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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. APRIL 12, 1918 Tim LKT.mnmr.r. dmt.y fii bald V\r,v FLEVElf \] MILADI FRANCHISE IS IHE NATURAL RIGHl OF ALL there ever ii kbjih" wn fray, And � loatli to xnri!��lnK the i-*u>i>in !n whlcb Mi- and Mrrf l.onk' iirc In M imd the Kiiiiprt" regret at tlieir furlli ouminK di�purl\iri'. Mr, I.uDH Kuital>lv wpllPd and till' vontiiK waM spi-nr sociably. refri'Hhn>�nt6 being sfrv( il  � �   > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : >>>�**?*'i'iinK of Hi" Wi's Icy Lailii'i Alil lield o[i Wciliii'silay ' .April 10, tlin fiillowinK iiffirrrs wen: ilioncn for IliP I'lisiiiiiK yi'.ir I'rcJi pulil I'I'"' '�'>' ai'clHiniiifoii. Mrs. Co Tay - An anonynions writer Pictorial. a lor, AssocIhIh President. Mrs. .Inliii Livingston; l'"lrst \'ii'"l're.s . Mrs. W A. Miirlianan; Seccind Vice I'res Mr-; I'alrburn; Third Vice I'rcH , Mtk Secretary. .Mrs*. Ilnskei vdie. 'Ireasiirer. .Mis. |{ Cruwfurd. in Von will havn known the fuller joy-I l; Ah! would that I had le-en Uoru ''"''nroth.'r of mine' i "i"'''' " "�'�'emblaKe (,-a(li..r,.,l London i'" ""' 1'''!^ iluinh to hear Mrs. i l.owo of CilKary In lier address i;i\ en there yeslerilay on Health 'I'alks ^ ^ instniitive and iiiiich enjoyed by th? PERSONAL li^jteners. ... I An iiilerctel audience li.sleti'il in Dr. Delwilh'r's address given yester -\lrn. TiiinlnK has arrived from ei K^ry to ftpend tli� week end with .Mrs i wilier spoke nn ' Women s jiart in J. N Hitchle. [Social llefiiini Work." and n.ade an    .appeal to miilheis to take up Ilie woiV of prevent ion rather than le.ri'. em phaslfinK the fail dial the work rniisl . lieRln in the home. She spoke of the I importance of homo training and hop- ' eil that ill tlie lutnre rescue lioiiii'.: �Dilld not be ni'cesMary .Se\''i:il ; memb'Ts uC oiltsidt cliUrches were 1 present. I .Mr.^. 11 (iraliam aud infant Kon have returned to their home at Utr.ikoni. | - *  I Mr. and Mrs II. .1 Horlin. of Leth-; bridge, ain in the lity to attend the horse uliovi. Kdmonlon .Journal.    Mme. Casgraln arrived in the city this afternoon and is the guest of Mrs. .1. .V. miihle !  mm I Word has Just been received from Captain Denoon that two of the j)ai cel.s sent out by the Woinen'a I'ivie ciiil) 'It Xmas. time havo arrived.  *  � � * 80CIAL .EVENTS .  F(dla\vinK the liaHk"thall Ranie last evening a Joliy liltle Imp whs liejil in the H.O.K. hall which proved Its ii.^ual success as eviiU'nce.d by \lie (^uoil Wuw POLICY OF INTRIGUE' Thut .\l''s, Oiiiisby lias iSn liit'.heH' .1 I'ical' I' r I � 1 iK h I I'll with Ihi- i'.\pHHsiv.' w ! wiih il- 1111 resiiDiiilini; bniad Ihi.nr.hi -'nil 'oin plinieiiied Mliiri.i a.- In iiir, th � first I'ii>\r.:ce to KW- its wimi'Mi '.h.lltiiiil frcc'lom. .Mrs. Ormsby objer is to ih'' i'l'Si Hull the liuiiihi-e lia., lieili ri^'ii 1" the wiimeu fill llieir Kfeal w.ir work which wa i lhl'i)))Ie ar�' V.'.UlihlllK to ^'e wiiat wo ini'ii 'lill ilo in this inovemcni and how lii"v ai" coming 11)1 to Ihi' .�viicii-|tiiiiis. She dteil iiiiiiiy of th'' .i.!'11.lid \wjnien o'' this proviTu e sie li as S]v .McCtiint;, -Mr'; .Mckiliiiev. Miss 11.^ ami .virs. l;al|i|i Siiiitli, ol Sas lalclicwan. .iskiiiK tlie wnimii to up hdli^lh'^se spb-ndlil idnneeis nut irit icisim; bill Imidiii the b'si i!>niU',hls for them,. Slir- spoke, too. of ihis war ai bi inK a -truKKl'' tetwecn ii!;ht and wronK rather than that of nation ;.gains' nallon. siingeslinj; tluit ^iicli a version kivcs a different udliiiol, niMin the sltnal ' 11. .\lr;:. Oinisby in edicts that tiie war will not I lid until KnKland gtls rlil 01 her liquor traffic, sayiui; thni Kimlaiid musi realise ihis soon She Kave an I .\ainple of wdiiTe in one place in Kiik land t'noiiKh sugar was released for Ihe use of brewirirs which ..vould have Hupplied Kngland with .sugar for one month. one of .Mrs. Ormsby's tlioiighlfnl ri  �'t.i 'iiP'.r.- ih i mil the ..vonu'ii lo edir ..tc ai^r ,1 \ late ugainsl th'' ns.- of i!i. , ;i .'. liii h is so in jiiri.Mi - i.' \ .iii'i. hood and woinanliiio. 1 o ,.a; i luillli.."': 1 II" IP' lo I'll' 1. I t'T 1. I- b' � I "i! i/l'll �|li I III! I .il" ;. '! oroul'i �loroiii') � ^. "II ' H.ibit I 111" I '� :i' > all. 1 ir i", il'i' alaii'ii  liici: iiil: In avidson and Mp. A. I'erry; snond. .Mrs Unity lloll and .Mr.'0�land. consolation. .Mr-i )v \\akeliii and .Mi lierilcolt. 'I'liere Will II.' aiioilicr wills! drive on .May labor conference at London liAs for its real purpose the arranging of an In-leriiiitional Socialistic conference to which r.ermaii Rociallstt Would he invited. Mr. Walling vigorously attack I'd the SoclaliaiN of the allied nations lie asserted that their purpose is to bring about a peace of their own dins were I made by W. M. Haffern on behalf of land and abdicate.' America uiiglu as well us CHILDREN NEED FOOD-NOT ALCOHOL How careless it is to accept alcoholic medicine for children when everybody knows that their v.'hole healih and growth depends upon correct nOUrisSumentm If your children are pale, listless, underweight or puny, they absolutely need the special, concentrated tood that only scorn ENOlSiO gives, to improve their nutrition and repair waste caused by youthful activity. During school term all children should be given Scoff's Emulsion because it benefits their ^ blood, sharpens their appetite and rebuilds their strength by sheer lorce of its great nourish) iii power. f S.-c,ll llow'lr. -r" CLEARING EAST AFRICA OF HUNS London. Apr. II.-Allied troops are dvancing on the. remnants rman Kaal Africa to PorluguoHo HBHt Africa. The following official account of these iiperations waa giv-M out here today: "In f'ortugueBo Nyazaland, despite tUlfB difficulties causiMl by heavy rains and flooded rivers, our colunuiH from tlie coaat and lake Nyaza are approaching Modo aud .VIruI resiiective-ly. Their advanced troops arc in oon-Wwt with th� main �neniy i'or an amendment of Ales. Hoss accepted by tl|� premier Ihe limit of flOO placed an what the board udntinlsteripg the act might expend on niodlcal aid wati ellminatail. Now tha board can fur-�lih any amount la its ttiscratloa. QUAUTY GROCERIES The Economical Hdusewife Florida Qrape Fruit, each ........ 12!/2C .''nd 15c Bananas, per Sb........................... 10c oranges, per doaen .................45c and SSc Lemons, per dozen ........................ 50c Rhubarb, a lbs. for..........................25c Spinach, per. lb............................. 20c Cauliflower, pfr lb........................ 12i/2C Ripe Tomaloai, per lb..................... 35c Lettuce, per lb............................. -Wc Qreen Onions, 3 bunches ................... 25c Apples, fancy grade. Yellow Newtons, Winesap". Roman Setiutles, per box ................ fZ.SS Sweet Potateaa, lowest marKat price. New California Cabbage, per lb.........---- Be Electric Soap Chips, per pko................30c Borax, large box. each.......................1Sc Hydroeal. a pure hydrate of lime, carefully prepared for preserving eggs, each package will preserve 30 doien eggs, each ..............25c Celery Salt, each .......................---- 15c Dill PIcklse In tins, each............ .......30c Onion Salt, per shaker ..................... 20c Olive Butter........................2S� and 35c Fruits In glass, Goodwilliss' Raspberry, Peart and Peaches, each ........................... 46c Jello, all flavera, 2 for ......................^Se Choeolatta, raady to uaa ehecetate, add only filing water, no Mtking or milk required, each 35c Potted Tongue In glass. 2 Jars .............. 3Sc Sweet Mixed Pickles. 20 ot. bottles, regular 40c On sale................................>.. 38^^ eampbell'a Beupa, Tomato, Celery, Vegetable, Ox Tail and Mulllgatawy, par tin ............ 19c MacDoweM's Worcester Sauce ...... 35c and Me Bramble Jelly, per ja� .................... 40c Flaked Rice and Corn Flakes, each ......... 15c Mushroom, pat' tin ........................ 70c Corn or; Cob,, gallon tins, each ............ tkLOO Wire Clothes Lines, SO tt. each...............35c Self Wringing Mops, each ................. 60c Mop Cloths, each........................... 30c Nabob Coffee, (see cut) lb............ ..... 50c Can Openers, txtrir^atrong .................. 35c Johnsoii Liquid Way, jiints, each ............ 75c Electric Siilcen. per box .................... 15c Herrings, In Tomato Sauce, per tin .....l. . .. 25c Coffee, George Washington . . 40c, 7Sc and $1.03 Coffee, Braids' Best, per tin ................ 50* Holland Rusks, pkg........................ 20c Fruit Cake, per lb......................... 4&C Ammonia Powder, 2 pkgs................... 25c Pumpkin, per. tin .......................... 25c Raisins, fancy aaaded, 2 pkgs............... 35c Curranta. per pkg........................... 25c Soap. Royal Crown, 2 pkgs..............----65c Ingersoll Cream Cheese, 2 pkgs.........---- 35c Asparagus Tips, par tin .................... 35c Olives, In bulk. Spanish Queen, per pint---- 30c Pineapple, grated, No. 2 tins, each ...:.......30c Tuxatfo Coffan, 2 tina..............t.,.......60c Peaa. French Mi Flam, par tin.............26c Tea, DMiako, regular 55c, on sale this �FMk, 45c, not more than 2 P liuvo a full linti of prlnlt*d linoleum 'ill quidt uii dxtilKua on Rood Bervlumiblo (olovlnKa tli.it will not Hoil eantly anil can lie lu.ml rfftu-iivtdy an u flooriUR in every room ill thii tioUHO llouiie Cleun- | ap> ^ ing SpeiiUl................... laOtf 6 Pairs Only, of Nottingkam Lace Curtains Hv^VQ a wonilert'uUy fine appearance, are woven perfectly and tasti-fiilly deslgh-ed., 4^ jucHaa \ylde auil :! yiirdit long. While only. IteKular �5 f.t>. House O 7C (,'le,Kri|iK .Sidicial. ut ........... �*fv 3 Pairs Only of Nottingham Lace Curtains ^attowinv (Mie of tUe laloit denigBi. iuit> able for beilruuiiix, 43 inetieit wide and 'i yards long, Regular tS.uO. a e|v Ifouse I'learlng Special.........MavV 6 Pairs of ImiUtion Batianbiirg Curtains. Thrie curlain* combina :itreme �er-vieeableneaa; uan be uaed on aliuoit any window with the aame (farming effect. :i6'lnc'h�|ivert tieat ttraaa roil with fancy enda IhiH eatendii to 54 Inchex. Limited | number only. eiu.'h............... IvC 705?6631 ?00767 ;