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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 FIFTKEN ton sad Sire. Layion. The occasion ot the lea was to afford those Interested an'opportunity ot Inspecting the new missionary borne. PERSONAL whtlo In the icr wsy .Chrtattan eve- t'.ao Hat. j meeting and choir prac- .Mrs. C. A. .Little and daughtsra Miss after spending a'fev'days In the city. Friends of C. H.: Hoibwct, will Bcsslo and Avrll leave today for aa'ba pleased to hear cjtlendeil vUlt to Long Peach, Call- flciently recovered to (be up for hours IHotbeacb. has been confined, b.ei I tlce at Mr. G. Mclvor returned to Caljjry 7.00-Boy Scouts raeet la iiall; ot fornl.t. t J. W. MUchell, Cats Labor, Is la too city. director of In the Qalt Hospltif I Tho regular ineeting of the cy-der'of Mrs. Graham returned alter the Eastern Btir'wlll bo held toroor- snendlnK (ha week-end In Calgary. .row evening at 8 o'clo'ck Jlossrs. Archie and David 3. Morris are the guests of their brother, Mr. licorgo B.-'31orrls. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mies Nan Donoon la visiting with iicr parents for the The younc people's progressive Mr. T. W. Crotts ol Commerce, left club of tho Wejley.chorch are last ntjhljoa a liusyioss Ed-' a soclil In tho ladies parly at S.15 the'session in the Girls Training meet in hall; Endeavor lu tlia church. Wednesday. meeting la hall. Thursday, S.OOT-iiifefi' Aid meetlss hall. i.Tliiircdny nracticag i 'Friday people's clal !n ih'e.ball. v montoa. Mies Kelly ol Calgary spent the this evening. Mrs. George' Sfa'cieofl'1 and LONDON, April dispatch, lo Mrs. the London from HarDin, dated Easter holidays with her sister, Mre.jHugil are, giving'a tea on March 25, says Iho fate of tue arniy T. W. Lois. Thursday afternoon between the houra o( Gen.5 Yollzekoffsky, tho fiolo rerh- 'at to 7 o'clock to the Wesley church nant ot" Admiral Kolchak's forces In PARIS, April secrecy be'rg maintained official eencernlng the nJ- ture of the "military precautions" which Premier Mlllerand hai In- etructed Marshal fech to taXs In tho Rhine occupation A rum- or was current In Paris through- out the day that DC Goutte't army began moving from Mayence end Wiesbaden upon Frankfort ths mirnlna, but the war office refused either to confirm or dtny the report, All-Officers and sold, lers on Easier holiday leaves have bten ordered to Join their unilt Immediately the .local police in isrlciii of hsve been Instructed personally to Inform, those on to return without delay, France has four claswt of men, those of from 1916 to. 1919, Inclus- ive, still under arms, or about 000 men. No other class has been recalled and no effort made to increase.the tffectlvenets besides the cancellation leaves. HOOVER'S NAME GRACED REPUBLIC AND. DEMO. TICKETS IN MICH PR1NG SY: STATES TO WEEK: April 5.. Trill be ID full the" aorthvest tWs Weei Bciordlfg to' reports received today at tfie Ninth Dis- trict Federal' Reserve Bart lefc. The heaTr lojini ln? antfcipsllon 'of money all over the dls- "ToJ larming interests of tbe cortij'weat are- all set lor the sprlog ;ild C. L. MosUer, asslstan'. federal reserve ngeat. .NOMINATIONS ST. JOKKi April was nonitnalioh day lor the city elections and tha orly sensation at the last hour was the ndiolnatJon ol John A. Ches- ley, former tho raayomlly. In opposition to E. A. BcodeM. There nine candidates for the tno com- missionershlpe to be vacated. The Store of Quality (jroceriei DECIDENOW TO TRADE WITH U3 IF YOU ARE NOT ALRSADY DOING 80. WE WILL ueAve NOTHING MAKE YOU ONE OF OUR SATISFIED CUSTOMERS. QIFFORD GETS JOB IXNIPECS, Git- lord, secretary of the rural so- cieties, will be appointed supervisor ot rural In the Immediate fu- ture, according, to An announcement made .today by Hon. Edward Brown, provincial treasurer. This position waa ielt vacant by IBB resignation ot George T. Prout, M.L.A. 1, visiting.her mother for a low d.ya. UdteV Aid. "oeTtt'emen are" ilSriiiolTTi'. dispatch" adds opt'' JWtereoei invited and tho proceeds will go to.tens 6f thousands of men and several _w "--1--S- Miss SopIii'Oiila Bonncll Is-spending e few days In Xew Dayton, tho guest at tho home of her sister, Mrs. Alchin Krye. in n> uesday In the Y. M. C. auditorium. (3Mss Dorothy BlennerhasseU of inbludes Hlofflcers of the three primary.. All seavB Puhlicaus, Democrat .and one Bolshevist territory, out that Ihe endorsement. Con- sent of the Chinese and Japanese has COAL HANDLERS ASK FOR HIGHER SCALE HAMFAX, N.8., April o--Local coal handlers, nirmberlac about 500, did not go to work today owing to the ex- piration of their.wage agreement with tne'r employers. The cgreement signed tor a period of six; months on DETROIT, Mich., Aptll October The old scale for voters were today registering tho r K an {o. ,jay 70 cents for night work up to H p.m. The mea ask for eighty-live cents BAKING POWDER Dr. Price's 12 oz. tin, each.. 45c Dr. Price's 2V4 lb. tlu, each E6BO Brand. 13 oz. tin EMO Brand, 21i lb. tin 85; Bracd, 5 tin'.... il.Si Magic Brand, 12 01 tin JX Magic Brand, lb. tic 93c Matlo Brand, 5 !b. tla S1.70 TEA Bay N'o. 1, 1 .packet...............'-'i. 75c Hudson's Bay N'o. 3, 1 lb. packet........-..........-5Jc Blue Ribbon Tea, 1 lb. pkt.72c Upton's, jje'r Jb. 75o and SOo Salada, lib. packet i.-.-...-.. 75o 1 ID. -75o 1 '..COFFtE Brand, I lb'. tin 70; Nabob Brand, 1 lb. tin 70S Breakfast, i tin 65c Best, 1 ib, tii 75s Raisins, Seedless and Seeded, jer and 25o COCOA Cocoa, Pry's Vi lb. tin 30s Cocoa, Cowan'? Jb. tla 25c Coooa. Baker's ii )b. tin 30c SODA BISCUITS Christies, In Una, each N'oith West In packets paulln's ia packets LAUNDRY SOAPS Royal Crowa. p5r packet Gold and Sunlight, 4 for 42o Falrbank's 10c 70c 33c 40c FOOD Grape Nuts, 2 packet! tor'.. 35o Kellog's Corn 4 tor Krlukla Com Flakes, 5 tor 55c Post Toasties, t lor. WASHING POWDER Gold Dust and Golden West, No. 3 packets, each 33c Old Dutch' Cleanser, per tin t2c 4 packets for 55c CATSUP UbbyVper bottle 25c bottle Dal Monle, per 36c o m the outcome, was Hick for tho Easier holidays. Miss Hiib'y Allen of Medicine Hat vho Is tea'ching nt tho guest.iol Mrs. W. J. McCambly A meeting ol tho Mnnlelpal Chapter eioduTtroni t bv the headquarters-oif Gov. Frank O. I. O.-A E. is caned lor 4 Liwden. Wood _t defined and Senator Hiram W, Johnson, all H Is asserted uy the dispatch thit'whom made several cam- an hour day and one dollar an hour at night la their new scliedule. I members are requeited lo be propar- i pay their feei at tnls there Is a gold reserve at Ch-ta amounting to gold roubles I at tho disposal of Voltzekolbky. Girls! Girls Si SaifleYourHair WitH Cutkura The Chrjstlp.u.Science.Society, Hull Block, will hold their regular testi- mony meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Tho history and current eventi, de- partment, -r-1" iieot'-'wIthi'Mrsj. 'Cppe.'fjfth itternoonS 'vi The ladles and children's swimming and gymnasium classes will be he'd ,_.. ____.. ._ ____i iVn HI AIIU denwnfl thc it BroKto Quinine Tablets" tomorrow as usual. 'iChhdren In ISO' o( Syrla bo 1ms vlrl- by pflnca aflemooii-: at evening at 7.30. Please note, ustlv been pa gn tours. Palmer was tho only Demo.crat to carnpalen throU5h the tlie others named on that ticket being 'William C. McAdoo, Wil- liam j. Bryan-and Gov. Edwards o! New Jersey.' Euscnti Y. 'Bebs Tras the SpcialUt 'cnndidati.' "t'.me appeared vioi- fr-r-'h Rejiublicari and tickets. MILITARY BARRICADES AROUND DUBLIN GONE ________ connection with the search by the poKce of a di (t'473) before noon tomorrow. (llsnu The Bedouins the Hauran dia.' muuilion the .deck. The [trlct and (he Druses'strpngly oppose ,supposed owner, po-1 Tlio parlahlonerg of St.- the goverume'nt'E call for ihom 10 lice, dumped H overheard lo escape church are giving a pirtsh welcome to enter the army. The Bedouins, espe- the consequences. Major Mrs. Btrrow on Tuesday daily angered, s-shed the town of, According to tha Dublin correspond- rctening In the 8t Mary't partsli hall. Beraa, whither Felsars brother, 3mlr' ent of tue Times, all active Slnu Fein- iAH members of the congregation are Zeid, hastened'to appease them, bul ers sleep In-different places eacn I Invited end'it ia hoped a lirge without great. success. The govern- night to avoid arrest and deportation ler will be present to them, ment.has summoned- all the Haurau to Bngland. The military barricades i chiefs to Damascus, hoping to win a r on ml Dublin were, removed Sunday. Tho-Bti- Patrick Bale which 4'nam .over, but the sl'.uat.ou is rathe.- was held 'in the oid church, on, Satur- 'ec.rious, says Uie dispatch. day afternoon ;was-a. success, :ue attractive pantry table bringing In good results. How oltcn locfcjsw anfl blood poisoning result from the ncslcct ot a slight icratch or little cull Ilam- Im's Wirard Oil ij a sale and cficc- tirt first aid treatment. It is 3 pow- erful antiseptic anil should be ap- plied -.vour.ds ol this kind to prevent danger of intection It is soothing and healing and quickly dvives out pain znd inflam- mation m cases of sprains, cuts, rmnu, Mtcs and stints. Jus', .is rehabli, too, for stiff neck, sore led. cold lores, canker sorts, earache ana toollcache. Get it from for 30 cents. It not satisfied return the bottle and get j-our money hack. constipated or hive sick headache? fust try Wijar.l T.ii-cr Whips, pleasant little pink pills, M CCDtS Guaranl'.r.il WEDDINGS c- "S- LVssoc'aUon says that the reports- that -more than CO police posts, for the most part have .been anil that two policemen we're shot, and seriously wounded at-Ballyhaunis. NOT POSSIBLE TO STOP SUBMARINES IN WARS TO COMB HARRISON Hov. and Mrs. J. M. Harrison an _.. ._ ounce the marriage pf their, daughter In the Provincial Paper Mills Com- that the work of llio submarine was Beatrice Kathleen tb'Ru'v. Thomas' M. pnny, Limited, of (his city, were glvan, a horrible .torn) of warfare, and nolh-j Reed at the home ol the par- a n'co Easier egg at a reorganization J would give it greater pleasure (ban ents in Summcrlaml, B. C. The young meeting on Saturday when the pro-1 if submarine could be "lurned ollerl In couple were given a hearty send-off posal lo change tile name to Provin- ft was declared by W by tlieir friends In Summerland, where cial Paper Mills, Um'led, was carried. [jrst Of (he admiralty, the bride lias lived the past lour The reorganization gives to all share- recent d'sctission matters ini] years. Afler a honeymoon to Vic- holders of common stock In the old house of commons. Sir. Long- add- icria and Vnncouver Kev. and company additional shares in thc new however, that he doubted whether RccJ will reside In Edmonton whcra the rate of turee shares lor two in was practical politics a' the ruoth- Ihey will be al home to their friends Hie old. lod of defense by submarines was very on Juno 1st. It will lie remembered The change involves an amalgama-: attractive to small and poor countries tlial Rev J JI Harrison was pastor Prov.'ncial Paper Mills could not keep lip costly fleets of Iho Wesley church -In this 'city Afthur-.Pulp fc Paper Com-] cf tntlleshlpa or cruisers, SLOW DEATH Aches, paint, tilffi. culty in urlnatinjj, often mean acrioua 'disorders. The standard temHy for kidney, liVer, bladder and uric COLD MEDAL eleven years ago. tr NURSING MISSION TKA 'j pany, ao lhat the Fharehqldors will now receive directly what they have; LEAGUE OF NATIONS been getting in the past In indirect' fcrinjf qoicl: often off Known as tha national rcnady of Holland for taoro 2SO jnrf. At ill (irudglsU, 5tw. a box, kt lt.a C.H dividends ol tho Port Arthur Pulp ,j, Paper Company. The nnniir.l Nursing 'Mission tea, which given on Saturday hi Iho LENINE OUTLINES HIS BOLSHEVIK POLICIES AND MONROE LAM' OT'MTVA, April Canadian status as a nation Is to bo debated again -In the houfe o! commons. A new point has ai sen MOSCOW, 'March London, I the minds of some members. It Is Associated effect that Iho refusal of Iho Consider the Variety bf NutrUjious Appetizing Dishes you can make with breads-even stak bread To begin with there is toast, buttered toast, French toast, cinnamon toast. Then there is bread crumbs and croutons and all sorts of puddings. missionary Some, was an units- Consolidation o! pnrty Interests and Mjnlled States to become a mcmtjer ot ually Interesting and attractive 6no, centrallzallon of dcparlmonlal nctivi-1 ibfi of nations wlflhave upon A splendid- number of guests' bftfrir tl8s M the ol Kus3llin victories the Monroe doctrine. Just what effect present Miss A M Tllley who re- "on