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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta KUIDAY, MAY THE DAILY PAGE NINE II Member Govl. Should Take Ac-lien lo Stop ol Wheat and Klour Ollawa, llio commons tills allcrnoou'.Mr. iJipolnlc, a Liberal [rom Mculreal lulroduceil a bill to amend tlio llnok act. II llial Lanlis will lie compcyed lo Iiay not less lliau 1 iJcr cent. n Hclgtan Eoll. So it came about .hat the pair Imvc spent all but a vccka of ihelr two and a hair years of married life a? prisoners of the Ger- mans. the conquerors marched tilo Brussels lii I lie Jattcr part of August. 1914, llicy arrested all llie in- inbilanls wbo were cJlizeus ol enemy countries. Mr. G'alian was Imprison- cil wiili the rest unit for Iwo or Llireu lays he sliarcil a cell ultli an English Catholic priest. Tljen he was released nn parole, nnd tilnea then lie iiae Lccn allowed lo move about the oily with perfect freedom, on condition that he gives .an act-ounl of himself oiice a woefc at NIP police headquarters of his hi normal limes there are In Dnis- ils ihrec- Anglican churches, an Kng lisli Catholic church, and a Scotch cliurch. Brussels was a iricat-mil rlty to llvo In, with excellent museums, yood llieatros anfl opera, and a vam- [orlable. population who wel- comed forelgneis. The cost of living, moreover, was much less than in any large cily of England, c fact of wliErh thousands of EcgJi-shmcn of modest means were glad lo lake advantage. It happened Lhat llic ministers ot the other two Anglican churches were out of Ihe country when Ihe Germans took charge of Belgium, and it Is needless to say that llicy have noi-'yel rctuni- cd. Chaplttlii Rahpri has all (he Knglish speaking people atlcud church, nnd even al that he will have a congregation of not more than dozeu or Iw6 tn-lhe morning and half a dozen in Ins evening. His only word Irom tho oulfldeL eicerrl ivnaL a few of us Americans have brought him, has been one letter from his mother. The imretiuent .arrivals from llio iltlsle are naturally greeted bj the Galians not only with Clirisian kindness but with real Interest ant delight. I v.as al first puzzled and then pleased to find in this Brlllsh cilizGu'an altitude toward the wsr mid toward his German captors which was aba nl life and death aud eternity than I ever did fihc eald. Is all elc.ir now. I think 1 am and prejudice. am blam- ing no one, hut I sec my own path perfectly well, and am glad look the lath dl-I. aliLoLjgh ft haa not ahvars been as clear all Uie way as It Is IIOVT. hon little ai.d ]n ulflcanl they scctn to me now. selfish things we men ami women our liies etruggliug for. What happens lo you as a result of trying to he useful can't, he anything but good, dear friend ami so I know that what will come to ir.c tomorrow morning can he notKns but In -some Mils imfllMduni 1 words as those dlil L'tiristian licrolnc set fonh her uhllosophv of life, her vision of the Truth, lo the last fellow countryman ever lo; and after an hour or two ol cjuiel con- versation SUP rose and gave Inm her hand again, saying: "Good nighl. sir! mast fict a 111- tlo sleep new. Cod bless you, don't forget r There was another pause. The young, chaplain sal and gazed in- to his IHlle Belgian stove. Then lie went, on: am sure she slept, as stio saftl slie expect c-l to." Then lie sat up In nis chair. "Uo you know sir. that thai woman had seen and icard something lhal has naver reach- ed you and me? Something defin- ite, something concrete, I mean, abauL the meaning and purpose of it all? Xo man could have srcnl an hour with Miss Edith Cavcll, as i did, no matter what lie may have been before, ant] come out from lhat prison any- thing hut a itrrn hell ever. It was hard it was but it was wonderful, -sir, wonderful 1" And as I paEsecl the St. Gilles pris- on llie ncxl morning, it seemed to have lost of Us Brc'.vgoiue- uess and to have lakcu on something of the beauty of that, grcal soul which wenl heavenward (rom its doors. New York Churchman'. A Frenchman Is Ihe inventor o[ a celluloid memorandum lag to be snap- ped over the face of a watch, where 11 sure ln TJC seen. ported- hV'llio public. larger nnd saner- than lhal of most paillEans 1 have met. His experiences wilh the Germans lind not led him to1 brand ihem IndEGcrlmlnalcly as ras- cals, Riid ho seemed lo he looking for- ward Ic an outcome which would Ijrmfj, not nierely or even entirely- llie asErarnHzcmGiit of England, buL tbc ailvanccmenl of- the cause of Christ. Vigorous patriot as he was, he was no blind jingo. And this was one reason i why I found an occasional evening with him mul-his cordial young wife very pleasant. j During oifc Of tV first of even- ings, as we sat and nursed our tiny] coal ts a luxury im Umbels now. ant? poor" Anglican chaplrtlrrs cannot luduleo In it. even when they have there floated vaguely in- lo my mhul a statenienl which Ihe American press had puhllshed nhoul Union Jack itidStarB-RiuI Stripes vlH an English clergyman who had visited hp. dtalrlluted as tnga. The work ,of ;Mlss Cavcll llio night before her cxe- ilie' LO.b.B; Is almost as vitally 'Im-J cutloii.. 1 hail forgolten the clergy- ..._ -r 11. _ Ti-.i I i'oftartF In the war as lliat of ULC Ilcd Crbsg.'i Tbe-SIr- -Alexander Gait-chap-' has done a great amount of valu- able work here, in providing cocks for iho which knlllcil hy Ihe school cfillrtrcn anil olhcrfi. Tho chap- ter has collected n considerable mm for the" sailor's relief. Their work for Ihe milllary hospitals In England Is also of Importance antl haa accom- plished much good. In addition to Ihts tho prisoners of war havo been splcii- 'tlfrily looltcd after nnd grcal ties of articles sent Ihcm, TIio voter- ana who hovo rciurnctl home have al- rccejyecl much nttcnliou nnd as 'siBlancc 'la hclng i Uio club here. A moving picture machine lins nlso provided for Die relumed ell era' hospital al' Frank. Tlio ivork of Ilic" chapter Is almost entirely alone llils line, nnd (he fair taggers tomor- row fllioulrl bo the rcciplcnla ol many (junrlerfi In nld o[ llila cause. A BUSINESS MAN'S PRAYER 1 each nio CO ni'nu'cs innkc hour, If! ounces 0110 pound, nnd 100 ccnla one dollar- Help mo to live so llial I can lie .down at night n clcnr.cunscTcncc, SvlthouL n gun under my pillow, nnd imhaunled by the faces of those lo ,-wlKmi I havo brofiRitl fain. Oraul lhat I may earn niy meal llckct on the And lhat In enrflltiB II 1 nifty not sllctc the rliftre IV docs not bnlong. Deafen rno lo the Jingle of tainted money and tho rustle of unholy skirls. me. Co tho faults ot Iho oilier fclfoTF, bat rovcal ib.me mv own. (Julilo rno EO that each night when 1 look ftcroA3 the dinner tahlo at my wife, wlio'hBs noen a blessing lo me. will hiivo nothing lo conceal. Keep tnc young enough lo laugh with my clilldron. And when cnm0 llio smell of flow- ers, nnd I lie Ircad of anil the crincrjlng of wheel a out lei front make (he ceremony short anil llio pptlipli EiCmplo: "HcrA lies n man." UNPOPULAR. "llo ecems lo-bc'very'iiupop'ul.ir." "Slrangcr, you'vo hit H. Hn's abqul HB, weM llkocl flround here jtiic'HhJl in palrlolld ,iamCr l It occurred lo me to a'alc my host-about It. "Ills rianic Vas Ualinnr" said llie -young man quietly. Ills wife looked up' at me qulcMy Tom her wprfc.on the other side of ;hc open stove, thcTi dropped her eyes again. There was a pinae. io'pall -himself together with hr, effort. I guessed why, but I icpc it did no real injury lo tell tlic story ngaln. :L'Qf course 1 will tell it, ,f you wish {p hoar he sold. Antl Tor an hour.or-lwb wllri Iho guns of he oaltlc-llne seventy-five miles off to Ihe wcat niralillng falnlly In the paus- es, he and his'Wife, In turn, lold me thia detail and that-ot-llic sickening story. Dul It WR9 not. all sickening. There Is a plias'o'of 11 which the newspripcrs touched lightly, but which It Is Inspir- ing anil encouraging to hear, without any reference lo Iho accident of Miss Ca veil's .-nationality or hur partisan Eymiialhlos, She had nol Icon R member o( Mr. (JaharTft Uiurch, bill of ono of (he othoi'9, Jt'ram August, 191-1, she hud. of course, attended Christ church vrhcn she altonrtcd church Al all, bul her "work-In her h'ospllHl her so busy lhat (he chaplain hnd. met her only a few limes, Ono afternoon the Ccrmnn niljltnry chaplain scnl word lo him tlial'ho'wfls wATtled lo go Hint evening In Inlk with nn English ivoman who Was He h.vl liccn deeply Interested In (he Imprls ctnmcnl antj (rial of Jllas Cavell, hill he had no suspicion Ifiat ahe waa the "rlytng" vomnA Jn question. He was delayed In feUfllng, nnd when ho .vna finally ready, ho _wan Informed thai Mi dr.htiradon WAS flic St, Gdlea prison. Mfaa Cnvcll had walfeil Tor him for (iomc llmo, Imt had fijially. concluded lhat he wns pfcvijnlftri'froni rorrilng and liftil Whctl she learned that-he hail romc aflcf all, eho tlfrsa cd again Rirri CKmg out (o mccl him He wna BO .unnerved by what hail been lolil'hlm pn llro she tlml lie could flcarcoly Btnncl and lhal Tilft speech was only a slimmer; bul Ihe, qiijctj ifoinan who wit film as cairn OUR ICE CREAM PARLOR OPENS ON SATURDAY We will the by idling Ice Cream Sodas forSc Invite you to c.ill and ite how good we can make them. -t- With every pound of Peanut Butter at 30c we will on day sell STUART'S EXTRACTS any flavor at 5c We arc Inslrucletl by Ihe Van- ufectitrcrs lo {lo this to Induce any who may not know (hcso superior cxlracla lo Iry Ilinm. They linvo nlso told us to sell any of their TALCUM POWD: EH3 with a prmncl of rcnntil HuLlor at lOc ilellcloiia confection sells nt 30o on Salurdny. You inpy have Iho second pound nt 5c Keith's Mf0. of i Home Mftrfe Candy and Third Avenue P< Birrnc BIG CUT-PRICE Begins Tomorrow and Continues all Mi Week i i i IMMCI'S Mil-. TO CAl'Si: A (inCJi .MOVOJK.NT. The Reason for the Cut Prices Vi's, it's cnrly in (hr SOUSIHI Tor suclt nction, but (lie nnl'avnriiljlr April, ;iinl (lie result is stocks (if Women's Suits arc very much heavier Hum the.y should ho. The only course njieii (o us IKMV is a sale, tli'.U will cause a regular stampede for the newest, best and cheajjest women's clothing ever ollereil in this city so early in the spring season. The sale will last for (en 'days only. Karly buyers get best choke, so would advise quick action. Women's High-Grade Serge Suits Regular Reduced to Our very besi Suits, made up in the rcry latest an'l best styled from irxlia qiinlily coaling Klcli bilk linings, in belled or plainer siylcs. Sizes Ifi years up to site -TJ. Sale price only 27.00 Women's Fine Serge Suits RtBular ?2S.OO, to All n'.'V. fresh anil slylisli Serge Suits. Also a few Poplins In Hits lol. Ileltcd or plain cut styles, pleated or plain skiru. All H-ell silk lined. Sizes 16 lo JO. A real bar'saln at 24.00 Smart Serge and Poplin Suits Regular Reduced to Plcatcrt and belled slylos, nlsa plainer styles, matlc from good qnalily fast flye serges, poplins anil checkeJ worsteds. All silk lined and i-.nrefully made. Tn colors navy, black, grey, jictunia. Sizts 1C lo 40, Hale.iirlcc onlj- 23.50 Women's Novelty Suits, Regular Reduced to Silk Poplins, ia'ncy Ilertfords, Wool Vclourn and Silk Jfolre. Fancy Helled Styles, liKiullfnlly made and licit of linings. TKey conic in colors of champagne, royal, grey, pumpkin, rose. GreeD. 5ind nftvy. Very Choice Range of SILK SUITS All a Price for This Sale A Serviceiiblte Sni( for Money Ten only. Tsveeil And Rerge Suits, lefl over from last season. Gootl quality nintcrliila. well nude, un In plain siylcs. SulU lhat AA sold at 520.00 to Sale price, suit <51U.UU Scrs'i1.1'oiiliu and I'aiicy Suits IlCEUlar values J25.00. reduced lo All sizes from 1G lo Copenhagen, nnvy, tan, titack; nlso black and wallc AA checks. Sale nrlcf ilch Sim.Siiiifi. Uepihu- iji40, Reduced to Pure Jersey Silks, made up In swell snort Blylea with In colorj of royal, ein'cr.ild and gold. Very sraarl costumes nivl very aC (his sale price....................... All Soils Kcdiiccd lu JJ518.50 llrllcd slylcs-lii navy, Mack. Oopcnhaecii. Green nml CA brown. Sizes 1C lo 10. A Hup suit (or llic price Women's Sli'U'lly Tailored Scrsc Snils Jlannlsb sltlrls. Tiiicly tallorcil' IhrtraghmiL Hair Clolli, Lust inlcrHnlnE. padded shoulders. Skinner Salln lined. Mailc (rolh fast rtyo cOuCr.s iiKtcs. ouarantccii In keen [heir tJQ AA fliaiica timl sulls. to ytiOtVy Take'our word for (liis is a ffciHiiiic clearing sale or.Avoiiion's'.siiils yim cinuiof afford to miss, if you require, anything'of', (his line. The pjoods are. new and iip-to-dalc in every ay. The (roUi is wcnmsl nnloiiil, and (odd i( quickly wp liavc (jimled (lie a'liove' (JUKATLV KKDUCED M PHKJKS. I kJllVll kJ CO. LWillTED i Block. ;