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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AUK .MM'. Wlioii Iho Hcni'lot canllnal IoUk I ll(!r (IroaniH to tlin ilnigon,fly. And llin larfy liioozn makes ti nent In tlie lrct;a, And nininiui'm a lulluby. U iH July! -Woman's World. � � � voek Olid with Mr. and Mrs. it. \V. I.oiib at Jlfidicini! ilat. / Mrs. Dr. Staepoolo of Cirrdslon, has! ticen tho guest of Mrs. J. 13. Ross for a short time, on routiv to Saskatoon^ � � m Jlrs. D. H.' Way has gone to tlie Coast to visit lier dauglu liuclianun I, Aiulrfty ^^Jouos 1, .Miss; .MacKay It. Total t', lialrs, 1 (Iraili! 111.-Cissy Anderson 1, Kditli ' .liidd' 1, iJorothy Walla(-(; I. Margaret! .larviK 1, Beatrice � 1, ' I-nvliiu l, Hilda i'roctor I, llanlel, Chaiilln L'. Total 9 pair.-;. ! '.iriido Irene', Wood ;. FJe.'t.Je : Battlst .Mary Hoyden .Maliel llaiii-iltoii I, Vloltt KrunclH 1. Total 7: i |ialrn. , ; Grade IV.--I.yUe ' .\udel I. rtarnli i I SoUivl and their little granddaughter, Ber-nadotte Klshor, siieiii the week-end ut Banff!"' 10 The beet thing iiibout BLUE RIBBON TEA is the value; the least, the pricet and the wotBt thing is to do without at^ den 1. Kathleen' KoliinKMi I. Aerial 'Carson 1. Lillian Bixby 1. Stella Di i-ver 1. Adair Simp.soii :;. ICdilli Ball 1!, Kthel JackKon 1, J. floiin 1. Total ; puhi-i. , tirade VI.--Helen HDyden I.otiie I Blunt I. ]{obcrta Rlacixay i). .N'ora I MarK.->�? C ; CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : .s with a little chopped ice and fill with cold milk. Stir well. Trv thit cooling, delightful FRY drink. You'll want it often. o'clock, tha annual Sutldnv school picnic. Thursday night at S.30: Quarterly ^ . ' j'^i � 1 iiursciav nigai ai i^nai .Sock.s knitted m W|..-^i niiii..ter school ; ,,,Hi,ec� meetlngor the churcli. .... � ',' �'Alexander I. Kthel j christian Church-The Ladles' Aid .> ... vvI-Mien ^0, .Madge Annctts 1. Arthur m ,,e ,,,,stor's residence, till' 7th St. Bertster 1, ,rames Binvker 1. Joe Bow- ; S. on Wednesday afternoon at Guides at St. Cypriaii's churcli on Wednesday evening: at eight o'clock. All members are requested-to attend. treaty" with the .United -.States-will come into effect. Then, following 60 days of grace, Canadi-ans resident in the United Stales, and Americans resident In Cana- da are respectively liable to'draft for mitltary service. Preparations for prooeedlnfls under the terms of treaty already have been made at Ottawa. Enjoyed by .Young and Old -as Wholesome as il tastes. Ice Cream Bon Ton Ice cream Is the most refreehlna summer delicacy. It Is a nourishing, Irresistible food. You don't have to be- tempted Into eating It, There Is nothing better for the-youngstura In warm weather than our Ice cream. Let them have all they want of It. And grovvn-ups too, onjoy It, and reap healthful benefits from it. At our fountain or In bulti,' The on Ton 420 F^FTH STREET 8. , I I-'� -''''mes (';aner 1. licubeii Carter! \o-nravor meetinir Wednesdav eve-wlth the executive committee at her|,, y.:,^,^^^ o. Freeborne lI,,,' ' " ' ""'^''"'> e^'ht'o^oc^" "'!^-�'�V ";^:^i-'ld Ori.t l.j-T^ cro^s sewing Friday aftertum eljhto clock. ^ � ^ i Lwart llodgins 1. ( ladys Hodglns 1, ., n^d Cross, sewing rooms. , There will he a meeting of the Girl \ nuls 6* I VlracfLrlM" Arvili i i!"""" ^'=v"" ''{T' ' � r ' , \, ' ^"'''yv '^'^'^ i muulon following. .No preaching ser-; Larson 1, tMarence Larson I, Molet ,,he morning or evening, a.s the i Logans, Nellie .\ eiver 1. Annie Mc-1 p.^^tor will bo in iCrskine at conven-! Nnb 1, .Helen .Mordca-.l. l^lancho Clan-! tion � " der J. }Ja;!el iteid 1,. Duris JJoberts :,.t;iji\. J jjc L-vt-iJi^ Hjjiejj will ViV,';"^''""'";';, � �'-^�":;iake plac?., h. Heaven and on earth. The-Willard W.C.X.G. are holding a special husliieBS meeting on Friday evening at eight o'clock at tho home of .Mrs. Goldle, 5SS 12th St, C .North. ^Members are urgently retiuestod to attend. �  � Tho Baptist -Sunday school picnic will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, ,luly ;trd, at the river bottom. All are asked to meet at the church at 2:fl0 Wii.^on 1. Willie Gilw'l, teachers and frlendii S. Total for term 'yll. the l.O.D.K. acknowledge with thanks tho i-ecreipt of ni! pairs of socks from GalbraUli school fur the month of June. .May Brown 1. Kenneth Menderstrom 2, C^alvin Fairbanks 1, Wiilio i.