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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 22, V.UH THE LETHBRIDGI', DAILY IH.KALD PACK NINE MILADI A PRAYER IN KHAKI 0 J.iord, m.v Ooil, accept my luayor of lliaiikti That T)ioii host plactetl nic liiimbly in the ranks Where 1 can do my part, all unufruitl-- A simple soldier In Thy great crtiHadc. 1 pray thee, Lord, let others take com- mand ; JOnoligh for me, a riflo in rny hand. Thy blood-red banner nvor loiulinK nie Whore I can fight for liberty and Thee. ' Give other^ God, the slpry; mine Ihe right  " ' ; To atand'beside-my'ooniradQs In the ' tight, � To dl^, It need be, In sonic foreign lai)d-r Absplved and solaced hy a - soltiier's '"hand. O Lord, my God, pray barken 10 my � prayer And keep mo over hiimlile, keep me �where The fi)?ht Is thickest, whore, 'midst fiitcel and flame, Tliy sons give battle, calling on Thy name. !-Written from his traininK camp to The Outlook by Robert Garland. ))t (ho week-end with .Mr. and Mr,s. llooniba. !  * � Wifisos Mamie and Blanche Broolcs spent the iveek-end with tlieir i)ar-t-nts in 'I'nbor,   � JMisH )!. Mnlman of Taber was a weelc-end visitor in llio city. - � m  ' I.Mrs. 'W. J{. Virtue and fam'ily loft lusit week to niako (heir home in New U'C3t2iii!JSI,er. �'  * .Mr. and .Mr.s. S. It. Mitchell are leaving today for Calgdry.- Mr. .Mit-cjicU will take uj) his new busineHH in Nanl'on. Me will return in t;}io fall. Dr. and .Mrs. Lafterty and Miss l.nfi'orty have returned from Grcit i'alia, where they hav(> l)et'n visiting.   � Mrs. W. V. b. Xtardio arrived tlits al'lernoon Irum visit in;,' In Iligli River.  �  .\ masM meeting for girls wa.s held very recently in_ Ottawa to inaugiir- nto a now inovemojit which had for Us object the .welfare of the wnrlilng girl away from home. m � ^ Mv. Merrick of Winnii)cg Hpent llie week-end in the. city. Mayor llardie lias returned his business trip to Ottawa. from 1 : CHURCHES AND S0CIIETIE3 > Mr. and Mrs. Atron of Queen's Bay, IJ. ('., are the giiesls ol' .Mr. and iU-a. K. T. Hrymiier. .Mr were and Airs. .1. I'. Irwin of Barons week-en : : : : : � Mr. A. .\tree of Coiaineree was a Sunday visitor with Mr, and Mrs, K, T, ni'ymiier. � V .� Mr. K, Downing, suiit. Herald .Tob Dcpt,, i.s .spending a few days in Calgary. ? * ! ? > .> e- : > * 5" * > ' > SOCIAL EVENTS � � C � V � o �> iiii>etiii); place so tliat niembi-;^ wisliin..' to place the amount u.-n:ii!\ .-^peti! on teas could do so, llie ie.:iiir'y eolleet-cd in this way to be li.ed r,,,- [i,,, good of the ciiapter'a fiinds. .\.-; ihere-wa.-' no time to di:-i(;!iss lli:^ .iiiieiiilijients �to the cojistitution, it will lii. neces- GENERAL ITEMS -Mr. J. G, Foster, the Consul-Gen- j eial of ibe Cnil-Ml States in Canada. 1 and Mr--, l-'oslev v,-eve in Whineiie- | ka. Illinois, T, � S. A, lately %vliere> j the niai !iay;i- of ilieir son. .Stephen j of the C. S. Ariiij' took place. My. \ Hteplieii For.ii-y will le;ive slioilly ; for service overseas. i .Mrs. Uaiiiiingtoir.  eliief superiiilen-' dent of I bo Victori.m Order of .Vurses ; of Canada iir.s gone lo Toronto (o lecture on liie wotk d laieiy Anyone hav-ing Old ciu.ni loliaccj boxes or half iionnd ten lio.yes (ilea.se phone the secretary, Mm. Tlu; chy))-, ter can make use of aboul ;">n of tliesei liislitules 01' Oniaiio. \vhen ihe medical seliool ins|)ect,io 1 and oIlK-r lie^alUi (iiobli'iiis will be considered. ' THE SPIRIT OF FASHION- CRAFT r/ Fashion-Craft clothes are produced to meet all requirements of the critical dresser. on street, in office, at home, or abroad, a feeling of well dressed comfort is assured. FasKion-Craft clothes are made in all desirable modes plus many exclusive features designed by our own artist-tailors to accentuate style, comfort, and lasting powers. ready for service or made to meaiiure. price range $20 to $50. positive value and satisfactory service. ^ �--. f Exclusive