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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1918 "f-iS LETHimilJUK DAILY UKHALD Getting Ready for Another BIG SALE Friday and Saturday $2,000.00 Worth of New Spring Merchandise arrived since the fire, selling at actual cost for quick sale. Consisting of Raincoats, Coats, Neckwear, Waists, Corsets and Children's Waists, Curtain Scrims, Cretonnes, Wash Suitings, Foulard Silks and Striped Taffetas, Boys' Wash Suits, Girls' Wash Dresses, Umbrellas, Bathing Suits, Ladies' Underwear, etc. EVERYTHING MUST BE CLEARED OUT BY SATURDAY NIGHT AND WILL GO ON SALE FRIDAY MORNING AT 9.00 O'CLOCK AT ACTUAL COST. CLARKE & CO. PAGE ELEVEN Opp. Graham Garage Dominion Block Toronto, Apr. 10.-Following pro-German remarks and after being blamed for threatening soldier's widow with nn iron bar, Frederick Spade, said to ue of German parents, wan dragged from his home by forty or fifty returned soldiers at 0 o'clock last night and made to kiss the flag and sing as much an he knew of "God Save the King," after which he was liberally coated with tar and sprinkled with feathers. It is said he knew two lines of the National Anthem, and he was kicked for the rest. club of St. Augustine":-! were much appreciated by the people to whom \vc sent thorn. 03 calls lor women for day's work were supplied: IT tails for men. A very pleasant surprise came lo us this month in the, sfcupe of a donation of ?f>0 from a woman we had helped and who is now in butler circumstances. Although every dollar of lliis money was earned and saved by li"v. self with a view to paying us back, in addition to this she provided for several small children. (Signed) A. ~S\. T1U.KV. Sup I. i MILADI * * ? THE CALL OF SPRING ? * : ? � ? ? : > ? > ? ? ? ? > > �! O > -* '� " > : WAR TIME CAKE One pound raisins, two lablcspoon-ftils lard, one loaspncnl'iil allspice, three cupfuls brown s'.^ar. one (en-spoonful cinnamon, tinea eupfuls water. Boil together five minvites, when cold mix with four eupfuls flour, four tea'spnonfuls water. Boil together f'ivo minutes, when cold mix with four eupfuls l';';iir, four teaspoonftils baking- powder, one iea-spoont'ul salt. Sift. beat, together and bake slowly one hour. MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP Miss Lindshy has returned visiting friends in Great Falls. from With thelTabove 'words'," Lillian Russell, an unquestioned authority, on feminine attractiveness, places no uncertain value on nice hair as a beauty asset. Unkempt, uncared for hair not only cannot be, attractive but is actually a disgrace, i But why have ill-kept, untidy hair? By devoting a few moments regularly to brushing and intelligent application of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE,1 the hair may be made to yield wonderful returns in, increased personal charm. ' t _ ' _ � Dandruff is" the direct "cause "of more hair trouble than anything else.' The hair becomes thin, harsh, uneven and falls out in quantities. v It looks dead and lifeless; there is no luster. The scalp itches. . HERPICIDE will remove the dandruff which is causing all the trouble, clean the scalp, give the hair life, snap and luxuriance. The hair stops coming out, the itching ceases almost at once and withal there is a most gratifying sense of clunliness. To the woman who wishes to make the most of nature's gifts by having fluffy, beautiful hair, NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE is a toilet, necessity. It is exquisitely" perfumed and is a delightful hair -dressing. , in 50c and $1.00 sizes. At drug stares and toilet goods counters everywhere. Guaranteed by The Herniddc Co. Applications at the better Barber Shops and Hair-Dressing Parlors. Send 10 cents for sample bottle and booklet to The Hcrplcidc Co., Dept. S. Detroit. Midi. Miss Merle O'Hagan returned from Calgary yesterday afternoon. � �  Misses Lorna and Adair Simpson, of Lethbridge, who have been the guests of Mrs. A. A. Southard, returned home yesterday. Miss Helena Simpson is remaining for the week. -Calgary Daily Heraid. / * * * Mrs. Terry Black and two children who were the guests of Mrs. Black's sister, Mrs. McCambly for the Easter holidays returned to their home in High River on Monday.  � m Mi*, and Mrs. Leo M. Coombs have moved into their recently purchased home at 416 12th St. A. SouthA  �  Miss La Marche, of Calgary, is the guest of Miss L. Thomas for a few days, and expects to take a permanent position here.     Mrs. Bentley, Mrs. Dinning and two children returned this afternoon from an extended visit to California and coast cities in British Columbia.  * * Mis3 Thelma Nelson has returned to Lethbridge after a visit in Spring Coulee. ings which begin on Sunday, April 14, at the Christian Church. Mr. Pagan is a man who understands the Bible thoroughly and believes in its saving power, leading his hearers to a higher understanding of It. Mrs. Fagan takes her splendid part in singing thi* gOBpel songs. She has been in many meetings in the north-west. The Kag-ans have not only refused a $2,000 salary to continue their pastorate at Corvallis, Oregon, but they have been booked for a meeting of the first Christian Church at Oakland, California, for this fall. � �  The ladies of St. Patrick's church will meet at the Ited Cross rooms for sewing tomorrow afternoon .  �  The Next of Kin association are I ' , , , , 1 asked to meet, at the Red Cross rooms I Save- all grease Inat is not. suitable tonight at 7.30. A good attendance is i for cooking purposes, strain, and requested. 1 when you have five pounds you can , j  *  j make about twenty bars of fine soap I Mrs. Ormsbv, of Toronto, will give jlor use in the kitchen. i an address at the St. Cyprian's Wo- Take one cap of potash and two | men's Auxiliary tomorrow afternoon I tablospoontuls borax, dissolve these. at--3.30 in the parish room. Mrs. Onus- jIn one -|! > *nTn stream ing at 8 o'clock there will be a lantern I ]nu> Rrenso and. stir,until thick. Pour slide shown of Japan and musical i !lt0 ,Pans, h�n] ffi > >> SUITS FOR THE BOYS :: A LEADER TWO LINES OF EXTRA VALUE IN BOYS' SUITS With extra pair of Bloomers. Colors light aru" dark grey. All sizes. Special at . ..'........ Miss Christie of Diamond City visiting in the city for a few days. is j. Special Agents: O. Hlyinbotham & Co., Ltd. Mrs. G. H. Harmon has returned to her home after being very ill in the Oalt hospital for several weeks. Miss Jean Grant, editor of the Market Review, Calgary, who is attending the Spring Live Stock Show, was the guest of honor at an informal tea party arranged by the Edmonton Women's Press Club on Friday afternoon.  �  ? *  SOCIAL EVENTS *  . O Mrs. VS. Downing entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of her gueBt, Mrs. A. J. Rogers of Regina.   *� Mrs. A. A. Southard entertained yesterday afternoon for Miss Ruth St Denis, her assistants and the pupils of Miss Gladys Attree, who daneed-in the recent production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream,'' Saturday evening at the Grand theatre. During the afternoon Miss Kathleen Southard and Miss Tholraa Noble danced for Miss St. Denis and received much praise for their clever work. Miss Attree was also complimented on th�* training and marked ability of her pupils. The whole affair was most informal.-Calgary Daily Herald.  *  * CHURCHES AND-SOCIETIES ? **� THE PAGANS The Pagans are expected to arrive here on Saturday ready for the meet- The joint executive meeting of the Alexander Gn!t Chapter and the Major Jack Ross Chapter 1. O. D. R. will be held at, the Pythian Hall tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. , T- * * The dance held by the B. of L.F. and ! E. in the K. P. hall was a great sue- f cess ajid attended by a large crowd who enjoyed the'evening thoroughly. Arnold's six-piece orchestra supplied the music. Thanks are extended to the friends who so kiqdly helped with the floor and the refreshments.    An enthusiastic meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Sturnes last ev-euing when the younger members of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. D. E. organized into a "Girls' Auxiliary."' The following officers were elected: President. Mrs. 'Startles; Vice-President, Miss Tilley; Secretary Miss Dunn; Treasurer, Miss L..Bent-ley; Miss Brodie was appointed convenor to appoint her own committee.  * � The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist church will moet on Thursday latter noon of this week. Regular business meeting at 3 p.m. and at 4 p.m. Dr. Detwiler will give 'an address on "Women's Part in Social Reform Work," to which all the ladies of the city are invited to attend.  i 4 �g� �$� ***. �^ *!*