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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUBDAt, AUGUST 18, 1019 1 iE LLllIblilDGIi OAILY HEIiALf.  �   l>BII80NAL �  "  Mrs. Paul Eddy la spending a few days 1n Calgary. .- �   -. � lilfsn Bva Price lias return**! from the coast.  *  Mis* lU lAndsay is iipendtnK the Week-end with friends in Macleod.    Mr�. A. Hoaglln, of Bow Island, i� sjjonding a low days In tlio city., '   " ". ' .Mrs. Leo M. Coomhs entertained as h�r ^'upst (hiring Clikiitauqua week Mrs. C. r. MulKlri.; of "MfigTfltli. '  � Mr. a. W. Coomb."!, who lra.s been Ills"l^tieaf of Mr. and .Mrs. M. Coftnib* dnrlng the past two \v0ell.^ leftv-fbr Carilston tndny. , LIGHTS and. SHADOWS , By F. S. SL'GCK.SS , . , , , . I was asked the other evening to'dfi-fine SucresB. Modirling later on that wonderful object of man's eternal ^trlving, and golns through an old scrap-book, I was inipressed deeply with Uie foUo^ving little gem from Stanely: "He has, achieved success who has lived well, laughed o.'ton aad, loved tniich; who has giiined the respect of PAGE ELEVIi^ THIOAI^. Aup,. in, -In h'.a trip "!,B.flada,the f'r(?ir of Wales .will IraVWg* Ltfrd Shaughnet.^.v'K private car, -SlmlJ. ,hls lorflshlp ha.s placed at th#?WWflfftJ of the guem of the nation. ^&^pit�f>.i] is the flni-sh and eautpment -nt ,:the "Klliarney" that th�(^usual overnjiifllnj; that the car is NEW YORK LOOKS FOR A TIE UP inleUlgent kot and the love of little I "nffergoes esch y^ai- m all that negii,�Bary to piajfo it fit for a 'king." 'In ail'dltioil to the 'KIllRinev." the l�:^t� have Piistnjan -Ma^ulr^'Hiaa jupl returned for duty (tftc'r: Bt^ft'gdln.? hia annual Mr. und Mrs. r. .Vortnon Plack. the new super-i ISftiendenl of city srhools, ha.s reacued the cUy from Rcgina. - A. K. Kilmer Is in I hp cRy fTom Knnaluio to attend the fuuernl of his brother. jyU: J. T. McUregor has returned Ct) thii city 'after a . visit with . his li.ryther at Red Deer. �  .\lr. and Mrs. .1. 'a'. Bawdeo and two .-. � .� V.Mrs.-Tf ivrtN'abb and--S'tlss McCaiin liivc just returned from a holiday pent at J^ake IjOuIsb and Bau'f. '. �  �   iMrs.Bartle has returned to the city ahGp,�)Sy^pl.(^a,8aat yacaflon in Keilson, B.'C. ,Mp. .and Mi's.. N. /B. Peat and, Mrs.. Stafford returned home from Water-ton liftkes yes tardily.  Mns E..,G.wll and Miss Mln^e IJazell were .'gj/jeits'lij - Calgary ye;s-lerday,; They Are returning to this city after a trip to the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon, who live been camping In the mountains tor the past couple' of Vi^eeks, have re-turned to the city. ".:> ......l':r\; 'q.Vtoo^l^arrr'^?rtrm&frf''l1ianag�5r Ho?v',of-Kwnloopijf*'was in the city ,yt-sterda-y'"e'n'"von(^^for the east , Mrs. Griffiths and grandchildren. .Ml(tor) ;i!id .Mary ivdwartls. of Torn-most, are the guests of Mrs. T. S. Fetterly on their way home ifrom a visit In M'lk River. / , ' ' .Mr. Valid Mrs. Ceo. Mc!>febb and daughter lArdell have just returned from a month's out:ing at Lake Jjoulse, Banff and other, western outing points.   ', Mrs. Metcalfe and two children left last night for a two weeks' outing In Banff. -Mr, Metcalfe, who has been on a business trip to 'Vancouver, will Join his family In Banff. n AM Mrs. Hogge and* dtfugh.ier,. 6i Del-burniS' .who Have ilj.esfi thfe iguests of Mrs; Ri Crawford,'li'ate goiie to Cards-ton' where they will visit Mrs. Hogge's mother, Mrs. Podger.   > � * . ( Mr. and Mrs. B. .T. Faunch, of Edmonton, are guests jvjth Mr,.an.d, r Ruth and are in the'e'fty te't ihe. journey these I'll write you. What Is your addroas?" ! ^'l' drafted into the regular "Why. sir, ' criod the pcot, Ln despair, "if you don't buy that poem I sliau't have any address." , An exchange announces the mar-riago of Miss Pound to a Mr. I'eany. And still wa ask. "What's in a name?" Any Man will Vouch for This Optimism is when wou can amli,o' after looking all o^ar the place tor a collar button, only to find it hidden innocently under the bed in the farttf-erest corner of the room. According to reports 'from'ii, the Libera! convention burst Into sihg-liig "God Save the- K'ns:." after the election of a leader. Rather early^O solicit divine aid, is it hot? ' Mr. and Mrs. M. Parfltt and baby iave returned home after a month's liolidaying at 'U'iaterton LJikes and the ^keview ranch neajc-I^cher Creek. ; * I-' .'ui^f ^ Miss Ina McLeay is. an route home .rfom Gu'I i^HKe, n'Here' 'fbe has been i \vith her sister, Mrs. C.