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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '>iONl�A'�rMARGH 18, 11H8 THIS tETHBRIDG^ DAIL^ HERALD New inGrdiitVaHety NEW SILK OR WOOL SWEATER COATS ,. ^tnarteBl ami most' becoming 'otyleiii C6lorg plum, old roue, paddy, alico blue, putty, black oniijiryi etc,'.. . ' ,. $13.50 to $22.50 NE\y nSK HATS America'* leading line. All (ho v.etyl^tcjt.QtfoctB.ln Hhapes for every typo of face, $5.00 to $10.00 MORE NEW SKIRTS Stlk and cloth in plain and novelty effects. A lovely' rango to choose from at- $10.00 to $25.00 VERt SWELL SUITS A variety of choice to suit the moat particular taate In Rtnall, raediuin and large women's �1�08 up to 44. Prieei $35.00 to $75.00 HANDSOME SUJTS Latest novelties of the season in sniair ladlea, medium and extra large sizes. Very special values at- $22.50 to $40.00 SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES ; A raally magnificent showing. Moat attractive of the scason'a styles ln| very large variety; ' i>ticM $20.00 to {35.00 CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE ei2 THIRD AVE. S. C^�. Jitnicaon Says It Is a Farce -Mayor Hartlle's Criptic Remarks 1 London, Ma;rch 18.-The list of hon-ora^of thei new Order of the British Bmpire appeared last night for Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the crown polonies, accompanied by the Intimailoa that "at the desire lot the Canadian government the submission of the list to his majesty for the Canadian government had been postponed." Auatralla gets four knights, o|ie damei commander, thirteen commanders, with a number of other dii-tinctlons less Important. MMHMM DON'T YOU fEYOURGIIILO IS SICK, GONSim Vool(-at Toniual Move Pelaona From LIvtr �nd'Bewal tOriea. > Mother! Your child, isn't naturally cross and peevish. See if tongue ia coated;  Uils la a sure sign its little stoniach, liver 'and bowels need, a cleansing at once. ,. When llatlesB, pale, feverish, tull.of cold, l>ad breath, throat Rore, doesn't Rt, sleep or act naturally, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gen-lie ilver and bowel cleansing should always be t% f|�:Bt treatment given. ' NAthiny eijuais. "CAitornia Syrup of PlgB,"'for children's, ilia;' give a teaspoonful, and in a few hours all the fbul waste, abur bile and,ferment InKvfood Which is clogged in the bow-elu passes out of the system, and you have a \vell' playful child -again. All children love this taarinless', dellcioua. "truU' laKBtlve," and it hev^y falla- to' effect a isood "inside" cleanaing. Di-reotions for babies, children- of; ail ngo(i and 'grown-ups are plainly on tl)e bottle; ,' , ^  t Keep it handy'In your hdmie, A little ''Klvcn today saves a siok child tom6r' . row,' but' giiC'the genuine, Ask ycji^ V druggist for � bottle bt"C�H. rcThia iSyfup of nilgai" then!, look and r,ee that it is made by the Cailfornia ' li'Ig Byrup Co."-Advertiaement. That tlio censorship being, exorcised over the news appearing in the Ouna-^lau nowspapern lu a farce, that it should be abolished altogether unless placed in the liandH ot men who really know what news should and should not be published, �ud that it Is responsible for the lack of a stronger feeling for the war in Canada ^were some ot the opinions expressed at yesterday's meeting of the Porum by C. P. .Tamie-son; local barrister and former newspaperman, having at bne.'tiine been editor of the Medicine Hat Times. Mr. Jamieson did hot tnince words in dealing with his subject "Censorship." Ho declared that better results would be achieved It the Canadian newspaper men were put or� th^ir word of honor not to print anything palp'ulated to help or give aid to the'enemy in" any way, and in all other regards they should |-be left free to"print whatever they be lleved would bo calculated to help Canada do her full duty lu the war Mr. Jamieson attacked his subject by dealing with fre.e speech as it is con ceived In the British Bmpire. It was this spirit of free speech which had made Britishers known tlie World over tor their spirit ot fair play, it was free speech and a free press In the bid Ijand which had made the govern ment of that country so domocratic p.nd free from political evils. It was that tree speech which