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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUnSHAY, iVIAY '.), 1918 THE LrrilBRlDGE DAILY MEnALD PAGE NINE t J* tji J*  �J� A NEW VERSION : : : : : : : : > o ) .lolinu.v K(!t your lion, gut your lioc col your hoo, Mako your B'lrdcu Brow, make it crow, luukn It grow. I'liuit your soeilH from Bua (o stia, Iiol tlioin .work tor liberty, Hurry rit'lil uway, iloii't dolay, Htart loilay, Forward to tliu land with a riKht willing liaml. Positive-Convincing Proof It is all very well to make claim!?, but can they be proven? We publish the formula of Vinol to prove the statements we make about it. Tj Cod Llvor �nil Beef Peptones, Iron ond Maog�Bei(r FeptontiteB, Iron and Ammonium Citrate, Clmc and 3uda Olyccro-phosphate*, CaBcaria* Any doctor will tcU you that the Ingredients of Vinol as published above, combine the very elements needed to make strength. All weak, run-down, overworked nervous men and women may prove this at our expense. There is nothing like Vinol to restore strength and vitality to feeble cM people, delicate children and all persons who need more strength. Try it. If you are not entirely aat-isfied, we will return your money without question; that proves our fairness and your prctcction. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldgo Also at .the best druggists In all Alberta towns. So wo'il liolp defeat the Ifun, Now we've got lilnt on the run. -G. K, Graiiam. *   ft : :- o o : � > o .> : ^ > : * Mr;i. P. Eddy and iillin son, also Mrs. Klminy. ii'l'l. tiilK afternonii for Calvary, v.Iiere tlioy v,-lll vliiil for aiiout a wci'U; aflerwardM Mrs. Iviii-iicy will (oiitlmin lii;r Irlj) to Toronto and Ottawa. * * Mr. and Mrn. .1. Tenil have as their finest Mr. apillmaa of Wooicr, Ont.. couKin ot Jlr. Torrii. * The boys who have iieen visiting in Lc'.hbrldgo prior to their dnpartur(! overseas, ur(> returning to Hcgina to-nighl. 4 !� > *> * > > : �> > About sixty young people gallHUTd In Ihe liall of Iho (.'onservalory of Mush: last night at the (iaiu-c given by the girls of the city chaperoned hy Mr, and ,Mrs, W. .1, Armstrong and Mr, ami Mrs, ,1, \V, Uawden, In honor the lioys who ar(! leaving lonigiu, for Rc!giiia, 'I'he hull was niosi artis-tleiilly decorated in lioiior of tile oc-ca'ii(ui witi' flags of tl(e allies and the event prov(!tl to he one of Mie most delightful ot the lieason, evervone going w\iole.iieart(ully for the eveniiu''s enjoymont and liaving ii tliorougiily jolly time. Needs orchestra su|iplii'd the music. * �: : : : : : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? > .....th, in Burgmunn's Hall. The entire proceeds will go towards a fund for sending tobacco to enlisted members of Court X.'nity.  mm The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. D. IC. acknowledge with thanks an extra donation from Hardievillo of $1.25. bringing the net total of the tag day up to $,SfiO,0,i. U l.s not too late yet to send in any other donations. . i   � The members of the O. E. S. .will meet at the Red Cross rooms Friday afternoon.   � Dominion Rebekah Lodge, No. 41, will hold the regular meeting in the I. O. O. F. hall at S.OO tonight. Visiting sisters and brothers welcome.  � � The Major .Tack Ross Chapter, I. O. D. E., will hold their regular monthly meeting at 4 o'clock. The executive is asked to meet at .1.30.  * � Anyone having Royal Crown or Golden Soap coupons please send them in to :!18 Sherlock Building on or before Monday, May 13. Every coupon helps the travellers aid.  * m � : : � > BAILEY-LEARY A very pretty .wedding took place Thursday, April 18th. at Alliance, Neb., when .Miss Charlotte A. Leary bo-came the bride of Jlr. Cecil Bailey of REfCH OBJECTIVE IN THE DRIVE with half the day yet lo go before tho end of thb campiUrn the Red Triangle Fund at noon 'I'lnir.'-iiiiy hurl mounted to |8,072.80 jn ;i ir::.:ii under tlie objective of $!),00ii ^. ! rti.. fig ores wore announceil annd niuch ap plauso iit the lunchiion nf ihc cam-puign committee at the "V' ai noon today. That tho city will rais,. rid.iioii tor the fnnil within thi' allnticil three days was the general (i;iini(in of ilir canvassers, as sonm uf jIji. rlLsirir'ts had barely been scratclu.i, ir nj,, thousand mark )s rcac.U^ii it will m-.tkc another thousand (h'lllnrr, i.i ix. si.m overseas. Camiiaign Mftnager ,\1': siibscril)e who has lie n ox iTludkiHl by the canvassers may si nd n c In (iik; !o U, .1. Dinning, boncnuy iriiisuicr of tlie Red Triangle I'^uiid ai ili.. Mi'.v-(diants Bank. Owing to quite a lot of unfinished busiuesK it was decided to hold a wind-up luncheon of (lie canvassers and committee at the "Y" on Friday noon when the final returns will be an-I noinicod. The campaign all through is one of tile most succeHsfui ever put on in llic city. It is believed hctliliridge is the firnt city in the province to reach its ijuota. The following ari' the re-'.suits liy districts from W(?ducpday 'noon lo Thursday noon: District. 1, .2:, ?',l!i,-|(i; 7, If2r,n; district. S. $I4'_'.nO; ;i. district in, $2(Ii1,',Hi; $lt!,S.7.'i; district. 12, ,'i;7.S,^.';; district li!, ?-1.^,2r,; district 14, 12:7,2",; district. U,, ?l,'M,7ri; district IC. $1(J0. - Total, $i.(MO.:ir,. district i distiicf ! ilisiri( I ! district ' district I 1 :MK'i South Bannock Sl:r..|. I)euver, Colo. The young couple me spemliug tlieir honeymoon In Dcim-i-. iiu., iiome of the groom, My�. Ji^iihy i.s \hf daughter ot Mrs. K. Le:iiy uf How Island. Aita. Mr. Bailey ua~- u well known business man (.f Hoffland, Nebraska, whore he was conneciMd will', tho Hoffland Poticdi I'onipar.y and is now a Lieutenant in the f. S. aiiny. stationed at C:!!!!]! I'liniUon, Kansas. ARBOR DAY c. .;. c : �: > : - ni.re than ever calls for the planting of those growing things that fil! us with hope and delight through tli'' sumim r seasons and culminate in ;i imuiiliful harvest. There is a most righicons Joy in a good garden and along with It a s:itisf.ictory feeling of patrioliriiii. In addition to a vegetable garden wliicli comes first, plant a tr(M>. something that will siicHk to you for year.s, put in a few j'creuuial shrubs and flowers and above all don't forget a good c:''ari-iip of I lie yard. There are many reasons for Arbor day action: Flowers or vegetables will rover up hare spots. ('loaning up trash and rubbish would help to rcduc(> fire losses. Miiidi sickness can hi' i)revenled by absence uf germs and resulting exercise. Home gardens offer a fine opportunity to help in tliB present gigantic fight. It l.s every citizen's patriotic duty to Ikivo a, garden. STRUCK A MINE I,.nndon, May !).--A. British mine sweeper struck ti mine and sank on May .1. the Admiralty announced today. , .Three, officers and twenty three uh'u are missing. Second Lieut, Clifford R, Hauies, of the G2ml Squadron, Royal Air Force, England, was killed on April 25 In an airplane accident. He was the second youngest sen of Rev. A. B. Hames, ot Beeton, Out., and a brother of the late Pte. E. R. Hames. who died of wounds in France. A Glean, Rosy, HEALTHY Skin is the birthright o� every-ychild. Contact with count* less unclean, {{erm-ladetl' things every day, however, brings the constant quota of danger and the happy, artless ways of children make them especially liable to infection. Even so there is one sure �afeguard you can use- HEALTH It is a wonderful disinfectant, and a bland, pure, free lathering soap for all toilet purposes. The most tender skin welcomea its daily use. The mild, disinfectant odor you notice vanishes quickly after use. At All Grocers- Lever Brothers Limited toronto i > Sale WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS , May IDth AT 2.30 O'CLOCK FRANK \ WADDINGTON ; . WILL SELL, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD And.nffoelB ineludinK: Handsomo diniuK suite in fumed oak, coiuprlBinK hutfot, rou.nd extension' table and set of C chairs; beautiful bras.s, bed and sprliwrs with mattress; white .enamel brass mounted bed, complete; oak buffet with bevelled mirror; Morris chair; e.xtondlu,? dinluB table; LARGE DOUBLE WARDROBE; sot of �! fumed oak dInerB; mahogany and oak rockers; mahoBany (,'orner