^S. Pingle, of J^edicine Hat. Capt. G. B. JIcKean, V.C., M.Cl. 1 M.M., 14lh Battallbh, otrEdmonton ^njl ' Calgary, aitd fonnerly �f. JJettijiridKo. , has retlfed in the British' JsiSs. Hia i book. "Scouting .Thrills," .'w^i'.ch ia based on actual happenings during ino w,ar,, has ' been ,,A'e.ry ,.'i4�9,rably reviewed by the Ehglisl'i press. � � � Judge and Mrs: Crawford and fant-ily, of Edmonton, flvho have been at the cvest for some time for the benefit of the judge's health, and who havo been in Portland, Ore., for the past t\vo week's, returned to "Victoria, B.cJ, today and will occupy the Bruc^ Powley house unty September, wlfefji they expect to retiirn to 'Edmonton,? , Or was it a-nico compiifiient to tiih new leader who is said to be-a staurtcli Mrs. jScotch Presbyterian? come Or again, perhaps the asseraliled Liberal cohorts accept the old saying at Its face value: "A slitch in time saves nine."  K "Monstrous" Convention The Toronto Globe bulletined the Liberal con-vertion Iri" front- of its �^'ongo street oft'.ce as follows: "The Monstrous Parly Convention Opens." And the Toronto Times tOok the trouble-.f?t to look up thermeaning of "nronstrous" with the -following result: "Out of the common course of nature; horrible;" r � AVe suppose .the Hon- McKeiwie ts wondering-if this applies-tp Kings in getiBMlt- ".Uneasy I'es'tbe head t-haf wears a ci^own:" ' ; - Miss Miller, who -"has been the Arrangements have now been completed for the biggest event ever to be held in the west, namely, the mili-! tary ball In honor of His Royal Higlt- luest of an-, and Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon, [ ness the Prince of Wales, .which is to fiffl for her home in Indianapolis this inorning. ...,-,' � ��   �jMr.^ Arthur Wade, B.Sc, recently of Re'glna. AWlved in the city yesterday, lie Is the new commercial ma.s-ter at tlie High school here. >  �'  jMrs. W. 0. L. Hardie and Miss In-, ibln, with Miss Cagg-e; of Loggieville, Jj-.B.. have been visiting .Mrs. .1. S. Jfenes at High River this week. VMrs. F. W. Bennett and daughter:-^. Misses Violet, Lillian and;Oraoe, uav-b .ri^lurned to %ht\ o'.ty after a plensani vacation spent at the coast.' The dance given last evening by members of the Aquatic Club in the boathOtise at Henderson I.,ake was a s'ghal .svfoc^ss. The music was espe-clBlly.JBood and over a huri'dred guests were liresent to enjoy the evening. take place in the Armories at Calgary on the night of Sept. 16, and which will be under the auspices o!f the officers of the C.E F. militia and permanent force of M.D. No. 13. * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -> :  > �. :. > .:. � A special meeting of the ladlss of St. Cyprian's church i.s called for Monday, August 18th, at the parish rooms, at 3.30 p.m. All are requested to be present. , -' . The Art Needlework Club will meet THE DEACON SAYS � The reason why wa'Often .find the sermon dry is because we are sitting BO durn close to the Devil; .  OUR WEEK-END POl�E Is the world agrowln' better'! 1 tell you, boys, shp is; , . There's one long hell for .Knockers, And there they'll fry and siz Till the good Lord says they've had enough, � . "i'ou bet the G-rouch will can his guff, And meet you with a rainbow smile Athinkin' of that hell the while. All hail the glories of that happy � ,r,, .shore. , Where long-faced Knockers �r� no more. service, and then tho t;Rna-dlio pwbiic -will enjoy the disllnrtlou of traveiilng � in cars that �will have bean a portloa of a royal train. if ' teleoraphic briefs ? *  ^ ^ ^ - > : -> ? * Forest fires are-sweeping the Parry Souiid district in Ontario. Iralgary tn'achinisls have signed up T^th^.^the intexnatiohiil. 