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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1 RYLANDS COMtWNY Open Until Unlit Sal All Our Finest CLOTH SUifS Are priced for quick Hand tailored by sports and made from the finest materials In a vast assortment of colors and pleasing A suit Is absolutely necessary for a lady and a garment from she secures most wear und These prices prove the Cloth Suits At Cloth Suits At Cloth Suits At Cloth Suits Cloth Suits For Cloth Suits For Cloth Suits Cloth Suits For A FEW NEW STYLES in Ladies Waists THAT MAKE CHOOSING A NEW WAIST AN EASY PAGK PERSONAL This stylo Is made with the new round The fronts are pleated and embroidered in very pretty Tho collar trimmed white gui pure C C A f I 4 A waist in good quality of material embroidered trim med with pearj buttons and a novelty lace A very attractive CCA style A medium priced voile Em broidered In a very pretty design in front and hemstitched collar and edged with A very pretty O 7C waist for White voile waist with tucked front which forms a largo fastened with novelty pearl The front and cuffs Something RYLANDS THE BUSY CASH STORE Cragg this morning to attend a convention to bo held in Seattle on 20th and He will spend a couple of weeks in with his wife and family before returning Murphy left last night to enlist in the He was ac companied as far as Ireat Falls by his whohas been visiting In Quebec for about three returned to the city this Mr is a visitor for a few days in Miss Winnifred Hyssop who has visiting in and also with Mitchell of returned to the city this Durkee and of were visitors in Lethbridge a few days Spaldlng was a visitor with his parents in the city for a few tiddy and little son have returned from a short visit to Gal of is visiting friends in Moose and Hotman are visitors In Calgary for a few Four from Kdmonton left quietly Wednesday morning at ten oclock via Miss Sarah Miss Margaret Miss Agnes Wilson and Miss Rat There was quite a crowd gath ered at the station to give them a Edmonton Word has been received that Jack Mfinriel Manuel Unlisted in Lotiibridg with transfer ringto the Flying Conn to join who wan Inter killed In While in tin air Manuel won the coveted belong ed to a well known Minimum 4 4 ifr O CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Major Wish to acknowledge with thanks the following omitted from yesterdays list Dis 1 pair Oliver pairs pair Hun i li pairs Miss i pair j 1 pair 0 The regular monthly ineKlng of the Sir Alexander Cliaptor was held in the yes A letter was rmul from the national executive re thregistration Of man and woman iimvrr of Can on June This letter asks the order to secure UK many efficient voluntary workers an possible for that Captain hadoutlined the plans ti the utive of the chapter thai tlie main Is sue of the day is the which can only he el one by money and and only by registra tion of our man and can this be Kvery effort should be concentrated on work essential to country this and the waste bt labor in work be directed towards what is absolute ly necessary for our King and Em Members of the chapter are asked to volunteer their services for June as many workers are Please send your name and I address as socn as possible to the i or From April 18thto May pairs of socks had been mostly for bethbrjdge men at the It was decided hold evening meeting every third ilie first to be held next Tjic lucky number in the cushion raffle is held by 7th Street Items of Interest Round the Store ANYTHING NEW IN WAR WORK it C1 The work done by Canadian women In order that this war may come to a successful with vic nothing short of It Is stupendous Socks by the millions of hospital sup plies in tho same enormous quanti comforts without stint makes a record of devotion and faithfulness never before It Is compara tlvely easy to hand over ones plate or jewels no matter how highly they are valued If the cause for which they aresacrificed is tho dearest in It isaasty to make a great sac rifice that comes all at But the the devotion that is literally measured by atltohos and inches lu the thing that tries the tnettlo of toe Forfour years the work has gone on and somehow the hands have not Jost thoir cunning nor their hearts lova for freedom and right anil tho No one has dreamed of crying Enough even when the price has been ones life Tho tin that ilnds these workers together not bo As Ions an that tie Mists the British Bmplro is H is that which keeps the littlo groups In isolated spots knitting and work ing and praying and ISvon those women whoso earthly pilgrim seems almost completed have gent in their hundreds of pairs of eocks which their dear old fingers FINEST EXISTS is what of says in describing She writes I blistered iny heol badly bj Wearing now Homo dya from lay stocking got into It and caused a It was extremely painful and for a weak I could not put ft shoe Then I heard ot flamlink and commenced using It was just wonderful tho way It drew out the poison and Inflamma the pain and healed the Is oartuinly the finest Imlra in should know of ZamBuk is also best for old scalds and All dealers or ZamUuk To 3 for have in order that the torch of liberty shall not The contribution of money is like wise enormous and Jlere again It sieems easy to raise large sums by large but the almost fabulous amount contributed by the women of Canada represents ceaseless undying activity and a wonderful Ingenuity in devis ing ways of earning The whole story of the work of Canadian women is tho story of individual de votion and sacrifice and The work in Its entirety is so mag nificent because the work of each in dividual woman in Canada has been so Unanimity of purpose charac terleed tho work and keeping ever lastingly at It has crowned the work with AVhen one examines into the kinds of work done one real izes afresh tho wonderful devotion which Jiai superior to a mono tony in peaceful woult have held not even one group of workers for an entire The re ports of activities read the gams fron Labrador to Alaska rted Cross work comforts for the boys who have left letters to eacl one our Always tin same story of Most of the letters mention ban anrs and autograph quilts as th means employed for raising money but a number have found tha after the pledge of a regular con however Is a reliable method of raising a fund tha cun bo depended Smaller dis trlcts havo found it particularly de sirabje to apportion a certain terr tory to Individual canvassers who a tund to their work It i this careful attention to the miekle which has produced tho handaotn One lino of work that seems desi able appears to havo been taken u in Canada by only one body of work The Society composed of the women of Queens University havo done wonderfully In providing vermliiproof acting on the suggestion of Miss who is particularly Interested In work dona by English university Tha formula furnished by Miss Gor don was given to the British Medical Journal In by Captain of Oxford UmlerveBts are of ordinary cheese cloth and dittoed in a solution of 1 ounces napthiBileuo and Hfc ounceH of sulphur to one gallon of beuzollne or gasoline They are wrung our of tills ami hung up to dry when the gasoline evapor leaving tho other Ingredients in minute Thost should not bo shaken Told tfce vest and wrap in greaseproof These vests are worn thu skin and are nut irritating afford an almost complete protection against Mi3S Gordon says Qorrunu of Oxford has dipped uud tu OFFKTOGO May General announced this morning yiat he had received advices from Ottawa time of ficers of the permanent force wore to be allowed to go com munication reads is It is considereJ that the time has when offluora of the perman nt force who havo been retained in should overseas with iSts and with to the djutant general overseas requesting hat these officers be Where ver such officers are now employed i Canada it is requested that the dis officer commanding should re lace them with suitable returned of who have had actual experience n the theatre of so as to render ie officers of the permanent force vallable to proceed at the earliest ossible ANOTHER SlU SNAP but you he early Hntur dny to pick It up ns the quan tity is A beautlfttf inches in Ilosedjei ger ttomi and it is now easily worth We shall put it on as a GATURDAY SNAP FOR MAKE A GRAB FOR THESE 200 yards Cretonnes ami Sateens in pretty colorings suitable for side 250 ynrds Curtain Voiles and Marquisettes in cream and ecru with plain or fancy bord Also 50 yards of Cream The regular value of those goods runs to 55c Saturday Only All One Price 29c A Navy Blue Serge Suit Of the qual bounil vyith silk double skirt on Keg nlar price OQ OC Saturday This Is only one of multitude of SATURPAY SUIT On Saturday we offer a special discount of 20 on any suit on our Our suit styles and values are too well and favorably known to neces sitate flowery language as a selling SNAPS For SATURDAY SHOPPERS MEN Heres something of special interest to We have just opened out a shipment of 50 doncn which we to uell at They are made of genuine English prints of absolutely fast colors and in very neat Not offside pattern or color in the We shall place them oil sale on Saturday only at 3 for May Math eu arrived from this morning aftora long visit to Ottawa and Que where he was in conference with military and church auth In an interviey today the Archbishop said that a remarkable change had been brought about in the situation in with reference to tho enforcement of the Military Ser vice Ho said that a far better understanding between the factions had been arrived TOiVEOTON May Cltlien this evening says The Government hat under considerations steps to deal with cases of extreme hardships which will result from the abolition of exemption without any exception between the ages of 20 and It Is probable that In each military district some will be delegated authority to deal with cases and grant leave of absence from The Girls Auxiliarydesire to thank Chief Hardy for the use of flags a their t The report Wesley Church for the ilast year appearing in Tuesdays contained a slight The total raised Otis in stead of A banquet to the Boy Stputs and the Crimp Fire irln in Weaiey Hall this evening at oclock