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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta is ' SATUnnAY. MAHCII 1), HHK Lot UB nut by name hour ovcry hay For holy things, whether tt bo when (lawn rccrw through tho wlntlow-pune, or when (ho uoon, l-'ipmea, tiUc a burnished topaz, iu the vault. Or when th6 thrush pours In tho ear ot evo JiH palntlvc Jiionoily; some llttio hour; Whort^ln to hold rapt converse with the soul, , From sorditlnuBK. and Helf a itanctuary, Swept by tho winnowing of i unseen wlngp, And touched by tho White Light In-eHablo.   � > > ? PERSONAL ? The llcv. W. G. Wllsou, ot M�o�e Jaw, who la to preach tho anniversary crmonfl at Knox chureh will be the gucat of Mr. nud Mrs. J. D. Higln-botham. * 4t  Supt. PennetatUer, ot tho Mounted I'ollce, has returned from Ileglna, where hla sou has recently undergone an operation for appendicitis. Ko Is recovering nicely. Jlrs. Ponnefathcr 111 still at Ueglna.' * * Ik Jlr. au'd Mrs. T. H. Hatch and little daughter have returned to their home near Cardslon, after vlslllng with Mr. aiul Mrs. J. D. Uaas. If * 4 Mrs. Arthur Barnaley" and her mother, Mrs. Canning, are expected from Cleveland Sunday niornlng.  �  IMrfl. Ouminlngs on 8lh Avenue, en-torlalnod some of her Jrlends lam night.  � � Mrs. Murray Ujid' a few of her ' friends In for u Utile sowing party on Thursday night,    Grant Hall, of the C. P. it., was In the city today.  .  33ofore leaving Winnipeg for over-so.i.^, Itov. Dr. J. K, Hughson, formerly ot Lethh'rlrtgo, was tho recleplont nf a fluttering send oft from his con-grogatiou at Grace church. Sir James .Mkous presided. During the evening ho was presented with a handsome cash bonus and a wrlat watch.  * *. .Mr. and MrH. H, E. .Melbach recently returned from a trip to the south. m % � Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dunham and children, of Coaldale, have returned from several month's sojourn at the const. � *  ifra. ,T. W. Low is spending the week ond In Macleod, Uio guest ot Mrs. Hi Boweni i R. U. Dobson has gone to Calgary to meet his brother. Plight Lieut. H. K. Dobson, n.P.C, who ffi now In the west on last leave before going" overseas.   � Jlrs. K. M. Dobson has gone to Edmonton to spend a month with friends. - �  . ^ Mlaa Grace Byrmner is entertaining her small friends at a birthday party today.  * � � A. Dowsley and bride returned to town yesterday and have taken a flat In the Victoria Alanslous, t t. � The wife and children ot Lleui. Swift are on their way back to Canada. ' �   Capt. Pearson, M.P.P., who Is to preach tho anniversary sermons In Wesley church will bo the guest -whilo In tho city, of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan.  *  Mrs. .Charles Ma'ckay, of 803 3rd Avenue S., has discovered u now knitting process, wherein two socks caji be knitted at tho same time, The double BtUch enables one to knit a pair of Boeka lu halt the time. .;  �   O * ? * * ; '  CLUBS AND, SOCIETIES  * > * * *>>>�> The company nasombled to support Phyllis Nollaon-Torry, who makes hir appearance at tho Majestic Theatre next Saturday, March 16th, in a now comedy by Bdward Pcple, Includes a number of prominent players who have been soon In Canada on previous occasions, among these are Arthur Lewis, whose work na tlia Bishop in "The Servant In the House," was one of the indlyldual succosaes ot that well known play, will again be seen in the rold of a elorgyniari; Edgar Norton, who was with Cyril Maude In "tlrumpy" has a prominent part and others in the cast include John McFarlano, David Gliiasford, Leila Uepton, Phyllis llelph. Hose Morrison and others. * * ' * Lest we Forget to Do Our Part- "They say, who have come back from Over There, that at night tho troubled earth between the lines is carpeted with pain. Thoy say that Death rides whlstUng lu every wind, and that the very mlata are charged with awful torment. Thoy say that of all things spent and squandered there young human life Is held least dear. It is not the pleaaantcst prospect for those of us who yet can feel upon our lips the pressure of our mothers' good bye kiss. . . . But,. plcaso' God, our love of lite la not so prized as love ot right. In this renaluaance of our country's valor, iW'eVwhp.wiM-ediie! the wedge of her assault,'iiiaka.talni acceptance pf its ,Iiazard!s. �*of uii, tho steel-swept trench, thc^^iitfeblng'cold .-weariness, hardship, woifaiB:,For you, tor whom wo go, you railllbna safe at home-what for you? .,y We. shall heod food. AVe shall noed,;oare. We shall need clothes'^ for our i^dleB and weapons for our hands. We shall need terribly and without failure -BUpplleH dii'd equipment in stre^-thi^tis con-'.Btant and never-ending. I'Yoffli, you, who are are resource-:apd'reliance, who are the heart,anU hope, bt that humanity for which.^^we amite and strive, must cotpie. iiieso things."- (Signed) Citlzon Solie house on the Kupfel graben. In the Deutsches theater the great re-vtlving stage makes a change of scene so easy that Keinhadt is enabled to prese�it Shekcspeare, a great tavorlte, In Germany, in a most picturesque manner. He manages to lend even to the most solemn tragedy little touches that add greatly to the Interest and keep the attention fixed. "For Instance, In his production ot "Macbeth," when Lady Macbeth comes in, in the sleep-walking scene, rubbing' her hands, and saying, "What, win these hands ne'er be clean?" the actress taking this part in Berlin gave a very distinct and loud snore between eyory three or tour words, Uius most effectively reminding tho audience that Bhe was iileeep. Thft Germians love horrors and tbriilR in their playa. A terorlte during wartime, played dt Relntaardt's theater, was "Maria Mdgdalena." The cbaracterii were the father, mother, son apd daughter of.a German tamlly in a amall town and, two young men in lora with the daughter. In tfie ttirst act the police ai-rest the son for theft, living the mother such a scht^clc that ? > : > MRS. PARLBY TO THE WOMEN C", ?  >>��� PLIBUICATIONS Oltiiwa.^^lw. .0. - H.v w.iiTunlH of .tli�' sei!rc|ary of sijitq pub-)l";Oti;tl In We d'aiiiuiii OatrDilo of l\!arc:h 2, jJljbUcoliDinf have been jiiuhlbllR-cj'circulation or ...poa-�d'aaioli'in'Ctihiul.'i ns follows; '.The Lyoeutu World, published !it lndl:inapbl)s,.liui ; and lndi/�-(riaUstl .roiilu, I It IT. jitilMl.ihed liy (ho \yorker.s' .Sociullat Pub-Ushing company, l)ii!iith,'lllnn. : : V : � � PAGK l''lF'lliE!S IS ANTI-MILITARIST. Mouir'jfnt,;''^ Mari'li ii.-- CpniroUcr-.lo^erili Aiiiey, Who is ii maybrnlly cnn-dld;ii(! ugi(lnal Mayor Martin, nl a inuutlug ill hla Interests luBt night salt! lie wiis antl-inlillUriHt liy iiolurci od\l-I'lUion and ni(intality. and' when' tho pioiioaal waa ' triivile that lib should Join Ibe'utilou goyRrnnianl iin a French-Caimillan^ and.iabor imin lie met Sir Uoliurt Hbrdeu and "Ml-. Pl''!-, I cannot aji-Iirove of y.oii#':l)rdJ(;rt of conscription. I am an unl3cbnst;rii)iionl8t." � ' The official opening of tlic filirntlon plant ia eSpectcJ in take place aomo time .toward tlic lend of next. weak. Th9 Herald doea not accept any' responsibility whatever for tho fuKllmenl nf tho prophecy U lies Die lenierlly to make ill (hl.t re.^pect, tm! It Sn most aolemnl.i; assured today by the nom-miasiohfei'fi that Lethbrldgo citizens will be,' drliildng pure water betoro inap'.v i�)orp days. In addition'to the sliipmp.nt ot alum U-otn the east tor tlie plant, a sfceclal ahlpmont has been secured from (he Hat, which should be here by Monday, in wIiich,coee the whole plant will be In (ipcraflon IJy Wednesday. 