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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JAM'AUY 27. VJU1 DAILY PAGE SEVEN PHONE 122-4 where ho will manage n (luaiivlal' ami the First Aid class on "'at S luu. [u the Y. M. C. A Quota Kstiitr wilt be helj in the (J. V. A. tui'JUorium toulgh; j PERSONAL busitu-as. DQUQML and iho i-tilldnm xvlll !u CUiU-ago with Ji'.-v for tonio ILIUC. 4 iirig. Harold MitoJonalii. the nfw O. of iliis military district, is marrlr-d to voting lady, wMo. M SMIss ULluiour, of a freqin-at visitor In iiic past lo l.cHbbrt'Ue. Gen. MacdonaM was a civil with the R. on ihft Hue for tome time. !lc lost iiit urm a coiiplf of ago -u dco. B- Mackay aod Ceo. Morris liavo returned from an extended irlp to Chicago, Hoston aud Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Hugti Cran'ford tack from a trip aa fpr east us >Vin- Fred Piil'ltps was visitor in kiH week, "ho guest of her sister. Mrs. James i-anon. ('apt- Ij'.iRii I Kin nan, whose. return from overseas service was reported on Saturday, will locate in Calgary. RECUPERATION of llie vital (prcet ol the body, depleted in Ihe struggle with acute disease, not upon super- ;ficial stimulation- but upon ade- quate nourishment. The. body needs to be nourished back lo strength and power. scorn EMULSION Mr. and Mrs. 11. or Noble. funJ, visitors In tttc niy ihe wpefc-cncr Miss lua MeCiiiiibly. who ija.s been visiting !a baa returned lo the city. The .Mjrquls of Qncentbury, i wa.% In Winnipeg two years ago on his way to llrltisb Oo'uuibia, to in itigate certuiu mining proper lies, expected sliorily. It is uudcrstcod (hat ite wiil take up hi." in the vicinity cl I'rinco Kit perl for at part of year youili he spent some- Time 01 a southern AHjerta free I'rosri. Mr. apd Sirs. J. A. Saul. 172 ilar rani avenue, announce the eng inent of iheir second dflughtc-r, Hea trice Adele, to Albert Beau mont, of son o! Mr. an Mrs. II. C. Heaumont, Alemcda, t'ali Free Press. o'clock tOClAL EVENT! 1 1-1 j f iiay eveiitns ny MISS jessic .iiccar pure, wholesome :i UeUghirul owning being tones and strengthens by nourishing the "whole syilem body, blond anil nervti. Nourish yoiir body ta to strength with Scott's. 1. Scott Toictilo, JJnt. A of (ricads %vere enter- (alsiflil at ilu; linuui nt Mr. ami Mrs. Wihtisel. Sr.'i St. S.t on eveiifns Miss Jessie McC.il> The senior C. (I, I. T. will nwei in he I'nitfed t'httri'h Jiall loir.orrov.' evt- lins at 7 o'clock sharp. Tiit; will be BildrefiseU by Miss SJXWEH. mi will close at s tint any girls wishing gr> lo Wesley niay do to. c- c- NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER MEETINGS v fr District North. Director, llev.. K. J. lloilgius. Sertioii l--Tue3iay, MTJ. Itrietatid. 15 St. X, Section Mrs. JLK-. Bc-dU- mont. 42i St. X. Socllpn Mrs. Mcllylu. 1SOS 4th Ave X. SPt'tion Mrs. Wonvn-kJ 737 JCib Si. N. j District East 1 Dlrcc-tur. llev. C. K. C'rafig. 1 Section Mrs. 11. Taylor. UC9 4th Avc. S. Ht'Cticn Mrs. llotiert Needs (Sr.l, 1214 51U Ave. S. Sci'tioii Mrs. Fife, SMi 14lli 8l. S. District Olrertor. Her. O. Curijs Section Mrs. Irvine, H9Q 7th Ave. H. District South. Director, llev. W. F. Dafoe. Section TupEiJay, Mrs. Curtis, lh S. Central District Director, Cajit. D.enoon. Downing, 211 St. EOLtlll. IB FIGH11 From Rail Juices llSCuurw: ST., ST. "1 ftel I mu-iltctl JX> 'Miio Rr.'it I hiic receivf-J from tYOpilerfui uieiiicJDe, 'I'rsiii-a 1 rcfa a suffer'-' foi in any years Treai t'ioffnt could gft no A friended vised ;u :ii- n-ilves' asid I success; mil now I am !y of Headaclu-s, HiBuLs i-j iplendiii MRS. Al.KXAXDKIi SHAW. u of Ti aii-a- 1 1 v e NEW LOVE SONG Quaint Ballad, Called "It's Never Too Late to Be Sorry." j Several Keached Unme in Karly Cume in Aflt'inuon in Kuturt A ft: has rival i f lovo is i-a l.e'.e to li'-' Sixty." At all dealers or sent Vri co post paid Ly Lunilffl. OUawa- OOULO NOT iti tards and dandnir. 