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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APniL L�l'. ini� Tin: LKTunniDdi: r)\ii.v i i uAr.i) PA or. NINE MILADI A PRAYER IN KHAKI 0 Lord, my Cloil, ai cppt my iiiiiyrv i>r ttmnkH Thiit Thou ilMt pliiicd nic hiioildy in thp r�nki� Wlirre I run do my par', all iiiiurntid A nlmple nolJInr Jn Thy uroat rni^iulc 1 pmy the*, Lord, let othprs tiiki' roni- mand; Knouith for me. a rifl'> in my liunU, Thy blood-red ImnitPi' i-vit li'adini? me Whrrr I tan ((nhf for IIIktiv und Th.> lil4� my comradf;." ill til. fUrht, To dl�. If ofM b*. tn Bonip lorPiRii UDd- AbsqJ��;d and Bolftr�>d hy a noldior's "hand. O f.ord. my God. pruy liarkcii I ft my priiypp And Kflpp me rvr-r luimlili', U'tp iik' Thp fljsht iH thi(k!!l. wlifip. iiiidnt mWl lind nnnio, Tliy .H(�ii� Kfvr Imttli', chUIiik (jii Thy namo. - AVrittPii from hi:* tiiiiiiiiiK i;in)|) to The Outlook by Uobcrt (iarlaTil.  * * I'ERSONAU  Miss \"crd;i l.iiyloii of i'.ii ilMioii sjiiMil thii wri'k tMid ivltb Mr. and Mi-^. :.. M. I'oiiiuhfi.    Mirtsi'g Mamln and lllaiuhi- Ittodk ; j silent ihi' w pi'k end Willi tlipir par-iiilM ill 'Citii'i    Miris i; Mi)lmaii (if Talii'r was ;i Wfik-niil \i,.|lor in lln- I'Ky. m m m I Mm W. It, Vliiiir- and fHm;ly W ;i I la.I. wi'.'l. Ill iiiak'- thPir hiuiii- in j New Wcsllllllislcr,   � Mr. and Mr-i H H, .Mllih''ll jn-, Iravdig (ii.lay rcir t'alKury. Mr. )! ; riit'l) will taki' iiji hi-! ni'w busiiu'Ms In ' Naiitim. lit- win u'tiirn in f|i'' fall    > Dr and Mrs. l.iilTerlv and Mi^s l.afl riy have i.iiiriit'(l lioiii tlrelt fali.--, wlii'ie ilicy have lie.-n vijlliim'.  � � Mrs. W 1�. I, ilai-ai- arrived tills afieiiiooii Iroiii visiiiiii; iu IHkIi Kivfr    \ inass riii-i'tiin; for kIiI^ 'vas held very reviidy in. otiuu a (o inaiiKui ale n new Inoveiimiil wiilch liad fur ^, I llM objCM't llio welfiiie i)f the wurklnnl^ CHURCHIt AMD SOCIETIES �> Ulrl nwny frimi lioijip ' ^ Mr- Merrl'k Ot \\lMlll|ie� spent llie 1 Week-eiiil 111 |l|i> il|\ ,\ IlieOllnK f ''   * ] will he Iii!|l! HI Ille .>fayrir llurdt.' Ii.i- rriiirned rr>)iii .siarnpx. 7.",i) "fh .Xveii 1 u liiM liiiF^iiU'sH Irlji 10 Oitawn sharp' on Tuesday.   * i.vnitiers of till' Sn '. m Mr and Mr.s .\!iee . I-; 1 May, I! r. ai-c ilie i;ne i>: Mr and I 1 endliii; ipemlirrit � � n,' Mr.; I(. I Hr\ Miller I urisent.    I   � Mr Hiid .Mrs .( ^ liwi-i nf Harmi: ; The flr^l iinl'ni iiie. ii.! ir wr�re week .'lid ^Visjlm^s m Iji.. ,i:v I ;,i^e Ulll.s will lie liei.l ,1 .Mr- and .Vlr.s S ^eil iriv ' ity I'cir the ej.-t atlel a si l,..,-e 111. the \ M. I' .^. loiii.'ii .Mrn .Spaldini; lia ^ )s in c'.i; ur (ifl'in's iis Kcivii' Kary ' ,, | 4 o > : 4* �: > 4 '> ^ > > Hiiiin hiihil hKiPK d i' d> �v,is de:-id Ida' . ? SOCIAL EVENTS >!� ^>"^ Ikis.- I ;if llie rlia Jl'ii '.^ tlltlil Tile liarc and honiids ui"'e mil .11 nil no iline tn di^iiiss ., fere" and iml in a im.^l enerifi 1' 1.j tlie m;-,s! 11 iition. alteriiiion. .M the . nii liisien ilie'.;a;y 1,1 e.UI a s[if(-ial i;ir!s inei in the 1 iiiili .� fi>i' a well-j purpose. Dati.- tn le' : eariied -.iiiiiier under ilie riiape: on.iKe ' Vny'ine lia\.ii;; ONi of Miss l-'isner and Mi-^ Alev;,,,,! ,^ ;iniiTid and rilniiieil in die evening ti:e,| Imt - pa.nic llic secretary, happy after llie d,->.\ s (iii'im;' iter eaii make use 1,1 :. 1 1918 ; ' �� i'm--'\\ -'fe'^ Jti*v � � V mm THE SPIRIT OF FASHION-CRAFT I I I V \ Ml 'h'l I;., ,1 rh.ipi. I 11 11 1: � I 1 111 ir I .iir tl.w II � 11 111' 1,' i|' 1 �  ��. .|I||- W '|1 |.- ' e;i ; 1.1 ,i . : . l;. �'II'I I ;,d-'.'l v. I.'- ''t e ,j,' � i M 1 � I - .11 i �; the L ''H- Mill 11.1 h l'.'" ' �' I ' 'I II I. I' 'I I � li 111 ml ' .1. !� |.'ii;:;l I ' ilir, I 1 );iiii � IV, I lli'U- 1! -Ir r^ Fashioii'Craft clothes are produced to meet all requirements of the critical dresser. on street, in office, at home, or abroad, a feeting of well dressed comfort is assured. Faphion-Craft clothes are made in all desirable modes many exclusive features designed by our own artist-tailors to accentuate style, comfort, and lasting powers. ready for service or made to meature. price raiiffe $20 to $50. poiitive value and tatitfactory service. - 1 ^ Exclusive local selling agency LOUIS KEEL FASHION-CRAFT STORE LETHBRIDGE I )�� at.' .'ii I II' ih ,.,' '��!� � ' ' " ' I .'�.,'. .-i (� nih ir.i . iuI h.i' �  '1" Ki'iKTiii .....  ;m; n'l ."he ; ' .'1 ' ' I'.'I e will il." Ill..... 1 ur "1 � .IV il 'I'.i'' 'ii'.r -,1.111." i'l'". #  � c- : � :  : : GENERAL ITEMS ? -: �: .;. :- .1. fj. 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If.: 'f.'.eii'f f i.j [II .11' �- I'l'.' .1 - .ar on lier i h ii. win. h .- le � . ;.tiiii I'll was (in,, tn li'-nl ;;.'ii' nl 11'.- de I'.aii.iii' iu renviviut; .i ued' , ENGLISH HODGE-PODGF. \V,i\ � of ii'-iiii; nil o'lil I ,is 1.1 II.. ..I . ..Ill I.' ii;ilienlm; tlieiii n.i in i!" e 'it it' ere aiwjN's Weli i.ni.' 'n ' I'll! Imn kei'iier. Tlii, 'lisii �.\ili ev ,1 111.' iiKisI part :i wiUi anili'ivs 11.1 I", evi'al ninvriiis. .ofli"' l.mii liei.li nr Slipiar -Kl'ilie.l .-..ili ill'-aI rul;>d Thin rye hrea.l. Jelly IMhi:. r l)eviil".l laiiape.. N'.iil hi:lis liiou'n ;;ravy Vu lied po-laiii'-s. lairn's. pe;,.:. ('"h'!'\ and ai'iih' SiiUiil. .Mi.pl-' W'.isliiim'tiii pie ' ilieiiUla'.i - (ir.inci s. Fi ieil eiirii-III. ;i' ii'ir 1' Willi I iieese ;ind iiinien ins 'rnasteil . ; umpi'lsynip. Cii!-', fee. I l^lllli)) nil l;,i),eij Pv>:s .111 ^.Tiilin, I Ih.sloii liM.wn hread and li.Hier la"- , line Siiv.ed ruhliarli Pinner- Uai-Ie.v hrotli and riip Cr. allied liaddoek. liasiied lii.iwn pntiitoes. liiiilei'ed lieels. Wiii'ln r\f giiilier lireiid willi li'iiit siune Mi Ubi^ TLOeek intbc Cii^ Churches Knox-.Monday evt'iiinK 7 :'.ii: Uny Srmit.s ,vill nu'ct in llie school room. Tin Mi.iy . the � lirlRiiaii Knih'avor neet in the ehurih \\'eiln�>sdii.'> eveiiinn at s, [irayer neivier. 'rhnr.silay afternoon a; 2.:;ii. aiinnul moi'tinit of the \V..M. S, in III:' rii'.ii'd 1'liuii.li hall. Thurs day cveniir^ al il.-'ln. Ladies' .\iil will Kiv�i a KUpia r nnii loiiceit for llie wives and moiliLMs of soldiers on llie' lionnr roll of the ihiircli. ] hojior roll of the eliiireli. Kriday j nvetiint?. nenior eholr pun ileo will | ineot on I'vlday instead of Tliur-day. j St. Augu&tln'i-.Monday pvt^nini; at 7 ;in. Hoys' uisoeliitlon nu'Ptlnn. Tuesday evonlnK al S;:HJ. Sunday nehoo! (ea KfrJii wU) lliept in NVesle,\ hall and mnveh In u hndy to llie \. M. V. A. vooniH (or pliyHkal exer-risos. Tiienfliiy al 7.IIP, Hoy .'Hoiiis nioullPK. WedneHday, liie riiKuUir prayer KervieB hug lieeii withdrawn in favor oi' the sperial Berviee in the I hrl-itian ehurcli Thiirndny ai monthly inii>tliiB of the Woman s .Ml.isioniiry Unclety riie uiel�ov(vis not vsnthn lo scare you into a f Htate that the nrlKinal offer to the city, made about IT. years ago. liiiKhl now he conttlderBil to have Japii-ed, the (ity never having aralleil tt-aelf of the offer. Continuing Mr. beriraiu pointed out that no grants ^^tlvtl tieint; made wlille th� war la on fur the reation that Ihii material labor and money required to erect a library at this tlin� is more needed for the purpose of winning the war. Tho effort which wa� aturted ut a winter niuetlug of the Korum .fhere-fore i'ome.s to naught no (ar any grant from the Oarnegle (ortunu Ih concerned. CHIEF SKELION IS E I'ftptaln Skolton, former chief of police, has written the council recently that he iixpeeta hlH diaeharge from the army �Uorlly to date from April L'nd. HlH iiapem ure now In Ottawa. , He Kti|)eB that he will be ready to return t� Lethbrldge and take charge uf the pt.'llce department a� aoon mh the Unal paper* are reeeiv�4 by blm. ion for hlH return by adding I300U to the police eatlmateB. � � iS.-J WILSON OPPOStS IT ' WaHhlngton. April 22.-Preaident Wilaon came out today In oppoaltloii to the Chamberlain bill, which would try violations of tho sedition laws by court martial and In a letter to Senator Overman of North Carolina, declared hl� belief that the measure uiiconxtltutlonal. If enacted, the president declared, the bill would place the United Staten on � level w/th Us enemies. Tho meaaure, he aald. Is opposed to the i^pirli and purpose of the espionage lawn. YINOL MADE mS RUMXyWN WOMAN STRONG 1W Kmm. N. H^"! �bi sn ran down, bad no Mtvnitb, no kppotite tad a bad cougb, to tbat a good daal of tha tinta I waa unfit lor work. My draigiat told ma abotit Vinol. I took it. and my cougb aoon diaappaarad, my appatita improved and I am Btrong and wall again."-%� Irina Davia. 50 KiuaaJI St., Kaana. N. H. Vinol ia a conatitutisnal cod Uvar and iron ramadp which crastaa �< padia, btda dlgMliM, anrkhaa OW' blood, and in thia aatural man-* creates atrangth. Wa gturantaa It J. O. HiOINhOTHAM A 00.. LTO, Orumiata. kalMrMta Also at tha baat dniMtaU in M Aibarta tawnan ;