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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. 1918 f HE 'LKTHBMDr.E DAILY HERALD page. nine the proceeds-to the Bailors' Comforts Knni!. Tills process is the invention of Mrs. Charles MacKay, of J>�tti-bridgo.-The Ottawa Citizen.    ,;. .j .;. * ifj to in.e tiM | f,,,(i rnruty (hp1 {(oftilfiB-' Koason churches and societies * > * ? O > Mrs. .T.P. Irwin lias returned to Barons after- a short visit to Lethbridge. Her two nistem. Miss Francis and Miss Zera' 'Dunsworth, accompanied her.. *- * * Miss Minnie 'Atchison returned yesterday from Calgary, where she visited during the Kaster season. *  * Miss Ethel Preston of Calgary is visiting her sister. Mrs. n. Davidson.    -Mrs. Perc^; Forater of the Primary department,, and Mrs. Skeith of the in- termediate department of Wesley church are attending the .Sunday school convention in C'algury. * * Mr. and Mrs. P. A, Stoltze returned on Saturday from a trip to Chicago and' other American cities. Master Billie DavidHoh, son of Hoy Davidson- is nuHe-JU. with pneumonia. Mrs. C. 10, Cragg and .Mrs. J. .1. Has-kerville, of-Wesley church, . left yesterday to ''attend the A-fbevUi Sunday school convention. + > - * * .Mrs. Donald Van Home, who lias been visiting in Lethbridge. returned yesterday to her home in .Clarosholm. . m *  . Miss Blanche and Miss Madge Bas-korville are attending the ("amp Fire Girls  section of the. Alberta Sunday school convention in. Calgary. * ti- * Miss D. Lang and' lWsie Robinson- are delegates to the teachers' convention in Kilmoiifon. * * * Mrs. Nellie Mediing is one of those who registered (o work to release men for seeding operations. , The regular monthly meeting of Knox church Ladies' Aid will bo held tomorrow afternoon 'at three o'clock in (Jie school room of the church; GENERAL Q *� ** social EVENTS v o o ,? > : : > > l > weddings : | National kitchens ;>rc to be xtnrtoil 'throughout Ci'-al llrllain at once. Ylicy 0 ' are lo h;> fur all classes, rich ami poor. 5* ' without dislinction as to position or >> I inconii'. Local authorities will own {�and work the, kitchen:-. Hole].-; and -5 j res i an rants hiny liecome \iart of uie �s.vsieni, even the hoiiso of commons ;| (I-.'iiiiig ioom i.-i not onlsidi' Hie naiional kitchen view of C. 10. Kpenrer Jtliondda's director of national ens. When kitchen": are working Hpeuce.r intends them to wor A war place in fronts of mies is papers wedding which actually loo!;1 No Man's Lund bet ween t\�hy not make it BETTER Coffee? Coffee at its BEST, in fact- ] SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet "Perfect Coffee-Perfectly Made", it solves the problem. 192 CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL There is Nothing Like it, Nothing that can take the place of wbro's If you are troubled with dandruff, falling hair or itchy acalp, there is a world of comfort in NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. Try it. One application will convince. The feeling of coolness, the sense of cleanliness  and the exquisite odor are things you cannot forget HERPICIDE is an efficient dandruff eradicator, a delightful hair dressing, a cleanser and an antiseptic. NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE gives the hair h softness and luxuriance that is always associated with the use of this acalp prophy-. . lactic. Hair that isn't healthy cannot be jpretty'and attractive. HERPICIDE by rendering the scalp sweet and clean, makes the hair healthy and keeps it bo. ^ It is indispensable to the j ^toilet-not a luxury, but a requisite. '' SEND 10 CENTS FOR SAMPLE BOTTLE AND BOOKLET Ev�*y man and woman is exposed to the *Uuek� ot dandruff which i� contaa-ioua and ninety nine out ot vmy hundred ure sufTurinic from It'a annoyances. The booklet published by Tba HarpleUs Company, on the hair and ita care, is of intense interest, and HERPICIDE itaeUitanmriationtoatt. A sample bottle of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE and the booklet will bvaent io any address upon receipt of T�m Cents in postage or's'llver to edver cost of nackinaT and mailing. Address THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. S. Detroit, Mich. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00-Sold Everywhere-Guaranteed by The Herpicidc Co. Applications at the better barber shops and Beauty Parlors. Demand Genuine Herpicide and GET IT. ^ . special AGENTS-j. d. hisinbotham fi. co., ltd. 0 : : ? pairs. Grade V.-Mel'ba Furiium Jean Melvin 1. Annie Alexander 1, Hcr-nice Cameron 1, Maggie, Twaddle 2, Marjorjc Martin 1. Margaret Asplin L.Erma Bryan 1, Mabel' Bol.ham 2, Helen McKillop 1, C. L. Ttenholme 2. Total. 15 pairs. 1 Grade VI.-Mary McLeod 4. May-Hardy Lillian Bixby .T, Adair Simpson Stella Driver :',. Maude. Ihltfon :i, Helen Colpman Aerial Carson :!. Marjoric Hosaine 2. lidiih Bav.den Ethel Jackson 2. Kathleen Colpman 2. Vinnie Burritt 2, ivy Adams 2, lidlth Ball 2. Louise Osborne 2, Reggie- I3nr-nard 1. Herbert Codcl L Winnie Osborne 1, Mable Parker I, Tilly Goodman 1. Jim Jackson 1,' Klsie Bntemari L Lytlie Audet 1, Helen Hamilton 2. Total. 51 pairs. , Grade VI.-Virginia Seltzer 10. Roberta MacKay in, Helen Boyden (t, Lillian Knapman 5, Helen MaeCary ]; Dorothy Mannings ", James Adams 1, Doris Neuveux 2, Kditli Hallworlb 1, Lottie Blunt 3, Madeline Ilallwarth 1, LaRlta Huhliard i, Kmma Green 1, Xora Marrs 1, Marion Crawford 1, Winnie Scott. ,1, Margaret Stafford 1. Agnes Hamilton 1, Acllyn Sparks 4, Helen Goldstein 1, Geoffrey Wadding-ton 1. Rita Whitney 1. Total 50 pairs. Grade VH.-Margaret Niven 4, Florence Church 1, Janet Twaddle :',, Annie Gibson 1, Thelma Fitzpatrick 1, Lydia Hardy :t. Total, 13 pairs. ' Grade VIII.-Margaret Duncan 8. Total 185 pairs. Queen Quality The Ideal Apparel for Women Who Seek the Most Exclusive A Our assortment of coats, suits and dresses shows garments, the prettiest and most stylish of the season. Women will find in our fashionable display, all that is smart and exclusive. F. THAELL 608 Third Avenue S. : I* major jack ross chapter > i > > !*>> ? **>> > I The Major Jack Ross Chapter LO. ' D.E. is sending today t> dozen pairs I of socks to the British sailors. Siuco j the last iist. was published, socks have j been received from: Marie Ftooney 1 ; pair, Katie Kugofshi 1, Mary Regalia : 1, Rosie Rajcsanyi 1. Mary blotch 1, Beatrice Lloyd 1, Mrs. Russell 4. Mrs. I Wright 2, Mrs. Wakelin li. Mrs. J. ; Hunter 2, Mrs. Stickley 1, Edna Ber-; nard 2, Margaret Popson 1, Julia Chn-: mic 1, iSlsio Bardet I, Mary Pincbank 1, .Mrs. Oliver Long 1. Mrs. Muggins i 1, Mrs. C. Westley 1, Mrs. Conybeare : st, Miss Sadie Hunter 1. The Chapter i is most grateful for the work done. Special Values in WALLPAPER it NATIONAL COUNCiL OF WOMEN �* �# �j� �*� ' *t# !* *I* *3* FOR A FEW DAYS our big new spring stock at per single roll 10c to 40c all the new patterns shown G. G. OLANDER HARDWARE 524 15TH STREET N. I The executive of the National Coun-I'cil of Women meeting at Ottawa, will | appeal to the Government and tlie I Legislature, asking for remedial legislation at the forthcoming parliamentary session in regard to the social evil. A resolution prepared by. the Local Council of Hamilton to this' etfect was brought in and endorsed. The women view with graye concern the widespread prevalence of venereal diseases throughout the community, as adduced by careful investigation of competent medical authorities during ihe past three years, and the equally alarming pre-, valence of feeble-mindedness among children and young persons, resulting in grave misdemeanors and immorality. .The executive were opposed to th,o bringing into Canada of Chinese labor, as suggested in a resolution sent in from the women of Victoria, B. C. J It wus decided to hold the annual meeting of the National Council al Bruutford, Out., the first week in June. It was also decided to" ask' thn 1 Federal Governniev* to have Jill' ''a- WELL fitting and smartly tailored clothesTaddfto.ohe s self-^) respect and aid in business." We recommend Society Brand Clothes to men who demand the best in style and tailoring-clothes expressing refinement and individuality. Come in and see the new Spring models./ McKelvie & McGuire Lethbridge "STYLE HEADQUARTERS" - WHERE SOcTeTY BRAND CLOTHES 'ARE - SOLD ;