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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY,-MARCH 30, 1918 YHE LETHBRFDnR DAILT* HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN pRENCHCONFIDENT flny"Aff,e�nb6n'j>awdft-.a'rc8olwtiori; \u " '-.;  �. . � i- � oltlofr'And tlm;soidlers^ homage, ad-mirations fertttlfu'rtd'Mdj- 'unutterable confidence." ': � � �� .,..... ','J0 KILOMETEfr-PRpNT '..^ Paris, itftr. jio.-^Tho b^fi.'whicU was resumed *Wllh ronoWsfevldlenc'ci during the nlght^is' progressing" on .a frdnl forty kllomctriiH. rabftul n �mile's) from*Moroiill to beyond' Lao-igny.. :> .,. ;, :f; The food drinfc without^ Made of high grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by, a p e r fe c t mechanicali process, without the use. of chemicals, it is ^absolutely pure and wholef some, and its flavor is deli-cious, the natural flavor:of ,the cocoa bean., T?he genuine bears this trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited. Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass.'' " �uaisTtMD T�ot.M�i,r: Established 1780 � EARLY 8PRING Once more" tho lienvonly power Mates nil things now',....... And domes tlio redplow'd hills , With loving .blue! Tho blackbirds have their wills', �� Tho throHtles, too. ... Doforo thorn shower, > � And bursts the buds, . ' t And siilno tho level lunds, And flash tho floodr; The stars lire from their' hands .1 "� flung thro' tho woods. Tho woods with llvtng^iirs How softly funn'd -� Light (ilrB from where \he' deep. All down tht; sand. Is breathing In his sleep; ''Hoard by the land. , '. . 0 heart, look down and up '; Serone, secure, , ' >''� Warm ns tho croour, cup, Like snowdrops, 'jure! ^ Tennyson. - : PERSONAL � " . > > : : : : : : : : * : : : * Mrs. P. Hamilton Mewburn and Lt.-Arthur Afowburn, have arrived in Canada from Englnnd. Mrs. Hast' Ings Mewhurn, who was to have accompanied them, remained in England.  * * Miss Phyllis Hlginbotham, who fins' been training at tho John Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, lias completed ler three years' course and received tho degree of G. N.  *  Sorgt. Eddie Pattoson, who left � SOCIAL EVENTS * t> ' bavins, been trained personally b'y"Ur Wm. ;M, Scholl, the famous foot authority; Ho will dejronstrato that TKereisc MScholl AppliiomorRom^R^E\crtjFbotTiotdjlc and will- prove to you, on your own feet, that corns, bunion.!, callouses, weak arches, flat foct, hurting feet, etc., are-_ unnecessary. Kxaminatlcm� and advice is free. Everybody .welcome. .Bbsure to come in and lot him" show you- tho way to absolute foot-  comfort. . � ....' Supports  *jtHevwealtened arch, ..hyages' the '.weiglit. Worn'- In;" your "ordinary shoos.'Improves their looks. W. J. NELSON & CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING LETHBRIDGE Lethhridgn In'^SiriihI, 1H14, with U.,' MaKratli OodWfn, Ik bnnh  In Canada and Is now fn-Kdii/o/it/di wj111.J;In .father, Copt.. T.' K. I'atinson.  * * Capt. K. C. ,MiicK�'ii7lo ' I'oft' on Tliursday night'for CallfomiHv  - � . Miss I-VanceSiiPorti'i- is In How Island for tho fixator wdk-end. Mrs. Harold Tsmr. mid-little..datigli-ler, Dixie, are BJJfciidiiu; the.week-end In ClurcHhohn. , ' -.......... . Mrs. Wm. Cloary and daughter HI-Icon, accnmpanlaB- liv-Miss- -Allmrta .Audett, left'on Thursday to spend the KoHtor liolidays ai tjoleniai) ana Ctanbrook. � * * .