'Amon out-of-town fiuesls was Flyiog Cade) Kraser, of High River. CHUHCHES AND SOCIETIES -3 It has found necessary lo ain change the rtate. of the Major Jack Hoss Chapfer, I. 0. D. M, fo Wednesday afternoon 29 i Made Well and Strong b> Lydia E. Finkliam's Veg- etable Compound. Colombia, WBS very wealf run down and had draggiug-down pains and pains in [j my back, i could not get around to do J my work and hnd to sit' down and rest of tendering theday. I 5BwI.ydfaR Pink- hem's Vegetable Compound adverr tised iti. the papers and" read the teati- I would try it. Now I am healthier than I 1 ever was in'tiiy life, end 'it to aov woman who euITew RS t did." tit Cbuc.cbes Will Take Druuihtlk-i Case To i Higher j Wants Security For 1 Judgment j I Juu. T., Aiyiii-Bliixi i j fur Ior.il u-iion N'u to! tiie railed Mine Waiters of A j ii a anil deitntJ.tUM su KjijipaJ tu supreme: I court of ruirjita was niaJe in 5 hftrs this morning urn! ilie Kraut-) tUo filing of a Ur.id for OLO iiiio court ot money to cou-r the ?anu-.' oi uvo Williams anil who 1 suf-tl the local ami Utilivi.luit them RS members and tlireatc-n- iiiK lo strikci if they were pennitteii to work in Ihe mines' at Wuyne. Thf application Tor tluk stay of i-x- c-tution ma ile this r.iurnuig by Oslluiul. of LfthbriiSfio. TIi'i; niorninK I Scouts in the school of ihu thiirtli. lioy Scums1 will meet the ruoiu. famiifirel _ Girls vclll meet al us amouncflil.j that the tilr.er? meant to fight A union evangelistic. PWU-O nil! bei judgment, cither in another lourt or Ijy held every night this work nt "other mctlioils." lie puintM out that with the exception o! j might be that an el- United evcnmg at [Orl vvouM made to the 7: Hoy Scouts meel ihr At S: Senior Hoys' class .Will KIVF: :i Burns rr.ncert. Tuesday evening at 7 sharp: Senior C. ti. I. T. meets. St. evening. 7.15: Boy At Teacher's Tni'-r Ing. Wednesday Olrl in Pariah room. At Sen officer Allierta. sla'.oil would nul reai-li Mcili Msi'% o'clock Monday i.if. i: was fully fijteftfrt liiai rney j Th? boys are j thin no- J ilu-Jr i i onlii fcutiiv tht hour In lo ihe ijiglit iiifu there ivci'o J. Ki- riiifkl. U. !.2iic- and T. .1. SVall fur M. 1- .McKuight for I'iiu-litr I'rceV, and X, II. Cal- fur T.'liilo a whdle car- '-bud on ICJT other, irjruis fnrihfT ,iji ihe tht1 ot a llonif cnminittee on TupJilay I'viiniug ihe mayor iiopos ttiat A recnv- I'oine of nigin's trouljle will he Ail Come in Afternoon A. lluthatnn, wbu tolurn- I the east the other day. savr fii- Mt'ulnirn, minister of mil ilia while there :ind also Con. MacDon- .lil, O. Military Oistrict No. 15 in Calgary, and obtained a promise that It's Never Too Late To Be Sorry EH r li'i arr-u loo lit lo fc- J a "T T unjltf pjo W t I 41.------- _ tin! HI I HI tail I n L I .-I'J 1.1 C n-! luwday evening to discus llic ,or wiu mee{ (n ttic ciul> rooin. id formation of a :solrtiers' Thursday Choir nrao in tin's from ohtainiiiE their jacnt in sDiae manner tnher than through the courts anil for (his rea- son demanded that adequate security lie provided iiemUng a stay ot execu- tion for ajijieal. AFTERMATH IN COURT Wl.V.N'IPEG, Jan. a rlirert u! riolintf. three Tht various are thp melody )ioth as a one-step ami after the area in Medicine Hat is in operation all Lethbridge sol- diers arrive in the city on tlm afieruoon trnins. This ivUI obviate much of ihf: cause for criticism whiuh has existed up to the present, imce wilt he returned. The O. V. A. Trill hold a anrt ilatice next Friday. whist This cd lie vrlH arrive here on Friday after- noon. The of tltc Great War Veterans arc Terr anxfnus ihat a will be (He Ilrst that lias been held I ceplion should he held, nnd Ihex are gince -the Influenza epidemic, and prepared lo turn out a guard of honor for Hie occasion. lirie.-Gftn. Stewart is Hi plans are lining made to have it a and iiHerestttiB aft'alr. The Hible class (aught hy Niss La- inout will be held on Tuesday ttt 3 o'clock in the cliurch hall ELIZABETH MAY, R.F.D. Ko.l, Columbia, Pa. The reason tvdiaE. Pinkham'sVege- tnhle Compound is sosucceesfalinover- i ills is because itcvm-ri pxecutivc ot the Sir Alexander tnins the pronertlea 1 odit Chanler, 1.' 0. D. B., to call The Art department of the Matbe- sis club fyill jueet at the home ot 'Mrs. Uessey, KHi 7th S., tomor- row afternoon at 3 o'clock, of good old fashioned roots arid horbs, which act on the fcmaJc organism. Women from oil parts of the'country arc continually testifying to itsstrength- airatiyeinfluence, and the letters wb ich are constantly publish! ng from .Tromen in every section of thia country Erove beyond question the merit of thii itnous root and herb medicine. -USE- PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Immediate delivery to any part ftf city. Car load lots' for export. Wire or Good coal makes .warm friends. the attention of the inemlicrs to statute 4, section S, of trie constitu- tion; "All fees shall lie payable in advance and shall apply until Febru- ary 1 of the following year. SliouUl tho enrollment (ake place wtthfn two months prior to February -I, IL shall count for tho following year also. Those failing to pay by February 1 senior ar- tiUery otlker west of Winnipeg, ami people arn very anxious that he should ha signally honored on the occasion of his return. Christian Science: Wednesday." S'.O) p.m.: Regular weieMjj testimony meet- inanded until Tuesday, MctiUUvray iz allcgeil to have eulercd the Oriental Hoti'l anil lo have wilfully soiasliert ireete articles therein. Burns was In the store ol Michael Erl, Thy and southern Alberta soldiers were or thcj OTTAWA. .Jan. 2.'.-ir-The dealing with the uiun who in tilts by "consclftntloii? objection" or deser- tion evaded his duty in country, and stayed from liie hoat of battl.! or the In vail of trenches, is one which will not lightly be considered by the government. Vuicn the armistice declared Aqutanla. and will rrach home this, there were men in tlie vrooiis. il is week some lime: j s-ikl. who Ilial soon they A. Hattcrn. r. A. S.' would he able unmolested to return 1 Hiigbson, A. Pdiil, W. Sllll, J. H. Wall-ho Ihcir peace vocations, tint] tiicre o{ the following year.sliall to dropped u_ E vvilcoz, W. J. Bryan, somo wlio I bought llicy should HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 Fifth Street South from Ihc roil. Xo member Iti defauli of payment ot fees in advance shall lie In those entitled lo upon any question or for any officer i for any chapter or i The Girls' asking for donlribnliona of used clothing that is not too batlly worn, to help complete their balo ivliioh will be shipped shorUy. Will anyone.'who can contri- faiito artEclQB p'ease phono Miss Marrs (1JI7) beforo next Wednesday and Uia articles will be called for. Contribu- tors