Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATUnDAY. AUGUST 17, 1918 THE LETffPttTOGE ^lU^---......... iJAILy rw:RALD PAGE ELEVEN � PERSONAL � � � Miss Hazel Toombs loft this afternoon tor Calgary. Mrs. Uoy Camoron and son of Modtcluo Hal are vlsItinB llrierids in (ho city. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron were formerly residents of Lethbridgo. m m m Mr. K. i\. Bell has returned from camping In the mountains, Mrs. A. Willlamaon and son have Toturnod from visiting in Nelson. mm* Mrs. Junies Wllllnmson lias as her guest MlHB A. McBiirnoy of Klllnrney, Alanltoba. m * m Mr.s. S. Saunders, of Pincher Creek, is In the city having been called hero by the death of her mother, Mrs. Keaa. ' � Mrs. J. N. Kennedy and daughter Dorothy who have lieuu the guests oC Judge and Mrs. J. A. Jackson have left for their home In Winnipeg. � M Sir. 'H. Mahou Is' leaving today to visit Iho coast citibs in British Columbia and Califpmia. Mrs. Ifawifis who has been the guesi of Dr. anrt-'sfra. D. A. Taylor left yesterday to visit In Conrad, Montana. Mrs. J. W, Briscoe has returned to her homo 'in Coleman after visiting her father in Rosslnnd. � Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Walker left yesterday tor Calgary and Banff. m m m Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Rylands and family have returned from a two weeks' holiday spent at Watortou Park. ti m m MIsa Dorothy Glayzer Is spending Uio week-end with friends in Ccwley. * IMlBs Katherine Stinaon Is now In Jloose Jaw where she Is giving a flight exhibition. � Miss Mabel Johnstone, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. U. Rylands. for a tew weeks returned to her home in Regjna yesterday. * * :\Irs. R. L. Sutherland and Uttlo daughter, Evelyn, of Bdnionlon, arrived this afternoon to visit the former's .m [LLSfflOTHABO eii- Her. W. F. Burns has returned from visiting at Waterton Lakes. � � mother, Mrs. U. Reynolds. Mrs. Royu-obis Is doing as well as can be expected. � * � Superintendent (;. A. Colterell of the C. V. n. at Medicine Hat, accompanied by Mrs. Cotterell and two children passed through the city last night on their way to Glacier Park where they will spend a few days' holidays. m m m � Mrs. Hedlund's section of t'ae Rebek-ah's will meet at tlio home of Miss Lang, 12.53 6th Ave. A. S., on Monday at eight o'clock. 4 � * The Christ'ian church called a special meeting of the members last Sunday after church to decide whether or not they would retain tho present pastor for another year. It was the united voice of the church in asking them to remain for another year. The past year has been one of great pleasure on the part of tho pastor, because of the harmony and good feeling that prevailed throughout the whole year and also because of the growth ot the church, which has a little more than doubled. SPECIAL Opportunity of getting acquainted witK SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our booklet, "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly Made". Your request -will bring it by return mail. 190 CHASE & SAMBORM MONTREAL. After-Supper Specials at Rylands THERE IS SOMETHING DOINQ ALL THE TIME AT THE BUSY STORE. MEET YOUR FRIEND TONIGHT AT RYLANDS, V/HERE THE BARGAINS GROW. MEN'S SOX "lOO pair Men's Black Cotton Socks for summer wear. When you consider tho quality ot these they are well worth a great deal more. Sizes 10 to 11. Alter Supper Sale, pair.................. 25c MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 200 Men's Fine Balbrlggan Undershirts. These are traveller's samples but the quality Is the best. Well made and well finiahed in every way. Size 40 only. Hegular 75c value. , . After Supper Sale, each..... ____ ... 