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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ttrsday. april f�. tf)t� MILADI * �> Mrii. A. H. Orrripby of 'ruruiiti), is i Kumt f li�'r rtlstcr In l.nv, .\Ir,i. i; ii AiniHtroiiK. Mill SI s. Mis. oriiiNl�y hSH dt'Votcd aiurti of Uit liwr III tho advntu it Is  'xprrii'd that SkI, K 1' Sl.'uail uiU loon l)i Iciilay from atli'iidlnK llu' Clrls' Con ' lcr i'lty lo t*'arh in Wi'.^t tiiinsi i-r hiIiooI. .Mr. .Aiisiln ,1 Ski-llli. ii atiidoni of Peddle Instlluti'. lilKhstown, N J , hoii ,c)f*.Mr. K. K. f.keiili, of l,hrid�ii\' i with the preHldont, M^s- I'lihaiii. i:i : tlu' chuir    I ��;�>�� * DRIVERS PROPOSED pagf: rlevbh  Mrs .lnd|,'( .laiksoii eiiiei Mim ,| ,\ few fiienils ai a r;in|ile of talil''- . � hrldne lasi evening In iioi: ir m Mcs'leol' tinesls, Mis KosH'i' .Mr'^, Stevt'lisoll A lUnst i lljoy;:' .e time was ^,)|('ilI     � ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > �: : � � � > ? '> * ? ? ? : .> The general nieeilm; of l!ie Majo-Jael. Koss Cliapier 1,(1 DK. will Ii.' held at the Ued Cni.s rooms nu 'I'hiir.sday evening at i.L Tlii, aiier atlDn in tho day ifi beint; made m\;iii-', lo the yisll of Mime Catni.Mu en I'riday.    '! he ladie.s' sv.iiiiin.ui; .mil ;-v!iii;ii eliiiu elasKes Hurler l!ie aiisimis oi the Woinenti Clyie eluh will lie hel,i tomorrow fiveninn as usual. Ii is iHKi'ntly reinieated that all liitenilini; meinber.s attend. a.s reccjitly Die ela.sxes have heeu so hadly aHemlnl that linleflrt more adv^nla^;e Is tak'ii of the lirivik'ko exiellded Id ilic |.i,J les of this city by llie V M.C,.,\ i oiii Milltee. the c!asM In order that the whist drive and dance may comiiuMue on lime. All members are a; ked lo kindly donate RomethinK toward tb:> refreshments It will alRO bo greatly appreciated if Demonstration of B & I - Also The --------- New Princess Corsets --From---- April 8th to 13th For every figure, the new styles of B. & I. are a revelation to those who haven't seen them and a distinct advance over anything previously attempted in Canada. Every model in Modern Corsetry to suit the individual needs of the multitude of wearers can be had in the Bias Filled Corset Line. The moder i corset is designed to control the lines of the body and to give that tailored look which imparts individuality to the wearer. This the Ulas rilled Cornel anomplish by their great variety of Htyles and ninii'.niremonts, among which a model can bo tound to suit any figure. Jn selecting any of these models you have at your disposal the services of Madame M. Hoar, a special B. & 1. Corsetlere from Toronto, who In at preHent in ullemlanre In our (;or�et Heetlon who will give valuable aid In the pro curlnis of the corset, host suited lo your p�r-ttciitar riciire and will personally fit you. JrriE 260 rhe Above Are a Very Few of the Different Models We Have In Stock As We Carry a Complete Line of Both B & I and New Princess MISS CAMERON 604 Third Ave. S* W'onietl -i I ee! . -iIPi Ini;..' ^Il-e no :i'i' , aiel il is Jiisl po:,:'i -freef cat' parifoi tl^ i: If the I,'dies � ' lie.v are al 1 o 1m \ � cfoiiij; wliai ha; i ' ' red nian's m oik , - I ' lie laeTiihi : I'l on ihe striei ra i iliey desire !ea\. . r '.iiniiie:' lo Hit, 1 (, . � la'l lo lei Ih.'r. (ilf � teiopoiaiih \, 1 "t >f eolirse t he m" I johs hark ill Ilie 1: 1 'V III M.' said Ciiiir,1: li.K He, .'.id iv: I line i .� here w ie !i , employ niioe woimiii , leellm III'' lll'Il .1 .. of farm iironiu limi \: lie slit^hti st rioiilii i'l' aial-:e j^ood. Wi- u n Iheiii a.! �e have i,, : itiil the Honii-n r.'.'i ; and they will be i -ui'i.,!. i- luntry bid'orc' I lo' v. ,i r i Till) Herald iiiiiler .' ii.i of the niDtormcii h.'-. '� ;i-1 'oiiimissioner l"i e. :i .'iii e. hu ii; fill t iliat the nioliir:iii 'I ^ ai'es round the $li'i i'mcI; iie must pay for hi \\\ whlh) farm band' .iie average of $Ta a muiii li , i'l 'iiiite liki.'ly thai . riilie A .; � 4 LMOST everything you eat nowadays costs ZA more than it used to-except FRY'S COCOA. ^ Here, at the same price, you get the fine, rich, delicious nourishment that has made FRY'S famous for 200 years. The manufacturing process being exclusive, the result is a Cbcoa of exquisite flavour, very soluble and economical. Your money can hardly buy an equal quantity of nourishment in any other food. You can easily prove this by- getting a tin of FRY'S to-day. Truft economy-naMB FRY*S to , THE CRICKET � � �  lletroit, Aiii-il ] Dear Dorv .