arc asked..to please 'send the clothing In clean. The Girls' Auxiliary will mett fo- morrow nlghli at 7.'iO In, the ,Y. M. G, A' audftoriuni, A full attendanco 16 rciucatcd. Dr. f.ecch will address Hie members rJ[ Ihe SI. John Brigade T. Dell Oulsidu K. Cowley; K, J. McRae. Macleod; Sevior, Taber; E, Heart, Coleinan; Bisfietl, Foremast; H. Uoaglin. T Island; K. Crawford, Cowlcy. Announcement I WOULD LIKE to advise car owners who arc thinking of'a flew car this spring by having il repainted that it woqld be much fo your advantage to run it into me in my slack Season, when lime is available for an Al job. Don't wait till the spring rush, Houienilier T mummlM to make any car look Ulto new, niul lunger, by niy jirocets. I'HOSE 11? H. W.'SHOIU' 6TH ATI. permitted to do ?.n. There have been 'Incher Creek; K, II. Perkins, a few aiSOj on Behalf of the con- eod. P. Broom, Beaver Mines; stieniious ohjcctnr who preferrol to Cardston; X. C. Esterbrook.; o to riFOn rathcr ttnn to Itglil. r'iso to. Public Opinion la Strong Hut, on the oilier hand, iher- A far stronger Ifodv of public opinion opposed lo per mil tins (lie deserter to biit'k nn'J njjjoy ihe prjvll. for ivliich his braver fellow-citizens bail fougiit. and who bclicvcil that llu- conscientious chjecior should scrvt- out his prison term and rcmnin iti the lift hail clmsen for himself. And FO it IP, The deserter who desires to escape the punishment provided dos-ert- OTTAWA, -Tan. ot the crs slnys in the Imsh. The drisory oonnnlUeo of Canadian niu-'tlous objector is still In Jail, aud HIR Iclnnllllcs will meet in cotf'erenfitj j goTCrnnienl has no tntenltuu ot t-x- teniling immunity to eitltcr. al least for the present, though il would ap- pear Hint the United Stiles lias ex- tended clemency to the taUor class. The question ir.usl wail. Ing the return of .Sir Robert Uordon ;iml lion. r. -I. .minister of Justice, from Kuplanil. Sore .Tdraat QuicMy By Wizard Oil Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a simple ant! effective treatment for sore throat and chest colds Used as a gargle for sore throat it brings cjuick relief, tubbed on Ifie chest it will oflen, loostn up a bard, deep seated cold in one night. How often sprains, bruises, cuts and burns occur iri every family, as well as little troubles like earache, toothache, sores, canker sores, stiff neck, and tireil aching fett Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- ways bring quick relief. Gel it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back Ever constipated or have sick Jieadactie? Just try Wu.ard I.ivcr Whips, plenfatii little pink I' The Sale Soap Ivory Soap does not cause enlarged pores or blackheads as strong soaps often do. Ivory's mildness and purity make it safe for even the tender skin of babies as shown by its use in millions of nurseries. Ivory Soap is free from uncombmed nlkali, unsaponilied oil and all harsh materials which make some soaps harm- ful. Ivory will not irritate your skin no matter how tender it is or how often you balhe. IVORY SOAP wltti the connnittoe on i Wednesday, January '2r.i. Those rep- rcsenllng Ihc council are Jlayors chard, SI. Hyacinlhc, Que.; Church, Toronto; Kislicr, Ottawa; Calgary, and W. secrelary of the Union of Montreal. The Sal- vallou Anny connch will confer as to co operation with repatriation work on Friday. EfilDONTISffi GWES IF GU'S IS IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 533 SEVENTH STREET S. Wedneeday Next, Jan. 29th If Cross, Ftverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bowels. A lasative today saves a sick child (ouiorrow. Children simply will not] uke the time from play to empty their1 wnlch linoorne clogged with waste, liver get? slucjisli, stoni-' Jxjok al the tongue, Mother! If coat- ctt. or your child is listless, fnvcrish, breath liaO. restless, doesn't ral heartily, full of oold or lias soro _________ tliroat or any otticr chllilren'R ailment. a ten spoon tul of "California VANCOtrVKft, Jan. 21.