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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JUNE Canadians Will Respond CUcDy and Cheerfully to Anything That Food Board Sees Fit to Ask of Says Lady White PHONE 1224 will netef tiever ttt They have seen Many a frail old French lady a harvest within the sound of the a nurse serve hours into Mays without rest or a concert girl sing hour without ffing through scenes scenes of which now cannot singing brave ly at the time just to t little touch of home to doothe the tortured body of a wounded These wdMetl have done what a few would have been deemed Impossible for feminine We at homo are only asked to gather the product of ilio seed which laddie put the rich brown earth in Our gallant lad has will we allow his labor to count for naught Signify your willingness on the 2nd of June to go over the Let the farmer be the officer com irinnding and women the willing There will bo no such word ns cant when our boys meet the Hun who bombed their comrades rest low no cant to enter our heads on re gistration Let harvest moon shine on a goldeu hsjrvpst garnered Canadian women as brave as our al lied ANNUAL CONVENTION THE CALGARY There is a real tfeat in store Xor those tovisit the Calgary Industrial June l8th to July Never before have the indi cations for a successful exhibition the Mir will truly the show wlndoV of the best the na tion can No one Interested in lito slock can possibly view the wonderful displays of almost perfect without getting real en joyment and The special features arranged for the recreation of visitors are the cleverest ot tho present On June Girls and Boys the girls and boys classes will be as well M the Short horns and Swine On Mon July Dominion pure fired stallions wilt be Judged as well as and On July United Farm ers pure bred Aberdeen j Angus and Ayrshires will be arid there will also be a parade of prise winning horses in the evening in front of the Wednes July Soldiers the heavy draft and agricultural Jer seys and Red Polls will be Cattle parade will also be held in the evening in front ot the There Will be horse races in the evenings of June 29th to July 3rd in clusive and automobile races with the worlds greatest using on the afternoons of July American and July Alito A free accommodation bureau will be conducted by the Exhibition Com pany at the Depot so visi tors should have no difficulty in get ting Special arrangements have been mnde to park Automobiles on the exhi bition An admission fee of IN SUNDAY SCHOOL June hymns in Sunday school wan the unique dis cussion brought up at this mornlngg session of the IQafkUitB twentieth an nual convention In the First Baptist McNMly of AltWugh no definite ac tion was taken in this It was suggested by some of the delegates that this might possibly be carried out to advantage where the children attending could not be Induced to who addressed the delegates on Sunday School Or ganization and pointed out that it was absolutely necessary for pastors to get the children of the parish Interested in the Committees The following delegates were elect twentyfive cents per be charged for and they will be checked free of An extra fee of twentyfive cents will be charged if the cars are left checked on the ex hibition grounds over Special illustrated folder giving in formation regarding the exhibition can be obtained by writing Rich Manager of the nd tor the committees today J Sunday school federation committee Dr E Thom V U Stono and Social service A IL Jordan and The Alberta Linseed Oil of Med icine has been Incorporated with a capital of Packet of WILSONS FLY PADS WILL KILL MOPE FUES THAN OF ANY STICKY i i Y CATCHER Clean to Sold by all Grocers and General LADY WHITE of the Minister of Finance I believe that food conservation an address of welcome the reports of Will prove mighty factor in the con1 committees were An interest duct of the and in as in inK lecture was given by George The following is the most excel lent report given by Buch anan of the eighteenth annual cou 1 vention of the Imperial Order Daugh ters of the Empire tfeld in Toronto j from May 27 to It was given by Buchanan at the meeting of tho Major Jack Ross Chapter last week and at tho Sir Alexander Gait Chap i ter last There were present delegates rep cnlfr that the soldiers who are finds it necessary to make from time resenting the women of the 700 I fighting for us may be well supplied to chapters of the Following with the most nourishing food and that the people of Great Britain and tho Allies may be saved from bun we in Canada are asked to in crease our production of foodstuffs and to assist to the utmost of our ab ility in conserving what has been As is being reiterated every the object of increased production and of the saving of food is one and tho that more may be available to be sent H stands to reason that the less food consum ed In Canada the more there will be j to be shipped i If ail the people of Canada would resolutely determine to consume dur ingvtho war only as much food as is 3iocessaryfor the proper maintenance j of a national ecof Homy would be Generally speaking all of us eat much more than Is really good for other the Canadian people may be depended upon to nobly and bravely do their LADY JOIN THE ALLIES A Tiuific June rial members of the American Red Cross mission to which arriv ed here night asserted that thous ands of CzechsSlovaks are on their Apartfrom the question of savj way to the United States to offer their Ing in itis imperative that services against These in the foods which tre high in nutritive value for their This is why we are asked to use as little wMte bacoa and butter as and to refrain from using much lamb and veal in Jlace cf We plenty of substitutes which we can use with out injury to our and brown rolled pota beans and other mention only a While everyone cannot produce yet all can save by exercising a little patriotic selfde What the Chairman of the Food Hoard Is aslcing us to do is but