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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'l'^SDAY. .irxi-: 11, 1018 ^/ii LETlUmmGK DAILY IIKHALD I'MAi NfNl o *  o o : ? ? : c 'Pile Rebekalis will meet tonight at 7.:!ii in the Rod rooms for sewing.    The following letter has been received from the secretary of Ihe Sir Alo.vandcr Gait Chapter I. 0. 1). E.  � * TliD Thistle Sewing Club will meet number of beailtlfiil laonmcd .;peii-mens, which was greiuly enjoyeil by the Kirls. The .cluKKc.; wen^ given i drill by Mrs. Ogllvie :mii1 .lean | Reid. The next nieetint-. of the C. G. ; I. T.. will be held on Mi.^ iliiid .Monday in ,Iuly. *. ' " Fr.u,, ... May ].',. .My dear .Mrs. Lundy: On liehalf of the iii"n of (he 2(Hli Mattery. I wish thi'0Ui;ii yin\ to (li;ink the Sir Alexander Oali iliupier. 1. O I I.). E. for the e.xlremr');, useful glli of ! socks whlcii you so kimllv sent us. I I assure you they are v ly much appreciated by all rank. AKuiii thank-: ing you and, wishing mjii continued | fluccess in the great v.m yi,u are do- i ing for us, I remain, YourB ver>' Hulv, A. F. OONAI.Ii i.Major) O. C. '"lb fiatlerc. C, "f. A. ! , � �  The following lotti , U.if Veen re-i ceived by the Herald To the I'MItor, Lethbi .li-c Herald, Lethbrldge, Ali'. Ciuiada. . Sir.--:WI11 you, thnniiMi your paper, lender our sineerest iii.uiLs lo the AVomen's Civic Leagii" or Lethliridge, ! ' for the various iiei-ess,.lii.;; that tliey have sent. .At, oiir �'.I'aiim's enter-lainmenl ,our officer in c hLirgu here, ' namely Capt. Steele, ^inijijiiin'cd to llie : house, that a box frmn lin- Women's; Civic League of Leiliiiiid;;,, 1k,i1 arrived and would be d's; ribuieil at Die i close of the show, Unn- I'rcmi L(!tli-i I bridge myself, and a iiii-niber of Hie orchestra playing li'sc, i tlioiigiit , that a note woi'ild not l'h ^miiss to show ! our appreciation. Tln^ material and' moral effect of the bo'., i..- go;id to sec I when a remembranr.- idmes from i Canada an ?oil : J., > ? ? ? > MACKAY- \\.\-LOO.V On Juno 10, tlie mmriage took place quietly at tiie Bap'isi parsonage of Aliss Pearl Vaiilooii of Stone, Sask. and Air. Walter ^V�ilI�^.d AlacKav of Lethbrldge, the Rev. Clias. Baker officiating. . * t S: McCLAlX- HARRIS The marriage tuol; place on .lane 10, of Miss Amelia Harris of Noble-, ford, and Mr, Gail Olhe.Uo McClaln of I Wrentham, at the Baptist parsonage. Uev. Chas. Baker iiciforuied the ceremony. . .. . , * a '  �MURK.VvJtFRA.N'kS In St. John .-i cliiD'cb. .Medicine Hut, on.June 4th. by Kev. J. W. Jlorrow, Ml', George Williuiu Murray, of Whit-la, was nnited in iuarrlage lo Jliss Jessie Franks, of jSortli Carolina. NURSING MISSION REPORT FORI MONTH OF MAY, 1918, | No of new paUonts, 54; No. of old i patients. 7; Xo. of Metro, iintients, 1; j No. of professional calls (day) 2('i!1;i No. of i)rofe.ssioiia] calls (night) 22;\ No, of friendly and relief calls, S2; j No, of bn.-*iness calls V'''^, No. of of-1 tice calls, i:.".7. Total calls Tli;'.. j No. of" iiaticiiis paying full fee. !l; No. of patienis paying part fee, i;!; No, of patients cared for free. Hi'. Groceries have been supplied to i:i families, meat to 12 families, milk to 4 families, medicine for 2 patients, new night gowns for 1 patient, chicken and custards for another pnfieiil, now"! boots for 2 children, rent i)aid for one I woman and two other families who: were pressed for payment,^and have' since paid us back. Water rates wore ; paid for 2 faniilles, coal sent to 2 | families, worn clothing and boots glv-i en to 11 families. J 43 calls for women for days work | were supplied; 2 calls for men for days work were supplied. Baby Clinic ,-S. clinic has been equipped at Hie j mission where mothers aro invite^l to bring their babies on Wednesday afternoons when they will be weighed and instructions given them hy the nurses on general care and feeding. .Modified milk was prepared and given out to H babies during the month. tSigned) A. M. TILLKY, Superiiitondont. A Trio or Specials FROM THE Dry Goods Department No. 1 LS pairs 01 FLANNELETTE SHEETS in white or grey. Ijiinlted one pair to each customer. PER PAIR ^1.99 No. 2 !M) yards niilv of I'ure While FLANNELETTE. Value lodav ;;".