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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY HKf PAGE ELEVEN 4. PERSONAL Mrs. M. Young will uot receive to- t Mrs. T. li. Davidson, who vln Hlder; best lady's costume, I at Iho Call hospital, will Swea Waslylng; second best, to learn of her continued The third of the'scries of wlite drives given by the Sons of Knglant will be held on Wednesday evening }Ifs. C.-Hall and.children, at 8.15 In the, l.O.O.F. hall. Everyon hr.vo been vieltlng Mrs. Hell's sister, welcome, aiid a good lime will he 13. Walsh. SOS Gtb Avc. S., for spent, a few days, returned to their home in Medicine Hat on Saturday. 16 4 6 -S1 Miss Glailj-s lulling returned yes- torclay after spending tho week-end friends In Lomond. j tf 1 Mr. K. U. Ryluuds returned last The following marriage announce- night trotn Victoria where ho left mcnt will he ot Interest to many res Mrs.-llylaads and -family for tho dents In the city. Prior lo his culls ter. Iment Sir. McClinlon was employed I ilho offices of II. M. and W. A. Whld Miss Fishr-r. who spent the holiday dingtoii, architects, ot tills city. season in the city, returned to Cal- ing scon after tho declaration ot wa gary on Katurslsy. .for Ireland, where he triiincil fo overseas .service, Mr. McClinton wo Rev. Thomas Powell, rjf Calgary, is'ills captaincy In the field in the earl tho guest. Crass. of Itov. and Mrs. CV K. SIjss Jessia llnnillton Mt on Satur- stasos of tho war: On .December-' ll, at Castlereag day for Udmbiitoii-where she-will .church, by the jVey. W sumo her duties in the" Albcrtix Coltiuhoun, i McClinton, -M.C., eldest son .of Joli McCHnton, Ilockrnount, D'oriashaae Mr. and Mrs. A. K. have'to Ethel; llnslctt, vbujigo been spending the holiday season with daughter of thejate Sir .James.Ha Mrs. Mr. and'.Jlrs.j'ctl, Belfast, _ John Scotl. liave returned to their '.-j'V'i. homo in 1 'I A Misi; MrtuCl Thorpe, of I-ltzikom, who the has been a patient in the Oilt'hb'spi- 13th o recently. 9 9 The ciecdtivo and systematic coliee. ors ot the Wesley Church Ladles Aid 111 meet Oil Wednesday afternoon at o'clock iu ladies' parlor, n; is cry Important'that all ladles should ttend and hilug iu their books. Board of Commerce Agreed To Raise to lie Last Novem- Winnipeg Price According Free Press Evening 'Bulletin, brad, wllh JAPS SEND MEN TO KOLCHAK HONOLULU, T.H., Heavy Japanese reinforcements have'been rushed to Irkutsk to aid the forces of Admiral Kolchak there, according to a cable from Tokio to the Nippu J1J1. a Japan- ese daily newtpapcr here. MASQUERADED AS CANADIAN SOLDIER, JAILED IN NEW YORK NEW YOHK, Jan. Pope was sentenced to an indeterminate lierind of from sli months to three years in the penitentiary hero at to- tho' advance recently mafle. U retell- day's session of court. Masquerading ing'In Winnipeg at 10 cents tot the'as Lieut. Francld R. MacKlroy, of tho loaf. This is 2 cents cheaper than the price .of in Lothbridge. Inquiries made by tho Herald among the bakera of the city, as to why the difference in the prices, brought tho reply that, till Winnipeg haVers were charging too meet the advanc- ed yrlce In fiour and other things. Tho Canadian army and wearing a Canad- ian army uniform with several decor- ations, 1'opo faced a charge of.having stolen a souvenir belt from a Hed Cross nurse at a V. M. C. A. hut hero un.1 selling tho belt as his own. Pope claimed to.have been decorat- ed for ing saved his captain's life price III Lethbridge is the same as while fighting' In a Canadian unit at what the loaf is selling for In Caigary. Vlmy Rldce, he said ho was li Is further stated that tho present 1 wounded. advance in the price of thn loaf Is' Investigation proved that Canadian really 1 1-2 cents, as Iho loaf should I authorities were unablo lo confirm tho have been 11 cents, dating story ot Pope's war record and the from November, 1918. which n-aj the selling price In Calgary. Board of Cemmeixe Agrees Kroni data submitted to the Board The progress