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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1018 TIIE LKTHpfjinCB IMILf PAGE ELEVEN MILADI OUR DEAD seo Tho Christ Hlniself at last For us" the path of duty lies Uleak and o'ershatlowetl by their -put e'en through tears the eye descries r The ught behind the cross. -JThat tloivn the vale ot years more clear Sball shine as evening shadows falj Until sec their faces dear And hear their voices call. To tell us In Uie old sweet way Ot things accomplished, knowledge, such death iras ,ivc say "That gave such life as this." C. A. Kinnear. PERSONAL -'Miss ttazel'Toombs left this after- .Ssoon for Calgary. Koy Cnmeron ami son of Medicine Hat are VisIOnfe friends iu tba city. Mr. and Camsroii" were i orruerly residents ol Lelhurldge. i Mr, TL N. ,Bell baa relumed from camping Iu the mountains, Mrs. A. Williamson and son have relumed from visiting In N'elsou. Mrs. James Williamson has as ber guest Miss A. McBurney of KllUrney, Manitoba. Mrs. S. Saumlers, of Plucher Creek, _j In'iho city having been called here jv the death of her mother, Mrs. Keau, 4 Mrs. J. N. Kennedy and daughter Dorothy who have T been iho guests of Judge aiid Sire. J. A. Jackson have left for their home In Wlnuipcg. Mr. leaving Joday to visit Ihb in UrltlsK Colum- bia and Mrs. Fnwris whVhas'beetrflie'fiuett of Dr. nritPMn. D. A. Taylor left yes lerday to visit in. Conrad, Montana. Mrs. J. W. Brtscoo has relurped (o her hotnc in Coletnan after, visiting her father JD Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Walker left yes tcrday tor Calgary and Itanff. Mr. and Mrs; B. U. Rylands and fam fly have from a two weeks holiday spent nt Park. iliss Dorothy Glayzer Is spending Iho week-end ivttb .friends in Coivley Miss Katherlna Stlnspn. Is now in .Moose Javr where she Is giving a flight exhibition. Miss Mabel Who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. U. Rylands. for a few weeks returned to her home (n Reglna yesterday. Mrs. Tl. L. SuUierlaud and little daughter, Evelyn, of Edmonton, arriv- Her. W. F. Hurts has returned from rlsltlng at Waterton Lakes. mother, Mrs. It. Reynolds. Mrs. lloyn Is doing as well as can lie expect- ed. Superintendent 0. A. Cotterell ol be C. P. R. al Medicine panied by Mrs. Cotlerell and two child rcn passed through the city last nlghl ju their way lo Glacier Park where hey will sncnd a few days' holidays. 'The troth about I'n'.tcd States, must tell and'Great Britain, or. a (rank confer slon from a true. might well have- been the topic of the ad- dress Jast night delivered by J. C- llerbsnian at ihe ('liiulautruu. Mr. Ilerbsmau, inteuso Auterifuu as he is, SOCIAL EVENTS Prior to severing her connection with tho staff, Miss Ivy A. McUougall, whose marriage took place last Thurs- day lo Mr. A. H. Bannerruan, was pre- sented with a beautiful cut glass berry by the members of the staff..of the Alberta, government telephones, who -wish har great ha.piiln.ess In her new life. Miss MvDougall came; lo Lc'tbbrldfe two years ago from.Ed- monton and was chief operator on the telephones here.. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ed this afternoon lo visit (be former's -A SPECIAL Opportunity of i-. 9 -H- getting' acquainted SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered -yoii in-cur Gbjfee Perfectly If' request wiil-bring it by return mail CHASE SANBORN After-Supper Specials at THEHE IS SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME AT THE BUSY STORE. MEET YOUR FRIEND TONIGHT AT RYLANDS, VJHERE i THE BARGAINS GROW. MEN'S SOX 300 pair lien's BlacV-Cotton Socfcs for When you 'consider tbo quality of these they arc well worth a great deal more, Ktees 10 to 11. After Sapper Sale, 25c" V MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 200 Men's Fine Balbriggan Undershirts. Theae are traveller's samples tail the quality tho best; Well made.and well finished In dtcry way. Size 40 only.! Hefculur; 756 value; After Supper Safe, each J LADIES'COMBINATIONS 100 suits only of T.aJlca'. Cotton Comljinallonj; Mmlc In Eooil style No skovc and looio knee Neatly flnlihed vllh neat edging. Regular ?150 fii l him. He went on to tell of event since that in history which slmwet that Great Britain was always tb greatest United States Queen Victoria inado her famous state nient thai she would refuse ti sign a paper tha mean war be edit- the League and its pres- Ibc capable manner "which the ,e help which they rendered volun- riJy andtOie very patriotic manner which Ihey dltl all in Ihelr power i, make It a success. _ The Art Nccdfewbrk Class .will meet ith Mra.'Hny, 13th Street, on Monday ternopu. Any woman" interested In oultl not fall to be touched by; the arnestand inspiring v.'ords last even- ng by ilr..J; C, Herbsnian In regartl o Red Cross workers.- He ha-d rioted ic' call for workers ;nnd reminded icm how the. United Stales held be- ore them the achievements ot the an example and n-idea I.-Tie was sure thai Ihe Canad- ans who had now done BO mu'ch would ever fall from Ihelr-high standard in ils work, and If applause means auy- ilng the women1 Lethbrldgo last Iglit atgniiivu- willingness to IIH play the part. f Mm tinn vrin (Tint OurJiians ami tho erniau language haii obtained iu the war wben the other allies did, we would not be celebrating (he fifth year of war, but a victory over. Oeruiany salil Mr. Uerbsman. Mr. Herbsuian. in ins inimitable way.j paid a i'ia gulf ice til tribute tu tbe work of the Urlllsh navy, and told fact up- on fact o." what the British uaiy baO done for civilization. Mr. llerbsnian dwelt upon Ihe States was doing. lie said they were railing a vast army and tad already brought their navy to tbe status of tbe largest In tbe world, n was greeted with. etatemeut He told of llie vast change that UaJ cijmo over Ihe United States, where ibe war waa niouidlns a strong nation cm 6! >vbat bad been n sclttah aud mouey-gr tit bins group of peoples. As a Republican lie paid a tribute to Democrat, President Wilson, and lates through lusJJtjus lost o? which ivas making use of iho rejudice against Great lirltaLu. as all being ho said. Thu me was coming, ILD Uopei, wliec the eraian language woulJ not only iped out of the Stales hul ylso from ho face ol the earth entirely. ajj ihfl m gUU Ofl whcn In this election thin "The United States is not In ar because Britain is whipped. ain Is not whipped and never wilt be. the Uniled Stales liad entered this cauie round again, they wero going lo return Mr. Wilsou by acclamation. This statement brought a etortit cf applause from the audience. The same unequalled quality as before the war, and being double strength you don't have to put so much in the teapot .Blue Ribbon-r-British grown tea. at "The Bay" ON SALE FROM 6.30 TO 9.30 P.M. NO APPROVAL. C.O.O. OR PHONE ORDERS ON THESE tweeu the two, great Anglo-Saxon, na lions., Ho the Spanish-Ainer can war when DrKish navy hai lined up beside'thb U.S. navy. Debt-ofcGratitucfe. Mr. Herbsman from thTa went on t pay the debt -.of-, gratitude