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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRDNKSOAY. .ILXI". 1!). l',ll,S li-k-. sJ.TllBMDQE DAILX; HIKAlu PAGE NINE mmm [S ; Bei^f.ilron and Wine i'lilli (o } Dl-uukennesH, Hays U uman's I (!onvenU(ii! REFUGE. I'riim my h|)lrlt'a graj' (lofoitt. j lYniii my n"l�o'b 'I'lKglng haul. ^ i I'rom my linpe.h thai, tiimeil'to sand i .Sifting tlironsli my clOHe-clcnched Imiiil,' I ifiin my own taull's slavfiry, * If 1 i-iiir sliiB; 1 BliU urn free. I'or with my.singing I can make ' ' A icrnKc for my Hplrif'H sake, A hoiiso of slilnlnG words, lo bu .My trngile Immortality. -Snra Temidale. �� �.  -  .Mr. F. Hiirnos has left tlio .Vlor-cliants Hank In the ('Ity aiyJ hii.s gone t(i Vimcouvcr to visit lii.s pnoplo lie-foru roportlnB for military duty i\t Calfary. � � & .Mr.'i. .VI. A. Diicon of IjOB AngcWis, Ciil, Is the Sliest of .Mrs. Geo.Mcbcod. Sth Ave. SouUi. .Mr, Hlaoklock of the .Meriihnntii Hank of Canada, of .Monarch, lias been IranKferred to thu staff of the .\ler-thanls Hank at Ldhbrldgw. � It # Mrs. H. H. Wlckott and children loft last week for the CoaHt.  *  .Mr. P. A. Stoltze left on Saturday for Dc.q .Molne.s to vLsIt bl.s .son, Ulenl. .Vorri.s Stoll/.o who Is. in iraininf,-tlicre.   � Mr. and .Mrs. A. Baalam wcru visit, ors in Banff for the weekend. mmm Miss lOlinor Wood who lias been the Kiicst of .Mrs. C. P. P. Conybeare, Rl-vervlew, has returned to .Spokane. � � w Lieut. A. .Mew-burn and Llnnl. .\. Kaisinith aro motor visitors from Calgary in tliQ city. �   Mrs. \V. P. Spauldlng is leavinK tiiis WBok to Join her husband in Calyary whero they will make their pernia- WKere Quality Does Count! ECAUSE on egg, Bgcd in cold storage, has lost its jla-Jor; has notli-ing todowitli the eggs v?hicli the farmer brings rcsh from the 3arn.' Because yon can't make a good cup of coffee v?itK poorl:? nourished and im-properlv roasted coffee Loans; has nothing to do �with the coffee �pa^ can mike '^ith SEAL BRAIRD COFFEE "SEAL BRAND"-from th� beat plantations, cultivated h Cuuvont on Tuesday evening and ohnrmed tho sisters witli his rendition of o number of violin solos. .Miss filleen Waddington also coniribmed several very graceful dances, and their porformanco so pleased the sisters that tho Mother Superior expressed the hope tliat they would again visit tho convent and ciiiortain the Bisters at a later date."    Mr.s. T. 0. Davis of I'rinoe Albert, announce-^ the nngagement of her youngest daughter, Rebecca Ruth, to .Mr. James Guy Tenny, son of tho Hon. W. y. Tenny, of St. Johns Xtld. The marriage will 'ake place lune 2fith at SI. Alban's I'ro-Cathcd-ral, l^rlnce Allien. Miss Ijavls v/a.K a popular visitor in Lothbridge a few sea.sons ago with .'Mrs. W. A, Parker. mmm e- :�� � i- > : SOCIAL EVENTS > ? � Yesterday afternoon .Miss Tilley entertained the .N'ursing Mls.sion Uonrd In honor of .Miss Moore, who has eit-listed for nursing service overseas. , .Mrs. ICwart and .Mr.?. Robinson pour-' ed at the prettily apjiolnled table, | gay with yellow and white popjiies, | while .Mrs. II. .1. II. Skeith cut tho Ices. At the end of a very pleasant aflernonn. Airs. Robinson presented .Miss Moore, on behalf of the Board, �wllh- a n>t*�utiftil self of white ivory brushes, extending to her the best wishes of- everyone present In her new work, ;MIS3 Moore left laat night to report for duty at military heail-Tiiarlers at Calgary.  >  A most enjoyable time was spent at the home of Mrs, William Smith, Ifltb Street. North. In honor of Private William IjinniuK w'ho has jus', roturned from tho front, Tho guests were splendidly oijtertalned with dancin^and singing, Mrs, Smith serving dainty rofreshmentB at the con-ciuKlon. Mr. .Mills rendered good numbers on the violin and the party camo to a close with three cheers for Pte. Linulng, and oheers of thanks lo .Mr. and Mrs, Hnilfh. Following the work meeting last night the Girls' Auxiliary went lu a body to bid farewell to sflss Moore, previous to her departure from the city. Wishing hev the beat of success the girls presented her wllh a .small remembrance. Miss Moore is a most popular member of the Girls' .\UKiliary and her bright presence will be very much missed by the Girls. �  * > � ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? � � .> � .: � .> .> 4. .> 4. .> .j. .;. A second letter has been received from tho Frank Sanitarium by the Girls' Auxiliary with a pathetic appeal for suiLshades, stating that any-tiling that would keep the sun off would be acceptable. The'se convalescents, who have little to do, need protection whou outside. Scenery is a cold thing .comparod with a little human Interest. Last week an appeal was made by tho Girls' Auxiliary for useil parasols for them but so far there liaa been. no reaponae. ("loiild not the g;enerous citltens of 'Leth-bridge find a parasol or umbrella tiiey could spareThe frame should be Wiiolo biit the girls would mend or ro-make worn covers. The oonlrast between "Summer Furs'' aud parasols has been wittily cemarkeit but the fad remains that now tho hot weather is here the men need.thojio sunshades iPreNriptlen :0 uke, Thtit li'iioihlni llli�i'ritul>i44 nn-^ttHimfM tt�t with or wlllmul ft rliwlrlnfi'i pirtrrtpdon on mn ftl-Mtiiu "" i'fc'."te� tit taum or ow.l rtfandf4. and at once. Please ptioiK^ your uanii' � tills week to ll'L'l and tht^y will be, called for. | The Gins' Auxiliary are still an.t-, ions to procure worn clothing, gen-1 tlnmens or ladies', which thoy will; make over for French Tofugncs; Any- ( ony having such please phone the [ saine number and it will be calliul for. * � � The regular monthly meeting of tlie Sir Alcxmider Gall Chapter I.O.D.IO. will be held in the Y.M.C.A. on Thursday evening i.hine at X.Wj p.m. The executlvo Is asked to meet at mmm The following ti the report of ilie Red Cross articles made and sent out (luring the month of .May by the Com-inerce Hranch: Dressing gowns. Vi; pillow slips, dozen; towels, \i dozen; many tail bandages, 'i doze.u; pyjamas, II ilozen; socks. Jl iiairs; wringers, 1 dozen; binders, I dozen, handkerchiefs, 'i2 dozen; nurses' aprons, 1 dozen; day shirts, L'Vi dozen. Unsolicited donations keep coming in to the Red Cross fund by our gen-ertnis, patriotic citizens. Recent receipts h'lve been, five dollars from .Mr. Angus navies, and ten dollars from -Mr. Henry Gllck. The children of the Commerce school aro greatly Interested In Red Cross work. They are knllting face cloifis under the excellent Instruction of the teacher, .Miss Kens. Sumo of our member.