caused Britain to rush to the aid ot littio Belgium When she was overrun by the bully ot Europe. In 'Britain the people had free speech and a free press, and thoy prized their liberty. In Germany and Russia the governments saw to It that the people were given only that news which the powers-that-be desired them to be given. It was one of the essential differences In the liberties of li^e two peoples. Dealing withtthe censorship in Can ada Mr. Jamieson declared that there were really only three matters on which cenabrshli^ siuTiUd tie Imposed: the movement of troops, tlic sailings ot ships and cpde .messages,. T.ho cen aorshlp in Canada: had thoroughly bra ken down when it failed to stop the Bourassa paper and the Bpurassa doc trine ot non-participation in the war and'when it h'ai( talledr to suppress gross and untrue stories about the drunkenness of Canadian troops over seail. "The cenhor itl Canada should be publicly reprimanded for aiiowing that gross story to be circulated in Canada" declared the speaker amid applause. ;, The speaker cmtcluaed by declaring that neither" In Great Bfltain or Canada should there be a censorship that would keep-'us In ,the dark as tdtlie outstanding facts of the war and lull us into a sense oC false security.' He didn't want the interest Ih the war to,! wane.' "In tact fab not see any fleeU of a censorship in Canada at all. ,Put the newspapermen oh their honor and disband this staff of highly paid men who do not know the news .value oMhe items they are asked to pass upon, liet actual progress be known. 'The truth wlHsot us free,' " AV, Symonds' attacked the censorship on'the ground that they had made a grand mistake In suppressing the book ot a certain sect much in .the public eye at the present time. The advertising, would be worth .millions ot doUars to the sect and nbtUing'was being done to stop tlielr meetings or the sprfead of their yioious propaiganda. He-declared that the adherehta of this sect were pacifists pure and simple and their so-called revelations were mo-thiiig but � plea for 'peace at any price.' He also wanted the censor to allow us n�w8 al to what the French-Canadians are doing with the Military Service Aci ; Th* M�yQr'a;;R�mark� Mayor Hardie rapped the censorship but he also rapped ,the newsp.apera for not printing the (acts. They were nof bold enough to do ao he said. As ,tot', Bouraaaa, hejbptnght.a stpi^e^ wall and' a firfaiK �(iuad wits' the' p^op^r "^durse for'that"garitl�hian,vbut the French-CanadtaAs would' be' iHrights^t theli-leaders were put In their places. ' ^ aV.A. R. Cocq, a newspaparnian him-slf, cam* back �t' thei Mayor and de- PROSTJlATiON Muf he Ovwcome by Lydia E. PinkhMiti'* Vajetable Compound - Thii Utter Prove� It , West Philadelphia, Pa.-" Dnrinff tha tmrty y�ars I have been married, I nave - bean in bad health and had Mvaralat-tacka of narvous prbatration until it seemed aa if tha ornna In my whole body were worn out. I Was finally persuaded to try Lydi^&Pinkbam'a Vcgctalble Compound and it made a wall womaa of mo; I ean now da all my houaeWorlc'*; ailing woman to try � PHONE 1Z24 BE AGREEABLE "An agreeable person )ij,'ht!) u]) tliR room like 5 lamp. 'tie is tikfl the sliiidfi of a big tree on'ii hot day. "He la like a, drink of soniftthliiK that tinkles In the piti hor wlif-ii you're real thirsty! "He Is like love wliuii j-od'rc lono-some, and when you'r-f- tli-fd, a breozoj when you're stiflliiK, luod whn you're' empty, and money v.i. > ? , > : c !ii traiisterrod to Hlgl,e board - of stewards -.In the. par.%bn6go. Tuesday. 2.30 to 5.00, ladles aid i''At Hofne" Irt the United Church hall. iTuesdayc 8 p.m., the play "The Busy-^ Ladies' Aid" in the church hall. Prayer service at Mr. Robert Kergans, 5tli Ave. The 'United Church hall is being opened on Tuesday, the 19th. St. Cyprians Church.-Wednesday evening, 8, p.m., service; choir practice at,close ot service. Friday evening, 7.3t> p.m., boys club. Saturday afternoon at -2.30, junior auxiliary. A special offering ou Easter Day tor the lot. Women meet at the Red Cross rooms on Thursday at 3'p.m> St. Mary's Church.