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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta runDAY, MARCH 16. 1018 Tim LETHBRIDGfc OnILT HT'^RALO PAGE, FIFTEEN BAKER'S BREAKFAST GOCOA The food drink withoiM a fault fiMadt of high grade "cocoa . beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, wijthout the use of chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of , the cocoa bean. The genuine bears this trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER k CO. Unite. "-^ EttaUithed J7M * ONLY TWENTY YEARS AQO, Xobody vforo white shoes, Afost young iiion had livery bills. You never lieard of a "tin WMle." lloctors wanted to see yotr tongue. Nobody started the day without a Collins. Advertisers seldom told the truth. Farmers cam* to town looking frowsy. The hired girl drew twelve plunks R raontli. The butcher "threw In" & ohunk of liver. Nobody "llgtened In" on � telephone. There were no telephone*. The men did all the drinking. Jules Verne wM the only convert to the submarine. You stuck tubes in your ears to hear phonograph. People thought politicians Vere staleamen. Krance was thought to be a nation of decadents. VVrlat watches were considered ef-temlnafe. The onl y thing against the Germans was their rotten manners. A person who saved money was a tightwad. Only one woman in eleven hundred and seventy-five knew how to knit. A regular army of one hundred and fitly thousand was held to be too large. Nine people out of ten didn't know where Belgium was. Small-navy advocates declared that the United States was certain never to have another war. - Germany was making u� believe that she was the only nation that could make chemicals, drug's and dyes. To be a paoltist was nothing to be ashamed of. HERPICIDE stops* itchlntf of the scalp' ' almost instantly ABpllMtlont at tha b�tt�r barker thop* . GuBrontced by the H*n>lcU� Co. So1& Evarrwhno J. O. Special Agent*: Hlglnbotham * Co.. Ltd. /fHK Next WILL GIVE AN OldComtry DANCE AND Whist Drive INVETERANS'CLUB Monday, JQ .'t^oMarch ley I Admlnlon BOe Proeaeda for Qaneral Funida. in I BENEHT . ST. PATRICIC St Patrick wu.'? a Kcntleman Who cnrof! of ilucX'nl pnople, Ho liullt a. I'hurtih in Dublin Iowa And'on It set ;i �tPC!i)K', His father wast a CJnllagher, , His iiiothor wii.4 it lirady, His aunt was O'Shaughnessy,  And an iiiicio wa.s O'firady. So siicw.sB attends St, Patrick's tiHt, For he's n snint ao clover, ilc gave tlio .iiiukos and taad� u I wist And biiiilsbed them forever. i>   > � !'stato that tho London corVosporident aa follows: British reguiatiofts prevent Jmoi-i); than one newspaper or periodical Ip single wrapper or periodical In' single wrapper to soldlerjt In England or Prance. Is this wrong interpretation?" Tooday the following reply was received from Mr. McKeftzia: "British general post office Informs me evidently ipome misunderstanding about Brltlah regulations. Ten newspapers or periodica'^s can be seiU In single wrapper." (Signed) � r. A. McKBNZIB. HUNS Pq'SON HORSE8 Covington, Ky, Mar. 16.