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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V Jl'NK PAGE NINE MILADI h (0 I REFUGE. ncnl resldehi-e. Miss SpsuIiUns will Krotn my spirit's .gra? deleal. Ui-llow laler when High my pulso'e llagglrifc are compiled. f-rom my boyes that 'to-saadi lifting tiiT-ough my clobs-clonched hand.' from my owa' fault's V if 1 slIU aiu free, "M'1 for with I can' make' retugo for my saks. A house of shining' to bo .My IraeHe O> V V O r PERSON ALV Mr. E. F. Harnes has Mer- chants Hank fn Hie city aiyl has gone to Vancouver to visit his people' be- fore reporting for duty al Calgary. Mrs, M. A. Racon-nt Angeles, Is ibc gucsl of Mrs. tli Ave. South. Mr. Ulacklock ol. the Merchants Uauk of Cnnada, of Monarch, hag been transferred to the staff of the Mer- chants Hank at'.Lclhhridgc. Mrs, H. H. AViekett and 'children lelt last week, Tor utUe Coast. Mr. R A. SloltzB lell on Satimlay for DOS Molues to visit his son. Lieut. Norria SlolUe i here. who is, in training Mr. and A. llaalam were visit- ors in UanfE for the week-end. Miss Klinor who has been the nest of Mrs. .0- F. P. Cqnybeare, Hl- verview, has returned to'Spokarie. _ Lieut. A. Men-burn an'U Lieut. A. Kaismith are motor visitors from Cal- gary Jn the city. .Mrs. vy. r. Spauldtnff is leaving this week to Join her husband in Calgary where they, will make their nerma- hollh f, is ib ilie city on heir way lu Cal- fiary. 1. k _ 'Dr. and moved ,tlie-bungalow fnrmcrly occupied by Mr. on Mth St.'Soatb. "V. m Mrs. J, Hemm left "last; night lor Vancouver to joiu her husband. Tliuy Ihere" in Enroute Airs.''iUtnm> willrvisit Iii' Calgary (or a coupla of-iveekfi. V V Tho lloriilil takes the following from thoA'lctorla'iJaUy Times: 'Pias- ter. (Icoffroy, IVflddhigtpti, the cd boy violinist of'Leihbrldgc, wlio is vJsilinj; In Victoria., accompanipil by mother Mrs. Krank Wadding1- ion, and JUUe sislor Kllccn, paid a visit Ann'p Calivent on Tuesday GTontng aud 'charmed (he sfsfers with his reuditioii of violin solos. Miss Eileen AVaddlngton also rib u ted several very graceful and lliefr- performance sc nlecised the sifters that. Ihe, Mother Superior cxjiresseil the hone tiiat they would ag-aia. visit the convent and entertain the Bisters at a later date." Mrs., f. O.. Davis of Prince Albert, announces the 'engagement of her youngest .daughter, Rebecca Hulh, to Mr. Jatnes Guy Tenny. Hon., W. P. Tcnny, of son St. the John's NflU. TIio marriage will jilaco June'26tfi at HI. Alban's I' ro- Cathed- ral, Prince Albnrt. Mlea JSavis a Vopnlar visiior in Lcthbridge a few seasons ago with Mrs. W. A, Parker. .ere Quality Poes-Coun1 ECAUSEanegg, BgeJincold Stor- age, has lost Jts: PaOor; Kas noth- ing to do with, ike ar frc's barn. farmer brings 'sK from.tKe Becauie you ctn't make.a good cup of coffee 'tfitri poorlj1 nouiisKed and im- properly roasted coffee Loans; has nothing to Jo widh ike coffee can rrike C0FFEE 'plantations, culeivatcd bi? hpni Wended made ft lifetime ftiMJy of iKt etfal gmmjfa ffrcaltl "PKRKF.CT COFFEE. PER- FECTLYMJDE" ma toolj. lit, tot me moiling fief h cojfie txtn. Write copy. 196 CHASE J 5ANIORK, SOCIAL EVENTS at this w called Jor. The Olris' Auxiliary ore Blill aux tu procuro worn dothfng, geir or ladles', n-lilcli they vrUlj. inmkc over (or b'renuh TCfugees: Any-1 ony having such please the j B same nurnhcr aud'K ivill he cjllod lor. The regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Call Chapter LO.D.K. will be held in Ihe Y.M.C.A, on Tbnra- day evening (June 20) at [ The executive ia as bed to meet at The following Is tho report of the Kcd Cross articles made and out durirtg the month of May hy the Com- merce Branch; Dressing ftowns, 12; pillow slips, S dozen; towels, G clG2oir. many tail hamlages, 2 dozeji; pyjamas, vdoren; gocks, I'l pairs; wringers, 1 dozen; binders. 