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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY/NOVEMBER 23;,191^ , ',  I for: BSVBral monUjB, loff ? ^t*OirtT of-mope ' ? ' ^ ' . . �   4 � Light ot rtopo, lit'by a lyind. divine- FdrfBaoh jdAtiK hour 1 :�' *v' We ilood thy power, � ^ And we pl-ay ^h�p now to sW'ne. bur laborp-'renew, Witn courage purBue, ' Bach task with Thy grac^ subUmcl ^ight'ot Hope. Tb^re are mou&taina ot care. . And'^heavy tlie load. j And tollBOme the road-^ , , fThy'presence can niako it fair. -'' It 111 ever bright, If "'We loolc arJght,> . > JWe'll see Hope shining everywhere. -dhrlsUna Warren Partridge.  / *  '�hO. h'aS been visiting ., ________________.... this tbi* 'her home in Vlknaouver. ' v:>,/,,4' � *.:�)�*�': * ;,y;c:.f3^  Mr. J., ^eatdon, of Plnch'er/ Creak,, was a' visitor In tho city t.i>arly la the Wwk, : ''!;r"Tukon to visit his 'tnother, Mrs.'Mary Jlose. Mr, Iloso gikesfifi'Mrfl. W,.,!3. Qrtyi has'rerl Is a'Wflll-knoWn figure hi the Yukon, tuTnia-froni'spe^dlhg seV^iral'.Creoles (having beBn ther� for over 30 years. in Calgary. , , . �� . t � ' / � . ; Mrar'^ames Douglas, who has been vlBltini/lif^ the olty with Miss Conn, ea rOUtfifrom Portland, Oregon, left this af^tertioonirtBr her homo In Medicine Hdt. ' \ ' Friends ot Mi*s. A, H; Denoon will regret to hear that she Is suffering from an attack of Influenza. John Denoon,! who has also been ^ 111, 1* now much tetter. . ; ' i >.r, Miss Henderson, of Plncher Creek, was a visitor in the city at tho beginning 6t the week. � �  . Dr. G. W. Leech, who was the victim of lan automobile adcldent yesterday, Ib .around ^agaln. today. "JVlrs.^W. A. W double advantage 1b found in the fact that ^ Dentistry As We l>ractiie It Is ^ Gentle Art Drs. Bruher, Richards & Nelson ' High ^ Doors fro^t�^ridg^Hdtel, UthEVipl^^ ^: ' ueTi^eiRiDQt^, aCb^rta . . J . * ' CALGARY OFVlCe-lisA.,ElOHTH-AVENUe E, ;/ EDMo'RTON office-SCRliTAUL BLOCK. '7. Ju9t to refii^ind yoix , , that if it,is anything in , pry 6ie^ni|ige^^ used once, making it as CLEAR* and PURE' as it wassbefore. Absolutely PjURE, SANITARY G^QUNE' fo^ EACH INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER. That is jy(^Kthi remembering. V Worn suits made to look like new. ' GiVe U5 a trial. " ' ' '' ^ �  4> � � ^ � � To visit the -Qlrls' Rest Room, at 81& Thir(^ avenue, south. Is to realize the great ^yosslbllltles of which these rooms form'the nucleus. The building has a most inviting rest room, nlcelr fumlshedla cosy style, heated by gas, and with a piano for tho use ot Its visitors. Upstairs are rooms to rent to girls desiring to make uBe>of th�in. . These Aoras are In charge ot Mrs.'Chaa/ MacKay; under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. Macr Kay has been the initial mover in this step, superintending the ftirnlsb-Ing of the rooms, giving up her whole: time to this >vork with wholehearted ent]iuslasm, and providing the girls with the use of a splendid player-ptano, which more than anything helps l!o create'a bright ami Inviting-atmosphere; ' Donations of furniture have, been sent through the klndne'ss of several ladies. It is /hoped tha,t frfom this will grow on established Y. |W. C. A., an institution^ which Lethbrldge has lacked or several years. It is pos: �lble that in the near \tuture a business lunch may be served to the girls, and in thd meantime it is a that is the reason I am quitting. There i''".^^ time ago he communicated are dozens of matters connected with IT^** the federal pollc/s In the west educational, policy about which I kn&w j'^'^ �^^'''} ^ ^^'""'^ �^ nothing, and 1 naven't tho tlma to I'^'^ '"""''^ from Gervais study and leafn what Is right in these cases." � � "vj "1 hope I.hsvfe made myself clear.'I feel that the education of our children In thl6 city, Uie^education of the titiz-ens of the future!'is too serious a business to'be left ;to a. hlt-or-mlss policy of men who,-though sincere In their efforts, are ^naturally wrapped up jn their own businesses. That is why I am agitating this matter, and. I think that, 'wit'li a'l election - in sight, it I OFfsoimES shoiild be seriously considered by the j electors of the city." LONDbN-^ any wish to .Nov. 23.