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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK ELEVEN MILADI 4 tf AFTER THE All of our wrongs nliull be righted After the war of our tasks ho slighted After tlio wBi1 Women will nil bn Children will sing and All our InvwitmenlH will After the Nothing al sixes and sevens After the war All our hells will bn heavens After the war Weary will get a Misery will bo Worst will become the best After the What roadlorhearted During the war Some of those good weie started During the war Wouldnt we The chances that you and I Might be happy by and After the war PERSONAL Frame left this afternoon to spend the weekend in formerly of the Herald staff is now editor and mana ger of the Wainrlglit George who has spent several weeks with her and Tlllnon lias returned to her home In a Miss of Central School has ac cepted a position on the staff of the Standard James of Manleod has arrived in the city and is tho gucflt of hei1 sis De Miss bily Hicks of Macleod Is spend ing a few days with 1210 Cth Avenue and Johnston have arrived In the city by motor from Win nipeg and are the guests of and Inmnn and daughter left ycfiterday for an extended visit In and around Cummins who has been the guest of Donald for a short hag returned to and McOulrfe are leaving on Sunday by motor for Spo and Koulton and Misses Bertha and Emily also Jones and Eileen are leaving tomorrow morning by motor for Port land and accompanied by her two is leaving on Mon day to spend the summer in Stafford and her two daughters are leaving for and will spend the ensuing year in the Stafford has lived in Lethbridge for a great number of years be ly missed In the i Wlver who lias been In valided from the front Is visit ing 1ils He will report In Calgary at the first of the jmonllr when It Is likely that be will get Charity who has been the guest of returned to her home Norton is grand matron of the Grand and has been Instituting a chapter of that order at SOCIAL EVENTS Porch Furniture Specially Priced for Saturday Selling 5 ROOMY REED ROCKERS With comfort In every are our door andare strongly The regular price of these chairs are very but to make room for other merchandise we are greatly re ducing the Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular GARDEN SEATS nti inches 3 slat painted red and glazed with good outdoor Regular 3 GRASS With twotoni Colors guaranteed not to Regular 1 6x9 GRASS AS ABOVE Regular L TEEPLE QUALITY FURNITURE 612 FOURTH PHONE 515 DOMINION BLOCK The Ladles Aid of Patrlctfrt church held a successful lawn de dal Wednesday afternoon and evening which was well Ice cream and cake were served at daintily dfe coraled the sum of about being CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The garden party which was to have been held at Hardievllle on 06 lays lawn has been postponed oh account of the inclemency of the wea m There will be a special meeting of the Knox church Ladies Aid at this The monthly business and social meeting of the Bible Class of the United Sunday School will be held at 20S 19th on July About one hundred and fifty people were present at the recital held last evening by McG Young in the1 No special men tion could be made of the songs and piano for all were performed We have installed a new bake oven and tomorrow have a fine range of high grade We want you to see the quality of You will bo pleased jf you do and wu will see you WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM AND HOME MADE The Bon Ton 430 fIFTH DRAWING and PAINTING Trained and certificated Art Teacher Certified under South Kensington and under Royal Drawing Society of Great Brit ainand AVinner of Diploma for best professional work at 20 years teaching Will Give Lessons in Drawing and Painting Both elementary and Fall Term September ADDRESS VICTORIA ALBERTA creditably to and file was the program Pi ano Audrey Jones piano Myrtle Rose pin no Dulcle Lip piano Kvelyn Hamil ton Borilni Hunt piano Vornft Gray piuno Avrll LlttFe Janet Mcllvenn piano Thelma Nobles ilnno Reta Alrd piano i piano Anita Crawford Hilda McMillan piano Krikn Marnier Hod Save the The Is holding a medal contest in Wesley church commencing at s A most Interesting program Is being Kveryone All those Interested in the organiza tion of Ihe John Ambulance brl grtde overseas are asked to meet In tho at Sal nrdny The NiiFsiug Mission are very anx ious to Immediately secure a mattress and bedclothes for the family whose i home was recently destroyed by If anyone can any of those arti cles please phone Miss Tllley at the Nursing A meeting of the tho teachers