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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 17 I SATURDAY. MARCH !�, \\M PROHltfl Fiji-: u-niiHanxci: she dies of ;ipop!exy on the stage. In I C- * * *.* * * the second act., the two lover* have si > duel and 0110 killed. In the third , > act, the surviving lovcir eommit,s sill� ! *> ehle, and, in the fourtli act, the daugh-,':* tor juinpii down tli'r well. The curtain ; > descends leaving only the old man ami j > Iho cut tillvo, and tho impression i; : given thai if thy curtain were '10 �,-ec- !% onds laier ftilhcy tho cut would get i.lm , v DAJi.Y IlliHALl) PAGE KIFTKIiM " S PUBLICATIONS !'.v v.mI'rani:J. i Htatu pub- old man uv the old man would got th� cat! 'a a * ; * > > > > > o! Let us put by Home hour every day % Husband, brother, father Hon or i'Vir holv things, whether it be when daughter. Air*, Conybearc will be duwn pleased to give any further itiforma- , , , , lion regarding these Hags. 1 roers through llw wIndo.w-pum\ or when Ihe noon Kunnes, like a burnished topaz, in the vault, Or >vhon the, thrush pours in tho car of i MRS. PARLBY TO THE WOMEN (ill ;iw;i, ..Mar. fi. of lb* Hecrolury !i"JiimI In the (*ati:nlii (JiiiCtlo of Varcb 2,>rs' Iihvh boon prnhibltod clrcuhiiimi or pou� session In i'miml:* u follows : .The Lyccupi World published at Indl.inapoits. hid ; and InrtUn-iriahsll Joulu. 1 wiV publUlunt liy the Worlit'i^ :-'n' uiii.-'i I'ub-li.shing company, imluih, Minn. v : OPEN NEXT WEEK v a I. t Tin: ol'r'irial opening oi' ihc :'iI:! iiMori / plan; is expecrcl (o take plaee .^omc ? c o c� * * GENERAL ITEMS. a j .VIi.s. Wwllfti" l-'arlby, .jj;*o.sIii�*-iil oV ovo Jih palntivc monody; aosne little hour; Whondn to hold rapt converse with tho hou!. From aordidnoHK and self a sanctuary, .Swept by (ho winnowing- of uintceu wlngp. And touched hy tho White Light Ineffable. � * * a a a a .> a a a a a a a .> a > ? �> > a fl. a a a a �| V a PERSONAL � O > ? a a a a �> The Uov. \V. (i. Wilaou. of Muobb Jaw, who is to preach tho anuivei'Hary ncrmons at. Knox church will he the Kueat of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. I). IHgiu- bnthi\m. * f * Supt. Penncfather. of the 'Mountod I'oIIcc, ha a rcturw.'d from Jtoginu, where his son hus recently undergone hu operation for appendicitis. He i� vocovorinK nicely. Mrs. Tenncfathcr lii still at Heglnii. * is i Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Hutch and little fluugliter .hav�; returned to thoir home near Ourdston, after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Hoss. t- * Mrs. Arthur Harnsley and Iter mother. Mrs. Canning, are expected from Cl�\ eland Sunday moi'uing.   � Mrs. Cummiims on 8th Avenue, entertained Nome of her J'riends lanl j ulgiit. The company assembled to support J'hyllis Neiiaon-Torry, who mukea h^r appearance at the Majestic Theatre next Saturday, March lfith, in a iifv.v comedy hy 13dward Peple, inciudfis a number of prominent players who have been aeon in Canada on previous occasions, among these ure Arthur Lewis, whose work as Ilia Ulshop in "The Servant, in the Ffouae," waa one of the individual successes of that well known play, will again be seen in the role of a clergyman; Edgar Norton, who was with Cyril Maude in "(Jrumpy" h�h a prominent nart. and others in tht MeKarlane, Da ltepton. 1'hylMa llelph, Hose Morrison and others. IS ANTI-MILITARIST ' :;i) joJJer ;i mayoralty eau-dldnir iiguiii:d Min i! Murtiu, at. ;� ni""iiii^ in iiis interi-f last ni^hl ."aid he anll-inilitari.^: \>y nature, eda-;�,'',}>))) ioul inonlfili'y. mid when the proposal was made 1 hai he should jfdti (he union governiiJi!?u ah a Krench-f'an idian and laboi' uum lni met yii' UoImt' iiordeti and'i: "Mr. I'rime IMinisu-r I cannot approve of your'i)i'oj�'( t i nnscr'ipMoii. 1 am an anl^eonscnprioniHt." Hip Unllnrl 1'iirin Won,-, i.r Allmri�, \ ,, .,,A,,,;y, who if returned tli:s wne.k trom Mm njiif'T-fence of women with the govern men' at 011uwo. In a statonmuf made, at p Calgary, she said: "Am'I travel westward and homeward from Ihe Confe.rr'iice of Women culled together from all parts of Muj Dominion by Mm fedeial government 1o meet the war commute or iho cabinet at Ottawa, there is one word which senins tr> be written large rit'.ht across our liori/on; that word is one before which even (he horrors of Mm battlefield seem pale. The dictionary j There *ure many things to do with holds uo uglier word than this one of i this conference m" women thai I 'Starvation" which is the thing we are \ shuuld like to dlaciu-: with our menthol's, but wc will deal witii thein, iater; Iho conioreji'-' iiself was an 1 historic event, the lir.-o calling In-gethiT of women iii'i> consultation wiin t he governtng hti.:ly of the na-;ti(in; .i pretty, big s;.p fnt-ward, like- ly t'i lead to main nMie-i- advance i nmvem.ent s. Tin? Herald doe? not accept any re-j .sjionsihiJity whatever for Mie full'IIinfml nf the prophecy h hns the temerity *o ~- ' ma he in t hir. respcit, tor It is most j Canada of ours, this I anil flawing with milk and honey, will hm\wr .it ret oh forth ugiy linger and tmieh our people. IlfLW!-: f'AKLUV. ASK your Druggist or Dernier for DY-O-LA Straw Hat Color wedge of her au�ault make calm ac- wheat during 1010. 9 m \\v?. Murray had a frienda in for a lilt ie on Thursday night. few or her sewing party ceptance of its hazards. For us, the steel-swepr trench, The stiffening cold -weariness, hardship, worse. For you, for whom we go, you millions aafe at Grant Mull, of the t.\ }\ K.. was in the city today. 13efore leaving Winnipeg for oversells, Hev. Dr. J. 10. Hughson, formerly of LeUib'rMge. wim Ihe roelepienf of a fluttering wend off from his congregation at Grace church. Sir James Aikcurt presided. During the evening he was presented with a handsome cash bonus and a wrint -watch. F .Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Meibaeh recently ruturned from a trip to the south. home-what for you? Do your utmost, and there will still be hunger and want. The most, we can hope to achieve in to prevent worldwide atarvatlon-starvation that may We shall even touch our homes here in Canada. need food. We shall need care. We shall need clothes lor our bodies and weapons for our hands. We shall need terribly and without failure ftuppllea and equipment in a stretfm that, is constant and never-ending. From you, who are are resource aud reliance, who are the heart and hope of that humanity for which we emite and strive, mmit come theae things."- (Signed) Citizen Soldier, No. 25S, -th District, National Army. i Our slogan for the farmers this spring must be "Produce Wheat" on every available acre; our slogan for the kitchen must be "Conserve Wheat" in every possible way, by elimination a.nd substitution. Those of urf who fail to speed up along those two lines of action, are definitely allying themselves with the enemy. Wheat, and transportation are ul the moment the two vital necessities. To help the transportation problem, For pure beauty of expression, for We should grow as much as possible r T. U. Dunham and Mr. and Mrs. children, of Coaldale, have returned from several mouth's sojourn at the con at. stately and musical phrasing, for the richest essence of true poetry, for Imagination, exalted vision and soul-reaching appeal, we have not seen the equal of this excerpt from a letter of an anonymous American sold- j L Mrs. J. W. Low is spending the of our own food locally, and we should economize in every tiling that has to be brought to us from abroad, or from Dhe other ends of the Dominion, We should keep hefore our eyes ier."-~Rays the editor of an exchange. | th0 picture of long queues of people. * * * I in the old country standing tor James W. Gerard writes in his new hours in bitter weather, waiting their week end in .Macleod, the guest of j hook on Germany: "1 was a constant turn to buy a small ration of some Mrs. II. Bowon. {attendant at theaters 'in Berlin. The necessary article of diet. We shohld  ' *  l best known manager in Berlin ia teach our families, from the smallest H. 11. Dobson has gone to Calgary ; fioinhardt, who has under his con- child up, that It is today a criminal jr 1 -3' 'to �v v.,J 1 ,  � * Miss Grace Byrnmer is entertaining; her small friends at a birthday party today. * * �f A. Al. Dowsley and bride returned to town yesterday aud have taken a flat in the Victoria Mansions. 9 * V * The wife aud children of Lieut. Swift are qu their way buck to Canada. ? * � � Capt. Pearson. M.P.P., who is to pieach the anniversary sermons in offence to waste even a crust bread - one slice of bread - or one ounce of scraps wasted each day, by 8,000,000 Canadian people, means seventeen shiploads a year of bread ] wasted by Canada. Apart from dread of a dental opera-Mon you have no excuse for further neglect of your teeth. If that is your reason, remember- 1 dined with them in their picturesque house on the Kupfei graben. In the Deutsches theater the great re- ] vtlving stage makes a change of scene so easy that Heinhadt is enabled to present Shekespeare, a great favorite, 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 of "Macbeth," when Lady Macbeth comes in, in the sleep-walking scene; rubbing her hands and 3aying, "What, ! will these hands ne'er he clean?" the Wesley church will he the guest while actress taking this part in Berlin gave in tho city, of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. a very distinct and loud snore be-Buchanan. tweeu every three or four words, thus moat effectively reminding the aud- * * * Mrs. Charles Mackay. of SOU :trd Avenue's., has discovered a new knit- , The sense ot rerncsning cleanline: that follows the use of a real scalp prophylactic, is comforting in the extreme ^HERPICIDE^^ Applications at the better barber ohopa Guaranteed by Tho Hcrpiciiie Co. Sold Everywhere SPECIAL AGENTS, J. O. Hlgirtbotham A Co., Ltd, Dentistry as We Practise it is a Gentle Art runer, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Uthbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-H5A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK B ience that she was alseep. The Germans love horrors and ting process, wherein two socks can!thrills in their playg. A favorite during wartime, played at Reinhardt's theater, was "Maria Magdalena." The characters were the father, mother, son and daughter of a German family in a small town and two young men in love with the daughter. In the firBt act the police arrest the son for theft, bo knitted at tho same time. The double stitch enables one to knit a pair of socks in half ihe time, *  * 0� > > > ? > > > *> *> > CLUBS AND. SOCIETIES .*. > * * ? * Tho regular/nonthly meeting of the Local Council of Women will be held in the Y. M. C. A. Monday, March 11th at 3.45. It is hoped that there will be a full attendance as there is -much of interest to discuss. Miss Tilley will report on the Bocial Service Convention in Calgary which she attended as' n delegate from T^nthhrldge and Mrs. Buchanan who attended the Laws * -ommif.tee convention of (he Local Council of Women in Calgary as Lethbridge delegate, will speak on matters brought up at the meeting. * * * The G. I. A. will hold their regular meeting Monday evening in the Oddfellows' hall at 7.HO. A full attendance is requested.    An executive meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. D. E, will be held in the Triangle room of the Y. M. C. A. Monday afternoon.   � Tho Art. Needlework class will meet at the home of Mrs. Henderson, S09 6th Avenue S., on Monday afternoon. f * * * The Homo Nursing class will meet at 7.1*0 in the nurses' home this evening- -  * * The ladles nf Iho Major Tank Boss Chapter of the I' O. 1J. 10. wish the tiublic to know that they are taking giving the mother such a schock that To Stop a Persistent, Hacking Cough Th* he�t Tfinedy !� �na y�u' (ia alily mnko r.t horn*, ' v In offering the men of this city "Hartt we are satisfied we are giving them the best in 4 quality, style and wear value that can be procured in Canada at any price. Wek tnow ese shoes to be right i respects and c hoes Hartt Styles before making your purchases nnn you. heaper (with consideration of wear and fit) anything at the same or a less price offered There is no Economy in Low Priced Shoes 1 t NELSON Sherlock Building Corner3re Ave. and 7th St. South r1 From 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. No Phone Orders No Approvals No C.O.D.'s PIN STRIPE CORDUROYS for BOYS' BLOOMERS AND BUSTER BROWN SUITS hi navy or hlaek s:ripe. iiTi- inches wide, regular CQp $!.(>�. Saturday night special, yard ................. tJIFL CHILDREN'S 1-1 RIBBED COTTON HOSE in black only, llesi tpinUiy Kgyptiuu yarn and al)soluteiy fast color. Slxen 7 lo 0. Saturday night special .............. 2.99 PAULINE CHAMBERS ASSORTED CREAMS aaturdav night special, one and a half pounds 9C/� for ................................................ GANONG'S, LOWNEY'S AND ROBERTSON'S CHOCOLATES Assorted flavors. The last lime on sale. Saturday night special, lb.................................... CLEARING OUT ALL DRUG SUNDRIES 1 packet each. Liquid Faep Cream, Nail Polish and Liquid Shampoo. Regular 35c each. To clear Saturday OC� uight, SMILES FOR SMOKERS f - Craven Alixturn; B.D.V. Tobacco, medium and mild; God-frev & 1'hilJipH Mixture; Ogden's "St. Juiiyn" Tobacco; Pin uace Navy Cut Tobacco; Capstan Navy Cut Tobacco. All Vgth �f pound. Only 25c i ;