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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAT. APRIL 3,1920 THP LETHRRTDCE OAILY HERALD PAGE TWENTY-ONE are among the earlieat uttlers of nual Husbands entertainment on the a happy termination thnrsdar even- Mr. fflwt^ii Alien la;,�!!'� buRln^BS trip to the eiUti ^ ^ Mt.. B�ri .Bftnff, ''Of Cranbrook,' 1* holldayinf in, the city. Mr. and' iirs. Oeo; B.'JMaokay and family are, jjpehdlnjr'tiia^EkMter' Taca" tlon, at B9f.,weeks with her daii�literf"Mhi.'pr W, B, Jiryaus, leaves tottonrow.; lor^Iitr ;-;taonio in BmpresB. '� � Mr. and (Mi's/James J. Gouzene, Detroit, Mioh., ate' Kuesta ,at the home of thefrdai^ghtisn M(i;ai Peter liund;: 1611 6th ^ve, S. Mr. and Mrs.- Couzens Chatham, Ont. All the members of evening of April ISi their family are now* resld ng In De- allim^Wbers will to. trolt ,etcept. Mrsi liand.-i .Three sons .'tb/attoiid:the enjoy are tonneoted with ^he Highland Park '   .6tate.;Bank,4one of ithe.largeat iliian-: ' Me ii'^sum of tw leave rsbo.rtly for ;an; Extended trip to .Scotland. ' i �Ttfr: i^. Terrllrfdr tbeir co-operation Hon. Preaident-Mrs. W. McClnre, in^iiiKlhg th� teanb* auccesB It was. I>thbrid�e, ; ; ' �  r I PreBlderit--Mrs. D. S. McQueen, EM- /�OwWg to .unforaeen*'circumstances, wonton. tb� JBi^ed conc�!rt"jChetlule* for the Fl^st Vice-President-Mrs. ,]Rowe, ^MaJ^^^ttc tbeatrb "olS Easter Sunday Calgary. ' ev�i�fi�g. baa bank' iiWpsforred to the Vice-PresldentB-Mrs. McLeod, Mrs, McNidhol, Mrs. MacDonald, Mrs. iMc J Friends will be pleased to he^r'thaff^ �Mr. H. ;C. Moore Is .recover.ngfri^m: Ills recent serious illness and bpera-tion. ped Cream, 70e OILED -Las of Lamb, aux Capuo'ne Capers, BOc ENTREES . Grilled Veal-Chopa with Aeparagus Tipa, 60e - ^. 'Baker Sugar Cured Ham, a la Chateaubriand, 60e French ToastCB and Crabapple Jelly, 40c ROAST iYounfl Turkey, Fresh Cranberry Sauce, 76c ......Prime Ribs oi; Beef, Yorkahire Pudding, 60c Leg of Veal, Sage jDreasltig, 45a Lag of Perk, Apple Sauce, 50c VEGETABLES .. Steamed and Maahed Potatoea with OlQner. 5 Cream Cauliflower, CTe Sueeotaah., 2Sc DESSERT Steamed Fig Pudding, Sweet Sauce, w'tb Dinner. I Apple Pie, 15e Hot Mince Meat, IBe KIPKBY'S UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT DINNER Easter MENU Tomorrow 11 to 8 O'CLOCK soup Cream do Valaille ala Alexandra with dinner. Chicken Soup 25o Cream Tomatoes 25c . Mock Turtle 2Bc Vegetable Soup 25c RELISHES Sliced Tomatoes 25c Sliced Cucumber 25c Green Onions Sat; Cekry en Branches 25c Stuffed Olives 25c Queen Olives 20o Missd Pickles 15c Chow Chow Pickle., 15c FISH Boiled Spring Salmon, Paulette Sauce ......................... 45i: Fried Wliltetish, Ma'tre do Hotel............................ 40c Grilled Halibut Steals, Sliced Lemon.......................... 40c Steamed Finnan Haddies, Drsiwn Butter ....................^ 40e SAiLAD S,hrimp Salad with Mayonnaise......................... 50e BOILED Boiled Shoulder of Lam'b ala Prlncease ........................ 45c Boiled Young Capon, Sauce Bechaue ..............t........... COc ENTREES Fillet of Beef larded ala Perlcord ............................ eOc Veal Cutlets Breaded, Tomato Sauce ......................... 50c QueencUes de Homard en Patties ............................ 50 fi Bralzod Pork Spare Ribs Remoulade.......................... 45c Chicken Liver Saute and Casses............................. r,Oc Hamburger Steak, Smothered In Onions ...................... 40c roasts Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus..................... GOu Stuffed of Chicken, Pan Gravy........----.................... Sirloin of Beef, Brown Gravy ...... 40r, Legs of Veal and Dressing.............i....................... 45r, hoga of Mutton with Jelly....................---- 46e SPECIALS '.l -.x-i ; Tlic Yale Special Steak ..................... 70c Fried Spring ^Chicken au Jointed.............. fiOc Pod-k Teiiderfoih, Country Gravy ......... ..;. ' 75e Egg BehfedJcUne ...............,.........---- 60; G.rilled^''Veal Chop, Shoestring Potatoes ____. COo ' ' � cold'meats BGof iiSi' 'Ham 50c � "Tongue 45c Vonl 40c ��� Chicken fiOc Head Chce&e 35c Pickled Plg'.a Feet 35c, and Potato Salad VEGETABLES Maohed 6r, Steamed Potatoes. Succotash with dinner. DESSERTS Steamed.Washington Pudding with dinner. French Cream Pie ---- 15c Custard Pla.............. lOc B'pi^il;dream ,Plo .,.. ...' 15 V� ^�4>4i^�'4* �'�' McBae. ' married and whANQUET  Dredge, Camrose, .-> ' > Life membership secretary- f::*,#;''�'>-** ?;#-:Iast ni^^ to Strangers secretary-Mrs. . J. S. Cfelebratc the nlnth"llBliOial banouet of; Stewart, Lethbridge. iMra. Robert Livingstone was sum- the B'g Brothers class of the church.! Supply secretary-(Mrs. M. O. Har-moned to Calgary on account of the Young people held sway during the Wp, Calgary. serious Illness of her mother. hour and a halt allotted tor the festl- Advisory board-Mrs. Geo. Brem- * " . vites. and enjoyed a good meal and ner, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Fullerton, Mrs. Mr. R. C. Basterbrook, of Cowley, is music. i Ross, Edmonton.' a holiday visitor in the^ city. | Coasts were rendered by young women and men. W. R dpath was toastmaster and did not waste time getting down to business. No speeches of groat length were given. The toaat T , a,,*�___�__> �� to "Our Church" was proposed in a Stfnda^d Bank in wSel is a visU ""'"^ ^' P*"""" ^'"^ Standard Bank In Winnipeg,, is a visit- answered by J. D. HIglnootham. Mr. ^ Dcnoon pointed out the duties ot the Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Curlctte, of Calgary, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E3. Terrill. ,� * *  i or In the city. ? *  EASTER FOR THE KIDDIES  (Contributed) ,1 wonder Will It have been the happy Ml- in.., TT.*,., ., ___.Ai__- young people ot the church In regard privilege of any of the readers of this Miss Eva Button is spending a few ^J^^^^ g^^,, tj,^ ,^,g ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ Washington, the Capital of the Un- days at the home of her sister, Mrs. , ri- A M -----it__ , tULlOll. Dr. A. H. Coffin, Coronation. er lb. .... ......;.. 40c Sugar Clierrie$,^iw.rof ' .    * ..... 50c The Year Before Ua, Leech answered.  * *    . ,W; M. 8. CONVENTION ?  There amidst all the Snring beauty on the Hill, I got;fay first peep at the happioRt picjture tbave ever eeeo and I. hope to see it a�;aln soon. * Hun. dredr all the youngsters under 10 years. yMr, 471-members, g^^,^^^ the egg fun there will be I 3S pnmea and stories, etc. Mother and Mrs. V. C Dunning, of Barons, arid three sons, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Whiddlngton.  �  Mr.: T. R. Watson, manager of the parcels are sent out monthly to homes ^^i^^^^^^ r JTM^o^i^i and Sunday schools. Hymn books yr*"^ ^ afraid a fee must be . Were provided for a mission church in B. C. Supply work receives a ready re- charged as Bunnies are dear this year, ^tT^A�tA ; �f nnoTr^r Aihor � i� sPOtise; 21 bales valued at $632.32 sent In 5 Vncfo^T^iM^L^^^^^^^^ Indian schools; ?371 expended on spending the Easter holidays in the ;, Alport- Thu city. hospitals and homes in Alberta. This includes a special gift ot .$253 75 to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Huntley, of Seven ^t'"'"'-"'^?!'"^ Persons, are visiting with Mrs. George in Edmouton. H MacDonell � Lterature depository m Calgary re- �� - , , ports sales amounting to 1197.68, and Miss Audrey Fox, of Calgary, is an increas ng denaand for our mlssion-v-sltlng at the home of her uncle, m^. ' - Geo. H. Stacey. Mr. E. E. Miller and R. E. Allison, of the Coca Cola Co., left this afternoon for Winnipeg to attend- a convention of Copa Cola o.ficials which opens at 10 o'clock Monday. Representa ary 'textbooks and supplies. We gladly report as new organizations 10 auxiliaries, 2 associates, 2 Y. W. auxiliaries, and 9 mission bands; 292 n^w members, with increase in auxiliaries of 396; .total, 688. Adult membership, 1.539; juniors, 895. Mrs. Peattle, of Olds, gave a most excellent tives will be present from all of the ^i'^f ^I^'^^l'-^;^'^'^^^.Tmii^^^ plants in Western Canada and from ^ the home plant in Atlanta. Oa.  *  Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Fair have taken up their new resdence at 413 14th St. S. The house v.-as forme-rly occupied by Mr. Albert Ives.  *.  Mrs. G. C. Cope has as her guests, her mother, Mrs. J. L. Couey, , and daughter, and-Mr. and--Mr,?, S. M. Couey, who have been visiting In Pert-land, en route to their home in High River. *  * Miss S. Scott, of Bassano, formerly of this city, is an Easter guest with Miss Ueglow. *  * Master Hume A. Lethbrldge arrived from Calgary today to .spend the Easter holidays �in the city. Mifes.Doris Nevcaux is spending her Easter holidays ;n Olarrrath with her sister, 'Mrs. A; BaWerson. Mrs. Podger is .sivending the Easter v/itli her daughter, Mrs, R.'A. Crawford. > ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? -> Rjtck;:.'EiectrlR Paclalfe. � ' -larcej Waves, Frehcb -;3P|t�.k.--''Bjectrlp. F^ials. /, Wn remove S^perfluoua Hairs. Shampoqi6U,�i�d'9 . " �.���^ : ,, ; Ail Will enjoy Eastcf M6n8^y. a,: big lot and the time is 3.3ft BbaVpEJaSter Monday in the afternoon. Bring your baskets. . A, Subscriber. RUSSIAN PEASANTS ;^v# f ROLLING IN WBAiUTJiii ' "THE 'rfAGjJBJ, April 2;r4.jiu8Sian peisants :de�ert fromi.tb�;i4te%#n�3r; at It^ery opportunity ahd'''gb"HicF t6' their villages where-t.hpy>-.Barn~jnore money than they ever before dreamed of earning, asserts the correspondent of thei Amsterdam Handelsblad who recently visited Soviet Russia. Nobody thinks of shooting them for desertion. "For the little they cultivate on their own soil people brln^ them whatever they want-gold, gramo- phones, clothes "oi"'money," he adds. :"N'evertheless the.'power of the soviet In the country l8.',:very slight. Tho 'peasant accepted from communism all that suited him. ; Having secured the advantages, he listened to the 'popes' or village -Rrlosts w^o riesist this ungodly and particiilarljr unchristian govermrierit.". � ARMENIAN REPORT SENT  '#ASHlN�TON Wilsoa-.traBsmitited..to,-tfae-�enate^vto-day the report of the American commission, hea:ded "by. Major-Qeneral Harboard, which Investigated conditions In Armenia, The report had been twice asked for by f.he senate, first last November, and then under a resolution adopted several, weeks ago. "A Credit to Our Ctuitdiaa Pride" Reputations are at stake everj? time a pair of Onyx sKoes is sold. To tKe makers, tKe good name of Ony!K shoes is a priceless asset. MercKants "wKo themselves Kave a high, reputation to maintain, are the only ones permitted to sell Onyx shoes. Tlius tKe fact tKat ^our mercKant sells Onj^xsKces isa gtjarantee of dependablg footv9ear and fair dealing. SoW in tKe fcctterfcdot stores tKrotigKout Ganada ri. H. De WOLFE XETHBRIDGE . 81 aiiiiiuiiinimiiiiiiiiiliiHiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ;