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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGli DAILY ilEIULD PAGE NINB Garments Arriving Every Day Garments* of the better class that appeal to wont-en of refinement ' and g6od taste and all exclus-1 ive with this store. LoVfeiy Serge and ttlk Dreites Id0.00 to $35.00 Handiolne.Tailored Suits I3S.00 to $66.00 Smartett Coats of the Season 920.00 to $40.00 Bdautlful Skirts of Cloth or Silk  $6.(50 to $25.00 J Corsets^/) Gossard Corsets /To wear with the new Gown. Tlie recocnized leader of all front iHced corsets-a full now Mprlng stock of Gosnnrd curseta Hiid brassteroR just placed In Btock.-Models for slight, medium and stout figures.nt a price  to suit evory pui-se. SOLO ONLY AT Clarke & Co. 612 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE * .;. .> .;. ^ !� ">��. . In It so great a thing lhat we slinuld' give A little from our store to serve cnir our sons?"    , > * v PERSONAL � Albert Prefoiilalno, leadol- ^f thu Opposition In the provincial legislature and M.L.A. for narllloii, was married last Wednesday evening, to I^lrs. I'elo-uuln of St. Plorro, Man., the ceremony being porforiiiod in the private chapol In the archbishop's palace. St. Boniface. At '.t.lO Mv. and Mrs. Pre-fontalne left for Toronto, Buffalo and New York, 'rhey will be away ^bout six weeks, Mr. Prcfontaine was a widower and bis brldo a widow. The opposition leader is 56 years of age, and was born at Kelton, Que., in 1802. Ho was educated at Grenflold, Mass. He was married In 1888 to Alblns, daughter of Francois L'HoueuJi, of St. Pierre, since docoased, and has four sons and three daughters. Madame. Poloquln also bus a family. Both Mr. Prefontatne and his bride are noted farmers at Si. Pierre and are both large'landowners. Sir- Montague: Martin! 'gbyernor ofi the Amandalaniti Islands will pay a' visit to Lethbriiige Easter Monday. Last night about nine or ten of the girls gave Miss Helen McKlllop a surprise party. The girls played games and had a g^'pd time ;lator.j]6ing jus-, ttco to the nice sufprlae sUppev. * � ' Miss A. M,,Holies aiVcj'Mlas E.' F. Jackson were'guests In Calgary yesterday. �   Lieut. Charles Kerr arrived In town today and is registerid at the Letli-bridge.  � � Calgary Alberta: Mrs. Bulilt and little son, of Lethbridge, are vl^tlng friends In the city. � % � W. J. Nelson and wife of Lethbridge were registered at the Palllser, Calgary, on Saturday.    Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Whltnty have returned from California.    Mr^ George Dixon left for Toronto, where Mrs. Dixon has been several months. They will return together the end of March. Mr. J. H. 'F^inier, who us�d to manage the MajjWtlc came down here with' the veteraas of Calgary to help tliaui i)iit an their play before a Lethbridge audience;  -� � Mr$. C. E. Gamerour has /gone to Sundial where she wUl remain lor the summer. O;*;. ; ',, -. An English correapondent writ�i: "1 had the pleaaiireot a little chat today with Brigadier General J: S. Stewart, M. L. A., of Lethbridge, who is spending a few days'Hb^jS in London. After two and a halt years in Franco, General Stqwart is at present in command of the .Ird Canadian Division Artillery in the Field and has become almost as well ktiowit-.ln military circles on this �ide.;:bl-,v^e''#ate't' as he was amongst hls-frie^d? aiuV lip-qquaintances in Alber^ttji^HV^'io^ �lio^-: en of as "outstanding" iii quarters of command, as "always ou the job" by officers under him and as "straight with himself �nil :.;. ACpCI>1lJ can hardly buy' an equal quantity of nourishment in any other food. You can easily prove this by getting a tin of FRY'S to-day. Tiruett economy-uae FjRV'S Child's Black Kid Button or Lace Boots Welted Holes and cushion insoles. Developer laaf. Sizes 4 to negular to $3.00. y cq Wednesday & Thursday I r Child's Black Kid Button or Lace Boots Samo an'above in sizes S^to lOife. Regular. .$3.50, *}*}!% .Wedne9day' & "Thursday ^cifaTf 300 Only, Westinghouse 50 Watt 112 Volt Mazda Lights Regular 60c. Wertnes-iiay and Thursday ..... VjC  the cricket  Detroit, Feb. 26, 1918. Dear l>ory Ann: - Last Wednesday evenin� I.heard the (reat violinist Jaacha. Heltotz, and I am so aazloua to tell you all about It, You knqw I have been wild to hear him all winter and it just aeomed m if he never would reach Detroit. But at laat the posters wlUi tiie very date began to appear. But alaa-only .(jmi eventn* for Detroit, In far dla'tarit HuBsIa ho must have hoard of macbln-snr-nmd Detroit, and deigned only 1� spend one ovenini; in a place where he had to compete with whirring wheels and flrluK belts. ' . I had an unoutny feeling something woullt happen to me botore that nlfht came. I might break a log or be run over by tiie man-l(llllug motors. Jfia Kubelijt could not jbe more eareful of his flugers than 1 was ot my steps trie week before the performance. And the tickets! � 1 almost drove my husband mad by inquiring. ev�ry evening 1� he was sure he stlU had them. Duu't'tell anybody, Dory .\im. but I sat ou them most of Wednesday. 'Hilngs have had queer way o� (U.-iappoaring around the house lately, sucli as scissors and thimbles and vubbers and umbrellas, 1 just felt I couldn't lake any chance of losing them. When a genius escapes from wild Uusaia across Asia and the Pacific for a few hours in Detroit Slu't it enough to make one fussy about *.olDg there to hear him. yj^The armory was^ packed when we .^frlifed, and they were selling'standing ;|'Oil>fO. Our seals were pretty near jihe;.little Bcreened-off dressing room 'wiiero the artists wait, and already we could hear Heifetz drawing soft crooning notes I'rnm his Instrument. Then suddenly a liuah fell over the whole audience, llolfetz was seen aS; cending the stops tn the plotfonn. As he reached the stage a burst of applause camo from the audience. Not iiist the applause his reputation had Earned, ifor Detroit Is slow to acknowledge'greatness until It hears tor Itself. Perhaps It is its conimercial spirit of Montrez-moi that looks askknce at any now,, venture whether it becar or artist. .lascha Heit'etz looks like a school boy. His evoning clothes gave him ^somehow the appearance of being in an Eton suit. Ho looks as if he could Btlll wear boyish nickers. His head la ^^oautlful, his features classic � with ilgh arched brows. He played flr|t that woiMlerful Cliaconno, by Vitalle, that opened his career in New York, ind to Avhich the musical world ot America surrondered before hearing more. His technlaue was, marvellous. After his first number here there was a hush of wonderment and aw�. and then such applause as they, gave him!  it was heavenly music, Dory Ann. in parts It was so unearthly sweet it made the tear.ii start. That wonderful J)Ow, what it drew forth. There were many musicians in the audience. His curly mop of hair suits him to perfection. Artists must pine to paint hini. His dreamy eyes and sensitive inouth make a face ot great charm. To jne he was as beautiful as his playing. Why shouldn't it always be so. as a matter of course'.' Hia manner is most unassuming. He never smiles and his expression rarely changes. Somebody behind mo whispered, "What a pity for one 30 young to be .so cold." 1 hardly believe it is coldness. 1 think he takes his art very seriously, that is all. WJien he plays, his squl la whore his nuialc fakes hini, and this is .lasclia Helfoti's mask, that looks at us.  Some who sat near u� almost went off their heads. Afler some ot the especially brilliant numbers, they beat their hands to a rod rawness, they even embraced eacli other as' you see men do at baseball matches when Charley B. makeg a.home run. They seemed perfectly unconscious of anybody else bit Heltotz and themselveB. A little to one side of us sat a dowager in a gorgeoiiB evening gown, her hair handed by a-diamond ribbon, in : one of the most beautiful pa.M.sa^es, where you could have hirnrd .a plu drop, 1 happened to see hei* counting the light.s lu the biiildlfag," She fini.Hh-ed with the ifiiling and piissed; to. the i side lights. There" are llghta . and' lights. . . ; I They told us <;bralng tjufa little .lewlsh girl who had bought itandlug room had fainted from .exhaustion and excitement before she could hear it all. Bomehow-it's-a'-fnnny-old -world'.' Horpeiz's last encores were given with tlio , whble aAidlenCH standing. We left our. seats-'and moved, with many others in a circle around the stage. Yes, he did smile once, that was just before his las^t encore. He looked into all the eager Up-luruod faces that were watching him and then as It dawned on him what he would play ho smiled a wonderful roguish smile. ., 1 don't know yot what it was he played. Nobody else seems to know. I swear ho learnt it from Pan In some enchanted Russian forest. There was magic in it and we still felt quite giddy when we reached the open air. Good-bye dear Dory Ann. THE DETROIT CRICKET. I I 100 Brass Telescope Sash ^ Rods Bxtoudlng from 30 inches to 54 inches. Worth today Sfic. Special, Wednesday anil l q Thursday .........l^Z- J; CroWn Syrup in ' vim W'.f^ijKiJ "Perfect Se�l" Quart Jars Holds 3 , empty use 'J^^ 'O"" preserves. ! ~fhe pure, wholesome ' tflbl� syrup, with the -delightful flavor. . Alio sold in 2, S, 10 aad 20 < pQtinJ tint-at all tfraoert, ! Wrlla for ifee Cook Book. TIE CUUM STMCH CajLjIIITill. 20 dozen Only, Best Quality Mercerized Damask Table Napkins 24x24. Hemmed ready for use. Conventional designs. Regular ?C.OO dozaa. Wednesday & Thursday, doz. ;2.99 3t 300 Yards, AU Linen Tea Toweling' ' Plain and with red boi'der. Cannot bo purchased wholesale today at any price. Wed. amlThurs., yard 12ic T The Greatest Problem id Dentistry TPO our way of thinking after over eighteen years constant, daily practical experience, the greatest problem in dentistry today is that of securing the comfort and ease of the patient. That we have solved the problem is indicated by our well known statement- Dentistry as We Practice it is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner/ Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Oft Blic., 4'Do'ors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge lethsrioge, alberta , \ , calgary office-11BA eighth AVJiNUE E. edmonton Office-3 cristall block � Boys' Navy Blue Serge Sailor Suits � In short or long trousers. An � English cloth ot splendid wearing qualities. Sizes 23 to 28. Regular to $G.O0. Wednesday (ind Thursday .. 4.49 T Something Everybody * Needs ' Flannelette Pyjamas Sizes 7 to 10 years. A nice, raodlum'weight and good wear. Regular $1.25. Wednesday on _ Thursday is the last day of the Special Sale in our Men and Boys'Dept. Elconomize on your spring ;