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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mary had a tittt� lamt) lis riuQOO �rhite as snow, And pverywherc that May wont ItH wool -vrk* Mre to ko. It falloi^(td licir to school nnn 'lay But not against the rule; Vot now tho hhtldren do not play, But knit lamb'B wool ut auhool. And why doeH Mary knit 8o en m So bravely do hor iiart? 'Cauao M�ry doemi'i love hor lunil), But Sammee has her heart. �   �  :  PERSONAL �  � Mr. rthaiMrs. II. E. Sltellh and dniiKhter AiiaRtoBlii hnvo rnturnod from �n extended visit In Ontario.  � t. Copt. A. W. Myles, M.L.A. for Cypress, due of,tho few bacholor niem-fiQt-a ot the Afknltoba legislature, fs to hq married On April 3. 'His bride Is to bo Mlaa Verntt RI. Wilton, a well-known public sohpol teachur, who has been & meniber of tho toaclilnK staff ot the school at Oak l>ake for gome tttne. Miss Wilton Is a cousin of Cnpt. J. W. Wilton. M.L.A., for Ass'mibola, hd now overseaB:. - tt m � Uenrgo Mclvor of Calgary was a week end visitor in town. iS. C. MacKenzlo has returned from Uie east.  *-  Geo, Stacey has returned from a two months holiday in California. Mrs. Stacey is still in California and the Misses Stacey roturnod as far as Victoria, where they are attending school.    Mr. Donald Jack of Seaman, Saak., is vistttuK Mr. and Mrs. Allan Jack. y �'* ���'� �) The Calgory VoterjinH arrive this fCernoon^and should'get.-^a ggml re-ieptton.  ' � -    ... . . / ; The jiniior grade'teachers ot Central school were entertained by Mrs.. T. Morgan at her new home on Saturday aftepioon. A. pleasant time was spent in Rod Cross work and music. Miss Gow's musical numbers were much enjoyed. Mrs. ' Dsividson, wife o.t the principal, kindly assisted Mrs. Morgan. ; Dr. and Mrs. Lynn "returned ' last ^eek fron) No\^r'Xork. The dgctov will t^day bp'eii his now offices abdve'the Cprisuniers' Hardware. ' ----- � **�>***�>:�:* 4> > � i"  � '-"4 y CLUB6 AND SOCIETIES ��/>,*� The youuK Uidios ot the Protlieon Club in the pluy "The Elopement of ISllen." will meet loriighl at ,7.45 In Wesley Kail .uml those In n'he^Per-plexing- Problem" will nieet Wetiues-day nlRiit at tho same time.and place. Owiuglb'the absence (if'Mr. Ge�(.' McKlllpp lrqm,Hhe' city, on WjediieS'' day evening,' the- ladies, gymnasium; classes will not be held but the swim-mine will lake place as uaual. A small allowancfl wtl b made on tho monthly licketa.   �. The children'.'^ gymnasiuui and RWlmmlng ciaseea will take place ns .usuol In the afternoon a( 4 p.m.. when It Is hoped that all Intondlnit members foV tho spring and Hummer will attend. The KebekllhH will mnel tomorrow ovonlng at 7.30 In tlio Hod ("ro.sn rooms for sowing. �   'i'lio muBicai prngruui at the Hun-day I'^runi included ii vocal solo, "Thu .Sontlnel Asleep," Van Tllger, by Mr. V. Coombs; vocal aolo, Jocalyn's "Lullaby" l>y Mrs. J. n. Kennedy. Miss VIviun Peterson presided al the piano. ?>.!* > * , � > Mll.i.lNERY OPENING ? * > ����>��0 Miss Josephine Tilucy held her millinery opening the last" of the week and has a very fine display of hats in all styles and shades as well as pretr-ty scarfs, veils and other novelties In ladies wear. ;^M.l8s .Tilney spi;ciaUzes...in the Qage hat and has quite a number of very stylish patterns, A small one in black Straw with blue rim.and.scarlet, blue and yellow^ cherries in velvet was exceedingly pretty; also a hlgli crowp-e'd, black hat with upstanding bow. Tlie.ilibke shapes are very pretty, .a large dne in blue and grey with blue ribbon;-bbw..at one side would be very becoming to. a younii:. face.. .i'The': Japanese scarts wOrn this season are very-bright and with a dark siilt. and hat liiost becoming. Miss.