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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919 1HK LKIHURIDGE PAGE _. II: FORIWCflNTROl Hill this evening at 7.30. EJae- 'tlon of tor- the coaaisg year will take place. All members ara requested to atUud. r Gunners I.OKJS and Xelson I'ascad- There, will be a: meeting of, 'the Big dec. who returned Ijs; week with the Slstars class of Knbi at 39th batlery. arc leaving tonljlit to i homo of Mrs. K. Ainswortb, 12t9 6th visit Ihelr parents in Portland. Ore. Ave. A. south, on.Tnwday evening al Mr. John Home left on Saturday for Calgary- Mr. Fred Hifk left today for .Mon- treal, called there by the serious ill- ness of his father. Mr. Billlngton, manager of the Standard Bank at Xew Dayton, is spending few days In tbe city; Mr. L. G. Thomas, manager ot the Standard Basic at Cpalbu'rsi.'sjent the weekend In.'tb4 city'.. !Mra.y b'een the guests, of Jlri. CilW JlacKlnbsbr left today foi- their home In Xorth Bay. .They were ac- Tile .Alberta Mutijil .Festival Chcrutf will as uaual on Tuesday of tbe week at S p.m. iu Wee ley 'Church. The Banner of Saint Gc-orce will practiced for the first lime. r CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES companied to Medicirte Hat by and Mrs. MaeKlnloth. '.Mr. aoCIAL a A 4 4 Mr. and Clarice Ostlund teriained-at'a dinner and card parly on Saturday night in liorior of Miss Rjrie and Miss'- fiessie Chip- ol Magrnn. who were in the cltj on their way lo' Spokane and the coast cities. MEETINGS The Next-of-Kia will meet 'in the HOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN JIPHHTIOII Caatan, suffered from a faasala trouble which caused aw aiaeb mStriof. aad two dactora decided tbat 1 wouUUva opstatioa betara 1 owld get wail.v.., 1 "My mother, who LydtaE.Piiikbaai's Vegetabls Com- pound, aJiJaad mo At the n'tular mw.lng of tiie Malor Jack ROM Chapter, O. O. K., held on 'Friday evening It was decided to hold a dance during Kaster week. The regent, Mri. C. F. P. Conyteare was appointed delegate from tbe clup- ter to the annual meeting of the nrt lonal chapter .to be held In 'May. Praiseworthy work was done during [he retent influensa epidemic by thy -those who -stand for. class privll- In a condition of true democracy we aat ever remember there will always s the aristocracy of abllrty. There is also another quality, that of leader- abtp. may be claased with ability, but all ability is not leader- ahtp. True democracy must stand for equal opportunity; tbe. guarantee of a decent living to those most poorly equipped .both mentally and ahysr cally; a fair distribution of living con. atttons; no deMitution; no excessive wealth 3 n tbe hands of one or a few indivtdnala.. If these'.'few conditions are compiled with our economic con- ditions will be so altered that we will have a condition of true democracy. They will dispense1 with poverty. They will with involuntary proa titution. When we haW acaomplnhed thta wf shall have laiJIa tfi- fotrcda tion. Democracy In like language. Spok en language is-the result of imita- tion. True democracy is the result of imitation baaed on experience, Ex parlence Is the best .of all earthly knowledge. Without iliis knowledge true democracy is impossible. Phy Seal and mental health arc essential o the spirit of true.democracy.' 'We tear a greal deal about' service being tne eseence ot true fellowship. The speaker not so much given to tbat tea as lo the equal service that or ,ils preservation the llbe'rties o a people. This was oniy'way ti dae and maintain a tne democracy A democracy that says one aha! iglit while another may be- a coo cieatkms objector, is aa .rotten aa aa; doctrine tbat caa be conceived. Lib arty ot conscience Is a good thing so far as it it is not true de mocracy if it will not: support H It acts np tM tadiridul aa a superior to collective mpu- it Ion that makea a, Hemocvacy. have a large degree of desaoeracy to day hi tbe British Empire. But wha wouM been tbe 'result it fift per cant of us had bom oeasoeatlous objoctora! Wnat woold. of our denoeracy? K is a matter of Ttry serlom coaaMetatism. Conditions whkk to oae lha rollhig in luxary, said tie mayor, an aaKXht'r not being able to.get Ids dail broad, are not. of trite democracy. 