Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
wednesday. march 20; 191r TMK LKTirBHTS-n;; DULY MKRATX) pare eleven MILADI PHONE 1224 NEW VERSION OF "MY ROSARY." The hours 1 spent on I hot;, clour nock, Are ,'i.s a string or purls to mn, I rmiiil. them o'er by tin; weary clock, My hosiery, my hosiery. First two 1 knit, then two I purl, And round the log I slowly reel; Now joyful puims to tho heavens I hurl, I've turned the heel; Dli. knotted ends that .scratch and burn, Oil, stitch that dropped, uneven * how- I kiss eueh blight and strive at last to learn 1 To reach tho too, .sweetheart, to reach tho toe. ' � * ! * : PERSONAL. : * * > * * : ft 4 * CLUBS AND SOCIETIES * * :-1 * : : .'�' i The regular monthly .meeting of; the ] Sir Alexander Gait, chapter, I. O. .1). | t'iil....^yill .ho held '^tomorrow afternoon ! j at three b'tdoelc sharl)tit Knox sc.Hoo!-room. ;.� ' '�'' *i;> v ' . St. Patrick's ' ladies' ai^iTill hold; a' social evening on* April' 3rd in the Conservatory of-Music hall......\ * 'I'ho Next-of-Kin will -sew at the Rod Cross rooms tonight. * : : > * * WOMEN COMING INTO >! * THEIR OWN IN NEW YORK * . : : : * o : * : ? * >\ : : � a j Women voted for the first time in . elections held yesterday in many vill-' ages of New York: In several instances ; they polled nearly as heavy a vote as , the men. t i A woman appeared ahiong the con-, testants for office iri Fort Plain, ' where Anna Waters, a Democrat, was ; ejected collector. She was the ,only : member of her party who blocked tho \ Republicans from making b clean j sweep. . I In Hempstead women brought about j defeat of all the present officials. The | first vote was cast by t woman who; stood'in line for t.wo hours and direct- j ly behind her came another woman \ who was 86 years old. * * � t \ '�**��; * GENERAL > * > (..> >>> "Lowly living and lofty thought!" In Ottawa they have formed a new club that promises to be popu- : lar. Perhaps it grew out of all tiie economy and conservation talk at i the late conferences, who knows?! 1 CyOING-1 GOING!! GONE Hi teiC^*^.'-.' ^jllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllg I SUITS . | I DRESSES j | COATS (Spring) I 1 WAISTS | I SKIRTS . | | SHOES 1 | MEN'S WEAR j I BOYS'WEAR I E T = S ^iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiirH That t.orii^ht (Wednesday) is the occasion of our formal tlnprececJenied efforts on our part have been ei.ovted to ensure this being an event ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE in, the annals of Lethbridge. Spring w^l be typified by a most charming presentation, and the whole store will reflect the spirit of the season. Although particular emphasis naturally pertains to the display of the most exclusive novelties m | SILKS J WASH GOODS | DRESS GOODS | GLOVES J LACES | RIBBONS 1 CURTAINS | DRAPES J simminmiiimiiiiiimniiiimiimiiniiiimmimmmm � nil11 aiiiiiiimiimiiiMimiiiMiiimjiiiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiipn | MUSIC AND | | REFRESHMENTS 1 fliiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiZ] from all the principal fashion centres,'all our other departments have vied in their efforts to ensure this being the most novel and successful opening we have ever helc bv bringing out and displaying to the best advantagel.the MOST BEAUTIFUL CRJi-- AT40NS theyTiave in their stocks. We invite you to attend this gathering of fashions tonight, and learn what Madam Fa-hion has decreed is correct for vveav-''v? spring and summer of 1918. UERPICPEWILLJAVETT H5RPICI5E WILL WE IT TOO LATE FOR. HERPI&DE IS YOUR HAIR SUPPING? The presence of dandruff and falling hair conveys a warning which it is best to heed. At first the loss of hair may be so slight as to be hardly noticeable. But no matter how little may be the fall each duy. it ia working toward the same and inevitable result, and that is total baldness. You mav have hair enough today, but how aliout tomorrow and the day after? � Dandruff and falling hair mean baldness'sooner or 'ater and demand the immediate regular nnd energeticuegof Mewbro's lierpicide. It. keeps the .seal]) free from dirt and dandruff and allows the hair to grow abundantly and' naturally. By thi3 means total incurable baldness- in;ty be prevented. Herpicide df,es not stain or dye and has a most exquisite fragrance which ,_______.....