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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada Seances Attract Relatives pr ol BaUkftld-A Sample Seance .H or, Mill ami German Dodor. n_lly JEAN' FKUHAU limllol number of iile lire ordinarily In Iprcsl terested splrllualLsm. I from Jolni. ai'knoivledeed recipient huni'ily. -1 ofll-n hear (rum him." .irns you to to theosopby cr kll.ilreJ cults cf an occult read the invitation 10 the se.-inee. "bul so many of friends and relatives have fallen on "me battlefields that tlu-lr surviving Millions anxious tc come lino communlcitlor. wilh IM spirits of those called lo thf worUs bfyon.l." There Is a I'sy.'llleal BrsMirh ?o- clely In Toronto, bill If the seeklns knowledge It Eives the iin- presslon of L-etMOii .he deep se.T nnd the devil, with ivn-IliiB up Its and at the ,hp nvolil Ihe crude iilteinions ol 'hf 1 u- lice neparlmenl. So H ilot-sn I I __ up Us voice. The research- ers nren't llko the apostles. "sloiymFj in tribulr.llon." jtrouMe to know -M." vou must Broach the re- ind sho >oi leirchers with M the .te.-iHh ot r, our tr.uble. Dot Detective. We di.ln'l know tr.13 on Saturday nlcht. so we l.unsjltd In wllli our usual careless srace, aim now we are afraid to go back. About fifty men nnd women 511 in 1 :i fall, and a sick bed." Then arms vaguely Inbuilt her- -Therc -ire to many all about me." I she nuiniiure'l, "wanll'ig to Her lifcalne fixi'.l Blrl In the front Ct the lodge roon: some on chair? about the sides, and almost all of them listening, loo Intently ne diverted by the advent of new to the small Irish medium who nddreoed them- I .Some listened with the IraniinE In-1 tensity of the Hlshland Cell when mind turns from engineering to the occult: some with flushed cheeks, "haggard with dlaease, huns on lier words as the brealh of the life that -remed so soon. to.leave tliem and J_-J nnrl IhfH tO CAN ADA WOMEN TAKE UPJENCING Dressed In Gymnasium Suits and Armed Wiili Foils, They Bailie Ferociously.- WOF, TO THE GERMANS Who Run Across Their Their Instructor a Vcicraii of Lord Roberis' Army. have :i baby sister i'He begun 1 prumplly III maiden. I there is a I'alw con- the then turned a Depended on German Doctor insistent noie in the seance O" was the childiali of Ihi- dramatic by the innllum. uho would appear to stumbic over u surh simple words as "illuminated" and "erroneous" and ask coaxinsli' "Is thai saying "I don'l like those hard words." seemed lo be Thai she was being -controlled" [by a child In the spirit world who Stalked through her, Mil one hated I to think of what Ihe educational sl.imlsrd of the ipiru world must he. When Ihe "Questions" of Ihe I evening arrived It was Interesting to note the dependence placed bv the medium on a certain Herman doctor multered, "now and then to -them- Home listeners smiled cyni- cally at everybody whose eye lliey _........------- could catch, so thai nobody would h. u ,ras nice .to know Ihat think thev Ihe thins seriously. then there the, sentimental "feminine listeners in sealskins, who later held each other's hands, called cvcrvbody and cooed over -little n chlld- opirit who had over" some years before, but had not changed in any way- The Irish Mediian T1IK medium. Eliorl and while- Haired, with prominent eyes and a -arseous Hibernian accent, was explaining 'some of the difficulties "encountered by mediums- People .should evolve their own mediumlstic rowers, said she. then the modi urns would not have to bear the Ig In. the spirit world. There was Irish doctor mentioned ill times, but the Germ-in doctor seemed'to stand U iva-s nice .to know Ihat there is one German trying; to mike himself useful, even If he Is. like the one sood Indian. :i dead one. is my broiherT' asked -Oman's voice-that question that Is away the slrenF.ll. raans Canadian women to-ilay. The m-dlum closed her eyes. sol no she" replied. Then she continued. "Is he in a sol- dler's "Ves." answered Ihe questioner. New Fashions Puzzle Gof ham Windows, Full of Spring of Maiiy Arcw Designs. HIDEOUS. STARTLING Afe lor SiinimeTand Sporl- "I No Private Seances ask t'ne Gorman doctor.' A Para- jofs'u-nj Hals, BI-'BEATOICK T !i already York. }allLc.iigh the- Inci-iUible winds hweepins up from the Hudson anil the I-lisi Ili'ver nnd cddyinf? around the tall buildings with hurri- cane force mak'e: you remember that siiii Slarch. Hut on the