Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
FIUDAV, MAY 17, 1918 RYLANDS & COMPANY Open Until 9.30 Sat. Open Until 9.30 Sat. All Our Finest CLOTH SUITS Aro ijiiood tor diilcK (UapoBal. Hand tulloriKl by i;x|)orts iiiirt nmdo (rom tho finost inatorUlH 111 u viiHt nRHortinent of colors and pleaNliiB KlylcH. A suit In absoliilely nocoBsary for a liidy and n gtirmoiu from .wlilnh hIio Hocuri>h moH(. wcnr iiiul vnluo. riieao yrlceiK prove tlui Htory. 27.00 29.00 38.00 39.00 43.00 45.00 49.00 63.00 PAGK FIFIEEN $30.00 C'lolh Suits Al ................ ?:'.!l.00 Clolh Sulta Al ............... ?'18.00 inolh Suits Al ............... $50.00 Cloth SuUh At................. ?r)r..oo Cloth Sulla iMir................ $t,7.r(0 Cloth SuHs For .............. .�^no.oo cipth Suits l''or.............. $7n.00 Cloth SultH For .............. A FEW NEW STYLES in Ladies' Waists THAT MAKE CHOOSING A NEW WAIST AN EASY MATTER. 5.25 This Htylo iH made with tlio ncv.' round neck. Tho tront.i aro plcatod and ombroiderort in vory pretty design. Tlio collar trlmmod v/lth white ruI-puro lace. At ..;.................. A whlto voile waist in good quality of tuaterlal onibroidcrcd front, trimmed with poarj buttons and u novolty lace edging. A very attractive j' [ stylo at..................... Omt A medium priced voilo waist. Bm-brolderod in a very pretty design in front and licmstitchcd collar and cuff, edged with lace. A vory pretty O 'yC waist for.............�......., ij* i 3 Whlto voile, waist with t\icked front which forma a largo check, fastened with novelty pearl buttons. The front and cutfB hematilchod. SonieUiing r:"'^;;':^;................5.0a V &C0. "THE BUSY CASH STORE" ^ � o O > 4> .> : PERSONAL '> > Mr. H. II. Cragg left, tlii.^ morning to attend a convent ion to be held in Seattle on .May :;Otli and 2lKt. lie will spend a couple of weeltM in Victoria. B.(;., Willi lii.s wife and family before returning iuiine. V � i: Air. Kd. Murphy lefl last nigltt to enlist ill tli(^ I'. S. Army, lie was ac-conipaitlcd as far as (Ireal Falls by ills sister, .\lra. M. Mc.Malioii. .Mrs. A. IJ. Ciimniing, wlio''lin.s been visiting in CJUKbec for -abnul Uiree moil lbs, returned to tho city tliis afternoon. .Mr, II. II. Reid,* ot'calgary, Is a visitor for a few days In l.etlihriilgo. � � 4elhbridi5o. is | visiting friends in .Moose Jaw. j .Mr. and :\Irs. II. II. l-Iofman are visitors in Calgary for a few days. a � Four V.A.O.'s from Kdnionton left (luietly Wednesday morning at ten o'clock via G.T.P.: Miss Sarah i Sioane, .Miss .Margaret Buchanan, j Miss Agnes Wilson and .Miss Hat-i ledge. There was quite a crov.'d gatii-' ered at the station to give them a 1 send-off.-Edmonton UullBtiu. * 'H V Word has been received that LLetit. PE .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. � ? "ANYTHING NEW IN WAR ? : WORK?" ? ; o � � Tlie work done by Canadian womon In order thai this v.'ar may conie to a successful ending-peace with victory-is notlUng aiiort of amazing. It Is stupendous In.its aggregate. Socks by tho millions of pairs, hospital sup-pUes in tho same enormous qiiantl-tlos, comforts wltlioul stint makes a record of devotion nnd faithfulness never before equalled. It is compara; tlvely easy to hand over one's plato or lowols uo matter how ' highly they aro valued it the cause for which they are'sacrlfloed is tho dearest In llfo. 11 is^ oasjy to make a great sacrifice tiiat comes all at once, lint the .sacrifice, the devotion tliat is lUornlly moasured by slltohoa and Inches Is the thing that trJes tho niettlo of tlie toilers. For four yoaro tho work has gone ou and somehow the hands have not lost tliolr cunning nor their hearts lova for freedom and right and tho flag. No one has dreamed of crying "Enough!" even whoh tho price has lioon one's life plans. Tho tie that kinds those workers togetlier caiv iiot bo weakened. As long tis that tie '(Wclstslho British Bmpiro is safe. 11 is that which keeps tlio little groups in Isolated spots knitting and wdvIi-�Itig and praying and bolieviug. Kvon those women whoso earthly iiUgrlin-ngo sooms almo.st (completed have Bent in t'holr hundreds of pairs of Bocks -which their dear old fingers FINiST iB vfhat Mrs, C. A. Campbell, of Powttusan, Onl, saya In describing Eam-Duk. She writes: "I blistered iny heel badly bj wearing now shoes. Some dyo from ray stocking got into It and caused K poisoued sore. It was �xtromoly , painful and for a week I could not' put a- Bhoo on. Then r lieard ot Kam-Buk nnd commencod using it. It was iuBt wonderful the way It drew out tUo polfion and inflaranm� tloHi endiHi; the pain and healed the soro. .Zain-Buk Is aartalnly the llnost balm In oxiatonco-rftvofybno shouia know of it." Zam-Huk is.also best for oczema, boils, pimples, ringworm, ulcers, olti �ore�, plle.s, bnrna, scalds nnd cuts. AU doftlors or Zam-Uuk Co., To-^onlfo. EOc. box, 3 tor $1,25. have knit in order that the torch ot liberty shall not be e.xtlnguishod. The contribution of money is likewise enormous and amazing. Jlere again it seems easy to raise large sums by large contributions, but the almost fabulous amount conlrlliuted by ttio women of Canada represents ceaseless economies, undying activity and a wonderful Ingenuity in devising ways ot earning money. The whole story of the work ot Canadian women la tho story of individual devotion and sacrifice and faithfulness. Tlio work in Its entirety Is so magnificent because the work oC each individual woman in Canada has been so magnlfioent. . . ' I'uanlmily ot purpose has charac-torieed tho work and "keeping everlastingly at it" has crowned the work with succoBs. When one examines into the kinds ot work dona one realizes atJ'oBh tho wonderful devotion which Jias risen, superior to a monotony tuat, in poacefiil days, would hft'/e held not even one group of workers for an entire year. The reports of activities read the same from Liabrador to Alaska: "rted Cross work, socks, pyjamas, comtorts for the boys who have loft us, lottors to each ono of.our men," otc. Always tho samo story of devotion. Moat of the letters mention loaa, tag-days, bazaars and autograph quiitfi as tho moans' employed for raising money, but a number have found that after all, the pledge of a regular contribution, liowovor small, Is a ver^ reliable method of raising a fund that can be dejiendod upon. Smaller dis-trluts have found it particularly desirable to apportion a certain territory to Individual canvassers who attend to their woik regularly. It is this careful attention to the "mIcklQ" whicli has produced the handsoln* "inucklo." Gnu lino of work that seems doslr-ublo appears to have been taken up In Canada by only one body of work-era. The I,ovana Society composed of the women of Queen's UnlvorslLy hftvo done wonderfully In providing vermlit-proof tmdorolothlug, acting ou tho stiggoBtion ot Miss Cordon, who is particularly Interosted In work done by KngUsh university womon. Tho formula furnished by Miss Gordon was given, to'the �i3jrJtigh Medical Journal In May, XOIT, by Captain Gunn, M.U., D. .,Sp., n.'A.M.C.T. ot Osl'pl-d - -.-.., i Uudervesls are -njailo of ordinary cheeBB cloth and dlpRod in a solution ot 1% ounces naptUiilono and Mi ounces of sulplii^r to. one gallon ot benzoline or. gasoline .'They are wrung our of Uils solution t>nd hung up to dry whou tho gasollno ovapor-atos, leaving tho other tngriwilonta In minute partlclps. Thos* should not ht> abnken off, ITold ' tki) '�� yejgt nnd wrap in 'Broase-prbof paper. Those veslR iire worn uutt the.skin and are nut irrltallnw %Bt.,!^tfon) a^i ulmust complete pr(>t�ctlan against vermin. Miss Gordon says: "MrH. Gorrana of Oxford has made, dliipoii uud venl to ORGE OFFICERS 10 GO :\Ioatreal. .May ]7.-Major General G. K. \V. Wilson, ofti(e,r commanding, announced this morning that iie had roctived advices from Ottawa that officers of the permanent force wore to be allowed to go .iverseas.; The com-niiinication reads is follows: "II is considere.l that tho limci has arrived when officers oi: the jierman-ont force who havo !;oen rotaine.l in Cu'.uida should procco.l overseas with drifts and with special letters to tha adjutant general over;eas loquec'ting that these officers bo retained. V/here-cver such officers are now employed in Canada it is requested that tho district officer commanding should replace them with suitable returned officers, wlio have had actual experience in the theatre ot war, so as to render the officers ot the permanent force available to proceed al the earliest possible date." p u BEITER UNDERSTANOIN N QUEBEC NOW ETO Reglna, May 1'?.