chair; oak dressers; Uitchon tables; occaBional tables; upholstered arm cdiair; two colluiisible baby buKKles; Wicker buKgy; very HANDSOME WILTON RUG, orlenral colors, i�xl); AXMIN3TER RUG, !)xl2; SiuKor Kewlntf Machine in A 1 order; Canada's Pride Oaa Rnngo with wiii.'i oven; and nunieroUH smftUc* items, . , . , . ,.......; ..,......... GOODS ON VIEW THURGDAV, 7,30 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH PHONE 770 THE EVANGELISTS HAVE GOOD MEETINGS Splendid audiences are attending the last week ot the revival nieet-IngB at the Christian Church. The evangell.st is still ddlivering strong gospel mesaageB and his wife is pleasing her audiepcos with her SNV.eel gospel Bolos. The sermon last night was on the subject. "Does the .Moral .Man Need Cliriat?" and was based upon the tenth chapter Acts. Cnlllng'at tontion to the character of Cornelius tho first Oontlle convert tho evangel-, ist said: "Wo find this man devout, God-tearing with all. his house, benevolent, prayerful and righteous and of good report. Yet he was unsaved-. Through a miracle he .was instructed to send ,lopp for Peter who should tell him words whereby ho would bo saved. There are few men in this city who could measure up to tho standard of Cornelius, But in order lo be saved lie had to hoar tho gospel, believe tho gosiiel, repent of his sins and bo baptiKed.. There Is one gospel alike for ,)ow and (Jontllo. lOvery case of conversion roeordodnln tho honk of .\cts coineidos with this. They all had to obey the gospel. So there Is one way ot salvation tor lill, whether wicked or good, rich or poor, v)ld or young. The baptism of the Holy .Si)li'!t in ibis case waa to convince the .lewlah Christians that tho Centlles were included in Clod's plan uf salvation," Tonlgiit the Bermon will bo "Men ot To-mo7row," There will bo a aolo by Mrs, Pagan and also a spoclal number by a mixed quartet. To-morrow night tho subject will be "Saved and How to Know It," " i AL CLEAN-UP SALE The sucfess weTiad in clearing out a few lines last �week, by advertising A CLEAN UP SALE, encourages Us to go aftiijst^l rhore lines of goods and give the buying public an idea of a SALE that means business from start to finish. We have decided, now that prices have and are advancing daily, to reduce our immense stock, and at the same time to "Get Out at Any Price, Any Odd Lines that have been in the house longer than Six Months. All we ask is: "SEE THE GOODS and SEE OUR PRICES, and you will go home pleased, saying to yourself- What's the Matter with Hill?' *He is simply giving his goods away.' 'He can't last long at that rate." 20 Ladies' RAINCOATS. Last years' style. Worth up to $25 each. Our Clean tl AA Up Price, ea-^ . U.UU 15 only, SILK DRESSES. Worth up to C A A $ 15. Our Clean Up Price, each....... ^ 22 BLUE SERGE DRESSES at exactly "Half Price." $20.00 Dresses for................. $10.00 $15.00 Dresses for..................$7.50 $10.00 Dresses for . . .;..............$5,00 15 Black and Colored Voile Dresses. - A|v Worth up to $25. Your choice, Clearing | |l�vU at ... .................. 50 WHITE WAISTS. Slightly soiled with handling. Worth up to $1.50. Take your 150 pairs Ladies' and Children's Hoe. All sizes. All colors. Our Glean Up Price .5 18 only. Ladies^ SUITS. Worth from $25 to $35. Our Clearing Price-- 15.00 10 Ladies'SUITS. Worth up to $25. Clean Up Price................ 12-00 50 Choice Waists, perfect goods, odd lines. On separate table.'Clearing at just Half Price. 150 pairs Ladies* Black and Tan Kid Gloves. Worth today $18 per dozen wholesale. Our Clean Up Price, per pair 1. 10 piece Stripe GALATEA. Worth today 3|�c. Our Clearing Price, 25c per yard. > 12 pieces PRINT. Worth today 25c wholesale. Our Clearing Price, 18c per yard. Potters Print All Guaranteed Washers. 12 pieces Scotch Gingham. Worth today 25c. Our Clearing Price, 18c per yard. NOT MORE THAN TWELVE YARDS, TO ONE PERSON. ^ 100 Children's and Misses' Dresses in Voile, Print and Gingham. Our Clearing Price, ^^ off. NO SALE GOODS ON APPROVAL. COME WITH THE CROWD NO SALE GOODS EXCHANGED. E. HILL & CO. ;