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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'HDAV. .11 NK 1. inif? S-rt':. LETHrfRIDGF. DA FLY HEnALr. mmmmM, OPEN TONIGHT Until 9.30 RYLANDS & CO. PAGE FIFTEEN SUIT SALE TODAY AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS THESE SPECIALS WILL BE ON SALE TONIGHT ONLY FROM 7 UNTIL 9.30. I I $$1 RAINCOATS l-iullcs' liliicli Uublicr Uain(;()iitK. Miulo Willi con-vyrliblo colliir. TheKc coals siiii iiliHoliitoly ralii-proot ami may l)o UHOd for iiiotordiB an woll. Only six \cU. licgiilai- $12.50. 7 After Supix'i- HuUi .............-........ 1 ."�) BUNGALOW APRONS Ladbis' iiurnalo bungalow aprons In good (uialily of waHhlng material. Mado Iti Inr/,'c, roomy Rtvlo with belt, Tho collar and cuffx trlninied v.ltli iiialii colors. Thi'HC! arft worth today $1,50. i nr^ After Supper Hale? ____ ................ l.uU CORSETS A I'uli rniiKO of mndfiim stylo corsets. Madi! from fli'.sL claKR, ranterlnl. WoU flnisliod and good filtltiK. Complete raiiRo of slzos. After Supper Sale - 95c Men's Balbriggan Shirts Mnn'.'! nalbrlggaii Siimiiinr T!iidoralilrtK In jialc bliu-, or pInU. Thoy nro Iravollor's wamplfw and there aro about four do/on In the lot. HoBular 75(1 value. s^r..'"T:.............40c UNDERSKIRTS l.adIeK" black \inderKUlrlK. Made In good fitting style with deep floiinco. The.sc slcirt.s were bought Itefore th(. big advance in price. Worth today to $1.0(1. After Supper i -t r\. Sale .................. l.iy .EVERY CLOTH SUIT REDUCED SPECIALISTS IN HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN YLANDS & CO. THE BUSY CASH STORE I I .si I I i ^1 I (I lioiiseparly for the �ci').-r.nil al lier home on the I'clger lann.   �� The ^ilaylot. "How Oi" isiury (irew." jiiir on by the girls oi' .^i ,\iigaslln's Inat night, created gn'iii iiniusniK'nt :is the story flow from iiuinn to JKili.-ic, always with the addi'd lajiincijon. "\ov,- don't tuU anyon>> \ gosiilp.' �('lie girh) were n.lsininj hy )lild;i Church. Adnlr SInipsnn. .lean ahil Uiracu llrymticr unil Ili'Ii^u M.iyuar'd i who gave splcii/ll'l exlilliiiioa.-i of lum-i Ihetle dauclus. Songs* wmt \v(dl rendered by Vlolnt Onnl mihI .lanet Mo-I Iveiia, gold mertalls'. liii: hicen . OiK-iKory gave an Instrumenial solo and j 'MlMH li(d(!no Simpson wa-, ilie ililcleni i ' ucconipanisl. .Much credit in am- -Mi.-.- Djnvdcn lui her sploiidld training or n,.' c/irN. c- �c. ? > * : : : churches and SOCIETIES : ? : : ? ? ? : : ^U: J3. Wodcll of tlie Calgary Her-alU has been visiting his son, R. H. Wodell on his fannfor the vast wewk. � � � Mrs. W. A. n. Cocd and Miss IJoris Coe(i left this afternoon for the coast Where they will spend several montha, 4. � Mrs. William Scdtt has rented her homo on -Ith Ave. and oxpecLs lo leave for Vancouver on Monday tor a three months visit there. * * � Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Angtifi aro enjoying .a visit from their neices, Mrs. \V. .1. .Miller and Airs. O. SlinEorlnnd of Mantorville. Minn. Tho former's husband ia In training al Camp Wnrts-wortli, South Carolina. .  . *  Miss BosBio Little Is spending tho week end at tho home of Judge Green. Medicine' Hat. * * * Mr. R. W. Long is In the city from ^Iedlclno Ilat for a nhort lime. * * * Misa^ Rosa, daughter of the late Dalhousle University, Halifax, X.S.. witli her niece, .Miss Howe, granddaughter of Hon. .loseph i-iowe, first Bovcrnor of .N'ova Scotia after confederation, and niece Elinor have loft for Calgary where they will reside. Mr. O. L. Taylor of Carrnungay was a visitor in Xolhbri"dt:e'"thfB'\V.eek. .Mrs. Ucdmond left last night for l':;draontciii as a delegftt,e to' the provia-clal W.'iVJ.S. of the .Methodist cliurch.  i0 r- � � Mr. Benedict arrived in the city last niciit and is the-guest for a short time with Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. l.aw. *   . 'SUk. a. C. Kckersley ami children of Midnaporp were visitors In l.eth-bridge for Wednesday 'and Thilrsday of this week. ? ? : social events > : : ? > > ' ? ' I By A. Morris.1 Willie capp'd angels of mercy, Deftly and swift thoy move. Flitting" like shafts of sunlight, 'Bent on their works of love. Watcl'iful. untiring, zealous, Wiih willing hands they bring Help to the weary sufferer. Self U) tlie winds they fling. I'ain'; Why their presence dulls it; Sympathies from them flow; owift in their train comes healing, Sweetness and rest bestow. Augels wmii.v.'higs of mftj-cy, ^ ,5^ ; And healing in their \ving.s;, Heaven bless our country's Niirseis',; 'Tls thus the ppot sings. , ,� .\'o fairer' angels yonder ' ; 'Beybnd yon heaveri's' bluetrl^V^ �' Than our white capp'd Nursing Sisters. V Who dare to do or die. Tho following well' pa.-isiiig tho l.'irsl a.il .Mesdames Hcasey. !).-,i, is under couH) deration. There me several young ladies desirous vililiig up V. a. ri. work and It is i.-li Uiai wlieii l.elbbridge has done :-i> w.il in every other department of \, !;� wm k tliis branch of tlie service will al.n receive hearty support. .Ml those who alien,liii ')ol)i the Home Nursing class, s ii;i(l desire lo i take ihe examination are ..ikeii to ''"'meet at tlie Y.M.CA \\iH!iie;(day, June .:>th, at "l:'M p.m. .-;hin|i. The baby charts auiMTifinfT ihe results of the baby conies! were received by Miss Tllley llii; in.iniing. Of the children under nu.- year 'haU WnggCtt. Alderson--Ceorge A. .Stei'lr-, Brooks-One walited. R, W. J. Cleni ents. Eyremore .(. O. Taylor . . Walsh -iTliomas, H. I.uckhart.) , Fertile Plains -One wanted. Bow Island -V. Cillierl. Burdette -~(F. \. Hulchlngs.l Et;:ikom -To be supplied. Joseph K. F.'Henhl; George It. Aldus; Waller (!. A'ason; HiutIsoii Villette; Krancia 10 M. 'Maydon; A. .1. Fnleoner; .loseph Kir'er. Starllne- 'I'o be su)iplied. Clr.rcsholm K. W. I.(iel;e. Pishburn (1. I., liilehie. Pincher Station One wiini Bellevue Hairy I'eler.-:. , . Hillcrest 'i'o be supplied Frank William T. Voun);: lliiligooil; Will. F. Siuitli; Thus Kecd; Edey Magee; All'. ,1. Itudil. �il. �d f. W. WANIEO ASQU BACK IN OFF engaged and desirous Ir* be married dlre cluirch for parcels received | which have all ln'cn dlstribiUed and j reports 'the boy.-; all well. i   � 1 Tlie .-Vrt \eedliuorlt olllb will mr',. home or I'orcign, will be,very welcome at any ol these meetings, wiiich are held the last Thiirsday of eacli month. .Mrs. Ked-niond, the soeiely's deJogate to Ihe Provincial \V..M.S. left Inat night for Kdmonton where shi; will be the gupst of her sisier, -Mrs. Knight of that city. GENERAL : : ? <: : : : : : ? ? : : : : : : An' Indication of the manner in which women are taking the place of tho men al war Is given in the fact that many of the girls in the Home Economics Clio^s at the .Manitoba Agricultural College are taking up tho regular course on Ihe operation of BUS engines and Iractors.  3.  "To serve noliiiug made wholly or in part froni wlieat at afternoon teas or lute Hiipiier.'i. "To Uric as liille wheat Hour as possible at all times, "To use every inl'liience to inilnco olhors to follow this rule." This Is Ihe new pledge which tho VVomoii'fi Coiisorviitlon cominltten is endeavoring to have every woman In Winnipeg sign. Already many have promisotl that no bread nor enke made of wheal shall he eaten In their homes at the times mentioned in tho pledge, and, although the work of i�suiiig those j)ledges was commenced only a few (lays ago, the response to date has been amazing. * * � Peculiar positions aro constantly ai'laing from the prohibition of puss-porls to women wishing to go to Cm\-ailfl lo get married. Tlla t^anadliin Proas understMuds Urn Culonlal Office persists In refusing any relaxation oC the restrictions, which result ill some cases of particular hard-Bliip, Considering how every effort Is being made to get women ulready married lo return to tho Uomlt),toii, iin() how all sorts of gloomy pro'phe-clQfi are Boiul-officlally publlslvod as to the utter 'iiiipoSBlblllty ot; their gelling liaisJt if they delay, it would seem reasonable to expect faelUtloH woultf i^o A"J'�ntod women aoflnltely Canada's Favorite Throughout Canada the Mason & Risch Piano has long been the favorite, the preferred Piano. Its beauty of case, wealth of tone, unusual durability, and sterling quality make it stand out from all other pianos. In buying it you save the middleman's profit-you buy direct from the manufacturer. Before buying any piano learn of our "Factory to Home" proposition. tHt HOME OF THE ViCTROtA"  *ND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS tVERV STYLE-EVERY PRICE dp,** FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM t'lraitcb balmoral block fifth st. s. lethbridge If You are Afraid Of a Dental Operation Bear This in Mind D.5;NTISTHY today is aulto a ' difterenl matter to what It was twenty-five years ago. Yes; oven less limn that. Principal among tho latter day improvenieiitH in dontislry are the modern methods to achieve painlessncBB. Of these we have made a particular - a lite time study. Patients who como to us ' aro Hurprlsod at the ease and comfort which they enjoy In the 'chalr. 11 Is this fad which permits us to proclaim-- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 ^ Ott 61k., 4 Doors from Lfthbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY 0FPlCE-1,i5A EIGHTH AVENUe E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. SAT. NIGHT SNAPS AT THE BAY from 7.00 to 9.30 P.M. no approvals. no c.o.d. or phone on these 85 Yards Cream Serge 4-1 ill. wide. Hegular I Saturday uight l�*xll 50 Pairs Only, Ladies' Black Kid Gloves JJeiil.s nialio. Regular | OQ Jl.Tn. Saturday night l