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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 10R LKTHBHfDGB DAILY HKHALD Made In Canada the day vim Is Itself a Food I A delicious drink1 be considered valuable adjunct to a amount of nutritive mairor digested y Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive foods 1HADEMARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Booklet of Choice Recipes sent FREE WALTER BAKER Limited Established 1780 DORCHESTER 7 SHL MILA PttONB COURAGE Tlfl tho front toward life that matters most The the point of Tho constancy that in detent Remains untouched and Florence Jiarlo float es PERSONAL and ofMcLPod were tho and GUmou tot tho Dmiey returning home Doney will visit fdr aboutJa t and little daughterleft on Thursday night for a three weeks visit lo Hicks and left for Calgary last night OeorgR at one timea resident of isthe guest of his brother Hornfi was a visitor in Cal gary for the Otlmore and son left for Cal gary on band of Wesley church arc reminded of their monthly meeting nt p on There will IMmi elec tion of officers and ollici ii jjuslnoss for Mi who for years was con n IT mission work In Seattle will eht to tell of some of her ex lh the in tho recent essny compel Cragg made a few nterestliiK remarks wgardlns the general excellence of the compositions inrt the manner In they were the three judge havliiK been Smith iind Thy which wore beautiful were presented by the ter Kpealcing telmiK of the nppreclattofl the work The following the winners Urtide Eunice Conner Honorable May firade IX Vera DunsttOrtlH Orado Ruth ln AliceHarr s tirade IJijrolhy rousiiiR choruses Were on by thn High School girls the after PAGE FIFTEEN iiin c Kdwardit r M Provincial President of i hNat iomi of will sprik in bridge on Thursday1 of The sehplarBtif Wesley BiMp school rtie requested ttttneot tomorrow morn Ing in Hall to prepare tor the The meeting or die ConnttHvdt WomenWill he held In tho The aniiua luncheon of llic Math Clui will held in Knox school May at 1 OBITUARY will be by general ifleetfftg at whJchYtha nnumj reports Will be given antielection uf officers for the coming will iiln It H hoped there Will Ini lariju at tendance TheArt Needlework Hull will meet at till home of 629 on Monday Miss Patterson of Champion and teen age girls of AiiR Patterson of Bow Island are vis Sumlay are glvInB a itors in the city with and IX Jack Cormie with her daughter in the city yesterday ihornmg to ttuahand wholias latoly taken a position in Cormie lias been on a six mbnths visit to the Miss Miss Boles and Miss Dunn left by riiot for Calgaryon Thursday to spend the Detwilerwho has been a resi dent of Lethbridge Cor pects to shortly to take up work in Canadian hospitals for returned SOCIAL EVENTS O 9 O O 4v Q V Yesterday MacKay en fertained the siafi of the Western Canada Agency ind thsir by taking them en a trip to wA entitled How the Story rew on May In Augustines There will also lie solo dances by some of Miss AttreeV v EMPIRE UAY ESSAYS i On May 3mpire in the1 Cen tral School Auditorium the prices were presented by the Sir Alexander Chapter to the winning isric cars left the early MUFFIN The deflrh of of took plucu In theOttlt hrfspital here after n protracted The deceased wan takenworse Satur day and brought to the The funeral will he held at TaberottStm liitcrmeirtf tp bp at Grrtfiu survived by her Imml and 11 There were eight children nt tho bedside at the time of hei David FESTIVAL HERE Knojc rliblr failml fo Intermediate choir con test nt Jalgftry belnj defeated by Wesley follow InS wen1 made Wnsloy l4 Central f2 50 Wesley 47 There irf somo consolation 1n the that Layton cnrrled off tho for female MltW ofliln choir 1vori tho and Miss Hlnnu and Plfiininp won the bari tone Male won he male quartette Kttner came second in tho Knox ehuMh ilso won the ladies Asper the festival is to be held in Lnthbrldge next Plain New Flora Mich were able to lio The others are William and of and And rew HENRY JOHNSTON Died in the dalt May Henry aged beloved son of 1226 take 5th The funeralwill place from Felterlys on May at Burns will The little one will be laid to rest in the family plot in the public JESSIE HEDKNSTRQM There died at the resfdence of her and Andrew Heden 1706 7th on May Jessie Alnioda aged 12 after severalWeeks The funeral will take place from the rest dome on May 27th at 2 KAISER SHOULD GET HIS HEAD IN NOOSE May Believe fflts vvaf will have beeh fought in Vain if at Its conclusion the kaiser and his war do not find heads In a said John minister of pensions and a labor party In an address An Inconclusive would be a greater disaster than continuance of the No mat ter what the sacrifices we have to fight to the Interment will place in the public Hodgins will ANNIE FARRIER There died In the city on May at her home at Annie aged 78 The hotly was removed to MacKay and MacKays The funeral service was heldthis afternoon at from the late residente Interment in the public Burns FarrterprevloiiB to her decease had been living employee on the Farriersihubbatid died In the City some time Special Snaps For Safday Night Shoppers At The Bay FROM NO PHONE NO NO ON THESE THE FIGHTING AROUND The hills Including Mount arc the object fierce contention between the opposing HE me May Von archbishop of hns requested Popo VolUs of Cologne to address a request to the allies to refrain from aerial attacks the Corpus Christ celebrations of May The cardinal has Instructedr4hepriests of Cologne to hold proeegsionq in connection with thftt celebrations and to prficuutlons In the feyent of raids during the Thft priests must be the last td leave the The beet thing about BLUE RIBBON 10 is iha values the the pvlcet and the wosrot thing is to do without it qrnlna and ntbstenjoy a theni ontheir arrival pipy lli for games and a pttostl by sjdglng of a arrived hohle latelast season a big Trfaet at the rlter bottom at which all the members and their wives turned out A big tent was erected us headquar ters and during the afternoon some wonderful exhibits of baseball were put on by bofti ladies and The whole company also took parf In the races which were put on including small boys small girls young ladles young mens married laities race and married mens tinder the kindly influ ence of the sun that later out to grace the went in for the various games the not to mention the picnic supper which the hungry contestants thoroughly A weary but happy crowd returned in the Tlie picnickers extend thanks to Pennefathor the Mounted Police for use ofithe Ijig A most enjoyable evening wits spent at the home of and Hamilton last night when tho aaeh ers and officers of Knox Sunday school gathered to do honor to i tlie superintendent of the beginners who leaves Lethbridge on having offered her services for hospital At tho close of a bright program featured by an authorcontest and de llsiclous refreshments wore At the conclusion of each was given u of paper to express a wish for Detwilers These were col read and then Higinbotham stepped forward and on behalf of the teachers and officers presented the of the evening withthis bun dle1 of good accompanied by a beautiful In said how tjievoice of prompted her to attempt wqrk which had become a source of gftiettt pleasuro and profit to herself and bw others would tho needs ot theSuuday school andcarry the work Detwiljsr gives up n large prac tice in the cjty in order to do her b4tr lnsoothing painand restoring health to those shattered In tills terrible She will take a short rest at before going forward to the post assigned to A most evening was spent last night at the home of Miss when the Postal Clerks Association met togetherto welcome the new mcnnbers of the acting and also Sut ton mid Tlie evening wus pleasantly cards and was most thoroughly enjoyed by tlie various members Q Q O CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 Tho members of the senior mission I IT makes no dif f erence days grade of gasoline the great Chalmers engine stalls quick runs highly L6wgrade gas must deliver to Chalmers owners the ut most It is used to thClast drop by the great Chalmers Lowgrade gas does not lower the efficiency of the Chal For raw cause of trouble from poor not carried to the Gasoline of any grade is fully vaporized in the great Chalmers into high Two new features insure The gas hits a hot spot which completes the This vapor is carried rare and hot through the Ramshorn manifold to the There is no sharp no no creVice in this No trap to cool and condense the No raw gasoline is 4 Anyone can sec and understand the sound economy this Chalmers But the real test is to drive the Everything a busi ness man expects in his particularly keen perform he will find in todays A a turn at the wheel tells the Chalmers We will be glad to demonstrate Chalmersto Ch aim er s JfVstngir Sedan Car SpWinpr Cabrioltt Litnousint Ltmoiuint Car Lamia 5 WILLIAMSON f CHALMEto 7 OF CANADA i I A Crockery Special 12 dozen Cups and Saucers in two White with floral Regular and Satur day night 6 for A Rug Special 15 Axmingter size In conventional de signs and very rich Regular SaturO QQ day night only Flannelette Special 100 yards of WhiteFlannel 25c yardV today will be placed on the tanm for Saturday night lAf Limited 10 yards to each eus Two Silk Bobt fn bronze pearl grey green dark grer r sizes Inii Regular Saturday nlghf JA f j Another oneMn fancy ail the latest cbinBInatJons of navy Witti wnite1 and grey und Regular Saturday night only Infants Special As au introduction to our Infants Section we will place on sale a line of Vests in wool and Made In the Reuben style at a apeclal price on Saturday night only Mens Special Work Shirts of near flannel khaki Extra well made and splendid Sizes 14 to Regular Sajturday night only Childs Footwear Special Childrens Elk Shoes Jn brown and chainpaigne with flexible aolea of white Goodyear All sizes from a to boys All one price Saturday night only v Ladies BootSpecial Ladies White Kid Boots wlib 10 Inch Plain Spanish heel corered with steel A very flreBsy and sty Hsh Sizes 2 to Sat Q 7Q only 13r Smokes Ur Smoken tins Royal Mint Jlejtolar Saturday night 50 in i Saturday Plugs Briar Mcpbnatda Cliewlrig Shamrock Regular 2 plugs Packets Players Regular Saturday 2 packets ;