-jPlfty horses are dead of polBpaln|( here and many njoro are'oxpepted to die from a shipment con�lBtie4 to Newport News, Va. The poison nsed was balladonna and orotan^'oli. The deatha if tha horaea generally are aald to be due to German plots. : � > * ? PERSONAL �*>*'�>*>��:� Mr. and -Mrs. \V. 11. Pawson, Jr., are registered at tho Lethbrldgo Hotel ntter^ spending two months In Long Beach, Califoniin. w * � Mr. .lames .McCaig who has been spending a few days in the city is returning tonight to Edmonton. . * � Miss Bessie Holman. of Taber, Is spending t'ho week end with Miss Dorothy Richardson.  �   : � �>?! ? > : > Mrs. .11 II. DcWolfo entertained at the tea hour yesterday afternoon, cora-plimontary to.Mrs. H. Parr of Saskatoon. The dance given in the S. O. E. hall last night in honor of the visiting basket ball teams was greatly enjoyed by the large'number present. Mrs., J.�-B,rTerrl/l entertttineds'lK'si u}gh.t. at i�.St,..Patrick's party CocsJier daughter, Miss Kathleeii. Five hundred was played at ftire tableS, {lid prize going to Mi; enthusiastic slaitcr iliroiiKlii.ul. tin; Aviuter and her'nicriifrimiH win iirovcd ; a popular ouo. ItailuiMl li;iil, howf'ver, a close kuiiiihI in 'Mlna J�au .MalhoHon. Other ricnpciliDr.s wcvf:: ' Miss Boryl llrctt. Mi.-:! ,\Itii-gii.irllo , Quain, Mlii.i Tliore.H;i Mlsn Mil-; lired TytUK, Miss X'irturln 'J'vIhh and AliH I,aura MagraOi. 'I'li'- lioy."' cliaui-plonsliip was won )iy M;is|cr IlaldiT ICiriiy, with Unici' .'�iiii'i)!),; in s'.'cotul poaitlou. MrH. A. ir. C. I'nirior. iliiiiKhl(>r of Sir Kdwiircl and l-nl.)- Ki.'niii. ot Toronto, is cxpectod in rmvn tlin lalitr part of th(! week to .-in;; ;it flio. next recital of the .MoiiiIiik .Music Clul). MiHS P. C. Idln(.;iiiii. daiighli'r of lion. Justice and .Mis. Jolni TdinKtoii, is at present niirsiinr iil Wcynm.-i CaHtIo, Auxiliary llosjjila), i'"il'e.slilro, Scotland, wliore ! :nvi;!l tlu; vidf.'!';-,, wiii n\ir my k.il;.' d- think :.!!(! : I'lT l.nilll:-' 111,It tt'.'ii-l^di. i.-,iliv v,:ii[di (JUS ,1:1 (i-if lilK corpoi'atiuiih. 'I'hrif .iic thi' ilu'j'i l!in.i;.i of ll.iviuiH. W'urt' :n')-.r, ;iiid .SiUoi;;,', j;l'.ni(l diik'-^ ;iiid d:ilii'.-. iiiid prince.-!, ull id' IIumh i.iliini-: (lirin dd'. ch vi'ry .'t.orionid.v iuid rr' ;hi'in r.'.lnluit ill tili.dr own donr.'.i;:.;. jiloudy '�.cr],-ill); inviiy Iniiu tlic I'lupi i ,irs i omi ji'.'ioii.sly Kii'ifii'i;', ' v.'i y ii'iiiiihni oi' ni!o wliiiii till' icin ^1 it I'd iiU! i; tlw (Icr-ni.-iii ojiipii'i' liH � li"'i!i'-;u i"d to i!ii-'iii. V/li.nt a ticdcjiiifia F'lincc Dous. Ojico 1 ;is'.(i|it.s : to laki' iiii llirir iio^^itioin t v. u pci'Siiiii. '.VHlicd pii:-.' ;ii''. diu' of llii'iii, � to my Hiiipri.Hc, /-iin;;!)! liold of my i hiiiid. wliii-li fIio l;i- .-il Willi tii" f'.".i-i dal di'volloii. .A-i :i MH d of itii"' . oinit j I v.ii-i pi ."-�iiititildy oi tio- 111.i'll- � i.i, ,. , .ilid llo-ridoi.-'' ciltiti.-il i'V ri;- ii-ouKll lliCjliflls of ilio colt f \^tioia 1)11 nil- 111 iii^s tif IlOilUt^o. �I'ilatiifray in iUn 'J'ii/.lioodio Co:; leriMioii-i," (;civo.^ a nto.*d aniiisiiii^ ;c;^ coiinl of lift- ill v their joaioilay liy avoidlDK 1!";--or loolicd at- mo .villi real siiriiriso ;n lin. 1 liiH oyes and aiov. i-ri'd, "\V)iy, lio . In (li-UilM'f. Idlt!. wlioti in London lin ] ruil?!).'!!" liny way to (iinnusriy. I iiici tin- yinii);!; ! Hefoi'o tlic ronJiitutiiiii mail nnpirr, niiiny id' tin stricken little lour'- wi're eentres of kindly iHmjHi.'nient. i.-'.-on of inlelleeiual 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. of llie (ler-j f;ruiid iliiiii' of .Mo('l'l!i:: oi 'se iiov"! ;y-I ilic Itll:: liolid. wlu.'ie lie ua.i dining; life. 'I'il(> roint of till .VUKUsliiii of .Sa.\' U'elniur, Avherc' wliei-e ho - (iraiid Diltte Charles ��Weimar i'Mscnueh at (ioetlie resided and with an i-,"nt;li--^i' carl and his lieaiiUfnl wife. As I liappeneti to linve a l>o.\ for tile ilai*'ty ihealer. vve all wen: tiieie. liij-'eiiier anil paid a vslii. to (.ieori;i.' lirossinitli lieliliid the seeiics and tallied with l-;niiny Wehleii. Iho .\us- ,. ,, ,,,, sihlo stale diiiie..j w'as renowned iu raandlng the Canadiati l'..Kpcdltlonary | .^^ ., |i,,.|,,j, �Many of liicse iirlneelliif;.'!. however ridicuIdUH llitdi- L'Durt.s may huvi; was �intrii'sli'ii with resiion 'itrian aelress. v.dio was a[iii-.-ailnf,' Iti ForcOB-. "Please convey to llie war conference of .Canadian '..onieii (ho a-isur-anco that (heir liind greetiiigH are sincoreiy approciate'd and eordiaHv reciprocated by all tiie Canadiflnst-serv-Inf; in Frapce. From llii! dajfth.H of our hearts 'We tliank the women of Canada for their sii|i|iori and thoir j prayers. May God lii'iss thoin uhvay.s." Miss Adh,!Mur,ray. i > * : > * :� > : > > - - � .;. .:  -, - : CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Mlas Sarah Richardson Salmon has pasaed away''at Port Hope| aged 1.00 yeara. She had been �ulte aotWe until a few weeks ago, when she was saUad with a paralytic stroke. � a In Aid of Wounded toldler, arrangad by a numbar of ladlea. �  K. p. HALL Thu., Mar. 21 Rafreahmanta. * Mlaa Arnold'a Oreh�atr| Tleketa �1.00, EHtra Lady Mo TIckctaand Invltatlona tpayba obtained from Mr, Knowlden at ffrank Milea' Ihoa ^ RopairlnB hop, 4th Avanua by phoning 1717 or 1792. If you liava kit eollacopBipanii cbtiiihrpr elicit - -------,ith loartitsi, throat tiokla, hmrieneW^ of 'dflbifH -breath- ----- '......... � ;durinic tug hpma-inada. (tpuiH .�^p�4y..' AiK hpma-inada. cbuBh drUCTlrt^catt jfup^^y yoq,., Buuar ilmBi. Vou oil oan fed (tlita couoh In wijr ihat. taka hold of .....- ncana buaineiB. It looiCBB and raiMi-lbe phlegm, atopa throat tioklQ and aoolhea andlicala the . �Wb%� tiisr^^^A^ PIncx la � apMial obA WrJiIt coawn-tratcd cohipouni'of (tonuiDo Norway pine Mtracf an�U noted for ita rnt^a in ovOTcemlM aqvoro couohi, th �n4 chert' eoldsi 1 Uk inlllTona of i]iu�ia�tiofv�cira'UT� miig it fan the worid over. rdat cn-famous �r� nutOT Tforthlew iaUa-tioD.a: of' thia 'iMM niia;ture. To flvold>di�nppbljrtm�nt,-auk for "8% onnoo* of PJnex" with full dtreett^na �nd ion't aocapl an.vt'btnff '�Uo. It ta punrnnkHMl- to jiive a�ohito aatis-. facljon or noner iworoptlr retuwJed. Xb� Pincx Co., 'I'oroutu, Ont. The Art Needlework class will meet at the homo of Mrs. \V. P. Roy, ."iljl Seventh St. S., on Monday afternoon. � � f An executive .meeting of the Major .lack Koss Chapter, !. O. D. li.. will bo held at the home ol* Mrs. Conybeare, on Monday, March IS, at S p.m. � * * ^ The Ladies' Aid of ' the United church win hold a reception for tho ladies of the congregation in the Unit ed Church hall, formerly Westminster Church, on Tuesday afternoon, troiii 2.30 until 5 o'clock.    The ladies of St. Patrick's cjiiirch are aelling Shamrocks at the street corners In aid of the funds of the church. � �  4-  GENERAL , ? (Ottawa-News) ... The llnjon vgovorument Is shalter-Ing ull traditions in its arrangements lor the opening of Parliament., Already it lisiB Jjeon announced that the Houso will open on a Monday, and at ll. in tho murning. Now it is officially announced that all social function will be cllmlufttod and no invitations will bo iKSued. , ' The opening.of parliament has always been more of a society than a leglsln-tive ceremony.- Since Coufodoration tU^ opening iti the senatorial Rod Ch^kmbei; lias been ii big Booial shbxv: The new Union government has rudely upaet all the ancient customs. Not an invitation Is being issued fot.aB' ttoBSlblo, The House will meet In uo mornliig at 11 o'clock to'eleot a Speak* or.'Tiieie will be an adjournnieht unt^^ the - afternoon, when the Govc^rtioK' peneral will read the speech from' tho throno In the Senate Chamber. JTol-lowing the apoeph, the House of Cbm* mohs will orgjinlir.e for business by atrlking a committee to form the rar-ioxiu opmmlttees. 'niere ^vl|l be an adjournment then until TuflBduy, when the deb&to on the , bpeecU from tho Ihvono will commence. U is lipnod that Instead of dragglnpr along "^for a couple of weolfs, the debate will Ije dlspoBod of by Friday, so that {jy the following Week the House ^oiji.fgoii; down to bUBlnesa in ed.rnosl.P'.^ Mme. 'i'^one Suzuki, elaiinod to bo the vicheat woman in .lapari, is tho ! sole head of a i!reat sliiiipinp coriihlne, j .whicli Is reported to liavo made morn j than $100,000,000 since (he war be-j gan. Tho D. C. court ei .-ip[iej1s has de-ciaed that tho picdiHiiiK of th(^ White House by suftraKcttei was not in Itself uulaAvful.. Asi Vi re:dilt a liig dilmago suit tor $-100,00(1 will he brought by eight of the women arrested. * V The women of .Vortii Atnerica may liave to give up al! idatlnnm jowolry it tho Germans succeed in corraling llie Russian supply, en.seiitial for munition work.  * � * Queen'Alcxahdni is especially jileas-ed. wltlv] her'new honor boeauso it is esacritially British and fo� British p'eople.~Hcr Mnjesly shares with (ho Queen the special honor of lielnK a DjSme of tlie Carter, our oldest and highCKt' Order,  of Claivairy. Only Queo�j3 and 'Queen Consorts can hold Ite Jt'SJis liijfn;ial)ly worn by Queen ,Alc;ciindra.. iit. "si al e^ functions. Among tfie lesser" ifjffS'a'^f Orders %orn on aucli 'occiisiims--her Majesty has, al-^'ays Included the Danish Royal Fam-jl:^''Orilcr; silo holds � the first class ot'l-lio Royal Order of Vielnrin and Albert, and the first class W tho Crown of India, and has nevoral tnrelgu orders presented by their heads. Tlie'jn are'seldom worn unless Royal personages from tiie countries to which the Orders belpni; are on a visit hero. .seemed, c.vendsed desiiotic iJower. Today the iuhithltaius of .Die two Mcek-lonbufK' diicliles are proleclod by neither constitiilioii nor bill of rights. Tho grand diiko's power is absolute land he can lielieiid at will any one of liis .iiUh.ie( ts in the niarliet place or torture liiiii to death in the iliinK'h)"-! of the castle and is r(;.sp()nHlblo to tlod aiono. I was siiootiiuf once with a IIiiDKur- adlan Bank of Cointnercn. \'qr the past two yoar.s be helped bis brother on their rani'h al Willow Creek, until the latter ptirt of lai^t year when he joined the 7Sth Battery in ("alKary- Ho was disC'liafBcd from that battalion a fmv day.i ago on account of a sliKht detect in lioarini;. the eoinic oiierii then riiiinlnfi. liitl in all the time that I was in Ceniiaiiy 1 never once saw or lieard of the yoiiii>,' f!i-anil dnke, who rules (he snhjects of Ills diiciiy w-lih autocratic rule wiih-out. e?eu tile .semblance of a constitution. NO PHONE ORDERS NO C. 0. D. WINNIPEG WOMEN TO liOYCOTT BAKERS; WInnipe'.i,', Jlarch 1G,--At a larKely .�itt-'iuled meelliif? of the Wompu's Civic LeaKue last jiighf it was deckled fi. fofin ill! i)rfianlZ(ition to. boycott tlu^ bakers and make their own bread until tlie baiters restore the io-ounce loaf. Harvey Murphy, nn old timer of CalKavy, wlio drove tho Queens' hotel Ims for many years, died at the home of his brothorin-Iaw near MlllarvlUc. LADIES' BLACK SILK BOOt HOSE Black only. Ki/.cs S',- ,to 10. Regillnr .'.lie. yatiirday night, '! pairs J QQ GENUINE FRENCH KID GLOVES ."I'i to 7''1. ill hliick, white, tan 3i (;rey. Ri'milar .$:;.(I0 pair. 1. rQ- .? Saturday niKb'l ...... X�3�l 't A NEW SHIPMENT OF ^ | WAISTS JUST ARRIVED In stripes, white with colored colt- *f ars ami cuffs, voiles with pretty net *� t^O � � o .> � .;. o o O > �� > MY BOY. By John Ferguson. i' >, ? : ? Creamy,Soft most r^reshm^to^/tiP^ffK .-: The, annual oljnmuiouBhincl,9od}: wh'iiro lljoy arc spenfllnK a','�e\v .rtiiys"o=? -......................"M at the Western CiiTtad* College, after WUlub hg was uu tUo atutt ot tUo runer, Richards and Nelson 'i High Grade American Dentistry/ Ott BIk., 4 Doors {foni tethbridge Hotel, Lethbrj^dge  ' , . V . VeTHBRlDQEf ^ I ' PAl.GARY0FFICE~115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMOIMTON OFFICE-3 CRISTAUU BLOCK me Smiles for Smok^ "EL-ROI-TAN" SPECI , CIGARS Hogular. n for/2Sc. Saturday iHlKht, 4 tot; j';;.',/-........... 4J ^TDS0N. HAY" 25< CIGAI -Rpgi^lur'/iv^oi;- aii�.,,Saturday ; nitjlit, 0 Cor ....... Craven Mixture, Benec B.D.V. MUd and l^edjiipi Julian Smoking Mix)tarc| ' Stan Mild and 'M5 -.-All'best Jln^lis^ �Sjnokliig'i'iMiii in % lb, tins. Regular aSo;' aalurday ulght ;