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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. .IUN1-: 17. 1018 THE LliTHBRIDGE DAILY IIRRALD ? : * : TOO BAD.  ' -t- ? o �, Wliat i-nicl (�diet. tlilH, which now do. scciuls, WiUi nithli'.^ii BWirtnoiis on our ladj: IricMuls, Poor dciu'f!, to tlUnU -Ihoy too must fiKic thn gaiiBC, And now dtscloso tliu secret of tlioir ago. In lovo und war we reud all things iun fair, Vol. chlv'lrous holngF, would their foollngH spare, But, \yar's demands now make relent-lOBR charge, Upon this ancient oC all camoul'lngc. Tou may not write "twenty-four HUtn-merK soen," For whllBl one must admit it does seem moan. The cold olflclal, really not unkind. Alay look and aak "How long have you been blind"? -Frank Waddington,  * *  * ���0�C' Mrs. Harry Munroo und little (lauglitor, accompanied by ..Mr.-i. 11. X. Tayloi- and little,son loft Sunday niglii to spend II few \voukH at Banff. ('apt. Howard Dixon of Mrtple tlrook of the C. A. M. Cwlfo lias been over-Hcas since bc^lnnitip; nt the war. lias lieen advnnce(l'to tlic rank of major; He iK"u~brotlier of. Mrs.' S. .1. Slioiiherd.' . ' . .Mrs. G. II, Ilnrinon ha.s gone to Ihe i'acific Coast for the balance of tlie .suniiDer. �.  Mr. and Mrs. J. ,1. Johnston oC Victoria. 11. ('., former well known resident.h of Lethbrldgo. are roiiowing aciiimintatices in the city. Mr. .lolin-rton Used lo bo engaged in the drug bnriiness In Curdston and Lollibridgc.  �   .Mr. Geo. Whelan in leaving tomorrow tor Vancouver, whore he may take up lii.s pernmnent residence. � �  Mr. It. Sherlock Is leaving tflinor-row for Calgary and from there he expects lo go oust lo Join the truns-liort aervfco. *  * Mrs. Frod Norton,. Wi-s. W. H. I'aw-son, and MIhr llfilselh of Conldale 0. i;,S. lire delegates to the Grand Chapter this weok. Mri;, T. M. Kvans and family re- CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS Toniglt IN SUPPORT O.F CANDI-DATURE OF. H. Wm. Meech IN ST. MARY'S HALL, NORTH LETHSWPfiE AT 8.30 " � " ' ' �  ' ' ' � " MR. OLIVER WILL BE GIVEN PERMISSION TO SPEAK,, Radiator Repair Station Now Open for Business I have returned lo Lpthhridgo to open a radiator repair business. Those who know my work understand lhat, 1 am a radiator man competent to handle all kinds of reiialrs^to^radiators on Automobiles and TVa^^rs I repair without removing the fins and return'.the job looking ns good as new, Vou will not be ablo to aoo whorO; the. ropain whs made. If you have any trouble with your rndl(�tor^bring It; to me and you will have a first chisK, guaranteed job by bne^wjjo thoroughly understands the Inisinoss. I../:.' BRING YOUR RADIATOR^TO...v. �' Andy's Radiator Refpair Slation BEHIND DALLAS HOTEL liiriie.l from the east on Saturday. Mr. Wynard Kvans has completed bis course at AaUbiiry/ Collogo and in the fall will attend the 11. M. C. In Kingston.  *. Pte. l.."Hlle Coombs of the I si dc|)ot liaitallon and wifii are spending it tew days Willi (he tormei:'s, brotiier, JJr. Leo M. Coombs of'this city,  * * Mr. and Mrs. Uco Bond of Teoria. 111., urriveil In Letlibridge on Friday and are the (Quests of Mr. and .Mrs. W. 11. Pawson at Riverviow. � * � Hr. Hyson, examiner for associated board, H. A. M. and U. C. M., London, was in tlie city last week. � �  � Mr. and ,"Slr.s, 11. Kllian of l'"crnle, and their daughter Florence, are visiting Mr, and Mrs. 11. Warman. 31S loth St. S. on their way lo Crosstield, where Mr. Killan has purchastid a farm. Mr. Killan was at on", time a ii.cmhci- of the city police force hery. Mrs. A. M. Hicks and son Milton, w.lio wa.s in the city for the purpose of attending the Conservatory of .Music exaniiimtions spent the week-end in the city. m m m ' i\lrs. W. P. Hoy is a visitor in War ner today.    Mrs. K. JlcXabb and Miss McNabb have moved from their former hoino on .')th Ave. A to Victoria Mansions.  a � , Huv. and Mrs. Baker are attending the Baptist Convention of Alberta In i Calgary which is being held thers this week, Mrs, Baker will deliver a paper tomorrow on "Present Day ' Problems in work among the Chll- i dreii." i ... \ .Mr. and Jlrs. Faulkner of Taylor- 1 vilic are attending the Baptist cpn- ' vention this weok. � �   A number of Ihe teachers in the schools uro busy preparing exhibits from the pupils in writing and drawing for thcvfulr which takes place in July.  * * High School examinations started this morning with Inspector J. .Morgan in ? SOCIAL EVENTS * � > > *  O 0 > -. 1. ' > : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : ? > : > ? ? ? ? ? VANCOUVER WOMEN WILL ? ? SAVE FOOD \> ; ; �> .;. .;. .;. .;. tb4 ceremony the 'seddlUB broaliffl.'.t Here Is Our Special Silk Hose Advt. THE "NIAGRA MAID" MEN'S STRAW HATS- U'l- maiiilain Hiai our raiigi' of .Straw lliitH fii'' men ami boys is Hie most ciunpleli! and iiiii'iiiiullcil In poin' or valii" in Soutli-(Mil Alberta. GEE THEM AND BE CONVINCED Hoys' Straws, all sliiipi-s. from ..... .Men's lloaii'rs. all r^liapcs. frwii, Pink, Black und White. TWO CURTAIN "CLEAN-OUTS" l.S niih, Single .N'oning-liaiii Lace ('iiriain.". for each .......... 19c The males of these have liceil either iiii.slaid or daimigejil. The values ran uji lo *l.-r, pair. lii pairs only, Nottingham Luce Curtains in cre.iiii. white and eci-u. Siieciiil Clearing 7Qo Price, pair........ I �/C Itegiilar pair. :i only. Tapestry Couch Covers ill pretty Roman stripes. Kegnlar .511.."lO. Spe-(ial Clearing -1 QO Price ........... l.i/O I L K SUITS Of Unmatched Beauty and Decided Smartness. .\mong the models shown iire those in the liiose lielti'd stylos; full ''gathered, and .Norfolk types, as well as a group of iinlqua disliiic-"liVe models for those who demand something difl'creut. Some ar(> iiiade-with large collars, others have od Ttli' .-Xve. S. Mrs. Romig will al.so give a leidure lUustrateil wiih slereoptican views on Wednesday evening in Ihe cliurch. The Crusaders will nice! in the cliiircli Thursday evening at S:(iO ;for practice. Tli,ere will lie a children's program at at next Sunday's morning service. L.D.S,-.AIcHling at llio church al ;i:,'ill Tuesday, .Subject "Geneology," Christian Science.-Wednesday 8 p,in., regular weekly testimony meeting. GOVT. VENEZUELA IS*^ PRO-GERMAN OUTBREAK INFLUENZA. .�\msterdam. .lune 17.-.-V serious outbreak of Influenza in Berlin is reported by tho Berlin Lokal Anzeiger. 'I'he newspaper says-the publication of the number of cases under troatmant has been forbidden. An Atlantic Port, June 17.- A confirmation of dispatches that the government of Venezuela at the Instigation of German inter-ests_ is suppressing pro-ally papers and throwing 'their editors into jail was received here today when Dr. Carlos Lopez Buslamanti, editor of Elfoloflrafo, formerly published in Caracas, arrived on a steamship from South American ports. . " . "German money Is being spent freely in Venezuela," he declared. "The government is pro-German and doe� not try tb conceal the fact." ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main ^ St., Winnipeg. North Lethbrldgo Gospel Hall.- Thursday SHIO.. p.m., .Address from largo chart. Subject "The Things �That^Are." The Church Period. Revelations 1. 10. Quest ions invited. Everybody welcome. Knox.-On account of the examinations tlie Canadian (iirls In Training will not meet this week. Friday evening, cliolr iiractlco. 'CiuO, Hoy Scouts win ineot. Wesley.-Monday eveiKng. special nioetlng of tho newly elected stewards. Every member uri^ed lo he jiresonl. No Caiiiiifiy (liirs meeting on account of Bx.iins.' Tuesday, .7:110, 'I'he Scout moBling; S;llt) ii.m., Bible school executive al llr. Rivers, 'I'hiirsday,' 8:llO, tdiolr practice. United.-.\londay evening, 7:.'l(t, special meeling'of-the. ladles' aid !n the lial! to make arrangements lor booths at the fair. Wednesday evening, S:Oi), prny'er s'ervice. St. Cyprian's.-Thursday afternoon, women meet at Rod Cross. .Frldtiy, S;;iil, ehblf iiractice. - St, Mary's-^Monday S;On, W. A. Tuesday evening, S:00, teachers' meeting. Wednqsday, ,7:i:i, Uoy ..acnuts, Thursduy. S';;()fl, .G. A. ..Friday, '..S;00, ^'ar more effective .th;^n.bticlifjFl� Catchers. Clean to handle, bold by .X-uBBigts ami Grocers cvcrvwhcrc. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN., Mason & Risch Piano-- a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping witH � the highest standard for years to come. .0ll > 'wh'eii'wo offer II to'.voir lit . � 'when"wo oft^r It '-"�^QIA '. .. 7''., - , .'.voirat thh. jirno ,f wOiw , mXsOIM & RiSCH LiMi;TED^ BALMORAL BLOCK; FiFTM ST. 6.  UETiHBRIDQB - 98??3075 ;