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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'HDAY.JANl'AHY 18, DAILY HERALD ELFA'EN PHONE 1224 save rft'dooi's Uauueis e'er wavo. worM forever frte. K. It. llaker. Culiago. III. duties on the teathing and may take charge of the room at I'tn K'hooi formerly taught Ly Miss ley. MIPS Koblsou v.'lll resume duties on Monday. THE COMMON CAUSE Tiii-y i-amo froui East, the; came from West, O'er ocean wile and mountain crost: Ttiev fought for the cause they loved The sacred cauao of Freedom. They came in legions, men of might, Stern warriors nerved for desperate They bled for country, home and right. To make the whole world free. Oji reddened rack ol Dardanelles. Thru hell of flatnu and shrapnel shells. By [reaches torn and poisoned wells; Thev1 died tor the cause Ihsy loved Iho For Wood bought llljerty. But not in vain they died to PERS o Mrs. McKJntioy. SI.L.A., of Clares- holoi will he the (jiieat 'jf Mr. and J. W. Craig during her vlsli in Ihe city. Mrs, Mitchell has received a wire from her host ami. Driver A. Mitchell. thai bo lias readied Canada, and will be liuniu on Jan. 25. Mrs. K. J. I.eiuleux arrived yester- day from O1 nary to visit with Mra Fred Kenny. MISB K. M. Jxms ol Taber, Is the guest ol Miss Era Hlssett for the Mr. A. K. fleaumont ot the Knight- Walson Itanching company Is leaving today lo spend a short time in Winiil- Among 'he out-of-town al- totiding ihe were Dr. unii Mrs, Haroiuau anil her mother. Mrs- Harbour, Mrs. II, Myers and her siitsr OUon Mrs. Cecil iiaboo. Miss Mr. aiid Mrs. J. White of Tab er, Mr. J. Jell and Mta.1 TruswelS of Taber. Mr. H. Treb and Miss frch of Monarch, ami Mrs. Matthews of CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES c- o c- B-O Tfie feiemtlvc of the Neii-oI-Ktu will meet in th? Secretary's office in the Veteran's Club rooms uti Monday afternoon at J o'clock. There will be a meeting ot tnt-ii lo tnorrow morning Ln ihe rutted cliurcu hall at 10 o'cl'ji-k. adilressert by Evan- gelist Stephens. All men are Invited. TrUa Tie Fruit Mtdlciac. Canon J. K. MurreMVrlght, who lias returned lo IiU home after being ill with influenza at the Gait Hospital, Is sllll In very poor their request for ruouey In L place of the lynjf'jri.1; that have a! ways Several fit lit-] id very 1 kindly turned over liioir Loan Coniiubsfon to the AJ it-tier uf acknovvledgfemen: for and i-omforts was reveJvt-d from Lieut.! Kerr, frank Sanitariuiu. .Several lev ters ivere also received from a oE j ins EylJEora wirjaiv'a tiial had it- S i rhrKtmap cheer from the Chaiiter. j Tea served during the afternoon j by ihe executive. I It was ileclded tria: the uexi 1 iceetiny be CD -leLoad i Thursday. 13ib, tltf annual MnpeiiPg will I11 oa Thursday, Kel. :'OUi. ulecnoii of officers. THRIFT RECIPES J Miss Jessie who lias been j j seriously ill for sonic Unit', has now The members ot the Maihesls tub are aakeJ lo jitease Tioie a its program for the January general Dieoling. Owing to an eneaecmfnt, Mrs L C' McKinncv finds it r ill f'T many from M155 ANNIE WtHD f 112 Hazcn fi., Ki. John', N.B. "Ills wilh (tleasuro tljai I rcrite lo tell youoflliCEreatl.'Ciiei'illrecei veil from tho use of your medicine, 1 KJ3 great sufTerer ssueil t-y the Canada Kixvl Eiuard. Corn snd Celery rups corn. up celery. 