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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 11. 1i)1R THE l..r/i-^^^HT(VLili. - WAILY liKHAL!) PAGE FIFTEEN. spent RO'iiK! weiikH In Kdmoiiton lliiri spriiiK. pi'ieiK'id throiigli (;iilgiiry (nii'ly lliiH wciik (Ml routn to tlics (nist. � # Mayo;- I). iM. I.eyJon. of (iraiium, ivn.'f 11 Inii.iiHjsH vlHilor ill; llm city, ycHtcrday. ' . � �  Mrn. A. I,. ;. .J : EARLY PLANTING. (Stricklnnd Glllluii in Farm J.ifi;.) BeliriUl till! frost Is on lliu wane, .S(jom lurns the itusI, to iiuiil. I Del. (lilt, K''t out, my IiohomL awiiln, .\.iul iiiiinl tlic! strhiKloas Kpiid. i I'huU lOiU-ly Uoid (11- rcuchblinv Ijcans, J-*lant Imali or cli'inljiiiR bncln; For all this (uirly planliiiK iiKNiiii* Sumi'. grand nntuninul c:\Vi'. Hulid ridges tor Mm (.abliagii. vine. Sow turnips under glass,' i Tlio toothsome! .�pinaeli root for mine, And seodless applosaBs. Go , drill the ppincjio.ss llnhlnird .S(itia3h, Hui. out .tamalo trei.'s, Tr(>ll;u the radinhus, li'goKli- W'u must have isoinu of thcuc i The allspico seed wo bought last ' year I May still hold germs of lite, ' Although the l'all-sow(!d prunes, 1 tear, JIuva perished in the strife. 'J'lio. redbreast's on the oroliard bough, The bluebird on the shrub. Get at your early jilanting now, And raise a lot of grub! : PERSONAL c- :�>?>� o �> o : : MisK ,.\I(;Geo and .Mi of .\'obl(iford. iire isw � week-end with .Mrs. .1, !', * * � I'rof. A. A\'. liann;,,;. lU'iiielpMl of RlchiMonil ;ii Academies In the I'm,, bee, .died at Los An.' was an ilnele of Mi clKinan. :. ;. � .> ..lukintosh r.)!' tlic .Miin.iy, foiiiierly il Slaiislcad ' � of Qiui-. iiil. lie .\. ]'!u- J'"iisti!r and (luughlcr I .�........... In the cily lo-rluy fioni ('.hir('slui!ai, vlsllliig, .Mrs. II. G. J-ong iii'tori! leaving on .Monday for llie liiilierkil Valley Gallfornia, wlH.'re :iie; will take up their iKiW ri.'siidence. t. t  Hoy .Soby, of (.'laresholni. is visit-ini; friiMids In the cliy. lie leaves on .M'.'tiday for Toronto to go into train-in;; with the lloyal l''lying Corp.-i. Sat. Night .> (, .;. .> c O � O O O ? : : ? : ? : ? ? : : ? ? f c .� : Mcei,-Knit plain 32 stitclies on to one needle, turn, purl liaek these ;r> elitcho.s. turn, knit |iI:Vn, repeat thcgo two rows (always slipping the first stitch), i:'. times (11 in all.) \Vith the inside of the heel towards you, purl IH .stitches, purl 2 togothor, imi'I 1. , �., .-.'-T .. .Turn, knit 0 stitchos. slip i, Itiiit 1, pull slipped stitch over, knit 3, turn, purl 7 stitches, piirl 2 together, purll, T'urn, knit 8 stitches, slip 1, knit 1, PUU slipped stitcli over, knit 1 turn, purl il stitches, purl 2 togothor, purl 1. Turn, knit 10 stitches, slip 1, knit 1, pull slippod stitch over, knit 1, turn, purl 11 stitches, purl 2 together, purl 1. " Turn, knit 12 stitclies, slip 1, knit 1, pull slipped stitch over, knit 1, turn, purl }[', stitches, purl 2 together, purl 1. ' Turn, knit 14 stitches, slip 1, knit 1, pull slipped stitch over, knit 1, turn, purl 1,"> 'stitches, purl 2 together, purl' , 1. . Turn, knit IC stitches, slip 1, knit 1, pull alippcd stitch over, knit 1, turn, purl 17 stltchos, purl 2 together. Turn, knit 17 stltclios, slip 1, knit 1, pull slipped stitch over. ^PJck up and knit tho 11 stitches �Jov^n tho side ot the heel piece. Knit tho 32 stitclies of tho front needles ou to one noedle. Pick up and knit tho 14 stltchos on tho other sldo o( tho heel piece. Divide tho heel fitltphea on t^; the two sldo needles and knit right round .again to the centre heel, PJrst noedle, knit to within 3 stitches ot tho front end ot sido needle, knit 2 togathor, knit 1. Front noodlo, plain. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : : : : : : : ? : ? : > Third needle, knit 1, slip 1, knit 1, pull slipped stilcli over,'knit plain to (uid of uecdlc. This reducing to ho done every othdr row until there are 02 stitcher, on tho needles (front noedlo 32, side needles l.'i eacli). Knit plain until tlio toot from the baclc�ot the heel measures !( inches. ICltclioiier Toe.-Knit 7 stitches then slip 1, knit 1, pull .slipped.stitcli over knit 7 stitches, slip 1, knit. 1, pull sli))ped .stitch over. Uepout this r(nihd tlio :! ncedli\s. Then knit (i rows plain, tlieii knit i} stitches, slip 1, knit 1, pull slipped stitch over and repeat round tho (lireu needles. Then 4 plain rows, tlion knit 3, slip 1, knit l,|has been postponed, pull slipped stitcU over, repeat round The Kxecutive Major .lack Ross Chapter, l.O.n.lO., will hold a very ini portant meeting at tliu home ot tho Regent, .Mrs. Conybearo, Tuesday afternoon, 4 o'clock sharp.   � Owing to the inability of tliu Hishop of Calgary to be present at St, Jlary's Church on Sunday, the confirmation announced for that day .Ml.ss 'Mary L. CuiiniM(':i:.;n, rormiu'-ly Kuporintondent i/f t.r Xursing .Mlntiion liore, has enli.i. ,1 as a. Red Cross'liurse for servii c :i: bimie or abroad and is now -Miimied at Camp Kearney llospii.i. m-.w Los Alleles, California. Hon. A. ,T. McLean i city from .Lethhridgc lOdiiiontoiI" Unlletiii. Mrs. T. fl.. .Martin, .spending a tew days Mrs. ,1. W. MciN'icol -Miss Olive Ziegbjr. Work secretary ot th' urrnd to the ill! 'i'ui'jilay.- 'f .',i;iiieod. is . lier si.'ter, .K;i:i:mal Girls' 1 .W'.c.A., who : GENERAL > O .;. .;. .;. .;. : ' " By'EVMELISTFAGAN-^ ' CHRISTIAN CHURCH MONDAY, MAY 13tK ? The regular �monthly meeting ot tho ,Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.u;. \|ill fie held in tJio Y.M.C.A, next Thursday, May Gth, at 3 p.m. Tho question ot evening meetings will lie discussed. Members who prelior evening instead of attornoon meet-, ings are urgently requestnd to at-^ tend, A larger attendance at the regular meetings Is necessary, so th,at every member will' know the business of tho chapter, and .to co-oper-ato more fully to make the work of the chapter a success. An average ot 37 members has been tho .attendance tor some time past. The menibershit) la over 300, and the attendance In comparison is very small. .Mako an effort to attend tills meeting next Thursday,  � * c. .;. .> .;. fl. � .^ .> .;.'�''' ' .J. : SOCIAL EVENTS > .;. , � Bridge and "uOO" were , popular games last night when a great num-jier ot people assembled In the S, O. IC, Hall to attend the card party and dance given by the newly organized Girls' Auxiliary, The hall: was tastefully decorated lor tho occasion with patriotic devices and whilb tlio games wore In progress, -Mrs. R,". W. Long rendered several delightful' selections on tho piano. Tlio prizes.for bridge were won by Miss Bawdpn and, Mr, J. N, Ritchie, the winnqiis in "500" resulting iu a draw botwiaen Miss Hrodle, Mrs. ,1, Law and Mrs. Uort-rund, tht)' latter drawing the winning cut, while .Mr, Fleetwood-carried pft tho geutloradn's prize, Tjiese. were presented by Supt,' Pennefathor, The dan(;ing which followed the vofresU-nients was thori'ui'ghly eiijoyed, a great many coming in for' that.part of. the program, the music being supplied by Mrs. Long, Mrs. Clienijy, Mrs. Dinning