1 dozen, haniikcr- 22 dozen; nurses' ajirons, 1 dozen; day shirts, dozen. Yesterday afternoon Mtss TiHej' en- lertafned the Nursing .Mission Hoard in honor of Miss Moore, who has cii listed for nursing service overseas. Mrs. Ewarl and Mrs. ilobinsoD pour- ed al the prettily appointed UhJc, gay with yellow and white popples, while Mrs; 11: J. H. 'Skelth cut the ices. At (he end cf a very plcnsauV artcrhbbn; Mrs, Hobinsoti presented Miss Moore, on behalf, o( the Board, llnsolicHcd donations coming fn to the Jtetl Cross fuiitl our gen-j croiia, patriotic citizens. Ilccetit re-i ceiiits been, five dollars Iroai ilr, Angus Davles, and leu dollars from I Mr. llejiry Click. childreu of -iiie Commerce school uro greatly Interested in Hed Cross work. They are" knUUtig face clbihs uuiler the excellent, instructlph ot the teacher, .Miss nuriic ol our nicmher-j are making Cross articles to lie plactii on dioiday at the summer fairs 1at Cai- ga'ry-and other places. A car loarf of scrap iron is lieing gathered anil loaded at Commerce to he tshlppcd lo EI steel company at lied Cltft, the urocccds 'to revert to the Ued Cross. Preaching services are heing lielil every Sunday at II a.m. in the schuol house under the" able leadersliip of Mr. Van Eaton. Uio minister- from Coalhurst. Much interest is belhg shown by the large congregaifoiis who enjoy the excellent sermons. Mrs. James ia conducting a summer school class for Ihe smaltfir dilirfreri. A dance was given in Mr. Wetg- and's barn on Friday evening, June Hlh. by Ihe U.P.A., (o.rafae monejr to discharge the intlehtedness on the piano. A large crowd was preacnUand enjoyed the event and cxcelfent music by the Dunning orcliestra; Lunch was served at one o'clock. The prciceedis ivory; brushes, extending to, her the best wishes ol- everyone1, jirestitif In' 'her new work'. Misa 'Moore led last night lo report for fluty1 at quarters rtt were Laura B. Sec.-Treas. A CORRECTION. June The- Editor 6! Dear a recent edition of your paper you state that the Ma Jack Ross Chapter, ,J.O.U.E.T prole aeainsC Ihe gifrbaVo dumb 'A time was spent' tile liorae of Mrs.'William Smith, 1'Jlli Street. North. In lionor o( Pri- e-d Ihe gifrhaVp duntti. vatc William Unalrig-. who has Just I UU' your eJ this, slating that the chapter simply asketl. for; sorip ono lo pick elc., Jrqm Iho The .Major Jack Kosa' Chspler, i'O. O.E. know nothlnjj or either 'report. ralnrneil from Ihi! front. The guests were spje'ndlilly .cijlertalnert with1 danclnj-a'riii-slnKlng, Mrs. Smith sorr- liig dalnly refreshments at 'tho ,con- clutlon. Mr. Mills. good numbers" on the violin and the c :anio to a close .with ihree cheera 'for- 'te. jJnnlne, and fclieers ot th.nVi'to >Ir. and Mrs. Snillh. Follon-lnt the work meeting laet night Ihe Girls' Auxiliary went In a hoiiy lo liM farou-ell to jftss Moore, preyljns lo her departure from the' cllj. .Wishing- her .the 'best-, of suc- cess the glrla .prisenleil her .'with a small reniembraiice; -Moore is a most popular member ,o[ the Girls' Anxfliary and her bright presence will be very much, ratesen by the Girlj. V' I L C 1 Kirkby s DpeciaS For Thursday BUNS per dor Thursday 25c 1 TWO DOZEN to Kirk by Co. 5rJ Art S Phone WATCH FOR ANOTHER SPECIAL NEXT THURSDAY umnKunness, says IN NEW I SILKEN ARRIVALS I LINGERIE That Women Simply Cannot Ottawa, June jo Dominion C. 'f. miou uitjecl of medical tern; ;t i'as asserted that meAi- vouta u tiiut as hi till as per >v'i: re greUe-Mtat tlie recent iui ihe uieiiwt took no 3 eps with regard to this QuautUiee of, IHeratutv on he' subject, of patent iiiuJtrines are iPlng distributed anioDK ilm ik-lu sates u (he convention. On-- pamphlet ?bichs would bo 'sent bri'-iitiasi from lie lieailiiuarlers pi thu T. Q the provincial uujotis averts tliitt 'beef. Iron aod wine .It- easy road o drunkenness Questionnaires are prepared o be sent by the unions o medical meti JUKI where hey stand pn tills For THURSDAY Ladies' White Canvas Pumps Wills low rubber lieelri and Tubbf-r soles. Hnishcd with a iH'yt yojjljn SizcK to SPECIAL v (.1 eo dear (o a 4 woman? wlicu Ae know that no matter much may prizti It's beauty. 11, niust also give ser-v cc. KnowlnB that it DOES WEAR U3NOER ani) tlmt all iirixt there should ba no- reaKon wliy every wortau siiouli) iiof wear silken lingerie. More- over, she need hot Kpeiid more lhaii she prices range' as low as (UO-tor li camisole, m 14.50 [of a coin-In etihor while -or beautifully hantl emhroldercil they are (he acriie of dair' ness. and For THURSDAY 50 Only. White Cotton Sheets IJiifn hemmed reaily for use. Size QOxSO. n'gulnr price ts SPECIAL- {limited 3 to a cu MM .S Calvary, (Jime Tin Kvcntfcfh Annual convention ot ;in- Uauttsl he s or Alberta in First 3eiitist church this niornint; with moYr IJuHi .100 Ue egotcs, u'rcEOJU. Lively Discussion Chase, of' Viking, aroused 'frely discussloii when IK; askpil If there' :iny demarcation uelvreeti earthly .and heavenly kingdoms. Ho wanted to if people vyprc m show aqy discrimination hetv.eou these two arid suggested as un answer thai one should' co-operate with the olhcr, John bf" t'on'ofcn'. followed. Mr. Clituc in the discussion said thai Christianity must 'be usftf aeafnst tlie cvila of the world. Rev. 'H. 'L. Kemp" ion continued; 'the answer to Ilie quest (on imt idrUj by .Mr. Chase and sajtl that tlie cKiircli is a' body ol believers, who nre.tib'jnd lORCther for the purpose oC1 fighting sgainst tlio evils of tlie devil. Appalling Conditions 'The .second pa of KIR morju'ns wfls.'.deJIyereil by Kev. S. Kverlnn. of Eilinotiton, on "TlieV Pastor is Teacher." Discussion lasted unlit, after 12 o'dfet'fl.' and G. Car; penter, .of Bdmontbfi. suggested tti'al some insight hilo.'.acliinl coi.ilitions exlstfuii iu different jwrls 'of Alberta should lie given by 'A, McDonald, who was "well versed on Mr, McDonald appalling the conditions 'in some'. ol AlboriJi-He said thai he knc.vr of many instances where. ehtldJXTi of school age did not know anything about God and that the teachings of 'tttQ'eliuTfcli were not'- being-, spread as broadcast- R.T they Comparing the work nf tho clergy ih rtistrlcls. Mr. Me-Do n a id admitted (fiat the. Cath'olics arc in this, line ot ridfelous wort, v Nainsook LINGERIE Another new: pr rival is our exquisite Jfrench Xaiiisook 'This is most charinlogly hand 'embroidered in buitcr-fly and imnchwork designs Tiie ntght dressed arc Hie slipover' style, ivlth short sleeves, ami the the. "Envelope-" make. The above nre only a few of iho many makes-. GOME AND SEE OUR ENTIRE BOYS' WASH stes A Jmel} range of In print glnghaiuE g Eitheridll white dr a orled tnj e "MaJtf in a neat lioHed from For Only, Trunks tray. Regular price and Cauvas covered, heavy hardwood sJats, brassed protectors ,Iancy lining metal bottoms. Sizes' 31, 3G and ,3S. SPECIAL PRICE is, being sent' to the thief s. of tb city, police In Alberta by attorney goneral's and. vrhHcsh i not a 1 iMended to es lablfEh itK ivorking prtnclple save .year atone f .ri' rentals q hidrattL 'not )i6 needed Without a tin department H T t- g i _ ELEVATOR, A second tcltor has been received ham tlie Frank Sanftarluin by the Girls' Auxiliary 'with a pathetic ap- peal for sunshades, statins that anr- Uiing tliat sim off would be acceplablD. cbnval C3ccnta. who liwc'ilUUe' to' Tolcman BarUett Hcan P j' Jennings Pendant uOrelfle I- mond J A Doram Flwin 3 K Jonea V Oliver Tatier Geo Neitleton tan H Brooke ricnn U War Flcan J T3 Wcan A B Ulhbrfctgc} T 9 Flcan S KaJojfeo Col l tnat] 4 4 t f A roJJ news in than lots sheet news tn car' J3.5d; sheet news in less Inan car tots 1-2. i