Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALn MONDAY, MAT 8, 1918 1^ Clinbiiv b Advomtad m On* af the PmC of Mftieh to ^ DtTolop Biikneo aiul AgiUtjr, "C//mi /liou? rte //ouse," Says One Pretty Enthusiast, arid Crawling Continues to Be One of the Most Strongly Urged of Many Simple Ways of Keeping Fit By BETTY VAN^ OF Cfftme �T�rybody wants to be stroag. But nearly everybody wants an e��y way. No qoarrel at all about the need for �Itwigth. No OM reaUy yearns to hnrry tlie undertaker. "Fccllnc good" ia more welcome than fMlinr the other way. And yet-^well. people are a (ood deal like Ponce de Leon, they want to flad a Fouitain of Youth bubbling up somewhere. They want aaergy on tap. The complaint of the speetftUat* ia phyaical cuHnre is,, that humanity wwita t� draw checks on the bank account of treagth without afiaking the necessary'deposits. Yet gattiac to be strong and staying so needn't be a Vore afttor alL It can be proved that' lot! of folks get plcat^ of fun out of it. It appears that aTen women can be strong- as atrong as men, if they want to be. say the spaeiaKsts. Bat women can't get the something for nothing. The u-ar pn��d that women were strong. It aiae proved that needed to be. They need t� be not only ivt war work bat for any life itwk-iw�n for living happily. The Sdoace of Keeping Beauty Farhaps yon have thought, for example, that woatea who are profeasionaUy beautiful and vhraaiMw-iwoaaaa of the stage, artists' models aad the Hfca- the number of new women's exercise, athlstie and swimming clubs thst are being formed hi many pirts of the country. Whether or not the methods are picturesque, whether or not they manage to elicjt-a smile from the oynles, going after physical strength is a popular axpsdiant. Being weak and "feminine" is going out of fashion. ;Anyway, summer ia coming and all oatdoots will furnish a gym for the woman young or^old who wants to "build from the inside" the beauty 'that won't rub ^ff. Thsra may be mors painted faces than our 'civilisatioa ever saw boforo, bat the real thing-complexion that sp^Is hsaitltF^ can nsvor lose its charm. No argomsat la Bsod-ed to prove this. The question for each .of as is. Shall we Uke the trouble'to get to be strenft if we're not, aad shall we take the farther trouble with all the real joy that is in It-to heap strong after we get there? I kqbw what the answer of every wis* gM wUl be-I mean t>)at she will at least admit th* , need and promise herself to think, aad to aet, tea. iLK RIVER DISTRICr. ' GETS GOOD SHOWERS (Fi'om Our Own CorresFonflent) iMlbK RIVER, May 3.-The CP-H. hridge-'building gang have been husy for the past week putting in new treB-tles under the railroad 'bridge and grading tlie tracks ia different places along the line. * Our welcomed storm came on Thursday and showers also fell on Tuesday night, which will mean much to the district. Bom-To Mr. and Mrs. Jud Foley, on Thursday, May 1st, a daughter. Mr. Ellert returned from a long visit in Spokane and other points on Thursday. R. W, Gray was ft business visitor in town the end of the wsek. Mrs. IS. C. Balnes was in Lsthbrtdg* visiting during the week.' ilixs. C. Uoyd Griffiths and i>on, Cyril, are in lSTON, May 3.-The local branch of the Navy (League of Canada held a meeting bel-e Thursday, IMay iRt, In the Palace Theatre. In the afternoon J. A. Irvine, secre-tiiry-treasurer of., the provincial division, gave an interesting talk, accompanied by an eight-reel film naval Htory, to a packed house of school <:hlUlrou. There has toeen nothing liore for "a long time that the kiddles enjoyed so mucJit and to those living bo far inland and unable to see the Hea and war vessels it wits a real treat. ]]) the evening the older peopl* were entertained, and the theatre was again crowded.. Cardston boastB of the largest mem-hcrshlp of any town or city in the lirovince. This has been largely duo to (he energetic work of their prei^ dent, Mr. Atkins. Smoke "pigyer'g Navy Cut" Cigarettes wrapped in Tin foU.