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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 MILADI GE UAILr PAGE ELEVEN OU R DEAD Medicine Mat are visiting friends lu tho and Cameron were onnerly residents of have but gone a little Opened and shut that shadowed door Whlch hides from us a passing Those faces loved of They havo but higher climbed tho Our love can reach them are our bravo boys just as they were The day we saw them fThey trod that way of agony Which Christ and nil His Martyrs Surely at lifes drear end to see Tho Christ Himself at for us the path of duty lies Bleak and oershadowed by their een through tears the eye descrOes The light behind the JThat down the vale of years more clear Shall shine as evening shadows falj Until we see their faces dear And hear their voices FO tell us In the old sweet way Of things Till een such death was we say That gave such life as It flell has returned from camping In the Williamson and son have returned from visiting In PERSONAL Miss Hazel Toombs left this after Boon for Roy Cameron and son of Mrs Jamea Williamson has as her guest Miss McBurney of of Plncher is In the city having been called here ly the death of her Kennedy and daughter Dorothy who have been the guests of Judgo and Jackson have left for their home in Mahon 19 leaving today to visit the cneat citlfeS In BltlSh Colum bia and Fawfca who has been he gneei of Taylor left yes terday to visit In Brlscoe has returned to her homo In Coleman after visiting her j and Walker left yes terday tor Calgary and and Rylands and fam ily have returned from a two weeks holiday spent at Waterton Miss Dorothy Glayzer is spending the weekend with friends in Miss Katherlne Stinson is now in Moose Jaw where she is giving a flight Miss Mabel who has been visiting her B for a few weeks returned to her home In Regina Sutherland and little of arriv ed this afternoon to visit the formers Burns has returned from visiting at Waterton Reyn olds Is doing as well as can be expect Superintendent Cotterell of the at Medicine accom panied by Cotterell and two child ren passed through the city last night on their way to Glacier Park where they will spend a few days TELLS TRUTH ABOUT truth HH United States SOCIAL EVENTS Prior to severing her connection with the Miss Ivy whose marriage took place last Thurs day to was pre sented with a beautiful cut glass berry howl by the members of the Btaff of the Alberta government who har great happiness in her new Miss McDougall camo to Lethbridge two years ago from Ed monton and was chief operator on the telephones CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Hedlunds section of the Rebek ahs Will meet at the home of Miss 1253 6th on Monday at eight The Christian church called a ape cial meeting of the members last Sun day after church to decide whether or not they would retain the preseni pastor for another It was the united voice of the church in asking them to remain for another The past year has been one of great plea sure on the part of the because of the harmony and good feeling that prevailed throughout the whole year and also because of the growth of the which has a little more than A of getting acquainted with SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our Perfect Coffee Perfectly Your request will bring it by return 190 CHASE SANBORN AfterSupper Specials at Rylands THERE IS SOMETHING DOINQ ALL THE TIME AT THE BU8Y MEET YOUR FRIEND TONIGHT AT WHERE THE BARGAINS MENS SOX 300 pair Mens Black Cotton Socks for summer When you consider tho quality of these they are well worth a great deal Sizes 10 to After Supper pair 25c MENS BALBR1GGAN SHIRTS 200 Mens Fine Balbriggan These are travellers samples but the quality is the Well made and well finished in every Size 40 Regular 75c After Supper each j 40c LADIES COMBINATIONS 100 suits only of Ladles Fine Knitted Cotton Made in good No sleeve and loose Neatly finished with neat Regular After Supper suit BLACK UNDERSKIRTS Ladies Black Sateen Underskirts tnade from good quality of Mado in good full witU flounce Reg ular After Supper Sale TOWELLING 3QO yards of iti inch Cotton Tea or Dish Towelling with or blue This is a real bargain when you uWMMW pice of towelling Worth 16 to 18 After Supper 5 for SOc The net proceeds of the lunch room Chinese National League under the grand stand which was in opera on during Stampede week resulted n for the Major Jack and for the hlneae National These ultswere most Much rediiis due the League and its pres