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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNK 21, VIIK LKllimilOliK DAILY PAGE N1NB i 1 1 1 v P H a :8 O ____ 4 s -I- PERSONAL c> COUNCIL (o too Regba Leader nna ilra. Fred l.umbarJ. ur Ilur- i Kcs'na, June -0, following hethbridse delegates Alia., imnuuncc llie iMiKaiU'mi.'Dl To Itie iha National Council of Wouiou Iliclr Bister. Myna Hostcii. lo t Ttic Uventy-fiflli annual mefliiiK boon billeted In KogJna: Mrs. lIlucbluB'. ot MuriMI. Xallunal C'cmm-il o! U'aiutll ey. Iho guest of Mrs. K." Hull, will ufco place July eeSiion al iliL- Sa-ikatthcwan cap ilyjo street; Mrs. Hamilton, the IteE'iiii. certainly tind Miss UawdoD, the guest hundred delogaieh iircseni, roi A. K. Guriuan, 223S Toronto SOCIAL EVENTS from all parts ut t'uuada fro 1 to Vani'OUViT. and up to dut incrnlng from .V.edlclua Hal, -wtere tocguc.i litid under rcslrui iiiel .Mis. V ray and two little few friers ot Mrs. A. N. only (he mild in iJic lian- ters on their way from the east. 51h AYS. S.. surprised licr Mrs. Sauford, the preslJItis oKSce and Mrs. aro guests at Ly calling upon her bas not yet been a null or u House at homo ot her mother. Mrs. whilo coniudy ai Mr. And Mrs. Packard are n sandwich the num prosa J. D. IllEinlJoUianj aod city the first of nest wei-k tsrs arc fipcuUlnj; a couple 01 vivuica ii Victoria, B.C.. before rciurnlng liooio to, this city. MlEF Donna Murrnv. wlio lias Mil-tiding McDonald College, Gucluli. is returning' from Iho cast, via the (Jient Uilf'ia'and will reach home their homo In Oregon, the ladles gaUiarcd In tiila vruy to present to Mre. Packard n sjlver card cnso'as a taken of friendship and e'slcc-ui won during her resjdencc In ihls city. The BfLoroooiL wus spent In plwisant su-clal way and dainty rufreilimenta vraro 'was a monicul vh Mrs. OoTdon rose lo ;i fiu( lion of privilcKu. asking ptnniss lo 6n a matter of -national 1 Iforlaiice. '-Vlili a liurnlng cloquen ihni swayed the wliole assembly e rcforrcJ to the aciion. of the sens daring to UcTeai tho will of Iho prop duv morning. j Tho of. Miss, Agnes Irving Mr. P.' Hi" Toll and Bergl. F'nreu were not nicnllonod am out' anJ Mrs. J. Dtnigal, 01C 12th Si. A. N.. were surprised last evening by si number of Tricnila who gathered to speed ih'e evening ua bttk lo the struggle i the Magca in the days K'ng John. ahnll we do w Ihe "Da away with of some twEiiiy-slx I, clbbrldgo visitors lihom. Gamts and dancing were tlio unEwcr. to Mnny Glaciers last Lint] a dalni'y luncli was resolution Lro-jgrsl in by M u. pleasant evening 10 of prcsldcni Mr. and -Mrs. James Home Winnipeg Iv.C.W., and gecond rhllrfren, Tanllnc- Sleablcy. tbc Mlssea Mr. John Adult Illble class of Ihe Mrs. L. A. HamiUoii, was pas by u. standing vote, mi nn.i Mr. '.Mrs.'ChrEalGDSBn church, with Mr. C. S. rlslue to support Ihe prot family irere hienibere of a motor ptrt> to LakeB over ihe teacher, epenl :i very jileasant cve-iitnR at tba home o[ Mr. ami ilrs. resolution, whlcli ts being to Premier IJorilcn lo on Sih Avc. reads as follows: iiart of the evening N'at tonal Council of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Knrrttw. of up with Scripture reading animal meeting assembled desi filh Avc. A, arc rejoicing discussion on ihe ,unlon of all cijircss its utKjualitlcd Indlg the arrival c-r n. people, Hiid after a Eliort at iho action of ihe senate meeting a dainty lunch the v.