1 OTTAWA depart- ment of labor's weekly food price bud- get was again lower at tbe middle of March, Ihe cost of tbe Menu oJ; This is the ideal Store for Women's Easter Clothes Stocks arc al! brand new this season, variety ot choice Is by far the largest and most attractive we have ever hid lo and prices, consider. in; Ihc high standard ot quality of nocki throughout, are lower thai most stores which feature such garments. WOOL JfRSEY SUITS 50.00 57.50 TAILORED AND NOVELTY SUITS !u gaberdines, tricotine.. etc. Colors nary, black, muss, cic. to 85.00 BIG WOMEN'S SUITS Serges and worsteds in nary, black and grey. Size: up eft AA to 46. Prices H7.50 to VV.Uv Easter Hosiery and Gloves in Splendid Showing HANDSOME TWECD and loose backs. Greys, browns and greens. J p AA .to 44. 1.3.50 to.. 10.WU DREaiY VELOUR Old rose, taupe, Pekln blue and various other All wool ma- terials in handsome AA style. WOO to......... D9.UV LEATHER MOTOR AND STREET COATS Colors Ian and SiiM to 44. Wind and rainproof. Special 30.00 FINE LISLE HOSE. Grey rft brown, black and wbftc. OUC O. S. SILK LISLE HOSE. Brown, black and white. Kztra AA fine qaallltei. 75c and.. l.UU .SILK RIBBED TOP HOSE. Black only. Special value............. 1.75 HEAVY SILK HOSE. Plain col- on, clock- ankles and stripes. All colors. 12.00 n and.................. GLOVES. 1.00 U5 SPLENDID SILK Black and wblte OQl Double tipped SUEDE LISLE GLOVEI. Black, white aatl Tarfout colors. GREY SUEDE AND WHITE DOGSKIN GLOVES. All Dotiklu flares with black stitching. Waihablc. Pair HEAVY SiLK GLOVES. Black, white, brown and grey. tl.50 and I.DD CLARKE Co., LOVELY EASTO? HATS to Newest Frencli pattern hats, Just one of a luiul and all con- fined exclusively to this store for I bridge. A Terr -bOvviur of Etstcr models now on display. GOSSARD CORSETS t. Correct models In or Juator cfcolr practice. afternoon, 3.16: Olrls' Avzltlary at the kodie of Mra. K. N. 111 lOti St 8mth. Thuraoay ertBlng, S.W: Lea tee Mr- Ticaa.- Chcrir practice at the cloae at wrrice. Wdiy erejiim, .7.301 Bo.v Sconta -aaM) Otrt Saturday Junior Auiliary hi the Parish iiiMit mi TW aWaaat Ma. Uaatri HI AaaUJsT'taat, Taraats IN llftrarvUMt 1Y Monday, 8 p.nv Brotherhood of SI. Andrew's. Wedneu day, 4.1 5: Cti Wren's tarrtca. Wed net day, SM: Evening. Mrrice. Friday .H: Comfirmatlom class. Chrittlan 5hyreV- Wednesday even nt, Priytf metthaf. Pairtacwtaf Haifw and Foraiajn Mfa- JOS Uta St. N. Monday and Sat urday. S p.m.: Prayer and, divine heal Thursday, S p.m.: Regular ser Kibla Corns Are. aad St. S. TMsdty and Friday, 8 p.m. week bacln on Ike "Manrfeatation of tae Km of to Hli Diachjles." Too are wtlcorae. i.M: Meeting of Reltef "Work and (Vwiattan t p.m.: Katjilar weekly testlDony aeet- tog. AUkTKAUAN AKMY TO flOHT DULOYALTY BRIJfBANB, April a aseeflag of retara- ad soldiers bald In tbe. (xafkl- ttoa M4 vohrateen 'were eoroUed as aa lo ngh( There is nothing like Lux it tfte only wMkinff pnpwat in tbe market.' It nade M tkat daioty aillca, fine IfUCaM, woollaM, pretty dtntt and mnttrm; eouW be washed agdn and afain witHottt t rat iajuiy With Lu Ikcre ia M nkUaat aMp iaito thmJa, aad rubbnst wrratiof to fd it out info a rich, creamy Uwet wtiica eouea lalhel tKaa to W clwa. M i real to mnyjkms pare water earn not harm. wrA Lot. It ataiMnii tnc cttiuarMM itt moat delif hlfal form. tXVW BdOTHOW LJMrTtD, TOUONTO ;