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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN SATURDAY, MAY I, 191B T Special To-night iftlsforl.liroohou.-stoni.rlH. and even worth mm-handisc; lor tin-clillcr- cni'O I'oi- soniet-liins; e.ls'0. or white. QCp M-lco Cotton; tonight. a pair TmliTs' Fine Vests, emtfroldercd short or no peeves: and other Collars, made from Organdies. Special "8 Cross liar -Muslin Ko.'diiefs will be ggg sold Tonight for 9Kp JOc yard for.. ..fine _5C single Mack, 25G sky, RYLANDS 4 C9i The Busy Mother's Day The Art ami Literature clcpartmnll Hie Jlathesis club will inert witn Mrs. A. .1. Irving Monday attcinoon at ,'J tl'clouk. Tlw Xrwlli'-work club on Monday witli Mrs. A. Simpson. 'M IS'tl; St. south....... Mrs W sscott today for a w.i inonllis1 visit to friends in St ,ottis. .Mr and .Mrs. W. Henderson are ceiving congrntnlatlous over the birtn )f a daughter yesterday. MNs .Marion Smitli returned last nlghl frem Ednionlon. where she hud boon attending Alberta University. St .M.giislin's hall was crowded to I he evcniiiK lo witness "Kunboniiets." a playlet staged by the members of the church. The affaii was a great success from every The stagiilir and aftinp of this humor cus playlet was perfect, and the iflny much enjoyment. The inom- bere of the cast are to be <-oii8ratuiat- ed on I their excellent entertaining abilities. The Mandolin club r; derecl some delinhlful music during the evening, and Miss Hawden, .Messrs. Ilrymner and Cooper sang pleasing solos. A most enjoyable spent in the Knox church school last evening, when the Big Sisters bible class were at home fi their friends. The Young I'conle's Hible class of Wesley church an.l the Dig Brothers were present. An exceKent pro gramme of songs, recu-.tloliB and in- strumental selections was given The programme follows: Uuet. Misses Bardie and Young: recitation. Kobut Hang' violin solo, Master .lefirey rtinnon- Piano solo. Miss M. recitation, .Miss Way; piano solo. Miss Several popular games were played. Dainty refreshments were served This Sample of Wear a Flower for Mother's Sake To honor the best .rnother that ever own This is the Purpose ol Meier's Day SUNDAY. MAY 1015 is for you, Madam! WHAT is LUX? It is a soap of unusual purity made into the thinnest .of (lakes that readily dissolve in hot water. It makes a creamy, foamy lather that cannot inj-ire the daintiest fabric or the "hands. "LUX is a wonderful life lehgthcncr of all .woollen and flannel garments. It absolutely prevents them from matting, thickening shrinking in the wash. Will you US S5H. you a sample, free' Address LUX Brothers Limited, lurmila. All grocers 1 .ell LUX ly4" Since War Call Came LETHBRIDGE MAN WRITES HOME TELLING OF THE LIFE IN THE TRENCHES inter received by Mrs. .1. H Sinllli, from huahand, u reserve in Hie employ of the C.I'.H. dcnarlim.nt IHTC, contains some para crai-hs of inl-rcst. -Mr. wrol. jlroin Frauuc. M'liere he is wmii with a llritish regiment. Amoni; ".I i CM- things, be says: 1 "I have vonr cnilinii from tin- II? rtout Hon.'. You niisl ifor.n Hit! M'irald ii'inn me I am or ami to further inf.jrini.tion nnn-i. IMI-, lie wa, in. -MiKbl I boat'with in.., and 1 was very anxmus if should ever come ncloss, here. I am yon have sivcn and the honors they this war vou can hardly credil. would he a.ul cuetn I would like to see some rvhe s. -i if i !o see then, would- drop them a card. DELIGHTFUL brought the delightful close. The Women's' Auxiliary to missions of St John's Parish .Diamond City "VxVOU'LL be delighted with their full, )Y fresh flavor of .rue pcppernunt. Ev-ry is rolled m Pepper- mint, and cohered with an exqmsite. pear -grey candy coating, winch keeps the flavor in. Always ready-the Lt convenient, and the datnUest form of gum ever produced. package TO-DAY, on your way down town or coming home. MADE ia CANADA CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIM.TED TORONTO A F every Person with a Flower. The Terrill Floral Company CORNER STREET AND 4th AVENUE SOUTH. ins inv live happy months v. itn tie i ul" "e. lub -__ -vl the sewinb'- Mrs. Fairfield was a most hcspitable hostess yesterday afternoon at ler lovely home at the JjXI.. faS'ic' display ]oOf Alice Fairfield' assisted the hostess at i thu isa hour. Mothers Day on May lets are most times they are one has his wor waiting October left there ember COW TESTING IS ADVISABLE A bulletin issued by the dairy sec_ imitics for the man whose eyes are to what milk records liaic tc One herd of twelve grades av A bulletin