'iQfSanizaUon of an independent Labor., party will, he perfected at Calgary? �Bon. ' R. G: Chsrb'berlin. chief invesligat-in'gofiicerfif^ tile-Dominion Police, Is the new �omniissloiier of Dominion Polifee. ' � " The end ofiAugfist probably will see the Bignlng- of the Austrian peace treaty, .thfl I'aris Journal declares. *rbe Sues 'caliRr-has been blocked bv the sinking 'r,ir the Italian cruiser fiasUlcita after ap'Vxplcsion. according "to adVlto.i.tliscuss' questions of oil liegislation .�nd;the development of Article 27 of th�s .constitution, under which thfi.jpetfojpum industry would be nation�H|ij8dfc Strikijiig. sT)2pi^rf'1t'ii}l'me(ilianids Te-turne^ to work ,c^;, the'SoBton and Maine' Eind Boston,' and "Rlbany railroads and on the ,ed'sterly ^ejid of the New York, New.j^rven aitd. Hartford systeto, . . .~:, - .Archduke Joseph', Jiead of the Hun;: garian state, has.;a*ppointed a. new goy Cltwtli, 2R�ifc|rn�ri'; - �nJr J�j ,^cl(i>�r' � fot rrl�. .  ; '_' EsUbliihcd over fifty jsars - AU Ocpartmrata tnm . Kindtri-irUn � . . .(^airenUTMattlcalatMi. rv s -.-p-,-7jB{TB; Becausc^c^buyTohlyTtheT^wy, fine^ spring'j,wheat dired: from! the farnlers-^and grind, it; right hei'e on. the'prairies in our.mag-| nificent modern milis.^ ' "�' ' Tha t'stwh y t w e *g u a r a It tee^^ refund'the full purchase price,' and 10y*added if after two bak-, ings, Robin Hood Flour_dpes not thoroughly,suit you.^ ^ " Order a iripljack from [ '~'t .' '"hi" ' " � IWRNINGfllN iBfewducMi 40 yean mto itill fA� 6c�f; MRS IHE TERMS OF PEACE in 9sx^ home are the Coods ihat insure health and steeti^ for every memherof the family. Shredded meat Biscuit is aSummer life-saver. The tasty crisymess of the baked ffkole ^eat Uends nai-urallyand^dM^SQindfy mtkherries and other fruits. Awlcome relief front the heavy foods of A^^ter. Ready-cooked and ready-to-eat - no kit-dkcni?orry or vrork. INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS , NOW AT EDMONTON EDMONTON. Aug. 15;-Some; 120 congress reached Edmonton over the Canadian Pacific Railway el; 1Q:3Q this morning for the sessions to be held. They were met at, the station by iMayor Clark apd members of, the board of trade, later being taken; to the MacDonald hotel, where, t^isy will make their headquarters during their stay in the city. ; 1 At 12:30 o'clock' they were enter- � � n I. .i|.if talned at limcheon by. .the 1>o*rd otC trade and were formally weIt dinner and later % reception will .be held at goTcmment house. For the Best,J^|yt^)^Ft^ Wbi^ Describing The Adveri^ment That -;-j,% , .-'-- Interested Me Most During the Montli of August, and ^9(l|Qr, the Herald will gWe 16000 In eaah prtoM tn women fpr the beat letter talMnfl whieh arfwtrtia** ment of a leoai buaineis houaa during tha meRtM of August intereated tham meat. Thaaa lattara will enable advertisara to undaratand battar'tha kind of advertiaementa^thAt appeal to woman, and th|i� help them to malce thetr atora �iawe mer* ,lirtar^ eating. It of courae, raceoniud that mmt women find the atere anneuneamanta ana of the most intereating featuraa of a nawapapar and It is tha desire of both the^advertiaar and tha,-Horald; ' to eultlvate thia' intereat. , ,. Pleaae Judge on/y tha advartlaainanta �# tha Lathbrldge tjuslnissa plaeaa^ lrraa|>�ekk<-M00a- - . sary for you to clip the advartlaemtliV yt^u flhi^ the meat interesting each day and- hold*It uiitU -you find one that makoa a atrongar^ai^a^. to you. The following eaah prisea wlllLbf^iiyenj|i,. v ., ; / . Best Letter ...... Second Best Letter Third Best Letter Fourth Bast Letter Fifth Beet Letter .. Any woman may where aha raaidas. - *   � e a �  t  a � I  ................ \% ......&90 aand a latter rafHtrdlsaa of All.^lettara will be turned ever to the storas wheoe advertlaomenta are doaoribad. All you haye ,to do la to write .a letter to *h� Herald telling which lopal advertiaement Intarsate you most, and why! Address your iattar. to Ths Herald^ "Moai Intereating Advartiaamant Dept." ' All Jettara must tie'ssnt In by September fOth.: Mrs. G. W. Aoblnson, Pres. Local Council Of Women; Mr. R. T. Brymner,*^ Act Prea. of Board of Trade; Mr. James Rose, See. Board of Ttiirie and Retail Merchants' Assoolation. will ' Judgsa and will .deoHie'which are the five tore, . � v,.---.: To the store whose advertisement is daaorlbed in the best letter, the Herald will gl.Ve,4 ha|f