'riicrcmi^e, .ftian'y: tliiiig.s to do wiUi Utia c(imer|�h.i!p,. ,01' v.oinuii that 1 Hhoiild like tb;dl�cnRri with our niem-ber.s, bul . wo ^wjll , Meal with thum,| latur; the conEaroiKi. itself waa on historic eVeyt, ,|Il'o first calling-together of yyoineVu Into consultutlbu wltli the gbvernt|ig lioily of the nation; a pretty;; 1)ig'sto|) Incwui'd, likely to lead ^A, ; nihiiy other advance movQinonts. ' ; The chief result of I lie conference nt the iiioinehl, howoviii-j was to Im-, pro.SH on tlliD minrtis of the. women prea-ont tho; bxtrelii^e peril of tho sltua-' _..... , ^, _ v.-hich'^ we^\aru now facing, and eatii^Ss which I possess,:.!* tliiit Imti'ip; ^ realization lluit should the coming,cut'o\it all (1118,4-,; North American hiiivost. of iftlS ho sentlals' ft'Ohi your -llv.Ba, and j"Ur I xcanty one, or .aucli a failure as we worlr, groSv sufficient ot such thrngs- had in 19I*i-not only ^;iu-opo will as -vegetables,� egga, poultry, -etq'.V'''t6'|I'^'bss of an empty stomach, teed'yoyr hoiisehbld, !\nd supply' 'd! hut right here, in (liU Canada of -.i'-.i^. ^j.i.-. oiii'H, this land flowing with 'milk and", lioney, will hmignr stretch forth Us ugly flngei'-'aml touch our people. ' IRENE PAKLBY. certain surplus tot ibcar tnaricgts,?bttt concentrate the chief energies ot the men and women ot the farm ou the production of wheat, and tho proparo-tion of the soil for growing yet more wheat during 1919. Do your utmost, and there will still be hunger and waul. The most we can hope to achieve la to prevent worldwide starvation-starvation that may even touch our homes here In Canada. Our slogan for the farmers this spring muat bo "I^roduco Wheat," on every available acre; our slogan for tho kitchen must bo "Conserve Wheat" in every posalble way, by elimination and substitution. Those of ua who, fall to speed up along tho.'se two lines of action, are definitely allying themselves with tho enoniy. Wheat and transportation are ut the moment the two vital nec^essitlea. To help the tranaportatton problem, we should grow as much as possible of our own food locally, and wo should economize In everything that has to be brought to ua from abroad, or from t*ie other ,-ends of the Dominion. We should keep heforo our eyes the picture of long uueues of people In .the old country standing tor hours In bitter weather, waiting their turn t'p buy a small ration of some ne2eBBtity article of .diet. We shojild teacH bur �families, .from the smallest child up, that it i'a today, a, criminal offence to waste even a crust of broad - one slice of bread - or one ounce of scraps wasted each day'.^by 8,000,000 Canadian people, rai'ans seventeen shiploads u year of bread wasted by Panada.- The U. S. government l.-i buying Rhotlef-^slahU' cum for replanting the fields of �Wiscbhsln, -Minnesota and Solilfi Dakota,-: MILMNERY Worth Whil* You etn frcilieii iin your Old Straw Hatt.urtakc new an�t. if they are not th* color you dc5lrei�n(lre-eolor wltli 'DV-O.LA' STRAW HAT COLOR. Putopdi Bl�clt,81li�.N�vy Bla�, Tan, Brovn, Grean, Cardlaal, and Purplf. Bandy llUlt brash wltli every bottfe. Perfectly tlniple. Simply ptrfect. tiltiTi ASK your Druggist or Daaler far DY-O-LA straw Hat Color To Stop a P? throat and J�;oii(!hi|tf tubes, jina wjiet cornea nlmbat, Immediately. A ,4�y> niic will .usually.�)reaH.up: an ordinary throat 5f chest cold, and tor broBOhitU, eruup, wlioopinjf foijah-and brpnchlal wolhma Mmo, is nothing .better.. J\ tastes pleasant ai\d keeps perfectly. l�inex is a, 'ftiOst valuable opncen. tratsd companud' of .etnulne � JTorway i'ljintf extract ahdlB'liaed l)Sr,mlHwna of people Kvcry year foe tUvoafc an* dii'Bt colda with Hplcndid results. To avoid disappointment, a^kiyour ttrucRlet for omwn' of v.'ith fpll (llrcQtloua api) don',b mem r.pythlns else, k Bnavontca of absp-lulo, catlsfaction pi; moawvpromptty vfui)ded K0S9 with tM� proparatwn. , JU�. pines Cfo., Toronto.-Onti / , The sense ot retnesnittg cleanliness , that follows the use of a real scalp prophylactic, is comforting irt the extreme HERPICIDE 2^2^^ Applleatioiia at the better barber ehope Guaranteed by Tho lUrpicMe Co. > Sold Everywhere SPECIAL AGENTS, J. O. Higlnbotham * Co., Ltd, Kb do �011 Vtt Most,. Mil or Weai? IN the pursuit of \vealth we aie pione to overwork and thus sacrifice heath. But when work is over, there is no excuse for wilful neglect of ones health. Neglect your teeth and you neglect your health, Our moderate ^charges place good, efficient dentistry within your easy reach. Apart from dread ot a dental operation you have no excuse tor further neglect ot your tooth. If that Is your reason, remember- Dentistry a^We Practise it is a Gentle Art Drs. Brunei Richards &, Nelson Hi|g[h Grade American Dentistiy Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LeUibridffe ' , LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHT^H AVENUE E.  EDMONTON, OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK '-^ This is the only safe method of reducing your footwear \^ bill under present conditions, See "HMJt's" Slyles - ' before naltioi your nurch^ses ., In offering the men of this city ''Hartt Shoes" we are satisfied we are giving them the best in, quality, "style and wear value that.can be procU^^ ed in Canada at any price. We knov^ these shoes to be right in all respects . ^ith consideration of wear and fit^ than anything at the same or a less price offered you,' ... There is no Economy in Low Priced Shoe^< W.p NELSON. & CO. Sherlock Building ^ve. and 7th st. south ecial Snaps AT From 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. No Phone Orders No Approvals No C.O.D.'s PIN STRIPE CORDUROYS for BOYS' BLOOM-EltS AND BUjSTER BROWN SUITS 59c In navy or Til^k,stripe. 27',A luchcrs wide. Regulur $1.(10. Saturday night special, yard.................. CHILDREN'S \d RIBBED COTTON HOSE III black only. quality Kgypiiau yarn and absolutely fust color. Sizes,? to 8U. Ucgnlar 2ric pair. * j" _ .Saturday nigljt eiieclal, pair ........................ luC LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE lu regular and outslzea, 8Vi to 10. Fast colons. Special for Saturday night only, 5 pairs tor ...... 1.00 BOYS' TWEED HATS lu self brown or navy. Also in assorted checks. Afjkg, ttegular $1.26. Saturday night special .............. TkafC 20 DOZ. ONLY, MEN'S GREY WOOL Vz HOSE In medium -weight, .lust the thing tor present weather conditions. Regular 40c. Saturday night ' 0Q�� special............................................ AafC LADIES' DONGOLA KID ONE STRAP^lOUSEv SLIPPERS Medium heel arid wide'fitting, A niOs tcomfortable slipper. Sizes 2^! to 7. Regular price $2.2,x Saturday night | CQ special.........................._____. leOaf CHILD'S BLACK KID BUTTON OR LACE SHOES Welted soles with, cushion insoles, A splendid wearer and made tor comfort. Sizes 4 to 7%. Regular price | CQ $2.75. Saturday night special...................... ieUaf NO GREATER SNAPS Can bo offered than one of those MODEL ORES8B8 which we have on'sale, at- , $11.89 and $17.48 These are respectively regular values up, to ?25.Q0 and 140.00 and afford an unprecedented opportunity of securing a 1918 model at less than half the regular Drice. Only a few left. A SPECIAL IN PILLOWS Heguialtou size. Regular price $2.25. Saturday night | |*q Hpeciai, pair....................................... I aOaf ' ALL FEATHER PILLOWS Regulation size. A great snap. Ecgular' $3.50. n aq Saturday night special........................... wearaf PAULINE CHAMBERS ASSORTED CREAMS Saturday night speoial, one and a half pounds for 25c GANONG'S, LOWNEY'S AND ROBERTSON'S CHOCOLATES AsBortod flavors. The last time oif sale. Saturday OC - night apociai, lb..................................... Ow.C CLEARING OUT ALL DRUG SUNDRIES 1 packet, each, Liquid Face Cream, Null Polish and Liciuid Slianipoo. Regular. 350 each. clear Suturdrty ;^Oj|^ night, 3 tor SMiLES FOR SMOKERS Craven Blixturo; B.D.Y.i ToUucoo, medium ami';)!h(Idi: .Godfrey & HiilJips Mixture; Ofjdeu'.s "Bt. Julieu"T'ob^i'co;^Pinnace Navy Cut Tobacco;,C�j)8tan Navy Ciit Tobuccoi" -^-'^v All Hth tf pound. Only 25c 0?815640 ;