-Archbishop Math-leu .-irrivod from (Jjueboc this mprniiiK aftor"a long visit to Ottawa and Quebec, whoro he was in conference with goveriimont, military and cburoh authorities. In an intorviey today the Archbishop s�ld that a remarkable change had been brought about in the Filualion in Quebec, with reference to the enforcement ot the Military Service Act. Ho said that a far better iinrtorstandiug between the fucliona had been arrived at. D. CASES HAROS lOHAVEATIENTION Ottawa, fvlay 17.-The Citlien this evening says; "The Government has under considerations steps to deal with oases of extreme hardships which will result from the abolition of exemption without any exception between the ages of 20 and 22. "It Is probable that in each military district some one will be delegated authority to deal with such cases and gfant leave of absence from service," the front many thousands ot these under vests ami has rocolvod many grateful letters testifying tn their remark-able and unique efficloncy. ,No field comforts could be more welcome,". Tho dipping must ho done out of doors nnd on no account must b?. undertaken where there is an open tjre or even a llghlod match ni; cigar or dgaroUe. In cold weather the raplrt eva])oration of the gasoUutj will por-manontly liijuro the skin and at^all tlm,0B some method aliould be doylsed fori handling the clotli wlthput. coming into too direct contact with tho gasoUne. Tho uuvKing of these cijin-forts in quantltios offers profitable work for societies, aud ovqn tho dipping of b&rmentB previously made should furnish an appreciable: boui'UO of income to bodies oiiKnged lu raising war funds. .Jack Mnhiiei .has li'"n wounded. Meut. Manuel onllalcii in I,ntiibrl > : ? CHURCHtS AND societies : : > : tlie c.tec-' iitive of the chapter tliat ilie uiaiu is-1 sue of the day is "wiuuiii;; iliu war," whicli can only be ddiu. by men, money and food, and only liy registration of our man and winir.iii iiower can tills be attained. KvSiveii in Wesley Hall iliis evening 1 at O.;io o'cjlock shar)). � e . The following letter has been received by the secietiiry Sir Alexander Gait Chapter i.o.D.i:.'.: Dear Friends; i now take the pleasure of writing a few lines letting you know that I received ;roiir nice parcel of socks, and wi.sli to thank you very much tor sarne. There are ten fellows billeted in this place, so 1 gave each ot tho lads a pair for which they.are very thankful, and 1 hear some' of them say they are going to answer the notes tUey received inside the socks, most of the other lads aro from around Toronto, It Fritz comes along to-night he la liable to get socks, eh? He is frying hl$ hardest to break through, but has failed up to the preaentJ'and he seems to' be; trying to ka^ep clear of tho Canadians, for wliat they have they like'to hold and lie knows that to his cost, and 1 tlilnk iiy the time ho cooia off a bit it will be our ,move next, t. long for the war to finish, but I don't want it to quit.untll tlie Kuns are beaten and 1 reckon the Allies can do it even if it has to last a couple of years yet. I will now cio.sp, Wishing you all the best of luck, and long may your good work continue in war or peace. With thanks from all in this place Bud from myself. Yours truly, Driver Harry Lowe, ,'>,'i2,.