40c LADIES' COMBINATIONS 100 suits only ot Ladles' Fine Knitted Cotton Corabinallona. Made in good style. No sleeve and loose knee. Neatly finished -with neat edging. Regular $1.50. ..... , ' After Supper Sale, suit.......... . $l.lCi BLACK UNDERSKIRTS Ladles' Black Safeen Undorakirts. liiatlo fron^ edoij (iuallty ot materials. Made in good full sizes, wltl* tlounco O'HntljeBdeop. Regular $1.60 value. , .. , . ' After Supper Sale .. v.. .... $1.00 TOWELUNG oQO yards ot 10 inch Cotton Tea or Dish Towelllns wltii s*tl or blue border. This is a real bargain wlien yoii uwhMw th* VTlce of Ipwelllng today. Worth 15 to 18 yard. After Supper Sale, 5 yards f�r ... ...: 50c The net proceeds of the Innoh room of,tho Chinese National League under| the grand stand which was in opera- ''"^l tiiou during Stampede week resulted; ""d lia'l since i'lis war alartod. in $340.50 for the Major .lack Ross! been fighting the batile.-i ot the I'.S. "Tlin truth about luikMl Hialea and' Great Britain, or, a iiaiik contca-slop from ii true .Nini'iii-.m," tnlglit well havo been IIh; lupii- nf ihf address last night ili/liv.Mpil by .1, C. Ilorbsman at (he ChaiiiaiKiu.i. Mr. llerbaman, intense .Xnn'iicaii us lie ia, evidently belongs lo Ui.ii clast' ot Americans who now malii'.i' tlial tlio United States lia?' aniv.il ai. .-i stage where they can im lnnr"r allow un-Inithfnl alalcmenta to ji upanli;:!' tlicir relations witli Great i:ii:aiii and the Hrltiaii Kmplre. A ^l�vi^�iv)ll of llie American history, wliiili v.-.i:^ cliarar-lerlzed last night by Mi-. Ii'!rl).�iiian as a bundle of untruibs. will soon take place, ho .says, and iiu lunj.-n- will thia be the basis for thd intip.^i' prejudice wliicli lias always fonh bly existed between the two gruai iialii>iiiJ of one tongue. Th'e United Slai.:! baa come at this moment to roalizi'. ln^ Intimated, that tho German iiojuihuion in tho States was grerilly i'i':~|)(Hislble for kooiiing this prejudice alive; through all these yeara, and tiii.i, iliiy had been using the United S'.an (uvn book of liistory as a basi.s for iliPir propaganda. The Revolution. Mr. llerbsman told tiic initli about th(! war of the revoluiion wluni lie said that it was a German liin:- in London who had caused it ami iliat all right thinking people ot Grcal llritain had been in sympathy wiia ibi- ICnglish colonists under Waahiimton. Had tliero been a representative parliament in Britain as there was tmiay there never would have been any war of the revol-tition. War of 1812. He told (he truth .ah'in!. tlie war of LSI-' when he said lliai tho .�\ineri-cans, lliough they rlaimial to have won it. had never even woii a liattle. They had been 'ngluini; the battles of Napoleon the .auinerai. .and after tho war were left biirb and dry by him. He went on to tell of ovonta since that in history whieb showed that Great Britain wa.-; alw.aya the greatest friend of the Tniteii States. Queen Victoria made lier I'anioua statement that slie would always refuse to sign a paper that, would mean war between the two great .Aim'loH.ixon nations. Ho told of tlie .S)ianisli-AniGri-caii war when the Brilisli navy had lined up beaide the I'.S. navy. Debt of. Gratitude. Mr. Herbanian from ihi.-i went on to pay the debt ot gratitude 'from the I'nited States to the Hritlsli navy protected livilizatlon tor pnnplo mu.st (ell die iriitb" Tliu I'lilled Htiitca, lie .'^ald, had now a.iloiit-f.il (he slogan. "One cnuuiry. one iI.ik. one langu-Tgc." II'.' went on io tidl of (be firm irrin (hat (ii.'rjoariand Gorman language bad olilaineil in lii.;^ Slates llirougb ln.-,liiliins )jroiiai;aiuia., most of wlilcli was making use of Hie i jirejudiia! against Great ISritaiii. Tills was all being wiped out, lie said. The time was coming, hi" bo'iied. when the Gcniuin luiiKuage would not only be wi))ed out ot the States but also rrom i lid face ot (he, earth r.ntlrely. "The I'nited Slat(;s is not In war because llritain is wiiipped, tain la not wliiiiiicd and iievi'r will be. If tho L'niteil States had en(i;i-ed (his war when the other allies did, we would not be coiehrating the fifth year of war. but a victory over (ie,"inany now." said .Mr. Kerbaman. Mr. Heibsman In liia inimitable way, [laid a inagiilficHMil tribute to the work of the lirltlsh navy, and told fact upon fact or what tin; British navy had done for civilizallnn. .Mr, llerbaman dwelt upon what the .-itatea was ilolng. lie anid they \yere raialiiK a vaat army ami had already brought tlielr navy to (ho status of the second largeat in the world, ii statement which was greeted with I chiicr.-i. He (ohl of (he vaat cliiitiK(! (hat had coMin over (lie IMiited Slnlo.s, where (be iviij- wa.H moulding a .Mtrong nation oul ot what had been a aelfl;ili and i maiiey-grubbing gronj) of penplea, |a.^ a Republican be paid a tribute to jibe Democrat, President Wilson, and i aald that If the war war, atlil on when tbia ; elecliou time came round again, they r.ri-jwer(! going to return Mr. Wilson by acclamation. This statement brought a storm of applause from (he audience. Chapter, I.O.D.E., and $349.50 for the Chinese National League. These fe-suits "were "niost gi-atlfying. Much credit is due the League and its president, Bing Wo, for the capable manner in which they undertook the work, for the help which they rendered voluntarily and I the very patriotic manner in whtch they did all in their power to make it a success. The Art Needlework Class .will meet with Jlrs. Hay, loth Street, on Monday afternoon. * * # Any woman interested in the war could not fail to be touched by the earnest and Inspiring v.-ords last evening by Mr. J. C. Herbanian In regard to Red Crops workers. He had noted the call for workers and reminded them how the United States held bo-fore them the achievements of the Canadian women as an example and an Ideal. He was sure that the Canadians who had now done so much would never fall from their high standard in this work, and If applause means anything the women of Lethbridgo last night Blgnified their willingness to still play the part. � ? : ? : : > WEDDINGS > ? > > ? > HANSEN-BRANDON Miss Kdna J. Brandon, of Calgary, formerly of Brandon, Manitoba, and Mr. John K, Hansen, of Barons, Altu.. were united in marriage at Calgary, on Thursday by tho Rev. S. W. Fallis The groom 'is leaving shortly to join the Royal Flying Corps. The bride has been a member ot the editorial staff of The Morning Aibertan for the past few months. * � * GARNER-PALGER On August 12, Mr, Alfred Lawrence Garner, of Lethbridge, Altn,, and Miss Katherine Palger, of Roxton, Sask.. were united In marriage at the home of the pastor. Rev. Oliver L. Curtis, of tho Christian church officiating. � � * BANNERMA.\-McDOUGAJjL The marriage of Mr. Alexander Riddle Bannerman, of Medicine Hat, and Miss Ivy' A. McDougail, of Lethbridge. took place at Medicine Hat on Thursday, Au^st 15th, 1918, at tho home of Rev. J. A. Claxton who performed the cerotnony. The bride prior to her n arrlage .was, chief operator on the .'Vlbertn governrapnt telephones here vfcile the groom Is'employed on tho C. P. R. Both Mr., and Mrs. Baiimpr-' man have many friends in Lethbridgo uijd It is quite Hkely that they will make (heir homo here. . - The sa.mo unequalled quaHty a,s before the war. and being double strength you don't have to put so much in the teapot. Blue Ribbon-British grown tea. 17 as well as its own. ^tr. Herbaman's � address ot cour.';e, j was not all alon.i,' 'these lines, although his fr.aiik contesslon wna refreshing to Canadians who have so u.sed to hearing' (be other aide of Iho story. "The time luia come," said Mr. llerbsman, "whiii I'^nglish speaking ^SSZSBZSZ (o be his wife and child who had (ravelled on a pass which was made out to Mrs. Sellers and family. As it could not be proved that ibere were any improper relations between the other woman aiui (he accused, she v,aa allowed to proceed on her way to San Francisco. Sellers has been employed by the i C. P. R. for Bi.