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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MILADI Gunner Walter Webb of Lake DAILY 1IK11ALD PAGE NINK X PEKSONAL who lias been vMllOK Mr. Mrs. I'ocq left for hit homo yesterday. He is accompanied by Dudley Cucq who Is spending a few days with Imu. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. j. s. Wallace of the TSth n II llaman wlsheJ them well in Iheir ,vho Ilia been overseas rime Dew home at Saskaloon this alfruran. me. rolurneil lo his home In the city as they left on the. eastbtumJ tralu. raornins. OUR VERSE Dr. ami Mrs. D. A. Taylor are Colsary to alte-ud the Shrlncn ball and gathering being itcld there this ncek. Mrs. li. T. Urymncr and liltle dintli- lore led yesterday to spend tho simi mer months in Ont Mrs. flara G. who has bcr-n the. guest ot her danguter. Mrs. Fred. IlicV for the. past racmtlis. leaves to- day lor her home In Belleville. Out. Mr? Akh Kryc and wee SMI are spending a few dajs at Ihe home of her father Mr, I, P. Honuell before j leaving for their homo at .New Bay. hs Ma'n-clta l.atferly lefl lo spend the holiday in Calgary. It anil smoll son lefl today lo visll relallvcs at Foremost for a few Mr J M Homo ot l.elhbriiige was1 a vis'itor lo Ihe city lusl week, being liore on a business Irip it> ronnecllon with Iho firm ot Campbell. Wilson K Home. Sirs. Horn? and family will shortly move lo Calgary to make Iheir permanent residence Calgary .Mbcrtan, From "fitlllon." (William lilake nSMSSTl ai uiil those led in am-ieiit time Walk Knstand's mountain green? And was the holy limu of Uc-il On England's pleasant pastures seen? And did the Countenance Divine. Shine forth .upon our clouded hills? And tas Jerusalem miilded here Anijti Ihcse dark Satanic mills? I will not cease l.rom menial fight, Nor shall my sivord sleep in my hand. fill >ve have buill Jerusalem In Kngland's sreen and pleasant .laud. Dr. G. W. Leech is spending R lew days In Calgary. Mr and Mrs.'A. L'rmrd of Mount cr.an. Roval had as their guest for the week- -ellj Miss Muriel Chalmer of Edmon- Irs Hush Boya has relurncd to her.' n who has i.elhbridge at- .u- visil in (ho musical Alberian. home in the city after 'a Winnipeg for 70 Yean Thru ils use GrindmctHcr'a youthful appearance ntd until youlh h t but merriory, :Tht pttrly tpprarance it nndctl Itives the joy of uilh 3 for 80CIAL EVENTS -V. most-encouraging meeting of Ihe w' M S ol the UnilC'1 church was f Friday May 30lh. Invitations been sent to all the ladies of the DARREIJ.S At Knot manse yesterday moiiinj. June 2nd, the mnrriiige of Miss Anna Darrells of Seven I'frsotts to Mr. James Klnibrough of Manyherries was solemnized; Ibe Itev. A. II. Benoon officiating. MOnnlSON-ASHCROPT On Tuesday aflernoon at Knox maiii-e, Ihe Hev. A. united in the holy hontls of matrimony. Al berta WASHINGTON, Juno rrtt-nt of justice police throughout the country today were hunting the orjanlieil bind ut anar- chists who test IrmcheO what they called au attempt to nvrrthrow thu fcovernwefil6 by assassinating with Ijomhs government and promi. men opposed to the spread ot lawlessness The police have r-itaVj'.Mnil lhal Ihe dead anarchisl. who probably was an lullau. came to Washington from I'hlUdelphU. and they hate reason or believing that the nationwide plot was conceived in anil Uircctcil from hat city. Hope, was heUl on; lo'lay jy federal agenls thai the ors of the crime might In- apprehend- cd. The identity of Ihe -vlH was killed apparnetly has licen eslab llshcd and the licit steps are to ile terminc who were his an-omvlices. The. outrages commllleri last night were believed to be a sequel to the Day homl) plot, when infernal machines -were mailed u> ji score ot prominent men. The erosions last nlghc were accompanied by tlie scat ifrins of anarchistic literature- wril- Icn. by persons who were not illiter- ate. Anarchists and radicals with anar HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Giilett's Lye has long been regarded as a house- hold necessity because of the fact that it is useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory m every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of Gillett s Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown in booklet 'S LYE EATS DIRT Made in. Canada. i Mabel Ashtroft aiid Chester LOCAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN ENDORSE THE CHANGING OF ACT mendmenls to Marriage Act Propos. Licenses Handled More haH pi-ii sent to all the lauies 01 uu: uunn and notwithstanding the both of Macleod. strenuous festival week, a large num- her responded. Twenty-one new mem- bers united with the society and the president is very hopeful, of realizing Ihe members for 1313. Mrs. Hess exlended a' hearty welcome to the ladies and esplained'tho work of the society. Mrs.' Wcstebll gave a most Instinctive talk on "The True Meaning of the Woman's Missionary Mrs. Lawrio and An- nells favored wilh pleasing solos. riaratv re'fr'eshnienls were served and a plcs'aaul iocjal half hour spent. c, 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES laAinf Aid ot the Christian church arc holding a social at the home of lira. Diinsworth, .611 9lh St south on Friday evening. Fnen.ls or Iho congregation are cordmlly wited and an enjoyable avenlnj is promised The ladles ot St Marys are givini an ice cream'social in the parish hal tonight at 8 p.m. and (here will also h gives a sketch entilled, -Betwet-n th sjun and the Savory." OVER-EATING 11 the root of ncAllr eTlli. [f jourdljeitiont" out of eallsn induie the new aid to belter digeilion. to Lei Ki-moUt bejp ool jour digeitive troublvi. SCOTT I BOWNE MAKEM OF BCOITS EMULSIO chistic ideals were being questioned tuday by agenls of Ihe deparlraenl of jusliic. Kveu those commonly rcTerrcd to as "par- lor anarchists" were belns futerro- 1'almer. Director Allen ot thrt bureau of investigation aud Police Chief I'ullman held a con- ference at noon. Mr. declined lo iliscuss the explosion nor woujd he answer quc-ftlons to n genera. up ot anaR-iiists throughout the coun- 'c School lor Anarchists IH'I-TMiO. June school fol Inclrucllon' in the manufacture anr: use cf botnhs has been discovered ere. the Buffalo police believe. No rretls have been made, but a nuni her of drawings; alleged lo he design of infernal machines, have been seized Watchman Blown to Bits NEW'YORK. June ma wa's killed and several men and wome had a narrow escape from serious in jury- early today when a homh placed at basemen! entrance to the home of Juilee Cliarlts N'ott. o! the general session emirl. eipMded. The front part the N'ott residence was blown out and houses nearby one at 61at-St. were badly damaged. Judge N'olt was not at home, and Mrs. Sou. who was asleep on the stcond floor, was un- injured. William Boehner. a private watchman, was blown to pieces, parts nf his body being found half a block from the scene of the eiplosion. He particles of his clotSins and a rinsf I of keys. For the last ten years lioeli-1 has lic-t-n "tnploved as a n-atrhman for a number of private dwellings in lDe ....ij-libiirluMul of Judge Sotl's home. The limn of the explosion ivas learned when it was discovered that lirce cluck in Ihe liailway had opjitil at lll-iii. LONDON'. June admir- alty airship H-34 will probably start on her irans-Atiantic flight on June 20. The commander will be Major U. II. Scott, A- F. C., and rnaey officers are anilous to sign on as crew in order lo participate in the noteworthy trip. It's all in the taste! Thesecret of the great demand for Blue Ribbon Tea is because it is in harmony with your idea of what a high class tea should be. We know you'll like it. It's all in the taste. A TRUST COMPANY manage renls. varied form nf uaetulneeB, The British Canadian Trust Go. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE. 315 FIFTH STREET (.ETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA PHONE Carefully. In spite of the rael lhal much time as been given up by the executive f the Itegina V- C. W. lo making renaralions lor the national ccmven on. it was evident at (.his week's feeling that the commitlees have cen busy' also in following up the uesliena" assigned to them. Fewer ommltlees than usual reported not laving held k meeting. The commillee on laws for women nd children had'been working on he subject ot how to secure more just aws iti the province in connection vith the guardianship of children. ..A copy of the B. .C. legislation which more to the committee's liking ihan the Saskatchewan act, had been lo all Ihe' I.. C. W. branches in the province, and to W. G. G. A. The same committee 13 desirous too, ot having the marriage law- for Ihe province amended. The following changes were proposed by the com miltee. endorsed by the .am referred to Ihe forly presidents ".-to taking mi with their own societies: (a) That.no-one under sixteen b allowed to marry. (hi That the consent ot both pa enls be reciuired whore lite age is be- tween 16 and IS. That from IS till they are o ago. the consent of either father or I mother be required, unless Ihe. youth I is sclf-supriorting. (il) That a clean hill of health be demanded, with special reference to tubercular, cancerous or venereal dis- eases, or feoblc-mindedness. That all marriago licenses be obtained from" municipal or provincial parliament building. (Ucforenco wfts made to the fact thai no motor li- cense could lie obtained except from (ho provincial parliament building rind Ihat a marriage. license should surely he considered as of as much Lender. A uric-wolf, C feel loiig. 33 Inches high and weighing 165 pounds was caught in a Imp in Missouri. MEOANTIC HELD UP BY CHICKEN POX Wednesday Being A Half-Holiday Selling Hours Underwear THE STANDARD ol EXCELLERCE Propltnf varitil occup-itioni and. in different climal" rcntlirc (lifiercnt- I'cninans (Jnitcnvc.ir is made in wrious wcijhls and fabrics (o tuit nil these conditions. I'-acli fits perfectly is il.wdc to wear well, Ptaminr, Utolted Pail QUBDKC. June, 3. The While Star Dominion liner Me- ganllc. was due to reach hero at I o'clock will! 1.500 troops and passengers on board, has been held at Grosse Ifllc, duo to an outbreak of clilckeniios on bonrd. _The. ves- sel reached the quaranllne sla- lion al last night and It Is not known yet. when she will be. permitted lo continun her course lo this itorl. BITRO PHOSPHATE OR THIN. DELI GATE NERVOUS. PEOPLE LADIES' SUMMER VESTS In short aiid no sleeve; regular Me; LADIES'WASH SILK WAISTS' In four different styles, all white o roBiiinr J3.73 and '13.35; Special.. O.tO PRETTY VOILE WAISTS Embroidered fronls In Iho round and high neck; regular 54.00- QQ Special tottf" DAINTY TEA APRONS Made of fine trimmed wilh em- broidery and lace 29c Hcgular -lac; Special.............. BUNGALOW APRONS In light and dark prints; sizes 36 QQ lo 46; regular Special A SPLENDID SNAP IN CORSETS lloyal Worcester and sizes from 20 to 36; regular tfr In supporters; Special..... Grocery Department Dairy Butter pcrlb. PHONE 313 The Firm for Service. Dry Goods Department PURE WHITE COTTON Two holts only. 38 inches wide; tree from filling; Just pure cambric; regular prJcc. 30c yard; Wednesday. Half QO- Day, 4 yards tor TOWELS1 TOWELS! TOWELS! Jusl to hand another small shipment ol Iravllers' samples and odd lots of Towels. These arc great money savers nnil while Ihoy last will be sold on Wednesday no Half Uay'al per bundle REMNANTS PRICE On' Wednesday Morning sliall Uirow on the counters a large ?.ss6rtmcnl of Hera, nanls of Silk Dress Goods and Staples. All marked down lo the lowest possible, figure. PRINTED RUNNERS SCARVES Hemstitched wilh choice designs ot wiv icrln and laburnum.- 15x18 inches; regular value 7Sc. each; Wednesday 4Q- Halt Day, each................... EMBROIDERED LINEN SQUARES In lovely designs with inlaid me- dallion ot nel. very olfeclivc; t price. 11.85; Wednesday morning., REAL IRISH LINEN SUITING in toTOly shades ot new rose, stone blue, reseda, apple green, chnnipaBne, white; W inches wide; Steal bargain 1 at per yard..................... Cool and Inexpensive Rag Rugs You have ofton remarked, probably, how different and bare.the. liouse looks with- out rugs on Iho floor, anil thesa arc so in- expensive and serviceable, no-honlo should be. without (hem. We have only a few, and while Ihey last we are offering 6x9 ft. Rag Rugs at.... and And 9x12 ft' Grass Rugs at In order lo secure one of either of the above Rugs you wilt need to call early. -SECOND'FLOOR Wednesday Morning Specials 23 ONLY MEN'S BALBRIGGAN DRAWERS v Kr.eo length, color natural; sizes 31 to 42; regular i5c; lo -71r Wcd'nesrlay 45 ONLY BOYS' BALBRIGGAN DRAWERS Also a lew shirts; sizes 20 lo 30; 1 Q negitlar 45c; to clear ;