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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. KCH 1'2, 191M l.KlllMillKiK DAILY HKIUUl F.LSVEN MILADI 1224 i WIllctlE, who Is seriously 111 with ISO THE SPRING IS ROUND COMING ed cliun-h will meet hi the p tomorrow evening (Thursday! o'clock. All uienilKTs pltKUiy ui lice. C- .11 m ha ap- peared to the worlil. :shcl an ar- dent and lasliug alfcctii'i. Ivr a KcoU- iih laily who died less ihtui a year after [lie was lost on (lie Hamii.-hir'.'. The wtn a Mies lluti .laaghtvr of a of [iirand who lived near :-'u'.lauil. an owner of iniarrlcs. pillars ..f pol The Central VY. C. T. 1'. will mec-t Kranito a'loru Amlrew'8 Churc for Ills recovery. I'te. George .Maclleth. of Verdun. cousin of Miss May Frdme, of 1.11 1- Ji visitor In tile "I iLD 'I ,-eVk ?he of Mri Uco tomorrow afternoon at 8 ..'clock at bulluiw in Toronto. tlie gum ol o( Mf6 Sli Kitchener and Ills iaOv luvt- met in j .we Members please bring Iliclr: early yuuth, wlien she was ;i litwitch- Mr llussol Allan, who received inin'-bles for Eewliig. ins Scots girl with I. Ills discharge trum I lie S, army In ho 'been tiainlng, turned to the ell} sumed his tlutk-s of 1. 11. C. Jlr. Allan liaa re 01: Ihe offico stalf SOCIAL EVENT! roads bcsin to lhaw In motllcil spots ol damp and dust, And fences by Ihe jnarein draw Along the frosty crust. Their crajihln siliiouottes. I say Tho spring is conilus round this way. V.'hcn suddenly some sluilnw l.ird (Joes wavering beneath ihe sazu. inroush the hecise the moan is licird Of kino lhat Iain would graze In grasses nnw, I stnile ami say, 'j'he sprlns U coming round this Way. When tho twigs the farmer tramps, And iroushs are flmcked beneath Uio trees. >'nd fragrant hints of sugar camps As'.ray in every breeze; "When every noon seems middle .May Tlie spring u coming round Ilils way. >Vhen coughs are changed to laughs and when Our (rowns melt Into glee j Qibsoii, when a very de And all pur blood thaws out again social hour was spent, UIL In streams ot ecstasy. teachers from the various schools of And poets wreak their roundelay CHJ. being iirejont. The s'prins Is coming round this way. Whitconil) Hiley. H. Irving enlertalned nlrjnco >'.her nd St Cyprian's W. A. will meet Mug i. hair and an at ami the future field mar-'lnl H .-tripling St yprans w a Hi o home of Mrs. J. It. Wellington, at Fcvoaiceii. not yet enn-ri-l Hie army 10th SI. S., tomorrow aiteruoon as an ensi Kitchener later souuiii I lianJ in marriage, but in. -antiine John's Atnli'ilancc llrlgado'ot her aunts had bcconn- invalids. Khe uus the tole otic who.- yf Mrs. Jtobert (Irani entertained a few friends on .Monday evening, tha occasion being her birthday. Ualnly refrophments were served. Miss Vcra Ulanvllle prcuWed at the piano, and dancing was carried on till an early hoy r. 4 Miss'licnniEBlon was tlie guest ot honor lael evening at the home of Overseas will meel al llie home Miss Uiwiltn, ntt 4lb. Ave. S, to- night at 8 o'clock. Dominion Ilebekah Lodge, No. li. will hold their regular meeting in tho at S o'clock. Visiting Ilclwfcihs wcl thcv would accept, fllld til-.