1 cup t-ruin us atpoou salt. 1-2 cup but milk. Arrange Aim ami celery in layers uiih salt. Add hut mill; and tnelle.l Cover with buttered crumbs and lake 'JO in CLEARANCE OF ALL ODDMENTS AND LEFT-OVERS AT SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICES TONIGHT! Xor for naught their Hvi-s ihey recovered sufficiently to resume her 20% Discount IfYouAct'Now '_ BVKR iltlaj- wlioro the wel- fare of your teeth is cor.' cerued. Hut iierhans you feel the need of economizing at llio moment. Then you may do il nnd still have your teeth attended to. Bring This Advertise- ment to Our Offices, If presented (o us during this month it is as good as a receipt for 51.00 on every of work you havo done. Our regular moderate prices are widely Hero is your opportun- ity to discount Ihem hy twenty licr cent., and remember at all Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. iblc to be here for the but !is the dun on Monday. January 1 at 4.15 In Ihe Y.M.C.A. "Glimpses of the Legislature." All i nt the rliy interested In Mrs. McKiunev and her wurk are very Cor- dially invited to attend this meet- ing. I'arliamemary drill win b'e beld i V' promptly lit 3 o'clock, followed by the troubles and havi regular business itreting. Any v.'tto i have not had a dmnce to pay ttit-ir clues may do so this being lira'. I general meeting since September. j Members of the Daughters und'; Maids of England are asked to kindly, donate a cake towards refreshments i al the whist drive and dance to be held in Biugmami's hail on Tuesday 1 evening next. II li> hoped Hint mem-! bers will make a special elfort to lie present. and Const ifctiv n. 1 Iri ed everything, consulted but Botliing seemed lo me until I tried Truit-a-livcs'. After i had taken screra! boxes, I KIS completely relieved of lhcs.o been unusually well ever since." Miss AXXIR is fresh fruit juices, CQ utoiil rated and increased m flrcnytli.combiDcdnith finest tonics, nuil Isa positiroand remedy for Ile-idarties nnd Con-iUnation. a tnalsiie i laymen loth i Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lcthbridge Hotel, LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. (bridge district of (he Methodist church! in Wesley church Tliurfiday, I January ifiili. lr> methods work and for sjilritusl conferniics, Kev. K. J. llodglns. chairman ot ihe ullstiict, presiding. HPV. Thos. Powell, missio.nery sup- ftrlntendeut for Southern Alberta, was present, and under his leadership re- ports were received from the dirreren'. Cicld.s as to progress in missionary .education and givlngs for ihe year. :rt. Kimlly note Thre" things are to be impressed upon A full attendance !lrie people in this connnciian. viz: I (a) Necessity Intercessory prayer !for missions. Responsibility of v -V stewardship, (c.) An every meinbsr canvass. During the day Mr, Hartley jl Mount Itoyal College spoke on the pvork ol lhat institution and the unity- IcK.1 'nj Olir educational appeals. The ftiimip.1 iuiu-hJm ot the Art1 The marlagc tooU jilace at Iht A committee waa to look Needlnwork Club ivill bo held at thu u t parsonage Eaal Calgary.-on iuto this matter. ncsJav ot Miss Lucy Beaton and t home of Mrs, II. A. The History and Current Events de- street on Monday at rartmeiu of the Matlicsls Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Allison. 907 oilier rohearral will In? bt'ld 7th Avenue south on Tuesday (Jan. tomorr0w (Sunday! in the G. V. 21) at 3 o'clock. The subject for tho day will be "Brussels, Ilelgium. and Paris, France." Also recipes will be exchanged. it A very handsome trained atul enlarg- ed photograph ol Gnlt Gardens lias j f WEDDINGS. been donated to the G. W. V. A. by Mr.' Dudley S. Holt which the Veterans acknowledge with thanks. A. audilorium at the change oi hour. is requested 1 SALE YLANDS... .UMMAGE The Final Clearance olall klnds'ol desirable. winter merchandise. From (lie very teEinnlns Ihlfl BalohaB proven llselt to be just tho sort ot event it was prom- ised lo he. Tho unreserved npproval o( our nitrons, demonstrated' bi- lbo enlliuslaslio selections they are malilns from the roiluceil rrlcod groupa, atflrmlng over and over again lhat llloy are lindlng THIS IB THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON TO EFFECT BIG SAVINGS. Remember, Monday is the Last Day of This Bargain Feast FLANNELETTE Knncj- atrlpprt flannelette In splendid quality and yiihie lhat is worth our selllnB In nearly aJl wholesale houses today. 