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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY TIEHALD PAGE MILADI The kindliest thing God ever made Ills hand of very healing laid Upon a fevered is Ills glorious company of trees Throw out their and on these tho duststalned wanderer finds Green closed against the beat Of noontimes blinding glare and Open to any pilgrims The white road blisters In the sun half the weary Jourpoy Enter and O weary one And feel the dew of dawn stljl wet Beneath thy and so The burning highways ache and This Is Gods And whoso refits beneath a tree Hath cause to thank Him Theodore PERSONAL Miss Minnie Laverlck haa return ed from spending her holidays in the Ferguson is In he city from and Coburn of Warner An Opportunity to Economize Why pay or for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new by sending it to us and having it Dry Cleaned and Dont miss this DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LIMITED PHONE 451 BOX 47 wero weekend guests with mid Haknr on 5th Miss who lias been visiting with and De has returned to Miss Oenge is a niece of De Miss Helen editor of The Canadian Nurse was in Medicine Hat on June Dunn and children of Medicine Hat are visiting with and who accompanied them returned to his home last night after spending Sun day in the and Williamson und and Hay returned night from spending the weekend at Wuterlon Miss Sherwood of Is the guest of and Smlrl of who left here with the Princess Pat Canada Light Jan uary has bean overseas for the past three years and four months of which one year and nine months was spent in the firing line In He was twice first at the second battle of Ypres and then at Vimy returned home on May 1918 and has now received his Srairl was former ly n member of the police force in CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 A lawn aocla will be held on Wed nesday afternoon and evening of this week under the auspices of the Lad ies Aid of Patricks church at the corner of 1st and 8th There will be pantry table and a booth at which ice cream and cake will be slonary Society 6l the United Church are requested to meet at on Wed nesday evening at mnifch hall for Claude Hughes will n pupils j recital tomorrow Wednesday In Wesley hall nt eight CragR will certificates to successful candidates at the recent examination of the Association Hoard of the and The public j IB cordially The Thistle Sewing riicle will with ith i on Wednetulny afternoon for Hod Cross The will meet tonight sewing at the Ked Cross rooms at j BOCIAL EVENTS Yesterday alternom the homo of Baker was conn of much animation when linker gave a shower for her house guest Miss Al whose marriage to James of the First Slate North take place early In Daintily wrapped gifts were presented to the brideeled who was delighted with their beauty and who expressed her thanks to tho donors In a most appreciative Miss Hilton rendered some splendid musical Miss Allen ivas of honor last evening another shownr which was given by Miss Milton and the Misses Ruasel Makerri homo on 5th Thlc young lady was presented with the gifts in a most novel little Virginia lin ker opening the unhrclla in which a great variety of kitchen nrficlei The rooms tasteful ly decorated in pink and and the music of the evening which rendered by Miss Miss Hilton and Miss Rowen Illckim was very much enjoyed by all Miss Allen hae been a visitor in the city for some time and upon her departure will leave many friends in the A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of and 138 18th North on Monday in honor of David Uilson who leaves shortly for All kinds of games were indulged Humphreys delighting everybody with her fina selections on the The com pany broke up in the wee ama and after singing Anld Lang Syne and wishing the young man The members of the Womens Mis The New Things First at Rylands Something new all the This week we are showing new advance fall styles in silk skirts and many other lines suitable for summer holiday SILK SKIRTS Fancy blue silk skirts In and spot Made with pretty girdle and new style o nn patch U U BLACK SKIRT A black silk skirt made with shirred Fancy patch pockets trimmed with fancy pearl A very dressy i o AA POPLIN SKIRTS Ladies colored silk poplin skirts In wide plain glrdleyand full gather ed skirt and patch In raspberry or Q C SILK SKIRTS A navy blue striped silk In a very new Made with shirred and novelty side trim med with nn fin At LADIES LISLE HOSE Made in good and with extra largo full fashioned Splendid value for if SILK GLOVES White silk gloves in black or white in good wearing Wjth double tipped AP In black or At if DC LADIES HAND BAGS Novelty silk hand bags in new Your choice of grey and Made with new wooden Special AA HAND PURSE A very neat new patent leather hand purse with finger strap on back and n AA silk LADIESWAISTS Ladies fancy striped tub silk Made with roll collar of white Assorted A very useful waist for the warm weather or holiday COLORED COTTON HOSE Ladles full fashioned colored cotton in excellent Your choice of champagne or At ODC HOLEPROOF HOSIERY Our long expected shipment of Holeproof Hosiery has arrived so that we can now supply your hosiery The quality isjhe The colors are white or Wear RYLANDS CO Corsets and Underwear Hosiery and Gloves WAR PROBLEMS FOR LADIES ONLY The Question Is troubling the women of the trUytheae days is shall we carry our registration cards This Is the latest burden that has been imposed upon our already bent I A new edict goes forth that they must be carried when and where we First it was register ing our ages and now we are actually asked to carry our Evij dently the man who had the insplra tion had no idea of ladies I We have no hip pockets or vest pocki ets or any other kind of nor can we go round with our certificate for living clutched madly in one even with pockets in son of wash drosses that same valu able piece of paper stands a good chance of meeting an untimely end in the It up to the man who was brilliant enough to invent regis tration of women to gut busy and inj vent a suitable receptacle for the new It is true these might be carried in our but half of us dont carry purses and the other half are in the habit of losing them We note an ad in the paper for one nlj Besides how annoying to get I half way down to a free lectura and I then discover we have left our purses So far there iiave been no practical solutions of the vexing It has been suggested by a member of the masculine that we have n pock et made In the side of our Evidently he thinks wo wear tha name boots every day Some are the opinion that it will be necessary for us to revert to the old days of a lea ther belt and a chatelaine remember the a hook at the Unless rivited on I we are still taking The most I brilliant suggestion so far has been j to liavo our curd pasted on wrist or back of the even that j lias Its The Inventors are getting busy j In a Kamloops paper an i was noticed that leai thor cases for carrying registration j cards hud just been made expressly for the They would make tjulta a nice addition to evening dress and should be quite le dernier The most feasible solution of all comes from an American who has Invented a pocket that can be fasten ed to any garment in any place de Surely would he satisfac as well UK lending the variety which is tiie keynote of all ladies V v Extra Specials for Wednesday We strongly advise early shopping on the lines as their exceptionally strong values will undoubtedly insure a speedy So to avoid disappoint we SHOP EARLY Black and White Check DRESS 44 inches Regular for Black and Green Check DRESS 44 inches Regular 49c An ALL WOOL with grey and brown stripe inches Regular for Two other lines in medium BLACK AND WHITE 40 inches Regular Limited to 10 yards to each customer 79c Ladies COTTON fast good Pair 4 pairs for 89c 24 Well Covered pretty blue flowered Size Regular for each DOC 5 Japanese TEA sug ar and cream in pretty floral de Regular for 1 Our Entire stock of CHILDRENS COATS In sizes from 4 to la to be cleared at HALF Every wanted color In but be very early to secure tho one YOU 5 Wicker SEWING beau tifully finished and lined with Regular to On Wednesday and Thurs day Off Regular Childrens Chambray DRESSES In butch er naVy and Daintily Also Childrens Rompers in the same mater ials All one 5fOC Ladles Ilabutal SILK WAISTS In white Regular for of SMOCKS for ladies and children a wide variety of models and all tho desired Prices range from to Ladies High Top WHITE CANVAS with white heels and 4 JA All Special Mens Black and Tan Urns Calf WORK with standard reinforced counters and bellows Made of gen army Regular for In navy trimmed with Regular DjfC MENS BASSWOOD Regular 69c TWO EXTRA TAPESTRY 1 7 Size Regular for 4 Size 9x1 Regular for All different designs and colorings suitable for aty decorative GENERAL Edilh Uncle Sams first woman has reported for duty at Fort Prince Edward county farmers are going to have lie help of farmerettes the coining In August and September there will be two camps or outdoor one at Westlake and ono at Miss District Secretary of the Womens Farm Oeparttuunt of the Ontario Government Kmployment has been in Prince Edward 1 UC possibiUUs for helping farmers out with women In section of the county this work is difficulties in the way do not the Sec for the girls havo made It is understood that the here will be extended to Hold and gen eral tf WOMEN AND WAR Many are called hut few These words come to mind again and when women and are The road to France beckons invitingly insistent ly and multitudes would answer the selfgiven But tho impulse to do something is not It is not oven Important unleas it is the crowning glory ff a course of lengthy The most glorious outcome of this for wo is the fact that Ii has eliminat ed completely the superficial She may remain 1ut she cannot remain influential and pro It Is amazing when one pauses long enough to consider the how completely tho women agi tators and propagandists of five years ago have Their calling is and they with drawn from tho feeble limelight of those days exactly us tho tiny sum mer gnats disappear on the first tiold Today the women who itro doing things that count are women who be gan doing things thoroughly at the very commencement of their They never ailed it by the never named it in except to and then this process of selfdiscipline and selfImprove ment more often than simply called milking a living or doing the very best I The world was full of such women whoso one passion was to do the work in hand in the very best way it could bn pecuniary cuin and benefit wero not even sec The work was the tUing No training was too severe if only ex cellence crowned the These women wero truly wise vty more concerned to keep their lamps filled und wicks in perfect working order titan about the accom plishments that fill leisure Their call has couits at last and their lautpa are one of There is not u woman iu the world today who has improved her talents from the time she began to view life eeriotisly in girlhood days but has a most important mission to The world is waiting for her There is no such thing as blossoming unseen attills age of the if ones training has ac complished all that The shelf on which Women toave re signedly laid themselves for years has been taken down eyen the grandmothers coming In for honorable mention an being je sponsible for the ioldier lads In France Every woman who was prepared is doing a real part in the worlds work and those who preferred Veneer and superficially to genuine worth of char acter are being every into coveted of en Prepare for work and the talk will find the worker of New been reelected president of the Interna tional Typographical jftaaon FROM FACTORY TO CONCLUSIVELY Mason Risch sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to The durability perfection of the Mason Risch Piano have been so conclusively proven that they are accepted Tho Mason Risen Piano is without a It is sold to you buy from the through a Factory to Home plan that carries you around the save his expense and Judged In the light of pres ent day quality and price this Weber Piano just taken in exchange U bound to be sold in a A positive saving in guaran teed at the price we are MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH LCTHIRIDOE ;