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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 1, 1919 LETHBJUDCE DAILY IIEIULD PAGE ELEVEN crept, wMte of kOBor ware aatety tract at Ht wHh stah The D. H. afi.r a vlart of several saootlit Vancouver. Sbe'wu accompanied by Mrs, ThOnaaon, sutd her two children. GUOMT Xornaa Sacdback, of'li. who en day, left ysaWrdsiy to visit Ms )n Vaacouvar. Ckaa. Uuhr. of V. S. A army, is itaHtig friawis it city jor a fov 4ays. Prior to his nlisl tit waa a In and will again open up his buiia }B place. Mr. H. W. manacer o thvho. as head ot colmcas of your for 1 believe! the unreasonable fanatics to the 'he .war 'department, direets !t voices the fet'liuca of a good Urars'. Even tee IJible recommends relations with tic of the people of the province, and stomach's sake." and through- the war Ii tie 1 Van foul'the war It was issued as :i ration pink ot why hplto the and navy. beneflciale fetis v.hcu taken in are beyoivl dispute, and oldiers Returning on Empress of Britain anil Rtgina Due Then never bnn Uken to altigate the Irksome restrictions, of tae amended liquor law' which we have tu'fered (or wr e ouae su e e to loaf, It It not time EometnlnB fn order to. the eilrcraisls whr the feouaelioUer should be dented matter? The liquor law as it beyond ray Why .has j thould a country householder suffer tee the mission Friday engagements are Lelng tvlih oRic-Ials. will and made are the names o! of ths Mrtiday dauch-1 long been recpgnlwd as a farce antulsh of seeing a member of ter, James awl Margaret; A jolly tint; Us enforoment an Impossibility. So ihe family grievously ill when a few waa by all and ,the recently as last February we were wu brought to a. pleasant finish by l told la the Isflilature that over tke wrfhK of. dainty refretliments. jper cent. the male population aullly of defraud Ing Die tavern- A verr turprite party In their eftorjs la obtain liquor. 1 of 4QS K't'u, A that fosters disbciiwfty and de- Wfdaetiay "mom; CO per of its of-tha Victoria, Mr. MoMulleo ii well t many ol M'.n LaverlcV Vlll be ilad to bur that site is pro- (rtisinc favorably alftsr a severe: at ot isflnsiiasv Mrs, Dawioe of Oat, -who hu the year .with her dainrhlir; -Mrs. D. A. Taylor, ,left ou Monday for her home In the 7-p Mrs. 1. 6. Jonas and li'.ye son, Uus 'can, who the nests of lie fonneVa and Mrs. L. on Monday lo their High River. Mr. Jones has 5wen on sick leave In the Mat, has also rtUmtd Vrett. I Miss His. Cooiiiii'who'iaB been In tiie city .for some-time past attend- .Ing business collie, left on Wednes- day for. her home in Cardston. V. tOClAL Mrs. W. A. Pmrker entertained at most delightful tea yesterday In or her facst, -Mrs. Purvis of'Vancouver. Parker .Was wasriaga axrwn of dust Riven Mr. Alajf Walton, at N., op Wtyaesday occasion being els birthday. About' male population ii of itself condemned thirty-five ryounc people participated ttul by abolishing, the bars o this and a very pleaaant time was; to have Improved the moral; wu U games, danclnx aad ao- clal cbal.' About 10.30 a pleasix was served liy.lhe-ladics to which all 'ptSMtot full .jllititff.'.The ybnnc- ma4 'was -Uitf. wclplent1 of- erona MitMay gffti, attesting tn his the .The finally broke up about ;12.SO, tp a 'close a rery j '1 J (eneratloa! act, at you remember, wag rops of'l.iquor would give instant ru- ef. theM i restrictions? tor the purchase oi liquor. If hucli figures were procurable they would prnvit an.eye-oj'ener lo many poople. In conclusion. 1 trust you will USL; 'authority for' the- repeal of the amendment; lliat you will urge, ttia] Is H fair? Is it reasonable? Pro- turning the moderate party are [u the minority, have we net rislus that are deserving of respc-tt? In the old land the principle- of Iho cuminon law la based. I believe, upon a' man's home being his castle in it he Was at' liberty to ilo us lie pleaded so'long as he did not conunit mur- der'. could eat and drink in peace l ImaliieM.of Hie city to oreanlzo and j, ferale; for tills puriiose. Klran; 0. S. Fisher, wouia lippeil nofDnli-'to the y B. K. Ilajttr. :nan (p the wo- Creek. F Taher; brought into force upon the -result of I time whatsoever Ine fancy listed, yet wieji, the clotty o'tlljeiUero in -where we ate sun- bars was-mide. the llie) posed to 'be fret-bam Ilritish liquor he and southern Aloerta men who arrived on the Empress ot Britain who will reach, this dislrlct aaoui for T. T. Ward, A. Robertson, K. McCready, J. Jl. Ijick- eiiby. N'. Hall, For Outside Points C. l.undbrek; R. Me- Ix-oil. Pinciier Creek; IX Parish, Cole- .man; K. Ii. Smyth. Hill Spring; J. Macieod: W. Ironmonger, Hill- MARRItO MEN HAVE MOtT MONEY LONDON', (C. A. Ij two years ago a prlrate uoUiihed at tiie Canadian depot at Uuxton for the trugfer mooty to pa if IDE through the depot. Idea to stftcuurd the men aaamtt theft and eitortlons. Over IC5.000 been transferred to Canada in tkta vray. A notable thin; In this caae la hat married men to nave muck ucre money to transfer than back- elors. althoush it must be remember? ed tbat deferred pay of etncle men la held until .t'10 provlnco-r-womcn Scott, Orassy Lake. tatiier rcqUieir husbands pafsensers included the OFFICER l.OS'DON, April As- sorlated Alex. tosh, of the veterinary corps, Is missed from tho service. IMPERA.TOR WILL CARRY U. S. TROOPS WASHINGTON', April Im- perBtor, largest of Oermau ships, will bo turned over to the United States on May 1 for the transport of troops, the navy department was advised to- day. The Imperator will have a cap- acity of something over troops or practically that ot Leviathan. views.I would .ask_ iholr T was to be allov.-crf what ijecls with Ihe Union Jack, the emblem i best support wheretj.'we'wbiild have nettled for his" holm oon- of freiiloni, floatini! over we can- only chance ui rlgiillng an lumptlon.' ro far, as ,f am; aware, worked fairly, mttoaihly, r.o undue hardahrp, hut the temperance people were not satUfledjif tile subject's right, I would like to iiiciuucii uie turn how} liultle opting for this district, also due in than one; 410; who would i E-ooul Saturday: Sergi. rather abpllth iosterd o. Maclcnd.; Lieul. A. K. cert.ion, suffer the-moral atmos-1 HurdeU- Jim Crow pnere.around .IheiK'children'.to jte'8erve; Its. T! come ob- pciiy'slilre, Colemah; Pte. A. J. l.cwls, Sergt. A. Paquiu, Coleman; 'ie.Hyan, Vulcan; Pti.'J.'R. Wllsoa, .ethbrldse; Sergt, J- T. Holmes, Btzi- Kom; Serst. A. Pelrle. Uraaay Like; To all those who not even uarlake of a decent drink of i tr.iry- wrong .reminiscent of autocratic beer without a doctor'j llussia. order! If iMc is not an -i land because'a lew farmers went homeflcnow'vrha't k j with a few bottles mora than'neces-j Oitinions-differ considerably upon tsary, a presented to'llie prohibition. U'ifi not a new experl rjs' iruly, iit for-total prohibition. Ari ent. to .the act was tho res'uU; ontrol of the liquor ment lii thiff'country, having t'rifd .before in Ihe early days found a failure. For my rather ly in the hands'of the and jihan restrict ;liqnpr, I would bn In- malilng It unlawful to naye to go to the olhcr extreme anci one's pojsesslon that obtained make It as common as com. through :a doctor's amendment In no sented the of the veoplu' clsar-! Iheii take the drink of (heir lives and order. As tliW mon that even the gutltrs slioulil flow way truly- repre- wllli The habitual drunkards would I.ONOOX, April', A. When Premier BbVden returns lo Lon- den on Friday, will unveil the'msn- orlal to .and men; who died in (he Red Cross Hospital'at Taplow and are burledi in the Italian garden there. The evening, the -premier, at law. IItibitive to pi: will For toe man in the country .-which atlracts attend Ute dianer given by W. at which .there also will bejHeislakei nninatJllUHG. Out.. April preaehl several, ot the Brit- ish cabinet vken bittmtliC aouflcementa concwnlnf tke future of McCM .UolVerfltr Capt: Pearwn. and Capt. G- D. Hunt, of Fxtnumton. gone to liallfai (o ame ai Y. V. C. A. troop train avcretariea with tho returning to Edmonton. thoughts ly the enforcing'of it U the survivors .vrould quickly learn to! acquisition fly the Canadinn Pacific had iL been put' to a vole J firmly treat It with moderation and respect, i Hallway of an option on acres believe it never would havq becoine.To bjirririi It by restrictions and land on Grand Islaiid, across the :ace' .a premium river from Hrldgebtirg, is considered ._ Ihe'avaricious here as an Indication lhat work will it somewhat in tits manner. I and.tne aiivebfurojis arid drives-It Intoiba started shortly in connection with en suddenly to gather and [Ihe spanning of Urn Niagara by the are for a little liquor, "but fosler and.'untiraately lo pollute the! proposed Canadian Niagara railway he finds he hax to travel lo whole community with JiHcii, ,to lie constructed by the T., H. distance varying frooi 10 to 60 fiil'aijHl dealings. How else B. H. and Nevs; York to gst aritoctdr's orxler, can you eiplaln'the unprofitable busi-i Central Railway has to tak'e'lg a'aruggist who in turn j ness that lias spning up In our midat! maiM sundry and Important, ledger land known as I Capf. Her. J. M, Comyn Ching 'forwards It would t interesting to learn! (the military secretaryship the .province Ihe poorer of Ihe Y. St. 0. A. at Edmonton ti since' lbe: ninclv ac-1 become rector ol the Anglican Cburcl lual caEh has goite'out o! the country jut Revshtoke. preVcrilJe'l _ the anthoritles at Edmon- five or elx hundred miles away, 'te; R S. Huxhes. plncher City: We. A. Kr.uit, WoollOrd; Pte. J. Itoche, Colcman. FOR CONSTIPATION nood ?i Partly (a banish blBouxma, isdlzexioa ud to deav up NEW YORK, April nutnher of persons ever carried across! the Atlantic ocean on'a stagle >hip! arrived here from overseas Bboarrt the steamship Levlathafl; forr merly the German liner Valerland. one of the 10 yeater- day with more than returning American soldiers.. The had a 'lotai touli aboard j she made her pier at Of these, were The' rest were olTlcers and members of crew. In order to accommodate this unjirecedented number of paasengeri, the troops aboard recelted only two meals a day, but there were no com- platnls. NOTICE EATS DANDRUFF HAIR GROWER Potrtlvtly growa hair bald hwda. One jar will lall'mg hair. Start a growth of new hair; rt- all Dandruff and the In a hMlthy or funa- yaur maiwy. Prix, pootttaid, S1JO. LEO 4. CAtTIAU, Scalp Specialiit Suite, 17, touthard Block, For Men ARE COMING IN _ ._, And shipment brings new models and exclusive styles tHat make buying easy and a picture Jrom sucn an extensive stDck. n Oter Garmens SILKS SPECIALS COLORED is a real bar- gain in white or flnh ihade of silk fin- isbed mnll. Ttlj Is the Ideal fabric for niibt caioiaoles, enrelope com- blnstlons, etc. It is 42 Inches wide and absolutely free from riresslnc. Regular S6e yard. Bad Special, 7A_ yard IVC week you can buy 40 iach circular pillow cot: too at wholesale prices. Good round thread and- medium welcht. Worth today Me Week Bid Special, 40c OA8HMBRI H08C-If( Just like flnolof IBCM full fHkloMd ''mere hon at tali price. They are worth at least 7M pair, flood'range of'ilays. Wetlt End Special, Jft- "pair WC CURTAIN ot 27 Inck white curtain notlln wttk plain centre border ]0a kMh able for kitchen ud bettroom Gdod and Me value. WMI bd .yan) 20c LADIES' VESTSr-MO odd-vesta IB cot- ton, Some wltk short sleevn. Others ,a leader, of for.thhi week. Regular 13.W pair. Bod SpecUl, t 7C Ufa) LADIES' pair of Biack I.l.le thfobet Hoae IB Splendid tolM btack dyo. aoitjakw-lhat Is .wcrtli ttc to Tto pair today. Week BM gptclsl, pair Spring Suits This season we are show- ing a very exclusive stock of suits man tailored and finish- ed in first class style-in every way. .You make a selection from such materials as gaber- serge, jersey cloth, broadcloth and.tweeds which are now popvlar. fijtjhir Prices tQ DRESSES The 'ne .cerUialT-herc, TW ttfatgH .altm >marl sir In a varle'.r of new pmtiof Hjlts arltM to as lo meet ererr prve reoolrc 1 i A plMalne feature of newest ar the maler- i Our Prices to Dress Goods WOOL SAN TOY ...A 42 Inch dress fabric Inland, wls- tfirfa, grey and medium -weight and a good wearing material for ladtet and children's At, o fiA BROADCLOTH High finished rich broadcloth for capes, suits, coats, navy, grey, grjseo and amslhysl. Wide width and good wearing quallly. This Is value (hat cannot duplicate Spe- C OC cis! value al, yard GABERDINE A good .sfTvlcfiiMe fabric, at, med- .turn price In brbWD, navy, grey, etc. Full 42 Inches wide for children's coals, ladles' dresses and skirls. Splen- q AA did value at, yard ...'i.......... aV.UU "PLAfDS Novelty plaids for children's wear. These come In assorted colors am) make Ideal school dresses. The width Is about Inches sntl (he prleo R good one when >ou consider the quality. Urr! TWEEDS 51 ir.ili pure wool (weeds In etcellenl quallly and fine railed iwlterns: This (weed makes up. well Into separate coals for spring; alno suits and for skirls. You cannot beat a good tweed for J AA ami appearance. At SUITING Beautiful sorgo suitings In good shades ;iuch as brown, green, niry and sand contrasting shades woren Into them, giving ii very fine .wide, '.CASHMERE Colored cashmeres rfn scarlet, brown, navy, wine, green, ew. These are Just the for children's dresses or. lad- les' hoiisn drems. 10 wide -76 and quality. yard., I A slllc thai will give all kinds of. WMT and yet ka< a tine linlnb. 11 comes In wine, green, grey, sue, navy and rose shades. A silk lhat makes an Ideal dreis fabric. At, yard PEAUDESOIE' Rich black de tole sllku'Thls Is the silk that is noted for Its wearing qualities. It is an Irteal silk for chlMrsn's ladles' etc. The best ellk that France If Incites wide. At, yard BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE This silk, combined with georgette crepe will a m.agnificent dress. -It I; n wide black satin stripe with stripe of .small fine black! awl while checks between. 11 has 2 very rich appearance. 1C inches Ailde. At, yard NOVELTY STRIPES A full range of colors fn Irowfi, sand, Uwn hh stripes of conlraollng whlcK nuke up to well In dreaies or separate skirls. The quality 21 In. wide. At, yitrd FOULARD SILKS Foulard Silks promise toLbe one of tie fashionable silks tirln This range comes in shades 6f navy, grey and sand .with pretty printed In white. Suitable for dresces and 'separate skirls. 36 Inches wide. 3.75 NOVELTY PLAID SILKS 11 Is necessary tor you to these heaulifnl silks to be appreciate their raise, and tne wmiderfnl combinations of colors. Mght and dark shades, fall M inches wide Al................. able to 3.75 SILK JERSEY. In tkadM 'of' appk Colored Silk Jersey In apple green and rote. arc sullabte for suits, coals or separate' skirts. Full 36 laches "I ff wide. At, J.I J PLAID SILKS These plaids come In good range of dar.Vr shades and are eitra ralae, Is good and the combination of colon Is all rn Itiat one could wish for. H Inches wide. Special, yart POPLIN This beaullful fabric Is :Ilk finished and cones in black only. It It a perfect fabric, for a ladles' black dress, children's coals, ladfes' capes