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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \vi:i)Ni:si).\Y, FKmuARY ia, tout J UK L.liTHHmi)(.'.K DAILY IIKKALD PAGE NINB A. !l. CIarl;o. K.C.. of Ji.iwn attending court. .MiSH 11-011 (^ .lolllisloil (Int., is ihe guest, or hor S. .lUCksoil. ill' Manot ic-.li rfiHlwr, Mrs. 10 Mr. (lourgo Stncey is on his wiiy, . home from California. Mrs. Ktacey re-| ni:ilni!(l in Simla Monica. Mr. mill Mrs. IV ll. Yalos, .if War-nor. attended tlio performance o� ' Willcli Yciur Step'' lust uvonliiK-  � Miss I'm'kliiHon of tlifi hospital staff, Icil't for tlio uiiHl last night and luis offered herself iot overseas service to tin' C.A.M.C. T * K Don't. forget Ihnl tomorrow Is ) Instil nr. Thursday in St. Cyprian's \V. A. i'oiiiu iniil.liriiii; your work, ami enjoy a cup of tea. In order Id i'iin�nrvn ciiiil Cookc'.i Presbyterian church mid llroek street .Mothnilisl churcli. Kingston, which ures ncighljurs, have decided tu unite. * lr The annual mooting of the Major .Jack Hons chapter l.O.n.K. will be held ill the Y.M.C.A. a: N o'clock Friday ni!:lil Tin: i.'lncllon of uffirers will take Jll'.li'C The ladies of fll t'iitrick's anil friends meet for sewing ia llic Red Cross moms Innioi row. I Til ur.aluy ), .� I'l crnoon at L'::m. A largo attendance, is requested. m " r Tin.' I'jimoiilon Bulletin publishes :i notice of lliti isiiiievenicnt of ICtii'd Allen oi' Lethbridge. aped eleven, who has completed her one hundredth pair of sucks for the soldiers. The women of the liaptist churcli j will sew at the Red Cross rooms Krl- ' Massey-IIarrls Co ! day n-iim li till 5. | .-----~-=^ l''rii'iiilR In the city of | general agent Co., here, were shocked to hoar this , morning of his death of pneumonia In j the cily He had been 111 only since. Monday having been removed to the hospital from his home. Mr. Wiley was 31! years of ago, and 1 sInrli-. Ills parents live at. Olencon, (Out.., and the remains are at Fetter-' ley's awaiting Instructions from them. A brolher lives In Montana, anil unoth-; it brothel- is at the front. Mr. Wiley! had been here Vive years with Iho, Wkere Quality Does Count! "]ECAUSE an egg, aged in cold storage, has lost its flavor; has notlv ii-ig todowitli the egrjs vJriich trie fa rmer brings fresh from the bnrn. Because yon enn't make a good cup of coffee �with poorly nourished and improperly roasted coffee beans; has nothing to do villi the coffee ^ou con make vJith "SEAL BRAND"-F rom the best plantations, cultWotec! bj) experts. Then, blended and roastedandground hy those vJrio have made a lifetime study of the sublet. "Sool Brand" is n rich, full-bodied, d�-lici^us bWcrofie- wholesome, invigor-. filing, fragrant. In /'J. I end 2 pound tins-in tltn be�n, ground ci'fne ground fur percolators, �PERFECT COFFEE, PERFECTLY MADE" Is our new booklet, u;e art. malting free to caffet lootrt. Write for a copy. 196 CHASE* SANBORN, MONTIttAL O. !">. Austin, of Medicine Hat, formerly of Lethbridge, Is joining the staff of Die ICdinontori IJulletin in March. � �  Miss Chidys Hilling and Mrs. Archie McCorvin go with the Vulcau ladles' hockey team to Banff tomorrow for thi winter sports carnival.    There will bo a meeting of the executive of the Local Council of Women nt. the Triangle Room in the Y.M.C.A. Friday evening at S o'clock. * * 'V The Ladies' Aid of the Unjted church will hold their regular monthly niee.i-ini; on Tuesday afternoon� ut 30 in the church. * * + I The senior Mission Band of Knox church will meet at. the. home of Mrs. : Charles McKillop, lilii 10th St., on Friday at lilfi. A full attendance, of members is requested.  � � The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist chinch will meet at the parsonage , Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. 'The executive of the Aid will meet at I 2::tu. i  . | A social was held at the Baptist. ! church Tuesday nlfiht, and was a great success. Two paporp were given, one ; by Miss Hume and the other hy Miss ; lieid, solos by Miss Morrison and Miss ' S'itt.    The Centra! \V. (\ T. [T. will meet at ihe home of Mrs-. Thomas Taylor. Il'.i Shei-loek block tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Members will please bring thimbles for Red Cross sewing. *  * The Dominion liebekah Lodge No. II, will hold its regular meeting In Ihe I.O.O.F. hall at S o'clock. Feb. Mth. Important business. Visiting Itebe-kuh.-i welcome. A full attendance is requesteil.    : Will those knitting socks for the Sir Alexander Call chapter I.O.D.K. kindly � turn in what they have finished by Friday. Feb. 22nd; also any small halls tif wool left over as they are required for matching. Wool given out Tues- ; days and Fridays at 423 8th St. S. 1 *.*...' I The social at St. Mary's church last night was a great success. The sum of I J-il was realized from a silver collec- i tion. The congregation, young and I old, turned out well and all had a delightful evening. Mr. Mullen took charge of the whisl drive and special | thanks are rlnt; to him, to Mrs. Wurdj, who made the lea and 1'offee, and to [ \ i Miss Vera Ghuulill, who played fori. I the dancing. j + *i I Kamloops Sentinel: The marriage j took place, on February 'ith, nt the i Presbyterian church of Frederick Noel j Morris and Anna Jackson Hoey, both j of Macfeiul, Alberta. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. W. Peck I and was attended by only immediate relatives of Ihe bride, whose parents, I Mr. and Mrs. I lory, reside at Savona. j After a trip to i oast cities Mr. and Mrs. Morris will return lo Macleod, where (hey will reside. �� * * Col. Mowburn. formerly of Lelh-bridge, is in charge of the Duchess of Connaiighl hospital, Taplow. Knglaud. lie has under him In the medical work his sou Dr. Hastings Mowburn, and is a patient, his other son Lieut. Arthur Mewhurn, who Is suffering from gunshot wounds in the leg. In the same hospital are Sergeant "Billy" Burnett, son of Major Burnett, and Ross Letli-bridge. son of Mr. .1. K. Lothbrldge, of Calgary, a former resident of this city. Sergeant Burnett writes that he is being treated tike a lord and his eye trouble receiving every attention. Kqbs Lethbrldge has lost his right arm, hut is in the best of spirits, Sorgreant Burnett writes, and hopes to return; soon to Canada.    LADIES' CURLING 7 o'clock draw, Miss L. Bawilen vs ; Miss Proctor; Mrs. Aird vs Mrs. Mar-' shall; S:�!:". draw, Mrs. Ferguson vs I Miss I'.i'chanan. '  * BICGO-I'M BR II On .Monday, Feb. 11th, at the home! of the bride's father, Mr. Harry A.! ' l.'inber. northwest of Wlnnifred, Mr. | | Waller llegg. of Wlnnifred. was uniud | in marriage, to Miss Nora May Umber.; Mr. W. Henogan supported the groom, and Miss Ruth L'mber acted as brides-; niafd. Rev. C. Bishop of Bow Island I I'nlted church, was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony the happy couple left, for Calgary and points west, where the honeymoon will , be. spent. THE NEW have arrived Come and See Them! SEE THEM IN THE WINDOWS :: Chirps From the Cricket Inasmuch as you are already interested in what your new Spring and Easter dress is going to be like, and what others will'wear, it is certainly advisable that you get the first hint of these new silks for spring. We cannot attempt to describe them. Come and see them-handle them. You will then be our best advertisement. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED "MONEYBACK" TAFFETA SILKS. FEEL THEM IN THE SILK SECTION BRITISH RAIDS London, Feb. 12.-The official statement from British headquarters in France anil Belgium tonight reads: "Few prisoners were brought in by our patrols at different points along the front. "Our airplanes carried out. a raid into Clcrnuiny and bombed Hoffenburg (in Baden, southwest of Karlsruhe I. Details have not been received." CRUDE PETROLEUM ADVANCES Sarnia. Out.. Feb. 13.-The sale price of crude petroieum has advanced ten cents a barrel, making the price $2.5S. with bounty at $3.10. This is the highest price Canadian crude oil has reached in more than forty years. Ice Cream for Valentine Parties Detroit, Feb. 2. lfllS. Dear Rory Ann: - Of course 1 shall be delighted to write you for Ihe Lethbridge Herald. 11 will be almost as good as taking a,trip there to be able to chat with all my old friends. I have never forgotten my pleasant visits in Lethbridge and in promising to write there is just : one stipulation tllit In return you will i write me the news of Lethbridge. ; 1 am so glad you sent us the photograph of the (Salt gardens. 1 was amazed at. the beauty of it. There is no place here in the city to compare with it. Several times lately In mentioning Lethbridge, people have said: O, yes, that's a little town In the Canadian northwest, isn't it. And rather i snappishly I have answered: "No, a city. By the way here's a photograph taken near the down town district." They are surprised at anything so citified. By rights Dory Ann, I should have been u promoter with a shiny silk hat a heavy gold chain across a corpulent circumfrence a violent desire to boost places and people I like, I want to sing their praises in the market square. It's a sign of a noisy disposition is it not? Now to attend to my knitting; 1 wonder if yon will be interested in hearing of conditions caused by the 90c per quart Bricks Delivered Please Phone Your Order, 1576 DON'T FORGET THAT OUR FRESH CREAMERY CRYSTAL BUTTER IS FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS. CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 157� TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE ILL This Woman Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound-Her Personal Experience. McLean, Neb.--"I w�nt to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable .Compound to all ] women who suffer from any functional disturbance, as it has dona ma mora Sood than all the octor'a medicine. Since taking it I have a fine healthy baby girl and have gained in health and strength. My hug-band and" I both praise yottr medicine to all suffering women"-Mrs. John Koppelmain'n, R. No. 1, McLean, Nebraska. This famous root and herb remedy, Lyilia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, has been restoring women of America to health for more than forty years and it will well pay any woman who suffers from displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, backache, headaches, nervousness or "the blues" to give this successful remedy a trial. For special suggestions in regard ta your ailment write Lydia �. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of ita lo;y5�f�?i�feoce U at your service. new war regulations? The first day of the week lus never been verily pleasant with .Martini in the basement doing the family washing to the accompaniment of splashing that would shame the Atlantic oeean and would make the largest steam laundry in the city think it was a dry cleaning shop. These little trials are nothing now Kvery shop and office without a special license is closed all day Monday, conserving coal. That means ordering provisions on Saturday that will carry you through and over Ihe top till Tuesday .morning. All day Monday 1 am full of anxiety. Appetites cannot be reckoned on especially with these frosty days. I beg my young son not to go skating as usual on Monday afternoon. Horrors only half a leaf of bread to do for tl'ii-ner-and breakfast and a meatless day too. If any of our friends happen lo drop in Monday evening my welcome 1 am afraid lacks something of Its old tiniB cordialiiy. While discussing Louise Homer's concert last week I am wildly measuring out in my mind n quarter of a pint of cream into four coffee cups and it simply won't go. .Martha's splashing has failed in a background where she worries me still more with "Mam, what shall we have in place of meat: for dinner?" Alas, Tuesday is wheatless! O, 1 can't help thinking of a noisy little newsboy 1 heard singing yesterday, My Tuesdays are wheatless my trousers are scatless. Poor little tramp he spoke the truth. Wednescfty again is meatless. You still feel a little queer after those corn meal muffins. You can't help thinking of seeing