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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r'AGE FOL-RTERy filE LlMfBRiDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. MAY IS, 101� i Freshette and Girl Grad plptp list as fiirni.sliiMl todny follows: �s Jury Crises Toltnii vs. Atin.Tlilf; .ion v ICsklund; T'liiwarc!? v llarrliiKton, .Tack.�on or choir leaiipr. Sporlnl mention (mist l)u innilo.of Uio junior choir and plans were maile lo kIvo tho Juii; )or iholr at Bomo Inter d.itf a good liino lni.ludli:K an.,hnto rldp. After a brief progranv of reading* nnd musk-, ably raBdf : > : : ? > ,,v.. ana aiso fi-...i.t. tv,-� , ward missions, includini; otiior stnal- "Educationl Their traininp. their; i^,- amounts the total raised for ail capacitv for self-discipline, tlie ex-1 piirposes was SG.SoO.iin. ample .set bv the men students, pride! "''i^-f addresses were made by a 1 number roferrinc to the work of the I year in llie dillffrent depkriinents. i and to the splendid spirit sliovvn under thft new conditions In wbich the congregation ig working. A budget in their Alma Mater-'^AU these are contributory causes. I believe. "Women want tbinRs tti do these days, and the bigger the thinfts ask ed of them the higher they will aim.! was presented for the ensuing; year. "A pleasing feature of the eveiiln.?. wlilcli way be specially noted was tho most hearty appreciation expressed by many speakers of the e.xcellent and -self-sacrificing work done by JL-i. .% *:|! and the more they will be capable of doing. Necessity for action .s�\eeps away all minor consMerations. Be sure the grumbler has not enough to do. or her tjjne wouM be spent to better advantage. Those who sacrifice the \nost say the least. They accept whac fate sends them with a cheerful front, and keep on working." As an active ".var worker and a member of different organizations herself. Lady Falconer has great faith in the Women's Institutes, believing that ithey. more than any otter body, reach the women on the farms-the women piactically unapproached through other aYenues. "There Is a certain cleavage between city and 'wintr.v." tleclaned Lady Falconer, "liut the Women's Institutes-wide-awake and alert-are helping to bind up the severance. Wherever there is an Institute, you find the feeling of criticism and misunderstanding being cleared away. I think they are helping the Canada Food Board wonderfully through their fjuiet andjiersistent efforts and by the constant emphasis being placed on the seriousness of the tood iltuation at all their meetings. "The food question Is one that needi to be constantly talked about, thonght about, Viritten about E\-ery vhlch .will settle the ownership of tho Green Oables corner y Man of Today is Only: site tho post office. Tho Baalim Motor , , t-fflt^ient," They will' Co., aro now In possession of the ISO, be pleased to Khow and explain property, but Waltei'Hons claims it by ibe J. B, L. LascaUo to you.-Advert, reasou of prior Durchase. nio com- MJJ ^fiion Auidorges 7/ie7ailor-m(le S/ioe �rl0omen r^AME Fashion has decreed that' the proper shoes this year are to be consersative in both patterns and colors. The fashionable leathers will be kid and calf -and black finished footwear will be worn more e.'^tcnsivcly than . heretofore. upon the - manufacturers " of shoes in that country to cooperate in the conservation of material, labor and money by the standardization of _ shoe styles as far as possible. ( /This docs not mean that this year's shoes are less smart br attractive, because, as a matter of fact, they arc not. They arc simply without the former extremes in pattern and varietyof color coiTibination: As a matter of factrthe'new designs really have advantages in comfort and economy over the more exaggerated styles of .former seasons - bccaijsc, as they are on the whole some-,-' what plainer and sturdier, they arc more substantial and will give longer wear. In their capacity as shoemakers to the Canadian Nation, Ames Holdcn McCrcady arc in a posi__tion to dcrcrmine with oil !, because in the United States the Government ^called ! ICo.'f/,:,. noel. ail lealliirt. some authority the movements affecting style changes. Wc maintain a most important department devoted to'studying, analysing and' determining shoe fashions. This fact, combined with the great experience we get in making a trcnicndous number of shoes in more than eight hundred styles,is your'assurance that A.FI.M. shoes represent the latest and most attractive fashions. Standard /.art Pa tftrn -Cuban hff!- all Icathtrs^ You xoill^ find out lradtmark,^'I^AHM," atamptd on Iht tole of eutry thoe we makt. you have been in tho habit of buying our ahaea. you already know that they repretent Undid value. But in f uture-~on your next lAoes-/ooA iTep the trademarkon thm Jo/es AMES HOLDEN McGREADY "Shoemake rs^fo - / he ,^Na t i on " iiurrco ST. JOHN MONTREAi; TORONTO wiNNirec BDMONTON VANOOtrVER 6B sniiHiiililliliillllillliHliniMIIIHiillllllilliillllllllHillillliilM^ Extra FOh At the Bay A CATALOGUE OF BARGAINS WHICH SHOULD CERTAIN-LY START OFF OUR WEEKS BUSINESS WITH A RUSH. TO ATTAIN THIS OBJECT WE HAVE GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION TO VALUES, AND PRICES. lln Smocks For Ladies and Children | Wo have Just opened out o ^ liandsomo range of thcao-^f which wo arc Justly proud and Yiiiiili wc want you to examine. The colors are beautifully (icar. amongst others being, nili> ttrccn and copcn-AIso In white with trimmings iif rosi'. yellow and blue and the d"si(;iis nro absolutely tht) last v.ord in these goods. Prices arc very moderate, ruiininvr from $3.Z5 to $5.00 Dry Goods Special For MONDAY Ca pairs only Sheets. Ready hemmed for use in S-1 size. These are ?!.50 pair but fol^ Jlonduy only thoy will bo $3.40 pair Foot-Wear Special For MONDAY Ladies' Gold Colored Poplin Shoies Witli/lO inch top. Has Span-lab hc.-'ln and medium vamp. Sizes i'.i to 8. \ Special Men. Price $4.29 l-IIIIBi,i|jlHg3KW-- Boy^s Special For MONDAY Just 3 doz. Boys' Knick-erbocker Corduroy Pants Sizes 2-t to 29 otily. Nothing as (,'ood for hard wear, licg-iilar ?1.75. Special Mon. Price $1.40 Furnishing Special For MONDAY Stair Carpet Tapestry In 3 iwUlthB, 18 In., 22 In., !iud 27 in. Tho colors are groon, rod and grey, with fancy borders. Kcgular to SDc yard. 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