O Tho following letterhas been re ceived by the secretary 3ir Alexander Gait Chapter Dear Friends I now take the pleas ure of writing a few lines letting you know that I received nice parcel of and wish to thank you very much for There are ten fellows billeted in this so 1 gave each of the lads a pair for which very thank and I hear some of them say they are going to answer the notes tliey received inside the most of the other larls are from around If Fritz conies along tonight he Ms liable to get eh He is frying his hardest to break but has Failed up to the he seems tp be trying to kaep of tho for what theyhave they like to hold and hu knows that to his and I think bythe time he cools off a bit it will be our long for the war to but I dont want it to the Huns are beaten and 1 reckon the Allies can do it even if it has to last a couple of years I will Wishing you all the best of and long may your good work continue In war or With thanks from all in this place and from Yours Driver Harry SOCIAL EVENTS BOOTS FOR BOYS You mothers will appreciate this Boys Boots made of extra strong Urns with bel lows tongue and standard screw sewn Exception ally good Sizes 2 to Regular price Saturday Snap the front many thousands of these un dervests and has received many grate ful letters testifying to their remark able und unique No field comforts could be more Tho clipping must bo done out of doors and on no account must b un dertaken where there is an open fjre or even a lighted match or cigar Of lu cold weather the wild evaporation of tba gasoline will pei manmitly injure the skin and times some method should be devised handling the cloth com ing Into too direct contact with tho Tho making uf Uiesu cgm forts lu quantities offers profitable work for and even the dip ping of garments previously mad furnish an appreciable source of income to bodies engaged la nils lug war Last evening Bates was presented with a of a beautiful casserole dish and a pipe from the lady teachers of Jentral In remembrance of his long ami faith ful service with an expression of their appreciation of his unfailing courtesy arid ready response to any1 thing that has been asked of j latea has been connected with the schools for nine 1 The social and dance held by Court Unily mi Wednesday eve ning last proved a success in every way and a nine sum will go to wards tin fund for the bunedt of its members A most enjoyable time was spent and tlie committee to i hunk those who contributed towards the evenings Among those who assisted in tho pro gram of Miss Veru Miss Miss Ander and Wil liams and The com mittee also wish ti Herald for WEDOING5 Miss Bertha both of Hay was quietly solemnized at the Baptist Baker and Vermiere will make their home in Last May in the marriage of Miss Violet Cas of Champion and Homer also of took Baiter performing tlie The happy couple will make their home in 0 o SAVE THE BABIES The quality of motherhood is in every true womans It broods over the worlds it feels for the erring and with that patience which not until seven but until seventy times it works tp lift the brokenhearted to raise the fallen and comfort the The motUerlovo now knows that better than comfort in better than providing nurses for the than re forming the is the ounce of prevention which will conserve tho innocence of the little ones of whom Me If is not the will of your Fathto In Heaven that one of these little ones shall May the love of the little child lead men and women of every na tion to the common purpose theJcommbh effprt not to let one fall to tue ground through ig or improper The Above quotation from the Prcsi 1 dent National Congress of beautifully expresses our duty towards those little who are en titled to every chance that can be given them hi Remember this when yoii see the taggers boxes to am do your share toward the organization of a milk statlpii for the babies of is under the auspices of the ell of THIS WOMAN ESCAPED AN OPERATION By Taking Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Com Many Others Have Done the suffered for more than seven months from a displacement and three doctors told me I would have to operation dragging down backache and headaches could housework Mysia terwlio helped by Lydia Pinkhamt Vege table asked roe to try I have taken teverat bottles and am now entirely I do all my work and a trace of my old I Have told many of my friehdB what wonderful results they will get from itrf SEMLER 1650 5th Women who are in Semlera condition should not give up Hope or submit to such an ordeoj until they have given Lydia Pinkhamn Vegetable Compound a For suggestions in regard to your condition write Lydia Pinkham Med Theresultor their 40 years experience is at your FREE Dont Take Chances In Lethbridgo onWttyVfi tho liiar of Jrosper Vermlcw aud of spoiling your dainty desserts by using cheap inferior Corn Insist on having CORN The name BENSQN is your guarantee of the finest quality Write fprtopy oi our 40 THE CANADA STARCH MONTREAL Tomorrow To introduce Quality Our Own Make We will give boys and glrU 2 Cones TOMORROW tliKE IT B O N TON 420 FIFTH STRgET ;