Y1L.U said the medium; 'No. 1 will It street tie flower boys are i' great trays of violets arid i said Ihe medium; i win sreal irays of violels and asS Ihe Irish Joclor. He goes every- in lliere are men where over'the battlefields to cay-colored balloons, and r news for the people at home. ask him." man would be his own clairvoyant o c-lirnvudlent, as the case might be. I hlm 5ne smiled and "Use your common she dc- 1 buses seem top-heavy with the 'number of people who have climbed se claimed- "Don't make the maydlum do all your warrk for you. Don't CO 50 much lo the Ihe-iytera. Stay at home and cultlvale-your finer Ein- slbiVlles- -.yju to know will your soni come back lo you. Ot coiirSB they'll come' luck, on' they won't be.aUe.1.6 lalt to you and you'll have UTcaU maydlum because vour'common Elnse." Th'en she said some nasty things onr anceators and shattered She closed her eyes and apparently (above to be in the tunshln naked him. then she smiled and said. "He will Iry and iind out for The Whoforgave The Firs! a Scries Exper- iences a Cross Worker- ill AX you'tell mo who keeps the little store.ncil doorV" By ET11E1, guard." Tl-.o wonlB rang out with military me- V-' cislon I hesitated, wondered wbelber 1 hid stopped ftt he wrong door, but on looking al ho number I found milled wllli llio one on llio visiting card'i held in my Imnd. Timidly t knocked. No response bul u tlnali of ulccl. Hliarl) ciMninnnd.i were given, and ftnnlly "llcst" nua followed by "Very good, ladles." My courage returning. knocked ItoMly the- hccond tlrni'. Tho door flew open anj lllc leader of tho club with a foil In' tier hand lookncl out. 'Oil, come uhe crleil, "don't bo frightened." she Inushlngly. con- long us you're not a Ger- man." "llut-you all look no replied nervously, as I entered llio spacious -gymnasium, whore fi pany ot Toronto women, dud In gymnastic suits and-.armed'with foils, aivnllc.l me. Even a Prussian would hesl- I'lidded as ihe BlllnlnK row of blades thM'. ap- pearance. crlcir'Jhc; 'leader. she wcni-.on, 'iwc, nrtf le.ini- lo-defeml what the linn likes ilie least of She a quick-pass will, her weapon, so I made a hurried a safe position, where 1 mlpht. without urm- 1 if watch their mock'duels. Out first .Uielr; ln.ilriic.Jor, Hi.' -rcy.haired sergeant! was IntroJuccJ. Ills riBhtiiiK .Iny.-i'are i askeO.: I found iL-nn uilvanUfiC to know the namo of- tho'party, upon whom I Inlenilod lo .call- file directory did oercil. and once not always help liie'in.that respect. RCarred vcler.m i'o I lia'il'lo Bet the information from fisht when the mother sourer.' .Fortunately officialdom vho were: willing' lo rliclp ihe. Jlett.appeals. 11.1 can SEC the Indomiui'nle spirit flajli- ins In the keen' eyoi as he'tells of. that memorable march to Kandahar.; ivl'h Hie lale Karl .Vlobcrls...-. I meilals silently tell of services rcn- aguln this 'baltlf- rhVn'thc present ,Var broke all SW, No, Worn, n "How Is my asked an- other woman. I get no responded the medium. "He had a bad cold when ho wrote volunteered the trustful ques [loner i: i return lic'iilnfe'h'afi'-an uncbniiuer.iljle my ld she I rcmcmhcred have b-en loose and graceful. an.l having generally a narroivj rasli cr loose belt. Many of lliem arc em- broiderrd nroMnd the edBes of Ihe. coals, vthile the more strictly tailored ones arc often bound with a narrow Bilk brai.l. A ilnrk bll.e Babardine ,lrtss was oddly allnclive with od-pockcls on clllicr side run While satin 1 wilh the ctlijes are more MIC rciilicd: than the oresses inuv m. 'in another winnow Into Ions poinls tlial f.nisb. betfi the new oval skirl, very narrow at the foot and swcllinR oul .about the little medium eaeer for a atove; then there IB Ihe fulfilled-'" L.ord tU5 mortal whose husl- sWrt which has the same We didn't think our ancestors were shc lalo. a vcrsonai that kind ot people. Hut we certain- occrte e U-, t neller ly never eot any message that nlcht. nlthouch the; were delivered all about us, and once we started rmhy lucrt. mistake to taVe one Intcnaed for Ihe i enr inlerest In one's Innivl.lual case. I; BO comforting lo have anybody inlic one seriously, even It is bar- crc. earnest doubls lady behind It jt, about and Elncerely ranted rt chance to ihresn Ihc mat- effect uul'.ii eminently mure grace- rul: the sliirt'lhat Is all ....I. U U ,h ind-il seems as oats, dress or hafcolllO strlkln? lhan yet of these there Fcem to any number. The jersey suit seems to be as popu- lar as ever, of allk jersey being Leaded or heavily embroidered; a while silk Jersey suit belted In with n very deep sash was very unusual with a heavy design of blue beads. 'In the sime window was a fascln-1 ating tcarlct silk smock within Chin-1 esc design embroidered on It to be worn with a white salin skirt that I was conspicuous Jor Ibc s Y proceeded to. explain thai there the smiling" face reason In llir, world ihat I killed In the ba knew of. when she Inlerrup cd me by asking. "Has yo.ur husband Hie o'verecas Ealil, "lie Is loo old and physically unfit." "He has be'en rejected Ihree limes'" she man's joined, ami 10 what h sh.'tli? Hi have ess or hacoll was con is dress was hlch- -pocKet.-. Another blue smock Ha skirl nnrl a hrave Tc.n s..y for disappointment after blushing and getting all thrilled up. The Answers You Get -i iiie "phenomena" part of VV Ihe evening began the me- dium talked verj' rapidly, frcmienl- ly eloping btr eyes.'. cr out In private with a genuine me- dium. so we approached timidly. waltlnB In the backcround until the more favored had concluded. you be willlnR to around and' straight In loose ousiy 1, tons, '.he pleateJ skirt or the one [jnlshcrt thr.l Is slralpht and narrow. So It seems as if you could follow your owr, and wear what you choose more than ever before and still fol- low the dictates of fashion. Sliaighl Sail Preferred ilirecl from N'cw n CK In ns a ously lower at the back, where It lar. i lit vj e.-i.' i .'That yonns man there." SAH shejmeekly. private we n.ue-ilioncd by any touch of no lar. ,Ueii roll collar. dresses are anil pail-over sweaters .lo. Kmncks tliat hav ln Blips to nnOer llicm arc Hnl f there ...i un- .oln, to be poru- by any cr frills brim: used lo rel.eve tbe severity. C'cst la Hut Coats Appear Like Capes -UIB long wrap coata are cut lo appear HVc capes. Iho sleeves cleverly conccalc.l amone the Mie made liiy'llfe :i hell. Mil ,c would take the bst lenient..t. Tnterestlns U. was to fee the work women could .lo with llio folK no bread In. the louse tllcrC nV Ko'r drink he wo'lllil sell Ibc from under me. The things i w wllli tn'v own banl-carncd n "nly -or nwl lo nothing I forgive him all." she continued for hi, o hav oval sWrt Is I Pnris. and the an ere. SA ,t the cj-nlM. who "No, we never do that returned L "rr one Immediately lookc? verj- ..tern and the medium sternly, except to .-elf.con.cious. "Vou have a brother bers of the society. named George, who has ovr-7.-1 "Well- is Tile younE man firmlr ilcniei woMl.l. _ (.cnrsc -.-I never rfcommfnd anihwly. dot-s not as yt-t n rllnefl towards It, sli.iishl-hanclng skirt for h-r who much In- preferring the rind the nannlcrctl lighter malcrialF. The silks that ar'.- to 1 for the lone-misled effect, the deep open 'nin-clc-il nnrt ono liftd to WC the alert nl'l Ibc time. _ Slrenuous, Bul Fascinating T UBS Ihe lesson was finished I asked the leader bow fhv 'time for this inversion, wllli her numerous duties. "All work d no play makes .lacK a riuil c aptly replied. "It h so fnrcmal- S that we forget .our worries .for Some roat and Is These rlll morc an ord.nary top A who <1 larsely take the lvllll ,nrs5 collars, of a.con- anything so ____ FFTST' Don-l yo-J help ilran-li-vrr seen, or flower like an only far more with summer rtrfss 1 llful vivi'lly any you have returnc'l Ibc in-ly in "not Ihty arc Uio Irish rtnrlor In5plrefl Ihat reply we P-ivc. up the quest for time 'udns anJ rfe- dca'.cn of How-j sash to bo clrcu-n- irnXt 110-1 is to bt yellow firstly Wilh a. frin; with a full- chine s'nlrt, Did He Squall? Chnrles. I, hail of a U The altninlli-e of a window filial thcso si like aomtlhinp rccn In a ylvlnc Onp coal 1 1TTI.B baby brother. Tbe first line he fls.iw the new arrival rhnrlta uil v rom rrlppl'-d "n n wor n wnrX for him. wcrk tlie flesh o mv bnnil" for him. Me Is my mn uil ot hln.'- tbe linlUlfillion of her faiM, In oncwho .lejpltc bis many I liUiUsi ncwho .ej ravins Kracr of coulee. I 1 ll (orpnllfn. ITc li nc KicrKIcc, if klnOly inrmo r.Ich'rrftro. inn avenue has at leasl one win- you cffr HIM "rCS''' C' achfd the (Irsl wc Crih A-rnhanlt specially ,v attention. "She was my pnnjl L', rcinnrkccl Ihe pcr- 'anirroiMly. "and a splendid frnm- wllhnl" The piofrsspllr ,1 mi-nni.- ncnclnc maslcrl 01 Ihc could they mm a hnur in- ;