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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEIWI'ARY 11. BttE You can either take our word for it, or experiment for yourself, but you will find BLUE RIBBON TEA is in a class by itself-Try TlIF LE'rimilXilClMlU' UKUALD 'Florence Fair, who'have teen Visit-.'jj Ing relatives In the city. Mt at the beginning ol the week tor th-.r lioni" 111 Macklin, Saskatchewan i Professor Fishor and Mtrs Sminan of ths Evangelist party yester- day afternoon tor Heelna. Miss man .will vUll In Swill en route. _ s. PAlGENlNE 1224 CONVINCING VALUES l DAWN (By Lloyl Koberts) IN 't t. VOY UIUJ'J t I i. -3 Mrs 3 A. Jackion w.s hostess at a very enjoyable little in yesterday in honor ol Vn. -Malhews of Macleod, and Mre. Wati-ri. who is, eavlng the clly shortly. Mrs 0. 11. larman poured, assisted .Mrs. A. Parker and Mrs. Waiters. 'WOMEN ASKED TO STEP OUT Is one way m women can materially help the lEbor situation and assist lu fJnd- big places for many returned men. At the outbreak o! war ImnJreds ot wo i- cn .iiid girls volunteered tor patriotic Service with-me intention ol doins llitir bit I" Mc.ior.loa.. munition p auk wonieu Lave dono yeoman service anJ Can- has been proud aii'l K'ail ol llio lUlslanco so freely ottered. Unt now that ll'.eU'ar.B done and thei nieii- with -your cooperation, blessing mid niiuroval went off lo re- lun'iinx, Ihe.Digger need of lires- oil moment Is thai those who willing- Iv ruled U'O gaps lor tlicm should be lo make way lor Ihcni. it iuvWary. ItJivery w.pman. who U lias sujlicienl. means lo.live uiiun and lionie behind ber. woulJ volunteer to j-ler. out of rcmuneratire work al this time and le.ive her position open for j... either a returned soldier or some olli- cr worker MUSlly i 'need, be.situa- tion labor aiit-Mt would be con- AT RED REFUGEE WORK CROSS The work that Is being done nt the Red Cross rooms tor a roonUi will consist only of clothing for refugees, this be- ing very sorely needed at this time. Any lady Interested in this great and necessary work Is asked to como to the rooms to help. BS workers are still urgently needed, Ihe mcllw of (he extreme need ot workers Having oeen brought to the no- tice of the public More. I-ad- [es who can help are asked (o como and work at the rooms, or to obtain .work to bo done at home. Them will alto ba quilts to be worked o morroV and the ladles are cd 16 make 5 special effort to turn- out tomorrow atter- noon All the worfc should bo turned In by March 13. Wbat alienee and what peace! What ioy of release From some black spell Falls on the world, As four long.years.ot fiery cease. Death's flags arc furled. And All's Well! All's Well! Illngs round a world awakeucd from war's hell. The sounds of tumult cease- Once more the world" grows still; So still one hears llie winds upon th hill. Mrs A L James-Davies mummed a'number ot young ot her home on Saturday In honor ol her sou. Mr. Maurice James-nav- ies. A very enjoyable tluu was spent by the Kuesls present PRICES WHICH ENABLE THEM TO SAVE HONEY. a Ib. Sack Rolled Oats, each Tomatoes, per Plums, Lombard, No. 2 tins, 2 (or Rice, 2 Its. for I Ib. packet Nabob Tea, per Ib......... p. 4 G. White Naplba Soap, to bars for Silver Gloss Slarch, 6 Ib. tin Pure Airline Honey, glass, each Marmalade Oranges, large size, per On Sunday during the afternoon service In Wesley hall. Mi.-s l.amoni was pleasantly surprised by heing pre- .....