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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'A UK MILADI Hurlim hospital Is convalescing from ed (luring ttc evening, Mrs. Swart be- in the musical r.iry numbers: Ijoverhig. Ibjuiiar Kugenc Farrow, Avril Lime, Chrislino Nelsou, Kreljrn Hamilton. Tuelma KiUpa trick. Geoffrey Mfcta Wellington, Mcllveua Margery Sniitli, M-uis Hill, HUicl Waehbrook, Vcrnn Albcrla Wash brook. MM. will (he accompanist ot tvi-miiK and Captain Uenoon will the presen- tation. A great tn-at is in store for those who are to attend. I Some one down tbe city street 1'assoJ unseen, 011 soundless teet, Whu It was I do not know, I saw worn faces glow, And 1 saw aim eyes grow bright With a rapturous delight; Sweeter camo Ibe children's laughter Longer echoed it thereafter Borne one came anil went along Through ihe wide stred'i crowded throng. In the forest far away, Some one crept at close ot day, Folded softly wing on A wind of spring. Wallace Peach. her Illness at the Lelbbridge hotel. Dr. and Mrs, N'. T. Desman have moved from Lheir home lu to Bellevue, where they will reside. i Mrs. J. M> Fife and little daughter have returned from visiting in Winni- peg. Mrs. A. McCrossan and llttte daugh- ter Jean of Calgary, are visiting Mr and Mrs. C. Wlglcy. 1612 7th Ave. ftis Ihe wiuner ol tbe first vrtis, sail .Mrs. Xlveii tbe secoml prize, while the consolation wenl to Mrs. W. Tayr LITERARY CONTJEST v v lor. Uaintv refrcdhmunlj were serv- ed, bringing to a close a must delight- Ol evening. The executive ot the Aris and Let ters i-lub of in ;i si at' -men t to ihe press announce s a dominion wide CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES hid to three classes, n resiftL-lively to tbe general public. v-ar veterans and north, before leaving for a England and Scotland. Mr. Brewer, who has recently arriv- ed In the city from Brandon, has Join- ed the staff of the 1. 11. C. Mr. Car It a of Calgary, formerly with Kvorall and Frank's company, IB a In thu city. Miss Reed of this city telt for Leth- bridge last night, where the will nurse Influenza patients. Calgary Alliertaii. The FJrst Aid and Home Nursing FrleniU of Miss Ash ton will regret to hear that she Is HI with influents. Mr. and Mrs. n. Frache are visiting in Hat (or a few days. Mr. Grlnwald of the Standard Hank staff confined to liis home through HloeM. Mrs- IX Whyte who recently ander trip meei at s o'clock tonight {at the home of Mrs. J. G. Robertson, JOB 7th Avenue south Practical work school pupils. His excellency's j Several friends of Mrs. R. Stevens surprised her at her home, 971 llth street south on Tuesday evening, it being the occasion ot her birthday, and presented her with a cut glass went serious operation la the Van I cream and sugar set. Whist was play- has been de- signated for war vt-t-rails' divis- ion. The scope ol tlie compciitton is will be taken up. j lo emtrace both prose anil jioelry. .....r The governing atid corn- In a big Thrift drive, held under tbe ltst ot will be announced direction of the Kiwanis Club last object of the club is to week, Brandon ot over and promote intellectual 000 worth ot War Savings and Thrift achiCYcnient and Canada's purl in the This meant over 20.000 war J3 cxpcctcd to furnish tho theme Thrift cards. (or many of the manuscripts to be The regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gall Chapter I. O. E. will be held, tomorrow afternoon (Thursday) at 3.30 at Harpers hall. entrance on llth street. All members are especially urged to lio present as the location of the provincial chapter Is to bo voted upon. This location will be controlled by the vote oE the Indiv- idual member. In the gold medal contest tomorrow evening In Wesley Hall, the following youthful taient of tlie city is assisting Kyle worn by wefl- younft men