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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBHU 2-1, 1919 IUILY EI.F.VEX MILADI vouchsafed Lo uj will prepare the way I lor a closer union of ihe coni.ioneiit parts of the Empire, born of thc toui- rudeEblp and to operation ot thc past I fivu ycira. "As Your Royal Highness will have 1 Ihe opportunity of Judging lor your- self the luaEiilfkenL natural endow- I meats and incomparable scenery ot llritlsh Columbia il is noi necessary 10 1 njako extended reference io sLo iioblo i heritage bequeathed to us by our pion- j leer explorers and builders, uui ii may i be observed Jn passing that, as in I r ot rrar all our energies vert- directed Star City, Sask.. where he lias been r Florence, arc leaving the cily In a i Heceivfa Koyal Welcome ill B. toward the goal of victory, ?i> no-.v in I Mrs. J1. M. McKinnon rJtst and 4 j appointed accountant.of Ihe-Uank o( few days io reside In Winnipeg- -Mr.! XOTI Scotia branch Jn lhal place. Lvlo liaa been Transferred io ;in Im-j porlant i-osltlon In Iho lands branch of Miss v.'hu lias hccn. sirtnil- i ine ionic 11 [tie In Vanrourcr, the guesl Mrs. M. Johnston? la entertain-, t h g uaa return HE as her Euc3t Mrs. W. or cci to thc Cipilal Will Attend Big Hall Tonight thc Department ot the Interior. 1 Mrs. Jack McCoubrey. ol Calgary..- VICTOHIA. Etat. the days ol peace must ill our cfior'.s I be devoted to tbe solution of the pru'j> lems wh.vh ihc world conflict has be- qviealhed to all nalions and couulric.-." j The Prince Replies The prince replied to the pioviiu-ial TaLcr Lady in Prize Money (i) .Mrs. Frank E. Elwuod. Taber. Alberta. (3) Mrs. John Wi-hart, 133 ISth St. north. (4) Mrs. J. mvecnorl, U. S. A. Mrs. E. D. Thomas, HOG 13th St. north. In arriving at these decisions we bavu very carefully over Ihc liveiiLy-eipbt anavrcis received, and ihe general 'run of replica were- so 500 I tiiat picking cut tLic be at from all -the ma! cm I was a difficult task. 1 >lrs. G. Wi Uobinsun, It. T. Dry Diner, J. S. Rose. DAYLIGHT SAVING ENDS OCTOBER 26 Leilibridgc, Scpl. Cl. The Herald, Lethbridgo. I'riucc of from his car [address as follows: to convey to thc of tbe prov- Lieut. K. Harrlun of thc Hoya who recenLlj relumed from the front, on Thursday last for two daughters, the Misses Mona and LEO M. COOMBS I'RESHNTS THEODOR POSSUM IN- TUB, .FOLLOWING RECITAL PROGRAM MRS. J. R. KENNEDY, Soprano Songs LUCILLE HARVEY Musical Reading ,yr TUB COLONIAL THEATRE Sunday, Sept. 28th AT XINB'p'CLOCK KaschinGsschwank aua Wlcn, Allegro Romanic H r SchenTno Intermezzo Kinalo Musical SellisH Giacl" MISS LUCILLE HARVEY MISS MAHGARET SMITH at the Piano Xoclurue Impromplu -'Derceuse fle u" Coddanl Election :V 'Gounod .MRS. J. R. 'c. in Violin Grice Witches' Dance I.a Fllcute Elude Polacca do Concert Tschalkowsky nal( T1IE-K1XO1 'Nordheinier Piano Kindly Supplied uy Thc Assinlbola Music Co. 315 6th Sired Soulu 1515 The Man Who Banished Corns by of by i nun whose lifetimt tut bttn spent.in_the itudy drttsims.' This is method conrectrcompletVand' cfficitnt. And the millions of it, JMVCT tWnk ri endurinj a Thc f.fsl itcp it to ttop the pain. is by protectmf i The. Kit itep n to fentljr: .cauic the corn to diuppear. Thii ii done by the rc- matkjblt BAB Wn, which no corn can resitt.; This bit of wtx rt centernl Ol the corn., it once, The wrapping it comCortable.and you forget it.1 ;ln two days yon remore it and the corn can be lifted' Only rare corns need ipplicatiofl. It cannot ipiead. So, vnlikt. .the easy, sure ind light it acti tto end corns. You will never return to any wrong method when yoa try a Blue-jay once. Ihe corn alone. C ii rgbbeMoa'ted tdhe- the Try It "Trie Scientific Com Efidrr" Sfojps Cnits Drvtfitt, ._; lUUU HJkCir, UIMTEO T-W.7 niaw V Wk Mrs. Heokcr js entertaining as her icst her mother, Mrs. C. A. Hunt. f Milk Ilivcr. Misa l.conc Thomas returned res- onlay afternoon from Sail Lake City rhcre Elie has been atteutling school. 