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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBKK 'il, 1010 LRTIIBniDC.E DAiTVY HERALD PAGE SEVEN EXTRACTS FROM A LETTER OF CAPT. A. A. CAMPBELL, A Y. M; C. A. OFFICER nave .ibsoiuiLi; no inm-u i. __, your untiring efforts on our behalt. Any tiuie. you are near our billets I hopo you will ilroii in and sue us, and we shall all be delighted to see you. Yours sincerely, Sgd. K. C. HDDS W, Ma'or, Commanding 8th Ualtalio i Canadians. I am afraid Hie effect on myself will be that I can never sett'.o do' n to a law office again. 1 think if V Y has anything for me I will stick Historian Xearliv 1 have a with the ship. 1 am sure.tlw future on 1 ite be "go ono at Sewell in of the Y and the Church, is oammrg 'vhich Is a cimtcoii and where the young men much thought. I he J.IGV ovJlMV lianv thiuBs clieaper than peel .staggers me, when I 111 ilk of they can "i Bug and. Here, loo, I what must be done it these msii.n- mle a number of tables for lions are going to seize their opjior- n.ue gramophone and I tunity. It seems _ to me there ought. lliiVU iiuauiuiuij in..-.- i.- cstamimiB which arc certainly not wholesome. My principal plant litorallv the hub of the caran life, men naturally Bravltato there. I have Iho only Moving Picture House in Hie Corps, and every evening we two full houses. Very frequently wo Kilt on 11 rousing concert In place of a second house and sometimes wo would have world famous artists as Alexander Watson. Dramatic Kscjlor' nnd I'rof Adkliis, of Cnmbrldgo Uni- versity. Historian. Nearby 1 have a WE'LL HELP YOU HOLD DOWN EXPENSES Unusual Low Pricing In High Grade Clothes for Saturday Selling MEN'S 15LCE SERGE SOTS. Guaranteed Dyes. Prices _____. ______.. ._- .'.____ U! 1 X vniinir oiu., "v sometimes a piano .though I have not permanent one for it yet; of course 1 have one in tho Cinema and a I quantities of reading material. Out- side a basket-ball courl, a volley ball mm and I am working ona -nirt -md I TII just working on a would see u. i annum. uium minis' court II is tiio 2nd largest to he shipped over hero for a uld have v at least, take one of our til 1111} t Ll> m-jt to be a world-wlrto campaign for the church "with Uio churchmen :uul V. II. C. A. on HSR Rtimo platform; say, 1 wish you could have the ex- perience lire having hero would see it. I almost tennis cmm. n. of our plants. I ilropjiod into our Cinema bmiuay Eve- we always give the boys J reels of pictures and then start our song service, very few go out, the old Thatched Hoof Cinema sea s nvoi 408 end the fellows were standing at tho hack, how they sang, the same old Bvstem of what will we sing next bo; s and tho hymns were "Rock of "How Sweet the Same of Jesus "Abide With will ibR "God Be You Till Wo Meet etc. Now 1 do not for one "minute bOilcve that the circum- stances under which these men live have the effect or drawing them nearer to righteousness and Ood; the effect on the mass is tho opposite. Von can't make killing men your business without a very serious psy- Hiological effect; yon cannot wallow in clay your eyes and live in hell with- out damning the men who cause It; you become callous, hard: you cannot Iierd men In hay-lofts or small huts talk to him straight as man to man and cut off all tho finer things of life without drugging the mass down. yet the man .who. damns every- thing'In sight stays for the song ser- vice and doesn't often sneer when you Then I Uave a 20 x 10 hut in a neighboring camp. These with the task' of helns away with my Brigade they are out, running their Atn- hetuTField'DaVBV Concerts, etc., gives one .a Man's jot) with another mans job packed Ke a :housands of Canadian hoys Y.M.C.A. will bo the magic word, right after the war, if the biggest men on tho continent are using it. n. A few days ago 1 the of my bat ol, ,vhlle at least, take one of our Ulings For EAT SLOWLY, BUY IN QUANTITY DISCARD POTATOES, SAVE MONEY mastication as a factor in reducing cost of exis- tence was one suggestion announced today before the citizens' committee to investigate the' high cost of living, n. T1. Kiusey. who for years has lieen feeding students at Valparaiso, Ind., made tho suggestion. His list of recommendations made to the com- mittee, of which lie is chairman, in- clude: "Eat slowly; you don't eat so much as when you eat rapidly. "I3uv in large quantities. "Don't buy food put by in factory paper packages: you' can't eat paper. "Don't consume potatoes when they cost moro than 51 a bushel; eat rice ind hominy." John Dill iiobertson, health comrms- sloner, who appointed the committee, supported 'Mr. Kinsey's fourth propo- sition by suggesting that rice, hominy and apples ho substituted for potatoes and other high-priced vegetables. Mr. Kinsoy said that cracked rice was i just as nutritious and was very cheap, while cornnieal was among tho best and eheayesl of foo'ds. A letler from John S. Hopkins, rop respiting a Chicago wholesale grocer; lows: "I would like to thank you winter famine will follow. NilEN'S SUITS. In 1 weeds and fancy worsteds. and BETTER GRADE SUITS. Shown in all the newer cloths. Prices and Overcoat Weather You'lJ need an overcoat for the Cold Stormy Days. We lifive I hem in a large va i'iety of styles and cloths in (he betier makes. Prices TRIMMED OVERCOATS. Rubber interlined with German Oder collars or Persian Lamb. Prices MU'KIXAWAXD SHEEP LINED COATS. up. SWEATER COATS. Prices to Underwear Two ]iiiH-f and eoinbhialinus. Dr. Jaeger. Wolsey, Stan- True Enii and Watson makes. A1J weights and All at lower prices. High Grade Shoes Moderately Priced The Gco. A: Slater "Invictns" and Regal Shoes. and Other reliable make shoes in dress and work shoes. and Visit the "2" M's for 'Better Values in Men's Clothes. ,Southern Aberia's Greatest Clothing- House. KirUlMun Block Lethbrldgt Colder to-morrow! Be ready. Order one of these stylish, comfortable ulsters, EXOLUSIVB AGENTS THE "2" M'S BLOCK McSUIRE The first, of a series of debates takes place tonight when Lethhridge High school competes Against Medi- cine Hat High school. For the past five years the University of Alberta has been conducting a provincial d'e- liating league open to all the high schools of this province, tiie object being to stimulate an interest in pub- lic speaking. The trophy in this com- petition is a silver cup donated by tile Hon. A. C. Rutherford, to be held by the winning school for one year, Lethbridge was olio of tho first teams to enter, and was successful right from the start, capturing the trophy the first year. The second year of the competition Lethbridge Breached the final before being defeated. Tho fol lowing year they wero again suc- cessful In winning the cup, while last year they reached the semi-final fore, being defeated. Thus T bridge High schooi has made a name for itself debating, througho.ut the entire provlice. and it is.wit'l r thusiann and hope ror sucaev. that the local school has been busily pre- 11 lillK fot the com etition t i vet The subject chosen for debate is 1 esohcd tint tompul'on mi training should ne introdn? forth- with into the schools of the Dominion of and under pros condi- IE tions it is a slibic-ci wlilih ovary son iniereslod in the wsl'.lis of ada, siiuuiil hear. I The debaters representing Leih- bridge are. for the affirmative, Ko'iloi Van Haarlen and Normn am nild the negative Dorothy Mc- Nicboi and Myrl O'llaga i. Tho afthin- ative team goes to Medicine Hat. and the negative _team here (i compete against a :l sont froir, Medicine Hat. Consider iir the faci Nov. is reported that for ihe last three fir four years Uuu Battalion is to be quar- Ihe Hat team lias heen defeated by rercfl eilher Macleod or Calgary in- Lethbridge in the first round, Ilicro j Hed Deer, is no doubt but that The tic.bate io-j of Maclcod'si night will he the keenest one tiironsh- ;lrrived this morning out the provinco. from Englalll, He is on a, tiiree months' leave, owing lo wounds re- the the Oddfellows' hall under the nus- I pices of the Oddfellows. The Empress I orchestra were in attendance and a i jolly time was had. i otlghly interested. A request was made at the close of the meeting to form a committee to collect for the patriotic This was at once carried out as follows: I C D. Peterson, president; 0. Q. B. Mackenzie, secretary; Floyd Wilde. Geo." Dalilgreon and Wm. Wilde com- mittee. An estimate of S500 was and this amount, it is wiil he-raised before January 1917. nu show their Interest in the local eniiin Hnio encouraii-i ii___ i Welling. Nov. T. M. Tweedie, M.l'.P. of Calgary, and W. A Buchanan, M.P. of Lethbridge. held a patriotic meeting in the Welling district on Sunday last. Both men spoke forcibly, Mr. Buchanan upon, "Canada's part ill the and 51r. Tweedie dealing principally with the patriotic fund. In spite of disagree- able weather the meeting was well at- tended and everyone seemed thor- NO EMBARGO YET Washington, Nov. much agitation in its favor, President Wilson is not expected to urge an em- bargo on food exports in hia address to congress. Vetltions for some re- striction have been piling up at. tha White House for several weeks, ami it has heen predicted that a..deter- mined effort to have congress would be made soon after the ses- sion opens. i come back, speaks only of the cheery j Most people have taking Needless to say he is the hero vcrv few have bring back ways. j of the hour. The Junior Auxiliary oi the Christ I Cod, at O toood chinch u heUlla p-mhyj In itute coramenrement it m the 'i-.to "oroa'to. said it would be a inlstake to abandon higher university educi tion in war time. lise money for the church. The! iplendid sum of was raised. SA very successful dance was held in 'BRITAIN'S MODERN "SHIPS OF THE DESERT" me photograph -lion., a fleet of aimourcd motor earOn tlia desert in V 11 Minor bun into action. This type of vcuicla boon found very effoctivei against. "roomed before going Every man, who appreciates the fact that his personal appearance can be a busineit asset, will -appreciate the good style and good taste of Fit-Reform Suits. Call on us to show you'the new winter styles. .McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE ;