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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATITRDAY, MAMCII MO. HM8 PAGE FIFTEEN FRENCH CONFIDENT I'ui'iH, Mar. IlO.^Tho'Senate yesler-dny afternoon piittfiod �-resolution declaring that imnltorablo confidence was relf tn'tlurnlforls of Ihn Prondi and allloil nrmleu frir victory. The resolution . folloivti: "Our spirits ami our henrls In chute oonliiet thunn of the unifies' of tlu> roUubUc" ami of its allies f (Killing Willi sublime horoluin Bond to tin.' chiefs rind tlin soldiers' houiufje, ml-miration, gratitude./and unalterable confidence." '''�"�[ ,4D KILOMETER FRONT IV.rls, Mar. .'ifl.-Thft battle which WHH )' ('Kiisbr aii-;. .Mi-:s i.uella. Case: t � * 11 vkca:icn in the | vsiiere thejtvvlll in \ Mrs. J. B. Kith ; are leaving on M" ! join Mr. Hiehard.-o ! residence there. I'.H-I, with LI.. ie|; in Canada 'ii v,-;ti| bis fii- "-'Oll. ii'ie ' I'eft ' on : I u'oni in. is in Dow Isl- "I. end. : mile daiigh- Hi" week-end : eair.:n i e i- l-.i-- M'ss Alberta ;.-, io spend the CiiS-mun sn'i ' s. v. ho is at-of Alberta, is ,'sou with lier in honor of Mffis-||>(Jalvln, Miss Helen McKlllop enteitaliied at a thimble lea yesterday afternoon. Mrs. II. 'iiilv/n poured tea. and Mrs. .). I), llig-inbot.liam cut the iee.-- * * + Misses G. and .\. IJanrwhan were the hostett^p.s of a "pies-.-rve" shower on 'I'hi'n'Sdiiy evenlsig for Miss Helen Calviii. '. ^ A ])lea?.an(r affair look place at the provincial.te'lesplione offiite on '."linrs-day when'Miss Helen Calvin formerly of the office slaif. was presented with a silver coflee percolator by ihe staff. The presentation was made by Air. Hoor'nian, wire chief, a:: 4 � H 4 4 GENERAL I �ailed oas: in-. I'. A. . si is teaching .lug the Kaster ::h j11� r patents. :;nnili left on i'loso Jaw to M '.-. Wm. Ili'ti-wiio hail ..... Hank of '�s. !i:.s had his 'io is attending ,ary is spending ith her mother. The Toronto Board of Police Commissioners deemed to give official recognition to women repfesentalivos of Hie V. W. (''. A. who. propose lo patrol the '.-u-iti-tr, of Ihe city to lend protection to > tiling girls. The proviso to the arrangement is that women selected by the V.W.C.A.' council be "discreet ami of sound judgment." They will have no power to make arrests, the!:- t'ofce for good being a persuasive .one only. *  * The marriage of Hon. Edith Howard, granddaughter of the late Lord ,S! rathcoiia. to Lord Congleton, will take plate on Saturday. April H. � #  Over t.L'flti teachers are expected to attend the annual teachers' convention to be hold in Edmonton commencing April -. During the week ihe Alex. McQueen Chapter, I.O.D.K., will cater at tlie convention and will probably give a dance. I! MeCrego' are y for Vam ouver, future reside. " * ! :i'dson and family : : lav for Seattle to j i and lalie up their j t i\'o wartime pin has been more ef-: i'ective than the badge, for the members of the. Ladies' Auxiliary of the i Great .War Veterans' Association which has just been received In To ronto from Ottawa. If bos been formally approved by the Dominion officers and will be the official pin and ihus the uniform ett" throughout. Can-a d a. Of royal blue with silver letlering, and the CAVA'.A. pin reproduced in Hie middle of a silver background Is it. Particularly proud will be its wearers, 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 the, Croat War Veterans' Association are now being formed all over Canada to assist, the men to carry out their work. : WEDDINGS : PKKCIVA I.-W I1ITNK Y A very quiet wedding took place on Thursday evening in Christ Church. Kernie. when Florence .Mabel Whitney, daughter of the late Walter and .Mrs. Whitney, of Le'libridge, was united in holy wedlock to John Francis Per-cival, formerly of Brandon, Man., but for some time on the staff of the Imperial Bank here. Rural Dean Vol land, performed' the ceremony. Mr. ! Percy ticaves suppoillng .the groom | and Miss Dot Henderson acting as i bridesmaid. Mr. Gf FT.BannelHe; mau-j ager of the Canadian-Bank of Com-| nierce, gave the bride away, and after j the ceremony a very elegant little sup: , per was given the happy couple at | the Bannellie home. , Miss Whitney i has been a very popular young lady hero in Fernie, and has.been a trusted member of the staff or'the Bank of Commerce for many months. Mr. Pereival has-also made- many friends fiuringhlH stay here as a member of the Imperial "Bank Staff, and their many friends are extending congratulations and kindest wishes for the happiness of the two young people. Mr. Pereival will he joining the colors between now and the first of May. but during the interim they intend to remain in Fernie. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney, parents of the bride, were old-time citizens of Ftrnie, but for several years they had made their home in or near Lethbridge. 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. ft No Phone Orders. No C. 0. l> CHURCHES AMD SOCIETIES 'TWArnuMibH With GmvERsTrror tobonto^} 12-14 Pembroke St., Toronto Local Centres Examinations JUNE,AND JULY Applications Received Till May 11. Send for Syllabus. The regular in I Nursing Mission J Monday owing ! will take place  I day, April Sth. I ' | Owing to the i j jor Jack llo.-s i postponed its i.. � have been held i u:hiy meeting of the v. ill not he held on � > lite holiday, bu' ; iiie following Mini- U weather the Ma-.�p'.er. l.O.D.C, has day which was lo lav until Monday. Is there arty logic in buying" something- claimed to be as g-ood as the ORIGINAL Dandruff Germ Destroyer? Insist upon HERPICIDE Applications at th;.;sure-seeking but a me a religious revival iimitcdy has gradually :'ber than increased. �� ui'ii al the front \\ ere �v. Mr. Burns and sev-�tit. women. After the pecial hymn for the men service, which tliroiigli-i.itpressive. was conclud- Strength l.ife'i gnatest as ills are I/ta/tA arid Strength and uiitliiut these existence becomes intolerable. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER -I O.D.E.- ANNUAL SPRING FAG DAY Sat, April 27th IN SUPPORT OF THE PATRIOTIC WORK, OF THE CHAPTER The members of the Chapter ore hoping for Hie interest and assistance of the public as has,been so BencrousJr accorded it)..the past. ' ...... . � i', ' '>. That's tha vsnal oxprIenco fvltl^ this buuie-muUo remedy. QoniB � little-try It. Anyone who triea tin's plcasani''t!!st-ing liomo-made cougli syrup,..- Will quicklv liiiderstand whv it is used' in more homes in the United States ..tiid Canada than any other cou^h remedy. The way it takes hold of an olistin'atfl couch, civiiig immediate relief, ^rtll vtiMK vou regret that yen never tfeieu it before. It i3 a truly depeniftV'o cough remedy that should be tepfe hnndy in every home, to use at thallrsb eign of a cough, night or day. � , V . ' Any druggist can supply' you ?wiih 2V:! ounces of l'inox (30 cents' worth). Tour this into a lfi-oz. bottle .Ttliid' fill the bottle with plain granulated sujrr.r fyrup. Tlio total cost is about nfS cents and vou have 18 cunccsSflf tho most elfcclive remedy vou ever-iusctj. The quick, lasting: relief you aet.Kora this excellent cough svrup wiU'ir^ally purpriae you. It promptIv hcnla;j%jiii-flamed membranes that line tins ilvopat nnd air passages, stops tlie hnnojfJn!' throat tickle, loosen* the phlefiin\'^aiid soon your cough stops entirely. Bplcndid for bronchitis, enmp, -1v^N>P' iug. cough and bronchial nsUnnat; rincx is n liighlv concert ratuijytqbin-pound of Norway pine cxtract/Algd- is inmoua the world over for its ittivi^pj; effect on the membranes.. 'I'i'L . To avoid disnppointment asKvfor "2i!2 ounws of Tines" with fuU^eo-tions and don't accept anything. ,^kc. A gnarantce of absolute, satisfactiojiloi' money promptly refunded goesJi%Kh this preparation.' Tliu Pmcil';t;Co., Toronto, Out. s e.f'. The wive-: of the Locomotive Engineers are a-scd to meet in the K. P.1 hall on IvK.iai.iy afternoon at 2 o'clock to assist in preparing the lunch for tlie ball be The Utimin Body, under the bent of condition*. I* a fragile structure, e�!l.t fltiaceiitllilf to climatic conditions, orer-hcatliie. eiertion. mental am! pt).vateil eniottniis. Ttiis sntu'ect require-* coiutant altejillon If healtli ami sireiiKlli are to lie continually nialntalned. The musl sensible method of preserving tieatth I-i to eon.iume food ivhicli produces it. Tlio food whlcb prntMlces health is that which contains Carbo-flydrales. Proteins iml Fats. COCOA Is a palatable liquid food containing, when mtied wllh milk, all these necessary substances in a form that is not injurious to the weakest ingestion. For the easiest and most pleasurable way to obialu just the right kind of, nourishment the bodj- ueeds, drink Cocoa. l''or the best and Qulci'CAt resultf drink Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. held that, niglil. Toronto Conseryat tory of Music Sir Edmund Walker, C.Yfijp. Pres. Dr. A. S. Vogt, Musical Dir0$ttri* Midsummer Local 'J Examinations in MuyiC; The Conservatory's Exa^miyelt in the Practical I5ranche�i^vftl conduct examinations irf wjjw* tohtt, Sasliiitchewan, A11 > e i  t au^tiiaip nrillRh Columbia during th&lflji'tr; 1er part of June or early pSwt'iJt July next, .definite dntosis.'lgfe1 the yarious centre;! to bo d^feT ed upon after May 1st, by date applications from all pbftflV went of Ontario muBt S^ti'W: reached the U.ogistrjjt.., '--'-- 'Theory JlSxSimihationJ-J Canada .lutu- .1(1. 20 The Big Sisters' class of Knox church entei tajneil al a jolly party on Thursday evening al the homo of Mrs. 1 E. Aiueworih in honor of two of their members who are leaving the city, Mifsc? Helen and Dorothy Richardson. Five hundred was played ttt six tables, the prize being won by Jack "Woods. At the com lesion of the game, an informal dunce was enjoyed.  * � An iutereMi:tg affair which promises ! to attract cousiilcrnblc attention is the j exhibition i iass of technique, classical ! and fancy dancing, which Miss Gladys | Attree will conduct in the ball room of the ralliser. Friday afternoon. April 6. About ten members of Miss Al-troo's Lethbridge class and several of her Calgary advanced pupils will give the demonstrations of the various branches, of ihe dancing- art from the point of health, physical culture, poise and graceful interpretation. Nothing of the Kind lias ever been attempted in Calyary before, and the idea is not only novel, hut fttiiriiie in its conception. AbonI three hundred invitations for the event.. have .already been issued.-t'alcury Herald. The: I'olhni'itig from IjOtlihridge are taking part: The Misses Helena, Liornu and Adair Simpson, Merle O'-. llagan. Hilda Church. Thelma Nobles. | .Marguerite (iibbons, Doris Smith, j Given liowtiian, Kileon Waddingfon ! and Joan !!; ymnor.  � m ! A comedy entitled "His Excellency j the Governor." will be given at the t j Majestic theatre on Monday and Tties- j i day by a local company under the dir-j J fiction of the well-known local actor,: ; Mr. Uichard Hinclts. A great many | tickets have been sold and as the pro-j eeeds are for charity there is not a! doubt but that there will bo capacity! houses, . , i    St.. Patrick's LudieV Aid are holding' a social evening on Wednesday, April; :!rd, in tho Conservatory of Music ihilli ranis will commence promptly at i S.riO. ....��. | 03WAN'S Cocoa- Perfection Brand" Purest and best Kftntmirr, fir th kitt and ivrtjt rtmlti -rdtr thit brandy B-32 I Cut Out This Advertisement. It is Good for $1.00 on Every Capf. Bob Itogers, Winnipeg, son of tho former Public Works Minister, and fti.d'e to General Turner, London, has resigned his po'jft to jofh the army ser-' vH'-y corps i.u Franc* I' X Jt'ApT it may be worth con-eads'fe;duving the next 30 dass siderably more to you be-to each person wdio presents this advertisement at any one of: our offices.- we will make a straight reduction of 10% from our fixed regular moderate charges. Should you rcquiro �ifurther inducement bear in miml ;tiio fact thai-Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge J LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA l CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. i EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK |fefe'; �"' "'.�:-.....�' <-r3M New Neckwear Georgette crepe and washablfe' in all the new shapes. �* /W| Saturday night........ l.VV' Black Silk Boot Hose 15 doz. only, SVj to 10. | AA Saturday night, 3 pairs l.VV Kayser Silk Gloves In black or white. Special, Saturday night, J QQ Very Pretty Percale Dresses With trimmings of rose, blue and tan for children. Age 6 to 12 years. Saturday night .... 1.29 Dust Caps In good quality of print. All colors. Saturday night, f" each .................... OC White Muslin Night Gowns Prettily trimmed with embroidery and lace. Saturday night ............. 1.19 A Snap in Men's Hose Black and grey silk mixture. "32 dozen only. Regular gA 75c. Saturday night, pair JVC 29 doz. Men's Open End Neckwear A lovely assortment of patterns and colors. To -fl fLgk clear Sat. night at 3 for l.UU Wire Drawn Tungsten Lamps "GICO" 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 $4.50. Saturday night ....... 2.29 ilen's Solid Leather Work Boots Of black calf, pitch filled. A boot as near waterproof as can be made. Counters guaranteed. $5.00. Saturday night 4.29 Children's Black Kid Button and Lace Boots Welted soles outside, stitched and cushion insoles. A very comfortable and serviceable hoot. Sizes 8 to 10%. Reg. $3.50. Sat'day night 2.2ft Large Ripe Bananas Saturday night, doz. 40c Large Oranges, Reg. 75c, Saturday night, doz, 60c Smoker's Smiles Craven Mixture, Benedictine, B.D.V., mild and medium,. Godfrey Phillips Mixture, St. Julian. Capstan, mild and medium. All %-lb. tins. Regular 35c. Saturday night ... 25c ;