-pisavowing intervonu in American criticism ot  the ivlait of President r Wilson to, Paris'^* yhfi Times . says that his 'preae^cejMn Paris is much desired. ' ' �' -,.,,.,,VPresldent .Wilson," it sa:ys, "has done inestimable services to the al- WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.-The Seriate finance committee in revising; the -war bill  planned today to cut off another half-billion dollars-through reduction, of 'the miscellaneous taxes. Through lowering of house rates on semi-Iuxurlos, gasoline and tobacco and through elimination ot the proposed tax on costlf articles ot clothing and merchandise, the conV-niittee yesterday reduced the toti^l . yield of the measure by approxl-jmately halt a billion dollars. Decision on the proposal made to Secretary McAdoo and recommended by Chairman Simmons to Include in the bill the revenue plan for 1920 is yet to. be. reached, the committee having deferred, action yesterday. lied cause. |, jHlSlfeatoe^ one to aad already many girls have voiced their appreciation of some place:to f0b](?8t:^i^d4De;. �^'/'W'~ \.' ~J^Xm^> 'JIIrd;^!H5�pKaF,has ttot forgotten'.aio �ay$vW8it'.81>**-a- similar,-'lY-; :;wjPi? s'u,chAa jpteksaat place, to, lidr yfV^n in f. Btrahge 'city,' ai^ from .berr-appte-elation,of',tliosfe',dayi will, do aJl her power to'speed on its eutarge-mont. She issues .a hearty;;'i'ifi'vlj;^"-tion to all girls,.to come and',sp.^ml n evenlrig or to drop In while,7walt-Ing for ft car; That It 'Is alreft'dlir popular Is. evidenced bj^L'the fact that a merry parly of High school girls topk the place by storm on I'hifrB^ day and spent an evening ot 'Mil there. ^ V * .>  * >' *"> � � *5'# * ,. * GENERAL * ^ 4>4> �>|�> > � 4l ^ Britannia rules the waves, but Italy takes first plaoe in giving'the world .it? first qualified woman ocean captkin. The pioneer is Miss Ellso Belluomini, a native of > -VilMuge^o, Italy, who lias completed -her'tlnill examinations and is.janxious .io.^'erv^ her couhtry. Though?, -bom^ roared among seafaring. folk,;iUer ftra-biUon to be a sailor was greeted w'itn rldioulo by her friends. 'Finally through the sympathetic intervention of an old sea captain, sh'e, '^was accepted by the marlttrao .'aUtbdrities and Jater by special depreo',w^B permitted to take a course in thfl'i? Nautical institute at Vlaregglo. ..The Mariners' Union .'then objected ,to admitting ^iwomat}, but perseverance triumphed, and she received her,master's license In the oceau-goiug trade. Miss" Florence Bullard,; ft Red Cross nurse, who served throiigii.the Sols-sons campaign, and later at Chateau Thierry, has been cited for the French War Cross. "For.ittjiis reasim awe ' hope ..'.that, , partr controversy-win not iir6v( ronto flreoJeii and fr sat;IjliWSttced, gripiwd  "The young m�h who vo^nnUered  in�velol� astsitlnesi. lo demonatrate t|>$ Vocalion for mei "Then I tri�*, the 6r.|nol�jJhS / chose as iiis first record bi, 'Ave;' . y**"]'T **P�*"�1�ir'f?- ^ Maria" played "^by Eugene Ysay*."' .Iww* �(ntai��ih abpafJ. I'^drew't^e ' ' ' - � ' ^, tone to a fine piMi "The-Voealion sounded the firstf iUoit�-fnjlle�tVoli) notes >, the voice p^tl^e ' tones th,� ypc^Uo^^.jraa-bringing! l>av�4>een completely from t&e iracor^Jww'lrae violin tones -neii'e of the rlchneis, thi is new ?ad ,Woa4eriiii-S.tfiii ' 6�ph,'lbe Aeblian-Voci^^o^]^^',, AEOLIAN -VOCALIQ!^ , V.'olnWt� yfld^to come in md t��t the Dei-ferfloB pf Its reprpduct&nfc'vv j::'r i;t , prices, ieeiAND up I WILUS PIANO Cp.. ^ 5. H. C. C. Salmoii, Manager 2 ;