Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914 THE L.ETpBRlDGE DA.tLY HERALD' PAGE Farewell 1 -'Knmvcll Through ten this word ol ]t sli-lta two hearts, Through every joy of life ft sunu'tlmp they will know. Clcmmer. Mrs. K. W. Downer lor the first time this season. .Miss Eilltli Ti-ousc, of Vancouver, has returned 'to tlie city to spend a few weeks with her parents here. Mr. .J. D. Stevenson's liltlo ;.vas'.operated upon at Gilt li'j.ipital'today. son, Uio jiiss (I. Harrison Drai'nwr Lniijc, Calgary. a guest at The marriage ot Margin-cite For- pet, rlflcst daughter (if Sir Rudolph ;..sil :a will 10. SKIN CLUB of private patients..................... 104 Number of hospital days for ward patients, pbjrlng 1113 of hospital days lor ward patients, frco 390 Total number of hospital days for Uio month ...................i 1CU7 Number of operations under gen- eral amii'stliesia Number ol operations under- lo- cal or no anaesthesia 3 Number of patients treated in outdoor department Number of dressings and treat- ments in outdoor department... Number of hospital ambulance fl Tlw hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, the following contribu- tions received during the. moatli liook Store Mrs. J. IS. Hodgson, .Mrs... Charles Knufitson, Mrs. J. S. Green and Mr. W. A. Buchanan. A. Buchanan. Salvation Army. Lethbiidjse 'Flowci Guild, Mrs. L. M. .Johnstonc, Mrs. ily Forfjtt 'lo 'Mr. AlPX. Mar- 1 l take 'plnra at St. Iremee les! Miss Ethel Airil tin; guest of IUis. Alcxliu'Jcr Ami, of Canary. Riis. Ainrand daughter hare ius't re'.tuucii Irom Kitsilano bQjcli, Van- where they spent the suiii- Ivlis.s Aird Was the guestsi I straightway scat fot- a sampler After first nrcuenii at a birthday surprise party! washing with tba ciitldira Soap I applied soino Cutlcunv Qlptment and.I could feel a groat relief. 'After finishing tlio simple I went and got a cake ot Cutlcura Soap and a box of CuUcura Ointment. In ihreo weeUs they hail cured my licad.1' (Signed) 11. llorn, May party of missionaries from thoj Cutlcura Soap and ointment-da BO much maritime j'ruvinres, including L. L. Young and Mrs. "Young, Rev.l 15 llallara St.; ''Aboub two ycareoEoriio dandruff bw'My head y Mj; Rose and Master Harry got aiidlwabs formed on It which and qive mo' tendency to scratch It which .riiiidQ It worse.' I.aJwayahad to vfcar njy hat wbotjibf la tho lioiifio at work or out. When- ever I brushed my hair It sent tlio dandruff ail over. Tho balr citmo out tn great bunches until I was nearly bald uud It was worst It camo out roots and all. '_. "I mode Ifcworw than fora. I tried but thoy wero no good. After nloo like thin I had hardly any hair left wKon onb day I happened to eco the adyortlsomcnfc of Ctillcura Soap and Ointment in tbb paper. for .Viss Ida Fairley, ot Cal-! guuy. on evening, by her! ?.nrt Mrs. W. H. Fairley, Fifteenth AVC-, W. D. Ti fir McDonald Mrs. McDon- fur pooir comploilons, red, hands, und dry. thin and falling hair, and coat GO little, that it Is almost criminal not to usa thoin. I A elnslo soG la often sutUdcnC. Sold, ovcry- .Kuv. b. J. 0. Fr-.iser -and Mt'S. wbero. For liberal free sapiplD of each, with rr, and T dii i Cru Lslnnlt, jj p booK post-card to Drug CtO tn fill fiom Vancoiner for AOhein Cory.Dcpt D. Bo ton, U S :a on September 'A, liave post- J Hieii departure en account of' Arsdale, ot New "York, but hojt to U ab'" In saili t'e raison d1 tire of a bright IPII ntIds in 1 orca thej tea hour function, given testertla, bj of Uclo'or her wsUi, Mrs Alex Smith, Anv women of th? citv, who desire she is1 staying. Sweet peas in profusion. vild sun- v.