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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Lr�?f6ftIDGK DAILY llEnALD For Haising Revcnu�i^Iiiforma-tioil Gathered us To What Oilier Places are lloihg ihojb1d.,\vJ1| be.Ji�ldjon;4uni5 yeara and of .S,0;,"'haa refused the appointment of ciAhmand-Ing officer of ^>Illltary pieftrict No. 12. In confirmation of this, a promln-parlng (oir the tax �ale of 1914 and | ent-military officor-.h^re received a 3915. The first advert! s^n^ent. will ap-, cablegrtai.from C5IJ:'Cro8H on Satur-pear about the first week of-Aprll and | day isaylng: ^.^'Atn'Sot coming homo." * ;:   PERSONAL ; > l THE MANAGEMENT BV, RBtURNiNQ THEIR TICKETS TO THE MAJESTIC THEATRC'lOX OFFICE' IMMEDIATELY.' MR. LAUpJER* WILL APPEAR AT THE ONE . IVENlNGPElteMiNi^ ONLY Helen, the IJiUu ilaughlnr oC .Mr, and �Mrs. F, Loighton, l.s to ho operated on today for mastoid In the Oalt hospital,   f c;apt. C, S, I'lifelc, M,P,r, of Medicine Hut, has received a wire from Toronto from Hon, C. R. Mitchell, stating that Jlra, Jlltcheira condition is unchanged and the doctors givo no en-coujog6ment, ' �"  �  Mr, A. B. Canning Is in town und he and his wife (nee .Mlaa Lnclllu Bck-i��torm), are going to live on the Dallas farm,    \. Master JDonald Mitchell had u lutle party Saturday evening to celebrate his seventh birthday. ' ' III *' � Miss Tllley left for Calgary lusU night to n'ttenil the soeipl service con vontlon,  � * ' The Jlev, 0. K, t>agg liaB goiie to Calgary to attend the social service conven.tion which is to lust three days, � � 4 Mr, and Mrs, Henry \V, -Dalne of Coaldalo, have Just returned from u two months' visit to the eajlern States. Mr, and .Mrs, George Cudoba and Miss Dorothy, Iiave returned to Frank after spending the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sinclair.   Mrs, John Burnett of-Foremost, Is visiting In the olty for a tew weeks, and is the' guest of ^fl's, James Moodie. * * * .\ letter was received from Gunner James Moodie and he wishes to , express his gratitude and thanks to the United church BIbl? class for th^ par-, eel sent to hliu. f �  * Mfss IjUyun 'Schweit'/.er spent the week-end In Calgary the guest ot Miss-L, M.irshall. Canadian women will b6 Inlerbsted at hearing that Bessie J, McKenna, until recently assistant inspector at the food controller's office and George Hambleton, Canadian Press representative at Ottawa, were married, Saturday at thekome of the bride itt, St. Thomas, Ont. lu recogultlon of Mrs. HamhletOn'a'work In the food control she has &een honored^witli the degree of Fellow of I'ollticol Science of Toronto University. Sho J� the,first C�,b-adlan woman thus luonored. last night at the honip of Mrs. U. F. He�lh, 1602 (ith Ave, a. A very ploaa-aiit gOclal 'efenliik was spent. Miss Vouiig |av'e a 'piano solo and Miss Galvin and Mi#s McCorniIck several delightful vocal iiumnnrs. . The Thistle SeWlng cluli will meet at Mi* Andrew*; j274 Stli Ave. A. S., .Wednesday,afternoon, \w Red Cross -sewlrip , , \ The Sir Alexandej' (Jali cliapler 1,0, I),K, will bold their onninil meeting In the,Mason's hall Fridii.v rvfsnlng, Feb, 22nd, at "rSO p,m. llardlevllle'Ladies' .\li| will hold Ihnlr social on WednissdH.v irvening at eight o'clock. * � -� � � � � ? � ; * ??�* > * > m a world growji old and cold and weary. , Leave the Bick-liearts that honor could not move,, And half mijn and their dirty songs | and dreary,.:' 'And all the little emptiness (jf love! Oh, we who have known shame, we | have found release tlicre, \Vhore there Is no III, no grief, but I sleep has mending. Naught broken save iliis body, lust | but breath; , / Nothing to shake thi: luiigiiing heart's j long peace there Biit only agony, and that has ending; And the worst friend and enemy is but j Death, -Rupert Brooke, (dit'd on tlie Dardanelles expedition), Rupert Brooke will live In fame afi an almost mythical figure. Among all who .have been poetp and died young, it is hard \.o think of one who both In life and'death hias^so typified the ideal radifnce of yoiitli and poetry.' Thus wrote Prof, Qilbert Murray on hearing of Rupert Brooke's deaiii lu the Dardanelles e'spedition, Winston ClftirchlU wroio; "Rupert Bro6ke,;ls.dettd, A telegram froiii>tl)C admiral at LempoB;,te|lK us that this life has closed "at the'-'hioniBnt when it seemed to have readied Its springtime."^ , . During thS last law months of his l(fe, months of prejtaration in gallant comrades'hlp'and open air, the., soldier poet told with all the simple force of genlMS, the sorrow of youth about to die and the sure triumphant consolations of u sincere and';itaiiant spirit. Me expected to dier; hn^^s willing'to die. for the dear lOnglahdwhose heautj' and majesty he know: and'hp advanc-(Sd towards th6 brink in pirtect serenity,.'with absolute conviction of the rigbtnesiv^f his country's, cause and a heart demd of hate for his fellowmen. HERE is a rioh^^nouriahing and economicaf food beveriige.. FRY*S Cocoa poMesBes to'the full that.very desirable "spirit of cocoa" which scientists call "theobromine"- a maker of brain and nerve force, with no unpleasant after effects. Next time you are "extra tired" just try a cup of FRY'S. See how it will refresh and strengthen you. Truest economy-use FRY'S 95 High Graide Amc^rican Dentistry tftvERY NATION ex-.JCVcells ihe ^ other in some 'particular >:sciencei aift ror .^inc^MStry. America 'ha&!al>yaysylielcl the lead injhe science and prac-,^{}-tiee/i6eii||eAH.  >�� ? >� � * * ^�>*  The Daughters and ^^alds of iSbg-land will meet tomorrow night (Wednesday), In the S.O.IO, hall nt 8 o'clock. All members are asked to make a spo-clal effort to attend this meeting. At the i'eople's Koruni om Sunday last the musical numbers were a piano selection by Mr, Whittaker and a vocal duet, "Autumn Song," Mendelssohn,:by Mr, A, 11, Smith anil. Mr, l.eo M. Coombs. / ,t-lt-Kli The Next-bf-Kln had i very pleasant social evening In the G.W.V, rooms Monday night. Though the thormopi-eter registered 27 degrees below xero, about a hundred members turned oUt. There were songs, gramophone, a�}|eq-tions and very enjoyable readlni^H'trnpi' some of the members. All bad a happy time. The tortnlijhtly musical cl)ib OFBEIUITIFUIHIUR, SOFl GLOSSY, WAHY Small Bottle Destroys Dandruff and Doubles Beauty of YoUr Hair.' Regarding Infant Mortality - Not All Births Are Registered within t'.>n winutes after Rn f-injl) cation of Uandeilnesyou can not find a sin|;le trace 'ot; dundrufd or (alUitg huir and your siiiilp will not itch'; but what will please you most will he i\fter a I'owrveulO use, when you: sprt.iriew liuir, fine und do\vny at flr8^7T5!es^r but really new balr~growing'all ov�v the scalp.. � : . , -iri.'f,'. V A little Dandei'lne ' iinniedlatolv doubles the beauty of your h(ilr. ,No difference how dull, faded, brittle xndi scraggy,, just. mulsten. u ,clothvwtth airhotiT^a^mliiidv wl.'^ty'fnfpioyeaa of Uie WliDalpM 1 Hallway � Coiuitany^ ItkalT- WlIU >itba. i.- J V-'. A New and Wonderful Treatment NUJGL offer^:a n^w and woiitlerfiil tr