* Liiolla. Cnscadd'Mi, who Is attending the Oltlvrr.iiiy of Alberta, is Spending the "holiday season with her parents In the city. ,, Dr. \V. W Craig h:u lit-on called east by th(! i!!n6sa of hf.-i father. Or. F. A. Craig. '"*-' M.lss Hvn Ilittti,!). \.'ni) Is teaching at Claresholni, Is spi-nding tlie Haster vacaticn in the city wi 1 It her parents.  � *. Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Smith left on j Thursday night tur Moose Jaw to j visit their daughter. Mrs. Wm. Hen-1-flcrsoii. Mr. Henderson, who had been transferred ti> the Hank of Montreal at.High iciver, has had his transfer cancelled. \ * * * ' ' ' i ?.IIss Leah'.Yotmi-' who is attending Normal school at Calgary is spending the I-aster v(a'e'ation with her mother, Mrs. J. 'A. Voting. . �  ?.Ir. and Mr$. It. I). McClregp-.' are leaving on IVTonday for Vancouver, where tbefcwlll in future reside. In honor of MlfisVIJelen Onlvln, Miss Helen McKlllop entertained at a thim-hlo tea yestordny afternoon. Mrs. 11. Oalyln poured tea ntid Airs. .1. I). Hlg-InbbHfani cut tlio ices. �m% ' ' '' &fWBCRf/>G. and A. Ilanrahan wero thk'MaMpnifia of a "preserve" shower on-*I-KtrW)d# evening for Miss Helen Galvl&'K:/.;"., A ploawdi^a'ffulr took place at the provincial.'CoTep.nbne office on Tlitirs-day\v1'etj*MJ^i Helen (ialvln former--ly of'th^'ortkje -utatf. was presented witfe ;l Sllt*r;vi:offee percolator by tho ,Staff./Tlf^ipresentation was made by Mr. Bopnhan, wire chief, and speeches  ftero made by other mem-borl^g'thf) stafr. . Miss Galvin made a guMW*' reply. ;l^V  � � *,>:.�.'>%','. * * i-lL. . GENERAL � .,'>'�' 9 If *! '>'> > ? ' > '' > > ? The Toronto Board of Police Com mlHslonnrri decided to ^give official rGcognltlon to women representatives of tho Y. \V. C? A. who. propose to patrol the streets of the city_ to lend protection to young girls. The proviso to the arrangement Is that women selected by the Y.W.C.A' council be "discreet and of sound judgment." They will have no power to make arrests, their, fdifcp for good being a pershasivd '.one only.   * The marriage, of Hon. Edith Howard, granddaughter OE the late Lord i Strathcona, to Lord Congleton, will i take place on Saturday, April (i. . * * . Over 1,200 teachers are expected to attend the annual. teachers' convention to be held in Edmonton commencing April 2. During the' week the Alex. McQueen Chapter, I,O.D;K., j will cater at the convention and will probably give a dance. '     ., No wartime 'pin hajs been more effective than tho badge for the members ol the Ladifes' Auxiliary of the Great :,j,War Veterans' Association which has Just been received In Toronto from Ottawa. It has been formally approved by the Dominion officers and will bn the official pin and Unix the uniform one throughout Canada. Of royal blue wjth sllvorletterlng, and the G.W.V.A. pin reproduced in the middle of a silver background Is It. Particularly proud will be its wenrers, for the possession of such a pin enables a woman to show that she Is officially connected with work for the soldiers. For the ladies' auxiliaries to tho Great War Veterans' Association are now being formed all over Canada to assist the men to carry out their work. NIGHT �> > : ^MftrriuATiQN With University of tokohto: 12-14 Pembroke St., Toronto '� Local Centres, Examinations JUNE.AND JULY Applications Received Till May 11. Send for Syllabus. : WEDDINGS : > * PERCIVAL-"WHITNEY A very quiet wedding took place on Thursday evening In Christ Church, Pernle. when Florence Mabel Whitney* daughter of tho late Walter and Mrs. Whitney, of Lethbrldge, was united in holy wedlock to John Francis Per-cival, formerly of Brandon, Man., but for some time 0:1 the staff of the Imperial Hank here.