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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SA'llJnDAY, APRIL 27, 1018 PAGE FTFTEE-N-^ ELECT OPFICERS, W. McMiikiMi; coiTesDondiiiR w.rrc- r~'- limy. MvH. (.'. K. nnuuiow; IfwiHiirL-/-. Till" W. M. S. ol Wt'slej' chiircli liolil Mrn. P. Kntfi/io/id; j)i).s.4;on limid thnlr luinuiil mcBllnK ventonlay nft'iSr' 'pi'lor, i\!rs, ,1, 10. Lovcriiii;; supcrln noon. Thoi-o v/u� a good attendanco I �y�leinaU(; gIvJ.iK, Mm. Nor t.]id tlic following otdcci'H wern eUiot-e.l I'oj- llio tinfliilirg'ynnr': President, MvH. Dr. PiHlbraitli lul, vicc-pvRHidniif, Mrs. ('. 10.' t!raBg'; I'lid vice-prnaldpnt. ituui; iilaiiist., Mrs.,K. Uowiilns; aSHt.. l)lanist, i\Ir�. Dr. Cr^jeg;,.. convenor of flowor commlUfeH, Mr8.�-GixHl. -I'lro Uifforciit icpnrlH showoiUtlio auxiliary 1.0'lie ifi H))leiidi(i oondltion with briKlitr, AlrM. li. K. Skcilh; n^cordlnK KCiTolary,; prortjioctH tfir the iioiniiiB year _ - _ _'_ V � _. _ ^ ' Cotton and Lisle Hose SPECIAL Friday,. Saturday and Monday 70n pairs ot BLACK AND TAN COTTON AND LISLE HOSE in sizPH four (o Inn. Not all sizeH in ovory lim: but, rtll sizes in the lot, and llioy arc to clear at A Consoling Friend Learn to lean a little on music-for inspiration--for sol-T ace-^at any time W you may feel you ^ need a friend, t ^ The Victrola with Victor Records will give ^ you music suitable for every mood. Following B list contains splendid selections. 3 Hungarian Dance No. 6, played by - Philadelphia Symphony n Orchestra. Record No. 64753. C  Hungarian Dance No. 5, played by Philadelphia Symphony h S t 0 r e s Orchestra, Record No. 64752. "The Old Refrain," sung by John McCormack. Record No. 64559. "Chorus of Dervlshoj," violin solo by Jascha Heifetz, Record No; 64759. "Poor Butterfly," violin solo by Fritz Chreijler, Record No. 6465.5. ' 'THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA EVERY STYLE-EVERV PRICE AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS fOR YOU TO select fROH itintltti BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH ST., LETHBRIDGE The Painless Dentist Joke HERE will I find Dr. the .swollen faced individual of a pns-palnleaa dentlRl," aslceu"'aii anxious, serby. "Two blocks along and-half a block down," replied the facetious citizen. "You can't miss the place, you'll hear the .screkms ot the patients." This, of couvao, �was before modern uietjioda ot painlessness were introduced to dentistry: But of these methods we have macloa life study. jVo loHKcr n(^ed you dread the deutisls's chair. Put all your fears ||side when you come to our otficJW for dental worit. Thousands ot grftteful, satisfied patients testify to (he fact that. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. . Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High'Grade American Dentistry PHONE-363 . Ott Blk., 4 Doors from LethbriUge Hotel, Mibridgc LETHBRIDGE, AUafiltTA CALOARV .OFFICE-lltA'EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. f'hfirtly Id Ir.'ivo l'i)r /iji!itn}'y llff \\\v\ '111" ;-.ritli'-fiii;; \vi--ii'(l (It"! slii^ril Liiii (JKir joiiiucy f'.i'iiii;; tli'.'Jii ;i : ol'f''.villi (Ik; old .�io)i;,'. �'i'liuy an jully i** ; >.* : > * * ? .� . : .�' PEKfeONAL I'fat. h .'' vr. ton; prn-natal caiB oC the motli- iT, \ty. Calbrailli; �!. music'; -I-IO. child wcli'air UMiturc, Hi'v. II. Dohaoii;. l'/.'(.i in.s;; 7-!', l.itllc iiio'iber'a donion-st.ratinn clasSi; ,s. i:liirn ;iian's ad(frftss. I(i:v. ilo(li;iM.s; S.IO. sfilo, .Mi.sg .Mirwiie jiazcil,.,.!)'.:!(/, >. (iUair-iiian'h a(ldri\s.s, . Kain'v; :!.10. pre. viuiiinn ot inri.'cli(l^.^ disyasi's in cliild-i-i.ii. Dr. 1 due 1'. \\. Cauipbi'll; ;'..ta, iniisic;, [ icatioU thi-(iut'.h Iilay, .MiSH | I.O.O.f. ANN:Vl!\::Anv A sreat crowd Sir. .]. V. llanilny, of r.ethbiidKf, : , lis siwiltlinK h,rcw..day^^ in llii' city ! ''Willi his runiily.-balKniy lleralil. ]. walker'Dunham arrive,.. ^^"n^" a!miv.'-v-^^^^^ 'li wfiet 31esf;r. .\! t.js jiessie Ha zel; .S.'Jli. tliiM'Il ild's in-' iKl.iresr.i!S. JiuKh 1'��I'-nn. H.A.. i'..D.; ' h.-iii aiiee. Or. "[.att'erty: .^..-.i). solo; y, e'inu.-, .'.ee ;inil hi'ii;' v.'IrU e.sii Ix- done ;i *> > ? : SOCIAL EVENTS d at her home last evening by the Slater of The Dadies' Society of the li. of L. F. ancV K. Lodge, otj- .which Mrs. .Merrill has been president for two .veai-s. The !od({o presented her with a gold membership pin and a beautiful boufiuet of red carnations in which was entwined ribbons of the- lodge-colors. Mrs. Showers made the' pres-' cntation address, expressing the sincere apiireciation of the Sisters for the successful efforts put forth Jiy Mrs. Merrill for the benefit of Itie , Ladies' Society, also teiJdered tlie rs-j grets of the Sisters at her departun?)! from tlio city for a tew months owing to ill-health, fn a brief reply Mrs. Merrill thanked the Sisters for their kind remembrance to her. A pleasant evening was spent and light refreshments were served. Those .who contributed to the evening's entertainment were Mes-dames Showers. Oilkes, Wardman, Gogan. liall, Scott, Swanson and Miss McKay. *  * ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES >! ^ ? : > : ? : : ? jl.tu. The meeting will be a short one. ^ Both classes of Home Nursins will meet at the Nur.sos' Jlonio at 7.'!,'') to-ni.'r'it. * * '1' The Art Moedlnwork CMiib wlil meet at the hom'fi of Mrs. Boulton, 0th Street, on Monday afternoon. lion by Jliss .AI. .Sii.-;i;i. The Veterans' .li-'.'.r! �'.a.: ih-n ;iri � j scnted to i\lr. .1. Urcln' 1.;, 'ih'j.ii- lliir-iiett, P.G.. Willi a tc-w i-i iii;u-|-:s r'i;ai'il-ing tlie disti'nct, and sn-.niri'-en! le.nor of this .1(;.we! wliiel) 1 ep/.-.s! mf; ,v.\ lien-oi'oible record of 25 ye:,i st rvic" in 'be Oddfelbiwr;. .Mr. b:-:!i|ie nia.l" a sail able reply lellin;; .�.uiii'- in 11 is-si ii';-fact's rcgardinr; the n.'w it.iy.-: ,if jiie lod^e. 'flje next l|i';:i,s �..fic a solo by Mi.sH 1'"". Virtue.�'.'iolo. .Mis \','ellin;';-ton and soio, Miss I. ?.iiinriie wiiicli was enthusiastically i'n'':iie'|. l''o|low. ing this .was.ari adiir'-.s- by XU-w (,'. Raker, speaking in il:e i)bn-e uf Dr. .Stanley, JM.L.A.. of lUi b Div.-i-, v.bo was unable to be pi.'seiit. .Mr. lial;er gave some, most iiui,re;.iini; sui;;;'':--tions and thought-!') nduc iiie; remarks rp,eanling the ma!i.\- v.niiibrriil ideas inipioil, in the term "I'.rotlierhoml," i Saying that brolheiliouil is a like-rotnvneil ."i i ,,i,,iQjnc is that is .�oinimm to us ail, that ho man. i�. I'Omiilete without 1 another, tlijit it jin-ans freedom, is iin-.solfisli aud has a luiivcr.sal asneet. and ended by remarkiu;: iliai we shall only gain a untversai ix.'aee ilirough brotherhood. This w;is ioilowed by an inslriimcuta! sekvrtio;; b.i- .71]-. l!asa"il-os and an address by Mr. .\. Duu-lo]), moving a volwof ihaiilis to all who took part in th'*" emert .>iiinienf. esjie-cially Kcv. C. litiker. tin's was followed b.v a solo by :Miss ;m. Weliimjlon, the bo.xology. anil v. i.nayjr by llie chajilaln. ."Miss --.\larf;:ii et.. Siiiitb ami Miss Arnold didyiii'jst of the aecoui-panyintc. . � . " .. Refre3luiieut:v,.iWcre ,f1ien s'TvoiI and coiicludeii a .inost, irajiiue and entertaining eVenih'g. .'rhe Oddfellows from the city lodj,'es \'.';.re prc.-:ent as well as the m'-'mbers of tiic iJoiiiiiiioti Re-ijokah Lodge, aiifi. othf-m- frifi'iids. There j 'Were akso two young im*h who are Toronto Conservatory of Music sir Edmund .Walker, C.V.O., Pres. Dr. A. S. Vo!jt, Musical Director Midsummer Local 'Examinations ih Music The Cotisorvatory's Examiner in the Practieai Branches -^viU conduct f'\-�mtaatiDns in' Mani--toba. Saskatchewan. Alberta, and British t'ohiuibia durin;; the latter part of .luue or early |iart of .July ne.vr. i'.el'inite . Barclay ut ;!t2 ISfh St. N., on .Monday afternoon at 2..10. - - �* ,a* ..... "What is the meanfiig. jiiod'c jand 'subject of' OJu'iBllaii. hnptl'smvfe Thl|i Will ,he the suhlecr of'I'ifr. Cragg's ieria! Army receive (lioir parcels from the Oeutrjil Prisondrs-,-of War Itclief Oommiltoe, unless by retiiiest they ave taken over by . tl!e Qanadiau i.Hud Crg.sa Society,' which iias already, and is willing to undertake agaiit'to adopt Canadian aviators in this uervjce by pay-.-i,,; fuvnisb funtts ' ..........-.. -..................................................-----------...... .-IG-.ja-HE CAN,,..,,! ADIAN AND SplTlSH RED CRO-SSS 13.THEREBY PROVIDlNQ..AL-SO FpH CANADIAN, BR^TtSH AND AliUIED Pf\lS ChUdreii's Cloth Top Patent Leather Boots: JIcKay sewn sole, neat jind dressy for any occasion. Slsies S to IQi/i. Regular prltje $3,25. Saturday night | aq special ...... ......<., 1 aSlSf Stop-OnShoe Polish) In ox blood and tan. K Saturday night, special .., 0_C Sihoker's Headquarters "j�*thflnd�r" Ciflart, 10 In Wx, for ,........,............. ?0c "Plliyers" Clgarettei,,-60 In tin box, for...........V..... Mc El ftoi Tan Cigars, 4 for ... ittc . ..We have in stock a. limited �up-*pty ' of the _followina popular smoker's mixtures: �i^MiB.-O.V,, "amW^m^- ; CApftfjiii HJlld, Benedictine-: ,!Sm6.1tltt6-'r|Mx-ture, Knglaad J\Jl.xture. i^Il';, cjoh-taiu ',8 of lb/ liegivlar' <%|J^ 35c. Saturd(�y night ..v.. 4dC lb. .JjWgniB^.tSr 3?^i#ico. ;