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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r TUKSDAY, .ll'NE 2r,, 15)18 -IHE LETDBRIDGB DAILY TIERALD PAGE ELEVE? > , THE DAILY POEM. ? * ���* SHADE. Tho IdndllcBt tiling God ever motlo Ills hiiml ot very lienliiig laid ('l)on 11 fuvorcci world, Is ahnilo. His filorious conipniiy of trees Throw out tlieir mantles, and on these tlio dust-stuined wanderer rinds easo. Orocii tomplos, closed aKainBl llio Ijeat Ot noonllmo's blinding glare and heat, Open to any pilgrim's feet. Tho white roud bllsterH In the Hiin: Now, half tho weary joiir;ioy donj, Enter and rest, O weary one! And feel thn dew ot dawn still wnL Beneath thy toot, and bo forget Tho burning hlghway'.s ache and fret. Tills Is God's liospllality, And whoso rests beneath a tree Hath eaiiBO to thank Him gratefully. -liy Theodore C!arrlHO:i. �  � � * overlng. Mr. Ounn. who neeompanicd thorn returned to hl.s i homo Inat night after spending Sun-' day in the eity. m m m Mr, and Mrs. D. S. WilllaitiRnn and Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Hay returned last night from spending the weoUend ut Waterlon Lakes. - - Miss li. Sherwood of Napaiieo, l.s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hpooner. �  � Sergt. ,T. ,r. Smirl of Vietorln, B.f., who left here with the Priuce.is Patricias, Canada Light Infantry. ,Jaii-\inry lOlTi, has been overseas for the past three years and tour niondis of whitli one year and nine luoutlis was spent in the firing line in p'rance. He was twice wounded, first at the second battle of Ypres and then at Vlmy Ridge. He returneil home on May 2nd, 1018 and has now received his discharge. Sergt. Smirl was formerly a member of the police force in Lethbridge. �   ^ * ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > : : : : ? : ? : > : ? ? �> : A lawn social will bo held on Wednesday afternoon .and evening of this week under the auspices of the iyad-ies' Aid of St. Patrick's church at the corner of 1st Ave. and 8th St. There will bo j\ pantry table and n booth at which ice cream and cake Hill be served. * * * The members of the Women'.s Mis- sionary Society ot the I'nlted ("liurch are rw((icstcd to meol at 7Ar> on Wednesday evoiiliig nt tlie church hall for hllslDOSH. 1 Claude liuBhos will i;ive. n pupils' ' recital tomorrow- (Wcuiiiesdayi in j Wesley hall at eight (rcinclc. Hev. ^ : ^ *  � 0 � i> ; SOCIAL EVENTS > WAR PROBLEMS ? ? (FOR LAOIES ONLY) ? ft > ;. .;. .s .;. .;. .;. .. ,;. .;. .;. The question that is troubling the; women of the cilytheHo days is "How shall we carry our registration cards?'' Tliie Is the latest burden that has been imposed upon our already bent! shoulders. A new edict goes forth ! that they must ho carried when and j where wo' go. Kirst' it was register- j ing our age.s and now we arc actually I asked''to carry our certificates. Evi-: dently the man who had the inspira- ] tlon had no idea of ladies' costumes. I We have no hip pocket,^ or vest pock-1 ets -or any other kind of pockets, nor can we go round with our certificate tor living clutched madly in one hand. Besides, even with poc'iiets in this,sen- i son ot wash dresses thai same' valu- i able piece ot paper stands a good chance of meeting an untimely end in the laundry. It i� up (o tho man who was brilliant enough to invent regis-; tration of women to get busy and in-; vent a suitable receptacle for the new burden. 7t Is true these miglu be carried in onr purses, but half ot us don't carry purses and the other half are in the habit ot losing them periodically. We note an ad in the paper tor one already. Besides how annoying to get halt way down to^ a tree lecture and then discover we have left our purses behind. So far there luive been no practical solutions of the vexing problem. It ! has been suggested by a member of tho masculine aex that wo have a pocket made In tlje side of our boots. Bvidontly he thinks wo wear tho same boots every day! Some are of. the opinion that It will be necessary for us lo revert to the old days ot a leather belt and a (diatelalne bag-you remember the kind-with a hook at the waist. Unless rivlted on however, we are still taking chances. Tho most brilliant suggestion so far lias been to hnvo our cnrd pasted on Ihe wrist or back of the hand--bin even that has Its drawbacks. The Inventors are getting busy however. In a Kamloops paper an advertisement was noticed that leather cases for carrying registration curds had juBt been received, made axpi'osaly tor the jmrpose. Tliey would 1 make tinllo a nice addition to evening ' dress and should be ipiite "lo dernier cri." The most feasible solution of al) conies from an American who has Invented a pocket that can bo faston-od to any garment in any place desired. Siirely that would bo satisfactory, as well as lendtag tho variety which is the keynote ot all ladles' costumes.  ' *\ 'I' : > :� ;. ;..;.   '> GENERAL Lieut. Edith Smith,' Uncle Sam's first wonuin lieutenant, has reported for duty at l T tUc po(iiiibl?itj2e Extra Specials for Wednesday & Thurs. We strongly advise early shopping on the lines below, as their exceptionally strong values will undoubtedly insure a speedy clearance. So to avoid disappc-int-ment, we repeal-- SHOP EARLY liliuk and White Check DRESS GOODS. �14 inches wide. Regular "I'lC, ,^0*� for ............................... Tr"C HIack and (ireen Check DRESS GOODS. i-H inche.M wide. Regular T.')C, �for ............................ 49c All ALL WOOL CHECK, with grey and brown stripe through, "r, inches �� oq wide. Regnlar Jl.Tr. tor .......... ItttiJ 5 only, 'Wicker SEWING STANDS, beautifully finished and lined with silk. Ricgular $11."fi lo .Slfi.SO. On Wednesday and Thursday 33'/ij% Off Regular Prices. Two other liiii.'s in medium BLACK AND WHITE CHECK. 