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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JANUARY 7, 1918 PAGE SEVEN '4 ++ ^- - � J- Over the Top Together-Going over the top in any field of human endeavor is a matter of physical preparedness. You can't get strength from non-nutritious, indigestible food. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, wheat, nothing wasted, nothing thrown It is all food and MILADI PHONE T224 away, it is every particle of it is digested. A nourishing, satisfying breakfast, lunch or dinner. Made in Canada.. The Kebekahs will sew in tho Kod Cross rooms tomorrow night ;it 7.150. * *  The art department; of the Mafhosis club will moot at the home of Mrs. Do Wolfe, 1020 7th Ave. S., tomorrow at IJ p.m.   * F .Alex and Allan Hobcrtson have returned from Salt Lake City, the, former going on to Mdtnnnton, where he is attending university. * * * Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Toomba, formerly of Lethbridge, left Cranbrook last Thursday for Vancouver. Mr. Toombs has been manager for P. Burns & Co., Ltd., at Craubrook for the past year. * �  Mrs. Pennefather and Mrs. Ball were in charge of the tea room of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter l.O.D.K. on Saturday, assisted by Mrs. Baalim, Miss Adeline Henderson and Miaa Dorothy Marrs. it I A inht erd a m, Jan. 7.-K m p c r or William lias conferred the Order Pour Le Morito on a submarine commander, Ivophamel, on his rcfurn from a cruise tn the Cape Verde Islands. During this cruise, Kqphamel asserts, he sank an American destroyer and'fourteen merchantmen, moat of them bound from the United States to Italy or France, lie is 8'M to have brought back Jwen-ty-two tons of copper as booty. It is about l.HOO miles from the Belgian coast to the Cape Venle Islands. I MINERS Work Hard Shut off from sunshine and fresh air, the blood becomes thin and watery-this brings rheumatism or other sickness* Theoll-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION is Nature's building tonic to keep the blood rich, fortify the lungs, refresh the body and strengthen the whole system. Every Miner Naedi scorrs emulsion Rmfus* SubttitutmB Scott ft Bowna, ��t St mi The engagement is announced of Miss Mabel Mabee, only daughter of the late Hon. James P. Mabee, to Mr. Owen Livingstone Itlmmett, only son of .Mr. and Mrs. George Kmmett, of Sparta, the marriage to take place early in January. o   The regular meeting of Maple Leaf chapter No. 7 O. ii. S., will be held in the Masonic hall tomorrow ( i'uosday) night at 8 o'clock.. As the installation of the new officers will take place, every member is urged to be present. Visitors from out of town chapters will be cordially welcomed. The Hardieville Laidies' Aid held a very successful bazaar at Trinity church last week. The bazaar was opened by Kev. Burns. This is a new organization with few members and much credit is due them for a successful affair. The amount realized clear of expenses was The society wish to thank all the ladies of Hardieville for their generous donations, also the following for donations: A. JlaeDon-aid Co., pail of candy; Plunkett & Savage, box of apples; Scott Fruit Co., box of apples; Western Supply Co., case of oranges; Campbell, Wilson and Home, case of cleanso and case of shoe polish; J. and A. Johnston, jam and pickles; Hennessey and Wilson, goods; T. Eaton, goods; Christie, Grant & Co., goods; Rout. Simpson Co. ribbons. Mrs. C. S. Crest and daughter left today for California. * * * Mrs. Kenneth Jones, who has been visiting Mrs. Stephen Nease, haH returned to her home in Lethbridge.- Calgary Albertan. * *  Miss Laura Hughes, daughter of Dr. .Tamos L. Hughes, Toronto, and niece of Sir Sam Hughes, was married to Dr. JCrling Lunde, of Chicago. * * c The ladies' swimming anil gymnasium classes under the auspices of the Women's Civic club will be continued on Wednesday as usual, the children at 4 p. m. and the ladies at 7.30. � m m At Craik, Sask., Dec. 25th, Miss Christy Violet McKwen and James Garfield Gardiner, M.L.A., of Lemberg, Sask., were united in marriage by Rev. Wm. Patterson. The bride and groo-'m left later on a trip to California. * * * The open meeting of the Fortnightly club which was to have been held on Monday, Jan. 34th, is postponed until Jan. 21st. There will be another open meeting the following week, ou Monday, Jan. 28th. I l Mrs. Thrifty Says: A genuine response has greeted my appearance at the "Bay." Quite possible that Mrs. Thrifty has aided us a good deal in drawing the attention of the people of Lethbridge to the absolute need for taking advantage of savings such as we are offering. Quite possible the Exceptional Values provided is the reason. At any rate, both combined have brought to us most enthusiastic shoppers who are fore-sighted enough to see that these are not everyday prices. Plenty of buying opportunities have