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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .WKDNESDXY, MAY THE LETfllfrllDOK DAILY HKIUI.D PAGB ELF.VEH MILADI PHONE 1224- IOHO.S, Hull Calne's Vision of the Fu- ture Glimpsed at "American Day" Sen-ices (By Hall Calno. In tho New TorX Tlio Unltrd SIMM ol Ortyit Hrllaln add America, ocparaleil In government, aw tliey neetli must and RdouIJ bo. Nut milted In aim. In liope. ml eh 1. anil In waa Ihe (tioiiglit wllh which wa rarae out oC St. Paul's Ca.liwlral Friday after Ore (Jcdlratory service In commcmar- Rtloii or the entrance of America into Amnrlcan In, London wns n prfrtt and momorftblo event. II was mint her ftnttnel on the Milton ol eubiher bcaron lira In the hls- lory of Humanity. Tho two nations of Orfal TlrJlnJn mid America can r.OTer IjcfdlvMwJ again. has Lecn a nnlltvial carmlnce between Vi'lUrli naly nn? TBD dissolve, anfl Uio name of that ]urtRe la Dentil. N'p.ti'.ro herself Bemnfil to celebrate tlir miotlrilf. Tlio morning brokc fine, the breath ol Summer nnd ihe of Sprlntr. After Ilio prolonged tnoTFtornn ot the last v.-cokR, it Eeem- ctl m If TVO were liBTlnR Iho sun- fililTia of (he year Such ot un M hud to r.otidcm from the country ssen youim Ip.inhs ntMiKuft tho ami hf.ird inalliif? birds unrtpr Uio sky. WInier seem- Tho Dig Slstera cldis of Kuoq Miss Jioblasfii has arrived in the church Mill iuoot (ofilgltl willi rily from Uio eoasl and Is slaving AlaBUortn. 12-1? Gill Ave. A. llio home of her brother. Mr. G. A piano recital will bo given ilre. U'. II. Joiiitsop and her by on Monday nlghl at S.15 la Knov school rtiQin. Tho mutual of; Ilia 4Vurs- Ing Mission will'bo belli on Monday Bflcrtiooii ;it -1 o'L'luLik iu tfic V. .M. C'. j A, The members ti[ LojrJ will Victoria No. 11G. U O. n. A. will meet tomorrow night at S o'clock In (ie Moose Hall. conferred The degree incel at Tlio annual will be open to all Intcr-Jolcd iu iLe wrorfc. twcnty.four -tor mechanics drrartniciiL of "the 1'roun- cial Institute of Technology, Calgary, was .Miss Hcssie tolxon, formerly of Oils city, is on thc'elaff of earlv lind nt n slroltc. The .-IrrMurrcctini.........-----u y flEaln. Nevor hml (he iimrvu MJ orlErhl And hcsTlsorne. i crlin air stcmcd (o under Ihe Ihu.l rumlile of (he BiornlliB alter Mount HoyaJ Calgary. Dlxon may offer licr services a driver or a llnl Cross arabulaitcc A very delightful paily was held 3'C3lcrtIay at the home of .Mrs. Mur- doch Mc.N'ubli. Bl north la Lonor of her rid pal daughter. leaboUo. The guesls present ivurc Mrs. Mc- -Vabb family, Mrs. AJarKarJane and daut'luorfi Pearl and KlkaLcth, Mrs. Gardiner and Kliza- betb, Mrs. James- Wilson and dancb- tcr Hobena, Mrs, T. Ctartc'anJ daugh- ter MnqglCp Miss Jjllian Ford and Messrs. Juints Mlllluir and Maurice Welch. After Lbe suiijicr, which was eicellcnl, Iho evening wan spent in Those Uklnfi'pnrl In Ihc Ing day for Ihc Sir Alexander Gall chapter, u an rumt o e i. The Union Jack and the Slnr.i nnrt Inlortirlncd on Americans !n Cordons nf police i crowds O. K, can get Iholr boxes and lay., afternoon between nnd 0 mid on Gnturday al Ihe rooms in the Alberta hloeb. The com- mittee in charge request dial those In ting cornurs bo in their, placrs nnt lulor than a.m. nnd (lint those re- th? TDyaf prbcesfton. The broad circle of- St. Paul's was framed wllh faces. has otir old gray fhVilril.' roinnassf-d round irlth Its lTdfis nf Irafllc. seen such a. ronErcpa- tlnn, II was a solid TDSIBS ol people Malorllv nn those re- be puoctual as the corners hack! nol bc a tasger, 'also (Jia( (hoso taking Etrcets tlo tliolr collecting during the forenoon The anil turn In their tores promptly- of man. find tor the sufferings lhat have knocked at thn door of every hear! in Christendom? These will be Lot ug teke lieatt thrm. They brine peace ncarcr. An Earnest of Lasting Peace II TTSS not for nolhhi? 