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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MILADI andWine o i lrnm my spirits grftf From my pulses flagging From my hopes that turned sifting through my closeclenched From my own faults if I can sing 1 still am For with singing I can make refuge for my A of shining to he My fragile HSarn Teasdale PERSONAL Barnes has left the Mer rliants Hank In the city lias gone to Vancouver to visit his people bo fore reporting for military duly at Bacon of Los Is the of 8th Hlacklock the Merchant llanl of of hus been traiiHlcrred to the staff of the Mer chants Hank at Wlckett and children left last week for tlie Stoltze left on Saturday for Dos Molnes to visit his Morris who In training and Baalam were visit ors in Banff for the Miss Klinor Wood who lias been the Kiicst of Hl has returned to M Mewburn and Naismith are motor visitors from Cal gury in tlie m Spaulding is leaving this week to Join her husband in Calgary where will make their perma WKere Quality Does Count S ECAUSE an aged in cold stor has lost its flavor Has noth ing to dowitKthe eggs vJriiclx tKe farmer brings fresh from the Because you cant make a good cup of coffee With nourished and im properly roasted coffee boans has nothing to do with the coffee jjgp can make tfith SEAL BRAND COFFEE SEAL cultivated blended and roasted and ground by those have made lifetime ttudy of Brmnd ii In I and 2pounJ f found ground for PERKECT PER FECTLYMADE our new look are mailing free to Write for a 196 CHASE 4 SAN MONTREAL nont Miss SpKtildlng will follow later when High School inations are Miss health is in the on her way to Cal i and moved into their new tlie bungalow formerly occupied by on ISth 1 1 em m left last night for Vnnnouver to join her They ftHT reside there in ICnrouto 116mm will visit in Calgary for a couple of The Herald takes the following from the Victoria Ijaily Times Mas ter Geoffrey the talent ed boy violinist of who is visiting In accompanied by hia mother Frank and little sister paid n visit to AnnjB Convent on Tuesday evening and charmed the sisters with his rendition of o number of violin Miss Klleen AVaddlngton also contributed several very graceful and their performance so pleased the aisters that the Mother Superior expressed the hope that they would again visit the convent and entertain tlie at a later of Prince announces the engagement of her youngest Rebecca to James Guy son of the of Johns The marriage will ake place June 26th at Albans ProCathed Prince Miss Bavis a popular visitor in Lethbridge a few seasons ago with SOCIAL EVENTS Kirkbys Special For Thursday PARIS BUNS 28o Thursday DOZEN to Government Kirkby 3rd Phone 162 WATCH FOR SPEOlAt NEXT THURSDAY Yesterday afternoon Miss Tilley en tertained the Nursing Mission Board in honor of Miss who has env listed for nursing service Ewart and Robinson pour ed at the appointed gay with yellow and white while Skeith cut the At the end of a very pleasant Kobinson presented Miss on behalf the witha IbewitiftTl set Of AvhHe ivory extending to her the best wishes ofeveryone present In her new Miss Moore left last night to report for duty at military head quarters at A most enjoyable time was spent at tho home of William Iftth In honor of Pri vate William binning who has just returned from the The guests were splendidly entertained with dancingand Smith serv ing dainty refreshments at the con Mills rendered good numbers on the violin and the party came to a close with three chews for and fcheers of thanks to and Following the work meeting last night the Girls Auxiliary went In a body to bid farewell to Miss previous to her departure from the Wishing her the best of suc cess the girls presented with a Miss Moore Is a most popular member of the Girls Auxiliary and her bright presence will be very much missed by the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A second letter has been received from the Frank SauWarium by the Girls Auxiliary with a pathetic ap peal for stating that any thing that would keep the sun off would be These conval who have little to need protection when Scenery is a cold thing with a little human Last week an appeal was mndo by the Girls Auxiliary for used parasols for them but so far there has been no OonM not the generous citliens of Leth bridge find a parasol or umbrella tuey could spare The frame should be Whole hut the girls would mend or remake worn The contrast between Summer Purs and parasols has uaen wittily but the fact remains that now the hot weather is here the niea need tlieie sunshades nnd nl Plense phone your numt1 tills week to and they will be called The Auxiliary nre still anx ious to procure worn fveni tlemena or which they will make over for French refugnes Any1 ony having such please phone the j same number and it will he called The regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Cialt Chapter will be held In the on Thurs day evening June 20 at The executive Is aslted to meet at The following Is the report of the Hed Cross articles made and sent out during the month of May by the Com merce Hranch Dressing 12 pillow dozen U many tail 2 dozen J dozen 21 pairs 1 dozen I handker 2i dozen nurses 1 dozen day liVa Unsolicited donations keep coming In to the Jted Cross fund by our gen patriotic Recent rej celpts have five dollars from I Angus and ton dollars from i Henry j The of the Commerce school are greatly Interested In Red Cross They are knitting face cloths under the excellent instruction of the Miss Some of our members are making Red Cross articles to be placed on display at the summer fairs at Cal gary and other A car load of scrap iron Is being j gathered and loaded at Commerce to be shipped to a steel company at Red the proceeds to revert to lied Preaching services are being held every Sunday at H In school house under the able leadership of Van the minister from Much interest is beitig j shown by the large congregations who enjoy the excellent James is conducting a summer school class for the smaller A lance was given in Weig ands barn on Friday June by the to raise money to discharge the indebtedness on the A large crowd was prescntand enjoyed the event and excellent music j by the Dunning Lunch was i served at one The proceeds i were i hanra A June TheEditor of Dear a recent edition of your paper you state that the Jack Ross protect against the garbage The following day your ed stating that the chapter simply asked permission soni one to pick etcM frQm the The Major Jack Ross IO know nothing of either report They have stated no objection to the garbage neither have they ask ed permission to pick over the bage and have given no one permis sion to use their name in this con Thanking you to make this correc 1 am Yours very ELEANOR DE Major Jack Hoss PASS Newell of Cardston Netta of ana ISvolyn of Lethbrldge have completed tlie course of instruction by correspondence under the Insti tute of Technology and Art at Calgary and purpose trying Grade XII exami nations this The fallowing have completed the correspondence courses of the Institute and have tried the examinations set by tlie mining branch of the Provincial Qov and the results will he an nounced in a days Hugh H Commerce John West Colenran Carmaii gay foleman Blalrmore Anthony Taber Bellevue H i Coleman Taber Taber Cole man Daniel Frank Thomas Coleman Taher Bellevue Lethbridge Frank Leth bridge Blairniore Hugh Hardieville Coleman llillcrest Hillcrest Green Coleman GUtei Coleijvan Coleman Mojcin Coleman Con Colemian Elcau Pendant dOreille Jv Rny mond Lethbridge Rlcan Taber Taber NettJetoni pi can EJcan Klcan Colaman Ferguson Blcan Leth bridge P Blcan dole Womans Convention June to the Dominion mion this morning discussed a r hy of Mmt mi tin subject of inediral Ifiiii ivas asserted that certain iiicni niedi ciiieB contain alcoholic MIiil IUHK ing as high as 45 per Hhc gretteil that the recent nf tlie flahiidian medical conm looi no stepH with regard to this Quantities literal UK iicaring on the subject of patent m are being distributed delegates to the Onnumphlet which would bpsent hrcmiiast from the headquarters of thu to the provincial unjon that Iron and wine easy road to drunkenness Questionnaires are In prepared to be scut by the prminriii unions to medical men to ascertain just where thny pn Ibis Ilicsi mi June twentieth annual convention of lie IJuiitiHt churches of Alberta in First Baptist church moniini with mrtn than 100 delegates Lively Discussion of arbuseii lively discussion when lie asked If there is any demarcation between earthly and heavenly wanted to know if people were to show any discrimination tliose two arid suggested as an answer ihut one should rooperate with the John of Ponoka iullowed Chase in the discussion nnd said that Christianity must be aicainttt the evils of the Kempton continued the answer to the question put forth by Chase and sad that the cHturch is a body of who are Sound tocethcr for the purpose of flghtini the evils of the Appalling Conditions The second paper of tlie moyiing was delivered by Rev S of on Pastor as Teach Discussion address lasted until after 12 oclockand of suggested thai some Insight into actual conditions existing in different purls of Alberta should lie given by who was well versed on this McDonald described as appalling the conditions some of He said that he knew of many in stances where children of school ago did not know anything about God and that the teachings of the clitirCb were not being spread as athey Comparing the work of the clergy in Mc Donald admitted that the Catholics are ahead in this linje of i SOME NEW IN SILKEN ARRIVALS LINGERIE That Women Simply Cannot Resist Specials For THURSDAY Ladies White Canvas Pumps With low rubber heels and rubber finished with a neat poplin Sizes 2Mj to SPECIAL Is It nny wonder thot silk niHlflrapparel IK so dear to a woman Particularly when ivo know hal no niiilter how iniirh miiy it for Its must nlso give ser Knowing that it DOES WEAR