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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATt;iU)AY, MAHCIl '2, HI18 'IHE LtrilBIUpGi;; .j>,\)i.Y IJEHALI) I'AGK F1FTKKN BREAKFAST COGOA The food drink without a fault Made of high grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of -chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is deli-? cious, the natural flavor of ,the cocoa bean. The genuine bears'this trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited. Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. > A DOUBLE SEXTET A certain lii'iinicii Alan, who knew All things, from I'yYnniids to Poor Rates. Divided nil t!i('. World into Three Sexes. Women. .Men and Curates, CLUBS AND SOCIETIES And now about the Pacifist'.' He says he's mule, Iml win prove il .' Let's add the Creature l.o Hih As nil appendix and remove shall i > : : The Art. Needlewe.il in. the home, of .Mr,. HI., on Monday iiftei n A GREAT AUDIENCE Wonderful Musicians (iain in Popularity With Music hovers of (ilv list, it. PERSONAL � * + > > ? . . , . . ,. I ' The first, meeting ni ih "' * * v -  ||,K ,,iyS,, v>-iii 1,0 at (lull Hiss Madge Hamilton, night super- 'afternoon at three "',�)... h intendeni ut. Cult hospital returned 1 * * * yesterday from a two month;-)' holiday j : :> .: �: > : > : : ; : spent in Florida. \ .Mrs. M. Aletherul, of Weylnirn, ! * Sask., who has been visiting her ] .' The community wishes to thank Aliss K. Ingram for playing the organ, also .Mr. Whitb-y and Air. Archibald for the violin, a very enjoyable evening was spent. The MORNING CEREAL will tasle all the better and be all the more nourishing if plenty of milk from this dairy be used. Our milk is exceptionally rich in cream and fine in flavor, net-ter have a bottle left, at your door every morning, you ran have it. regularly for breakfast. Phone 1570._ Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone  1576 shortest month in the year at that. If i such a rate of income is maintained,! the city police court will be a source ! of much revenue, more than would I have been collected under, the old license system. Trouble is brewing with the city employes at the power house, the force of four men have told the chairman of the water and light committee, alderman Jackson, that unless an increase in wages is not granted them before tomorrow afternoon that they will quit work. A special meeting of the city council has been called for this evening at five o'clock to take into consideration the demands' of the men and to avoid, if possible, any shut down of the power house, which would leave the town in darkness. The executive board of the miners of District. Eighteen," are remaining over in town to transact business growing out of the action of the district convention just closed. Several of. the delegates have also remained over a day longer, to enjoy the mountain air a little beTore returning to the prairie towns. The bonspeil which was inaugurated by the ladies of the I. O. D. E. for Wednesday was a decided Buccess, and the patriotic funds have been augmented to the extent of more than one hundred and fifty dollars. Many ladies took part in the curling and the sport was kept up far into the evening of Wednesday. We Want, You To Read This IF you are under the impression whether from your own experience or that recounted to you by friends, that the average dental operation is a thing to be avoided as being cruel, brutal and unbearably painful then YOU are the person we want to talk to because, we KNOW that you will be interested in what we have to say. Our application of modern painless methods in dentistry has driven all terror from the dental chair. DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. Drs. Brueer, Richards and Nelson Ott B1L, 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LethbrioV LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRfSTALL BLOCK ...� / Mr. and Mrs. D. Baker and daugbt-i er. Virginia, returned yesterday from i a ten weeks' trip in North Dakota. i * * * ' i The dislinclion of being possibly the ; first Reglna woman to be "mentioned I in dispatches" belongs to Alias Lawrle i Stewart, the well known golfer, mem- j ber of the Regina Golf Club for sev-, eral year's. Miss Stewart was mentioned in dis-. patches last December by General j Haig for brave conduct shown during! an air raid made by the enemy on 11! hospital in France.iThe raid took place at night and Aliss Stewart, clad only in scanty night, clothing, assisted in getting the patients from the hospital to a place of safety, returning when her work of rescue was accomplished and completing her toilet. The hospital according to information recently received from Kngland, was badly wrecked in the course of the raid. Miss Stewart's plucky conduct was undoubtedly a factor in saving many lives. � *  Over .C-1,000 was realized in London, England, by the concert and flag day arranged by George Robey for the j Bartlett benefit of the Waterloo Free Buffet " for saih>i's and soldiers. The Coliseum was packed from floor to roof with a most generous and enthusiastic audience. N"ver had George Robey got together a finer programme. There were 29 items, all being star turns. Ellen Terry recited beautifully. Violet Loraine, in black velvet /and chinchilla, brought down the house tiv soap and duet. Aileen fJ'Orme never sang better. Adeline Genee danced a,s only Genee can, and Irene Vanbrugh, looking the last word in chic, wore wine-coloured velvet and a Clack hat white ospreved. She recited with grfiat' pathos the specially written message by Sh' Arthur Pinero ,and the manuscript was auctioned later by Mr. Robey for �1,630. How's that for a record? > ! * GENERAL ITEMS * * * The concert at. Knox church last ! night was a rare musical treat and i every number given was keenly ap- j predated by the very large audience j which greeted the Cherniav9ky trio j on their return to Lethbridge. The , artists were most generous with their , encores. Cough Nearly Cone f in 24 flours ? ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER * ? ? �: : * : : : : : : : : :  The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the I. O. D. K, acknowledge the receipt of 7,'S'i pairs of -.ocks from Fleetwood school duriur. February. Grades VII. and VIII. Ill pairs: Doris Morrison 2, Rhenn .McQueen 1, Constance Mathers 2. Annie AlcVean 2, Gardu See-bloom 1. Emma llollidav 1. Alary Scott :�!. Alice liealon !. Phyllis Hatch 2. Alary Wat kins s. Grace Johnston II. Bessie Smith :i, Kdna Scott 2. Grennar Hansen 2, Eunice 'Cortnor 1. Alary Archibald 1. Uertha Hunt 1. Grades V. and VI., :'.r> pairs: Helen Schumacher ii. Gladys Bartlett 3. Ethel Kuth 2, Geoigi' Johnston 2, Luella Setrle 1, Kathleen Symonds 1. Douglas Robinson I. Kathleen Cull 1, Doris Kipp 1. Irene Brooks 1, Jennie Lingard 4, Doris Treliving :t. Princess Rliodes 2, Prank Alexander 1, Lome Nichalson 1. Viola .Miller 1, Bertha Miller 1. Eric Treliving 1. Laura Frachc 1, Grace Bartlett 1. Kathlyn Porter 1. Grades IV. and V..,.:!.'! pairs: Norene Arnold 1, Sidney Bourne 2, Leslie. 1. Rachel Bishop 1, Lillian Bourne 1. Norman Brooks 1. Connor 1, E-mil Eivert L Lilly Hills. 1, Cassie Marshall 1. Campbell McVean 1, Ernest AlcDowel 1, Gertie Odmark 1, John Dougal 1. Lenft. Forbes 1, Helen Jurg-ens 1. Earle McGregor 1, Etta McVean 1. Lawrence Speck 1, George Powell 1. Kathleen r Parry 2, Lillian Shurland 1. Jennings Tudor .1, Amy Wicks 1. Norma Russell ~\. Jerry Tudor 1. Amelia WaUelin 2. Jack Handle 1. Grades 111. and IV., 25 pairs: Kathleen Muggins l, Jean Robertson ;!, Lottie Searle 1, Annie Mossey 1, Muriel ^McGuire 1, Clara Setrle 2, James Cooper 2, Jack Woller 4. Margaret Neve 1. Hazel Davidson 1, Marjorie Ur.win 1. Lieta Maguire 1. Joe Johnston 1, Jean .McKay 2, Lloyd Bouck 1, Minnie Schumacher 1, Arthur Foreman 1. Ruth .Iiirgens 1, Jnmes Coffay 1. Aliss Hinds :i. C. C. Brodle 2, F. Bennington 2, K. Waterman 2, A1. Cur lie '1, Airs. Cripps. : WEDDINGGS 'I' LIND-EBER At Knox church parsonage yester-j day afternoon Nita Marie Eber -.tul i Fred Lind, both of Milk River were! united in marriage by the. Rev. W. F Burns. m m o TOA1PK1NS-FULLER On Friday. March 1st. Loran A. Tompkins and Carrie E. Fuller, both of Lethbridge were united in marriage at the residence of II. A. Lillibjidge, 515 12th St. A. N. The Rev. K. .1. Hodgins of the United Church.. North Le^jbrldge officiated. ounces of i'incx* (50 cents worth 1. Tour this into a 16-oz. bottle and fill the bottle with filajn erannlated sugar evrup. 'Hie total cost is about fl\> cents and vou have 16 ounces of tlio-most effective remedy von ever, used. The quick, lasting relief you bet from this excellent couch syrup will really surprise you. It promptlv-heals the jn>-flamed incmhrancg that, line the throat nd air passages, slops the annoying throat tickle, loosens the plileym, and Boon your couch stops entirely. Splendid for bronchitis, croup, whuop-iuK cough and bronchial asthma. Tinex is * galt HOSPITAL -> > : : : : : * > : : } * The report I'dr the Gait Hospital for the month of February, 1918, is as follows : Number of patients in hospital beginning month ............. -18 Admittances during month ...... !M 142 Number of patients discharged during month ................. Deaths during the month ........ Number of patients in hospital ut the. end of month ............ 7!l Ma is 58 ci.S Lowest, number during month ... Highest number during month . .. Daily nverugt! during niomh ..... Number of hospital days for priv- ' ate patients .................. 125 Number of hospital days for ward patients (free) ................ ViH Number of hospital days for ward patients paying ............1002 Total number of hospital days for the month ...................1565 .Number of operations under geu- . enil anaesthesia .............. r-2 Number of operatiouB under local or no anaesthesia ............. Number of patients treated In out door department ............... ..umber of dressing; .and .treatments in outdoor department .. 12 Bfie Emblem' r^(Ticien{ School light School While our Day School remains open all summer, our Night School/closes June 30, for two months. Arrange to enter on Monday nexl, March 4, and you .will have time for a full Four Months' Course. SUBJECTS Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Letter Writing, English and French.. Garbutt Business College 411 8th St. S, Lethbridge Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone 1531 Winn 'in!i ii iraaaw Satur Spec at the from 6 to 9 p.m� .7- No Phone Orders The Object of These Specials Is To / Bring You Into the S^oie Personally. JAPANESE GOLD CLOTH HAND BAGS Hand painted and finished with heavy cord and tas sel. Regular $1.50 each. Saturday night............ 69 c I I TOILET WATERS, HAIR TONICS AND LIQUIDl CREAM Specially reduced to clear on Saturday night. an each value. Assortment of two for ........................................... 25c each value. Assortment of two for .......................................... I 45c I_ Beautiful Juicy ORANGES. Saturday night, per dozen..........................24c 1/ T 1 LADIES' GUNMETAL BUTTON BOOTS With !i inch tops. Louis heels. I) filling in all sizes. Regular �7.01.1. Saturday night ................... 3.89 LADIES' DONGOLA KID LACE BOOTS S inch black poplin tops. Louis heels. A very dressy shoe. Regular $7.50. Saturday night .............., 3.99 WHITE JAP SILK WAISTS A limited quantity only of superfine quality to b� �* �n learetl on Saturday night at ....................... ItiL-J 500 YARDS, BUNGALOW NETT Ranging in width from "S to 44 inch in cream, ecru and white. Saturday night, yard ..................., 29c 30,0 YARDS NOTTINGHAM LACE In cream, ecru and white. From li to 9 Saturday night only at, yard................................. 19c 50 LBS. OF PEPPERMINT LOZENGES Only 1 lb. each customer. Regular 25c lb. Saturday night, lb......................... 10c 300 LBS. CHOCOLATES Including Alexander, Victoria. Apricot. Snow Flake. Aurora Ginger, Vanila and Ganongs Assorted Bordeaux, Cinna- Mfk awn Stick.'Ginger, etc. Regular up to 75c. Sal. night, lb. Tvv I I Cowan's "Active Service" Chocolate Bars- Regular 25c. Saturday night............20c I CHICLETS Regular lite box. Saturday, night, for 20c V^^- 1 - -.�-��.�. ~f | ......... - **� k ;