- sperkil i Hyrnp of Piss." tlien don't worry, lift- OTTAWA, Jan. tinlet open- cAlilc from Sydney, lo ir-ansp It is perfertlv hormlesR, and In Ing Ifl planned for parliament. Al-i Yancnuver World says: jn (en- hnwta nil (his pols- thouKh arrangenienl.s arc wow com-! "A scheme jirojnifnd bv I're )011- 'bllo nnd frnnenting wnslc pletcrl U Is cipccicit I hoy will follow jmlcr Watts ct Auplralifi'for the scntly movp out ot the Ijowels, the pracltco of previous war As tlon of u HrUi.li Kmpirc war ilehtc s'ou hflve a ueif- parliament reverts this year lo tho commission is shortly to be strinnll- A 'borough "inside cleansing" loTd practice of opening on Thnrstlay, i ted the governments of Ownl i'3 13 :t the procpcdinBa win probably consist Hrilaiii, ranarla and ollior parts of tli-> Riven of connttTfrH fi'i; syrup-. merely of formal reading of the empire The j speech from Ihc tbronc. ivilli ftdjonrn-'so f.ir tn outilticii nppenrs (n he thai :r.ciit over Iho week-end for rtebale, Calgary KxhibStion hanqutlted Dr. commonweulthfi ol the nmplre; -I, U. Kiithpirord.nml preaenlcd tilm f hall be an oak table prior lo Ma depart-) L tor the coal. i.ii uuuiiirn in in: Ji-Mgc-lej for Of 'T'll coniinlsjlon shall bo romnosccl otiifmnia ayrup or which" fiill rcproscnteLi'es from Ilio cWfcreir! for o( an commonwaillbs o! Ihe cmplm who inA niainir nnd dlsrliarge Hie war Oehts of the" anil for grown-ups plainly print- ed on the bottle. Look earcfnlly ami see lhal If made by the FJc Svruu COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Favored With Instructions from MRS. E. V. DOOLEY, to sell by Public Auction, as above, the Household" FURNITURE Anil etfpfts IncludingV MAGNIFICENT PLAYER-PIANO (SS nolP) in case by GERHARD KEINTZMAN CO.; sot- in solid mnhogatiy; fimhogany occasional chfiirs; mahOB- nny jnrdinitru stand; bowfronled china caljineL in soliil .oak: BEAUTIFUL UICTROLA (slylo XI. 'coat" mahogany cabinet (OKCllier with 40 records; lealiier lounge, morris cluir; lint top nfflcc rtcsli; sel illnlng clialrs; illntnE lable: osk arm chair; round oak occasional table; set ot hall furnUmo (ncluilLng mirror, (alile ami sellce; REMINGTON No. 11, scarcely used; oak chiffonier; two oak dressers; BRASS BED WITH COIL SPRINGS AND FELT MATTRESS. THREE SEC. T10NAL BOOK CASES IN OAK, two with 4 sections each one with three sections, toil and hage; office chair; bedroom carpot; drop Icai [alile; 3 vacuum sweepers; "fceberg" refrigerator; "CRITERION" 6-HOt-E RANGE, fitlM for gns or coal; gas coil heater: declric Iron; RoCnrt; chessmen; sharing mirror; brcail rohcr. flatir bln'nnd numerous smaller articles ami ettecta also tlic following bootos: 1'nlvcrsal Anthology volumes; Complex works of Mark Twain; complete works ot It Stevenson; Utdpath's History of the World; llualntsa Man's Library; Harper's Novelties; Nolson'a Pnrr.etinl Cyclopaedia (loose loaf syslew) in oak cabinet, published at p.nd oliicr volumes. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE AT 10.30 IS RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED. TEBMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES ;