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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fflltmSDAY, MAHCH 28, l�18 I THE r- 'IHniDOE DAILY liKttA't.w � *�AUE ELEVEN � �  STILL KNITTING. * O  ��>*** Th'oy wrtto up In tho papers About- tho glrln who knit, Thoy bantor ntiil thoy tonHo us Tho way our gnrmonts fit. � Thsy say we Unit In street cars To mako: th* people Bt'are; , :At theatres and movlos, In fact, Just'anywhoro, Thoy say that somo knit loosely Wlillp othors knit too tight; ffcnd knots about profusely, , And no oho knits Just, right. Thoy picture -wltey's wristlet A hanging on'tho tub, Vhat hubby ihought n wash rag,,-/' Ahd used It for a scrub. But wo aro not discouraged, For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Saudi ML Small Doit, Small Price Carter's Iron Pills .'. Will restore color to thelacae-of ' thoM who lack Iron In tho blood, ni moat pale-faced people do. Wo know tho heartfelt Joy That ov'ry luilttod garment Will bring some soldier boy. And wlton It's cold and- alooty And bard tho north wind blows . Ho will not, look for stltction That dropped botwoen tho rows. Nor will ho say: "li'i beastly Tho way those garmonU fit," And uao one wristlet as a sock, The other aa u mltt.r . Ho'll hue tho awoater fondly And smile with p'uro dollght, Then don tho socks and wrlotlets, And draw tho muffler' tight. And tho' he mny not say It, / Ho'll think It just tho samo: "Uod bless the llttlo woman . From whom thoso garments came." So Just keop up tho toaslog About tho way wo knit, Wo'ro very much In oarnost  And don't Intend to quit.  -Amanda Mathes, In  Cincinnati Times-Star.    * * ? > * > > ? * ? * ? > ? ? * o o ? PERSONAL : * * ? > ? > > > > > �> ? ? Sir. \V, E. Hocking of Devil's Lake, N. D. has beon visiting his brother, Mr.'Edward Hocking of Magrath.    ', Mr. R. J. Gordon' ban returned to the city after spending throe months in Salt Lako City, whore his family aro now residing.    Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peacock have returned ' from Great Palls and are spending a fow days In tho city.  m  Miss Ruth Galbralth will spend UuS Easter holidays with ..friends in Edmonton.    Miss Jane MacKay will spend Easter with Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bradlly at Carsfairs. '    Mrs. Jas. Davey, 5th Avenue S., loaves tomorrow to spend soveral months in Ontario. ' *  Pto. Robort Salens, of 'the 113th Afoot Specialist at this Store He is-here to showfyou how to be rid'fore\�!f.fp^th6se-foot discomforts that now bother you. He is a'frtember of the staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl.the noted foot authority and His Expert Advice &ljFVee Come in anytime while he is stili here and let him examine your feet. He can tell the cause of the trouble "iri a minute and will show you how you can gain immediate relief and rapid correction. Tfwn is a Nq.matter whether the trouble is corns, callouses, bunions, weak. arches, flat foot, cramping toes, "rheumatic" foot and leg pains, weak, ankles or something else, he knows' Just what should be done and will tell you.' ' Here Only Until Mon. Night, Apr. 1 , Be sure to see him before he goes. We want everybody with bothersome feet to take full advantage of this chance. Don't let it past but. get .started on. the road to foot 'comfort now. W. J. Nelson & Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK . ' ' LETHBRIDGE Watch Your Feet GOOD FRIDAY 8ERVICE8 8t, Cyprian's: 11 am., morning sbrvlcc. St. Mfary's: 10 a.m., morning service; 4 p.m., children's ser-vico; S p.m., mission service. St. Augustln's: 12 to 3, throe hour 8-orvico, Ho v. C. W.JIorno of-Oalgary will conduct tho scr*; vice. Knox: Cantata, "Sovcn Last Words of Christ," given by the choir, Wosley: Slalncr's "Crucifixion," g'ven at. 8,no by the choir. > * ? * #'*o Kilties, ban roturnnd from franco and is visiting Mr. li. S. Pulley. . � � � . Miss Marlon McCamhly leaves tonight, '.o spend Master in Calgary, � * : ' * .* ? SOCIAL EVENTS .% .;. .;. .'. .;. .;. .-. a .;. .;. * * * ? * * Tho Misses Hazell entortalnod at a 'handkerchief shower last night for Miss Helen Galvln, an April bride. � . . � Mrs. U.'.i. Nichols was the hostess of a delightful ton yesterday afternoon for Mrs. R. S. Smith.    In uid of tho S. O. K. benefit', far returned HoldierB 11 whist drive and dauco was held on Wednesday evening In the S. O. B. hall. Twelve tables wore in play and several people came in later for the dance. The prizes wero won by: First. Mra. D. Binning and Mr. 13. T. Bell; second, Mrs. Wltham and Mr. A. Gant; consolation, Mrs. Howard and Mr. Cleaver. Mr. E. A. Scott acted as M. C. Two more whist drives will be held on April 10th and May 1st. to complete the seriea being given this season.  �  >! 5* ^ * ? ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * : : : * ? ? : ? : ? ? ? ? : > : Under the auspices of Iho Local Councll'of Women a lecture will bb given In Knox church by Miss Roberta'! MacAilnmg, M.P.P., who has recently.! returned the-choir fund.' *| The last tea, until. the fall itpftl)^ held at Kirkby's by the Major-rJatsk Ross chapter^ I. 0.~l>. E., took plade yesterday afternoon when Mrs.'- Mc-. Corvie and Mrs. Hick were in chargo.: The manager of Kirkby's him kindly consented to donate $8.00 a month to the chapter during the summer months.  * * The Major Jack Ross chapter, I. O. D. E.'> have acceptod the offer of tho Knights of Pythias to hold their meetings in tho K, P. hall In future. .The chapter's' charter and an illuminated biography of Major Jack Ross'togetlfi) er with his photograph will | tho hall in a few days but will ftrrf-i be.on view at Hodley's drug store. The biography Is beautifully illuminated and is the work of'Mr. H.'W. Meech.'  .'� '�'> Tho Major Jack Ross chapter, I. Ov D, E, will meet at the Rod CJrpse ... . ^ rooms for aow^ng: tonight at 7,4fjf �. WEDDINGS � FERGUSON-MUTZ Saturday afternoon, at the home of., tho officiating clergyman, Calgary, tho marriago of Miss Estella Mnrid Mutz and Mr. Roy James Fergueon, both of Vulcan took place; tho Re.yf,M W. R. Whlteman performing 'tho cororaony, Tho bride was accompanied by her mother and sister and only the immediate relatives were, present. � , ' WOMEN. . * ? �. . .J. * * ,:* ^ ******* * That there is an ever-increasing interest in the work of the National Council of Woinon >vas evideuced.at Ottawa at the'ineoting of the execu-tivo; 'when- four 'Jarge and flourishing organizations of women in the' west applied for'affiliation. "They were the.United Farm Women of "Alberta, the House of. Economics Soolety of -Manltoha, the Alberta Wo-hvw'fi ]n�Utnte,. and- the Women Grain Growers of Manitoba.. Mrs.v Bay torn provincial vice-president of- Manltob'u, told'of tho""desire:of tho we^tierp. women to keep in touch with, fife .great national problems- now engaging the attention of all.  :;.  \ for February. Returns * from' 35 cltteav i for February indicate that employment, ; decreased over 42 per cent, as coin. � pared with Jauuary and oyer 46 pierv \ cent, as * compared with February; \ 1917. On the other .buid^tlieiwJi^iisV S great activity in most other Un��Voj|,t; employment, more particularly lav tkirLi shipbuilding trades, ' y ',W ;