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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE FRIDAY, Cifpt, Gilbert Nobbs Does Not 'Allow BiindnesMo Pre- vent Happiness Europe's Triangle WOMEN ENGINEERS man who Is achlev- ug something which seems almost' mposslole arrived In the city yester- lay. He is Captain Gilbert H. Xobhs Sydney, Australia, a totally blind n-ar hero, who Is on a trip around the vorld alonol Captain Nobbs lost Tils, eyesight at :he Somme, when a German snipper shot him across the front of the head, leaving him totally Wind. He is at present connected with tho firm of Ltd., as foreign and :olonfal agent The Captain, although' maimed In this terrible way, nas a cheerfulness which surpasses that of many of his more fortunate comrades. He laughs and Jokes and proves the statement "of Sir. Arthur Pearson, that the happiness of a blind man is lo be found, in constant and liant activity.. Plays Golf, Too! have-lately, hecomi} a very thuElastic .said' the Captain' to .The Globe' last night. "I learned H'isho'rt while "ago; that a brother officer in South Africa had also lost his''Eight in the and when; 5 learned'that ..he also had.taken'" up golf, I at once wired to England and made .arrangement's for the world's champion golf he said laugh- "I am doing fairly well. I haro come.unaccompanied from Australia, and hi about a week's time I am golnfc to Australia by way at Europe, the Suez Canal awl India....... 'The blind officer lias an Interesting jnijitar.v record. He served for many yeajs tn this the. Queen's Own HeglraenL' At the outbreak of the .WEr he enlisted 'with'; the- London lilfles, and with that regiment he -went to She front.- At the earnest request o? the dlan Red Cross, Mr. Herbert Hoover, Director-General of Relief for Europe. en behalf of the Allied Nations, caine ,o to launch tha appeal on ichalf of the. British. Empire War Relief Fund. That fund ;is. being raised throughout-the British Empire lo. combat disease and distress in Europe. Th? Canadian Red Cross through all'its provincial divisions, will make the appeal In Armistico weet j .N Mr: Hooter, who is recognized as the best authorityin the world upon European -conditions, spoke with tha fauiet" convictio'ns of.one whose.-mes- sage iraa sufficient in itself. In commencing-he said he felt some em- barrassment" leit his presence in Canada might ba misinterpreted as urging the Canadian people to further sacrifice. He.-said he realized lha't the sacrifice of the Canadian people, individual'by individual, had been far in excess of that of his own people, blit said he knew.that the charity of the Canadian'heart was inexhaustible, and he felt there woiild.be no i.esenlment against coming .to discuss -with them (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Nov. Mrs. Ball Anna-? left last for Warner, where they Intend, to resld' -rT-Mrl- Thompson 'returned fi tis holiday at -Minneapolis on Satur- r Guild ict the .United church will hbiakhelt "bazaar ;vemhef.' Chicken- supper. -will be scry- 'M'.jiy.-the ladies." The Catholic ladies'' aid will meet afternoon. problem that. confronts the western hemisphere towards the east.1 The Greatest Problem "To. Mr..Hoover said, greatest problem of; the human heart In the-world to-day is this problem of a myriad of .waifs and orphan hungry, children through Eastern and Central Europe. The -slaughter ol 'fifteen million'-men could not ;bul have left: millions, of h'elpless hungry children in its, tracks, and upon their weil-beiug must -depend: the ing There are. literally millions of children in those countries sunk so Ipw.in destitution that .they cannot b'e absorbed? They must re- The; TJ. F. of A. gave a" box social .Wednesday night .'at 2-lS achoo) "jfouie. H! CV Griffiths made a trip -to Leth- Bridge on Tuesday. Bartram and children expect to leave shortly 'for an extended visit 'to England. i if Mrs. ManSeld-retnrnEd to her home: .in Montana" alter visiting Ker JBister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Coales left on Monday for a trip to Calgary. To Mr and Mrs. Frank Hum- Monday, November 1st, a son. Messrs. Prank Smith and .Arthur Barrows left on Frfday'to attend the A FACTORY With tha announcement t the rbrmlcg In' the Midlands ol tee VUanllc Company Ltd, women lu Enj- aud have fornialty and definitely? .esi- tsred the nd daiigater KdtV eon lelt oh'Monday for a visit Tyitli icr sister Mis. Simpson at Bawlf. Mr.- Madden spent the weeb end: at- Lethb'rijge. Mrs. Jos. Young and son of Leth- >riilge, were business visitors in town ast wfeBk. The Women's Institute -will be enter- Alned at the home of Mrs. H. L. Thompson next Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Sutnner of Calgary..was a busi- ness visitor In town last Friday. Miss VaUeta Albrecbt entertained number of her friends at a hal- iowe'en. party last Friday'night. The Women's Inttltute gave a five hundred-party in'the schoorbn Mon- day night jWhich was attentled by many eager pleasure-seelcers. The first honors were -won by Mrs. Otto Gcsslehian, consolation -was -won by Mr. Ernest Barrow. A dainty lunch ,was served-.by committee.al-tho cdnclndon.'' Miss Burrows, Intermediate teach- er, expects' to' leave shortly for On- tario, being called through the illness of her father. There's a; Bob Long Glove for Every Job Lumbermen .Elsclrlclniis Slone Ltncram Stnelters XouMcn iclclayen rpcalers Carp If your GioTe if not listed bcre, roar dealer BOB LONG UNION MADI GLOVES Made Ky slcitled worlcmen from' ftrongeit leather obtiiatbk Wft pliable. R- G. TORONTO KtuvH frim Coait -j' T Evening Dress Par Excellence Good tailoring and true artistic cutting is absolutely necessary in full dress clothes, that is why when needing a suit of that kind the discerning man insists on Fashion retaining style, Costs no more than the nondescript type. 394 shops in Canada sell this brand. LOUISKEEL LETHBR1DQE Cutting Your Clothes Cost 'Usually when you Economize you've got to be satisfied with something not quite so good. It's just the opposite with clothes, for >-eab ecoiwrny in clothes comes only from high the kind that .ahy.ays look better. ttOTHES ARE THAT KiND The faultless tailoring, all wool careful long econ- omy into them, and they are the smartest looking clothes you will find. DESIGNED BY STYLE SPECIALISTS These are clothes that will give any man re- turns for his money both good looks. Then our prices on these "Better Clothes" are higher than you mil be asked to.pay for cloth- ing of a lower standard in quality.'_ QUALITY SUITS These suits are shown in.a wide range'of new pattern cloths, in fancy grey and iSfown tweed mixed, .plain and fancy worsteds, in two and three- buttoned, single and fitting coats are the correct styles for the high waistline effect and belted models have gone. AND BLACK Extra specials in men's suits at These are ex- ceptional values, and will. wan-ant your early -inspection. OVERCOATS Made Ml'SIALfc Men's Tweed Ulsters, in greys, browns and blues, with storm collars. Plain or belted models. flJOK to Priced at Three-quarter length tweed coats for A O to young collars, belted wrrO SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE OF MEN'S SHOES, SWEATERS AND JH! HATS FOR WEEK-END SELLING Dress Shoes, black, guumetal calf, Reg. flJO AA Saturday box calf leather lined. Bin. Bal Reg. r A Saturday .75 Fiske's American Shoe, in black and daik tan. Glazed kid and calf leathers. Reg. Saturday i...... Men's gunmetal calf Bin.- Bals. Reg, Saturday Brown Calf Bfu. Bala. Regular price A A A Saturday Any pair of Ge'o, A. Slater Shoes, in black calfs, velours and vici kid. Regular Saturday Any pair Ge'o. A. Slater Shoes, in tan. Regular OK ,8'aturday tD 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on: all weight Coat Sweaters day only. x 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all Felt Hats Saturday only. 'HOUSE SLIPPERS Fancy colored House Slippers, in felt. colored Pelt' Slippers, n brown and wine shades. Price Napa Buck House Slippers, Price pper O You can by buying clothes .50 Black and Chocolate Kid Slippers. Price Jaeger's Pure Wool House Slip- ami McKELVIE THE "2" M'S McGUIRE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;