mado in tho Forwaru o{ commerce, shpwlng that It was not Movement campaign in the Lethhndgo paying the bakers to sell bread at 10 District, received careful coneldera- cents pcr 2u loaf, permission was Ion tUo weekly wee ling ot tho given last November to cnarge 11 Lothbridge District Inter-Church Ceu- conts. This permission was however, latter U taid to havo admitted that) Ids lieutenant's nnfform was his only by right of purchase. CIRCULATE PETITION FOR RUSSELL'S RELEASE WINNIPEG, Jan. pelilion for tral Commuted, held In tho Y. M. C. use Of at nrao release of K. B. Ilusse'.l, slrikc A. last night. 1; was reported in the city1 considered it sentenced to serve two years is spending few days In renewing .The'yoinig .cpnple will, reside in r; of Nurse Mona Perry, nf tho general hospital, Calgaiy, will cc. in- Rev.-'A.: H. D en doij: yesterday. after- the staff of.lhc Fernie hospital. Mrs. Lockhart and little sou, Mel of Spokane, ore the ilrs. Ixjekharl's mother, Bruchet, L'10 10th at. S. tcrostcil In learning sho has joined noon performed Ihe- ceremony uniting In marriage JIlES1 A. D. JleUser, of Warner, Alia., and Mr. Loe Whit- more Tenney; also of Warner. The Tin, of Spokane, are the guests of service took place In Knoi church aik Ixiekhart's mother, Mrs. G. A. was witnessed only by Immediate friends 'and relatives of the 'contract [ing parties. Miss Edna Davis lett on Saturday Mr- "nd Mrs. Tenney will reside Tor Edmonton ivhe-ro she will take a in Warner. Bhort course in the Normal school. Mrs. Druscllla Green, ot Cardstou, Alberta, who has heen here for o short k- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES time visiting 'Mrs. 0. A. Davler, leftjfr Friday afternoon lo visit friends "l! t 4. A a C- 4 While Sulphur Falls: I The regular business meeting ot thi IA.Y.P.A. will he held Thursday eve ning, January Sth, in the St. Angus- Daily Tribune fr O Hied. the movement is gathering wait Until the price of flour waa turn1 with all the churches paritcipat- ing In this campaign, and the hope was confidently expressed that the week ot prayer now being observed would he prolific in results. It waj announced that the commit- tee have promises from- 2 number of able speakers, who will be glad !o help any church In tho district with I he work. The spiritual aspect ot this cam- paign was considered, and a very 'In- leresllng discussion took If. Syas felt that every effort should to emphasize the same; 'it was decided to defer any definite'-'de tision 'until next week, to enable the rc6nmiiltee .to observe -carefully tho 'progress of the campaign during [he iresent week.'ao that the committee night, have the benefit experience o guide them to a solution ot Lmpaig'n "problems: V- Arrangements were ma'fla (o fur iinulatcj by the .cam- paign in surrounding country dis- ric-ts... anil the committee desired lo nakeVknovn their readiness to .heir any.c'hirch -desiring 'speakers or advice in the work of conducting ho Forward Moyement Campaign, PRESIDENT WILSON WILL ISSUE CALL ten. dent Wilson "will no doubt" issue the call for the first meeting of the league of nations under the peace treaty, when the treaty is actually In effect through the ex- .chandt.if ratifications of three of ippwers and Germany, State Polk said 'iMri'po.'K lhat he had fo PrVnileriClemenceaii and premiers while he was Irr-PaHiV as head of the United when they asked whether the president would issue the .LOCAL BREWERY y. BUSY THESE DAYS--' Consequent on the inter-provincial brewery Is busy time fining whicK are itocking up' to" irpeet demand for-.- temporary-speeding-up in therruih of orders-arid is working to limit. CASE.COMPLETE WINNIPEG, Jan. was an- nounced today., trial the reserve the B. Russell, -the of sedi- eonsgiracy'ind sentenced to years'.-Imprisonment, to go the of appeal( on Thursday, fias'.bec'n. completed In wr.itten form.-.Jil all probability be sljntd by Mr.