Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGK ELEVEN SATIMUMY. The Quality Never Varies 'TV same satisfying same delightful fjoyor is tealed in every can of Seal Brand Coifee pcund, I pound, and 2 pound in trie bean, ground, orpine ground for Write for ourWWct: "Perfect Cofret-PsrfcctlyMnd.'Mt'.fiw. CHASE t, SANBORN MONTREAL PHONE 12M relary. Mits M. Moore, a- is--'iiritlsh Canadian Trust ;Ca. Coir, in-aic Work. I I V f O MALICE For Evil poi'Otis; malice diatl? LIXc boomerangs return, nfllctlng wounds Iliat will not AVIiito race anil anger bnrn. river works. "The the announcement, "baa carefully ad- hered to tho polcy' of retrenchment which hat bcon followed the oul break ot the war wild tlje result thu the aggregate outlay this year Is J2. 13S.S64 more than that ot the pr'occd Ing year and less than Ihe expenditure three years ago." The torching figures probably rep resent a minimum annual eipc-nditur by Ihe department In recent years unless Ihoio tor the current nsca! year are loivcr. Wllli the war over, it lias been Intimated lhat estimates to be tabled when parlamenl meets will providu for a large increase in expenditures on public Y-orks during total or which, nearly the neil flscal yefir-ln'order lo.effon) was spent on public build- employment for returned soldiers and Ings .-mil ovur S'l.OuO.OOO on liarbor and! others. 4 PERSONAL WEDDjNGS -f j VOUDE-Methodist chuiMi sceno ot a quiet weddius VY.OucsJay afternoon, at 3 v.hc-i I Basil Thompson unlt-d in mirrlajo I Beatrice Adele, second .li-iphu-r ot Mr. land Mrs. John A. Saul. Harvard I Albert E. Hiauniont, of The brld. s MIK Clifford Fares, was matron ot hon- or, and Mr. Gordon Foot" n 1 ai best man During the sign u! the reg- ister Miss Margaret SmUh tins Made Tboe Mine." brill.-, who was given In murrlage by hfr father. wore a suit of brovf'n vehtir. irlmmed J with beaver. Her hai was a becom- ing model lo matcll. Mrs K.ires was I gowned In sand'lone flu- CALGARY LIVESTOCK CA1XJAHY. lVr> market ufit-rlns o! in mile demand at JT.O1) t'J mad'? J15.25, cars. Object to Order Lessening cXe orily of Soldiers' r'.oo to Councils S'JO. Two-yea r-oM stocker steers firm at lo sleeker Havtrii. UB....I Vancouver, an ot approximately I20SOM has been leli. Mr. IhcktU was a planter resident ot but went m the. coast more za years ego. OTTAWA. Iiy Hie depjrtnnnt of public during tho pagt.flsr-.il year reached i i i v.iis "-the SKB of "i wm Msiior 1.1 v. _ t Qn (hejr re. Mrs. I.Oder, of Sterling, was a Pin-'sido In Free cher Creek vliitor last week. She was Press. accompanied by her daujoler Miss Anna, who will attend school here j Illl-l. again this term.-Pincher Crosk Kcuo. I A pretty wedding lo-x: iihue V, ea- neaday evening A tin- home ot iKe is brUIe's paranls, SSI N'liw A stive-. when Miss Elbel Clara Hill be- rime Ihe 'bride ot Mr. ].-u Munuel i the Rev. A. Smith oltlcial- thc gucat o! Mr. and D. Hage. Mrs. A. McCorvie and Mrs. Hick Carter's Little Over Pills You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated and Happy Sm.ll Pin Makes Life WorthLiving ARTER'SIRON PILLS The many friends of Mrs. Maughan will be pleased lo learn ot. her recovery from her recent illness. a Mrs. Kiblock who has been visiting wllh her sisler. Sirs. C. F. P: C'ony- beare, Rlvervlow. left this alwnoon to visit in Me.'.iclnc Hat, prior tu re- turning to the coast. n P. Anderson, ot J.elhbridse, spent a few days in High Iliver this week, looking after bis tarm west of town. j He eipects bis son, Capt. .1. n. Ander- son home from overseas in the near liiver Times. Mrs. W. H. McClelland, who has been in England for some time, has ar- rived in Oakland. California and is visltioi there .wllh her mother, Mrs. J. H. Wallace. n Tho bride Was daintilv gowned Richardson, nephew of ihe was best man. After cerernony. a wedding dinner was 10 about seventeen guests. Mr and Mrs. Carlo Ml tor I.etn- bridge later, where they will mate their home and where lac sroom is 'manager for ths .United Type-writer Company. Among