6OCIAL. EVENTS A very sutxeEEful social was Riven ,11 Wesley hall lasi evening under thc auspices of the 1'rolhcon Young Lail crorylliing that .could All Iho morn' lurma) functions ol Victoria's welcome to ihe piincc nre crowded into today's program. IMayor Porter tlic city's welcome to ihe prince at the opening and following i YJ3jtej tnis year. the printo's response [o lliis, Prem-, "Uriiisii Columbia. w a special meeting should be called for a further dlscnssfon ol the pro- posed plan. This nice 11 HE will be heir] in Wesley hall on Monday eve September 2Uth. At Ihe conclusion ol llic program relreshnients -nerc scrv. cd. V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v v One of the most successful meilai conlcsls ever held in Ihc cily look place'last night in the Christian church which was Tilled to ing. There were len.coiniielitorg ao.1 Ihe selections covered a wide rang: j of subjects from the sllrrinjj poem "Thc by Tennyson, lo both humorous and pathellcones bv more modern writers. winner ol (he silver medal Vis Avrll who in-a selection' er's by Myrtle splendid- I ly" iwrlrnyert Mhc Italian tempera- men I'; Smith, who is espec- ially gifted in portraying diMd cbar- .liters. Ihc gold medal oa her foundation stoTin was performed with Ihe cuslom- ritual. Thc prince lunched at Work Point j arracks after .his busy nioming in :he public square and lie will spend Iho afternoon -Informally in Victoria and-its suburbs. The day, will be brought to a close a formal ball !n Ihc Empres-s Hoi el (onfchl. tal' ins dinner-at government house. Oncc-aKain tho Prinrc of Wales has laken a is peculiarly Lis nwn in the liearls-of a. community and his comparatively long1 slay on Van couvfrr assured popular success. Provincial Address Sept. Prince Wales today recc.Tei an ufliircss from'the goverriraent ot British Col- umbia, read by- Premier John Oliver. The Bddrnss out th'c pleasure ol the people of-'tHls province the presence of-tlibif bis memorable mission'ind continued: .Ihe advent o' peace Your H6yal "Highness1 riaH at thlii time Is profonudly'slsnificaiit of the Empire as com- rendering of "The Drunk-jrnunUy of nations iin.lcd and ceraent- [arJTs Dau'shlcr." A mosl pleasiii; together by common ideals, nspir-. alions niid tradjtiohs, a' commoh IOTS of freedom and 'justice and a common devotion to our motherland. We re- joke lhat tlic victory whicli hag been home inisty in the old colonial iVays-, thc conrederatlon uf the Dominion, nnd it lias been as staunch anA trusty ever since. am flceply imiiressed. Mr. Prpiuier. by ihe enterprise, imag- uatioti and stalcfimanship ol the greil nen drove Hip trails ihrouffli foi and pi-afrie und moucilatn and inked up llic vast territory east ot bo Kacfcy Momualna to this ancient I loyal colony on the Pacific slope-, [Iritlsh Columbia thus been able to develop and expand in union with [he historic Canadian provinces ol the east and to make her influence strong- ly fell in Lhft history ol thc Dominion. knoV 'well thai in thc future, as the nast. the weight of that influ- ence will always be cast lor the unity ol Canada and ol tne whole British commonffcaHii. "The province lias proven lls mettle once more in the last lour years by its magnificent services in the great war. I have learnt of the very large propor- tion of your manhood which you sent overseas to.fifiht lor Kinu and Empire and I Iroro' personal aEsoclatlona In the field liow gallantly your units acquitted themselves at the front. Voiir losses, alas, were heavy and 1 sh Io. offer my lasting sympathy to who have been disabled or bcrcll, "I llianV you for your eipressicn of tacn.mcnl .to the. King and Queen havo not forjrotteu ,their ver> easatt stay, in British Columbia IS ago. I Till not fail to (ell Ws ajesty on ray return how true lo.ils rlllih traditions tins splendid prov ce remains." Use Less Get Better Baking EG6-0 feature thc High class work dona I by Ihe hoy entries, were Dr. DlacV, snpcr- "inlcntlcnt of schools; Flev. Hotlflns, of fthe Unitert Church and 3Ir. Drandow, Inrincipal o[ Flcctivood school.. A hearty vote of iKaoks lentlcreil 11hc coiuiietltors who had .so liighly jplcnaed the aiidienci1, the' judeea' lor I Ilicir jiopular decision. Liic chairman, llev. Curtis, those contributing ihe linuslcal iituiibcrs. tbc Press and all 1 W.C.T.U. to put on S Ihia excellent, evening's cnlortnln Thc Daughters and "Mauls of .Eng- Tar regnlar nVcolTiifi- of Hie TlQIn inion Lodge will be Iinld in the I. O'.'O. V. hull tomorron ai. eight, o'clock brothers, and sisters welcome. The