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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MNUARY 7.' 1018. Over tlie fop together-Going over the top in any field of,' human endeavor ia a~ matter ot physical preparedness. Ypu can't get strength from non-nutritious, indigestible food. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, wheat, nothing wasted, nothing thrown away. It is all food and every particle of it is digested. A nourishing, satisfying. breakfast^ lunch or dinner. ......1.....,__^-JLJX_____________�_......-.)_________-= PAGE SEVEN The neboUftha *rlll heWIn tho Red Cross rooms tomorrow night at 7.30.  /  Tho art (lepartmeiit of tho Mathosis oliih will meet at thd' homo of Mrs. Ue Mrs. C. S. Crest and daughter left today for California.  *  Mrs, Kenneth Jones, who has been visiting Mrs. Stephen Nease, has ro' Woife 1020 7th VW. S." tomo'rrow at-'turned, to home in LethUrldge-' � - * Calgary Alberlan. 3 , ., , 1 MISB Laura Hughes, daughter ot Dr. I Alex and Allan Robenaon have ro-' , ^ Toronto, and niece turned from Snl Lake CJty, g,^ ,,,,.,.jgd ^, er going on to Kdmonton, whore he Is j j Chicago, attending university. ^ i " . ' - - Made in Canada., I Amsterdam, .Tan. 7.-Emperor Wll-linm has ooiiferred the Order PourXo Mcrlto on a submarine commander, Kophamol, on his return from a cruise (o the Capo Verde Islands. During this cruise, Kgphamol asserts, he sank an Amorltan'doatrbyer and'fourteen merchantmen, moat' of them bound from tho United States to Italy or Prance. 1 Ic Is said to have brought back {wen-ty-two tons of copper as booty. It Is about 1,500 miles from the Belgian coast to the Capo Verde Islands. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Toombs, former- The ladles' swimming and gymnasium classes under tlie auspices of the ly of Lethbrldge, left Cranbrook last '^'f'"'�f ,,=p.ver a when his daughter Winnie was night at 8 o'clock., As tho InBlallatlon "V"f "^^�^""'Be to Mr George ! of tho new oftlcerl will take place, ev- ^'"^f- f� "/ *';,p ''!:^ ........___,.....w-,,,,. G. D. Armstrong officiating. Over 60 �ory member 1^ urged to be present, Vlaltors from out ot town chapters will be cordially welcomed. � * *� � MINERS Work Hard Shut off from tunshint J and fresh air, the blood becomes thiny and toaterij-this bring* rheumatiam or other aicknea*. Theoll.foodiii SCOTT'S EMULSION Ja Natnre's^ bnilding tonic to keep the blood rich, fortify the lungs, refresh the ( bodjr and strengthen the whole ayatcm. E*enr Miner Naad* acOTTS EMULSION Kafau Sufc>fi(a(m {ksNftBowna. relatives and guests were present. � * � WAR MENU FOR TUESDAY ' Tho Hardievllle Laldies' Aid held a' -very successful bazaar at Trinity ^M''"'^"' ^"'"'^ ""^ church last week. The bazaar was op- ,1, t; ,r.,,,,j tj cned by Hev. Buriis. This la a new ""^^i J'f'^ i f.,?,! ^�^^'>^^-�organization with few members and ^�l\f ^'^ ^"P for their generous donations, also the ^"'^'""^ mentioned above, are aa fol-f olio wing for donations; A. MacDon- - aid Co., pall ot candy; Plunkistt & Savage, box of apples; Scott Fruit Co., box of apples; Western Supply Co. lows: Fish Pie-2 cups flaked fish, 1 cup i seasoned white sauce. Mix the flaked fish with the white sauce, put Into a greased baker, cover tho top with but " _/ ' % cup of sugar, 1 egg, 1 cup milk,'2% cups flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder. HUTCHINQS SIGNS UP, Cream the butter, add sugar gradually,: Winnipeg, Jan. 7.-Harold Qlfford and egg well beaten; mix and sift Hutchlngs, son of E. F. Hutchlngs, flour, baking powder, and salt; add al-has slgnodi up tor military service with , ternatoly with rallk to first mixture, the engineering company ot the -For- j After-, turning into cups, put la the estry and Railway depot here, i I oven and bake. Mrs, Thrifty Says: Good News for Mothers! .lust to demonstrate that Tues-ilay's selling cvtnt was mapped out with the utmost care and to back up my claim that everyone can aave.liy purchasing tomorrow, I have looked out and specially, priced tho following- but remember there's a host of oibcrs. Childrenla Combinations. All alzea ana values up to 1 1 A |2,p0 for............. Just a tew ot those Infant's Pilch'ers left. Made ot fine flannel which- win be cleared 22(J Infant's Baracoati. Only about 12 lett. Going at a 90/� bargain...........- u�fC Chlldron's Bonnets and Hats In both velvet and cloth. All to go at HALF PRICE. Chlldron's All Wool Drawers and Vests. Sizes 4, 5, 6 and 7. Also a tow Infant's Vests In values up to ?1.25. Just think of It. .......�.. Children's Flanneictte Night Gowns. 