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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIpAy, JANUARY 11, im THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN "^f A list of �cold weilKer" rfequ�rertfents^-^hich will be found on sale at this Wonderful s^le, which witf be llife talk of the town for the neW nine days. A real' cut price" sale. lore Open Until 9 0*c^^^^ Saturday Night 500 Pai^s t^iei Hose, wdrth jjp to 90t. . r....... Ladies' Union Suits. Lots o{ them on sale. ; ...  95c Girls'Black Wool tights. All .sizes. ................ 65c Ladies'^ Fleeced and Fine Ribbed;Vests.....^. Girl*, 75c to 90c |00 Toques lor Boys 'and Girls' Sweater Coats! Worth 1 OC li^ to $2.00 for.......... Boys' Sweater and Jerseys. 1 1 A AH wool..... ...... I.IU Men's Fine or Heavy Wool Ottg% Socks. On sale ........... ^OK^ ^% gmt jfmm pmt 15 pieces of Fui including Caperines, Stoles and Throws, # 53 >vorth up to' $12.00 for a quick clean up Tomorrow. 2 only, Ladies' $100.00 Rat 4 only, Sets of Fox, Worth (t/IT $85.00...... ......... nP^i 2 sets White Electric Fox, (t^ 1 Q $25.00for M)lo All Wool Coating. Worth up 1 QC to $4.00......... ....., l.VJ SERGE DRESSES on sale 1-4 OFF You Save on EVERYTHING You Buy at this Sale PHONE 1324 Mr, and Mrs. V. K, oreen have ro-tiirncfl from apendtnK the holidays In Ohio and Indiana. * � - ^lii^. J4Bsie. Uickell Iiuh returnod from Rod Dipr, whore she spent the holiday Hoaaon with friends. '  �  Dominion Rehokah I^oilge, No. 41, arc hpldin)(/ft danco Monday evoning. Jahuiry lAiH: Invitations arc laBued to bblh ladl^s'anU ^vntlemeu nful must ho presented at iho door MR. tlORSMAN'S lASI By a change of subject Rev. Aom-timn Bpoko last night In the Baptist ^hilr.cU on '^anctlflcatlon" which he �aldi was n \ather abused term and Which he defined as the 'doctrine of prbgresslve holiness.' Developing his theme In terms rot the health of the aoul, said that conversion was but the crisis of conyalesceilce; sanctlflcatlon the gradual growing up ofthe soul In to full health. Sinless perfection as claimed by Bonie, in the speaker's mind was neither affirmed nor denied in the New Testament', buj; he believed that human Christian experience stood to disprove the Idea. ' Whether modern Christians could buido Paul and John In attaining this high, moral excellence, both of whom claimed in their last' moments that the^ wore still striving for the goal, was* a'question to which the speaker would'' not .ittompt an answer, but he had, nothing better to suggest to any aspirant to the fullest likeness of Chrfst, than the emulation of those early followers 'of Jesus whom heaven has se^u fit to^ publicly Immortalize. The primary and secondary means whibh Providence has disposed to us lor this attainment of JIfe were defined and explained in a fashion which had no.word or sancltlon tor shallow thinking, and unnatural ecstacy. This yua the profoundest of Mr. Horsman's addresses.' . I � � ., , ^. J. Tonight 1^ the farew611 meeting and �^'111 close the mission which has been characterj/ed thrpughout by deep spiritual fervor, clearness of expression and' high scii'plarly^ attainment. No 'moment has been spent In destructive criticism of either nitin or method. Mr. Horsman believes profoundly in his business and to whom sin, and salvation in Christ are the sternest realities, a recognition of which determines without question the rbdeeminig of the Individual soul, the perfecting of human society and the dawning of the golden age, and that an open Bible with a consecrated' and unprejudiced mind la the only safe and reliable'conductor to this desired end. ^Closing subject; "The Woman That �Turned to Salt; or Too Lato tor a Bargain." Thank ottering at this service. WANTS THE PEACE (CONTIVtJED from FbONT Pa01> MUTHERI YOUR CHILD IS GROSS^FEVERISH, - FROM CONSTIPATION IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN , LIVER AND BOWELS Olvei "California Syrup of Fitfs" at on^e-a tcnspoonful today often saves' A albk child tomorrow.. '. II Vour little Olio is out-of-sorts, half-alokf*: isn't resting, eating and aoting natuHaUy-look, Mptlier! aeie It tongue u coated. Thia is a surbj^lj^n that lis .4)tt|0' Btomaoh, liver and/bowel? are. GlOKKed with waatb. Wlien cross, irrl-laUle, foverlsh, stomach sour, breath badv^oe hfiB atoniaohaoho, diarrhoea, eorot tUroRt, full of icold. give a tea-apopnful of "Cailitorrila Syrup ot Pigs,'' and Friday.-Calgary Al-behan. Mrs. Howard Tye, of aiirllng. Is spending the week end with Mrs. C. F. P. ConybeOirc. Mrs. Tye Is the wife of Lieut. Tye who lately won' the Military Cross,. * ' * * Miss .Brma Dosae entertained nine of her girl frienda laat evening in honor of her gueata. Miss Margaret Gibbons, and Miss C. Gibson of Bow (aland. Games, music and dancing were Indulged In until a late hour when refreshments were served. . * * * The marrljge will take place In Ottawa on Wednesday next of George P. Gait, prominent business man ot ' 'Winnipeg and a member of the war purchasing commiaalon and Muriel, only daughter of Rrlg.-Gen. and Mrs. Maunsell ot Ottawa.. r ft t The Daughters and Maids of England met in the* S. O. B., hall on Wednesday evening when the newly elected officer, for 1918 were Installed by Sister .Wakelliv" after the meeting a social time was-enjoyed by the members and a few friends, it was arranged to hold .a Whlat Drive and Dance Ion Wednesday next, the 16th In the S. 0. B. hall.  �  , m/.t.d. Lowe.s. of Calgary, has re^ I celved word from his daughter, Mrs. I Jenklnsoi;!, nee Miss Kale Lowes, who-j is wintering'In Florida, that his son-in-law, Lieut,, :T. B. .lenklnson, 9th Lancers, England, formerly of Med-� Iclne Hat, has received the Military : Gross for conspicuous bravery In France. Lieut. Jcnkinson has seen three years' aervice at the front and has only lately returned to France after recovering front wounds. '�.Women ot'2l'ropublics in North'and South America liave been called upon to organize an Inter-Amerlcan round table as a means for mutual aid in meeting unusual conditions created throughout the. hoinisphere by the war. John Barret, director-general ot the pan-Araerlcan union. Is sponsor for the movement and among those Interested in the movement hero are Mrs. Robert Lansing and Lady Abar-deen, president of the International Council of AVolpcn.Mlss C. B. Mason, of Tarrytown, Hudson, N.Y., has been named dlrector-genbrai. Link Economy with Production " Buy accardiiis; to food xnliies, save h pur-ctuisim; ccoiiiinica'ly. r.r.d to di tliis study fond values ''- National Sa-vice Ih;trd. On Tupsday evening the following officers of Mlapah;,lodge No, 72, 1.0.0, F, were instilled'tor the bnsuing year: ' ' ,''':', i- J. P. G,W. Carter; 'N, O., J, Kirk; V. G,, Ji S. Johnston; Rec.-Seo., Geo, Field, P.G,; Pin. Spc/,- J.fBprnard, P. IQ,; Treas*. H. SKlnnpr, P.O.; Warden, . \ $1,300.00 After discussion the report was ad After discussion the report was adopted and the heartiest thanks of the congregation was accorded to Mr. Smith. � �^Tho envelope secretary reported tU^it at the end of.the year the arrbfos standing on the bodka were very small, 'ifor the church |89.6d, for mission �10| The rector nominated Mr. M.Tree* man as his warden for the year. It was decided to appoint twbaides-meu to assist each warden, and a committee of two to assist the envelope secretary. , . i I - A nominating committee CQnsistlq|[ ot Messrs. J. S.' Snfllh,' M- Freeman, C, B. Bowtnan, with the rector, was appointed to report to ah adjourned meeting to'be called within the.month for all the other church pltlcersl. The rector addressed the meeting briefly upon the spiritual needs of the congregation, emphaslsslng the duty and privilege of every:member serving th'o church and aiklng partlciilairl];' for the return of all thp service cards lately sent out. Ho Sugar crop. Involving expenditure of a sum as high as fl60,qoo.090 la under con wrap Ooinpany."^Advortl�qment. J sidoratlon kore, H^jj^MJluarned ^oday." The Dominion government has'au-thorl;^ed the hospital oommlsaiop to pay the following scale of allowapoea to returned sojfllers palled Jn tor re-exemption at 1i hospital or for r^fealr* to or supply ot artificial limbs. and their appliances. Return ' trnnapbrtnS tlon, first clasBi with sleeplni| berth A plan nnderjii: necessary; $1.10 a day for aline alj-. * Iseuttrom home, plus $1.^0'for'Aflch night spent at a hotel and SO our regular $5^00 lines. While they; last: , $2.95 HtJFNER, the Shoe � 506 3rd Avenue South ii 35 70 3498?28150 07 87 ;