Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PHIDAY, JANUAUY 21. W9 .Til'-. I.ETUURIDGK DAil.Y FIFTEEN- Miss Pauline who recently route. unWwent an oueratjon for appcodl flus Is progressing favorably. for 'Calgary Mrs.; .Uoyd n brother, who Is reinrulng li> Canary alter nearly tour years In franco and England, having- tieon wounded lu head. Mr. and -Mrs; baby ihopo tu'spi-uil :rfeeks-wilh-.Mr. and Jir's. Lloyd. V- X rf Mr J. WlllSa' of' ih'e Standard bcro has been trannferrcd to Leader Sank. M'i5s Al. Mofluide. who has guest of ber sister. Mrs. G. E. Helsellt for several months, has for n home in; aud Church's -rtrry'. North nakola. en Mr anJ Mrs. Donald Van Horn and daughter Dorothy, also Mr. and Mrs J T. MacKay of Claresholm are moto visitors in-the city tor-a Jew Jlrs. Hi Reynolds loft last iiljjit (o a short visit to Edmonton, i Mr. Spooner returned'at" ti soldiers in Saskatchewan! is H visitor beginning of the week from a bus In (ho city for a short time. KSS irlp lo Chicago lir aud Mrs. A. G. Iloberlson and eon Allen left last night for" an ei- lendcd'visit to California, i Mr. f. M. niches, wuq Is In. charge ot .vocational .Iralnlng tor Jlr. and Mrs. M. L. It'. jon Maurice, arc leaving-next week YOU AULD SCOTIA b'alher Landry. were served by Ihe al Scotia' lloile. 'roju scenes like srandeur That niakei' her- revored abroad; are the breath u' hoaisl man's' t'liJ" noblest work, ol cd cerles. in fair virtue's heaveulj load. A. cottuse leaves-ihe1 palace far Vhat is a lordling's cuuiu roils load. Disguising olt the wretch of humau kind. Studied in nrli df hell, lu witkcdnes reliued! 0 Sec I ia! my dear, my name soil For yvhoui my warmest wish t Heaven ii Eeut Long may thy hardy sous of rust toil Tomorrow. of Bubble Humi, of Scotland. Protobiy gained sucli mafses as this Scouim aorn on January 2.-. (own of Ayr. factory iroritr to remark, We ollca but 1 thought Jie would next. Ye was Ills lajnry TEI only a Blight and' he' It to Tbcu htood-polsonlng ret In and developed BO quickly that The frieuils of Olrs. Peter II. As rroft -will regret to hear ot her deal Which 'took place In Vancouver o Tuesday, Jan. 21, from pneumonia.. l itev- Baker, former paetor hirst Baptist church; passed through the his way to 'iiipes, "where bo attend Ihe eon-. 1 ventTou of 'the Union. Members of 'ihetWomen's Ilolurned Veterans Committee, 'representatives l ol the Sir Alexander Ualt Chapter 1. 0 D B ot Ihe Veterans and ol other societies, a number of Hotarians wlln 1 Ificir cars, and many olhera assembled at the station yesterday afternoon In liio hope of Kreellng '.quito a number toll KetUcr the presen. niomcat lie blest with health, ami ar. M ovef "ifere are sweet content! nrobaljly lo, ,nd. oh! may Heaven their simple 'Burns. works arc bn-athinfainl rotcui; K.-QO iirprv KnirliFhlllUll tU Sad to arm ampotaied. ihe hope of Kreellng -.quito a nun How Soot you! bs o( returned soldiers. Only three I1UIT. ttwvMfc J ______ I ui ___ .t-ni-a c- You on safeguard youiMit aiainit the result of acciileuW, many -other people .baro done, keeping Zam-Buk handy. 8. A: Wernlcke of Hilton, BC accidentally ran a seedle f ir into b'er.'flrigtr thiVJ t" pi erce tie bone. She writes: hand so' ani that I could not use 1L I naturally tried .very remedy I knew of, hut It only lot itorse. BIood-pc.l6onl.ns devel- oped ahl. eitended right up my- The pain was intense, and I tertalnlr thought I wonii my -arm, -whteh In a terribly in- flamed and swolltn aUte. and lller- ally covered with lumpa. A advised me to me Zam-Buk, which I, did, and It was. not Ions before lie pain grew leSi-.