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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ilESDAY, AIM'tIL W, 1UIV 'InK I KKIaiMir lil-.U PAGE NINE MILADI Inimitable Scotch g1 Those Receiving War Honors brother. Mr. Krc-d Kenny, on lite way his home at Victoria, O.I'. U. l.yrtijhurst am: bet1! the yuojt of her ,1. Xsrnian flu-hie, tefi liiis Mlss Pearl Hrfatu, of Winnipeg, (or ntir home in Victoria. iu'.. received news thai sons ;iro returning from overseas. tin? guest of K. Mr. and Mrs. J. KI'i-Me, of KJ-I iiouU'n, have arrival In tho t-ny L rcrastu Tor ihe suriimer. I SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. R. R. DarWron ami little- son i A A A A i% A A A t% haie returnM iu their btmio in Uie v v v i-ily spoiling ilin minor months J Ter? pleasant evening was In southern Califaniiu. fac home 'of Mr. Mrs. Albert Arnold, Bryan OH Monday to -Mr. O. B, Kdgeit returned last jiighr [welcome home Sergt. O. WiHeUs, who 'ruin Spokane after sueudEDg a lev rciunu-d from oversees. Covers were lays witli Mrs, Kdgctl, ;rji-> is serious-: IftiJ for eighteen, anr! the enjoyable ly ill in itie hospital, j dinner was followed by music {ami a social evening Scrgi. K. Caughey. of this city, who bfren visiting in LettibrWge wUh uns relumed to i The cosy liule bungalow of Mrs. II. JOT Ito'me i A. Smith waa ihronjr- ed wiUi cailc-Ts yesterday ala-rncoii. I 3lrs; Slllilil "al tfie Iir5t imis hcr The l.icut. Norrnan Riaitii, u former veil- Vnovvn Atbena newFpapcT inau. front overseas and is vlsiltng hc''tes3' becomingly yowiieU m penrl In tiuts of delicale p'nk, re- 1 Ivieivcrt her many Mrs. Hobi. I'tc. FYatii; Kenny, of the Hoyal avftl ivlio recently lamieil is in tnc city visiting 1 Ximwions, looking very charming ID rain grey taifcla. assisted the hostess in th? tlrawtng-rosm. where a proi ess I The s-r.tra! ino.-titig of the Club held lite Y.MX'.A iiu- Jltorituir tomorrow (U'cdaesdayj nf- lernoon al o'clock. A yrompi at- lerulamifl is-reijucateil. as .tiicni IB im- portant lo he FicJi is privilegwl [o bring a el c'rlocV. iTlicu an on "Our City will he stvcn by Mr. r. Hall. Tlip Cajup Fire Hiris or Wesley! church "-vill give posipuncd tea; and pantry salo in iiall on j Saturday afiornuon Irotn a until fi. Tijero will JIG en interesting program. In ihe beginners' room ths girls have a surprise in ihe sliajic ot a uni'jne gallery. The Woman's il-ble class r.-lll nietl at the home r..1 .Mr.s. Cray. T'lU Avc. X., tomorrow aftornooii at o'clock. Tha Bible Study dais which meets In KJIOX cliurcb tjascnicnt ivill meet on afternoon of this week al o'clock, of dav. The PrOLheon class of St. Mary's carafe, fs lu the oily vising hi, iVon of a veritaWe "t SI. --------------------____________________T 0> spring 'church lias been postponed Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK K'.vou cannot spend (hrce years In hosjiilal or are pafl hos- limit, semi nmne anil adlil'CSS on (losk'atxl for year hook pxplditiing the r. S. N. Hoinc-l'racllcc.Mctliod cit sillily- irg trained ntirsios. Klato age. The Chaufauqua School of Nursing. Y. trs. IJryinner invited to the lea j attractive with white ,nnd pur- j p'c iris, where Mrs. MurreUAVrishl] .at the tea. Mrs. (Dr.) Taylor.; Miss Holes anil Miss Mildred XEmtuonsj the ice. i LHtic Jack AinBworlh. acting as dour attendant, was scJinuwhiit lost a.t times, winning Ihe hearts or M. hurch week. v v WAR MEMORIAL HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces the high cost of living by lessening the amount of expensive meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the The increased vaKie of bread made in the home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the attention to which it is justly entitled. Bread with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Made in Canada PROPOSAL TO RED CROSS SOCIETIES OF WORLD FOR EXTENDED PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES J'ARIH. Feb. Mail) i Tiitoruattonal Hed Cuss Osaii TliR Jted Cross has showti ilsfill (o lie an in- firuuifflt of peculiar fieiibiliiy and ihe iiuitvUnal rx> tin tries would them- conduct, operations alung tJje reiprrtive line JDdiutted. ]i In thB plan, bow ever, that Um In- ternational orgaaizatlons at Geneva. will tlitireaXtfr continue lu formulau and propose lines of Red effort la the Intent of huraanilr. will com- religions, as betn-een classes. Wliilo ed States. France; Ureat Britain, Italy J. K T. Herman-Hodge, Sir T. n. Hon. T. H. Cochrane. baronetcies inclnd Sir K. C. AiiderFon, Sir C. Corey. Sir Davidson Dalze-l, Sir Charles Chad. i and Japan, representatives jconstitnteit themselves as a "Commit- tee of Cros.t Societies" to fprmn- !ate and to propoRe to tile Red Cross SDdclIes 0' the ivorM. an extenilrd wlck-llealey, Kdwanl llutton, news-1 progritmrae of Red Cross ActivUios !u I paper proprietor; T. Madge. Nor-1 tiiQ interests of liumanity. Jn Us organized form in each country, j (.OIKeived it enjoys intimate relations wJth movement. rllJi (he n ot Kt1 The Governments of the five coun-1 (he neopies 0( Ihn world may c-o-oper- Borden unveiled at Tap- low, ICiiJflaml. a (o ihosn who dieil nt the Canadian lied Cross man Moore; Sir .1. D. Kees. Tlie- man'v VnigM'noods induce j irjes represented in this nucleus ol a Uie inTiTrnJaUng and'de'velonlne1 Harry Lauder, ''for empire service ren- committee have from (he outset, been in respective, countries lor dere4 during the F'rofeseors Israel Gollacz. WHiiani IlWgley ami (-rts took rt In. ,rtll ceilletorv m D. nulierls. Easier X Gei- gfcr. (I. U'eir, (J. Dunlop. M. P. Clopes. K. C'laylon. II. Xoivlo'tt. K. Willtaras. C. Clart. yoiins closed Jhe recitai by singing "The .'iTuple 1-eaf Forever" and "Ga'.l Save the with orchestral aecotu- Tituf.'.Mian, o! Pnrhainf a vef.ei High School principal, is .retiring, 1C. form or assistant deputy died Toronto. TEA .vet it preserves vol- untary auj democratic character. U is expected lhat out br this world gathering, there will ereergn an organTsation. tbrcugit lully informed of the proposal lo hold beitcrracnt of mankind, sitch a-world conference; they regard would fosier the it as important, and cadi has separ- study of human (JiF.eaRe .promote sound The mem striking speech was made V Mrs. Astor, who OV.-DS the estate. "What A privilege." she said." "ii Ima been for us io have Hie Cana- dians ul Cliveden, f do not call emeiery. _ You will see wo li tried to set away irom tlio or Health about place, I feel ii tiiily we wtio are dead if MC fail them in furgelting how they leid doivn their Vivts for right. You see (lie figure on the memorial faces VS'e lo feel thosfi who haVr. been i laid here are merely Q littla wa.v j ot v special wur sen-Ices lo the admiralty." The' the" wide- malaVia'anToiher 'chroiifc and5 luteii' Fpreati human suffering which has fol- j Uous diseases, and would provide i lowed in tho wake of the War. Prob- measuies for handling problems of i lems of food and recoustrucilon arc of- world relief in emergencies such as magnitude, thai they must, of I fire, faming and pestilence. .FRENCH BLUE In Four Cars of Munition To' East Open r couree, be dealt with and financed by governments. But in addition there is a vast field for supplementary aud emergency effort on the part'ot" Vol- untary Xational relief organizations. The original Geneva convention was designed primarily to guarantee Irality (o those aci.uaUy engaged in tlie care of the sick and wounded combat- ants. Tins war lias shown, however. Each national Ked Cross Sectecr, In Ihe light of Jprorniation in- lernationfil organization, or on basis of its own experience or desire's, )'stimulate among the jieople ot tu own country, effective measures t'J accomplish the rrsuHs iiraerl at, of It is the plan of the "Committee of Red Cross Societies" to proceed im- mediately to the- definite formulation of the I'lati to be submitted to Mie- world Red Cross Congress, au-1 for that purpose, it will eatabfiah working headquarters at Cannes, France. To that will be invited Uie leading experts in public; Correspondent.) Siberia, April IVia Caech' delacUments ar- riving here report anccs on tiip rail read lor a distance Because of the seatiment connect-, of 300 vcrstsr besinning'at Ynrii, 1SD I thKt the battle-field of modern war- .health, tuberculosis, hygiene, saniia- 1 fare extends into every nome of the tion and child ivelfare. It K.J lay-fair, Canadian Press nattons involv.ed .Out of this fact has that the past experiences of the na, grown the necessity that the Red'iUoits n'il] be carefully canvassed with ivith French blue and ihe actual fact thai it most people, vbe VDj-y becoming to dressmakers are versts ivcsi of here. The enenu- iy. Ihe rajv rive on sfciis and disappear in same ncanner. This week (hey Th out aoccssories in (his color, I tared four cars'of arms and ammunf- By an overwhelming majority the people of Western Can- ada have decided that Blue Ribbon "Mountain Grown" Tea is the best. Ask for it., iierc are French blue i. slippers and stockings; there are Mouses of it made cf Immlkfr- chief, llnfcii, and one of llic fore- most Ocslgners of lailored suits in tlie country tisca French blue blouses frilled from neck lo waist unrter suits of covert cloth.' ALL GOOD REASONS -I- 'f Mrs. r'awcctl, wiio lias just TC- islgnoil from ttlc presidency of tfirj N'alional Union of Women's Suffrage j Societies in Hritnln. had 73 reasons for not offering hcraulf as ;i parlia- A glance at a cake of Gold Soap will show you that il is unusually large. Actual comparisons will show that it is bigger than any other cake of laundry soap at the same price. This big cake of Gold Soap is heavy, solid, it wears away slowly and evenly, lasting longer, than ordinary soap. It is made only from the choicest materials suitable for laundry use, it goes farther than ordinary soap. A single trial will convince you that Gold Soap is the best and most economical yellow laundry soap that you can use, Gold Slap it in ttit Procter at Hamilton, G0ld mentary candidate, at tion. ?ays, liriril the .last .elec- stic "are my years, and the sevcntjv is.liiat I did not want to." tion belonging to the Czechs, and others removed telephones from differ- ent, stations and destroyed wells. In fighting tlie Czechs and Russians, :he Bolsheviks lost 50 men killed. The allies had two killed and one wounded am] one man died from a oJsoned bullet wound. Captured arms are very primitive Apparently the enemy of criminals and not political revolution- aries. The road to the east is open. BIG PUBLIC WORKS SCHEME FOR EMPLOYMENT OF ANZACS .MELBOUnXK, Australia. April 23 bl-state scheme of public works cons true tion. Involving an expend, turc of nearly and offer ing employment to Anxncs, lias been approved by R Joint eonimls sion front llio stales of Victoria am Xow South Wales, should in time war, extend its ministrations io homeless refugees as well ns lo civilians hi their hgmes fce- nd the line', The International IteJ Cross at Geneva lias, from the beginning done an important work. Throughout the present' -ivar, its high principles ol both neutrality and hopefulness have been maintained. Us position of pre- eminence as the great, neutral agency, be uphold, and it Is the belief that its Ideals (or extending relief In lime of war, can be applied with equal vigour and effectiveness in lime of Peace. The experience of has devel- oper! an advanced practice in caring for the welfare of motherhood and childhooJ.'H has likewise demonstrat- ed novel and most promising 'itics in the care and treatment of tub erculosis and other diseases. It is accordingly of unusual impovi- ance at this moment in the world's a view to formulating a programme of action can be laid hefore ihe Congress of Geneva, Following tbft ivent. these programmes would te communicated to the Red Cross So- cieties of all Ihe nations and the so- cieties would eacli in its own way stimulate ihe carrying out cf those programmes among the respective Meaning of the Whole It Is pressed lhat following Ihe World Congress, there will ha estab- lished at Geneva, a permanent'work- ing organization. Such organlralipn will experts who will