REPUBLICAN WINS t Minneayolis, June'; returni from Monti ay's 'mayoralty pri- mary today shows that Thomas Van Lear, 'present mayor, who -was en- iraeii by the SocIaliRl party, polle.fl K. i.ti i who was nominated 'to oppose Van'lJear tlie roming election, ceiveil votes. li. S.'TO cowrEfl WITH GERMANY ON PRISONERS1 on; -lunc of. the American soverndient arc to confer Vuir (Jerrtaris regarding K1NQ RECEIVES BO R DEN London HnrJai? of Canada and Premier (lugits nf the of iirlsonera, according In circulation al The Hague -and JonvSnlefl' by. the Dally Mail's correspond e lit there. Tho source ofjjhc report status of If any, arc nhl named. SAYS.flE IS PHO-GERMAN. JaV'a' Dutch branefi1 ol Nallons has to Jelexraph ;ui eon, Drosldent.ol the British Seatnbn' Union, ilatnlng against tho Dutch So cfaljit Icjulei Intends to procMi) to fugland ind 1 ranee In July toJillend tjie inler iillled SochHsl conferences and asKlnf whether Brt sallprs nro vrllhnj to transport a MORE SHIPMENTS .06LD "hipmefif of isflOOOOO In gojd bars from M ol the Dank p i- ngfiind tn Ottawa was received here at the UntlcM 'stale anii licasurf anrt placed lo creiftl fi, the IS al Fcclpral Mhfc This stitpiierjl of 120 (tdi Slitc Lreok il I.1-011 ..ttto Snifsh i who is .Mai Altfcln, writer accounts tor Iho f aup Amsterdam, June Rouman- ia concluded peace because to sist further would nave exhaust- "ed the country to the point of tructipn, said King Ferdinand in j "his speech from the throne at the reopening of the Roumanian par- liament at .Jassy '''The peace treaty was then submitted to the legislature for approval.' opposed the peace treaty, -did" not appe'ar at the opening of parliament and_: the diplomatic corps- was not In- vited to; attend. J lian army ''ejjrly in the war, Is try- to', obtain an increased 'aiipplj- of japer daily and weekly piiblica- lions Issued In Eflslanfi. lie believes .liat Uie.reslritUona' on payer are too drastic. The lie argued flay such an important part in the i-ohditct of the war llint they, shonitl; treated more liberally tlte gov-' PROVINCIAL POLICE TO 'HANDLE MURDER CASES. June- Murder casea and oilier crimes ol a serious, ha hire. In t lie .future, frill 'be 'under tfc'e ticulftr Investigation arfrt c6alrol.o[ thfi provincial police.' Jo. this ef- vlnce. BUTTE IS IN NEED OF MONEY Dutte, Mnnt., June IG.n-Atinbtince- ment was maOc today by" IJ.ntte crs that ;i committee representing.the financial institutions will roeet-a "spec- ial committee of the city eouoclKnext Tuesday afternoon to devise means nf city sr> that-city will bo next fall .when are payable. i> In a cpuirjiunication .lo llje Malonfev'threaten cd. (9 discharge all tlhe Itblice, nnd'fir.o tlpearlments rtcmnihder .of tlie year unlesft'warrants are.accepted by Ihe'banks .who-clalin the'cily has exceeded (ta indcblednecs. la thl cotittns'en'iv Slayor Maloney, the cllj I'rlnce June Brlj I hAniencan at east ot Prince Albert on the o H struck bi thi nd ile ttojea.liy (Ire The la llo the grainttiad ihippti Ij'l ECZEMA QUARANTEED AND SOLO IN LETK BftlOOE BV..THE CO LTD, oiipartiin this sale In thong CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN. Mason Risch a souhd mvestmenf assures an mstrutnent in keeping the highest standard for years cohie 7he value durability arid lonal of the Ma ott ft'Uisch Piano Inve licen conchtiivcli proven dial (hey -rs 'icti Tlrp Va on Hlsoh i'faun witiiout a peer. t it Is sold to ilirec -rioil bus from (he tnanutaclttrer Ilirougli a Factor) hi ffoma plan that Carrie you nround the save his anil Any (amliy bavin; if e (or ;good ifs'eil fmnttiillnfc nf Ilii-f redlfcd '-eg ulif Piano o good So'IOw tiricjcil MallzS Ilici minule yoii see IJ Ihat you arc in Ihe pro en'cs of 'real huylng Hr ij MASON fc RISCH BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST S ;