________________ makes it especially pleasing to the | bnroe'r shopq.andi)capfy"pVriorsT SPECIAL AGENTS-J. 6. MIQ'iNBOTHAM & CO.. LTD ladies. It stops itching almost instantly. You may be told that, there arm remedies ,fjust as good as Herpicide.'' You cannot afford to take chances with n6r can vou expect to obtain results from ''an off brand" article. Insist on having genuine Herpicide, the Original Uerm-Kemedy for Dandruff. Yoo can get a sample of this, delightful hair dressing and a booklet on tho care of the liair by sending ten cents in nilvcr or postage to The Herpicide Co., Dept. S, Detroit, Mich. Try Herpicide once and you will never be without, it. . Sold everywhere' in 60'cent and $1.00 sines and guaranteed to give satisfaction or money "refunded. Applications obtained at the better Anyway. It seems to have considerable "pep'' in it, and knows Its aims land object all right. Its unnounce-I nient readB: I ,"Tho Bread anil Milk Club is J ready lor more members. All fat, (lushed adults who are doing their I best to boost the high cost of liv-; ing especially welcomed. Tho club : mRkps no boneg about the fact that .' Us 'fondest desire is to hit the ! butcher a hard whack, and help the eornmeal man get the uplift due him at this stage of the game. ! "To the over-nourished, near-invalid who slitters from distention of the stoniHCh, distress from g.is, � Indigestion, liver complaint, bilinits-i ness, acidity, dyspepsia, fermentation,.* dull, tired feeling after meals, the club doom nro wide open. It is : particularly anxious to receive applications from fat. flushed people. There are several rules, but until yon are a member you only neejl to know one, which is that each .Monday. Wednesday and Satiij'dfiy the menVbc.rs eat nothing hut ernclT-ors and niillc, or better still, tho wholesome Old-fashioned bi'ttad CBd milk." 4 # * Apvte packing classes at Vancouver . have been in progress for some time, j At the completion of the course examinations are held and diplomas crante.l. The executive of the Calgary Next-of-KIn Association enterlaine/l at luncheon for Miss Roberta McAdams, M. L.A.. at the Hudson's Bay. Following tho luncheon .Miss McAdams gave, a very appropriate and inspiring a.n.ress on the necessity at this lime of greater harmony among members of women's organizations and the need for the co-operative spirit to the solution of (ho many and great problems which the war .has thrust upon tall alike. Socially'the function was most delightful tind Miss McAdajns' coming to Calgary at this time quite opportune * PLACES IN THE SUN. .).") nwd-*�ie refuses ui reveal her age. liy the way. how old are Trotzky and l.eiiine? It. does not occur to us to be interested In that fact, but very likely h has tremendously important , bearing on their conduct as administrators. Heyontl the feeling that they are. old enough to know bolter, wo have conducted no research. We apologize. However, all the efforts of the gentlemen of the press have not been unavailing. For Instance, there seems lo be no doubt iljat. she Is. legally divorced from Koilontay, whose name she has borne for a- decade or so. She does not tbelieve in "marriage, according to tiie Sw.is.s. dallies, which know her well --clove!- thpi,"-' On-yearns to know what she thinks of the theory of t.'ne fourth' uiiiiciision and whether she uses sail or sugar on her .:,rai>e;n,jt ,,f :i morning. Oh, why do (hoy not toil us'.' This suspense is horrible! Hut let '�.>' press on. Madame emerges in the character sketches of lhe Swiss dailies ay a temperamental brunette. Courage, sis legs-,! She might have been a blonde, what wile so much blonde being' worn this season. The Lausanne daily goes so far as to say that to her audience she often seems on the verge of hysteric.;. ?\Vv has the witch's eye, as the Ital- ians say a large, open, dark and flashing eye. emitting .something like a spark in moments of excitement. The brows are perfectly penciled and the lashes hang over heavily with etfeels almost Oriental. The abundant and chestnut hair is well combed. She is of a very elegant figure, despite a tendency to embonpoint, corrected, we are satisfyingly assured, by a comprehension of the art of 'fie eorsetiere. All her linfls are elegant, like her [vestures, and no Parlsienne ever fitted herself with skirts more clinging than lhe Kollontay's. > Here Is where we hasten over to lhe. legislative hulls. Too Jong have, we tarried. Any time now tho do-voted electorate may know that we are well, serving (hem t'ircumseribe-od" only by the. law of gravitation anil by the fact thai our wfn;;s' are not serviceable, yet-we can't think why, eilhe:--wi< will lean far nut over lh". gallery ra.ll. Ue! unnlnedly piercing the gloom, we will discover what sort of lies our honorable members affect aiu\ on which side they part their Hair. To think that'we have, so long neglected fhese vital details'. Chagrined, apprehensive and yet full , of excitement as lhe adventure opens' before ns, wo awail result,* breaUl-leaslv.