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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMUIiSDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1018 Vo-u' -'-can cite take our word for it, or experiment for yourself, but you will BLUE RIBBON TEA is in a class by itself-Try Cily Should Ascertain Slalus of This Granl, Hays Presi- dent Marnoch "Wllal's llio position, ei! Iho Car glo library grant at Hie nresonl lime" asked President Manmi-h of Board of Trailo Lhla mornliif all tMa discussion of libraries, inoiiu- mcnta, club LulldlneH anil on. It wouli bo Just, aa well If knew where we Blood with regard I'l (lie grant oiice offered tiy tlm 'Carnegie library fund." When IhU was passed ilons lo Mayor Hurdle lie etucil tlial PHONE 12M i during" iho when matter Miss Edna been taken ui> with Iho Carnegie at Denlahawn. company with two other girls of. the pund, Hie imswer was thai company w samo school louring United States Jlr Wa3 wlthlioldlnB nil suli- and Canada this toaeon with Mus acriptionB during the war. That Is OUH SEA 'J Yliat Is HI Benin. Miss Edna Malone ,no matter stando now. he remembered as Ibfl oololst m maj.or considering whether vrould bo well lo open Iho lM In which every department of this big store offers fresh new stocks of h.Bhest grade W'l at wonderfully low stronglyemphas.e the fact that it means much money saved to shop at Clarke s. '3 Including Every Trimmed Hat in This Store Without Reserve. Regular mato the wordc and llio clearance In the iiotstbl.i 7hnc. AlTarr, beautiful and wluBls-o American anil French patterns. unnnr-sttousbly ll.r r'ollccllon shown Ihls season. eOCIAL EVEIITl Tlic Sea! Our own home'land, Ihe Sea! Tis. as It always was, and still, pleasu Gnd, will be When we aro gone, Our own, Possessing It for Tliee, Ours, ours, and ours alone, Tho Anglo-Saxon Jii'a. The slrlpliM, moon-shining, naked bosomed Sea. Xcw suns and moons 'a.rlse; 1'jriirti bltl> tlynasitcs: Forever rise and ilk (lie centuries Only remains Ihe Sen, Our right of way, the Boa us It alv.-ays wai. and please Coil, will be, When we aro gone, Our own, Our heritage (ram Theo. Ours, ours, and ours alone, The 'Anglo-Saxon Sea. The suggestion is .put forward cr Callfonila friends. that the Idea of buiiainB should lie droppeJ i nl Mrs for the time being, but that in iho On Tuesday evening Mr. and ilrs- suould get together Jack Hooker wero surprised when ft doion friends called at their home on nth street to spend the evenl honor ol Mr. Hooker's-blrlhday. teen hanila of whist were played nlilch refresumentB wers served. Tb9 ladies prizes woro won mer (1st) and Mrs. Tu------- l while Mr. Wood won genllemaus first land Mr. Greenall second. The con- 'solaLlbiu wenl to Mrs. Earl Hooker and Mr. John Hooker. This, was luecuiiLi'ic i-jiii.t..- _ in an effort lo build up a library, so it tho books would lie ready when; library Is built. The Idea u aslderatlon is.to.ask nate a hook to Ihu proposed library a Christmas ottering, (he library to housed In llio Y. M. A. wilh a likely :i; lo- liuruiiau in mbltc committee will be called shortly to discuss Ihls plan. still. an owed by selections and songs. guests departed at a late hour tfler very enjoyable, evening CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Our good, gray, (allhful, Saion-lov- i Ing Sea.. 1 Alfred Olllv'anl. f y o -PERSONAL-, i- A Mrs. Jlaucl Thompson ol Cardslon la oC Mr. and Jlrs. M. W. St Patrick's church baiaar will be of De- cember'4, as..amio'uncod yesterday. The itajor Jack Itoss Chapter I. 0. D E will meet at Mrs. HOdley's, 410 south Saturday evamiiK at 7.45 Sharp. 'A The Junior -choir practice o! the United Church will be held at rni.r four and prac'.ke at the liomo ol Mr. nuehes, 12C3 5th Avenue, on Friday night at s o'clock. '1 Them will be o prayer meeting scr-'j vlco In the Baptist church tomorrow I night at S o'clock. IB c 4 St. Mary's church will liohl taelr IhanksgivluiT service tor peace ou. Sunday. Tto clioir' will- iiraV4 tlco Friday evening In the church par- lor A full altenibnce is desired. The A. O. J': Court Slar Intend-hqltl-; Ing ihe'lr postponed, dance on Kridiiy.' Dec. 6-in the K- PAliall. it Mrs Rosewarn's section al UIB Re- b'ckahs'will raset with .Ihe eiecutire at her home, 505 olh Avenue, tomorrow. LISLE HOSE In black; brawn, and white, lifgular 5flc value HEAVY. SILK HOSE in 7 O nil colors, KcE-alar 51-00. I PI- FINEST SILK HOSE'in plain -and' strlpee- Regular p'uRE CASHMERE 'H03E. nebular 81-OD, for SU'EDE :Lisi.t GLOVES, in while back. etc. Keg- 'ular --SltKT-'iaeCE "HOSE, various colors; laren DURING THIS SALE. iv. nun., uniiccl cnurcu win oc uo.i. at her home, 505 olh Avenue, o'clock In the church tomorrow, ami Lt at 8 o'clock tor the final meeting been 111 Choir practice al 3 o clock in whlch will be held !lnj lav- tha churcli. December