Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHHIUIKiK UA1T.Y FAGIi FIFTEKN MADE IN CANADA ingredients of Baking P6wfcr', itii etiig qualities m per- feet, ud it k fSrmn Made In Canada Cloud sliacJowB fall ncroso Ills grave; fj iilaco. is services, school. Wlio g'adly on truth's aliar tlung [ills Ille, so freedom's Hag intent wave. 0 river, In Hie aun, you torget, when loved BO well? List What Iho whispering Pino trees I "lie conies no more, hie lltu Is done." The fragrant Summer hosts are tar lA-iiQvn the paths he longed to Iread Yet, where the battling nations arc, !llc sleeps with the heroic dead. Wlio dies for freedom lives for aye, And like a ruddy beacon 'llnhic, Tho deeds of heroes. light the way, To honor and their country's fame. Coltiuliouu. ft -PIM'ONAb December I. Thci'O In: ITU'itrs ot mi Sunday ilin Jlc- Mrs Carter's tettlon u! 'will meet with tliu al licr home, IMS north on Monday evening in 8 o clock lor tho final meeting Irefun- iniiintirali; tile bravery and saci'ilicii of licr heroes lae great war. and IjeltcYlnB ll'al this sacrifice has made in order lo furliicr urc. and to give freedom ol well us action, be It resolved that will '.he Matin-sis Cluu go on record as favoring a IMnK lucmorSal In tin; form of a public library, to Include a Hail of Kainr-, where HIE name of tvory man cnllsilui; from I.ethbrldge shall inscribed, and where the col- lection ot war troimlns and historic documents may be properly cared business meeting was fol avenuu lowed by a very iDtercsllriR lecture I iiaar. Mr j D Ilielnljotham on and Its Mr. Iliglnlioinam gave 'his liearerb a very vivid picture Home, Its vaslncsB, Its Ircasn ol its rums. the The Next-of-Kin will In ,jlc magnuiceiif u. Oloosi! Hall on Monday livening, In--1 vaal )m'C been Umber 8, at T.'IO. Members are I (n) from undcr ot dust lu asked to have Ihelr children's names ]lc ,oli ot wonderful and :iKC3 wrlttcn.-rcadv [or handing of Homo, built from the a to tlie secretary. ruins of Nero's palace, erected by tlie captive from Jerusalem, which WEDDING'S r. 'Jl A very pretty wedding, solem- nized prosenCs Of-a few .friends Ihe home .of.iue parents, Mr and.Mrs. Angle, ot Wtnntfred, on ovctilnu, November: when Ihelr daughter. Eva Orphin, ivas united in mairlaga to Mr Hoy Marl Huff, the Itcv. II. C. Woods olficlatlng. Al C o'clock, the strains of-the wedding march, played liy MisS Jnn'e Woods, the young ounle 'entered tlio. rocrai, the cere mony taking place bcncatll a wreath ct morning glories with large bell Hiispende'd trora the cenlro. tlie rooms being beautifully decorated 'In nndi while. The bride Booked jyery lri u Inndsome" ivhHe (ilk ivilli lace llounclnE.trlmmcd w.llb pared by mother pare y guests departed, wishing Mr. and ilrs. Hull a long and prosperous lire. The brldt Ss one ot Wlnnllred Mrs. E. Armi'trpuB-'returned yester most popular young ladlas, moved here with'Jier ii rs. rmi k a twfi.fngntlis-, vlsll to To having! cities. ironto and other'Ontario'cities, ml t She lias by her j shep'h'erd ahd two chtj uulel loving dlsposlltoBl 31rE' b' J' won a ol friends, who w'sb her ill the Joys of life. "the" hsve' beau vislttag several The regular meetings of the Msllie- sls Cluh will bo resumed next week, when the History and Current Events section will meet with Mrs. McClena- guan on. Tuesday atternuon at 3. The music department will meet on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. 'jtolti! at 8 o'clock. RED CROSS NOTES vatlon; down wliicli the legions ot marched in olden da3'B on their to tue sea; the ruins ot the Claudian acqueduct, and tho Catacombs, -wliere millions o[ bodies -were- burled, and made up of from 500 to 700 miles o passageways. Somo very beautiful pielures werp nlso shown of the won-1 derful arches for which Rome is nolcd, Iho Arcli ot Constantlne, the Arch ot Titus.' and others. The slides wblch had been obtalned'from the Alberla. University, were verj: l highly respected and a young farmer from much enjoyed, and helped to'. Illus _ _.e ...klnl. Mr TJiplt] nev. Kaliier Bldcault, Wlio has been Tlie Red Cross rooms arc opening ircgon. On account of the recenL spread ol progreBsine favorably. He P S accon the, -Invitations vyblch would r. y ty. X" fi Do not set tlie faea that the end "ol the war 'mcan3'rtho'l'end ot food, saving. Today not "only "our soldiers i land allies must be "if vanquished tertlTories and even ome of Ihe otol "of something.-like people in all. Food' joonserVatiou 'jnuat go on with adde'd'S'igor. Win- er is Itte season 01 J115 Own 1.11-l.uli.a conclusion a hearty o[ thanks was moved, and tendered lo -Mr. llig'rabolham by Mrs. McClenaghtiii prosidcnti also thanks wero "tended o Mr. Mc.Kenzlc, who lielced In the use of the slides. Those present appreciated the, Invitation given by the Mathesis Club enabling-them to liave" Ihe 'privilege of attending this Interesting and instructive By an overwhelming majority the people of Western Can- ada have decided that Blue Ribbon "Mountain tea is the best1 Ask for i Iw'r diyT'eTroijte from terraories and even Saskatchewan to Toronto, where! they will- reside .in ton, Jpurtiil. v. L 1J ...J i The liorao 61 Sirs: Ferguson, Sev- Jenth avenue Eoutb, was the scene of I very pleasing event, when Mrs. Me Clare, nho'-is iMving shortly for lh< Uoast, was siirprlsed 'by the firls o her Sunday school class. 'The. eve ning was most enjoyably. spent in music, dancing and recitations; Be fresbments by Mrs. tar- by 'Miss Rhena Mc- Queen Before departing MI'S Blssetl presented Mrs. McCK'ro-ivlth HATHESIS CLUB FAVORS LIBRARY v v flrphans are Calling--- IH RESPONSE ARE HOLDING IN THE (DFEJLLOWS1 HALL, ON v 'AT O'CLOCK"