LONGER and uffords thai delicafcy all there should be no reason why every should not wear silken More she now not spend more than she range ns low as for k to for a com In either white or beautifully hand embroidered are the acme of daint sVviceabIHty and real Specials For THURSDAY 50 White Cotton Linen hemmed ready for Size The regular price is SPECIAL Limited 3to a Specials For THURSDAY 11 Trunks With Regular price and Canvas cover heavy hardwood brassed protectors lin metal Sixes fi and SPECIAL PRICE French Nainsook LINGERIE Another new arrival is our exquisite Drench Nainsook Lingerie of This Js most charmingly hand embroidered In fly and punch work The night dresses are the slipover with short and the Combinations the Envelope The above are only a few of the many makes COME AND SEE OUR ENTIRE SELECTION BOYS WASH A lovely range of In Either all whito rfr assorted colored Made In a neat belted from Telegraphic Briefs KING RECEIVES 1 June Heu JlBf receivedPremier BorUeu t of Canada and Premier Hughes of at Buckingham 4 FIX NEWSPRINT June paper prices were fixed by tha federal trade commission in accord ance with au agreement between the attorney general and manufacturers of the United States and Canada as follows Roll news in oar a hun dred pounds roll news in lessthan car lots 1 sheet news in car sheet news in less than car lots REPUBLICAN WINS returns from Mondays mayoralty pri mary today shows that Thomas Van present who was en dorsed by the Socialist polled Republi can i whp was nominated to oppose Van Lear in tlie coming ro ceived TO CONFER WITH GERMANY ON PRISONERS June of the American government are to confer with the iermans regarding the exchange of according to a report in circulation at The Hague and forwarded by the Dally Malls correspondent The source of report or the status of if are not SAYS HE is Ol tawa Dutch branch of ofNcutraI Nations has decided to telegraph Havelock Wil prusldeut of ilie British Seamens against the Dutch So ciallpt who intends topriiceert to England and Prance In July to Socialist conferences ami asking whether Bri tell sailors to transport a MORE Ncrw ajlditUinal gold IUVB from the depository otthe Bank of England Ottawa received hepi at tho sub tceasury and placed it popl Federal Tliis the shipment makes utoUJv of 20 tho presiftiit jnovttjnent of British gpm to Slates Munp aeftdpC tUe SriUstt ucojpjtluadtt who is Max writer of for the aiifi June ia concluded peace because to re sist further would have exhaust ed the country to the point of des said King Ferdinand in 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 Queen opposed the peace did not appear at the opening of parliament and the diplomatic corps was not In vited to feet is being to the chiefs of the city policein Alberta by the attorney generals while ft ii not a it is intended to es tablish its working principle such cases as may occur in thp pro dian army in the is try ing to obtain an Increased supply of paper for daily and weekly publica tions issued in He believes that the restrictionson paper are too The he play such mi important part iii the conduct of the war that they should be treated more liberally by the gov PROVINCIAL POLICE TO HANDLE MURDER June cases and other crimes of a serious in tho will be under the par ticular investigation and control of thq provincial tyotice to this ef iit opi Attejiii this sale in thoiib BUTTE IS IN NEED OF MONEY June ment was made today by Butte bank ers that ii committee representing the financial institutions will meet a spec ial committee of the city council next Tuesday afternoon to devise means of financing the city so that city warrants will be salable next full when taxes are a communication the Mayor Maloney threaten ed to discharge all members of the andfire dpeartments the remainder of the year unless warrauts are accepted by the banks claim the city has exceeded its legifVlimit of tn this Mayor tho city save a year alone on HIM hydrant water rentals as hydrant wouldnot be needed without a fin ELEVATOR BURNS Prince June BrU ishAmerican Elevator at Naisberry east of Prince Albert on the R was struckby lightning this moVnlni and destroyed1 by The last o the gralnihad beMl abipped last COI ECZEMA QUARANTKED AND SOLO IN LETH BRIDGE KENNYA ALLIf Iflaaou SUarff FACTORY TO HOME CONCLUSIVELY Mason Risch a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for to The durability and tonal perfection of the Mason Hiach Piano have been so conclusively proven tljat they are accepted The Mason Risch Piano is without a U is sold to you you buy from the through a Factory en Home plan that carries you around the middlemini you wave his expense and Any family having use for a good used piano will immediate advantage of this reduced price a SJewcombf so good and low priced yqjj realign minute you nee H that you are il the of H reitl buying MASON RISCH BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH LETHBRIpGf X 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