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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAIUiil Xh TIIK >"Y\m\ili')(\K DAILY \\Kl\\)A> PAGE NINE LECTURE AT THE FORUM "Occupation of Egypt," vnw tho huU-Jwl diHctiKHed Sunday afternoon by Mr. ,). 1>. Htginbothtim before Hm Forum. Mr. Hlglnbothnm haa loured the land of the pyramids and wan able* to give a highly InterenUnj; and fiiHtruc-tlvc address. Ho fold of the hublta of the people oV I In; abject wluvory of tho people before Hrltlnh intervention, ami of the innate corruption of the people. In 187I� the government of Kgypt, which hqa been under control of tho Turks became Insolvent, owing .CtOO,-ftno.ooo; Rebellion followed and the Turkmb power was overthrown, und in JSS2 tho-.IJriUsh.took hold. From that tlmu 'wonderful progresn was made. Mr. Hi'jinbothain went on to Klve an account of some' of the outstanding lionofltH of British rule, including the reduction of tlici debt, the reduction of the taxation burden, the abolition uf alKver.y. the abolition of the monop- i>ly on,,, salt,.* all* Kuropoans placed on an equality regarding taxation, great cxtouBloa. of the irrigation system, and consequent .Increase in production, the introduction of u system of excellent schools, ftiyluma and other similar in-Btltuttonfl. the establishment of honest courts. Tho fellaheen who previously had been tho most ahjec,t slaves are beginning to rlseand Egypt is rapidly becoming olvillKod. There u-ae very little discueeton on the Hiibject, it boing more of an education locluro than a discussion of a controversial subject. Mayor H&rdio, chairman, anld that while Egypt wai WEEPING A Perfect Treatment For This Distressing Complaint MILADI "I had an attack of Weeping Kczema; s*o bad that my clothes would be wet through at times. For four months, I suffered terribly. I could get no relief until I tried (Fnut-a*tivcs and 'Sootha Salva' The first treatment gave me relief.' Altogether, I have used thijee boxes of 'Sootha Salva' and two of 'Fruit-a-tWes^und am entirely well" G. W. HALL. Both these sterling remedies are If Id by dealers at 00c. A box, 6 for $2.50, or sent on receipt, of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, "Fruit-a-UvcB" is also put up in a trial aue which sells for 25c, I PERSONAL ? - - r W. R Troxell. who bus been Canadian �resB telegraph operator at the Herald for the puwt *dx months, leaves for Los Angelea tomorrow. Ho in succeeded by W. ,1. ()'h;, this year are: Grade seven, Sir Itobcri Hor-clen, his life and statesmanship; gradi? eight, The Development ;u,d (Irowth ol the British Km pi re: ur?. rjiuir praciic. L. D. S.-The Heliel' rforiety nicel.;; in tli" L. D. S; chureli on 'i'uc-iday a'  L'.:iO. Miil>j"f't "Home K^onornics." j Christian Science-Regular weekly [ icut iniony meeting on W^'dnesday at S p.m. i Wesley Ladies' Aid zaar ! Will, KTilfll! 4t * .9 ARABS SUCCESSFUL �:* 7* �London. Mar. '_:.V Infnrmn'oii Iihs been received oi' a ^.�� ce-s-ful action hy Amb fi-(�ipw v\nu-manded .by the king of the l!od-Jaz, near .Tedahah. on ihf He-diaz niilwu'y, Tx miles north- Wi-::t of M�din:i. (Jn March 1 I'nder cover oi" a saridsror;n a company of a camel cnriis waa surprised and dcstrowid. v t   Wednesday Afternoon, Mar. 27 IN WESLEY HALL *> *:* > *> > o '> * � The engagement has been announced by Mrs. A. B. Stafford of her slater, Miss Margaret Mclntyre, a nursing sister in France, to Lieut. Louis Btscardy, chevalier of the Legion of Honor, Par-Is. r'- * * * Major Cruickshauk. who is on leave from the front, is the guest of Mr.'and Mrs. E. A. Ewert. Tho Passion week semce* ni Wes ley church on Tuesday. WiMluosday and Thursday are withdraw;; oulm: to the continued illness or the pastor, ttev. C. E. Crajjg. 