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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL PAGE FIFTEEN PERSONAL Mn. Hocklnj, o( Magralh, rho vlaltlnz In the guwt c-i Mn. Oeo. Williams. Wrt. J. D. Htglnbotluav ceive tomorrow. I not re- Mrs. Mtxrell ajTisito'r in Calgery, the pleat erf Dr. Auil. MtM D. mi, Ilufner arc Easter YUIlort Mlsa A. In Mr. K. Webb left this after- ILOH 3088KCOUGHS noon to spend the vacation a his home In Grassy Lake. Mr. G. P. Burni, ot Edmonton, form irly of Toronto, will make his resl- lu the city.- Mrs.'A. C. of Calwry. who I in attendance il Ihe Presbyterian W. Vf. 8. conference, a guest In the home ol Porter. The. many, frleadi of siri. ,A. ucsmoa-wlll be pletwd tojleanuthat the Is recovering froia her serious ill ness and operation..... t, .1 Mre. Wni. i returned home from where she -has viiilUng atr, alaUr, >ho hag-re- cently, undergone 1. serious, opera- tion. -v i The minjr Marjory lilsinbotham .will be pleated to.bear that sue Is recovering nicely after an attack o! la grippe. Mr. Hecfor Lobcau, of spent a few days In the city. Mrs. Geo. J. Ketnm sou Harold eft this atierBoon for Calgary where .hey will Join Mr. Kemm. Mr. and Mrn.'Kcmni kill k future reside In 'algary. TUo many friends of Mr. David Campbell, of Hardtovllle, w.ll be pleased to hear of his continued pro gress after his operation In the Gait Hospllal. Oa tho occasion of Mr. It. Xormnn Bell's transference to the branch of the Bank of Montreal In Belwoiit. he was last night, made-the recipient of a. beautiful engraved "mahogany desk clock from the membef5 of the Bank ol Montreal staff. t Tlic Lcthbrldge Oily Ploe Band welcome Ihe arr.val of Mrs. Uivld Nellson and family. Mrs. Neilson Is tho wife, ot tho popular "big drum- mer" in Ihe band. Mr. and Mrs. Neil- son wlH be "at homo" to their fricnls at the Mansions ou .April 1th. CHURCHES AND, SOCIETIES' night, gave four recitals'In'the Cen- tral church In Calgary a year ago, and at the'fourth rec.taroh Gool Friday, about five hundred were turned away ;hs' was requoilej lo repeat her reading' on Kaster Tha same .-ending will be given tomorrow, Sign of Ihe and ttio''public cannot afford to miss this treat.' The ladles ot St. Patrick's church w.ll hold tlislr attractive whltowcar and pantry sale on Saturday in tbe old chureb. There wtll bo no lea served on account of Ihu Nursing Mis- sion tea being given the same day. Tbe Big ct Kuoi church will hold their ninth annual banquet oa Good Friday at 030. At extensive program has been pre- pared: Tlie tua given by the Wesley Ladies Aid on Wednesday afternoon at ihi liome of Mrs. Gcorgo tVlHson realized more, than Mrs lift Livingstone asslsled Mrs. All Miss W. M. 5. OELEQATES Tbtrty-ono delegates are attending he provincial conveuttou of the M. S. of the Presbyterian church Inj Knox. Lethbrldgc. The following list ot delegatefl are given with tho names ot their hcwleasea. The list Jaffray. Mrs. Allen of Edmonton, at1 Mrs. Stewart's; Mrs. McLood and Mrs. Wilson, Medicine Hat. at Mrs. Denocnx; Mrs. Bremnr-r, and Mrs. McQueen and Mrs, of Ed- monton, at Mrs. Mat'-.. Hop's; Mrs. McXIchol ot High Rlrcr, with Mrs. Craig; Mrs. Bryans and Mrs. Robin- son of Taber, with Mrs. W. F. Nel- son; Mrs. Allison, Pincher Creek, with Mrs Brcule; Mrs. >Magowan and Mrs. i Howe o! Calgary, with Mrs. Palter-; son; MIsa Smith, and Mrs. Brandon rf MeJIclns Hat with Klsher; firs. Claxtou and Mrs. Walker of Medl- cho Hal, with Mrs. Cerlyle; Mrs. J. W. Kldd of Okoioks with Mrs. Joe Young; Mrs. Bertles, Pincher Creek, The Store Of Scenes D W LEST YOU FORGET We Are Makers