-Tllney Is getting in a new Gage hat each week and those wishing a Bpririg hat that will not be duplicated in town should be on hand ascsoon as tli^ae arrlv*. * * GENERAL ITEMS � * > -:�*** � *     � � ' 'The Rev. C. E. Crafg preached a very fine sermon last night on H. G. Wells' new book, "Qod the Invisible King." Wells' idea of God Is a very beautiful one and his Idea of life as service, the one that is appealing, more and more to the world of today. ley ;;, MarJorlor.Mutiirt 1, 1-owls l^elKli 1, Knilly Gowan 1. Vincent Dicrlct t, Hugh NajimlUi' I, John Alnrtln 4, Mabel Itusk I, Theodoni Wilson J, BniiHoer 1 Clarence H.idley I,: Fran!* Morrison I, Marjorle Thonws li, Teddy Hadlcy ], Bfi.Hsie Lnlng 1, ISll.i SuUivun 1, Ka-th�a Uenvoi'- l, Jim TonnanM, Jo Morris I, K.itlo Wyrostok 1, Ida I'-nlRh I, Madeline Clark 1, I'rank Mnrrl.x 1, .v|rM. Jones 1, .MrB. llender.son 2, .MrH. ger 1, Mrs. fJoodall 1, .MIhk ArnintronK I. Miss McPhec l,Mls,s Hirch 1, Miss Marrs l, Tom Cook 1, Is.i Main I, I>ydla Denver 2, .Marlon Ralston I, iAzilo Ralston 1, Vera SVobh ;t, Arthur I'nrk i, Alice Kox 1, Madge Peacock 1, Lillian Seagor 2, Margaret 'Kitchln I. Mary Fozard I, Kthel Uok.^ I, Lily Melllng 2, Isabolle McNabb 1, Vera ljuadbettor 1, Josie .Vlorria 1, Tom belshnian 1. ,� � ,� i   �, � � ' ?'> .�>-> : > ; > .;. ;. .;. .;, .;, On Tuesday ovcniug. Kcb. lUtli. tlie girls of Harons orKanized an auxiliRry|l 10 the Red Cross Socluly-tho "T. C.' O. C."-with n membership of seventeen. The folloWlnK officers Wore appointed: Hon.'l'res., Mrs. C. \V. Hanson; Prc;4., iAIlMs J. Hwanson; Vlce-Pro.-fldent, Miss V. Drown; Secretary-Troi'Hurcr, .VUsh M. .Molr. The regular meeting is holil p,v�ry si-caiul Tuesday evening, whoru the members do fted Cross work. On Wednesday eveninfr. February 28, tho girls of tho T. C. O. C. gave thp.lr trsi enlertulnnient in aid of the Rod Cross, by way of a progresaivu whlst-.drivc, wliioli proved u grent. success. The game commenced at nine o'clock and at eleven thirty, when the finals wore rcallKod it was announced that Mrs. A. C. I''reoman had woif the lady's prize and Mr. Welsh the gentleman's prize, while Mr. 13. Went-zell had the honor of carrying off the booby. Tho greater part of (lie eveiiliig^s enjojyment was duo to the four-jilccp orchestra which furnished such e.tcelJ lent music. The members of tho club will take this opportunity to thank the orchestra members for their kind assistance. At midnight a dainty supper was served by ih". girls, after which a short dance was enjojyed. As a result of the evening's (Mijojy-ment the "T. C. O. C." lias ?4(!.4.'i to .its credit.', '  * . ^ > >>�> > :  '> '> > ? ! ; : V ; > iir lonlghl and tomorrow night for tiic iKMieflt ot 0. W. V. A. funds. 'I'ho CuHuny Alliertui! glv�� the boys, .who 3ln^l'll tiu' play lii Cnlgary .Saturday hnfojo iwo larKc audiences, n great bimsi. and Loth-brldg epeoplo may thcnturi' rest a:;-stirod that tlitsy will .-ir soiiiPthing good it they go to thi- MiilrHiic today i or tomorrow. Mr. Turuii-, ulio u.^cd^cj (Uannge a local thealic, cnmc down I .Willi thi! hoys to help Uhmi iuK U (ivor before ii fjethbrlili;i> ;uuli-.ncc. PAGENTNB M GAVE HER VINOLEOR Ami it Cured Her-ReMi o Mn.Thikyer^a Letter :y/nt Semcrvilto, Massw-^"I Mftu firtd froma ume attack of btoa-chitii, with a tenilblc cough, ntf ap>; pttite, no Mtrgy, no ttrengtb and Ibaa of sleep.' The usual reinadies failed to help me, 'but they gave me Vinol and it restored mf: appetite, stopped the cough and built up my strength so I am able to dd my houft-wotk again."-Mr�. P. ^ i^y^r^is:' .We. guarantee 'VInol,:,fOF''.�)|rl)|iic ceiighs, colds, bronchltUt^ibwalsi' it la�a' constitutional cod liiiriBrfWB^iron remedy. Formula on |twieri|>J�9tttle^ / J;;;'D. LTD. HIGINBOTHAM *. Ca Oruaalsts, Lethbrldgs.. ;'.Also at the beat dnitb;|istr In' ail 'Antrta towns. *:*>'� . -��i -It is riimore,d that fhrougli motives of retrenchme,pt the iCspaCJian military autliorities' may^&e compelled to abolish the overseas' braiicji; of the Canadian Tleld Comforts, camsing some rogret. This department, .a'-ganlzed in the early days of the war, mainly by the efforts> of two Toronto ladies, Captain Molly Plummer and Lieutenant Joan Arnoldl did good work at i'^olkcstone in unpacking cases of food, clothing, etc., sdnt frbin various .Canadian branches of the association, and locating the addresses, re-packing and forwarding tliem to tho trenches a'nd various English camps and hos pitals.., It is utiderstood that It is pro pqifed^io., have this done at Montreal. The-ttbolltiou, which will release some soldiers employed: to assist at the comforts deiiiat, wiit s!so likely ^ean the retu^ii-i,l;o]Canada ot Captain Flum-mer and half a dpson other Canadian lady ottit^ers.'^vTbey have been hand ling large shipments of Chri;^tmas par eels sent to ill Canadian troops in Prance anfVKUBland by the Ontario Government,-V '  V � � �. 4. ^> � 4. 4 ALEXANDER QALT CHAPTER l, Frances Vpre t, Alice Rad- Ottawa, Mar. A.-"Women, tho Iwt reserves ot 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 McCIung, in an address to the women of Ottawa, Saturday night. Mrs. McCiung said that the church and society had clli^er3,in their souls which must be r(?move � ? ? * > "S- >?;* o  v �  ."OUT THERE" * ? ? * > > : ! * : > ; : : > : -> � *; Playgoers who journeyed to the Ma-| jestic theatre on .Saturday night were' troited to one of .the finest plays it^ has'ever been the good fortune to wit;: ness In.LethhridBe, not excepting any offering since the Majestic was built; soipe y*ars ago. The play in ciuestloii was J. Hartley Manner's wonderful play of the times "Out There.^ f.i6th-brldge theatregoers will welcome the annrflmcemeut that Managgre Brown has made lavrangements with the producers ot "put There" for theDlay toi return to th'e.,.Slaje8tic on .Vlonday next. March l.ith, for the one hight, only, if is to be hoped that generoui* support will be given the play on its return, as a "stiff!' cash guarantee has been made by the tlVeatre management, who are convinced tlm( "Out Thero'.' Is "the host nt(ra'a sor geant, and even the aharp-tongucd; "ElUaheth" is a'worlter in the inuul' tjons andcpn\os at.'lnst to iic� Arsenal." Hartley Manners, whose "Peg O' Heart" won such an- unprecedented sHcopss, cjiil�:"Out There" a.'.'dranitV' first part is "Inspiration ' and little "Annie 'Udd" is thii �kouitc of that. She first sent her lovej; off, ami ihun by persistent pleading uol only gets to the front herself .hut shames brother "'erb" into going, Ij.v hRr insistent, reiterated nuestloii in the flat tone of the cockney-"ff 1 goe.s, will you go, 'erb?" The second part show- lier work 'n the hospital, when she really does more for the men-on'-the road to recovery than, doctor, ,(ir, nurse can do. This part is: propfei-iy railed -'Devotion," and the third pan "Itcvelation" show the reformed, rehaliilitated;'family and tho girl's' work a.s a recruiter. It Is full of' pathos and cmirage side by side, and cvon whilf (he oyes are auspiciously moist -amV- liandkerchiefj iiro niueh'In evidence. 1A)ii\e'delici()u.s bit of homely wit u-lll send' the audience Into poal.s of laiisl/ter. So many figure in the play ihat"R seems' 'impossible to mention all. As "Annie" Miss Klsa Ryan is aijsorbing and dp-Ughtlul, convincing ajjd natural.. � (t ^v6illd He hard to im'ilgine "Annie" anything other liiaii Miss ityan makes. It is not merely a good conception, but apparently the only possible conception of the patriotic, enthusiastic little Londoner, it Is hu artistic that one forgets It is an and not' really Just living the part. .Miss Ryan's success was Immediate ami complete. Miss Bertha Belmore gave a splendid performance as "Old Velvet'' the gin-sodden mother afterwards the j-espectablo door-lender, and Miss Uulcie Ilall us "Klizabeth" the wilful, sharp-tongued "Princess Lizzie" of Camden tlic dressy jealous si.^ier. also presented -.iu o'xceUeut bit of'character SvOrk. The slacking bruiser "erb." afterwards the brave returned 'Sci-seant Hudd," was another bit of artistic work. As the slouching slacker lilr. Charles Cardou �gave ho hint of the iiosaibilllles of bis (Rl)cclal lo thr JleiaUt) Edmonton, Mar, 4.-When the sesalon of the legislature is resumed this afternoon the first bus-Inois will be the election of a deputy, speaker. Martin Woolt', of Cardston, will be proposed a* the government candldatefor the position v^hlch was held by Hon. Ceo. P. Smith, new provincial secretary, in the last house. There Is some: talk of an opposition candidate, but as Woblf was selected at a caucus of the Liberal party his selection looks fairly sure. AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Will you have a cup of Tea with us? Really you should take this opportunity of testing BRAID'S BEST TEA (Pure Ceylon) WE SHOULD FEEL HONORED AT YOUR ACCEPTANCE AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE HAVE ARRANGED THF. FOLLOWING PROGRAM FOR OUR DEMONSTRATOR- H. A. McKillop Company. George Kerr & Company Hudson's Bay Company. Tuesday, March 5 . . Wedneadsy, March C Thursday, March 7 . Friday, March 8 . . . Saturday, March 9 . From Monday, 11th to Saturday, 16th . . BRAID'S' BEST TEA IS PURE CEYLON. USE, iV, "MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT." A. EDMdNTON VOTING ON FiRt; CHIEF PLEBISCITE Ednibnlon,; March 4.-The citizens of Kdmotiton today are voting on a plebiscite to-dedldc whether tho council shal] be upheld in its appointment of a fire chief not chosen from the ran.ks of the men. Seven ipchos of snow fell last night and the thermometer registers seven degrees below zero with a strong wind blowing..: At the Churches Wesley;. .\Ion., 7.30 p.m.. Camp J'irt? Ciirls, .Miss .Newman will give her talk on First Aid' work. Tuesday, 8 p.m., the fourth Session of the JNIock Parliament. Tho public invited. Wednesday, 3 p.m., the regular monthly meeting of Ladies' .Aid. 7.30 p.m., boys' meeting. S. p.niV general prayer and I)raiac service In ladles' parlor. Thur.'?-day, H p.m.. choir practice. ' St. Cyprian's: Monday. Veatry nict't-ing 8 p.m. Tuesday. Senior boys' club .S p.m. Wednesday. Evening service and choir practice at 8 p.m. Thursday, Women at Red Cross ut 3 p.m. Friday, Junior boys' club 7.30 p.m. Saturday, Junior girls i.30 p.m. Baptist: .Monday, Mission band 4 p.m. U'edneartay. Prayer meeting X p.m. Thursday. 7 p.m., 'Teen age li.oys and girls .study class. 8 p.m., choir practice. Christian Science: Regular weekly testimony meeting Wednesday 8 p.ui St. Marys: Tuesday, Teacher's maet-Ing S.30 p.m. Wednesday, Evening service and address S p.m. Thursday, Holy coniniunion: 10.30 n.m;; G. A. S" p.m. Friday. .1. W. A., 4.1,") p.m. intercession service .S p.m. Choir practice 8.30; Saturday.' Bojs' ciiil) ".In plm. ; Knox: .Monda.v. 'I'eaciiers' Training Class'in vest'ry at 8 p.m. Tuesday,; C. S. K. T. lioysin school room. 7.30 p.m. Thiu'sday afternoon. Regular monthly meeting of ladles' aid in the school room at ;i p.m. Collectors will call during .week for systematic giving. Friday, choir practice at S o'clock. Anniversary services no.vt' Sunday. Dr. Wilson of .Moojo Jaw will preach. United Church: Monday, No meet-Ing of Christian Endeavor tonight. Monday, 8 p.m.. Board of Stoiwarda meet at j)arsonusc. AVednesday evening. Prayer service in the church. Friday evening. The play of "Busy l/adips' Aid" will be given in tho church. The Ladies' Aid "At Hom�" is postponed for one week. Christian Church: Board meeting Monday evening, K p.m. at the church The C. K. social and business meotini? on Tuesday fivening at Mrs. C. S. Par-row's. Ladles' aid at Mrs. Fredericlc Heaths. Junior choir practice. Wedn'Jc-day at 4 o'clock at the church. Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the church. Regular choir practice Thursday evening at the church. \vel 'l'li� set-up figure in uhitorm. transformation was complete. � fVNobody should mi-ss seeing this liiay. Fathers, moiliers, sisters, broth-ei'-B, even the littlest ones'of the family, preachers, teacliers, businessmen, citizens of every sort should see "Out There" anil get It.s inspiration, adopt its devotion and understand its revelation, it it\ an unusua.1 ireat, and opportunity not to bo neglected; ,, BEST MEDICINE FOR WOMEN" What Lydia E. yj�|getable Compbi^d Did 1 For Ohio Wonian;; Portsmouth, Ohio.-"1 suffered from Irregularities, pains in my side and was so weolt at times I could' hardly 'get around to do my work, and as i had four in, my family and thrp^ boarders it made itveW hard for me.; Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ^bihpound was recomtpcnded to me. I tpok it � vitrS'* \ 4 Only^ Reed Body Sulkies - . _7jiko cut, only with extra heavy roll around back edge. Regular cash price- ^tl OC-$13,150 for :................. 11 9 Leather jUpholstered Overstiiffed Chair 'i'his big overstutilod Chair has comfort writ-. teii in 'every line. Made periCectly plain, without tufting, easily cleaned, no tufts .to. clean..Full,, spring seat with slijc floss filled loose cushioiiV ' 29 inches \vido, ;J4 "inches; deep.-Sprlmrbaak?:--weir pqdded-arms. -It is u largo roomy cliaU-covered in geiiuine' 'leather  (guaranteed)'.' At..........L........>, $50.00 Rppker to match .... ... $50.00 Chad's Crib, reg. $11.50 for $9.95 : Wjiat .(jWiJd.iB there but would lJUe to hav^.a eril^.ol t)>6lr own? It is a healthy!ahd comtort-'i iib)^ plt^e forjii child to sleup, Herd's ii sppyial. value for this'mbntii. All steel crib,: snow whltij onameh finish, strong, continuous posts, deep sides, fitted with link ifabric spring 2V4fiVl., Regular $11.50. Specially priced :$9.95 OTHER CRIB&Prlood from f9.50', to 15.00 Freight Prepaid On AU Speciidi Dominion Block. ; Phone SU5 . QUALITY FURNITURE ANO GROCERIES MA 87223475 5545 ;