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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 't'HK mtt Y PAGE Ki.F.VEN PERSONAt -J t o Miss Dora Nimmois, who has been visiting at tha home ol her sister, H. Andrew Smith, left tor Calgary last night Mrs..Stoke and little sou are spend- ing a.few .days'ln Calgary. received the sad news ot the death of their father, tlie luto'David Jack- son, ot Grlmaby, Ont. Miss Gladys White Is progressing nicely after her operation at the Van Haiirlom hospital. ot the Empire, all over Canada to pur-, chase wherever possible articles of clothing, food, or other necessities 'of life which are manufactured or grown In Canada or any other part ol the Jritiih Empire.'" ITeparations for the St. congregational social given by the A. Y. P. A. havo been completed and nothing has been left undone to make "set together social" a huge suc- cess. A social of amusemeuts and muslo will be Indulged in and the congrega- tion are urged to make every elfort to this first entertainment given by the young people. A dance will bo given at tho close Mr. J. Wallace has returned California. from of the social, when a smalj charge will be made to defray the'ex- penses of the evening. Friends of the congregation are Invjted to this or. by tho purchase of a ticket through mem here of the association. Mra. H, Covillo, of Far Rock away, X.Y.. accompanied by her two chil- dren and Master Junior Grlffenbagen, of BrecklyBj aro the guests of Mrs. St Astrof, ef Foremost.. Tho sympathy of a largo circle of friends Is .extended to Mrs. B. Atns- and Miss Ada Jackson, Tvho have the Velasquez silhouette A wonderful new fuhtan creation baa just appeared. It U known as the VeUsqutJ Silhouette. On It will be bistd the coming for 1920. 1m- ported frnra Spain, it is a striking Mode for Milady. Ten charming illustra- of the Velasquez eilhouette, ion's latest decree, with a full account of its origin, its development and Ita popularity, will be found under "The Fashionable Silhouette and Other Help- ful Hblri" in, the April EVERY- WOMAN'S WORLD. Add to this the excluuve shoiring of "JUe Coatujne Royal" Spring Styles, and you have two fashion features you cannot afford to miss. Both appear in [VEWWCWAN'S C- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES C- The History and Current Events de- partment ot tie Mathests Club meet with airs. H. B. Herbert, 1706 eth Ave. S., on Tuesday attornoou. The executive of the Neit-c-t-Kin will meet aftho homo of Mrs. Smith. 1731 1st A.ve. N...-OU Tuesday oventug at 7.30. There will be a meeting of the East- ern Star tomorrow night at S.OO in the Masonic liall tho Worthy Grand Matron -will make her official visit. All members an'd visitors" bf'tne'clty are invited. 5fembers ot the Eastern Star are.cor- dially invited to tea from 3 to'- 0 on Tuesday- afternoon the home' ol Mrs. J. Livingstone to meet tho Worthy Grand Matron, Sirs. Dallas. Tha Sikokrfoki'Chapter, B. will meet at the Nursing Mission on Tuesday ovenfng-at..3 o'clock for sew FORTY OTHER FEATURES net CEicrs riR COPT ALL irews STAHDS ng. Everyone is i ng Churches Bui "Fnitt-afe" Brouglit Heaitli and Strength 29 Si. Jloss ST., "I am writing you to tell you that loizenyliftlQ "Frait-a-tmf. This medicine relieved uio when I had given up hope of erer being well. .1 was a terrible sufferer from Buffered for yens; and nothing I took did me any good. I reid about "Fruit-i-tives" tried them. is Konitrful itciicif.t made from ffait juices, I am now entirely well" Jiadame flOSINA F01S1Z. 60c. a bor, 6 Cor trial size 25o, At til dealers or senl postpaid Fruit-a-tivci Limited. Ottiwi and story entitled In .ho United chiirr.h-ipn; eve ning at S.OO. f-''' At a meeting 61' 'the Sjkokotok Chanter. 1. 0.' D. .13.? Tuesda} April the folios-ing .resolution passed: c "Bs it resolved tha'f kotoki Chapter, I. ,O. tlie following resolution National executive meeting.--Jtinuary 7Ui, and each .member' themselves individually to far ns possible Canadian or British mado goods; 'The financial situation in Canada and tho llatheriCounlry is such as to cause anxiety, 'and..whereas the need for thrift and economy is oh. vlpus, and whereas in order just OUT adverse position, we should encourage1 increased production in Canada, bo it resolved that the Natlonal'ekecutive urge tho nierm; hers of tho Imperial Order, Daughters evening, meeting. '1. There will bo no meeting of the Bible class...... services Fire Girls meet In Central school for bas- ketball. Trosser's class meets [n tho beginners' room. Monday, meeting of the Progressive Club. service; Studies from the Book of Rovelallous. Wednesday, for boys and girls, 14 and under. Admission 10 cents. Wednesday, 8 of'new- ly-elected stewards in the pastor's study. Thursday, M. S. election ol officers. All members ate attend. meeting of tho Boy Scouts. people pro sent tho play entitled, "Cranberrs Corner" in Wesley hall. (Friday, choir practice choir, practice. United Monjay evening Boy Scouts. Tuesday evening in the church, a their "meetIng. with Foreign Minister Sclalola of Italy. Philippe Berthelot political director of the French for oClce; Karl British tor tloa or maintained by Institutions, lack of method and ot organisation prevailed. Books W trom tie visi- tor's The library was The Modern Public Library t is a place for collecting the best books and for making them Serves many; attempts to put the righvbook Into the hands ot every reader. Special is given to children; generous supplies of approved 'cooks are furnished; toys and girls are helped aud guided; stor- ies are for the little ones. The librarian Is the guide; philoso- pher and friend to all possible patrons. Patrons are eagerly sougut. The mis- sionary spirit prevails. It is supported by the people and for the Organized according to modern lib- rary science, thus multiplying too value ot the books. Tho freest access to books is given. Tho library Is an active force. from the Ontario Library Review. 