local selling agency LOUIS KEEL FASHION CRAFT STORE LETHBRIDGE ^liss Hiiali f^oiil. a young sot iety j girl of .Mount Vet'non, X. Y,, lost the j unique tiction site took against I Gustave Vollni�. choir practice. Latter Day Saints-Tuesday tit 2,;!0, IZellof Society meets; subject, "Home Koonomics." Christian Science-Regular weekly tcsiimony me?liiig on Wednesday at S p.m. tiaptist-Tuesday at 4. the .'Mission ]' Band will meet on Tuesday instead of Monday, 'Wednesday, tlieie will be no prayer service on account of the services in the ('hristian churcli. Tiuirsuay at 1, the Gadies' A-ld will rnccl, Thursday at ,,'!, Mi.Hsion tMrcle will meet in the cilurch. Thursday eve.'iiii.g at S..'!ii, choir iiractlee in tlic church. United-Monday evening at ,S, lUc CliriEtian Kndeavor moet in tlio church. Weilnesdny evening at ,S, prayer service. Thursday afternunn at 2.:ai. annual moeling of ibe \V.,M. S. in llie Fii'ited church hall. Thursday c.venin.i; at t'i,:U), f/adies' Aid will give a supper and concert for I lie wives and mothers of soldiers on the honor roll of tlie church, lienor roll of the church. Friday evening, senior choir jiiacticfi. will meet on I'riday instead of Thursday. � St. Auguatin's-.Monday evening at 7.;'.0, Boys' ussociat'ion nieeting, Tuesday evening at Sil'O, Sunday school teachers meet. Wednesday evening al .S. iutereession service, Wesley-Monday evening at 7,2o, cainp-llre girls will meet in Wesley hall and march in'a body to the V, M, 0 choir practice. TABOO DUIG WAR , Lelhbridge will not get a Carnegie library while the war is on. That, in effect, was the text of a letter considered this morning by the citV council from Mr. Bertram, secretary of the Carntigie I<'oundation. The letter went on lo state that the original otter to the city, made about lii years ago, might now be considered lo have iaps-ed, the city never having availed itself of the offer. Continuing Mr. Bertram pointed out that no grants were being made while the war is on for the reason that the material, labor and money required to erect a library at this time is more needed for the purpDse< of winning the war. The effort which was started ut a winter meeting of the Forum .therefore comes to naught so far as any grant from the Carnegie fortune is concerned. The council has already made provision for his return by adding $3000 to (he police eatirnates. � Wl LSON OPPOSES IT ' CIF SKEIION IS ING tiOl explain Skelton, former chief of police, has written the' council recant-ly that he expects his discharge from the army shortiy to date from April 2nd. His papers are now in Ottawa. , He aUites that he will be ready to I'etnrn toi ^Lelhbridge and take charge of Ibe police department as soon as the tinal papers are received hy Uim. Washington. April 22.-President Wilson came out today In opposition to the Chamberlain bill, which would try vlolattons ol the sedition laws by court martial and in a letter to Senator Overman of North Carolina, declared his belief that the measure is unconstitutional. If enacted, the president declared, the bill would place the United States on a level with its enemies. The measure, he said, is opposed to the spirit and purpose of the espionage laws. YiNOL MADE THIS RUN-DOWN WOMAN STRONG Her Sicnad Letter Prove* This. Re�lit Keene, N. H.-^'"! was atl run down, had no strengtb, no appetite and a bad cough, so that a good deal of the time I was uniit for work. My druggist told me about Vinol. I took it, and my cough soon disappeared, my appetite improved and I am strong and well again."-Hrs. Irine D&vii, 50 fiussell St., Keene, N. H. 'Vinol ig a conatitutional cod liver and iron remedy �4iich creates an ap^ petite, kids digestion, enriches the, blood, and in this natural manntr creates strength. We guarantee it J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druagists, Lethbridge Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. ;