07 It Is 32 Inches wide. RummaEo Sale, yard FLANNELETTE BLANKETS I'lire white flannclctto Wankels In Iho flrel qunllty. Your choice o[ pink or bordor. Full double led size. Regular f 3.50. 'o Qfk lliimmiso Salo WOOL BLANKETS Tlie last of a good selling lino of Wool Blankets. We boujlit theso a long lime ago ao you will know that they ate, ft'reaVCv bargain. Slic 66i76. Ilummaso Sale, pair.. 'TOWELS'' Kilra largo wbtlfl balli towels In eicellent- absorbent auallty. Size 22x40. A loweHhat will give all kinds of wear. RcBilllr 1 Aft to J1.35 value today. Haminaee Snlc. pair PURE WOOL COMBINATIONS Children's purr wool combinations, made hy one' 'the best of lifgu data underwear. Full fashlonort and unheaiaWc In the afternoon session II. to Moke This Pine Cough Remedy 1 jvum'iit rnuJH, You ilial pinp is in ncar'T ctl prescriptions and remedies for coup'ns The reason is that contains several peculiar elemcjifs inr.t a remaik- sble rffecL in and hcalinjr tlie membranes of Ojroat ani chest. J'ino ia fataons for iliis imrpoEO. Pine tynips arc roinlii nation a rf text he deliverPtl a most earnest j> peal to (he ministers and others r FOOD BOAKD FLASHES i eat to stand heroically Tor the grea things of the spirit, as against crush- ,f f materialism. He referrrd to how Germany bad become enslaved by the p- of the Rims of the >rcw Year materialistic s might. eH Qi, halt "a doze'u cliickens Ue-ieri %Tlii5 is essenlially Jt !s one way to help anarti to bctome i thrifty rather ihin a spendthrift Britain's fiholrage of-'cgRs' durjng tlic war ara- At the close of the address a res- olution was parsed thanking Sir. Stephens "for his most helpful address. This was by a discussion on ihe work ot Evangelism aud Social Service, which is a very active depart- than you cjn ......_. very take'it t.iccrly. Von CHH fi-ol this liolfl of R rir cold in n. wny that means The m.iy be drv, iiosrsc ami fibril, to the Daughters of the Km pi re union Evangelistic meeting Icil by Mr. j fund for rebabiDation ol devastated (hc evening. ureas in Franco the local Y.---------------------- M. C. A.; per month for 6 months to ihe Field Comforts Com-: minion in SlionirlitTe, England, as per Regular for Regular for Regular for i Regular for EVERY COAT AND DRESS AT SALE PRICES RYLANDS CO. Youdon'i rrfcd to thic "children ir> ihcif "pitcts' ;j> whcrt you spread them wuh "Squirrel" Brand Peanut Butler contains ifcc clcrr-cnlsthnt biifd a quality, Gel tht "Squirnt" SrtnJ rcctpc freoA from your Ulltmtny Ititnfl CANADA NOT CO, tIMITK> 'Ml.'. i" A'. .JM-J-i 'is People in I.etlilrldge nre rather disturbed over a rennrt appearing in Calgary vapors to tho eKect Ihal pro- vincial govermnent officials have made a virtual promise that a Normal fcliool will be built in Calgary Ihls year greatly iur.reaslng Ihe arconimo. ilalion of tbn training school (hero. Al Ilie annual tneeliiig of Ihe board of trade (he matter of a Normal seliool for I.ethbrltlge was discussed. In fad the matter of securing a teachers' training school in Ihe southern part of Ihe province has been under consider- ation for three or four years, and re- commendations h'avc been placed be- fore Ihe government by educational- ists In-the soulli lhat Ixsllinridce should havo sucli a school hefofc one Is bnill elsewhere in order to give pupils .ivishliig lo lake the course an opportunity of doing so witboul go- ing so far from home. In Iho district of.whtch Is the centre liierc are 60S teachers employed, and II (3 felt lhat Ihls liolnl should be the firal lo bo considered. At Iho present time Calgary has a training school. null iho only dim In building new ono there. It Is polnled out here, la to Increase Ihe capacity and thus con- tinuo to concentrate teacher training In the northern clly. It Is undorslood lhal I.ethljrldgc's, ODDMENTS On a table full length of Dry Goods Section oi wonderful values. Cottons, Sheetings, Voiles, Prints, Serges, Silks, Foulards, Repps, Gabar- dines, Ninons, Crepes, Flannelette, Lawns, Shirtings, etc., etc., and oh, such a slaughter of prices. SATURDAY SPECIALS 12 PIECES OF SCRIMS, VOILES, POPUNS, MARQUISETTES Hegular selling price from 35c to Co. To clear A FEW REMNANTS OF CURTAIN GOODS In marquise-ite, neil. nboui 20 in all. Clearing at less than first cost. Princes ranging fiom 32c yl AA tu TiVW. TWO PIECES OF JUTE STAIR CARPET LEFT Regular 65c at Regular 85c for 87c REMNANTS OF LINOLEUM From to SECbND FLOOR LADIES' WALKING SHOES ID patent leather, guisnietal and box calf in button and laced .ityles on ttie season's latest last. Gooil weight leather soles and concave heels, Sizes 2 to o QQ Price LADIES' JAPANESE SATIN HOUSE SLIPPERS In colors 'red, piuk anU' blue. Tins is soft, and comfortable on the foot. Out they go C LADIES' JAP SILK AND VOILE WAISTS Odd sires, good styles, worth to 35.25. Oddment Price AA Hccontl Floor CHILDREN'S COATS In Bear ami Hanging lo 53.CK! 077 r each. Oddinenl Price I SECOND FtOpR 10 BROKEN FLOSS Ami Three Bee. Colors1, coral .black? "golden brown, yellow, lavender, green, blue. Oddmcnt S DOZEN ALL PURE WOOL WHITE HOSE Sizes to Si.-.. Values at 65c and 75c. Oddm'ent parr MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED WOOL SWEATER COATS In grey, maroon and brown. Tlfgular Oddnwni O AQ Price v BOYS' CORDUROY VELVET SUITS Sizes -1 to 6, Oddment MEN'S SUSPENDERS A few only letl- OiJdment I'rlte CUT PLUG TOBACCO Vz Ib. tin H. B. Cut Plug 80c Ib. tin Royal Mint.............. 8le Hi: tin Old Virginia........ 75c Ib. tin T. B. Cut Plug 90c CIGARETTES Mogul Cigarettes........... 20c Navy Cut Virginia...............-----I8c Bow Belk Cigarettes................-.. 20c Gold Crest Cigarettes..................2Bc representations to the government will be renewed J'.tring (lie next weeX, arid It is lioped to secure a fair con- sideration for claims be- fore the final decision is made. The 'union ".calnpalen conducted by KvangelU.! ens and parly Js. interest and momentum 6very day. anrv tno ministers cxiifct to lie an "ofer (be tcp" day. A mans mEetlng for- men 13 (o be bCid in Knox I'res church at 3 nt which time Rev. Stephens speak on tho stirring subject of "llcrorj anil CM- anrt to serve sonio "hot cakes off the RrJddlG." and !m, 'that he will toll wliii'. iTind'of a maynr snoulcl hcvei. 'Hicre is to be special singing a nfpn'K cli6nu ftnil Al Hie same limo in "Wesley chnrcii tliere Is lo be a mass hieeting of wciuen. to ho nddresscil by >trS. II..L. Stephens. ..The J.ujjict o( her address will be "The ifoiise 'of 1 Hondage." Mrs. Stephens in work many years, in Vork city, and will relate some of her interesting experiences, Taxman will render a fteantlfnl solo entitled "Some .Mother's Child." All tho women of the city, woinen's clubs, organizations and missionary Eocte- ttea'are Invited anil urged to present. iAli 7 p.m. one of the greatest tlons of the present day will bd'dealt with by Evangelist Stephens In hli subject. any.pleaanrB In iho death of Iho wicked? Is Iherc a hell? Does Octl senil nnyone'lhoret" i'rof. Msher will furnish beautffu) music, wilh the a'sfslance of a large cltolr. Everybody fn welcome and requested to come early to get o seal. A nurseix is provided for all rhothera hrioglng their children. 1 GENEROUS TREATMENT j i IIUTTK. Mont.. Jan. IS.- 1'ree land lodging for strandeil solrlleri anJ Isailora, now .numbering aevernl liuni- 'red in Untie, 'vlll be by tho j Anaconda Mining Company, tt. 1 was aniio'u." today. For this purpose the colnpany hw iaksn over Ihs Hor. CMC Ilplel. (ha. tercel In ;