Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, KEVmUAIVY 21, THE UnilUUIlHJK PAGE NINE, HDLAD1 PHONE 12M ct lulljis anil golden candles. 'Tlie centre ot Iho table was gracefully arranged wllh the same llowers Mra. Denoon invllcd lo the ilca table, where Mrs. Atoswonh and Mrs. Charles McKilloo presided, as- i slated by Iho various members ot Ihe Hlg Slsler's class. The maw guesls [..ye-nt a most enjoyable afternoon, Miss Ajhton and Mlts Roile Arm strong aMinK ts tio of the FEELS SINGLY 0 C- Mayor Hdtdie Reports on Interviews With Govt. 4) 4) PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Adams of Moose Jaw (tro visitors In Inu city ou'llieir to CaUaty, Mr. ar.d Mrs. P. E. of Contts, Hero visitorB in Ihe city for The following remit lias Ijeen fenl la ihc llvralj by Mayor llardie and I'apl. on their inu-rvliMVS nSih Dominion cabim-l iiHuistors: With Mr Cilder "On tiie murmug February nth, I lerned, it was nut tin we Interviewed thi- Hon. J. A. Caldcr. iiend money wiili reterc-nce to propo-alt of the government lo provide fur employ- menl of ihe returned soklkr ami for employment in general, he staled tlrji. in iO far as his coiv- JLK-llliCHI 1'J (-X- hour hy readiue tea cups .lw. bly ah ead evluwd the lieenest and ma.le rcoo and requlrem.-iiu. Uu t.e b uendaiioas for aetiuu m the part of situation in tho nram llr JC-'Kay tUe this svenliiE In honor of govornmentB for meeting expressed a willingness u 1- Banl: tho Mrs! J. .V. anil cliiliren have left for au eileuded visit to Winnipeg Mr. and Mrs. 11. Kairley have re turued from a short visit to Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. .T. II. Law loll oil Sal- urday for a shorl visit to Spokane. a Mrs. N'esbitt ami her sisler. Mlsa Kva Pearson, wpre iveek-enil visitors Ju Macleod. mr. who It thorlly for Scotland. CHURCHES AND 't W. c.'T. U. aro hold- ing a parlor social gn Tuesday evening U s o'clock al ihe home ot Jamleson. 228 19th St. X. Report will be given by delegate from the Calgary assist m way. llo: all bo of the best t-onstructiuii IS! i possible, He will take care of to the famllv ot Mr. i pointed out that the government, rt-il-: lliose respective i-lilcs for man; Frands probablv will disclose them'nine the general conditions likely to lo come. In the referred lawr whin he appears oue- ot. arise as the neuU of ihe m ticular y lo public buildup In tal the congressional j early winter, had made provmon .or and Minmilon, reign ot terror instituted hy'a system ot war gratuities wlmh Trunk Raids Uio'BolslieviXI for [lie purpose ot main-i would entail financial obligation iu addition lo tho work tainlng theitiselvcs In i.J al U'tial f Ing Iu central and northern '.he hope that ihls provision. the [n addition lo those already thank- convention. A cordial invltallou given lo all. Tlefreshmenli will served. Collecllon. Mrs. George 11. MacLeod will ra- eclvc afternoon from 3 to, >u ,_ 0 al her new home. 13lh Street, j ed ,or siven In the recent alter which sho will lie at home on Mijot. p.OJ, Chapter. l.O.D.K. Ihe last Tuesday of each month. j dance, the tollowlng names were omit- j lell. jlr gc0u of the Dominion Meal Friends of Mlsa Avril Lltile will Market and Klrkby Company. rrret lo hear lhat she is confined to her j homo with a severe attack ol lonaHit- Tlle conservatory Amateur Concert Is. I Orchestra will hold the first sacred (concert In the Majestic on Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thomas, of Pori-: Sunday evening. March 2. to Prairie, -were in the city to at- 10 SUSPECTED PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Fob. 24. men were arreittd here early today suspected of being Im- plicated In the New York plot to sssjulnate President Wilton. The prisoners t.iken here were rounded up shortly after the raid by the In New York. The men arrested here Included Eduarda Parades, a Cuban, said to be the leader of the Spanish W. W. Nine of them are aliens. I the returned soldier nW.ii r.c-lp !l spring loud the funeral of the late W. E. Ton Home. Mr. Thomas returned to his home yesterday, hut Mrs. Thonius will remain wllh her sister for a time. Tbe Million Band