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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1918 THE LEfHBfUDGK DAILY HERALD Opposite r SIMPSONSmim REORGANIZATION Off to a Good Start The beat yetv The bargains are genuine and the crowds apprec iate the Corsets and Waists sold the first The values are here so the selling is For and Womens Cloth Values up to Womens Tweed Values up to Womens Serge Values up to Womens White Voiie Blouses Values up to Girls Gingham Dresses i up to Womens Wool Panama Dresses For Values up to Cotton Wash Dress 18c For Values up to 45c Fine Colored Floral Cotton Voiles i For Regular 75c Values 49c Mens For Values up to Womens Tub Gingham Dresses Values up to Womens Cotton Ribbed 25c For Regular 40c Values Extra Quality English 25c For 45c Values An Assorted Lot of Ladies Collars For Values upto 75c lOc Fine Crepe de Chine Regular Values Black Taffetine Regular Values 15 per Off All Finest Suits 15 per All Our Stock of Coats 15 per Off All Silk and Serge Dresses 15 per Off All Girls and Kiddies Spring Coats 10 per Off Everything Not Specially Advertised Heavy Linen Cluny 15c Regular 25c and 30o Values Embroidery Edgings and 8c Regular and 15c Lines 1Q per Off All Silks and Wool Dress Goods 10 per Off Hosiery and 0 10 per Off Ginghams and Prints 10 per off Linens and Bedding COME SATURDAY AND DO YOUR SHOPPING YOU WILL SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU Dominion Block MILAD PERSONAL of is spending the week end In the city with Young at the Victoria Georgo McKlllop Jeff lent night for Calgary where It Is understood he will enter tho 78th Battery stationed of arrived In the city this afternoon to join her hus band and will visit here for some t V Home left today for Winni Miss McClure returned this after noon from attending the missionary meeting In w and McMillan and child ren and of Gran wore visitors In the city yester Schweitzer and Geig or went to Calgary night where they intend to William Johnston who has been III in the Gait hospital for a has now returned Haishaw is leaving for Saskatoon tonight to join her husband and Fawnnon have moved to their beautiful new home on 15tls the building of which has just been Among the numerous hoy who went to Calgary last night with intentions of enlisting there were Kane and Busby of this Miss Thelma Nobles of who takes part in tho program of the concert tonight at the Erij Is a guest of Miss Cambridge Hat Dally Davis also went to Calgary 1 last night for the purpose oE enlist 1 It wlH not be CQnsidcioti nn act of dis courtesy W they leavo n but ddroe and a Kioiur parlof Hit The committee of hc Cold and Sil ver Trinket Fund thank ii donor from the country for nn anony mous WEDDINGS ff ff SOCIAL EVENTS ff 9 0 O O The and whist drive held Wednesday evening was splendidly About 15 tables were in the ladies prizes being by 1st Scott and 2nd and the gentlemens prizes by 1st 2nd The consolation prizes were won by Dodd and The spe cial prizes for the hidden numbers were won by Davidson and Refreshments were serv ed after the cards and quite a num ber of people came in for the dancing which A financial statement be given Scott act ed as committee wish to thank the press for their kind assist ance during the Last prior to George McKillops departure for ho cadets presented him with ten dollar gold piece as a token of his popular ity with these Swanson entertained a few friends at her home on Tuesday evening in honor of of Whist was played and the prizes awarded to Rich and consolation being giv en io Miss Bennett and After dainty refreshments were serv the guests enjoyed musical tions rendered by Anderson and Summers who left last week for Hegina to join the was with a beautiful wrist watch and in gold by the staff of the aa a token of the esteem in which he is held f O 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES tf ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff An enthusiastic meeting was hold in the vestry of Knox church last night with the result that plans were made for the coming tennis Young was elected Miss Gladys vicepresident and Miss The courts are to be put in shape at once ready for and Joe Healey attended a maeting in Wesley Hall sometime dressed in their native Indian So great was the enthusiasm that at the conclusion of the those and child boys and gathered around and Healey and examined their clothes and naked them kinds of questions and detained them until Healey has promised to bo present on Monday night at the Grand Council Fire given in the Wesley hall on Monday evening The large congregation in Wesley church on Sunday evening Indicated the interest of the people on the jott of Since Sunday sever al requests have beep sent tjje POP or to deal with Infapt On Sunday evening ho subject will be The CftUd in Relation 0taiu aM iuolurtlue a full statement of Mr Iwttti the Baptism qf Child The MrmoH at tho Chvlstiun church tonight in one of vital interest all and any who desire to hear It and Uko in the at WALLACE WILUAMH In Knox at Sask oh April by Edgar of and Gladys Alberta ff GENERAL 4 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff tf ff After being in Russia with tho hos pital system which she where she ministered in ho Ktwsinn soldiers in the war thcatro for fully two not only on tlic eastern front but In Paiet ar from the In Vancouver accompanied by Sister Mac who also was through th campaign of the Russians against the Lady wan at Kfev just before the German army captur ed that and got out one day ahead of theVjentraiior of the Hun She is now on her way back o The big drive of the Calgary Chapters for Krench rellul work lias with the mini of as the A party of more than 100 American located in were in vited to tea at Windsor Castle by King George At the reception fejUH and luetn ex pressed appreciation of the excellent work the iljrraen worn doing in lie cause of Toronto a very interesting vis itor Misa Helen Uie famous English wonian who has paint ed