40 inches vyide. 7A^ Uogular Sl.'iO for ........ ........ lifC (Limited to 10 yards to each customeri :!0 dozen. Ladies' COTTON HOSE, fast dyes, good quality. I'air ........................ 4 pairs for ........................... 89c 22ic 24 only, PILLOWS. Well filled. Covered �with pretty blue flowered chintz. Size lSx25, Regular $1.40 jiair, for ro each .............................. DOC a only, Japanese TEA SETS. Teapot, sugar and cream in pretty floral de- �* oq sigfls. Regular $L7.'; for .......... Imttif Our Kntire stock of CHILDREN'S COATS in sizo.M from 4 to l;' years, to bo cleared ul HALF PRICE, Kvery wanted color in stock, but be very early to secure the one YOU wiiut. . y � � Children's Chambray DRESSES fn butcher blue, navS' and tan. Daintily embrolderetl. Also Children's Rompers in tho same materials and colors. All one ao - price, .:'........................... DOC Ladles' TTabutal SILK WAISTS In white only. Regular .$;!."ri, tor .......................... 2.49  A-full range of SMOCKS for ladies nnd children in a wide variety of models and all thn desired shades. Prices range (" f^fk fro-hi SLi.n to . .,................. u.UU Ladies' High Top WHITE CANVAS BOOTS, with white heels and soles. All si/.es. Special al .......... 4.49 Men's J31ack and Tan Urus Calf WORK BOOTS, with standard screw, reinforced i^ounters and bellows tongue. Made ot genuine'army leather. Regular $5.50, ^ ^0 Boys' BATHING SUITS in navy blue, trimmed with red. Regular 75c. CO^ Special .......................... D5fC MEN'S BASSWOOD HATS. Regular CA^ sr,c. Special..................... OjfC TWO EXTRA SPECIALSIN TAPESTRY RUGS. 7 only, Size 9x9. Regular $14.75 for............ ......$9.95 4 only, Size SxlOVa. Regular $18.75 for........... . . $13.95 All difforeul deiiigns and colorings suitable for any decorative scheme. for helping farmers out with women labor. In ibis.section of Ihe county this work is new, but. dlfticuUloa in the way do not discourage Ihe Sec-1 rotary, for the girls have made good. It is understood that tho work, here will be extended to field and general work. � . � > > ? : "itany aro called but few .are chosen." These words come to mind again anil again, when \voinen and war work are consideret}. The. road to Franco beckons Invitins'ily insistently and multitudes would answer the self-given invitation. But the Impulse to "do something" Is not ciunigh. It is not even Important unless it is the crowning glory of a course ot honest, strenUoo.s, lengthy training. The moat glorious' outcome ot this war, for women, iB the fact that It has eliminated completely the superficial woman. She may veuuiiu superficial, liut she cannot remain influential and prominent. It Is amazing when one pauflos lung enough to consider the fact, how (completely tho women agitators and propagaudlata o� five, yours ago have disappeared. Their calling is gone nnd tlioy have, withdrawn from tho feeble limelight of those days exactly as tho tiny summer gnats disappear on the first cold day. To-day tho women who are doing things that count aro women who began doing things thoroughly at the very , commencement ot their career. They never called It "career," by the way, never named it la tact, except til tliemsolveH, and then this proCBBs ot self-dlBcipiine and self-improve menl was, more often than npt, simply called "making a living" or "doing tho very best I can." The world was full of such women whoso one passion was to do tho work in hand in the very best way It could bo done. Advuncomeut, pecuniary gain and huuofit were not even sec-oudiiry. The work was tho tliing! No training wbh too severe if only ex-cellonpe crowned the work. Those women were truly wise vlr-glna, more concerned to keep the r lamps tilled and wicks in perfect working order than about the accoin. plislim6uts that fill loiaure hours. Tliefr call has oouie at last tiiid their lamiitt are needed-every one of them. There la not u woman lu the world to-day who has improved her talents from Ihe time she began to view life eorlously (In girlhood days) hut has a most important mission to perform. The world Is waiting tor her v,'ork. There is lio such thtiig as "blossoming unseen" a^^.lUls ago ot tho world, it one's training baa accomplished all that It. should. The "ehelf" on which women liave resignedly laid thcmselveB tor years Uus been (akon down fttid '6ven the grandmothers are, to-daj", coming in for honorable mention as being re- sponsible for the "loldier lads" in France; Every woman who wag prepared is doing a real part In the world's work and those who preferred Veneer and suiierflcialty to genuine worth of character are being refoaad- admittance, every day, into coveted field* of endeavor. Prepare for work and the task will find the worker! �M. G. Scott, ol New York.has been re-elected president of the Interna-Uonal Typographical Union. 'TROM FACTORY to HOME"' CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN. Mason & Risch Piano- a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to come. trhe value, durability and,tonal perfection of the Mason & Uisch Piano ha,ve been so concluaively proven that they are accepted facts. Tho Mason & RIsch Piano is without a peer. It is sold to you direct-you buy from the manufacturer, through a "Factory to Home" plan that carries you around the middleman-you save his expense and profit. Judged in the light of present day quality and price standards, this Weber Piaito' Just taken In o,x,QlianEe Is bound to be sold in a hurry. A positive saving its 'guaranteed at the price we are quoting. ,, * V� �" MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIOQE ;