Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
S.YK'KDAY, OCTOHKtt 23. 1010 PACK FIFTEEN ranoji at ovlark. nUfCil- 'acce o( ir.i'mUT In uigt-ii BS u volo in Lu tskcu oj ihs lotillou of tha provlada.1 As the la tn oae. iilojta alUnd. 1 A FORMER GERMAN BIRTHDAY -I- fr 4 The third annlreriary of [ha United chDrciifui iwheiu (Oclolwr birth-1 Rot. G. W. Kirby. o( of the of Cbr-1 Mo'jul Uojci Calgary, la Auguit Yk-'-orla. v.'an for tho Jij. Mr. KlrbY QUioliy at lie BentlnU-L I ono of the foronioal ci Ruest ot tha OCCASION i-x-j west iin'l 11 Is a large Prince August fourth toil of A t-. will be pteieut at boih servlooa Spec- j ial mmlc will ta recdere'l by the choir Hornloj; wrilce at 11 o'clock. KTen-'I sr-nrlco at 7.30 o'clock. j ex-emperor and who (or a TlsIL o( a tew '.lays -.n bis onolb.ec ilsUr. H- Cole, !n The October neural mueiini; ot tic nnntc. Mrs, JuJaois will return to i Mathesla Club IJL- htM in ihir'iU'J- Ottawa for a short before- pro-J [ioriun. of the V. M. C, .v on ceedlns Ollawa, Journal. Mis. h. Salmon hns.relurnod :-Her a pleuanL Tlslt with Mr ralmon at Ni-Iaon. II. C. Dr. Uryan accoinnanltd by Mrs. llvyan und son, IcaTinjc tonight (or a niomli's trip lit Toronto .inil Chicago. fr '-1 U. C. j CHURCHE6 AM? SOCIET'F.S o o v Dominion Rchchah No 1 ay arieraoon, OL-nN'r ?.i p.m. ft niccL'nx T.-ill I e of lh- Current KvctiTs and Ur Bhors -u-ni uu 'Tvlwn Itcforr-i The names .Mrs. A, J. CummiiiKj. formerly i Ireiie McLac-lilin, is ?punillnR the w end iu Ihe cltv. the fiueal of Miss llazcll. 31 vill hold Uiolr annual bazaar on j ,ai u" v, -m upon ihcy may h- nnvSPntio enjoy thr prcsr.uii at executive lew min- The An IS'eeclle'jrork Club Kill mcu1. i a i Uiu lioinu of U. f. Williamson, I 530 ijih St. snuih on Monday ufiernoou IF. K. JuiUcn who has liean vis- her sisters, Mra. Lewis Coulter l'i Ottawa and Mrs. H. Colo In Almonte fur the past few weeks, returned ihu city this mom ing-. The? J'rothoon CJaiS o ictr general busint-s and i oflu'Ts foi1 the coming is follows: TVLI- JJr.iridosv: AssL. Helper, reiilsiK for j lection of I COW CAUSED TRAIN WRECK: OME KILLED KINGSTON, Ont, Oct. Jarrts Andciron. IB old. of Mud Lake, wss'killed and an older A. D. Rcchford, braketian, of Sr.nths wai in- jured, as Ihe result of n pecutiir accidenl on C.P.R. at Mud Lake en Thursday. The men svere rid- infl in gome empty cars on liie wsy freight, the can being ahead of ths engine. The train hit a cow that was crossing the tratk. with the- result that the empty cara piled up on the engine. ORDUNA CALLS AT HALIFAX JEAMKAX. _ Mr- All members of thu St. Mary" a AssL. Helper A. requested lo mop: ;n UK- Imme 1'resiitpni. "jitss Hpima'I'orit-r- Vice'- 31 Halffai L of Mra. Ward, St. north M Setreiury, !day on a voyage.from Kngland lo 2.SO p.m. on Monduy, [Miss Klti-ri" Tft.'siirur. 1 York, to land J50 risaenscrn and rn-ss Ht-porlor, [a quantity of C'auidiaii mail. Among The Rri Cross -vlli Ijo ujion Mins KniJ ITr.rriillqn. All .young Tho rernaiu on ihc few days iu the city, Monday anil Tuesday ihe yuunRpr Vork Bpan- of Mrs. J. Murray, eu route i fri11" -i In order to display and p.yplc and i'.il biiSiiQcis ouiic lo I lie industrial COURT- o lliclr home In Trail a 1 sell the odds and ends. arc of Hie ciiy, who arc not (-Oiiiierieil Jenro al Otl-.or jiroini- ifoaaaDi holiday spenl'in marked cxceiuJonnlly low nntl the wiih any 'oihw churc-b. -TIL' tordlally went ptrsons 01: for Xew York In vile 1 to aiunu :my oi i'nt.