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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 THK PAGE F1FTKKN knit socks for the soldiers to know how mti6h It is Florence SomollUng I may not win attracts me elusive yot supremely Thrills me with yot con tents mo It blossoms just beyond the paths I It behind the farthest stars I see It echoes faint from ocean caverns And from the landol drSams It beckons me t and all my heat with joyful Essays to roach it an I make reply I Joel Us sweetness oer my spirit You know ore t attain it I shall rathor a were received Dear Amelia You Will be sur tlirf M socks black white h and I O that Uio uoeks friend of the j see Whfcfiad knittwl tlicni and I to PERSONAL to know that the ififtfe have of your dad JVnllicr surprised Ifjhpto Inside and to wish and with ceftatjllx a good thing in time on this as thenten need UIB artleies very badly at How are you progressing at la your dad still In Give my regards to your mother and also remember mo to your dad when you write Again thanking TED SOCIAL EVENTS Jn you pay cm MtalSTINtD A leading authority on cocoa In order to have the cacao products most useful and to the protein best appro you imust not take out too much in my Bakers Cocoa from which only the excess of oil is extracted is an ideal Its Use Saves OtherFoods TRADEMARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Book of Choice Pvecipea sent WALTER BAKER Limited Established 1780 David Smith arrived this morn ng from Chicago where he has been tiavlng medical treatment for the past two Gfanthath and daughter of are the guests of Granthams Assistant Commissioner Wil and are at staying with their Seatle The assistant commissioner is on six months leave pending Ms resigna tion from the and George Staples and family have taken a cottage at for Emerson accom panied by his wife and daughter is visiting at the home of his Miss Dona Murray who has been attending MacDonald Institute at Guelph has been successful in passing the Junior Associate class examina Lawson of Macleod is vieiting her Warman urng the stampede Niblock of Victoria arrived this afternoon to make an extended visit with her Cony Prank Sampson and ac companied by Tom have eft Waterton Lakes to spend a brief loliday at Sampson ex pects to return to the city next Mayor Hardie has returned from who has1 been on a visit to New York and Minneapolis returned to the city this CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES All ladies tagging Jor the Daughters of the Empire at Stampede will procure their passes and hedges from a member of the committee at Mitchells Entrance to The Art Neodle Work Class will meet with 530 Sixth Monday At the home of Fifth Avenue a very pleasant surprise party was given lust night to who wiiii MK Smith is leaving shortly for wuera Mri Smith is opening a saddlery store After somd friendly inter George Dixon on behalf of those present in a few appropriate words presented Smith with a clock and a piece of Smith replying Rretreshmento were then servedand thf party of some thirty friends spent ho rest of the evening on work tor the Robekab Last night Miss Ethel Allen of 707 12th received a very pleasant surprise when her Sunday school Miss Mary llarleman and class and a few companions gave her a surprise visit to celebrate her A Very Jolly evening was Ethel receiving a number of beautiful There was about fifteen present and refreshments were served by Wnnie Mable Rob erts and Leonard 4 WEDDINGS ROLES A quiet wedding was solemnizedat the St Patricks chapel yesterday af when Canadian Press telegraph operator at the Herald was united in mar riage to Miss Olive Roles of Fort Wil Miss Roles arrived on the af ternoon train from the Father McCaffery performed the cere mony and the couple were attended by Miss Olga and The couple have taken up their the Victoria Man OCallaghan is a native of Corn and has Ijaen with the Herald since the early 1 150 oupt fotna pound aruJ yw pay the will fvnd mote them ssi Estabrooks LIMITED CuudUn FeMI Central LIcMM Red Rote Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea WAR THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER WILL HOLD TAG DAYS DURING WEEK fOR FRENCH RELIEF SERBIAN AND MONTENEGRI RELIEF SOLDIERS COMFORTS GOD SAVE THE KING A meeting was held in the on Thursday eveningto organize the John Ambulance Brigade Norman Ritchie in an inspir ing little talk introduced lady divisional superintendent of the Edmonton central nursing di Lucas told of the origin of the John Ambulance in the third cen At the time Of Queen Victorias diamond jubilee the Johns brigade was This was a club with headquarters at Johns Gate who kept up the practice of first aid and lomo At the outbreak of war there were two thousand of these girls trained in principles of first aid and homo ready to don cap and apron and place themselves at the disposal of the Lu spoke of the discussion going on as to the returned assuming that she would be a nurse and spoke on tlvis matterfeelingly as she was a fully qualified nurse said the took the place of the