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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAA' 25. 101R w�B LETHBIUDGE DAILY HIf.HALD PAGE FIFTEEN Made In Canada Be^in the day wilh Is ftself a Food" A pure, delicious drink;' -should.also be considered a- valuable adjunct to a meal, as it contains^a large � .amount of nutritive matter in an .easily digested form. Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive foods I COURAGE "f Is tho front toward Jito (hat inutlers inoBt- Tim tone, tlic point ot vle\v, ' Tim (onHtnncy that in dofetit Uoumlna iiiitouclioil and Irde. -Ploroncn J �. ? PERSONAL > band of Wosley clnircli r of tlifilr nionllily ukioiIih; .11 p, 1 m. on Sunday. There will Lc im oliu-! III tlio r(;r(Mit cssiiy, Mi'.v. i'. K. CragK inaclti a fow inl'^rdslinj! romarUs rngiirdln^ tlic MDIKil'Ul (�XrClllMllI! Ill' (OIllI'l'MifioII.'l iiiul tlip inaiinor in wliiuli tli"..- wv.ri^ jnilKi'd, llio Mirco jndxf^k Inivlni; l.'i'nn Itov. (.'. I'l. CragK, All-, it. A. Kfiilfli and .Mr. W. i,. tlriiy. Jirlznw. wlilc.h wuro lioantifti! Ixjrdis. wf.vr. pveuriilcd l)y llu! Hr.KeM. Mrs., J. X. .riftc^llie at; tur KijealciiiK a Ib.\V words lollinK ol' , llii> apprnciallon rtt flio clmirtfir of tliu f3 ' worl; ilonu. TlK? followlrif; \v(no tin; HinnflrH: (Jrade VI.. Kunlcc Conmir; iniiulr:! I llonora!)!'; Monllotl. Alien Beatonl May .\'ti:i. (irailu Vill, Hfirt'ia Hunt, THE FIGHTING AROUND YPRE3. The hills Including Mount Kmnmol, Which nro lUe ohject o� fierce contention batwoou tho opposing armies. . THE BITER Amsterdam, May 25,-Cardinal Von hartmann, archbishop of Cotogrto, has fatliiGsted 1^01)0 Benedict, thb> VolUa' leltunK ot Cologne stays', to address a request to tho allies to retrain from aerial attacks during the Corpus Christ'! celebrations of May 30; Tlie cardinal has instriioteiKjtho''priests ot Cologne to' hold ,^0 > liroceasiona in connection witli tho, celebraMons and to tnli,e precaullonts In tlio event of raids during the ftorvlccs. Th^ij priests must he the last tii leave the churclies. The beet �hlnd about blue ribbon is the values, th& least, itie 's>rlc'�8-and the womi tiding is to do without it Ir. and Mrs. W.-.f.-Lloyd and littlo diiUKliler left on Thursday niglit for a'thrso weeks visitto Mepawn,'Man! lOha. � �   '�  Mrs. A, M. Hicks'and .son, MiUon, left for Calgary last night. .  \ � . . Mr. Gfeorgo A'. Pent, at one time a resident ot Letlibridgo, is- the gtiest of Ills broUior Mr. N. n: Peat. * * * Mr. S. llorno, was a visitor in Cnl- garv for llie lioliday. �* * . Mrs. Giiniore and sou left for Calgary on Tliursdny.   * .Miss Patterson of Champion and Mr.. Patteraon of How I.sland are vi.s ilor.s in the city with Mr. and .\lr.m. i). A. Smilli.  *  Mrs. Jack Corniie with her daughter .Doris, arrived in the city yesterday mornfng to Join.her imsband wlio lias latoly taken a position in ilyUuurs I store.- .Mrj : .> c > � ? � * � ' - . > SOCIAL EVENTS > : � . . . 9 � * > � ; � � Yesterday Mr. G. R. MacKay on-tertalned tlio �iiati of the � Wastern Caaada Agency and their wives.' by taking thtf'm' on a' trip to'Waliirton , liflito'^, ' Siij 'cars loft tlie fclty'early J In thio niprnlng and liad. a most enjoy-^�"l aoie'-tri'i')-'to  (hp l^kes..'' In',sp'ite~df a fjnow..Stprn) that gruot^ the'ni on"their arrival-'there, the jiaWy went iii for .games and' sports' arid-closed ' up a j fiost pieasaiit aflerhooiv. by .sMging � lot their lios"t;.''Hfe's a Jolly Good Pel-"1 low-.''- -The iiappy -.viier, In her ro|)ly, said bow the-'voice ot (Vuty prompted lior to uittemp.t .a work .'ivhlcli hiid become a source of giitHit pleaauro and profit to, Uer.seU an(l.Uo.w ho � hoiiod others. would realt/.o, the needs ot the-Sunday school and -carry the work on. ' ;  _ , Dr. DetwHlpr gives, up a large practice (n Uie city iii order to do her bit �In-Boothlng pfiinand restoring health to ; those . shattered in tuls terrible war. She will take a sli'ort rest at Kitchener. Ont.^ before going forward to the post assigned to her. '� � ,� ^ most onjoyabre.iiveulng was spent last night at the home bf MIsa Butler, ,i when the Postal Clerk's Apsociatlon ! mot togethM-'to welcome the new I numibers ot the- stuff, ,-Mr. Sargent, I acting postmaster, and lilso Mr. Sut-i ton and Mr. JVlorfiajv-. Tho evening 1 was pleasantly j^peut, Jn cards and j was most thoroli^hly'fenjoyod by the I various raombors pyestint. I �. .*, .  � � � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES' ? > > > ? ; : ? * : � fu-1hkj1 requested to mcot ti)i!u>;-:(uv mor.