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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \YKnN'KSI'>AY..MAV if), ini!^ THE LKTrmniiyOE daily ni;i'.ALD page NlNb- i K [ILAI )I , -____-i-- o o lil PEaaoNAL :� Miss UladyH lUctu of'^Ioilkitiu! IliU is Ki)i c. 4' > * *  * *> .;. ? ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mr. iiiul Mrs. N. W. Huff liiivu niov-" 111 1(1 lliolr uuw fosUlcncc on 411! 12t.li St. south. �  * .Messrs. Allan anil Hnow wore visitors In tlio iMty yusti-rday frotn llay-niDiid. t - * . D. nnncdii'l and Mr. Wilson arrived in tlie city from ('algary today, for tlie (impose of attending tlic road demnnstralioii given liere. Air. Benedict is the inanagcr of the Advance Runiley Company. oaf Air. and Airs. O. S. rodgor and daughters Muriel and Dorothy, form- gnret Lawstlevka of l.etlilirldge Were milled In niarriiige al me home of the officiating inlnislor, Rev.. (Jliver I>. Curtis, (112 7th ,S(. south, Mr. and .Mrs. Viowchurnlt will make their fiit-are home In (Joninierce. . . GniClSIiY--P'M.VN At the United church parsnnagi! on .May l.'ith, MIss'Kdith I'Mlnii and Mr. Harry .(eiinlngs Origsliy both of hetli lirldge \v(M'e united in Uov. 10. .1, Ilodgtns. You flglil, and flRbt, and iii;lir :i(;iiin.i And we fight with yon. ^ { though Ours is a paltry little sIidv. , We're elderly civilians, Mini Wotnen and children, hut ^laiul As firm a.s rocks to help yn-.i win. We welcoinu (Jothas with -.i v.v\n. So tea'.' All right. No sul-,.!! .' Cucjd. No meat? A klpi^fer's he;iitiii,.,. (,Hn[. No coal'.' .\'o Uncoil? ImtH') .' bPcr? - ...... , No Christmas cheer? marriage by ; All right, all right! The I.;: u-.. .nit i The sooner you'll ina'rcli ili,,vii Din-street! !n (Jod's name ivhut arc ci-v;.- .iiid tea Compared with final victm \ ; .;. .;. :. .:� .j, 'i"he Nexlof-Kin will nipet for sew-iii,; at the Red Cross roonia tonight al 7.;iu, , ' ih M  The annual district moetJnff of the Luthlirldge district Is boliiB held in WoMlijy church Indny. It commenced al four o'clock this afternoon and will continue all day tomorrow. This evening at S o'clock I lie meeting is open to till: public, and will bo addressed by hisiiector Morrow. �  � The regular prayer meeting ^f the Chiistiaii church for Wednesday will ho postponed on account of the meeting at Wesley church. . ^ V � , � � � The Glrla Auxiliary wish ;lo thank the following for their asslHtanco in the recent card party iiehVby.lhe girls: The Herald, The Telegritni,' the niov-iiig picture houses, Supt. Pennofather, r; a. Smith. Mr. TerrllL, those who provided music lor the diijiolng and also Mrs. Katie Phalnii whir ^ave her services to help the war work, of the girls. .......  V -Jf The "Wlllard " W. C. T. V. are holding a social at the home of'Airs'. P. Crane. G27 r,th St. N.. on Thursday evening at elglit o'clock. All rnonibors and friends am cordially invited. , A. great, crowd gathercil lnsi iukUi to hear the jiopuUir Mii's I.illi.iii Ihll-ingham wlio gave n most dr'i",liniil eu-terttiintnent In Knox cliiirc ii, li. a niosi cluirniiiig mtniner site !;av.- ;, !:ill( on [.\w. elitcrlainmont.s given iip' Ijuvm ;ii till! front; Aliss DilUuglnun liu.ini', Uiv-merly been engaged in Mhis worli ? > ? > i. : WEDDINGS' ' � : ? : ? : ? > ? : ? -: ? : : : : : * : The eleventh annual compelllior, festival of the Alheria AInsical Association will lie held In Calgary on May 22. 2:! and LM. this being the flr.sl llnic that that city lias held this festival which lias become siicb an Important movement in Alberta. Those wiio , ji',,,,.',', licr songs and rci;i :ii i,]i,s i,ml; hnrl tlie pleasures of attending its ses- n,,, |,ous.-; by storm. Kmix . hnir \^\m\ sloiis in tills (dty two yeArs ago will |.f,|,,,y,.(,,i ;,(.f(V,.tions.