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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta flllv LKTHniUlKiE DMLY HEUAUJ PAGENINB MILADI 1224 'r t PERSONAL C" ff t Hii Honor l.ieut.-fjov. Urclljs IMlawa-at present. Mrs. Jas. Mcl'aig and family are Boiiig lo Scba lleach for llie summer jud leave as soon aa school Ldmonlou liullctln. Mr and A. A. Southard and llielr daughter. Mies Kathleen. leaving today for where Ihey will siiciid Ike week. -Calgary Her .Miss Margaret Trouper, ot Macleod. v.Uo lias been a week-end visitor with Miss JIcEachren, ot Ulli Ave.. has re- tained lo lier home. Scrgt. Kd Davlob. of the 7Sth Hal- tiry. returned from overseas yester- day.' Mrs l> J. ilay spent Ine week-end with Mrs." Jblm'Taylor at .her coun- Iry Uonie, south of the c'.ly. Tpr. Walmough. son of Mr. anil Mrs Chas. Watmougli, ot West Letli- brldEC, returned from'Siberia yester- day tnorulQR. Mrs F, A. Uatewny. Mon- lana, la vlilthjg-Slrs, J. C. Harris for a few days. i I' 'i'.cssoa Urazil (intl 'Madariq' Pessoa, wno' were .re- ceived wiHi honors at Iho Vatican, Koine recently, were ciitertaineu by the King anil Queen of Italy during their tour. SOCIAL EVENTS The congregation ot Ha sleji which drew so many from ihe card tallies onto dam-Ing floor, llerc everyone even tlie heal while the musir touiulei) anil even those who ua-1 a'.iucsl forgotten how seemed to recover grace lu glide with the crowd. In llie corners little rest Toe congregar.un wi naiillevilU. uie crown, m utt- icimria gathered al liieir church last Thurs-1 roollis were nrtlsilcallv arranged day cveiiing to bid farewell lis the nursc4. Kcconib Xejil of jour Inby'a viclslit lo that ho is gain- 428 fth' St. S. screenings, to say nothing of pretty Japanese maidens, in the slylcs of Jaiian. whom one would htirrtiy recog- :nlzc as- Letlibridgc yoiing ladies in disguise, llio Misses McKllIon, Dunn. Johnslone. Itoxie Arnistrong. Bessie Little. -Janol Murray, Dorothy Bent- ley, Ilia McOambley, Nora Mcl.eod and Jlildrca Nimraons. Mrs. Hender- son, Mrs. KirWiam. Mrs. X T. Me- Lcod.- Mrs. Miiynard, Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. .Morris arranged Ihe refresh- ments serv'cil.Hhe whole garden uciog .under the caro'of Mrs. Davidson. From tho lea lalilea and ttits little corner of .lapa" tho crowd gathered at the to receive refresh- ing drinks [roiirpfeUy barmaids, such as the Misses llcrillcy, Kawdun, chanan, Ilagell, O'lfasan, Donald or Mrs. Dicnlng and Mrs. Eworl, who w'cro called in lo assist in Iho msh. JTlien the .'-'bar" was; so (irclty i flagrf. greens and smiles liiat many i did wanl a ii innsi "riavi; been ,lhe appcalinn strains of Ihe iox trot, walls anil one- Saturday afternoon were the direct, 1 nevllable outcome ot the spirit of contempt for the regularly constituted -inlliorillcs which has bacn preached and practiced for tho past five weeks In llils'cily. The rcsponsibilily for Ihe. affray liclongs to the people-who will complain mosl about Ihoso who have been by bolh oiien and secrc mcthdils calling the authorities ot the governments'which nrc cliarscd with the execution of the laws of this coun- Irv. The alrikc committee may dis- claim, wilh all sincerity, the demon- stration? nt disobedience to city auth- orities'which nreclnltnloil riot; hut Ihis only shows, as nearly al- ways happens' in cases like this, that i bv their precept and example they have unloosed forces whiclf llicy can not control will no dou'jl to criliclsms a rlenty of the authorities and tho police. If they had not done this or they had done that, if they had shown more firmness here or more .forbear- ance there, things would have been different; Ihis is Hie kind ot talk tlmt ITHE POLICE FORCE 'OF THE BODY DAY and straggle is o-oing'-on in your body ;bc- nvecn the germs of disease and the white blood cor- ppscles-the police force ot tHe human body. 1 SHORT NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE On the kemises, 408 I2th Street South TOMORROW, TUES., JUNE 24 COMMENCING AT 2.30 P.M.. FAVORED WITHVlN8TRUOTIpN8 -FROM WILL SELL. BY PUBLIC AUCTION A OF USEFUL ".'v'l f HnciinBi-c.l of solid Oak lea tli" 'sea id; Hound MonsWn to J BED cbmplclf wltVlloX. Spring 'find 'heavy KKL-T White Enamel llncd-'flBFIUOBRATOIU ami Vp ng; eitrn wMVfSiWpUM .yyllS nngs; Nearly New Htmlsome SOUD OAK HR wllli inrco 3 Burner New rerfeclloo Slove wilh oven; .Z-Hcro-cn; Roofs; 6. Screen WindowB: I'BNrAauijAll i! Kitchen Ulcn- sl'ls, tlshes, etc. CASH-SALE Sf ARTS 'At S.30 SHARP-PHONES 770 4C1 WAOOINOTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE will abound. This is idle tnlk al this stage, even though there may be a measure of reason In Fome of Hie criticisms. The disturbance of Satur- day was not made by the authorities and all the consequences of it arc chargeable' to those v.-ho defied tho law. When a mob assembles In the face of a formal prohibition by the authorities, when il refuse's to dis- perse when commanded lo do so in the name of Ihe law, when il protects or encourages Individuals to assault wilh missies of tho llicso things, occur, llicy' linve IP he dealt wilh slernly or established order dissolves into anarchy. If an Individ- ual in Ihe mob Is clubbed ,or wounded, or krtlcil. he has himself to thank. And if, us was Hits case with sonic 'ot the casualties on Saturday, Is merely un Idle onlooker, he' Is .entitled to no sympathy. The people have been giv- en ample warning to keen away from unlawful assemblies. "II is sincerely lo be hoped that Saturday's In view of the numbers eigaged In It hail sur- prisingly slight lie Ihe last of the kind. That depends upon .llic'individuals who have been for some .weeks obsessed by Iho that the laws were not for I hern and thai they can do as llioy ple-aso. Tf llicy are still .ol ibis mind and fil their, actions lo it. there, will be more nnd j.robably still' more serious trouble. The hour lias come 1C Ihe degree of IhoroiiRliiless that tho clrcnmslnnce.i coll for. tlmt Iho only parties who have the rlcht lo give or- dors are those nlnccd in poiiUpns of If tjlis police force weakens, disease germs gain a foot- hoUi-.sicUness. follows. Cufmipation is ihe'iriost common and danecrous way of Corrupting ihe human police force. 1 ood wasle remains loo lone in the m- -and opens the wiy for attack by the eerms (hat csuse tnberculosis, diphtheria, rneumonu and i mu.- lirude of other ills. -The culpable habii of usinE salts, mineral castor oil, rcic to lorce the bowels lo move, this condition even worst, as constipation returns almost im- mediately. Nujol is fnlircly diScrcnt from drop, as it ciocs not force or irntite the bowels. Niijol prevents stasnuion by solt- eniriB ihe food waste and cncoitr- ajmtr the inicslina! muscles, lo act naturally, ilms rcmminK the cause ol consiirat'011. '-111' Nlijol Kelps Nature establish easy, thoroueh bowel evacualion at rcj- nbr intervals-trie licaltliicst lubit in the world. Gel bonlc of Niijol from yom druceist toiby anil keep your police force on the job.. Hand Bags, Purses and Vanity Boxes Just a little newer than ever. Made of Silk and Leather in black, navy, brown, taupe and victory red. These are NEW YORK'S LATEST IDEAS Nothing like them shown in the city. A big variety of styles that are stylish and useful as well. Prices are Poplin Skirts they speak for themselves S8.50 and S12.0Q Boys' Blouses new Block ot Boya" Wash Blouses in dark and llehl color, in or fancy 3triuc-S. Good ranEe of.the wanled sizes. Well made and and each White Skirts A neot, well n.aue Wash Skirt in whlto middy cloih. Made with wide, beH and two patch pockets, trimmed wilh, pearl buttons; good range ot sizes, at Tub Skirts 4-75 HQME J0UR1NAL PMERNS RYLANDS CO. NEMO CORSETS. Warning: Nuiol Tndt Mwk. All druRghli. In- ,irt on Nujol. Von miy fiom Constipation as Ctoctn'orl? The Bread that is Thorough Bred Bread What would you have given last summer i for a loaf or even a slice of delicious, who e- i' some, whole wheat bread, such as we offer you now? You never knew Kow good real bread was until you had to compromise or, war bread. You'll never know how.good bread can be "until you try Kirkby's Home- Made Bread Try this bread the well browned, ciisp, crackly crust and tasty, appetizing body. Then you'll know bread and take chedit to yourself tha. here is another sacrifice you made during war times. Kirby's 606 Third Avenue South ;