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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEHlUiAHY 10, TUK UiTUHHIIXiK DAK.V SlKUAUJ PAGE SEVEN PHONE 1214 PERSONAL 4 Miss Fern llovis of Mpcleod the week-end "euc-sl o( Mr. ami Jlrs. II. f. Winter. W A. II. Uenoon ami Miss Xan lienoon left this momtafi for Calgary whore Hiss Deuoou will atscnil Nor- mal school. 51r. anj Mrs. A. O. Baalim, and llrs. J. W. llawilen and Sir. and Mr; r. ti. Spoouer arc among those ]pft on Saturday for Winnipeg- Mrs. Howard Marshall of Fcniie visitor In tho city for a Jew Uaj--.. f Jlr. unJ Mrs. E. Downing antl fam- ily haw left for Medk-Inc Hat, where they will 111 luturo reside. Mrs. X V. .Ulbbooa anil daughter Margaret, have arrived in the clly from Kansas, called here by t'JO deaUi ut the late -Mr. UiUboils. Mrs. M. B. Ilyan of Etlmontou the guesl ot Mr. anil Mrs. G. Duns- worth for a short lime. Mr. U. Lauslilin spent the week- cud in Calgary. MM. W. M. Currlo of Meilli-loe Slat a tho sucsl of Mr. anil Mrs. McOou- uell for a short lime. 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tlie junior memboTfi of the KiOE's Mirror mission Irantl of Wesley churrli will gather for the re-ojtenng of Ilieir regular uict-Ulws nm Sunday al 3 p. tlie Indies' parlor. The superiu tcniient, Mrs. Levering, will bo pieas cd to w.'lcome auy dilljren under 10 years of age as well as tho present members. A really iiltasaiil time expected. The Art Department of the Maihesis flub will meet at the- home of Mrs. it. Norman, 1255 5tli Ave. A, on foes- day afternoon at i o'clock. The senior members of the King's Mirror mission iMml of Wesley ehurcli and any fricnJs whom they might wish lo bring, are invited lo spend Friday evening from 7.30 tilt KM at the home m Mrs. Lover- Ing In music, and a good time. Also for re-opening tho regular meetings the last Sunday in thi: month. The Major Jack Ross Ctapter I. 0 l> B will lioiil their annual meeting ill the Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday, Kebru ary II, at S o'clock. Officers for the lieV will tic elected at this meet Ine. mas: Mrs, Short and IriendK, 3 Sirs. Miebacit, 3 pairs; Mrs. Bminer- BOn, 1 pair; Mrs. J. II. Mitchell. 15 pairs; Mrs. C'lura Wright. 2 pairs; Statvrs Kaithfut Companion of Jesya, IS pairs; Mary Staples, t pairs; Her- nice Ileiinescy. 2 pn'rs; Thohna iturngton, 2 iialrs; l.udllo Kelley, S pairs; Marjoriy Kenney. i pair; Teresa llader, 1 pair; Helen 1'otson. I pair; Katie i pair; Annie Uorehak. 1 pair. The Girls' Auxiliary meet to- "Hugon The Colonial, Wed. morrow night at in lfif> Nursing Mission. A full altemiuiKt' of mem- bers M urgeiilly reQUi'steci Members are asked to turn in UIOIK-V for tu-fceU sold. Mrs, section of the Camp Fire Girls will meet in the ladies par- lor of the church tonight at would like al! members to briUK their honors with them. The Kirst Aid class will on Wednesday at S o'clort In ihe tioy'fi club rooms on Kt. Austin's tennis court, on Fourth Avenue. The St. John's AmliUlaiH-i' Urleadc overseas will meet at Miss Havvden's, 1255 4th Avenue south on Wednesday at S o'clock. There will be a 0. W. B. M. meet. ing at the home of Mrs. Dunsworth, A full attendance is requested. PASS RCVENUE 6ILL WASHINQTON. Feb. house Saturday coficiudtrf its work on the record breaking war bill by 3-iopting, 310 111, alter six hours' debate; the confreres' agreeeriitnt on the measure. It now goes to the sen- ate for final approval, which expected early this week. Dcpt. of Justice Will Impose Sentences in future in These C.isi's 'QIJEHBO. Feb. W- A rjdical change in lUo proceeUlngs ab'c-iti-e-i umler the Military; Sc-rvin- Be made loday iu ilv ii'iHc. 10 a slMeii ,U! Is to court, no I I.UXOUS', 10--At .1 Ws m.-i't- iui; ol tlie raiUvavimin U-'lil in lUu KU'ton TLejtri' Jiunoi Henry Thomas, labur tiK-mbcr of Itanium am! stcrelarj-.of National Hjioii of made a .-irony to' the lubyriHM to carry the labor movement or. loiisutunonaHy. 11 was within Hie union's lie 1 said, to say to state, -unle.'s you ucj this, we will commerce. from a high official at c i to Canadian 1'rws. So have been let oCt will! a nominal fine I The workmen, however, Mr. Thomas of 15 or 510. hut i; .-.wears protests aided, h.d to consider that jUelr duty I entered by Onlarlu and cials have broujhl ilie Iv-.l.'ral govern ment lo ciianfeo the :noilc of pruce dure. ft is that !ierf'HU'T will be first summui'.iu 110- Uce court .where they w-11 bis asked their reasons. These- u-iil Ue forsvar.1- ed lo the federal uViunment of Cll Mil street tomorrow afternoon-hi lice, which will dccWu niwt penally 2.30. Ths meeting will be aililresse-tl! will ie ImpoMd. The lias bw-u by Mrs. M. II. Ilyan oi Edmonton and i receiving the consiileraUun of the all the ladies ol llio diurch are asXp.l: governu'ent and more parlli'ularly of to be present. The senior C. G. I. T. of the United The Major Jack Uoss Chapter I. O 1) B acknowledge with thanks Hie followiuK socks knitted since Christ- AUCTION SALE ON SEC. 11, RANGE 24 Thursday, Feb. 13th Having sold my farm, 1 will sell by Auction my horses, cattle, poullry, machinery and household articles. John W. Fox, Nobleford, Alta. SALE STARTS AT 12.00 NOON FREE LUNCH (SERVED Ed. Popham Auctioneer church will meet on Friday evening :u of this evening. the acting minister oj jastiie, Hon. Arthur Meighen. U is unUBfstood that the deiiartment :i thft gymnasium' of justice will adojr. course of o'Lloek instead j declining lo recognize judgments rendered uy magistrates without the authority cf fiat. WEDDINGS 'f Friends anil of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. liobbs o! Taber. now residing at Long Utach. Cat. may lie Interested to learn that their daugh- ter, Jliss Iris, was recently married lo Lieutenant Homer of San Fran- cisco. The young people are at pres- ent on their honeymoon in the south- ern Stales. They will be at home at Bl Centre, Calif., after Keb. ISili. A (inlet wcililing took place o citizenship should have a stronger than sectional that iu-v always make their sectional claims consistent with their duty as If they -Jicomplislieit their object at the expense of tuc state, i then they would lie destroying their) claim to eiltzeiismp. j Full application of ugrooiuoilt for an S-liour day. .Mr. Tliotmis ron-, tinued. nect'ssitattd the release of at j least railwaynicn troni the! irmy, but demobilinalion of the army now" depended upon tlie railway oin-r- atius corps. If that corjii were de- uio'JiliztHl. as Jeinandeil. tlie troops would lie left sti-amM in France. Bel- gium and Germany. U would he ab- surd to claim Ihal Ihe other soiiliers wlin bail been fiEhtlng the same as the railwayuicu did not mutter anil could be left stramletf." al, Wed. Some magnificent iilsa nf the splen- did iiart played by Great Britain in the ivjrld war was given at Ihe .Ma- jestic Theatre Saturday uisht when F. A. McKenzio. lite war correspond- ent delivered his lecture. "Britain Hits Back." As describing Germany's tON'DOK. Feb. the reme war council mel in Paris today one of the questions which it discussed I farm, anil Miss Mary Bmla of North l.elhbridge were united in Dies lionils of matrimony by llev. Father 51c- Caffrey. Thu witnesses to the cere- mony were Miss Jlary Pisco and What Everywoman Knows Every year, dress fabrics are becoming sheerer and colors more dainty. The ordeal of trusting ihe delicate garments lo "soap and however, is done away with by the use of Lux. You may feel quite free to buy the daintiest blousE oi underwear your purse can a bit of worry about the washing of them. You keep them fresh and new the Lux dipping them up and down in the creamy, copious Lux suds with never a bit of rubbing to injure them. Lux anything Ifial fare uatcr ilfeif may touch. LEVER'BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. 