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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL DAY her daughter will eaiiarr Wo take oufcshtre of Of frlevlnic aitd forgetting The paths areoften rough and and heedless feet may fall But the days are And old planet Is a good world after 5 Thofrgh iharp may bo our The joys are more than The brave surpass the cowards and the leal ire like a wall To their dearest To fail the feeblest never And somehow this old earth remains a bright world after always love thats And shielding and Dear womans love to hold us close our hearts in Thereshome to share together In or stormy And while the earthflame burns it is a good world after The lisp of childrens The chance happy The bugle Bounds of hope and faith through fogs and mists that call The heaven that stretches oer The better before They all f omblne to make this earth a good world after Margaret Elizabeth and flwarii o wtio has been a yMltor In the guest of dear for some has goirt to Haley to SOCIAL tVKNTt A large of the SalvationAr my guards paid a ylsit to the home of the guards lea th Street It being her twentieth A most pleasant night enjoyed by all and refreshments and games were Indulged Last evening Knox choir was en tertained by and Daviasort tne formers house at the Experimental The guests went out in cars and were dri ven the alter which they played various followed dainty At the con clusion of a very delightful evening many of went to the Red Cross dance held at the Felger poundsof Christmas phtm for the men in the to be de livered in London in time for Jhe pud dings to be distributed for The Hamilton Fruit of the Canadian Red Cross society hae plac ed Its plant and staff at the disposal df the association for this all expenses being met by the The amount named will ensure each Canadian soldier bolng airved a generous 6f delicious pudding on Christmad The puddings will be put up In five pdund tins and each f 50 sixty puddings will be over each tin being labelled with the compliments of society or Indi vidual making the but the association cannot undertake to forward any puddings especially ad dressed to nnlte or Subscription for this fund should be sent to the Provincial Rex Theatre Building Cal The subscription list is only open for a ehott as all arrange ments for making and dispatching the puddings must be concluded almoet Will you not help to remind onr Canadian soldiers In the field of the friends at home at Christmas by sending iti your contribution as tiuick ly as possible o 0 PERSONAL The Rfcd Cross jlance held at the Felger Fariri last evening was one the most successful of the sea A very large number of people were in attendance and real oldtime dancing took place in the Wg the wowd who helped to make the dance such a success were a great many visitors from the city as well as from the surrounding towns of New Dayton andother Needs orchestra supplied the ALL DAY SNAPS RIBBON yards of Ribbon of every etc All to go B HA1PRICE Piper left yesterday af ternoon for p Misa Berringer left yesterday afternoon to visit friends in Harry Munroe is returning tq night from spending a holiday in RobeUs Is a visitor with her In the city and is i the and if Mtes Thelma Mulr of Medicine Hut is visiting Seventh Begm of is visiting in the cltywtth 622 12th SbutlT Miss Helen McKUlop Is leaving day tovtalt with her James McCalg and Albert Koopmap and Warrack of flat were motor visitors in Lethbrldgelae CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Central will meet to morrow afternoon at three oclock 1n Wesley Members please bring thimbles for Red Cross The Aquatic club are holding a followed a dance at the boat house on Monday evening All members and friends are The following articles were ship ped from the Lethbridge Red Cross to July 60 suits 155 42 wash 50 nurses 119 pillow 54 96trench 204 wafeh 18 aurgical 90 day 96 luanytailed 84 bed pan 144 36 khaki 42 bath 576 12 pneumonia 72 30 surgical stock 120 168 pair 12 operating Total 2200 CAMPFIRE NEWS Thursday After rising at the un earthly hour of 6 for the purpose of making pancakes for the cooks Were greatly overcome on find Ing two empty milk Breakfast was delayed but as the rest of the camp forgot to get this was over Half a dish pan full of beans was put to soak the which resulted in two dish pans full the next They were put to cook in a bean the crock caved in and the beans disappeared The Missionary Society came out in the bringing a trailer full of eatables After a sumptuous re two camp teams played basket resulting in a score of 11 to The whole camp participated in a midnight which ended our escapades for the To be Wesley Camp Fire STEM10W1H OF j Miss Hilda Dixoh left this afternoon for Winnipeg her brother and sister in that and will make her residence J accompanied by her flon Harold left on Wednesday to CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS The Canadian War Contingent As sociation proposed to put up 1 t why youll enjoy the refreshments we Our ices and sodas are different for they are prepared with pure fruit Our service the kvi5 that youll v i v t We Serve Light Lunches annual address to the Adventlst con ference today showed growth the past year in all lines of Seventh day Adventist notable keyriote sermon of the convention last night called for study of Scrip tures and obedience to God and the as a means to higher patriotism the supreme duty of every In dividual just Marr of the Canadian Bible Is announced to address the convention soon because of the special Interest of Seventh Day Adventists in the circulation of the The theme of last nights keynote sermon may be expressed in the fol lowing sentence quoted from Justice He is the best patriot who studies the Bible most and teaches It ia BLOWER ALIEN WHS July The British gov ernpent purposes bringing under re view the certificates of naturalization granted during the Sir George secretary for home said It also was proposed that no person not a natural born British subject Uhould be to change his name without a license from the home of the home secretary This provision would be retroactive he The secretary also announced that the government in tended to apply to the foi an order to wind up the business o enemy Legislation would be introduced by the he which would make it impossible for a perloc of yearsafter the to open an enefny bank lit this youre downtoyvn on tour in here and enjoy a palatable light luncheon at our Men and women who dont care for heavy food noon and who want a will delight in aandwkshes andpauU ries which we always have ready to Hundredsof persons every day eujoy our tempting but the best lea creamy crushed Juicea and fooda are KIRKBYS THIRD AVENyE SOUTH t THOUSANDS OF SOLDIERS ARE REPATRIATED July than i five hundred thousand invali andaitk prisoners of war of diffqren nationalities Have beep exchange aud repatriated through Switzerjan wince the beginning of the ac cording to official The num ber of officers vand soldiers interne at Swiss veaorts was thirty thousand Since the Swiss postal vice has transmitted between bellige ent countries for pHsqn camps mor than five hundred million letters an about ten million money grogut Ing more tUan RAJAH SILKS In beautiful of green with pink navy with cerise atad green rose with blue with orange and brown with white and purple Regular for IS THE ONLY DESCRIPTION WE CAN GIVE OF OUR TWO HOURS SPECIAL EVENT As we it has kept our store thronged from morning to night and has introduced a crowd of now customers to ex traordinary bargains we arc offering in our July Clearance to our mutual advantage and If you are an old customer of miss your share of these specials In justice to It not all the more reason why you should avail yourself Of such a profitable opportunity of getting ac quainted with our merchandise and business WE CAN PLEASE YOU PAILETTE SILK SPECIAL at 59c yard Colors navy and Still Deeper Goes the Knife On the balance of Ladies It has all to go out at HALF PRICE From to 10 MENS TWEED In brown and A double texture coat with fancy check lining regular price is For two we shall sell at Half Price NO PHONE OR ORDERS ON THIS SPECIAL Saturday SNAPS MENS BOOTS Suitable for work or dress wear In either lace or Medium weight and made from extra good quality Velour In or short All A OA for Childrens Roman Sandals with flexible Rolfis and spring Has four patent vamp and kid Sizes 10 and 10 V6 1 CQ To Clear Ladies WWte Kid Boots with Has a French is made of superfine grado Most Hogular Q OC for Ladles Gunmetal Calf In but ton Has a neat toe and milit ary Sizes to Regular To Clear AQ Crepe de Chene Waists Undoubtedly the best waist buy you come In pink whltej hello and Worth A Special Line of Corsets made 6f strong coutil and with four Worth for See what ffotheja are quoting these aK tji Infants All olV Reuben 60c Ohlldrtns Overalls in taa and butcher Sifces 1 5 Just the Special Childrens Knit Drawers in assort ed tight or loose OO White Habutaj Waists in all A variety of for Ladles House Dresses in service able dark All JQ Values to for From 10 to 12 GRASS Sizes Regular Special Size Regular Special NO PHONE OR ORDERS ON THIS Ladies Comfort Boots This ia Blucher with a low heel and broad and is made of a fine flexible A good boot for frctty Special From 12 to 2 Childrens Box Calf Button or Blucher Boots A good serviceable boot and yet very Sizes 8 to NO PHONE OR ORDERS ON THIS SPECIAL WE HAVE STILL A FEW OF THOSE SILK SKIRTS v in beautiful and self including navy and The regular Valuft of these is to O AO AXM1NSTER RUGS In beautiful rich designs and col Size There are 50 only and the price is Special Have you seen them In the wind ow Electric Chandeliers 4 only of Tie regular prlca ranging from to To clear at In most attractive Ideal for home 500 Electric Globes 40 and GO Regular 55c and All same 3 for Firom2to4 When We Say Special We 6 BOLTS Inchon wide In the so popular Basket The colorings are combinations of black and nigger In the new bold plaids and Regular but our orders are to clear it out at 39c per yard NO PHONE OR ORDERS ON THIS The Latest in Mens Silk Collars Sold elsewhere for 29c Mens Sport Shirts with plain white or fancy Regular QQr for Boys Paramatta Rain sizes 26 to Regular for Mens Fine Liale Hose In pearl and Palm Regular for Mens Lustre Coats In black or Regular Our Range of Mens Caps In worsteds and Regular 1 OQ to for Mens Work Shirts Made of the real old Hickory All Regular for From 4 to 6 AN AWFULLY PRETTY RANGE OF LADIES PLAID GINGHAM PORCH DRESSES Worth for Surely this is a temptation this hot NO PHONE OR ORDERS ON THIS From 6 to A Host of Other Bargains Too Numerous to Stationery Saturday AT THE but wed gamble these lines move quickly enough at Arcyle Kenllworth Linen and Berkfleld Paper and envelopes to Neatly Regular for 25c box Woven Paper and envelopes Regular Rosa Lawn and Meadow Brook Paper and envel opes to All Regular Wicklow Lihen and Mission Envelopes and paper to of Regular Craahliu Fabric and Gages Royal also box Regular for Grocery Specials Ginger Snap 2 OO Sale Price Bottles Holbrooks Pickles and Bot tled Sale f Q botta UJv Fels Naptha cartons of 10 Sale Price Finest 10 1 1A Sale Price Canada Corn 1 Sale Price 2 Maggis Soup all Sale 6 5 Rogers Golden Table 8yr Sale per finestqual 2 8 Sale 2Sc 26c Old Dutch Sale tins WE DELIVER THE GOpDS AT THESE ;