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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i'TUDAY. .UNK 7. IHIR THE MILADI JOvcry (lay ih u frnsili l>0KlrinliiK, Kvi'.ry nioin Is ii world inaUe imw! Yon vvlin are wcniy oV iioirow ami sin-lllllK, Uui(! iH a huautUul liopo for yiiii. A liote.l'or nic'unrl a liope lor yon. - AniLMlcan Woman. son Donald, rolnrneil to (lie clly this aftoriiuon from tlio cast. * �  .Mrs \V. IJ. Uarillo Uift, Iiihi nlM;ht lor llu! oiiHl, whoru she will Hpciiil HoiHo lln'.o. * *  ]l(!v. K. .1. HodKins lias vi'lurnod * � * > I ''"'fl" H'l-' Methoillsl roiireioncf In Kd->>��|>00>}AA0���: iii'i: i>> III'! t'Uy fur a slmrl tinio. I ... Mr. (J. Dickson. manaRor of thei The friends of Miss llollani will l)i> Jtoyal Hank al 'I'ulior was in (liu oily loilay on bnsino.'is. pleased to know thai slio has arrived safely from EUKland and afler spend-InK tlia wHi'k-end in Toronto, arrived .Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Uuclianaa and | In LtiUihridso yesterday. Aliss llol- FOR THE BOYS WHO HAVE DONE THEIR BIT THE BANNER EVENT OF THE YEAR ETERANS AUDEVILLE SHOW SEE WHAT LETHBRIDGE CAN DO PATRIOTIC TABLEAUX DRAMATIC SKETCHES COMEDY PLAYLETS CLASSICAL DANCES "CARTOONING ACT" TUNEFUL MUSICAL NUMBERS SONGS GALORE BIG SAND GET .YOUR TICKETS EARLY Adults , .....50c Kiddie s . . ^... . 25c land Is now stayliiR nl liii;; Ktlli SI. lli.Mh. . * # Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Wllklo and Mrs. C. O. firoff and family, niolorod to Taber tills niornlim, wlmro tlioy will visit for a few days. i llov. (,'. K. Craj!),' has returned from attnnrililf? the iMelhodisl convention in Kdntonton. Tho friends of Mr. C. Allison will roKiel to hear of hl.^ i-rillcal opevallon ! whieh look place tills morning in Van Haarlem's Hospital. . * � Hev Wni. Hnilianan has re'iirned lo the. city fniiii altendiun tlu! Methodist conferenee, ... Spr. ,1. Diysdale who lias heen on le.ivi' In Letiihridst! for some time left 0)1 tlie nioriiinj! irain for CalKsry to join tlie T.'Mh Hallway ConstnUition Corps of whidi lie is a meiuher. Miss Mary Cordray. who Jms hfeen booUlifli^por ill the Ford tJarajw for a your, left hist night for lOilnioiilon tor a sliorl visit. Later she will t;o to her home in the States.  A Rveai many "f he leacheis in tlie; ci'v will ho helping in ('.\e re(,'l-s!ratlon u-hicli luko.s phicp oil .June . * * * i' * > SOCIAL EVENTS ? Mr. ,1. ('. nediiian, who for the past focir .mil .J liall years has heeii ca-ililoi-al thiMoeal C. P. R. frelKht offlcij has severed his (�onneetion with tlie com-; pany Ui take np a po.�itioii in tliej Standard Hank, and was presented hy the staff with a handsome set of pipes. Mrs. Kedrnaii also was nre.senled with a rut glass water set. Mr. Ednnmris � made the presontatioii ami, on betialf | of the staff wished Mr.' ({edmun sue-i cess in his new position,, *  i�. * C' * �� > � � i ? > : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : ? .;. : ? : : : : ? : : : : : : ? > : Tlie Rirls taking part in the songs for the Ivnox Sunday sehool jirogram Sunday afternoon will meet '.villi Mr. liUylon at the church tonight at 7.4,'; for practice. . . �  *  On Saturday afternoon the opening of St! Aiignstlne's tennis i:ourts will take place with a tea at which Mrs. Brymner and Mrs. McOready will be lioslessGs. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance. � * * The members of the .Innior Mission iiaiHl of Wesley church are invited to .�^pend a social afternoon at the home of their superintendent. .Mrs. ,1. B. LoverhiK. SI2, ,'lrd Ave. South, tomorrow from ;l to 7 p.m. * * * Pie. .7. Duttk. who left this city with the lath CM. R.'and now aiiadi-ed to tho Royal Canadians in i'''ranee wishes to thank the members of the Lin'Ht;�.iot;r-: daily rrr':i'..\r.D .Maii-'.