\nu -Kaster day is ju-it I over. .All the lillles from the churcli I altars wltli their bje.sjied ni'ssages of i Ufo are on their way to hospitals and � liiflrniarles l"he hallelujah cimnts of; victory liavi- died |� the hlghen; arch 1 e3 and in the darkened cluircbes. the prayers and iho.iglits of thousands of. worshi!i|iei s ai' mounting up o (lod like a swell iiuem^e that siill lingers i In liie air and will not immediauly deparl. Never h,i� I'Juster iiieani so ' much to the World! With our dear-i ! eat and besi passing on Ihe fields of' \ Krance, Jems I'.ifl of immortal life 1 ; was never so ineffably sweet. Clre.u I er love halli no tnan than this thai I ft man lay down his life for a iriend. Our hoys are following In his foot I HtepM I shut iiiy e.\ cs in tiling over ihe iin i presslons of i'^isier and bcforo ii�>' I j .SI e again flo�.rs everywhere, glor-! Ions splotches of i'olor in Ihe cit*'s I thoroughfare, ilie llroadway market with its high piled booths of vege-tablu.s and flowers that make onu plue to be one of ilie puinling brother-|li;�)(l. The booth run by Italians were the most elaborately deeoratod. most fanciful designs being carried out. In (icie liooili devoted to ee the multiludlnous varieties of food. Many of the early greens come fro u the "petite I'lile," a Kreneh Cunadiun SHttlemeut near Aiuht-ihtburg. They are wonderful market gardeiu r^^. And in the New York ninrketa iJm l*utUe t'ote Is well kuunfo ffir Its wti4u)er(ul vegetables. Boom day 1 wtiuUi llkd to tell you more about this little country In Bi-��� t'uuDty. Jj^ut to �At listtk tu tbtt ICkKter flow- ers, lletroit, more than any other eity 1 h.ivH ever been in. made a great display of flower.s on that ilay. Hr ! indeed wis ihe family tliui diiln'l have a fri'sh f.ower in their window. To me ii was a liopeful sign of better days in Detroit, that on one day In the year at 'east the people desired a -yuiiioi of purity and sweetness (ireiil jii'i^ of Imlhs stood in the win-ilous of the weaiiliy and the gay searlei geraniums. Ihe briglii lillle si.sier of Iho poor, lightened many of the dullest and greyesi windows. Wasn't it Abiaiidin Lincoln who said (Iriii must l(/ve the coninioti peojde. li.' iiiude so many of them." .So must lie love Ibis hardy little flower that hiootUH in sit many of their honie.s. Skirts are fearfully narrow, my dear one. Voii will have to curb your swinging stride. I tore one lasl week, a spanking new one too. 1 ran for a car with my old "abandon" when rip. lip. a dreailful .sound. And I could have wept, as 1 viewed tile wreck ot my rJlS model. The new walk to go with these akirls Is a cros.s lietween the griipeviue wiggle and a dub fool hop. I am trying lo master it but I have suHpiclons a tlerinan is at the bottom of this whole propo.silion. They know luiw imi>ortant we women are and this is just one way of de-forming ns and tying us up as useless package.*. Vou know when we wore these skirts before it took ns some years to walk as iiiimaif hclngi again. L-;uit coals aie of evwy variety, some knee Knglh. very gnii-eful for tall stately women. others iluring much al tin' hips. Wliile of course I here is the popular bolero we! read so much aboul. It is most pop-^ nlar. but Mills best, tile blight young | girl in her teens .As lu other sea-tains Ihe mannish looking dark blue' serge modes in all varieties of styles I looks smartest. Some are trimmed in J the shiny varnished braids and have ; Ijretiy braid ornaments with perhaps , i\ pretty lillle ji.irrow silk He fini.-ihed 1 with a timeh of color In beads or silk. Nearly all have gas lillle vests of broadeuce even now. ? ON ITALIAN FRONT > Kome, April An official statement laaueil today by the � Italian War Department Nayii: "(n the ABtago Bksla our hostile lines. Hetween Sslgmda and Zenson a lively rifle fire ot the epemy. "On the rest ot the front > there was no avent of Imiwrt- ? ance." HELD A8 H08TAGC London. April !). -M. Kunieneff. who some time ago was appointed Bolahe-viki ambassador to France and was arrested in Finland, will be held by the Finnish White Ciuurds as a hos- 4   tugn, Reuters PctrogrMT.Wireapon* dent reports. In reply to a requeat made by the Russian authorities following the reque!it for his release, thg White Guards said he would be held pending the receipt of guarantees ot non-interfeceneo in Finnish affairs by Russian Red Guards. Dentistry Was ^Practised in Ancient Egypt but it Was Per-Ifected in Modern America. So when we speuli of .High Grade Amerlenn Dentistry \ tho phrase is not an elttnty one borrowed to enhance tka tulue of our practice. It has real significance because each of ns received bis training lu' the foremost of American Dental '.olleges. Nor without truthful significance Is our stater.>.ent. DenUstry As W� PractUe It b t GmUe Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nekon Hif h Grade American Dratutry Ott Blk., 4 Doart fram Ladtbridge Hatd, Utkbridra LETHBRIOOC, ALBERTA ^ CALQ/^RV ifripf-IHA PIOMTH AVfMMK I. �0MOI^N^FICC~3,CRMTAi.L aLOaK ;