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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JULY 27. l'J18 .PERSONAL Ircsh in'our Hearts, Tho lrasl member i Tho nod cr her tms creed-let fli remember Madame P. X. Valade ol 1s he guest if Mrs. L. A Mr anil Mrs. D. S. Williamson have 5 their guests Mr. and Mrs. Niton of lagerevllle, Ont. Jlr.' William T Hurst left on.Thurs day lor Calgary. Mr. and "llrJ. S. Jones 'and lamlly ot CardsUm arp visitors in the city Mr. and' Mrs. W..9. Ball and child rcn left Ilil3 afternoon to visit at the coast cities. Lieut. Arthur Mewburn, who ha been spending his leave with his mo ther in Calgary, lett laBl week fo the front. Mr and Mrs. Sprlngle ol Bow Islan on behalf ot the employes of the Gait Mines, with a beautlfll gold wrlsl watch, a silver case and a shaving sol. Mr. Hurst has been con- nected with the office staff ot. Iho company for ihe past thirteen years and hSs many Irlends In tha city. fl-ho Veterans held a, well attended dance lust Evening in Ihe cluh rooms which a number ot out-of-towi uests woro present and professed hemselrea as bavins a thoroilghl) ood time, Keed's orchestra sup- died the muiic. RED CROSS MONDAY NIGHT i shapes that IB our own JkeaW.-W the ease ol U." f> Such a recoltecUOn b Partly Pain, for that ot.hHIIIaui scenes and shining hours standing out against the dull of the war cloud; of youth, which eternal, and her" Thus Ihe Mack lettering ol roll of honor'sterns 'lose old and now hopes. The oSl arid suause like the rk ot the poefs sumnn-r dawn and U ot haunting inemo.li-s of doom ke some VlrgllUn phrese. nut tilE pessimism of dwelling theron Ihe.deflghls or sorrows of nollsli enemy (and "llncf) to rend "orWB greal mother, thus; nor could-" Lend To Bieii fudl it remember! Impending woe .Mr. auu iuis. wero visitors to Ihe city during .th ampode. -V B "CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o o Oppressed such Had? withdrawn behind Of night, their in mourning garb afar, Her fair lace hld-heaven will member! Our loss We Know! the glittering star glow bright Content to gem the sapphire robe o night, i pilose shining moon-lace shed abroad Its light On Canada, whose we shall r member Cnsllda Mrs Ailen and b'aby, o( Vaucour. guesla'of the former'.! jia lir. and Mrs north Kirk. 12th sire Mrs Rosowarn's section'of the It efchaa will meet at Ihe home ot M f O M. WnOson. C32 street, Mon-' ay evening at eight o'clock. Tho Girls Auxiliary, have been in hargo ot the ticket soiling and ush- ring In tbo grand stand 'during lha eiiliro stampede week. Tho Art Needle Work class will meet with Mrs." Sampson, 6th Avo., Monday afternoon.; i t> SOCIAL EVENTS Tho attention ot the ladles Is calle o tho ncd Cross sewing which take place In tho Red Cross room evel klonday night. at pr sent is very poor and any girls can possibly help aro asked to com neit Monday at The rooms a very cool anil comfortable' even m h weather. THEN AND NOW; What Were arid What War tner on o past is nol Ihe business ol a white an 11 becomes neither the stoic he the patriot. The IndW ual passes, but'Rome is etcrna and race jtoes on.-We hnvo lo take up Ue new Ittb tlaJ U and In lac. oneiTwood well cuX auayby the axe war-liberty run rlol and forgelful f wealth beyond, the roams of avarice and poverly stunt- njf not forcing growth. Our politics were becoming Ihe.-unreal echoes of sines that hid'once teen great. Our was withering In an atiuo- phle not then, as now, walk dally-by us. and seemed almost a thing-which might be con- trolled by Ihe county council. Our Krapire was so cftorfeB and assured ttist we hardly look Ihc uouWe lo develop it, our ease and securlly so great that Ihe grave seemed trivial and the trivial grave, and both Sur lives and our'literawre hovered oithl verge ol decadence. Then came a? cold and terrible bias, from over the North Sea: Our .excrescences ana fallal fell from us and we stood up Sa to show'what kind of men we Were. And we were nol found f. Vt III ima f. f.. years ol ,war my guesj would (By CIVILIAN in London Chronicle.) been, "No. 