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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACF. ELEVEN mi'-' Mm li MILADI I-.' "I li 1/ il *l! , --:i � ci ' i,- V�. Hi Mil mi'! .;. � In Mr Hiinil'l I I llljlllll'llllHIII lllli'-' pill'-.- Ill- [I IIIOlHll. : PERSONAL : j v ? & > * 11 1  Mr. ami Mm. .lolin Wilson (if pernio, II ('., ivi'i'i' III!' Wl-l'l. i'll'l i;iimsIh of Mr. mill .Mm. John l'Vn;ii:'im. Miss L M. Lindsay was a v.-c� it >� 1111 visitor In I'IlllCshollll. * � Mrs. (leorgc Mackav. .Mrs I'rault Colpman ami Mis� Florence Donald, wild have lic'li ill Calgary la i -ounce (loll Willi (lie 1'aH'iofj,- I'll Mil illllDill istratlon linvf returned home.    Mrs. H .1. Coolie is spending two weeks Willi Mr.-i. (leorge Ma.'kay he fori.' returning caul. � � m Mr. ami Mrs. A. IS. Canning arc leaving lonight for Spokane lo spend a few days.  w  Mr. nnci Mrs. A. M.'erty return cd today from a shorl visii in Calgary  � � Mrs. Doliliio of Calvary Is Ihc guest of her sister, Mrs. Win. McClnrc.   * CHUHCIIES AMD SOCIETIES �'� 11,' , 1 . i. . i,i;.,,.>, ...� !,i- A1 li'-1 ,a : ' 1:11  :i' I n' M' .''- ,  .1 k:i ii!/i 'I in, ( \-llc.ill V III." ,'. I-'-;-/ V. ill'l, III!' [illi'lW: !- r, r I i  - - -: . .;'!!**,�'C''5'')l Yesterday afternoon llr?. Chas.j McKillop entertained a feu- friends; for Mrs. R. S. Smith, who is renewing ' acilUiiintiinccs in the city. * * * Miss Mahel Winters entertained i last night, in honor of Misses Helen and Dorothy Richardson, who are leaving! shortly for Seattle. The evening was) spent in cards and dancing, after! which a daintv luncheon was served. : ... j Mrs. flurry Nicholson and Miss; Marcellti Lnffcrty entertained last j night at, a miscellaneous shower at ; Miss Lufforty's home for Miss Union I �: : : : : : : �: v : �> : The V. W A will meet In the iiii|i- j tin! .li til ill Tueuilny iil^lit a I o'clock ; ,\ good pregra in 'will b>- rendered Allj women are invited | ... J The Passion wee], services nl W.-i, i lev church on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are withdrawn owing '' the continued illness of the ]iastor, ! Rev. ('. K Crn. I . , . I The Ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's; fiimcli will hold a social evening on j April lird in ihe conservatory of Music i hall. ... Tne young ladies of the Protheoti 1 l.iss wish lo thank Mr. Terrill for j jh.nls. Mr. Peunefalher for flags, \ Mr. Summer and the young ine-i for j siagc manageiii.'nt, Mr. W. P Day] for wiring and all those who In any j way helped to make the entertain-, n.eiil a success. J . 1 * The first of a series of whis! drives 1 and (fauces for Ihe S. O.  10. bow-fit l'n.'ii! for returned soldiers will 1m held lonmrrow nlt'hl in lite S. O. K. hall/ 'ihe [laughters ami Maids of Ki'.gland ' ar't kindly asked to bring refresh- j men; s. ... Much interest is being centred in j llt(! National Council of Women executive meeting which is now I being- held In Ottawa, for it promises I lo he a pariiciilarly largo and repre- j se.ntative one. One thing that has ; helped tills is the fact that so many of Its officers come from such a (lis-i lance for Hie Women's War Confer-1 eneo and have remained at nearby i points for the last, two weeks. One ! thing that will bo discussed is the ' nominations for the coming annual ; SUCCL3SPUL PLAYG Wesley Ladies' Aid Easter Wednesday Afternoon, Mar. 27 - IN WESLEY HALL-- S>ale Opens Promptly at 4.00 o'Clock Aprons, Children's Dresses, Lingerie, etc. Pantry Table of War Cooking. Wesley i-iiui'li was Dir.inged last evening to the doors wln'ii tin- mem ] l;'-rs of Ihc iTiSh.-oii i lass iiresenled tii.-ii |iia;.:-, '"!'!'.�� ivrplexini.' Sit mil Ion" ami "The Klopi mem of Kib'ii " The idays were very cleverly prr duccil and the large audience v...s iniiii' nsely jileaveil with the cnlerlaii.aieiil. A large sum v.-.-is ri-alizeil which will all C.o towards tie- building fund of 'he i hiirch. Tlie 1'f-rpleving was the first play presented, and the various 1 characters ivre well taken. The male | parlp were taken liy the girls of the class, and I'm i-oniedy of Uie play v,-iii� , well carried through. ; The h'lo(ii7i"i-.i of Kllor, also furnish ' ' ed consid'-rabl" merrim'-nt. It would, I'., difiicub Mi giv individual praise as all Ihe parts were remarkably wll suslaim-d. The limmber:, ol liie riass are lo be congratulated upon the she-' cess'of their efforts, which were ami) -ly rewarded last, evening, by the ap-j preeiation expressed by the audience. ' The casts of the plays were as fol j lows: "The Elopment of Ellen" , Richard Kuril and Mollie Konl - j newlyweds in dom"slic difficulties I ........ K. Prosser ami (1. Hatema': ; lioh- Mollie's bro'her. fond of golf t j and iiretty housemaids .... M. Ciiil Dorothy March - the innocent cause j I of many heartaches . . V. Redmond j I.Jane Haverhill-who enjoys a lark. j. i inn insists on being properly chap-'. ! eroned ................A. Tlemlry \ I Max Brown --Bob's chum,- who real.'y , j can't decide where his affections ' are placed ...........W. l.ingard j ; Uev. John liuroc-tho villake curate, | ; who "just, came across through i Ihe garden, hoping lie might he of .j ; eomr service"............L. i'urk-( I "The Perplexing Situation." j , Mr. Middleton-well-to-do, but inelin-j i ed lo be close.........W. Lingard i Mrs. Middleton. his wife, Mrs. Swans' Mrs. Middleton, his wife. ................... Mrs. Swanaon Jessie, Sue-his daughters, would- [ he society butterflies ......:.....; ..... Miss Spencer, Mrs. C. Hughes Tom-his son ............ A. Lung  Lucy-an orphan niece .. Mrs. Hernni ' Alexander Wilson-very much in love, with Jessie...............M. Dot Uncle Kpitanius-kiniUy. but emit if . old farmer from "TitUHvlll^. you know" ................. K. Pero Maude-secret sweetheart of Tom .................... Mrs. Sumner, Mrs. Nosey--the usual town gossip ...................... M. McCara j Dr. Reynolds-the conscientious | health officer ......... M. McCara i I'ritz, Mary-the servants I ........... I.-. Park, Miss Kunst. i * * . I � > > : *� � > > 1 > :1 �: GENERAL > i � > j : ? > > ? > ? ? * > > > > : j ; Mr. Arnold Bennett, tho famous � : Rnglish novelist, writes: "We shall I : not in future get. as much as we want' : or as much as we need. Thero i.s i and thorn, will bo a serious shortage, j I Submarines are not the original ; ! c.auso of the shortage. The shortage ; is a world shortage, l^rench food sup- ' ply is down by 40 per cent. If we do j not help France, France collapses, and ; , wo might just as well put the. shutters up at. the war office and implore llindenburg to behave clttvalrottsiy to | ! his fallen foes." ! MORE NEW Queen Quality COSTUMES & DRESSES IN THIS WEEK For Easter The Price is Right and the Apparel Faultless niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii F. Thaell, 608 u A- s- Two hundred and thirty pairs of socks knitted for the boys at ihe front is tho record made by Mrs. 10. D. Mcintosh of the second concession of Cornwall township. Mrs. Mcintosh is ninety years of age and is still keeping up her good work. m * * Her Excellency, the Duchess of i Devonshire has undergone a slight | operation in Royal Victoria hospital for the removal o� a small cyst in one of her eyes. * * . 'I Mrs. A. V. DePencier, wife of the Bishop of Now Westminster, who is now at the front, has been elected Regent of the Coronation Chapter, I.O.D.K., in Vancouver. BE MASSEUSSES. � * * : * > :� * * �: : * > ; ! Transportation is furnished to To-, i ronlo, this being tho only Military Mnssaffe School in Canada: preference. Is given to western girls. | Ladies applying must furnish a mod-! ical certificate, two character refer- i euces and must have had high school , education. I The pay while training has in the i past, been ?2f>.00 per month, they h.w-i ing to provide inoir own room and I hoard. j Our ladies are of tho opinion that , this salary of $25.00 was to be done ; away with, and the Indies wdiilo training getting no remuneration whatever; their object being that they could get a hotter class of women. They aro required to sign for a year ; with the stipulation that they can bo transferred to any part of Canada. 1 The lenetii �l' course is six months, | and daily duties are from li a.m. to ,' 11' noon and from 1:30 to :1:30 p.m. For fnrlher information on this apply to Lieut. E. J. Kendall. School of j Massage, Hart. House., Queen's Fark, j Toronto. FFERENT for EASIER Those ; New \J: thincs, --:i;)K'!"'l t>rn bftinK iirinr. and our jiisi arrived, box ideated skirt paddy green '-.ol-. with iiock- silk is most ef-�r- in two tone -old and black. ,i ..-i-: will' inaize a! is. '-'.-. We also wish large :n purple, paddy. :;* bloom, iOt On Sale Wednesday RIBBONS Our ribbon section this spring most certainly defies all competition both as regards price and variety. Particularly are we pleased with our showing of Dresdens in widths from 1! to 8 inches, and Moire Silk in beautiful shades. Then there are ribbons for millinery purposes, In fact for every requirement. Prices from 2[/2a to $2.75 yard. ONE VERY NEW FABRIC TO OUR TRADE THAT DESERVES SPECIAL MENTION BEAUTY CLOTH Novelty Skirts The Sport Skirt is going to be a most important/ factor in correct, -dress, for this spring, and you can rely upon our assistance in meeting il. Our range it; large, varied and exclusive as regards color, material and design, and there are no two alike. Then, of course, we have the standard serges and gaberdines !n black, navy and grey. Manufactured iu Massachusetts by Coron, Perrie. and Scott, the world renowned manufacturers. This material is made from Silk and Egyptian Lisle and is about the weight of fine mull. It has (.he beautiful myriad effect and comes in a vast range ot shades. The materia! is practical and is having a big run In the states. The width is US inches and it retails for- $1.25 yard ;