Bing for the capable manner i which they undertook the for he help which they rendered volun arily and i the very patriotic manner n wMch they did all in their power o make it a The Art Needlework Class meet ith 13th on Monday Any woman interested In the war ould not fall to be touched by the arnest and inspiring words last even ng by Herbsman in regard o Red Cro3s He ha4 noted he call for workers and reminded hem how the United States held be ore them the achievements of the Canadian women as an example and an He was sure that the Canad ans who had now done so much would never fall from their high standard in his and If applause means any hing the women of Lethbridge last light signified their willingness to still play the and Great a frank confns slon from a true might well havo been the tuple of the ad dress last night delivered by Herbsman at the Intense Amorieim us he evidently belongs to that class of Americans who now hut the United Stateshas arrived a stage where they can no lonier allow un truthful statements to jcupardiaf their relations with Great lirltnlii and the British A revision of the American which was charac terized last night by Herbsman as a bundle of will soon take he arTrt no loader will this be the basis for the Intense prejudice which has always foolishly existed letween the two great nations of one The United Stales has come at this to he Intimat that the German population in the States was greatly responsible for keeping this prejudice alive through all these and they had been using tho United Staifs own book of liistory as a basis for their propa The Herbsman told the truth about tho war of the revolution when he said that it was a German Idni in London who had caused It and that all right thinking people of Great Britain had been in sympathy with tins Knglish col onists under Hart there been a representative parliament in Britain as there Was today there never would have been any war of the revol War of He told the truth about the war o 1S1L when he said Hint the Ameri though they claimed to havt won had never even won a battle They had been lighting Hie battle of Napoleon the afte the war were left high and dry bj He went on to toll of event since that in history which showei that Great Britain was always th greatest friend of the United States Queen Victoria made her famous state ment that she would always refuse t sign a paper would mean war be tween the two AngloSaxon na He told of the SpanishAmer can war when the British navy ha lined up beside the Debt Herbsman from this went on t pay the debt of gratitude from th United States to the British nav which had protected civilization fo and had since this war starte been fighting the battles ot the as well as its j HerbamanV address ot was not all these alj though his frank confession was re1 freshing to Canadians who have ab used to hearing the other side of the The time lias said when Kngllsh speaking onplo must Tho nlled ho had now adopt d the Om one He went on to tell f the firm crrln Germans and tlm erman language bud obtained in the tales through insidious tost of which was making use of llin I Great Tills all being wiped he Tho me was he when the erman would not only he ipcd out of the States also from tio face of earth Tho United Slates is In var because Britain is Bri ain is whipped and never will the United Slates had entered this war when the other allies wn would not be celebrating the fifth year of bill a victory over Germany said Herbsman in his inimitable paid a magnificent tribute to tho work of the Jirltlsh nnd told fact up on of what the British navy had done for llorbsman dwelt upon what the Stales was He said they were raising a vast army and Uftd already brought their navy to the status of second largest In tho a statement which was greeted with lie I old of the vast chniiRC that had over the United where the war was moulding a strong nation out of what had been a selfish and moneygrubbing group of As a Republican he paid a to i tin President and j said If tho war was slill on when this election time came round they were going to return Wllsou by This statement brought a storm of applause from the The same unequalled quality as before the and being double strength you dont have to put so much in the Blue grown 17 to be his wife and child who had trav elled on a pass which was made out to Sellers and As it could not be proved that there were any improper relations between the other woman ami the she was allowed to proceed on her way to