'The phase will pass. Ono can hardly pick reaction to our old jab. so! per'nowadays wlUioul seeing tho Ubrt w.H he all I e more phrase "In UihfMourlh year of. the ,or tlie passing inter.ude ol reprea war." A phrase which might sir ko Ulon." Now the new trame of mind in the eyellke a glsrifigjieaailne has passed Into the very essence ot has become such a comtnonulacs thai) our being, nnd our the mind receives It without deInB. Is attuned to the altered Before leaving on -Thursday, nlphl lor William T. Hurst was presenled by Mr Robert Livingston ogLes s. Ta s pro argue about Lord seems to cling to our prewar sion for enlisting men tor three yeare Uislence, for.iJtishws hat the pre- or thd duration ot th'e.wap re UenU le more reab.than the past 10. gsrded the great sDldler.as' almost in- day (h8 liardy sanely cautiou- In the ot his es- Ue hard cond lions ol life, for they h In men and lime, And become Unngs of and wont the fourth vear a million it a well for Hung will be OULD YOU risk a postage stamp ,to learn" about rr 7 1 SEAL BRAND COFFEE and W to make it? How to equal America s most famous chefs f OtS UUet "Perfect Coffee-Perfectly tells you. It's free. Write for it. CHASE SAKBORN MONTREAL s limalo boh In men and lime, it I the fourth vear a .men is ordinarv figure, a million n cash a mere flenblle' Times and we with IHcm The) say the human bodv change overs atom it In ever) ears -o that onl> four sevenths ol us is the same as it was when war broXe out i 3 a w in our generation the 1 app} some hat carele-s thing it Tho tax atnerer alo'Si will see to U m lor the wealth nl 11 e world Is being h) gun-, and the debt has lo uo _. roXe out u .tho change tor Iho teller' Ihe But human pcrBoiallty Is noK Ue Un0w'cr depends on Hie weal ol me no enu u uman aloms ot the boh, but Iho contm man ultv of Impre'elons rScencd in the Ot man is t" "At The. Mr..Killing lias caught.the.mood ad- mirably In'one o! his post-Avar poems: being And lashioneil so, It plel'dh us to slaro There's Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk' Pure milk is absolutely necessary Jo the up-building of children's health. They should be urged to drink it freely and often. It is the most beneficial food babies and growing children. Our milk is absolutely free from impuriti'es and adulterations. If is boltled by scientific methods in a hygienic dairy and and pasteurized. 3_________________________________________ ____________________ ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOOR HOUSE EVERY MORNING....... els Ittforu Win HJho end ult> of Impressions receiveu in tusi Or man is i" acqu r" to brain aid Ihe mind nt man has sjlf Dr to sijusnafr liie. material goijds or lered in the period a far greater reio the world on an enormous scale until lution thin tho body When 1 think our ev are p'erceil saw Vusu t 1914 I peer hack 'n r kmd.pt the wall ol Inlolerahie serfage wonder into Ihe misty recesses o' trom the failures m the race ol ac- Ithat person 1m was Ihen my ell and nuBition ihen thd change Is lor me at Ihe stranB fai-ott lite he led ArdU0, e Mater'nl been spen, on others mustl do the too for when cuns which might have heen on slray men gather logelher ind talk position and loiurj' H might equally, ofxhuntng or jo, or racing or ulll sav have heen spent on so Iho charms of a counlrj'ide it r al clal reform But would it1 That is most in Iho lone of a pleasant lecture nol the rule of the Venetian sone chnll> on republics tbo'O great mclus m Tlo soc'al lite ol Uie communities from Tvre to Lou cenlurj Hm'nA Washinslon have- at one time mother danted the world Nearer to Nature If the aim of nun is life in a full- sense than can be attained by a h expenditure of cash then the chang till be for the better and cor dltlons no le s than moral values wl giro nol lose trom. th-it change Th Roman ideal of there nuch in to acconlanc with Tho war has brought u hearer 10 the realization ot Ihls Me Tho false idols of the nineteenth ce (ury have fallen down b-cause the had feet of clas Wealth and manula turcrs are not IheJrtaU aid end-n ot a nation CM eglect the sine and healthy mo he land.' An army li'n'ot.a .small f loafera, and hired scum, rat Ihe concreie sign of that noble notion that no man fa worlhy of lib- rly who cannot or will not defend II wllh the sword All these things :.men know not" as theories, Women iavVcome lo Ihelr same stern logic ol netd, not ns the re gull 'ot a blllcr and .protracted rlrug gle tor abstract and improvable rights Class hatreds nave broken'down li the comradeship of I'm Irenchea .an under.- Ihe flrgenl- necessities, ol tb workshop Old party prejudices nn shtbb'oleths are disiolvlng like the rising.mists fil dawarAll this war has ordushi, and ours be the blame If new opportunities bring In their train no'.worthy achievements, SOCIALIST LEADER, RUSSIA, EXECUTED Berne, July. rev- olutionary In Rus- sia, M Katzkam'mkef, hit been aceordlnj to t Wclff Bureau etlipatch Krhtch id- yftn Inm Stockholm. Tht Wolff which la ttrt. that i who ttadlna iKe