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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �, THURSDAY, FBBRUAHY 28. HMS THE LI,! IIHIUDGE DAILY (lEHALD iWGE IvLFA'E.N - �:. r h f � - RETURNED PARTY || Halifax, Fob. as.--A hospital' ship pirrivod hum today from ISnglaud with oMJcera and 615 inert of the Cfttui* ;4lftii expeditionary forces including fti cot cases.J The party is In ehnr#e Of Major Crawford. GETS 3 YEARS AT EDMONTON Kdnionton, rob. tliO fJrnt' conviction In Kftmonton for a breach of the Military Service Act 1 brought n. Honlenec or three ?ye&ri� with hard labor in Alhrrlii pehilenUuT*' to Otto K'laU. n p 4 *. FRUIT SALT Hkaoachks ! What woman isn't, subject to them ? Some frequently. Others less often. But, in any case, if the womenfolk would only follow the example set by their husbands and brothers in the use of Eno's i "Fruit Salt," they, too, would escape the annoying-, painful head-* aches caused by a lazy liver or deranged digestive system. Made of the stimulating' and refreshing demon Us of ripe fruit juices, Eno's rouses the torpid liver to fresh activity and cleanses and invigorates the whorq digestive and eliminalive tract. A* headache lias no show where Eno's is. + * All druggists sell*'Eno's'* + a Prepared by J. .C. ENO, Limited, "Fruit Salt Works," London, Enf. Sole Agents for North America HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., Limited, 10 McCaul St. TORONTO MISS L A. SCOTT o f th e 4 -m h- I 4 r r e thbridg e � F " * inery 407 5th St. South Q 1 - i J,ri esto announce that*, she now has her trimmer from the city with her, and is showing a complete line of up-to-date millinery. r This seavson will show morte trimmed hats than previous You are cordially invited to call and inspect our display. inery Company 407 5th Street ou th Phone 457 PHONE 1224 a a .;. > > * a > a a > v THE RECALL a * : * : > * * > * * > *;* * I am the land of their ralliers. In me; the virtue kIh.vm; I will tiring (jack my chldron After c'*^taJji tluyy. Cnur.- ilu:-r i'ee! in tIn' j7, My elin^iny ma ,��r their new houghr ancient tveen, 1 weave an Incantation And draw them to my knees. Scent of smoke in the evening, j Smell of rum in (he night, ; The hours, the days and the seasons Order their souls aright. Till 1 mane pluin the meaning I Of all my thousand yearn. [TIN I fill Lheir heartH with knowiedge, : While I fill their eyes wiih tears. O peeled in town nfi l-'tiday morning. *> ; Tiiey have heen .i p-mi in ^ lheir honey-'> � Tui;oii hi Californin � j * Mrs. A. \Villirii]i-n!i is cxpeeted huine loiuorrow im�1* m*-' from Van- couver. I'ertloy rear! the story uV Ihe opera,] anil interHporsed tlirouKlnjiit Hie reading Mi'H. Slutilcy KlrkUam ftav^ tin: l'olliiwinR records from tin- opera on the Vkdrola which had heen kindly loaned by t he Manon and Itiseii oiigft hy KfMvuivl Johnson. AIho the following selenions rroni W/iKtier: "\'v\7.o. Knu^" inmi .MeiMlei1-siiiRpr by- Mtpohu lillman: "Hinig Uv tin-KveniiiK Star" lri)m Titunliauner. by Maurletv llfjnuud; "Pi 1 ki iitis Chorus" from Tanxihuufloi', hy Arthur Pryotv; band, and a selection from "Lutieji-jjrlil" hy Ai'tlua* Piycjr's band. TIiih (h l.h" fioeotul your fh" mnnie dej>ori-] ineiit has Mttidlfld operii by the n~e. of j reeocdH. IvefJihrldge .seldom haw �WW*?-! FEAR A LEAK OF U.S. Mrri. StarneH of \l;u:U-od win-town ycHierday. in , .Mr?. R. M.  Milliard �.r Maeleod is : viPiHiiK her sister ;r> Jn w, M;s. \V. S. Havana, Keh. ^S - I'os! ul'li.f de [liirtttieiit oj i icia Is ,j|>d secret ai?en t �* uii' imamIninfc i in* ri 1:1 il frmu Mexie.j en )he Spimish \iner il"^iua Maria I i "hrisi in a. Tlie Sj>a nish mi ni --1 it \ i Cuba who is in eharue (,t' 'iiM'.nan in-i teres! here i.-- wai i Hiirj ; ii" in^jiei-. tion. An uiH'oiii'iruifd ntiiiur ulti.i! razor ,( j last night flnil eetiain doeuuieni.-" i'rei ii bridge held a Mrs/ Kirhwood \V;u *on. *wiio lias been on the teacji'titc stall' of I'ou-t naught. School, Medi' toe Hat. h�s gone , to Lq Paa, i\Ian.. lo j/dn her husband,, who has n posiiion 'here. Mr. and; Mrn. AVatfjnn are both former renl-flejils of Lethbrhlge. � 0 9 ! Sujit. au ? ? > *;* : > > * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? o c� *> > : * * �>, The Mvn Wire Cla-s of the United! The Central \V. .  * c> �> *;� * c o > v WEDDINGGS a Offering lheir services as nufse's for | ? ? 4 jover^eas .service. .Miss Kthel Miu> Ftem- , ? jhiK. daughter of O. K. Kieming, K.C.. of U'-iuUsor. who bus two Htms ni ihe front, and the Mi.ssnK Margaret Janet i and Margaret (Jow, sinters i/ Lieut -Col. Alex. Oow. commander of the] j Windsor home guard, will go tn France ' Yesterday at noon t.he marriage of :si,or,]V with a Canadian hospital unit: ive. second daughter of Mr. and now being formed. i WINCUKSTKK- WILLIAMS that far land. "Well boys, this is a land worth fighting for," said Colonel Wigle of ; the famous IStli when he landed bin men at Avonmouth. Eng.. in May. early in the war. Ami every man as he looked at the glorious picture of peace, plenty, blossoming orchards and flowering "hilKs'dea echoed his , words. Ves indeed, "it is a land worth fighting for.M f. * .> * .> * # & o ? > {surprise party at the home of Miss A. j MaUon. 522 12th St.. H. X.. teacher of the class, last evening, on the occasion of Miss Matson's birthday. A pleasant evening wa^ .spent with music and games and Miss Mataon was the recipient of many wishes that, she ( would live one thousand and twenty-one yeara. , � * * The United CJiuivh i-iiolr practice will he Uttld Friday. .March Jnt, instead of tonight. A PERSONAL v ? > * �! * * o $ 6 q > o : * : � GENERAL ITEMS. * Mian -lane Gregory, daughter of the attorney-general of the Tubed States, 'applied to the food administration ( authorities for ah $80-a-month job. giv-j ing as reliei'ciicos Colonel F. Al. House and hei* father. Miss Gregory told the employment, clerk she lias three dependents. "Three dependents?" gasped the clerk incredulously. "Oh, yea," she replied. "I've adopted and am supporting* three Belgian children.'' Mifc-s Gregory got the Job.  �  The name of Miss Scott was onihtejl from tutme holding milUuety displays. She 'iias'fe ii(r�hbWin& of pretty hats in all the faHhioiVjLbie styles and colors. The lion. Kdith Howard, whose engage ment to Lord Congle'ion, a liou-tenant in the navy, is announced, js the yotiugetd daughter of Mr. ttoberi 11 owa rd n nd La dy St rot li cona. The latter is the only daughter of the late Lord Strathcona. and succeeded to" th-> title. *i: - * ,Tb!K' 'lettfef will he of interest to) Lettaijridge.f |ieop]^/ * The writer is a Mr?�.' lit* AinsWVorth, secretary Alexander Gait Chapter, 1.0. D! -."E-., Leth-bridge.  Ufear1 Madam: The twelve bundles of socks sent to Uve battery by, the ALexauden. Gait CUa.wt*!' I O. T>;, fe.-^^V^:-*�iiy at1-irregular intervals'" fliroiighout Chriathias time. Permit me to tliank you on behalf of the A-v . Q. C, ^Oth Biy.  *  i^Tary McLeVJirMoore, the well kuowu lingiish writer who visited Canada Home time ago. has an article in the last issiutf.qf .the Lady's !*tclovSM, in which 's'iie_ ..ohiUnwar. Her pioneer .work has no doubt, Its influence on some of the Canadian women, wlio are now regularly-engaged in the service of the wounded men in Knghind. S.oinp of these operate ihe 'motor trucks that carry Herl Cross and other shpfllie**, but ihe majority are ambulance drivers, who are ready when occasion urises: not,only to clean, but to effect temporary, repairs to their own machines. Miss Moore visited ihe establishment and gives a bright sketch, showing something of t.he spirit and the personality of these fellow countrywomen. Prominent among'them was another Victorian, Mrs. Sweeney, wife of Major Sweeney of Vancouver. Mrs. Sweeney, as Miss Violet Pooley, was a champion tennis player. The strength and skill she gained on the tennto oourt and the health she carried from the golf links ahe is now turning to good account and we may he sure the , weak and suffering share the tender-( nes.y that in good women accompany strength. Mrs. Evelyn Gordon Brown, wife of Lieut. K. G. Brown; of Ottawa, and grand-daughter of Col. Sir -Percy Sherwood. Dominion chief of police,! will graduate from ibis Oaining school J in London 9h6rtly, and take up more adventurous aiid perhaps more dangerous work in Krance. Another Ontario w-uman is Mrs. A. F � Douglas Cameron, wife of ! Lieut.-Oof. Cameron, who holds a. command in the Strathc6iv:i Horse, and has been in France since early, (w the war. She is one off the (laIt family. Two Vancouver, members of tfais Mrs. T. J. Simons and little/laugh- O'JiVt .the meeting ik- ibe'y. jvf; r a ; t{$;i�loxander Gal; Chapter L O. D.; .organized. f "the Home Nursing' WdtUses The meetings will bir at the' i OaJ&HospiiaK , � . i . ter Audrey, have gone to Carmangay �^prDaugiiters and Maids of iCng-: : to visit during the'absence of Mr. Sim-1 hliN^l^l^.^Uothef^^rV^ siuccessful. ! ons> who is expected back in about; a  v/eek.J �i i- �  i j. Mi?. and/Mrs. A. W. Kress leave to-' night for Calgary and Bankhead. iwh^tTV'^fiv^ "and ay Selu*ol reniaius upen Mi M\'a\(lies'. ullt' XlKht School elost :- dune for two i ii u n l h ^. Arrau^c ii> enter nn Monday lU'xl. Alarrh *l. ami ytm -will have mm' fur a full Knur Months' ( 'OUl'rO. SUBJECTS Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-Ucepinn. Arithmetic, Letter Writing, English and French. Garbutt Business CoIIcpc 411 8th St. S., Lethbridge Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone 1531 The Proof Our Gentle Methods W another dentist in this city, this province, or in fact anywhere with confidence equal to that which permits us to say to every patient beforehand, "Cast all your fears aside. Forget your previous experience of cruel torture in th dental chair." Have assurance have faith and believe-bs Dentistry As We Practise + 4 It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Blk ft LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. ^ i- EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK 1 Ready / Wear Department 1 � -* if Owing to the. very Jdg, luisinesn in our Ln'dies' Custom Tailoring Dept., and the difficulty of securing* more competent help avc decided ive would have io open a Keariy-to- We-'ir Dept.. ond have secured the sole : ^inc\ for the well Known Queen Quality t "Brand of Ladies' Suits, Dresses and Coats. This is a high grade line and was iounerly carried hy tlie + Royal Store. r ri " The styles are the very latest and the workmanship high class, r , ant of these goods is now on display ladies are invited to call and see liem. ShuulU there bv. nothing in'this - ''rst shipment to please you we {iAve a large sloek of imported 'English woolens and will make you a costume lhat for style, lit and workmanship can-not he ex-colled. A i4i G08 THIRD AVENUE S. ^ * i r "T ' p **** ;