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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY; MARCH 12, 1918 PAGE NINE .;. WOMEN'S INSTITUTES *  r,, .> O 4> YE OENTLe chinook Heie'H to youM)bwer, none can excel, Orantfld by llaaven but. heated Iroin Mell, I\ UAllopliig padt on youi' diargera bold, p With all the zest you dlHpUy6d ot old; Known to Old Timers and Imtod by all. Working In winter, Hprlng, >�mnior ahd foil. , A oloao corporation, whlcU noho can truflt. Blow yojirjolt out and wo liopo you bust. Ue'thbrldge Winds Unlimited, �I.     O*** � >  personal > � > Mrs. Howard Tyo of Sterling Is to be tho guest of Mrs. Conybeare this week. Rev. Major In towh last banquet. Kerby ot night for Calgary was the Masonic Duncan Campbell of Maoleod was In town for tlia Masonic ban Council ot Women yesterday afterhoon was wtiU atte'hded.' Ml�8 Tilly of the Nurs Ing Miaqlon, gave' a very interesting report on the proceeding! of the Soc ial Service convention In Calgt^y. She specially empbaalaed the question ot (he mAitally defective and that oMn-fai;it welfare Jjnd Strongly U^ed the Importance of-.starting a milk station hero in the summer. This would ensure the babies getting only tho cleanest aud beat of milk. It is hoped that the atfillatod societiea will cooperate with"- the local council in this work. The city commlsioners have offered ton acres at the park for communRy gardening. This land can ba irrigated, it wa^' moved that the commissioners be asked to give first choice to the affiliated Hocletles. There "was a discussion on food conservation and a committee formed to take up this question with Mrs. Boy Davidson aa convenor. As the mlnutos of the. .Laws Committee convention In Calgary have not arrived yef; Mrs. Buchanan will give her report at th* next meeting. The Nextof-KIn will meet at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow evening at 7.30, .   * . The Busy Bees Mission Band will hold thoir annual concert in Uie Baptist church on Friday. March 2and.   � The Thistle Sewing Circle'Swill "rteet Mrs. Lorrie, 172� 5th Ave. E.. N., on Wednesday afternoon lor Red Cross 'sewing.' i � �Tl)e Ladles Aid of the First Baptist church jvlM meet at the home of Mrs. Wilson.Uh AVe. North at 3 p.m., Thursday afternoOn.-...' The Daughters nad Maids ot England will meet'in the S. O, E. h^l tomorrow (Wednesday) at 8 p.m. sharp. All members aro asked to attend, as there la businoas ot importance to diSOUBB. . . . \ * * * . The Red Cross Society: acknowledge with thanks, 24 pair ot aocka from'the Sir Alexa'ttdarOalt^ Cha^ter^I.O.D.B. 4> . ' W.BDOINfiS   � ' � � " r , , '  DIXON-RU88BLL. The marriage took place yesterday at the raaldence of Aer. Chas. Baker, of Mr. Lloyd' Knapp Dixon of Qroton, Alta.,'- to GENERAL ITEMS  . ��,^ * fr      # �^     �  The a;rchblshop ft York, during his visit to Toronto' in'April, will-b? the guest of Ven. Alrchdeacon Cody and Mrs. Cody. \ ' Mrs. WiUiana B. Leeds, who is now in Mdntreux, Switnriand, has author ized ah absoluta dralal of lep'orts of ;her 'marriage .to^^ Prince iCh'rlstopber of .Greece^oung^at, brother, ot Con fitahtine; tne depbaed king. ?he Dally Sketch, of liondon,' asid latt' month that Mrs. Leeds bad bean ;iitKrriaa to the prince,! She la the widow of one of tbejeadera of,tho tlnplitte Industry of America, from .whom.iihe .inherited about H4.0(lO,(Jdo. ' She Is' a daughter .of the late Wm. O, Stuart, of Clere-land. ,. \; Two hundred women uuTseV of the Base Hoapltail w|ll l�arn, bQXlUK under the In^tructlQji of CharWf White, Dlv^ At the Wonion's fnatitutos cortven-Won in Edmonton, Mrs. 9. T. McCall was cho'son convenor for tho Taber constituency; Mrs. AngeH Tumor, tor Magratb nnd Mrs. S. F, Harris, ot Milk River, for Warner. Blias Isabel Noble, of Daysland, nai bven again chosen by the unnnlmouu cbolco of the deleenteH to be proflldont of tho Alberta Women'h Institutes, and the memberH pxpressed their approc-iatiott of the Kervice she had glvon ihem In that enpucity. ' Tho other offlcnrH elected were; VIco-presidont-Mrs.v W'm. II. Fleming, SedgcwtcU. Secretary-treasurer-Mn!. A. . II Rogers, Fort Saskutchewan. Directors tor dlmrlclH 1, 2 and i; Mrs.' F. Grlsdnle, Vormlimn; Mrs. .1. Iloyd, Vanrouo,' nnd Mrs. , Hummel, CarmanBtty. Number three district was n llo and wa.i loft ovm- till later, when Miss Ella M. Towns, Conoratlon,'was chosen. Farm women of Albortu not only can but are doing the outside work on the farmsj according to the testimony of a couple dozen , who  spoke Friday morning to iho rosoiutlon for fiouKi-ateadB for women. More over many of (hem are going to wear overalls this yaars. In calling.a halt to the experience meeting President Isabel Noble HOld that It had been UemOnstratod beyond doubt that homesteads wori) no trick for iwomen to manage. A couple ot women had had homeBteads, several others.spoke ot having run every typo of farm machinery, another that lior sixteen year old daughter was taking tho place ot a man on the farm this summer and she herself was going to run � tho tractor, but Mrs. Da)!), ot Standard, capped tho cllhinx when she slated she had' run the mower with a baby on her lap. Among those who showed their ;faih-iliarity with tho manaKement ot farmti-and farm machitiory were Mrs. W. Taylor of Stettler; Mrs. Duhlop, of Stevol; Airs. E.. AV. Drake of New Dayton; Mrs. S. T. Gregory ot Wain-wright; Mrs. M. E. Durham ot Gem; and Mrs, D. A. Durham ot Westward Ho, Thi. resolution was passed with an. overwhelming "Aye." n Convention Notes Roid Hill branch is taking up the home credit system recommendcfl by their president. Champion institute'iS' intereatdd In consolidated schools. Carmangay has paid off the, last note. ($400) on their rest room. One session of the Aldcrayde institute was taken up pby a demonstration on cheese making. Brant assisted their municipality by giving ?20 towards the building of sidewalks. Hughendeu branch Is also working for n rest room. Cardston branch was the first, organization to elect a iwoman on the school board. ' Magrath has a membership ot- 51 and went In for yacant tot gardening from which they derived J27.6G. ^ Taber raised'2,000.20 for war work and.- made -up 8,7$7. articles for Red Cross, besides holding a horticultural show.  Barnwell la a new organization and baa had only three meeilngs. Coaldale with 17 members rataed 141,000 for war work. , At the Women's Institute convention Ih Edmonton, referring to' the registration of women as it was proposed at the Ottawa conference, Mrs. Nellie McCIung said that it waa, expected to take three months to get it Into operation. But to meet thq dm-mediate and pressing needs of. tho farm A>yraeti, Mtsr Cora Hind, of Winnipeg, who was closely In tiouch with farm^ conditions, had, suggested a sort ot exchange by means ot' the daily and others newspapers. A slip i would be attached wherein a woman I could offer her services for this class of labor or the farm woman �\vould ask for such help. It was a sort of i simple get-together lAovement with the leaat amount ot red tape. at tho residence ot Mr.s. JIcGregpr, (iorner of 3rd Ave. and ifith Ht. at H p.m. Thursday-Rognliu- meotlng of Ladles' Aid in church iiiuior m 2.:)0 p.m. Wesley Church-Tuc-iilay-2 p.m., ladies ut Hod Cross roojriH; .S.l,-) p.m., monthly meeting ot the official board. WednesdHy-3 p.m., the monthly meot-Ing of the Ladles' Aid,Kocloty;-7.30 p.m., mnotlng ot 'teen a^o hoys; 8 p. m., prayer service. Thiiis(Jny. N p.m., choir prnctico. �L, D. 8. Church-Tue.iday- At 2.30 p.m. at L. O. 9., tho roliuf aoclety will moot There will be a (luflting beo and it lit hopod there will bo a good turn oilt tip thorb Is to bo business trnnsarted ' � WRITER.KILLED IloiioJnlu, Mar. 32.-W. A. .Shiyer, of Dotrort, Mich., a writer tor hnslnoss pul)l)cation� was killed yestorriay wlilio on a -visit to Kllauoft voloan(i on the Island ot UaWall, when the aleerlng gear of an automobile in wlilf.li he was ridlllg broke and Uio machine plunged down an embankment. Mrs. Shryor who accompanied hlni, ."uffer-ed .'Slight injuries. >> , ? AQEO METHODIST '> MINISTER DEAD ? ' Toronto, March 12.- Rev. ? OharloH Mclnlyre, who solved ! for over forty yearn in the was born in Kingston .qeventy �> years ago and was a brother of ? Oon'ttld M. Mclntyre, K.C, : chairman of the Ontario Riill- ? way Boani. �rrr-z..A r ANCIENT ORDER OF i FORESTERS ' WILL HOLD A ON MARCH IS l|!|thrK;o^P.Hall , " 'From 9 till 2 QenU $1.00; Extra Ladlaa, SOo ,Thoie wlihino invitatlona phone 17B2. Mlaa Arnold'a Orcheatra in the Cburcbee tornoon. So tar as la known, ttijla it>tha tltfii axmy cantpnment' inMmericsor' any other country..tb^rft.-,the.;inanly will be taucbt(a;tBo women'wHo have volunteered itlit^,iffi.aer^lce.i to the Base Hoapltal work; , .r , i The nursea �t,the b�a�Ual aak-ed that they be'ciyen'^lie boxing in-alrucllon. ...� ., ;� � , Red Cross w!))'k done tiy the' women ot Winnipeg, has treUled In' the last, year, according to reporta presented At the frst annual ineetiBi of the Wln-tnipeg Red Oroaa... iTIie.raoeipta for the fiscal ye"ajl,. wlfloj*' waa only eleven months, were tli&/736,07, while tho ex pondltures . amounted .to |24,04S.12, Donations amouiijt.aa ^tfi ^ .|l4>97a.47, while ^--KraDta and.' ITM material amounted to 110.701,60. There Is now a credit balance on the Uookp (if $1,-(188.05. ' . ' St.' Mary'a Church.-Tuesday, at 8.30, teaflhers' meeUng. Wednesdays' p.m., evening service and address. Thursday-10,30 a.m.. Holy comi^un-. Ion; 8 p.m., G, A. Friday-Intoirces-aiou service at 8 p.m.; choir practice at 8,30 p.m. ' : St Cyprian!a Church.-Wednesday- Evening service; cholrrpractice at close of service. Thur9doy:^3 p.m., auxll-liary in parish room. . Friday-7.80, club mooting. Chrlatlan Seianca-Regular testimony meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. ' Chrlatlan Ohureh.r-Wednesday |: afternoon-Ladles' aid' m^et ati the church for work and Friday ufter^ioon ift R^d Cross 'rooiAa for aewlng. i Friday evening-The Chriptlan Ende^ivor .Will give a five cent, sodiil at the church. There will be several aniuse-menta at five 'ceiita: each, among which will ha a fishing pond. Come and4ry your luck, Junior choir pj-uo-tlce Thiirsday, at four, ti'clock a^;[the church. Thursday eventps-Regular praotldtf at 8 o'clock. > ' > �aptlat Church-'Tueaday-^8 p.1u, Y. W. A. raoeting in the ohfiroh. Wed-nesday-rrPraybr meeting, In church. Thursday-At 7^ p.m., 'teen age boya and Klrla-atudydub; 8 p.m.', choir practice; '3 p.m., the ladlea aid meet at the hoiuo;of M)r8:> Wlli'on 4th 'Ave. N, Friday-Red Cross atiwlng, 2 ,to 5 ^'"Rrtox Church-rTuesdjty- Regular m^ntlily Ukeellng of board of managers in. vestry at  8 o'clock. Regular monthly megtlnp; of thOvW. M. S,"ln school roQin at 8 p.m. 'Wedueaday- Senior C. 8. B.T. boya meet-In';the sichdbl room at 7.30. iprlday-, XI�o Senior Mlaalon Band will miset'at the home ot Mrs. J. J. Robertspn, 1108 7tU Ave. |S. St 4.1t>.  Ohoir practice at 8 o'clock. United Church-Tuaadiiy-Tha Qa- fqrth Miaaion Circle at 7 o'clock at tb^ chut-c^h. Wodneaday-Prayer meetiiii! "Tis Ihe good old IHth jonfl, In the good aid Irlth way, I'd tike to sing with yeu, good friend This goodSmint Pmtrlck's Day/' You Can Hear these Good Old Irish Songs and Dances, on ST. PATRICK�S DAY * "St. Patrick's Day," on violin, played-by Maud Powell; "My Wild Irtsli Rcse," sung; by McGormack; "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Ghartos," by Farrar; "Medley of Irish Jigs," onviolinby R. Gagnier . and hundreds of other suitable selections for either Victrola or Player Piano, sung and played and arranged by the best musicians in the world. Mason & Riach Boudoir PUyei: Piano [�'The Biggeat Little Piano Ever Mode" Gome III and Hear Them Possibly 3'0ii have not'bought your ^Victrola, or Player Piano. If not, let lis explain our convenient terms that will make it easy for you to enjoy music this f St. Patrick's Day, and every day to come. Victrola XIV. A baautlful, p*p. ular, inatrument, flnialMdl in mahogany or oak AND IMMSMIU OF neiMM rCR VeU.TO.SClCCT fMNi BRANCH STORES Balmoral Block, 5th St. S. Lethbridge. 72 We can truthf|iily>say.that we carry the'largest stock of rugs and floor coverings in Soutiierh AlbeHf* and our prices owuig to foresight in buying are the lowest, k visit to our new department will more than repay you. Foity ditferciit patterns of SCOTCH CANADIAN LINOLEUM to choose from. Linoleums that are imported cliroct trojii Scotland to ourselves, and caij be guaranteed to be the genuine article. AMERICAN NEW PROCESS, at, yard TZVzc iSXTRA THICIK LINOLEUM, at, per yard ....... STiAc VERY HEAVY GUAR-ANtEED SCOTCH UN-OLEUM .... . $1.15 GUARANTEED SCOTCH INPUD UNOLEUM, - -from $1.70 to $125: FLOOR OILCLOTH from" per yard navy blue "american scout" percale .ifi Inches .wide. Warranted fust col' or in convoiUional spot anil floral do-aiBua. Wednesday and Thurs- 01 _ day, yard .................... tULC french kid gloves 2 domo faslnnere In white, blaolc, tan or grey. Terrlns' nnd Denta' make. Kcgular ?;j,00. Wedne.sd.iy and | ("q ThurKday, pair ............. l.�0�f LADIES' WASHING SATIN COLLARS Daintily trimmed with lace, 'In colors tlcsh, maize, cream and coral. Also crepe de chluo In cream, flesh, and maize. AVedneaday and Tliurfiday 350 YARDS ALL SILK i TAFFETA ;iG inclie.s wide In nigger, navy, champagne and saie blue. Also, 200 yards SUtf Poplin in nigger, navy and saxe lilue, 38 inches wide.. Regular value $2.00 nnd .?2.50 per yard. Wednesday Selling, yard, 98c The above is a special purchaao made by our Mr,' Smith nnd has just arriyed from tho oast. an extra special in Waists Voile and lawu. Values to $2,00. Wednesday and rjrt Thursday ..........>.......... I 1?C LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS 01 good quality cotton. Nicely trimmed .with laco and have embroidered yokes and lace edging on neck and sleeves, Wednesday and 1 O Q Thursday......... ......liCO BOY'S GUNMETAL CALF BUTTON DRESS BOOTS Medium weight soles and block toes, A grand wearing hoot. Regular $4,75, Wednesday and O CO Thursday ;____T..0�%iU CHILDREN'S BLACK KID BOOTS .Button-and lace. "So-Com�y" make. Wide extension welted soles and cushion insoles, A very comfortable boot. Sizes S to IOV2. Regular $3.50. �| �n Wednesday and Thursday .. ^a^if -I' LADIES' KID BOTTOM DRESS BOOTS With 8 inch black poplin tops. Short vamps, wide fitting and Louis heels.i: Sizes 2 to 6. X'very aorvieeabre boot (or street wear. Regular $7.00. m Wednesday and- Thursday .. 4�' MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT WORK SHIRTS I� serviceable, colors. Warruiited tff wash Avell, All sizes from UV<, to 17%;'. Regular $1.50. Wednesday and f f r.i� Thm'sday.................. laldi" MEN'S EXTRA STRONG TWEED WORK PANTS In sizes from 34 io 43. Special price. Wednesday and 0 OA' Thursday................... BOYS' FANCY FLANNEL-, EHE PYJAMAS 10 only.let,t; Sizes 8,to 10 yo'ara. Rett-ular $1.85. Those must be clear- qa ed BO will go at, suit........; JfSfC- zs O'Cedar Mops. Regulajp $1.25. Wednesday & Thurs^ day $1.19: 11 O'Cedar Mops. Regular/' 75c. Wednesday and Thurs^-^; day................69c^ NO PHONE.ORDER& NOC.O.D. ;