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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlflMSDAY. MAMCII 28, HHK THK '^.'."'IliiilDGK DAJL.Y liKHntx* r'AUb ELEVEN MILADI PHONE 1S24 f > > >  * O *J GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES � * * 3TILL KNITTING. * They write up In lln> pupors About, tho girls wlU) knit. They banter mid they tease us Thn way our garments fit. They say wo knit. In street ears To make people staro; .At theatres itn(1 movies, In fact, Junt liny where. Thev say Hint some Unit loosely While others knit too Unlit; say: "It'll beastly Tho way those garments I'll." And use oni' wrist lei :ih a sock, Tim oilier as a ntlil. Ho'll hug tho sweater fondly And smile with pure delight, Then don tho nocks and wrldtl'.'ts, And draw tho muffler tight. And tho' ho may not say it, Ho'll think It JiiHt. tin: samo: "God bless the little woman From whom these garments came.'' So juat. knoy up thn teasing About tho way wo knit, Wo'ru very much in earnest And don't Intend to qnft. -Amanda Mathcs, lu Cincinnati Times-Star. PERSONAL I* St, Cyprian's: II am., morn- ? log hci'Vlce. ? St. Mary's: 10 a.m., morning St. AuguBtin's: 12 to I limn > hour isvrvieo, Hov. C. VV, Ilorno ofCiilgarv will conduct thn nor- > vice. �: Knox: Cantata, "Seven Last. ion," g'ven ai c.rtti by the choir. > For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill, Small Dote. Small Price Carter's Iron Pills! Will restore color to the fnces-cf those who lack Iron in tho blood, aa most pale-faced people do. .Mr. W. E. Hocking of Davil'8 Lake .V. I>. has boon visiting his brother Mr. Edward Hooking of Magnitli. *   . Mr. Tt. .1. Gordon ban returned to the city after spending three months | in Salt Lake City, whore his family aro now residing. 9  * Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peacock have returned from Great Falls and are spending a few days in tho city. � � � Miss Ruth Oalbraith -will spend the Easter holidays with.. friends in Edmonton.  *  Miss Jane MacKay will spend Raster with Rov. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley at Carstairs. * * * Mrs. .Tas. Davey, 5th Avenue S., leaves tomorrow to spend several months in Ontario. * *  Pto. Robort Salens, of the 113th Kilties, lias returned from France and Ih viKitlng Air. E. !-.. Pulley. . Mikh Murion A/t'( ':iin iily leaven (o-* * � � > : :� ; . ; o >> > : � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? A Foot Specialist Nofju at this Store He is here to show'you how to be rid forever of those foot discomforts that now bother you. He is a member of the staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the noted foot authority, and His Expert Advice is Free Come in anytime while he is still here and let him examine your feet. He can tell the cause of the trouble ill a minute and will show you how you can gain immediate relief and rapid correction. M Scholl Appliance orMmie^R>rEvmjFootTrou�h Nq.matter whethor 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 sea him before he goes. We want everybody with Trad bothersome feet to take full ad-lO Mark vantage of this chance. Don't Rtg, let it pass but get started on the road to foot comfort now. W. J. Nelson & Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDGE T'nder the auspices of the Local Council of Women a. lecture will bo given in Knox church by Aliss Roberta MacAdams, M.P.P.. who lias recently�] returned "from England, where she has been a dietitian in a hospital. The lec- j tun; will be free. I * ' * I. In aid of a father of several small! children who has been ill for a nupi- !', l>er of years and who is going to Rorh-' ester for treatment, the Kentish Association will give a dance on April 15th, invitations for which may be obtained from Mr. Knowldeu. i �  � Tho Whitewear Bazaar held yes- 1 terday afternoon by the Ladies' Aid of Wesley church in Wesley hall was a splendid success as $157 was made. ' Dainty embroidered whitewear. beautiful crochet work and tho lovelies-, children's- dresses were rapidly sold to Uie numerous buyers. At this fitall which was prettily decorated with potted plants the ladies who acted as salesladies were Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. P. Forster, Airs. Virtue and Airs. George Taylor. At : the home cooking stall" where war foods were much in evidence. AU'3. I Rivers and Mrs. X. li. Good were in I charge. Tho tea room which looked so bright and cheery with a glowing grate fire and cosy tables arranged for , four decorated with vases of spring flowo'rs. was crowded all afternoon. Dainty painted menus, the work of Miss Bennington were- the object of i much admiration. Tho refreshments � served complied with the food controller's regulation, but that didn't mean , that they were not delicious as they wore most tempting and the recipes ; for them sold readily. Airs. Galbralth j was in charge of the tea room and I was assisted by Mrs. R. E. Skeith, Mrs. downing. Mrs. Dowsley, Airs. Af. | P. Johnston, Airs. Cottam and Mrs. I MacMaken. A splendid musical program was given during the afternoon by Mr. Bishop, violin, and Aliss Henry, piano, which was greatly enjoyed by everyone present. � � * The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter..'1. O. D. E. will hold their annual spring tag day, Saturday. April 27th. * * * Wesley Choir will render StaineT's "Crucifixion" tomorrow night at .-8.30 in the  church. A collection will be' taken in aid of-the choir fund.   * The last, tea until the fall to m> held at Kirkby's by the Alajor Jack Ross chapter, I. O. I). E., took place yesterday afternoon when Airs. Mc-Oorvie and Mrs. Hick wore in charge. The manager of Kirkby's haa kindly consented to donate ?S.OO a month to tho chapter during tho summer months.  * � The Major Jack Ross chapter, I. O. D. E.,. have accepted 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 Koss'toge'tihv, er with his photograph will bo liuM6 in tho ball in a. few days bu/ will first be on view at Hedley's drug store. Tho biography is beautifully illuminated and is the work of Mr. II. W. Mooch.  * � The Major Jack Ross chapter, I. O. D. E,, will moot at the Rod Cross rooms for sowing tonight at 7.45.  * * ? > > > ? + >�>??*�> * * WEDDINGS : NATIONAL COUNCIL OF > >.. WOMEN. ? � ? * : : � : :� : : : * ? ? > ? * That there is an ever-increasing interest in the work of the National Council of Women was evidenced at. Ottawa at. the meeting of the, executive, when four large and flourishing organizations of women in the west applied for affiliation. They were the. United Farm Women of Alberta, the House of Economics Society of Manitoba, the Alberta Wu-iSiTO's .ln.'*Jiute, and the Women Grain Growers of Manitoba. Mrs. Dayton, 'provincial vice-president of Manitoba, |told of the" desire of the western women to keep in touch with the great national problems- now engaging the attention of all. ' As is customary at. al) executives hold just before the annuo) meeting, nominations for the various offices go out from the executive, but are not held as binding on the councils or organizations. Airs. Torrington announced that she would not be a candidate for (he presidency again. Two candidates were proposed and balloted on. but. the list is not complete, and consequently has not been given to the public. BUILDING TRADES ARE LE8S ACTIVE Ottawa, March 28.-A decided lessening of activity in the building trade throughout the Dominion is indicated in reports to the Labor department for February. Returns from 35 citie* for February indicate that employment decreased over 42 per cent, as compared with January and over 46 per cent, as ' compared with February, 1917. On the other hand there was great activity in most other lines of employment, more particularly in tk* shipbuilding trades. ;