-remember its Immense success liere.', "  'i'lieri' will he competitions this year | i.jvery woman in Alil"- Ciiy inid between choral soclelli.-s. church {gstei-'.Coniity, Alailtami, \vi:i be re-clioirs large, intermediate and small, j ,m,,,,,,,|' (, givo nt leasl !i,iir.- a male and female choruses, viical ipiar- ^^i^p.]. k, the Rod Cross w allied tetles (silver medal.s), ladie.s Irio.-; ,.y,.|{� u,)pHs a valid ex.ii,,- r.m he (silvei- medals), vocal duets (silver' rurnished. The local Inan, li ,ii iIk; mudalsy. vocal solos (gold medals), |n,.,i woniinra Cuniicii m ii,.ie,ice hoy and girl solos, piano solos, violin , 1,^;, mken the matter- up. Kiel i- ma-solos, violoncello, sigiil singing,' ear-j uiring iilans for ' carryiiu-, uni the test (silver medal), piano sight play-; ,,|an. Failure on the part m' any \vo-inn; and accompanying, public school nm,, to \^cy part will reiil- iu iier choruses, add gold medalist coiniietl-; i,pi,g iiaiied before fHi' iniiii. il. lions tor the various cuiis. Last i with the object of sliippiiiK abroail year Lotiihridge was very siiccessful ,,acli day a' ton of drieil milk. Uie In tlie compet-itlon held In I'-dmon-1 ptmivaient of 8,400 qnari.; o; li(iuld ton and this ,.vear. there are many ep-j ,,iiij, to �relieve sufteriiiK .�nr^ed by tries from the (dty.. - : scarcity of the product in I'lance, a The Letlibridge provincial corarail-! gr,,,,,, 'of Ajuerlcan svcuneu in Xew tee is (omposeil of Alessrs. ' ("landfc j Yoi-k have started; a cnuutry wide Mugluis. K. V. Layton and R. T. Brym-uer. while the Leiiibridge local brandi of the-provincial executive is composed of M.-. Claude Hughes (chairman) and Ceo. L. Taylor, secretary-treasurer. WHAT ARE EGGS AND TEA COMPARED TO FINAL VICTORY? Oil behalf of the ISrltish people, AJr. Louis X. Parker, the eminent dr.a-niatlst, lia^ addressed tlie following incssage to the troops at the fro it: We know how much must still be done Kre you'll have finished with the Hun: We watch you, wonder at you, wherf", Moi'oes on land, on sea. In air. Laughing at death and scorning pain, who my gallant may be campaign for funds in ilu uaiue, of the committee for free niiik for I'r.'ince. .Miss .Toaephine cishoriie is chtiirinan of the coiumUlee. : > * 1 c- c * : > o : ; ? THE CRICKET ^. ,;. .; .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. Dolroit, Alirh , .\pril 21). Dear Uory Ann. You didn't hear from me hist week because, wcill. because I had an en-gagon.ent of long Btandiiig wiUi a burly old fellow who'never lort^ets me when lie comes-to Delroii. 1 laii see yon with puckered hose, wmiileriiig Wit a I t Special Sale of Ladies' Waists Special Sale of Ladies'Cloth Keeping Prices at the Lowest Level at Ryknds We believe it is the duty of a business institutron to protect its patrons in a period of inflation by exerting the most extraordinary efforts to maintain its customary level of prices. A store is great rjot only .nor chiefly by the volumebf business it does, but rather by the helpful,character of its service at^U tim^s, in peace or war, in fair weather or foul. It is because this store is not being conducted for profit alone, that we are employing our facilities and long merchandising experience to make this store a stabilizing influence in these days of rising prices. Ladies'Cloth Suits The latest styles and the season's newest materials all combine to in'aka these ladles' cloth suits tlio most attractive garments wo have ever shown. Combined with these fiualitles the prices wo offer for the balance of the week make, them doubly attractive. $35.00 Cloth .Suits At ......... ?;;!.0.00 Cloth Suits . At ............... $48.00 Cloth Sibils At ............... ?50.00 Cloth Suits Al ..............,, $55.00 Cloth Suits , Kor ............... $.57.50 cmth Suits l^or ............... $60.00 Cloth Stilts For .......i.; $75.00 Cloth Suits I'''or ,,..........,, ,j 27.00 29.00 38.00 39.00 43.00 45.00 49.00 63.00 WAIST SPECIAL We give you unrestricted, choice of our entire stock of crepe ^ do chine and georgette crope waists, in full range of colors at a special reduction for the week end. Those lirices tell the story. $(>.00 WaiatB 'for ........ $7.00 AValsts f^r............... $7.50 AValsts' for ............... $8.00 Waists for .",............. $8.50 Waists for ........,...... $8.75 Waists for ............ $ only, si-/(! !lxlO',i. �* a Qr Itegiihir $18,75. Special 4 only, si-,!0 0x12. /� Q|-Regular $10.75. Special iO*%73 2 only, si-ie iPxl2. oq ta Regular $2S.75. .'Special CiOtOU 9.95 THURSDAY THRIFT | IN THE FOOTWEAR DEPT. I Ladies' While Canvas Iloois with S incli lii|i. Has imitation toe-caii Willi kid facing up the front and across thi' toe. .\. Cuban heel made of leather. .Inst 'the boot' for the warm weather. We have ail sizes In stock from 2'^. to 7. SPECIAL THURSDAY PRICE YOU MEN! Are yuii looking for a Eood WORK SHIRT. We are placing nn sale tiiinorrow 5-dozen Work Sliii-ts made of a splentlid wi'lr.ht striped drill. We have all sizes in stock from lAVi to 17. The regular price is $1.25. For Thursday only - 89c A Sale of New Springtime Frocks That Link!! Opportunity and, Economy in One, Taffeta Silk Dresses at $ 1 3-98 There are only ill oV. those Siiringtinie frocks and eacli one different and individual, iivery desirable and fashionable cwVor iiyiuding the new striped effects and all of them In the vtiry lalest models. The regular value is $25.00. $fl.50 Waists for .......... $9.75 Waists for ...... llOlO'O''Waists for 2.00 HAND BAG Novelty strap hand hag, in inediUm sine. Alado of grey leather, t^lth double clasp. Lined throughout and complete with q 7C mirror. At .,,____.......................................'.. �'�' HANDBAG strap bundle hand bags in nssorled colors lo match the popular Shii^li^ of the spring suits. Mirror and change,purse. Well n PA finished. At............................................ O.DU ^lAND PURSE A long narrow .shape in a neat black leather luind purse. Heavy nickel plated frame; Complete wl^h-'tlckot compartment, mirror * Qr and change purse. At............;,.,,.,........ .....,, O NIGHT DRESSES . Fifty only, White Cambric Night DresHOs iivi.'i;Oijif quality of malorlal. Well made and trimmed with cmbroiaery edging, aa Slip over style. Regular $1.2n-$L50, for ........^OC COTTON HOSE Ladies' black cotton hoso, Piill fashioned and full range of sizes. A good stocking tor suninior wear. Week End Special ................................ 19c Our Specialty Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear 4t CO. The Busy Cash Store'* T CoatSj Suits - and ; Dresses '�!"  .iv|'>'/'' '� i-' � �� � m really started out to say was. that 1 have had the grippe ann it is al! over, but;.please don't forget to send the symiiathy along. 1 am still iiuite i-.hildifSli in wanting my iilum after the nasty dose. In my last letter, do you renieiiiber. I told about seeing capetv. in only one shop ill Detroit, and 1 predicted it would bo long before the big departmental stores would show tliotn. Wiiat a rotten prophet 1 am, for they .have bei-oiuo nniveraal and one can buy one anywhere. AVhjle I have rei-liiied in my lioiidoir they have been whisking around corners, flirting oiil . In overy breeze on the avenue, and traiisforniiug tailored looking mai.dens into romantic, daaliiug cavaliery creatures, that make you gasp with admiration. Capes of every type are now high In favor, the dolman, the swinging military waist coat cape of serge, the liberty caiie wilii fringed scarf, the graceful side draped cape or tlie oiabonitely embroidered siilin cape coat. Instead of the old tinie patch to enhance my lady's rose leaf Coni-plexion, she now wears a much spotted black chenille veil. The nMjsli :s flue but the chenille dots are of geh-eroiis proilortious. Unlike some of the fads these veils are really becoming and make many nn Indifferent skin take on quite a Jlay niortiing tint. Speaking of. (-oiiipiexioiis. at a Rod Cross meeting the other day. 1 picked up a complexion beauty hint. 1 had really almost forgotten there were such Ihings as lotions but what woman wouldn't have prk-ked her ears at this. "Ves, I don't think there Is a more wondHrful llilng for the skin than glycerine and rose water. 1 had always thought of glycerine fur the lifinds but If diluted w-ith rose water wliy wouldn't it bo good for the face'^ 1 glanced at my nelghbnr, who had spoken, and (liere and then decided It glycerine had done that, 1 slioulil certainly Iry it. Wliat an old instinct in women tliis is. In nulmriud Pompeii stand tlio little lotion pots thousands of years old in which rosy fingers dipped and massaged with the old desire to be supremely boantifni. Thank you gay little boxes from the iiast Uiat make me realize deeiily how truly these past dear dead ladles are my true sisters. 1 have Just finished a charming little book called "The tJarden of Hesur-rection" by Temple Thurston. It was like meelliig unexjicctodly one of those persons that make you feel in a few minutes you liave always known and loved them., After the first two chapters 1 sighed a sigh of great content. One doesn't meet tiiese charming people often and now- I would read very slo>..'ly luid iirolong to -its utmost Ijie. enjoyment of the time we would pass together. It's all jtboiit dogs and gardoua and romantic, love and- a sloepy sjiot In Ireland (north I am sure) iutd lust but not iBasI, the ,"con-Hclousin^s''. Ill man that makes >l'or liappinesii''uny\Yhere. lOvon the man's ilOK roalizoil it at times, when he, didn't., Tlie.-master sat sunk In tlespou-, doncy. ii groat tragedy hiid come into his life. There was litlle.lol'l lo live for, Oaiuly his dog sat bosldo him looking' into his face with anxious, loving eyes. 'J'ears bel'ore his master had taiiglit him, when still a PU)!, a tri(-k of slaiidiiiR on his front legs aud wiving his liiiid ones in the air. The dog never likeil the trick and as he grew older it jmrt his dignit.v to be made to do it. Kor years now he hadn't done it. With his face in his hands sat tlie master when .happening to glance uii tliere was Dandy waving his hind legs madly and laughing with liis red tongue lolling out. 1 hope he gol one of iiis biscuits thrown to liini. lie always preferred them thrown. It seemed a more nia.^culiiio and tloftgy M'a.v of receiving thon. tmd his niat-.-tor's valet always respected this wish. . Xow dear. I must say good-night, 1 have a great consciousness of your bein.g ni.v own sistor and that makes me supremely nappy. ' 'i'oiir affectionate CRICKET. it costs the retail merchants of North Battleford between $16,000 and $20,000 a year tor tlieir town delivery service. They ars considering a pro-ji'isal to establish a co-oiieratlve service by which it Is estimated the cost can be reduced to $5,000. Dominion Block Ladies' Linen Dusters, fine for motoring. .... $4>.75; Raincoats, just a few left, $3.00, $4.00, $6.00�an4 $7.00, less than wholesale. Natty Little Suits in serges and worsteds from $J10.'P0 White Middies anid Skirts, two pieces ..... $i;;80 Fierrin's French Kid Gloves, all sizes at 50c on the $ Cashmere Hose, regular $1.25 for ........|65)C Silk Hose, Radium and Sterling, all colors at V2 price' A Few very choice dresses for evening wear. Qjueen Quality from ........ . . . $lj$.00 Winter Coats, good selection of these at prices that will astound you. Well worth buying to hold. / Tan Rubbers, all 8iz4es>$L25 fcr^. . .. .......55c, Only a few Sunshades.and Uiv