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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNK 22, lOlS THE LMTIIlMUDGr-: DAILY IU-:r�AT.-, PAGE FIFTEEN TWILIGHT. Jua'l. as llio 'Iny Ih closing. Anil just lictoni niRlUtaU. Coinos tlio ciirm and puivceful twl-Uglil Tliat time which Is boat of all. I sit near my library wlmlow, Wliich faces the kIowIub WchI, While Uio last faint rays of Iho set-tiiiK �i'n Aro slowly sinking to rest. Biicli a hcmititul silence ovor all! Ho (iiiioll so ilroaniy. so still. 3'll(3 birds' Hwout .song.'i nrn Hllencod The snn IraK gonii ovor the hill. Thns I would that my life; should end So ((ulelly, so full of peace, JuRt a gfiiitlo drifting from tho world To Heaven's sweet rolcnso. OUHKY .MA)D.   ^ � ? ? ? Tho mg Sisters aro requested to bo present at the Sunday School tomorrow, as there Is a special meeting,   � The Art Needlework club will meet at tho homo of Mrs. J. ,15. Itoss, 1414 7th Ave. south on Monday afternoon.   * Mr. Claude Hughes, h. A. B.. is holding a pupils' recital on Wednesday oveuiug noxt, June 2C>tU. at (iight o'clock, In Wesley Hall. An invita-llpii programme can bo had by phoning ;i06.   � Rev. Capt. IJowon who was to have {ipokeu at u union meeting in Wesley church Sunday evening, will not be present, M � M A Next-oC-Kiu mooting will be held in the hall on Monday night at 7.;',0.    : � Tho Diomber.s of tho 3. 0. C. class ol Knox churcli, accompanied by Mrs, Hicks yesterday afternoon had a most enjoyable outing at Henderson Lake. A jolly picnic supper was spread at six o'clock and games and boating on the lake concluded a delightful afternoon,    At the popular baseball game staged last night at the ball park, tha gate receipts amounted to ?'2'J the other sules bringing tbo total amount up ?;i8, expenses not being deducted. m m m Last week, Jlme 13, at Coalhurst. a very interesting affair took place in the school house when a farewell reception and smoker was given to Mr, J, U. no Hurt, who for some timo lias been manager of the North American Collieries thero. During the evening's proceedings a few of the employees and soma of the residents of the town presented Mr. do Hart with an nddrc-is. a set of travelling bags, stationery bag and a set of pipes. Mr. J, D. 5tcDerraott read the address which was benutiAilly on-graved and tho work of .Mr. Turner. The presentation was nnido by Air. ,). D. Kolth, pit boas. Air., do Hart has boon appointed superintendent of the. North American Collieries and ban gone to reside in Edtiiontoni which is fD OSSERViCfJITH wi mm CL HES Calgary, Juttfl, 2l.~Ci'vi;iiiil.v t,i)i)s>\ delegate.^ tO; the Uftpt/f;!. � ((inveiitloii who have been', wishing for iiiKplra-tional messages from tlu' ciruvnnlion, were'not dls.appolnted lii�i night, but on the cojitrar;^. must 1kivi> rccf>ivcii enongh insplrdtion from ((! day "die of in-i;r(i\vn laui-uaj',i'.." Syiupiilheii',', i-ij;us from niMiiiliri J of ;lic chTi-y tlirouKii-oiii, ili \iy hi'i vi'Vv^vinii'i\ Dr. Webb i ilc-i till' c;'. v> of a .Mcanonlle ficailrr In a li-rlain town, ".N'ot." said he ' (!'.it .Mcaiioiiitf'.m ;irfi not as good cii i',;ipiis(s-'tlicy ,'iri> a."; good." I'.ul this Mi'iuionllo ieailev anil monibc.'-s ol hi.-; roinmimiiy sent milk to a nearby lowu. Said milk wa:-; examined ,iiol one (lay tlie .saintly deacon's rallk caii.i; f.'iiiie lioliie labelled witli big rod seal:^ v;l�ii-ii iiroi-lainied that the milk was liM]iuri', and it wiis I'mind lliat It coni.'iiiicd t.vplioiil germs in alarming niiiiiber.s. Tliu deacon came ui)on his cans thti-; dccitriited in the ])resence of lii.^ rollowera nnii was siii-prlsed into a fervent ejaculation of the un-i .saintly tlKUigli expre-isive word ;"l)aniiil" whiTi'iipon hi' v.-aa called fori' a iiieeiiiig and sev�,'rely cen- I 1,.., .1.1. ...I,,- crpc,|�,i i,v tile unbli'cl , i.i c -i ni-i..r'iin ' i, ii i-i. � ii loii 111- iviia ca leu ries and a former resident '^!:!:i'>^':i!^,Tto 'uh';;^^^^^^^ '"""""^ -"i severely cen- , , i yet his entire addres.x w.i.. a .compfll-� ��''''�"��. .'il'Pllcabio ,,i, otilv h. P'Tl I'?'''''''"'"^'^-- '^''�'"'''''^'i '"i"^ WEDDINGS .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ,;. KAMN-TILUiK On Thursday. Juno 20, at tlm study of the pastor, Hov. Oliver L..Curtis. Mr. Mike M. Kalin and Miss Mimi 'I'illcr were quiotly united in niarriiigo. | _ A noticeable tact about tho ceroiiumy ' was that with the presence of !lie| bride and groom, tho officiating pastor i and the. two witnesses five different ' denominations were represented. duircji workers, but evi-y and woman the country lliroiif,-)! for !be ivi'oper kind of �tencliiiiv, fur the you/ii;. Ingrown Uangu.iBo. Dr. Webb bemoaned iliat bi;; call-______ Ing would not permit liim u> i'xpress j in rlttirig words the anilinle of pee-I KAISE ST. C\R which iiiis'iit i-.iUHf the death of tm-| mill nuiiilici-.-- of U:tli! cdiildren. The | wnril.s 'get ri^ht witii Cod' shmild not! be iisiMl witlv ilie. v.-unls 'gel right i with man,' " i GENERAL lieautiful country In �fficieiicy. We do not slop to think tint wool is a' a premium iind that if v.i: do not cut down our of it iJic .-inlilicrs may have to forego the cninfort;-! of woolen garments. The ninnufucture of a .: ; suit moan.'? a good i!i':\i in adju.uing ; .;. '. our itibor problem, our luei pi-oldem i :. I an'd our transport.-i:inn difficullies. | .;. i L'alil we got down to Die jilace wlieri FARE.S. ^iONTREAU ,\lniil-,-eiil. ,Iiinc li:;. 'the tramways j romtnii^sioii ha:; formulaled its in- i-reaHed scale of fares, iioiiii'; into ef-j fac' sooii, for this city, W'itliin the ' city limit--, tliey are as follows; '; .Miilni.i-;lit to ">,, 15 rems cash. I'^ive a.m. to miiinight. six cents e;i.sli, or five lirki.'tM for a tpiarler. .Scluioi rliildrcii. a'^.j^: five to six- a.m. Open Tonight Until 9.30 Home Journal Patterns CHILDREN'S DRAWERS Children's White Drawers, made from excellent quality of tine' w'hilo cambric. In sizes 4 years to 12 years. Worth totley 50c.'' Aft^r Supper Sale................35c CREPE KIMONAS ' LaaiGs' N'ovelty l'''lgured Crepe Kimonus. Good^fulV M>,eB'.^ana. hlKh waist lino effect. Neatly finlshod In pank and pale-tluo-Unti .lyjllo. Hegular ^SM. ., - J;-;. ,v.':V. After Supper Sale................, .; . k$2,7l men's sox ,10 Vlpzon Men's Black Cnshmero Socks ,ln excellent "aualKy. These aro tr(iV'3llor'� Hnmples and vnTttes lAinl cannot bo bought today. Sizes 10 and lO'/a. Valuos up to 86c. After Supper Sale..... ......4......... 60c TOWELS irioin white or natural linen color with red strlpo. Towels suic-ablo for tho bath or every day use. Easy to laundor. Gapd pU.e ;iKxl8. Hegular 75c. ' " , After Supper Sale...................... 60c LADIES' COMBINATIONS Lndlos' Knitted Comblnatlonfi trlmmod with neat edging and well finished. Short sloovos and loose kueo .style. ^ ' , i" . After Supper Sale ......... r.......... . 69c Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear Corsets and Ready to Wear RY LANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE as an aid in tbo conservation of beet, bacon, sugar and animal lats. �   A big campaign across the border added 7,0110 nurses to the classes in training in llio schools of tho United States, The beginning of a similar work is heiuB started iu Canada with partlcualr reference to tiie present need of an enormous increaae in the number of trained nurses. Speakers have gone to Winnipeg to give tho girls vocational guidance and thero will be addresses at vacation schools in Toronto.   � Xfr�. :^IInette Carper, of St. T.ouis, finding her fingers were not nimble \ enougii to knit, and being a graduate | of a carpeuler class, recently offered ; her service in vain at a Now York i shipyard. She is now teaciiing car-1 peuty to young women In ^l. !