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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I Hi 8 THE LETIIimiDGE DAILY MURALD PAGE ELEVEN ML A THOUGHT FOR TODAY All hazards courage do fj As ho plays frankly who IIUH least 1 estate Presence of mind and courage In And morn than armies to procure suc PERSONAL Hay has returned from t visit the Taylor 9 4 AlcCready and little son Were wek end visitors in fit Kwcrt has motored to 3U diclne Hat to visit her brother who Is on leave there thin and Mlngo Hazel Brown arrived in the city this morning from Seattle fdr a prolonged visitwith the tatters and 313 ith MeNttb Is now recover ing from he at tho Importation of Luxuries Restricted on Big Scale June of tho text of the order In council re striding imports shown In ad dition Id Items already there are Included lager lind other beer In bottles and as well us Klnger Cheese is In Comprised with mignr eonfec lions or which a license now ho obtained are candy and affected by the In muncH arc Wild wild j wildraspberries wild edible her plan pomcgraltefl And Sporting works jeweli toilet preparations and nrlain veg nfables and fruit all come witiiln the of the orderlneoiitu il The oril nrlnpouncll provides thai tin tionery of til including sweet j cnumeniled may be only on fcncd candled pop HcenHO Issued by the tumuiii of on the roconnmti M this afterntton three i Banff and is the from and Brown nnd Hrowii have returned after spending the wint er In The many friends of Brown will regret to hear that Jn thn list amonggoods now admit I war trade ted tree are I Among the fruits arc DORS for the Improvement of slock i slitlied and Bells when imported for Use of nil Brazil mils shelled rhurches only licenses must also Rhelled to import dutiable bells and walnuts nnd other uiv Mentioned in the currants and In Peaches flu1 Items of Interest Round the Store Kirkbys 606 Third Phone 1627 Special for Thursday Rich Fruit Cake Regular Price SOc per THURSDAY 25 c Made according to government Come early and avoid Watch for another Special next Thursday she is ill in the Gal and ar rived from Mexico after an extended K Patteson and Me ready are In VVaterton Cabinets of collections of med als and collection of postage stamps Paintings In water colors and pastels valued al not less than each paintings and sculptures by ar tists domiciled in resid ing temporarily abroad for purposes of Works of art In casts from models made in Canada designed by domiciled Impor tation of dutiable works of art is like wise Among the dutiable goods now lie j i Ifii fruits I In includ pics importation are also Bask Upon his return will i side in the city of coopera ed with Coombs In writing the twoact play The Parlor to be put on at the Majestic theatre by the Veterans on Monday ets of all fire pictures and photograph Of fruit now admitted free the kinds SOCIAL EVENTS pears and In vegetables are fvash Candied fruits and ed with sweetened bread y and pudding conlainlilK flavor Ihg custard ainl lime and fruit juice Automobiles valued at wards at place of photograph Mdniifactiircs of golil nleclroplate and of nmi up1 mil ilul manufac solo reading solo solo address on adult people were iwcless when war spread j its dark wings over our It is trim that deaf boys become work Allen solo soldiers and deaf girls cannot boronw solo j nurses however much fresbments were served by the hostess helping our beloved country win and a very enjoyable time The Loyal Orderof Moose held a most interesting social last night in the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Moose Hall in honor of Drys dale who Isleaving shortly for ser vice During the evening a most Interesting of carpetball The ladles aid of Wesley church Thursday afternoon at of Wednesday was put on with Jones and McGutre as and after a tliroe clock very keen contest the score resulted will meet the first Fhuiwlay of in 1514 In favor of month durinc the summer j This was followed by a very interest Ing concert in which various members of the order took part with screen pictures of the homo of the Moose The evening concluded with the serving of very delicious re The annual meeting of the adult There will be a rehearsal in the Ma jestic theatre tonight at 8 oclock of all tliose who will bo taking part In the Veterans Vaudeville show which will be staged next Monday night at the regular meeting of Knox church bible class of the TJniUrt Church was lailes be held tomorrow after llield last evening at the ofilloon at tllrei cock the 425 14th The officers elected were president vicepresident Iiii room of the ff The Hod Cross society acknowledge secretary wilh uror teacher the Sir Alexander Gait C O Following the iness meeting a social time was n war does not lie totally in ihai quar To begin did we not iive up our comfortable buildim s in Tuxedo Park to be turned into i boms for returned and lake very uncomfortable quarters instead of our boys have spent all of their vacations during tinlast liireo working on in order to let the hearing men join our trys Our giris have spent of their spare moments knitting muf wristlets and oilier trench com Some of the girls also spend their vacations in helping on farms so hat hearing girls cun go to nurse our wounded spldiers Since the war slurtrd our girls have made scarfs and mitts for tho snldiirs in the trenches and these things have ben sent Why even smallest grls are learning to Uuil while those of twelve and thirteen years of ago are aeiually knitting socks as though they had years of experience in that Our pupils have heir A VERY SMART RANGE OF Ladies Smocks is it heavy rrep niui thn colors are bold com bination stripes of yellow and blue and pink and nnd green and UoKular price THRIFTY THURSDAY CONDUCING TO A A SLAUGHTER IN Mens Work Boots Made of black or tan Urns Have standard screw waterproof solos anil solid All slues In tegular THRIFTY THURSDAY 1 Canvas Full size tra strongly Thrifty Thursday Covered and ex Regular j BEDROOM TOILET SETS 5 for 6 for 10 for 10 for OF UNIQUE INTEREST 110 yards only of a BEAUTIFUL MESSALINE M inches The colors are rose wuxe blue and myrtle SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW OUR REGULAR PRICE IS PER YARD THURSDAY ONLY FREE LOOK FOR OUR OFFER OF A WATCH FREE OF CHARGE ON PAGE 10 OF THIS ISSUE Y A R D Limited