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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 15, IMS - THlil LETIIBRIDGfS DAILY HERALD 4m r '1 WHEN THE OaViS DONE > ^'ir'havo, calcii ii bale ; Ot Splnaoh.and kale, , And I've novor rttlsod a row,  1 I hftVQ swallowed a caa Of molalonud br^n And 1 fool like a brindle cow. 1 anl laklng a snaok From tile old haystack  -' Jn tfto evening ahadows gray, And I'm glad youliet, , At last to get, . . To the end ot a meatless day.      ^'^   � � 4> PERGONAL   �' � � � . ,  Mr. M. S. McArthur ia In Calgary for - a tow days. . . ' ':�� Mr. and iMrs. William Mulr of, Modi-cine Hat, aro coming to a few'di^ys to make their home here^ j Mr, L> B. boiey hau been spending a d�r In the city en route to his homo at Wlnnlfred, Alta., otter an enjoyable visit In the oast. Whilo in Michigan, Mr. Loaey .ipont a short time at'Battle Creek, whei'e ho vlalted an old friend, ,\V. H. Koltogg of cereal fame.-Medl-iclno Hat News. :f � � � * � MrJt. A; 'Iye of New Uayton. Is spending u few days with her sister; Miss Sophroula Bonnell.  � Mr. and Mrs. ,W. S..'McRae, former residents of Letlibrldge, have returned to tlie city from Foremost, and are living at 141B Cth avonuo south. � '*  Mr. and Mrs, Harry Holman havo roturned from Calgary,    ' Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Furnian ot Taber, visited hlB mother, Mrs. Mary Pyr-man,; this week. i ' i  ' . The Vancouver Music Twdes' association held Its monthly dinner in the blue room ot the Hotel Vancouver loftt week, whoil the guest ot honor wad iUiynd Jamlesou, the new, muHlcand draniadc editor ot The Sun, Avbo has jrecently, come from Winril|ieg to assume his duties on the staff of that paper, Mr. .TamleHon was a former resident of I^thbrldge.   � , . R. C'Stewart left 'WedncTBday morn* iDg on a business trip to Butte, Moni. ��V- �� ^ " f ''. ! iMiis Helen Rtohardson left today to spend the weekend In Calgary, with MIsa l�Bh Young,. . ������ . -, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Adams returned ['yesterday from a trip to New York, Clilcago and oUier eastern points. . . (Mr. and Mrs, A. K. Mitchell,have returned after spending a month at the coast. " , Mr. C. D. Murrll has returned from a visit with his family at QUmao, Mont., i' iMrs. Heniy, Cook, ttf Cardatbn, is visiting her mother, Mrp, Mary Pur-man for" a few days this week. with the hostess, Mrs. David Pot.* ttnger, Miss Orant and Miss Bessie Baldwin doing: the iionors and find:/ Ing time, iilflu, to hovo a fondvworu; with people att they c�ino and ^enti; Tho'Y. Wi C. A, in tHeWttltftd'stntei^ have enrolled ,.100,000 girls from ocean' to ocean, to a standard, and their but-i ton keeps the pic'dgo in mind: i I pledge to oxpresa my patrloUsm-i By doing better Jhan over betore? whatever worjk I have to do, � By rendering whatever spec^kl sett'} vice 1 can at this time to my comn muntty.and country;., , By living up to the highest standards ot character and iionor and by.', lielping others to- do thie same. ( They havo done Ihisj believirig thai?' every girl who is helped to live up to, ,tho level of her heat will prove to b^' of untold value to'the future ot htir country. Next WILL GIVE AN ; . ' � ' ' I' � ' Old Country AND WhistDrim W VETERANS' CLUB Monday, JO ,t?o March-LO ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS WILL HOLD A Oljl MARCH 15 In the K. of p. Hall Prom 9 till 2 Gent! $1.00^\Extra -!L,adiM, 60e Those'withj[fig\invita|^en� phpna; � SdCIAL EVENTS      *-*    >   � .Mrs/A. R. McOuire entertained yesterday afternoon in..honor ot her sister-in-law, Mrs. 13. Parf ot SMkatoon. Miss Maybelie StewaH ot 205 5th Ave. S., bntertained a few of her young friends Thursday alternooh in honor of her seventh btrtiiday.  ' ' ' � � CLUBS AND SOCIETIES  �   � -� The annnal entertainment given by the members of the Matheais clulj in honor of their husbands will be held on Friday evening. Mar. 22. Dr. A. O: MacRae of Western Canada College, will lecture on '.'The Social ahd Liter ary Ufe in the Coffee House period." Membora are kindly asked to keep thia'date open.  �.  The Home Nursing class being con; ducted under the auspices ot the Sir Alexander Oalt chapter, I.O.D.E3., will he held tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock at the Nurses' Hoihe.    ' The Ladies' Aid of the .United church will hold a reception for the ladies of the congregation in the Un It^d church hall,, on Tueadajr afternoon from 2.30 until 5 o'clock. �. 1 ,   � ^ � *>.* acklnc; .Mrs. McKillop, iMrs. Murray, Mrs. Higinbotham, Mrs. Taylor; assistants. ' ^ .f,  � . 'GENERAL,, I ' 4>  4>l^�  � � A new "Grace Darling" of Bngland is Blla Trout, � modest tisberwoman, upon whom-the-government has bestowed a medal. 'She '^owedxjnto the vortex of a ainking ship 'which had been torpedoed, and rescued a sailor dinging to a; Iceboat. A submarine I was iU'Hthe immediate, vicinity and already had shelled oth4r^ltfebo�tB. The woman .was.� mile away, vaocompan-led only by'her lO-jreai^ld boy. She rowed' straight tor/one boat (Iliad with sailors which was shattered and sunk as site drew near it, and when there was none left tberc^ ti> Jbe saved, changed her course' andi.'plG^ed up a' sailor in' another^boat. Shejj^ow.' Is one ot; the Jinationil? herolnflpJ�!.('She atlll Is a; tisherwom'ah. , 'v n>  �  h �  4 ; Inhabitant ot iLux^mbourg, includ-f'two Jlidges �'an?J"'''alio ''^several Calgary, March ,15.-That Bvltalni only Jumped into the war whilai "thoi Jumping was good," that "the Ger^ mans would dominate Canada if ItH were Ood's^wiU," and that "Britain? and her allies were only fighting tor? the capitalists" were the proGermahv and seditious statements made today) by one of the canvassers in ^he cityli who are going from door to door en^ deavorlng to secure signatures to petition to lift ihe ban from the late Pastor Russell's book, the "Finished Myslery." , TliQse and many other similar remarks were used by a' representative of the International Bible Students' Association, when 'calling at a residence In North Calgary and the- person to whom they were addressed is' willing to make a sworn affidavltjl that they are correct. Second Tithe He Has Been Ca�-i unity-^ThoB. Short is . Killed Mayor Hardle's elder son,,..Glad^ atone, who enlisted a,t the coast 1^ again, in'the hospital, according to word received by his parents today. This time, he is sufferlng fron^ gas; from gas'sbelts. This is tl)e second time this young man h'as been Incap acltoted at, the front, the'first time: he. having received fairly severe' Wounds whiblr-'i'esuUed in his being; sent back to England. His wife, Mrs: Helen Short*! 1023' 12th St. S., has received word that Pte. John Thos.Shprt had been* killed in action on Marfih 2na, Pte. *phort: Was a member of the city, street de partment: before enlisting, and: is brother of Captain Short of No. 1 fire halt. Another brother is.inj.the^-PQ^l office and a third is in a mine office in the Crows Neat Pass.' Other brother A are now at the front, Pte, Albert Short, Nobleforrt, Js; rQ ported wounded, ' In Aid'of WoHndad Soldier,' arranged by a number ef^ ladies. / K. P. HALL Pu.,MaL21 ' RtfmhmJBnts. ,f| \ Miss frrield't Orchestra -fleksts, 11.00.' Eatra Lady Mo ^ TlQkeU and. invitationa may ba. obtained from. Mr. Kilowld�n:'at Frank ' hoe?'- R�pa(r)na . ;,thet*,;4th,fAvonMa by pKoriIng 1J.17or17l2J ing _ . Swiss tra^ennen, have arrlv^. In Zli-rich.' iThey aecl^re that the' refusiit or the young Duchess ot Luxembourg to accept a Prussian, prtnoa as a' husb�nd cdntlnuts to causa the greatest' irrltatiOH In 'Borllm' Royal circles. 'Nearly ev^ry three months a now prtntie is sent down to' Lfix-embourg and tha^Duchess- is dhliged to receive bim. i . ' fMasy people who- i;emember the gracious reign pf Mrs. Qeorge Parkin ait 'Upper qanada Collase durini the| 'years when hen husband, /^'Dr; Parkjil, ^was the,-mudi-loved . Principal,.have bean delighted, to find' that the new' BtistrasB' ot (be Head-' maiters residence ls,.to use the ex-presBlr� phrase ^mpl4ylMl,by>ba?iallif4 ^hte sba c^vwLtpr t,]^e:flr|t timeppiere w*s ^be ramemberlng? woird tor n^w, onw tje yri^rniiWeiGome tff^ thWolrcle o(/b�r .acquaintance, '^ Mrs, Orapt received in the drawlng-rop^. jSwhera, ij^^^oheery tire burned as brightfy as its tallow which bl%i�4 back to bftOk: with II in'tbe haltwayi The visitors,' who' ware L.nanyi/i found , a cup of; tea waitlngjor^ them In the ^Inlnjg , when ^,tb.ey^>hl��;lnui a ->.WPJ*;' K.waitli Albany, N. "t., Mar, IS:-Prospects tbat the New. York iedslature might ratify .the prohibition amenifment to the federal constitution which received a setback on Tuesday-when the assembly substituted a bill doalgned to provide for "an advisory refere'ta I'dum" m place of tho Hill-McNab rat Ulcation resolution, werO furtber^dam* pened by yesterday's developmer^ts at the capiital,'These included an an-nnuncement that Gbveraor '^Vhitmata would not send to the.legislature ,a message'urging-ratitiAation, a poll of the senate by,.the.:;dry leaders .which showed that only 22 votes or, four less ;tban a majority could' be mustered on the ratlficfttion proposal. .';. ATTACKED WITH KNIFE Montreal,' March 15,-With, three knife,wounds in bis body lii the b|icki log and atiimaph, Harvey OiCgnerez, 21 years oia '  ^ ii  NO SUCH PROFOSALS      .4 London, Mar. ,15'.-r-{t�p,lylng-4, to an enquiry as to whether, th^re was any truth the rum-^ ora that' prpposats bad been re-, celved from  Germa.ny forX a peace at' the expanse of .Rust H)ni Lo)rd ;R6hert Oecil.tba min-' later of blockade, said: In the bouaa of commons:, ) , "As far as I know- no'aiioh proposals are being considered i or will be'oonsldered."A-f.':;'; v A Moline Tractoi savM nan. ' i\ 1  I -�i.-^r.i Fashion Says--?. R^ady For Your Viewing Offering for your critical inspection a comprehensive collection of the most desirable in spring modes, and at prices that convince you at once, that you can buy your new spring-clothes at'a cost that will demonstrate, absolutely, the value giving ability of this store. ^ The extreme care used in the selection manifests itself at once, and h ot all, by telling you that they are "eutirc^-ly different." . , , j . The first thing to strike one-is the fact', of the.many new colors for 1918 and'we have them all including the novel Rooky Brown, and new tones of Peacock Blue, Graens and Sand. The niaterlals' are Gaberdines, Serges, v Tweada and Velours mostly and'theWjor-..n ity are belted. Bjit then we have the cou-''^,!i> Heryattve'.atyles as well^. so^whatever yoinxt', taste may be you can be assured of a coat .'^^ to meat your requirements. ' '' WAtbu IfONDAY'S HERALD , . A lovely coat is this one of Peacock Green Velour. f It is pleated firoin the \^ist sind is fastenj^ with one large handsome button, A- silver grey n^pllar adds the fiiiisKing'toueh] to-this beautiful coat. ,  l l^h Monday't Hwahi^ ^ SKIRTS Very-strong are the Novelty Sport Skirts this spring. ' v Onev is a green and white Htrlpe, box pleated, made up in velour. Anotlier is iv large � check In J purple, grey and white" with iBxtra - large pock-' et and there are many other novel effects. Really when one looks them over each one saenis :ihiow�V ^ffecUvo liiian the previous one. Then, of . course ^thpre are .our regular lines' 6f piack 8,atln. etc.,: Taffeta 'and evevy ildscrip-tlon of material and Qolor, Our',new - waists' have' aririved in their' coni-'pletion and are a revelation of beauty. Charming creation; In Clears J i gettes, Crepe da:Obenes and' Habutal in colon of, yellow.' � maiize,, ^ pink, rose,' ^wblte, paddy green, et^,i await your inspection. ' . Space permitsVmention; of^ only onet and'A;Groy . Qeorgdtte' trimmed,'\v�lUi' purple ' and.' beauUtully em-' brolderadMn silk'^-fipsa'>' and-w' tlniel.\Tbe i>rices\ rlini'fi'om �18.75'to.115.00..'' '" ll ;