'hiit the flags of Oreal IJrilain and .America hung sldo by side under Ihe on Friday morning. Al one moment the Eim shot (lirougb the, of the dome and lit them up with heaven- ly radiance. Was, il only the ciolla- Llon of Ihc moment thai made us think Invisible powers Tvere giving us a sign that In the union oC Ihc nations which those emblems sloofl for lay the surest hope or the day when men will beat their swords Into plough- sbarca nnd know ivsr no more? The United Slates o[ Great Drilain, nnd Amertca! God granl Ihe union celc brated in our old sanctuary may never bo dissolved until that great day HOOVER BOUND HOMEWARD New York, Apr. C Hoover, recently chosen as chairman slid nucDD wore there, with the bulor- her only questions, cd Queen t'-'J AmeTlrsri lioj-.g from tl lunbRRsador, thn rahUslcra and ambas- FftrtorB or !ho alllrtl nations, our load- ing statesmen, fold [ITS. sailors, and fair of the hcauty and Intellect of the nation; but nbovo all Ihern wcra present AS the majority of irorshlppors the vast niulKlude of Am- erican pepnle who arc our friends nnrt guests and have marte their homes amonp us. They had gathered wllhln the walls of Iho old sanctuary, wlicm EO many ot our brflvest and. best Me In the "dcpp rorioso ol death, to aiib- to (he lilelrresolrft anfl join In Knrrpd pledge o[ a hundred mil- lions ot their fellow-counlrjmen across the sco' I7nw tho mJrhty fads cf llfo slrlkc OUT kncog hnlorc the nltar of IJiin whoso Kinmloni la eternal rlchtcpufiQcas! In, hours ol and opr nlnloFnphlcs. seem to cliinmiUV thfl'.Almlghly; and lo maho jiTftvci1 9 pfosuniptloa; but when great trials come, Iho grrat perils, the great advf.nlurcs, TTO want a (Jort, Trho knowe; a .God who carca; n Corl Judges hclTs-een right nnd wrong and IE ready lo llslcii lo our cry. Hence at birth nnd at mnrringc, and above all at death, -we come humbly (o Ills fool- tlays_ R announced today by the Blool. remembering only Ihe fraglllly American commtsslon (or relief ia Uel- of our poor human ino ana Ihc Immu- tablllly of Him to whom n thousand years arc as yesterday when It is rant, and AS a In the night. If tho Amerlrnn ueoplc bad chosen to walk In. prociPERlon through Ihc fllreels of T-onilon to the rnlllnt; drums and the cheering ot crowds, It wo ill it have been a bravo Right, but hnrmy n (Illlnrr ono. Not In pride ntnl vanity has Ihc American nation enlcrcrl Inki war. but In solemnity nnd or soul; knowing how much ro niirsclvci have sutfcred hy II, lio'v nurcly they must eutfcr. how crueliy our hnnrla ore lorn, and liov cruelly hearts muF1. he lorn also, yet facing certain loss ft ml iiiov'tablo clenlb for '.he anlto of truth and free- dom. Amcrlcnn Materialism a Myth Two at Jcasl, rnuat Ire Ic.irn- nd from (he service of Friday ]n St. J'sur-J Otliadral. The llrsl la ilint Iho Idea of Ihc American nation one thai ivejghs onii mcnsurcs niij conduct hy iiifilerlfll values In dollars! and muel Jieiifcforlh bo banish- ed Torcver. Tliricc already In Us Khorl hlslory has It put lhal lioary old alair- dor 'o slmrnc. and now onro has H Riven the Ho lo il, Tho hlRtory of nations has perhaps no to Iho high humanity, Ihc splendid flce, Uio complclo that brought America Into thla war, with nothing fo sain, and everything to loee. II lifts broken forever with the Irlplo monarchies of murder. To Hvc nt peace Trlth crime lo ho tho accomplice of the criminal. There- foro, In the name of Juatlcc, of mercy, of region, of hiim.tn dignity, of all that niahog man's llfo worth living ami distinguishes U from Ihc life of the nrntc, America, for .all she la or evor can Jian Orawn Ihc sword anil thrown nvray tho scnhliHtd, Clod holp- InB her, aho coiilil do no olhor. The second of the lessons we hnvo lo Icani from Iho serrtccs ol J'rlilny fa thai, having mado war lu.dcivtmu o" tlio rlfihl, America will make ncare Uio moraenl tltn haa been rlghled. No nallonnl bargains will weigh with her, no qnnslfons of lerrttory, no nrob' Icmfl of Iho balrxnco of power, no" ral- ciibUons of profit and lass, no undent IreaUta, no mnlorlal covpnanla, no pledges (lint nrc tho legacy fit paat Kuropc'dn condtcta. linn Ju.illce licon dono? U tho s.ifety of an nured? llaa reparation been made, ns fl.i rcpar.illon Is po.tftlblc, for Ihe "nt have disgraced Lho name The ladles' Aid of Knot church at. ihtlr njeet- tiK tomorrow afternoon fn Iho school- oorn. Thnio havEng scap .re asked lo bring them to the ineet- Mrs. Frank ColpmRn and -MIBS Helen Colpman returned ou Tuesday rrorii Victoria, II. C., where ihcy ipent tbe winter. Mr. Colpman and Miss Kathleen Col i) man rolurncd lirco weeks ago and have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. A, Sharman. were In play nt. the i by Court Unliy, A. whist drive J, F. In Uurginun'K Hall last evening. The following were ilic prizewinners: l.adlcs, 1st, Miss Sullivan; 2nd. Mrs. consolation. Miss limning. jt-Diletnen, 1st, T. Arnold; 'Jnd, G. lllnnlng; cousolallon, F. Holmes. C The collection or waste paper, bot- lles and ragn hy the Sii .Alexander Gall chapier, [.O.p.y. yesterday was t'rcal fjucc'CEs, a %ery large (juanllty f imper and bottles was collected and a nico assortment of racs- Owing to the dliappointment. p[ iwo autos nod the largor quantity than eipcct- td Lo be collected Lhe four autos lelning were taxed to the utmost In covering the city. Tho commit tee are deeply grateful lo_Mr. Owens oncl tho Ford Auto Co. for lending and op- cratme their trucks, lo the Baaltni garage for loanlofi two trucks and to U. Sherlock nnd Jack for flrlv- LUI; same and to the Jllgli School boys lor their splendid work, without whose assistance the worX would not Lave been iiosslblc. The comniittcc ore very sorry If any bundles "ire re overlooked. If so, the householders ore kindly asked (o pJiooe Mrs. Sher- lock, 107 and a special .collection vlll be taken on Friday ftfteriioon, All names rrusl be In before Friday noon. When You Eat Bread you are entitled to every- thing in' the whole wheat grain. Dr. Wiley aays: "Wheat is a complete food containing all the elements necessary for human nutri- But be sure you get the whole wheat in a digesti- ble form. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is whole wheat made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and the best process ever devised for preparing the whole wheat grain for the human stomach. Two or three of these crisp of tho American food board, is on his i__, f T j way from England an American llttle MVes of baied whole wheat with milk and berries, make a delicious nourishing meai. Made in Canada. Your discriminating choice of quality yoiJr taste for delicacies, a your Qttentivcness to her fancies, make >ou a wel- come visitor. Bra