-Tuesday, 8.30 p.m., teachers meeting.'" Weduesday, 8.00 p.m., evensong and address.j] Thursday, 10.30 p.m.. Holy communion; 8 p.m., O. A.; 8.30 p.m., vestry meeting at rectory, 1224 3rd. Ave. Friday, 8 p.m.. Intercession service; 8.30 p.m., choir practice. Baptist Church-Ti-Monday, 4 " ijliii.', mission band. Tuesday, 8 p.m., exediir ,tive:meeting of the Y.W.A. at the-.p.airr sohage. Wednesday 'evening; prayer meeting. Friday evening, 8. p.m., mission band concert in the chiirch. , Christian Chiirch.--The soolal -;that was to have been held at Mrs-i-Fav--row's on Friday, has been pos'tpibned: Wednesday evening, 8 p.m., prayer meeting at the church. Wednesday afternoon at 2.30, ladies aid at'� chiirch. Thursday evening at S^/ch^r practice. : ' Latter Day Sainta-^Tuesday, a:iviiif,' for Vancouver on Saturday to 'iUM .Mr.s I'arker'a parents for several nionlli.s. .Word w^s rectiivi'd on Satiinla.v that Pto. George Shirley luiH arrived at Hallfai ou his w.-iy lionie, I'to. Shirley enlisted in tlic'l.'ith C. AI. K. with his cousin. Pie Tlius. sflort, who.se death in action occurred ou March 2nd, J. A. CumiiitnK of the firm of Strong �andi"DowIet*>; i' '> : > : ? : SOCIAL EVENTS publle schools of tlu! (fly. .Mrs. IJ, A. Taylor poured tea ami .Mrs. Aliitnvortli I'Ul tho lens while .Mr.-;. .Morgan aattlHt-ed the hostess ami asUeil tlie Kuests to the tea room. � * � Master Allan .Mai-Kay entertained Horae of lll.s hoy I'riends at a birthilHy party on I'rUlay. ^ * * ? : : ? : : > : > ? : : : : �> 0 4 ? CLUBS AND SOCIETIES ? > ? > ? > ; ; ; ? ? The lIlHtory anil C'nrrcnt Kventa dopartmont of the iMalliesi.s : > ? : ? ? : c> : > -� : : ? "MAGGIE" : ? : ; > ? Miss Nfiilsou Terry wn.s greeted by a large uudlencp on Saturday night, and her acting was a I'are treat tor Lethbridge theatre-goers. The firsft act is rather dlsuppointing, but in the second and third tho actyess was sean at her best. The part of the dear old bishoij was exeellently taken. Phyllis Neilson-Terry Is the outstanding actress ot the youneer Jinglish generation and is following closely in the footsteps of her 'illustrious aunt, mien Terry and those of her gifted father and mother. *  � : ? ? * ? > : ?  ' ' " GENERAL '"' ' ^ C- . * : ; : ? ?t*:* : ; ? : You don't need to talk about Alberta needing -.1 baby-aaving campaign," say,s a Toronto i woman, "you can find enough who need help right here in this town. '�\ye' all remdmber the trouble \{.he fiplide had before thoy got the -ftpnieOij to stpp leaving their babies lii. the go-earta outaldu the aloroB, s Well;, r thjnk. they'd better Iodic-iitloi^'the movies next. Just the othe'r day 1'saw-4 little ba.bynot a year old that litid been left In Its go-cart outside' q, movie. It was thawing and the .water was drippiug down on it and found ita "clothing all wet. Not it-and found ith cioniing all wet. Not knowing what. else to do 1 told tho v'oniati ut,-^Jik^ box office, but all.she Sunlight Soap is made (or the housewife's profit, for only thcrieby can the makers hope to profit. Sunlight Soap mtikcs your work lighter, your clothes whiter, your home brighter. It is mild and pure ^nd docs not harm either hands or iabric. nlight Soap dill was t snap out. "It's none of your linsin-'.K-; what a woman don; with lurr-iiv/ii baby!" "Vvhy,, you didn't e.xiieet a vntp of ll'.TnUs. did you?" asked another woman. "I know just how yon felt, for 1 undertook to i-einonstrate with a v,-o-! Man who was dragging a tlireeyeur-old around by one arm In a- crowded store the oilier day and I thought its mother ..voiild inurder jni; on llu-.tpot!" "* *  � .'vir.'?. Isa :\laud llsen. former supci^ ill'("dent of the iiilliiary-Inrlrniar-,- ,>t ifanilliuJi. Out,., � 1 i-. iieen appoi'rrd HonK le.ader. wliose diity II wiu. he* to .siiiiply niusle In hpHpIlals where Ani-ori(,-Hii soldiers whf) have heeti-returned from Euroiio stitferlng wllft shell shock are treated. The appointment was made by Raymond R. FosdleU. ('liairinaii of the eomnilsalons on training c-unip aetivllle.s of-the War and -Navy de|)flrlnicul:i. An o!ntl of the war must wail twelve to eighteen mbriths after. th'> conclusion, as all .ships will l>e taken up with trooiis. It points out.thot there ; Is no footl shortage lu Camiilu. and says every effort will _be iniide to make the trip to Canada safe.. , , The en'gagement is''iahiiounced of 1 Ll.-Col. A. 11. .McUreer. of'Xiomreal,; assistant director ot chaplains In i France, to Ivathleeu.. daughter-of .los-opli Sewards. of Hertford, Eng., for-inerly of Harrogate,- �, - . VAN DE BROCKE The death of the one month old Infant Wllliani, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Van de. Brocke of .Monarch, oecnrred in the city Alareli 18. Tho re^ mains are being forwarded from Fet-terlys undertaking parlors to Monarch, where burial will take place. t MMU, OR STOMACH MISERY FIVE MIN Obituary "Pape's DIapepsin" for Sour -Acid Stomach, i-teartburn. Dyspepsia. MRS. TENNANT On Sunday.Uio.ileath.occurred at the family rqsidenco, 720 19th St. north, of Margaret Teniiant, C2 years old, the beloved wife of James Toiinaut. The deceased leaves to mpiirii her loss besides hor liuslMind, si.v-so'uB: James and William ot Scotland, Robert, John and Thomas of lJ(5.thbi,-jdfed.find .Andrew. In Franceiwith^tJpfe.\Kimes.anil thi-fje daughters;" Mi's.':.WilJla'ni TkVhytc iuiit. Mrs. Harry'Tl'';arrov/ of Lethbridge iind-Mrs. U Hamtnoiidf of'Turin, The funeral .which wiH:bo.-prlvdte,.>Vill be held from the fam.Uy residence totnor-row at thi-ee o'clock. Rev. Mr. Curtis ot the Christian church officiating. Interment win take place in the public cemetery.  . ' MRS. BYERS . After a Iwig and painful^illheBS, Mrs. Susan Uycir^ passed away on Sunday afternoon,-.-at th? residence of her daughter, Mrs. W, Carter,' ItJlS ;jrd Ave. north. She leaves to thoUrn her loss five daughters and two^sohs, Mrs.-W. Carter and Mrs. S. Log''a'ri-of Ueth-bridge, Jlrfe. A. Sprout Of'Coalhurat, Mrs. E, Joyce and Mrs. Booth,of Butte, Montailii, Mr. James Byers'j,bt, Butte, Time it!' In five minutes all atom-aeh distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sounjeas or belching of  gas. acid or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating^ foui breath or headache. -   Pape's � DIapepsin � Is noted for Its opeed in regulating upset, stomachs. It is the surest, quickest- and most certain Indigestioin remedy In the whole world and besides it is .harmless. ' aMlllions of men and women now eat their favorite foods wlUiout-fear-^-Ihey >know-Pape'8 Diapepsln will sa've-them trohi any stoiaach, misery; , Please, for your sake,, get a largo fifty-cent case of Pape's Biapepsin from'any drug store and put your, 'stomach right. Don't ketp on being miserabl^life Is too short-you rare not hero , long, so ..make, .your stay agreeable. Eat what, you like ,snd digest It; enjoy it, without' dread of ' rebellion in the stomach. i Pape's Diapepsln belongs in your' home any way. Should one of -your-fam-  lly eat something which don'.tv:�Kree with them, or iu case of an attack of , ,lndttesti()n, dyspepsia, sastritia or' 'stomacli''dPTangement. at^daytima or during the night,' it Is liandy-to give-the quickest, surest relief knowu.- Advertisement. ' ,'4 M REV. JOHN NEIL RETURNING \ Toronto, Mar. 18.-Rev. John Neil; moderator of file Presbyt�rian church in ,C�itads, reached an Atlantic port yiMtej-day apd wilj leave tomorrow for, l^oiontq, according to a telegram - re-celve4'.l>y Mrs: Nel|. Dr. Nell aa h^B,d of the Presbyterian church,^ent over .sens last November to ..visit the Cana-t diaa trotopH In Bngland and Prance,^. CUT TiNO'S ALLOWANCE Athens, Slur. 18.-The cham-ber'ot deputies Saturday revised the king's civil Hat, makinK. forujenKUJB'-.Conatiintlne'rf MUftV" iowancei BOCOPO'drichiiiag AUaW , redutjirig KdigAlexanderrs'^qlwJtf.  ilBC^to:l,600;000; ;drachina>-'liw-if. gte�d,6tf8;000,000. -�The^Qtt�#S ^ Mpth�r,;;6li�,^.�8'.B:iJbMe�>.3?ia^^  00.0'.:Ui�oJ�ttta'sVa.'-y,ojir.:'.''.-'� 1918 MARCH 1918 SUN. 10 1 MON. 11 18 25 --^ Tl/i?S. WED. 5... -6 m 12 13^ 14 19 20 21 26 27 28 FRI. 1 SAT. 9 1 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30 31 1 K'-^ 1 I. > IheDiatie- ��?��,, T I-.' - ^ Hurry!  You want tKat particulair ]ol>ii| put right away. You. wptritVitij nicely printed and you waiit it^j  .quick. ^ w�^4��iiilfliflHi!'- . �� li you would be thorougKly satr . isfied to take-il^ to: a printing house that has a r; reputation fQi',' reliabilily and good work, f^. / \ , .We believerin/domg work promptly and a httlc/"'''" ' better than seenis-necessary.' ,'' ^ , The Herald Job Dept.. " i!-Phone 1252 05827620 16726612 ;