San Sellers has been employed by the for sixteen years and in view of this and for tho sake ol his the punishment was as lenient as Sellers had planned on go ing to San Francisco while his legal wife is said to be dangerously ill in WEDDINGS Miss Edna of formerly of and John of were united in marriage at on Thursday by tho Fallis The groom is leaving shortly to join the Royal Flying The bride has been a member of the editorial staff of The Morning Albertan for the past few On August Alfred Lawrence of and Miss Katheriufi of were united in marriage at the home of the Oliver of the Christian church The marriage of AlexanHer Rid dle of Medicine and Miss Ivy of took place at Medicine Hat on Thurs August at the home of Claxtou who performed tue The bride prior to her narriage chief operator on the Alberta government telephones here wille the groom is employed on tho Both and Banner man have many friends in Lothbridgo und it is quite 1iltely that they will make their home WIFES AFFECTIONS Some time HKO a criminal action was entered in the court here against Edwin chtuged with abduction of Christine Wondenburg of There was no evidence of BO the charge was Now a action has boon started in the Supreme by Wondenburg husband of tlm woman in the case against Kdwin Pullman in which is asked for the alienation of Wondenburgs The statement of claim sets forth that on or about July 20th the defendant en ticed and procured the said Christine Wondenburg by falsely and malicious ly representing to her that ho had iv greater love and affection for her and that she did transfer her affections to the defendant and on July 24th went to Spokane on the understanding that she was there to live with the The case is one of considerable In terest in the Cardston district where the parties are well You Will Enjoy Your Vacation ii you Spend it at Waterton Lakes Canadas Beauty Spot CLIMBING c Good Accommodation at per Day at the HAZZARD HOTEL HOTEL TENTS AND CABINS ARE FQR 3 Moose car foreman of the yards at on a charge of liefraud ing the comuuuy sentenced to tone mouth in the provincial jail by Mag istrate Bryant here this It was proved that Sellers had falsely represented a vni Ucf child Examinations for Nurses The first examinations to bo held in accordance wiih the provisions of Registered Nurses Act will take in Calgary on 2nd Graduate nurses passing will be eligible to become Registered Nurses in Graduates of hospitals are not required to tie Applications should be sent to tho Sec retary of the nmml of on or before wi be supplied by Secretary Board of Drawer Keep This In Mind Remember that the hardest part of going to school is getting Begin now to plan for T U E S September 3 the date of Fall Term Opening The biggest thing you will do in life will be to get an education that will help you to make a good reasonably Ask for FREE CATALOGUE and be ready to start your course September Garbutt Business College LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 PATH at The Bay ON SALE FROM TO NO OR PHONE ORDERS ON THESE WASHABLE SATIN 36 Inches in colors pale black and Regular to Saturday Nghl LADIES SILK BOOT HOSE In pearl tan and Regular to Saturday Nigh LADIES SILK LISLE HOSE In white or Sizes to Regular Saturday Night LADIES BLACK SILK BOOT HOSE Some are very slightly de Regular BOc Sat urday 1 pair 1 i 5 LAD IES COTTON HOSE to Regular value 30c Saturday IJU 4 CHILD RENS BLACK HOSE All sizes Regular 350 Saturday 4 Pairs Special Prices ON BOYS SUITS FOR Saturday Night Only Our entire stock will be at your disposal at prices below Suits for Suits for Suits for Suite 33 CHILDRENS DAINTY WASH DRESSES In and Sizes from 2 to 14 Regular to Saturday Night A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF WHITE VOILE WAISTS In a splendid range of The regular value of these Saturday CHILDRENS WHITE With rubber Qool and comfortable for these Jiot Sizes 5 Ofi day Night LADIES WHITE CAN VAS BOOTS With high Have French heels uml a neat rounded Silzes 2V2 to SaturO JQ day Night MENS URUS CALF WORK BOOTS In black or tart with tongue screw All sizes in JQ Saturday Night JKtJT No better special could be offered from our FurnishingB than a continuation of our offer of New Process Linoleum at lineal yard This is the actual wholesale price and the opportunity of securing It at this price Will definitely close at Satur day DONT MISS JT SMOKERS SNAPS FOR SATURDAY NIGHT Royal Mint tins Old Chum tins Hudsons Bay Cut lb tins 75c 85c 85c 80c FINEST CHOCOLATE Regular for Bay ;