( vard. "PER YARD 16c (Limited 12 yards to each eust oilier.) No. 3 I.-,(i yards only FLANNELETTE in (i different stripes. I'\ill :i2 inches wiile. Regular ;!0c. PER YARD 19c (Limited 12 yards to each ciistonu'r.) No Phone Orders. No Aii-provals. No C. 0. D. on these three specials. Warm Weather Comforts LADIES' COTTON VESTS, eitiior short sleeves or sleeveless. Regular :',0c. \Vednosday oiilv . 19c LADIES' COTTON KNIT DRAWERS, either open or closed. Worth aOc. Oft Wednesday only.....OuC BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS in a splendid rang.' of ns.'iorlcd stri))es. Fast colors and stout niaterials. .Ml sizes in slock. Regular fi'ic. RQ/t Wednesday only.....0�fC HERE'S A CLEARING LINE IN CHILDREN'S BOOTS .So.'iie are jinteiit lealher, lither button or bliicher slyb'. Others-kid bottoms with i-loth lops. Then there is a strap sliiiper finished with a neat poplin bow. The sizes are from 2 lo 7 and the clearing price for WEDNESDAY ONLY 99c PER PAIR A Trio of Specials FROM THE House Furnishing Dept No. 1 (! i'lids onlv of very daintv WHITE CURTAIN SCRIMS, 'l'lic.s(! have fancy " colored borders and coin spot centres, PER YARD 19c No. 2 ii cuils only of SCRIMS in whiti'. cieaui and ecru with self striped centre and colored fancy borders, PER YARD 19c No. 3 2 ends only of WHITE MARQUISETTE, with fancy hemstitched borders PER YARD 19c No Phone Orders. No Approvals. No C. O. D. on these specials. T WAS ISI PLEASING Despite the sultry weather a large crowd was in atteijdanco at the Majestic Theatre last night whoa the Vetonms' vaiidovillo show was staged. The program was enthusiastically received, and 80 much good fare was sorved up, that it was found necessary to omit one of two nuiiibers, and shorten others. The lengtli of the bill was the only faiilt to find, as it was nearly midnight hoforu the final curtain foil, Tlio 1)111 opened willi a solnetioii by the Letlibridgu city band, iinder tlu! dlroclicm of J, tlco, Jlarpor, The hand showed a reiniirkablu improveiiieni, and once again Lethbrldge has a band to be proud of, A cycle of dances next followed, In which Ivy Atlams, Margaret Asplin, Gweniiblin 'Bowivan, Ursula Elton, and llulda OUiirgli wore tlie Bolo dam^fltv. ICafch'ql" Iheijc pretty girls aro adopts in tho 'Oerp^iehor-ean art, and it-was ovidont tiiht they had thoir dancing at heart. Min Murlfll tMiX-*x inftde lior fM*. Lethbrldge appearance in two very fine dramatic readings, which were well received. The next item on the hill was tlie two act play, "The Parlor Snake," in wiilch a t'oinpany of twent.v-one aji-peared. Tlio leading roles were ably taken by .MJss Winnifred Llngard, .\lr. I^eo Coomb.s, ?iliss Jessie Ross, .Miss Mary Clark, and Messrs. M. V. t!(m)mbs, I,. S. Hrown, and W. H, Fer-guHon. Particular mention must be made of tho excellent interpretation of ICstella F.astman Gushing by .Miss Jessie Ross, whose fervent patriotism in tho part fairly bubbled over. Leo Coombs was very good as Garnett, i the secret service man. The chorus filled out tho "picture" splendidly and included the Misses Ireta Peterson, Olga Andereon, Ida Coombs, Fay Lang, Viola Green, Anna Thompson, Vera | Redmond, Marion Kenny, Helen Proc-' tor, Florence Donald, and Hazel Keith, all of whom looked simply "spoofing" in overalls. Little Hernlce lllake recited in (he intermission. To .Mrs. Pawson credit must be given for her earnest endeavors whicii were crowned witli success in the producing of �'The Parlor Snake." Miss Idalene Iloneytiett gave a wonderful interpretation of "Zingarella," the Gypsy flower girl, in costume, and Miss Katlileen ,MacPbee roudered "t!ooni Lassie He Guid 'i"o Mo" to the delight of the audience. The ficst part of Ihe bill closed with a snappy "black face" sketch ".\rter the Party," in wh'lcli Leii S. Ilrown and G. V. .Mcintosh supplied Hie comedy. Robert Harrowrnan opened Hie second part with a clever cartooning sketch wiilch went over splendidly. iHHETTE BURN Men -who smoke know how painful a burn of this kind can bo. Just smear on a littlo Zam-Buk BUd it will give you no moro trouble. 'Even a Uttlo burn, If neglected, may develop Into a very Boro place, as Mr. J. A. Savard, of Douoet, Qw., found. He says: " I burned one of jay fingers with n clgaretto. T applied some olut-ment nnd thought It would be aJl right, but instead of getting better it got worse, until the sore covered the entire top of my hand. I suffered such pniii that I could not Bleep, anil tried everything 1 could . think of but could not cure,It. " Finally a friend recaiitmonded Zara-iBuk, �which gave mo wonderful roliof, and tho continued use.ol It completoly healed, tho sore," For cuts, blister."?, rush, eczema, ulcers, blood-poison lug nd plies Zam-Buk is . eijually gttoi. All dealers HOo box. Bob is an adopt in this line of endeavor, and liad liis audience right with him. pariicnlarly so on his patriotic numbers. Leo .M. Coombs assisted Hob in songs. .Mary Osiiund gave a delightful interpretation of "The Little Hisque Doll," and recitation of a more humorous nature "Red-ilead," with musical accompaniment given by ^Marjorie Smith, "The Rehearsal, " a one act comedy tickled the risibilities of the audience, with G, V. .Mcintosh, Len S. Bruwn, W. 11. Ferguson, and M. V. Coombs supplying the fun. i'^rank Wuddington gave tho audience a treat with his singing of A\-l^ert Chevalier's* great song ".\ly Old Dutch," and was accorded a fine reception. The iM-ogram closed with the tableau "The Best Dressed Woman In the World," 111 which .Mrs,l.,eVaun Coombs portrayed the Red Cross nurse, assisted by a company of the Veterans, ,Miss Vivian Peterson was the accompanist for tho evening, .All told the whole program was enjoyable from first to last. It is to be hoped that future efforts of a like na- ture will be as entliiisiasticaiiy re-ceixed. T SANK M SUB An Atlantic Port, June 11,-A German submarine was attacked and apparently sunk by a British steamship from Europe on Sunday morning ott the American coast, according to passengers on the vesFiel, which arrived here today,, A United States army officer who saw the single shot fired at the (;-boat, which was only ISO yards away, expressed the opinion that a clean hit was made. Two destroyers which accompanied the British liner closed In after the onesided combat and dropped depth charges on Ihe spot where the submarine had disappeared. The incident took place wiien the merchantman was' less than forlj'-elght hours froHi this port at 8:00-a,m, Sunday. "Cheap" pianos soonest got down and out-cost more by, the year. Good Pianos lust longest-COST LESS by the yeaiv and retain their good appearance and tone. Mason & Risch Pianos AR13 good pianos'and moreover Mason & Risch Pianos appeal-to'the home anil tiUke, Before biiying any piano investigate the full merits ot our "Factory to lloinel.' proposition which opens tho on. portunity tor-you to make u valuable suvlug. the home Of THE VICTROLA' eVERY STYLE-fVlHY ;r|ee and thousands of ReCOROS roB'you to select from �lmiti; BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE ;