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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIUM1, JAM.AIU iilf. 1.1-. i .Ml.X Ul.l'iAUJ .'AGE l MBBON r By an overwhelming majority the people of Western Can- ada have decided that Blue Ribbon Mountain Grown Tea is the best. Ask for it. A GREAT WELCOME ia great welcome, although the trans- ______ {port arrived (n a typical mtd-ivintcr VASCOCVKIl, Jan. steam-! Vancouver rala. ship Empress ot Asia docked here at 'J.30 this morning wilh more !han MO vclerar.3 from Ihe west front.! Ur- Portland, most of whom enlisted from Vancou-1 Ore., well known al one time in On- ver, anil were met at the dorks by tarlo. is dead, Helativos live at Mil- relatives. The city gave the veterans j (on. Ont. PHONC 1U4 00 was realized from LenicrUliriucal, vrhlch of the very bei'.s V..U-JI LE PETIT MARECHAL A prophetic tribute to the (.'om- o! ihe Al- lied Armies in t'rauce ff O Spirit of France c-njbodled in'one'mau, jladty we follow you go; We have been with you since the fight began, And now with failh and hope ue face the foe. Dark skies have frowned upon us in past years. Vet have prayed for strength to meet each hour; N'oftr, when our needs are keener felt than tears, We choose the mm to unify our CHURCHES AND SOCIETrEG The Art Needlework nab will meet at the home ol Mrs. fu >lou- day afternoon. Owing to the meeting: vsiii.-b ia Your Oppor- tunity to Save Money CHKAP DDXTISTRY Is dear at. any price where it is made cheap by tfce sacritice of material- anil skill, THIS MONTH WE OFFER A! REDUCTION'OF 20.pER CENT." i ON OUR REGULAR MODER- in any way departing -from OUT set "policy- of "materials -tho best and eklll such as we ha've always-given. Twenty per cent is a big saving. Why not take of this offer and have your teolh attended to now? Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs: Bruner. Richards Nelson j High Grade American Dentistry j I PHONE 363 Oil Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Utbbridgc LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRI8TALL BLOCK. It Nordheiraer Pianos It has taken 78 years of experience to develop the present day Nord- lieimcr." This name is your best ftafeguard of the invest; ment you put into a p''ano. SOLD BY ASSINIBOIA MUSIC do. Ltd. sis 6TH 'STREET, PHONE IMS 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MAKES HEALTHY.HAPPY CHILDRENl ing held in the ciiy Tues .day, the Major Jack Itohs Ctiapier. O. D. K.. have poslpotiM ilitir lueel- until Thursday January .j when It will be held in ihe K. of hall at S o'clock, A-, c-onptl-j tution, dues for 1910 he [mid before February 1st. otiit'nvfc? bers are not entitled u> a vote all the annual meeting. l ail members kindly come prepared tu pay clues at ihi3 mceUtig- Thoap member- rolls not vciahlng to tonimua rhould send their pins n> ihft ireas- urer. Mrs, H, Holt, au.i purchase price will be returned. Miss Saiman will 10 Uie Big Sisters' class of Knox i-hun-h on Sun- flay morning at The members are urgei! to make a ef.'ort to at teed. Though strife goes on as if it ne'er would end, While Death walks faster the weary land. Yet still in him round whom our colors blend. We feel the cause fourid a guiding hanil. j So when tho days of triumpu shall ap- pear And our proui} banners make their last advance, A free world's voice will hail in ac- cents clear, The gallant son of ail immortal France! I Owen E. McGlllicmldy in E very wo 'R Tht M. S.' ol i-hurch will rWel in the ladies' [jsilor on Mou- o'er day afternoon at 3.30. An executive meeting will he called Cor ut same place, The W. A. of St. Augustrn's church will hold Uielr annual meeting Mon- day afteraoou at 4 hi St. Au- eUBtln's parish The young das a of Wesley church will meet for regular study rjf the lesson Icmcirmv.- nfier morn-i ing service in their Every] nieniber and nny: desiring to; join or attend arc urgtd to Ue present' There will be 130 rehearsal of Queen Esther tomorrow owing to the G. V. A. meeting at llic same liour. IN .PEACE OR. IN WAR, ihe real Victory food is ihe food that gives the greatest of real digestible nutri- ment for the least money. Judged by. this test Shredded Wheat is the real Victory food. It comes out of the war pure; clean .wholesome; unadulterated. There is Itis the same Shredded Wheat Biscuit you have always1 eaten -ithe whole wheat, nothing added, nothing taken away. Serve withvmilkTor cream. Salt or sweeten to suit the taste. MADE IN CANADA PERSONAL o- -9 MEU10URXE. Jan. iVia ter's.) Acting Premier Watt an- nounced that the" government is sub- mitting to the British and Dominion ijjorernments a concrete scheme for the pooling or debts and. plac- ing Ahem under i ilou. commls- In Crushes Ihe Hopes of Democracy. Say Delegates Mrs. Martin McCreery of Cranbroot is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. T. Brvniner, I Mr. Harold Clear left yesterday to cept A ijoslliou in the Stau'Urd mk at Lament- Mrs. O. C. Edwards passed through e city yesterday on the way lo her DIDC in Maclftod. Miss Hamilton, who has been a vis- or with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taylor i Sunaita, has returned to the city. r, and Jlrs. Taylor arc spending a w -weeks in Lethbrldge visiting tends. Mrs. De Wolfe is laid up with an Hack of Her. "W. F. Burus passed through he city on Thursday on his way to ernie. ------_... Jan. to fe- Mr. J.-P. Coaltlale, hasfports received here'from .Moscow ihe eceived the sad news ot the death of "international communfcl (fingress" VLADIVOSTOK, Jan. forbidding political discussions by delegates of provincial zemslvcs, dis- trict, councils and town duiuas in con- ference here were read at the open- ing "session today by Col. Butenko, con.raancier of. the Vladivostok' lor- The orders, ivhieli are credited lo Admiral Kolchak, led to Iieatetl de- bates at the conference. Yaku- shcf, a delegate from Irkutsk, said: 'The hopes of tiemocrany are disap- pointed by (he conservative Irenrt of ierents at Omsk. iheiu Ik's HI action by tiie zematvos." It is said that antagonism to the Ouisk government will be the resull of the incident. is mother at Ellsworth, Wisconsin, aud left today tfor that place. Driven Alfred-Mitchell, who eiillst- ed with the Baltery, arrived ome from England on Thursday. Dr. IHchell resides at 543 16th St. N. Spr. Stanley Munroe arrived home roni overseas on- Mew Year's morning, nd his brother, Pie. Norman, ou Thursday oE this Doth .boya ave heen ou active service for two nd a half years, and have hoen tirough some severe KgliUng, but are ocfcing "Singing Pete Hobln-" on, tho V. C. hero, is a cousin of these oya, and they are justly proud of hla ecord. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Cope arc spend- ng thft week-end In Calgarj'- Miss Ashlon's kindergarten class ias ueen from its location in he old high school building 'Into the lindergarten--building where if was ormerly held. r, and-Mrs. W, H. McGregor, who iare been visiting in ttie city lor a short' time, have returned to their In'Ofcoioks. a mm i Jito there has deck first congress new 'revolution- ary Internationale." Tlie' communist .5 dnlletl program congress, it Is' manifesto setting based upon ihe programs of the.Ger- man Sparlacan party and the Kusaiau Communist and BolslieviV party. EVENT! c- Mra.' T. II. McCreadj- gavn a ile- Hghltul loa'Bl'her. home yettenlay at .ornoon in honor. oE 3ier guest, Mrs, A. E. McCready, ,wlio IB visiting lier. A grRat numbor ot guests were pres U. S. RAILWAYS 750 MILLIONS MORE WASHINGTON, Jan, railroad administration heeds more for its revolving fund to supplement the originally provided and new ex- hausted. In preparing this ment for congreit, Director-Gen- eral Hines explained that of this sum repreEchle, to the government incurred In operations last year, and the re- mainder represents railroads to be repaid eventually with interest. Congress wilt be asked immedi- ately to appropriate .this, amount Mr. Hinei declared'would be necessary regardless of wheth- er Ihe railways were returned to private management with a few months or remained longer under government WITNESSED HANGING Jan, min- jiiiK were forced by Francisco Villa to'witness the hanging ot An- onto Cabello, former mayor of Santa, Eulalla, Chihuahua, on "Wednesday vhen Villa occupied the mining acted the safes ot the mining- ies, robbed the Eloree houMs uf Araeilcang and departed alter kUl- ing four federal 'soldiers and OR the VISIT DEVASTATED ARJEAS PARIS, -Tau. Ayil plans .to make the first-of a series ol short trips to the devastated regions of Fro nee Sunday. He will go train lo Khehna, where he wlli'b'e me by an army motor car, in ivlilch he will make a tour of the surrounding district. HONOR NHW al dinner 'attended by 250 members; and guests, following, the meeting ot the St. George's aocielr- at the Ho I el At. tor [ontghf. R-JO the' occasion ot an enthusiastic ration" in honor oflCapt.- V.C.. commander of.H.M.S. VJndlct-f; ire aud.hero ol the Zeehrugge raid. HOLD THEM-TILL THEY GET WASHINGTON, Jan. solref the problem ol unemployed discharg-; ed soldiers, the war department has! ordered'that GO man discharged.! Irom the army against his desire un-j til auch lime as be can eecure em- uVoymentiio life. (Hy K. FlayCalr, Pre5a Correspondent.) VIjADlVOSTOK, Jan. J.ele- gram from Omsk states that the inter- allied committee for ihe control of tho trans-Siberian railway is remov- ing Ua headquarters .from Vladivostok to Omsk as the result of the recent agreement tor the operation of Iho system. Comprehensive Diana are be- ing prepared TvhJch, II is hoped, will enable the Inter-nllied committee to avoid the present heavy rle'Iicils In operation of the railway. The'staffs of all Siberian- lines are heavily yad- ded. ov.-jng to the revolution, but it ia Impossible to rcihice greatly without serious disturbances. .Gen. Eimsley, general officer com- manding Ihe Canadians 1n Siberia, ia leaving shortly for OmsV. lie will administer the British forces there and win c its. confer with other allied MORE MENNONITES Men nonlte tribe; to the .mnriber of about enl, little Joan Hrymner being tlio one hundred nml> thirty lo ope door attendant. Mrs. J. Bawden rctl and is' oipected rto pass and Mrs. H. T. {Jrynlnor iKJiircd, tbe [through Calgary within.ihe day (able being brightened with a profu- sion of golden rtaftodila for the occa iMra, W. A. Mrs. Pair- f lei it Home and Simpson as- St. Cyprfnn'B Oirl T'litdes entertain- ed Iho Hoy Sconla last evening, when A number of jolly games were played and dainty refreshments served. tho senior Bible classes Joined tho girls and boya ot n very informal dance. Dcforo leaving Iho Scouts gave- three hearty cheers for tho in appreciation of (ho enjoy- able timo spent. Tho N'ext-of.Kin whist drive iand ilanco given last evening in Iho Vet- erans' Clun waa one.of the most, sue- held in Lcthbrldge, A splendid crowd Scofclr' their wfly up land recenily nurcliased In tho llockyfon district, on the C-NMl. The'-trihe I coming from rewistoWn, ..Montana and is headed by a.iitati named er. Thfi was abUl To this-tribe by the HayrcJEoaher-Cu. UO. A. Jud son Sayrc, president the Calgar> Colonization Co., stated to the Albert an last night that though ho know lh< tribe was coming, he dfd not' cxjrec them through so H Is salt that there are only five cotonlca o (he -McnnonKes IcEt In y the UnUef Slates. SHORTAGE OF TONNAGE VICTOH1A. Jan. lews from London .reaching hcri his morning indicate that shcrlag iif; tonnage fa (hn modi dlfflcnil; Perfect Health Every person old enough to understand reaves that the only way to insure perfect health is by keeping all waste and poison expelled from the system. In order'to rid the body of these constantly forming impurities Nature has provided two sets of vital organs, namely, the Kidneys and the Bowels. Almost every person lakes precautions to nave well-reguUted Bowels, and does nothing for this Kidneys.'' Therftg where the trouble commences, for your Kidneya must be kept freed the i same as the Bowels if you expect them to perform their -proper function continuously. It's a fact! and one well worth to hiart, For neglected, con- gested Kidneys are the cause of ijiilehse suffering followed by diseases such as Sclitjw, Lumbiigo, etc. Tliink of your Kidneys and the same as you would cathartics. They cannot harirt will rilieve Kidney or Bladder disorders. The National Drug Chemical Co. 6f Cinadk, Limited, Toronto. PT.Z03 Mrs. W. K. Taylor, c( class IT..... Mercer' now lying In tho'-water1 or'In the gcnllemena prizes telng won hyillu, of. ihe 'hWherft-', coast. Mcsarn. J. niioy, T. II. Owens nnd Sfrenmiua efforts ard being made to Steve Tho ot -f r U.S. residents should address: Na-Dru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, "I 1 FOR THE ;