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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 26, 1919 THE LKIHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE KINi itOfiMI^!tfRADft PIANOS. Itona Quality and Bxpraiaion a*� unsurpuaad. one of SafeffBud row jamtly's muaioal etfuoadon h)r eh'Mil world T�a�in�%!~pl�ntt viiieyow. Pianos, PlayeFPianos^ Grands We will tnha your old piano qr orvan as part payment on'any of theae inatrtMMBta. aOLD ON THE ONE PRICE BASIS. CASH OR TERMS. IVe extend to you an invitation to Our Store, Assmibma Music Co. Limited J18 0th 8TREKT SOUTH PHONE 1545  cOCIAL EVENTS    The Son Tenips Bd.vs' Club entertained a few of their friends at a picnic on Saturday afternoon at the river'bottom. Miss Fisher and Ml�� Alexjinder chaperoned the young folks. � *   � � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES *'� �>>>� There will be a social, under the a-usplces of the Daughters of England, at the home of Mrs. C. H. Wakelen. 923 10th St. S.. tomorrow evening in honor of Miss Laverick, who is leaving for England the lattei- part ot the week.   � The Baptist Church Misaion Band will meet at 4.30 tomorrow afternoon and any who have mite hoxes or' birthday bags are asked to take or send tltem to the church after 4 o^clock tomorrow. �   Wesley choir will rehearse tonight in Wesley church at 8 o'clock. Every memher is espeoted. �  ? � * ^-.> 4> 4>  � � O > : 4> � � The mother about tlic Canadian Y. hut there in the heart or Pario had a very large family, and tliey varied iu age from mere Rtripllngn of eigliteen to war veterans of forty-five-almost as ancient as she wai^ horielf. She liked that ancient feeling. She gloried that In h�r rery ago she was a mother to most of them, and that the anxiety ot the woman of her could never be misunderstood by these men wbo had �een ao nuiny 'woman whose anxiety for them was dangerous. Day after day a great Canadian lad came to the Hut for hiR meals. Day after day the Mother ot the Hut saw him and talked to hlm-as she talked to hundreda of Canadians every day. But the last day ot his leave h� sought her out and did the talking himself. "For ulna months," he told her, "i; have not seen a woman 1 knew to bo good until 1 came to Parip-here at the Y hut. And It's made all the difference in the world that I happened to come hero my very first day of leave. It sort of made me ashamed to talk to you-^and yet it was the feeling I knew was good tor men-and I liked it. I'm going back now to my unit, and I believe I'll go back fitted to put in another nine months "without fearing any womah I meet. I know my mother would like to meet you." Another day a group of Canadians filled a cluster oC tables near the stage where an orchestra played through the luhch hour. The Hut Mother finished serving them and sat down to talk to them. Their leave was just up, and she was eager to have trtilr Impressions of Paris. But they were not eager to discu-Hs that phase ot their leave. In these last few hours ot. their holiday thoy wanted rather to express their gratitude for what had made that holiday so pleasant. One of them put it into words like this: "It's been a tine leave-best The Grand Chapter for ..Alberta, Order ot the Easter Star, meetV^^ln annual communication at Red Deer on Wednesday and Thursday, June ,4 and 5, in the Masonic rooms. The members of Venus Chapter, No. 2, Red Deer, are busy at work making; ar-rangementa to entertain the seventy-five to one hundred and twenty-five delegates expected. When the. first Grand Chapter met in Red Deer In 1913 the ladies had a different pW>-posltlon from that Which confronts them this year In finding accommodation for the delegates from the twenty-seven local chapters -which now constitute the membership ot the Grand Chapter. The Red rxeer members are-looking forward to a successful event, and they hope, with the co-operatlori of the citizens, to give the visitors a' most hospitable welcome and an en-joyahle time.  '�:   MEETING OF I.O.D.E. -� ^ , IS NOT POSTPONED    ^^ 4> S' �   4>  To offset an impression thft the annual meeting of the I.O.D.E. may not be held at Montreal liext week owing to strikes, the Daughters, of the Empire wish to clearly state that^ this important convention of workers from all oveACanada la to take placie according t^plan. Alj-eady some western, representatives are here for the evont, and many more are on tlie way. There is positively no expectation ot cancelling the annual meeting. Red Seal But^APats we ever had, I believe. We're going back without a-iwlthout a blush-the lot of us. We haven't done a thing in Paris we're ashamed to talk to you about. It's hlghty isood meeting a Canadian woman here-you don't know how good. It's not the Canadian who goes wrong but, the chap who's forgotten Canada because he has so little about him to remind him of it. If we had a few of you 'mothers' up there ' near the front we'd, have a bit of ' Canada right down here in France- and there's nothing better on earth." TWO MORE GERMAN NOTES rAFllS, May 23.-The German plenipotentiaries today sent two new notes to Iho secretariat of the peace confer- j ence. They had to do with the subjects of international legislation regarding labor and German properties in all countries. Tha council of foreign mln-isters took up the protest of Belgium, against the failure of Germany to turn back to the Belgian government archives taken by the Germans from BrusHels. It also discussed reports ra-j reived regarding German maneuvres  in connection with Poland as well as the Hungarian questions. HOW 10 GET RID OF RHEf ATISM "Fruit-a-tiYes" Point the Way to Quick Relief Vebo\a, OnTi "I anfTered for a number of yeaiv with Rheumatism and severe Pains in my Side and Bark, caused by strains and heavy lifting. When I had given up hope of ever being well again, a friend recommended 'Fruit-a-tites' to me,and after usln^ the first box I felt so much better that I continued to take them ; and now I am enjoying the best of ):.ealth, thanks to your wonderful fruit medicine". W. M. LAMPSON. "Fnilt-a-tlTea" are sold by all dealers at 60c. a box, 6 for |2.50, trial size 25e.-or sent j-tostpaid \e$ Fruit-a-tives Limit�di Ottawa. OHAS GAINED 25 POUNDS Takea Tanlac FollowlnB Attack of " Influenza and Results Are Wonderful "For anyone suffering from the after effecta ot influenza and needing aomethinK to build them up," said Edward W. Reno, a well known employee ot the American Railway Express Company, living at 1721 Broadway, Kansas City, Mis&ouri, "Tanlac is the finest thing In the world, and ril tell you why. "During the recent epidemic I -was taken down with the 'Flu' myself and for two weeks was jusi about aa sick as one gets to be. I finally managed to piill through, but my, I was a'l weak as a baby aftem^ards. I lost twenty-five pounds in weight or more, and every ounce of my strength seemed to bo gone. Ot course, I wasn't able to .do a bit ot work and it was Just about all I could do to walk ar^iund and my legs would just co^letely give out sometimes. I had no appetite, either, and never cared for a thing to eat. ,"I knew I wouldn't be able to go back to work at all fe^g tike I was, and as I had beai-d^m much about nmlae f decided to.'�|t#^�ut. Well, it aeemed to help fi^ right from the tirat feiw doses aSd''4BS i|>ut ,me in shape;to *rhere I hav4-.�ctuany gained twenty-five pounds lay,thlrtj^ days' time. I have just.. ffjiii�h*d mx third bottle, and it is notl|J^g short ,ot .astonishing tlie way icL^as Inct4MHM^ my strength and b^l^te up itt iiv.ejE^ respect. I have not imly; gotten bacX all my old strength, biit.! reaUy-.b^-lieve I feel better .thftij^. I did .evojic before 1 had the 'Flu^'^^My appetite, was never better,' ait libat tired feeling ie gone, and 1 ami.putting in 'ten hours of good, hardVwork every day, and it really doesn't bother me one bit. To say I'm strong for Tanlac la n)aking it very mild, r am constantly telling some friend about it, an4 I tblnk everybody who. is In a rundown condition would do well to give it a; trial." '-As- has been stated, there is not a slngrie portion of the body that is not benefited by the helpful action of Tanlac. Tanlac contains certain medicinal prolierties wt|icb enrich the blood and promote a. healthy appetite for nourishing food,VELTY BLACK UNDERSKIRTS-These novelty black underskirts are made from good quality of black be^tber-bloom with wide pleated flounce of fancy printed � gA heatherbloom in assorted colors; very neat; all sl^es winsomo models in good ouallty gingham and percales, moderately priced at $1.50 to $3.50 HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS Rylands & Co. . NEMO AND WARNER \ CORSETS 12th Annual Cbmpetition 27th, 28th, & 29th May, in Wesley Church, Sra3t*s^:J: Three Sessions Daily, 9 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to 10 Season Tickets ADMISSION: Morning and Afternoon Sessions, Evening Cdficerfs arui (Competitions $1M .25 .50 INFORMATION: Miss M. Moore � Phone 1929 ;