|Tl), \ � . . * * o � � � � � * ? ? SOCIAL EVENTS > * * ? ; ? > Items the Store SPECIAL SNAPS - For - SATURDAY SHOPPERS ANOTHER SILK SNAP but you fuUMt. be early Saturday to" pick'it up HH I lie (lUHii-' tilv is limited. Aheauiirui T.iffeia s.iik,:!i;' inches wide' in Roseda, JJ'iiB-ger lirowii, Uosc uud ,'inxo. Tho ] olil't'liii"' "jirlce" w'liiTjii.Oil and it is now easily worth 5S2.75 yaril. We shall put it ou as n SATURDAY SNAP FOR $1.29 yd. MAKE A GRAB FOR THESE 200 yards Cretonnes and 'Sateens in iirelt.y colorings suitable for side drapes, etc. SGO yards Curtain Xefa, Voiles and Maniirisetles In while, cream and ecru with plain or fancy borders. Also 50 yards of Cream Madras. Tho regular valuv of lliosi! goods run.s to yard. Saturday Only AU One Price A Navy Blue Serge 8 Suit Of the very finest quality, bound Willi silk biiiid, double skirl on coal. Regular pri0 dozen Shirts, wliicli we bought lo sell al Sl.r>l) They are made of genuine Engliali prints of absolutely fast colors and In very netil stripes. Not an, offside pattern or color in Ihp bunch. We shall place ibem on sale on Saturday only al $1.19 ea. 3 for J2.50 29 c YARD BOOTS FOR BOYS You mothers will appreciate Ibis snap. , Hoys' Boots made of extra strong "ITrus" calf, with bellows tongue and standard screw sewn soles. Exceplion-ally good wearing. ,Sizes 2 to fi. Regular price 154.GO. Saturday Snap $3.69 ."itiaa Bertha Iv'Kcluse, bolli of Hay- the organization ot a milk station for mot'ld, was quietly solemnized at the liaptlst parsonage. Rev, Chas. Baker officiating,* Mr. and Mrs, Vermiere will make tlieirhome in Raymond. HDW15RT0N'-'CASTAT0R. Last week, May G, In Lethbridge, the marriage of Miss Violet P. ("as-tator. of Champion, and Mr. Homer F, Howerton, also ot Champion, took place. Rev,' Chas. Baker performing the ceromony. The happy couple will make their iiome in Champion. * � . *. : ? : : : � * .; SAVE THE BABIES ? .;. : .> > > .> .;. .;. .} "The quality of motherhood Is In every true woman's heart, it broods over the world's sorrows, it feels for (he erring one,s, and with that jiatlence .which saya, "not until seven times, but until seventy tlmoa seven," it works lo lltt tlie broken:hearted lo raise the fallen and comfort tho aftli'ctbd. The .brooding niother-.love now knows that bettor than comfort in affliction, bettor tlian providing nurses tor the sick,' belter tlian re-tormlng the fallen, is tho ounce of prevention w'hlcli . will conserve liie innocence of the little ones of whom He Bald, "If is not the will of your Fatlier in lleaVon that ono of those little ones shall perish." "May the love of (he little child load mfei) and women ot every ila-tionlo the common purpose audi lhe;commt)n o'ffprt u6t tb let qhe fnll to the ground ' Oirough negiecf, ignorance, indlfterenco, or improper Irealment," , The.'rtljove quotation from the Pr'esl: dent National Congress of Mothers,, U,S.A., beautifully expresses our duty towards those little onen who are on^ tilled t(> every chance that can bo given them 'in life. Remember this when you soo 'the taggers' boxes tomorrow, am) do your sUaro toward the babies of Letiihridge, whtcll. Is under tho auspices o! the local.! coiiii-cil of women. WEDDINGg^ : : > � ; : :>.;. V KRMI B\i^ctors told me I would have to have,.an operation^'"^Tha^; dragging down pains, backache od headaches and. could not, do, ,my housework,. Mysia7 ter'wlio bhd' be*ii helped "by Lydiii E. Pinkham'a Vege-tablie .Compound Bskedmatotryit. I have takon several bottles and am now'entirely well-so t do all my work - and not a. tmce of iriy old trouble. I, have told many of my friehfia what wonderful results they will get from its' use."-^'Mr3. S.* J: Semler*. 1050 5th Ave., Troy, N. Y. . Women who are in Mrs. Semler'a condition should not give up Hope or submit to such an ordeoj until they have given Lydia E. Pinkhaia'a Vegetable Compound a trial. For euggestiona in regard to your condition v/rite LydiaU. Pinkham Med-icineCo., Lynn, Mass. ThereBultof their 40 years experience is at your s.ervice. t Take I of spoiling yburilajiity desserts by using �cheap inferior Corn Stirch. Insist pn having- . � � .i-,.;. ^:,T) _________S COJtM STARCH The name "BENSQN" ia your Guarantee of the finest quality Starjch,, Write iprli'opyoi our Reoipo'Book. .THE CANADA STARCH CO. UNITED, I 40 MONTREAL ANEXTRvV T'omorrow To intro^ViVce durjilgU-^quaJltr^-Ic^ cream.,'f: .f/: ^YOU'LL:. tfKE IT BON 420 FIFTH 8TREET �.