-mi and Sir .lolir.slou (luc-c'ily :Jtvr Ihe morning service Iloberlson, who is accoinpan-1 Wesley hall, ''X Robertson. Sir Jolnisioni svili deliver ;i scries of oa TLu Calicary Womc-n''s Musical rlub i Shakespeare in tbe 1'nlied Status, will rucei tm OrioLer 27. in ihc Sutid.ty Rfhtiol ot JAPAN EXAMINES PEACE TREATY Klrat HbptUt church, when "______ Laytoii. soIoKt of Knox churcli i TOKfO. Ocl, lias heen LcLhbri-jge. will give A soag rccllal. vinuiilly completed by tlie ctuimiittce Nelson, also of will I0f Uic privy touncil which was bc ht're. Mrs. Layton is ivcll known 1 ed lo c.iamine the ptace treaty, and it in musical i-irilcs and by many C'al- J js expected a report .will h? submitted garisns wlio cujoyed hc-r singing at a rull meetfr.g of'llie cacmcll, under li. T. >lllls ninl three boys j i qimlliy is Mrf II. K. of U'tliliriJpc. who has boon visiting her sts-j A pporinl ineotliiB of I he Major fer, Mrs. Lewis Couller, In Ottawa, Jnrfc Koss thantor. I. O. K. will Lc has lo spend a short lime held In the Y. M, C. A- on Monday af- WINNIPEG. Oct. tha yi trouble 'n cunuectlon with the I enrorctmeiii of the Mtnltoba. Temper i jvucc! Act ts due (g bo I tailed medical ucj veterioary bool- lessers and It In the Intention to make an energtcic iln're ia at) effort to p all such IB Ihe unani- mous Jocis'.on o: IbB Insuactoti an> nounce4 ia v slut em eat issued this afienioon by Attarney-Ceneral Thonjas JolMiFon. Ho intimated iha prescrlpiions vould be fought ai oon-: trdry lo ihe act. Tne announcement also aUtes thai I Hit; has been unable lo liud any jusillicaiion for llie runsors involviLg the iiitCKrliy ol any ot (he liariuK-nt and that these reports have been traced LO bootleggers and other anti-prohibition iniertsLa. U was pointed out loJay that the probable apnolnluuiil ol Col. .1. Oft. Sir '5' Joija commander of jTuhd ricp', arrived lixJay tat warsliip Xtw Zpalauu. IL- 1 Jeave Tor ciainland _Vov lilaaos dropped wreaths and tn ou ihf vessel Js jl im-i harbor. Admiral Jelllcoe TTSF the SUPS', tif honor ai A rwepiloa him by and civil1 Ho us. A MODERN PAGAN Oct. ii. Sterl'ox. ruo-Jeru teto tonvkted ol ban to bleal. lined (j'M and jail by tht lie is S1; yoare oM, t? ol be is to Jittve in tar- jallK tor the't and itiop- nail when MreiLpd was oc alWr lerrtny 11 yean ol a ll-Tfir sentence. ON SALE AT YOUR GROCERY STORE Have you placed your order for ice cream for that dinner you are giving? CRYSTAL DAIRY Limited the musical fesllvat held In the cliy in 191S. Air. Harold Ramsbottom, will conlribuic some ihe presidency 'Of tbe emperor, lale month. It la understood thai dis- cussion nT the treaty Las chiefly tum- Eclcttions. All ladiea !u-led about two pyinU. rirst, whether Ic-rested in music are invited lo altontl I the or nations ivill interfere any of the afternoons as guests. Thb wiili the prerogatives p[ lUe emiieror. recital will commence at 3 o'clock which arc stipulated :n the consliiri- Fh-irp. The program "include a.iJ. second, haw it will aftcci liiclions Irom DuononQirL j ihe Japanese alliance. Ratification o'f Gertrude lioss, Gonnotl, Towen, Ilzhn, J the treaty Ty.itoh, GoriDff Thouiig and Tember. Clougli-I.eighton, by Mrs. Lay tun, Mr. I RamFboiLom will piny selections from Schubort, Tnusig anrf After thn recital the members and guests will mcef tor a social hour %hcn ichi ill he servefl Ihr-y will have an expected early iu No- FROM SPEAKING IN TORONTO vn 1 1 SAVE! TUy aMVE 0tt64l N NESEY WILSON more the .plans of Rev. William Ivcnp. the Win- .opportunity of meeting the artiste. Mrjke leaderi have been Mrl iraled. Acting under the general by- f_. o v 1 has refused permission1 to 'the founder v SPANISH QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY v lhc Olior ClmrcV to 'J I dress" a galherlns" at Queen's I'ark v v v v v tomorrow afternoon, as scheduled. The bylaw under Tvhlch'Ibe action FAS MADRID. Oct. 25. -Pulilic offices !tatcn was passed by the city couucil and many private buildings 1591. orate'u" with the royal colors today in honor of Queen Victor fa's birthdny, Imt (he usual receptions r.t itn p.ilarc eaarelled to Her Majesty's lUnca5- Thu latest date se' for her departure Tor England ia tomorrow. C_N_R> WORKERS SET Q1G LOAN OBJECTIVE Inclusion In the permanent railroad lepislalion of a to pcnaltzo atrikcji oT railroad employees waa de- 14 to 1. liy the U. S. Senile Commerce C'oiiimitLee. TORONTO. Ocl. objective ot has been set by the Can- adian Xat'onal Hallways (or subscriv- llons by irorktirs on ihe national lines IX B. upon every employe? in Lho system Lo in- vcst tn ihs limit, and is Impressing upon thp, fact (JiaL Ific pcnty of It? country. Inclndlng tha rallwnyp, dcpnntls upon '.he or Hits apjifcal to CanadlAiia (or funds. In the Victory loan Mannas IF calling GIRLS' AND BOYS' LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE TO BE-HEUD JOINTLY Here is llic place where (oiks enjoy ealmg because llie food is so exccllenl', the ser- vice so Inviting, and the sur- roundings so pleasant. you of Uio'jc iiKlividiinU Tia.i !ii.s nppptilo liandy or whose.appetite uccds lempllns ypu'jre aure dlRhCsi and' Bcnorpiis .1" portions we. strro nl Tcnl economy prices.; f Green Olives Chow Chow Hot Houie Lcttuca Celery SOUP e >a Macdonaid FI3H Soiled Frmcr Illver aalmon, Crcsm Sauce 9ALAD Lobjler Mayonnaise .BOILED Ox Tongue, Capuclnc Caper Sauce ENTREES Grilled Veal Chopi wllh Fried Spring Chfckcn Cutlets a la Quenelle Green Apple Fritter, Maple: Syrup ROAST Prime Ribs of Ocef. Yorkshire PuddrAg Leg of Pork and Apple 3auce VEGETABLES 3leamtd and Manhed Polaloti String Beans And Cream Turnips ;r DESSERT atrawbftrry Jelly wiih Whipped Cream Appfe, Lemon, Hot'Mince Pic Word has been rtcelvcd by tlic V..X.C.A. that Miss .Darixon, of (ho V.W.C.A., ivill bo puttlnc; on a Girls' i Leadership Coufcronco jointly with previously arranged .Hoys' j ship Conference conjmenclng "Nov. 2 concliid'ujj on tbe 5th, Liss Davison wilj have the Ticlp .ltcYa and ilcLcan and will 'specialise on the Caiiadfan G'irla lln This'will'bc-a splendid opportunity [or bollr-.'-local Sunday' I school teachers and .tboap irdni the surrounding district to take In ft series of'lectures irhtch Mil bo invaluable in their work and of inestimable irorth to thd district. 1 A detailed schedule of llie program be published shortly, and in the mcantlnio all teachers aro tn bear dates in mind and Lo maki? jircparnlions lo allend.'t'ne dual con- ference on lhc above' dnlc's: Phonographs THE NEW EDISON THE BRUNSWICK THE STARR THE CURTISS AERO- NOLA This is fTie season, for phon- osntTphs. XVo are tbe'Agents lor Uieiic difi'erent 'makes. They jilay all makes nf records, have a style and niJsli to suU everyone. U'e wili phonographs or pianos on aoy phonograph wo handle. Como m-nud see our raDgo of slyles and finishes. .CASH OR TERMS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 313 6th SL S. Phone DO Y6 MADE SAME. OUR', HOME- IT'S THE PfllCE A3 OTHER MANV PEOPLE FIND' IT MOnfi ECONOMICAL TO U9E OUR HOME-MADE CAKES, PASTRV. THEY ARE DELIC- IOUS. 606 3rd Ave. S. Dress DISTINCTION. Ask to be shown ihe newest dainty styles. LETTERS FROM WOMEN This Is one ol Ihe Icllers submitted in Ihe Herald's "The Advertise- ment Tlial Inlcreslcd Me Uic Most" The jutlgea ronfiilnroil [Lift qnly; they Lwore not -renuoMcd their vlewa on the adTonisemcnls hut simply to decide which lady TiTOlc tlif letter. Tells How to Stop a Bad Cough Scmrlrinc malii from rVa DM homc-rn-idc ijrui'- Eicll pfrpared and Ulltc. August ''Most Inlc.TPling Advertisement i To the llRruld: tcrcFtlnp advertisement for IblF they specify c.ich article RIVC BO It shopping very cajjr. T almost can 'toll what article Jj: want by their dally advertIscmcal tcforc 1 go Into tho store, and another iMng It In I find their mavktf down prices to he true, and ivlicn I i BO In alter an advertised erllclo nro KO wlllli.p to naslal mt. 121S .rjlli AvGlniC A. South Kb, Alb'cna, If you liarc n ieycte cougTi or chcsl accQmpnnied aorcncsa, Ihroat liflclp, or ilifficult broalhinjr, or il ynur child ivakea.iip the nignt Vith croup arid want quick I help, try this reliable olJ homc-mn'lft toiicli romedy. Any Jruaaisl can supply jon with 2Vj ol (50 cents 1'nnr lhJ9 iulo a. Holtk fill the bottle with plain pumilnlfrl piipar Or you can use ejarifie'l honey, or corn jyrun. in-ytcad of suaar 5vrup, if This recipe malt c 3 16 onnccj of really rcmiukiUe coiicli remedy. U las lea Eood, nntl in ypilc of low it cnn bft drprnildt ujxm to yive quick ami laMinst relief. S'nu fan fee] thii taVe of A in a iv.-vy Tne ana It nml raisci thff phlegm, stops throat soothea ;ind heals IJIB iiritatcil raombTanea that line the Itiront M.PC Mitl ccrlainly that it ia reilly "Pines ia ft JfVecial And hlc'nly rincen- iTaled compound of genuine N'orwAy Cinn exlracl, and. is probably the bcit ndwn of levcrt toiiRTu, lliroat iml coldi- Therc many ivortMfiaa Imihli of this mixture. To ftrold flUappoi with full arnl cfoir'l accept n thing Gilor.i.rlrc.I lo jrivc.ntaolulo F itisfnrlion or iironny re- fniidciK Tnc Vines CV., Toronto, ATURDAY NIGHT P-EC-1-A-L-S Come with ihe crowd to tlic Daylighl Store and share in ihe Special Values olfered tonight. GREY WOOL BLANKETS 10 ot pure wool blankets in grey 'only. These nre worth Irom 110.00 lo pair inday. Full bed alzc. tiitiii over nvo ytars ago. Saturday Night Special. o Afl CHILDREN'S HOSE Children's LJlack Cotton in line ribbed weave. come in bizes 7 atid only. They worth easily 50c tilr. Saturday Night Sjioclal. 35c CORSETS 300 pair of good Corsets, they are the same hipli quality we have hcen olfcrlog only we have added a (civ more good sell- ing sizes from auothtr line. Regular valuo. Saturday Night Special......................f---- 95c MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's .Heavy Undervtrear in tWo-nicce style. Thesp ira vAlnes Chat are old time value ai-d are 'worth easily ?2.iJO -j or Gannenl. Sitlurday DRESS GOODS ID pieces of good Colored Dress Goods-suitaWe- Cor cliitdreo's d.ressics, seiiaratc etc. Arsortetl colors and all 10 inches wide. Values up to 51.55 yard. Saturday Nigh I Special, 1 1 A BUCK TOWELS' 200 pair 01 Hleaclicd Hack Towels euitabte (or good every- day use. A handy size and wisy to launder. Worth 75e pulr today. Salft-day Night Special, pair DUC RYLANDG AND COMPANY THE hand is easier to tKan the foot is to sKoe. Every admits the difpcult? of finding' footwear that combines the necessity of style and and durability. gives positive satisfaction to its wearers. Tne ONYX' trade mork means qual- ity, and the shoes iiva up to the assuraace.