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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, t'KBUUAHY 8, 11U9 TUK IKULY PAGE ELEVEN Sever has (ho part ot Ibo Canadian soldier in the war Ueen placed before the CantuUan people la so complete and 10 satisfying a manner In tfie let hires, now being given In the by F. A. McKenzie, who won distinc- tion as tbo Canadian correspondent willi the forces in FraiK-e for a coii- sJderable Mr. give Ills first lec- ture, "ThrouaJj 'hi) Hlndeabanf Une [Theatre last m'fiht to a fair house. J Every person ju who had [two legs to walk oa should bare I at lib tuealro 3ast Dlgbt to hear tfcls lecture. Jt was not a lecture fa tbe orjinury sense ot Iho term. Vut an (a If mate person si (ila of the great and nalilo part played by the average C'ufiadtuii soldier In tua great struggle on the u-esfora front. -Mr, totla many now things about the jolly who tearer ntUher Hun bin devlllflb derlcci. Mr. alio carries with lifm illuBtralions Ju tho way ut glides srjd ruovbg pictures realistic touch pictures tieplct the Majestic niM tin to Ms Jtcturc. many J.CCQCS, but none aro so thrill- tne aa tho moving pictures ot the Canadian infantry and cavalry going into action under heavy shell fire. Tboce actual pictures were laXen at conffMorutlfi rlbk of life. A Great Record Iu Uta lecture Mr. Mdvynzle traces tho history of llio Canadian activities MILADI PHONE 0 1NDECENCV OF WOMEN'S ORE8S YOHK. Feb. sorting that designers of worn- sorting lhal ttcilgnors ol worn- on's evening gowns "have led v fashion to the extreme limit of which is having "a most demoralizing Influence upon Ike youth of Hie country." the Xcw York Federation ol Woman's Clubs at a meeting yesterday adonterf a resolution raUlnc upon women "to dress modofltly" and on designers the staff atlcr emr-ipn j service, u'as prcsenlfrd wiiit a, ot eoia by '.he members of Hie Herald [staff this afternoon. itriur to his de iparture for Medlrlne Hut. where Ibss liken a position. Mr. Downing Is, 1 a very popular member ot tin' Herald j I and his dejiarlure.la noU-J regret. IJesi wishes !or BUCCVE? in Ms uevy position follow him. e Mr. and Mrs. D-iTil Srniiii were Dleasantly surprised iheir houm, 32 12lh St. B. EOrili on Tbursilay ev- ening. wheu a fritulj met there. lue befug Mr. Smith's hlrth- day. A very enjoyable ijmc was spent at music and whit-fa a dainty supper was served Die visit Ing lailea. During of evening Mrs. J. Millar with a fee proprlate words nit-j Mr. Smith Be- with a handpome shaving outfit. j tore- leaving all loinc 1 in alnca the memorable eecontj battle of Vprcs lu 1915 in which tho won undying glory anJ established uat'OD. He toM znotfeatly" and on designers their great efforts on tho i-ommo, and j shopkeepers "lo control in- later a' the cspttiro and the quent of Viuiy JolJy I Tho 1n the nmks worn taken into the ol the commanders In, these plans, anil every maa's brain aa iveil as Wa licart was In the Job. Tlie was impreg- natla by the Germans until the Cana- dians got at it, then it crumbled. McKenrle paid a tri- bute to General tho erstwhile real estate agent of Victoria, who was p.ble to pit his against the best that the Otnuan army coulil produce, and Tviu out. He Currie was not 'reapoiiErolo for sending his men Into the holi at Paeachtadaelo. Thla was all decided by the general staff, and Currie hfvd hut to obey commands. Mr. McKenzie paid EI great tribute to the work of the air forces, and also lo tlie work ot the strttcher-beareie, ail of whom, he should have a decoration. Ilia tribute to the Canadian nurs- ing sisters was touching, lie told of llie boiiibing of tho big hospital Jicad quarters al Ktaplea, and of the great bravery of the nurses under fire, Speaking particularly of the 10th Battalion, tho Aluerta unit, Oilr. Me- 1 Kenzio Batd they hud lost more than any other regiment. Three times they had gono Into action full strength, replenished by reinforcements, thi-eo times liad they come out with minimum numbers. Mr. McKeuzla speaks on tbe British yarl in the decency in A torn- mlllea ivas appointed to push the war on ccaiity evening gowns. Auld Lane Syne" uiul 'He's Ooo4 Fellow." Those present werf: J. Mil- Mr. and -Mrs. T. sl.aiv, Mr. ani! Mrs. W. Grant. Mr. am) Mrs. A. Laurie, Mr. and Mrs. McNab, Mr. ami Mrs, Uoldie, Mtas Shaw. Miss Kmerson, Couklln, Mi" M. Sniiih. James tf.Goldle, W. Grant sn'l I die. Christ is Calling Today As He Called (o Xacchcus of Old Tlie evangelistic campaign Is ap- proaching its close, and it was with the spirit'1 of Stephens 6poke to the congtes.ilton at the revival Mr vino tosi He imiiresfceij on Ibs people the ot heeding the call to Jesus in the actl urged them to RO for- ward and-not backslide. worn many things he would like lo speak on, such as (he mysterious power of Holy Spirit likened lo the the ott and the dove. The stfeelB or the wind were foil though It v imEOcn. 11 is a inystcrlonis -powtr.T J5reat. ibev make no When a man or u woman maXes round ami round, full surrender he and she becomol ftw call to Xacchaeus was ;i o PERSONAL CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES J The Major Jack i D. E. will lioH tbeir i jiter O. meetiog iff pf 4. .j In the Y.M.C.A, on Febru- ary 11, at S o'cfotrk. for the Mr. anri.Mr.1. Bert Taylor ot Sun-! new year will be deficit ut alta. who liuve been visiting in Hie cUy for the past three weeks, have re- turned to their home. A full attendance Mrs, section of (he .Nest- oI-Kin will meet on Mondny night at S o'clock at her 917 nth Street Mr. F. A. Huntingdon ot Stavely Is the Kuest for a few days with Mr. south, and Mrs. D. A. SmUh, or the hajipily untjoipated Mr. and Mw> Harris of Cv6llls of ncxt weeh i3 Tlie Valemino were visitors in Ihe city this week; Slvcn on Rauinlay, Feb. 15, for a lew days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy left this afternoon fov an exUnflsd visit to HaWasr. Mr. nrnl Mrs. Hoy will IJB 1 i at the hoDie of Bawdtn, by tEie 1 tnfiniucrs of the St. John's Ambulance brigade and llio 6irK Auxiliary. Association wish to away pavt'oT express their appreciation to Ilriga- also visit in Toronto, 'Montreal j Mer-Gen. Stewart for liis sentiments in not wanting a civic reception until Make DeKciousness go Hand in are daily oys u -7- thc-plaincit Squirrel" Brand Peanut Butter 'Just nuts and salt, with i i their wholesome and delicioua flavor, r Bock and other eastern Mrc. H. L. Stone (if Bow IsUiuV who has been the guest- ol Mrs. D, Puller has returned lo her home, Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Simmons and family will move to the city shortly} BLUE WBBON TEA. are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor as well have the best. Try BLUE.RffiBON from Taber and make here. their home Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith and fam- ily aro leaving at the beginning ot the ek for Calgary, where they wit; re- side in future. SOCIAL EVENT! all the hoys come home. There will be no meeting of (he junior congregation in the United church hall tomorrow. H is given over in favor ot the Uniou meeting in Wes- ley church. J The G, I. A. will hold their Tegular! meeting, Monday afternoon at two o'clock in tho I. O. O. F- hall. All mem-, liera are askefl to. he present, aa the final arrangements, for the dance on Tuesday evening in the K. P. hall, jvill lie made, i The Art Needlework Club will meet at the home of Mrs. OUi 'Avenue, on Monday atternoon. mysterious beings to the rest o! the wcrlO. Hut he isrouW pass on to HiQ call of Jesus in the story ot Zaccliaeua, in Lulie Jesus entered and passed throagh Jerk-lio. lie uoi slay, ir.9 preacher could not tell. He wondered what Jestis would do were lie oa earth in regard to certain places. When Jesus Invited Himself