless set on a but evidently not for of the unmarried grad uates of Bellevue wliO Uavo leftVachoo The daintiness of the Kirkby service is one of our superior It ap peals to men as much as to It adds to the enjoyment when dining and it is not put into the The Innch is of the finest and the nappery spotlessly white at all We seek the patron age of those who prefer these We serve a satisfying lunch at noon and six oclock and our afternoon teas are popular with those who entertain or like a cup of chocolate or tea with delicious cake or pastry when down town shop We wish you to know how careful we are in serving not only lunches but ice cream We insist on cleanli ness and All our fresh fruit flavors are the best We see to it that you will enjoy our teas and refreshments generally in every FROM TO Prices and These Tell Their Own Tale NO OR APPROVAL ON THESE SPECIALS AN EXTRA SPECIAL IN LADIES HOSE Ladles Cashmere worth pair on todays 4C pair LADIES GLOVES Griffins washable Suede Gloves with two dome IH a fitting Sizes 1 SILK GiOVES 4 trays of Silk Gloves in black and Small sizes OA Regular Special A REAL BARGAIN Hemmed PILLOW Size Special AA eiiih 19 OUR ALLIES WHITE SPREADS Worth 1 79 VERY SPECIAL CRASH TOWELLING A FEW BOLTS ONLY AT THIS PRICE 6 yards NIGHTGOWNS A splendid quality of night ready stamped for OQ ttegular Special SOMETHING TO WRITE HOME ABOUT AND HERES THE PAPER TO WRITE it ON Berkfleld paper and 15 boxes Regular Weblawn note paper 21 boxes Ilegular box Meadowbrook blneh note paper and Regular 490for Unen note paper and 18 boxes Regular 49c tor Gages note paper and boxes Regular tor BUNGALOW APRONS good full size apron in a wide range of colorings and l Sizes Sfito ITTI17 Ijl I IJrfEl f r Made in the new Rusiiiah style in navy aad brown Sizes4 to 6 Reigujafc BOYSSCHOOL SUITS 27 Boys mostly in sizes 25 to Splendid stout wearing Regular to BOYS SCHOOL SHIRTS blue and greyExtra 12 to each MENS CAPS In cravanettes and Oftp v LADIES TANGO PUMPS With low rubber soles and Finished with pearl j button bn All pair LADIES WHITE KID BOOTS With poplin Has French kid Sizes 4 to Regular ntlW CHILDRENS SLIPPERS Of patent with instep or ankle Poplin 4 A on Sizes 3 to CHILDRENS BOOTS Of patent leather bottoms and kid either lace button Sizes 3 to Special or button It is a war in accordance with the regulations of tho food hoard and wo can con servatively Buy it is tho best broad in tho This is what our patrons And have gold medals for excellence at worlds and international When you get it at Kirkbys you get absolutely the RAG RUGS Colors green grey pink and white hit and miss Plain centres with fancy colored Size Regular Special Size Regular Size Regular Size Regular Size 6x9 in green Regular and 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Canada Food Board Ucoiisu Number 523SG HOLIDAY SMOKES Large Tins Players Regular Saturday Mecjjum and Uegulai Saturday tin Senator Regular Saturday tin Old Virginia Regular Saturday tin Regular Saturday tin 1roterencia Cigars club ReguUir lOc Saturday 3 for 65c 27c 85c 80c 80c FINEST CHOCOLATES assorted Regular BOc 33c ;