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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THUUSOAY. APRIL 17, 101U IE LKTH81UDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN MILADI 1 v v v PERSONAL Mlas Ada Grinillay, of Calgary, will re tha guest of Mrs. J. B. Murray over the Easter holidays. Mr. 11. T. Brynuier Is making a trip to Calgary this week end. C. B. Ounii, of Iho I. 11. C. staff, b sjieudlug the weekend In Calgary. Mrs. M. S. McArthur, with her sou Doxter, and inother, Mrs. have left Calif OT nil on their way home to the city ynd are expt-clcd lo arrive, prove Ju health. Mr. 1'bihp Miebach the first of the week. Mr. and -Mrs. S. n. Mitchell ami lamlly are leaving the first of the week to make their new home In Nanton, Alii ..whtre -Mr. Mitchell has ken over a utotur agency. Mr. y. si Spooner is leaving for Oaleary the end of the week to meet Mrs. Spooner and daughter, are returning from a visit iu lac coast Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mlebach left on a visit to Portland after which they will spend some tltno in Caufor- in hopes that Mr.- Mlebach will im will Join them laier in California. Mr. J. F.-rUynoldE. ot Clareshotm, arrived In the city yesterday after' noon by motor from Beach, Cal., where he spent Jhe winter. EUEWBBON TE4 Most grocers sell BLUE RIBBON TEA and most people drink it Do you have it in your home? uinonc the gsatle-iawi by Mr. W. Cart- er, while the consolations went to Mr. and Mrs. Ward. I The Major Ross Chapter. I. O. V. fi. have voUd J50 to the lib rary fund, to artent in purchasing Canadian historical books recommend- ed by 4 -vi There will be no class ot study at he Bible school OB'Friday night, It1 a holiday. There will be union morning prayer service at 10.30 In the Christian ckurch. A cordial invitation Of PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING and HOME COOKING in the United Church Hall Under auspices. lJadI.es1. Aid-on_ Saturday Afternoon Next CONSTIPATION Mood the ot Umt. Partly WoadeHoUr quick to baiiith MllomavM, headache, iadifttUom aad to ckar up a bad complexioa. Beantifa! Women of Sedety, daxtafthcpait tevrDty yem ha opoo tt for thek disUo- Oriental Cream What an Easter this will be! homecoming and in the renewed evidence of prosperity and plenty about us- Happy from the worry of the of conflict and the restrictions that have helped to attain the victory that is Little wonder that the aim in thousands of Canadian homeTwill be to celebrate this joyous occasion by a return to old-time festivity. Let- your home be one! Let your household, this Easter, of 1919, once again freely enjoy its old-time Easter Premium Ham Gone are the reams thtt tor four long years have restricted the cnjoymtnt of delicately-tender, amply-Mtiifying food product. more you need cab 'phone your troccr or butcher fa order to be promptly npplied. WVn you buy, mate sura yon tee the Swift's Premium wrapper and brand, You ran atek no better Eoto- breakfast dish than eaa find no better baa tbaa Swift's Premium I Swift Canadian Co. UniM Toronto Wmnipe, Edmonton Members of the Order of the East- ern Star are reminded that though Dvltalion; have not been mailed to them, Ihey are cordially invited to tbe dance to be given neit Monday evea- >t iu the Knights of Pythias hall. A special Good Friday prayer and praise service will be held In Wesley Hall on Friday evening at S o'clock. The Bev. Wra. Bicfcanan will deliver au address'on. the crucifixion. The of Kin will meet In the Hall ua Friday evening at 7.M o'clock. The WomenJs Missionary Society of Wesley Church1 will meet lomor row, Friday, afternoon at 3.30 in the lautes1 parlor. A special Easier pro- gram has been arranged and the elec Uon of officers will take place. A full attendance is desired. Wesley choir will rehearse tonighi at 8 o'clock .Instead of Friday at previously announced. ennui IQTQ PI ncu tyuulAuolobLAon Four Killed aa4 Several Wound ed Dn'ring, Disorders Wednesday .WEDO1NQS On 15th, at the Unit ed Church parsoncce, John Milne, o jLethbridce and Jeuicle Robb, recent of BanKshlre, Scotland, were unit cd in marriage by Her. a J. Hoggins supported by Mr. and Mrs Wm. Crelk, of Lrfhoridge. A -very pretty wadding solem nlted at the Metkodlst Spokane, Wash., the evening of Apri 9tb, when Kathryn Hulit, dauahte of Mr. and Mrs. Chas, E. Hulit, o Lucky Strike, Alia.', becaaie tbe brid of Bldoa E. Smith, ot Los Angeles Cal Mr. and Mrs. Smith will apen como lime ID Portland and win be a Lome to friends after April 19th 1723 North Vermont Ave., Los Angc les, Mr. Eldon Smith is the con ot A. Smith, rancher of Wilson Siding, an a nephew of Mr. J. Redmond of th city. Many Southern Alberta Join in wishing the young couple many years of happiness prosperity. A Grocery List that Should Bring a Great Business BETTER ORANGES FOR LESS MONEY' As for quality, these oranges are as fine as you can get. Sweet and just full of Juice, EO much more for your inoriey. You can't: afford to Ifnore it. I Per dozen 45c, 60c and 70c MILAN', April persons killed and several wounded dor c disorders nere Wednesday Inci dent to clashes between Socialist and antl Socialist groups. The offices of toe newspaper Arwit were wrecked by the Socialists. The -workmen of Bologna Turin and Genoa, the principal mining cities of northern Italy, began a H hoar strike -The police mnd the military were powerless for a time lo prevent coi- tions between the Socialists ar-tl-SocialitU. The anti SocialUta Trent to' of tie Avanti and a reTolTer stot fired from a window ot the build tog strnck and Wiled a aol- dier. The opposition crowd rushed Into tbe bniMIng and the lorni- tnre and machinery. MlliUry rein- rcemeDte rettored ordtT. Cottage Rolls, boneless ham, per Ib. DjC Cooked Tongne, per f f ib.................. Melt Loaf, per Ib............. 40c Stuffed Olives, per bottle, JBc and............ Chill Sauce, Donalro, per bottle Ettra. Sifted Peas. per tin 4Sc 25c 30c rrcmlum C.C22, sliced, TA per lUC Bggs, New Laid; per doien 4flc Canned Tips, 4D Llbby's, per tin 1 JOC Blue Label Catsup CA per bottle DUC Olive Oil per bottle ff 3oc and D3C Fjepared bottle EFFIdENCriNI GOVLDEPAHEHTS OTTAWA, lApril Private mem- ben had their last tnnnfi hi com- today prevlom to the adjourn meat for the Eaater hoi May. On notion of Dr. M. etMte, South Perili, it was decided lo name a spe- cial cmnrilUee fo InvntlBrte tke ernmnt (Jeptrtments with the pur- pose o( racreasing the efficiency of the cfyll service. On motion of Hume Cronyn, Lon- don, the house agreed to aaotker committM to comtor UM devetep- Canada of scimtlflc rnnrct. MUNKlt pArinvn April As aoclated yearly stale- meat of the Grand' Railway shows an htereate of over la Me froM traflo raeclfU, M work- me expenses were ay Marly t ptr leaving the net traaHc aanlaai leas by To a of on acccnta Ike ot tb. cndit hart year, .mak lac fttjm carried forward, The Canadkaa Awoclaled attoanced neeatly that the dtrtatei tke gaarantwd and ctock woild IN Batted aad the board of Ik-acton esprrM regrM m that attrftmtrnf rea- toa to Ua anxaaaa caaard a eoatraaaace oMBr all tfce SHvt of the Wtthoot tht of Mood soWlen and officials here toft the land. With- out the.aheddinc of Mat, then, the hlrhert of all earthly acMtve- mnls? But snppoie that Wood really flowed again aad tie GtrrUa Mldter had withdrawn from Poland ti, fresh, t Ibs.' for pound Green Onions, 3 bunches OP- i for _.OC Asparagus pounds foT frlMh Strawberries eiperted Saturday. Lemons, per dosen PHONE }U OUR 'SERVICE SATISFIES PHONE 313 IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE FACTORY-ACT. WE .WILL NOT K61P OPEN THURSDAY EVENINO TO ACCOWMO DATE OUR PATRONS. AS ADVERTISED IN TUESDAY'S '7 PAPER. honorably. German the. white shield of. a people shown great In Its noble history, not worth a IKtle more Ibtlood? And if today a few more Germans had fallen on the PoHih irhere ao muy of our Vrothen lie at Lodz, certainly they would not hare died