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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SAM'IIIUWV, JUNK 21, 1U1S PAW. MI LADI Pheno 1224 nimnn ..rfftfijl. i i'[ IE-3 lu PERSONAV. O 4 4 o Mr, And Mrs, Frank llcttey re'.urn. 1 today atier spending A week In i.mff anj Calgary. Mr.i. Jolm 1'obortson. BroritvLllo, )nl, ca roulu from Sail iJiko Cily, a week wlUi litr son. A. j. Iluljcrlsoii. in Ilio rlty ynd is Itav- toJsy lo' continue lier journey e.vsi. Licul. J. A. Ilosevarn, of Le'tli- faridgc, arrived in Ha.i'ax on Ulli on the Olympic auJ alter a short vlall la Toronto will return Lo llils city. f J'lss L. Barrden la syending- Ine at Lakes, tho guest ol Mr. Dnd Mrs. E. Aluswortti, Mrs. A, G. HoberlGoii and son. Alan, have been spending the wJnior In Santa .Monica, Calif., arc leaving there the flrsl ol tbo week and will ar- rive here about the first of the month. Mrs. TJ. J. Simons and children returned hotno after spend ing the past month with her parents in t'armansay. .Mrs. W. M. Uaud'er re turning her daughter lo spend n Tew weeks. p Mr. Sydal. Jr., of ihe Canadian Hank of Commence, Drumheller, led by his wi.'n and baby girl, born June 2nd, are visiting their parents. lira. A. M. Fisher left yesterday Cor Y-'lDnfpCfT to attend the wedding of her slBlcr, Miss Kas'o DicX, whoso marriage lo the llev. Hoy Montgomery lakes place In St. John's Cathedral. June Mr. A! DJtier, ivbo has teen OSEO- tiated wild the P. Uurns Company (or Ilic last seven years in Calgaiy'nnd l.elhbrldge, has left for Enohanc, where his family ivlll Join him Jaler. Mr. Illchard Srn'.tti, J.P., and Mr. William H. S. Smtth.-J.P., Lancas- ter, England, two the proprietors af gmtth's Farm, near Coaldale, arc on a visit at the fumi. ll i ILo scf.yon'B work in wisli Uielr Mr. O. Cl.ira Allou. en ILOMC uns ;i v'silor in-ttit city v.'iili Miss Hazel Kclih. A nuMibtr ur people o1 I'IP icily ruptured 10 Many Glaciers. 01J U'ii-r J'ark, to-l'.iy. under tlo L-.'i.'psrtm- cf MTJ. and .4iuunK IH1 lha MUiuto llnze'l, licr.sio FuV.Ivan, Juno Li .Marjou .A.M-rla Dtifrcr iiinl L.- Lounff. Gunii. er, .Fair and Mr..Ferguson, Calgary. Ueul. Norris Stnlz, of Ibe RSlh !n- fnnlry, A.K.F., relurutrt to this itiurufng. He was met in by his rnt2ior, ivlio wJtli him. Miss Helen l.clhTiridgo and Mrs. Sutton arc It.iving on Saturday for Lothbrldgo antl llicy will lake up vocational tnluine. The King anj Queen intend spend- ing sonic UHs ni Iiiil- iiLioral, and will ('je of Conim'Jght as a KIJC.SI. Tills, will'be Die visit jtaM to by Thc-lr MaH'il'ca alncy ll'l'J. [jtlr n-ann Oie bcaiilintl of Ih3 JJuko o[ r.uUai-i-V found 'irno In tho midst Her liibors In 1'ngland on behaU" or Ihe wounileil to :n lovo. The soldier Is CajiLiln Dun CL-OP'T. of lli'c- GronnOler Tlioir ihas recciUly been I V V -L' v O O v v v O GOCIAL EVENTS v v o v v v Thn Kollics are ovnr, aril JudE- iiii; from tlni irnvr.l i lli-i must liavc ln'tii vory sraii- 1'yinjj io tlie tDLHi'itiees of Hie air i and Oirli' t'liajittr, Tl.o warm b'jr.i ihmctrs 56 Iho "li-.-.tcr 'JupuaOfC Gard'm" tlic dour- 1ml Hit1, us couhl b-j I an 1 .nl! cnioycil lo lUe utniOit. yet ULO I'fowcJs arc1 not an- v.jnaccJ. liui oa 'full narllcu- instead Hanqucl EITorl Will He Made To Fix Up Club Huildlng Supreme f'ourt !t5 sHlinas on Friday, Mr. Justice IYL-S let; fur Calgary. A domestic quarrel between two brothers, in ilie case vs SjanTcoy, was dei'idej in favor ct tho [iliiirtirf. This was a mailer of thft rJgJilful lease ol hqlt a sei-Uon of Ian nc-ar Yulcan. Th3. [ibintift claim- ed lhal he bad the rlpbt of ihe leaEO. part ot tne property of his late father. by verbal asiiK'iineiit to him by the With the Quality sealed in the Can In YI l.anoj 2 Ib. tins-in ground. or fine ground fcr porcolit-jtj. Privule llcrt Harris, of returned. 1'rirate Harris oal'slod with Ihe ]21h C.M.R.'s cnii over- with lhal rcsinjeni. lie was sev- years In Kriir.ce. He is a .son o; (Sir. Charles Uic I-LcUiliridge harnster, auil before en- Jisllns lie was on his father's ranch a few miles troiu Maelcod Xews. Thos. n. Vatson jnan at the werlfllns on ijncaday, tbc having appeared In error !n D former issue. The annuil picnic ol the Ci.risllan Ilible t-elmol loofc jilacc cl the river bottom on Krfday from nbout u lo a.Sfl. Althniifh the we.illier was Jiol a very en- I enjoyable lime was spent by a large number o[ tlis liiblt; Bchool workers and parents, children and young peo- ple. All were young end each iried to make n good lime lor the others. A prcyriTu ot races, ranR- Ing from runnirig to a "hop It through." nnd last, Imt nol a Indies' .walking A verj sump- 'tncrus Eunjier was llie main feature o[ ibc occasion. Ice crecm at the last a very coolinE effect. A number of antes, also Mr. J. Oiven's autd truck, very Bniticd by liimselt IraiiEport'ilion just tun. Every Ibudy grateful for all usSibUnce. o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v 'The members ot llie ATI Nocdlc- wofK Club arc holdinfj a ri'cnic at the lionie ot -Mrs. Uvingstone on Monday aCtcruoon, .Mrs. D, J. Hay, one of Hit members, who 15 leaving short- ly to make her home hi Calgary, will be Lb.e suo.-.t hoi'cr. The, hus'lj.inJs to came at 6.30 and spcnil the Bveiling. A meet in? of an Informal HL.LUH-- i .was holt] in :he city council chamber deceased. The defeodanl clatmeJ tb; on KriJay afternoon, In whidi there was Mitlilcd lo bold the w-rti prtrcnt, Jn addition lo Iho in lhal it had teen, afco vcrbhl- Mrs J. F. Simi.son and: >X- assigned to him by Ihe exerutrlcts ______ Mn A Ibjr the i of his fatbrr's will, his t.ioiher Civic Ph'j Ills Oft-Jdod in favor <'ftpt9ln McKciixic, President; of llio nlalntlff. II. A. Chadvrlclc of I of H'C O Ur V 1 an; .Mr Cr.lgiry for tho plaintiff, K. Harris Ki3 W-JttmtflUltV 'H J'' ShcVhnrd. The of tho Tor llie defcudant and J. S. Varlcy of Ineclins was to discuss Iho pronosed, j Calgary for lhe bim'uet to the rot'Jrued EOl-lLsvd. During Ihe distUFsion. it that., [u-t-nrdiiis to Mr. Lonewonh, tbe Idea of lhe banijuet rtltl not appeal lu Write for "PerfKt Il'j free. CHASE 6 SANBORM MONTBEAI. tho majority of Iho returned men They tell that if the citizens of Keth- bridge were anxloua to nomethliiR for the solrifers !t should taVo Ibe oC repairs uui alterations lo the elub- house which were very badly needed. cOPEN'HAGKtf, June Unrest Tht auui ol was needed tor in yicnTia. nccordlog lo Ihls nuryosi so that lhe club would lehes from ,he capiui (0. lullil its purpose as somelHiag which preparcdons are being made the returned men would rsMly appiee- J ncw agaln5t late and u-hero they cpald congregato the vernmeitt Communist head- in ihe winter. A circular, wilh regard H js M ha3 been coaverl. to this scheme, had betu tho orffanliQllons In the city to enlist their co-operation. fact of lhe circulars, being gard lo tlie scheme ol ra: lo lhe returned racn. Hungarian communist troops, lhe j ,.c dispatches say, were expected to cross 1 Iho frontier near Noudoer- rnntiH f fel- south of WilnDr-Xcusladl lo March Hi ruiuiu, ____.___._ji i_ A_A..n.. Housekeeper: Can you really enjoy your Sum- mer Meals, when you come lo, tin Inble tlroa, over-heated, oppressed with cooking odors? Can you relish your food with conlcm- plnlion oflolElies to ho washed end house sel tn.ordqr-ai the end ol a hot, encrcy-lnslnB day? And yau, Mr. Huabnnd, doesn't ihe idea of giving ihe Mrs. and the family a vaca- tion, Inlblencc yon -to Eive thorn a real iTcal by bririBlng them here to eat sometimes, where you Know they will enjoy good food, real service nnd' an aypcllzlnu en- vironment T When dining at homo our Home Made Bread, Cakes nnd Pastries enable you lo eliminate a lot cf Rummer cooking and baking.- Yon will Iln'd It to jour advantage the standpoint of enjoymenf, ns well as econ- omy. We hold Iho Enlil modal for excellence In bread baiting, nn-ardcd nt a worltl's exposition In This bread cosls no more ordinary bread. Why not have .117 f' Kirkby's 6M THIRD.AVENUE SOUTH Meyer, York, recently r.abliHliea a precedent by rcrn ling Ibe of the defendant in criminal case- lo lestify In behalf of her husband. Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN 515.00 TO 5P5.00 A WEEK It ynu eannot spancl three years In hospital ol arc- liasl hns- pilnl ape limit, send name address on ppslcard for year book explaining Iho C. S. X. Mntliod of stuily leg trained nursing. Stale age. The Chauiauqua School of Nursing JAMESTOWN, N. Y. HONORS FOH PERSH1NG PARIS, June PcrEhing, comir.anilcr or 'Ac United States ci- pcrtitionarj- force, wtll go to London on Monday and (rom tbDre will pro' cead (o Oxford, Tvhere, on Tuesday, he Is to receive Ironi OiTord Uni- versity llje degree doctor ol civil law. He rsturn to France on Wednesday. William Bames VCRS arrested in Newcastle on a charge of forgery, but later escaped while in charge of Chief Jarrls. Arranging For Passage By Par- liament of. Important Legislation Juno The war otricc announce.i that be tu-ocn the ot lhe arniislicc anr] June 16, officers anil men slainobilizi-d or'AisclIirgcd as medically until tor service.' The are now streaming away rale of .-.veekiy nnd if peace-is signer! ihjs cumlicr will gradually in- crease. It-tliQH will lie, posaillle to re- duce almost immediately- the Hhiile array from 10 ail divisions anil v.ben iliorc is bvid-'nce ins carried out aririr can .lie .Veducei slill June (neuter's dis- patch) The joint committee n[ the nallo'nal inUustrial conference, bavins d with. the minister ot labor nimnlhc'drait outline's of the bills (o tic presented to parliament for estab- lishment of roinimurn and maximum 4Shoar week, will now ifj-ooeEfl to, set up the national Indus- trial council rcroTiraenned by thp con- Terence. The full council will consist of 400 members, representing Ibe em- ployers' organizations and tbs trades IS "LEAGUE OF 'DBUSSBLS, Jane President Wilson, in ?.n cildress todnv belore thn chamber o[ deputies, declared that tiie I league of nalioas "a3 Hip ehilti .'cf 1 this grelt is a "lesgtl6 of and thai "ED Plentiful st'alearaan, who let his thoughts-run into Inc.fut- ure, eonlA wish for-'a raorncnt to t.'cn IhoEC bondG." Ho'added "lliat any which declines to-adhere to jllhis covenant (ioHberatcls: turns away jS'.froiii tlio most Idling 2ppe2l that ha? j evnr lipcin made i) Its manhood." j to Us coU5cicnce and TA'ilsnn wld he bad il'in Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How lo Treat unions respectively. Each side will de- termine its own raelhvid of election anil allocalion of representatives. Tho greatest Batisfaclion Is expressed industrial circles over Iho agreement; it is felt Iliat it will inevitably.lead to t-io formai.ipn of u recognized centre for Iho settlement of all trades. dis-' putps..., It is'liopefl inal when Ilio bills re- ceive- the sanction ol parliament, rl" will be alrcajy in eslalence Medical .inlhnrlUca state that near ly of tho cases of trouble, indlseslioa, sourness, burn ing, Eas, blcatins, nnusea, etc., are d.ue to an' excess of hydrochloric acid In Ihe stomach and not as some be- lieve lo a lack of digestive ]ulces Tho delicate stomach lining ii Irri tatEd, dlgoslion is dclared and food sours, causing Ite Uisagreeonle symp- toms which every stomach sulferci so Artificial are not needed in such cases and may do real harm Trr Oaylns aside all digestive aid and instead get from any druggist n few ounces o[ Biaurnled Magneaii tho nnd lake a teaspoonful in a quarte ,U55 of. righl after'" euliof I mind to propose ,1nnl ralso ready to undertake Ihe tr.iii.m Ihi3 reform. II .via- early last February lhat the povernmcnt arranged Ihe national In- conference to consider ami rcrMl on the causes and remedies of 1Isbor uprrsL The Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses for tn-i- tcrriity anrl nil merllcal anil surfilcnl (excontv conlac- lous diseases) and charges ac- cordingly to Iho circumstances o! Ihe patient. Baby Clinic Mothers arc Invited to their babies lo .Mission on ony Wednesday oftcrncon when Inslructiona rcsanllnB feeling antl general caro of Iha baby- will be given by Iho nurses, llcconls kept of your lalir's weight lo sro lhal ho Is gain- ing. Phone 1831 428 13th St. S. Unitod Str.tes nilnlstrr at Drussols to tho rank of an embassy. LIFT OFF CORNS: U DOESN'T HURT. NEW CREAM PRICES On and alter June 18th we will pay the follow- ing for cream: No. 1 swtet.............. 60c per butter, fat No. 2 SOc per butter fat No. 1 sour............... 44c per butter fat No. 2 sour............... 40c pdr, butter fat CRYSTAL Phone 1576.' i Get rid of every corn anJ callus (or few cents Knos Church, Gall, celebrated rihlulh annlrersary. I This sweetens the stomach, prevent the formation of excess ocld ani there 13 no sourness, gas or pair EisuraleQ Magnesia (in powder o tablet liquid or milk) harmless li; Ihe stomach, inoxjVenslv Lo laKc and .Is the moat cfHcien form oE. magnesia Tor stomach pur poses. It is used by Iicople Tvh3 enjoy ihclr mcala wilb n more fear of Prop n lllllc Frcczonft on an ncliln corn Infitnntly Jhal corn Ing, Ihen yon lift II right It doesn't pain one. bit...Yes, ronglc! Why Vo.ur ilragsist aells'n (Iny boltlo ot i'Vcczeone for 6, law to rlil Jour, feet .of every hcnl r.orf., soft Mrn. Or''C6rn Ilio Iocs, nml callusca, wltli- mil soreness or Im'i-ilini'i. .Frcczerino I 1st Ih'i rnucli lalkei! ol cihcr lii.'cov- cry of a Ciutihntu: Strong baking powder is needed V. ___ GOVERNMENT flours arc coarser and heavier than the flours you have been using for years, and they require a strong, reliable leavening agent. Egg-O 13 n pure, strong, acting baking powder. I Its first action occurs in the I mixing bowl when cold water or milk is atldcd. Allowing the "dough to stand for IS or 20 min- utes will give better results, and when you put your baking In the oven Egg-O will continue to and you will have no trouble getting light bakings, EGG 0 You can use sour milk, sweet milk, buttermilk or water with different and better baking powder. Egg-0 Baking Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada THE HOUSE OF COMFORT" BANFF RATES OH For further particulars L. C. ORR, Manaicr. AMERICAN PLAN. Sat "The Home of Real Bargains" PILLOW COTTON 100 yards ot medium circular pillow cotton. Wonderful value at the regular price. 60c. Saturday Special BATH TOWELS Sott, white LaLh lovrels In good quality poll, heavy finish artf. good big Regular fl.OO value. Saturday Nfslit HpecJal, yC pair I DC COTTON HOSE Ladies' full fashioned .coltoa ho.ic. In .white.anil pair in black in smaller sizes. These are made by the famous HoleprooC Hosiery Company. Hegalar lac lo SGc value. Saturday Special -CORSETS A Taluc Bonder la corset values are these first class corsets. Made In good fitting style wilh suspenders attached and very best quality of coutfl. Good range'of Values up to o or fl.OO and Saturday Special SUMMER UNDERWEAR Ladies' Summer Vests, all styles and values that are-far above lue average- Some are slightly soiled, others are odd lines. Values up to 51.00. Saturday Nighl' Sneci hers are odd lines. CfJ ial............... DUC MULL 45-inch Whlla or Pink Moll In Eood quality, suitable for nisht robes and lingerie of nil sorts. Dainty fine sheer material, cicellenl flntsu and good wearing'quality. Regular S5c value.- 7A- 'Saturday Night I UC Rylands Co. by "A Large'Piano in a Small Case Yon will choosf. tliia iiislmmrnl, it you judge n pinnu you rnml prefer 5011 consider llolUr- yoi t" value. The Apaftment Upright nl 111 Hilt. Tho rfw.lofmrbl ot inch n tone' would led bul to ptojoca It In 10 cue, a Dliliiully li tilin'o for "Ihe Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th St. S. Phone 1S4S ;