- Uil cue to shirk her duty, and Mi that flu; could not then accede to tin; soldier's vitas. Hundreds cf letters littwcen I. O. O. P. hall on Thursday ovening Kitchener and Miss uuiing came. ____ lifc-titncB, but at llic rvrjuc-it of Kitchener most of them .vrie deslroy- ed. A passage from OIL? of tin- few lint were saved reveals the tliat this o ScoUish lady refuseJ t-i liL-.oine the bride of her soldier It reads: v "i must devote myself lo th- 'luly that has been laid unon v.r.jtc Mifs .._. in HulthlKCn, referring 10 her Invalid Is spreading like wIM-tlrc and aunts, "uut there is reasoi ;atherins strength as it goes. Origin- wby it cannot lie. I have become ac iiting in Chicago, it lias spread cuatoined to a small life. L'or you thcrr throughout the Slates and Into Can a greal fulure, and you must have ada, where it is being carried on by_ aSiJour wife a woman artustoiucil tn IMMODESTY IN DRESS i S The M-ar against "immodcBly Welcome To Our Farmer Friends Attending the Irrigation Conference We are placing the facilities of this store at your special disposal during the conference, and extend a cordial invitation to you to make this store your headquarters in the city. i We have a shipping department to look after the interests ol our out-ol-town patrons, which ensures careful attention, and prompt dispatch, to all orders received. Rolled Oats, Robin Hood brand. 8 Ib. sack 55c Ib. sack Fairy Soda Biscuits, salted or plain, per pkt. 45c Liquid Ammonia, per bottle................ Beam, small white, 2- Ibs. for...............25: Honey, Pride of Ontario, 5s, per tin SPECIAL FREE OFFER 2 Cakes of Palmolive Soap for 25c and 1 cake Lavender Bath Soap FREE. Tomatoes, 4 tinj for 75c Coffee, J-.mleton's, 1 Ib. packet, splendid value BOe Gold Soap, 6 for........................... 45c Lennox Soap, 10 for 55c Seeded Ralslnc, Green Ribbon, 11 oz-, per pkt. 13c MAPLE SYRUP SPECIAL Guaranteed Pure Maple Syrup, Bowes brand, 5s per tin Leaf Lettute, per Mayers and Royal Purple Calf Meal in ttock. PHONE 313 PHONE 313 Bay (Tomnany Jlr. and Mrs. K. McKillon have re- turned from Kdinonton. Sapiier T. ParEons returned to ihe city on Friday from overseas. Ucul. and -Mrs. Frame- arc in Cal. Robert Irvin where he will iMr. and >.lr3. E. nnd daush- liav" returned from a short visit VI til'- "UTiercas, under the impulse of a the man whom the regarded as decadent and degenerate fashion thero relying upon no huaiau being, went to today exists a strong tendency on the Miss Hutcilson with his triumphs part of a considerable number of wo- antl also when he needed counsel, con- imcn towards Immodesty in dress; solalion and sympathy. Wherever ho; CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 I "Ho it resolved, lhat the Edmonton was he wrote her constantly tellins I MO it resoivea, mat iuu c.umuuwii was nc nwi LUJJOUJHU i Institute views with appre- lier all that was In his heart and mind. hension the growing tendency towards Bhe bad attempted lo dissuade Kit- j .ma. i nension tile growing lenucncy (unuiiin nau tiitcjuiuuu iu immodesty in dress on the part ol from going on the fatal voyage 1 The Kn01 some women, and with a view lo- to Russia in May, 181C. But Kitchener ag lias gone lo Barons ir.; will meet tonight at 7.30 In.tlie aamep urBM was against her pleadings, remain for some lime, schoolroom of the church. A lull at- (0 makc a becoming modesty "You have always bte.i he said, j cndance is requested. [hcjr in tncir o( evc. ,.to mo3l ]oyai putting duty first. r 'ning and other govrns, calls upon all You must try not to now. j Captain Demxra la giving an ail- tcaiets o, faEllion ,o Iclid their pow- The C2ar himself has asketl me to go Irets on Monday. Jlarch 17, in the towards thc enA and lo aml go I jnited church, under the auspices o. t. out lo United church, under the auspices o! t, n out lo TcieEram.' the Boys' Own Cluh ot the United ,hmJJfrs the resnonslbllitv, church. The Mrst Aid classes -will In the Boys' Cluh rooms on 4th Ave.' 111 and shopkeepers tho responsibility j I resting upon them in their Initiation 'of modes bordering on or touching ,id and Home Nursing ,ndccenc.. rat tonight at S o'clock Major E. Sutherland, for many The board ol itftwards ot Uie Unit-.' years assistant, succeeds the late John Doris of a returned soldier, eloped with Frank Demairc, also a Belgian. She was arrested at Leamington, and allowed to go when she returned hbme.wiih her hus- The Most Delicious MARMALADE Last Marmalade arid Preserving Season, when sugar was scarce, the Canada Food Board recommended the use of white com syrup for preserving. Thousands of women tried it and ,were astonished at the results. They, discovered the secret of making the most delicious LILY WHITE PAUIS, March Andre Tar- dieu. the Frencn nlgn commissioner (or Franco-United States war mat- ters, speaking at a banquet tonight given by tho Inter-allied press clnb in honor of tlie United States peace commissioners, said. "Ot the great work in which we aro all laboring together, halt Is on the way and its success is certain. "It must he pointed out with jns- lice that the common will of the. gov- ernments wanted a league of nations, and to impose that will they, hail to struggle almcst eTerywhere against DOlitiral intrigues anil often against the imprudence or newspapermen. The success tvhlch the governments have achieved in remaining faithful to them-, selves has not heen an easy, success, and hy maintaining unbroken Ideals and facts these have rendered a etr- vico which will be recognized later. "Absurdities ara lies; InvoIunUry errors are perfidious nuneuvres; therft arc combinations o( political parties; sometimes perhaps it is tlo underhand work of the enemy. "Wo have known all that, and H has created at certain periods in the j public minds about the conference a, cloud of simpleton. But if :he sun rising and beginning to disperse the cloud, and shortly there Till re- main only a sad remembrance. "Our aim is clear and simple. mean to place the maximum of obsta- cles 'between the idea of war and the acts of war." After a ten-minute strenuous lacsel with thief attempting to rob the poor-boi, the Rev. Francis H. pastor of St. Charles Borromro's Oi- tholic churcn, New York, taraed him ovCT lo the police. The man gave tbn name of George Donnelly. been arrested eleven times and ta prv sen nine times, the records rtow, and has been arre'sted before for robbing poor-boies. 'Swedish women, who have exercis- ed the right of municipal suffrage dur- ine the last IdTearE, now to have full suffrage on the same terms as men. J. Wilson has" been appointed Superintendent of liuMtUKS -for -Wind sor position newly created al a salary of ILES piin, bleed- TVyltl Jtn ieka. IK. amBuk CORN SYRUP by MM rf Ih. Wini TcchnicJ 10 cup. Ulr WWie Corn Syrup Cut Ml in IH, to .iwUnw-CTlorSSkour nemiftlt. wJi Ikem m part of In. w.tcr Coolt (roH tcJn ua Sjrrur CoalimK eookmi uitil LILY WHITE the white com syrup for table or than CROWN BRAND Corn Syrup ia goJdVn fn color, for table use and all cook- ing purposes. Sold by ererywhere, k. 2, utA 204b tins. The Canada Starch Limited Montreal Prettier Shades, Greater Assortment of Styles A Good Time Now to Make Your Selection of a Suit, Coat or Street Dress Our styles and Values are .unbeatable., SUltS at.... to COATS at.... up to SERGE AND SILK DRESSES Splendid Vahes to MISSES TWEED SUITS Sizes 15 to 20, sOk feed A Smart Suit for the Price. GIRLS' POPLIN DRESSES Silk Poplins for girls 8 to 14 in shades oi Thls fM MTy w Rose, Reseda} .Copen and Navy, each The Simpson Company, Limited ;