^ are making Red Cross articles to be placed on display at the summer fairs at t;al-gary and other places. A car load of scrai) iron is being gathered and loaded at Commerce lo be shipped to a steel comiiany at Red Cliff, the proceeds to revert to the Red Cross. Preaching services are being held every Sunday at II ii.m. in the school house under the" able leuderahip of .Mr. Van I'^aton, the minister from aiuch Interest is being shown by the large' congregations who enjoy the excellent sermons. .Mr.s. James is conducting a summer .school class for the smaller children. .A dance was given in Mr. Weig-and's barn on I'rlday evening, June llth, by the U.F.A., to raise money to discharge the indebtedness on tho piano. A large crowd was present and enjoyed the event and excellent music hy the Dunning orchestra. launch was served at one o'clock. The proceeds were ?121..^0, Laura B, Purdy, ( Sec.-Treas.  � � A CORRECTION. June !.>, lOlS. The lOditor of The Herald; Dear Sir,-In a recent edition of your paper you stale that the .Vlajor Jack Ross Chapter, .i.O.D.ii:., protested against the garbage dump. Tbe following day your paper contradicted this, stating that the chapter simply asked permtaslon for son!2 one to pick rags, bones, etc., from tho garbage. i The Major Jack Ross Chapter, LO. 1 D.E. know nothing of either report. They have stated i\o objection to the garbage dump, neither have they aak-, ed permission to pick over tho gar- j bage and have given no one permla-sion to use their name in this connection. Thanking you to liiake this correct Hon, 1 am Yours very truly, BLK.VNOR DE LONG, Hon. Sec'y. Major Jack Hoss Chap. l.CD.K.- PASS EXAMS. Newell S. Brown, of Cardston, Netta Clark, of Carmangayi -and ISvclyn Filnier, of Lethbrldge have completed tlie course of instruction by correspondence under the Insti-tuto of Technology and Art at Calgary and purpose trying Grade XII exanii-nations , this uionlb. Tho fpUowlng have completed the correspondence courses of Ute institute aud have tried the examinations set hy tlie mining branch of tho Provlilclal Gov-ern.inont-1 and the results will be announced lu a few. days: Hugh fl. Brown, Commerro; John C. Cox, West Oolenmn; Thos. E, Smith, Carmaii-gay; Thos. Piirry, Coleman; j\. Vlam-ilton, Blalrmore; Anthony Marsh, Taber; K, Roberts, Bellevue; 11, Mercer, Coleman; 1). Jbneij, Tabor; B, Marsh, Taber; I. Thpmaon, Cole-man; fJaniel Rees, Frauk; Thomas Hadhani, Goloman; Geo, Roberts, Taller; B. Kxcoffou, Ilollovue'; Geo. Hargreaves, Lethbrldge; L. Ryans, Frank; Thos.^ Worthlngton, � liOth-bridge; II. James. Blalrmore; Hugh Evans, HardlevlUe; R. .M. Morgan, Coleman; J. Iroumouger, , Hillcresl; W.-Adlnm, Hillcrest: R.,M., Greon-[.laugh, Colonian; ll.'Gdle! Coleman; D. rtandall, Coleman; J. L. .MoKln-hon, Coleman; D, Convery,i Goleiiian; W. Harriett, Elcan; P. jl Jennings, Pendant d'Orellle: K. Daytoit, fti�y-mond; J. RollJugton, Lethbrldge;'- W. A, Doram, Rlcan; J. K. Jonesj, Tijbor; B. Oliver, Taber; Goo. Nettleto'ni |ill-iCan; H. Brooks, Rlcnn; W. Marlsial?, (Klcan; J. Glondennlng, Ooloman; -D. ' Fergusonj Klcnn; A. '/uakar. 'Leth. bridge; V: B. Aitkon. Lothbrl(^g6^ T, c;, AVllUams, Elcan; S. Kalojlco, dole-man.' � Ottawa. June 19.- Di i Dominion W. t;. T. U, KING RECEIVES BORDEN % Loudon; Juno .IS.-ijtBy Reu-i i .tr#...OMa)V)^!; ;AfiiB.HCJI).-r-..'TUhf; need not spen for iv camisole, to .i;4.riO for a combination. In oil her white or pink--" beautifully liaml embroldereil --they are (he acme of dalrit-iiiess. siVviceabillty and real economy. French Nainsook LINGERIE Another new arrival is our exciuisile i'>ench .N'ainaook Lingerie of suporffne ((unlUy. This is most chanulngly band embroidered in floral, butterfly and punchwork designs. The night drossos arn the" slipover style, with short sleeves, aiul the Copibluallons the "Envelope" make. The above are only a few of the uiany makes We carrj'. COME AND SEE OUR ENTIRE SELECTION Specials For THURSDAY 50 Only, White Cotton Sheets Linen finished, hemmed ready for use. Size OOxSU), Tho regular price is $2.�10. SPECIAL (Limited 3'to- a customer.) BOYS' WASH A lovely range of tlieae in prints, ginghams, galateas, drills, etc. Either all white Or assorted colored stripe. 7\lade in a neat belted inod'?!.' -Prices from $2.00 up. �J m RUMANIA SIGNED PEACE Amsterdam, June 19.-Rouman-ia concluded peace because to resist further would nave exhausted the country to the point of destruction, said King Ferdinand In his speech from the throne at the reopening of the Roumanian parliament at Jassy Monday. The peace treaty was then submitted to the legislature for apprc^val. Queen Marie, who/had opposed the peac� treaty, did not appear at the opening of parliament and the diplomatic corps was not invited to attend. feet Is being sent lo the chiefs of tha clly police in .Vlberta by the attorney-general's department, aud. while It Is not a new'ruling, It is Intended to establish its working principle for all such cases as may occur in th;j province. SAYS HE IS PRO-GERMAN. Amsterdam, .lunc 19.~|Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-The Dutch branch of the, l^eaguo of,.\eutral Nations has docUled to lelograph ,Hiiveloc,k Wilson, proaldeut of the British Soamun's fJnlqu^..yarnlnB against the Dutch So-ciaiist jouilor, Troolstrii, who intends to"priitod 'Slatos '.i. '^iMQRE*ApBR^*)EEbeb='V lioijiJop, .|Juhps;.,lii:'r4jy{4Nuda dtjpartmont. who Is .Max Aitkin, writer of ftyiiiwitp.ess accoiinlB, for tho Caup,- dian array early in Iho war, is trying to obtain an increased supply of paper toi^ daily and weekly publications Issued in England. He believes that the restrictions'on paper are too drastic. The newspapers, ho argues, play such an important part in the conduct of the war that they should! ho Iroatod uioro liberally by tho government. BUTTE IS IN NEED OF MONEY Butte, Moul., June 1�.-.\nnouncc-ment was made today by Butte bankers that a committee ropresentlng the financial institutions will meet a special committee of the city council next Tuesday afternoon to devise means of financing'tho city so that city warrants will be .salable* next fall when taxeti are payable.,. In a comniunicotipn .to the eouncll. Mayor Maloney threatened to discharge all members of the police, and'fire dpeartments foi-; the remainder of the year unless warrau'ts are accepted by the banks who claim tho city has exceeded lla legqilTimIt of indebtedness. In this conttngflnoy, sa^d Mayor Malonoy, tho city would save 5,"* *>, *FROM FACTORY TO HOME" ' ' CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN. Mason & Risch Piano- a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for year? to come. The value, durability and tonal perfection of the Mason -. &' Risch Piano have been so coijclusively proven that they are accapled facts. 'The Mason & Risch Piano is without a peer. " . It is sold to you direct-you buy from the manutaolurer, through a ''Factory to Homo" plan that carries you around the middleman-you save his expense and protiti Auy family having use for a good Used piano will take �: inuucdiute .ndvanlaije of this reduced price-a .N'ewcombe' Piano, so good and �o',low prlv, ^247 MASON & RISCH LlIWlTED , BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRipcIC J L iim,.-iia If � 4 5550 ;