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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'KSOAY, FKHIU'AltY 2(i, 1018 THE LF/r^-ve ilDGE OAU.Y IlKIULD PAGE NINE 4 Another Letter from Our Buyer Telling All About the New M IT LADI PHONE 1224 Thing for Easter Five or six years ago we decided l:o into the Ready to Wear Business, and at that time we followed the usual custom of buying Suits, Coats and Dresses from the travellers, months and months in advance of the time the people required them.-Now-a-days such a thing is impossible to the Merchant who intends to do the Ready-to-Wear business right.-Styles are really never determined until the first o( February- -and after that all the really new things appear in the Market. To get this "very last word" in Styles we decided to send cur buyers east each season- and we believe the policy 'Z- *jt v * > * > > ' refrain, hi the course of rnnvi'rsa-' t.ion, 11)e singer told his frbuids that PERGONAL   4 *t* > > * * > v v v v � � > ho expected to spew! tin; ; unnuer in winging tor ihe bo\s "Out "Il.'s the only pUif c for m'\" :� � France tremendous growth of our ready-to-wear.department can be attributed to the of going to'market. We publish one of his letters which will give some idea of w is really nevy in the East. hat Miss K. M. Holm*'. ,�r me Hull Block, leaves in a da;, i.r two fo.* Victoria, B. C, where � h.- �pi h�vo charge of' the inussag'* woik mi a Con* vnlcscont .Military h.)rj>:n|. Miss Terry, who him boon .': e-i.-nni', .Miss Holmes for .some time ].;n,n'o has arrived in town, and will hi- near! trimmer for Miss Cameron t _ Friends of Kev. Prol'. Kilp.iirick. for There."' he said. I think it was the pei'MinuI no;.- in the concert last night thai mad*' us all feel better and braver when we eamo away. It's an inspiration to see u man like Harry Lauder, plain and rough and mainly interested in mone; getting, rise'above the littleness of life and develop u soul big and fine, u'ter the shock of a great sorrow. This war makes us realize more and more the wonder and pownr of the human spirit and how mneft of God there is in it. To be able to sink personal grief and lurn the void in the heart into a | great Htore-hoiise of low for humanity. That indeed Is the miracle of these war dayH, a miracle that we sen: be-iug performed in many lives, with which we come In to\ni> Hurry LuudeV fs to sing in the Armory, JSdmontoM, sealing 10,000. Kd- ting of soeks tor tile soldiers. Not only does the quantity they lurn in speak for their patriotic outlm.-;.;:- ni ! hut the excellent quulity of the work reflects great credit on both 'earlier and pupil. During the year the Chapter has endeavored to keep in touch with the sehoni wort; and thinking ii might l>r of a.-isist arne. re the knitters Hock measures have been ordered Un-the r-chuo!;.,. Prizes have been give-ii for jta; riot ie essays and for w rit 'ng: , ,\l i�". S'.tames pave a very d� �>"�> I.!o l/ool; for t'lr ho-d e.iisay on Jii'- Uriti: n A piiCiolir liiiriiry 1i;is hei-n pk.'-rd in Si. liiisii-- scluj.tl. .s ;i i�x-hiijiiion of a roller! i'on of !i i.:ti.n-j�-M! ptcMil'e;: was given in �; rooms, flervinff re- freshments for school s}>orts day and i serving the Duke's luncheon and r-.and-v i wiches for the Chinook Club, collection and sale of paper, raj's and ho;-ties. Captain lienstiaw's lecture, last minute sale, two tag days. in om-nerthm with the tag days hold in May London. They represent Sir Arthur J'earson donor or St. Dunstan's House. ; ;�:; a home for I he blinded soldiers. * #  (�'our ".Montreal telephone, operators 1m vo be,.-]) engaged by t lie United i States (iovernrnent to go to Krance to rim l!o; military exchanges. The girU ^'dectrd because i hey nre hilln- 'I heir names are .lenn Ciiuuiug- i ni. i a f i if red 1 .eV.ajic, Al ice Ward n'j. . t I rf'tn Ala -sa\u-qnn. Long ; Island, v. iwre he i.: Si ai ioned. with Ali.s \\'.ni... # * * Mr. Win. Mitford, latvr of Airs. (Dr.) ('r;tgg is seriously :)\ in 'I'oronto. Mrs. Cragg i:s with him. c. �;* � o v v v o + *:* v SOCIAL EVENTS v ? performance. Mvo days after tho plan was out, A deputation from the executive of the I. O. O. D. rnt^t Mr.i. Harry Lauder at th� atation on the arrival of the private ear and presented her with a corsage bouquet, of red roses. * * sour, e of revenue. ^ , .fij ^ a roum] ^ when ' bridal couple flew down from Donating liave also been from Air. Peacock. -Air. Stacey, Mr. airplane at the naval station at Alnss-apequa and starred on a flight to (iov-ernor's island, which was finished in record t iine. The wedding quests, including a number of army and navy officers, gathered in front of ilie chapel ami the flew down ffom T.he. Kinnear. Air. Blackburn, War Veteran i Association, and Airs. Brando*-'4* class. skies and "taxied" ahno:-d; up to the door of the chapel. After the cere- > * v v v v V v v v v v v A very pleasant affair tool; [dace oti i Saturday evening when the clerical 1 staff of the post office made a sur-! prise attack on the home of .Miss D. i H. plaaier for tlie purpose of making i a prescntatipn to .Miss Glazier, who | severed her connection with the Post ! Office on Feb. 15th, after -deven years | service without missing a day. Mr. . .L S. Hamly, acting postmaster in a ! very neat speech made the presentat- ion of a vei ! Crown l)erb\ * * ; ? * * ? ? ? o Mr. Oalt |1Us pro.senU',] the Cliapler | nl'"->' ,1,p bnrlul party then mule us� with a silk siandar.l for CUmpter use. j "f 1"'"'fa" wans of ��� ............i,,,ti��., i.nvn : niiuticnuoii lo thi' Governors Island luring tlu- ycn taxioabs. for made to tlte tollowmg: War \et.oran' a. ? ANNUAL REPORTS OF * ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER ? ? * 4 ? > *:� The following is the report of the Returned Soldiers' Committee of the Alexander Gilt. Chapter: My aim has been to call upon the returned veteran koou after he returns. With ferw exceptions thia has been done. There ! have, of cour.se, been difficulties to contend with-U is hard to find the . ... , .homes, and often when you do get t,o x . r laf;e fhere js 110 one at. u-by China, as a mken ot es- llnim, Thpn ,ik,tan^� ^rnat. and teem she was held iu the staff. ( home. Then, distances are great, and Uibt means a longer time is needed lo Miss (.Hazier replied v^ry fittingly, , ([q ^ w.ork> Some ct>mP flm, ra,re oniy Don't New Suit Coat at Hurry _ ^ Your thanking the staff for lheir kind remembrance. Tho evenim: was spent in playing Theve is kepl a Cla-ier has accepted a i^iuon on the j ..Rcturned Record." also re- start oL the Hank ot aiui.tieul. j f.ords of th()se ^Q ^m neyer retunit but .have been called to higher service. This book is at the disposal of any of ir in .Mrs. Hyde, i our .m^mDevs who would earo to see rs. Huhuc of I'm-(a. [n m.aiiy way^ 1 have fallen far short of doing my duty but the work is very dear'to me, and mv earnest desire Mr. and Mrs. T. S WeU -riy enter-1 1b Uj do beUer wnrk during the year tuitwil the choir oi Wesley church on lipon wJlIch we are entering,, than 1 Friday night. Air. m inirty-five wore|liave clono Jn tiu, l>asK present and a mo: t enjoyable even-i In Cf>nn'e(;tlou wItu thl3 committee i Club, Serbian Relief. Frank Sanitar- ! ium. French itelief, Freheh Hospital, j Prisoners of War through Mrs. Rivers-Buckley, Canadian War Contingent \ Association, Canadian Field Comforts. ' British fled Cross, Two Soldiers fain-j Hies that were burned out, money for I the Halifax Relief has been set aside await ing information from Head Office, throe np.w flagfi were given to buttery point by Mrs. Harmon, Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Stacey. Two morris chairs were given to the Veteran Club rooms. Socks have been sent to our Lethbridge men in the trenches, to the Rod Cross, the C. "W. C A., and the navy. Assistance was given the Red Cross on July 2nd. and the Chapter conducted the French Relief tag day for the city. Much of the success of the year's work is due to the untiring zeal of the Regent who has given her time and work so unsparingly to further the interests of the Chapter. In placing these interest;- above the. personal and maintaining the broader vision of the I work of the order she has stimulated* the members to greater efforts in art- I vancing the work of the Daughters of 1 the empire at this critical time in the Empire's history. \   * ) $ f> > a* GENERAL ITEMS trip to tho VanderbiU Hotel, where a supper was served. wedding If you are thinking about * If*- soon i showing you the difference between Suits bought months ago from the last two weeks right in travellers and Suits bought eastern style markets. ing was spent in g.tmes, music and a magical contest, after which a delicious supper was served. Mrs. R. T. Hrymner is entertaining tonight for Mrs. Hyle, Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Dubuc of Pineher Creek. �:* : ; > *: :* * : > > : : : % �>�>*> *> * exceedingly well. Gen. Robertson received his commission as Second WHY THE SOLDIERS CAME When opening an institution known we now have the \V\w Veteran branch. Our duty is to help our G.W.V.A. whenever they should see fit to call upon us. Our first work was to assist in and. arrange tor the opening of their club room. We were glad to do this not only because of our veterans but because tliey have been very kind in 0 | allowing us to make use of their rooms puuprurc; AMn QnriPTiFc; X 1im s'� nu�>' occasions. On Christmas CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES y i ,(,y0 we Cllllertained the widows land or- .> .% .> * .>.:..:. * * * o o * K' * > v v v* v v Spring A general meeting of the Muthesis ! club wil! he he hi tomorrow at the Y.M. ! C.A. .Music department in charge. j The Thistle Sewing Circle ,.-ill meet iwith Mrs. A. Wilson, GOS 4th St. A. NM on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. Lieutenant in the 3rd Dragoon 1 as tho American Officers' Inn, in Cav- On account of alterations being made in Kirkbys tea room, the Major Jack Ross Chapter 1. O. D. E. will i f.!e�. Sir*William Robertson, who has relinquished office, was a unique -figure in British military annals, not so much because of Ms great abilities aa a strategist, but. by reason of the fact that he rose from the ranks. The only other recent case comparable with Robertson's in that of the lato Con. Sir Hector MacDonald. (Jen. Robertson is the sou of a Scotch farm laborer in Lincolnshire, �where he was born 58 years ago. He received on ordinary school education, became a butler, and at the age of eighteen enlisted with the 10th Lancers. He served in the ranks for ten years and devoted much of his spare time studying languages and military history. lie speaks French Guards and was sent to India, where endish Square, London, the other day, j not serve tea the\v.18-pght 'Jt Power * #  # I^.Nponse  t * * ^**17- Light & Power nary, tho total tonnage being 2;jbf75G, conrparcid with lilT.dlid tons in January, 1017. By districts the output was: t. ..jhu i;u*,442; Nicola Ui,153, and Crow's Ne-wfc 7W62 tons. Duscombe, ]\irs. 11. 0. Myers, Rev. \ Taylor, Rev. Bryan. Rev. Philps and Bishop Haynes. There are on sale at Robertson's Book Store, woolen flowers made by the ladies of Vancouver in aid of St. Dunstan's Hospital for the blind soldiers of England.. These are in all colors and reasonably priced at twenty-five cents. *   $ > > > o ^ > > M. FREEMAN, Comptissioner Puhlle. Utilities. ACCEPT RESIGNATION . ; Washington, Feb. 26.-It is unoffici-:U7!LPi t ;il]y announci'd that Prcshlent. Feng u,OJ)7.0'� j rj,wo (_:jianK ham aocej>tod tho ro.*lgna-4S7.4!> j non 0n Act.iJig Premier Wang Ciiing j 1 Iei\g. who on January *lu, requested 1 permitvou to rev re. The president at Uia-t itimo declined .to accept the re-b;tg nation. � ? THE VISIT OF THE LAUOERS * > *> �:* �> *> * : * : > After the concert last night, many people remained to shake Harry Lauder by the hand. Some asked for autographs and others, old friends who knew him in Scotland, greeted him as "Harry" and he had a- kindly word for all. On one old lady saying that she was disappointed-at not hearing him sing "A Wee Deoeii an Doris" he at once offered to sing it and those who were still in the church had tho pleasure <$$ :\�iaviug t?uV. popular thy progress during the past year not only in increased membership but in greater interest and the willingness with which the members have enlarged the work to meet the demands of the war conditions. There are nine standing committees that have been responsible for the different branches of work. These are: Tea room, educational; decoration, wool, entertainment, refreshment, scrap book, war veteran/ visiting. Interest has been stimulated in the broader work of the'Nationat Order in several ways. The chapter sent, Mrs. Bentley as delegate to the annual meeting of the National Chapter held in Victoria in June. Mrs. Robinson was sent as representative to the meec-ing of the Canadian War Contingent Association in Calgary and was elected vtce-prosident. of the Alberta branch. Overseas pftis have been given *o the members having husbands or sons overseas. In view of the need of conserving food instructive lectures and demonstrations on canning fruit and vegetables were given hy Mrs. R. U. Davidson during the gummer. Also a resolution was passed to discontinue the tea room as a source of revenue and to discourage (he custom of afternoon teas and the use of other than war time refreshments. A cJubh has been formed for Home Nursing under the direction of Mies McCarty, Superintendent of Gait Hospital also one in First Aid. One day a week the members have met to sew for the Red Cross. Too much cannot, be said In praise of the work done- by the schools in the knit- + Necessary Infliction OT SO MANY YEARS AGO when anaesthetics were first, introduced to surgery as a means of rendering' the patient oblivious to pain there was a great hullabaloo. Many good hut misguided persons contending that pain was a direct visitation of divine provi-ih'nce, looked upon any nvans toward its alleviatio. as impious. - -But today few. if any, persons refuse to avail themselves of the great, boon which the discovery and use tn anaesthetics has hcatowed on humanity. As humane methods in surgery have advanced, so have they progressed in dentistry. To achieve painl^sMiess in dentist-ry has'i.etn our life stjdy. So we do not hesitate to preach the gospel of our training------ ENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. 4 Drs. Brunei*, Richards and Nelson Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridgfe Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. 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