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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FMiDAY. .irNi-: II. inis THE LETHBUrDGE DAILY m.T^ALa PAGE t- : : : : : > : : : : : : ; * : A LETTER FROM OVERSEAS ? .;. (Ily ClinrloUo Becker in "I.lfc") DKAIt DAD: Wo hiul a scrliiimuKc licre last iilRlit; 1 wiian'l hurt, \nit two ot ua i!,ol klUcd; It'h ciirknis thiU my hoail wna only Tliroiigh all tlic heal and racktit of Don't Neglect your stomach. Keep it strong and well. When food disagrees with it, strengthen it with BEECHAM'S PILLS Wortb a Galnea a Oox Pinttim of ShcW V�Im i� Wonn� ir� "ill E��t Bw Salii mm int. Im kosei, ZS ctsu. tho flKlit VVltli wontlnrliig bow iIiIh April buss would bito In Willow Mver; It the larlis would . bull.!..... - ' . In our biK clra treu; C" > : PERSONAL � { � Mrs. L. Steele who has been spending the winter with her daiiBliter, Mrs ij. T. Allen, left last night tor Die east. Mrs. J. Glenlster, oi' U'lnnlpog has arrived In the city anil is the jjut'.st of .Mrs. W. A. I.evltt. �  ft Mrs.' George MnrrB- left yesterday nft6rnoou to visit her father in Vancouver. . . Mrs. M. .McKay and family t^xpeot to Iitave fiiiortly in take up their residence at the f'oast Mr. and .Mrs. George Wilson and children who iiavo been (ho guests of Mr. and .Mrs. IJavjd Donald tlila week | (hut so many of the rin, -l voiihk worn-lefi, for their home near Uarons last I en have responded to lUv m^cd frir ex- ovenhiK. Mr. 0. .\lllBon who reccny^ underwent a very serious operation is now doing well, though lie will not be able to return (o liis home for some time yet. l.etiijiri In hearing enlisted been promoted to the rank of Ser gennt. , Sgt. Glayzor has received great praise for his work in the ffeld. s OF easona ear a Dies or Saturday's Selling Values that are Absolutely Right Keep San! Off the Burning Get Under a Pretty Sunshade About two hunilrod or more protly Sun Shades and Parasols in a hundred different styles. Show-lug all the newest ideas in handles and coverings. Selling at each $1.00 up to $6.50 Very Attractive Lines at $2.50 & $3.50 Middies and Skirts of Repp and Pique Lool^ Well for Hot Weather Wear TiOng Ruasian Coat Middies. AUj white, white with colored trin.nilngs and solid colors. All sizes .�14 to -I'l. Each $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $3.00 White Repp and Pique Skirts $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 SPECIAL! SPECIAL!! PRETTY PORCH DRESSES that are exceptional value, in tan, hlue and pink, new styles direct from the manufacturer this week. Now on sale at each, $3.75, $5.50 and $7.00. Women's Outing Hats . 90c, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 Ready to Wear Kiddies' Hats.....3Sc up to $2.00 Girls' White VoUe Dresses Ilandsomo styles, fine quality materials, well finished drosses. Sizes ti up to !( years. Each......$2.50, $3.75 and $5.00 Cool Silk Hosiery Values That Are Exceptional for Saturday Selling Fine Silk Hosiery (or Woman "Crown Brand" in black and colors. Ucgular value $1.25. Q(V_ Selling Saturday, per pair .............. JVC Monarch Knit Hosiery Sll!�. ankle, llslo top In colors and black, npr Special, per pair ........................ I DC Finest White Lisle Hosiery, Silk Finish A well shaped hose In all sizes. repair.................................... loC Adanac Silk Hosiery, at $1.00 Tlie old vvlco still prevails. This line sold at n dollar two years ago so that It ia good buying now. niacU aiul white only. AU sizes. -i i Per pair.............................. l�l For Cool Underwear you cannot do better than select your requirements from our splendid stock. Crepe de Chene Underwear Moderately Priced Camisoles $1.50 up to $3.00 Envelope Combinations $4 and $5.00 Silk Bloomers .... $3.75 and $4.50 Night Gowns........ $4.50 to $6.00 Women's Union Suits .... . . 85c Short sleeves or without sleeves, .white ribbed cotton. Women's Silk Lisle Union Suits, $1.75 . Very fine light weight wilji.out, sleeve, Neatly trimmed. Nainsook Brassieres, 65c, '85c, $1.00, and..........$1.25 impson Co. Ltd. I. O. D. E. Make DLMiuind on the National Council of Women -A Secret Scs.sion Branttord, Ont, .luin' M. -At the session of tho Nati(i:;al (Vmucil of Women this afteriKum wIm-.u tUi- nv,\\ lor ot the willidraw;i) of ili,, I. O IJ. K, from the council if tlir'v did not i .V^, refusf; to allow Gernimi women to be'"'** atfiilnted with thoni in liic Inleruat lonal council niul (In- "li'cdon of of-ficoj's : : : : ? ? ? : : : : ; : ; A concert was givcMi last night al Coaldale under tlie direction of .Miss Idalino Honeysett by ihu pupils ot Mrs. Pawson and Lra M. Coombs. Among those appearing on the programme were, Mr.';. .1. R. Kennedy, Miss Vivian Petersiiii and her pupil Miss Bessie I..overing. .Miss Kathleen McPhee, Ivy Adani.~. .Mary Clark. Mar-ton Kcnney,, Marjurio 'femlth. Ursula I'JUou, Olga Andeijon, A. Thompson, Florence Donald. Helen Proctor, M. \^ Coombs, and others. �  a The total receiDts taken In by tho Sir Alexander C,a,\t Chapter 1.0.D.E. in the double-lieader baseball n.atch last Wednesday amounted to SliSi.n."). The expenses amounted to $7.10, leaving the sum of $32.8,') which will be devoted to soldiers' comtorts. �  � There will uui bo a meeting of the Junior Giris' Au.villary of the St. Cyprian's on Tuesday evening. 2  � Thoro will not be a meeting of the Girl Guides ot St. Cyprian's M.onday night. A nmslcal and dramatic art recital by the pupils in tho earlier grades of MlsB Vivian l'el>;rson. Mrs. Jessie Bond Pawson, J. George Harper and Leo M. Coombs will be given on Monday afternoon at tour o'clock sharp in the Conservatory concert ichamber. A most cordial invitation is given to alt interested to attend. A very enjoyable programme has been arranged. * * m t. .: i. � ? ? > USE FRUIT JUICES. ? : : : ? : > ? : : ? : ? After tho ami Btrnlnlng of fruit juice for Jelly, put the pulp back in the' kettle, cover with water and cook fifteen or twenty minutes. Steam a second time, siiucezlng out all the jiilce. This may be bottled and sealed with paraffin and is satisfactory for pie or blanc mange. Make the pie after a lemon pic recipe, using the jnico instead ot water and lemon, adding cornstnrcli, salt, sugar and an egg, making a meringue, ot the Willie of an- egg. I always bottle juice from apple and peacli Bklns. If a tow drops of oil of lemon he added, a good mock lemon plo results. Por tho blanc mange, use trnit juice instead of milk, adding cornstarch, salt antl sugar. Black raspberry juice is specially good for this I'lgga can be omitted. Corn syrup may bo Bubstitiited for halt the sugar. Woman's World. mi June Weather and the New Smocks are Essential -One to the Other. The more fact that smocks ore dressy and washable, is reason enough to have brought such popularity for the new garment. Wo have a tremendous range, some smocked with ditfor(.'iU colored illks; some plain; others wl'h or without belt; some v,itn silk ties-In tact all the latest styles e.Ktant. Prices from $2.75 to $5.00 COOL COMFORTS FOR THE FEET Girls" White Canva.s SLIPPERS ^\;ilh Elk solos and ankle straps. Sizes 4 to 10. j 2q The same, sizes 11 to l 2, At ................. Men's White Canvas TENNIS SHOES with rubber soles, for street wear as well. Keg- � qq ular ?2.25, for ........ i*"0 Men's Dongola Kid Gunmetal Calf and Veloin- eolf BOOTS with medium .woight aoles. Very dressy. Regular to $7.50, a qa for....................fl*09 WASH GOODS IN OUR LARGE CENTRE WINDOW? Sonie very dnlhly and novel effect.t; amongst them, aro. there not.'