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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^SATUUDAY, APRIL 20, 1918 THE LET^mniDGK HERALD PAGE SEVENTEEN A well made cup of BAKER'S COCOA. is a lar^e pari of a ^ood meal It is delicious, Is practically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the system almost to its full extent, and its me saves other more expensioe and Wasteful foods. Trade-mark, on every package. Book of Choice Recipes sent FREE Walter Baker & Co. ly ted Established 1780 OORCHESTER MASS. MONTREAL CAN. CANADA * ' .> .> ,: .: .% .> : .> .> .> .;. .> > -Mrs. Bthel .MacDonaUl. eldest daugli-' ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mitchell, of Klrkfiold. Out., la a Canadian nurse who has been honored hy being given a "silver palm," in recognition of her two years' continuons service In the military hospitalB of Paris. Sho i.s one of the many Canadians wiio are helping to relievo the aufterings of the wounded French soldiers. She i lias been In France since the heglnn-! Ing of the war, with the Countess i Jacques da LeBSops, wlioae husband, the *ell known aviator, married Grace Mackenzie. Mrs. MaoDonald's two brothers are In the array, the older one, Oharlel Mitchell, being In the Royal nylng corps as a cadet and in training at lieaalde at present. The j-ounger brother, AHred, is with "the Buffs" In England as a ii)rlvate.   � �Miss Roberta Mac.'Vdams J!|.r...AI., who at present is in Calgary, ia leaving shortly lor the east where she will visit in Toronto, Ottawa and Sarnia before proceeding overseas. � * � The marriage took place In T^on-don, England, of Esther Clevck'.nd, daughter of the late President ('ieve-land, Ip Captain Willijim S. U. l.los-annuel, D.S.O,, of the British army. Captain Bosanquct is an officer of i the Coldstream (luarcls and is noted tn England Is a cricketer. His bride, while her father was President and for years afterward, was known as the White Baby. Until bi-r marriage sho had boon doing volunteer nursing in l/ondon. She went there last .June after qualifying as a nurse and instructor of the blind. ' She was a monihor of the staff of Saint Dunatan'.s Ikinio for Blinded Boldiers, London.  * * Raisin Brown Bread. ', Sift one cupful cornmeal, one cupful graham flour and one cupful of rye flour with ono tcaspognful salt ind two tablespoontnls baking soda; add 2^ cupfuls milk and one-htilf �up(ul dark molassas. Beat welt: add one cupful of raisin,'? and beat again tor three minutes. Steam in butter-ad pan for ;i% hours and bako In the fven for 15 minutea.  �  The war is making poets out of Jien of all classes. Turn over the pages of any curroivt' magazlno and you will oome across bits of voran-' and good bits, too-from the stub pen-u.slneas. Poetry, from the man, who until l�e 40u'ned khaki, never wrote' a verse to his wife, his country or his religion. lint, (ha war ha.=: given most of the men a curious turn-their capacity fen- expression has been released, as we wlio read-not only the poems tliat have found tlieir way into print, but tliC letters-tlie home letters wliicli are straight from the heart, if letters ever were. War has given many ' men a now outlook, and if not a' new spirit, a faculty of self-c.xpression v.'liich is placing niany of them among the poets. In the current issue of The l,lterary Digest, tliere is a page devoted to soldier's poetry and from among the many examples of good, verse there-!,on, I cull but a small one, written by Comellns Vanderbiit, Jr., of the (American Army) Division Headquarters Troop; It is entitled; "It Takes So Uttle" and runs as follows: It takes so little to make ua glad, \ Just a cheering clasp of a friendly hand. Just a word from one who can understand; * And we finish the task we long had planned, And we lose the doubt, and the fear we had- So little it takes to make us glad. � 4p * Requests for helpers for fruit picking and work on the land are being received by the national service department of the Young Woniou's Cliris-tian association in Vancouver in large numbers, and in order to supply these and save what is expected to be a large crop this season it will be necessary that a groat many girls and women volunteer for this work. Requests have been received from two ca'nning factories for 100 workers each, and from another for 175. Tliia work will last from August to October. The number required for fruit-picking is very large and increasing ,and will extend from June until October, it is said. , The Y.W.C.A. secretaries for the three largest districts have been appointed and will soon be engaged In making arrangements for the housing and care of the large number who will volunteer for this work wliich Is so essential to the province and country. LIVES LOST Now �^'ork, April 20.-The American steamship Florence H., formerly a groat lakes vessel, has been sunk with loss of life near a foreign port, according to information received in shipping circlas today. HERPICIDE does not changie the color of the hair one particle V> O. Hlyln^otham & Cp., Ltd. Special Agents: MILADI o  & * o * : ? WE SHALL REMEMBER THEM : : ? > They sleep beneath no immemorial yev.'s; TIiMr i-(.'K(ing plane no temnlo arches hem; .N'o blazoned shaft or graven tablet woos .Men's pi'aise-and yet, we fihall re-nicmljcr tliem. Tlie unforgetting clouds sliall drop (lioir tears; The winds in ceaseless innienlatiou, wall. For Ood':^ white Knights arc lying on their biers. Who pledged their service to restore tlie Grail. They gave their lives to irake tlio whole world free; They recked not to v/hat flag they were assigned. Tlie .Starry ISanner, Cro.'iH. or Flour- (le-lis- Their sacrifice was made for all mankiiui. l''or tiieni the task is done, tlie strife is stilled; So more .shall care rti.sturb, nor zeal condemn; And wlien the larger good has been fiilflHod, In coining yoar.s we iiliall remember them. [low can (lie world their deeds forget'? In France White crosses everywliere lift pal-� lid hands, Like silent sentinels with sword and lance. To keep their memory safe for other lanclH, What need have they for holy sepulture? Within the hearts of men is hallowed ground- A sanctuary where they rest secure. And witli Love'.s immortality are crowned. And far-off voices of the future sing. "They shall remain in menujry's diadem": And winds of promise still are whispering That fiamc refrain, "We shall remember them." -James Terry White. * � o * ^ � ? � o * * V  .> : � PERSONAL Mrs. Vv'. B. Cade lias arrived in Lethbridge from Calgary to join hey husband here. Mr. and .Mrs. Cado will reside in hethbridge permanently. Mis.s Sophronia Bonnell returned home from .a visit to Calgary and Glei^lien yesterday ail'ternoon.   � Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Law are spending the week,end in l^'ardston.  # * Mrs. Ijindsay is spending the -veek end with friends in Granum.  *  jMr. Depew has gone to Nobletord and it is understood that he will remain there permanently at a new position.    Miss Uunnetl is arriving in Leth-bridge tonight after a two-week's slay in Calgary.    -Mr. and -Mrs. If. Matson announce the engagement of their daugiiter, Blsie Marie to Mr. David Aiken, oC this city, tlie marriage to take place shortly.   � iMr. E. McDougal with his two daughters, .Mi'sses Sara and f^atlter- ine, also Mrs. i/ars'iu and daiiBlitei', nnd ,'\lrs. Mt^Leaii aiul of W'iiiiii- frod, liave returncii mi'iii- ..,i)eiulin!': the wintor in (,'iilifori (lovolopment of "Peon Arc Girls as laid out for the "Cinuuliiin dirUi in 'i'l'ainllig." Till.'-! program corresponiiti with tlie work of tlie i'. S. K. T. I'Uicli chiircli will bif r('.sj)on:ii))le for j the work of its own girls in (�arryiji^ i 1)111, the v.. G. I. T. ijiogriuii, bill iis eo-1 oiieratiou in girls' work \n a(lvi.i;il)In i and helpful for all, and a.s in iinioii tlierc in not only Ktn>ii,i-r(ii but iii.Kiiira-i tioii and an enhirged field for :i;(;liooli! ilili'i'i;;;! ed, TiU' lol- "' jlowinK committees hiive he-n ai.poinl-'vi Mrs. J. F Harper, o, rhampio,,, wai; 'f-. I'l'^^i^l Training and Oiitdumj^ , ,. . ,1,, 1., f ,.,,,1. ;Ai;tvi les: .Mrs. Iiek.^. .Mi'i;. l.iov.slcv, i a vi.sltor in Uie e.t> JaM n,.eK. i ^.^^^^^ MunVi|i c > ^ ^ > : ? : �: -i' SOCIAL EVENTS f ^ o ^ : : :� : >: : : o! A most jolly and nnronv >ntioiri-l Iiarty was held at ��Tlie .Mansi!." Ihe home of Mrs. l.;enooii, la,-^! iiiKhl when the ,(.O.C. c:laps enir:i-:ained Uie lUn Slsfors. All the a.'^.seiiilded guesLi ean^o dressed as chihlnn under ten years old and had a iiio,'^! ini'oriiial time playing children'.s i.:ame.-; v.itli all tlie gusto of cliildlinod. Dainty rc-freslimeiiti; .were ncvvnl rlurins the evening and much ciijuyiiiejit uas taken out tit til'-' mUHh- uhicli formed part of the evoiiiiu;'s i^iiieituinmenl. � * iyast evening Mr.s. M,i.\\vell f^ave Violet Sinclair a very iileaKiUil surprise in the form of a hirllnlay party. The evening was eni'Tiainiiiiily spent in games and mii.-ic, iecitati'ins being rendered by ;Mis, .^icCkii-e, .Misses Avril Little and \i'rua Hoi'i'ltine. During tho evenins. Mi'.-i. .Mct'iure on beiuiif of the Sunday .^iluxjl class, in a very pleasing iiK.niier. jircHeiiled '^Tii5S \'ioIet witli a eaineo jiendant. Dainty refreshineni,-' ua^-e served by Jfrs. Sinclair assi.stcd by .\lc'-aJame:-. Maxwell, ilarris, Hoseu.ini ami Mm. McClure. Those pre,?eiH were the niembers of Mrs. .McCliire's class, namely: Misses Bessie .Siiiith, Kathleen Hobortson. I'^dith .'Mirens, .A.vril Little, liva Hiasetl, I'JvcIyii Hamilton. Hose Berger, Maliel .McAdoo, Venia lloseltine, Beatrice ,Ioue;i, Lillian Bennett, Ren'a McQuer-u, itelierdi, .McKay and May Flinn. worth. Kjiirilual and Inl "Uecuial U'ork: MeJ^dames ('. K. ('ra;rg, Baker, llod/jin.s. Ilaniiltou. ('nnis, .Miss Gov,-lia.s been appoiiueil j)hy,sieal direetiir with .Mi.sse.-; Ai'iD.stron,;; and HIewan as jiSKisiants. The first union nieei-ing v.ill be held at the Y. ('. .\, audiioriiim ne.vt .Monday cening at 7.:',i) siiarp. All C. G. I. T. girls of the city are invited to bo present. Tlif girls should wear gym suits and ninnilig slioe.s, as fhrougli the kindness, of tlie dircctoi's of tiio "i'. .M. C. A. the. "V Gym," will be used. � m m Both of Ihe Home .Vursing classes will meet al the .\ni'ses' Home to-iiii?lit al T.!.").  �  Tlie .Alt .N'eedlework club will meet at the home of .Mr.H. ,J. H. Ross, MM Tth A\'i'. S.. oil Monday afternoon. �   * The senior and junior members of the (lying's .\iirrori mission band of \Vesley ehureli are holdiu.;;' a. unio.'i service in tho Wesley hail tomori'ow afleruoon al ;;.;'.0. ]':veryone interested in mission worlc is invited t.o attend. .Members (ire reminded to brinf; in mite lioxos and membership fees us it is tlie (dosing uieeling for Ihe year. � : : ? : * * o OUTBREAK AGAINST THE JEWS : : : : ? > ? ? ? : > ? fE Iwite all mumc HiHib-CTadle Stock of Instriui- It will be a delight to you to bring out for yourself the beautiful and pcrfeid. tone of the Gerhard Heintzn:au pianos. Di'op in and inspect oiir style "R." ii Gerhard Heintzman Pianos and Phonographs, Brunswick Phonographs, Sherlock Jlanning Pianos and Organs carried in stock. We expect shortly to have a line of the phenomenal New Ail-Metal Gerhard Heintzman Player Pianos. NEXT DOOR TO ORPHEUfA THEATRE You will enjoy the food served at.. Nowhere In Lethbridge will you find a more delightful eating place. ,ihe excellent cuisine, and service will please you. Our luncheons and afternoon teas are tempting. LUNCHEON ON SUNDAYS FROM 10.00 A.M. Our Ice Cream Parlor is the .popular rendezvous for refreshments. KIRKBY ^ CO. 606 Thlrj Ave. South Special Snaps FOR Saturday Shoppers AT THE "BAY*^ FROM 6.00 TO 9.00 P.M. ONLY A FULL STAFF TO WAIT ON YOU No Phone Orders. No C.O.D. No Approvals. 5fi ONLY, CRETONNE COVERED CUSHIONS I'^very one a, different pattern. Size 21x17. These are extra well filled. .lust the thing for that odd corner. C0C ?040602098936064225932606200022764015930591567?579635060730376?5 ;