a farmer once mix something for the chickens that you are sure had the taste of those corn meal muffins. Martha who by the way was something of a cook in pre-war days but now has lost her vocation, passes them to you with the air thai I imagine bar lenders will pass glasses of water across their bars ne.xt slimmer when Detroit goes dry. She informed me yesterday she would have to leave if I could not give her a little leeway in fancy cooking. She felt her hand was losing its cunning as it were: "Mam,'' she plead3, "Can't you be less patriotic?" Uy the way the poor KOiil lias sent over a son. O, Martha thou temptress! 1 can see your buttery nuzy sugar coated cakes that onco adornotl my table. No sugar at most of the stores and only a pound at a time can you get from thu others. 1 heard a poor woman that had only gone to house keeping within the last couple of weeks, make rather a simpleton of herBelf in a grocery store by asking very casually with her other orders, for five pounds of sugar. She had probably read the paper- but had just forgotten about it. The salesman very rudely pretended to fall backwards, the other customers, laughed and a small hoy even ejaculated: "flee whizz, where you been" She went out a sadder but wiser woman. Don't think I'm growling, Dory Ann. I think it's the only way to help win Ibis war, and J'n; all for conserving. You know so much more in Canada about it than we do here. V\'e are just beginning, and you have had so many years of it. You know I sew here for the British and have these four years and now hy conserving what this country asks us, 1 feel it is another way of helping our boys overseas. O, yes, there is one more day of denial, Saturday is porkless day. I am sure at the front there is nothing that Is appreciated more than a piece of bacon not counting that divine aroma, which is in a special little class of its own. 1 read somewhere a Tommy's brilliant idea cf ! luring the Hermans out of their trenches hy sending over as it were a barrage of bacon aroma along Ihe entire front. liow dreadful if carried out. thai fate should ordain that day to send inlo Ihe 'front line Jewish regiments. Would they eventually succumb. "O boy" was here this week, with its pretty tuneful airs. In these first sad days here the theatres are filled to overflowing. People with sons overseas go lo forget their anxiety for the. time being. "Where do we go from here," and "The old fashioned wife" as usual were the favorites. 1 could shut my eyes and see the boys the convalescent soldiers at Kettercairn last summer singing .(hem with heart and soul. Any man who writes a song these days that pleases the soldiers deserves a military cross. You cau But bread into their mouths and socks on their feet, but O to put cheer !n their hearts. Phyllis Xeilson Terry, a niece of Kllen Terry's was hero this week in "Maggie." I sa�- her early in the fall in Ihe vaudeville circuit. She gave two scenes from Hamlet and it was a most artistic performance Kor one so young she took the part, of Ophelia in a remarkably finished manner. The staging of the scenes was exquisite and her ICngllsh fairness was lovely against the rich sombre background. "Maggie" was a fizzle as far as being a play. The plot is most hackneyed. It is a tale of an American slavey who suddenly finds she is an heiress to millions in Kngland. After taking up her position she decides she doesn't like it and wishes to return to New York. It is an Injustice to give Miss Terry with her talent such a clumsy vehicle in which lo star. There were-not two hundred in the audience the day T was there. I hope in my next letter to tell you a little about the spring styles. The shop windows are filled with gay dresses, hats and parasols that make your heart fairly thump to look at them. This is the lolly pop at the end or at least a little bit of it so that like Oliver you will ask for more. (Jood-hye my dear, dear Dory Ann. THE CRICKET. Rai s aism eones Regular 25c per dozen. Thursday 2 dozen for C KIRKBY&CO. 606 Third Avenue South ;