In nil localities boot medium narrow recede toe, low in Mack, tan or patent call Your Safeguard in Buying Shoes "11I7HEN you buy shoes, you take somebody's word for value. W It ,is CONFIDENCE 'which you, in the end, to lay down your hard dollars for shoes. And you are right in buying where you feel the most confidence. This confidence on the part of the buying public is the biggest asset which any dealer, or any manufacturer can hare. The reputable, established dealer has YOUR interettt in mind when he buys his Mock the manu- facturer bears them In mind when he makes it. Your safeguard in buying shoes is to see that your confidence is well placed. Go to a dealer whose judgment you can trust. And see that the manu- facturer's trade mark is on the shoes you select. Thus you may buy with DOUBLE Our booklet How to Buy will be sent, with our to any address in Canada upon request to our head office at Montreal. ;ir Thomas White Will Estimates Probably This Afternoon AMES HOLDEN McCREADY LIMITED to tht Notion" tT.JOKH WlJHHJftO IDMONTON VANCOUVER OTTAWA, March the de bate on the address finally disposed of, rjarlEamcnt will now turn Us at lention lo the general business of the session. Estimates for fhc fisc; year, which .commcncos April 1. w! be tabled immediately by Sir Tboma White, probably this afternoon, ant the civil government volts cover En cost of administering '.he governmen will be put through as quickly as po; store. The expectation is that railway ma1 ters will engage the house at a ver early dale, and tho povcinment's ex planation oE its policy in regard t the Grand Trunfc racllic anil tb Grand Trunk Railways may be hear before tbe close of the present wee! It ifl necessary that tbe bill contir: ing Ihc appointment of Hon. J. D. Reid as receiver ol tbe Grand Trunk Pacific shtiuld receive the sanction of both houses without delay, because this action was the War.; Measures Act and the war may be of- f fatally terminated- shortly by the signing of peace. The'tariff Hurry in tbe house dur- ing 'thfe1 two closing' days of( Iho de- bate on the address has naturally in- creased the interest in the Unionist caucus to be held tomorrow to dis- cuss the tariff Question. It has been semi-officially intimated that it is not the intention of the government to give any assurance al the caucus as Lo what is likely lo be done. The object of the gathering is io obtain a frank expression of the views of sup- porters of the administration. Not until the budgtt -is brought down, some time in April or May, will the government's policy be definitely re- vealed. In view ot tho sharp differences of opinion expressed In tbo house It is frnnkly conceded by Unionist sup- porters that tomorrow's gathering be producive of widely divergent views. Interest in the tariff sllu.v tlon as it affects Ibe ultimate develop- ments ol the session hns been some- what increased'by the declaration of Hon.. Hodolph Lemieux in the cnurse of his speech last night that members of the house would bo given nn op- portunity to vote on Iho matter. His remarks, presumably, had reference to a tariff amendment when Ihc bud- get 53 being considered. With the floor, cleared for general action (hero Is naturally some specu- lation as to the time it -will lake parliament to dispose of business. Tho majority of members think that prorogation can not be expected be- fore July, W. Morlty, Chatham business man, Is dead. Two Went Overseas Back Af tendent's Sons Home EMERGENCY CORKERS NEEDED. will be opened, the'ladies are asked tuni fcut in'full force" tomorrow- for- this necessary work. Wife of FrMeiico Baaiier Blown to Pieces By Bomb The following men of the contingent of llio R. N'. W. JI. P. wlio went''over-! seas returned to yester-' day: Corp- E. Longley and Constable A. Pacty. Pyne and William Pennefather, son3 of Superintendent Pennefather, who went overseas, are now bad: in the city. ef tf r? Red Deer Merchant Will Repre- sent (he Province of Albert ii MY WIFE txr mtdi whtre I gti my lunch. breao, cakes and pattrlea Klrrby't JuM a man. A fellow meala thtre. Their fin> cooking and wide varieties man's appetite. I recommend Kirkby's. OTTAWA, March aims of; the Uelftll Merchants'-Association of Canada were outlined by speakers A t r 'r> alreti in 'rom provinces at the ban- KSTSKSBrt ttmo mentioned Mrs. Drown was else-1 officers resulted in where. Other wilnesEes gave her an BMncld, ot Winnipeg, being re- exemplary character. _ ot the Dominion Alter hearing tho evidence, Masis- mecMn for ,ne iralo Irwm dismissed, the case. mr The oth.w omcers VCT0. Vice-nresMcnts, J. O. Watson, Mon- treal; J. L.. Hulchinson, Sailutoonj J. A. Daniels, St. John; J. A. Oaefz, Red Deer; W. D. Hopgoori, D. A. j Howker, Vancouver; Ireaaurer, H. Walters, Ottawa, add Mcrcary, B. M Trowcrn, Ottawa. A bis excursion o( the. association will lake place next September when all those who attend' will taVe a Irlp to VancotiTer the neil eesBton nl the Dominion board Is lo be held, OAKLAND, Calif, illlDK of Mrs. Otorfe Gneawaof, T.-ifo of a prominent San Francisco banker, presumably a bomb plosion at her home nmalMd uneipiained lodmy. Mrnirte pieces ot Ealvanizefl Iron wlrt, bit of leld and shreds o( o.loUJn taken from Mrs. Ore en wood's tora body wert closely examined by polioa Search was began for the ol Ittter lo Mr. Greenwood, "O. C. of tent early In 1918 and demanding under threat cc deiitb.. I' Tho'Idler was signed In a manner ruilar to a threatening leticr, sant i Gov. Stephens before Iho dynaiitr jg of his' mansion la Sacramento on LJeccmher 17, 19i7. The police have fragmentary evl- cnco to show that the explosire was n a bomb and was set oft when -Mrs. reenwotid opened the dsor- lo step nto the rardea- of her bwie. March 5th Canadian Mounted Hilles, secuml Quebec unit to return home from overseas service, reached Montreal j Inst-nlglit, and-the fact that they j dro'w enormous crowds lo greet notwithstanding the latcneia of t'ie hour, the dnmp cold of the night and the bad olnto of tho streets, was in itself one of tho best tributes that could be paid to the popularity of tha battalion and Ihe rcpiilatl3n which II has won on Iho (Icld. Tho battalion was taken overseas by thy only metn- ui n TCSDUI i.ouwiw ber of parliament who fell on the Man, N.B., was received at the lielfl, Col, HMry Baker, lawyer of this; duarters of the first naval dislric city and former member irom Ilrotne here loday. Her calls for help con County. OFFN.8.COAS1 BOSTON, Mass., March Wort of a vessel south of Gran' Whal was lacking In flags and decor- ations of Iliat sort was lip In talncd no information ot Identity, bu the fact that she was equipped wit wireless caused naval officials lo auuns 01 iiitii svri was nmuu up HI wireless uauauu ui fireworks and bombs, .and Iho dctona- Have it was a steamer, lions ot Ihe latter lent quite a realistic cEfcct to the civic rece dc Mars, quite a realistic j :ception on Ihe Mrs. Albert Peterson, daughter J Senator McCall, ol Siracoe, Is deai. Easy to Woke TMt PJIM Roiwrfgf Yon know tlint pine nted in ail remedies for1 Ihc reason is tbat pine conUios peculiar elsments that have ia and healiM mrtnbranM of tlie 1'ine Is famous for this purpose. I'lna couxh are combipaliOM pine and sfrllp. The "fjrap" usviaHy plain sramiWeci BJTM. that Boner can buy, put Vfr OTMM at (60 cents worth) in 18-ot bottle, and nil up with hone-made suRir svnip. Or >ou cah use eUrified no- lassca, honey, or corn syrup, at jynip. Either way, yon make or co n coinrh irv, or nay be Mrsittenlly IOOM lomatlon i'lnei and Syrup usually in 24 hems or did, too. for kroncllial artkssa, ndM, ot'any ontiMfy ttmt Fintt is a hlnhh pit for "Vh