>ouls. ^ Mrs, Carper discovered '-HU wonuni ^ carpenters there,    I In accordance with the plans now j used all over the world, tho Ogden i shops in Calgary have started to om-: ploy women to do tho worl-c of men 1 wherever possible to relievo tho tense sitiiallon caused by the; short-^ ago of all labor and 2;! women in i overalls may now ho seen painting and at other work about the'shops. ! The women are given the same wages \ as men were receiving for the class 1 of work and according to the best information are giving the host of eatis-tactlon,    Tho Calgary School T^oard which is considering starting a class for sub-normal pupils has discovered that there Is no teacher in tho city or in the province who Is qualified to teach a closs of this description, nor j is thero any institution In Canada j wdiero teachers are Instructed In that , form of nonni\l work,  �  A canning and kitchen club will shortly be under way In Saskatoon as a result of the activities of the mem-jbers of tho i,0,D,TO, Tho Intentiou of i those behind the movement is to form j an organization of women, having as ' an object tho greater conservation of I food by way of canning voBotables and fruits. Women are employed in the United State.s Government in twenty lines of work. These comprl'ao munition >vork-, ers, toloplione and radio operator.s, , "yeomen" employees of tho shipping I boiird and food adiul\\iKtv.\tlon, lleii I (;rosB workers, Y.W.C.A. women tor ' overseas service woman's motor corps �; of New York, gij'l scouts and studonta in tho national service school of the womati's naval service. Each dlvl-j Bion has ItB own uniform usually of I navy blue with distinguishing Inslg-i nia embroidered on sloovos or collar.   � Edmonton and t^algary will have among their exhibition lealurce this year, a demouHtration of public lienlth work, under tho direction of the public \\oi\ltl\ nwrsuB roconlly appointed by the govornmont. It was at first planned to havo tiiese hoaiih ox'alV.lls : at a number of tho local fairs I througiiout tho province, but since j tho work is only in its Initial stages , it bus now been found desirable to ; confine thorn to the two largest cou-tros. At each exhibition a ,spac6 will be allotted to tho nurses, and talks on 1 general health lines will bo given, to-gother with a display of literature and posters, 1 *  (THAT KITCHEN WINDOW VIEW, 1 Tbo other day 1 W'ont out to one of I our city parks with n, woman from tho , couptry, ''Oh, how rosttul and lovely!" i oha saldi "If T conld ' look from, my ' kltclioii Window ap^l soo a boauty of ; traps like that 1 know work would not ' bo so hard." Vow oji us think how I great an; Inei.udtica Our surroundlngB " havo upon iis and oiir like or our dla~-llko of our work. Work Is partly play when \yo do it in a place that Is good to look upon. Homo la restful, oven In tha luldf. '.......... 99c VISIT THE SHOE SECTION FOR Ladles' Pal out Leather ClolU Top Boots, with 10 incU top. Aleo a lino with kid vamp and cloth tops having a fancy strip around tho top. fronch heela and medium toe. Regular $7.60. t% � Saturday Night ,....................................... �i�Dt9 .�^fon's Work Boots made of army waterproof leather. Has standa+'d; screw, No better work boot ou tho marlcet. All sizes. * aa Saturday Night.................\......................Tr.�ill VISIT THE LADIES' WEAR FOR ^ A splendid range of House Dresses in dark, useful colors t A A Uegiilur to .^2.20, Saturday Night......................... 1.4" A special sale of.Corsets, the,"D. & Ai" make. All sizes from aa ' 20 to 30. Regular .fl,.^, Saturday Night ,................. "�J|C VISIT THE GROCERY SECTION FOR lb, tins "Old Chum." Kegular $1.00. QQ� Saturday Night.................................. .*......0�fC (2'1 boxes) Smoker's Pony Matches. Regular 45c, Ql*. Saturday Nlgbt......................................... OOC Pluyors Cigarettes (50 in. tin.) Regular 75c. /JC Saturday Night ...____,,.................. .^..............[ ODC Very Pino aiild Cigara,!"William Pitt" brand. Regular 3 for Cn, 25c, Saturday Night, lOtor......................^........ DUC Scotch Mints. Hcexiljir pound, "ItLtm Saturday Night, pound ................................ ttOC Finest quality Chocolates (oaaorlcd flavors). Regular 50c lb. OC _ Saturday Night, lb....................................... JOC I vi_r.ulL:li:L.......^ I'l; 11'; h i': I II ;