keep in touch with the developments through out, the world in tie various lines' in which the Red Cross is interested. Im mediately developments siioald have been realized in any part of the ijvo'rid. cither in research or practise, full in- formation would he rommunicnted to lie centra! organizations at Geneva BERLIN', April attempted to overthrow the govern- ment in Bremau yesterday, but wern defeated after hard street fighting. A. dispatch from Steitin by hp Kichange Telegraph company re- porting ihe outbreak, addd that revoT- and band grenades were used rccly 111 .ths righting. Strike BEftLlX, April (Associated strive movement In Up- per Hllesia iiUensifierl, to ispatcii to the Vossisohe XellunK from1 Ulcltvltz., There is a. general strike at GlRhvilz and its it la said, the Upper Silesian electric power slatohs'have been closed. The oie section is without clevlrlc Hgbti and Uio ifon industry Is seriously af- fected, work being suspended in many plants. The, strike movement is re- aried strong among raUroad workers. fuel controller advises1 people lo bviy Ihelf coal at, once. history, lhat represenlalivcs of the and there sernlinized.1- This Informs various people? should meet in con- ference, compare Information and ex- perience, and determine how volunt- ary effort In every country, may best oxert ilselt in the service of humanity. It is peculiarly fitting tbat world conference should meet under tion and expert advice concerning ft, woutd then be Immediately transmit-, left to Uio world. Jt is not thought that 'the Iillerrii- lionat organization at Geneva, would ilself. carry out the programme adopt- tho aegis of the Hed Cross, for the ed or thai the Red Cross Sodellcs ot LECTURE HEV. CAPT, DENOON. by special request, ivili gpeak on Ms eiperlences whilo on active service, .for. Hie or The Woman's Civic Club KNOX CHURCH, TUESDAY INC. MAY STH.'at 8.31) p.m.. ADMISSION Tickets procurable front Mem- bers ot tte C'.ub. LIKELyiOBElOINlSlGION t v oilier rcpreEcttlnlivn men various Committee of Ame To tin, iioiiifng of Provide For Ihe Inaugura- tion llio mocllnB In mid found j icneral approval ol II among (he ilrle- i gates. that it hn.s virtually been I settled upon. I'Anisi. April 2H.-A proposal'is on' i fcot lo holil Ihe firat mrcHng of the I WASHINGTON. April J9.--Tele- Icnauc o( rations in Washington dur- [eratiis were stnl ID all Kepolittenii I Ing Ihe currcnl yc-ar. Should (he senators today hy Senator Ixiilge, of] assembly inert first In Washington. U 13 said, T'rnsHont Wllcon {lou'dtlcss wotilrl he lo ncfomc (he (irM president of the league, Arrange Inauguration I'AFilS. April It hns vlr- tnally ficciitetT that the first ineoting o: the league of nations shell bo held Iti ucxl October. Plans are bclni? for the of I meeting, ihe initiat gathc-ring It, be In the White iintler Ihe presidency of President Wilson, At yesterday's plenary .session of tUo peace confc-renee moved the appointment of u committee of ninfi ineir.berfi r-t arrange for Mic alisnratlnn (if Ihn Icagiip. nntl Us tonior- Us t.TSk include the [oniiu- Ir.tion of perniiicu nt for Ihe of Die league al Geneva .intl for an inaugural mcrilng In WashlnclciM. Lord Kubcrl Cctil floor leader, and Sen-1 ator Curtis, of Kanfias, whip, asking Iliat public expression of opiuTon npnn tlie league of nallons covenant be vvilhlield until a HeptibKcar, eonfer- enco could deride on what attitude nhoiild bo ndoplcd. KILLED IN SAN 3ALVADORE 'QUAKE April 29.-- Tlio state deptrtmcnt wag vised today Ihnl a severe earth- occurred In San Ralva- dore al I o'clock yesterday i iniirnins. causing JO deaths. In- j Jnrins ninny persons and cans- ''f inn to properly. Tlic IfKallon building v tfnrc- was damaged. 4 FOOD FOLLIES FILL HOSPITALS Many disease epidemics are traced to undernourishment and improper tood. Shredded Wheat L, full of strength-giving nutriment, is easily digested and its daily use keeps die bowels healthy andactive. Ivo or three 1 Shredded Biscuits with nuBc! and fndt make a satisfying, nourishing at a cost of a few cents. ;