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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i 1 - .11,1 J ^1. PAGE ELEVEN LABOR SUPPORT PGR tEACiUE OF NATIONS f4 LONDON, Dec. 27.-In a letter written to Lord Robert �Cecllj who .will bii the British ' representative in' charge of all que*-tions flffeeflnfl/the league of nations at the peace conference, J. Hi Thomas, secretary of the National � Unibn'of Railwaymeo^ declared that lip section ol- the people In this'country would glv4  more hearty co-operation and support In his efforts to establish a league ef nations thaii the labor movfcment, ' ". CALGARY 'MAN DEAD CALGARY, Dec. 27.-The body of Matthew John Barr, head of the plumbing contracting firm of Barr and Anderson, of Vancouver, who died here on ChrlstmaB'Eve. was taken to his home city last night; > �: .> .> >  �  PERSONAL * ? >. ? * �� > > Friends oC Mrs. C. Crest Who reci*n1-ly underwent a serious operation will be pleased to hear that she is now doing very well! Mr. and Mrsi ir. Bailey announce the engagement of their daughter, Hilda May to Detective .W. S, Staley of Lethbrldge.-Macleod News, Mr. and Mrs. M, Ure and family who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .f. Glayzer have returned to their home at Pincher Creek. Jliss .T. Bixby who spent Christinas at her home In Maybutt, has jreturp. ed to the city. �  '. � Rev.C, B, Cragig has been in Cal-g-,ary with his parents for the Christmas season, \ "Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jamieson spent Christmas in Medicine Hat. Miss Marguerite Hunt, of Coaldale, Is spending .the week end In the city. nirnil)fir8 and adherentH ftf Mir United Cliuicli that thero" is only ope iver-vine for niibli(; .fforhjiip torn'orrow, iianialy, jtic! utiH'niflg .sorvlce ;it 11, whicli all am urged to attend. Then; will l;i> a union ovangelical Bervlcu in Wesley church at night. ... The ladies' aid of St. Patricl ? WEDDINGS �: * : >> : : : Miss Ina McCambly to visit in-St, Paul. left yesterday An Irivesthfignf Not An Expense EXPENSE is expenditure for -aome-thing which leaves little to show for the money. Investment la expenditure which buys something permanent, always of value. Money spent on good dental work ii an investment of the highest order. By such an cipeu-diiure you buy permanent too'h c^rjifort, better digestion, enjoyment of your food, a clean sweet breally an;l you improve yourself in appearaiice a hundredfold. Think it over and then decide to come to our offices at once. Our expert examination emtalls no obligation and remember when you antrust us with your work-- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. t$. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETMBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-1J6A EIGHTH AVENUE E, . EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCk. -Mr. and Mrs, Fred Henderson ai^d Mr. and Mrs. H. Wllmot; of Bow is land were Christmas visitors" with Mr, and Mr^. J. JI. Henderson. ��'',.�',,'�" Corporal John Livingstone, who spent the Xntas season with his -parents in the city here, has returned to his headquarters in Calgary. * * � Dr. Gallivau left yesterday on a business trip to the east. While there' he will visit relatives in Kingston, i' *   �:  CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES �.  O 'The Adult, Girls and Boys depart-, meat's oE the United church will meet �tomorrow afternoon_jn the church at two o'clock sharp to -listen to an address by Rev. W. J. M. Cragg, returned missionary from .Japfin..... *.�.'�' The rehearsal for "Queen Esther." will be .held at the G, W- V. A. auditorium tomorrow (Sunday) at 1,30 p,m. All those participating are urged to be prompt and bring vocril spore. Kindly note the change of practice hour, \ The pastor wishes to remind the A SUibborn Cough Loosens Right Up Xhl* Bane-mide remcd,r U * wonder tor, qnlck miiKii. cUeapljr nutdti. The prompt and positivo action of this simple, inexpensive home-made remedy in quickly healinir the inflamed or swollen mcmuranes of the throat, chest or bronchial tubes and breaking up tight couffbB, has caused it tn he used in more homes than any otiier cough rtmedy. Under its healinir, soothing influence, chest soreness goes, "phlegm loosens, _ breathing becomes easier, tickling in throat stops and you got a good night's restful sleep, The usual, throat and chest colds are oonquefed by it in 2-1 hours or les?. Nothing liottcr for bronchitis, hoarsn-ness, croup, whooping cough, lironchial asthma or winter coughs. To make this splendid cough s'yrun', pour 21/3 ounces of Pincx (50 cents, �worth) into a 16-oz. bottle and fill tho bottle with plain granulated sugar �yrup and shake thoroughly. "You thoii. have 1(1 ounces-a family supply-of a much better cough svrup than yoix could buy rtmdv-made for $2.50. Keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant . Pinex is a special and hicWr coii'r'. centratod compound of genuine Norway pine extract and is known the world over for its promptness, ease and certainty in overcoming stubborn coughs and chest colds.' To avoid diaannointment, ask vonr aruggist for ounces of Pines" with full directions, and don't accept unything else. Guaranteed to give-absolute satisfactidn or money prompt-Iv refunded. The Fines Co,, Toronto,' Ont. B U RROW-FOXTHEIM A quiet but pretty wedding was ."lol-emnlzed at Calgary on Thursday, De oember 26, v.'hen Miss Anne Elizabetli Burrows, of this city, formerly of Yorkshire, England^ was xvniledi in mar' to Mr,-I>ouis Fonthein o� Yorkshire, England, now of Edmonton. The bride looked vniy charming in a go\yn of white .cashmere with hat to faatch, the cereinony being i>er formed at the Methodist church, only the Immediate friends and relatives ofrthe bride:and groom being prese"nt. After the ceremony a reception was held at.the home of the bride's par-.ents, Mr. and Mrs. A, Burrow, Mrs. Fonthein.has. many friends in the city, having been hero about a year and prior to her marriage being a valued member t)f the McDonald Co, Mr. and Mrs. Fonthein left for Edmonton where they will-make their home. : ' J=ddD BOTltRb FLASHES :p > : :>s G( and isn't getting it at Kome ougKt to ttke matters into his owr* Hands, and write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee - Perfedlyf MaJe" We mail it free to e-Oerp man (and WomaA, too) �who appreciates a delicious cup of coffee. Write today for your cop^. CHASE & SANBORN - MOMTREAL Blerwiei J �nd Raut�n of "Sml Bmnd " Cajftt ^ fliljiirtli, ^e�ii>tKtiiiI mib Joe ^cifoal fnt cill*. E�tiibli5he(J over fifty yeaft All Departmentu from Klndetsnt�n;ta UnlTeriity Matrlcoliitioii. Fot Ckleiidtr spplr to the fiurur. Classes resume Monday, Jan. 13th, -|0 a.m. Boarders "nter Saturdai-", Jan 11th. ^ S Last ials And Your Last Opportunity to Buy Pastries, Short j EVERYTHING MADE ON HOMmMADE PRINCIPLES PRICES FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY All pastries niade from puff paste. Regular per dozen 50e. Monday and Tuesday, per dozen .............. , Short Bread,rregiilaV per dozen 50c, Monday and AIV�� Tuesday, per dozen , ..r^tVC Cocoanut Cookiesj r'e|ilar per dozen 30c, Monday - and OC^ Tuesday, per dofeen .[.�."., �*�v Scones, fegular 'jjer' dozeni 25o. Mondajy and Tuesday,' P^'' ^(jg Rock Cakes, regular per dozen iiuc, Monday and Tues-�|| day. pe)' dozen .... '�UC 40c , Fruit Cake, .regular. p?r pound 50c. Monday and Tuesday, per pound L-ayer Cake, regular ench.JlBc. Monday and Tuesday, > OA- ' each ' ..... JUC-: Lunch Cake, tegular, eacli'35c' v Monday and Tuesday, OA- each....., ... ''VC,/ Jelly Rolls, regular each 25c. ^ Monday and Tuesday,- OA- , eafch ,:.;.':-..:......*Vv,- Fruit CookieS^, Sugar Cookies < and Parkins, regular per .doztin , : 25c. Monday and Tues- .^Q^v day, per do�en Kirkby's rt-t - 606 Third Aye. S. License No. 5-238� 774? A:9D ;