------d purse of Tbe bickering ol birds before Ibe the enthusiastic teacher dur. The rustle ot leaves, Ihe rain rills in LnB (tlc Evangelistic campaign. Mrs. llmidow gave a shon address In sounds emphasized th-: value and PHONE 313 60c 20c Tic 25c 92c 15 Ib. tin CaU'jp, Llbby'8. bottles, exh too Ib. Sack Potatoes, each................52-00 Ammonli in bottles and packets, each 12c Scouring Powder, Bull Dog brand, 3 tins (or.. Oranges, line juicy, per doien 35c and Me Cream of Wheat, what you' have been wilting for. 2 pills, for 6SO Electric Soap Chips, per pkt................35c PROMPT DELIVERY hill. was pleasantly Burnnsi-u uy i Like murmur of spent waves upon wllh a handhas ami Life's shore. from the Biule class or i nf lilrilt; hfiforf! tile GOOf. 'i----i.nnl> 11m [f? Ibe caves. And countlcSE eerille heard before, Inspiration derived from ibo lonj days before o[ inslrucllon rccHviJ from Lloyd Boborls is a son of Cbarlei G. D. Robrils. Ills poem, from which the above two verses are an extract Is .-.a very tine one and In .the Olla.'iva Clllzen. comraeuioratins Xc- vembcr II. the armistice. As things sland work, clerical sideraWy lightened. now. in certain lln and other indoor o .-upatlon. tliere are numerous rosiUor belns held bj women anu sirls could well afford !o live -'Jpcr. means more lhan j. those disabled sol f. f.- PERSONAL tf ff ff Mr. and Mrs. N'. Hislop and famil> arc visitors In Calgary. Mr W J Lloyd and litlle daugble are visiting In Milk River for a ot weeks. Mr. Lloyd 13 on a IbaT mado oil Friday nijlil in .o'clock. Officers'for the new. year will .y ball lo Miss Saxman .who hc. elected at this niectinc. A run ai- cne much valua'bjj the u.nQatico Is rcriucsteu. ;lrls of the ciiy and who been n i mirenml tavorile during lier llniu icrc. The presentation was made icball of the business cMs of the- city by .Miss' Perkins, the address icing given'by Miss Pearson. Tho mp.'was then presented with a Val. in the shape of a beaut tul uquet of red carnations, uy era McLeod. c. 1? eng Camp 'Fire girls' also presented Miss Saxraan with ,fl heautiful lea service last weeli. dlers wno 101 imenvi would be ot such opportunities. business trip to Edmonton. tqnal In value to ans made n> tne a66Umcd his position as man- The Girls'.Department an's church conllallyjnvltco. Tlia forum meeting for next Sund 111 bo real musical treat. The p riotfe songs, sacred solo, duel, an otto choruses by dgc al'nt will bo of high order. Palrlollc oadlngs wrlltcn by, onr hoys over there, rhymes war litei and rlbutes to our honored dtatl will lit given..Come early to seciiro scat. Children must be Mcornpauieii ...y larcnts. The door Is open'st 2.45, and he program cninmences at. three Storland Ibeslro. The! WttVlcy Ladles' .will. t'.lM'cc jflernoor, Wecliieailayl foj- the .monthly hus Iness mating. Vtll all tho kindly make nnjffort to aflcnd.ni thfs business 19'of Importance. Refresh1' Save all ihe foodyou can for v Europe 20 millioivtons are dont stunt tKe growing bodies> of doMren ty giving them In SfiFcdflcd you have every particle of the whole drain prepared digestible more real nutriment many expose HwhiiHotinilk or cream and or suit the MADE .IN Everyman's Library The aim of Every Man's Library is lo provide every English speaking reader vwgj he Great Classics of all times in his own tongue. Our Library vnl W volumes of this wonderfullibrary comprising Biography, Classics, H.story, J-ic- tion, Oratory, Poetry, Romance and Science. To secure the largest number of cided to change our terms of to as follows 0 anc! 2 ..cents per dav, with a minimum charge of 10 cents for the time each is.kcpt out. The Major Jack Ross CkOple'r I. 0. EVERALL SOUTHARD BLOCK fHIBD AVfNue WUTH ;