Council o! land met -Insl -nCiEliL at Hie home ofjbold Us regular monthly meeting In Mrs. where IL' was a'rranEed he Y. M. C. A. on Knday ;iltcrnoon to hold rili o 2nd JMiIat Drive.of Iho series on-the firs't Thursday 61 next month. also decided (o hpld :i Cinderella D.ince on thc second iicsilay or neil month. Ilolh ovenis lo be held iu Btirgmanu's Hall. Thc W. M- S. Auxiliary of Wesley church will hold Ihuir special Fall Ilally tomorrow ovcnlng. September 25, at eight o'clock 5n Wesley- hall, Everyman and woninn of Iho consrc- "sn is cordially fnritnd and the honorary members Arc especially In vltcil lo be present. A very rino pro- grnni has been arrnhgcd as follows. Dawson. MlnSlonnry UlrJs. Taylor. Impressions Gleaned from Prorln- clal Cragg. H. H. Johnson. L A.B. Or. Bryans. Selection, Ladles' Jlhson. .Mrs. Hug-hca, Miss Hemlrle, [Fes jDrooks, Thvro trill lie no admission fee 1ml a silver .offering will he taKcn.. E.ttensive preparations hrc made lo make Sunday's rally, serviced in Ihl3 cily "an success Jr. Illack the Wesley Sablmlh school at on' Sunday afternoon, when a large attendance members Is urged, The 0, w, V. A.'executive !s aaket j meet to discuss Important husin ess club rooms this evening a efght o'clock. Women of I, 0. 0. F.. Lcthbriclge Chapter -So. 1 mccl MooSe'Hall, lioiham Illock, this fivenlng'iU clgn o'cldck. As' Ihi's'l's lire ol the.chanicr, Unndance Is urged, Mrs, section of'thc-'.Wes ]0y Ladleb' Aid. Daznar meet her lion-it; 521 Mh ni '1S o'qlock (onipri'ofr W. -M. iiiecl (om'prfoV 1.30 k'.in art o'clock., A large nltendancc is open1 for. 3octal Icn be -served in Ihe chonl room of Knox church Sal rdav afternoon Trom 3 lo o'clock which nil "mothers are Invited hriiig Ihcir children of cradle roi CP four t.hc btgmnors ol the -Chuvc1 lejijincr's DrparlincnL of Kno .who .nrc tflklnp? parl in til bngs to bi Tlnlly Sunday ar isketl to nictL Thiirsdajr afternoon a our o'cluck nt llio Knox Sunda chool for praciiEC. .The Lndles' AH of the TJnilc C'jiurch, .Norlh IjClhbrldgo. arc bohlln an Apron and Pnntry Sale in th iflll on Sntnrriny.- October 4lh. cs Of the congregation are askcrl I contribute one. article each to aid i making Ihe sale a succes annoifnccmeTil will be next Tvcnlr. .ORIENTAL'S INDIAN BRIDE RAN AWA.Y TITB PAS, Man., Sept, Th marrl.ige of W.. Yuen, a Chlneni.i nnd Malllda (Irecnletf, FUI IndUti gl nt Ciinibcrland House, ended In tl yotinp bride running away and hldh In Ihe'.forect bccAtiK her frlenc chtded her for rnarn-lnx relic main. She was seen paddling cfthoc loward Iho deep recesses of Ihe forests alone the mossy river, GRAIN ACT AMENDMENT OTTAWA. Sept. George of IraJc and com- erce. lias pvcn notice of an..nniend- cnt to the Grain Acl providing lhat the month of August in each year [or thc crop year ending Aug. 21. 019, slock shall be taken of thc (juan- ty of each grade of grain iu Ihe Ier linal elevators. Follow the on the label Ezi-0 Baking Powder United, Hamilton, Caiait STREN ENDURANCE LIBRARY HAS 500 NEW VOLUMES The public fihrary is coing slTong the addition ot 5GG new volumes. The-ie consist of some good works on economics j and some, good fiction. KrftBBd tit the i IK ft pin trie rlrii, rrJ blood, itrcncth i Mid ntaikf tbeai JB irlMcTcr XuiiUd Iroiivji unclrrtnLr. ilitce. rcillion people it Dr. I'ranrli; SnlllTtn, forncrlr tcet uied no- cndoricd by surli cten pljyiiclan of riMitllil (Datdcnr -V. S. Cosiriijiioner Xeir Vort, IW. 'VOs.rhnirr "Aniboar.L'inunci Count r Hcsp kCI (litre. Is SOLD IN THIS CITY BY J. D. HlbmSOTHAH A CO., if riMitllil (Datdcnr -V. S. o( IT York, IW ITt-s'rbnlrT "Aniboar. spllftl, lhat to htlp O. VV. Chi.fii oi' .liucrlcxni V.'ajbinston, and Iran if r rlhJBr BO BI orxula uiipcnicu ty at] icod drticjtiiU cTcryn'cerc.''.. s% A A v A HeVj Seville "JVlarmalade AU CWnJC onrf 5ufor In Silftr Po Slrj. ladles' AIJ ii" tfralof church Server rfWf'best thai "'tan' eorqina UTHORITATIVE in style beautiful in finish and reliable In qunlily, Giiorgino ore the logical choice- of exacting and 'caretul butjcrs. The Georgina trade mark dislinguiahea these shoes of quality and refineftienl from ordinary Con Went of (lie (uperlorily of Geoijina ttw nakcra kike prije in pUring the "Gnrgbtn" mark on Itttir you vi'l want (o buy brand