'For the benefit ot those who do col know the tee. for original outlay is only 5c, which buys a card. When this card Is tilled an- other can be bought at the same price. H. Bletcher, Librarian. When you cat let it be trie best. WAGSTAFFE1S Heal Seville Orange Marmalade All Orange and No camouflage. Boiled utth care In SSlccrParu, The Store of Quality Groceries OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, NOT ONLY IN'THE QUALITY OF THE GOODS WE SELL AND THE PRICE AT WHICH VVE SELL THEM, BUT ALSO IN EVERY SERVICE WE RENDER VoiTAS OUR CUSTOMER. Corn Syrup, Crown Brand, 2s, per tin ..................30o Corn Syrup, Crown Brand, 5s, Corn. Syrup, Crowu Brand, 10s, per White Beans, 5 Ibs. for 45c Rice Flakes, Kellogg's, 2 pkts. for 25o Krumbica, 2 packets- for 22c Milk Cafrnatlon, small size, 4 tins for...............i; 35c Creaoe'.tes, 3 packets for 35c .Macaroni, Mother's, 3 packets 35o Puffed Wheat, -Quaker, per packet 15c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE elgn minister, and-numerous score tarles, the Villa De- vachau, met again later In the after- noon at Premier N'ltti's hotel. No out- siders were present with the excep- ion of three Interpreters, Col. ilankey 'or George, M. Kammerllng ot .the French foreign office fotr M. Millerand, and SIgnor. Troinponettl, of the Italian forelag .o'filce, for Signor sitti. Huns Must Obey They 'were agreed without a mo- ment's discussion thai-Germany should be told in the most positive manner that she'must observe- the treaty; that the allies were firmly united upon this and that she' should be warned of the1 punitive consequences should she refuse or fall to observe the treaty. the material.in the Dominion for good actors and actresses, citing the names of Flojo Coghlan and tho late Frank Macklln, who was for a long time tne leading man with the late Sir Beer- bohni Tree. There was a great future for Canadian drama produced in the country played in the country, and he saw no reason why in tho fu- ture Canadian dramatic pieces with native talent should not uq playing in Ixjndon in the same Way as English companies and productions arc played In Canada. Sir. Power spoke' of the.great bene- Buys Little Farm in m would bo derived in linking _ _ _, ..the Empire as a whole In- dramatic Says Canada Needs Dramatic Expression of Her Own taste and in the appreciation, of British drama by the 'All'Red Route Premier .Lloyd George suggested of food, raw materials and intercourse' Premier' Millerand Is declared as____________ having said, that such pressure, with-; audience" to'wulch he'played at the out the usu ot naval or military aid, i on Friday night A highly interesting person to con- verse with waswhat uio Herald en- countered In an interview it had with Mr. Tyrone Power, Saturday.' It is needless to. say that lie expressed his at the size the would In effect he nb pressure at all. Ho declared it would be another S.OO, under the auspices of the W.M.S. i "make believe" and that' Germany and junior choir of Uio ch Mr. Power is an Englishman who made his home in Canada, hav- ing .purchased a fishing lodge, an old which It tho intention of tho Trans-Canada program to :brlng about. He referred to the enthusiastic recep- tion he receivcjd In Australia in -which ho was welcomed, though at the time a stranger ihere. In Ihe true Britlsli spirit of kinship. Mtn in the audience shoutsd, "We are glad to see to it, old boy." It was enough to enthuse any actor and any company. Speaking of his future program, Mr. Power said that he Intended to tour Canada next year with the original plays "Anathema" and "The Itoad 'to and to lake his company he will assemble in these particular plays, to London. Ho will also play tha parts ot Hamlet and Shy lock in Shakespearean repertoire. and story, entitled, "The Pink Wednesday ser- iurchi soug! could; conduct her economic business abbey house, with 45 acres'ot farm 'ink Rdso." .through countries jusfthe ]an4 in .Quebec on the lUchelieu riv- same.' The only'warning .that would er. In conversation ho said that the be-respected, thef only-pressure that performance ot "The Servant in tho v-ould be effective. :ho asserted, would House" In Toronto was greeted with vice. Thursday practice. evening The be application of such, the greatest enthusiasm. The theatre Loyal Adult Bible class will meet at force as vthe military and naval ad- the homo of "Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Kess- visors might deerri sufficient. ler tor thevr social evening. Premier Lloyd George, It Is said, re- was crowded from.floor to ceiling and the audience were not satisfied until he .was called to the-front of the] meeting and Luted this conclusion.' Premier NUti curtain and asked for n speech. The j choir practice. inclined toward, the British premier's same experience was met with In Win-, Aid'view'and. the matter rests there for: hi peg. The; first setback in the meets at the home'ot Mrs. G. D. 1 ttie present A compromise- may take worth. i-ie fom of an ultimatum to-Gerraany Christian HVU wUh .fe of cnt tour he and has company oro y inaking, in regard to audiences at Ihc Block, ground floor, will hold .their without "indicating what regular Testimony, meeting 'on. '.Wed- nesday' evening at 8 o'clock. form -the will take. In considering the Turkish treaty today'the council decided to reply to President Wilson's note on the sub- ject giving him full, explanations as to why It'could not Accept thejpoints he niade' in this connection, v-' (Continued from Front Page.) Chocolatos Cliocoktcs by mothers who came to know these superior confections as a delightful gift in the days before marriage, It was then that inothcrs became' lovers of Moir's Chocolltee for their un- iiUrpassed goodness and rich flavor. 'So it 19 that Moir'a Chocolates havo become the chocolates of the fcomc. Young mothcrohavc sweet memories of Moir4a and on to the children. MOIR'S LIMITED, HALIFAX, N.S. 'in Wataon, Campbell and Smith, Calgary ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVES Higher Duty on Spirits Sir. Chamberlain said there would c a further duty on spirits, tho pricq elng raised to 12 shillings six-pence bottlo for the consumer, as against ho present price of 10 shillings six- The winOrduty will bo don- he said, and on sparkHhg wines the duty -would be 50 per -cent, ad alorem. The beer duty would be In- cased to SO shillings itbo sfaudard arrel, and the price to the consumer .a penny a pint. Tho chancellor announced that xccss profit tax would be raised to SO per cent. The national fiobt oh Match 31 last was estimated to be Ir. Chamberlain staled. 'An ad- valorem duty of'50 por cent. 3n Imported cigars was Included in ho. HOW taxation, the chancellor snid. There would be a preferential re- >ate, ho added, in the case of cigars imported from the dominions or ln-j dia. Mr. Chamberlain said a now tax OS a shilling in the pound would be.; evle'd concurrently with the excess irofits tax on Ihe profits.of limited lability companies, H will 16 deducted before the new tax is levied. Levy on War Profits When the %var wealth committee made its report, the chancellor added, rarliament would bo asked later' to !mposo a levy on war profits, tho pro- ceeds of which would be applied to reduce tho excess profits duty. Pointing out the necessity for a per- manent profits tnx, Mr. Chamberlain said tho results of tho visit ot tho commission snnt to Canada and the United States to investigate the. method of profits taxation was discovery that the methods adopted there were not suited to Groat 'Brl-i tain. Tho chancellor concluded by esti- mating that, as a result of the new pro- posals, the revenue tor the year will ba and the cspenditu.ro leaving approximately for debt redemption, this year, lie declared that there was overy prospect that there would bo the sum of for tho same purpose next year. Record for Books Oat Number of Subscribers T Now 1050 (Contributed.) The Horary circulation is steadily increasing, the record for outgoing books for one day having moved up to 291. The number of subscribers now totals 1350 A number of new books havo been addeil, among them'several tor" tho children's department. H is gratify- ing to notice the enthusiastic' way Uio children are avail'.rg themselves ot tho library privileges. There arc some books on gardening and agriculture which should prove itscfu! at this season. Below is an excerpt from tho On- tario Library' Review contrasting the ideals of the old and now library. At this 'the actor expressed no litr life surprise. "It Is1 said Mr. Power, "that Canada had a dramatic expression of her Instead of having to depend on New. York for the productions in this co'untry." Ho. felt that there was EFFERESCENT SALINE The Old Library It was a place for 'guarding and pro- serving books. Intended to serve the book- ,lsh men and the scholars who had -'the necessary to be ad- .rvihitted. Children were denied the usa ot hooks; thojr promised tho _fulure In exchange for the pres- onl. The librarlon was a bookish library polEcrman. The yl'sKor was looked apon with suspicion. It was supported private subscrip- There suums no doubt that the pre- miers are agreed-a Joint declaration must be sent to Germany requiring her to tulflj Ihe comllllcms of the Ver- sailles trea'ty unit It the does not do so the nllles will take measures'to compel hor. Tho premiers, however, havo not yet agreed upon ttie form of pressure to bo used should Germany continue negligent. Premiers Lloyd Qoorgc, .MllleraiiJ Nllfl, after Never iasted oxsy- tb.iiig better than POST aitd don't think leverwiljU, Ideals of purity and value We are soapmakers with an ideal is to make a Soap which shall have no equal for Purity and Efficiency throughout the superior in all the world. v We realize our ideal in every tablet of Sunlight Soap which is manufactured. SUNLIGHT SOAP is made'from the sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It is the purest and most efficient of soaps and, if used judiciously, the most economical. Insist on getting the Soap you ask ;