^ for f PACK ELKVEH airl's AiixfliaiT M y : :  ? : : : : : : �: ? WONDERFUL KNITTING ? RECORD :. > ? ? ? > ? > : : ? : > : �: : : : : : : : >: : : KNITTING INVENTION C : suRPRistrr, OTTAV/A. : ? : ? : : : : : : ; : : : : o liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiniiiiiiH' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Fl j Tho clever Inveini. .Mackay, of Letlibri':; possible to knit iv same time that it i > knit one. carried n storm, according who recently return ital. Willi Semitor I). Ill 111 .\lrs ('has. v\ licrcliy ii is . I, .-,ti( ks ill 1 lit' { ii'iMlly takes lo ';iwa ladies by Mr.-; DeVebi'r. 1 liiMii the ca|)- � \'.'l)i-r. .sirs. UeVoher taui;iii ihc iiroi'css to' many Ottawa women v. lio were enthas-iastic over the Inviiiiion. Incidental-i ly Mrs. DeVobeV. hv > hargiug for the; lessons and inslnn ' mn^ at the rale of 2,") cents, was able hriiig hack Willi her $40. which sIp' ill donate to tlici sailors fund of tli.' .Mnjdv .lack Ross! chaiiter, I.O.U.E.. oi wliiili idi" is vice-1 regent. It is tlie ini.n; ion of lliis chap- . tor to send a silbs';in'iai sum lo the sailors' fund. i Mrs. DoV'eher wii! Kivc the lessons' to those l.ietlibridge .vmui'ii v.-lio ilesire to take them al the smiu' lale. -'i cents � (lie nione.v to b(^ foi' ili^' sailors fund. ' .Mrs. .Mackay is al.�(i living lessons. GENERAL > : : Fancy Dress Muslins ON SALE 20 pieces of fine floral and stripe Dress Muslins in as many diffrcnt patterns and colorings. Well worth doubkthil price. ^ On Sale Saturday llAorning after 9 o'clock, not before NO PHONE ORDERS The Simpson Co.^ Ltd. Fourth AvehiifeiSouth v Splendid reports of wiinderful war work and a greatly increasing membership were read ai ih" 1.0 I).10. con-j vention from N'ew llnniswick, .Mani-j toba. British Co!iuiil,;;i and Saskatchewan. Hundreds oi iliousands of dollars and answers In pi.-uticaliy every war a)ipeal read nine! afier reinirt. Manitoba's work Im- rr-iuniiMl men 1)1 U'liinipeg and .Sa,;kaichewan's gap-den campalEU and niiiiiicipal cannery were onT-stniuling fcm ares, wiiile llrlt-isli Columbia has chainers devoted entirely to either Ked Cross of .N'uvy League work. A '"napter of Icelandic wom$n dii Wiiiiiipi^f,-. who work for and write letters in Canada's soldiers of their race, wa.- also interesting. * * * Mine. Melha leavi:, fiom Va!ii'o\iver for Australia slionly in recognition of her services in iMtriotic ivorl; she will there he vesicd wiili Ihe Order of Woman Coniniaiidcr of the llritisli Empire. Mnie. .Mc'hn lias raised .?:i7.').-000 for the British .md .Vmericaii Red Cross.  a � t * : : : *> > > i ( 1 i ? THE CRICKET ? � � : : : : : : : : ? ? : : : > : > Dear Dory Ann. ('an you stand a whiff of home-sickness. ( j/mmi.so it iviJl be of the etliery kind Ihu* will make you feel happy instead of miserable, tint first put on .voiir liai mid walk out to see | the coulees. Look well at the bine ; shadows and crocuses thai iurk in; thotr hollows and their rolling green j billows and Llitu rest your eyes. Lift up your head and fill your lungs witli that glorious Altiertri air that never allows you to feel hazy or stupid--: gaze at your .'�unlight, tho most una- ; duieraied variefy on this continent. ' Then and then only, turn your steps homeward and finish this letter. I really believe you have giiesaed already what I want to talk about. Maybe in the last few weeks you havs^ had some dreams of spring woods in Ontario. Probably Archibald Lamp-man's Incomparable pooms of Ontario woods have been ringing in your ears. There is shiniiiiv of flowers In tho deep, wet wood.s In the heart of the sensitive solitudes The roseate bell and the c(y are tiiere, And every leaf of tholr sheaf is fair. .Michigan' woods are very fair, but last week when 1, visited Ontario ami went to see the woods that brought U3 up, I felt no others could ever take, their place. Tiiere tlicy lie just the same as wlien we first discovered tliem, Kvery little hollow and streum-let brought back happy memories, gojtiehow 1 like to think in Paradise we will find'these dear familiar places as we found them long ago. In my roafOtDg 1 pa.';sed throe. Uttle girls \ylld.iwUh e.xi'llement picking violets. A. litllo picnic basket with a fresh napkin ^tood near. Dory Auii, 1 would have given a good deal to iiave gone back-then. 1 envied the trees. still grouped together lis,whoa wo first found tu,=iii, Down the hill from Uoiue I started tho other ilay, across the valley with Its rings of yellow green where the spring pools rested and on tho bridge crossinc the creek I stopped and i gazed down at the fast (lowing creek j that once, they tell lis,'was a mighty lake and filled tlie whole valley. .The old gnarled willows were still there with their Arthur Recham witch facoR peering out from the blauk knots and twisted brant-hos. Those braiicboa end these days in the tenderest greou in till creation, and sweep the flowing water wilh fairy teiulrils. ThrouRli the turnstile gate 1 passed ' into the old pasturo and there ahead j of mo were liie "delectable hills," i tllOBo baby hills, treo crowned and misty hued. Far away from roads tucked away in Iho behind land they re, and only wood-iuad folk and ohlldran wander^ down their hill-sldos. O, yes, Iho creek comes too, but prows less bolstorous and divides into many little waterways that wander 111 inio spring fashion through inany devious ways before they care i(galn to join their big brother. Down jiy those murmuring stroaiiia tho huttereups and violets still grow uud piioo again I balanced on_ the Hpongy Qhihips of grass arid rfeafiheU for the fcholcost sprti'j'fi', � A llttlQ- 'wlltl'' older tree was In bUioiii nnd from Its tip tnoat brauuli a blue bin) .oourud a Items of Interest 'Round the Store LADIES! A FINAL CLEARANCE OF ALL OUR SUITS AT HALF PRICE is to 1)0 effected on Saturday. This Is not "KIrc Sale, "� "Auc'tlon" or "End of Season" stuff, but our regular season's lieautiful goods. Slock taking is approaching THAT'S WHYl Of Special Interest to Thrifty Shoppers. LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUMPS With a iilain toe and white heel. Very neat a)id drossy. Sizes 2',2 to 4. | qq Saturday Special ................. LmUU BOYS' RUNNING SHOES In white, with white rubber soles. Sizes I to :i. Saturdiiy 1 qq Speci.il ........................... Imu" MEN! WITH EVERY SUIT SOLD ON SATURDAY WE WILL FIT YOU WITH A HAT FREE OF CHARGE VALUE $4.50. Any color you want. Our suits range in price from $25.00 to $;!".,"jO, This offer Is for Saturday only. Have you bought your BOYS' SUIT yet? Remember we are giving A WATCH FREE with every one of our Roys Suits at Jlfl.O,"). An o.xtra pair of pants given with each suit as well. 100 Travellers Samples of Ladies' Fancy Collars on Sale Saturday. These are perfectly fresh-never been shown liefore. There are 'satin, moire, silk, organdie and colhtr and,cuff sets. All one price, They are lieautifuUy trimmed, some with buttons, others with silk soutache braid, hem-Ktilched and luce edged, etc. The regular values range from ^1.75 to $2.50. SILK BOOT HOSE An extra special in black, white and pearl grey. All sizes. Regular $1.25 iiair. qq Saturday Only.................... OuC (Limited 3 pairs to a customer.) 2 ONLY, DINNER SETS 85 pieces. Uristol Alkalou China with I!oyaloii.,pattern. Regular $14.50. A QC Saturday Special ................. "ID 1 ONLY, DINNER SET 5g pieces. English porcelain with neat green and gold border. Regular $17.50. Saturday Special 12.95 3 only, Cut Glass Berry Dishes 3.50 Regular $4.50. Saturday Special ................. stream of melody. The elder trees' swooning perfume and the bird's song induced a great drowsiness. Almost afraid they might cast a spell on me. 1 luirried up the hillside. The branches met above my head and the filtered sunlight througli tlie new green buds made a niervel-lous pattern for my fee!. Old last year's leaves sang ihoir soft self ef-fftcenieul rustle and tenderly caressed tho pure wlillo blood root and tril-lium thai rose out of their tender care into tlie new wprld. Little tongues of flame are si ill there preaching tlicir lesson of modesty and nearby the sweet aneomoe still blooms, tlie trees grew'thicker and soon 1 walked in a soft half twillgliL Here there were iilil little pools of last years melted snow, and the violets were a darker purple. What was my surprise to see In the distance a lady clothed In snow white. 