been.provided for each day's selling, and every day will bring something needed at a worth while saving. It will amply repay you to follow Mrs. Thrifty's ads. each day7 but please remember that these ads. are only a reflection of the values to be secured throughout the entire store. Tomorrow (Tuesday) Mrs. Thrifty will have a Special Announcement from our Crockery Department concerning Wednesday's selling. Mrs. Thrifty Says: Good News for Mothers! r� all at one price oi . X*Jot/D And here are prices that offer the best reason why you should buy now. Every piece of fur is of tho season's best stj'les; every pelt guaranteed to be exactly as named and the very best quality foe tho price-but'�there! Ereryone knows the "Hay's" reputation for furs and the guarantee that stands behind every piece sold. Here are a few- only a few particulars: Black Fox Muffs, $100 for $33.50 Persian Paw Set, $11.50 for $9.00 China Lynx Set, $40.00 for $32.50 One Muff, $8.50 for ...... $3.50 Natural Woff Set, $^5 for $55,00 White Iceland Fox, $15 for $12.75 Large Mink Cane ar.d Muff, extra No. 1, $340 for____$275.00 Black Wolf Set, $70.00 for $55 00 Red Fox Set, $100,00 for $82.50 Isabel Fox Set, t$110 for $83.50 Brown Wolf Set $85.00 for $65-00 Sable Set, $140.00 for .. $113.00 And there are separate fur pieces and sets and odd pieces that can he matched. �r Mrs. Thrifty Says: ^ What a Chance Is Here! Can anyone, with the slightest claim to the good old fashioned quality of Thrift, afford to miss such an opportunity? A splendid line of Corsets, T). & A. and Royal Worcester makes. The biggest snap of the season in this line of goods. Values up to $6.50 o rQ for ................... Ladies* White Flannelette Xight Gowns. A splendid quality with high or low neck. Short or long sleeves. At a spec- -J JA ial price- of ......>..... JL �/ Another line of1 White Flannelette Night Dresses with high or low necks. 1 �1Q for .................. 1 m�tnl Ladies' Flannelette Drawers in open or closed makes, and finished either plain or with Torchon edging at a very (Jq special price of ........ DifC Then there are Just a few Ladies' Grey Vests with long: sleeves. A really extraordinary rsaln................ 69c Brasslers-'you say! Yes, we have th^ee extra plain or embroidered yokes. Just as an example, see the line Underskirts? Come and examine these in Black Sateen and Heatherbloom at $1.69. These have a deep flounce and are- of superior quality and workmanship. YOU CAN SAVE REAL MONEY on Sheett, Towels, Pillow Slips, Flannelettes, m1 * Dress Goods, Silks, Table Linen, Corsets, Wool Gloves and Mitts. Baby's Winter Coats, Baby Carriage Robes, Sweaters, Sox, Caps, Underwear. In fact on everything you buy here. ^ DON'T MISS IT I ' ' IT'S A SALE WORTH WHILE Owing to this being the week of prayer, the regular prayer services of the following churches are withdrawn and the following will he the program of services for the week: Tuesday, S p.m., at United Church, North Lethbridge, chairman Rev. E. \J. Hodgins, speaker Rev. W. P. Burns; Wednesday ! night, Knox church, chairman Rev. W. Jji\ Burns, speaker Rev. E. J. Hodgins. Thursday night, Wesley church, chairman Rev. C. E. Cragg, speaker Rev. O. L. Curtis. Friday night, Christian church, chairman Rev. O. L. Curtis, i week of pray W. F. Burns. "The city water supply shows every Indication of polution."- (Signed) J. T. Vallance, Inspector. Why endanger your health by drinking such filthy water when you can get good fresh buttermilk for 5c a quart? Del i ve red by all our drivers. Crystal Dairy Limited P.S.-We cannot carry buttermilk on wagona during 2ero weather as bottles arc always broken when butttrmllk freezes. speaker Rev. C. E. Cragg. Christian Church-No special notices this week on account of the week of prayer. i Baptist Church-Meetings every night tills week except Saturday. Mission band meets this afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. Horsman speaks to them. United Church-Monday, 7.30 p.m., tho session of tha church meets at the parsonage; at S p.m. at C. G. dander's residence, a meeting of the stewards. Tuesday, 8 p.m., first meeting of the er series, speaker Rev. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m., a social given by the Mission Circle ju church parlors. Thursday, 2.30 p.m., ladies aid meeting at tho church. Knox Church-Monday, 4.15 p.m., Mission Band at the manse. Tuesday, 8 p.m., Women's Missionary Society in school room. Wednesday, the second meeting in the week of prayer series, Rev. Hodgins, speaker. ^Thursday, choir practice. Wesfey Church.-Monday, 7.H0 p.m., I meeting of C. S. B. T. boys, also regular meeting of the Campt'ire girls at 8 p.m. monthly meeting of official board. Wednesday, '� p.m., monthly meeting of the ladies aid at the parsonage instead of at the church. Thursday, 3.30 p.m., adjourned meeting of the W. M. S. in ladies parlor at 8 p.m. choir practice. St. Cyprians Church-Monday, S p. m., the annual parishioners meeting at Conservatory hall. Tuesday, 8 p. m.t teachers meeting in the vestry. Wednesday, 8 p.m., intercession service; senior boys club at 8.15. Thursday, o p.m., annual auxiliary meeting in the parish room; junior boys C.S. E.T. at the Y at 7.30. Friday, 8 p.m., choir practice. Saturday, 2.30 p.m., junior uuxiliary. St. Augustine Church.-Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., 'teen ag� boys meeting; 8.30 S. S. teachers meeting. Wednesday, 8 p.m., intercession service. Thursday, 8.30- p.m., annual congregational meeting. St. Mary's Church.-Monday, S.30 p. m., annual parish meeting. Tuesday, S.30 p.m., teachers meeting at St. Aug-ustin'a. Wednesday, S.30 p.m., parochial association. Thursday. 8 p.m., O. A. Friday, 8 p.m., interrosjsion sfrvlce, at S.;10 choir piuctice. Saturday, 7.15 p.m., hoys-cluh. Monday, 3 p.m., annual meeting of W. A. L. D. S.-There will bo no meeting of the Relief Society this week. Christian Science.-'-Wednesday, 8 p.m., regular weekly testimony meeting. i 10 LARGE AUDIENCES J 1 Mannyberries is now a post of the provincial police with E. J. Fletcher in charge. r i \ Three soul-stirring messages were delivered by Rev. Horsman in the Baptist church yesterday to large congregations. In his address to the young people at their special service in the morning and which was emphasr ized in another form in the afternoon, said that it was far beneath the best type of young manhood and womanhood to be satisfied with anything but the best possible, in whatever chosen sphere. Under the simple figure of climber and conqueror, finely intersected with pithy illustration and story the speaker said that this possible best was attainable only by individual and consecrated effort of both heart and mind. Christianed effort was stressed for the reason that while one might he able to climb into wealth and possibly into health by the rigid observance of certain corresponding laws by sheer force, of will, it were impossible to climb into that character which is indispensable to true success. In a word to the parents it was emphatically declared that this character, essential to individual salvation and national welfare was not so much a matter of faithful ministers and equally faithful Sunday Bchool teachers as it was a recognition of all that is involved in true parenthood. Beside every boy there must stand a father, and beside every girl a mother who by speech and action and general demeanor must stand to them in large measure as their final human ideal. In speaking to a full house in the evening from the story of the four lepers of Samaria Mr. Horsman said that the moat tragic thing in life was not even leprousy but sin of which this dread descuse was the Biblical type. Sin was defined and graphically described as a complete physical disorder which loaves as its hateful legacy, a state of loathesomeness, a destitution of peace and power and fellowship, and a disgrace to every human association, all of which, impossible as it seems and paradoxical as It is, this desperation occasioned thereby may be, as in the casa of the lepers, tho starting point to that salvation which ,is uniquely the gift of God through Christ to men. Subject tonight, "Men and Mules," ',Che Unpardonable' Shi or Sure Hell. UTTER $2.25 LB. Washington, Jan. 7.-Butter is wiling in Berlin at $2.25 per pound; sugar at 56 cents per pound, ham arid bacon at $2.11 per pound, and American ioap at five bars for $1.12. This information, received by the food administration comes through a reliable source from a responsible quarter. The prices are from four to five times as great as those prevailing in the United States. Guolph electors approved a by-law proposing a change in the mode of electing the mayor and council and Increasing the size of the council. "Pape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sick, Sour, Upset Stomachs in Five Minutes. You don't want a slow remedy when your stomach is bad-or an uncertain one-or a harmful one-your stomach is too valuable; you musn't injure it with drastic drugs. Fape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in giving relief; its harmless-ness; its certain, unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouDie has made it famous the world oveiv Keep this perfect' stomach doctor In your home-keep it handy-get a larg'3 fifty-cent case from any drug store and then if anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them, if what they eat lays like lead, ferments aud sours and forms gas; causes head-ache, dizziness and nausea; eructar tions of acid and undigested food-� remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsin comes in contact, with the stomach all ouch distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and case in overcoming; the worst stomach disorders is a revelation to those who try it.-Advert. 4 07 ;