pro bationer and as yet she was not al lowed in Canadian hospitals where orderlies did the Great honor was due these girls who gave up good positions and answered callpf duty as proudly as their brothers fbr the magnificent sum of a shilling a Lucas gave some interesUpg facts of what the girls of Edmonton have They purChaaed an automobile which at dispo sal of the returned The girls take turns aa They tpok charge of the hospital at the 51 cases being passed through their hands of which nine were broken or fractured They also paid the fee of one soldier taking technical work in Mies Bawden moved a hearty vote of thanks to remarking that such a high standard had been set by Lothbrldge would have to work hard to surpass The vote of thanks was seconded by Miss The following officers were elected divisional lady divisional Miss divisional Miss Kvelyn Buchanan divisional in spector of Hossey divis ional Miss The headquarters of the division will be the city Lectures and classes will be held on the 1st and 3rd Wednes days of oach The meeting was closed by singing the nutHOal au The following letter has been re ceived by Amelia Wakeliu acknow ledging pa11 of socks she It is encouraging to the children wno The following tested recipes for war time bread will no doubt be wel come to the housewife who is trying to follow the orders of the food i Brown T 2 cups standard 4 cups whole tyheat 1 tea cup 4 cups Beat all pour into greased pans and bake in slow oven 2 Thie makes one loaf in bread pan and one small Date 1 teaspoon 1 cup 1 tablespoon cup brown teaspoon 1 cup fine oatmeal 1 cup whole wheat Clean and cut dates in small add soda and boiling when luke warm add when cold add remainder of Pour in greased Bake 50 to CO minutes In slow Make your stampede visit as profitable as it is sure to b enjoyable by visiting our There you will find assembled the most complete stock of carpets and housefurnishings ever shown in Southern Alberta bought before the big increases came into effect we are in a position to you money on your re Make a list of what you need and you will be surprised to findout how much you can save Make this your Headquarters while in A FEW OF OUR PRICES LISTED BELOW FUMED OAK BUFFET SURFACE OAK DRESSED Select quarter cut oak buffet in fumed 48 inch wide with linen two small draw ers and roomy cabinet mirror 10 inches AA by 38 Bawdens Price With plate Glass 2 large and 2 mat Bawdens Price Guaranteed Scotch Inlaid Linoleum Trying to Make Excuses For The Obvious Failure of Offensive July to j Toronto Mail and inlt ial failure of the German offensive is all too obvious to the German j The German press is consequently on tlie showing no trace of the jubilation that marked earlier of Editorial comment and pert criticisms uro confined ate explanations us to why theoperat ions must bo regarded as a success Sy why the success could not be The whcle tore of the press is tlnctly Thus the Cologne Gazette comment With all their means the French I seek to create the impression that I Poch has succeeded in stopping the German We must expect such capital will be made out of our It therefore appears to be necessary to point out that every of is limited to a certain period ol at the end of which it comes to an This is an element of weakness in point of all offensives ared which every army leader must take into Uls And since the plans are the secret of a very small circle of it may be years before it becomes known whether the offensive obtained its ob jective or From this viewpoint we must judge events on the Marne and in the They have brought the enemy hoavy losses and cost thousands yf prisoners and brought us grouud Of Pattern through to the We still have a good selection left but as we are unable to get any more it will benefit buy Lineal yard Bawdens Price EXTENSION RODS 54 inch with ends and brackOC 2 for Wilton Carpets In a full range of signs and colorings direct from the best From to Axmlnster from to Brussels from to Stair Carpet of all inches and 27 Inches from 50c to Kitchen Cabinets The great labor Be sure andsee BaWdens From up to Citiizens Day Thurs Store Closes 8PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE Ruined elm consisting of 48 inch buffet with plate glass mirrors round pedestal table 45 inch extending to six six chairs AA with pad Bawdens I HEAVY SCOTCH PRINTED LINOLEUM The kind that wears to Lineal Yard SOLID BLACK WALNUT DINING SUITE Jr Of eight pieces in the popular William period buffet with plate glass pedestal 48 inch top and six chairs covered with genuine 1 fi9 Bawdens Price FLOOR OILCLOTH In floral mattiing conventional Lineal IVORY BEDROOM SUITE Large dresser with Dressing table with triplicate mirrors hair dressing and A beautiful suite at a moderate Bawdens Price SCRIMS AND MARQUISETTES From 15c yard With beautiful colored Yard CURTAIN NETS From 25c yard Cream and ecru with scalloped 36 inches Yard 15c 25c WE PREPAY FREIGHT Phone 625 vftlMTIf WE PREPAY FREIGHT Third Avenue Southern Albertas Greatest Home BAWDEN J 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