-Ill o[ Uio people Mrp. G., Dili followed liy a prolonged as czpresscd by e ec haa recelred word ihal her and games. representatives in ihe house ol "S-wtlj-" McDonald, of iho Cist Itat lerr. left Montreal for tho west the otiicicul Lcaclier and the live wire, Mr. A. N. Kesslor, as "Not lor llic [irst lirae is Ihe in Li class 13 bo'jnd lo grow showing Its contempt lor MY IS 10 BE 'i! U. N. M. P- Ordered Women and Children to Leave Burning Camp (From Our Own MICHKL. June 22.--Forosl fin: Serfft. A. Home, ol llic Engineers, son-of Mr. and Mrs. -Wm. ITorne. of Xnl Aye. ,N.. .has. been awarded Iho Sergt. Home cn- from In 1915, and nllor long nod dlstinRuishcrt service tiveric-u Is expected in Die, buy within the next few days.-1- _ ilra.. Halpn SmUli. M.L.A.. or Van- couTer, 13 chfttrtnsii or. tbo comm'.tlen on .natural vesouccca. By her quick humor, sweet reasonable- ness, fondness-for-'pcojilo ami prirto In Canada, this olliclal legislator has won, iho admiration and .affection of all who nra fllleritling the sessions ot bo it power ID the community for 'god. There was a jjood attendance. the Intlupnliil, il Icsa offlcbl. Inters, the 'National -Council of men, at llcglna. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 1 ff A This evening :it o'clock Gen Stewart will address tlio Chap- ,cr, I.O.D.E.. and any intending mem- ncrs who wish to'le In ibe YiM.C.A. Audltoniim. 'TlH3 la one ot Ihh1 few opportunities 'lof hear of the culcrieiices of GeQ. Stcwnrt and IxHh ttic icople of Canada. But now. In its decision on prohibition, il has done so In :i way Injurious to Itie hieaesi intcreata of our country. "This council bclitves in govern- tncni of Uie iicople. by the peoide, for Ihe peoplo. and calls upon the premier of Canada to secure prope.- irexe niglns from lloaiuer to Miclie In (he Crow's Neal Saturda alternoitn. The town of Natal wta throatencil wiih destruction, HS thing started lo get decidedly hot, the fir rigLt en the of Lh town. The art! fire ward called out all help possible, lui ver llttla could ue douc owing to the 1 tcnee heal, den so smoke ADd Tlyla emben. A call WES sun tuio Fern for assistance, and par; or tbc Fern fire brigade with cqu'pmeut fid. At 11 "p.m. things looked EO GO lous that ihe n.X.W.M.P. ordered i womeu and childreti out of town. T! f-ars in caso of emergency. Peor flocked from Natal to Michel in ca and rigs and some on foot, carryi what belongings they could graH their haste.- 3lany uuriecl trunks olber valuables. The fire came o-. the mountain in whtrlwindc. and My-1 ing chunks of lire were cast down on, the town, setting Fire to the oppo- site mountain, also one of the dwell- ing places, the Great Northern hotel and garage and Oddfellows' hall, but after hard work liy the men they were saved. Added danger to tbc women anrt children egUlng of. Natal was caused by the coal company's horsea LONDON. Juno of lin- eman novernmeni'a agreement 10 Iho iieacc terms resulted in ollc demonEtrutlonj IbrouRhoul Ger- iny Iho Exchange Telegraph's iLEen correspondent reports. In Ilerlin, Munich ut'ner tarpi- ths dispatch eayj. processions rincd and marched along the prio- yal streets, the participants singing ar aocgi and ciiccring the the old empire. The ofllcora' Aa- octatlon, it la aJdcd, has the Lilcb gorernnienl not to deliver Ihe rruer OUT man emperor lo tbo allies, lie communication of tho ofTu'ers ead: can protect the kaiaer with our Jies. but wo rc-ly on tho generosity f ttia Dutch ceoplo." If you wish to enjoy a cup of really delicious tea try Blue Ribbon All live grocers sell it. OTTAWA. June be-fore the noon acljouruoiciU tliu house of cnni- vent Into committee ou a reso- .111 Ion providing anicndnienLs to the Provision is made in the resolution for ilie tonstliution of a tody lo be known as the hoard of grain appeal, tOQilEliuff of three nicmburs, who will hear appeals from the ihe grain inspectors, ft also provides for ihe sale of a certain percentage of surplus grain in the elevators, ihe proceeds'to tie applied toward the cost of administration of the Canada Grain Acl. bridge boys overseas, and a large at- j of recognition of the mill of Ihe major- Uy of the men and women citizens ol Canada." I might adJ inat many and lelcgrams from federated orjjfinlzn lions In the National Council hnvo been sent 16 the government and sen ale today voicing tho same Become a Nurse OUR CnApUAT.ES EARN TO S25.00-A WEEK K jou'eannol three jeira In hospital orafe pa'l hos- liibl llmli; senJ name nnd addreaa on poBtcart] for .year book, explaining tho C. S. N. Method or Blujy- ios trained nursing. SlaLe age. The Chautauqua School of Nursing N.'Y. U Therefore you are rcciuealcd lo. be on time. i1 The Women's Bible class of Knox church will lie- discontinued until fur- ther nottce. There ivill be a meeting or the Al- crta Festival coiimiiltec at _ S o'clock lonlghl in tlic Wesley church j choir room. j The Women's Bible class will meet t Lho home of. Mra. Westcotto, 3rd Ave. N'., loinprrpw fll 3 o'clock. Kvcry nicnibcr is aslipj to malic a special ertorl to attend." as tin's is the last meeting for ihe summer months. All or the members and Hiosc sirc-us incinhers or Wesley JAWIV Tennis Chih are cordial- ]y -Invited to -dn MCQ cream social to held on llie'Iaivli 'al the parsonage- ONE OF THE I-ETHBRIDGB DELBGATES. New Plenipolenlinries Go To Paris Pledged To .Secure What Was Fought comlns in from pasture, where they have been, during: the strike, running up and down the streets, firc-crdzed. Tho people wish to tlianX all those from Kernle and rendering as alslance and also the lire wardens and for so ably directing the fight. The towns of Natal nnd Michel an sllll In danger K the wind should change, as the fire is still destroying c-.uch valuable Umber. Natal Report (Krom Our Oivn tide nil NATAL. Jnuc for est tires are raging In Iht mountain west of U.C. For a while, on ing'to n sllfl breeze, the (own Itacl was In danger. Owing to the strike there shorlage of men ior figliting ihe fire A blazo whicb sprang near tU liowder house wna soon quenched. Tbe Michel fire engine Is here an even' Is Icing lafccn to preven on Wednesday 7.30. at o I o RECITAL and Waterton L.kei How many would couple the cboTe'-lfleas 1( could pvcr- conio o( tmiis- portlnK'-Lhelr Cnrnp It lhat all. {hat intcrlercs Iry Gobclie's-Pelivcry Service Satisfaction'' Ouaranlccd.'' Careful Driven, LeaVs your orders at 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Phone or 1315 A recital K'vcn or the nnplls or 'Mr. Leo .M. Cooitibs and J.irs. J. II. Kennedy ytatenlR'y nttcrnoon on the lawn ol Mr. Coomb's lioitlo, ISlli'SI. A wag In orory particular' a A largo -RudlOTica cnjnycd tho perform ance of Iho youthful musicians, many of whom arc 'possessors of marhcrl .ihlllty, tlio numbers Bpcclal- Ir worthy ot nicnllon -Diirand's Pixie's evering; the lire from spreading lo the house A special train has arrived, wllh th chief of Lhr Fcrnle and two tiremc and nine thousand feet of hose. Situation Was Bad N'ATAU U.C.. June Tores (ire which starlet] yesterday is no travelling on both sides of Ihc valle towards Michel. Last night the Great Northern hotc Ihe Oddfellows' hall and three CO tngcs took tire. Under the dlrecltr of llic Tcrnic fire chlcl. these Ifr were FOOH under Ittt damaso was dona. Women and children have left Nat for Michel with Ihe most valuable j.Vnlac, by.-.Stella GoldE'.clit; lOowl-ntgliL Sens, by Dessio I. Czcrny.'s Studies In by. Itudolpli Aleiahdcr; Berocusio (Qoddanlj, Km- ma Green; Flying DOTCI. Helen WriftliL Ln rrlnccssa 'vv'aa played In- very fine si vie liy llcrbcrt Ncwlngcr. Dprollicn costume ROIIR was well Find ntso her rendition, "Frolics In ttic Wood." Tho follow- In.i; pupils Helen and SUiIla (loldstctn. Mnttlo Perry, Os- licrnc Gladys Green. Lilly Adnmtf, Itudolph'Ale'itandcr, Tlicodurn Osllunu, Stuart AVrlffltl, Ilorothy Kin- namorc. MahnlUlaiin, Helen Scarle. Klhel'Tlioin, Anna Osr- Clnrn Nellie ITnillcr, nOMK. Juno 'avorablc lo Darou Sonnlno, former riijnlstcr of foretgn affairs, and the Nationalist press arc unfavorable to the new cabinet, it i3 not partlculnrly keen, to uphold Italy's claims, but Tomasso Tittbnl, the now TorelRn minister, who will he the lemliiiR Italian delegate al Paris, lias declared; "A sall.r'tactory for Italy musl be such as will allow her to conclude cquftaMo InsnVo her raw ma- their possessions. tcrials for her Industries, prolect her immigration anil .salc-gunnl her posi- tion in Ihc Adriatic and Mediterran- ean, besides yivtng tier her ultimate colonies." Impartial polilical observers agree Ihat Iho downfall til the Orlando min- istry was dilo to Italy's dlsHpijrovfil of tho handling of the nation's a flairs a I Ihc peace conference. When Slg- nor Orlando returned from the con- ference in April the Itnlinn pirllamcnt signified by a vole the cotijilKy's alli- hidc of Insistence of Italy's rlalm.i, but after aix weeks more with tho con- Icrencc, the ItaHnn flelogalioii com- pletely failed in their last. "The new government nuiPL RO to I'aris wllh firmer resolve (o secure the ends Italy fought said Gabriel d'Aiinunzio. the Dalian poet- avFntor. today. lo It If it should return without [taring accomplished Ms mission. Italian claims on the Ad- Miss Flora Boyko Tells How Cuticura Healed Her Pimples "My face wiA very itchy fit first, ind after that It was covered with that disfigured It badly.- Ths pimples were and red ond ihsjr Eimll, anil they were tercd all over my face and and 1 could not Bleep. bothered me nearly a year before I and Oint- ment and when 1 hadued fivccakes of Cmicnrfl.' Soap and five boxes ol Ointment I waa healed." (Signed) WUs Flora M. Boylto, Gardentoa, Main., LKC. M, 1918, Having obtained a clear healthy by Lhe of Cmicura, keep ]t clear by iulng Soap for alltoita parposej, ueisted by touches of OlnUnent as Da not bi1 to the ezqolflitely CatJ- cnn Talcam la jour toilet tiona. wplendld afler..... ICE CREAM SOCIAL UNDER AUSPICES C.- O. I. T. IN UNITED CHURCH HALL TONIGHT ICE CREAM. TEA, CAKE, PROGRAM EVERYBODY WELCOME TheNnrsing Mission Provides vlalllnp nuises for mi- lernlly and nil crsce (oxccpl conlac- foii.s ami ac- conlltiEly to 'ho clrcunislaticed bf (ho fKiUcnl. Baby Clinic Molhcra. aro fnvllod to hrlng their halileg In Ilic Mlaslon on any Wednesday altorncxin ivhen, InplrutLlons feeding and general care of tho bab; 'will' Dy Ihc nureoi. IlccorilS kepi of your Inby'si wolRhl to lliat ho Is t'.iln- Phane St. fi. Moyd Workman. Doris Sprolio, Alwln Alnxantlor, Orecn, llcsalc rlallf: nuisl lie This la the Artie Dorolhy Kan. Knnna Ore on, KMc llalcnian, Cecil HurRinnn.. Jarvlc MeCsr-J mlcV. rrlzc? lor pr.icUc4 were a warded jig i (Jolt! broocli, Klsto Unloroiui; I jsllvcr ftrrtoclt. Nellie Hunter; musical prleo Goldstein. V A liltln pnrly nnd lea. ro- freshmenls and camly wore aerveil, riklnni of Iho Italian people, vrlilrh lina times by the people ailcl parlinrncnl." Tho InfurlaLtiil In j crocicd callow's In thfe'iitlnciplc Klrcel, vhllhfrr cohilpcloir flfly-sRven profiteers ami. threatened to hniiB them unlGR3 Ihey. they would Sell tlidlr reison.ihln n (ItfijJQlcli ffirni All- (he' alleged pnifllctTa Itmk 'oath. BITRO PHOSPHATE BQR THIN.OELICATE k NERVOUS ANAEMIC A "PEOPLE COBLENX, Jiinc (Associated Foch. the allied commandcr-ln-chlef. heard llto news of the decision reached by the Ger- man, untionnl assembly to sign Ihrt neacc (rcaly while til hcadqiiRrtcrfi in .ho occupied territory. The marshal readied Maycnro on Sundsy and con- 1 reil wllh his generals on the (Inal plans for Ibc inarch Irtlo Ocrmnny. The returned to Kreuscnach lo keep Appointment wllh several news corrrsnondenta will] whom lo was to discuss tho proposed acllvitlod. The marshal got the Weimar re- port from Telephone at 7 p.m Hiindny. liis Impression was In not hnovrn, as lie cancelled MX Ap- pointment wllh Ihc correspondents and did not glre out ft alBtemcnl. CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA. Juno 2-f The following casualty list was Issued Infantry Died: Lieut. C'.' AT Chlsnail, Kng- land, Foriitry Corps Died: C, Mlllel, Alia, DEAJ HS IN CANADA Scrg'. Urown, Van C.P.R Sailings From Montreal, .Inly 7 Mlnnedosa July .Scandlnavlcin July 6. -Grampian July H Jlclnganm July 17.; Coralcan Mclila Tunisian Scollan Scandinavian Mlnnedosa 2 Ummnlan Mclnpama Mcllla Cora lean July 22 July 20 July 30 July 30 Aug. 1 Aug. Aug. Aug. 13. Aug. IS Aufj. 22 23... Aug. 33 Aug. 30 Tunisian Scollan MEnncdoaa Scandinavian LETHBRIOGE TO LIVERPOOL Minimum Rales (Cabin) 2nd class J155.DQ, lax ?5.00. 3rd class lax If Iravclling on Mellta, Mtn- nedosa ur Mctasnma add 55.00 second' and 11.25 3rd class to above rates.- (Passport Application fornu suppltcd.) Call or write for full informs- lion, C. P. R. Ticket Office. JAB. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE Tickets issued on nil oilier Al hi nllc lines. 50 Skirts in lie lot to be sold Wednesday morning, each Xew styles fresh from the makers, in shades ot Copenhagen, rose, [jrcy, taupo brown', green and ilzea 24 lo-30 inch waist; all going at" one prictj Wednesdaj SWELL WHITE SILK MIDDIES AT Jladc from superior Habuti Wasliable Silk. NEWEST WHITE SILK BLOUSES AT A auallly thai washes well and retains ils E03d ippcarancc Get .-Your orning THERE'S GOOD BATHING' AT THE LAKE Wo DaltjlDg Sulti that fit OTOTT men. woraei] nntl children- Children's Skirled Bathing Sulti at 75c, 85c knd 51.00. Ladles' Skirled Balhinn Suils at 51.00, ?1.76 up