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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IFEHALD NTNK MILADI PERSONAL McDonald of Blalrmore a visitor in the city last and Thaell were motor at Watorlon Lakes on Sun t Major of who re cently was awarded the is a relative of and Skeith motored to Waterton Lakes on return ing the following A wife of the pas tor Of the Baptist church at Medicine died In that city last and Baker and Miss Allen motored to Crows Nest Lake and re mained over Lewis and son accom panied Fisher and will visit with her for several and Guest and fam ily have arrived in the city from Ed monton and will reside here perman Nellie McClung spent Sunday in as the guest of cnroute to her homo in Ed after making a tour of the southern part of the Fisher and her Craw who have been guests of Conybeare for the last left to return to yes Edward father of Cragg and this observed his S9th birthday on Sunday hy preaching in Wesley He is still vigorous and with an active Louis Barthe of Toronto is vis iting her Norman Brah man of this Bertho with her Jack Honsoske are leaving shortly by motor for Calgary for a few days to see her who is leaving for overseas In the near fut Tho death occurred at of Venerable archdea con ot senior archdeacon in diocese of and for merly rector of He had retired from the rectorship of Farnham because of falling A son was for several years u resident of Friends in the city will deeply re gret to hear of the death of Mlna Hall at her home In The cause of death was pneumonia which followed some weeks of ill Miss Hall spent some time in coming here with her the late John Hall when in Board of ho engaged Frank Mewburn whose name appeared in yesterdays Herald amongst those made officers of the Order of the British will be better known to Lethbridge people as for many years one of this citys leading residents and a former During the war Mewburn has upheld his high reputa tion as a surgeon and his work in hos pitals in England has been subject to favorable comment on a number of O 1 ff CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Rebekahs will meet tonight at in the Red Cross rooms for sew The following letter has been re ceived from the secretary of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter The Thistle Sewing Club will meet I DOES THE QUESTION OF COST STAND IN YOUR WAY TIME was when any complex operation in dentistry meant an expenditure too great to he considered hy any but the very But dentistry has pass ed from the realm of luxury to that ot necessity and its transi tion has heen marked by a grad ual reduction of cost with steady Increase of So today it is not a question of your helng able to afford Rather ask yourself the question Can afford to do without it Our moderate charges are hased to afford us a fair profit for our skill and And should you dread a dental operation re k Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle 1 Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL with 124B 8th A afternoon for Ri Cross t Tho Girls Auxiliary will hold i work meeting tonight sharp li the Club House lit which n large at tendance Is earnestly The Ladles Aid of the First Baptist church will at H on Thurs day in the All members are imbed to come prepared to do Red Cross The Daughters and Maids of Eng land will meet In the Hall Wednesday evening 8 All members are requested to The Ladies Aid of the Christian Church will the homo of flll nth on Wednes day afternoon at 3 A busi ness meeting will he held and nil the ladles arc asked to be Owing to the fact that the Preston mit Growers Union are not able to guarantee work for the boys and girls who Intended to take the trip this summer it has been found necessary to abandon the for this The pupils of the junior department of Wesley Bible school will enjoy a motor ride tomorrow afternoon and a picnic supper at the home of and The children will meet at Wesley hall immediately after the close of The Executive of the Sir Alexander Chapter call the attention of the members to the doubleheader baseball match to be put on at in the hall park Wednesday This will be a special feature of the weeks Fleetwood school play Ing Central school and the High School playing against the OldTim Mayor Bardie will throw the wjll rauaic amt a good time It is hoped that the whole city will turn out as the proceeds are to go to theChapter for the huying of soldiers A meeting of the Canadian Girls in Training was held at the Y last ev Miss Goldie Crist acting as As the term had Miss Freda Hagell was elected Secretary for the ensuing three After opening Skeith gave a very interesting talk on Birds illustrating with a number of beaittlfnl mounted sprci which was Kroiilly enjoyed hy the The were given drill by dgllvle mid Miss The next of the will be held on third Mon day In v May My dear Lundy On behalf of the nun of the 20lh I wish through to thank the Sir Alexander rim pi O for the extremely useful gin of socks Which you HOkindly sent I assure you they am viy much ap preciated hy all rank Again thank ing you wishing yon continued success In the you are do ing for I Yours very DNESDAY DONA Major Mb j uai Veen The following celvud by the Herald To your 1 at the Bay YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS A SINGLE tender our sincerest ankN to tin Leagii of for the various that they have our viiiiiifis enter tainment officer in charge namely iiancwnced lo the that a box from ihc Womens Civic League of LeihbiidKi had Hr rlved and would be dsiribmed at the close of the Hi iue from Leth bridge and i member of the orchestra playing 1 thought that a note would not to amiss to show material and is good to see when a remembram comes from Canada ami shows in the midst I of this carnage that sunnbody cares so far Yours t Joseph Millar 43rd on adive our moral effect of the ho SOCIAL EVENTS 4 Cobbled entertained at the tea hour on Satur day afternoon for of Edmonton A Trio or Specials FROM THE Dry Goods Department 1 18 pairs of FLANNELETTE SHEETS in white or Limited one pair to each cus PER PAIR 2 Sfi yards only of Pure White Val ue today rpc PER YARD 16c Warm Weather Comforts 19c WEDDINGS i Tells how to loosen a tender corn BO it lifts out with out You reckless men and women who aro pestered with corns and who have at least once a week in vited an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison are now told by a Cincinnati authority to qse a drug called which the moment a few drops are applied to any the soreness is relieved and