and Misses A, }3awden, Trenholine, O, Hilling, R. Armstrong. M. Simpson and H, Slmpsou. Tho Girls' Auxiliary wish to thimk Dr. W. H, Marrs tor a donation ot chairs to tho club, lA statement ot the proceeds win be given later. A most pleasing program of diuic-ing was given yesterday, iii tho Y. M. C;; A,, gymnasium hy Miss A,t-treo's pupils, Ihoao being ;tlie, closing exercises of tlio class. Tlie^-'pupilS In their dancing drossos in dainty colors did some very splendid class work, not only In dancing but (�lso',ln pjiy-slcal exuroisos. Quite a rnumi^oi'jiy of solo, dancgs, w.oro very !-?pa;.(MVe)&tly rendorfltj j.nnti w.e'i'?'.,Woa\;ii id�a^ng. Thti'So -sylio ;^oolo,piirt vinHlio!'' la'Uor were -Misses' Ilild'a^YJ ChUf�;U|J^.Ufti'la Smitli, Margaret Gibbons, Thfelma Nohlos, Adttir .Simpson, Gweu How-man, Ivy ; Aijnma, Joft^n .l�ryn)nof, Lorua .Simpson, BoU McOuUuiu itiVi Helen Maynurd. Tl�� itim - of $11) was taken In, which will go to tho Social Council ot .W.oxnon- in-uoiinoe-jtron w'ltli' tuo'- CUildfa Welfrrbl'.mo'vo-mont. It is delicious, is practically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the sys-  tern almost to its full extent, and its use saves other more expensioe and Wasteful foods. \ Trade-mark on every package. Book of Choice I^ecipes sent FRE,E Walter Baker & Co. Umited Establistied 1780 DORCHESTER MA.SS. MONTREAL , CAN. KNOX CHURGH Tues.,. 14th May 1918 am From 7.'00 to 9.30 Only No Approvals. No Phone. No C.O.D. o^nj These. BIG BARGAINS TO ENSURE BIG BUSINESS. ALL WOOL SHEPHERD CHECK 14 inches wide. Regular .$1.50. Saturday night special .......... 1.19 2 BOLTS SHEPHERD, CHECK W inches wide. A splendid school dress line. Regular 45c, OO-Saturday.night spiii'ial, yard.............................. JOC GOLDCLOTH In pink only, clearing at ?].lii. This is our regular ii.'n. and makes up splendidly for collars, or Is suilahle for a trim- -I -IQ ming, Saturday night special.................... ....... CASHMERE HOSE 5 dozen only. Regular 75('. Saturday night special ..... 59c 5i?''^^(iONDON,.^NiGLAND .,j . THE^BRlCtlANT Yo'rKSHIRE SOPRANO ' - 'I-1 Hj.........-.:.�:::::'':�:��;���/ IoNGS, iliiilTATI0|-i�iiA; style. Sizes 8 to 2, Special Saturday night ..............MiiiLtf:' CHILDREN'S SANDALS ^ Made ot extrii good substantial leather and with sewii' %ble8. Sizes 4 to 71/2.   .......................    ........'�11.25': Sizes 8 to 1014...........................................,:.,�1'.56. Sizes 11 to 2.............................................. �1.65 . MEN'S STOUT WORK SHOES Made of heavy "Urus" calf. Reliitorced counters ,arid j sewn solos and bello,WB tongue. Sizes � to 11. 1 C AA Saturday night special...............................9�vy l-'T MEN'S SEMIDRESS BOOTS With long or short vamps. Made o( Dongolai Kid � and gun-metal calf. All sizes Iroiu 5% to 10. j , Saturday night special.........................;'v. 5.00 VISIT THE GROCERY DEPT, FOR THESE "13. V. b.'' ahd- "Godfrey .'Phlliips" English Mixture Tobacco. All one-eighth pound tins. Regular 35c. OQ� Saturday,night .......1........................ LVC Fiisip JUICY OR^NC^E^A"!::- ; .  OAf Dozen' .......\'........;____.................. iSfIC A iSUNfiAY TREAT I 150 lbs. ot Maple Pudg*, Pi^aliut ami Walnut. Regular 40c. Saturday night ......................................... � � ,; 'Your Last Gbance^-No. More of .This Heine'Made. 29c % 093799?81117 651329005340237865?275?72471?473?61650?554???64967?3683843 ?1715024???8863?1?12651966?8510?53???3907259378580318?5773 ;