Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1820 THK 'i' v HKHALU KLhVbtt ACTION Come, fill] cup, sad In tho (Ira of spring" Your winter jaruicnt of repentance Thi) bird of Time lias but a little way To niittor and the bird is on the Jean, wife of W.illfcm' Ccatou, of God- ericlv Ontario, .who, with three small children, survives. :.'Tpo deceased of thbllate Archibald Mc- Lean and Tvas born (a this city 23 years Sho also leaves, to niourn her loss, two A'.ei, both of this city. Khayyam. v PERSONAL Miss IX Livingstone and Miss A. Hufner havo returned 'f roru their holi- days spent in Calgary; Mrs. Wodden has as Jier guests, her motlier. Mrs. Itoutbfer, ot Calgary, and Mrs. Oflirles Prevent, of Otlajva. 1 on Wednesday evening, April 14th. Aggregate prizes for Iboieeaspa will be presented. An enjoyable time Is assured all who th.e "at home" to he given the Boy Scouts No. 7, under the auspices ot the ladies ot St. Pat rick's church, at St. Basil's school audi- torium on Tuesday evening, April 13th. Cards will lie played at sharp, followed by dancing. A good orchestra will furnish -the music. There- "will bo a special meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, O, K. S., hold on Tuesday, tho 13th', at'lhe Masonic hall. Tho ladies and children swimming and gymnasium classes will b? held 99 usual tomorrow in the Y. M. C. A. AH aro asked to come In large num- bers. a. The art department of the SIa.th.esis Club will meet with Mrs. Charles McClenaghan on Tuesday, at 3 o'clock. Rofvell Wants Amendment to oi: the bin to correct the Civi! Servke.Act Providing for Re-Ciassifkation Start- ing April X 1919 OTTAWA, Canadian N.' W.' Howell, in the house, presented a bill lo amend the Civil Service Act. The bill, provides that..the .re-classifica- tion ,of the civil service shall go into 't CANADIANfZE FOREIGNERS it lire al. whoiiaji.ijieen at- ifani.f'Vlio'' I; iu' foreigners "into tb' wAere sbojwiil; 'n'J1 alir lia'm, Is tho guest of Mrs. A. Ji. DOV.-S. Icy, 4tli while in tho c'.tyl is hoped that thoro will be' a large attendance as 4ho' Canadianlzatioh of the foreigners Is one of the greatast of _Mfs. problems in Canada to'day. death.o'f her'' 'effett; from April 1, of The women c? tie Mooseheart AVil' 1. 192D, as-provided in the act meet tonight in the Moosellast ial'1 at S o'clock. :A full attendance The bill was first time. [3, requested. Tho SikoliqUiM Chapter, 1..O..D. JS., will hold Uieir monthlj' meeting at the Y. C. A. tomorrow evening at S 'o'clock sharp. WEDDINGS Hog. Mr. Reid introduced .1 bill to confirm Iho agreemoa't for th'e acqul Itlon of the'Oraud.Trunk Railway. In the bill passed last session, Dr Reid said there were two small errors In the list of railways controlled two errors ot the agreement. Hca. Arthur Melghen Introduced a bill BO to amend the Dominion Lauds Act as to include soldiers who had served In the armies of the United with the soldiers o! the other allies as. regards 'the hoiacsteading privileges! czn m Store Quality Groceries m I "Y" COMMITTEE GIVES THANKS TO SUPPORTERS! owned by ths Grand Trunk which an-i thelr districts. peal-ed'ln a schedule for the bill For membership would be a WINTER Tlio -wedding was quietly' solemnis- ed In the Church of the Ascension, Ot- tawa, of Edith Mary Winter, cldesl daughter of Colonel 'and Mrs. Charles P. Winter, lo Philip Gordon Graves, son of Colonel. Somerset. Graves, of the Indian army, retired, and Mrs. Graves. this reason, It was necessary to amend the agreement. There was further, a clause in tha bill to con- tirm and ratify. the aereemcnt sub- mitted lo the shareholders including thd two small errors. Replying to Mr. -MacKcniie King, The following statement relative Iho recent drive has been Issued by tho committee- in charge: The Y. M. p. A. directors thank all who bare taken out either voluntary or by during their present and wish to announce that they will con- soliciting until they hive.com-1 A voluntary .ppreclated as It will eavo time ot busy men In call- Ing on you. We wish to make clear to you thai the Y. M. C. A. Is not a charge on th'e citizens by taxation as the debentures ate retired by monthly payments from regular revenue. Every sU months a NO ONE CAN AFFORD TO USE POOR GROCERIES AT ANY. PRICE; IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST ALWAYS, ESPECIALLY SO WHEN PRICES ARE RIGHT. Creamettes, 3 packets for 3So "Macaroni, Jfothers, 3 packets for ......................36c Vermicelli, llirondelle, 2 pack- ets tor................. 3Cc Spaghetti, Columbia, 2 packets for 25c Golden West Washing paciret J5c Sunlight Soap, large size, 4 bars for....................... 42c Bramble Jelly, Wagstaffes, 48. per tin................ J1.25 Pineapple Marmalade, Mrs. Da- L-.cn's. 4s, per Pineapple Marmalade, Mrs.'ESi- inen's 15 oz. glass, reach 45c Orange Marmalado. Sheriffs, 2s, glass, each.............. 55c Orange Maroralade, Welhey'V. Is, glass, each'.......... 30c WE HAVE McKENZIES FERRY'S SEEDS IN PACKETS AND BULK. ALSO EMERALD GREEN LAWN GRASS SEED _ Dr. Held said that '.the primary pur- debenture Is retired, amounting to At the present time we have retired 1917, 1918, 1919 and 1920 to date, Your appreciated. The Brnntfofd Horticultural So- ciety has ordered .a. .thoJsand rose bushes for distribution' among thf members. sister, V, U CHURCHES h'ialmg? anjiieptic csh rUvay? be relied JjpSn.'to VrcVent iti-" lection, or other striouB iprain3, bruises, cu'.s, bites-, ind stings. Just as toa.Vfbr-.- eorc foct, stitt neck, frost biles, cold' ipres 2nd sores; it fro'm aruggisls for 30 ccntJ. not feliirn the bottle ana get your" niohey back. Ever constipated or hive, sick ficadacht? Just, try Wizard Liver Whips) pleasant liitle pieV: pilis, of -the 'aro re-, mln'ded -that., a' either night, in the.St. Cyprian's'parish room at S o'clock '_: The monlhly meeting of the Women's Bible class of tho United will night (il tnt'liomo of ,Mrs.'.XVaitnoughV329 danco to bs ou Tuesday, Xpill, at 9 o'clockV A .whist and ANNOMNCEMENTS ;-Mr. arid J Mrs'. "SVatchorn, of announce Iho enga'gembni of'thelr'daughter, Muriel I.ee, to Captain Ab- bott 'Mr.farid Mrsl 'Wil- liam-Abbott, of. Mqnircal.iarid grand- son of !he .late Sir, J.Ji'Cr Abbott, K.C.M.G.J and Iho. Hon. John. Hamilton-Grey, :C.7iI.G., ot the 7th Dragoon Guards.- The marriage will take pi ace early in 'May. m-.j let it b Ot- tawa, of their dauglilef, Mr. Clive South '-Africa, H. Rogers, 'Of JphannesfiurBh, Rogers of 'Gapo Tbtflij -The mErriage wHl take iplaco lu Cape Town1 in July. Tveddlng''of great Interest to Ot- pecple- will be that of Nora, Sir Percy andj Arthur 'Stanley Bfiurlnoti- a'ud'.pf ,Lady Bourinot, and the '.Bourinot, which will take place'fquietly on April 27. Orange Marmalade AH Orange end No vtllh care in SilterPant, In the Ctf !'ID has never lacked a tactful gcr. Moir's Chocolates convey his un- written messages in the best of taste. As a gift Moir's Chocolates always reflect a feeling of pleasure back to the giver; In their rich coatings, wide variety of centres' and deiiciousness of flavoring, they bespeak discrimination. ivioiR's LIMITED, HALIFAJV, N.S. 112 Watson, Campbell and Smith, Calgary ALBERTA .REPRESENTATt Scouts. Missionary Society, Special Easter offering. will bo no meet- Ing of the Bible class on account of Rev. A. H. Deuoon's absence from tho city. 'St, after- noon at 3 o'clock the Ladies' Auxiliary ivill meet, Wednesday, the Sunday school teachers will hold a meeting 3n the old vestry on Slh St. S., si S p.m. The A. V. P. A. -will meet on Thurs- day evening in St. Augustin's hall at 8 o'clock, Tho regular choir practico will bo held on Friday at 8 p.m. Christian! Sclcncn Society, Hull Block, ground floor, hold their regular 1 Testimony meeting Wednesday even- ing at S o'clock. evening, practice; prayer meeting in the cliurch. Thursday Bcrcan class wlii meet at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. JI.-Kcssler, 712 llth' St. and son week.' Monday your Tuesday and Bon bancjnci In the hall. dian Olrls In Training meet at hotae of Mrs. H. H. Bruce, 4th Ave. N. Wednesday ser- vice, Thursday practice. Thursday of stew- ards meet in parsonage. NATIONALISTS BLAMED CONSTANTINOPLE, April Associated Nation- alists aro blamed (or "the critical situ- ation in this clly in a manifesto Issued today, by the siilinn's government. It (3 declared (f they conllnurMhuli- op- erations, be occupied by entente. Punishment for nil or- ganizers rind instigators of reheUion is ordered by the manifesto, which of- fers Immunity lo nil Nationalist adher- ents "who'repent and give ovltlcrtdG of loyalty to iho sultan" within a wecjk. EXCHANGE RATES YOItK, April Bel- gian and Jtnlir.n money went to low levels In thu foreign exchange market here tnilay. Krench francs sold at 1G.S2 for (he dollnr, M ccniimcs; Belgian francs at 15.CO for a dollnr, off CO cciriimca, nnd Ilalislu lira nt 2C.27 for a dollar, off 10 liri, 50 centimes. IJemand sterling opened at ?S.95 Coated with Peppermint Candy Half the joy of dainty Chiclets is in the tempting: candy-coating, rich with sparkling- peppermint flavor. 'A delight to the refreshing as a spring morning. Chiclets will do more than delight and refresh you. They aid digestion; help keep teeth and motith clean and sweet; ease the pension of over-strained nerves. V Get thejyeljpxv and gold packet in almost any store_ Chiclets for 5c. --an Adams product, particularly prepared THE ORIGINAL GUM Canadian Chewing Gum Co., Limited, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver.