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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ..Wi:pNtiSpAl)Y, MARCH i:3, 1J)18 im, v.^ii'UBlWDGE DAILY HEHALD PAGE ELEVE5 Gal THOSE LABT OeAR MOMENtS , Ameiin JoBephine Burr Khoh at her t>o�t we women stand; Mine fi the safer, oaaler pirl-� . And ybi th�ro is Un Iron baiid Of envy t-dund my heart i Vor hot, .the weary, nurse . > ' LADIES OURLINQ , � Tonight at seven o'cloclc: ^(r^. Alarshall vs. Miss Buchanan, Miss Bawaen vs. Miss King.  * � . WEOOINGS � ,; � MAHR-^k^MAiiir' L' The marriage took place last night in Knos church of Miss Msirle Kath' leen Kiiman, of Elmira, Wash., and Mr. Charles H, Mahr, of Milk River. Rev, \V. P. Burns' performing the ceremony. The bride was- attractively attired in old" rose Buohesae satin. Miss Mary A. McCann and ' Mr. H. Ostlund witnessed the ceremony. > NURSINa MISSION   *  � �  �  The; ;,haiiJ|'re�ponda readily to a (regular and intoll!mnt, � ^ �  �   Dear Dory Ann. ' :  I have n feeling Ilm iolnl lo 1)6 very serious In thlk letter., It's); Monday, I'm without a maid nnd the morning ttsolt la a dull tlnishod ono, cloudy nnd murky and sullen. Then the morning paper with the .ilotlnlto news about the Russian peace tiUa one with gloom. Poor, Ignorant, misled people, all honor and lofty ideal crushed out by their years of opprfs-sion. The|r only thougKt'inow personal safety, unlicensed freedom.and Selfish groed. Some day this - same Russia win look hank with .bitterest scorn to the rioy when ilhe .soldi lior birthright for a mess of"potnle, and linked' her- name with the most das'' Urdly ^nation the werld has known. Sho says "peace, peace, and there^is no peace." Qerinany at the very time glutting herself with her food and produce, and smiling at the chicken hearted Russia tha� lets her calmly walk Into her front door and di^poil her before her very eyes. Germany has sighed a peace with Russia, /aii'' other.scrap of paper to add to a worth-r less rubbish heapf. I have Just finished a very good book on the Riissfari Hevolu'tlbh. ,U Is by Isaac Hievine, foreign news, i^di' tor of the New York Tribune Undpiub llshed by Harpers Broa,, New Vork. 7t closes at the fall o( Czarism, but it helps one to understand succeeding events. With a traitorous court and Prussianlsm springing up like a rolik weed everywhere and only a handful of loyal ,patrlot'8, wbot chanco -has Russia had. Wo condemn her and yet not too harshly. She may awaken | and find a soul. Her troubles aye notj! over, bad as they' hove been there may be worse yet with her cut-throat neighbor watching her asa cat does a mouse. He may play with h?r some I'lVue but, the final pouniie must cotho. The Women's Service L.eague of the various American' cities is being organized on a truly military basis.-1 have a friend who is captain at one of the stations � and she saVs: "Detroit especially has been waking up Snow to the fkct that thc-| war promises to be a prolonged arte and that tho women, must b^ar thsir share ot ^he canteen work, the motor column, the clerical work on draft boards, etc., offer many opportlitiitlos for real sen-Ice, and the demands are being met In a truly practical andi efficient way. Each commandant jias her majors, captains, adjutahts and lieutenants to carry out heb orders and;the work is done cheerfully and promptly. Each/ woman who enlists hi given her call and if the response is not~ immediate her name Is dropped Real sickness is tire only excuse ac c^pted. Preparation is being m^de to help the tlilid Liberty loan campaign which is sodn td be launched. A. booth is to ,be put up in the busiest' city thoroughfare, and .'epeakera, from all activities of life'are to';,be asked to adflress tKe^ paBslng and Si>,aisslve crowds/ -And best At ..all,-tha;'^^meii are'reall7.1�g more alSipiore thatittey, are to help' the joj.dlara" feeV tha|. t.he:t stand back of them,'b'eilevlng as ftriu' ly as can,he that the allies are light Ing for a true democracy., and a real liberty." . , ....... .... , . . Here is a rather fine little poem t came across the other day, taken'frAu the Atlantic Monthly: Who-are'the dead? Surely least of all those courageous men and youths fllle|l with the Joy of living who yearned yet to llvis more deeply and caught' the flaming torch flung by their fellows^ in far France and passed oich ono a living spark, life eternal: , /' THE DEAD, � I teared^'thc lonely dead so old were they. . Decrepit, tired beings gbastl^^white. With withered breasts and: eyes de-; void of sight, / Fo'rever mute beneath the sodden clay,'| I feared tho lonely dead a'ndr turned ��� away � ' >" From thoughts of sombre/death and ' -endless night,^. /, ;  uii Thus; through the disoialr bimra I ' longed for light / ' , To.^rlve my, utter, hopelessness away. B�f now my'.nightn, are tilled^ with flowered .dreams * " ; ? Ot:;sInfiDg Vwarriors ' beaivUtul. and ^ ..Mtrypung; '' " , Strong men andboys within whoso; Vjeyea there glMma- i : The trtumpni'sorig of world'a unknowfi ) unsung,  -^l Grim death haa vanished leavlug'ln its' stead, 1 / - The abining Mory ,ot the living dead. ; -^SlgournejrThayer (iu the Atlantic ' 'Monthly,-  �.  OENCRAL ITEMS �" ' v' *^  ba'dy Drummoipd (has' cabled7tbti (allowing meaaaM; from-" Lord Ilhond-,da to Mra. Rhya D, B>lrbairn, correa-ponding secretary ot^ the^ National Council of Women:,-/'Lord' Rhondda has heard: of (ha accomDllshfaient of Bp|�ndld workjby, the: National Council with great' satlafactlon. Kvery ounoe ot energy, thrbwn- into Hhe work of etiipulatinK tood> - production ; and aohiovinc food , cous'eiyailon,. particularly at 'this moment, .>* > The women *4oddon,"0ht, have a very IntarMtihg. apolitical - ciub^ which,inciata, nader.U�a.Ktt�p|cea or the V. W. C. A, and m�$9ta at'ihei supper hour, BO that.it does not' fnterferei with, other engagement; (or 'later lu the evening. >' ftUo simplest Qai'ufo/'vnot a crumb of whtto broad belngwestod,' ' Tjje question tit holiling ,� rooep-tioiv'thiS' yeor was discussed I at some length before it .was heia.^ehfi. sajd/ ljU^_yt was found to N t^',:�l>ly way' St bHn^Ing the out Qf .townlmemberi^ t|g�^ier Ina �ocial.,Yray. Lady Heti^ LA IE S! As a result of our Mr, Smith's visit to the East and in consequence getting Into personal touch with footwear HleiiKJquarters we have today received.a shipment oi extremely ' j ' - ' � ' HIGH-CLASS FOOTWEAR FOR THE SPRING These, were seciired at exceptional prices to clear the lot and comprise some of .^thexe^ry latest models for spring iiyear..Why not secure yours at a saving of 35% to 50.^ on regular prices., 1 ; COME i AND SEE THEM ANYWAY. ' I M)i,i Aroold'a Orohea^a- ;,, tAL, ,^ .^I'^Pl^ii ,. ' ^Mf^'-^*"* �' Mi?iileiiafl^4a5;V�.nror, . V � n ,^ 'V  i  ylW'f;}^''.':!fH!'"*'�*'**'^/'-t^??*''^^^^^^ baCks up the �tat�nf^iiVthBt/,{(her� wna Plnex 15 PAIRS LADIES' FANCY STREET SHOES These liavo patent bottoms and iniilatlun toe caps. A military heel and 8'inch toils of Castor Suedo. Is a very dressy !)hoe ot . tho late.'^t atyle. Sizes to 6. Regular value $12.1.11). " SPECIAL . 15 PAIRS LADIESV FANCY STREET SHOES Also with patent bottoms and Imltaltoii toe caps and military heel, but the S Inch top is of Taupe Suede. Sizes V/i lo B. Regular value fl2.00. SPECIAL * INCLUDED IN THIS SHIPMENT 18 JUST ONE LINE " For the MEN! Conslstlni? ot 1!) pairs of  I'atent Bals with black poplins lops, finished Goodyear welted .folcH nnd flat hoela.' Sizes fi to 10. A very dressy boot for tho coming spring. Regular value $7.50. Specfal $3.99 9� |AIRS ONLY AND VERY SPECIAL AT THAT ladies' PATENT leather 5-8trap high cut slippers. Wide tittiiig iind Louis heels. A most dressy slipper for house or  street wear. AU sizes from 1 to 6%.\  \ , regular value 94.60, special^ 60 PAIRS ONLY, LADIES' PATENT LEATHER PUMPS AVIth Louis heels. D fitting. This han a small colonial effect ami is v6ry smart In-appearance. Sizes-2 to 6%. regular; value S4.00. SPECIAL 2.29 GIRLS and CHILDREN Pairs Growing Girls'' Patent Leather Button Boots iV.^sJWitli Idd tops, wide fitting-.J'atid.flt^niedlum heol. Sizes 1 to "^ 7.. .A.', grand hoitt for school . wenr. Regular value |4.50. .SpeciMi - . - .) $2.69 Child's Patent Leather Kid Top Lace Boots Classic make. Stses 8 to 10?/4. A- very dressy and sert viceablo boot. Regular value $3.R9. i SPECIAI, $2.39 130 Prs. Child's Black Button and Lace Kid Boots Welted soles and cushion insoles. A most sensible ond, comfortoble boot and v/lU furnish excellent wear. Hog-ular value ?2.7C. Spoclal $1.59 so PAIRS Child's Black Button and Lace Rid Boots Welted soles and cushion insoles. "So-Comfy" make. , This is a most easy and sensible boot for tlia tender, grov/lng fact of the little one. Sizes 8 to 10%^ Regular value $S.GO, Special , $2.29 ho' waste. S!ie said that the members nnd their wives, could not have boeu Invitert-wlthout giving them some refreshments. Lady Hendrlo' herself has thought it wiser to give up big entertaining,- PUtBi'ltpod and very -oliiiareh-talseilt ieaaerly, - feci, thl^ take hold,of o , bUBincBs. The .icouRk ' may bo dry, boaTBQ and (tlcUti or my be por- .alsttnllv looseiirom,;tho formation of, V BhlvRin. Tho WU.�py�.itUo \game-ria-llanied mcmhrancarfandthis Pinox and syrup ciimbination will atop ilH-usually la 'J4 liouraor'icsa..;Splendid, too, lor brondiial^aattimnA hoairaoaess,^ or |\ if^r ?2..'i0 Vou can feci. . couKh or cold: in' ,4*? Vunded, Shoes Are In ftyle and price but GOOD SHOES well bought and properly fitted are, cheaper than the lower graces. They give MPRE WEAR and MORE COMFORT to the wearer. We are experts on :^ . . . Foot Comfort Bring your foot troubles to as both for gr^Wif ups and chiMrtn. We wiliraUeve the Trouble and fit your feet to GOOD shoes that wiQ give comfort and satisfaction to the wearer. The spring styles are miving daily ] and as we haye foUowajI these' f ^ j styles and markets for years We fw yrt have the proper thing for wearer. ' Your Easter Fpotwear Should Be Bbugbt e have all Vid^h*.- 0, ;