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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V, DKCK.MBKK as, MADE IN CANADA Because of the purity and high quality of the ingredients of Magic Ming Powder, leav- ening qualities are per- feet, and it is therefore eeoiioinical, CROSSING THE BAR Sunset and evening Elar, And one- clear call for mo, And may Uiero lie no moaning of '.hi bar, When 1 put out .to aea......... Twilight and evening bell, And utter that the, And may thorn bo no sadness .of far well, 'When I embark. or tho1 from out our bourne of liinc and Tho flood may bear me .far, hops. to eee my Pilot face 'o face have uroBBed the bar. Tennyson. FrieocU of Mrs. C. Crest who re'ceni i.. PAGE EUiVEN u.riijijnrs ami 'he Chiirdi Itol thero'Is only f-r- vir'- for ruUii- iniiMly li'ifi HiurnSiiiJ bwvlce :it II. whirli'iill ar.i urged tn attend. will tic a union evangelical -fcervici: nil Wesley church al nlghl. The aid of St. Patrick's clmrch wilt liold a evening 1111 Monilav, December 30, in tin' valory'ot Miwlc ball. Cards will start [iroraiitly at fi.30. The Iccturt anil recital given by Mr M. Coombs and pupils last even lug was Interesting, Intilructlvo am John Vassicnak acted chairman cif Hit; evening. Mr. Coombs made tlin slau-ni that the foundation o Muny Greet Kim al Heccplion in Knox 1'ays Tribute to Lethlirirtgc .Men Ail cnlbiiiv.vclii- welcome from four hunilreil wfis accorded Capt. Jalil only bri-athlng Knox cbur.-h, ar the leceiiliou leii- Wished Conconlralloii, ambition an.1 rlei-cd lilm al tin- r-lnirch last mghl Kill-power arc the three, most ncces-jon bis return from ovpreeas. jeary attribiite-H to ime who would be-j ,miy Wprc members of his con- Muua I an artist. One shouM learn pretem. but many from 1 on behalf ol a sister i oiiBri'gatibu. as LABOR SUPPORT FOR c LEAGUE OF NATIONS LONDON, Dec a. letter' written to Lord Robert Cecil, who will bfc the British repre- tentative In charge of all ques- tions sffectlna the leajue of na- tions at the conference, J. H. Thomas, .secretary of the Na- tional 'Unlon'bf ds- r that no section of.- the people In this country would give more hearty co-pperatlon and sup- port' fn his effort! to establish a league of movement. CALGARY.'MAN DEAD CALCAHY. Dec. body o there would nut be no iiiucli bnrt Ringing. There are no two voices exactly alilie, hence llic need fur in- dividual treatment. The real lone, with its beautiful over-tone cffccl, Is maile only when thr- air has travelled IK tv.-eeti Ihe 'and mlu.ll pharynx and into Ihu caviliis 1'be 'hi-ail IB the resonalor. The only IhltiB Ihe, tliroat Is for It lo let th" air pass tbrough. The ume Ims Us 5 Cases Juicy Florida ORANGES 176 to 200 to a Case. Special Tonight 39c. per dozen'. NO PHONE ORDERS all I.etlibrius" was 'pnmd of his re- cord at the fionl. The welcome accorded Oapi. Ue- noan was of most spunlaneous tiavcueil IK- character, and when be appeared on Plallorm In' received an ovation which was iirwloiigE'l. "I was proim i commencement in the larnyx vocul cords. t th AmonK those who participated were Mre. J. It. Kennedy, Einuia (jrceu, sle Covering and Helen Wright. o rrteuiiii vi jua. v.-. ly underwent a serious opera.iion wll he pleased, .to hear thai she U doing very well.' 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. Bailey -announce1 the engagement of their daughter, Hilda May to Detective W. S. Staley ot News, and Mrs. :M. lire'and family who have beou the guesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glayzer have relumed to their WEDDINGS 4' represent Kuox church saril the Kimx bai' many Matthew John Barr, j jlonle 'ai ptucher Creek. plumbing contracting finr, cni Anderson, of Vancouver, who died here on Christinas' Ev'e, was taken lo his homo city last night.' Greater ftod value-iflcreascd palpbility In making chocolate cakes use ;V BAKEE CHOCOltE .V-FOXTHEIX A quiet but pretty wedding was sol- emnized at Calgary on Thursday, De- cember 26, Aans Elizabeth Burrows, of thiB city, formerly of Yorkshire, Knglandt was v.aileiV in marriage to Mr. Louis I'onthein of thi; captain, "because! brave men In the] fighting ranks. I was prnud lo j sent Letllbrito'. hecaiiEe LFlblirldgc j was reprcFcnli'il liy men of the best I and bravest. This city has reason to j be proud o! its fighting men." Capl. Uonoou iiaiil a. wunderful trl- j but" In the laic Major Alviu Kipley anil the laie Major A. H. Kiaffonl, both of whom had been members Knox dllinli. The record of these ncn had b'c'en'sficli' ihafall Canada vas prmnl'irf The caplain also nalil tribute to tieneral Stewart, whose j Yorkshire, England, now with barley and buckwheat .flour. The chocolate covets the color and'taste of the dirk flour so it is practicality as gcKxi as when made with ail white flour. :Tnis use of cccoa or chocolate' in- creases the food value -of the .pre- pared dish. Walter Baker Go. Unyted Miss J. Bixby who.spent Christmas at'her horue In Mnyu'ul't. has ed to' the city. Rev. C. B. Crag-g "has been In Cal- gary with his parents (or. tbe. Chrlst- uas season. ana ilrs. C. F. JamieEou speiit Christmas in Mcdiciuo Hat. Miss Marguerite Hunt, of Coaltiale, Is speudins the week end.in the city Miss Ina' McCambly left yestcnlsy to visit in ;St. Paul. Mr and Mrs. Frcil Hcndehou .anil Mr and Mrs. H. Wilmot-; bl Dm- Is.- ian'd were Chrlstnias visitors' with 11.-. and Mrs. J. II. Henderson. Jlan Who Escaped l-'rmn Lelh- bridge Jail, Located Sas- Crnsses linrder .lack Johnson, not hf of iiuslllstlc fame, but auolbi-r wbo has a different in one, and Corporal John Livingstone, w-ho the Xmas season with his par- ents in the city here, has returned to his headquarters in -Calgary. Dr. Oalllvau left yesterday on a business trip to the east. While thero ie n-lll visit rejaiives in Kingston.: .....___ _____ ol Itlmontoii The bride looked very charming in a of with hat lo inalch, Ihe rnrc'lnt-ny being .per formed al the Methodist church, onl> the .Immediate Mends and relative of.the groom betas present After ibe ceremony a reception held at .the home of the hri.lo's liar en's, Mr. and Mrs. A. lluriow. Mrs. Ponthein.has. many (rieuds in the city, having been here about a year anil prior to her marriage being a valued member of the McDonald Co. Mr. and Mrs. .Fonthein left for Edmonton where Ihey will- make Iheir home. x-. FOOD BOARD FLASHES Sandwiches may'now be sen-cd ii restaurants: during-, the noon mea oiir and householders are no longe' was valued by ihose of military power and kuowlfi'Jgc. Great Spirit of Men C'ajit. Denoon again eloquently paid tribute to the great spirit douiinaline ihe men in, ibe irenchcs. "It was a great.thing to h.av{ been able lo serve these he said. nii-n died fighting for liijili ideals. must see .to .it that we live for the inn-pose ot carrying tliese ideals itito effect. These men gave elr live: that iliese ideals might he uslained, anil their sacrifice aud our j i-pcord. is in the cells at Ihe i 3ai, today all .becausefir. ger prints dou't tie. About six weeks ictory must not have been In vain.' Others who spoke, during the eve ing were t'anoii Miirrell-Wright was licit! for trial, and A few days ago Johnson was ar-j rested in Saskatoon ou a charge ofl ing wuii: rtnuu robhery with violence. He was thcni layer Hardie aud J. Higiiihotliain under the alias. Edward 0' -ho all spoke words of greeltus. E. Toole. lie w acled as chairman. Musi- at BClcctloiis were very acceptably emlercd during the evening by' JIlBsl Slmm and Sirs. Layion, Mr. Mr. I.ayton anrl Mr. Alexander. Thai jidics1' Aid served refreshments he ciose'of Ihe program. r t, CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES our an ouse onipellea to puroiijse n proportion o ubEtitutes.'witli the'jr wheat flour, no s there a limit to the amount ot flou purchasable one lime. 1'h var-time restrictions, were rejnovc-d b ausp hostilities liut ther s still the greatest need for thrift at -onserva.tjan and ttiose who have mad successful. USD of .substitutes for whe suc. ftour are urged to continue to do so. go Johnson and O'Neill, both o: vhom wort doing terms the jail n charges robbery with violence, node their getaway. ,.om the jail. They had served some part of iheir ime-and were trusties to a certain! legrce. They were working in the! '.lichen in the morning preparing :ireakfast for the other jiriEOiiers whcu tbey siiied their chunce lo break for llherty. Taking a short Imliter tiles- set it up against tbe wall, scaling! their way (o freedom. as could unt get bail he was helil in jail and bis finger prints wflfo taken. Tbey WMB sent 10 Ottawa, and jusr as JohliKou W.'