Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATUKDAT, FHMHUAHY H>, ISUR irlE LETHBHIDC.1% DAILY IIKHALU l'A(iir: FIFTEEN FGDdiavinginrheHome Splendid Example of Canadian ^A>men MILADI [ Kudley I, Kalliic. Denver I. Itepnrt of KnilliiiK. Wi-.sf m iu tf!a r .school, .liiiiiiary, l!)IS Wool received. 1L' packages. Socks luiii'ed. ll'.'l pail'.1: -Fthel Allen ID, Toi:i All'-n li, Mary Anderson I, M�y Aiim-tr I. IhMSle ! lininl I, Kiilhic itairil I. .Mai liniwn I, Annie darter >. llnrrifri; i'..rrIon;;ei' echoed if thereafter, Some (iii(3 came and went along Through the wide street's throng. In the forest, far away, Some one crept, at close of day Folded softly wing- on �wing- - A wind of spring. PERSONAL Mrs. I). H. Kit on itke City lanf ��� i i.i iirned from Salt i Miss Viva Klton ha* !> crowded i "� l',,'> �0U!�B t'�1' on account of illness. ? > * SOCIAL EVENTS ? : ? * in� extract and is noted for.its speed in overcoming severe coughs, throat ud chest colds. Its millions of enthusiastic users havo made it famous the world over. There are many worthies* imitations of this noted mixture. To ovoid disappointment, ask for "ZVj ounces of Pincx" with full directions and don't accept anything else. It is guaranteed, to give absoluta satisfaction or money promptly1 refunded. The Pincx Co., Toronto, Ont. iums�and purpotf.s of rigid food control," Khe declared. "In many respects better, quicker results can be secured by elimination of food waste, restriction and discrimination in the use of foods than by possible preparations for increased production, and it is quick and immediate relief which is now imperatively needed by our suffering Kuropean Allies.'' She does not moan by this that any effort should be spared to further the cause of production, but rather she thinks that all classes should "got busy" now-saving wherever they can savi*-substituting whatever they can substitute-and producing they can produce.. The Ancient Order of Foresters, Court. Star Lodge, are boding a dance on March 1st, at the K. I', hall. . I .:n:r.i Cii---i dale 1. .lack I lay ward I. K llolliday j I I. v .larvie I. I Ina Jones llosie .11, � i in j, Viana ,lo--lllti ", Minnie Kirk ,1. I'.eruarri KniI>1 >; L\ liessie Laing 1. Aiv'el I.arson y. I'lareiiie Larson I. Kited l.aisoa !, Jessie Martin J. .loim Martin i, Dora u confined | Mellor H, I lurry Mocki'ord I. Mary Me two weeks 1 (iowan 1. Grace McVulty 1. Dora No. I 1 I, B. Olander I, Isahelia flje ]. Alien Hiidpalli 1. Doris Roberts I. Mice l!o:-s 1., Daisy Knssell _'. Janet .-jnii I. Irene Himpson 7. Klsie Snieed 1.. Marjorie Smith L', llaniei Stetikley J, Harry . Bwingler 1. Stanley Turner I. Wiimi-fred Walhvoik l. Myrtle W.-mlhiaii ;:. Annie WaU'rhi)iisi> 2. Bessie Water- BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA The food drink without a fault t' I i �3 Mr. �and Mrs. Itaymoiiri Swanson, who have been spending the winter in Chicago have returned. I Mr. a^jd Mrs. George K. t'udoba and j Miss Dorothy have re'nnieri from an) extended visit to Rochester. New York and other eastern points. Mrs. (Capt.) I'ott. ol .Medicine Hat', j is on her way ea'-i and will sail in a ' few days for England, where she twill | hoii.-i; 2. lOlla Waterhous son I. l'h.vilis ^�'liiiion son 3, Ine:'. Wilson l. _'. .lohn W.i!� He W WEDDINGS * : * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > * yKht The organization has received waste and extravagance almost, or 1R approval ami encourasement l � the whole parish, and it is hoped that R. Cooper, superintendent of vVater-ton Lakes Park, left recently for a two-weeks' vacation in Seattle, Vancouver, and other points. � Miss Alexander, the new mathematics teacher at the nigh School, will arrive in the city next, week from Brockett where vie is at present re siding. Capt. Dixon who lias heen on leave at Mapie Creek with his parents leaves on Sunday for the east, accompanied by his wife. He will spend the remainder of his three months' leave in Sherhrooke and Montreal. The Capt. is a brother of Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. reside in return. Edmonton South on their KEEP LIVER ACTIVE ID BOWELS GLEAN Best When Bilious, Sick, Headachy, Constipated, or For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. quite to the limit, a cursory �jlance into the homos of many of trie rich and well-to-do reveals conditions of ruleless over-supply and unnecessary consumption quite parallel with thos3 prevailing in peace times," declared Lady Foster. "There is practically no restriction in the quantity or variety of consumption and no sacrifice comparable with that being made, in England or France or Italy. Probably one half is a moderate estimate of what could be saved if even the Briti3h standard were practised. It is in these countless homes in Canada- in country villages, towns and cities- that the gospel of saving and sacrifice should I be preached and enforced by all the j pressure that governmental regula- j tions can give." I Lady Foster thinks that, women j have sacrificed more in dress and in ! other things than they have in food, and that they don't seem to reaiizo the situation in full. "If all information at hand can be relied upon, soroethirg akin to famine threatens the population of allied countries, and we should, out of our abuiidume. make immediate response," she observed. Her views on how to bring home to tho women of Canada in the most forcible way the seriousness of the situation were sought. "II, seems to me," said Lady Foster, "that all the women should be enlisted through wide voluntary organizations put on in every municipality under central direction. Teachers preachers and platform speakers should be urged to join the crusa.de. No public meeting of any kind should be held without'a briof speech being made on food control. This personal appeal, combined with printed matter, should reach the greater part of the community. Of course, you have the foreign element to consider, and for them I think nothing- could be better than the community kitchen Beheane, which is advocated by the Local Council of Women. Operate these kitchens in different centres; let women bring their food to them to be cooked; train them how to buy to the best advantage-and it is wonderful how much good might result. These kitchens would touch women you can't get hold the first attempt on St.. Patrick's night will prove a success. The officers of this society are as follows: Hon. Pres.. Rev. Father, Cozanet; president, Miss H. Sehumaker; vice-president, J. Vaselenak; sec.-treas.. Miss AV. Kelly'; musical director, Rev. Father Cozauct; stage director, Mrs, E. J. Sehl; property man, C. 1). Murphy; stage carpenter, K. .1. Koen; electrician, W. R. Bates; advance agent. Miss Marion Kenny; musical committee, Miss N. Cunningham. Miss O. Van Hecke, Mrs. it. J. Kennedy. * * * The annual meeting of the Sir Alex The executive meeting of the Alexander Gait Chapter of the 1 ]). B, will be held at three o'clock j at the V. U. C. A. Monday. cheerful! Clean up inside to-l'erfl 1 GENERAL ITEMS. > Be i night and l'o^l fine..Take Casearels to j liven your liver and clean the bowels O- ! and stop headaches, a bad cold, biliousness, offensive breath, coated tongue, sallowness, sour stomach and gases. Tonight take Cascarcts and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you ever experienced. WaV.o up feeling grand--Kverybody's doing it. Cascarets best, laxative for children a Iso.-Advertisement. held in the Mason's hall, Friday, February 22nd. OLD COUNTRY SOCIETY YE OLOE FIRM The Musician finds in the Art iltfttui his demands more than met. He finds" a tone, unequalled-a touch that meets every requirement-an appearance that pleases the artistic sense. He finds a piano which is an inspiration in itself-a piano, from which he can obtain effects not possible from an� otrwi- irmtnimrtnt. SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA SHOWROOMS Armstrong & Raworth's, Lethbridge J. HARRY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAGER The. question of Canadian soldiers' wives and families /living in England is being very seriously taken up. When we >onsider that the quartermaster-general's department supplies 27,fiOU ,............._______j _____ ,.....soldiers' families with rations against andor Ga^TcVipter7L 6. D. \?, will be | counter-payment we realize the severe tax.on the resources of the country these people are. The military authorities strongly desire all Canadian .women to return home unless engaged in war work. These Canadian women and children are consuming supplies required for other purposes and helping to raise the price of food for those whose homes are in England. Surely it is the patriotic duty of these women to forget their own comfort and feelings and relieve heavily burdened England of this additional load. j � � Another honor has come to- Mrs. Arthur Murphy, police magistrate of Edmonton, in that two of her books. "Janey Canuck in the West." and "Open Trails." are being brought out in the famous Wayfarer's Library. This is the first time that a Canadian author has had books published in these editions, and when one considers that those brought out this year include the jiames of Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Humphrey Ward, A. G. Gardiner, etc., Alberta has reason to be proud of being the first province in the Dominion to claim an author who has been singled out for such an honor. * Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle were the most famous dancers on.the American stage and "set the United States dancing." Young and old flocked to (take lessons at the fafcious Castle Inn in New York. 1 Mrs. Castle sets the styles for the United States in clothes, as weir as in dancing.' Last year she took a flying trip to Rngland and made a decided "hit" in London with her beauty and grace. We will never again see dainty Pierette drifting across the stage like a bit of thistle, down in the arms or her stalwart Pierrot. The great war called Pierrot to sterner work and .wo all grieve with poor Pierrette who so bravely le1 him go. * it- * The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, 1.0. D.E. acknowledge with thanks the following socks from Westminster and Galbuaitli schools for January, 191S: Socks knil, Galbraith school-Andrew Logan 1, Tom Cook J, Lyndall Elliot 1, Marjorie Thomas 1, Alice Rart-ley 2. Isabelle Dixon 3, Arthur Park 1, Lillian Seager 2. Sarah \Tard 1, Mary Logan 1, Lizzie Ralston 1, Jaipes Gol-die 1, Alex. Linning 1, Margaret' Logan 1, Isabelle Macnabb'}, Mary Fozard I, Ethel Ross 1, .Mm Tennant 1, Willie Parks 2, Kenneth Henderstrom i, Lilv Melling 1, John Martin 4, Vincent Dit-rich 1, Miss Birch 1, Miss McPhee 1, Balazs Kazas 1, Lily Adams 1. Teddy A dramatic moment! at' the Labour Conference in London came when tire Prime Minister, turning to M. Albert Thomas, the French Socialist leader, exclaimed, with fervent, eloquence. "We are with France to the death." Both statesmen were visibly overcome. * + * Lord Athlono. who is Queen Mary's brother and a. brigadier-General, is home in England. He was, until made an earl, Prince Alexander of Teck, but. apparently is not yet recognized under his new title, which was no doubt the cause of a statement that he had no 'audience' of Mis Majesty. Even a King does not give an "audience" to his brother-in-law. Lord Athlone, .with his wife. Princess Alice, who was Princess Alice of Albany, and their daughter, Lady May Cambridge, went to see Queen Alexandra. � Princess Mary was tit the wedding at St. Peter's, Eaton-square, on January 31 of Lord and Lady Newton's daughter, Miss Phyllis Logh, and Mt.( Gerard Sancftxuan, Grenadier Guards. The bride has been a very intimate friend of Princess Mary, who in her teens was often at. Lady Newton's children's parties at the big family mansion in Belgrave square, once the town residence of the Dukes of -Bedford. Mr. Gerard Sandeman is a member of the well-known family of Scottish ancestry of Presdaies, Ware, which has hud long and close business associations with the wine trade of Portugal, and second son of Mr. W. A. Sandeman. i PUBLIC NOTICE A public meeting will be held in ; I he lioard of Trade Building at S.30 ! p.m. on February 18th, 1918, for the ; purpose of instituting a campaign for ! Cue raising of funds, for Halifax Relief. ! A full attendance is urgently re-: attested. | W. D. L. MAR DIE. i Ad N Mayor. l^vELAY has spelt ruin to many a person, to many an enterprise. It will spell ruin to your teeth if you keep on putting off your visit to the dentist. And your bad teeth will finally spell ruin to your health if you do not have them attended to at once. Dread of pain need no longer hold you back- DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT < IS A GENTLE ART. f Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson 0^ Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA / CALGARV OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE K. ' EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK of in any other way-especially iftliey were operatod in the foreign districts of the large cities. The" idea is that domestic science graduates might take charge of these kitchens and give either paid or voluntary service." Lady Foster was emphatic in her denunciation of all so-called "luxuries." "Ice cream, candies, expensive cakes, afternoon teas, theatre suppers and ail such extras should bo ruth-lossly cut out," she opined. "Health would not suffer thereby. Selfish indulgence would be curbed and we would then enlor. in part at least, into a community of sacrifice with tTie liomekeepcrs in warring countries." In her own household radical changes have been introduced. The beefless and baconless days are strictly kept. In fact, two meatless days a week have been observed for the paet year. Fish is served at least three tiny* a weok, and (here is no waste. As to cake, only war cake, without either eggs or bntter, is used in tho Foster home, and there are seldom more than two courses at any Any system of personal cleanliness is incomplete, that does not include a Sanitary Hair Dressing _this can only mean NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE Applications at the better barber shops Guiu-antend by The Hsrplctde Co. Sold Everywhere J. 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