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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JUNE G. 1917 Tin; DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE MI LAD I --PHONE Mrs. Salmon lui wMlc to spend month at Iho coast. ROT. 0. H. relilrneij to- day (torn attending Ine MelhodlBl con- ference at Calgary. Mrs. NMlu's of the Hebe- kahi will meet with H. S. Smith, room 21. Bryan Block, tomorrow ulf'" at 8 o'clock, Hr'i. Herron, vho Is'attending the W.'A. convention In Calgary as a dele- gate from St. Cyprian's, Is tbe guest of. her lister. Hiss Jean Grant. f Mlis UA.B., of Cfll of Bow Island and Mnnyberrles, ha: returned home to spend tbe summer Ler father's ranches. The repilir monthly meellng o Knpx La die i' AM will tie held lorn or row afternoon at 3 o'clock. The re cejrtlon committee will be Mrs. Harall ton and Cralj; and Ihe hostesac; Mri. Robert ton, Mrs. Snillh and Mrs Ntcholls. Those who have soap wrap pern are asked to bring Ihenj. That health certlflcfl.ea should be required before the grautlns of ruairl Mrs. H. J. H. Kkellh'haa SODO to he coaBl to spend tho Eummer months. Mrs. Norman Echwellzer l! leaving lie eud ot the yccfc to epcntl tho Rum- mer at -Walkorton. Out. Mr. and Mrei.S. n. Auslln. who re- side In Lethbrldge) have taken up heir residence at Suite Connaughl Hat Mr. and Mrs. H.'lf. Anderson. Mrs Alei. Campbell and Miss Sally Ixjn of Tabor, were ID the clly yesterday Lhe guests Long. of Nlr. and Kirs. R. The regular pf the UO.D.A ill be held on Tliurwtar'cveiilui; In hat (ho Lisbon througa three rei're- cnullves appointed by him to Iho toard was represented and the orlglu- al motion carried by a majority of at- OBt two to one. Another clauso H-hlch placed tua 01- ocesan branch uiider Iho control t'l ,ho bishop and which has been a bune )f contention for some time has been changed and was acceptable to the iinif. It names tho branch so be- "formed, with the consent and au- thority ot tho llfhou of tLo diocese." Other changes Include the-namlng of tho parochial bablcr' secretaries as members of the diocesan board; the eligibility of any woman to become a member o( Ihe W-A. on tho payment of an annual fee of 10 cents and all fees to In the bands of the diocesan treasurer each year boforc 15: tho requiring of all officers of branch- es to be communicants. Another clauso In the parochial con Etllutlon of Ihe W A. considered at the meeting yesterday brought In the bishop's rccjueat that no branch organize or work without the pcrmls slon or tho clergy of lue parish. PREPARING FOR GREAT HOLIDAY Last year there were 103.725 people attended the Calgary exhibition and (From Our Own PIncher Creel, June After the nge liceiiiea as a measure Tor the prc tecllon of tlie race ay a'list venereal ID tlmo to vote disease vaa one ol the rccommenda- The chief Hen tloiis banded to the resolutions com-, ol the National Council of Wo-1 men In Et-salon at Winnipeg. In a dis- cussion of-, tuberculosis It vas recom- mended that the council press for'Do- mtiilon ItglsUtlon dealing with Ine injitter. icmbers are requested lo La present, i Tho Interest lho women or tho pro- vJnco are taking in politics aud the clectloQ IhlB week was evidenced at Ihe annual meeting of tho diocesan board of the Anglican AVoroau'E aux- iliary yesterday at Calgary. The meet- log la scheduled to continue until Thursday ntght, but sessions yester- day were prolonged to further the In- clusion of business that the members might be able to return to Lhclr homes be a fine line of on Thursday. of business whlcli Lhe Orer hundred rcra present last .t at llic K. C. hall at the Al Home given by the Knights ot Columbus and the choir of St. Patrick's church to welcome home.Gunner Sam Troinan of ilie 39th battery, wno has recently re- turned from the front. Addresses ot welcome were plveu by Grand Knight Sehfon behalf of Iho Knfghta of Columbus, by E. J- Kocn on behalf ol Ihe choir and by Rev. Father McCaf- fery on behalf of the parish. Gunner Troman find his fatlicr-In-law L. Mooro replfed Lo Lho addresses. A progrnm VRS glren constating of a chorus by Patrick's choral society and vocal solos by Mre. Hbltcy, Misses M. Moore, and M. Yanllcckc and Messrs. Itbe) and ftogCTS. meeting tins been considering la a' new conslllutlon for the dloccaan branch. A proposed constitution, was rejected at the annual meeting last year In Lcth bridge and a commit fee Including ChRncellor Conybcare ot Judge Jcunlsou and Mr! H. P. O. Sav- ary of Calgary waa.apiwlnted to con- fer Tllh Ihe branch's commltlce. with Mrs. Stavert as convener. Tho re- port of this committee, which follows closely the constitution of the genera board of the W. A., Tfras submtllcd yes tcrday nnd with a few minor changes nccopicu. The clitef discussion center ed icund a couple of points, ono o them being the clause irbfch ncccsal taled required nollcc of proposet llkei allcm. The 'rnnounccraen tuck thai are been made show that there will attractions, hief of which will bo llial wonderful girl aviator, KutherJne StJnson, who iaa Just returned from glrlng exhl- ilLlons In China and Japan. Last year at Calgary she thrilled the spectators and this year her work will be even nore spectacular. There are many other free attractions which will be 'e a Lures of Lhe afternoon and evening jerformanceE during Hie fair dates. which are June 28 to July 5 and (or which special will be given, on all railways.- As that Calgary fair has always held a high place and the wisdom which has ID Improving Die prize list and cipend- Ing more money fcr Ihe benefit, ol Ihe exhibitors la now bearing fruit ID constantly Increasing entries. Horse- men hare made the Calgary fair not- ed for the excellence of the display In the cattle classes this year there will be single animals which cost as high as Grain growers dairymen, poultry fanciers and In (act everyone Interested In c'hiiiiiing or looking at the highest class of h'lts will find something to attract eve il lug services in the different ctiUrelies were over ou Sunday even- ing last ilia opera boiiFo quickly [111- cd to one of llio largest gatherings ever joccu tfrn since our sijuadroo ot llic 13th C. M. R. graceu uUi The attract Ion of the occasion bclug lhat of tho lecture on "How Our Boys JlcIO the by Scrgl. IJ PJcbard of the flreal War AssoclalloD. As the auJlcnce gather- coucerl orchestra ot the town rendered several excellent selections This was In ItscK quite a treat as the circheitra have not played ou paiir occasions since a Dumber heir members went overseas. Mr. Jhfta. Kettles acted chairman and Hschargod his duties In his usual cf- "clent manner. Sergl. Ficbard opened his address ty reciting a room entitled, "Tho Hall written by himself on his return trip to Canada. It is a alronjj nocui aud In Itself has all tho argu- (bat should Lc necessary (o hrlng any man to a manly decision. After the recitation MIES Glbbs. who enquiring Into ihe Elate of affairs In behalf of the soldiers dependents, jilayed very pleasingly, Tite .March or the Allies. Sersl. rickard then re- sumcd his address which was re- ceived by Hie audience In no uncer- inln manner. That 11 Hie Sab- bath evening Was not forgotten, nev- ertheless, itatctucnt after slateinenl, made by the returned veteran brought forth thunderous apijlause, and In a way II quite obvious to any citizen Indifferent lo that line of Icm id sitora Don-political, wiiU an applause v.hic.i will not oon Lo forgotten, and pliouc-l plaln- y tLe lu wli'cL uicn urc held ,-ho barter away ilio lite ol their besi lUhiibuoJ wliile ilioy are content, to lUeir futo with he uncertainly ot ,iariy politics. So MI e of the'liielduiis which ickard iclatci wtru quito humorous and fomc so ivry OiHura of linvery uud beroisiu ihul )ias bt-en Heret. I'lekaril was Dxcecdlugly modesi of hla own wounils PM! did not lell aoything of Uu-iu exccju 10 casually mention In hosi-ital. He did uoi eiplalu eitlit-r or meution i why ho received his medal. His remarks cf war veterans ASigk ;bf Danger! ;V Dandruff and jairs can't come Hjiogcihcr '.LR-0 U B-L-E Dandruff Germs. ty Bt th-; l !nd bj- T i-'trgt. I'Jckard'.s nooni was Then soM riiiatscp 111-, tour, and a firoai accc'iuwl the prii o( he a'jihcir's autoKrayh [-luccd fifi their cupy. Several mutors were Sift cf lOW.yountf trees lu kl lKke I'lpfcard and planted over the miles and miles of; MNs to lhc as u mealtl gravc-i or those brave men who wlllia rugh IQ talch not ic'.L-m v.'iiE KifCl-ed In icariul cncc. PZach reference LETHBRIDGE LEADS. The last Issue of iue Fin- ancial Post to hand shows lhat j.otDbridge led Canada with 71.G ID Hie percentage of In- crease ol bank clearings In May, auJ that for the week curling May 31st Lethbrldgo abo led Canada In percentage o( increase with 59-u. These tigurc-s place very piouilnenily before Ibo finan- cial world of eastern Canada and are causing much favor- ablc com me nL in the Iloanclal jiaiiora on I.ethbrldge's find growth. 4 thousand of the the twenty-nine contingent. change In the constitution lo ue sciit" Sections In which women are tho hoard of management In lime for Its April meeting, to he Included in notices of (he anauaj ineeifss be Indorsed by a two-thirds vote.Of those nrescnt. The bishop had Te- the Insertion of Hio words- "to Lo submitted to the frit the general 'fcuiiug seeded to be csneclaily Interested will he UN to the' jclaily usual thought, that the vast majority of this district, with their noble men overseas, were ready to back them up and would under no circumstances be cajoled into doing anything, that would not be a benefit to those men cow, while at the front or on their return.. Thit the men who had gone so nobly forward to their country's call and endured the hardships that they have endured (o those who are sparetlMo return, that the country, will have lo do its duty. That the filled In the lines tho strain of against ttic coming of Hie (JorrtiaM army, was listeucd to with adiulmtiou akin to awe. The sergeant was compelled (o ouch lightly on many of the subjects of his lecture owing to the lateness of Ihe hour, and could not deal fully with the atrocities commlUed on lho Ittlo Dclglum girls acd women and [Hie boys which he called God to bear him witness, were true. lie spoko iriefly loo of the love and admlra- the Canadian soldiers receive In and of llic bravery of the giils and women. Some helpful hints were given (o Ihe friends of the boys who semi boios lo lha trenches. ''Don't send shoo polish and Send rather (he best cake you know how to make; send towel. After a man has used tils shirt for a long tlrao a lowc] is mighty accept- able; send candles, also any other sensible Jam. The boys get apple and plum Jam for breakfast, llic Eamc for dinner and a change for supper. It Is Ihen "plum and apple." Il was evident lhat Beryl. Fickard knew his subject and as a man who had helped save the day at send tooth uaslo and brush; soap; Inn Ehoc laces: ECiid a Yprc9 had a right to express vlowe. Mis requests even for standard ot excellence. ..Horse races and auto races will be provided for those who like a touch of speed in their entertainment and there will be provided for those in Exarch of relaxation a dazzling ag- gregation of midway attractions. pcoplo i men at the front and in- deed many others, showed bv their spontaneous applause tlial I heir pat- ience with the dillatory manner in which the affairs of this country are hoing handled are nearing the limit. The statement by Eergt. I'ickard that the Great War Veterans Assocla- War Veterans Association. disabled homeless boys who vill re- turn was most reasonably moderate. Before concluding his address he expressed regret and explained that this had been tht first of all the meet- ings of his tour where .the mayor of the town or city had not graced the platform "with his.presence and thai al 7.30 Mayor Allison had Informed him by phono that he would have to pel. someone else, to act as chairman as he would not bo able to attend. A collection of was token, duly counted, signed for and scuL as a PIncher Creek donation lo the Great The Latest Style in gas ranges is this new McClary cabinet model. Every part of the cooking and baking Is at a convenient height forany woman. Baking and broiling ovens ate very roomy. The same burner Easy to clean. White enameled back splasher and aluminized oven. Rust-proof black enamel finish that requires no store polish. Just wipe off with a damp cloth. An all year round .gas range for use with either. manufactured or natural gas. Booklet free. London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. Hamilton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Edmonton The Same Kind Of A Waist Sale That We Held Just A Year Ago This Week, With A Bigger Variety And If Possible Even Better Bargains. We're Looking For A Record Crowd RYLANDS' ANNUAL WAIST SALE LAST YEA.K we crowded the store to its capacity for a solid week. There was practically no let up to the stream of customers through our doors. Those who came last year need no secQiid invitation to attend this annual pic of hiirh grade waists. TTITE have been preparing for this sale since.away eary in the spring. Bny- ing samples from the Eastern firms at a Big Discount for Cash. The savings arc yonrs. The extra business pays us Avcll for the effort. Buy a season's supply. Save the difference. The Largest Collection (Over 800 Waists) and the Biggest Sale o' Waists Ever Held in Lethbridge Sample Voile Waist WHITE VOILE WAI8T8. Also neat fancy Dimity. Vlie deep collars. All new stock. Spec-' lally rurcbued for thla sale. up to '11, Values up to (2.00 for 1.19 FANCY VOILE WAISTS ot erery dncrlptlon. While, copenhaecn, rose, iliy and Slick tolls. Also Bomo lancy alrlpes. All brand new itock. Every clM 31 lo 44. ValUM to J2.76 for 1.59 EMBROIDERED VOILE WAItTS. Sorao nice Yollo wiists thai would sell regularly for J2.0U, J2.15 and (3.00. All new this week and on Mln for three only at 195 7S dainty Silk CAMISOLES CAMI8OLE3 A NECESSITY UNDER THE OF FANCY BLOUSES THAT. ARE'WORN THESE DAYS. THIS OFFERINQ IS V O> SA'MPLES. .NO TWO ALIKE. ALL NEW THIS AT r .ABOUT HALF PRICE AND SOLD TO YOU THE SAME WAY. SILK WITH LACE TRIM. VALUE UP TO FOR 75 FANCY VOILE WAISTS up to will be sold at r> -''I- A up aale of over 100 Plain and Fancy Stripe Voile Walrti. Uiually icld for and Every ilze'in this lot 34 to 44. A remarkable bargain for 3 dayi only. Safe of Jap Silk Wdists White Jap Silk WiliU, with large collara. Only 25 to sell at thli price, 10 be early. Slxei 36 to Middy Waists A TV hole table full of tho popular middy waists for girls, mlascg and women. Every new novelty for this summer will be found In our stock ivhfch are much lower than Bold :elaewhcTc. Prices range from Heavy Jap Silk Waists SILK WAISTS. l pin luclts or pltln tronl, Iftrgo "l collars. A eplendlrt quality Mil.-. Sizes Iti.lhlS trotn 35 lo 44. On tale WHITE HABUTAI SILK Bxlra heavy quality silk, unlcar- nble. The new wlrlc collnrfl. Tlfcgn- lar and values, 36 All one price for (b.rco clays only fit Two remarkable Values in Silk Waists CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS In CREPE DE CHENE GEOR- black, navy, lemon, flesh, rose, GETTE CREPE WAISTS that nntl tnalzc. Three different fin n J slyloa. Largo collars.. Values. In A Unal clean'upi'AlllitVno low J5.50.Three days oulv :i price for 3 only. 3.3S 4.50 Hand Embroidered VOILE WAISTS Also Crepe and Georgette There aic soinc of the finer grades of Georgette Crepe and Crepe