the portrait of many notables and who lias transferred the beauty and charm of many of old gar dens lo ff ff ff V THE GRADUATE NURSE 4 4 4 4 4 4 The profession of graduate nurse presents opportunities open to few occupations or This is due to the wsr we to and the development and educa tion of our country and our In the old Hays nursing had but one which we still namely to attend tho nick and relieve their inentiil as well as Now the better object of prevention of disease has been and our nurses working fifty weeks out of the your on The old adage of An ounce of pre vention is worth a pound of cure is proving its truth every Social sarvico lias broadnned the nurses also our larga Tho opportunities for ambitious waduate aro For old limofl sake shall we take first just or private as is professionally call ed all havo adored the dignified whUo who pppd around rto deftly in our or whom we Viewed from a jiManco once when a neighbor was so Very Khc Jovfts her Her dignity is just he natural seifcfiufldenco that comes of knowing ttcr and she Kelps battle with death and Is oil tbe winning side her joy IH on tho other doath wins and she bas only achlovonient of easing each last there Is In Second The superintendent and supervising including teach crji of probatlfliers and the of cliiiralposftiohs in largo training we get not if an but of Much depends on the teacher of pro has It in her power to make excellent Probationers aro like children In many They have and many of them look upon their teachers as sup erhuman Now tho teacher of probationers can do not to do Ktroy these ideals too but to keep Ilium placing them on a finh foundation of practical reaching of to my is ono of tho most important The teacher really should be a super ior and If she la we shall have more superior and we want Public health nursing andschool nursing are very Vol umeH could be and have been written about and their main object is prevention of District nursing has another large field1 In this department nurses have tins care of the needy and do actual nursing in the which is a wonderful with many inter esting experiences Insurance big Immigration departments and manu factories want Social service workers with nurses training are This is not I have mentioned mili tary nurses but you have an I of our and will agree with me that we have Koine the training I hear some one we get Do you re inelubet The Too Much Trained Madame Deficit few Probably another to the training is its tendency to make poetesses out of so many of our The following was ten by one and she gave it the title of Disillusioned She was going to be a So she And fancy In her To smootU each brow shed And each pillow shed And to help the sick shed So she To a hospital she Bright and And there a she So they She made up countless She her shoes to But sne stroked no fevered So they She lost a pound a a pound And her hair was turning All She worked like any She cleaned the garbage She never she ran All roceries t Greatly Reduced Prices These days when the cost of living concerns us any method of lowering it should meet with the full approval of the To lower this cost as much an possible In Ltfthbridge we have opened TODAY in our FAMILY GROCERY a section to be operated on the SelfServing Cash and Carry Plan FOLLOWED BY THIS The most economical way to distribute goods to the consumer known the present The prices compete with any mail order We you to this section of our store with the assurance that you will SAVE FROM 10 TO 15 ON YOUR Walk around the Inspect the goods see how low the prices learn how easy and quickly you can serve All goods marked in plain YOU WILL SAY IT IS OUR GROCER IES ARE YOU CAN SAVE GROCERY MONEYtKIS J Herr ST0R5 YOU HAVE BEEN UQOKIN6 r This talc is I Say All too Where to find her any day Ill tell She is working with delight In a Bweatshop day and But she says the work seems Which Is The writer of fin ished her training and before you choose a training school of high The training is your and you want the best that is Dont pick out a small hospital because the training might be You want efficiency so do tho The training is not and It shouldnt It will fit you for a life among people and prepare you to shoulder lifes and think them In There is enough novelty about the whole three years training to keep up your Interest every day you day nearer Mid you want to or you wouldnt have started The three years fto and I dont think anyone greta having A nurseIn traininghas no she is a ordinary little She loams and no military training is more In time I hope a much of will W possible for every It could be given in a school or college and If it were a as is science for the engaged wo men would be saved many and be better fitted to cope with lifes Kingston Presbytery sustained st call by Chalmers to of Have You Tried The Bon Ton ICE CREAM WE MAKE IT OURSELVES ITS RICH AND Special for Tomorrow Cocoanut per 30c 420 Fifth 2 South of Orpheum I THE GERHARD HEINTZMKH Plays All Makes of the Phonograph Built by Piano Craftsmen From Piano NEW Founded upon a Half Centurys Musical Not for has there emerged from the music trade so striking or important an announcement as this of the Gerhard Heintzman This new Phonograplils tho heritage of the nationallytamed Ger hard Heintzman It retains the same It is worthy in every way to stand on the same For links the name onco more with finality ot achievement in producing the tonal values of It is just such a phonograph as you would expect this haltCMtnrjr old music house to It is just such a phonograph as every refined musicsense has Mirrors the Supreme Characteristics ot Canadas Greatest A Oiant Stride in Producing Phonograph Genius Plays all makes Needle or the musicians ami artists ut your Each cabinet beautiful as piano craftsman OM make GERHARD HEINTZMAN PLAYER PIANOS GERHARD HEINTZMAN PIANOS GERHARD HEINTZMAH PHONOGRAPHS JHERLCUJKMANNING PIANOS SHERLOCKMANNING PLAYER Show Rooms 414 5th Street South 1st Door North Orpheum Theatre ;