and all Interested In HIP Sunday School will be held in Knox school room Saturday evening at 1 oclick to arrange for the annual pic A most Interesting recital was held by the pupils of Claude Hughes j tn Wesley Hall on Wednesday evenj The following took part Cecil and Retrain duel Iris Glan piano solo Anna pi ano solo Bertram piano solo Miss song Blackford and Irmii duel Dorothy piano solo Cecil piano solo Pearl pi ano solo Hugh plann solo Miss Mamie Aldin Hard piano solo Jliss Vera piano solo song Miss Uagmar piano solo Miss song God Have the Miss Ada Foster and Ella Hlackford were to take Hughes was also unable to though acted as chairman and distri buted certificates to SO pupils liav iflg tried examinations and all being The performance was very excellent and much enjoyed by every one The of Wesley church held Its regular monthly meeting yester day The special feature of the program was a given by of the Provincial con vention held In Edmonton The report was a splendid con taining many helpful and interesting no prove a means of inspiration to all who heard During the business part of the meeting it was decided to go to on July 11 for a days out ling with the Camp Fire Girls who will I be camping there for a couple of All members are invited to partake of the automobile ride and 1 The officers elected for the coming year at the recent Provincial convention were as follows Presi Edmonton 1st vice Cal gary nd vice Grav Red Deer 3rd vice Macleod 4th vice pre Calgary record ing Edmonton corresponding Edmonton auxiliary treasur Edmonton Mission Band and Circle correspond ing Cal gary Mission Band and Circle treas Calgary superin tendent of Kdmonion district or ganizers Medicine Hat Edmonton Lethbridge How There were shipped from Leth hridge Branch Red Cross to June the following ar ticles flO operating 108 day piiMimonia 120 hin nil trench IS ward bath tmVeK 24 fomentation wring cimfi 72 khaki 81 property 48 bed pan cov 315 114 ban1 4f iiKinytailril yii pairs 204 j wash 2fi2 fiO 3f pillow 12 Hiirglcal ar A WEDDINQD iflumm iiarh iCumtrt v THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Delightful Dance Music Victor Dance Records offer everything thats latest and best in dance Come in and weHplay your favorites for Most likely have the very selections you have wishing to A Victrola soino Victor Records and you can dance wherever you and us long and often as you You can get a Victrola for RO 10 and on the easiest of terms we make terms to suit Following Victor Records are great for dance pur 18104 18107 18280 35663 3fidS8 Ching Chung One Walt Till tho Cows Conu Homo Some Sunday Fox Trot My Swuutie One Step Winner Medley Fox Trot Dandy Modloy Fox Trot Missouri Walts Kiss Me Again Wonderful Good CUina Dreams One Step f Love o Fox Trot Have A HeartOne Step MASON A RIRCW LIMITED BALMPBAL LITHBRIDGE HIP parsonage f I lie MclJougall MethodiHt June the marriage took place of Alfred Fisher to of Tuttle of Kdmonton INCIDENTS OF REGISTRATION t The registration cards are not sorti ed out There is work for body In the noxt few Tim ef1 feels of registration have been surj prising and far reaching From Montreal conn reports that Sooij domestic servants have left for their home farther Mini rather than risk ing lining committed to service on the land In tho far Still more sad is the case of Miss Florence liegg frightened by the thought that she have to leave homo if reg committed suicide by drown1 More tragic than any is the fact1 that daily these important cards are being lost on the A Calgary paper gives prominence to the fact j that women are continually losing tSo far the majority of the cases that have come to notice I here have belonged to the In this connection it would be well if Ihe men were to make a note of numbers j on their cards so that in the event of losing them they could get them re1 I Women took registration as matter of i though an odd one showed i great nervousness and came relying upon the support of her One woman with a family of nervously replied that her health and honifjties j permitted her to give fulltime paid j work until gently reminded by hubby I of the happy family at Most j people were quite ready to sign j though now and then was an odd one i who adopted Im from j What will be the result of registrati ion is now the question and most pie are anxiously looking forward to see if there will be any practical re particularly towards conscrip tion o man and woman Sir George Foster says it is believed that it wil Ibe possible to reap great benj efit In regard to the agricultural in the autumn from the information We are