.B aciiuitteil on tiie charei! for lack of evidence against him word came to Saskatoon that O'Tonle was wanted 111 bridge for Jail-lireaklnx. being thu man Jack Jnhnsoii, as proved by tba fingor prinu. Tllii A.IM'. accordingly sent lo Saskatoon anil brought Johnson hack lo Lnhbrldge. ami yesterday ha ap- peared before Magistrate Irwln, wllli the result that lie hail nine aducd lo his sentpnre. An the previous sentence nk1 nol eiplre until April, 1920. Johnson will now be compelled to sern' unlil January I, 1921, his cbauccB of parole arc now very slim. O'Xeil. who escaped at ilif same I time, is known lo he in the United States. Johnson was comiuiiteil tt> jaii from Calgary, and O'Xeil from Medicine Hat. KING DECORATES'ARAB LONDON, "Dec.'' 28. George recently decorated ,ViiK.; the chain'Of the :Royal Victorian.; Order, 'Prince Te'it'a'l, so'n of the" Arab of thc who dis- tinguished himself In the tine campaign. -The-prince, who looked very' striking in the Arab does not speak English, and dur-.-: ing the .ceremony the ionverta- tion was carried on by means of ah Interpreter. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE Ho. The Aflult, Girls anil Boys depart meot's ot the United church will.mee tomorrow atWrnoohJn.the church a two o'clock sharp .to listen io aa ad dress by Kev. W. J. M. Cragg, return od missionary from Japau. The rehearsal for Kill be.held at Ihe.G. W. V. A. audl-i loriura tomorrow (Sunday) nt 1.30 p.m. All those participating are urg-. ed to he prompt and .bring vocril score. Kindly note the change ot prac: tice. hour. The pastor wishes' to remind tho Stephens are reproduced; "The evangelistic campaign has aroused In the community a deep In- terest in the welfare .of others, which is.the essence of'illo Gospel. The i emphasis which has ueen placed upon A complete surrender, of one's; God impressed me G. Martyo. teacher In Normal j school, Stratford. "Personally 1 have received much good front the campaign and have seen hiinureds made happier by lak.-! ing a new stand in life. "'Mr. aud Mrs. Stephens anil party have'given their ,-ery best service for .Stratford." Chas. A. Moore, Stratford j Mfg. Co., ue. "Christian iuflueticos such as the i present campaign has aroused will do much lo savs many a young life fromt J. Lanniu, chiet ot Stratford police force. -Man Wlnp Enjoys Good and isn't getting it at Kome ougKt to take matters into his oim liancls, and write for our Coffee Af ait" We mail it free to eOerp man (and Womali, too) -vJho appreciates a deli- cious cup of coffee. today for your copy1. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL RcuHn cf Bmia" fee An Investment Not An Expense A Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Up lor quick mullfl. FMllr cbcaplr made. XPBX'SB Is oipendllure for some- thing wlilch leaves little to enow for the money. Investment (a penditiire which buys something per- r.mcent, always ot value. Money ED on good dental work is au inveslment of the highest order. By sjch an en diiijre you'buy permanent too'li littler dlsestton, enjoyment of your frod. a clean sweet breath, an-1 you im- prove yourself in appearance a hundred- tola. Think it over and then decide to come lo our offices at onco. Our expert examination entails no obligation anil rcmeraher when you entrust us wilh your 1 s Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALU BLOCK. The prompt and positive action ol. this simple, iuKPcns.ivc, homp-mado remedy