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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIimSDAY. JUNE 20. 1918 raii LKTHHHIDGE DAILY III^KALD PACll-: NINE? How to Fill Out Your Registration Card This is a Sample of How Answers Should be Made CARD FOR FEMALES Name tn full (Hurn.min last)' Samantha House. 1 Arc? 2* AddiTHS (imimHiiont)? 291, 13th Street 8outh, Lethbridge, Alberta. mimber Slroot Rural Delivery or Post Offlcn City, town, cti:., 10. Nnlionallty? British, Can you Hpenk IOdbHhIi? Yes. French ? llrillsh HUliJoot? Yes. by Ijirth? no. natui'uUziillon? Ye�. iiiurrlixKC'? No. Aro you alnglo? Yes. ninrrtoil? *l(low? dlvorcod? Mow iiihny clilldron or wards under Ifi? Will llien') children be recorded by nnotlior rcBlstrant? Oo your health and homo lies iiermit you, It renuired, to sivo tuU-tlino paid work? Yos. (UeglstrnntH anHwerlng "NO" hero, need not answer any of tlio followliifj (lUOHtloiia: It answurlnK "VI2S" or, it in doubt, Hliould fill up reat of card. All must sign affirmation.) ])o your cIrcuniBtance.s permit you to live away from homoV Yes. What is your proMOut main occupation? Clerit. (a) It In business Im 'onip'oyor, Ktnte number of tnnployces. 13. State length of experience, If iiny, 111 ............. rrovlncs i;'.. Can you family all over''i'lio ronntry. TMh hrlKlit, clever bluc-noHc or ".N'pw Scot-bind" Htock, v/ho liaK imhilxMl somis of the off-liand broozim-^s of lli Do plain coolJirig? Yes. 14. Indicate here any (lualiflcalion or practical experience wliich you possess, not already recorded. Have taken the V.A.D. course as a nurse, in. Considering your health, training and e.xperleiice, and the national needs. In what capacity do you think you could serve liesl? Poultry farming. ou to give regular uneration? No. 11 iely served. State particulars of each, if you havo (a) Trade or profession? Saleslady. (b) Degree, diploma or certificate? (c) Special training? 8 years as Saleslady. I afflrni that I havo verified the above answers and that they aro true. The ice cream sociul held at. the home of Mrs. BinniiiK liy ilw tors and Maids of ir-nglninl lust, evening was very succcs. I'lil. a gooii crowd being present ami tlie rcn-i'sli-m(!nts served being llinrniiKlily (njoy od by everyone. i m m m The nieinbers of S:. .Aucusliue's choir held a picnic in Uic liver lint-j I torn yesterday, .everyuin- iiiriiiiig out l i In full force and lie�rtil\ (�njoying thr-j afternoon's outing. ! I Tfenderson pailf piis.>n|pd a ga>': scent; yesterday, and lli" jiiiiiatli- club' boatliouso was again ih" sci;ne of Its j former activities. In iiddiiion to tlie j routine, business a ijliMsanl sociai i time was spent. Ice crrani being serv- ! ed to everyone presoii', I : : : : ; : : : : with ihellith C. M. H. Ims returued (o Canada and is visiting in the city for a short time. Miss Francis Porter, dnngliter of Mr. and'Mrs. George Porter.' Lethbridge, Alberta, has been 'Visiting in her native city, Truro,' for two weeks. She wliJ spend a little" time in Halifax and tlience to Hantsport to'vislt her father's kinsfolk before . she returns west. Miss Porter is ou live office staff of the Daily Herald of .�Loth-bridge, and is nuite interastdd in newspaper work. She is receiving a hearty welcome here In the east, e.s-peciaily from the many friends of the MclNTOSn l'i:CK On Tuesday evoninir. ;if, rlic rosi-i I deuce of itev." A. AV. It. Whilcmiui, the ' ' marriage of Duncan 1!iiI,iti .McIntoRli. j ! formerly of Garden iii I'Mlmi. I'ictoii. .N'ova Scotia, and Miss Lillian (ierlrude Peck, formerly of P;(i\ iilcuce. K. I., to'ok jilace. Tlie ceriiiKiny was por-1 formed in the preseiK i' ot � few I friends of the couple, v.lio will spend i a brief honeynioou in at Letli-1 bridge.--Calgary Caniuli.ui.    .NEILSO.V-CHKlS'rK.NSKN On 'i'uesday, June IS. ihe marriage of Miss .lulia Nellson lo Mr. .lames Cnrislensen was tiuii'tl.v .-i)l, Regular $1,00, for____DOC NIGHTDRESSES Ladies' white cambric night dresses in good (inaltty of material. Neatly made and ,well trim-mod with embroidery edging, Slip-over style. Values up to $1.50, lor........ 1.00 SILK COMBINATIONS Ladles' fine knit silk comblna-tlona In white or pink. Well finished and made in no sleeve and loose ki)oe style. Spleii did valifo at.....'...... SILK CAMISOLES Dainty white or pink silk cain-iaoles. Made from good quality of silk. Lace top .finished with bund of silk. Shoulder straps ot silk. 1 7t; Only ........>......... ImID Corset Special Ladies' Corsets In the large sizes. Made from the finest of material and well made. Only they are odd pairs, so out they go. Sizes 25 to 28. Regular up to ?3.50, for................. 2.00 5.00 CREPE CAMISOLES SILK COMBINATIONS Made from good quality of Japanese' Silk. No sleeve, front and 'Shoulder straps neatly finished with embroidery silk in amall featherstitch design. m f't^ Envelope stylo, at.....^.DU Boys* Hose � Hoflvy ribbed Ootton hose for the boys. Good quality hoso, not all sizes, hut a good ussortmont in SVa to 10. Worth today, :i5c, rjp. for'................... oiiC Lace trimmed crep6 de cheno camisoles In soft flesh shade. Finished with dainty lace and well made in every way. n C A Very attractive at.....6.uU WHITE SILK DRESSES An all white dress, made ot washable silk in two very pretty styles. Just the dress for this warm woalJior. Como In and look, these over. 22 QQ MOTOR COATS ' Another now lino of motor coats. Shower, proof corduroy coats made with convertible collar.,and raglnn sloevo, Qood^fit. ting style. Only .........-,..... LADIES' TAFFETA DRESSES Ladies' checked taffeta dresses In neat full styles. Your choice of bluq or brown and two different styles to select from. A very attractive | t% |va price. Only .......... lO.VU LADIES' SUMMER HOSE Ladies' colored cotton hose in I'alm Beach, brown, sand, grey, or white. Full fashioned and a splendid line of hose tor piim-mor wear. C Pair ...........:...>. ODC White Underskirts � White cambric underskirts in good tree style. Well made and neatly trimmed with lace. Splendid value at ?1. 7C_ For ............. .1 JC RYLANDS & Underwear The Busy Store Co. Ladies' Ready-tO'Wear they will make their Muybutt, Alberta. i'''.';ldeiice at ^ �� * * * � �. � o : o � o c� t' ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > : ? : : : ? ? ? : ? : ; : ? : : : The bankers will'phiv llie Old Timers ai baseball tomoriDw (Friday) at B.'l.'i in tlie ball park. The proceeds will go to the Saill>^'.�^ Relict. i\ rusing game is e.xiu'iUMl and the Sir ."Viexaiider Gait Chapii r I.O.D.l';.. hopi^s that everyone wilj,;-|ii.' on .deck for '.he gay proceedings,,,- � *.'. ' Gr. Harvey Scliwoi(/.or writes tli.-it the parcels sent by the Girls Auxiliary lo the Letliljri.itje members ot the 78th Battery were rec(Mved and 'very raiicli appreciated by tlii- boys. Tlie montlily iin'cilng of the Young People's Bible Chiss of the UnitcHl Cliui-ch ot. Nortli 1.4;lhbridge was held at the home ot .Mr', and Mr:-i. H. Harf on Tuesday evening last. Tlie opportunity was taken to celelirate thfeir 5th Anniversary and Miss M. Kennedy on behalf of the members of the Clas.s made a proseiitiuion suitable to the occasion. During an evening of games and music whicli ensued l\tr. .1. P. Westnian. Alberta Superintemli'nt ot Missions for the Methodist cluircii. gaVe a short address on "Life at the Summer School, iis opportunities and benefits." At tin- conclusion of the program a dainiv menu was served. WHO WOULD THINK of weariti.g ;i new dress ami a new corset and n new hat and i.ew shoes - everytliing new- -without fresh, crisp, miowwliiic tindcr-muslins? II would mar the newness of your ('ostuini' even though they are undergarments. Our superior stooks of wliitewoar still continue to attract hosts of keen sbopiiers to the store. And nil wombM", for wc are still maiiitniniiiK llie old prices in s|)ile of tin-(iiuirinoiis advanci's on all cotton goods, and shall coiitiiuie lo do so while our slock on liaiid lasts. Just Note and Compare These Prices. Corset Covers .... 