all ECONOMY OF Doing without household help is one of problems of wartime Many the girls formerly employed in do1 mestic service have gone into other i and even if there were enough servants to go no right think ing woman feels justified in using for her convenience labor which is required for more productive purj An expert at an experimental i station gives advice on economy and household children as well as adults to perform many little tasks for themi such as keeping individual rooms in Permitting children to scatter tlieir clothes and playthings and books about is simply allowing them to develop a habit which not only tends to personal but i creates endless work for If each member of the family devoted some time to taking care of his or her i own room and clothes and personal j the sum total of household i work would be reduced a plan of part time vice might be There are not enough servants to give their full time to every one who needs assist housewives through their organizations might endeavor to develop u system of interchangeable household help whereby a cook or a mothers helper or general housework er would divide her time between two or three families instead of devoting it entirely to of j that each homemaker will have to do a large part of her own work the work of the home will be minimized if more housekeepers will Jcarn how to use mechanical It wasnt so long j ago that thoiisandrti of women ed to buy such laborsavers as dish vacuum washing because they said ser vants would not use them or would probably spoil exuenslve mechanic There is some truth in this because every mechanical laborsaver must be handled with in telligence and that involves a little extra care and The homemaiter herself can offer no such reason for ignoring cal labor If she wishes to con serve her tlmo so that she may have more for her family and her country she must learn how to introduce the j mechanical services into her daily Tho initial expense of many of j them may aoem but they cost j very much less than the hire of household and they pay for themselves iu time and energy With a fireless a washing j a dish washer and a vacuum cleaner the heaviest work of the home Is reduced to a NEW OVERSEA NURSES CLUB lOarly in tlusiB was opened in Hutland a splen did club for colonial and United States nurses who visit Great Hrltaln When released from their arduous duties in The building was originally a club liousu for men of tho overseas Iorcea and so completely did fhe house fulfil its mission of giv ing comfort and rest It soon im possible to accommodate all the an Snaps for 3 PIECES OF COLORED GABARDINE Self stripe 40 Inches Regular Colors whltt anil Saturday A SPECIAL CLEARING LINE OF CHILDRENS WHITE HOSIERY Sizes 4 to Regular Pair Saturday Snap 25c LADIES WHITE LISLE HOSE Sixes to Regular Saturday 49c LADIES BLACK LISLE HOSE Sizes to Regular line Saturday 49c LADIES SUMMER VESTS Short sleeves or Saturday 19c LADIES SUMMER COMBINATIONS In loose or Regular Saturday Snap 49c A GREAT BARGAIN IN LADIES ALLOVER APRONS Made of fast colored Regular Saturday Snap Snap 6 HUDSON CARPET SWEEPERS Regular Saturday O LUNCH AND PICNIC BASKETS 1 Regular 25c 19c 4 Regular 40c 29c 2 Regular 80c 49c 2 Regular 95c 69c 1 Regular 85c 59c 1 Regular 98c JAPANESE MATS Size Regular Size Regular for MENS SEMIDRESS BOOTS In Hluchpr and Button Some are also in calf unfl patent All sizes in the but not J Saturday LADIESWHITE KID SHOES With high tops and kid covered French Very neat and Also white Xubiick Shoe with high top and Saturday A WONDERFUL LINE OF CHILDRENS SHOES With the Goodyear welt Either button or Sizes up to Saturday FOR THE BOYS A fine range of BLOOMERS the patent knee Made of stout tweeds and Sizes 8 to 15 I Regular Saturday Snap I MENS BLACK HOSE In fine silk and wool mixture for summer All Regular Saturday Snap 39c soife Bay tfbmpai Bg 11 I CH1LDS AND MISSES PATENT LEATHER SLIPPERS THE POPULAR MARY JANE Sizes 4 to 7y2 Sizes 8 to for Sizes 11 to 2 for On moving the mens club to new quarters the Rutland Square house was fitted up by a citizen in terested in providing comfortable Quarters for visiting There is sleeping accommodation for sixteen and the charges for meals and bed The expectation is that the owners of many beautiful Scottish estates will supplement hospitality of the club house by in vitations to their country Thi Edinburgh branch of the League is responsible for the club house of which the Marchioness o Linlithgow is 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 DRV CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LIMITED PHONE 451 BOX 477 ;