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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAUClt 15.191U LhlliliUHAir. iJAIl.t Hr.llAl.U PACK FirrKEN MILADI Christians Blamed Tor to Di'rlan- In- dependence IN IRELAND Soon as you !'fl the latcb, little onfj Boon as you're ncatli llio Ihatth.'kiuil- ly looks are greeting vau: Scarcely liavo you time to 'ji? holding out Hie fist lo Down by Die fireside you're slttlcs In midst of them. was very much enjoyed by.all by the nwther, Mrs. prcaenl, whic-h dcllcloua refreali- tthiluey. OSAKA. Jayan, .Man.: l uienfo were Ibe continue. In ue ;T sisied by -Mrs. ikKerrow. Muiic1 -Mr. and Mrs. II- X. Itet-ktr havelKoroa and are ;ii a most pleasant evening, aftor returned from u visit to eash-ni vitie.s Jon bath -sides, which the gutsu departed, wishing including St. Paul and reive.l here. Dependents ol workman I'ar- licipatiug To Henefils Only Under t'crlain Conditions Mr. and Mrs. years of [liiuson. Miss1 llansou Corvle. .IOCIAL EVENTt On Friday at 11.30'a.m. Miss Ben- niugton, of Hee; school, who Is leaving Oar Edmonton, was beguiled into the room lu lieur 1 wo-pj rt and Unities VII. mid VIM elusion cf she was asjied lo rise to hear'two addresses, Irotii Jho class ana thy oilier from Mr. and Mrs. llrrmdovi1, and to receive a in ken oi cocaUticg of a nice have been affected by health ami happiness In their cosy Dr. T. Fox has received Some ot the home. Among the guests were Mr. sail news of the death of Ms Lave encouraged or en :i i and Mrs. Swart, .Mr. and A. J. W. Kox, whkJi look place al USB! rials. The teadlns Mr. and Snowdea. Mr. home al SchalSer, Iowa, jhawever. and Mrs. McKerrjw, Mr. aud Uin! tbe missbnark--; Miss Me-! 1'r. W. E. Galhraith accompanied declaring tliat i I GaJbrdith, who left last wet-'k for.jhai trouble was ilic cosftt-where they will spend Christians 4 ,cral wteks' holidays. I HONOLULU, l jean activity in behalf uf Her. and Mrs. Know and family will nee ot Hint country v. leave U laky up 5u j Tin LEtlans. according t.j L Kngtand on Easter Monday, April, -l.ji.o jho Nlppu Jijl. Rev. Stimv will give up t-hargo ol newspaper here-. Tho Hcv. rather Career, of Calgary, will ?t where lifr tuu been mat situation in K he a visitor b the city tomorrow. fOr i0jllc tim0i j )d Aiding and thai r n lite recent uprisiEo i, I dlu Because of the parity and high quality of the ingredients ofMagic Baking Powder, ifs leav- ening qualifies per- f and it is therefore I economical. ___ MADE IN CANADA -kl the PEHSCNAL Ti'.e n_- by t A A adds Manh the committee of the whole. Friday amend- j cd H-rritji of the Workman's Com- AL-L FO that the act shall uot aiiply to non-residents of the Hriiish Knip'ro are dcpi'iulents 'after OUL- year after th? arrival of the j in Canada; a further clause nrovi'Jo thai in tlio of residents j oi the Kmpirc, but not of aJa. yea: Miss Matson, who lias been absent: Corporaj A. CambboJI. another urresiod by Hie oui Hie ly on a visit lo Calgary, ro- overseas cf Mrs. Harry J oral eisnya yesterday. j Francis, !s vlPlllne witli his sifter. v'111. Al ttie ccn- t Corp cninpiell went overseas J. li. Ixtw have thfi andi hav- lurucd Irom r. short visit to coastal clock and golden case. Alil'.cugli slit a nc-at reply. The Fleet wood regret very much the loss of ua eiperioncoit and faithful a ti-acher. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Suaosoti de- lightfully entertained a few friends last evening at ihelr spacious new ling, huj escaped a scraich. Mrs. O. 11, Edgcli'left at the begin- ning of the week tir a tivo-months1 visit al her home in Washington. Ur, IJ. W, Lynn, who 1ms been con- fjneil ;o liis home through illness, is to attend to hia duilc.5. Mr. and K. Uuclma and (ain- have rt'turacd Mrs. Henry Calvin, who has spending the winter in the south, Iho guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Annqiuoe Aparlnieiils, en route to her home in Lctlibridgc. Kiiinonton Rullclin, bungalow. CS I5ih St. S. Progressive Cailfcrnia. They were accompanlrd v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 'Mother's Tender Flowers" Walch the tongue of your young! Children droop and if you permit constipation poison to be absorbed into their delicate systems. Hurry! Give Cascucts to clean the little doggcd-up liver and bowels. ChiUrcn love harmless Cascarcts because Catcarcts ustc like 10 cents a box! British Army of Occupation Must Deal With Unrest in Westphalia who ate dependents after two I , followins arrival of the f workman in Canada, tlie act shall not ajiltly. lu plain Knglisli this n.c-an: that j t remain in the old country for more) than two years after the arrival of the ivnrkman in Canada shall not lie 11 milled to benefits under ihe act; in] i rase denotiilenla American.; Italian or any other class of foreign workmen come to Canuda. the ..leijeiiJeiita if they remain in ths for-j eigri country for more a year after the workman's arrival ID Ihis country cannot collect benefits under the act. The argument centred diletly about (tie time Hcc-Gssary for a workman to earn sulficient money "to Lring his family to Canada. Col. Nelson Spen- cer ol .Medicine Hat thought that MAGIC BAKING POWDER plenty of leeway for foreigners. W. The Art Xeedltwork Club nt ihe home of Mrs. Simpson en Mon- day a.'ternaon at 3 o'clock. siieciul perm on will oe given in St. Patrick's on Hun day evening. Itev. Father Carnw, of St. Anne's'church, of Calgary, will lo thu preachiT. a The Jack Hoss Chanter are March unrest prevails in the whole in diistrial region and it probably wIlljA. Rue, (eovernmeut) Peace River. I be necessary enlarge ilie Hriilsli, agreed with Mr. Spencer, but Alex. 'bridge'ieaJ in that says a Ross, Centre Calgary, put dispatch to tho Mail, Jrom its a strong objection and the clause pendent with the British army. -was finally made to as above. I As enacted last year, the measure Tiic German province of Westphalia' specifically cxc-cyts all employees ot is one oi the most important imlus-j the following railways Canadian Fac- ers, boiler-makera, etc. Premier Stewart said that the gov- eminent had promised .that none of year ought to suffice in the case of j the railway men would be brought nn- workmen and six months the act until they desired to comc- This would bring in tlie shop work- f SUICIDE VERDICT ON CANADIAN SOLDIER [giving a St. Palrkk'K tea at ine homcj 2I of Mrs. Hicks, St. S., Monday, v; trial districts in Europe. Et has Canadian Northern, Grand Trunk of (he richest coal fields in the world i Tacitic, Edmonton, Dimvegaa and Brit- and the IndQalry is developed on Columbia, Central Canada ant] scale. The British bridgehead' Alberta and Great Waterways. March 17th. The and Current Events eection ot llie Malhesis.Glub wiii meet Tuesd sy a f tc-t iioo ui o o'clock a t the home of Mrs. A. M. Fisher, 1517 Gth Are. S. east oT the Rhine is semi-circular in j share, centring about Cologne, (lie radius of the circles being IS miles. It does not reach the line between tbo fllhinc province present. anfl Westphalia at ftTicn child's longue turns white, breath feverish, stomach sour, snothcrs can always depend upon sale old gcnily, yet thor- oughly clean the liitlc liver and bowels. Gascarets ate just dandy for children. They taste like candytand no cliilJ need be coaxed tg tafce them even cross, bilious and sick. Kach 10 cent box coat aim direc- tions and dose for children aged one year old crxl upwards. NORDHEIMER GRAND Tiic following letter has been re- ceived tho Eccrtlary of the Girls' Auxiliary regarding the'bale of cloth- ing sent recently: Jear 'Madam: liavt pleasure in aekttowledg- ng receipt cf one box of clotliingj which reached it; in Very gcod con- litton. Kindly accept our bearlfeU thanks on behalf of the stricken Helgian peo- ple for such a magnificent gift. Yours very tVulv, L. B. SWAXX, Assistant to Hon. Sec. Treas- f. ST. PATRICK'S DAY On Monday the 17th of- Ireland comos round once more. Though'.of late years one has come to connect, the name ot Ireland with (hat of the j Sinn i Fein, It must be rtmembereL'j that there is ctiil a largo part of Iro-' land that is still the same old happy, i-lucfcy hospitable place. St. Patrick was the apostle of Ire 1nml, though it must lie confessed tliat 'ie was n Scotchman boni, Sieving firtl seen the light ol day al Kltpuliick, Rcctland, 373. Snce.iih .wss his ori- ginal name and at tlto age of Jfi he was carried off by pirates anil sold lo nn Ukler chieftain, whose flocks lie tendL-d '.or six yeat-a. At of bat time IIP mkdo -his escape lo he became a nionk, nnrl Ivett for some time at monasteries -here. He had nevfcr forgotten Ireland, Iiow-, ever, and upon being ordained a bislfr-i op he returned lo Ireland where he' was most active In conversion and all1 goorf worfcs there, bt'Ing much beloved by all Ihe people, who flocked from far and, near to see and; hear him. Many 'miracles aro ascribed to him, particularly th6 extirpation of venn- croatiiR'3 Including Hie snake. lie Counted 360 churchoa In Ireland, ptizcil by iLis own linnd morn than persons and ordained a great number of priests who after Ma death carried on the work, Hts naruo has erer slnco been revered by the people and he was made the Patron saint of tho island. In his' preaching, jn' order lo illus- trate the doctrine Of Ihe selected a trefoil plant, or a three- parttti leaf; hence the shamrock was made .the national emblew of lite Km- raid Isle, NEWS NOTES. Albert Welch, a farmer living pulton, cocnoiitted try hanging himself; (nt-n In rc-tcrhbro 'want lliHry: funerals ihcre held on Sot- days and Sumlnys, when possibl in future. Al Trades and Corttidl It-.'wBS tiTianlinoiiKly deciilo'l In slrongly ndvocile a six-hour a week, or. K 20lieur Wm. II Conislcck, one cf Hie lo i-l ng huaincEs men nnd oldesl (f Urockvlllr, is, aBeil e'gliiy REV. CHAS. HAMILTON DIES and the amendment was laid on .he table until Ihe classes [outside of :hose named can be consulted. Rev. Lome 3IcTavish, oE Medicine Hat, Alia., has accepted a call to Me- Dougall Methodist churcli at Edmon ;on to succeed Rev. A. S. Tuttle. who las been appointed principal of Al- berta college, south. -March As-J ociateti verdict of sulcida while of an unsound mind hag rendered in Ihe'case of Ernest nor, son of Sir Thoraas Skinner, ill-j. rector of tho Canadian Pacific Rail- way, who was killed by train, at t Spectators said that y Skinner deliberately Jumped the train. He had been depressed be- i cause he had not secured an appoint- -t ment. This was done because the big rail- way union organizations are opposed to coming under the terms of Ihe act, to obtain their compensa- tion by common law. Mr. Ross argued that there was large class of employees of railways outairte of the big organizations who should have the benefits oi ine act, and offered an amendment bringing all rail- OTTAWA'. March employees of the roads named Hamilton, former arrhbishop of Ot- above under its ternis with the cx- tawa and metropolitan of the cedes-] ceptioii of iastical province 'of Ontario, died men or engineers, railway conductors, yesterday at -ha Jolla. Calif., at Hie: trainmen or telegraphers or steam of So. C. K. Hamilton, K. C., Xel-i shovel or (irertgemon or any person sou, B. C., is' a EDO. I employed on the maintenance of way. BLUEWBBON TEA waste your time and money in trying to find some- thing "just as good" as BLUE RIBfiON TEA Health Efficiency at Cost of 20 Less SOUXU. tiDtural (colti or Icolh ninlc 'soiind by our well known, hlgli gratis American Denial ilethmla arc a guarantee of vigorous health 100% cfficiehtj 'This month wo have decided lo continue on; special oEfcr of off our reR- lilftr fixed moderiite charges, JJuch a saving la well worth your while so wliy hesitate? Per- t hnps you dread a denial opern- lion, tUen pul all your fcarj aside. Dentistry We Practise It U a Gentle Art SATURDAY SPECIALS is always something good in Saturday night's special at It's the store of values and service. Come-with the crowd tonight and see for yourself. ;.EMBROIDERY EDGINGS SCO Yards of ftao edgings In assorted widthl ind sorltcl patterns. An odd lot bought at a sacrifice price. A xood targaln-right'when you require the goods, 20c andj 2So C _ values. Saturday night special, per, jarrt 13C BARNSLEY CRASH 200 Yards ol Barnsley crssa towelling with red border. This tow. clllng la 18 inches wide, and would bo good value at 30c. a yard Saturday night special, per yard MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 25 Only Mea's dress shirt. These are odd shirts. are soiled, but the valiica arc far above even the regular prices. SUei H. atid ntghl Drs. Brauer, Richards Nelson ffijh Grade American Dentistry PHONE 353 Ott Btk., 4 from Lethbridge Hotel, LETH8RIOOE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. OFFfCt-3 CRfSTALL BLOCK. .LADIES'VESTS 5 Doz. only of ladies' lieavy vests, made with round neck nnrt short sleeves, fihcrilenl value. Theso are-the last of a big selling Hue. lleeular value. Saturday night special............................................ 65c BATH TOWEL- -v JOO Pair white Turkish bath loweU fn splendid absorbent quality. Good big size and one 0( the best values we Havo offered, Tui u 'uniK lime. Kcgi'ibr to 85c value. Salurtlay'nlRhL special, per pair.........................................' WvC CURTAIN MUSLIN 300 Tards of while curtain muslin In alrlpo pattern, both edged, finished, suitable for bedroom, bathroom and kitchen win- dows. Reg. 30C yard. Sat. night special per yard fcVC PILLOW CASES :150 Pillow cases all for uw. finished with dcen liem and ;-ii well made from gooJ quality of while cotton, medium AA size. lies. -I5c value. Sat. night special, 3 (or........ AND SEE THE NEW SPRING GARMENTS i1 AND DRESS FABRICS. RYLANDS ta ;