-i-.Ing at. 10.30-In J^'dsjpj' ll.-i)l lo iir.-pan. tyr the anniversary servin'.'i, �  � The regular meeting -ir i}ic l^jca! Conncil-of VVonion-will lie licld la ihi; Y. M. C. A, at-4 p.m.-ne\i .Monday. , * �  .The annual luncheon of ilu- Matli-eSls Clui) .will bo hold in Kim.'; scliool room,. WodnestUiy, May I'luU. at I2.:i0. Tills Will be followed by tin' general itieellng at which, th^ tini.iuil reports will be given and-cleclitpu uf dfficcr.i for the coming -ycav will liil-.o place. It is iioped there-will In- ;v lari;u attendance ,of -tile, memliprs. The Art Needlework riuli will nicet at till.- home ot Mrs. 1) J (lay, IXdrSt. S, on flionday afi.rnnon. The teen age girls of l-:;. .\ui;ii.-;lines Sunday school are giving :i short play Bnlitleil "How the Story drew" on Friday. May 31, in Ki. AnKusline'H Hall. There will also Ix- .-iolo daiircs by some of Miss Attrec's juipils. c : :�:� o * > o -? : : � > : EMPIRE DAY ESSAYS ? > : : ; : : .trs. l-Tora Strattou, Kalamazoo, Mich ; were not able lo be jjresent. Tlie, others are A\, John, lloiace. William and i-'. W.. of Untlaw, .Mrs. fl. Bailey, Redaw. Mvh. A. V. .Moore. .Mar(|uis. Sask.. and Mr.-;, .\rn\-rew Ilouck. Kincald, Sask, I.iilhbridge Knox choir failed to eaptiire the intermediate choir eon. .lest at (;alg.''.ry fetitiv.Tl. being defeated by WosUiy clioir, Calgary. The following were the. points made: Wesley i .Metlipdlst, Calgary, Til jiolnls;. Central Alothydist. Calgary. ^>2; Knox. I.eib-bridge. r.O: W'osley � .I^cthbridge. 47; Trinity. Calgary, i.f. There irf Hoino ('(insolation 1n the' fact, however, that Mr^ I,ayton carried off (li8e the', vapor. No ".raw gasoline" is formed. . , Anyone can sec and understand the soundl economy'of this Chalmers engine. But the real test is to drive the car. Everything ablisi- , ness man expects in his car, particularly keen- performance, he will find in to-day's Chalmers. A demoftstratibh, . a turn at the wheel tells the Chalmers gtory. We will be glad to demonstrate to-d^y's Chalmers'to you; Anytime. Ch aimer s En:^in 7-pa)jenger - - $1,990.00 S-pttssin^iT -. �- $1,01.^.01) Sedan - -Cabriolet -Limousine $2JS5.00 $iJl5.00 .^ToviAi Car ,HJ1J,'(?(?;,H;-:^*'T=; fJmousini Landaultl, f4,W\W ; , ' ' �Tom Car landaJel, j,' Special Snaps For Sat'day Night Shoppers At FROM 7.00 to\30 P.M. NO PHONE ORDERS. NO APPRO. NO C.O.a ON THESE A Crockery Special b 12 dozen only, Cnps and ^ Saucer.'i in two designs. White with floral border. Regular S2.75 and $3.00. Satur- -i ||Q day night only, 6 for leWIf 1/ A Rug Special 15 only, Axminster Rugs, size 24x40, In conventional designs and very rich colorings. Regular $3.75. Saturday night only .. 2.98 Flannelette Special 100 yards o( White Flannel-' ette, .worth 2f)C yarcf; today win lie 'placed on the table Jor Satnr(lay night A A ' onl.v, yard' '..'...,.[... i. l^C Limited lO'yarda to each cus^ tqmor, - Two Hmc Specia|i|., Silk Boot. Hose in bronze, pearl grey,' Kusaian, ; green; dark grey and canary. � All. sizes ini stock.., Regular ,$,1.50. Saturday itiiht only,' 'f '] A pair f.i r.iV.. i�L�l, Anothferone--in fancy stripes,, .lall; the latest corahlnatlpns of ' navy witH white- stripe, black,; apd, white, .rose and white.' ^ey and black, and - white iind , block. Regular ?2.00. -r- Mtk ' Saturday night only ... l*4tf Infants' Special As an Introduction to our Infants Section we will place on sale a lino of Infant's Vests In wool and cotton. Made' In' the Reuben style at a special p'rtce on Saturday night OA only of ...... ..... U�fC Men's Special Men's Work Shirts of near flannel in khaki color. Extra well made' and splendid wear. Sizes 14% to 17y2. - Regular JJ.SO.SaJ^urday night -i rQ only ______........ !��/ Child's Footwear Special ; Children's Elk Shoes _ln brown and champalgne cqlorg, with flexible soles of white elk, Goodyear welted. All siites from a chlMs 4 to hoys 6. All one price Saturday night' o aa Ladies; Bo6i%e^ul Ladles' White Kid Boots^witU 10 inch toi>8. Plain toe. Hai, a Spanish heel covered .with steel plato; A very dressy and: stylish boot. Sizes 2l^ to 7. Siut-; u'rtlay inlght q lyA only;..SFef �l Sino^et far Smokers , lb. tins Royal Mint: Gut Saturday'jitght \\...... tOC  !PIaycre* ClKaro'ttcB, 50 in tin, "Regular' 750." Saturday nitjlit..,,.,!..,,...,..... W,3C PlugsT. ^ B.,. Brlat- and McPonaidB Oliewlhgr' " '^Iso Shamrock Tobacco, Regular g5c,,Saturday, nlghtj ' OC^ Packets Player.s GIgai'ottes. Regular 15c. Saturday Off-nlBhti'2 paukets ...... �9C ;