to 5 yards to each Our reputation for Silk Snaps Is well THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST OF THEM in which the following took part SILK SALE Tomorrow THURSDAY 36in PUSSY WILLOW SILK In a Dozen The Sir Alexander Gall acknowledge thanks the I receipt of fortyfive pairs of socks from Galbraith school for the month of May Olive Redshaw Bessie I Laing Lyndall Elliot Laura Gris i dale Isabelle Dixon Marjorie i Thomas Maud Moore Miss Birch 1 Sullivan Lilian Seager Will ie Booth Mary Logan Vera Webb Lizzie Ralston Lily Adnitt Goodall Miss McPhee Marion Ralston Kenneth Hendenstrom Martin Elaine Thomas John Martin Lizzie Morris Miss Marrs i money iu order relict to the VETERANS VAUDEVILLE SHOW of has been cooperating with Loo Coombs in the writing and production of the dra The Parlor Snake whichwill fill an important place onj the program of the Veterans Vaude ville show at the Majestic theatre next Monday June Pawson is directing the her I studievin elocutionary art being a vali uable asset to the artistic work In which the amateur Thespians are en I AS A CHILD SEtS IT poor war widows tlicfc children or to send to the Yes Although we have been de prived of our liearing and are there fore unable to take up active service to aid the do what we and we do it Hi Hint others will think we are selfishif we do not Many of IKIVP lost our brothers or but we gave them dearly as we loved I for our countrys We also help to win ihe war by doing tincostly food that we were formerly used We save all j we can in to help the Allies j overthrow tlu j hearing people think that we can do nothing t help win the war but if hey were in our place for a few days they woulil change their minds to a considerable In our househuUl science class we are using rye flour and have already our former supply of white flour fco the This coining summer you need not be surprised if you hear that deaf girls from this ricltool are raising war gardens in order to cut down ihe High of I am one that is plannintx to help my country in this and 1 am determined to make my plan end iu right dear you will prob ably bo tired of my dry little but even by it you have found that the pupils of this school have set their hearts on having Ibis war end in favor of iho Signed JOSKPHINK AH the leading shades also Black and See the display in our No phone orders taken for this Sale Come out and select your Simpson II la a popular error to imagine that children are not able to realize the truth about this great The same thing might with be said of many adults and it is open to ques tion whether any adult can state the j of Support and Carry On more clearly and forc tliaai has been by Joseph IIKJ a pupil of the Manitoba School for the Her which serves careful reading Some people thought that deaf WONT ADVANCE 5 danger is not sufficient to justify advances in marine insurance announced The at this time government I lie treasury rate on lifa insurance rates fur officers and crews of merchant vosauls engaged in I raf fle through the war zone was reduced today from cents to 15 uents a us recommtiulcil before thu submar ine attacks off the Atlantic FLAT FISH S1AND JOURNEY WEIL reason of in icmiptions in line of railway recent it was shown that shipments of flat fisb from Prince Rupert to thn pralrio provinces in refrigerator cars are capable of standing u journey of more than nine daysand atlll arrivn in splendid Owing to a washout on the line of sev eral carloads were held up and event ually returned to the cold storage On opening them they were found in perfect des pite the Under the present system flat fish go from Prince Rup ert la carload frozen and dressed for This instance shows that a Pacific flat fish could be delivered in Eastern Canada andsuffer nothing from the KNIGHTS COLUMBUS RAISE WAR FUND Telegraphic Briefs STOLE THE MULES June Ueuters Lim Turks made a clean sweep of all draught animals in Pal estine and when the British authori ties on May 14 held a sule of mules there was keen says the Reu ter correspondent with the British focces in amendments have been added to1 the BritishAmerican recruiting treaty and the document has been signed by the Secretary and Lord Reading and again submitted to the SASKATCHEWAN METHODISTS RECOGNIZE THEM June German and Austrian ambassadors to the Ukraine have handed letters of recog nition to General the Ukrainian offering to enter into relations with ac cording to a telegram from In reply General Skoropadski assured the ambassadors that he would continue to conduct the in the closest relationship with the Central furtherance of the work of the Catholic Army huts iu Franco and the annual convention of the Knights of Colum bus just concluded pledged itself lo raise a fund of within the pro vinces of and Saskatche wan and iilso passed a resolution pledging Ihoir support to the Federal authorities in their en forcement measures which they have enacted and which they may deem necessary to And to aid in securing the victory of the allied PAY NO ATTENTION TO IT the house of commons secretary of for was asked whether bin attention had been drawn to u letter written to President Wilson by Sir llurdayar de nouncine British rule in The secretary replied that the assertions In the letter were too wild ami too baseless to require or notice from any responsible AGAIN June arbitra tion treaty between the United States and reai originally made in for a period of five veare and once has been extended an other five years by Secretary of State Lansing and Lor it the British To meet the suggestion of live Sen June ministerial ses sions of the Methodist Conference were begun this morning with ministers in attendance and a like number of Questions are np for the greatest inter est attaching to the problem of Wes ley College and the controversy rag ing around the personality ot Some unusual problems were en countered in the opening session ow ing to the tact that practically every probationer was on military Out of sixty probationers only two or three did not come underthe On Military There is likely to be competition this year for the presidency of the Every I0c Packer of WILSON S FLY PADS Will KILi MOPt fUFS 1HAN Qi AS STiCK Y f V p Clean to Soldby all Crocera and General PEP YOUR SHOPS WHITE SHOE PRESSING White Men s and Childrens Shoes ;