-; .Rural Dean .Vol-land, pcrforiheir'the*';ater^mo|iy,r'Mr. Percy Giaves.' imppajt^gUt&e Jgrbom., and Mips Dot Henderson actlng-ns bridesmaid. "Mr. aX'$�3^heil$ manager of the GanarfiatiABonk pi Commerce, gave the brlde.-away, and after the cer�mbny.'a.T�r)r':.e|i^ii^lfttte.4up, per was given the happy couple . at the Bannelllo home. , iMi�B -Whitney has been a very popular young lady, here InFernle, radUaf Jp^>--�rttsted' member 'of the" Btaft/qf;lhe*;.%nk"6t Commerce for many.' months:' Mr.. PeroivarhaH^isp- rAafle'-raany friends during'.his sta/'tfere ats ajMem--, ber of the" Imperial' Bank' Staff', and' their many friends are extending congratulations and kindest, wishes for the happiness of the two. young people. Mr. Perclval will he joining the colors between now and the first of May, but during the interim they Intend to remain in Pernle. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney, parents of the bride, were old-time citizens of Fernie, but for several years they had made their home in or near Lethbrldge. .',. . 6,00 to 9.00 p.m. (-"'''.' i No Phone Or der$. No C. 0. t >g[ /is. ihafeanS lo$cjt\\j>uyipg "' something" dimmed tobe as g"ood as the ORIGINAL *�na Dandruff Germ Destrbj^'r? ar' Guaranteed by The Herplcldo CoA! ' Sold Everywhcro y y^. ......'-'Special j^fjents: Dl Hlolnbotham & Co, ..Mji- 3:o:oj3:oio: iv' ' ' ' '".^ _________ tilts home-miido remedy, tj^irta-^ Scotch Canadian DANCE Wednesday^ April 3rd IN ST. MARY'S HALL, NORTH LETHBRIDGE F^NPS FOR HARRY LAUDER'S HOME FOR WOUNDED v..",'..'!�:� 80LDIERS. �' , Thu'� lh� nana! ejpertenco renic' Uttle-try It SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER /. O. D. E. ANNUAL SPRING AG DAY kt, April 27th IN SUPPORT OF THE PATRIOTIC WORK/ OF ..... �f Th.|) jiiomhot's of tho Oluiptor are hoping foil' THE CHAPTER tho interost and Anyone who tries this ploasan^t)1!'t-" ing homc-mado cough Byruphi.>Vill quicklv underRtand why it is nsgd in more homes in the United States 4vnd Canada than any other couch �rcm.ed'y. The way it takes hold of an ohstutala couch, civini* immediate rcltqfi^vill make you recrct that you never .vtieti ithefort. It is a truly depwjiiblo couph remedy that should ba^Iept; handy in every home, to use at th9 JbBb BiRn of a cough, nijihfc or day. i',;'.".;'* 1 Any drugaist can supply you �jjurith. 2Vj ounces of l'iiiex (50 cents" jwoftli). Pour this into a ]a* * * � The iuterceHKOi y prayer service held from fivd tin iix lo'eloclr. on Thursday afterhoori: hir'Knox church by the Local Council of Women' was well attended. It was In charge of Rev. W. P. Burns who. 'after several hymns and a passage from the Hlble spoke briefly on "the greater need of religion in oilr daily lives. At the 'commencement of the war the world was very materialistic and pleasure-seeking lint soon there cam'c a religious revival which''unfortunately has gradually decreased rather than increased. Prayers for the ihmi at the front were offered by Itev. Mr. Burns and several prominent, women. After the singing of a special hymn for the men overseas tho'service, which 'throughout, was most impressive, was concluded.. The wives of the Locomotive Engineers are asked to meet in the K. P. hall on Moudav afternoon at 2 o'clock to assist in preparing the lunch for the ball being hold that night. �  � Tho Big Sisters' class of Knox church entertained ut n jolly party on Thursday evening at the homo of Mrs. E. Ainswortli in honor of two ot their members who are leaving the city. Misses Helen and Dorothy Richardson. Five hundred was played at .six tables, the- prize being ;won by Jack Woods. At the conclusion of tho game, an informal .dance was enjoj-ed.. An interesting affair which promises to attract consldorablo attention is tho exhibition class of technique, classical and fancy dancing, which Miss Gladys Altroo'will conduct in the ball room of tho PnlliHur, Friday afternoon, April 6. About ten members of Miss At-troo's Lethbrldge class and several of hor. Calgary advanced pupils will give tjia doQionsl rations of tho vnrlouB branches ot tho-dancing, art from the] point of health, physical culture, poiso j anc! graceful interpretation. Nothing of tho kind has oyer been.attempted in Calgary before,-und the tdoa Ib not only novel, but unique In its conception. About three hundred invitations for the event,.have.already been is- suoU.^-Culirury Hen/Ad..... The- following from Lethbrldge are taking, part: The Misses . Helona, Lorna and Adair Simpson,- 'Merle O'-Hagan, Hilda Church, Thelma Nobles, Marguerite Gibbons, Doris Smith, Owen Uowinan, , Eileen Waddington and Joan Brymner.  .A"comedy, entitled "His Excellency the Governor," will bo given at the Majestic thoatre.on Monday and Tuos-dayby a local compuny under tho direction, of the well-known local actor,' Mn Richard Hincks.: A groat many tlpHots have boon. Bold and vas tho proceeds are for charily (hore �, is not a doubt but that tljpr^.wlH be capacity hpuseB", ..v.- '.:...?' 51':i,''i ;;*�',' .:'?"....'.| ".�., :S,t^Patrick!HrLadIes' Aid are; holding a social, ovouingran.iWoauqsday,-April 3rd) iiMtha Consewatory of^Musto Hall cards .will ,tiq�unei}co' ^promptly  at 8.{J0. ;.!.;(/,-a s.:i black or white. Special, Saturday, night, J QQ Very Pretty Percale - Dresses With trimmings of rose, blue and tan for children. Age G to 12 years. Saturday night ..... 1.29 Dust Caps In good quality of print. All colors. Saturday night, , ( each .......... ..... vC White Muslin Night, , Gowns ' r Prettily trimmed with embroidery and luce. Satur- | | Q ' day night ............. lalaf A Snap in Men's Hose Black and grey silk mixture. "32 dozen only. Regular CA- 75c. Saturday night, pair JVC 29 doz. Men's Open End Neckwear A lovely assortment of pat-, terns and colors. To "11 aa cleiir Sat. night at 3 for 1�WU - Wire Drawn Tungsten Lamps "OICO" MAKE 25 Watt: Reg. 50c, 35c 40 Watt, Reg. 55c, 43c 60 Watt. Reg. 75c, 49c SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL Ladies'Patent Leather Pumps With Louis heels, small Colonial effect last. Very dressy, Also a few.strap slippers..;in this range. Regular S4.50. - a aa Saturday night ........ U%it9 ilen's Solid Leather Work ' Boot$ Of black calf, pitch filled. A boot as near waterproof as can ,7 bo made. .Counters guaranteed::.': All sixes 6 to 11, Reg. � ma.l J5.00. Saturday night .. ttUU ChUdren'sBUck Kid Button and Lace Boots ' 1 Welted aolea outside, stitched 'and cushion insoles. - A very -comfortable and serviceable hoot. Sizes 8 to 10%. m ma j lieg. �3.80. 8a't'day,'nlrtt>4�4�f - Saturday night, doi. 40c Large Orange., Re|. 7 'Saturdty^hyyi Smoker's .'$^T7g Craven Mixture, BenedictlneTH' B.av.wmild and medluinV Oflfl^ frey Phiyips MJxtarersr.'i'Jmjffi? , Capstan, mild, and< me^iup),. All H-ib.^ttoi. Reguur gee.';/ % k Saturday night .inM ;