-WIlh persover- anco 'the Inflammation 103 all drawn out the swelling and lumps and my arm was coon gullo well again." 'Zam-Buk is. also test for eczema all skin trouhles, run- sin E m rci and piles. All Btorea, 60 c. of reurne rived however, aud liicsc wore given ve warm welcome.. AmonK them was lance-Corp. J. T. Rotliwcll, who has been on active service in France for two and a half years, lie was accom- panied hy Sirs. Holhwcll and little who had gone to Medicine Hat to meet him. lives prevent Krorn Injury's t-ontasion, weak jnd vile! Then, howe'er crown ami coronets lie renl. A virtuous populace the while, And stand a wall of fire around their much-loved isle.' nurns In -Cotter's Saturday Nighf.'.' .______ sewing meeting and the second would be of an educational nature toucblns on work ol Ihe church at home and abroad. Tho iiexl meeting will bo hcld'lit Ihe home of Mrs. A. laylor. lllh street. This will be a sewing meeting and It Is hoped that ;ill Ibe members and others mteresiei in Iho work will be present aud assure the success of the future meetings. realllic? for every whom SbaVcspcare a name." a'laTmer saoil o Swift's Veal Loaf, per .pound Ham, 65c Swift'a Premium Bacon and Hams, whole, half or sliced. Brari, Shortt, Crushed Corn and Wheat- for the Chickens. t. Hye ibs. RyeV 49 .Ibs....................r..... Tuna Flch, per tin 25c Oclden West Washing powder, per pkg. Pearline, per pka. lie Tcilet Soap, Infant's Deliflrit, per box 30c Bar, 1l -s-Pears, Cold Bar, per tin............... 10c Sun Ammonia P.owiUr, pef pkg. 10e Bakfng Powder. Nabob, regular 35c, on sale this week 25c peaehej, 'Aylmer Brand, No. 1 tin, this week Perk and Beam, Libby's .large.. 23o City brand, regular 30c, on >ale 2 f _ AND VEGETABLES and Lemons, Oranget, per dozen Bananas, per >w Celery, per Ib, 1 Lettuce, per pound........................ we piiVcnlpSr Elects, CarroU, Cabbage and t r T MEAT ANt? PROVISIONS Ingcrsol 15t Cream (Jtieese MeCartni CheMf, Jara Llmtuna? ,f Since, by Ihe renuesl of ho European nations, Including Ger- mariy and Herbert Clark i Hoover will tioctnnc a sort 'of. uni- versal food contrdlier, he if sihlq, fliore of i world..figure: than ivcrfSWV Iiis'-hns icen a norld'figure for ninny years, hut prior to 1915, when he took charge df. Belgian relief; known only in mining circles.'wtilch are es- cosrapjolitan, anil lo Ihe great financial 'groups of London and New York. Ills appointment as food controller of thef United Slates .in 1917 further added'lo his fame, and brought him home lo his native land, which for many years liad known him li'flrily'-throiigh- Msuol -visits. .The- fol- I1 lowing art the facts'nomit him prior .'iij'! Born' at frcsl'llranch. Iowa, A'liBiisl 10th. GiadnrlJcd; from "l.eland Idrri linlverst.-y. Calllornia; H. A.- and HhilnrjKnsineer. ISJ5: In Geologicnl Survey. Sierra Nevada Mountain's, Cal.. having years previously ns assistant in Arkansas i Geological Survey. y iSSfir -Assistant .Manager. Carlisle Mines, New Mexico, and the Star 1S9T: rdiire- f-enlalive ot ift Co., is'.celehratcil ot.I.on- Eng.. and Manager of llnnnan's riwn Hill Mine. 1898: Mrinager. Cwnllii and X-Murchls'pn Mines, Australia.- ISfeO: Knslner of Chinese Im A LIMITED AMOUNT Of No M ,FKBSH MADE ButtEP.at2llis.tor Tinen per I5c Shredded Corn Flakea, per Maesrtnl, pit Mc Honty, Ontario, Bramble Jelly, Jnr Halrtt' Orange Marmalade, per jar 360 BJue-Laljel'.. Oil] arid booking, 1m Sj 09 Phones J.4S3 ltd' f365 Lkeofe No.' 8-2408 'ft, o _f 45 f f jfU L Limited 1 MARKET _STrieF.r M.' ard Reiall' LlcenM No.' 9-795J MAIN'-MARKET DOMINION TH11D AVENUE SOUTH COR 4TH AVE, VHC'NES 412 AND 13M 5 -r -imrfi Fdad tVliirl f- Foftfl Retail Llcenae ST, t.