Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, OCTOIJKIl -I, lUL'J ji-: bAii.i MILADI iiioval from Gall hospital lo lu-r home are reminded or the meet l hour. 2.30 p.m.. 15r. llfack ami NursiiiE Sister K. It. is pencil DC n levr lu ilie city. Oft Rues-l of Mrs. II. C. Graham. CIS bil. Soiltli, Geo. Stacc-y and llita have arrived Iu ihe clly Vielorla. Mrs. I'odRor anil Misses Muriel anil have been fraivford dur- PovtJll.y, ot Car listen, thu eucbts or -Mrs. It. Ihc pasi few weeks, have returned l lilile daughter Mr. S. Adams, of Mouse Jaw, .vTivi-u :n ihe dly yesterday and v.-as .fi0me Joined Ijy Mrs.'AiIaraF. who Is relum- ing from a I rip io ihc coiat. havo returned to tbe city niter spend- 11. lleiiiley. G13 Ulh SI. S. will [JIR The summcr at riylvuii Lake and" rucclTu oirMotidny owl-Ihcrealier jjacombc Mrs Ubbson will remain Hie Hrsi Mimday ot every innnth. j Ucro (or gomfc limc yct tofure gems Mr. Allan Jack, of Calgary, Is spend-' Ask Amendment to Liquor Act Limiting I're BiTiptions to Eight illegitimate inlld Le naarte responsible', lor the financial E'jpporl of Ibe child. I j we eiprt-.-s our prortl or tta aciion of (be Keoalc ol: Canada IQ oppoelor the will ol ilio j t people o( u expressed through _________ the House ol Commons witli regard to Y inditing the exleDiton ol prohibition The iprenth annual couteiitiun of for atler tbe dtctirttion of AV. C. T. Albeni branch. peace." Its Friday afternoon, SeTenth.--That In order to leourojj ites leaving for their homes. tbe better enforcement or the- Alberla j Friday Morning SeMlo" 1 Liquor Act we ask tbe gorcrninent lo j Friday morning, Mrs. Ed, Kinney. 11 ousider making penalties for the in-. Haifa or cliurch are asktd lo presiding, A short devotional and frinKcmeot of thai Act imprisonment-! Tim RiLcc-Juct-e member is urged. Tlie mc-Jnters of DIG Junior Mission meet hi tbe Indies' parlor for a tew [song service was Ifarl by Sidnpy minutes at ihc close of Ihc rally ?er- Houlton. alter which an Instrumental vice tomorrow afternoon. .ttaK 'or tlie firsl offence, ftghlb. That we ask Ihe Alberta' n as delightfully mi tier A J by Miis OortrniocDt to amend ttic Alberta i j Dammar SaurJqulM The ronTcmlun h-quur Act. making Ihe mailmum The History and Currrnl Even is 1 voting to put aside thr- regular pro- amount ot a liquor prescription eigbi Mathe.sis club ing A Tew In tlie city. Mra. I'hasr -E. la vlsliVng her aunt, Mrs. Uciil- J.I .'i i ir r ll 'f-na In wjll bo wsod lo know iliot Bhu Holding of rall> In Thr Nordheimer Apartment Upright OLUME iicli- of lone, within n foinpacl case of granful oul line. The proiluciionoElhisinslni- hy world as u su- perb achlcvcuien'. Att l ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o v meet' gramma for (be lime beinjr. ihe pre? home of Mrs. Ciias. McClcua- jident called for Lbe report of tlie Resu- (jbnu, I2lh St. K., on Tuesday atier-Mullons Committee, wlih-h was fol- noun at v o'clock, A map talk on i lows: "Canada" lm ijiveii by Miss lien-1 Reioluliont licit. Every nicinbi-r of ilic club in- ihat pjtpre-M tc re sled in this department asked ourselves In humble heartfelt, thanks to. attend and those wishing to pay giving and gratitude to our MaVer in club duos can da so al Uiat lie has ECCII fit lo remote the war it cry from us and has hrouRht HE io a; The Wlllari] CcQtr.il VriC.T.t. wish TkLortous peace, to thank nil tbojc wbo so kindly lentj we express our Kvcrytlilng is In readiness for the -t -v -M-i- -t -t Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Up and to have ihe liquor put un bj Ihc fiovernmenl vendor only hi Realed bottles, not exceeding eight j ounces, with ihc prices sci by the eminent and marked on such bottles. we express to our White Illbbon sisters o[ Onlerio our pmcerest sympathy In Ihc present pro- vincial prohAlntiou campaign, aud as- sure liieni or our heart-fell co-opcraiion through prayer, in their EJganlic strug- j Etc tor total prohibition. and (javc ihe provincial dele-; lo all those who have hem be- J WP extend our sinrer- palcs Ihc treat of a dellgntful drive rcavecl through the war. jest thanks lo our hostesses, the ciiii- to all parts (if interest in and around Ihis convenLioit coin- CUE. the Prcs5, and all ol the insillu- Ttie Art Xeedlework Club will meet schools in rural disLrlrts, thus encour- liphtful auto rltlc; the splendid han- 011 Monday nftcrnoun ill 3 o'clock al'aging teachers hi foreign districts to.quct; and to all who contributed in llui home of Mrs. Geo. Dixcn, S12 Ctlifgive an adequate term of service to i any way to mahiiiE our stay c-njoyftblc. Ave, S. Jiis Cana.lianiztng work. I The rejiort ot the "Plan of Work we ask Iho IVovin- (C'oinminte" was inen called lor niikh. cial Government to consider eitcMtling alter somo alleralions and amend- THE STORE OF QUALITY GROCERIES The ladlrs' CIIOTUR organized Mrs. ir. H. Jolmston, L.A.D.. will meet Ihc Mothers Pensions Aci. in order to! was adopted as follows: IhU homf-natlr for quick rftu for the lime oti Monday evening, aid Lo the wives and children ol October Clh. at S o'clock. In the a-idi-' totally diaabled 'taen not airearlr rc- toriuin cf Central school._ Ladies' ivho j cetvlng eovprnmcntnl alao to have promised and any olhcrs who wives whose huebaDds Jiavo Rccognizlue, Ihat Hip esl esscntail .lo our national ivcll-ljeing ihc moral and spiritual thought of OUT i people, it is recommended thai a FROM TO Oranges, per dozen.............35c, 55c, 65c Jersey Cream Candy, per Ib...............35c Apples, good eating, 4 Ibs. for.............35c Apples, good eating, 4 Ibs. for.............25c FOR THE SMOKER Empire Little Cigars, 10 lor.............. Z5c Cigarettes, Hyde Park, 10s, per packet.......15c Rci Tan Cigars, 3 lor....................25c 'illiamsoD. .Medicine Hat. The page in '.ho Searchlight, tiilhor- contributed by Hurbci-k. K.I- monloit. has been discontinued. j The remainder of ihe aftonioon BPS- lion was (jiven up lo the reading o? Most ol hto delegates lieing i .A. York. left" (50D.OOCI lu i-.sitbliEb a lioruc for uccdleM'unieti more 50 years old, ivho art; not able lo lake care of them- would like to join are requested tuithem and cannot be forced to support j special prayer meeting for tliem. Further thai the full amount, work be held once a year; that endeavor to bo" present. is a liomiMnadr frnip mil- lions s'islios lo acknowledge and thank the Lcthbrfdgc Library for magazines during the. monlh. E. A'. Superintendent. Is s vSHpE jldlfull-p nnd comfortably constructed of fine, close-grnined leathers, cut from selected portions of tlieKide. The beauty of its (iiiisK is indicnlivG of its quality and of tKe sturdy wear may expect 'will get from pair of shoes bearing the trade mnrk. 50LU DY THE DLTTEn SHOE STORE3 -THROUGHOUT CANADA ntelligent Way To End Corns Not by paring. Trial's a inakcshift.and results are brief. Not by harsh, haphazard methods made by non-scientific men. Not by padding. Pads are unsightly, and they. simply coddle Expert Methods Blue-jay was invented by a scientific expert. It is made by E house lamed lor its surgical dressings, It embodies the up-to-date method, the right method of corn treatment, Apply it and the pain stops instantly. Forget it for two dayfi. Remove it, and the COTA is gone for good. One corn in ten may need a second appli- cation, but that's all. Millions of corns have been ended in this way. Aching corns are unknown to its users. These are facts known to your, own friends and neigh- It is timi Ihat you knew Try Blue-jay tdnight', Slopj Pain Iiutantly EndtCorni Completely BAUER BLACK, LIMITED, :Chicago, Toronto, New York of Sterile Surgical Diesiinga and Allied Products Corn Eider ol llcjuors and cadi union lie askei to al least one medal contest during the year, null thnt each district liolil ins a convention put on a contest Jnt- InK the convention. one or more Mothers Meetings ID included In the nnnua' programme of each we urge, upon al >voiDen Ihc importance of all municipal, school board, and lios pital boird meolfngi and lhal union appoint ilelcg.ntes lo attcm Mich meetings. recommend memoers o! our C. T V. organlza tlons be urged to use Canadian lllcra lure both In the Sunday .-.chools anil Home Schools wherever possible. we Ije alert In every possible way In our eBorU to assist in the enforcement of Ihe Liquor Act. each union shall provide White Hfbhon Bulletins for each o( Its memuerE. Upon motion, the above report rraa adopted. A patrlolfc demonstration by a number ot Lethbridge "Y" girls under Ihe management of Mrs. nurocck was then given. Btslilcs hclng n neautllul spectacle, IhiH was specially instruc- tive and (s recommended for use by olhcr same beinp found in Ihc (Juno number of the While Hlboon Bulletin. The matter of Provinclnl PIcrlECS waa then laKon un nnd disposed -Thn folloiving appolnlincnt.s or snp- of neparlraenls wn.i made: Scientific Temperance, Mrs. rnrkc, Youngstown. Purity and Mothers Mecllngs, Jlrs. Kent. Medicine Hal. Literature Ucpoailory, Dunn, j Chrlsllan Cltiionshin, -Mrs. CunJal. Work Among KorelgnerE, Mrs. lush. Lamont. I.llllc Rlbboncrs, Mrs. McEl- Catgnrj'. Mllll.lry anil Hcd Cross Department, o he merged inlo ,lhat of Krnit anil Delicacies, Mrs. Carson, Medicine Hal. Travellers Aid. Mrs. Hamilton. Letli- Dritlge. Syslemalir. Giving. Mrs. MtKittrlck. Kdmonton. Medical Tcmporfince. Mrs. .Tones. Hanna. Mcilnl Contests, Mra. Macrheraon. Ryley. Vccre- vlllo. Kxhlblllons and Kalrs, Mrs. Sear ancke, High Blvor. I.eglslallon and Petitions, Mr! OMdhall, Calgary. Lumber Camps anil Mines, Mr? 'Gee, Edmonton. PrlMn Iteforms and Police MM. JIcCallnEi, Cnlgary. Vlorlt AmonK Indiana, Honl Ion. Calgary. White Ribbon Bulletin. PURE AND L1CIOUS jls a most satisfactory beverage. Fine flavor and aroma and it is healthful.. Well made cocoa contains nothing that is harmful, and much that is beneficial. It is practically all nutrition. Choice Recipe book free. Waller BakerS Co.Limited Established 17QO. "Monlrenl, Cnri. Cnnorln Food Boni-ci l.iccnsell-690 Hosiery THE STANDARD OF EICELLEKCE Frolicsome clijIJrcn. willi slocking up and. stockiiiss cJov'n; surely pul tcr_ in llicir cvcryday-play.r and make Ihcir hosiery... seamless andrrcintorcc- it where the wear comes hardest.'