50 LUX ____ _ attitude towards Hritain. Mr. McKen-KVas the gravity of the relallons raorning in Si, Patrick's diureli when zic of 3 ,rip-. ije through 1 iKCen Germany and Poland, accord- Mr. Christopher Ira Hansen, of Kcrr'5jUie back In j Ing to dispatches from Paris. With him at the'lime was the only The military danger with trttlfh other white man in that part of the Germany menaces Poland, it is fell, country and he -was ostensibly a Oer-iraay threaten France later on, So far man newspaperman, in reality a nigh it is declared the Germans have turn- German official doing sonic special ed Edmonton, Feb; 7, 1919. In accordance with the increased cost of all public utilities 'throughout Canada, and especially in telephone system., in view of the added cost of msinttnance ind operation for each telephone unit proportionately with Increased telephone development, the following rate cchcdule lie in force ihroushoul the AlberU Government Telephones clfcclive April 1st, 1919: EXCHANGE MONTHLY RATE SCHEDULE Business Resilience Uesk Wall Desk J2.50 SI.50 and Mrs. Hansen are leaving this afternoon for Calgary and other iwlnts, before returning to Lettlbrldge to reside. secret ivork, Naturally Illey deaf ear to the injunctions of possibilities ot the j lory claimed by t gaging in war. the mans are lioidlng Marshal Koch in regard to the terri- j Hie Poles. The Uer- engnging in war "rue mans am uuiumg an army in rcadi- German admitted that the British ness to march; into Poland and tire PEACE DELEilES Bxehange Classification (a) (c) (d) (fl (B) (H DAY SERVICE SBHVICB CONTINUOUS SERVICK: Exchanges nndcr 150 stations CONTINUOUS SB1WICE: .Biehanges tielwccn 150 500 stations CONTINUOUS SERVIRK: Eschangcs between 500 1000 stations CONTINUOUS SEHVICE; Eschanges' between 1000 ftod stations CONTINUOUS SERVICE: Eichangcs between 5000-ond 10000 stations CONTINUOUS SBHVICB: exchanges between 10000 nttil 15000 stations 3.00 1.15 J.OD 3.00 3.00 2.25 3.25 3.50 2.08 2.25 3.75 4.00 2.59 1.00 4.25 2.50 2.75 4.50 4.15 -2.50' 4.75 5.25 2.50 2.75 PAIHS. Feb. 10. (Associated the ncaco conference com-j mitleo on credentials ever begins to; some stirring developments nro expected to follow. delegates have been coming along in single file ever since the not been thought proper to begin the examination of the documents. Ru- mors, however, havo hcen current re- cently that there was another reason for the the apprehension on Ihe part of tho directing forces wwnt reginuaua wen conference ihnti 1 accompanied fleet wouUl win. But the Uritish army, Hie German s mere handful. Britain -would to about into the fielil. They would land In stehi, and some line morning the Ger- man army would surround them and gather them all in, oh so carefully, and show lliem off GfeTunany yn example of a toy army. But the Germans learned different- ly. -Mr. McKcnzie told of the ttirlll- ,ng stand of tlie Old ContemptIhtes in the early days ot lb'e war; of the re- treat from Moris, and of how they Ml hack at last, almok capturing Van Kluck ami his army. Then he" lold of the raising of thai magnificent j army by Kitchener, how it grew and grew, until in one year after the war) started more than men voluu-! teered, and the real trouWc was not J put into tho lield 'ntore than men oh a Ijaltlcfront stretcliinu from 'Archangel to Africa. Many intimate details of the splendid work of dif- ferent regiments were also tJiriUtagly hy "views and! concentrating troops m the east. "Hugon The Colonial, Wed, WHAT ABOUTYOOR INCOME? The elements comprising the body are constantly .wearing out and must be renewed daily, else the outgo of strength exceeds the income. EMULSION will help tlie tiled business-man or woman keep pace with the wear and tear of life. Scott's even balance of strength energy. yaar in- come of gfrength icith Scott's, Scull Dotmc. Toronto, OnL would fce fniinctltalcly lodged against the presence of some persons who sliave already held in the eonlsr- 'cnce anci U Is declared, are not proper representatives of the govern- menls or are accredited by orgnniEa- tions Ilial have no existence as gov- ernments. EXTENSION SETS AND EXTENSION' BELLS Business Wnll tier roonili nesldcncc Wall 5Dc, per nwnih Business Desk per roonili Resilience Desk 75c jicr month Kxlcnslon Hells.....................................Me per month lilnglng Exlonslon Hells...................... aOc per month INSTALLATION CHARGES A service" connection charge covering iv portion of Uic average cost of the Initial .'expense of catolitEsliing service for new and of furnishing addltlnoal facilltlEs lo old subscritjcrs shall AA (aV For Individual or itarly Hoc service, or extension eel (c) For each extension hell To cover directory, accounting, circuit and F-wllchhoarfl expenses lit cases where sc-rvke Is established by tlio oso of Instnimenls already In place In tho subscriber's prem- ises nml no change is mndo' in1 the typo or location of such Instrument To reconnect service when discontinued for non-payment of account When it la necessary (o- erect poles or anchors in order to carry the wires from the main telephone lino on tho road al- lowance or street to the applicant's premises, such poles anil nnehorn In connection therewith .will" bo supplied anil erected by the Department (it the expense of the applicant, or If arranged for in advance fn wrlllnB, tho applicant. may furnish smi erect sticli poles' and anchors In occorclanco witli the spcclflcnllona nnd regulations of the Dcrartment. 2.00 MOVES (a) (10 The charges for an outaiclc move aliail he tha santo as iho Ift- Bfallation charge. Tho charges for an Inside move sliatj IJR moving pictures ol tnelr exploits. j The lecture .eoaclacEeil ivltii llwj story of Hrifain'a naval and atrlal ac-i tfvitics during the war, showing the worK of the mine-sweepers who every dny loolx tlteir lives in ihyir hanils to keep the soa lane's cltar. The whole lecture was one of the finest ever heard hero, and should have allmct- Rri a crowded house. who bean! 51r, McKenzie heard a story they wil! not soon forget, a story It is good for Canadians to hear. HUGON THE MIGHTY SirenEth. xvas His Gail, anil Fighting Creed At the Colonial Wednesday Thfs Week. KEEP THIS IN MIND Saturday night will see the close of our Annual February Ssle. Just Ihink what this means to you, a stock of high class furniture and carpets, alt at a straight discount, with no one bidding against you. 20 per cent, off ail Dining Room and Bedraom Furniture; IS per cent olf all upholstered goods; 10 per cent, off all Carpets and Drapes, It will be a long time before you vji ever set furniture at and Drapes. It will be a lang time before you will ever furniture at DINING SUITES 1 only Fumed Elm Dinine Suite, buffel, S foot extension table, six pad seat diners. Regular Cf AA 1 only Famed Oak Dining Suite, large size bulfe.1, 48 inch top es- tcniion table, sli leather covered yad seat diners. Regular -I fn 5H2.50. For lUJ.OU BEDROOM SUITES One only Mahogany Dresser, Sressing Table and Bed, 1C ffk two chairs, negular 5165.00. One only Hedronm suite, old ivory bedroom suite. Large sized mirrored dresser, dressing table has triplicate mirror, full sized bed, chair and ractar. The finish of this suite Is slightly ftft- Hegular For MATTRESSES Sij only fibre iiiatlresscs, .will nul mat or get lumpy, Very com- 15.75 fortabic and will las( a'lifetime. Regular For ........................................v 100 only at less Each KITCHEN CHAIRS lhan wholesale. Sis only to a customer. HULL DLOCK PHONE WATCH OUR WINDOWS BAWDEN BROS. TH1RBAVE. S. PHONE 625 WEIMAR. Saturday, Feb. ciated German national assembly today passctl the first read- ing of tiio provisional constitution hy acciamaUsn. The seeaml 'and third readings nro scl for Jlomlay, Tlie main portion of the assembly's time fij' wac rtevotecl to speech Hugo Prcii3s, the secretory of the in- terior, hsul been engaged in draft- ing liie constHullon. k DANGER DIMINISHES WARSAW, Feb. forCiis have occup- ied BUIystok, about 115 m'llcc northwest of Warsaw antl the dan- ger from the is dimin- ishing dong the Polish the Czechs continue their advance In Gallcla. EXCESS MILEAGE The cxccesa mileage rate for exchange 50c per moaUi for each tjiiarler mile thereof, f' Htirftl Telephone Ilatea will ho annoimccd nl later date. N, L, HARVfY, Aclirtg Deputy Mltilslftf of Hallways and Ttlcphonex. SOME ALBERTA MEN OTTAWA, Feb. 10, more vessels carrying Canadian troops aro now on their way across Hie Allnrtllc. The Prln-' ccsa Eal3ed from pool on or abotil February 9 antl.wilt probably ttocK at If nil- fax.' She 1ms ft tola! of 1120 solrttera on .board. Thtre ore ohly a ffiw Algeria men nboanl, most of them being for Van- couver, tt A 4 fOKONTO POLICE WANT FULL INVESTIGATION TOHONTQ, !he Tnetiihors.uf (ho police union on Saturday decided fa slsml by their UiuamU thai a full invcslig.iiion ot ;ho iioltcc cointnisfilon ho held and [hat Ihe present members of the Uoiml be iJonci away with. In making this decision the police union refused tho proposal of Chief .liisOee Meredith, ininnan of the royal commission, tO( m effect that a body bo appointed by {tie provincial government to deal with complaints of the members of Ihe foreo by way of nppeal from thn board of police commissioners. WOMEN ARRESTED WASKINCTQN, iy-tivft members of the National Woman's Parly were arrested lost night by civil and military police after they Nad burned President In effigy In front of the VYhitc 3s a protest against IJie defeat of Ihe equal suffrage resolution In ihe senate yesterday. LEADER WOUNDED LISBON, Feb. is an- nounced In reports from Aveiro thai Henrique dc Patya 'Couclro, ihe Royp.flst bfien wotfnrfcrf, probably in fight- ing at Lahicflo or Vlzeu, wbteh has bten Republlian forces. A FEW TITLES BY GOOD AUTHORS THE DEVIL'S CRADLE by Sedgewisk JOAN AND PETER by Welh THE DESERT OF WHEAT....... hy Zane, Grey THE SKY RIDER................... by Bowtr THE MAN FROM BAH aO.......... by Mulford DEEP FUHROWS by MoorthouM THE UNKNOWN WRESTLER Cody THE TRIUMPH OF.JOHN KAAp by Cullum THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE OPOCALYPSE by Ibanex THE CLASH.............................................. by Moore NEW' BOOKS COMING: ______ FINE PRIVATE STATIONERY We carry (lie lines! in boxes, bulk or by the linen or velum finish Stationery, initialled FREE while you svait, OUR SPECIAL ECONOMY LADIES' AND GENTS' CALLING CARDS, ENGRAVED OR PRINTED. 's FOR GOOD READING JOIN OUR LIBRARY EXCHANGE EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE. ;