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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VVKOXKSOAY, MAUCU 2li, W'J J'AGK KLEVES MILADI FMOMC r v THE LOOKING GLASS (A Halted> 4 Queen Btss uas Hurry's daugU- daughter." Ttie'injeeii urss in her chamber, and Uia was middling old, Her petticoat 'was satin. arM her stomacher gold; Backwards anil forwards and aide- did Eho her mind io fact Lho cruel The cruel looking-glass. That iierer shoiv ;i 1239 AG comely, or as kindly, or es young aa onc'u fiho was. The que'.-u vras in iicr a-conib- iiiK of lier hair; There came Quesn -Mary's ami it stood behind lier chatr, "Jlackwards and forwards auil siilc ways may you But I v.'ill stand behind.you till you faco tho lookijig-glaBs, Thu i-ruel a FS, 'Flsat Yi'ill'never sliow a lass As lovely, or unlucky, or aa lone- ly as I was." Tlift queen was in lii'f chamber, a- weeping very sore, tamo Lticestcr'a spirit, and U acratcikd uixm the dcor. Slugiugi "Backwards and forwards ami; sideways may you pass, llul 1 ulll walk beaide you till you face Iho loofcltiK-s'ass, The cruel looXlng-glass, Ttat will sever ?How a lass As hard ami- unforgiving, or as wicked as 1 was." Tiio iiuveii was Ui her sius were on her head, looked the spirits up and and ttatcIHy she "Backwards and forwards and stile- ways Iho' I've teen, Vel I am Harry's and am EnfflamTs And Brie faced thfc and whatever else ilicrp was, And sho 63w tier tiny was. oyer, and she saw her-beauty.pate, Iu Uio cruyl can hurt a-lass More hard than anj Xbost there is. any man tbere was. Kipliug. A v v v v PERSONAL U v v v v v -t Mr. ami Mrs, W. Smart are visitors In N'elson, II.C. Tfcc many friends of Airs. A. lied- liintl will bo sorry io leatn lhat she is in HID Uall Hofipital vltli Lieut. AV. Patterson, who been visiting in the east, liss returned to the cHy, Miss Gcoglicge'ti bas left far j where her inarriage wiil take place shortly. Mrs. W. S. KairfieM, who has lieefi ill wilii influenza, has taken a change for the belter is uowr doing well. Mire M. Kane, who recently left to visit in. Vancouver, Uas accepted a. jrosilion there and will remain iu Lhat cily for the present. and Mrs. 0. b. Curtis-arid laat- SCHOOL GIBL TELLS OTHERS How iney Tlud Relief Fron Periodic SuffenMt. N. I yeart tnoath for two I bid tucb that I would often feint end to frcttool. 1 bad mch pain I did not know what to do with my- self and triad so 1J- Hruce Walker Expects Thous- ands of American runners To Settle in March renjedtes weru of no use. I read about E. table ID oewepapt-ra and decided tt> try Ut and that t> bow .of raited Status will Ue J f-aloJ in vest cm C.Ui'J'31 bml now held by speculators and by large 1 land fompanin. if ylaniovern- merit would distribute inquiries from prospective settlers to secre- taries. Should (lie inquiry for laud In Saskatchewan, It woiiM 1m scut to the secretary at llcg.na, Is YOUR BLOOD STARVING FOR WANT OF RON? WteShwM bon Red Blood to Put Strength and Men and into the Cheeiuof Wojaen, Whr NazAted tron ,chy. better than_l lo. 1 hejrot i Jlr w, jn; ko' Co Vegtlibk Bound mix Ircm natavj roou ir.tl Wrbs' lo narcotic or llrmlul provi druga, Oierefore b a pcrfzttly saterem- with edv U> riv- your daugliter, who suffers 1 uient friii] web psirtul periods f. did Miss prospeclivc settlers lo Mulio. mm wnla LjdiaE. PinkhMn Msdions! Co., Lynn, MEM, 'or is fron their 40 y rIrs experience OiJJ htveasloreof hslpful. j nn arranBoraent will be effective eo i he i.-an be turned uver to an ily liavf left for Hillsboro. Oreson. utheT camr'ny'ar inJiviclnal. Land; having 'ocen calloil the ill- wm listed at Hied prices anil llic uess ol -Mrs. Curtis' moilier. They nature the country nnd the tontis will lie gone lor an Indeficite period. 1 Of Kile will be set forth. Any lunci- i owner may become n inesabcr and list Mrs. Reed, her daughter and younK bis land for sak-. son, of Kelowna, H.C., formerly of jlr walker, when linislieil here, Edschill, Alto., arc visiting irlends-iu proceed to Saskatchewan auil A! i the city. (jejla to arrange for fornialion of or- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 'l O There wiU be no meetipg of the Home N'ursing class tills The superintendent ol the Nursing acknowledges thauijs thu receipt of 53, the proceeds of a concert given by several youns girls ot liie city, who wish it !_o be in buying comforts tor those EUtfer- inE 'from influenza. The Girls who took part in this VOTT commendable PAHIS. Jlarcli (Cable fron rtt ntorinc nutm X tic I'.eat IBUTX the _d M vnUt v Ccnlwy ta I iron b UK nt to M mooih bvt it nMM Tmtr ekwj not of the per day ajtcr f or t Tohelp rov enterrrise wero Misses Jean ellinS rail lo Lille antl from lncr Marguerite Hill, Myrtle Leech, Mary automobile across the frontier lo MacLeod, Olive Leech. Kathleen Hes- -TpdoiGne, where Ihe headguarters are ARRIVING EVERY DAY Making up a selection' which for variety of choice has never before been shewn in this cily. Tweeds Are Very. Popular This Season in Both SUITS and COATS Shown now in wonderfully attractive Kaster styles; and where a combination of service and smartness is desired lor everyday practical wear we recommend to your atlentlou ihese garmenta of tweed. TWEED COATS io Swell nevs' styles, many of which are just to hand this week. N'ew full b.irks ivJiJi ,or y'Hliout belts front. Very rich, good looking V-veeds in mixtures o( green, fawn, etc. Vouug ladies, regular and large sires. THAT EXCLUSIVE CHARM WE CALL STYLE Is nothing more than a correctly poised body induced -by a correctly designed and tilled corset. GOSSARD CORSETS ARE CORRECTLY DESIGN-- ED AND WE HAVE A CORSETERE WHO CAfl., FIT YOU PROPERLY WITH THE MODEL'BEST SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE. Models for slight, medium and stout figures .at a price to suit every purse. CLARKE CO. 614 3rd Ave. S, Lethbridge TWEED SUITS to Very bandsptne atylea in beauti- fully plain tailored or aeml-loosft belied effects, pretty ruUtures of greys, LroMtis, fawns, greens, elaborately trimmed with buttons, SinaH add largo sties. Our Button MacUae Has We are noir. In a posUIon to execute your orders for buttons in all sizes with 'oval tops in Ihe kinds or Kitli ivory rims. v BRING IN YOUR MATERIAL SwMter in Complete New Variety. A slock featuring 'most'beautiful 'and dressy ments. A Wool Puli-Overs with and with Vut sleeves to I10JXJ Silk 116.50 to Silk or Wool Sweater to and Adalr Simpson. 'The Dominion RebeXah Ltidsc, Xo. 41, will meet in tlie I. O. 0. K. liall Thursday evening at S when the'degre'e will be1 Visiting Rebekahs "welcome.'! located. On the following morning j they visited Louvain. which was de- strayed fcy the German soldiers in Uie early Biontiis-of the war, after which the ministers attended the sports of the Canadian corps in Brus- sels. At the the sports Sir The Skekinab Chapter will nol meet Robert Horden distributed the priies. on Wednesdjy trends oa accouct of C. J. Doherly, minister of Jus- tice, during the afternoon went to The Christian Science Society, Hull scribed their names at the palace, batiWlLL TRY To SEIZE: did not, however, have an opportunity! of an audience with King Albert, who was absent on a visit to the French and United States armies. After returning to Lille, the Can- adian ministers qrj 'the 'foHowfngfday visited historic battlefields at Ypres. St. Julien, Pasachendaele and Messlnes. After stopping at Camblaln 1'Abbe, which was an important point winch is a'short dtsfance from on the Canadian lines of comnnunica- Brussels, amt called upon "Cardinal ________ ___ Block, will meet tonight at S for the -Mercier, whose heroic .spirit liro, Cnlto Uc 'maSiUsl. aot SteeOt UU. ouU la tto wna tern, uttv b tk j mai tU il proKr bra. NmUd tahc wbat qtiiw l4aie tu-1 I MOT ut: iyix FOR SALE BY J. 0. HI5INBOTHAM 4 CO., LTD. tf jm IM v---------------------- J-n 1r Jim 11 f AadrntnlrMtMmctDrjrmaltitoVTerypv- loltmriTic tcsl: fcoir laaj TWU CM efcMn br will jroai ft of bow ii djapMNd bj all weekly testimony meeting. The Women's Missionary Sociely c-C out tbc war did so much to sustain the Belgian neoyle. Cardinal Mercier greatly appreciated Ihe visit and in- lion tiro "years ago, they visited on the folloi and day Cambrai, With aiming.to seiw the portion-of PART AUSTRIAN FCEET lormw AuMrlaa held by ,tbe JnsoSlavs. -V: PAKIS, 'March SS.-i-RepotU: hive reached the peace conference' (erjjlied troops will be linded at Spi- Uto.'pn the DalraaUan, boast, of disorders that hare occurred tbere and for fear that grarer troubles may arise. The Hungarians are reported to be trying to spread BoMwrisn to tbat part of the Adriatic coast iriiich Ihey; controlled the downfall of Lens, .Vimy, Arras, as. well as maoy The Hungarians are credited PROTECT NATIONS AGAINST INFLUX OF FOREIGN LABOR PARIS, Jlarch An Unit amMnlmCTt to protect uttotu attinst the intloi of'fofelcn labor ni adopt- ed today by the league of naUonz oomfflisskjo--. It sftirnw the rlcVi of any country ia the tetgm to control matters solely 'niUwn doraeatic dlction. Wesley church will have a special open formed Ihe minister of Justice that he meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 intends shortly to visit the United In tha pnrlors of Ihe church. A spo-j States and Canada. cial program been provided which j1 Tlie Canadian ministers olso in- will he followed by a social hour. Ai ellver offering will be received. All ladles o? the church and their friends are invited. QRIP, 1KFLBENZA The Festival as. usual tonight in Kaoi" church. The concert is postponed for at teast ,n week. Those people who have bonfilit tickets are .requested to keep and them on new dale when announced. i