42c up Underskirts.....85c up Drawers........45c up Night Gowns.....85c up Brassieres......65c up Combinations . . . $1.00 up GISTER AT 'THE BAY 3 Ladies' Patent Leather Cloth Top Boots Has 10 incli tops with funcy strap round the toi). Has medium vamps and I'"reiich hecils. Fashionable. Imt very service-aide ill sizes 2',;; to 5. Special Price . . $2.59 ON SATURDAY For liie convenience of the public in general and our customers in particular, we have arranged tiiat a booth siiall lie installed on our premises for registration ijurposes. It will 1)1' situated in our House Furuishlngs Dept. Two Extra Specials for the Boys BOYS' SCHOOL SHIRTS, in Butcher Blue and grey colors with attaciied collar. Sizes 12 to 14. I-'ricod T'lc i |�|� and ................ l.UU BOYS' "COVERALLS." A most, useful one-piece garment, very strongly made and of hard wearing material. Sizes from 2 to years. Special price 1.25 A Special Selling of NINON at per yard - 'I'here are ten shades to choose from-Brown, Green, Pink. Black, Ecru, Navy, Wliite, Saxe, Pale Blue aud Pea. It Is full '10 inches wide, and the regular price is ?1.2r) yard. LIMITED TEN YARDS TO EACH CUSTOMER \\^\\\ : ? ? ? PROVINCIAL HEALTH INSPECTION, : : c- Calgary where all the Provincial Health nurses will meet to prepare for liie public health exhibit wlilch will be put on at tlie (.Calgary fair. -AliH.s Smith, � Superintendent of I'ubiic Health .Nurses, also paid a visit to Coaldalo last Friday and Saturday. � � * ? ? : > ? ''f ; ? MILK STATION. ? ? > C* v Miss Davidson, provincial hcaltii nurse, is in llie city to-day, having completed lier inspection of tlie schools in Coaldule and district and at Chin. very thorough o.xaniina-tlon of the pupils is made of the eyes, teelli, hearing, nutrition; weight, height and nasnl obstruction, throat condition and general liliyslcal conditions. Record cards are made out in duplicate, one being left at the school,, the other going to the department whore a record is made of tliem, the teacher at tlic school distributing notices to the parents. The niirso also makes, daily, weekly and monthly reports lo tlie department regarding her work. U. might be asked what are the qualitlcatluns of these nurses and wliat different branches ot work aro included in their duties. it may be explained lliat It l.s necessary for a public lieHlth nurse lo be a graduate of an approved training school, and re^istorod in the jirovince. Her special training aliouid be directed first to general knowledge- of what public health work nioana, and a history ot nursing as it appilCR to her work. The public .houlth nurse ,inay bo called upon to carry out iabratory oxamina-'tions, and "must know how to do medical and dental insiiection of schools, and examine for defeats of the eye, oar. nose and throat, all of which work has been thoroughly taken in special lectures. " The medical iiispecliou of sciiools, however, is only one pflaae ot work; the nurse must bo able to advise e.^i-pectnnt mothers, inust bo prepared to give talks to sciiool children on personal hygiene i\w\ lo mothers on liome nursing and bow to. deal willi emergencies wilhin the home. She Is not tO' dlngnoB diseaso' or,-.take the place ;o;f .tt. pjiyslolan, hut ^itiy find things ivhlcli are not noriiial lo't'h'o lieallh of the community and co-operate with tho proper centres for tho care of the physical welfare ot tho comnuinlty. All services are given free, and we trust that tho public wiU^.ho prepared ito enlist these-fervlceii,'alongiajjy or i'jill of the lli^6sM%liJitJffl.^ ': MIbs Davidson, iflio mxk fttken sp'ec-liil Borvico work in the United States, . vlaltod at Crystal liuko School yestor-I day n^nd will leave shortly tor Lethbridge has now the distinction ot hiiving in operation a milk station and baby clinic which is handled by the .Nursing .Alisslou and. is in splendid running order. Many people are not aware that this has been iii operation in a small way for some time anil thai already the lives ot several babies have been saved through this pure food. The saving of one little lite alone would repay for the trouble of its operation. A dainty room'in pure white has been, specially fitted np at tho Mission and with its clean while walls and fixtures la an inspiration in itsolf. Here it is possible to obtain real, pure milk, a scarce article In these days of adulterated . foods. The milk is new and fresh and is from tuberculor tested cows so that it is not in any way eontamihated. Here also the babies may lie weighed and advice from experienced nurses can be oblainod so that no mother need be ignor/trat of tlie best things pertaining to her baby's welfare. Tliat the milk station has become an established fact is duo to the untiring Interest of many of the ladles of the city aided by tho results of tho lag daV and that it will bo a shccobs is u'ssiired when remembsrlng that it is in the capable charge of the members .of tho Nursing  Mission,' who never hesitate in an effort which Is for the public benofit. This interesting nnd\ inspiring stai't gives promise of greater things in baby,welfare ere much time has elapsed and shows that a step has been taken in the right direction. , � * . t- ? ? ? > ? ? ? ; : ? -J' { ? ? : BAPTIST WOMEN'S ? ? MISSIONARY SOCIETY ? > "� - ? .;. .;. .;. .J.-.;. .;. .j. .;. .;. .;. information, Mrs. Don Campbell. : HOW TO BE A MODEL : : GUEST. ? : * : : : : : : : ? : >>��* Here are a few Important do's and dou'ts'for all who strive lo be model guests, the kind who are always urged to "come again." Do arrive at tlie time agreed npoiil as far as the matter lies wlthlu your power. In these days of late trains and atinoyiug storms, hostesses are growing very lenient, but beware lest your tardiness be due to your own carelessne|i3. Do bring all the necessary clothes and small accessories for which you will have nse (wash-cloths and towels do not come in this list, us they are provided tor you by your hostess.) Also be sure to pay for your own laundry, telephone calls, and other smnli things and to supply your own postage. Don't accept iuvitations, howeyer informai, wiUiont consulting ilie friend whom you are visiting; and await a couflrniation of an invitation tit you are one of the fair sex) by your hostess heforo accepting one given by a male member of the fain-il.v. Don't stay so long that yon "wear out your welcome," nor so short 8 time that you seem cold and unap preclative. I'hijoy everything that i.s planned for you and bo careful to lei those about you know you are havlnj a good lime. .Vothing sq wafms the cockles of a iiost's heart as to know his ottorts are recognized and liked. Do not expect the maids to do "ode jobs" for you. Your hostess wii; doubtless offer their services^ whei she knows they aro needed, hut even then do not ask too much. Unless ro quested not lo tip the servants, leave a smiill sum of money with each one who has served you. Do send "pp.c.'�" to all the friends ot your hostess who have entertained you or called on you. These are your calling cards with "p.p.c." written in either ot the lower corners. These letters stand for the French words "to take leave." The cards should be mailed the day you leave town. Do send a bread and butter Icttei Immediately after your departure. Nursing Mission pure WeSH MILK From tuberculo8lB!. MacArthur, Calgary; second vice-president, IMrs. Miles, High Uiver; tiiird vice-preBldeiit, Mrs. C. C. .McLaurln, Calgary; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Alex. Mf^Taggart, Calgary; recording Hocretary, Mrs. W. ,1. llimtor, Calgary; treasnror, Mrs. W. IS. Toney, Calgary; assialanl treasurer, Mrs. A. G. Uilohrist, Calgary; Slissloa Band superinlondont, Miss Lottie DafoB, Calgary; auxiliary superiiitondout, iMrs. S. i3verton. South ICdmuntun; scurotary lltorutui'u ui