9 & "� Tile lecture j;iven by or A O. Mac-Rae of Western Canada Colh-^i;. on Friday evening before i he. members of the Muthesls club and their husbands- was'greatly enjoyed. Dr. Mac-Rao road his essay on "The Social and Literary Life in the i'oVjee Home Period." * * * The meeting of the \v>;i-f-Kiii will be held tonight at 7.:iu in ihe Moose Hall. Imporiant business in to be discussed. * * * The ladies society *n ihe Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers, are issuir)invitations to a dance to be held o.i April fdh. 1 * � * SOUR. ACID STOMACH In Flvt Minutes! No Dyspepsia, Heartburn or Any Stomach Misery. / i The country fair given by .Mr. Craw-fords boys class of Kmix church, assisted by the J. O. C 'his.-; on Saturday afternoon proved a Kt'eat success, the sum Of forty-six dollars being j made. One of the f'-auires ol the fair was an auction sale.   � The Art, Department nf the Mathesis club will meet at the home oi' Mrs. U. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? | K. Skelth, fi�4 PJth t?t. ^o^th, tomorrow ^ * 4> * ********** > * 4 * * * l this Wednesday afternoon and evening. 1 T i a ft Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferments into Rases and stubborn lumps; your head actios and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realize tho magic in Pape's j Diapepsin. It mukes ail stomach mis cry vanish in five minutes. If your stomach-is in a continuous revolt- if you can't get il regulated, please, for your sake, try Tape's Dla-pepsin. It's so needless to have a bad stomach--make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a lltth' Diapepsln. There will not bo any distress-eot without fear. It's because Pape's Dinpepsiti "really does" regulate weakj out-of-order stomachs that gives it its millions oT sales annually. Get a large fifty-cent cane of Pape's Diapepsln from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known. H acts almost like magic -it is a scientific, harmless and pleasant, stomach, preparation which truly belongs lu every home.-Advert. Sale Opens Promptly at 4.00 o'Clock Aprons, Children's Dress- Pantry Table of War es, Lingerie, etc. Cooking. Make a aster True Festival of i 3 J if It I S I J J J 1 Glad ness T'nless the rhi Wren's gymnastic classes at the Y.M C.A. which have heen conducted uii.ier the auspices of the Women's Civic club are better attended, they will be discontinued. In order that Mr (I^o. McKiliop may niafte arrangements to continue the i class all intending memherjs aro asked to attend thl� week or send their names In to Mrs. J. F. Simpson or Mrs. W. H. Holt.   * * ? *> * ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > *> ? . SOCIAL EVENTS * Mrs. G. K. C Martin entertained informally on Saturday evening for Mrs. Foster, Mrs. .MeXicol's mother. Affiliation With University of Toronto 12-14 Pembroke St., Toronto F Local Centres Examinations JUNE AND JULY Applications Received Till Send for Syllabus. Have these things at your finger tips and you can secure a good position. Spring Term Opens Tuesday Apr. 2 OUR DAY SCHOOL REMAINS OPEN ALL SUMMER INDICATIONS POINT TO A BIG DEMAND FOR OFFICE HELP THIS SUMMER. YOU SHOULD ARRANGE TO ENTER ON ABOVE DATE AND GET READY FOR A GOOD POSITION. 1 � t Garbutt Business College 411 EIGHTH ST. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE May 11. PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 � - X You'll Do Better At Tee file s Enjoy Easter Carols sung by the world's greatest artists-Enjoy Anthems by the greatest choirs of the land.. A Victrola P l j r in your home will give joy on , Eaater it will giva you music and mirth al! y�ar around. if 4 - V Mrs. Harry Graham and Mrs. R. C. McQlure entertaiued the members of. ihV-board and the staff of the Nurs-Jng.'Mission at. tea oh Friday afternoon at Mrs. McClure's homo. Victor Records for .�.it /The Palm* RclnaM Wtrrtnrath Rcinald W�rr�arnttt /MtiiUh-I Know That Mr R�4�mbm-55053 { ttnth Lucy Inb�ll� Mar*h I Oh, For th* Winftt of a Dorm Lucy Inb�lU M�r*h Trinity Choir 1'rinlty Choir 64411 700j7 Beautiful hie of Some where Svaa William* Inflammecua iroiu Stikbat M^ter ' Mareh anU Victor Choeue i&iti /Come,Thou Almiahty Ktntf ,MM \Jtnualem th�Gotd�u / Jmo� Chrtat la aiaan To-day Hayden Quarttt laws \ fc|Mt b# th# Tl# thftt pindi frioitr Choir |The H#Jy Clty ( Adam|) ^*7*\How Firm a Foundation 74279 Iloaaana-Easter Sonft (In Rnflllah^ Trinity Choir Henry Macdonoufih Harry Macdonoufih Ptrcy Hamuti Trinity Choir irs Are An Everyday Need Then why not have them as comfortable and durable as possible. Our chairs are the kind that hold out their arms in generous welcome to you, from the small, dainty chair to the large, comfortable rocker. Every grade and siz$ is shown here. 74417 S7198 Her bare Wl c herapooa One Sweetly Solamn Thought fCary- Anibroae) Herbert Wltherapoon Rock of A��a (Toplady) Alma Cluck-Loulaa llomar *. fTh* Co�ln* of thm Year {Organ Acc.� *MMli ... Church Bella itord Dltmlsa Ua with Thy Bleaalng Trinity Chimaa ft840l Hoaanna-Saatar Sob* (French arlco Caruao M425 83459 Atfnna Dal (Lamb of GodHfn Lalln) �arlco Caruao Lea Ramaaux (The Palma) (in French) I nrlco Caruao a9054 Crucifix (French) �nrlco Caruao and Marcel Journet liMt/Oh, Coma All Ye Faithful u"a\j*ycf th% warw � mm / r�ear�r My God Co Thea if>jaiO� tard. 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AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS iOH YOU TO SELECT FROM Lucy Marah Trinity Choir HOME OF THE VICtROLAV �VERY STYUE-EVERY PAICE; jtimitcb TWENTY BRANCH STORES almaral Block, Fifth Stroat South, UathiM'idflO. 75 I Knox Church--Wednesday evening at 7.3H, Junior and - Senior CS.13.T. hqya meet in ihe school room. Werlrtesdy evening at S, t.enohor.� training clans will meet in vestry. Friday evening at 8.30, the choir will render a cantata "The Seven Las I j Words,'.' in ihe church; offerings will i go to the choir fund. � Wesley Church-Monday evening, Protlieon cluss is giving au entertainment; Campf;re giriR will sell war j candy. Passion week will be observ- j ed by Wesley church by meetings on j Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday j evenings. "Crucifixion" by (St.n'.ner) tflven by choir on Friday evening. Wednesday aUeruoon, an Buster Bazaar oi' whitewear. etc. United Church.-Kvery night this week at 8 o'clock Passion Week services will bo held in the church. General topic. "Tho Events in the Last Six Dnvs in the Life of .Jesus." Tlmrs- j day at 2.30, tho W.M.S. will moot in '8. choir practice. Christian Church.--T^e ladies of 'o church an'd men who can' are to -room Reckers, Spacklly priced at $10.50 The limited number .which we were fortunate to procure at this remarkable price will be disposed of very -ijuickly. so come early to avoid disappointment. Solid oak frame, finish in rich' inn brown with wide arms and very comfortable bag or spring seat upholstered in unusually good quality goat skin. 4 h We have just 9 of these Rockers and 5 Chairs at this splendid value, $10.50 Overstuffed Rockers and Armchairs in Tapestry Made perfectly plain without tufting, easily cleaned. Full spring seat and back, well padded arms. It is a ..large roomy rocker with comfort written in every line. Upholstered in a good quality wool tapestry of pleasing colors of dark greens and blues and black. ^ Upholstered Library Chair A comfortable and attractive chair, madc of selected quarter sawed oak in rich fumed finish, upholstered auto spring seat, all wire tied in genuine cow hide, upholstered shaped back, extra well made. Only......... .........$25.00 Fumed Oak Buffet Iter ft is a practical buffet at a small price. A plain, neat design easily dusted. Made of solid oak in rich fumed finish. Length 44 inches. Two silver drawers, one lined, double door cupboard and large linen drawer. Absolutely guaranteed plate mirror on top. Only $28.50 Remarkably good value $29.00 f Solid Oak Dining Room Tables 4 only Round Top 6-fpot Extension Tables with heavy rim and 12 inch square pedestal base, easy running slides in fumed finish; Teeplc's Big Value.......... $4.15 I Specially Priced at.........$23.50 Arm Rocking Chair, 4.15 Inexpensive, but a useful, comfortable and Ren-siblo rocking chair, made of all maple in golden finish, fancy top panel anl neatly turned spindles + > WE AIM TO PLEASE Comgoleum Rugs See / Y our splendid showing of this' nationally advertised line of goods. TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries Just Arrived Another new ship- ment of go-carts park wagons. and 4 ;