.' But they are only a faint reflection of the many beautiful lines Of eoodii we' carry In this department. Tomorrow (.Satiirdayi we shall place ouV entire sloc'k of' wash goods on our tables at a groat reduction for SATURDAY ONLY. The range Is too vast to', enumerate particulars and. prices here, but all goods will be plainly ticketed at their reduced prices. As an instance we will quote at random }UBt one lino -a Silk Striped Voile. 30 in. wide. Selling at $1.00-will he l)laced on the table at 69c All are new ."leason's goods -no old stock or Jobs amongst them. SUNSHADES Hot burning rays call for a parasol when you are out for a 'Stroll of nn afternoon,, and aside from this, what woman is there who does not cherliih a beuutitui gay parasol? It makes walking a pleasure. Black and white effects, gay colors, stripes apd fancy borders. Newest handle arrangements . We have them all from $1.25 to $15.00 . A Shipment of New Tub Skirts, priced from $1.19 to $6.75 Has Just Arrived .Many women have turned to . wash skirts in Vtew of the btgh-er-oosts of - silks, dresses-and' suits, and In conjunction .witli the new smocks, nothing coulfl.; be smarter or more economical. Our ri^nge ofWash Skirts In excepdonally good-^ne Una .in parttculav-a while . pique,, has largo pearl Ijuttons dovyn the entire side and the now glrdl�? pocket being exceedingly smart. But come and see tho entire; range. You will bo pleased with them, and will not he unduly pressed to buy. COOL COMFORTS For the Men Wouldn't' a selection from these items make this hot weather a pleasure instead of a burden. And our prices ai'e right. Compare them. ^ ' B.V.D. and Pot'oHs Knit styles underwear 1 aa for.................... l.ZU Japunoso Panamas in p a a , 6 .styles from $3.50 to 0*UV Men's Boaters In all tho popular plaits. From $1.50 j Jq Basswoods, in fedoras and flat crowns. From S6c j Sport Shirts wllU plain | OP .' or fancy collars. Up from l��tO White Duck Trousers. O 7e From $2.25 to......... C�IO In fact, everything in Cool Comforts tor the .Men. . ?* i^Mirisoife Bag (BwniMBiB.Jiji| STEEL FOR JAPAN. Washington, .luna 14.-Que htind-red and fifty thousand tons of steel have boon allocated'to the'Japnnese sovernmont by the war indnatrlos board, completing tho first stop in the reciprocal agreement entered into whereby Japan will build ships for tho United States. : .;. ? KAISER UNDER FIRE. ? C --- �� > Amsterdam. Juno )14.-15m- ? peror William went into re- : : INSTITUTES SIMILAR TO ? ? THOSE OF CANADA ? ? ? ? Canadians will rend with gennino pleasure and a ijuite jusllt'able pride that England has adopted Women's Inslllutos. Tho lusplratlon camo from Canada and the English organizations ore to bo conducted along tho same linos ii3 their Canadian prototypes. Tho first Institute was establiahed In lillu at Anglesey and from-tho very first flio plan succeeded. � Women in Binall vlUageB and remote liaralots were not slow to realize and wolcomo tho opportunity to escape from a deadly tnonotony In daily lite to a broad ? * ? : : : �:.;. ;. '> GENERAL > : v ? : : �: .;..;..;. Lady" Gortriidb Crawford is the director of tho women's brancii of , , ----- tho Air Service in England and she ^'"^ iMtltutea will be of incalculable outlook which would enlarge, their social and mental horizon. The same problems would be met but there would be tho encouragement gained from' meeting others who could give help. ' Idea Popular.' Already 2S0 Kngllah and Welsh villages hiive started institutes and the board of agriculture is pushing' tho movement in every poaslbLe way. Both paid tthd voluntary workers are on-gaged- as lecturers and demonstrat-ore and lltoraturo is being widely distributed. The demand for lnst.ructoi'8 Is greater than the'supply, ab ' eh-thualaatieally are tlio villages adopting the Idea. v Tho general plan is to holdmeetings once a month in some