a small thing in the way of and I im sure that we should gladly ob all the regulations which he it was had been conscripted by Austria when war was but at the first opportunity they had de serted to the remaining with the latter until the BrestLitovsk peace treaty was The treaty being unsatisfactory to they de cided to come to America and offer their NOTED FRENCHMAN MISSING June Alexandre prince and duke of is says an official announce It is believed he is a prisoner in the hands of the The who is a descendant of the famous Field Marshal Berthier ofthe Xapoleouic is 35 years Two daii regulators CNOS regulates tile action of the digestive and eliminative system upon which life In biliousness and skin eruptions arising primarily from disorders of the liver it exercises a prompt and beneficial effect at cooling and Comprised of the valuable elements of ripe fruit in a simple palat able its action uponthe liver is in every sense as beneficial as the raw juices of the fruits from which it is A Htuttholtl rtmedy tor nearly 40 ytan ENDS FRUIT SALT Prepared by Fruit Salt Sole Agents for North America HAROLD RITCHIE 10 TORONTO Smith of Catherines who alluded to the assistance rendered education by the 300 libraries being sent out and travelling exhibits of historical Following the municipal reports the Scheme of French Relief as outlined by Madame Casgrain was strongly opposed by Lady moving in her resolution that some scheme of French relief be chosen at the meet ing and that the money be sent di rect to tho French government or through one of the great channels of relief for After much ills cussion an amendment was carried j to the that the delegates wishj I cd to place themselves on record as being in sympathy with the National i Executive in its desire to have mem j orial in France to our men and That money already received or to be re ceived under the special appeal for France in an official circular letter of March be applied to fur nishing homes or huts either built or to be built in the devastated areas or for immediate in some other of the inhabitants of those dis tricts as designated by the Work In The president impressed upon those present the necessity ot the provinces forming Provincial Reports were then heard on the work in the Halifax disaster and on Morgan gave a very splendid j speech on tlie vital importance of work among the foreign peoples and the necessity for the assimilation of The election of officers followed re sulting in the reelection of who has been presi dent for eight years and of Bruce aa treasurer for her nineteenth There was a great change in the It was decided that a white bar should be issued for mothers ot nurses serving A committee was formed or five members and one rep resentative from each province to draft a constitution to contorm to the ganeral principles of the present con stitution and giving proportional rep resentation to the provinces on the National j Miss Lang in her speech remarked that Lloyd George had said that more than anything else he feared the dis1 ciplined nation behind the She urged on all chapters to take as slogan Substitute for wheat Telegrams were sent assuring those overseas that the women pledged themselves to serve and save and enj A petition was sent to theiDo minion government asking that it or Banixe a Womans Auxiliary Corps to the navy and air forces similar to the of Great A resolution was also passed asking that the government issue thrift stamps and five dollar war certificates and that Federal Bureau of Child Wel fare be compilation of all men who have served the Em pire and that each chapter keep a com plete record was also A cable was sent to Sir Edward Kemp to endeavor to try to secure an ex change of all prisoners as the French government has A hearty vote of thanks to Buchanan was moved by Leech and seconded by for this splendid wad in the REGISTRATION DAYS Women on the 22ml day of we are not only to dis play our but our willingness to use the brain anil brawn which it is our privilege to Will we bu ready to go over the It our duty to study our dally life verv oxumino each hour lend every second possible to fighting Show the boys al the front tbftt SPECIAL BARGAINS For SATURDAY AT SIMPSONS LADIES RUSSIAN COAT All white also white with colored trimmings fast washing All sizes 36 to Worth regular j iyg On sale Saturday at 1 I D FANCY WASH SKIRTS 1 dozen only to sell Saturday at plaids and fancy Values up to On sale Saturday only at WOMENS COTTON RIBBED VESTS Only 6 dozen to sell at this 40c Saturday 25c CHILDRENS WASH 25c Wash hats in all blue and grey and wbite for 2 to 7 Special Sale Saturday WOMENS SILK HOSIERY FOR 95c Just a jjood little bargain for Saturday Black and QJJ All Regular On sale Saturday DC SHELL HAIR PER 25c 3 inch fine finished shell Hair the size most in Belling on pw dozen 25c LADIES SUN of A good collection of1 fancy dark Regular 1 A A On sale Saturday each LADIES WASH SILK BLOUSES Nice fine quality white Jap Silk Blouses in good OA Regular values On sale BOYS MILITARY Officers style suits for 3 to 7 Regular OOP On sale Saturday 25c MUSLINS FOR ti pieces fine 27 inch Dress Muslins in neat patterns pinks and per yard LITTLE BOYS WASH Smart neatly made from fast washing Sizea or boys 2 to fi each LADIES WHITE LISLE 50c A good lino for the price as White Hosiery is becoming All sizes here at 50c SOFT FINISH MADAPOLAM 25c soft from filling of any Worth On sale for Saturday only per STILL SELLING 36 INCH PERCALES YARD 25c Only about Hi pieces left to sell of these extra wide fast color American Percales at the prices prevailing two years They are today Get What you require Saturday per yard 25c EXTRA HEAVY RIBBED COTTON HOSE FOR BOYS 39c Black Sizes ft Clearing Saturday at Regular 50c 104 SHEETING FOR 8Oc Pure bleached extra good weight and even OA Regular value per On sale per yard OUC BOYS PERCALE SHIRT 75c Sport collar styles in light All sizes from 6 to 12 17 g I DC LITTLE GIRLS 25c FOR 8ATURPAY ison Compan ;