\iii-. hanks 1, ,loe Lakie 1, Je.ise Cralil) 1. Miss F. Smith 1, John Martin o. 101-, ,, , ,, ,.......,,, nine Tliomas 1. P.lsic Talbot 1. Jessie i p.m. sharp. The yoUinteer service ofij,,,,.^, ^ 1 anyone having a car for � short ime 3 . ,,^,, , ' , to assist in taking the. smaller child; 1 j^,, ^,,, ^ ' o,.u, ' renatid the mothers will be much jS^Nii-JilL o/Frtmc^^^^^ predated. ^ , , � ! jorle Muturt John Fozard 1, Lillian: , The regular monthly' meeting of .h� : f:^T'^i^%tTt^>^''i'!J:'7 \ .N'ltVBJnff .Mission Board wilt be held in j -f^J^'j.V villie Boo I i foe �the V.M.C.A. next Monday afterno^ I l^�i,^^/^''';j^'^^^^f;;,J^- ^^,|^� at tour o'clock. The members are j, |^ Marlon Ralston I I i/7ie it, 1 ; kindly requested lo htive their collect-1 .j^J'^/'^fV"'l^"'" 'ing dime before that date and It 1� ; ^ " ';______^_ hoped tlmt every inemhor will he pro-' '^^^^ -� 'sent as there will be no meeting ' CTf August. W' The .ludgment Seat of Clirist-Tlie -Marriage of tlie ivamb-Return of the . ,, ,, ,, , I Jews to Palestine-Tempie Rebuilt �- I he Sir Alexander tJalt cliapler of | ..f Kingdom preached-The Great Tribulation-The Beast and the i>''alse l^rophel. Questions Invited. Everybody welcome. "MKER" TREATY N EFFECT SOON Ottawa, July 2.-With the formal exchange of notes, expected within a few days, the "slackers' Tlie Girls' Auxiliary will lueet at j 7:30 siuirp in the Club House tonight.; i This is a most, important meeting at, which special btisinoss is being taken lip. A full uttendnucR is urgently ro-quostod and every meiuber is urged ' to; make a spticlal effort to attend.; Now members would hp most wol- i copie, and are espocinlly invited lo be present. _ _ Zbis Meek in the Qitr CDbiirchee (. .;. .;. : � o * ? ? : ? .^ .:.% .: .;. :. 1   GENERAL 0 � >> �:. � �^ Jhuo from the following Central aehbol pupils: ,� Urauo 111,-Juau Brymuer 1, Swf, Knox-7,30:.Boy Scouts ineet in the ; school room 'I'uesduy iilght. Tlie col-: luctors for s,vstotinU,Ic glyli^g will call ; dlirliig ;lie week and give tiieir re-pprl!* tin ThuiiHilay afternoon at I! : o'clock. � . � , i r'roparatory .s^rvlce will bo iield on I'^rlday evening In the'school room at elglit o'olodk. Wesley , Chjurcbrr-Tuesilny ulKlit, Camp-fire lllrls meet. 'PhoBa who are ' going camiiing arc asked to meet In tho ladies' parlor. ^ Tiiursdny at i-.'o'eiock: Tho-weekly I choir practise. > j United-Prayer service Wednesday ; oveniitg at 1>. j .Meeting nf the soaslon on Thureday I evening at 8 o'clock in the church. 1 St, Cyprian's-Intercession servico ' tu-nlght at S o'clock. I nieotltig- of tl use interested in (ho ' Sunday sciiool plctilc will ho held on Wednesday, July lit, mooting 111 tho eloso of tho intercession aorvicu. Wednesday ovenhig: Boy ScoiitH at 7.:iU and Girl Gulds at 8. Thursday; Women meet at the Red Cross at .'1. Friday: Choir practice fit 8.,'.0, St. IVlary'B-Teaohers' niodtlng at S o'e.iocli in St. A�J{^allno',s hull fp-.niglil. 'nnirsday: fl'.' .\.al K o'eloeU. Pridity: ajitQi-,tteR�|ou servlea at .8. Cliolr pruelicB a't-"^:;!0'. . ..' Bsatlst-\\*�ani."^il^y j�'%!^>)i)oa ut 2 Anything Until Yott Sss in Wednesday's Herald Economize Why pay $30.00 ov $40..00 iov a new suit of .clothes when you can get yourvvoin suit made to look like new by sending it to us and having it Dry Cleaned and Pressed. ^ " . Don't miss this opportunity. DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO. LIMITED PHONE 451 P. O. BOX 477 THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA ' GeVthe Arfciafs and the ONE'Instrument they Endorse No matter what gramopHqne you purchase you will soon be purchasing Victrola Records, because the Victrola alone^ has the' largest number ol and greatest Artists - the Artists you will want. ; So '.vhy not huy the_ the start-? It stands td I'Vason that the Vlctrola,"iw(ll play Its own recoras belter than will another InHtniinent, ,i, ,7 We can offer you any Vlctrola -at-lowest prices and lowest i)6s8ihlfi lerniH. Vuu siiould have every selection In tbls ohoica list of Victor Ueeords: (H�a7-Lo, Hear the Gentle l.ark , GlU'ck U-H.S4-Pngliaeci (On Willi the Play) , , . , Marllnaelli 74r>,'-)7-Ptoch'B .A.Ir and 'VarlationH , . :. , . GalU-Curcl �74r)fj3-Avo Marlii . Jascliti'Heifota : 74'148-La Bohomu (My Name la Mtutl) . , . . Aldfti-(>4;S1-Mother Machroo . . McConnaclt MASON Bt Rf�CW r JlWTfTED BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBHIOGE I'. ;