Retouching: and on Sample, Manicuring, Special Coif- fures for Dances, Marcel Waves, FrentJi Pack, Electric FaciilB We remove-Superfluous Scalp Speclallit. We ,use Up-to-Oite Electric Appliances. Open en Eittar for 'conveflknce of Our ClltnU. Ladies 'Hair Dressing Parlors HULL BLOCK 7th STREET S. i GROUND FLOOR PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT, 1710 On Etster, Sunday: morning ley church, of i Lord's Supp'er w'ill'bfl-c'elebrated, service io commence 'at 10.3C) a.m. The; passion week meetings held in Wesley ball will end this evening. As-some were unablei tp secure scats last eve- ning, extra ciiairs have bcon provided for Ibc lalc-comera.''- Tbe meeiing opens at 8 o'clock. 9 A sacred concert Kill be held at the Majestic theatre ou Easter Sun- day evening, commencing at 9 o'clock. Tho regular monlhly meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the Y. C. A. -.vill not bo held tomorrow afternoon. Miss Slegcl, who IB lo give a recllal In Wesley churcfi on Good Friday cut the Ices, and Mrs. Johu PROMPT RELIEF for the try two or three KMIOIDS neali, diuolrtd en the your stomach new aid to MAufi BY scdrr t MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION ____ storie.arc how we are better able tpitHsplay pur-" New and Up-to-date JEWELRY in and store: We carry select and dependable lines and our prices are exceedingly moderate. We shall be glad a call; C. B. BENDER i ri 331 Fifth Street I bad tfoublcdwtthi n roy fane wbidi loolitho fonri of A" anh'. Hoie.oot 'en try, they Isched tiled'ccjjB blkd, snd thin I.would try tkxiprcnd Claai7.t. II vrca ret long tho risb .bcjnn to tud I iiad Scap tnd four cf Cuitziezt, hcrJod rr.o." (Ci JMd) W. Z.I yzxm, Paris, 12, 101? Cutlcuta Seep to cleaner, Cutlcuri Ointment to soothe and had. J Sottt OUixcr.t 25 End POc'. tlirou :n. Cme Et. Ui-. -ra Eotp tbcves V7 HOT HuntJreda Tore disappointed.last year, that you may not Id dlsappollltd, S. C. SHORT MANAGER :n serving. Mrs. Jtarjmvwas in charge of life home cooking table. Disrlug Die afternoon Mrs. rendered excellent music. Tjiere will be a preparatory service In linos church at 8 "o'clock Ihls eve- ning; CbnlribullonV for the St. Mary's Easier decorations are asked to .be the church at 5 o'clock on Sat- urday.' welcome to Rev. Major Barrow on Tuesdny, Apr! Mh. at 8 p.m., in the hall. Every parishioner is asked to be present. Ifoly Communion wlif be held at St church on Easier Sunday 7 a.ra; Refreshments will be served 'n IJia parish hall adeniards. There will bo P. servlc at Mary's church on Good Frida al at which parents will als be welcome. ThS Junior patrol, Girl askeSto attend choir practice on Frl- dayfil 8.16.......... As SOCIAL 4: evening is assuredjthose the Alberta of M, on Friday, in th'e K. of P. hall. ;.l of tho in tbe Masonic- hall Wednesday evening wh ch -by the R. gffcial the "fourth of "of-dancea to be by Ibis society and its sue amply evidenced by the je" number and .they are becoming raofe.popubrjand patronliei as "'tlie season advances. For those facilities fc-r whist wen prdy'ileil, but It -was -evident tbp. nraotjcally all prefeWed'to danctf. The musip rendered by ('liapell's orchestra wastiill that could bo desired and daricfei's thoroughly .enjoyed- them- selves. The, object kpf .sucli .