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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY Tllfc Should be In every use assures satisfaction in bak ing biscuits and YOUR GROCER SELLS IT Winnipeg Montreal TAINS NO PAGE spent aiMim wonkii In Kdmonton tills pnsied through Calgary early thin on route to the Mayor ot was a hiitilnniut visitorill the Strickland Gillian In Farm Behold tho frost Is on thu HOOII turns crust to got my honest And plant the strlnglcss Plant ICarly Iloao or Ieachblow Plant bush or climbing beets For all this early planting means Some grand autumnal eats Build ridges for MR Sow ttlrnipg under Tho toothsome spinach root for And seedless Go drill the spineless Ilubbard Trnllis the We must have some of those The allspice seed we bought last year May still hold germs of Although the fallsowed 1 Have perished in the The redbreasts on the orchard The bluebird on the Get at your early planting And raise a lot of grub Foster and In he city today fvom Jjong ixtoro leaving on Monday for tho imperial Valley whern will take uptheir new Hoy of in vislt im iVlowlH In tho He leaves on Monday for Toronto to fo into train ing with tho Royal Flying Miss of wcnkund with and irc o KNITTING Thoso who are making socks for the Red Cross kindly cut out and keep tlio directions given below Day bloodpoiaon Ing from wash yarn thoroughly In boiling and rinse in several before Cast oij loosely around the top of the of foot when i finished 11 Hfe of 4ply fingering Boiir needles Cast on 64 rib 2 2 Knit plain 8 inches 11 in i plain 32 stitches on to ono purl 32 knit those two rown always slipping the first 13 times 14 the inside of the heel towards purl 18 purl i knit fi Knit pull slipped stitch knit purl 7 ptirl 2 knit 8 slip knit piljl slipped stitch knit 1 purl purl 2 purl knit 10 slip knit pull slipped Htitch knit purl 11 purl 2 purl knit 12 slip knit slipped stitch knit 13 purl 2 purl knit 14 slip Unit pull slipped stitch knit purl 15 purl 2 purl knit 1C slip knit pull slipped stitch knit purl 17 purl 2 knit 17 slip knit liull slipped stitch Pick up and knit the 14 stitches down the side of the heel Knit the 32 stitches of the front needles on to one Pick up and knit 14 stitches on the other side of tho heel Divide the heel stltphcB on the two sido needles and knit right round centre First knit to within 3 stitches of the front end of side nee knit 2 knit Front Third knit slip knit pull slipped stitch knit plain to end of This reducing to be done every othdr row until there are C2 stitches on the needles front needle side needles 15 Knit plain until the foot from the backof tin heel measures t Kitchener 7 stitphes then slip knit pull over 7 slip pull slipped stitch Hepeat this round the 3 Then knit G rows then knit 5 slip knit pull slipped stitcli over and repeat round the three Then 4 plain then knit slip knit pull slipped stitch repeat round the 3 tliea 3 plain Then knit slip pull slipped stitch repeat to end of3 needles then 2 rows then knit slip knit pull slipped repeat to end pf 3 then 1 plain Then 1 row decreasing twice on the front needles and once on each of tho back This will leave about 8 stitches on front needle and 4 on each of bapk Slip itfe back stitches on to Break off leaving about 12 a darning i needle or put it through the i first stitch on front needle as purling but do not take the stitch I Then put the darning needle bodkin through tho first stitch oii I the back needle as if for knitting and do not take Then through the firststitch on thefront needle again knitting and the second stitch on front needle purling and do not take Through the first stitch on back purling and from X till all the stitches are worked stitch must bo gone through Slip off whqn knitt ing on front Slip joff when purling on back In finishing off end of yarn run yarn once down the toe so as not to make a or lump GOOD ROADS May the Good Roads Cdnvention yestxrday was elected pre sident secretary treasurer of Winnipeg Is bu the ofdip The next convention will be hold in Quebec CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Executive Major Jack Ross will hold a very im portant meeting at the home of the Tuesday 4 oclock Owing to the inability of the Bishop of Calgary to bo present at Marys Church on the confirmation announced for that day has been The teacher of the Prothean Class will be with her class on and would be pleased to have all members as well as any others Interested in the class Important matters will be discussed The Daughters and Maids of Eng land are holding a social evening on Monday the at the home of cl4 6thStreet in honor of who is leaving the city in a few to reside All members to w The will hold their regular meeting Monday evening at 8 oclock at the The regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 4ill Be held in the next May at 3 The question of evening meetings will be Members who prefer evening instead afternoon ings are urgently requested to at A larger attendance at the re gular meetings so every member willf know the busi ness of ihe and cooper ate more fully to make the work ol the chapter a An average of 37 members has been tho for some time The membership is over and the attendance in comparison is very Make an effort to attend tills meeting next Veterans Dependents WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE WEST TO SOLICIT SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE WESTERN VETERAN A WEEKLY MAGAZINE PUBLISHED IN ACTIVE CANVASSERS CAN MAKE BIG MONEY WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND SUBSCRIPTION TO WESTERN VETERAN PUBLISHING EDMONTON POPULAR LECTURE NEW ZEALAND THE LAND OF MY BIRTH SLIDES By EVANGELIST FAGAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH MAY 13th SOCIAL EVENTS principal of Richmond Academies in thn at was nn Uncle of Mi P formerly SiHiiHtoad of Que lie i GENERAL Miss Slacy li former ly Superintendent it Xursing has enlisttd AH a Red VrnSsnurso for sorvii it hoilie or aiioiied niiir Los sorvii ibroad and is now Camp Kearney llospiiM i city from to thn sponding a few days Mrs McNicoL is with her Miss Olive National irls Work secretary of thn Since the beginning of the war and the or perhaps one should the revival of it has been a customary to see women busily plying their needles at con in Ktreut curs and at afternoon Hut Ralph of Vic is the lirsl woman to knit while taking part in tliu deliberations of a legislative Kor this reason the socks which she has just com pleted hear perhaps thu unique dis tinction of lieins the first pair made on the floor of any parliament in the British and doubtless with ti not to wearing but preserving them us an object of his toric valtw lo future a man has offered Ralph Smith the sum of for the said socks made in the hallowed precincts of the legislative assembly of British O Bridge and 500 were populai games last night when a num her of people assembled in the O Hall to attend the card party and dance given by the newly organized Girls The was taste fully decorated for the occasion with patriotic devices and whilei the games were in Long rendered several delightful selections on the The prizes for bridge wero won by Mias Bawdpn the winners in 500 resulting in a draw between Miss Law and Uort Ui 9 latter drawing tan whining while Floetwood carried jff the gentlemans Tjiese were presented by The dancing which followed the refresh ments was thoroughly a great many coming in for part of the the music being supplied by Dinning ami Misses Simpson and The Girls Auxiliary wish to thank Marrs for a donation of chairs to the A statement of the proceeds will be given A most pleasing program of danc ing was given yesterday iii the gymnasium by Miss 4t trees these being ulpslng exercises of the The1 pupils in their dancing dressed in dainty colors did some very splendid class not only Jn dancing but alsrfjn phy sical Quite a of dances very rendered JDoali Thqso yho joolapart inf hoW lattor wore Misses DoYts Margaret Thclma Adair Gweu Bow Ivy JeSjii Lorna aicUullum urn Helen of J19 waa taken which will go to the Social Council of Women iu tion with thfl CUIldfs well made cup of COCOA is a part of a i i It is is prac tically all the protein matter being appropriated by the teni almost to its full and its use saves other more expensive and Wasteful Trademark on every Book of Choice Recipes sent WALTER BAKER Limited Established 1780 DORCHESTER MONTREAL CANADA KNOX CHURCH 14th May 1918 Lilliati DjUinghamj v V 1 INGLAND YORKSHIRE1 SOPRANO WARSTORiES FOUR TIMES IN FRANCE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE CONCERTS AT THE FRONT Admission 5Qc ll Sat Night 99 From to Only No No No oV BIG BARGAINS TO ENSURE BIG ALL WOOL SHEPHERD CHECK 44 inches Regular Saturday night special DAI DULId Inches A nplondld school dress Regular Saturday night yard GOLDCLOTH In pink clearing at This is our regular makes up splendidly for or is suitable for a trim Saturday night and CASHMERE HOSE 5 dozen Regular Saturday special PURE WHITE VOILES 3G inches wide in fancy silk Regular to Saturday night special r FRENCH KID GLOVES 30 pairs In small G and Regular Saturday night special GREY SUEDE GLOVES 3 dozen well assorted Regular Saturday night special 3 DOZEN CHILDRENS SOX Assorted Sizes 4 to Saturday special THREE SPECIALS FROM OUR CROCKERY CLOVER LEAF CURS AND Regular QO Saturday night 1 BROWN BETTY Regular Saturday ELECTRIC READING with globe comO i Saturday night 15 ONLYTAPESTRY RUGS Size Regular to Saturday night special A LIMITED QUANTITY OF DAINTY LACE CURTAINS In white and 2V4 yards Special Saturday pair CRETONNE COVERED CUSHIONS Sizes 10x17 and AH one Saturday night special A SPLENDID LINE OF MUSLIN NIGHT GOWNS With pretty of embroidery and Extra strong 1 Special Saturday night J WHITE UNDERSKIRTS With a flounce of 1 Special Saturday night J The material alone of the two above Hnes is worth more than the money asked for the CHILDS PRINT DRESSES In sizes from 4 to14 Special Saturday 70 HOUSE DRESSES Tn prints and These materials are advancing rapidly in This 1s your last chance to secure a house dress at this Worth up to JO Special Saturday IcffcO MENS WHITE COTTON NIGHT SHIRTS With collars Sizes 14 to Regular Saturday night only 15 MENS STOUT WORK SHIRTS Made of good strong brown Regular Saturday night only A DANDY RANGE OF BOYS SUMMER CAPS In a wide assortment of Sizes 0 to Regular Saturday night only MISSES AND CHILDRENS STRAP SLIPPERS In patent and kid The well known Mary Jane Sizes S to Special Saturday night CHILDRENS SANDALS Made of extra good substantial leather and with sewn tec Sixes 4 to Sizes 8 to Sizes 11 to 2 MENS STOUT WORK SHOES Made of heavy Urus Reinforced counters sewn soles and Sizes U to Saturday night MENS SEM1DRESS BOOTS With lung or short Made of Kid and gun metal All sizes from 5 to g Saturday night special VISIT THE GROCERY FOR THESE ami Godfrey Phillips English Mixture All oneeighth pound Regular Saturday night L Dozen A SUNDAY TREAT 150 of Maple and Regular r Saturday night Your Last More o fhis ;