-' Justice the is being prepared y tho labor rtetenso commitlee and vill be placed before a local labor con- erencf on Jan. IS for forma] approv- 1. Similar petitions on behalf of ine men now awaiting trial-for either editions conspiracy or publishing se- lltious words in connection with' last ummer's sympathetic strike, will be circulated. The Store of Groceries Maple Syrup, Smafl's, 28s, per 65c Maple Syrup, Small's, in bottles..... 45c and Maple Syrup, Bowes' Si, per tin Salmon, choice red Ensign brand, 2 tins 70c': Peaches, Evaporated.Blue Ribbon, 2 Ib. Peaches, Evaporated Blue Ribbon, 5 Ib. packet Starch, Laundry, Silver Gloss, per packet 17e Clothes Pins, Spring, 3 dozen to packet, each.. ISc Cleanser, Oid Dutch, per tin..............lie Scouring Powder, Bull Dog, 3 25c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE- -NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY- WILL PROSECUTE THOSE WHO SOLD BEER WASHINGTON', Jau. iately after the supreme court upheld the constitutionality of provisions of _ the Volstead act, prohibiting the man- IR SAM STEELE jufactnre sale of liquors contain- ONLY LEFT S30001 one-hal! of one per cent, or more of alcohol, the department ot Justice uegan preparations for the prosecu- tion of all who have sold beer, stncu the passage of tho net last October. WINNIPEG, Jan. will of ho lalo .Major-Gen. Sir Sam Stcelc was probated'In surrogate com! today .0 the amount, of This com- prised the total amount left by tho jreat Canadian general and is In the form of life insurance. WANT TO STAY WITH INTERNATIONAL WINNIPEG, Jnn. number of the members ot the local street car union have taken n stand in opposi tlon to seccdii.g from Iho internation- als, as was decided upon by a mass meeting of thu union Saturday night and they will remain with Ihe Inter national, they declare, Irrespeclive of what their fellow-workers do. The street railway company has not signi- fied its atiitude should an O.U.U. spring up. It is pointed oui thai-seces- sion from the international would de- prive the men of insurance rights ag- gregating MONTREAL WATER PRESSURE .NORMAL MONTREAL. Jan. morning the pumps iirthe city waterworks department are In rjood working or- der and water has been pouring into Ihe McTavish street reservoir since 12.40 a.m. Thfe normal pressure of SO pounds has been reached tho supply for the entire city is up to the usual 'galloiis being pumped. KINDERGARIlNfe MISS ESTHER Will organize in musical Kindergarten'c-'u Sal- urdav, January 10 11 a.m., room Conservatory of Music. Ages 5 to 9. The course In. eludes training in note-read ins- at keyboard arid lilack board.; study ot nnd .riythm throiiffh singing and iplk.danc-; 'ing. etc. The course lays a tbor- ough foundation 'for further study at the piano or other mus- ical Instruments. j. b. HIGINBOTHAM; co.i LTD., SOCIAL EVENTS tin's -hall at S o'clock sharp. fi horod there will bo a '.large -.attend- Those who altendcd the masquer- T.he wual weekly' meeting of the Senior Division, No. 1 Company, GW bo held I'nls eveulng p.t nde danco at the Crystal Lake school Cuttles, Friday night ngrecd that it was 7.30. moEl enjoyahjn evening. Tlic success of the evening was largely duo to Iho The Sikokotoki Chapler, I.O.D.R, Quickly In The Cup INSTANT POSTUM healthful table beverage now used so much by former tea and coffee drinkers. There's WILL EXTEND ASSISTANCE TO WINNIPEG, fo tti-t amount of be granted dTsabEed returned men, who are desirous of. estab- lishing themselves In a legitimate business, according to a wire re- ceived by the district vocational afficft hsrc froni Hon. J, A- Cal-> Ottawa, today. Prediction was made In official _ clrcfes of the military and civilian relief that this'gnnt would in time be extended to take In all deserving cases of this kind of returned men, equalizing the as- sistance given to city men with that given men desiring to go on the land. UIUl ITALY NEVER SOUGHT PEACE WITH AUSTRIA Keep Sloan's, the World's Liniment VMsndy to Allay Aches. Thousands ot men and women, when the least little rheumatic "crick" assails them, have Sloan's Liniment "handy to knock it, out. Popular, n third of a century ago j inore today. That's hecause it is so wonderfully helpful In relieving nil external aches and lumhago, neural- gia, overstrained muscles, stiff weather exposure resulu. A Httto is all lhat Is necessary, for It soon penc- tia'.es without mhhing to the sore spot. Leaves no muss, stained skin, clogged pores. A. hottle today is n rrisc precaution. Keep It handy. All 70c, J1.-JO. in Canada.) TONIGHT! YES! YOU MUST! You Can't Stay Bilious and Constipated. You'rU'vtr and Bowels Need Gripcf j Tiirn the raacals headache, lillicmsness. iinllEcsUnn, colds, the sour stomach and misery-making (lira thorn out tonight and keep then: out with discards. Millions of men anil women take a Cascarct now and then anil never know tho misery caused hy a lazy llv- "r, doBeoil bowels, or an upset slora- Dnn't piit in another day of dlslress. ROME, Jan. Italy did not send agents to Berne in April or May, 1917, to propose peace to the Austrian minister to Switzerland, declared Gen. Csdorna, der-ln-ehlef of the .Italian armies at thai time. The's state- ment is made in the course of an emphatic denial of assertions con- tained In a published letter from' former Emperor Charles of Aus- tria to his cousin, Prince of Bourbon. Italy, according to the tetter, was willing to make peace and receive only that part of Trentlnv by the Ital- ians, BEST TEACHERS ARE LEAVING SCHOOLS REGINA, Sas'K., Jan. Com- mentlna today on Mr. Rockefeller's gift of to meet the urgent needs of educational Insti- tutions In the United States and Canada, A. H. Ball, deputy min- ister of education for Saskatche- wan, declared that no more force- ful or dramatic recognition of the existence of a grave emergency could have been given. Only prompt action on the part of those responsible for the fixing c-f salar- ies of teachers In this province, cald the minister, enn stop the present flow of the best material from the teaching profession into other and moro lucrative fields, Unless this action Is taken, Sas- katchewan -will lose from its schools the Intellectual cream of province artd be forced to de- pend on secorid rate and third rate teachers for the education of its future citizens, T _, j CLOSE nteoTioN IN BELLEVILLE Sloans UFT OFF CORNS! Doesn't hurt at all and costs only a few Cascarels cletinep your stomach; remove Iho BOiir.-'.fenncii'.ing food; tjiVe the exccas bllo from yonr-liver Out., Jan. ami carry out all Ihe cpnitlnalcil w.- n. IllfSgs vras elected mayor waste matter and polaori in Iho bow- In one of Iho closest elections of the els. Then you will feel great. city's hUtdry. It was the first three- Cascarefs tonight straighten you out 'cornered contest in many yenr.i The hy Thoy work wlillo you Advert. ivolo follows: W. D. W. 1C. Jllkol, 31S; Albert Robinson, 173. JIaglcl Just drop ft HUlft Frcezoiie on that touchy corn, instantly It st aching, then you lift Iho corn off with tho fingers. Truly! No humbug! Try Frcozonc! Your drutfjist sells a liny botlle for a few cenls, sufficient to rid your feet of >ovcry hard corn, soft corn, or com between tho toss and calluses, without ono particle of sore- ness or Irritation, Frcczonc Is tho dis- covery of n noted Cincinnati genius. WEEK OF PRAYER (THIS WEEK) I In the Interest of the Interchurch Movemerife CHRISTIAN CHURCH- Rev, E. J. H odgins. Topic, "Consecration for Service." BAPTIST CHURCH- Rev. C. E.Cragg. Subject, "The Churcb and Its Part" KNOX CHURCH- Rev. W. F. DaffJe. Topic "The Church Awak- ened by Her New Mission." UNITED CHURCH- ON THE HALL) Rev, 0. L Curtis. Topic, "Hear Ye Him." WESLEY CHURCH- Rev. Thos. Powefl. Subject, "An Ideal Wednesday Night The Pastor of Each Church Will Be in Charge and Will be Assisted by Two Lay- men, Subject, "The Forward j i An offering will be taken on Wednesday evening to defray expenses. The pastors will be in charge of their own services on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights. ;