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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta (HIDAY. JINK 'iH.liHH VtiE LETHBFUDGE DAILY IIKHALd ii-'- fit PAGE ELEVEN , ? ? : - : : : >. : ; : : ? ? ? > '> �All ot our wroni^h nliall be rlghltul Aflcr llifi wivr; Nono of our IiibUh'shall ha sllKhtiMi Aftor lUi! win-; AVomon will all bn Ray, il'"w �l'Ps, 12 ,soIo, Anita Crawford; .ong... i | ""rKl''"! �l: ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : ? > ? :  : ^ ? : : : ? The g'ardoii party wlilcli wa.=; lo have heon held at llardievllle on Airs. Delay's lawn has been postponed on account ot the inclemency ot the weather. [  % There will be a H))ecial meeting ot tho Knox church Ladies Aid at 7:30 this evening. * *  The monthly business and social meeting of the .Adult lilble Class of the I'nited Sunday Scliool will be held at Air. Knowles', 208 19ih St. .North on .liily 2nd. *  > About one hundred and fifty people were present at the recital held last evening by Air. II. AlcG Young in thci A'.Al.C.A. auditorium. jNo special mention could be made of the songs and piano eolos, for all were performed lirlHing and fur reaching already. From Alontreal i'ome reports that :W{)\j domestic servants have left for their liome farther (misI rather than risking biMng coniiiiilteii lo service on the land 111 tho far west. Still more sad in A\'Ksley Hall on Wednesday even-i is the case of Miss Florence Uegg-i ing. The following loiik part: Cecil ' who, frightened liy the Ihougbt tliat DRAWING and PAINTING Trained and certificated Art Teacher (Certified under South Isenslngton and under Royal Drawing Society ot Great Britain and Ireland.) Winner of Diploma for best proflssional work at Vancouver, n. C. 20 years' teaching experience. Will Give Lessons in Drawing and Painting Both eleinontary and advanced. Fall Term Xommences September 1st, 1918. ADDRESS VICTORIA MANSIONS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA and Betram Cragg. liuei; Iris Glan-vllle, piano eoio; Anna Santiuisl. piano solo; Bertram Cragg. piano solo; Miss M. G. 10. Gibson, song; -Mrs. i^:. G. Blackford and Irnia Biyans. duel; Dorothy Buchan. piano solo; Cecil Cragg, iiiano solo; Pearl Taylor, piano solo; Hugh Livie. piano solo; .Miss Alamio C. Brooks, Hoiig; .\ldin Harding, piano solo; .VIlss \'era C.lanville, piano solo; .Mr. ,(. 10. Raniiard. song; Alias Dagmar Sandtiuist. iiiano solo: Miss M. C. Brooks, song: God Save the King. AlisH Ada Foster anil Airs. F^lla G. Blackford were unabi" to take part. Airs. C. Huglies was also unable to sing,- though present. Rev. C. K. Oragg acted as chairman and distributed certificates to all. ;!u pupils having tried examinations and all being succes.*fui. The performance was very excellent iind mucli enjoyed by everyone present. * � * The W.M.S. of Wesley church held Its regular monthly meeting yesterday afternoon. The special feature of the program was a report given by Mrs. Reilmohd, of the Provincial convention held in ICdnionton recently. The report was a splendid one. containing many helpful and interesting BUggestiouB. It will, no doubt, iiruve a means of inspiration to all . who heard it. During the business part of the meeting it was decided to go to St. Mary's on .luly H lor a day's outing with the Camp Fire Girls who will be camping there for a. i'ouple of weeks. All memtiers are invited to partake of the automobile ride and outing. �   The officei's elected for the coining year at the recent Provincial W..M.S. convention were as follows: President, Mrs. W. G. .Ash, Kdnionlon; 1st vice president. Airs. A. Bainer. Calgary; ?nd vice president. Airs. Graves, Red Deer; ;U-d vice president. Airs. W. A, Lewis, Macleod; 4lli vice president. Airs. Scott, ("algary; recording secretary, Mrs. Laird, lidinonton; corresponding secretary, Mrs. G. .A. .�VlcKee. Kdnionlon: auxiliary treasurer. Airs. W. .1. .Magrath, ICdmonton: Mission Bond and Circle corresponding secretary. Airs. J. J. Roberts, Calgary; .Mission Band and Circle treasurer, Mrs. Powell. Calgary; -superiii-tenderit of Christiati- atewurdships, Airs. Hustler, Kdinonion; district organizers: Airs. AIcArtlinr. Aledicine Hat: Airs, R. B. Watt, Kdmonton; Mrs, Brandow, i.,ethbridge; .Mrs. Howard, Lamont.  * M There were shipped from Letli-bridge Branch Red Cross to Calgary, ,rune 2(ith, VMS. the following articles: flO operating 'gowns, 108 day We have installed a new bake oven and totnonow have a fine range of high grade Wo want you to see the tiuallly of these, Vou will ho pleased |f you do and wo will soo you again. WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM AND HOME MADE CONFECTIONERY. The Bon Tpii 420 ^IFTH �'1^RE�Ttl � ' MaBnn Sc ISiHrli Himitpft ^ THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Delightful Dance Music Victor Dance Records offer everything that's latest and best in dance music. Come in and weil play your favorites for you". Most likely we have the very selections ycu liaAe b^en wishing to hear. A A^lctrohi-BoiniJ A'icfor Records-and you can dance wherever you please, and us long and often as you please. A'ou can got a Victrola tor-$27.HO lo $8(15.00 and on the easiest ot terms--we jnnke terms to suit you. Following A'lctor Records aro poses; 1S404 'groat" tor dance pur- 1S407 35t)ti3 Chlng Chong One Step. AA'nIt Till tho (.lows Come Homo Somo Sunday .Al^iriilng Fox Trot ; My Sweetie One Step * 1S2S0 ( Winnnr Modloy Fox Trot Dandy Modluy Fox Trot MlBBourl AVallz KlBs Me Again Wonderful Girl, Good iNlght China Dronms One Stop Lovo o' Mike-Fox Trot (Hiiv^o.A Heart-Quo Stop MASON 8t RIJ^CH I IWifTED BALM.O|FiAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDG^ she miglit have to leave huiue if reg-. istered. committed suicide by drown-i ing. iAIore tragic: tiiau any is Hie fai't ' that daily these iniporiant cards are I being losl on the streets. A Calgary: liaper gives prominence lo the fact ; that) women are continually losing i their- cards. _So far the majoriiy of' tho cases tha't have i'ome to notice! Iiero have belonged to the men. ln| this connection it would lie well it llie| men were to make a note of numbers i on their cards so that in the event of j losing lliem they could get tliem re-i placed. I Women look registration as mailer of! course, I hough an odd one siiowed : great nervousness and came relying j upon the support of her liusband. One; woman with a family of ton. nervously j replied lhat her iieaitli and home-ties | permitted her lo give full-time paid work until gently reminded by hubby of tbe happy family at home. Aloat jieople were (juite ready to sign up, i though now and then was an odd one ; who adopted the "I'm from Missouri"! tone. i Wliat will be tbe result of registrat-' ion is now tlie (lueation and most peo-^ pie are anxiously looking forward to see if thoro will be any ))rae. Kegiilar i'l.'ic. Saturday Snap .......................................... 49c A GREAT BARGAIN IN LADIES' ALL-OVER APRONS Made of fast colored prints. Regular .flOO. Saturday Snaii ............................... 69c 6 ONLY, "HUDSON " CARPET SWEEPERS Regular f.l.aO. Saturday O /JQ Snap.................................................. tttVV LUNCH AND PICNIC BASKETS 1 only. Regular 25c for.................. 19c 4 only. Regular 40c for..................29c 2 only. Regular 80c for..................49c 2 only. Regular 95c for..................69c 1 only. Regular 85c for..................59c 1 only. Regular $1.45 for................ 98c " JAPANESE MATS ~ Size 6x9. Regular $2.75 for............. $1.98 Size 9x12. Regular $5.50 for . . . ..........$3.98 MEN'S SEMIDRESS BOOTS In Hal.. Hlucher and Button styles. Some are AMct. also in calf and patent leather. All sizes in the lot. but not in.each M style. Siiturday Snap .................................. ImVJ LADIES' WHITE KID SHOES W'itli high toils and kid covered French heels. A^ery neat and dressy. Also a white ".Nubitck" Shoe with high top and 'q � niedlum heel. Salunlay Snap..........................   �f  I ! CHILDS' AND MISSES' PATENT LEATHER SLIPPERS THE POPULAR "MARY JANE" STYLE. Sizes 4 to 71/2 for.....................$1.65 SizesSto lOVzfor...........$2.25 Sizes 11 to 2 for . . $2.75 A WONDERFUL LINE OF CHILDREN'S SHOES With the "Goodyear" welt soles. Klther button or Uce. | aq!) Sizes up_ to lOVi- Saturday Snap ....................... l��l�f FOR THE BOYS A fine range of BLOOMERS .with the iiatent knee fasteners. Alado of atout twceils and worsteds. Sixes S to in years* � TIk Regular Saturday Snap"........................... l�l�f MEN'S BLACK HOSE In fine sillc and wool mixture tor summer wear. All QOi* sizes. Regular 50ci. Saturday Snap ........................ 0�f C i ii I pllcantrf. On moving the men's club to new quarters the Rutland Stiuare house was fitted iiii by a citizen interested in providing comfortable anarters for visiting nurses. There is sleeping accommodation for sixteen and the charges for meals and bed are, very reasonable. The expectation is that the owners of .-nany beautltul Scottish estates will supplement thej' hospitality of the club house by in\ vltationa to their country homes. Tha ICdlnburgh branch ot the A'ictoriii League is responsible tor the club house of which the Marchioness o{ Linlithgow is president. ; NEW OVERSEA NURSES' CLUB  .HOUSE. I'larly in Apljil tlu>re was opened In Rutland Squ.fii'e, f^Idlnburgh, a splendid club houso (or colonial and United Slates nurses who visit Great Hrltain When reloased from their urilnous duties In l'''rant;o. , iThe building was originally a club Uouhb (or 'men of tho overseas forces and so completely did The house fulfil Ha mission o( giving cninfoiM iikd rest It \yii8 soon iru: poiialble Hb ucconVihodale lill ihu np An Opportunity to Economize , Why pay $30.00 $40.00 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 Pressed. Don't miss this opportunity. DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO. LIMITED PHONE 451 P.O. BOX 477, ;