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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919 LKTHBmDOE' n.Ml.Y r 1IKRAU3 PAGE ELF.VEN 4 The Herald will consider ap- plications for the ot etldor of JCiladl page, AppHca- lions should L-e mail? tu the News' Kdltor in person. v v r- 0 v PERSONAL when Mils Dora N'ltnmons. who has D. N'immoHs, who letl for Calgary Sun- been editor of the MilacU department day evening. Tor about year led 10 take u position on the Calgary Alberlan. Miss -Xim- owns bis been a faithful member of the Herald BUM an'l rejrH CHUNCHES AND SOCIETIES Is at her departure, bul the' best wishes of Ibe ttalt KO with her to her new position. Prior to Imini! Th, IolUe, old 0! Wesley church i Wednesday afternoon at su'd things Ibese As the Easter sale is very isld mid done lo ji >WIT QUEBEC. March 31 !b" cians who use eitbfci1 creed cry against Quctii" regarded as eipressine ihf and true sentiments u! I'm- of tUfcso >aM luf MacKenz'.c SalutJuy at eheon ho was lendetcd ty ttt bee rteform Club. "Do not make the ir.i.'tniii flou. Que- stiff. Miss Niiniuoas lell for Calvary. nlsht 4 v Mr. G. ..Thomas oi Cuilliiinl T. HowIK. and J. wrerc reck Ineir. will ladles kindly make au llio ihonchls anil Meals tho nrpa effort to itteud and bring tlielr lation. 1 can not served. Ililamc these pulllc hy race spent the week cud ill taii clly. Mrs. V. llcs.'ey v.ho Is Ihe men o! Mrs. II. 0. Clarko is leaving for Ed- aiontou the latter part of the week. Mia. J. n.'Anderson and daughter. Jean, of WinuTpog. (orroerly of i.cth-', bridge returned to Canada after A r .iwnains the past Ihreo year. In Eng-ilendc'1 E land. Capt. Anderson, who is still i overseas, will return shortly. end ia Nobleford. Mrs. 1. H. Wallace who has be wintering In California returned to the clly on Friday. Mlii A. Black of Camroie. who has bean visiting with Mrs. J. B'jrkitt for Mr. K. r. principal of the: Ilarmvell Consolidated School, ha: teen spending a few days In the city. Mr. GeorKe Stacc-y was a week cm! j visitor in Cranbroot. Mrs. Helen Orser and granddaught- Irene, arrived In the city on Thurs- day from Kingston. Ont.. to vlsii her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Smythe. CIS 10th Street South. !aud creed cries have the re Tho music department nf U-Vcejl political mule pollti- 1 Mathesls Club will meet at Ihe homo cal capital out of Ihis c-pmocal situ- of Mrs. G. C. Cope Tuesday evening alion of a divided Cana.l.t. al S o'clock. 1 "1 can nol approve uf ib..' i act which robbed BUi'H The History and Current livents uon of our loyal paiiulciinu ul Uieir rnrlmpiit of the Mathesis Club vote- anil lint gave n v.v.i> to .inly ihn mst Ifft fnr an ei mcel Tuesday afiernoon al 3 o'clock of Ihe female jiajiiiV tho past two left tor an home o( Mr_ w CraiE. 510 I car, not anr.rov 10th St. S. attitude of the federal grnernTuent on t a i 'the qne-slion of corLstujiSJori. I lir- Tlm regular meeliriE of the Maple llsvej in tbe stand tihen by Sir Wil- Lc-at chapter No. 7. O.K.B.. will be frld. l.tiurler. that the naesUon fhonld in Ihe Masonic hall on Tuesday at S 1'ave been decided by ihe iieoiil p.m. prompt. referendum, as was done in i fla." Bible Class will meet; Mr. J. T. i I tbe city. of Calgarr, j Mr. K. B. Sloan, of Saskatoon, is the clly visiting his parents. Mr. W. R. Gray, who has been ferln? from Influenia. is much belter llie o{ Mrs- 4lh and Mrs. Oray is improving. .inon o! Can e either Ihe in a Avc. at S.Cn> tomorrow noon. tOCIAL .The Kirls1 Alislllarr will Ihu Nursing Mifsion tonight Fharp. Another valued member oY the Her- Mrs. R. Andrew Snilth entertained a staff.severed her connection with number of a lanche'oa on tbe inslitytjpn on Salurday af'ernoon S.ilurday in honor'of her-slster. Miss PLEASE-? girt wouldn't be Moir's Chocolitea? hive long for the smoothness, thicincfc 'of their chocoUte coating, and far the wide variyry of (heir delicious cenlers. c- A very prelly- we-iding took 7th St.. Medicine Slarcu Welcome Home to 39th Battery Service You can always rest assured that the quality of our goods is everything you would wish for the kind that will bring you back to us for further our prices are right. Comb Honey, each SOc Clark's Fluid Btef Cordial. 16 oz. bottles, ea Soda Biscuits, McCormicks In large packets, each Olive Butter, per bottle.....-...............23c Gooseberry Jam, Donalco, 4s. per 95c Nabob Tea. black, 1 Ib. packets, tach 64c Syrup, Rogers, 5s, 63c; IQi Sure Whip, pfr bottle......................20- Chili Sauce, Donalco, per bottle 25c Libfay's Tomato Catsup, per bottle..........28o Tomato Chutney, Helnr, per bottle .........40c Pure Maple Syrup, Bowes, 5s, per tin Ammonia Liquid, per 10c Powder, Bui! Dog, p-p pkt............___ 12c Reindeer Milk, 3 tins for.................. Coffef, Braid's or Nabob, 1 Ib. each.....55c Cocoa, Cowans, Ib. tin, 25c; 1 Ib. tin......48e Chocofate, unsweetened; each.. Cocoanul, unsweetened, per Ib............. 32c Potatoes, splendid value, 100 Raisins. Green Ribbon, 11 or. picket, 14c Seedlew, Griffin's, 11 oz., 2 for.....30c SUrcb, Silver Gloss per packet............ Starch, Com, per packet, 2 for 25; Marmalade, Wctheyi. 1a, each..............2ie Washing Powder, Royal Crown, or Golden Weil, per packet ....___...................... Robin Hood, Elllion's and Taylor's Flour In ftock. PHONE 313 PHONE 313 OUR SERVICE SATISFIES-NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY iliers that Imvt- arrived at this port on any ship since the hoys started re- j turning home. There 37 officers 'and 2JS1 other The steamer ST. JOHN. N'.B.v Morc'n a 'encountered fair wi-atbcr. One sol- disemb'arkalion reiord v.y.ild be dier from Onl-jrio iieve'opeii pneu when Kliza Haniliton -Craig, of established" liic in'Uratian today monia and [Sied Saturday as the steam- tho arrival here last cr was nearing tile Hay of Fundy. on iho of Hritnin were LisbDre and rushed uff; QUITS AFTER 52 YEARS icotlaud. the-xs'tlic- Eoldlcrs w [wife of The bride, nisfht on iho Kmp 'looked very pretty in a.gown of ivhitij wearing a veil with orange tUc C. P. It- lo tlieir tU sorns aiid carrtpf bouquet of whllaj At S o'clock the official March U. A. White, chief clerk in the car depart- tn'c bout and soon afterward mfnt 0[ lhc Trunk Railway, elired after 52 yeflrs contiii- servtcj with tbe company. route to Toronto. Less thin I carnations. She was attended by Tlie'trit'first hat-jh of soldiers filed down groom was supported 1J- gangtt-ay. At S.U the. first train llou, Jliobards, Hey. C. A. Claxton.pflrforra'- .-.raVen fpnto to Toronto. Less ed the hour liter the second was ;ui-u tioti was iieluV, at the'lionit --ol'i-the-'f'iicblnj; orer the line to Toronto. At I groom's JV .W. Richards. third special away to The happy coun'lo .will rcside'at Kingston and Ottawa, anil at 10.JO 'the fourth London aril Hatniltpu. for N'.onlraal and :Qu'fcbee. stari't'tl EI liillc after II FLUBAN LIFTED Echoolt open Tuesday morn.'ng. Thosj houses where there arc still cases not allowed lo send their children to school. All houses been 'Ilu cases roust ba fumisattd. (From Oiir Own Correspondent) MAQHATH. March ban was lilted at Jlagratli today at 12 o'clock. People to take tho necessary pretautlons. The NO NEW TRIAL FOR WASHINGTON, Marci Debs' application for a b( MR appeal from conviction an1 sen- te'nco to 10 years' Imprisonment for violating the Eepionage act TM nied today Vy the supreme rourt. Ccnlro, AltaJ MOIR'S Cfiocofafes Campbell Smith Limited, Canary, Aberta, RepreuaUtires. Cinldlan Food Control Llonie No'i. 5-776, Real Lather Ivorj' Soap lathers instantly in hot or rdd, hard or soft water. Ivory's lather is thick, copious, lively. It is velvety, soft and soothing to your You can spread it easily over face and neither runs nor dries quickly. in abundance, up the bath and .toilet impacting a joy-to them which is denied to tfeose acquainted the' tttfn, md, of ordinary, hwjpii; IVORY SOAP i PURE for and a and tlie were expected fc-soon Tlr4 Em-. s bad the largcEt .number of sol- i'. _ Knox .evening at S o'clock, preparatory' .service in Ihe school room; meeting ot tho ses; slon immediately after. Subday at il o'clock, Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered; interni- ng communicants kindly see Capt. Denoon before next Sunday. Thura- day at 3 o'clock, Ladles' Aid in the school room. Wesley of the two oldest camps bul the two junior camps of the Camp Fire girls arc withdrawn. The Roy Scouts will not meet on account of the 'flu condition. The convention which was announced to be heid today, and tomorrow, has 'been postponed. Wednesday nighl nli 8 o'clock, weekly prayer and praise I service. Friday night, choir practice, j United evening at I S o'clock. Christian'Endeavor in the t vestry. Wednesday uvcning, jiray_er j service In the hall. Thursday even-: inf at 8 o'clock, meeting ot the hoard of stewards in the- parsonage. Thurs- day at 8 o'clock, senior choir practice In His ball. St evening 8 o'clock, teacher's meeting. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, lenten services; choir practice al close of service. Friday at 1.30, boy Scouts and -Girl Baptist at 3 o'clock. mld-weeV prayer meeting. r afternoon 3 o'clock. Joint, of Aid Mis- sion Circle. L. D. xt 3.30. eettag of tbe Relief work and Pentwntal 205 13th St. X. S p.m., reraUr aerrlce. Monday and Saturday nl S p.m., pray.- tat Divine fdaling. corner 3rd Are. tni St. and Fri- day at S p.m. This school is free to oil Icttntted In a deeper search of God's word. Christian Science Society, Ilu] Biock, nl 8 p.m.. lar weekly teetlmOny meeting. Cnrlatlan un Sunda'' at 11 m. In r.O.O.F. hall. UNCALLEO-FOR PEM1NISM (From "CM Mankind; It the p Haul title d! k book by Morrlsoii .uhlch Is being widely adviirils reviewed. :J ly Tbfrware reasoas rfurt kind on sHrrlvlut in tplt of pntMstlc booX'; not given us. the hairpin tie Sunday, the -mrate; oiu pockets Iho drcssts of women the tho collar button, Ih Peace Ibe kootlefter lie Inftnlom ai the aid Ihe a nil are, can point fo no sucb.-U of P.1US, J Callouses or a Burning Sensation f at or the DR. SCHOLL hn ptrlrdnj .T Anterior MetatarssI Arch Support Ej.lt all C'TVT rC3 OME STYLES Just to Hand by Express. Selling at 530.60 to eadi. Splendid Heavy serges in.navy and black. Velours in old rose and and very elaborate black satin, silk lined and wilh hand embroidery work. Wonderfully attractive ao-tB-the-mbate sbies. Afl very mod- erately priced. r-r-.ii. The Scholl Mfp. Co., UxittJ i 112 Afcliih St. Lxl, Alia Ct'ali't. V" SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY W. J. NELSON CO. PRICED SUITS at to This may seem rather hish (or a medium priced garment, but the showing havo at these, prices comprises garments.of wonderfully attractive1 style and high class' whlrh apyeal nl onco to Tvomon of moderato means and good tasle. LOVELY QUALITY, FINE SOFT SEROES AND GABERDINES IN NAVY, BLACK, SAND, MOSS, TAUPE, ETC., STRICTLY TAILORED OR NOVELTY GARMENTS, ELABORATELY TRIMMED WITH BRAID AND BUTTONS, SILK LINED THROUGHOUT. SHOWN IN COMPLETE VARIETY-OF SMALL, REGULAR AND EXTRA LARGE SIZES UP. TO.44. NOVELTY SILKS AT YARD A moat beautiful la slrfpw, checks Boretty shoira in K rery wide variety of choice as to patterns ami color combinations. Includ- ed are Uffelas, messeUinfts, pop- lins and satin fouUrda. All 38 Inches wide, excellent qualities ami very special rilno at the price. Suitable (or iklrta, cj, Irlmminps, llninffj, etc. 614 3rd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE. M Y WIFE gets her homt made bread, and pastries whert I get my lunch. Juit luiti a man. A fellow enjoys meats there. Their fine cooking and wide vadeue.t tharpcn t appetite. I recommend Kirkby's. ;