hall, school or private house. There will he a lecture on some subject of g'eiieral !n-ferest such as poultry raising or home nursing. Great stress is to bo placed nn cottage gardening � and demonBtra-tors will later inaugurate a campaign for canning toudstiiffs. The government realizes that along this one lino of food production and consHrvatlon  recant tlgUting. on tho French  ner, the emperor's favorite >  corroapondont, ^vfio  accom- * �> panles hlin.,9^ h)s tQurs, > �* �  � -S- * � � �  ^ � brings to her work practical ijuali licationa ohtalhurt along many lines of Ira'lriine. For imo thing, she is a mastor .turner-one of tho .very foiv women who can iiuallty in this work. Proof of her title rests, among nlhor things, on the fact that sho actually carved un egg on a lathe. This teat is raroly accompllslied by either men or wofuon. TocUnlcal skill ot tho highest has come to l.ady Oortrudo also from having worked in a munition factory from tho very beginning of that work for women. Thousands of women mechanicians will find In Lady Gertrude a thoroughly capable suporvlior. Tho world at largo and patriotic women especially will watch tho dovelopinent of this new line of women's service w^lth Interest. benefit to the nation. From time to time exhibits will be arranged, and. many times, those will bo in the hands of the village women. Reliable veylpos. labor aavlng melhotls hi. housekeepinK and fj-ioiidly.. ejfchange of lielpa will moke these exhibits exceedingly popular. tntereat Will Broaden. Inevitably tho clrelo of Intereat will broaden from tUotj?..thlpg6' tlv^t; concern the daily' roiitln'e. 6?' living atifl take In the roally more Important subjects of the fumllioB. The very first thing taken up will bo baby saving and as a natural conseauencu this hat,ter care of older, uhlidrgn will follow,'Better sanitary laws,' better im.ilerstnnding of health laws, bettor housing as well as better liousekeep Ing will result from these Instltutaa. Mrs. Lyttletou, director of the women's branch of the boaid of agriculture, in summing up the,future qf.tho institute says: "I can see no end to the possibility of selfTilevelopment." Every step In self-development hieans more than one step in natloaivl development. This connection is not merely theoretical but more or less In-tunglblo. Democracy is fostered in its finest form. Women of marked executive ability in their liousebold.mau-agemont ura developing executive ability of a high order iu conducting; tho affairs of their institutes.' This means tliat they aro becoming, Independent thinkers on inatten of national importance. / Finds Outlet for Experleno*.- TUe wproan of forty has fouuS an outlet for the experience gatl;ier9d from meeting iite'a problems.' instead of being "on tho sUelf" she Ijtja bo-come a highly Tespeotod and oft-consulted authority. Suddenly she finds herself doing her bit--u bit, that tjo one else can do and that is absolutely Indispensable. Probably the oiio great quest that la common to all Is tho desiro ti know the "nice people." There is something about the work of the institutes that, finally, brings to the surface the best that la In each member. It makes "nice people." Of necessity Kngllsh institutes will dovulop along English lines and it will bo InloreBting to trace their '^evlop-ment. Already village markets bave been started by institute ->vt)rlters with help from the agricultural' or horticiiltifral, socidtJes. At 'an Oxford village children's clothes are sold at-tho market. They aro made by the older women and aro a real boon:' to the busy mothers. VillagB llbrnrles are (started In embryo; through Institutes and it iB already an accepted tact that the logical meeting plac^ li in the school buliaint^ of the district,. 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999929 ;