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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNISSDADY. MAKCH I .'J, 1�1K THIS lliHlDGK DAILY HKKALD PAGE ELEVEN 4- : *:*   ?  � * � � 9 O �     * 1NG MISSION The Nursing Mission would like to explain that opening a milk station would not only mean "clean milk" as stated in last night's paper. (Our medical health officer sees to it that it la clean), but modified milk, prepared from formulas to suit the age and condition of each baby for whom it would be intended. The MissioVs .plan would be to furnish this free to those who could not pay for it, as in other places where Infant Welfare Work is done. / K To Have Beautiful Hair Use NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE No woman can afford to be indifferent to the appearance of her hair. A mass of nice snappy hair, becomingly dressed, will Bad more in genuine looks than a pretty face, or an expensive gown. Don't allow the scalp to become clogged with dirt and dandruff. Don't allow dandruff to destroy your hair. If your hair is uneven, dead, dull and brittle and comes out by the handful every time you draw a comb through it, dandruff is the cause. To rid your scalp of the dandruff and check the lose of hair should be your first anxiety. NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE will do this and at the same time put the hair and scalp in a sanitary condition. HERPICIDE appeals to those of greatest refinement on account of its exquisite odor, its purity and cleanliness. It contains no grease and does not stain or'dye. There is nothing more dependable than this remarkable scalp prophylactic. The ham responds readily to a regular and intelligent use of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. 1 Try it and see. Send 10 cents today to THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. S,J)etroit, Mich., for a sample bottle and a booklet telling all about the hair. , for sale everywhere in 50c and $ 1.00' sizes. Guaranteed by The Herpicidc Company. Applications at the better Barber Shops and Hair Dressing Parlors. SPECIAL AGENTS, . J. D- Hlginbothsm 4. Co., Ltd. Dear Dory Ann. ' I have a feeling I'm going in be very serious in this letter. U'.s Monday, I'm without a maid and the morning itself Is a dull finished ono, cloudy and murky and sullen. Then the morning paper with tho .definite news about tho Russian peace fills one with gloom. Poor, Ignorant, misled people, all honor and lofty ideal crushed out by their yours of oppression. Their only thought now personal safety, unlicensed freedom and selfish greed. Some day this same Russia will look buck with bitterest scorn to the day when she sold, her birthright for a mess of potage and linked' her name with the most dastardly nation the world lias known. ] She sayH "peace, peace, and there'is-j no peace." Germany at tho very time glutting herself with her food and produce, and smiling at the chicken hearted Russia that lets her calmly walk into her front door and dispell her before her very eyes. Germany has signed a peace with Russia, (another scrap of paper to add to a worthless rubbish heap. I have just finished a very good book on the Russian Revolution. II is by Isaac Levine, foreign news editor of the New York Tribune and'pub-lished by Harpers Bros., New York. It closes at the fall of Czar ism, but it helps one to understand succeeding events. With a traitorous court and Prussianism springing up like a rank weed everywhere and only a handful of loyal /patriots, what chance has Russia had. Wo condemn her and yet not too harshly. She may awaken and find a .soul. Her troubles are not' over, bad as they have been there may be worse yet with her cut-throat neighbor watching her as a cat does a mouse. He may play with her some tlnie but the final pounce must come. The Women's Service League of the various American cities is being organized on a truly military basis. I have a friend who is a captain at one of the stations � and she says: "Detroit especially has been waking up a'now to ther fact that the war promises to be a prolonged one and that the women must bear their share of the canteen work, the motor column, the clerical work on draft hoards, etc., offer many opportunities for real service, and the demands are being met in a truly practical and efficient way. Each commandant has her majors, captains, adjutants and lieutenants to carry out her orders and the work is done cheerfully and promptly. Each/ woman who enlists fs given her call and If the response Is not immediate her name is dropped. Real sickness is tire only excuse accepted. Prepatatlon is being made to help the third Liberty loan campaign which is soon to be launched. A booth is to be put up in the busiest city thoroughfare, and speakers 4 from all activities of life are to be asked to address the passing and ,$aasvve crowds. And best of all, the women are realizing more a#ift more thatthey are to help the soldiers feel that they! stand back of them, Relieving a-s firm-' ly as can be that the allies are lighting for a true democracy and a real liberty." Here is a rather fine little poem I came across the other day, taken fvdftn the Atlantic Monthly: Who are the dead? Surely least of all those courageous men and youths filled with the joy of living who yearned yet to live more deeply and caught the flaming torch flung by their fellows in far France and passed each ono a living spark, life eternal: , THE DEAD I feared the lonely dead so old were they, Decrepit, tired beings gbastly^white, With withered breasts and eyes devoid of sight, Forever mute beneath the sodden clay, I feared the lonely, dead and turned away From thoughts of sombre, death and endless nightK Thus; through the dismal hours 1 longed for light Ta drive my utter hopelessness away. But now my nights are filled with flowered dreams Of singing warriors beautiful and : - young; Strong men and boys within whoso eyes there gleams The triumph song of world's unknown unsung, Grim death has vanished leading in Us stead The shining story of the living dead. -Sigourney Thayer (in the Atlantic Monthly." 'A A sar It of our Mr, Smith's visit to the East and in consequence getting into personal touch with footwear headquarters we have today received a shipment of extremely HIGH-CLASS FOOTWEAR FOR THE SPRING These were secured at exceptional prices to clear the lot and comprise some of the very latest models for spring wear. Why not secure yours at a saving of 35 to 50% on regular prices. COME IN AND SEE THEM ANYWAY. 15 PAIRS LADIES' FANCY STREET SHOES TheK�.' havo patent bottoms and imitation toe caps. A military heel awl 8 inch tops Suede, is a very dressy shoe of afyie. Sizes 2% to ij. Regular val- of Castor the late;-t ue $12.Mi: SPECIAL 15 PAIRS LADIES' FANCY STREET SHOES V AIbo with patent bottoms and imitatiun toe caps and military heel, but. the 8 inch top is of Taupe Suede. Sizes 2'/i to *i. ulav value ?12.00. SPECIAL INCLUDED IN THIS SHIPMENT IS JUST ONE LINE 7 For the MEN! Consisting nf Hi pairs of Patent lials with black poplins lopq. finished Goodyear welted '.idlcM and fhu. henls. Sixes t� to 3D. A vory drossy hoot for tho coming spring. Hegiihir valuo J7.no. Spwfai 1 l 9ft PAIRS ONLY AND VERY SPECIAL AT THAT \ * LADIES' PATENT LEATHER 5-STRAP HIGH CUT SLIPPERS. Wide fitting- and Louis heels. A most dressy slipper for house or street wear. All sizes from 1 to 6%, v REGULAR VALUE $4.BO, SPECIAL 60 PAIRS ONLY, LADIES' PATENT LEATHER PUMPS J With Louib heels. D fitting. This has a small colonial effect and is very smart in-appearance. Si/es'i' to . \ SPECIAL $2.39 130 Prs. Child's Black Button and Lace Kid Boots Welted soles a nd cushion insoles. A most sensible and comfortable boot, and will furnish excellent wear. Regular value $2.75. Special $1.59 SO PAIRS Child's Black Button and Lace Kid Boots Welted soles and cushion insoles. "So-Comfy" make. This is a most easy and sensible boot for the tender, growing feet of the little one. Sizes 8 to 10V-. Regular value %ZSii). Special $2.29 no waste. She said that the members j and their \v\vna could not have bceu invited.*without giving them some refreshments. Lady Hendrie herself has thought it wiser io give up big entertaining, even the usual -afternoon reception being curtailed this year. At the government house on Thursday neither soup, fish nor meat.was Hurved on the table. * * � * o * I * GENERAL ITEMS * * O * * 4 * +\ ^ ^ * O . '.lua'dy Drummond has cabled �the following megtage; from Lord Imond-da to Mrs. Rhys D. Fatrbalrn, correa-1 ponding secretary of% tho National Council of Women*. "'Lord Rhondda! has heard of the accomplishment of splendid work by the National Council with great satisfaction. Every | ounce of energy, thrown into the work of stimulating food production aud achieving food .conservation, particularly at this moment, is of vital service to tho allied cause. There is need! tor all Canada can give in cereals, meat, bacon, butter and cheese." * * � The women at London, Out., havo a very interesting political club, which meets under the auspices of the Y. W. C. A., and meets at the supper hour, so that it does not Interfere with other engagement for later in the evening. A Toronto despatch says: "There is no food wastage allowed in the home of Lady Hearst, wife of Ontario's premier. This is her answer to tho criticism follpwing the annual reception of members of the legislature and tholr 'wives and�frlends. She said that the entertainment was of the simplest nature, not a crumb of white bread J being wasted. ' The question �f holding .a reception this year was discussed at some length before it .-,vas held, she said, but it was found io be the, only way tt bringing the out of town members together in a social way. Lafly Heu-j drto, wife of the Lieutenant-Governor, backs up tho statement that there was' GOMPERS SENDS HIS SYMPATHY TO RUSSIANS - Washington. March 13.-Samuel Oompors. president pf the American Federation of Labor, on behalf of the American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, today wired to the Russian Soviet congress at Moscow a message of sympathy to tho Russian people "in their struggle to safeguard freedom." V % Easy to Make This Pine Cough Remedy Thotunrutg of foailllaa �w�or by It* 2 prompt reauUa. Inespfiialve, ? And �i*vc� about S3, You know that pine is used in nearly sail proscriptions and remedies for comrhs. Th� roaeon is that pine contains several peculiar dements that ihive a remarkable effect in soothing tand healing the nienibranea of the throat and cheat. ' Tine couph syrups are combinations of pine and syrup. 'Alio ''syrup" is usually plain rranulafcfld sujrar syrup. Xotli-ing better, but why buy it? You can easily make it yourself in five minutee. To make tho best, pine couch remedy that money can buy, put 2% ounce's of Tincx foO cents- worth) in a 16-07,. bottle, and fill up with horac-mada suuar syrup. This trives you lt> ounces In style and price but GOOD SHOES well bought and properly fitted are cheaper than the lower grades. They give MORE WEAR and MORE COMFORT to the wearer. a r We are experts on Foot Comfort _ _ n Bring your foot troubles to us both for grown ups and children. We will relieve the Trouble and fit your feet to GOOD shoes that will give comfort and satisfaction to the wearer. if*- mm .Si You can fool this tako hold of a cough or cold in a way that means business. Tho cough may bo dry, hoarse and tight, or may ba persistently loose from the formation of phlcjMu. Tho caussti is tlw same-inflamed membranes-and this Pincx and syrup ciunbinutionwill stop it-usually in )14 hours or less. Splendid, too, lor hroTK'Uial asthma, hoarseness, or any ordinary throat ailment. Pinex is a highly; concentrated compound ot Norway pine extract, famoua the world ever for its prompt results. Beware oi substitutes. Ask your druggist for '*2% ounces of Pincx" v.'itU directions �.nd don'fc accept anything else. Guaranteed to give ahs'o-lutc satisfaction or money refunded. The Pinex Co., Toron** ftfc' 1 1 11 The spring styles are arriving daily we have followed these styles and markets for years we know we have the proper thing for the wearer. \ r Your Easter Footwear r" Should Be Bought Here We have all widths. \ t \ Corner of 3rd Ave. and 7 th St S. 4 Sherlock Building 4 ** 1 t i � J r ;