-gather- 'o foitcr ;i. better, spirit ol frieiidfihip and comradeship between mcnibers of Ihe different1 departmeiits of the C. P. H., was gained to Ihe fullest decree. f 't1 W. M. vtlh Mrs. W.'Clirke; vith Mrs. Garden, lacleod, iarrop and Kelth'-of vith Mrs. A..MuIr, Mac- end, with Mrs. h' of XRW 'Qiyton vrtlh Mrs. Drake: Miss Brown pf Granum, Bowman., JAPANESE "UAEOR: PLANS FOR MAY DAY TOKIO. lApril organlza-' IS Toklo are considering plans for jointly observing May Day. This will he ttrsUflccaBlos of its kind in Iho'history'ot Japan, and leaders expect to carry out a gigantic dem- onstration lo inako.knowa their griev- ances and ,Tha of the day and, If the pasacs the Diet, tbe eight-hour day of labor Socialists will parti- Eggs For Easter Whether for eating or coloring, we have the eggs you want. Phona Orders Delivered frompllf PER DOZ. 50c AVe can supply your Easter table the choicest of Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits and Delicacies, out any fancy prices. Swift's Premium Bide Bacon, sliced, per Ib. Swlfc'e PeainesI Bac- on, sliced, per Ib. Swift's Premium Hams, sliced, per Ib. Swift's Cooked Ham, sliced, per Ib......... Almond Paste, white Dove, IB, Almond Paste. Dove. !fes, each' Maraschino Cherrias, per boille 70c 65c 60c 65c 72c OC- Jut Tellers, Huntley Fancy BlccnUi, Ib............. end Paulln'6 prlceE, per 60s to 75c FRESH FRUIT Florida Grapo Fruit, Bananan, Table Figs, Turkish -layer, -per Ib 55o Table Turkish natural, per FRE3H' VEGETABLES AspararJs, Head Let- tuce, Celery, Parsnips, Car- IDJS. Turnips. Onions. PHONES 313 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE TT 1 here Is Yet lime la Uo Saturday'will be a busy day. Come out as early needed alter- ations to garments can be'done for you before closing time. NEW ARRIVALS IN MIS5ES'AND LADIES'SUITS .Just to hand by express a nice as- sortment of small women's and .women's serge and tricotine suits. Priced at up to We have others from up to ALSO NEW COATS FOR SMALL v WOMEN arid Tweed Coa'ti. Priced at up to OSTRICH FEATHER NECKWEAR A Bhipment Just to hand from the mahunct-i .urer., slyles (or aster wear ia natural urown, and wrhile. Priced and i BUNS "v ones yfcri'to'lt's essentlrii Hint you Ehoulii hnve (ho hest. You'll X If, novor tasted treat. 'f._ .i Tlicy nro made from Klrkby's own recipe, Iho one for which lie won n gold medal. Tho currants, peel, egga, etc., arc the very flneal obtainable. ,Tho sggs. used are absolutely frosli, not cold storage. Klrkby's Hot X Bnii'B are not ordinary1 buna willi Iho moik of o cross. They aro jomethlng very spiilal. Of course, like all good Ililucs Ihcy cosl more lhan Imltnlions. Tlic price Is We' dsllclous buns could not bo made anywhere nl less than <0o. per dozen, and nowhere In bill 'aI Kirkuy's can you buy anything so gond In Cross Duns. ,i AT 8 THURSDAY, APRIL ht, KIRKBY'S HOT CROSS BUNS WILL BE READY FOR YOU. :r Call this .vffir in plcntr of time You'll Enjoy Them Ttfi adeiroon session of the Pres U'omen'fi Missionary Society inut'in the Knos Church Auditorium alZ.Sb o'clock, .willi lha presldont. Mia McQu'eon. of Ulmonlon, In Ihe chair The' devot onal exercises were teken Tiy'Mrs. Mlss.iSm'.tli Mrs. Wilson, of Me'llcfnc Hal Pre'liyte The.-preaidetit's address (oliowed, In which she gave Utanks Tor peace. ShoWctI tlic great opening ol service for r'Tfomcu In our day.- Referred lo of th2 General Council hell in M8y last. She also spoke ot tho cratlon of Women's Foreign Mission noar'S of North Atncr'cn, by which we jolrT'forces on hfhnlf- of great move-' mcn.tfi whlcli can only be arlvnncerj hy-pWslstcnt and cfforl. Also; cdefaiioii of' Woilie'n's Boards ot O'-ii-'a. the pres'iltnfs! ltkcsg, :7.-lll Ii3 fill and 111 b'is' Fivailabie lo ail Vuxi'l'riJs.'1 Mra. A. II. Denoiin Rave Iho Mission1 reporl, nhovVng a nii- o in numbers, in'ero-t and con- tribhlions; 0 new banrts liavo been or-1 tranlred and jiow totpls