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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAf.F. TIIE UttTfimiOGE DAILY SATURDAY, MAY Freshette and Girl Grad lete list as fiur.i.-h.'il follows: Jury TcAton vs. Amiable: vs. hinook real Co. John liroin v K. railU; KosVy v Siirlius I'oal Co.; Y'WLM. Burton. HonOury Cook-v Taylor: Mlich v Fnmro Ctn. Collieries: v Latbrop; Stover v Cold; Int. llme-ster Co. v L. Jensfii; Yates v S. Ben uio et al: Oliver v S. FratH'ls el al; Itoss v Stovall cl al: Xeilsou v Hob- ertson et al; Kosa 1.. Warrey v O. Svrdlir Tlios. Slubbs v II. l> ItoberK; li 11 Hinds v S. Losg; Wltswi v ill JtcCann et al- Silas Myi-rj v David Efisti v Ksklattd; Kanio v Harrington. Jackson as diolr Iwder. wcu- [Ion Inust be uudo of junior choir plans wpre made io give the jun- ior choir ol Inter. J.v'.e n BMd time iavlutlicR au ,auto rUle. Atwr a brlfl urosrsui Milan and musU', ably i oC tb? AM provided luuch. Tiie pastor, HPY. K. AN EMBARGO yalgary, May 10, As a re retglil handlers strike tb! local officials slruCKNl to v it of of all iilomtng I for of tho C. 1'. R. were In- Icic0.au ewuaigo on less lliau I'urlu.ul freight, uoiuU cast of i FALCONER, vr! University. ot Sir Robert Fulcpner, President-of Toronto spirit of is excellent. e the college Yuu manner of girls." nbl believe how much Che war lias ifceir Straio fr of them are liow ahnuft niRr- tinets !n their self-denial. Thuy si'enl the minimum on clothes. v and hp.ve done away, wiih all liuuries. more especially whorti food is concerned. Xo oae can say that the Varsity girl is in- different, selllsh or unpatriotic in these tiays. She is really an example to all manner of girls." LADY FALCONER v v i It Is for the Varsity 'girl that Lady Falconer girl who lias reaiiv pioneered on tlie farms of Ont- ario.-1 Last summer she set the pace when, leaving college sown and ruort- cr-ijoaTd behind her, she got into Kh.aUt and went on the land. Instead of "exercising her mind -wi'.h the ah- prhoicms of ihe universe, she hack and plied her fingers fruit. This rear she will do rvrn more, and as a farmerette will undertake moM of the dutips of do you suppose accounts (or "Education! Their training, their capacity for self-discipline, the el- ample set by-the men students, prirle in ilieir Alma Materlx AU'thwe- are contributory 1 believe. "Women wau't things !o clo and the the things ask- crt of iheni the higher they will aim, and Uie. more they will be capable of doing. Necessity for action away all minor He sure the "srunibler has not enough to do. or her time would to better advantage. Those who sacrifice: the say the le-ast. They accept ate seniJs them with a cheerful front and keep on working.'.' As an active war worker and a mem' er of different organizations herself ,ady Falconer has great faith in the Yemen's' Institutes, believing" tha Ihey, nVbte than any other body, re.icl Ihe wom'en on the women piactically unupproached through other ayenuea. There, is s certain cleavage tiveen city and ileclarei Larly Falconer, "hut the Women's In A If.rge number o! Ihe and adherents of the Visited Church evening Sn the hall In the annual cotigreyatloual inciting. After the opening exercises the re- porir tif Uie different departments of the v-aun-h r.ciivitles were submitted and were ol a very gratifying charac- ter." Some amounts were as fol- i lows: Sunday gchoolv. Jl.lSSAn': i Christian Kmleavor, Woman's 1 Missionary iiotleiy, Mission Circle, Tlie amount for from the YVouiJ Missionary Society was which WAI iho objective -at for the Aid society. of. tills amount White's appointment contributed The amount raU- efl by ifae Doard oE Stewards was] S2.341.0U, White's Appt. giving ot this. amount and also ward missions. other smal- r amounts the total nisei for ail irposes wes lirlef addresses were made by e umber referring to the work of ihe ear in 1he diffcrenL nU to the splendid spirit shown un- er the- new conditions in which the ongregation is working. A budget s .presenteft for the ensuing year, pleasing feature of the evening, Iilch may fce specially noted was tho iOot hearty aifpreciation expressed y many speakers of the excellent self-sacrificing work done by Mrs. sinil. incJlentally. l add raa'.er- the country's food jsupply. Toronto University, in common with the olher coHeges of the-Dominion, has n remarkrfiile war" record. First of all, her men went, until college halls werb deserted in Tery Iruth. The fresh- 01193.1103 sweet girl grads did not lag liphiml in doing their share of war With the -long summer vaca- tion iahead of them, they jTiPat-practical kind of war wori. ant lurnetl out to produce food. Although tbcy, niadc barely enough to cover liv 'ing: expenses and the days were looj mid 'tiring, yet they accomplished jDUch. and the farmers realize by now! athletic college girl IE a very real help. lUwas pure patritjilsm that! Jrispire.1 those girlg, and n ate rally 'tTicy worlvtd with heart anil soul. "Their spirit Is says Falconer. "Your would not llever'liow much the wafhas changed 'tte lives of girls. Some of th-m Arc lipw almost marUneta in Ihelr self- ,nenial. They spend the minimum clothes, and nave done awny with iluxarlPs, more especially where food 'JB The college enlerlalu- mcnts of are ro in .e, I notice the difference because I used to s ti tu t e wa ke a ud a! helping-to bind up the severance Wherever there U an Institute, yo find the'vfeeling of criticism and rals unders tan ding being cleared away, think they are helping the Canad Food Board wonderfuHy through the! quiet and_persistent efforts and by th being placed on In pss ot the food iltuatloD at tbelr raeelinga. "The food question Is one that neet talked about, thongl about, -written ahout Every ojieaji answered is a step Rnd Et by means that the moil Inruine ahlt walltf crltscigm will Kr For Daintj' LUX For things you wouldn't think of washing in iht1 ordinary way tan use LUX. The purity of these eMmmcring H 111 e flakes of essence of soap is beyond question, and ihey cannot harm anything At all that clean water may touch. Make your garments last as long as LUX. At all made. LETCT Brothers Limited Toronto Personality Counts in the Air TAR in tlie air as It is waged to-day recalls the olden knights ro.dc forth to battle nnd won honor and glory by thcirdeeds of personal heroism. 1 The life of an aviator is full of romance, action, adventure, opportunities for glori- ousachlevcment, cverj'thing that could stir {he imagination of a valorous young man. Men with nerve, courage and sound physique, are needed to maintain the su- premacy of tha air. There are of Canadians now training for Commis- sions in the service. V Young men [n good health, and of fair education; are tnrlttfd to enroll 0s cadets. While training ilicy receive 11.19 per-Jayf f MenTTiio comewitliln tho provlstonsof theM.S.A. are eligible only after having joined their Depot tallon, wheii they may. with consent of their In the R.F.O. Write for Booklet, "Air Heroes In the and apply directly to one of the following addresses: RECRUITING OFFICE, 304 MAIM WINNIPEG MALCOLM YOUNG, SHERIFF, UETHBR1OGE xtra FOR -worn dbVn. Tlie farmers' wives -ore! earnest, 'capable women, and it once iey SEE, they are more tqan readr Ledy ..Falconer believes firmly in the sacredness of the pledge taken by (hose who signed the Food Control- ler's vards last fall. It i3 her opinion that the, campaign did an amount good, GTCU among Ihosa who refused to sign, for they were er when' they saw others Living up to II. 't v "Thosg who rfifiiEft to sacrifice are aclually'the she "II j Fashion has decreed that the proper shoes this year are lo be conservative in both patterns and colors. The fashionable leathers will be kid nnd calf and black finished footwear will be worn more upon l. the manufacturers of shoes in lhat count lo operate in the consen-ation oi labor and money by the standardization of_jshoc stvles as far as possible. does not mean lhat this to id as chaperons at Bill's spineless argument that what rayi no one can that the Varsity girl is Indiffer- or In these s.. She is really an eiample to all jNothing Like Internal Bathing for Con- stipation If ppoplft only fcnew what Internal la too much. N'onc of us Is ioing enough. Just think of our ort, our' freedom from and dread! TYe live in peace, with ilenly arouhd tia. and oar eirs are deaf to the reverberations of the gana ol or th6 crlea for food from starring women and children." Sir' Kotiprt and Lady Falconer ar? teen gardeners, and at .their summer In they heCrf n wonder- ful war time garden, where Jast year vegetables were grown to keep them supplied right through ths winter months. They rftlio'chickens too. Larty Falconer hopes and believes before the "season IE out, the whole country will he nmnloir over with potaloss. carrots, beets and ihe olher that the earth yields to the assiduous gardener. exlcnsivcly tlian. heretofore, year's shoes arc less smart br attractive, because, as a matter of fact, they arc not, They arc simply without the former cx- trcmes'iri pattern and variety.of color combination; As a nialtcr of fact, the new designs really have advantages in comfort and economy over the more exaggerated styles of what plainer and sturdier, they, arc more substantial and wilt t give longer In their capacity as shoe- makers to the Canadian Nation, Ames Holdcn McCrcady arc in a poskion to determine wjth.. At the Bay A CATALOGUE OF BARGAINS WHICH SHOULD CERTAIN- LY START OFF OUR WEEK3 BUSINESS WITH A RUSH. TO ATTAIN THIS OBJECT WE HAVE GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION TO VALUESX AND PRICES. Smocks For Ladies and Children We liavo just opened" out o liantleoiuc range of ivhfoil we are Justly proud and Avliii-li u-e you to examine. The colors arc beautifully clear, amongst others being rose, nib Kroen otld cojien- Alsi) in while trimnilngs of rosy, yellow and blue atid the dt'figus arc nbaclutclj' tho last r.onl in tlieso goods. Prices are very moderate, run 11 Eng from to Dry Goods Special For MONDAY G3 pairs only Sheets. Ready hotmncd for us? in S-4 size. These arc 51.50 pair but for Monday only they will ho pair, j. rt, ijt on Internal _ arid perfected the J. B. which has dons more during Iho paV. 20 years In restoring1 health end lessening disease, lhan all olher means combined. Ask Ihe fled Cross Hook Tor Supromc Court civil commtnco on Tuesday next with Justice Scolt presiding. A Ion? Hst 01 Jncluditig flvo jury cases, been set down. One of (he moat Intir- cases on (ho docket U VF. Sldvall -Jormer seasons because, they are on the whole r i fti as Colors will he confined largely lo while, gray and brown. Not only in Canada but in all fashion centres these will ..be.the ac- cepted It may be said further that Dame Faihipn has for once not had undisputed in her de- crees, i because in the United States some authority the movements affecting style changes. We maintain a most important dc- partmcnt devpled to'studying, analysing anil' determining shoe fashions. This fact, combined with the great experience we get in making a tremendous num- ber of shoes in more than eight hundred your'.assurancc that A.M.M. shoes-'reprcsent the latest and most attractive fashions.' Foot-Wear Special For MONDAY -Ladies' Gold Colored Poplin Shoes inch top. Has Span- ish heels and uiedSum vamp. Sizes to 8. Special Mon. Price -will settle tlie owner- SSi ship of the Green Gables corner oppe-i tooklct, "Why Man of Today is Onlyisllc the iwst office. Tho Baalim Motor 'M Per CenL Eifiricnt." V.-IM' are In jiosjession o( the fco lu shovr and cxplnlti property, but .Wallet HOES claims 11 by Ike Cascade to reaton of prior purchase. Tho com' ..._________________, stamped on the sole of every we make', have been in the habit of buying our shots, you already knots) that they represent ndid value. But in your ntxt for the trademark on iht You will find our If AMES HOLDEN McGREADY "Shoe make ?t MONTMMi Special For MONDAY Just 3 doz. Boys' Knick' crbockcr Corduroy Pants Sizes' 21 to 29 as gooil for hard wear. Keg- itlar 51.75. Special Mon. Price TORONTO Wifn yea Furnishing Special For MONDAY Stair'Carpet Tapestry tn 3 .widths, 18 22 In., anil 27 In. The colora nre green, red onrt grey, with fancy liorilcra. Ucfiiilar to 83c yard. All one price for Monday Hudsons' ;