to tha homo ot Xacchaeus, U Is recorded ruurtnured. It is not said who "They" were. Their personality igaored in that they were the mixed niullitude who eriticizo everytQlng that is good. They, murmured ancl were not glad Hint salvaUon was be- ing offered to a human being. They did not kr.oiv that Zacchaeus was will- ing to make restitution, as ho later testified. They were content to look on him as a tax gatherer and a rob- her So with the view of those see no good in this campaign. No one knaw5 Its good effects, fcut they are there all tbe same. The call to Kaccbaeus was a gra- cious call. The Spirit striving -vvflb men and women in this campaign J been a gracious call God docs nol only call sinners to repentance. He calls is children to make tbe abso- lute surrender. But, it may bo be- cause they are-fond of cards, or of the Oance, or afraid of "public opin- ion, they turn back ami do not go all tlic way. They are like the children oE JsreaJ who turned brick wlieti they were irfthin reach of tha Promised Land, Like tJio children of Banal call. .Mrs.-J. C. Hooker gave Dleasaat party on Thursday, LUNCHEONS TO BE. CON- belns'field fn honor of the fUllr birih-! day of her daughter, Bessie. Games and the children to the gramaphone, which Ihcy-'faor-j After a dainty sup-i The business women's luncheons this per tbe children returned to -..their week were well The one on Tiorne with pleasant recollections of a Tuesday was In chargti ot the Execnt- very.'happy evening- Bessfo received ive of (he Matliesls Club when over many pretty anijj useful 'presents' from CO girls' were served a splendid hot the'lollo'wtog guests present: 'Helen luncheon. The was Th'ompaori, C'yiiEJiia TKompson, Jean in the RficuUvc ol the And fey C. T. U, when dowA lov.'.HtldA Fflnier, Rosamond BUzer, to well-filled Irene Wragg> Syd-! Mtss Saxman, who is a graduate of ney TucXwell, Lloyd Albert Hood College, and an ox-Y.W.C.A. sec- Matthews, r-Torman Tavlbr, Willie Bit- rer. Baby Stokes. '.V Mr, J. S, Smith, manager ot retarj- understands oncl sympathizes s healed good many thing, (or every man has Bluosd, Krery man has to acknowledge hU sin before God auj Chriat te ba- jier- ieople, 'but Ibeir sanies are not corded. the casp of Xacchaeus tesus is very personal. So our Chrfs- tianlty (s a personal mailer to be :led 'between ourselves and God. It] is not a. mailer for other people., Whatever thfcir opinions, we yhoultl, teel and say with Jcehua, "As for aD'J ;ny house, ii'ill serve (he An Urgent Call The call to Xacchaeus was an ur- gent call. Jesus eatd, "'Make haste and come dawn." Delay fn accenting salvation la dangerous. Those who have put off coming to the revival meetiugs and don't care-to come to tho close are, etllt resisting the call, rushed past the end of (he campaign y tbe devil. Thousands delay until too late. Over a mission house In Scotland there is a clock with the words "Correct time" Inscribed on it, and the hands pointing to "Xow." The devil's iime is any old time. God's time Is now, U wsa God's time to KacchaeuB, If he had heMleted Jesus would have passed on. Tfae call to Zaeciiaeus was a humh- ling calt. It was: "Make naste and comu.down." It was a call to come down. SVc all have to do the same Christian. ZiccTK-eus Christ by eomlnjr and that received the gift ot In the words of "Thta day ii salvation come to tliy God, aaEd tho mangeim "ia hie seolences, will after this ctni- n call uiany to His awvice. Thero he the call to the Sunday school (eacbers, to back the putorc. If there la OUR HORSEMEN OF b, it.n.x THE CLASH fey FINE PRIVATE STATIONERY We carry (he finest in boxes, bulk or by the Ibi, linen or velum finish Stationery, initialled FREE you wait. -OUR SPECIAL ECONOMY LADIES' AND GENTS' CALLING CARDS, ENGRAVED OR PRINTED. FOR GOOD READING JOIN OUR LIBRARY EXCHANGE EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;