2, 4, C, 8 and 10 years ot age. A very special quality for . .T......... S9c 79c And about that Middy, cither for yourself or the girl. All of these, both ladles and children's In values up to $2.25, are to be cleared QQ _ at only.............. �fI�C i SIMPSON'S In Full Swing all this Week REAL BARGAINS in the Very Things Ydu Require ---- ' � � \ . '--- ^^Vnil PAN VF'' S10.00 to $15.00 on a Winter Coat. lUUtAnOrlfL $2.00 to $5.(rt� on a Silk Sweater Coat. $5.00 to $JS.C|0 on a Silk or Serge Dreu. $2.00 to $3.0!0 on a Swell Silk or Serge Skirt $1,00 to $3.0^ on Bay's Suits and Overcoats. $16dt6 $2,50 00 Boys'Blackinaws^ $5.00 to $i3S]00 on a Set of Furs. . $1.0Q a Pmt on Blankets and QwlU. Mrs. Thrifty Says: � A tremendous clearance of Coats' and Suits that will bring thrifty women from lar and near. Any s\:it and cloth' or plush coat in the house can now be had AT HALF PRICE Their'old price tickets are still attached. Merely determine upon the stylo you want. Look at the price ticket and pay us exactly HALF. Hvery garment in- the store Is involved, but please note. None are sent C. O. D. or on approval; none reserved for mall or telephone orders. : A Surprise for Tomorrow! \ A now shipment of Serge and Evening Dresses arrived just, in time to bo iricluded In this special event. These are all samples, -so there's oiily one of a kind.,' The prlcel! range from ?2F 00 to $30.00i but I shall Include them -tft nf' all at one price ot . .lU*�lu Mrs. Thrify Says: This will be the Final Sale of FURS for this Winter Season. And here are prices that otter the best'reason why you should l)uy now. Every piece ot fur Is of tha season's best styles; every pelt guaranteed to be exactly aa named and the very best quaUty foe the'price-butCthere! E/eryone knows the "Bay'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 $83.50 Persian, Paw Set, $11.50 for $9.00 China Lynx Set, $40.00 for $32.50 One IMuff, $8.50 for......$8.50 Natural Wolf Set, %i& for $55,00 White Iceland Fox, $16 for $12.75 Large IVIink Cape and Muff, extra No. 1, $340 for.....$275.00 I3lack Wolf Set, $70.00 for $56.00 Red Fox Set, $100.00 for $82.50 Isabel Fox Set, ^$110 for $83.50 Brown Wolf Set $85.00 for $65.00 Sable Set, $140.00 for .. $118.00 And there are separate tar pieces and seta and odd plecea that can bo matched. 2.59 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 Hue of Corsets, D. & A. and Royal Worcester makea. The biggest snap ot the season In this line ot Values up to $6.50 tor ............... Ladles' wnilte Flannelette Night Gowna.^ splendid quality with high or low neck. Short or long .sleeves. At a spec-i mq ial price of ..... .r..... Another line of White Flannelette Night Dresses,with high or low necks./ fs, S^ox, Caps, Undenvear. In fact on everything you buy here. DON'T MIj^S It! irS A SAU WORTH WHILE -77- "Ths city watsr aupply shows vary Indication of poiutlpn."- ^(Slpned) J. T. Vallance, Irjspect- or. - -� ' Why endanger your, health by drinking such fillhy water when you can get good fresh Diit-termuk for '5c a quart h Delivered drivers. by all our Crystal Dairy Lintited P.S.--We cannot carry butler-milk on. wagoOB,:.during ..x�ro weathw aa botttas nro always b/okjo^ ,w,�i�� mwmoi, tr^(?*e�. speaker Rev, C, E. Cragg. Christian Church-No special notices this week on account of the week ot prayer. / Baptist Church-Meetings every night this week except Saturday. Mia-slon band meets this afternoon at 4 o'clock, .Rev. Horsman speaks to them. United Church-Monday, 7.30 p.m., tho session ot the church meets at the parsonage; at.8 p.m. at C. G. Olander's residence, a ,^eeting of the stewards. Tueaday, 8 p.m., first meeting ot the week of prayer series, speaker Rev. W. F. Burns. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m., a social given by tho Mission Circle m church parlors. Thursday, 2.30 p.m., ladles aid meeting at the church.' Knox Church-Monday, 4.15 p.m., Mission Band at the manse. Tuesday, 8 p.m., Wpmen'a Missionary Society in school'room. Wednesday, the sec ottd meeting in the week of prayer series, Rev. Hodglns, speaker. I Thursday, choir practice. ' ' Wesley Chiireh.-Monday,,7.30 p.m., meeting of.c! S. B. T. boys, also regular meeting ot the Camptire girls at ^ p.m.'monthly meeting of official board, Wednesday, 3 p.m., monthly meeting of the ladies aid at the parsonage Instead -of at the church. Ttoqrsday, 3.30 p.m;, adjourned meeting ot the W, M. S. in ladies parlor at 8 p.m. cUolr practice. � 8t Cyprians Church-Monday, 8 p, lu., the annual parishioners meeting at Conservatory hall. Tuesday, 8 p m., teachers meeting In the vestry. Wednesday, 8 p.m., intercession service; senior boyis club at 8.15. Thursday, 3, anniial auxiliary meeting in the parish room; junior boys C.S. B.T. at the Y at 7.30. Friday, 8 p.m., 6hoIr- practice. Saturday, '2.30 p.m., junior auxiliary.  St. AuQustlns Chbrch.-Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., 'teen ag|Q boys meeting; 8.30 S. S. toachora meeting. Wodnoaday, 8 p.m., intercobalon service. Thursday, 8.30^ p.m., annual congregational meeting, ' 8t. Mary's Church.-Monday, 8.30 p. m., annual parish meeting. Tuesday, 8.30 p.m., teachw meeting at St. Aug ustln'a. Wednesday, S.30 p.m., paroch Inl association.' Thursday, 8 p.m., G, A. Friday. 8 p.m., interao.'islon aervlce, at 8,30 eUolr p|actlco, Saturday, 7,IB p.m, boys-club. Monday, 3 p.m., an nual meeting jOt W."^A. L, D, S.-There will bo no meeting of the Relief Society this week. , Christian Science.-Wednesday, p.m., regular weekly testimony meeting.,,..,-........... . . ;.. . � REV. HORSMAN SPEARS TO LARGE AUDIENCES Three soul-stirring messages were delivered by Rev. Horsman In theiBap-tlst churcii yesterday to large i congregations. In his address to the young people at their special service In the morning and which was emphaa. ized In another form In the afternoon, aald that it^waa tar beneath the beat type of young manhood and woman hood to be satisfied with anything but tbe best possible, in whatever chosen sphere. Under the simple figure ot climber and conqiieror, finely intersected with pithy lllviatration and story the speaker said that this posaible beat was attainable only by individual and consecrated effort ot both heart and mind. Cbrlstlaned effort was stressed for the reason that while one might be able to climb Into wealth and possibly into health by the rigidj observance of certain corresponding | laws by sheer force of will. It were impossible to climb Into thaf character which is Indlapenilable to true sue-: ceasi In a,, word, to the pareuta it :waa emphatically declared, that Mft character, easential to individual'salYSitlon and national welfare was not so much a matter of faithful ministers and eq-ualiyi faUbful' Sunday schpol teachers aa it a riecognltlon of all that:ia Involved la true parenthood. Beside every boy there must stand a father, uiid beside every girl a mother who by speech and action attdv^gene]^] demeanor niust stand to them In large measure iaa their final hiitunn ideal. Inspeaking to d ti^ll house in tho, evening from the story ot the. four lepers of Samaria' Mr. Horsman said that the mo^t tragic thing ih life was not even leprousy but sin of which this dread doaoaae was the Biblical type. Sin waa defined ani,;graplUc8l-ly described aa a complete phyijlKMil disorder which loaves as -its ba'toful legacy; a state ot loatbesqjneneas, -a destitution ot peace aud'-power and fellowship, and a disgrace to every humaiv aaaoclatlon, all of which, Im poa'slblQ as It aoema and paradoxical as It la, thl^ desperation ocoaa loued thereby may be, ua in the cas^ ot (he lepers, the starting point to that salvation which uniquely the IN6MN0W Washington, Jan. 7.-Butter is mR. Ing in Berlin at $!^.25 per pound; sngar at 5G cents per pound, ham atfd bacon at 12.11 per pound, and American loap at five bars for $1.12. This Infonna-tlon, received by the food admlniatra-tion comes through a reliable source from ^ responsible quarter. Tho prices f^re from four to five times as great, as those prevailing in the United States. Guolph elector's approved a by-law proposing a change In the mode of el* acting the mayor and council and in* creasing the size of the council. STOMACH ACTS FINE! ilNDIGESmGAS, Mannyberrlea la now a post of the gift of God through Christ to men, ^p'rovlnclal police'with K. j;'Flatclier "SubJeot'aoalgHi. "JWeh an\|i"Mulei;" ' in ohai'ge. Xhe .Unpardondble Sin or Sure Hell. '.'Tie-^.: ilEARlllN. ACIOnY "Pape's blapeptin" Pixaa 8lok,> Sour, Upiat Stpmacha In Five Miniitea.. You don't want a alow remedy when your stomach Isibad-or an unqertaln one-or a harmful ona-your stbnaoh is'tbo valuable; you; muan't injure it with drastio drilga, ^ � ! . � Pape'aDlapepBinc^lB noted for ita speed in'giving relief; Ita liarml^Rs-nesa; Us certain, unfailing action in roBulatlng:stojr, sour, gassy atqmaobs. Its mllliona of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastrlttB and other stomach trouDle has made it famous the world over.! � �. Keep this? perfect stomach doctor in your Some^keep it handy-get-fi largo fitty-ceut case fron^ any drug store and ' then,'it anyone should eat something rwhi ouoh distress vani^hds. Its' proi!|i|it'' neqs, certainty and oase In ovcsrm>mlnt(' ^ the worst atdmach disord^ra , ^ ;