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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APRIL 23, 1920 DMLY PAGE 4 PERSONAL W. Ix Bairiett-Lennard. of Van- couver, is a visitor In the city. Mr. and Mrs. P. Naglen of Korth Yakhna, Washington, are visiting it the home of the former's brother, Mr, J. Jl Biskervllls, on their way old .horns in they will spend tho summer. MrJW..S. Bpsn'ortji, of Coleman, If Joe been come close scores right rough, a. --listed that' tiere_.migfH be -a chance of wluolne either twq good to be given !o? the itro largest aggretate icores. The fortunate win- ners of last nlsht'o prlies follow: first, _Mrs. G. Gunt; eecond Beaton; consotetion, Mrs. W. T GUI. GentlsokO'i's first. Mr. Knowl Mr. conaola- tton, -Mr. Bhbodat. DelwUiie The brought to hold a special i drlvo next mjonVfl, offering their usua good prltci, Mil} at the same prizes tt 'five many friends of Mr. and T. Shaw, of North Lethbrldge. will be Klad.io know Uiey have returned home after, an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.' J. Shave, Femle, li.C'. The Invje- j orallne mountain air .rest j has; had the desired effect and Mr. I Shaijr returned with much improved health. IrL'answer io many Inquiries iugjMr. and Mia. Fred Swlngler and family, we ere pleased to .stite that thoy-iarrived In England on April 'lit after -a very pleasant voyare. 3 -_x- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES :-i ,s _. The itetn cm tills page yesterday in be prizes tt the Jortusato and gentleman. H iisinuui uwiHUO 3as Fullest Power Ever Grant-] ed Any Chief Secretary ,For Ireland -TIPS TO HOUSEWIVES your fcKchwi aprons from the stirta of your house as the sklrti are always good when the A but may otteo sr.red Tuif yet the be- orod error, if crayons tho color of the wall paper are usad to till the torn and EcratJived i To. -your: able atay fluff y'tt' longer time, heat the cotton thoroughly before putting Into the eomforUr. To tlme'.when .your .clock re- VAprll Canadian Associated Hamar Green- wood speakingat Sunderland, said that nobody, as far as he knew, ques- tloned''the prime minister's wisdom ill appointing htm to the high and difficult post of'chief-secretary for Ireland. The appointment would be gratifying to the dominions, especially lo Can- ada, which had always followed his career with great interest. "My appointment Is without quali- fication, tesorvo or', limitation. I have the- fullest powers any chief secretary ..-I have'no reason to there he any difficulty In having; my vie.ws adopted by the cab- stated Sir.Baoiar. The ajter these 'remarks. It further remarks that the audlenco were quite In the dark as to Sir are. Tho Guardian, however, has. already admit ted that :the''new'.chlef 'secretary is likely, to v.'lajils bye-election.' MURDER'OF MISSIONARY IN CHINA CONFIRMED VAfcCOtFVEK, Vancouver World today BUYS: Renter's Pacitic-service Carries con flrmatlon'ot the murder of.br. Men-, zies, Presbyterian medical missionary of Toronto, at night of March. 17. He was stathed stomach and died. an. hour later. Thci hehslon'tbroaiEn tie Itein coining' in by way of The "Jim Crow" 'stunt" in trod u ced by Mr.- Klntosh at Ihe Rotary convention In it-.'created a great in? its novelty. It will a feature inihe dance -r--'- Girl resular monthly committee 'meettng will until -.'r yjsntora to attendlngithe hospital t-all'.thls Evening in the Ma- eotac ball are asked to present them- Eelyes to. tie reception committea In order that they -may te Introduced. Those ou-the reception committee'-ara Mrs. 'P. W.lPerinefathor, Mrs, J. 3. Stewart, Mrs. Vf, ,D. L. Hardle, Mrs. A. and'Mrs. Homer. the hospital dance, U. ___... Should havs fol- fuses to so ior no apparent reason, IcrwB! ThV'first ertra slipper'-dinca don't ft to.the "clock man, put omall piece of cloth dampened with Colin: D. MacKIntosh and partner. The kerosene Inside under tho works. go torn window shade may be made" to lart twice as long unlacHns the end. of; the roller, humming 'it- ;on.