in quickly Sealinc the inflamed or swollen mrmhranra of tlie throat, chest or bronchial tuoes and ureafc- ine up tight concha, has caused it In he usetl in more homes than any ether remwly. Un.lcr it3 licalinir, sooftiinf; influence, chest Mreneis Thleirm looMns, lireathm" becomes easier, tickling in throat stops and TOU a cjood nights rcatlul 'Hie usual throat and cheat colds are amimrreo-'ljy it in 2! hours or Kothing letter for bronchitis, ness, croup, whoopinc lyonclnal asihmn or winter couclis. To make this splendid couch syrup, pour ouncrs of worth) into a 16-oz. and fill tho Ixjttle with plcin craniilalcd and shake thnrnucMy. You then have 10 family much hrttrr coush than yort could buy roadi-nratk; for 52.50. hcrps nerfcclly and children love its pleasant Uslo. 1'inrx is spccitl anil hlcniv con- componnd of ccnumo. nine cxtrart and is fcnown the worlii over for its promrtncM, Tiio six-weeks' campaign of llev. H L Stephens and his party ;'o! evangelists which Is'to be held liero opens Sunday evening in Wesley- church wilh a union service, at which Rev Mr Stephens will he the speak- er and nt which a big under Ihe direction of Prof. Fisher, ot the sins. Mr Stephens has for the past two years defied his time ti> work in Nova Scotia, Ontario ar-d Saskatchewan. Previous to this time the fifteen years given .to evangelistic work xero sectored through the States anil Great Urilain. He hnnga io Lethbrtdgc a rich experience gain 'red from various sources wil be lielpiul in-this compaign. Na'Uircj has endowed. Mr. stepucns with'1 a' splendid phyaique anil a deep, musical voice and distinct enuncia- lon 'which well nullifies him for Ihe ivangellslic plaltorra. The'choir will meet Mr. Msher, the .at '4, v'.m. Sunday in Wester'" 'church- for :a hearty sing- Uslic'ra meet at S.30 p.m. testlmoniaia to Mr. AltORYOFTHE FAR EAST Ills told in the New World-Picture. DOLLS RESTRUNG and some minor re- made. 605 1ST ST. E., CALGARY Pay your ou( of town accounts by Dominion Bipress Money Orders. Five dollars.costs Inree cents. certainty in overoimmK and chest colds. oid tlr.bbora ce diKiniointment, asK vonr for "i'-i outiccs of rmet KnyiilS fi- To dnifffrilvt 101- ---a ounvLa j T-ilh full directions, And don t unvthinE Hw. Guaranteed lo absolute sshsjMlidn.or money prompt: Iv refunded. The Tinei Co., Toronto, Out 1 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL PORT HOPE, ONT. Residential Church School for Boys Junior School Reopens January 15, 1919 Senior School Reopens January For Prospectus apply to Ike Headmaster Rev. F. Graham Orchard, M.A., Camb. Kirkby's Last Specials for this year And Your Last Opportunity to Buy Pastries, Short Bread, and Cookies. Join the UBRARV EXCHANGE it EVERALU 4 FRANKS SOUTHARC BLOCK Third Avenue South It Is always safe to .Aend a Oominlon KipreFs Muiisy Orasr. Five dollars cosls ihrcc cents. An enthraUing interesting j story of the Far East and bfj London is. told in "Ven-i the new World-Pic-j ture, which on Monday will be shown at the Colonial I Theatre. The story is altogeth- er .different and as acted by Montagu Love, Barbara Casllcton and a very superior cast, it is exception- ally entertaining. You'll enjoy this picture. See it EVERYTHING MADE ON HOME-MADE PRINCIPLES PRICES TOR MONDAY" AND TUESDAY Glasses resume Monday, Jan, 13th. 10 a.m. Boarders Saturday, Jan Mlh. .Fruit SOc. Monday anil Tues- day, per pound' Cake, regu.lar _; Monday- and Tuesday, Qrtj. eicl; i Lunch each-SSc. Cocoanut Cookies, regular j Monday and Tuesday, doxen Monday' and OC- each Tuesday, per doicn All pastries made from putt paste. Regular per dozen aOc. Monday anil Tuesday. per dozen......... Short Breail., regular per doi en 50c. Monday and Tuesday, per dozen i ties, 25c. and Ttteeday; per 9 fin Rock -Cakes, regular pi en 2oc. Monday.anrl Tues- pe" dozen Jelly noils, regular'each Me..' Monday nnd Tuesday, each Fruit Cookie's1. .Sugar Cooli'es and regular per.ilozen anil Tucs- day, per dozen........ Kirkby's 606 Third Ave. S. Uiccnje No. 5-2336 ;