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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE (i, THI5 DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Ladies' Store Phone 463 Acadia Blk. CLARKE CO. Special Values in Dainty Wash Goods A selection large enough lo all your needs; a .rang'e till-riic-t-ivc enough lo delight most- particular task', a lovely collection ol' newest weaves and diiijiliest colorings .al-. specially prices. PRETTY WASH GOODS 25y the city council by a vote of 11 to June Ottawa city coun Tt was a matter of the people were cil tonight decided to put the daylight I the Christian password. saving scheme into effect in the capl ai by advancing the clocks of the city me hour from- June 20 to October 1 next. IN GOOD COMPANY You use good flour, fresh eggs, sweet butter and pure-sugar in your baking. Complete trie good using Baking Ponder Baking Powder is a small item, but quite as important as any of trie pfkers. f It may make or mar the "batch" of baking. To assure yourself of the full benefit of your careful choice of the best materials use Baking .Powder: Ask grocer the opinion of his other customers. 'Made in Canada for the Canadian Maid TMI KOC-O BAKINa POWDCR CO., LIMITED HAMILTON. CANADA in the community great regret that forced by the custom of the church to release them after four years of effective service. stated, the building was taxed to the utmost Sunday to make room for all who wished to renew old acquain- tances. A few who could not get in stood and looked in. On appearing to address the school both Mr. and Mrs. Lytlo were received with the enthusi- asm they instilled into the Institution at its beginning. There was no doubt about the sincerity of the welcome they received. Mr. Lytle spoke of his work in the church, recalling memor- ies of its early days, 'and emphasized the importance of knowing and using lie Christian password. In a bright talk Mrs. Lytle gave evi- dence to those. who listened to her for the "first time as to why she had formerly filled such a large place in the life of the church. To her also fell the privilege of presenting diplo- mas for perfect attendance to a num- ber of members of the school, which she carried out in a very pleasing manner. ___.....____ _ Rev. Joseph Woods worth, who toi-j executive.' The opening service, led lowed Mr. Lytle as pastor for some by the vice-presidents, will be at 2.30, eight months, was present and pre-'----- sided. He jj.-ive the school an interest- ijig talk about his work at the indus- trial school at Red Deer. The following are the names of members of the school who received Grist, Ada Olive Jackson, Vara Glanville, Winnie Wallwork, Murle Reid, Alberta Rose, May An- netts. Doris Roberts, Hazel_ Reid, Evelyn Ford, Jessie Hedenstrom, Iris Glanville, Laura Grisdale, Harry Chap- low, Teddie Jones, Leonard Binning, Lester Hedenstrpm, Howard Fair- banks. Clarence Jackson, James Car- ter, Irene Radlcy, Har- riett Carter, Gordon Grist. The fact that OUL of a total enroll- ment of 274 the average for the year was 223 shows how near several oth- ers came to producing a perfect re- cord. The seventh annual meeting of the Women's Missionary Society the Methodist church, Alberta branch, will open tomorrow at 2 o'clock in Wesley church, with a meeting of the diplomas and certificates for perfect attendance, and it was a proud school 'hat .clapped for their loyalty and faithfulness; Eight Minnie Laverick and Gordon Jones. These were award- ed the Robert Rallies, alumlni diploma. Seven Gray, awarded the Robert Haikes diploma. Six. Holmes, Robert Kergan, Jimmie Kergan. Five Holmes. Four Westcott, Mona Walton, Dorothy Doe, Bessie Carter, 31sie Smeed, Pearl Taylor, Janet Me- Ivaria, Gertrude Doe, Eurlka Olander, Blanch Olander, Inez Wilson, Allan Alfred Walton, Willie West- cott, Alfred Weatcott, John Foeard. Three Mataon, Bella Smeed, Margaret Chaplow, Eua Davis, l Matson, Stanley Hargreaves, luny Ingram, Ethel Larson, Oscar Matfion. Two Radley, Wilton tfallon, Annie Waterhonsa, Ella Water- One year-Lilly Morris, iid will he followed by an address by the president, Mrs. W. W. Chown of Edmonton. Reports of-various Of- ficers of the branch will then be given. Before the close of the after- noon session, thero will be a praise service, a memorial service and a sacramental' service. A banquet will be tendered to the delegates at 6 o'clock when the hostess will be Mrs. C. R. Daniel, president of the Wesley Auxiliary at which an address of wel- come will be given by Mrs. II. E. Skeith replied Airs. Graves of Red Deer. The evening session will start at 8 o'clock, when the chair will be taken by Rev. G. H! Cobble- dick. Addresses will be given., on China, Japan, and "A trip to our home fields." W. A. Convention The twelfth annual meeting of the Calgary Diocesan branch of the Wo- man's Auxiliary will begin tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock with divine ser- vice at St. Aufrustin's church. The session will continue all morning un- til when luncheon will be served to the delegates in Knox church base- ment. The afternoon session will commence at 2 o'clock. In the evening reception wHl be given in honor of the delegates at the home of Mr. and Mra. Frank Colpman, .804 4th Avenue. FEEDING HUNGRY some days during the recent Irish Rebel lion, food was practically cut off from the poorer districts of Dublin. Picture shows the beginning of a joyful dry bread banquet by hundreds of youngsters gathered together in a narrow street and supplied with bread by the clergyman in the centre of the group. Nothing But Soap IVORY SOAP is made of the best materials that can be bought. It contains no free alkali. Nothing is put into it to make it white, to increase its weight or to soften water. That is why Ivory Soap is so mild that you can use it with entire safety on the. tender skin of your child. 8CBNTS ftwMr t Gtmtle Ftclaria in HmlHon, Ctntdi ;