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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rmmsDAY, may ig. mis TFrrr LETriBRTDGE daily herald PAGE SEVm �I that fill every requirement. From Grand Opera to Rag-time- The best is here Operatic 63022 $3.50 Madame BulUrlly (Acfl) "Entrance ot Bqlterfly" (in Italian), Claudia Muzio and Chorus. La Bohtme, 'Mi chiamo Mimi" (in Italian) � Claudia Muzio, Soprano. Standard Balladt '   25011 f Who knowi?.................Ctaig Campbell, Tcnnt $l,25\Maryot Argylc.........,......Croie Campbell, Tenor Sacred 20325/The Volley of Peace. . . .Chautauqua Prcacherj' Quirtct 90c VStill, Still With Thee____Chautauqua Preacheri'Qqtrtet Piano S9055 ( Minnet iu G (Paderewski).............UnJoIph Ganz $2.00 \ Melody in F (Rubinttcin)..............Rudolph Ganz Band ' 40112 f Rcjimental Mnrchei, Part I........Scota Guards Iland $1.50\ Rfgimenlal Merchei, Part 11.......Scots Guards Band Popular Hits 20199 f Lorraine........................Warwick Williams  90c. '( GiTC Me The Richi To Love You. .. j.....Sterling Trio 20197 9ac. Keep Cool, Tho Country's Saving Fuel.. .Arthur Collins Regrellul Dlaes......................Arthur Fields 20132 f There's Another Angel now in Old KilUrney. Big City Four 90c. 1 Faugh-A-Balloh...............James Doherty, Tenor 20198/ One Day In June.................Campbell and Burr 90c. \ I'm Sorry I Made You Cry..........Harry McClaskey 20315 / The Darktown Strutters' Ball............Arthur Fields 90c. \ In The Land 0' Yamo Yamo............Arthur Fields \ Dance (Accordion) 20321 ( My Sweetie (Medley Fox Trot).......Boadini Brothers !lOc." \ A Scotch Hisb-Ball (Medley One Step). Doudini Brothers Pathe Records Are All Double Sided a di/Ter^nt .selection on each .side, and g-uaian-teed to play at least 1000 timos without wear. 16 For full Catalogue ask one of the dealer.'; lister! below, or write direct to-. The Pathe Freres Phonograph Co. of Canada, Limited 4-S.S Clifford Street - TOKONTO, Ont. iyfatitreat Ojfi'fe!- : : : : ? , In ImvliiB' vomon cliit;..,! in �fcniin- SPRINGTIME ON THE MARNE. : Hy lllratii .Miic Groone. ; : : : : ; ? : : : : : : ? : .Vow it 1h spriiigtliiio on tlio Manio .\nil o'er llu' oiu^o blooil-.sotldeu flejil �J'lio itrasH Krow.s grtM'ii. l''r()Mi tlii^ short deptlis of the tender, warMiing tart New riowers lift their faces to llio liKlit; And MWinKlnj; hi'Bli and Inw aliove the liliiin The sivalUiws wing their vagrant way again. .\o\v it is springlinie oft tlie Marnel And where tho furlo\isly riling death, (ienlly. tlierc?, falls rain. And laiigliing stream runs down to sitiglng brook, U'hile dank, dark clouds streak slowly on above. 'I'ill sinking sun breaks through-and there on high The arching banners bang-a rainbow in the sky: * * .+ : : ? PERSONAL ? Miss JcdiiiHon of Stirling ia visiting In the. city for a sliorltlnie. * � * Mr, rr. W. Cartwriglif of f.ewistown, .Montana, arrived In tho city yesterday to visit liere. * �  :\Ir;!. II. W. Meecii with her two ebildren left on 'I'ne.iilay for a two weeks visit to her cousin, near Itlgh lllver. * ^. , If .Mrs. T. Taylor has moved from her liome in lliu Sherlock Jiulldlng to t22� ;!rd Ave. Soutli. * *  Captain Asquilh, who I'ocenlly returned from the front, has been ap-jjointod to the command of a company in .\o. I ]:)opot liiitlalion, Uritlsb Columbia regiment at Vani'Ouver. Cai)-tain and Mrs. .\s(iuith resided in Lutli-bridge for several years.   � Mr. v.. ('. M.T.cKonzie and JILss Mac-Kunzio returned tiiis morning from Oi'isi, California where they., have been visiting a brother. .Miss Mac-Keuzie has been visiting lliern since l�'ebi'nary and wils joined liy Mr. Ma ? > : : : : SOCIAL EVENTS * : �> � * * '^ � c> >??! iVArtHi.?K-.M.\i'i.( )(�] o : : : ? '.rbosc lagging for lii" Local ronnci! of WtJmen on Satiirilay may have their ; lag.s and bo:;es on I'riflay aftornoon i from 'i:?,yi to ."i:l'a'. .n- on Saturday i morning at ]'s mer curtain; bul we nre iiuning llicni on sale �{. lilic lo induce yon lo visit (!ur Mouse i-'in-alsbing.; Dept. and perchance pnrchas.^ some of the many oilier desirable goods wi> have on display. ShantungDay AT THE BAY Shantung is going to l)o VKllV much in vogue Miis season, but the greiil difficulty will be to secure a reliable fabric. Wo have one in a very firm wna\e in the natural color which we retail at i?l,2."> and good value at that. Our special from the nrlneh-back styles willi bloomer jiants. Size.s from 2i; to � ;u. Regular ?.S.riO. Special Friday $5.89 79c nut it will be confined to ten yards lo each customer, as 7!ic Is away below I lie iiresent time whole; sale price. Only a limited (piantity. BE EARLY FOR THE LITTLE ONE A pair of those sensible eomf coupons. The lolleclUms were as follows: (ialbrallh school, Si>;! wrappers; l''leetwoiid school, :'.11'_' wrappers; Westminsier schoof, 'i;!2!1 wrappers; Central school, Glit-t wrappers, making a total of ]t,fi8S .wrappers handed In bv (lie schools, wliicli will bring our Travellers' .'\.ld $7L'.1)4. This (Itiartor's loliil collections from idty and outside poiiiis is 2l,!)24 wrappers, Jiniountliig to $124.1)2 for our Travellers' Aid Work. *  �� Tho Major .laelc Ross chapter ae-knowledgt- with thanks socks from the ((dlowiug: ,\fary linrlght, 2 pairii; 'riterosa l.acey, ;! pairs; liernice Hennessey, I pair; KUthleen ICnright, 1 pair; Lncllie Kolliiv, 1 pair; Kntle I'ntras, i pair; -Xniuo iDorehak, 1 pair; Tlielmii lUvlnglon, 1 .pair; tleorge Staples, 1 pair; Helen I'opson, 1, pair; i Teresa Rader, 1 pair; Mary ^taiUos, 1 pair; Doris i'iverall, 1 pair; .Margaret Dusdesharnaln, 1 pair; .Mrs. Chiaholm, 2 piiirs; Mrs! Wakelin, 1 pair;, Mrs. I''red Hicks, 1 pair; Mrs. 1). Wilson, 1 pair; .Mrs. C. tl. Wright, ;{ pairs; .Mis. J. Hiinto)', :! pairs; .Sadie Hunter, 1 pair; Sisters of the .Sacred Companion ot ,lesus, 12 pairs. Mrs. West ley, ('(nivonor. wbelher arrangemeius can be made whereby a certain degree of amalga-malloit of tho police and tiro forces can bo maintained by the appointment of Chief Hardy as deputy police chief and the answer is in the negative. .N'either Capt. a,Velton nor Chief Hardy considered,the plan feasible. Clapt. Skelton has also submitted to the mayor his estimate of the least number of men required to police the city. He believes that six men with himself would constitute a separate department whieb it would cost about $S,liOO a year to maintain. Last yoaf the fines and other revenue of the department amounted to over $4,000, so tliat if the revenue of the depa'rlmeift this year were us largo the net cost of tlio iiolice force as a separate department would be only about $4,000. or less llian half a mill on the ta.x rate. The council has so far taken no further official action to settle the (|ues->j tion of the reappointment of ('apt. Skelton to bis old position as chiot of Iiolice. MUSIBUYMEIS BEFORE ENIRAINING Under a new order issupd by tho board of railway commissioners, all travellers on the C. P. R. and other railway lines must hereafter purchase their tickets liefore entering tivilns. 'rhe purchase of tickets from conduc tors on the trains la foi'bidden e.xcept on unavoidable occasions. Notices to this effect are being posted today In all the offices ot the company and the regulation will be strictly enforced. __:_- DIO GERINS SET > THE COAST FIRE? Vancouver, May 16.-Acting-(Vlayor Owen this morninB received through the mails an anonymous communication reading as follows: "We have Just started. We and our allies will burri things to the ground. Oeutschland Uber Alles. For the fatherland." It is supposed that the communication refers to th� firec this week at Steveston and in the Coughlan shipyards here. . BANK CLEARINGS This week...... I..ast year...... I [> > > > > << <;4 .$737,004 .$765,108 **THE WORLD HAS ENDED: Millions Now Living Will - Never Die" Sons All OFFENSIVE .Rome, May 16-Italian troops carried an offensive on the Austrian trenches on Monte Aselone, betweenHheiBronta and Plave rivers. The trenches were enteredj< at two polnti. The Italians Inflicted heavy casualties'and took prisoner?, A MASTERFUL LECTURE ON THIS SUBJECT WILL BE DELIVERED IN of England TENTH STREET SOUTH FRIDAY, MAY 17th AT 8:00P.M. � SPEAKER: Evangelist W. F. CRAWFORD OF THE PACIFIC COAST AUSPICES: ASSOCI.\TED BIBLE STUDENTS ALL SEATS FREE . , NO COLLECTION EVERYBODY COME ASM 70 5566 ;