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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONO At, MARCH t, 1 n! 8 Mary hud u. little lamb Its fleece was while as anow. And everywhere that May wont Its wool was sure to 150- It followed her to school one May Hut not against the rule; Kor now the children do not play. Hut knit lamb's woo! at .school. And why doew Mary knit, ho eu in So bravely do bar part? 'Clause Mary due&u't love her lamb. But Sammeo bus her heart. * a a a a & a a a A a * A PERSONAL * * *:* * * * * * : ? : * * * c- ? RED CROSS AT BARONS LKTHBHIDGK DAILY TIKRALD PAGE NINE i FIFTY RETURNED TO PUT PLAY evening at 7.30 in .*. > * * > * : On Tuesday evening. Kob. L'Mli, the girls of Huron* organized an auxiliary Red Cross Societv - the "T. C. Oapt. A. W. Myles. ML.A. for Cypress. one of the few bachelor members ot the Manitoba legislature, fs to be married on April tf. ' His bride is to ho MiB� Vernu M. Wilton, a well-known public school teacher, who has been a member of the teaching staff! st. S. of the school at Oak Lake for Home time. Miss Wilton is a cousin of Cant. J. W. Wilton, M.L.A., for Asainiboia, And now overBeaF. The ladies, aid of St. Patrick's will meet at the rectory for sewing tomorrow afternoon. Ttie hiatory nnd current eventh section of the Mathesis (Mub will meet tomorrow afternoon at V, o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. Hoyd at f.44 12th The music department, of the Math-esis Club meets tomorrow evening (Tuesday! ut 8 o'clock at the home of" Airs. FClrkham. c� A A A > ... v A A MILLINERY OPENING (jeorge Mclvor of CalKary wa.*? a eek end visitor in town.  *  K. C. MacKenzie baa returned from the east. * * * Geo. Stacey has returned from a two months holiday in California. "Mrs. fitacey Is still In California and the Misses Staeoy returned as far as Victoria, where they are attending school.] all styles and shades as well as pret- * * * I t.y scarfs, veils nnd other novelties in Mr. Donald Jack of Seaman, Sask. I ladies wear. iB visiting Mr. and Mr.s. Allan Jack.! , Miss Tilney specializes in the Gage to jhe (). C." with a. membership of seventeen. The following offlcrs were appointed: lion.'Pres., Mrs. C. W. Tlan-seu ; Pre.-*.. .M iss J. Swanton ; Vice-President. Miss V. Hrowu; S^t reiary-Trei'surer, Misj: M. Moil 'I'he regular meeting ir. held every second Tuojjday evening, where ilie members do lied Cross work. On Wednesday e\ enin>;. Ceinuary 2S, the girl.1' of ike T. C. (J. C. gave their r rsi euiertainmeni in aid of the Hod Cross, by way of a progressive whist, drive, which proved a fjreat. huc-cftsa. The game commenced at. nine o'clock and at eleven thirty, when the finals were realized it was announced that Mrs. A. C, Freeman had svmr the lady's prize and Mr. Welsh the gentleman's prize, while Mr. K \Ve;u-zell had the honor of carry ins off the booby. The greater pan ol Hie evening's enjojynienf was due to the four-piece orchestra which furnished such excel-> ! lent music. The members of the club "The Volunteer l:� le ! >� So.'itf . Alberta returned volenti- fji ih!s war arrived in tho city at noun uj sla^i- ; the play at. the M;Je^ oniighi and ! tomorrow night for t u - � n * - f i f of O. ! W. V. A. funds. The (��;:�.. i y Albertnc ; gives Ihe hoys, -who .�> {>;.' i tin- play in Calgary Saturday h�-'�-!  tv.o larire , audiences, a great b"  mid h- 1 brldg epeople may Mo i  ii-n. |-*-t. a.-- i surcd that they will �  something [ good if lliey go to th 1 m Miss Josephine Tilney held her millinery opening the last of the week and lias a very fine display of hats in will take this opportunity to thank the orchestra members for their kind assistance. At midnight, a dainty supper was served by �h.-if) to * *  The ('algary Veterans arrive this Afternoon - and should get a good reception. Mrs. The junior grade teachers of Central school were entertained by Mrs. J. Morgan at her now homo on Saturday afternoon. A pleasant time was spent, in' Red Cross work and music. Miss Gow's musical numbers were much enjoyed. Mrs. Davidson, wife of the principal, kindly assisted Morgan. � * * ; Dr. and Mrs. Lynn "returned week from New York. The doctor will today open his now offices above the Consumers' Hardware. � | - last hat and has quite a number of very slyliah patterns. A small one in black straw with blue rim and scarlet, blue and yellow cherries in velvet was exceedingly pretty; also a high crowned black hat with upstanding bow. The poke shapes are very pretty, a large cine in blue and grey with blue ribbon bow at one side would be very becoming to a young face. The Japanese scarfs worn this season are very bright and with a dark suit and hat most becoming Miss. TUney is getting in a new Gage hat. each week and those wishing a spring hat that will not be duplicated in town should be ott hand as .soon as these arrlv*. Hona Clarabell. own*' nett. 'Brant County, h.i ed the prize for the 1� old heifer in t'aiuda, iin soy CauJe Club, judge ! performance test. She \ 151> pounds of iniik an i of butter fat. f'v K. Hun-ii"fn award- -' 1 v." i) -y i *a ihe .ler-l�v ,i year's rminccd 10.- t pounds its credit.j a a ? > *: * : * > >> ? -> first part is "Inspiration and "Annie Tdd" is the *o.irc�' of that. She first sent her lover, .if:", ami then ,.# , hy persistent pleading imt only gei.s !* ! to Ihe front herself .bin sha'nes bro- j i ther '"erb" into going, i .>p"i.-ial In i M*1 ) i n\ a lit' Edmonton, Mar. 4.-When the session of the legislature is resumed this afternoon the first bus-ino3s will be the election of a deputy, speaker. Martin Woo It1, of Cardston, will be proposed as the government candidate for the position which was held by Hon. Geo. P. Smith, now provincial secretary, in the last house. There is some talk of an opposition candidate, but as Woolf was selected at a caucus of the Liberal party his selection looks fairly sure. ; j ! Wesley: Mon.. 7.:10 p.m.. Camp Kir--i Knox: Monday. Teachers' Training ! Girls. Miss Newman will give her talk CUiss in vestry at S p.m. Tuesday. C ton Kirst Aid' work. Tuesday, 8 p.m., j S. K- T. boys in school room, T.;J0 pin. \ the fourth Session of the Mock par- J Thursday afternoon. Regular monthly liameni. The public invited. Wodnes-1 meeting of !adie�� �; lib ...10 P.m. fanlunlar. | L;uH(,s. Ai(,.. \.m lVe Junior g.rl� J..K. ,.m. nmrvh. Tin- Ladies' AM 1 I CLUBS AND SOCIETIES A A ? A GENERAL ITEMS v v v v v v ! a a a a a a.a The Rev. C. E. Cragg preached a very fine sermon last night on H. (J. Wei 1b' new book, "God the Invisible King." Wells' idea of God is a very beautiful one and his idea of life as aervice, the one that is appealing, more and more to the world of today. AH the ladies of Barons and district, who are interested in howling, are invited by the girls of the "T. C. O. (V* to be at the Warnock and McKay Bowling Alley on Thursday evening, March 7th at S p.m. The alley will be reserved for Indies every Thursday evening. The members of the Club ivish to thank .Messrs. Warnock and McKay for their generosity in so kindly conferring the. privilege. I her work :n really does road to re- * ? * > A .j. A A A A A  ? MRS. NELLIE McCLUN3 AT *> ? OTTAWA * * 1 THEY GAVE HER FOR It is rumored that through motives of retrenchment the 'Canadian military authorities may be compelled to abolish the overseas branch of ihe Canadian Field Comforts, causing / v v v v v v v v v Ottawa, Mar. 4.- "Women, the last reserves of humanity, have been called. They are in the field and upon them is laid the responsibility of nursing back to health a shell-shot world," declared Mrs. Nellie McC-Iung, in an address to the women ot Ottawa, Saturday night. Mrs. McClung said that the church and society had clh^ierd. in their souls which must be removed in allow the "draught, of human kindness eni, reiterated question tone of the cockney-"Is you go, 'erb?" The second part show the hospital, when she more for the, men on tti coyery than doctor or, nurse ran do. This part is properly .s ;t recruiter, j It is fuil of pathos am! courage side j by side, and even whi> the eyes are! suspiciously moist and handkerchief* : bit of homely wit will send the audi- I ence into peals of iaimli'tcr. So many j figure in the play that'll seems 'im-[ possible to mention all. As "Annie" : | Miss Klsa Uyau is absorbing and de-j lightl'ul. convincing aji^ natural. it would he hard to imagine "Annie"1 anything other titan .Miss Kyan makes. ] | It is not merely a good conception, but : (apparently the only possible concep- J j tion of the patriotic, enthusiastic, little ! Londoner. It is artistic that one. j forgets it. is an and not really ju^l ; living the part. Mis > : ? ? * * "OUT THERE" a a A A A ,% > > > *4, .Jean JCergan rl, Frances Vere 1. Alice Had- W!ffliBn|lliliiiii.ili{i 12 Si i 1 f Correct Society Printing at the "Herald " + 4 4 U lj! Li i i ti i t i i iJf ii Ii i H it t {.' ! i >l � i 1 � 1 p 4 ' 1 Playgoers who journeyed io the Majestic theatre on Saturday night, were' treated to one of -the finest plays it has ever been the good fortune to witness in Lethbridge. not excepting any offering since the Majestic wps built some y^ars ago. The piny in question was J. Hartley Manner's wonderful play of the times "Out There.'' Lethbrfdge theatregoei's will welcome the a n nrfli n c emeu t th at Ma na g e; r -* B r o w n has made arrangements with the producers of "Out There/' for the pl.iy to return to ihe Majestic on Monday next. March 11 th, for the one night only. It is to be hoped that generous support will he given ihe play on its return, as a "stiff" cash guarantee has been made, by the theatre management., who Are convinced that "Out There" is the host, atlraotion seen here in years. Like all war plays "Out There" makes no atlempt to minimize the effects of war, but shows the good and the bad, and plays up the courage and cheerfulness of those who have been through .it, done their hit: and paid ' their price, in every w.Uk of life ami from every parr of the Kmpire. From a sordid, squalid tenement in Camden to a place beside the monument in Trafalgar Square doing recruiting work in the uniform of-a Rod Cross nurse, by way of a base, hospital in which she cleans and scrubs untH by virtue of 'her natural talent, i for nursing the ignorant little Londoner is made assistant nurse, little Annie Hurtd wins her place hy devotion and intelligent patriotism. In the doing of it. she met\x-\xrphosis her whole family. The gln-soddou mother becomes door-opener in a hospital, the prize-fighting brother ceases to be a blatant slacker, and becomes a ser-j gea-nt, and even the sharp-tongued 'Elizabeth" is a'worker in the munitions and comes at last to accept and "walk out with" faithful inoffensive "Momngue Marsh'." a maker of guns at the "Woolwich Arsenal." Hartley Manners, whose "Pan