Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TIirnSDAY. MAY 30, lOlR THii LinUHHIDGE QAtLY MHHALL; .11 .u ---iimim" .....i.........m.ijijj PAGE NINE PRAYER FOR COURAGE 1; y �lioul(l I loiiK for wliat I l;now 'an riovi-r hu rnvoalcil to mo? only pray that I may grow As Hiiro and ur.ivoly us a tjoo. do not aok why tlrnloaa Krlof. llonialns or why all lioauly fllos; ,1 only I'ravo thu blind rollct Ot brunchos gropltig toward tho akios. Let rne brlns Gvury acod to Irult, KbarlnK, whatover comns to pass, I'riin Btroiis porslBtonco ot tho root, Tho pallont courage o� tho grass. Jloartnnod by ovory aourco ot mlrlU. \\ ! sliuU not mind t.l\o wounds and soars, Kdolliiff tho solid strength of earth, The hrlKlit conviction of t)io atarH. -LoiilH Unlornioyor, In Gontiiry Masa. � * � ? ago. �� ' - ~-� �. * C* � � � � : SOCIAL EVENTS : A Jolly surpriseparty !(�>k pl;irc last night wlien tho frleii'l.- of Mr. , Hohert Sinilter who is h^iviiu- tor Rngland shortly to enter u >nHi.j-i, , stiidy t^- the ministry, nu-i at the, honiftj of .Mrs. Collier, who w:i;s llic lioHtOBS of tho evening, as.Hlsi.iul by , Mrs. W. 11. lloll and Mr;, W.Htley A beautiful gold-mounted fDiuil.ilii pen with ongrnved monogram .viui pre Hcnted to Mr. Strackor by Mr. Bert Collier as a fokon of hiB Mr. Kti-aUcr';-,; popularity among his frjen(!:i. A most enjoyable time, w.u s[ill to lOilward Watmnugh, el(Ii;H( hou of Charles Watmough, wiio is leaving for Calgary to Join the 1 irst iJejiot Uallallon, Alberta Regini' ir lo which he now belongs, being dov. u im luave Id finLsir seeding and disi im;. Mi-. Watmough received a nuinbir of lA-es-onts Including, wrist watc'i. lur^e silk handkerchiefs, pocket handlii'rcliietH, pockel Iiook, pocket knitf ami silver tea .S])oon. The party brr,!;.. dj) uliout 2..10. all haviniT had a goo;l time. Tho parents of Edwnul Watiuough wish to take this mean,'? to tiumk all friends and relatives fDr iriendshlii shown and their good wi.'lics on his leaving home. Nearly Ji'H liavo paid him a vlalt during this la'^t week. � 't- :� : * * o o > > > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? if III liiiiliiii�iiiiiiHilWiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiia(iiiiWiIMiiliii�^ ! .:. ? > : * ? c yard. From S to 5 p.m.- ALL ONE PRICE per yard AH Day Friday 121) pairs only Turkish Towels, size 42x22".- Sanitary and free from dressing. Ueg- r.!":.............40c All Day Friday I Until cleared oull 30 pairs only Voile nnd Marquisette CURTAINS In cream and ecru, with lace edges and Insertions. The regular price of fhe.se run.l up to f'i.Mi. lYlday only, o qq per pair ........... ^tuO All Day Friday Mls-ses' Kid Uluchers, with .McKay patent sewn sol'-'s. In palent or plain kid, with patent foe-cap.s. .Made from tho very best grade leather In the celeiirated "Classic" make. All sizes from child's to misses. Regular price $4. o OQ Friday only......... OtCitf All Day Friday MEN ! Here's a headgear offer you have never mot with before. All our NEW SPRING HATS usually Hold at $4.00, to ho sold on Friday only, O QQ for ................. ^�if(j This offer comprtsos our Now Felt Hats .In browns, greys, blues and blacks and the otter is open for FRIDAY ONLY, 12 only, BETTY TEAPOTS. A bribe to bring you into our Crockery Department. Regular price 60c. On Friday, for ............ AH Day Friday A Great Reduction in prices as exeiniilUied below will hold sway en an army of Charming Gowns These are our regular lines, everyone created for this Bea-Bon's wear and neofllesa to -lay ot moat superior material and tlniah. Ail the newest and desirable colors Including grociiB, raau\08, browns, navy, black, etc., etc. Tollorod In taffetas, sorgoB, crepe de ohenos. Kach one Individual and uxoluslve. FRIDAY'S PRICE $22.75 for............$17,10 $24.00 tor ........... $18.00 $B0.00 for ........... $37.50 A "Lucky Friday" Surely! 39c SUIT SALE ALL THIS WEEK RYLANDS & CO. A FEV/ SPECIAL ITEMS FROM A COMPLETE STOCK OF SEA-SONABLE MERCHANDISE WHICH WILL PUT ENTHUSIASM m FRIDAY'S AND SATURDAY'S SELLING. Every Cloth Suit At Huge Reductions NIGHT DRESSES 95c About tliroe dozen -white ilight droBBOs In good carabrlc. Neatly llnlshod and trimmed with good em-broldory edging. Made In tho slipover Btylo. Worth today QC/, 11,50, tor ______ : ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? '> rcei died yea-twday Irom Injuries �Dftca�d yesterday -momlag In an arlfttlon accident when Ueut. Hotntuitkn at Toronto was killed. THREE XILL�0. Benton Harbor. Mich., Jtay ,10.- Three members of the crew of a train on the Bucban�n Branch of the Pere Marijuetto wer� WUed and a score of paw�nceri Injured when the engine Jumped the track �nd tail over ..ah embankment ttvo miles -west of Buchanan late yMV;rd�y. RESCUED IT. With UiQ American Army In Franco, May 3H���(T!yi'tho ABSOcrlatert Press.1 '--Lieut, f>oug!aB Campbell of California, j\McHod a crippled British bombing machine .from twp German airplanoa which attacked It near the Toul sector today. Two patrols ot jAmorlcani airplanes had gone out to iirotoct (iharge squadron of boihblng IpJanee refcurulnr from a raiding trip. Don't Deceive Yourself You have nothing to gain -by putting oW your visit to the dentist. In fact you have oveyrthlng lo lose. Each day's delay but adds to the decay ot your teeth and the worse thoy become the greater la the coat of putting them to rights. Perhaps you are afraid ot a dental operation? Then let us reassure you, or rather, take your asaurancii'from tho thousands of our patients who without exception-testify to tho tact that- Dentistry A� We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott BHc, 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, - CALGARY OffFICe-'flSA EtpHTH AVINUC K. EDMONTON OFt^lCE-a CRISTaLl BLOCK.