isaucu nflprnop 10 657 pounds of milK, ami lion of the Dominion or fnt; the second herd ot If fatts ,r -j, d" is to move with slory. t I- np comparison between the work 01 an reserves." Fanner? report no serious damage The U.RA. helo- their' regular month Presentation to Coaldale Lady Coatnale, Alta., April Lad- ies' Aid hew their annual election on Wednesday afternoon, at the parson- age Officers elected for the follow- inc vear: President, Mrs. T. It. uim- ham first vice-president, -Mrs. A. Shell; second vice-president Mrs. W It. Pawson; secretary, Mrs. A. Sussett; treasurer, Mrs. Al red Haley. The retiring president, Mrs. H. Pawson, was presented -with a hand- some solid silver table spoon, suitab.s engraved. Dainty refreshments were served during tile social hour. Mrs f. B. I'asc of Minneapolis m a guest of-Mrs. Fred-Norton. ''Those attending the stock sales at CalEarv last week were John McD. Sa'ldson, E. .McD. Davidson Ueorge O KBIT, A. W. Maxwell, W. II. Paw- son U.S. Pawson, John Ii.- "'There was a dance given at the differ u. herds, six cows with an average of only pounds here is one ers. they are not al, cast same mould- be above two good herds, tllE use of milk records has prov. excellent lever in raising tilt the" :_.., fnrnicr !iaB tllC L-IUil Ol Si. production. Cow testing pays PAID TO .CANADA'S BRAVE DEAD Memorial .Held in'.St Pctsr's Church Attended by Premier As- quith 'ny -May deep tribute to Canada's Brave dead was paid in St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, yester- day, when a memorial service was held for Guy M. Drummond, captain of the 13th tia-ttation, Royal Highlanders ot Canada, and those of bis men who fell 'with him- near Ypres, Aprft M. The body, of the church was with Canadians now Here and sympathizers. Prime Minis er As- ouith attended personally and the Col- onial offices .were officially represented. in connection with the desire to commemorate the anniversary ot this connection it would be a love- 1 tihute to motherhood ,i a pci- sons upon a certain day, would vnai i white flower, preferably a carna- tion and thus make the recognition iuS'crsal. In two years the idea 'spread ovrr North America and other lands. The second (Sun- day in May was proposed as Moth "sncdal services an.l sermons will be held in the local cTiurchcs. TEN THOUSAND DAMAGE BY SEDGEWICK FIRE Sedgewick. Alta., April SO.-This town was visiied by a serious fire this morning, causing a damage which wi'.'l approximate The tire started in the kitchen of a Chinese restaurant two blocks of buildings, which and two ui Likes His Life as Chaplain with the Canadians Tbt Koidon formcih pastor of Knox who ,s ,.t e front with "n- hie, u tenor of a llttci recenth ifceivfd I N. ,s The letlei writtni on the lltn ofMarcli Mr Gotdon wab with was' that nftnc on nlui.li was printed the fo'lWing interesting mstniclions not mention ,om rank, hat totmn bintmlc or names of puces, expectoil operations niinhvl', ol t mops, casu.ilt f s prcM i to publitJlion of olhcmi lists ol 'make sl.ciru lefcituce to r contiilion of {loops. Uli stnclIV adhcies to these s in Ins letter "Hut htie. I am a" harm as if T ada A couple ol tnnei whtn all was quiet, 1 have neon to Thl trcnlhcs, but our O 0 docs not Wll'me how :nw male th ANYBODY EVERYBODY can play it Its fame extends from Coast to Coast. The Heintzman is "the different Player- Piano." it is -built, to last a lifetime. It satis- fies tlxp moat exacting musical critics. It will satisfy you. Have It Demonstrated SHOWROOMS: Eiohth Ave. West Calgary Will You Send mcYourSBest Recipes contributor. Just Write Out Your Three FaYorK Sedpee and Send Them toMeTo-DaF. SwilT them to me toJay. About This Lovdy Royal Aleiandra Casserole book new c.Ben.1. to' potcc" BKOrdinc lo thcUDpte ns of the contest you will M omJ this OTUisilc caj- addition a Handsome Random and in Gish Prizes Will be Awarded for the Best Sets of Recipes Received ows .J15.00 In Cash 6tb Prize......S 6.00 In Gush AND Hi PHIZES OF 52.00 EACH For the ot these orizei Ibc sen of recipes V.J" be rS-lron. the variety and cconony of materials, nutritive r.roperm-5, ease of pre- JriKr Remcmbtr SauSctcdpeTn.Oit litelyto win This Recipe Contest is Absolutely Free To All. tliat ttic rccipts inuai. (thpwciand prizes are srtme of your own fa- the obove liia prizes, that tnw ,T. The his: September 26lh amonz Itoso recipes now Ho noneilic Seienee ffiliffilifll m order to receive bjR ami have the Whether you nre lo t difter. or not. will not make en- c-nrf- 1 vc'ry Spa'of Be -aa ;