tho many keau-. litul which were received was a cut glass vase from Hie Glanvillo staff ot which tbe. brlilc was a mem- ber and a handsome silver tea ser- vice from Manager and Mrs. Atkin, of' the United Typewriter Calgary Herald. GENERAL EERUN, Jan. (.AMOCiated order issued by Col. Reinhardt, Pruuan mlnijter of war, has frcuted open revolt on the part ot the soldiers' council in the German armies. The council ef the 9th army has declared that it will not obey the order and has been Informed that the govern- ment will find means to enforce it. The order of Col. Reinhardt ton corns a lesBculns ot the aullioril) tho soldiers' councils. Up lo Ibis time, the councils many of the armies have been eiei-1 'rising virtually complete control, even' in malters of command and lha order was received generally with dissatis- faction, it being declared by that tnu government was playing square- ly into tbe hands of liie Bolshevik. Tho first open revolt came from the Slli army corps which sent delo- Kales to Guslave N'oskc. with the de- mand lhal Ihe order be rescinded. llcrr Noske refused, thereupon Ins delegation Informed him that the 'order would not be obeyed in 1 army. Noske replied that the govern incut would find.means to elitorce It i The government, it is believed have, or will busy lime it !i MJEWBBON HA Most gtocers sell BLUE RIBBON TEA and most people drink it Do you have it in your home? cue Corpora. Allison and Mr; Allison of oi talfltaE Just a Moment! V Here is Two Dollar? You TllAT Is whil 'wo'-_wl.. and tfveSyou tia'uMJney titf, should come to our ottlcos tbls week and hftvc- completed, at our regular filed moderate (Jarges, Men worth ot 'dental work. Aaj should your bill run lo a liundred: ve.j will band you IracK a splondiil opportunity (b hayo trial riocei- sary wort on your Bring the- other membere of your fifnily tori. Never again will you hnvo such en opportunity lo money. Don't be afraid. This otter Is equally honest as our statement Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentittry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Mitel, Lethbridgc LETHBRIDQE, CALGARY 115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON 1 CRI8TALL BLOCK. i DIM1SSEO PETITION CALGARY, 'Feb. Simmons and Walsh today dls- missed with costs (ho petition of Jesse (louge, unsuccessful Liberal candidate for Ilow River at the general elections at 1917, to unseat Howard Hal- laday. M.P.. on technical grounds. .Mr. Justice Walsh declared the application was based on frivolous and unmeritorlous grounds. turned from France. i Word has been received in the city that Sgt J. N. Anderson, No. 203050, ot tbe 33th Battery, has been awarded trie Military Jtoda) for heroic work-in thb batllo of 7. Several ot the sir's of tbe city hijvo revived their interest In basMl 'ball idd are holding weekly Army Allril. iary Corps, Francs, is bringing new date. o e EVENT! fr spo ln the roll team, beforc she r introduced that the rani.R 0[ ihs British wo- 01 ine Uiliaia championship shield, from all other teams in its district) ff 4. THRIFT RECIPES. Jlrs. Morgan entertained a number ot young people at tea.yes- in her neice, Miss Florence Falr.-ot'MacWIn, Saskatch- ewan. The Invited nut-sis were Misses illld.i McMillan, Frances Porter, Mil- dred Nimmons, Enid Hamilton. Agnes Davidson and Lillian Murdoch, MBW other guests coming in inter for tho musical evening which followed and which was very much enjoyed by-all present. Miss Florence Thomas entertained Issued by the Canada Food Board Rice Flour and Oat. Muffins, nice flour, 25 per cent.; ground roll- oil oats, 75 per cent. 1 cup milk. 1 tablespoon 2 tablespoons syrup. 1 egg. teaspoons baking .powder. 1 teaspoon salt. 3-S cup rice flour (2 1 3-4 cups ground rolled oats (G Other combinations that have hesn j tried are buckwheat .oats, barley the recipient ot many pretty gitls.ithe j occasion being her birthday. .Ten- guests were, present. About 75 couples were present A 0 F. dance last evening, the floor belne in excellent condition aniritic hole affair being a decided success. SB Arnold's orchestra provided, the uilc. A Large Piano in a Small Case''y Von will clioosc tins instrnrncnl, i( you jiulgo pinno Iiy llonc-nlso yon mint prefer It it you consider dollar- nr.'l-ccnts" volue. The NQRDHE1MER ApArtiment> Upright AiS !l in The t.l Ion. M7. c.t.lrf SSftrtlllri IMW bat lo ittn .o wmpKt 1 i" hirtitrtly t call, aiousca your Ini Thn name "N'onl lie liner.1' backed by Ibis store's guar- antee, ellminalcs nil risk and sateguards your entire In- vestment, SOLO BY Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA i 315 6TH ST. S. PHONE 1545 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES" Supper H. Low wishes to thank the eit-of-KIti Association tor tbe ilonal- n ho received. The Esecutive- of Sir Aleianrter all Chapter, I. 0. will meet, in 10 Y. M. C. A. at uti Monte; crnoon. Miss Jean I-amonl will repeat In Vesley Church on Sunday morplng er talk on "The Coming ot Our Mti." Those Interested In this situ- act are urged to bo here m Hi o sub act la timely, and Is sandy and wise- dealt Trllh. Tho Art Needlework class will meet ,il Ihe homo ol Mrs. Bolton on Monday afternoon. Tho N'exl-of-KIri win meel In 'Ihn Vooso Hall on Monday allernoon' nl 7.30. roSular, monlhb'..rjiccllng otjhe Nurs'iris Mission will bo held on Mon- day nl'4 o'clock lii'fho Y, M, C. A.: A very Inlcrosllng service wlll'fc- holrl nl Wcslfly churcli lonlglil, ron ducted by Ki'angcllst Stephens. A booster choir wijl furnish some sweet; moalc- and Ibcrfj will.be several 'min- ute addresses from mony who havo been belped In tho meelings. Kvcry-. boily Is welcotni-. i The Operatic Miisicnl Ksslival dales Imyo now bebn decided upon and Ure aa follows; May 27, 28, ami 2B; -The sytlalina now bolng printed .anrl can be bad next week from the soc- QUKDBC, Feb. Replying lo a depnlutlon of 500 Catholic workmen and representatives of the Catholic Association of Commercial Travellers, wbo waited on the Gouln government list night to oppose the adoption ot o. law of compulsory education for the province of Quebec, It was intim- ated by both Sir I-omer Gotiin and Hon H Li. Tascherarl that tbe gov- ernment will take v.r.'pB to TCacli children who run the streets. Sir 1-onier Oouln said lhal If tho macbln- ery for enforcing school allendance .was not perfect enough it would have to be made perfect. The first local grown hothouses to- raaloes ottered on the'Vancouver mar- ket this month sold for nor 200 [round crate. FAIRY SODA BISCUIT SATURDAY NIGHT MONDAY MORNING 4RV SALE GOT AWAY TO A COOD START THIS MORNINGAND WE INTEND IT TO BE THAT WAY, UNTIL-THE SALE'CLOSES. OUR PRICES WILL DO THE TALKING. "Real" Baftenhurg. iol an imltatlen.Jf you get some ot these. Specinl HALF PRICE. GHAIRS? .coilMrucledM'gooiI tso rungs all around Welmve.to place.n limit on'UieB-. as we waul ever) one'to share in SIX ONLY TO A CUSTOMER 1.15 Get lhat covering-tor your furniture NOW. You will bctler. -Measure much is needed before you come. All at From two to at 1-3 Off TAPESTRY' will never no 30% DINNER SETS. ..V English Twelve- different designs. All at MADRAS An Al finality. Pr'ettj-'coiorings.innke splendid aldp.drapet. -1 Aft IS Inches'wide." Worth'loitSy ?2.25. Special, yard l.VU PICTURES OFF all Pastels, beautiful NO PHONE OR ORDERS ON THESE BAWDEN BROS. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH' SPECIAL >5VOID COUGHS COUGHERJ1 preMU SHII_O 30 vwfs-rwff co __ 30 vwfs-rwff coucw jwir Tnw AN AGENCY Worth from to n In any small town or rural community can now be arranged for by men with erxrfly. WrKe NOW to Vjnadiin Automatic Ltd., of.tomirxret, Win- Starting weeks only We are going to sell 50c Values for 25c per single roll, and 25c values for 15c Also a limited number of single room lots extraordinarily cheap to make room for the largest ancj best line of-Wallpapers ev.eV brought in this city. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. WELLINGTON BROS. THE DECORAT6RS SHERLOCK BLDG.