1 liusiied my steps, ii feeling of superstitious awe stole over me, when suddenly I laughed aloud, it was a iittie treo in feathery blooin. Against the gloom of the wood shi' started me, I'p, up I idiiniied, friendiy i)ranciios stretching out lielping hands while rude little prickly ones detained me, and now as the sunilglit siarted to grow stronger and there were clear openings in the trees, I came on carpets of may flowers, like bits of sea shell, with their uredescent colorings. The sweetest of llowers of spring, because the first. 1 always see tiiem ill a child's chubby hand. Some little soul whose lalth in spring outdistanced all and into town i)rouglit the trumpet cry that the gentle lady was walking on tho hills. Farewell, my dear Dory. THE CRICKET. EACHERS TO ACT AS DEPUTIES ON REGISTRATION DAY Captain George Porter, registrar for Lethlirldge Conslltueucy No. 224 Is l)i!-iy swearing in deputy registrars and helpers tor the registration of man and woman power on ,)une 22nd. This morning a number of teachers at Central School were sworn In as deputies. A number of other deputies j have also been named. I There will be a meeting tonight at ! the "^'..M.C.A. when C;apt. Porter wi.l meet wltii tho large employers of labor 10 make arrangements whereby the registration of employees will be carried on prior to registration day, thuf relieving the congestion at tho hootlis on .luiie 22nd. ("apt. Porter will ahso meet all his deputies al the. Y..M.C.A. here on .Tune 15th at :i o'clock when final instructions will be given. 1 HAIIFAX CITIZENS IFOR OUT! Halifax, .N'. S., Jtine 7;-A number of well known citizeus, (ncluding Y). McGUUvray, president of the board of trade, have. responded to an appeal hy the ma.vQr for 200 citizeus to euroll as constables for special duty la Halifax, in tho event of a hostile rul'l either ly air r- sea. It is expected that every member of tho City council will;.enroll. Tlie cltlzents\vlil bej/iup, plied with revolvers and will be secretly instructed as to what they are to do In the event c. all altack from tho enemy. PROTECT BIRDS �Washington, June 7.-A bill giving effect'to a treaty between the United States iind Canada for the protection of song and migratory birds, was adopted yesterday hy the .house and now goes to conference. Under tho treaty, the open season for ganio birds is limited In both countries to three and one half months in each year. > : : : : : : : : : : : .> WOMAN LEADS MEDICAL STUDENTS ? For U.ie first time in the history of the faculty of medicine in iMctiill llniverslty, a woman leads the first year students, tho results showing .Miss .Tessie M. Uoyd, 13.A., of ilontreul Is the winner of the class. Miss .Mary C. Childs, B.A., finished third, while Miss Lillian \X Irwin, B.A., was thirteenth. Another woman >)tudont. Miss Eleanor S. Porclval, also passed. Ail four studeiils enlored McOlU with tlie formal understanding that the university would not grant them degree!? In Medicine, but that rule was rescinded some time ago. V > ? *! *> > 'J" Cf Buy a Good Piano For Your Family Votir children are an-vious to learn mtislo-yoli aro. anxious to have them make ileflnlte progress. Then get them the satisfying instrument they should have-get them a Mason & Risch. Children love to practice on the Mason & Risch Piano-it's action Is so light and untiring. Us tone gives the child the proper tone traln-liig-rleads the student into that better underatanding of Ql'ALlTY, so iiecesHory and essential to the successful accomplishment of music. There is also satlstnctlon to you who have to do the liaylug-you know that liuyhig direct from the maker, saving tho middleman's profit, helps materially tho fund necessary to the cost of the cUHd'a edueatlou. tHt HOME Of THE VICTROLA" ^flt AND THOUSANDS Of RECORDS tVERV STYLE-EVERV PRICE fOR YOU TO 5EUCT FROM � ' UmxUi BALMORAL BLOCK FJFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDGE ;