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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta bpipAV. FEBRUARY 12, 1917 THE LETHdRIDGE "ClAiLY HERALD PAGE FIVB Auditorium Club are iholding a on FMruarr HtK In the >K. P. 1';,::;! I � Saturday'fternaon, Misri Doro-entley entertaiiied a {ew girl b at a thimble tea. Dyd^.ot.Edmonton, will lecture I the membeni of the Matheels vn fViday evening, March 2nd, d Of Feb. 23rd, aa prevloualy heed. .: r  \ Q. h. Vrooman, ot Calgary, las been the gueit of honor at |e i^umfate'ot parties, returns to )me,\today after spending a fort-;wit^ Mra. J. W. McNiohol.  �  � music department ot the isia eliib will hold its regular ig at the home ot Mrs. Kirk-on Tuesday evening, February t 7.45. and Mrs. Ctrant Clark have re-l from their honeymoon spent at oast and are spending a few with the latter's parents, Mr. :rii. P. J,. Kenny, 1222 Slith Ave-leforA going to their home at Jiolm. ' � To Prevent The Grip cause - Orlp-Laxative Bromc le removes cause. There is only Bromo-Quinine." B. W. Grove's ure on box; 26c. IPEPSIN MonoR ST MInultal No Dyspepsia, Heart-Irn^er Any Stomach Misery. gassy,' upset stomach, indig-leartbUrn; dyspepsia; when the buceat ferments into gases and fa lumps; your head aches and iel^islck and miserable, that's you realize the magic in Papa's fsin. It'makes all stomach mia-ntkh In hve minutes, tiur stomach is in a continuous r-if  you can't get it regulated, j for'your sake, try Pape's Dia-1. It's so needless to have a ioniachv-malte your next meal, rite food meal, then take a little (sin. ^ere 'will not be any dis-i-eat without tear. It's because ,.Diapepain, "really does" regu-eak,out-of -order stomachs that it ;ltS:.milllon8>.of sales annually, a large fifty-cent case of Pape's fsin from any drug store. It is Ickest, surest stomach relief and nown. It acts almost like magic s a scientific, harmless and at stomach preparation which lelongs'ln every home.-Advert, IIGH-SCHOOL GIRL >own,' - Weak, Nsrvoua-Made I Strong by Vinol. ^ Mrs. T. Worthin^tok oi! AtaOleod, lE the guest ot her |:�l|iteil, ilVIrs. Byrom. ' All members of'the, O. l. A. are asked tit meet tonight at .eight o'clock in the I. O. O. F. hail. .  . .  �.  '. , The Art department Of tl�l^ Mathe-sis club will meet tomorrow, afternoon at 3 o'clock at the honift of Mrs. W. P. Hicks. , ' ' The young people of Wesley church are asked to meet on Tuesday, at 7.45 in the ladles' parlor for rehearsal for the play. � 'I * '.  /' �' Mrs, 'p. li. Naismlth, 6t Calgary, who has been visiting in Toronto, will arrive in town this week'to visit her sister, Mrs. E. B. Bchlln>-^Ottawu Cltiaen. �   Madame J. V. Begin has left for New York, where She intends spending the rest of the winter*) with her daughter. Miss Renalde Begin.- Winnipeg Free Press. *��,.* , ' Court Unity, A. O. P., are holding a Whist Drive and Dance on Tuesday, Ft'b. 27th in Burgrainu's hall. The proceeds, after expenses wlil be devoted to sending tobacco and cigarettes tq A. O. F. members at {he front. There will be a collection of - waste paper by the commitee of thfe I. O. D. E. in charge of this, work, tomorrow afternoon beglhniitg at 1.30. If you have not tied up .ypur bundles kindly do so at once and phone Mrs. Maynard or Mrs. Sherlock. � Every book and paper counts. "Tfie Committee hopes with ,this collection they will have the desired - amount, ter tons, to ship; if so this will be the last collection. �, ' i ^' �  : The wedding of Si'lvla Burnett, fourth daughter of Mrs. Rowe Lewia, to Mr. William Ellis IJort, son of Col Fort, Mt. Airy, Georgia, took place yesterday afternoon in . St; -'Luke's church. Owing to a recent.bereave ment in the family only the Immediate relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Port I left for the south on theVflve d'clbck i train.-Winnipeg Free Press; / The bride is a sister � ot Miss Dorothy Lewis and Mr. P. V. Lewis, of this city..  �.�*�' The W. M. S. auxillkry of V>3ley church held a very sucqessfUl t^a at I the home of Mrs. Cobbledick oh Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. S. Oalbralth, the president of the auxiliary, received the large number of guests, with the hostess. The tea table.was.presided over by Mrs. Haley aind Jdr8.t..C. E. Brandow. Assisting were Mrs. R. E. Skeith, Mrs. Downing, Mrs. Kress and Mrs. Klpp. A very enjoyable musical program was given consisting of songs by Mrs. Claude Hughes, Mrs C. E. Cameron, Miss Patterson, piano duet by Misses Ruth Oalbralth and Anastatia Skeith and an instrumental selection by Miss ^obbledick. EXTEND TIME FOR FILLING IN CARDS TILL APRIL Ottawa, Feb. 12.-Up to noon ioday no official statement covering the dor liberations of the directors of the national service commission, who were in session for several days last week, had been given oiit. R. B. Bennett, M. P., chairman of the commission,' when seen, said he was preparing .a statement and that It would probably be ready today. Mr. Bennett, however, confirmed the announcements made by some of, the members of the commission whoi have returned home, that the tlihe for filling out the cards has been eStond-cd until April 1st. While the response to the request to fill out ctrds has been large, there are still a considerable number of people who have not responded. They will be' given, until April Ist to do so. If the cards are not filled in by that time the commission will consider the necessary steps to be taken to secure : the answers from those who neglect or decline to fill in the cards. It is intimated that nothing is likely to be considered in connection wjith the question of conscription until April 1st. This is a matter c( government policy, however, and ,it will not be dealt with by the commission except from the standpoint of giving the government the benefit of opinion of the members of the commission. VETERAN KILLED N STOLEN AUTO Calgary, Feb. 12.-John Gillespie, a returned veteran of the 31st battalion died in the general . hospital here early this morning from Injuries re ceived while riding in a stolen automobile, which he drove into a telephone post in the southern part of the city. Gillespie was wounded in.the.head at the front and since his return bad been acting in an unusual manlier. Only two weeks ago he was up for stealing a car and Joy riding. .He formerly lived at Medicine Hat.. His wife is dead and he leaves two (dttld-ren. ; ' i in the (Tttt Cbutcbes Pie benefit of Lethbridge school ko overwork and get into iervpus, weak and run down Pte publish this letter from lew ot Fort Worth, Tex.- hj9 high school and take nf, bnd became run dovm, very nervous, so I could ansrtblng. I would shake all jd coul^l have screamed at ind� v?a� really unfit, to keep I my studies. Mother purchas-tttle: of Vinol for me and with-eek 1 was better, and in. two had gained five pounds and the curative, strengthening B ot -beef and cod liver pep-ilded by/ ilia blood making, re-ig" effect of iron and manga-leptonatea and glyoerophos-cootained in Vlnoli which Jt so successful in building up and' strength and overcominr ivous jBondltion of Miss Coplier. ask every school girl in Leth-who Is In a like condition to ol, on our guarantee to return aoney if it fails to benefit.- liglnbotham ft Co., Ltd., Leth-Also at the best druggists in erta towns. Advertisement. ioMoCSatve RES SKIN AFFECTIONS packase (irovea It. Sold and ateed.by above Vinol druggiat. Ottawa, Feb. It.-Coal rabortage at the capital and throughout Eastern Ontario is becoming more acute every day. It is altogether likely that several of the, capital's industrial concerns, including J. R. Booth's big newsprint mill, will have to close down before the end of the week, unless a supply of coal arrives within the next few days. This mill-uses 200 tons ot coal per day and its stOck is running low. Supplies of coal are now held lip somewhere between Ottawa and Buffalo. FIND NEGRO HANQINQ TO POLE Proctor, Ark., Feb, 9.-The bodj of James Smith,,a negro, was found hanging from a telegraph pole near here today, aftor'It was thought he had escaped a posse which pursued htm to a swamp last night. Smith was charged with killing a deputy sheriff. DIED OF BURNS Tofield, AlU.. Feb. 9.-Edna Shtipe, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Prank Shupe, ot Tofield, died this morning, as the result of bums received a'week ago when her clothing caught fire, presumably from a lighted ma^:h. The Bulldooa Arc ComlngI III dM. Mdiea Pumpa. igular'$4>00. Now .. doi. M�n'a> Oxford*. p;|| aular|B.gO. Now.....90�9U� $2.00 Boy'a Mlttenii ' OA ' Regular 75e. Now JUC $3.00 Felt Hats, V Now................ >|.I7U jdoi. Boy.' Shoe.., R.gul.r.i JoK ..rf ai.an a� Regular $2,�0. ^25 and $1.S0. pw 7Sc and dos. -Man''a Rubber*, ^gular 11.28. Now ... dos.' Men'a Tenni* tgular SI.IB. r.................. {;V ALSO HAVE OTHER GOODS AT 20% LESS THAN COST $1.00 60c Shoe*. 65c Now 2 doz 'Leather Regular t2.2B. Now ........... 2 doc. Leather Regular $2.00. Now ........... $1.50 Label. Pant* $1.25 Label Panto. $1.00 r P. a RNUDSON 1407 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH Scientiat-Wednesday at 8 p. m., testimony meeting. At Pentecostal ^ Miaaion - Thur*- day, S p. m., Special waiting Upon God for the Baptism ot the Holy Ghost. A hearty welcome to all. At Latter Day Saint*-Tuesday at 2.30 the ladies ot the relief society n^eet at Mrs. H. Ostlund's, 1262 4th Ave. Subject, "Work and Bubthe**^^' At St. Mary'a-Tonight at' eljsht o'clock. Girls' Auxiliary meet in the parish hall. Tuesday at eight plm.i teachers' meeting in St. Augustin'a hall. Wednesday, at 4.15, Junior. W- A;i at 8 p.m., parochial association, tjbie last meeting before Lent. Thursi)fy at 7 p.m., C. S. B. T. at Y. M. C. -A., at 8 p.m. Girls Auxiliary meet in pf^risb hall. Friday at -8 p.m., InterceBSion [service followed by choir practice at 8.30. Monday, Feb. 19tb, the Qirls' Auxiliary are giving a concert and play in the parish hall. , St. Augu*tin'�-Tuesday at 8 jp.m., teachers' meeting in parish hall. Wednesday at 8 p.m.. Intercession se^rliji^/j A congressional social evening in the parish hall. Thurisday at 7.30 a.m., coi-ebration of holy communion. Friday) at 4.15, Junior Auxiliary. V At St. Cyprian'*-Tuesday at 8 p.m., Dorcas society meet in the parish room. Wednesday at 7.30, vestry meeting in the parish room. Thursday at 3, the women ot the church sOyr ,-|kt the Red Cross rooms. Friday at,8 p.m., intercession service. Saturday at 8 p.m., collectors for systematio giving meet at the home of Mrs. A. Hayr, At Christian-Tuesday at 8 p.m., Sunday School Workers conference at the home of O. Duns worth, v^x 9th Street Wednesday at 8 p.m., midweek prayer meeting in the church. Thursday at 2.30, the ladies' aid meet at the church for sewing. Friday evening the Chriatian. E^ntdeayor are holding a hard times social In the church to which all are invited. At Knox-Tuesday at 8 p.m., regular monthly meeting of tbo W, M. 3, in the school room. Tuesday at S pm., regular monthly meeting of the board of managers In the vestry^ Wedneiday at 8 p.m.,! adult bible das*. Thurfdayj at 8 p.m.. choir practice. . At Baptiat-Tuesday at 8. p.m.. Win One Sunday class will i^eet iq the church. Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayar meeting Thursday, at 3 p.m., li^dlea' aid meeting. Thursday at 8 p.m, otaolr praictlce. At W**tmln*ter and St. Andraw'a- Wednesday at 2.30, the ladies' aid of St. Andrew's will meet in the cburoh. Wednesdcy evening, the Young People's Bible Class of Westmiq*t�r are holding a Valentine social at/tha parsonage. All . members and/ members are Invited. Friday at 4.16 junior choir practice, at 7.30 aanio^ choir practice. , <9� �  SUCCE|SFUL RAIDS Paris, Feb. 12.*-The war office reports that two successful ralfls were made last night, one on the Verdun front In the ndJrhborhood of Hill 304, and the other In the Argonno. Patrols were active in Champagne and Argonne. N LON STRIKE What the Press Agents Say I London, Feb. 11.-Ths following slilps, totalling 22,271 tons, were reported yesterday as having been sunk by German submarines: Beech Tree (British) 1277 tons; Jap Prince (British) 4986 tons; Ellavore (Norwegian) 2760 tons; Mantola (British) 6826 tons; Solbaldcen (Norwegian) 2616 tons; LuUlngton (British) 2816 tons; Havgard (Norwegian) 1100 tons. Americans on Board Newport News, Va., Feb. 11.-The British steamer Japanese Prince, reported sunk, had on board 20 white Americans, according to tlie British vice consul here. The steamer carried a mixed cargo of horses and general cargo. The muleteers signed on at this port. Montreal, Feb. 12.-Every garment worker In the city with the exception of three firms went on strike this mornlnfe. With those who went out today there are five thousand garment workers In Montreal' now out. Men who ntiit li^ sympathy with the previous strikers are asking for shorter hours and more money. Both manufacturers' and workers express a determination to fight to the finish. MANY IN FAVOR OF Toronto, Feb. 12.-The Canadian Club, of this city has completed the postcard vote on the question of national, government. � A total of 1310 ballots went out and 860 have been returned, showing 749 for and 111 against national government in Canada. CLAIMS BRITIS LOST HEAVILY ( Berlin, Feb. 12 (by wireless)-British troops last night made six successive attacks against the German "wrecked" trenches along the front of thP'Serre to .tire Ancre river, says the official statement issued today by German ' army headquarters. All at-itacks.WSre'repulsed and the British, jthe statement adds,: suffered severe ' losses in liantl to hand fighting. German trenches southeast of Serre were evacuated'by Germa.ns before the British attaclcs wfere launched. AT THE ORPHEUM McDonald and Curtis, the vaudeville artists, open at the Orpbeum tonight with their scream, The Blockhead. These artists have pleased Lelhbrldge audiences before, and should do so again. They will run for four nights. There are also some good pictures, one featuring Warren Kerrigan. Senator ' Landry says the Frencli-Canadlan Educational association will resist Regulation 17 of the Ontario Department of Education to the end. The Bulldog* Are Coming! AT STARLAND Pholodramatic directors have to do many unusual things, but one of the most unusual ever shown has fallen on Director Frank Reicher, who produced the Columbia University prize play, "Witchcraft," which will be seen at Starland tonight and-tomorrow with the brilliant Lasky �, artist, Fannie Ward in the stellar role. .Mr. Reicher, for some ot the scenes ot this production had to teach an ow. to act. All the bird had to do was sit in a tree and hood: This it steadfastly refused to do. Afr. Reicher worked over the owl for two days and nights, and finally his constant diligence was awarded and the owl was caught unaware just aa it was hooting. "Witchcraft" is a Paramount picture. The only theatre in Canada Showing Three Paramount Features Each Week, o o o TODAY AND TOIVIORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS FANNY WARD in "WITCHCRAFT" The Colunnbia University Prize Photoplay. A Story for Both Young and Old. COL. HEEZALIAR CAPTURES VILLA-Comedy. Matinee Everyday: 2 and 3.15 WilMmCHILBBEN AT THE EMPRESS Timothy Dobbs, That's Me, episode No. 4, "From the Rogue's Gallery," in two parts, is the feature at the Empress tonight. The story opens in a hotel room. Timothy is broke. Jeff Is washing Timothy's handkerchiefs and putting them on the window to dry. Timothy goes forward again determined to succeed.. At tlie studio through a ru^e he" manages to elude the cerberus at the gate and enters. He watches a set story ot t6e underworld, and etc., and'BeiB'.a:director taking a stupid extra man through 4 part. He has a brilliant idea. The Bulldogs Are Coming!. ORPHEUM tonight McDonald & CURTIS Presents the Howling Comedy Farce THE BLOCKHEAD This is one of Mr. McDonald'* best. Also a full program of the best pictures, featuring J. WARREN KERRIGAN, with an ail star cast. 2 shows 7 to 8i45; 8.46 to 10.30 Price 25, CliiUlrcii 10 PMPRESC B \m- ' TONIGHT ^ J lOc^ISc THE BROADWAYi. FAVORITE, CARLVLE BLACKWELL IN ' .'THE MAN WHO COULD NOT LOSE And Last but not Least, Carter De Haven in "The Rogues Gallery' an�l '^Timothy Dobbs, That'* Me." ' Patent and iluM kid vamp, cloth; or kid-pkin top*. Regular to $6.50, at 2.20 In times like the present make your gift a practical Aa a Special Feature we Include in this sale SATIN and Kid skin dancing, party and boudoir Slippers, and a few of the newly arrived SPRING CREAtlQNS by AMERICA'S FOREMOST MAKERS LADIES' PATENT MEN'S PUMPS AND LADIES', SATIN ...LEATHER DANCING DRESS SLIPPERS PUMPS. VARIOUS &.PARTY SLIPPERS. PATENT AND. pyLL STYLES & COLORS. REG. TO $6.50. O OC SPECIAL..,. 0�00 KID. REG. TO �n^.qf� $4.60. .....V. REG. TO $5.00. O J C SPECIAL.....J.*ta,. CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS One Strap) tan and black. WOWih'a Dull Kid and Patent Leather Dress Shoiss Plain toes and 4i toe caps. Cuban & military heels. B[ i a c k cloth to p s. Reg. to $6.00 At; pair Women's LieatUcr LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS Women's Colored Satin and Felt : ; House Sippers 3655 03 ;