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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ;PAGE TEN HERALD THURSDAY, -JIJNE 21, 1020 XVomen's Institute Interested in: physical Development ff cf Youth. (From Our June Fw.ltfll le-sue 'he EC-; sway 10 :i goctl start Jast Saturday. llilkuSt Blairmoro and folcrraij v.- ISoU'.'viw. boys from fellcvno Ml railicr confident of victory, durir-s tbe week they ha'] the It. M. team cl But surprises were in store for (horn. Crf.Mnsii l'ia soico rial players this season. Mair, lie centre forward, as good as auv-mj Canada. He fresh from Scotland, t afid cvidoatly has played a lc: of football. His ability vc-ry Marked., I'al'.oa and on Tviug ii a strong i-omSiMdra. let tiiere is no need to icdiviJuaHio for every man is lii.% p'acc. The game was veH nHhough tbo score was onesided. Culoiiun v.ou Mi1, ana Mrs. John Baird a lid Jair.ilv lett C'olC'Dian for ttie coa.-t, v.-bore '.boy TviH' reside1. Mr.'.-Baud ivab an f'd- tlmer in tho district" aiid fenowii throughout thn whola wiFh them good lucfc and success in their new home. The members or Ihe Women's tute are making themselves useful al- ready. At-present they are seeking to procure ;i ball.for gycinasiic-pur- puses. An Instructor hril b'cbS discov- ered in the jicrscm of Mr. vho has conic to '.vork ior tho Inter- j It is the intention of the In-1 stjtiue to begin dasses for development as soon as a place is procured. help so needy and laudable -in oijjcct! On Saturday evening Noble of Daystand. visit' cd Coleiuiin in tha interesu of tin -T3ie was held .in ihe pithlh: school ami o.nito a number of ladios WMVS pn-seiit. Miss Notle V gave a most Interesting talk anil en- rconr.ifcd ilto TailEes t-j KC> forward and L continue r.nd extend their interest iu l'rlhe conimunily. >trs._McIvor of Hey. accompanied Miss Noble and spoke a few words. Tho latest owner of a rer is i Mr. I Tlobert Evans. AVatoh Eon develon into fs-rcal drircr! i John Ij.unitti a fa-, tal; accident on Sunday afieVnooni WEfie returning from the late his car svrerved road ar.d landed in a ditch the car to turn somersault. fortunately was seriously hurt.-although John Doe is nuking a lascerated side. Last Sunday a real Sabbath Colctumn. All the. soft-drink places were closed and the tco cream was eaten in the parlors. The ci'.i- IS A RHODES MAN Tvlarcus D. X' wno Uni- versity Collese SfJiulhrsliIy winner (or the jrearlSU. lie has bom- pletert his ihtrd year in classics''aid will go to HalHol, Oifoni, to "reid for greats." ztjus en jo veil and ccmmeiited oa tho Tho Institutional Sunday scbool pJc- nie jiq to be held on tho first of July. Stitular ijiotnlgg.'.tlie children of the Siwiday school ure putting 6a service. It is entitled "The of a New Bra." The program has a beautiful frontis- piece and contains some very appro- priate recitations anil scripture read- ing. It ,is bojjed there will be a good 'uttomlfliice c-f the- antl meit- jers DTI occasion. Women 1 Made Young Bright dear stin .and 'a body full of youth and health may youra if you will keep your system inorder by regularly taking COLD MEDAL {Cot'tinuGtl frYum Front Page.) I Chans ycrln ifeis niorntng the I Sinn Hold Reins t ci'Lit-fr, public liur.ines and I I technical svliwls uf-c-ii clojed to a ilia-iati'li lo ;lio Times Is> utid boards pi guard- J SJnu Koiii, Juvv rfft' to work anJ fcavt- a j attitude: tlu1 Ux-al govtru- meat board vihuh hitiiiTtj has super- vised thtf coMfelioii utid dtetribu'.U'ii 'Bies levied an-j by bodies, At the firj-i lueetiut; of pruyottj were woilfJ for llu- success of (he Irish republic. Chairman Clancy, y Sinn Foln mem- ber of the of said tho work pf tho couuril would uhu at plasria.? (Irc.t! Britain yf Irviand. ttliat the i-hsMrcti t-? stotild I he allowtrii ti> comiH-ic tVr ;-cuucit's Aisother nii'-ii- iicr wlillo the couni-it ihi'y did uot object 10 guerilla wariare agatml the enemy. MayrlrKite Civil War i LOXUONY new j pulicy of dealing with Irish iiou was luilay the for Ireland, tlio house of coui.iions taut ornment hail received an offer oi tln-j cerrlces ot 3.UUO oiucors ami myn from f the Men's tjou and1 added that tho curefutly j TLe rnjjlisU" Liberal j had published rnuiors that a was under consideration 'and IKIVC ex-j pressed ihe view tUr.t irreaily) Inflame Irish animosity. Thy soldiers! employed in Ireland ihus, far I'nvcj been from Ihe stiJo of Ihe channel. aiid i! way 'com men ted [hat tlie soldiers CrC'ia OUH Irish faction plight a.iteji ttr.vard civil war, an atUck, v.-bile Uuioaista are enter- iiij tiie tuwn and tiro being collected for a'srim defense of the Sev- eral ipiapanics'of soldiers are on their way herclrom'neirast, biit'are making part nf thevtrip on foot, it being feared thu trains carrying them vioutd bs wrecked by lawless elements, iscaie troops arrived here yesterday and H British destroyer !s lying in Though roylp, north of the city. Extremists Are the Fighters __ (Ccntiuiitcl J-'roiu -KYont 1 been iu the bouse lust night 1 would l litivo this ypinlon. it elenrly undersiood that-I Jim-slat- ing here, only my persona! .j The men engaged hi the actual tho matter." i Eighties-arc-tho exlrcnitsta oM lie yea- ...Corrfdor- Gossip tonrting'factions an'd probably number Camitlian only a few hundred. They absolutely j of lie done before closes- has been Ihc principal battle ground during tho last 24 liours. Sinn Fein- ers have concentrated near St. Cblumb- kill's College, iibbut'three-quartera of a mile out on this street, while the Unionists have taken up positions near the center oi the town and have erect- supporters Is that a bonus oi orj be asfcad for this session and that the indemnity, be-raised "l6 next it is argued that many public men throughout Cannda. inaialy. aldermen, have raised their avrU ed sandbag breastworks In Barrack stipends without protest at subse- strcet. It rruVreportod lhat >the bodies of several IhV duty's wer lying could- not lie died ttie "heavy fire" intained by the quent1 elections. OnUhD otlier hand, the premier's plea cf lils antl'J'dbbs.''.' la At ell dmggistaj 50c, a box. readied mai Londonderry is Jacing starvation If ihe lighting continues, [t is iuipos- sible lc deliver supplies and j po one to venture 'put 'oT'iloors'; in the toctiou oi thn town.! that-nothing to at least for the The Persian has -i lieltJ a conference 'wltbl Gregory .'J Krassin, the Bolshevist Rail Strike Spreads to tbc i Irifib 'office" today say that I ho' ITJEJI i Oint- m'wit Tor Eczeina wifl ftltlu.- Irrit.t- tions. It- rellem at onto heals tiift Sainjiro "I Wonder Would It Help 'JPHIS question has been ,0_ .answered by. many thous- .inds of women who have found health and happiness in the use of Dr. Chafe's Food. Steepltssneis, Irritability, sJoomy of future, depression and di'con; arc some of ttic E-; torns which iell of jjc j' Ip ordor to ovoid nervous {ire or eohic form of paralyse Xcl} -'to get Iho. building-, up Established fit once by Xe-rva No trains :ire leaving jcrlclc, to tho reports. A declined to operate bis i train ivhcu police .boarded at- Athcucy, j t the traiu on the This blockade, the one ;it Jordan, isulatos n largo .sccfioit of Southwest Ireland. Mail Train .Hefd Up i CORK. .Juiit 24.--A .niaili j train from Dublin v.W held I up cit Uianidj- last night: It in of two fruanl.s wliri Jiart rlifi cf two limn for j trains carrying :poli.-e. Wheri tlie train reached jlHanr-jr sinlton a band oi.moii .soizocl'! tlifust tiitni' into an i auto which The iniin -v.n? i then re-- j, JtuniL'd to Cork" hy'r-hol-ifl' train, I Sinn Ftin Had Arms j j l.OXCXJNDEJtRY, June jium-] rtmnritr] tlib J loiUtary anrt 'plenty cf am-j mttiiftion. Tlity "A'tro hciii-icil over lo t i the pollcp. Among thrive arrostrti >vas j fti hut he wa? relpaswl. i ThO'doslroyrr whfch arrived in the j OUT OUR 1 GROGERY BUSINESS 1 4 Your Grocery at OUR GROCERY STOCK IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE CITY PRICES WILL BE CUT TO THE LAST CENT Our grocery is the best equipped store in Alberta; All I hardwood fixtures made by The Walker'Biri Store Fixture Co. Shelving, counters, show cases, show tables, large Eureka refrigerator, cash register, meat slicer, cheese cut- ter, electric coffee mill, counter scales, platform scale. Bowser 01! tank, horse, harness, delivery As'asdn, thing for sale. .'r N I T UiRiEU aind; Q C GROCERY DEPL OPEN SATURDAY MORNING PROF. JAMTr, BALLAHTVNE i BlcclC'I MoJorut'ir of ilie irtu Hiricral njcoting cit O'.- hit lliat saves the day. THR COCA-COLA COMPANY I Play makes your children healthy makes them is the thai makes childhood happy. You can help your boy and girl .SATURDAY" NEXT' For cooking, no can ?qual i j r tht ihef's delight Mrs. Arthur Likes Pacific Mrs'. Arthur live; in- 'a little town oft beutea p.ith of tiKvel. Their mills Is jaken in on a pack horse. Sho says tupjllea nre carefully considered, be- cause tliov csnuo! B" -o .far. for food supplies of d-ju'jttul value.; have irlcil several klnde of c.innfd aj last, do- oided MI Haeitic- u's the- host ali' ceased VerluieutiUiV FACTORY AT LAftONER, B. C. Steamship For full infoi-uiulioii re'iaib hiss aud mie's on C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR AND-ALL OTHER LINES Apply x THE ROSS1TER AGENCIES Hlginbotham Block, Phono 141Z iriforriiatioh YOUR jTO "EUROPE' QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL July S. Aug. 4, ;.'..Victorian July 14, Alls. Hi Bmp. France July 28, Aug. Pfetl Wm "July Montreal To 2..Scotlan O.-Mlancdosa ....Liverpool 7.. Prijtorian ......Glasgow 'j.O.'.Tujiigian: .....LiTerpdoi .Liverpool "'CANADIAN PACIFIC .OCEAN SERVICES" CUNARD fv' ANCHOR sflin ch or :0 oha I d son PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL Cnrmila ..Juno 25 K.A. Vic. .July 17 I Cnronla, ..July'U K.A. Vic. .Aug. 14 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Maurotanla'July.l .Impcratar .July ia .Aciiiilamn July SI '.Maiiretauia. Aug. .1 Iropcrator Aug. J2 Aqullania .Aug. 2S NEW via Moville Columbia July 3 Columbia ..July.vlt Columbia .Aug. M Columbia .Sept.'-o', Cnssamlra July a Salurnla ..Julyl? tassanrtra Aug. 7. Saturnia ..An? 2t For ttitl information apjlr (o any it. II. or S. S. Asciita, or Company's SCOTT BLOCK, I" 270 Main St.. Winnipeg. Co o Sailings TO LIVERPOOL July 3 fSninedoja July 5 Victorian o'f.Frarics' the Rotary Club, assisted by other organizations pill ask for funds to get play ground equip- ment for Henderson Park and Adams Park July Melll'SV- July 28 ..Princs 4............... Aug. 7 Aug. >1 .....Empress ofTrangi Aug. 14...........V MeUgarrttV Aug. 21 Au0. 23 .....Prince Ftf-tl.'Vfnfi Aug. Scpl. 1 Viotoriari.'.' Sept. 8 Smpres? of FMiiet.' Sept. 11............. Sepf. .15 ___Empress of GLASGOW .'Sicilian'; l.j, Sept'. 15 Call or for 'full C. P. H. Ticket Oiilca, JAB. Depot Ticket Agsnt PHONE SIZ Vlokofs issued on all o'.inr At- lantic linst. ;