\toen years and in viewj of this and tor tho sake ot his wife, | the punishment was as lenient as possible. Sellers bad planned on. going to San Frajiclaco too, while his legal wife ia aald to be dangerously ill in Saskatoon. Ci C P R " GEJS ONE MONffI .Moo'po Jaw, Aug. 17.-George S..Sal-lerrf, car foreman ot the C. P. R. yarda at'Saskfttoon, on a charge ot defrauding the oomenny was gontencpd to %m thbuth'ln tho proVlnclui Jail b.v-Mag. latrato Bryant here this morning. It was proved that Sellers hod falsely represented a, woHti�� ".P-^i l�er child SUES MANFORSTEALIN WIFE'S AFFECllS Some time ago a criminal action was entered in the A. P. P. coUrl here against Kdwiii L. Fullman, ciuu'ged with the abduction ot Mrs. Cbriatiue Wondenbnrg of Cardston. There was no evidence ot abduction, so the charge was disnilssod. Now however, a damage action has been started in the Supreme (;our(, by F. Wondenbnrg husband of the woman in the case against Edwin L. Fullman In whicli $10,000 ia asked for tho alienation ot Mrs. Wondonburg's affections., The statement of claim sets forth that "on or about ,luly 'iOtli the defendant enticed and procured the said Christine Woridenburg by falsely and maliciously representing to her that he bad a greater love and affection for hor" and that she did "Irnnster her aftBctions to the defendant and on July 24th went to Spokane on the understanding that she was there to live with the defendant," .The case is one ot considerable interest in Iho Cardston district v.'here the parlies are well known. You Will Enjoy Your Vacation if you Spend it at Waterton Lake$ Canada's Beauty Spot FISHING, BOATING, DANCING, MOUHtAiN CLIMBING V : J Good Accommodation at $2.50 per Day at the HAZZARD HOTEL HOTEL TENTS AND CABINS ARE FOR SALE, Tuesday, Sept. 3 Examinations for Nurses ' 'Tho'flirRt examinations to bo held in sccoi'dnnco' wiilli the provisions ot "TJlfl'Registered Nurses Act" .will take'pliiqo, in Calgary on Oct. 1st, 2nd �'nfi(t'iil-d,'1f)18. Graduate nuraes passing tjhese'oxaniinatlona will bo eligible to becotne Roglslorod Nurses in Alberta. Grftduatos of Alhorta hospitals are not'required to take the plU;atlou ioniwviiutetirtfiBrsimtaifiiifttlOn; \V1!1 be supplied by Mrs, R. W. R. Armstrong, R.N., Secretary Board ot Examiners, Dra\vc�- 27(5, Kiiyu)Rto.?;,r-A^;ert. Keep This In Mind Remember that the hardest part of going to school is getting ready. Begin now to plan (or T U E S DAY, September 3 the date of our Fall Term Opening The biggest thing you will do in life wlU be to get an education thut�will help you to mnko a good livlftg, reasonably easy. Ask tor FREE CATALOGUE and be ready to start your course Tuesday, September 3. > G a r b u 11 B usinies^ College ATURDAY NIGHT NAPS jal "Tlie Bay" ON SALE FROM 6.30 TO 9.30 P.M. NO APPROVAL, C.O.D. OR PHONE ORDERS ON THESE WASHABLE SATIN .Ifi Inche.H wide. In colors white, pink, pale � blue, red, grey, lilack and green. Regular .fl.25 to $l.ri(l. Satur'dav Night ...... 0"C LADIES' y4-LENGTH SILK BOOT HOSE In sliver, champagne, pearl grey, black, tan and canary. Kegular to $l,7u. 1 1 O Saturday .Vight ____'.. l*i�f LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSE In white or lilack. Sizes f>\i to 10. Itcgulnr O'lc. QQ "'' ^''OC;. Hudson's Bay Co.