ot Ihe Baiitlsl church will meel al the church after Jour tomorrow afternoon. intbedit? Cbutcbes Spend Large Sum ___011 in his department. !u> pointed out that a large'amount monty concerned, Was bc-iiiK contributed by the iederal ujtieui us nn -jssisuiuce lo ihe ructifiii of permanent trunk line in the various provinces, Books Magazines, Newspapers Society Printing or Engraving liOUKS ANll MAGA2JNB5 lUbouUil in Kiuebt K-ather't k'lXK I'APBH, INlTIALl.Kl) FKKE- JOIN OUR LIBRARY EXCHANGE EVERALL FRANKS THIRD AVENUE in any way lead the soWier lo tho con the elusion that he was anything but a Mr. Calder also nointed out that general principles of Hie scheme be real, active, boua fide inemner or me government, iu cooperation with tlio.jng ihal the federal government Is community. IILIS >lans for fonnulaicd i cnmributinR ot anil the loca jjer of ilic rost frovcrtmicrns iby bal- ManS lOr A auui uliann me IOLUI nju um- uoney in tht1 western provinces flic location, and ailroad mainleuance, betterments, and inspection to be worked oul by llie i constnictlon. During tlie pasl aulhorltlrc in conjunction with I rears the railway syatemrf in Canada tiie iocaj governments, but the wor iave uot maintained the maintenance: to be performed by liie lauer. He also referred to tlie faet lhat hnd lo be done in that direction. Var- j ospendtil ious new branch lines are also requir- branch lines in the west and also to Some thousands ot men will bo j general betterments ot the whole gov- Ile, expected considerable unem uloymtnt in tbe whole of Canada, es pecijlly iu the cities, during the com Jug year, but believed thai, wli'i tbe several railways In ih i bv 'he eov-i Ql! tlitii in country this question, with riew of them assist In every way ,10 rollec: ur let soldiers who wish >to wort In connection witii the railway i-anilructlon. li ii believed with the discussions s ith the minister and Ike heads ot Iho ci tti iii, Ihe employers of J ana labor, '.hat the per- of thtir lines as in previous years, unil Iit rfJiijT- qBV UJSFLULO uim- as a consequence, Ereat de, of work of be t pians as arranged by RUT will furnish employment io such, larga minifcer of soldiers tliat it will relive iny pjssible diffi- employed on work of tliis character' eruraent sysiem. lio estimated that economic position of any of liie juel as soon as the season will permit, j at least ten million dollars will be vi-] nations, not excluding the I nileu All Ihe railway companies concerned pended by the Canadian Xat-onal Slates, have their plans prepared to open up j Railways in western Canada di'rii'g wilh a very tnll program. jihe coming year, and possibly moic. linCO GVCr, aiiu iiitu iiu I.VJUUL v-iiiij that in two hence Canada woui.l i labor for ot lie people m pruljalny lie iu ihe tost fiilani-ial and our country. Mr. Reid interviewing the mUiIsier of railways ana t-anaSs with referttice ON LEADERS L-Vs lo tlit returned ooldler parlicu- The government recently has also ___ ________ arly, lie pointed out tlie a ________ _ rther development of work In decided to assist the provinces in At the recent annual meeting ol lie A bill will he prlations that wer trn Camida duriiiR coming e b'eins provided fo construction of Sir Aleiandtr Oall Chapter. I.O.D.B.. 1 the purpose of purchasing land for stibmitled (or this purpose to parlia rcry Interesting vrcsentatioii nient and the necessary appropriations t L William Frame, of control in the power of a small man etruction Trill he a view ol reach- chief Liberal ivhip, a! 'clMlrmai! ing those who have heeii without rail- with thta worfc, the minister slated in discussing the mat- ter ivilh Iho engineering Elaif for the Government Hallways, they informed him Ihal just as as It Is iiossible to commence laying Irack every avail W.OOO.OOO.OU to 'ho used preacher for the day. fairly well. provided for durin erecting houses in the larger urban next year, and expressed gre.it oonfl school 1 centres where nroriiiffc ;in Canada fetivrnert soldiers Nearly all the soldler ,to get hack to civil lif leadius part in building this great western country. 0 4 ase lenor or alto to assist in Ihnj-will be well under 0111101115 i inav me suiuic. anu.u hoir Saturday 330 lo C.OO. There of a large riumaer of houses in fan- a.man and not as a child. Will be a tea and panlry-sale in Ihe jada will atfecl Irade, i schoolroom of the church in aid ot tho land directly or .indirectly 'should Boy Scouts. All interested in this very considerable berii-W in reliev- movemenl arc asked lo give their as- jns unemployment situation, stslauce and co-operation. The Sunday rpne provision made for land selllc- school hour for next Sunday will be raent doubtless result in n larger -hanged. All Department excepting 0; relurned men securing snit- pointe'1 out thai iderable activity MoLeod, c'nlel be be- lieved that within the next two weeks the weaUier conditions would.be such thai they could a large number of umeiit- nub men. The minister staled that in con- rogramtvery emnhalic. however, in the idfft ncction witn all works, railway con- ya atiuvi-tvii vi ttujbuik.f, He had partment. returned soldiers are lo be proved himself first to be a man by i given work in preference to any other enlisting, and, second, by his conduct! person or persons, and has instructed in Iho Held, and Ihe minister fell it a the heads of the Canadian National great mistake on the part ot news- Hallways lo lake up different papers and well-disposed persons to soldiers' the MONTREAL, IMC-1 lamation bu by Otta- wa authorizing banes, of ida to inue excenivt clrciilatkni to and InctudtnB the first of March ncxt_ prior to 4he war this authorization vrat for the purpow of permitting the baafcs to finance ihe moving of the grain cntfa, and the extension' wu In September. wmr however, circulatfewi K high that the ed this authorization' year at an ea.rlter (tow. school room of Ihe chtirch. 1.00: Junior senior boys' meeting; 6.01: J" and onventions and the third lo be pro- finclal superintendent of his or her ppointee. II provides that a ttderal convention shall be held once a year nd Toronto was chosen as the. first convention city. The objects ot'the Federation ot Women's Institutes arc. to unite the nfluencc ot Caaadlin women, lo promolo cdlicalional, moral, social ind civic measures, anil lo brine Into communication and co-operation lljt various Women's Institutes anil like orjuniiatioiw throughout the Dominion, and farther to be a clear- ing house for institute aclivltiea and informalion and to onllina and en- courage nalion-wHe campaigns in Ihe intcmla Ihe whole people, In- cluding home-KUfclni. child iveltarc, and community efforts. The fertemllon is strictly non-par- ilaan and non-sectarian. ol the session in Ihe parsonage. Tues- day, 7.30: C. G. I. T. meeting in the hail. Wednesday evening. S.OO: Pray- er service in thn hall. Thursday, 2.30: W.M.S. Thursday evening. S.OO: Choir practice in Ihe hall. Friday evening: quarterly .Hoard In the hall. St. evening, S: Teauhers' meeting Thursday, Auxiliary rr.cct'.ng al ifte liome ot .Mrs.. J. 1252 6lh Ave. A. South. Thursday, S.OO: choir practice. Friday, 7.30: Boy Scouls and Girl Guides. Sat- urday. 2.15: Junior Auxiliary meet at the church. St. evening. S.OO: Tnachers' meeling. Wednesday even- ing, 7.00; Hoy Cubs in the gymnas- ium; 7.RO: Doy Scouls rueel in the hall; S.30: I'arochlal association; 8.16: Veslry meeting at the recloryr Thursday, 7.45: G. A. KrWay, 1.15 JAV.A.; S.OO: Choir pr.lclico. and Foreign Mission, 203, 131li SI. N. Meetings on Thursday and Saturday otS p.m.There will be no service on Tuesday at Ihis mission. l-ethbridce Bible School, corner 3r. Ave. nnd Slh St. school meela on Tuesday and Friday at S.n.m., ani is free lo all .Inlerestcd in a deepe search ot God's Word, Lessons wil also he sent to outside parties Inter eslcii. This pcliool Is free to all, nm undenominational, Nearly revenl case or dvery relurned rnari who goes on the land, it will be necessary lo erect suilable buildings. This will na- lurally result iu somewhat relieving tho unemployment situation. Mr. Calder also intimated lhat tbe government had decided lo proceed wilh the crcclion ot necessary public buildings. U is not intended that buildings of this character not actual- s' requlrt'd should be proceeded with. ho program 'adopted, however, will e of such a character as lo provide onstilcrable employment for men In arious trades. As regards the1 whole situation. Mr. Calder pointed out lhat. the problem i-Js one that could not be dealt wllh by the Federal Govcrnmenl alone. It required the fullest CO operation of all While the Federal Government may as the problem of employment wll When llalless, pale, feverish, full..of OFFICIAL. CHARGED ncb-aehe, Indigestion, diarrhoea, glvi a leasrioonfal of "California Synip ol In a tew hours nil the foul waste, tho sour Mlo anil fermenting food pawes out ol the bowels and you have a well and playful clilld again. Children, lovs Ihia harmless "fruit Hi- alive." and mothers cnn rest easy after giving It, because it never falls to make' Ihclr littlo "lusides" clean nnd WITH CONSPIRACY EVERETT, Feb. Whltlemorf., general auditor for Ihe Ocncril fattctric company, was Kf HTheEyeOr The Tea Or Coffee who are-wise these days are seeing not. only? better healthfbut Economy Coffee never lie satisfactorily dealt ivilh .ess the people of Canada as a whole realize their responsibilities. Kvery Provincial Government iu Canada, as well as every municipality, must stand prepared lo lake Its share ot the bur-1 don. Tlie eamo is true of corporations and individuals. If everybody until Eomebody else dots something, Ihe whole situation will become ijiilte serious. For example. Iberc are thou- sands of people in Canadri who should proceed wilh the erection ot build- ir-ge. to their properties, or improvements generally. The major- IR unueilomniancnni, Ecveni have Joined so far, nuil aro onjoylng j of Iheae are hohllnB over simply TI_..._ i.it.tft aterials and Ihe studies. Hrlng your hibte, nole book and pencil nnd come along, es- pecially nrofilautc for Sunday, school Pentct-iitil Assembly of in Moose Hall, lllginhnlham Work. Wednesdays, S p.m. nnd Frl OL' the cost ot materials and Isijor. So Ions as Ihls altilnde pre- vails we are in Ihe jjrealest danser of IiavinE created (n Canada a allna- ilnn that will ho most difficult to meet. cd al his home in with iu connection K Mulden j- find loday, aiaiult days, S p.m. Christian with Ihe atlack on ..jop II handy, on loday saves n bill gel the genuine. Ask your drug- gist, for a holtlo of "California Syrup of which has directions for babies, children of all ages, r.nd for plainly on Hie liotlle. He. nT' A little civ- 1 who held -tip on'JJec. 20 and rob cWM I lomorro'v, j W Ito weekly W roll amountin-: to member Ihore aro countcrfelU hero, 90 surely look and sold Ihal Is made by Ihe "California Flu fjyrup Hand back with con other (It Col.'II. A. nmca.Uij Mrs. "riicn arjS returning (o.panada. Col. Hrucc nswircd Iho Canadian Press 'heford lesvlnc Ih'al Ixird TOaverbrook was niakinj a iplendid recoyery. The wound constJ.itierit lo the operation was and a quick recoTery rsan bssemint of church. Tuesday and Fri- day ovtnins. Ladles' of church In nieel for tailing, Wcilnfsrlay at 2.30. Mit.lr practice al Mrs. C. S. Furrow's home. Chriell.in 8.00 p.m.: llegiilar wcok'y tcslliuony irtcel- Ing. Laller Day Saints: Ilellcf Society mrels on Tuesday al 2.30. Subject. St, evening. 7.30: Choir pracllce. The Women's Btblt Class with Mrs, Westcoll, 3rd Avenue Xorlh 3 p.m. tomorrow. All lh majorily of the people of Canada ICRU on the anil expect the govern- ncnt lo do tho impossible, we' cannot liope for a solution ct.lhe, problem lhat confronts ptoplo as a vliolo think right, and until arc all prepared lo make sacrifices, our presoit iIUHcultipH will cpulinitp. What P.'C need throilglioul llip whole of Cnnstla todar. 3.3 n .spirit ol. linsolfislmoss and upon Iht parl of all lo asslli. (a tho gravest Ihal has confroiiled -Canada nlnce Mr. Carvcll ;Whcn Mr, Carvell Neither the war nor pre-war conditions have as yet increas- ed the price of POSTUM CEREAL or INSTANT POSTUM. POSTUM-both-forms-has always been con- tains no'caf feine or any other harmful substance. POSTUM is rfood for the health r-the delight of young and an econonucal.nourisninrf, deli- cious beverage. Everyaay- "Theres a Reason" forPostum.