-.the machine and retaefcing the frayed and recked end roller wlwratt will ibt u show. Should the knob corns off the lid of i pan or kettle; a may made as throjish tie lead to Inside of the and a cork screwed on the protruding end. TME will rdbbers, who had attacked the com- ound wherein vomen workers -were, efended by the missionary, escaped.' civil governor is sending a deputy j co-operate ivith Vice-consul Ogden; f .Tjcn Is co.uducting In- i at the door iy the' Rev. Major Gore-Barrow on his Injtho It" is hoped that 'every woinen lu the parish will make fort to be present, arid if possible, bring a friend. Tea. Trill be Silver collection. The Edmonton lAJl-Stars be: In tho city tomorrow play the "Y1 boys for the provincial championship The game 'will start at 9.30 o'clock In tilt? Y. M. C. A. In, order to give em plo'jrees who are-working in stores an opportunity to see tho' game, Remember-- offfco stal whiat drlvo and elanca In Burgmann'a hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Dancing .will commence at'Vl'and -will continue un- A thrbe-pieco orchestra will be In attendance. Street cars will be provided at 2 o'clock. The public are reminded of tlia The -Dausant on Saturday, May 1st, to the Major Jack -Ross Chanter, I. Oi-D: Bi in tho Masonic BRITISH LABorf PARTY'S FRANCHISE BILL LAlD.p.yER iii m" V bt 14 to .committee, of .tho house 0 commons' yesterday laid'on "'tlie able the Labor party's franchise bjl under whlcff women 'would i lii've'-b'eeli' given the vote at the age of 21, the same ai get hot and cuii-'Be iftmorfcl K rSfrtfeirf -if i The wash wringor-.-nmially Tears oul 'Irst at the ends where pressure ii ised. "Ifiqu take; several 'yards twine iand .wind Ihil' the roller, being careful to -wind It very close, eyeu when the ijibher thin you Tfi.li rojlerj expeJMe ol a :f LONDON, March A monument.to Edith Cavell, the Brit ten ''iiurso -who "was 'shot- by the Qer mans at.-9russel8, .has been ejected In Charing Cross 'oftl Trafalga Square and almost under shadow of tlio Nelson Monument. The unveiling ceremony con ducted before huge crowd by th Aloiandrn, -being th llrst act "of In London since the death of her. luis- band, King Edward VII. The" m6hum'erit..iB of grey granite and stands 40 feetijilgh'. On the (oiir panels ore Sacrlf t) ovotibri' and .'KoYUtu'de. 0 n. the baqk Is the British on a sonie'nt, and abo'yp it. aro tiin words: "Faithful Unto Death'." The statue, of jniirbl.p, Nurse Cavell nurse's uniform, Ort'tlisi, teso I6'.th6 Inscription Dawn October The G'uelph labor Cuticura Soap Complexions, Are Health? council has refujed, lovjbin'ln a gen- All members of No. 1 Company GW Guides will meet at SL Augustlu'i church, iith St. S., at 7.30 .to It possible, as an Invitattoa has'boon received from No, 2 Company Girl Guides to attend the tUne 10 start "grecnthingsa-irowing. Do you know there are eighteen vegetables you may esrily grow home. "Eighteen Vegetables and How to Otow !o the April IMUC rf PVERYWOMAMS WORLD, gives fanporUnt information upon thlt ttoelynibject It tells you how to gtow your when and where to plant, what ones need sun, that need ctc cleaner ''In' the world. .ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION ALTERATION SALE SHOEDEPT. 300 pair of Ladles' Black Kid Shoss, til sizes. 8 and 9 Inch (ops, Louis, Cuban, 'med- ium cud walkii-g heeU. All new flex- ible Bolus. Regular 510.00 to 1 15. 00. to ladles' Oifords. 500 pair of Oi- fords In all Bliadrs snd styles. Louis and walking heela. Regular ?12.00 to Q ff Price WASH DRESSES Ladles' Pumps la patent, kid leilher, Louis and Cuban heels, C QC 3..JO SMALL FEET, .ATTENTION! Biies 2 to 4. 100 pair grey shoes, Louis heels, S inch tops.' Ifcgular' A QC :ji2.00 35 PER 'CEMTi'SAViNG TO MEN -Who-.want good substantial work; shoes for-, epriiig, all sizes.-Regular, (6.00 to ?1000 'Values. and 'Men's Dress.Shoes In black kid, brown kid, royal nfahosan'y and cocoa brown calf.- Regular to J15.00. Good vear welt'soles, all sizes and lasts. and 4 SEE OUR TABLE DISPLAYS W, CHILDREN'S SHOES' AT CLEAR-- ING PRICES. to Hand iri and Boys' Wear T 'v 4' v f BOYS'surrs A fine assoiimenl Suits In tweeds, Smart patterns and reliable matiriiisJ'.'AgeB'XS' toj 16 years n t TffonnjL i ueca uOiTi ?o.uu ui WU MEN'S -AND YOUTH'S SPORT JERSEYS Just the thing fpr "the ball contrasting colors and .well made. to each rs- 4 MEN'S SHIRTS are glad to announce a shipment of the fiujious