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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A\'15DNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1918 THE LE'lKBKlDCil-: DAILY JIEUALD PAGE ELEVEiN FARMERETTES Tiio.v ai-e through with suffragetUng, Tliny liuvo !b1(I aside their UnltUng; They aro gaily I'armereltfng Where Uu: butterflies are flitting And the wiggly, woolly caterpillar feeds. TVhoji tlu! little meadow-sparrows Chirp ihGlr morning obligates, Tn the vegetable marrowB And the lurnlps and tomatooH They arc waging deadly warfare lliQ weeds. on ^And Uiey'll bring a finer order To tlin pleasant rural places; .They will trim the garden border, \Vanh the cauliflowers' laces And improve the heifer's quarters iu the shed. Oh. they'll fill the land with brlght-nesis. And till- bull win cease to bellow. And they'll teacli the pig politenetss, And with ditties soft and mellow Jhey will put the young asparagus to bed. -Arthur Guitei'uian in l^lfe. � * * PERSONAL  Mr. J. Home and Miss Jessie Horne are visiting in Edmonton. Mr. ,1. I. Pulton has returned to High River.    Mr. aud Mrs. E. R. Thomas have moved to 215 10th St. South. �   Mr. and Mrs, H, G. Long and little daughter Dixie, left yesterday to visit with. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cutler at Cai-dston.  * � Miss Dorothy Bentley, who has been visiting at Daygland, has returned to the oity. � �  Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knight and family wore visitors in Magrath tor the week-end. � �en Miss Nicholson, formerly of Leth-bridge, vi.'ilted la the city last week enroute from the coast. While in Vic- The Foot Toggery . BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AfES. Shoe Values Here Is Where You Get It If you want a shoe for sei'vice and comfort which Is neat and dressy, see the values �wo aro showing In- Patent Vamp, cloth top, welt soles with Cuban heels, shorter tops, button n ||/v style. Regular price $5.50 and.....0�lrU This is the old pre war price with pre war wear value. The shapes are all good. A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY W. NELSON i& Co. GOR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S.-SHERLOCK BLOCK Co > �� toria sho was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Renter, who at one time resided here. Mr. Router was moat successful on a fishing trip during her visit there, making a huge haul of trout, the smallost weighing pounds. Miss Nicholson left yesterday for Ymir, near Nelson, where .she is In charge of the hospital. � * � Mr. and Mrs. .T. Horne, ^liss ,lesBle Horne and Mr.' and Mrs. A. C. Saunders were motor visitors In Calgary for the week-end.  *  Misses Gene-'iave and Annie Han-rahan have returned from vl.siting at Helena, .Montana. * * * Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hai-man have returned from Vancouver, where Mrs. Harraau has been spending the summer. * * * 7:  � * > , Wrjuld tho now members who are to sign Ihu roll kindly attend. mm* The first of a sericis of miscellaneous showers in aid of S(. Patrick's bazaar will be held a(, tho residence of Mrs. M. McMahon, r,'>2 11th Street South, on Wednesday aftornoon, September 18, The ladles arc all askod to patronize this shower. m m m The ladies of St. I'.Ttrick'.s and frtfthds meet for Red Cross sewing Thursday afternoon.  *  The regular nieetiuK oC Dominion Rebokah lodge will be hold Thursday evening in I. O. O. I', hall at eight o'clock. Visiting members welcome.      SOCIAL EVENTS *   Mrs. C. E. Brandov,- cntPriained the Protheon Young Ladies' Uible Class at her home last ovf.-niug. A brief business meeting was hold, officers elected for the class for the coming term, and plans outlined for the fall v/ork. after which tho evening was spent in games and niu;-ic. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Brandow and the evening was brought to a close by tho repealing of the Hindu prayer. The officprs elected were as follows: President, Misx IJngard; vice-president, Mrs. Sumner; secretary, Miss Perkins; treasurer, Miss Burrows. are most interesting As more and more home dressmakers are beginning to sew for themselves, and consequently are taking a deeper interest In tho new Fall materials, our Silk Section is showing marked activity. New Shipments Are Arriving at the Store Almost Daily Sometimes it is a small packet by parcel post; sometimes an entire caee is received by freight. The designs and coloring are, nf course, the very latest and the lengths are limited �o that your dress or waist will be at once new and Individual. ? > ? : ? : ? WEDDINGS Sunlight Wash A Sunlight Wash Day is free from the toil and labour usually associated with washing, because Sunlight Soap washes clothes beautifully clean and white without rubbing or scrubbing. ? J* > *l* >  "t* NIELSON-WacDONALD At the home of Mr. J. H. R Green,! yesterday, the wedding was solemuiz-ed by Bishop Geo. W. Green, of Miss Miriam N"wUng MacDonald. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angus .MacDonald, of Leicester, Eng., aud Mr. Earl Moroni Nielson, of Ne.w Dayton. After the ceremony a dainty lunclienn was served by Mrs. Olivia Green, assisted by Mrs. D. E. Harris- and Airs. Edna Green and Miss Olga Anderson. Among the many beautiful presents was a cabinet of silver from the staff of the Ellison Milling Co.. with whom Mrs. Nielson was employed. . * * ' * : : : ? ? * NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT ?  .;. .> o : Schooltime is Children's New Ribbon Time Quite naturally, a girl of 10 to 12 years of age requires any quantity of new ribbons and she wants the kind that will stand up-that when she makes a bow it will stay tied-one that will keep its stability without having to constantly be placed in position. Just such ribbons as these in plain or moire effects are here in abundance. Quite a number of floral effects and borders, also to be found in widths from 4 to 9 inches at prices to fit all purses. Fancy Dresdens 4 to 9 inches wide. Per yard, 50c to $2.25. Satin Ribbons 7 inches wide. Per yard, 85o. Moire Ribbons 4 inches wide. Per yard, 50c. 6 Inches wide. Pep yard, 85c. Duchess Satins In all colors and widths, from, per yard, ^y^c to 75c. Silk Baby Ribbons All Colors. 1.^-inch. Per yard, ZYzc. %-inch. Per yard, 4c. 1 2-inch. Per yard, 5c. FOR INSTANCE! YESTERDAY WE UNPACKED A Most Beautiful Range of i These have pure white grounds with white satin stripes on which are woven longtitudlnal stripes In varying widths, of the most clear and beautiful colors such as Oln-Gold, Rose, Navy, Green, Black, etc. Some are 'single stripes, others double and then there are Roman Strtpai, in fact all tho new combinations. The regular value of these goods is |2.25 a yard but they will be placed on sale THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, at the price below HABITAU SILKS FOR "The Amateur?," Mr. Richard Hincks and party are going to do their bit toward providing the boys at the front with Xmag giilts. It is the Intention of the Couipariy to present a pfbgramme of playlets toward November, and a new, and original scheme will he intrpduced. The back of eVery ticket will be blank, to be filled in by tho purchaser with their name and address, together with the name aud address of a soldier at the front. The names on every ticket turned In at the doors op the evening of the entertainment Will be forward.; ed to the Overseas Club Tobacco Fund who will forward an Xmas present to the soldier named on the ticket. A postcard will also be enclosed in order that the gift can be acknowledged by the recipient. The value of the parcel will be double the price paid for the ticket, so that the purchaser will be receiving a splendid night's entertainment, and also providing some bo,v at the front, with an Xmas gift of tobacco. ? ? ? * ? ? ? ' COLOR CLIPS. ? �.� ? ? being the surest, gentlest, purest of all cleansers is kind to the clothes they last evf r so much longer-kind to tfic hands, too. Every cake carrie?.the Sunlight $5000 guarantee of purity. Aihy/m do is >j(the '^wet clothes yvith Sunlight-rc^l^ each garment tigt(tiy>and leave toispi^k. ^:*Lat^r you riofiW^thoroughly. If^bi^'rt^^ ing or ? relentlessrubbing. The dirt jiiiBt really drops out. You can go out shopping-or do other work-^while Sunlight is actually cleaning the clothes for you. Good news, isn't it? Its true. Try Sunlight for your-; self and see. LEVER BROTHERS/; LIMITED, Toronto 9 Ladles, it you would be up to tho latetet keynote iu colors this fall, you must refer to them iti the new terms. Plain brown has lost its prestige; hereafter It will be known as "tobacco brown." or "capuchon brow." The modest grey of the Quakers is now the aristocracy of the color world, carrying the name of "taupe," "mouse grey" or "elephant grey." . Should you see a piece of beautiful plash in greenish fawn, do not show your ignorance in thus designating It; call it "reindeer," while should you see velvet of a golden brown here, refer to it by the liquid terras of "syrup.'' The food controller had very little to say when (he fashion Authorities got busy, for touches of wine, burgundy, prune and paprika are quite the. lat eat as trimming.s, Pekln blue, beige, vermilUon and terra cotta rank among the popular shades, and should you hear a group of feminists chattering in undertones about clothes you may rest assured they are refer ring to a "Blue Devil" suit. PROMINENT CALGARIAN ON FORGERY CHARGE Calgary, Sept. 11.-L. H. Doll, one of the old timers of the city, at one time an alderman, for many years a prominent business man, was arrested yesterday on a charge of forgery. He Is at present behind the bars at police headquarters. His case will come up for hearing at 'the police court this morning. Several days ago Doll made out 'a cheque for ?1.00 to himself on the Merchants bank and had It certified. It Is, said he then raised the amount to $1000. He displayed this 'to a num-\)er of people in the city. , '^i RBINCE BUPERT FIRE,. Prince Rnpert, B.C., Sept. 11.-Sii dwelling liousea in Port Bssington are in ashes and six families are homeless and have lost all their' possessions. The fire, which thi'Mreened to destroy the v'llage, -was checked near the canjiex'I�8. YARD See These Beautiful Silks V in Our Windoivs ELKS GRAND LODGE Victoria, Sept. 11.-The grand lodge of the Benevolent Order of Elks of Canada this morning decided to hold next year's re-union at Regina. Officers for the next year were elected as follows: Grand exalted ruler. W. T. Perkins, Windsor, Ont. (re-elected); Grand leading knight, W. A. Shaw, Vancouver; Grand loyal knight. L. B. E3d-wards, Woodstock, Ont.; Grand lecttir-ing knight, K. .1- Lynch, New Westminster, B.C.; Grand inner guard, Alex Eden, Victoria; Grand tyler, H. N. Freeman, Nanaimo, B.C.; Grand Kirkby's Special For Thursday "Cherry Cake" ONE DAY ONLY, HALF PRICE Regular price, 60c a lb. THURSDAY 30c This cake is made in accordance with the regulations of the Pood Board. Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board Licence Number 5-2386 secretary, ,T. A. Klllingsworth, St. Thomas, Ont.; Grand treasurer, W. P. McMann, St. Thonias, Ont.; Grand esquire, J. K. Renwick, Regina, Sask.; Gj-and ohaplaiu, E. J. Flanlgan, Vancouver; Grant trustees (three to be elected for two years, two eastern trustees having another year to run), W. T. Perkins, chairman; H. B. Bee-bier, Richmond, Que., and William Moore, Vancouver. FR08T IN NEW ENQLANO. Boston, Mass., Sept. 11.-Crops in various sections 6f the NeW EMglRnd states suffered damage from fro