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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY I, Irtlf? I'll I ��.....t ' II .....- illK Ll > > > !'>'> ? : : : : Mfs. March, of is visiting in tho city for a I'lnv weidi.s. Word has been received in the city that Miss .Tanev'Parkinsoii. who took her nursing tralhing in I>etlibridg(! and afterwards voluntocTcd for servicp has safely arrived iii ICngland. * >^ Mrs. Dawson arrived in the city from Pctcrboro yestird.iy iiinrning and is tho guest ot hei- daiiKlilcr, Mrs. Dr. Taylor, with whom xlie is making an extended visit. ff 0 Mr. Terence Home aiilvod home this afternoon from 'I'dronto where ho has completed lUs first yoar course in tho Toronto UnlveTKity. o  � Mrs. Carl Lundgren. with her children, of Coour d'Aleiie. Idaho, is visiting liev parents, Mr. iuid Mik. II. Mat-son.  * Captain E. Fleldoii Xiviii. of Calgary, and Mrs. Nivin are the guests for" tho week end cil' Dr. tind Mrs. Leech. t * " Inspector Morrow. ii( llie customs office left for a short viriii to Calgary this afternoon.  I.  Little Doreen 'White. Die wonderful child vocalist who has delighted the patrons of Starlnnd for the past three weeks with her singing, leaves tonight tor Swift Current, where she is to fill an engagement at the Lyric Theatre. During her stay here Doreen has made a host ot friends .v.-iio will iool; forward to a return visit. m m m Mr. R. 'W. Long who was. recently transferred to' Mbflieine ]fnt is in Lethbridgo tor,a jriUoit lime. Rev. Hugh Dobson is the guest ot Dr. and Mrs. Rivers tor the week end and is leaving next wcnk to conliuuo his tour. * * a Mr^. P. A. Monr.i:i .;. .> .> � .: o : ' > : * * * o ? * 'o � o > > : > o Mm. J. r. lieilmond entertained a number of guest.s -Mi sevefnl tables of cards last ovening^yor'y keen interest was taken in Uie giVineB at the conclusion ot which �prizes ' were awarded/] .Jl'ho rp^t of this ;nost enjoyable evening wiig spent in music, daintyrefresh-ments being served by the hostess at its Conclusion. * � �  ^ .j .> .> ? CHURCHES AND'SOCIETIES ? > : > : : � : : : : > : : : The baby charts have beori taken away by Jlr. Dobson and as soon as th6 records are taken from them, which 'will be in a very short time, thoy will 'be returndd to Lcthhrldga and pach mother will receive her chart'.  * * The Art Needlework club will meet at tho iionio ot Mrs, J. A. Young, 322 Bth Ave. S., ou Monday afternoon. � � � Tho rogulnr monthly meeting ot tho Nursitig Mission Hoard.will not he held next Mondtiy as usual but on tho following Monday, itay 19. Tho annual meeting will take pliice following this. As this is a public meeting tho public should attend it so that any facts thoy 'Wish to know may bo explained to thom and any questions answxrcd. |Ec|wirf|to!riio twice The Little Mother's Demonstration class should come in for special mention. girls liandled the babies with tlie greatest skill imaginable and in a mosi motherly fashion showing their ability to attend to tlie tiny baby in a scientific way. Th(! girls who did tho demonstrating were Misses Margaret Vaselinak. Elsie Talbot, Marjorle iMiitait, Isnhel Dixon, Alice Radley. .fulia Cliumik, Margaret I'otsani and .leaiiie Chalmers. TUe girls v.erc? triiinod by tho nurses of tho Nursing Mission who havii certainly proven their abilii'y as teachers, and have to their eiedit one ot the most uniiifto and piiictical items of tho Ti'hole session. t' : : : > ; : : : : : ? : : : : WEDDINGS ? : : co �>�>*� AITKEN'-MATSON' A very pleasant event occurred at (ho residence of Mr. Hans .'\Iatson, !')20 12th St. C. North wlifen his daughter Elsie Mario was united in marriage with Air.' David Ailkon ot tliis fo pain, not a bit of soronosH, uithod when ap^ l)lylpg freezone, or afterwards, aiid it,doesn't even IrHtkte the skin. Hard corns, soft corns or corns between tho toes, nlso toughened calluses, just shrivel up and litt off so ensy. It is wondei'JuHv It works like a charm, Try .It!'- . � }: jthijuld kooptv f.reei?pne;:'Qi). ?r�.'arid never let 'a cforn .--Advortisomont. Made In Canada la lae Be^in Ihe day vilh 'Is Itself a'Food"^ A pure/ delicious drink ; should also be considered a valuable adjunct to a meal, as it contains a large amount of nutritive matter in an easily digested form. Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive ftoods' fTrade-mark on every package- Booklet of,I Choice Recipes Mnt FREE Final Wind-iip . ' of Hosiery Stock Tonight For three days we will offer what we have left In Hosiery, Cotton or Lisle, Single Pairs, 25c This ijj mad up mostly of Children's and Misses' sizes in black and brown. They will all be gone Saturday night>;' Get ycnirs. , SHERLOCK BLOijK" icOR. TI1IRD<(i*VE; A SEVErjTIH �T.,v ,, ;