-ool lo-knit or informat-ion regard-; flowers: and ferns adorned the draw- Swin-zlcr. Uoal Masket. Box of friend. I Case peaches and 2 cases pears of the Hospital Ladies' Aid. Respectfully submitted, F. ROSS, Acting Lady Superintendent. The marriage ..was (juicily celebrat- ed'this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the First Baptist church, of Miss Edna Tripp, of Lcthhridgft, daughter nf Mrs. William Tripp, of that city, and Mr. .Malcolm Stanley McArthur, son of Mrs, McArthur and the late J. B. McArthur, K.C., of Toronto. Titu Rev. Mr. Kborie performed the ceremony in the presence of a few immediate friends. The bride was un- attended. After a honeymoon spent in the mountains, Mr. ami Mrs. Me Arthur will reside in Lethbridge. Herald. Clubs and Societies men at HIE KnHtufg for Mi ff ft cin t'u1 s an cr ut r" Cr In rtn uphelji by Mr Cameron and JIiss Forbes. A duet by the .Misses .Ames and Hazen was .much enjoyed. A Pan-Hellenic meeting of Interna- tional Sororities was held at 'the, home of Mrs, V. .Roland Hebe, where Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Phi and Kappa Alpha Every package of is now tightly; sealed in a waxed wrapper that keeps all the goodness in and every particle of impurity out. New machines installed at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars in the most, up-to- date and sanitary chewing gum factories in the world, are sealing this delicious, long- lasting, low-priced confection for you. the most economical of pastimes- it moistens the mouth- sweetens the breath- whitens the agreeably eases digestion. made clean and kept clean for you in this new air-tight seal. In no other form can you secure as much beneficial enjoy- ment for five- cents. PERFECT GUM Chew it after every meal MADE IN CANADA. Win. Wngley Jr. Co., Ltd, 7 Scott Street, TORONTO Wheeling, No. in the. natural stitches on to two needles, break oil grev color This cm be purchased at the uool, leaving about inch any 01 the large stores about, ct> thread a darning needle with this l The uholt helmet is made in nhs of era to set to work. .Four ounces nf fingering yarn, and two-pins 7 or 8 were represented by Miss Phyllis j inches 51.ID per pound Knitted 11- inch loot; use four .needles, size 14 Cast on 72 on -each needle. Knit three, purl three, for thrcts wool using >t double Slip on to the 1 three plain, three purl Cast onmne- Higmbotham, Mrs fetoltre, Miss Lu cile Eckstorm, Mrs..Hebe and Miss Judith Any visiting tor resi- dent members who wish to.affiliate the organization Kindly phone to Mrs P A Stoltze CALL TO PATRIOTIC WOMEN The., Alexander Qatt Chapter of the! Imperial Daughters ot the Empire are' asking ill patriotic women of tha' citj to give some time to tire very; plain for eight inches. 36 Inches for the instep. Tlie remaining 36 stitches are work- backwards and forwards for 34 rows in rib knit three, purl three alwaj s slipping the first stitch .Gloss -the heel with a French heel thus "Slip one, knit 18, slip one, knit one, pass the slipped stitch knit one, turn Slip one, purl four, purl two to gether, purl one, turn necessary vork of knitting Slip one knit file s'lp one, knit wristlets, socks, etc., for the th front Gi'v s'arn is preferable and s below may help workers their c rk Sock- Ihe patte. V given bemw is that of one, pans the slipped stitch over, knit ene, turn. Slip one purl six, purl two to- gether, purl one, turn. j (Slip, one, knit seven, slip 'one, pass: the slipped stitch over, kint one Slip one, pur] eight, purl two day afternoon in honor of her little 'are experienced fitters are request- mere, Vera iVan Artdato, of New ed to make largei sizes follow ing the York Twelve little guests were bid same general Fcr those who den and spent a happy time m games, alter- which delectable daint- ies were r Report for the Gait hospital for the month of August, 1914 Number of patiouis in hospital Legmmng of month 56 Admittances during month 83 Transients admitted during the month IN HEART OF CITT HOTEL SAW SEATTLE ScoriM of Solid Comfort" .In the centre of Uifop-tlieatrcfl anil 8t6res on both gldus. BnlltlinK obolately w. KWOP Wl4 Number of patients disohargeal during Deaths during the month 1 Number of itaUents in hospital ,6t. end of month t Transients discharged during the month Lowest number (iurini month Highest number dunill "icontli Dally average durlni -mdr.tli 145 41 67 Number ol hosOjUl a small man M''size, and women who together, pi'rl one, con- -------------------1 tmbe liotkmg one more stltch each time until all the side stitches are the last rdv.' will he a purl row Pick up eighteen each side can help still turther bv the it mav be required is purchasing fhat the lor Millinery, Toys, etc. Sale of above only lost a few days longer Miss C Cooksley 13th Street North darning needle one stitch off nrst neerile and then one stitch -ill the second m this way until 5 ou taken all the i troches off the two needles-on to tlie taui- ins needle. Draw the wool ihrough, darn a few stitches down the side of toe to make the firm This casting-ofi docs itb the ridge at. the top of the toe. Helmet or During the progress of the Boer the then Duchc-s ot He-ream, her 81th sel an to manj younger nitii bv knitting a number of sleeping helicet-s for the men at the front. A correspondent who has already made two this suggests that in order to enable others to do like- wise directions should be given here As the making is not difficult and (he caps are going to be much need ed, I am happi to mute my read i, six stitches loosely, knit ffte inch put NO POPE ON FIRST BALUOT Paris, Sept. to dispatch to the Hayas Agency, no'pope was elected on the first or second bal- lots in the conclave cardinals now ct> (no flap te required) now put jn session. four of these stitches thread or taicty pin, and knit TO RAISE A rema nder for five and a hali incnes, mark oit eighteen at eac.h end Winnipeg Man Sent Heather of the heel. now 28 stitches on each side of the needle Knit plain, decreasing every row liy .knitting two (2) together on each 'hack needle lii-ading ona plain Ijiltch hetween the two knitted to- got ter, and the instep nee-die) until j you have reduced the 38 stiMics to 18 sti'ches KHit plain for rounds. needle Knit two, knit two together, knit plain to uithm foul of the end, knit two together, Knit- two. Second needle Knit two, knit two together, knit plain to the em! Thirjl plain to Within four stitches of the end, knit fmo toffi thcr, Init two, two plain Kiimds Repeat these three rounds mv fil you tcduucd your stitches to JO (file ol back needle, and ten (ho front) Cast oil thus Diuilc these twenty MILLION the rou to "and iro, knitting m theils nm> rals'ns (UIllls the Patriotic last stitch of each, row with one tastituted by the Oovsr- nor-General the Duke ol Gonnaug'it. The i-it> hopes to LYPAD. There are many imita- tions of this best of all fly kjllers. WUion't, bo sura you and avoid dii th" en stitches till ail are used up. Pick up thirty -stitches at the side, knit off tbe twentyrfour .stitches on the tlurcad or safety pin knit back, pick up thirty stitches, on the otner side, leaving rour belou (cr fne if no flap is required) Knit inches cast off loosely, up the side Uhlan Cap- CoHun hi a Worsted Knit- ting Yarn, 3 hanks i strel knitting needles Ko 8 or 10 Instructions .Cast on 06. .'stitches', 32 on of 3 needles, knit 2, purl 2, round and round, until the. strip is 14 inches long Cast oft 24 stitches lousdj the opening for the face Knit 2 purl 3, backwards and forwards, for 8 (about 1 inch) Cast on 24 shlehes looselj, and on I 3 necilcs, knit 2, purl 2, round and' round for 28 rounds. -Knit7 one round plain then knit 30 stitches plain, plain knit 30 Pitches plain, Hint 2 together Repeat irom around ou havt. narrowed 3 stitches Continue in these 3 places! m round until you have 27 j stitches left Knit 1 round plain Bind] off PPSS a piece of jam through all the Etitclws around the opcnj.ig at the top of the cap, draw up tightly and sew f'rmli together This cap (.an .ils.01 knit on 2 needles and sewed up Stitches and proportion teinjt the same. Pulse Worsted Knit- ting A i, t, vank 4 siucl knitting, needles No. 10. Instructions Cast on 52 stitches Kuit 2, purl 2, for abiut 35 Or iO coundi Bind oil lo.sslj H desired, tht last 6 o'inds may be knit ot contrjistmR tilor CHASE HORN'S SEAL BRAND COFFEE SATISFIES. Poclud In t> two Uo> only CHASE 8ANBORN MONTREAL.