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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, (MllY 11KIULU PAOK KT.KVKN with Mrs. Duntwortb. 611 9th St., tin Friday evening-at 8 o'clock; -Miss Lewie, at the OhllJrea'a Shelter, will give an address, a cordial iuyi- latlon is given to all the members. Tbe SI. Patrick's young ladies are holding tbo last ol their series of dances for this season on-Monday, April 19th. at Harper's liall. A PERSONAL Mrs. C. K. Jainlesou, 531 llth S., ami Mrs: 'Jauilcobn, Sr.. will receive CB, FfWayj to 6. E. E.'Lltlie'returned this morning. of Victoria: is spend- In the clt.c.'the guest (jjayzer.. they havo been spending the last couple of weeks. .j Mr. D. B.'Martin left this afternoon for Jlaybutt, where he has been called owing to tie serious illness.ot his brother. Mrs. Keith Bell has returned from Calgary. The took place tills mom- ing, v? .u'Jario. Ixiulse, daughter of Dr. and Mrs: J. U. Kevin; to Mr. J. J. Xewmaii; Church of Nativity, Brooklyn, New York. Teachers' Alliance W. Crawford New Presi- Changed Riich.m .is confined Wilili a severe cold. Jlr. T. R. Hclbert, of Greelcy, Iowa, It a visitor la the''city. W. McLeod, of '.Saskatoon, is the homo of Jlr. Osorgo Mcl-eod.' SOCIAL, tf ff 4 Members of the Board of Trade en- tertained at a farewell luncheon this afternoon at the Alberta Grill In honor of Mr. H. T. Ilrymner. An important more was decide! upon yesterday at the regular meeting of the Lethbrldge Teachers' Alliance, when It was resolved to change the time of yearly office.' Formerly th'e year o[ the Alliance ran from Sep- tember to June. Mow, It Is to be from Easier to Easter. In making this change the local Alliance Is conform- ing to the year of the Provincial .1 Dunham, of Lethbridge, bo's begi'i-awarded tho rteavbiog fel-. the.Unlverslty ol Alberta the t'-ilverslty c'f Missouri, at Co- Sue overdue hundred .oup.es Restored Her 'To Perfect 153 TAI-HTUI! AVK., "For three years, fiujfirti gnat pain in (ho lower part of my body, with swelling or bloating. I tuv specialist who said I must undergo an operation. I refused. htara attut sf decided In If) it. The first box gieil relief; tad I continued tlietrcamenl. Xoir my health is am free of 1 give "Fruit-a-tires" mjr wannest Mtoo. V. GAREAU. COc. At alt dialers or. sent poslptld hy Fnut-a-tives Limited, DEMAND RELEASE STRIKE LEADERS TILL APPEAL TIUJIIO, N.S., April th Thomas Bradshaw Interested in Land Holdings in South Alberta cri The Store of .Quality Groceries 1 Finance Commissioner Thomas 3radshaw, who has placed his formal resignation In the hands ot the Board of Control of Toronto, to become treasurer 01 the Massey-Harrts Co., with a salary of Is well known locally. In that he has had Bud has larga holdings In the Carrnangay, .Milk River and Medicine Hat dis- tricts. Mr. Bradshaw was tho general manager of the Imperial Life Insur- ance Co. and his duties In connection with the company frequently brought him to this part of the country. Here he made many investments for him- self and bis associates in the east and negotiated loans on behalf ol the com- pany through the Alberta Securities some ten to fifteen years ago. Mr. has disposed of his holdings In Carmcngay, but still holds them In the Medicine Hat and Milk River country. Ho sold LKUMU, IN.O., rtJJlll -III it, n KAuintYnr acres of hia Carmaugay holdings to ing 10 me year ui im; i lac.bes.sionpi uie miners con- v nr llance. It Is expected that more work ventlou held here yesterday, a rcso- Messrs- MuBti5' and Boiimau of that v.'ill bo accomplished by the new was nassed ,in which the re- rangement, as time was frequently lease on bail of the Winnipeg strike lost In getting work started In tbeileadcrs was called for by "this con- The usual succcrs which attends all 'all, when other organization was be- artalrs given by tho C. P, R. Social and Club 'marked the dance held in tlib Jlasonic hall Tuesday-ove- it J300, Mi s I will; not tate advaiWsp-of-.thl.jieaBhclBSpec.Blii- cbappell's orchestra ing in history and desires, to attend lnJ attendance. Luncheon was some pthcr inttllation. I somo pthbr'irirtiiatioh. Mi-s. Charles Petilfer nud Mrs. S. 0. Fo.-ter have returned from Calgary THERSm [ind nRrroascrir- ritatre; who arextbjectto icrve'd. A most enjoyable.evening was spent III the SI. Basil's auditorium on Tues- day given by the Boy Scouts, A. large number of Cards .and dancing were'the order of tha even- ing- pr.zes being 'awarded to Miss .M. Moore'and .Jlr. "Magill. .Mrs, Bras- seau'a furnished the music. Tho ladies o.' S L Patricks -.church, who were in thnrgp of the arrange- to be. commended' for the manner" in wJuch'ibvcrythlbg was dons for the enjoyment.of the Ing effected. Tho Alliance meetings will, in llie future, be held on the first Wednes- day evening ef each month, In 'the High school. The nominations for officers for the ensuing year resulted In' the follow, ing being elected, all by acclamation: W. Crawford. Vice K. McNab. Jean Jackson. M. Currie. Press represcntatlTO--Mlss K. Dro- die. representing miners In N'ova Scotia and New Brunswick, until such time as tho appeal, which is now asked for has been heard. The convention voted a sum of J500 for the defence fund ot the Winnipeg strike leaders. Additional .members on the execu five committee: Miss .Boles. Miss Birch, Mr. Jlarlln. Press Bateman, Mr. McMillan. Miss MacKay. Convenor of to draw up constitution: Mr. Brandow. The work of the press committee Is BREAKFAST CEREALS Puffed Wheat, Quaker, per packet......... 15c Crcatn of per 30c Krinkle Corn Flakes, 5 packets for..........55c Shredded Wheat Biscuits, per packet-----.... 15c VINEGAR IN BOTTLES Crowe Blackweli'f, large.size bottles, each. 45c Crosse Bla'ckweU's, small size bottles, Holbrook's Malt Vinegar, per 2Sc, 45c ENGINEERS MAY INCREASE TARIFFS .MONTREAL, As a result a hiectlng here last night of the Domlnios council of tho Canadian En- eiiieeiint.institute, there will In all probability be an alteration of tariffs for engineers which will bring them up to. the increased cost of modern conditions. Sergf. Bowker Employs Strategy to Get By Guards of the Room AVIATORS KILLED to Ml before the public, from time to KARACHI, British India, April 14. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i Tlie iMajor 'Jack Ross Chapter, 1. O.D.E., are holding a the .dansaat on Saturday afternoon, the Masonic hall. v J J j :V ;Thei Msthesls bold their annual In. Knoi church lomorroiv evening. -All memhers and J their husbands n-e'atked to attend. _. and they have heen provided with In- genious bell arrangements to glrs warning of the approach of the offlc- ttme mattera the statuR Captain Gordc-sco and Lieut. ers. In this particular case the doors tho Icacher, the ideals of.the two Italian aviators engaged In locked and barred, new ideasJn school management, and Home to. Toklo flight, were Wiled at.- Knowing that he could not galr topics regarding education which are! Bushiro ;on shore ot the admission. Sergeant Bowker phoned of general Interest Persian Gulf, yesterday. They were up a tail livery, asking a tail to call into the establishment and was just in time to squeeze in behind as the the ruan who liad given a password. Caught in the trap set, H. Marshall, COFFEE IN TINS llb.Un, 70c TEA. Hudson's Bay Black Tea, in 1 Ib. packet 65c, 7Sc Salada, Braid's, Red Rose and Upton's, in 1 Ib. 75c, PHONES 313 ancUSIS The Firm for Service By clever strategy on the part of Sergeant Bowker. a successful raid was made.on a gambling joint run In the barber Ehop on 5th Street. Gambling joints in the city have made of the activity of the city police keeper o( the Joint, and four fre The Knox-lGlrla' Bible class aro asked to attend 'a meet.lng in the school room'Jat 4.15 Thursday' after-, noon. School I. 0. D. E. Chapters Miss Jackson presented her report: on patriotic and philanthropic work; and stated Ihat.'ch.lldren's chapters the'.I. 0. D, E. .would be, fornie'd J'ih each city one In' Galbralth BChool, and two In each of the others. Bentley, organlrlng secretary, will form them; Convention Reports -Eoporta; wer.e received from the' alfempln.tr to land.aiter crossing the .when their machine crashed to the ground. at the barber shop. The halt was swallowed, and, lying in wait for the taxi, the sergeant followed the driver quentcrs, appeared before Magistrate Irwln ba Wednesday morning and were fined, (he keeper costs, and the others ?5 and costs each. RANGERS 2, AYR 1 LONDON, April Canadian Associated Press.) In a Scottish Leaguo game todav Rangers defeated Ayr by 2 goals.to 1.-. BOMBS KILL 29 IN LISBON LISBON, April nine persons. were wounded when three bombs were thrown into a crowd.during a demon- stration here'today in a protest against .the .high cost-of foqd- Etiilfs. Two Syndicalist work- men :wbro arrested. During the demonstration.cabinet min- isters made speeches in re- sponse to the acclamation, of, llie crowd. the Provincial Alliance me.ttinE neia in uaigary iasi full report of the deliberations of this meeting will'appear In tho press shorlly. Miss JIcNan gave a few The Willard W. C. T. U. will meet Presslons" of the personnel ot the r ew which gave the Idea that he work of the Provincial Alliance Is n good hands. Prospects look bright -ffiv a year of usefulness for tho local Alliance. The members tender Miss Birch, tho' retir- ng president, their grateful thanks tor ler untiring patience, enthusiasm and aimess In conducting the work. YnstertTay'3 meeting was large and representative, about forty members )ciug present, Mcdlcino Hat ari'd .cthbrldgo both earned praise ot the general meeting In reporting a hun- dred per cent, membership iu tha Alliance. WHOOPING 'STUKODICCIOtT umULKZA BU COUGHl UTfflU OHM UTAIIH m A sirapic. eafc ar.d effective tjpaltrent a druea. Vaporixol Cretcltne (the j a nd, relievt. "California Syrup- of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Soft and Comfy That's 'the way to keep baby's things. His little under his tiny sweat- er, his cap, coat, leggings, even his white boots and his go-cart robe, can be fearlessly wash- ed again and again. How? With the crsarny, copious, instantly-made cleansing and aa riaimleas as pure witer itself. you life parliculati} Lcl ui free, today, a copy of our fattil LUX Recipe Caic of Dainty Clotliu" LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO, OMT. rf Father and Son Function Proved Great Were There The boys of !lie United church say getting together thcfr al a fntber anil son banquet is away fibenii of the style or conference usuaV ly staced in the wooSsherl. Seveiitj; hoy's snd dads faced tho supper pre pared by the mothers Tn the UnHet iiall last 'night and eventually los'l'. their nppctites In the attack on tho' 'eats." After n ting-song led by nil orchestra, Jim Kirgan spoke to thf fathers on "Tho Klnfl Of Dad a lioj' and throw out a. lot of sug- gcslions about a dad could be real chum onrt make a man outiof Ills son. H. Soady, scoutinaater, outlined to llie tjoys "Tho Kind of Son n Daii and explained the snoitstbililleH In promoting ahlp vith his fatiier. Tom FcrEU'ou spoke on "The 'Hoy anil tho lolling of a lioy's real aspirations Iri life mid the help needed in (iiKUHng them. A. respnnded to ''Dad anii tho showing that dad's plaek in (he chiircl'- flnd fjiinday school with his nun. anil tliu InflMncfiE re; snltins from dlsrctoriling this Teapons- ihili'.y.. W. H. secretary tlvo Religious Mvcaliou Council of Alhtirln, was and gave an j '.ertaiRir.g 'aLd helpful talk oil- "Chums." The pastor, Hov. B. li I Hoitrfne. loaslmaslci', and a num- I bpr (lada cnlcrtnlned tlic fellows short speeches. Tho hoys etl .ftoir iMs a gooil time in a number of in cliavgc ot ScoulmaBtei1 Sosidy. Accept "California" Syrup of Fig for the name California on the package then you are sure child Is having tho best and most harmless physic for the liltle stomach, liver am! towels. Children love its fruity, Full directions on each jottle. Von must say Idvcrtisemenl. J) SEE OLD, FADED I GARMENTS TURN NEW SIMPSON CO. EARNINGS April annual report of the department Btoro iusl ness of tho Robert Simpson company Fhowa thnt tho lolal net earnings for the year ended January 28.1820. were ngalnBl, in the previous year. "Diamond1 Dyes" Add Years o( j V.'cst to Discarded 1 Garments Hcn'1 worry ritmii! parrpnl resuHs. Uso "Diamond guaranteed to giVo a farlclesB color to any rabrie, whether it lie wool, silk, llnci-, eolton or mixed blouses, stockings, 'sklrla, children's ilrflMcrlofl, covirlngs. The "iJlracUon Hock wltti each pack- age iclU BO plainly how to diamond dyo over nny color.that you ton not make a. mistake. To match any liavo show you "Diamond Dye" Color Everylhing ready for the spring .demand for Hats of every description for girls and boys. Straw Hats, Tweed Hats, Velvet Hals. A wonderful range to select from, all priced moderately and within the'reacHbf all., '-i ;.v GIRLS'HATS, TRIMMED and up to GIRLS' HATS UNTR1MMED and up to INFANT'S HATS BONNETS 75c, and GIRLS'PEANUT STRAWS FOR SCHOOL WEAR 40e, 45c and 50c BOYS'TWEED HATS and BOYS' VELOUR AND VELVET HATS and BOYS' SAILOR TAMS Navy at BOYS'STRAW HATS 75c, and Coveralls, Play Suits, Wash Suits, Top Coats, Dresses, Tweed Suits, Jersey Suits, Sweaters and Bloomers. ;