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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta l'ESDAY. MXl'AttY 28, 101U the 8> firi THE LKTlllMlllXllv DAILY PAGE NINE PHONE I2Z4 WATCH it: ihe K of I', hall oil ntxt. Miss Arnold's Orchestra will -supply ihe music. Anyone wislii-ig Itioits should phone 1792 NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER MEETINGS Oh, hark', the lanEuU The fields aud woods hushed j and dumb. Rut liiten, aud you thai! near a thrill. Aa Inner volte o! .'ilcai-o tome. Stray notes o! birds, tilt' Uum ot bees, The lirooX's llchl ttort'w tin Its vray, Volte of children heard at play, Leaves vrimpertoi; ot a iiimiug breeze. Oh, look! the S02 i> aslreti, The sails haux idle- evermore; j Vet reflOeat from ihe outer The tow wave upon the shore. Sileal !hu dark cave ebiis and nils. i Silent tho broiid and sway; 1 Yet yonder fringe of spiay Is born of surges vjtrt h; DilVict North. I Uiiei-lor. R'.'V. K. 3- HodKl Soction Mrr. ir.'iS 121U St. north. ff Section WcuntS'lay. Mrs j VYestcoll. Tbird Avenue north. day. Mrs. R'j.-e Mrs Oh. see! the sky tk-adly dark. There shines noi imjnn nor any star; Hut gaze awhile and you shall mark Some gleam ul glory Irani afar; i Some half-hid jilauc-fs vagrant my; j And, eastward, smu'.i taim flush of Morris in Omftirm t Science Monitor. I Section 18th St. north. Section 4- Wednesday, rarJ, 5V> IStit St. north. District Eait. Director, nev. f. K. Case Hei-lion Mrs. Gr.ien 1218 3nl Ave. A. Section Mrs. And 1304 Gth Avt. aotith. Section C--Wednesday. Mrs. Kipl 1415 Avo. S. District Weil. Director. Itev. 0. 1.. Set-lion Mts. Blarconi, 541 5th Ave. S. District South. Direrlor. Ilev. W. V. Dafoe. Section llrs. Tuck well, Cth St. K.; all-! uoi-k, llth St. S. Central District I Director. Kev. Cain. Dimoon. WediiMilay. Mrs. llruckct, JLHU "GET IT AT THE BAY" Goods at Reasonable Prices in the Grocery Department Hudson Bay Tea, No. 2, choice quality, I Ib. pkl. 62c Graham Wafers, Christies, JILT tin.........60c Lemons, good size, per dozen............35c Jamieson's Coffee, ground, 1 Ib. pkts. Extra Special, each..................49c ,j PERSONAL. J ALBERTA FARM 1 I Alberta firm women at their Kdmorton conveatitra elct-twl ihe tol- Mr. A. 11. Smith of the 1 nlon Bank district directors: Mac-lead, cit Canada, who has appointed ns- -jj i -Spars. oJ N'Rnion; I.c-th- Elstant to Ihe Inspector of Alberta j n Kllert. of Milk branches left last nlshi for Calgary, j nun- where he will mate hU headquarters, j accortlan.ee ..wilh a resolution Lux, 3 packets for............... 35c Soda Biscuits, Paulin's family size, per pkt. 35c Dominion Corn Flakes, 5 pkts. for.........60c Cheese, Finest Ontario, per Ib......'......32c Carnation Milk, small size, 12 Toilet Soap, Milady 'Glycerine, splendid value, 3 cakes for............1 25c Laundry Soap, Fels Naptha, 10 har.s for.....95c Phone 313 Prompt Delivery Mr. H. Bentlny who has been ser- iously 111 with influenza is now much i belter. Gunner Kreil Kane ot the 39th Bat- tery returnea from France yesterday moinlng. Guoner Kane is the son ot W 1C Kane, 1221 4th Ave. north. Mrs.. It. Shauls anil family have moved to Nelson, where they have tak- en a furnished house till next May. sent in by Altorado union and ed the government of Alberta will asked to pass a law making super- vision ot Ih? play perMs by Ihe teacher compulEory. Another resolu- tion sent In by the same union asking that the department of education ue asked to place in the .curriculum a course ot stuily which will develop a national spirit, was withdrawn when it was explained that the department had already in course of compilation T. B. SANATORIUM IN ONTARIO OTTAWA. Jan. department of soldiers' civil reestaulUhntent. has decided to establish a Dominion some time ago j lo aeal a resolution sent itorium for men returning from over Isc-as Glittering from rniciled In Ontario. The proposal von- templates an expenditure, I'AUIS, Jan. nUractlnK inttch attention, a i-hango lias lieen made In: the'name of the Important femniiltec cl the' peacij conference fthicli 13 to deal with the o' Damages suffered Ihrougn the war am Voninensatlon for Iheiii. o being the coiranltte.B on -lndcn3nUiciave a short address" on "Prayer." Next iveek Vfill he the last week for hose luncheons which have been very popular. are served cafeteria ilyle and while the girls are having urich, Miss Saxman gives an intetcst- ng talk, her sincerity and personal charm tnakins her-a great favorite with the girls of the city. There will he a meeting for all young people, both young men and young women in Wesley hall tomor- row night at 7.15. The Major Jack Ross Chapter, l.O O. K., will meet tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock In Ihe con vent, in the room used for sewing. A full attendance Is requested. As nsr coiistttutlon, dues' tor 1016 must he paH before February HI, otherwise members are not entitled (o vole a the annual tnoetiiig. Will all member kindly come prepared lo pay. iluss a this meeting. Those on metnhcrahl rolls not wishing lo continue shoul send their pins to the. Ireasliror, Mrs W. II. Holl. ami purchase o returned. A well-ahended meeting was ,hel by the women of Ihe.'rongresation o St. Augtislin's church yesterday afte noon lii Ihe pnrlelt hall. 1'lans fo the year's work- were discussed at tho muetlng was addressed by pano MtiTrell-Wrlslil. At the conclusion social lea was given. v l With all ladles, all the schools, lhat have ueen collect! lloval Crown Soap Wrappers plea Imiid Ihem in not later than tho Slh j February to Mrs. R, N'ceda, 1241 ftli Ave. A. south. The 0.1. A. will meet at Mrs. Ward- msn's. C12 litli St, A. north, on Wed- nesrlay afternoon. January 2Slh .for sowing. All memhera are rennestcd to be present as other ImpprltsiU business wili he itisctisiieil. '-Miss l.amont's will bo held at In Wesley' halt'toniorrow. ft The Ancient Order of Foresters are hoMlnjanollier'cl their popular dancei 3 tLUIUD problem, and it was finally decided to leave the resolution' lo ue dealt with by the executive and lioard. and that any girls having relson for com- plaint report to Ihe U. F. A. o4. few hours to the west of you is a land of mild temperatures, salt breezes, green forests and beautiful, busy cities. Now this winter, in your rest time, rec- reation and inspiration are offered you in THE GREAT.PACII-IC NORTHWEST COLDS STRIKE The throat, breathing nd are the weak tpou >l which colds strike. And ihese arc the very ortriDj nmt diffi- cult to treat, because only breath eifcle remedy tt of Pepf provide brcatheablc remedy, nod thrtr iupcrlorlty wblch are _____into the stomach there- fore obvious. -For coflvenlencr, Dili remedy tt con- densed Into tablet form. To take the treatment, merely tic- jolve Pepi In yonr month, >aJ the medicinal that to released Is carried by fhe breath to the rtmolclt ptili of Ihe .bitathlng; pisugei and lunjl, holing, toothing and strength- enlnj every wltti which II cornel IB contact. At the ttme lime, by destroying all disease germs, these medicinal fumes prevent the development 61 colds, coughs and chcit trouble, Carry Peps with and you go from an healed bulldinff to the bitter cold of outdoors, put a in your mouth, Also as pro- tection plains! keep a I'epln your moulti, when breath- ing Ihe impure air of a crowded theatre or store. Alft equllly i for broacbltll, to us for any information. Pacific Northwett Tourist 1, C. Smith BuiHln SEATTLE, WASH. mri Vnrn itirf rtonlA in Enjoy mrj rrtlnuttef winter months-- COKE TO THE Canadian Pacific Coast sights-continue your favorite outdoor sports ;