soon the entire root and lifts out with the It Is a sticky substance which dries the moment it is applied and Is said to simply shrivel the corn without Inflaming or even Irritating the surrounding tissue or It is claimed that a quarter of an ounce will cost very little at any of the drug hut is sufficient to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn pr i You are further warned that cut ting at a corn is a suicidal o 4 MACKAYVAXLOON On Juno the marriage look place quietly at the Baptist parsonage of Miss Pearl of and Walter Wilfred MacKay of the Baker McOLAIN HARRIS The marriage look place on June of Miss Amelia Harris of Noble and Gail McClain of at the Haptist Baker performed the cere k In St Johns Medicine by Mr George of Whit la was united in marriage to Miss of North i NURSING MISSION REPORT FOR MONTH OF No of new 54 of old 7 of 1 of professional calls day of professional calls night 22 of friendly and relief 82 of business calls of fice Total calls I ot Limited 12 yards to 3 156 yards only FLANNEL ETTE in i different Full 32 inches Regular PER YARD 19c Limited 12 yards to each No Phono No Ap No on these three LADIES COTTON cither short sleeves or sleeve Regular Wednesday only LADIES COTTON KNIT either open or Worth Wednesday only BOYS SHIRT WAISTS in a splendid rang of assorted Fust colors and All sizes In Regular Wednesday only HERES A CLEARING LINE IN CHILDRENS BOOTS Some are patent either button or blueher bottoms with cloth Then there is a strap slipper finished with u neat poplin The sixes are from 2 to 7 and the clearing price for WEDNESDAY ONLY 99c A Trio of Specials FROM THE House Furnishing Dept 1 i puds only of very dainty WHITE CURTAIN Thcsn have fancy colored borders and coin spot PER YARD 19c 2 i ends only of SCRIMS in cream and ecru with self striped centre and color ed fancy PER YARD 19c 3 2 ends only of WHITE with fancy hemstitched borders PER YARD 19c No Phone No Ap No on these Lethbridge appearance in two very fine dramatic which were well The next item on the bill was the two act The Parlor in which a tompany of twentyone ap The leading roles were ably taken by Winnifred Leo Miss Jessie Miss Mary and i and Fer Particular mention must be made of tho excellent interpretation Eastman Gushing by Miss of patients paying full of patients paying part IS of patients cared for Groceries have been supplied to 13 to 12 milk to 4 medicine for 2 new night gowns for 1 chicken and custards for another now1 Viola boots for 2 rent paid for one JeS8ie wnoae fervent patriotism in the part fairly bubbled Leo Coombs was very good as the secret service The chorus filled out the picture splendidly and were included the Misses Ireta Olga Ela Fay Anna Vera Helen Proc and Hazel spoof Blake To Mrs Bob is an adept in this line of endea and had Ills audience right with particularly so on his patriotic Leo Coombs assisted Bob in Mary Ostlund gave a delightful in terpretation of The Little Bisque and recitation of a more humor ous nature with musical accompaniment given by Marjorie The a one act comedy tickled the risibilities of the with Lcn and Coombs sup plying the Waddington gave the audi ence a treat with his singing of Al bert Chevaliers1 great song My Old and was accorded a fine re The program closed with the tab leau The Best Dressed Woman In the in which Coombs worn clothing and boots giv en to 11 43 calls for women for days work were supplied 2 calls for men for days work were Baby Clinic A clinic IHIH been equipped at he mission where mothers are Invited to bring their babies on Wednesday af ternoons when they will be weighed and Instructions given them hy tlu nurses on general care and Modified milk was prepared and given out to 3 babies during the Signed We Serve Light Lunches at Our Fountain ODD When youre downtown on a shop ping tour drop in here and enjoy a palatable light luncheon at our foun Men and women who dont care for heavy food at noon and who want a will delight in the dainty sandwiches and pastries which we always have ready to Hundreds of per sons every day enjoy our templing Nothing but the best ice crushed juices and foods are Kirkbys 606 Third South Pawson credit must ho given for her earnest endeavors which were crown ed with success in tlio producing of The Parlor Miss Idalene Iloneyciett gave a won derful interpretation of the Gypsy flower In and Miss Kathleen Maclhee rendered Conm Lassie Be Gnld To Me to the delight of the The first part of tho bill closed with a snappy black face sketch After the in which Leu Brown and supplied the com Robert liarrowman opened the sec ond pnrt with a clever cartooning sketch which went over FOR THE VETERANS WAS sisted by a company of the Miss Vivian Peterson was the ac companist for the All told the whole program was en joyable from first to It is to be hoped thatfuture efforts of a like na ture will be as enthusiastically re SANK THE SUB An Atlantic June Ger man submarine was attacked and ap parently sunk hy a British steamship from Europe on Sunday morning off the American according topas sengers on the which arrived here A United States army of ficer who saw the single shot fired at the which was only 150 yards expressed the opinion that a clean hitwas Two destroyers which accompanied the British liner closed In after the onesided combat and dropped depth charges on the spot where the sub marine had The incident took place when the merchantman was less than fortyeight hours from this port nt Despite the sultry weather a large crowd was in attendance at the Ma jestic Theatre lust night when the Veterans vaudeville show was The program was enthusiastically re and so much good fare was served that it was found necessary to omit one of two mid shorten The length of the bill was the only fault to as it wus nearly hoforu the final curtain The bill opened with a selection by the LuthbridKu city under the direction of The band allowed u rrimirkablu and once again has a band to be proud A cycle of dances next in which Ivy Alurgari et CSwemlollii IrMi la and llulda Church were the solo Kach of these pret ty girls are adepts in thu Terpsichor etm anil it was evident that they bad their dancing at Murlol tyiiUw tuaJe Uor CIGARETTE BURN Men who smoke know how pain ful a burn of this kind can Just smear on a little ZatnBuli uud It will give you no more Even a little If may develop into a very sore aa of He says I burned one of ray fingers with a I applied some oiut ment and thought It would be aJl but instead of 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