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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 New Spring Goods Now on Early purchases at favorable prices now shown in every department of the new spring goods that you will want to buy early on account of the' scarcity in many lines and constantly advancing prices. NEWWHITEWEAR NEW SILK UNDERWEAR NEW WAISTS ATOLDPRICES NEW SKIRTS NEW CORSETS NEW SWEATERS NEW HOUSE DRESSES CLARKE NEW CURTAIN SCRIMS NEW CRETONNES NEW WASH GOODS NEW; GINGHAMS NEW. DRESS GOODS NEW SILKS NEW HOSIERY THE STORE OF QUALITY GROCERIES Soap, Lenox Laundry, 15 bars for........ Soap, Milady Toflet, B.for 35e Scouring Powder, Bufl Dog brand, 3 pckts. tor Z5c PEMONAL Mr. Xorris Sio'tzo arrived home to- day from Winnipeg where he lias been attending a lumbermen's conven- tion: 61'4 3rd AVE, S. LETHBRIDGE Green, of Ibe Gall Hospital staff, graduate of the Koyal Now Zea- land Hospital, left this morning Cor I Denver, Col. will visit in Eng- "and before returning to her owu liomo in New Zealand. r Mrs. Edmund-Hocking ami son, liur- dette, of Masralh, are spending a few days In the city, the guests ot Mrs. J. T. Paris. Geo. Mclvoii, ai was a week-end guest in I he city. Mrs. G. Allison returned from Ihe cast on Saturday. gown ot royal blue and was unatiend- eil. After congratulations, etc., tho ;uests enjoyed a wedding dinner which was served by the Misses Mildred and Eva Cooper, sisters of Iho bride. The r couple left for the east, there to spend the winter at St. Catharines, Out., alter which they will return to :beir'homo iu Faith. A very pretty wedding took placo at the home of the pastor, when the Rev. Oliver Curtis united in mar- riage Mr, Win. Stearns, of Calgary, and Miss Irene Addis, of Calgary. Tho young couple are going to take a trip to Iowa, the former homo of Mr. Stearns, after which they cx'pcct to re- turn to Alberta to reside. The marriage took place In London on January 31 of Brigadier-General W. M. King, formerly commaudanl of the fourth divisional artillery, and belonging to St. Cnlhaiinos, ami Se- Illna, daughter of the late. Brigadier Hon. Francis nrldgcman, nnd tho wl Laighton Invlu, who has been visit- dow of Captain the lion. Lawrence ng with his father, left on Thursday Kay Shuttleworth, imperial artillery tor Glrvin, Sask. TURKS FAVOR A GERMAN ALLIANCE SALONIKA Jan. Komal Pasha, the leader of tho Nat- ionalist Young Turk movement to. An- atolia, declared in a recent speech at Angora, that.the Turkish people as a whole favor collaboration with Ger- many according to advices received here. Ho added that in his opinion the persons responsible for Turkey's riitrnnco into tho war should not bo (mnljhed. tlbteWeefe in the'.Cite Churches Knox Presbytery of Macleod will meet hi Knox church ROBUST CHILDREN A child should not look pale, thin or worn. Such condition denotes malnutrition. To keep up growth and robust- ness a child needs a plenitude of food rich in vitamins. scorrs EMULSION abundant in growth-promoting properties, is an ideal supple- mental food that .could well be a part of the diet of every growing child..'' Children alwaya'do'well- jTyf on Scott'i EmuUion. A Bcnnw. Toronto. Or; 1J-1J Tuesday and week. On Wednesday ng, afternoon and evening. All ladies Wednesday of this Friday, .4.15, Junior choir practice; E p.m., Senior choir :practjce. -United Joy Scouts. Tuesday Girls in Training. Tuesday evening En- deavor at the home of Miss Karleinan, 181S Cth Avo. A, North. Tuesday, 3 meeting of tlie Ladles' Aid in tho hall. Wednesday, S rally in connection with tho Forward Thursday, 8 choir gives tho Woman's Aux- iliary wiil have three sessions, morn- The many friends ot Mrs. J. D. Tuv- r.ey, who was considerably bruised when slie suffered a fall al the gate ot her homo early Saturday morning, will be glad ttf know that she is rest- i eldest son of Shutlleworth, o Gawthorpe hall, Lancashire. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES much easier and she expects to return home from the hospital today. Dr. Howard Dixou, graduate of Tho annual meeting of Ihe Macl-ico Gin Tin" served schooUoom on WeihieB overseas is locating 10 a 'V ako the different secretaries' report the different secrei The'many local friends of Mrs. hc The J. Ec.kst.oriu wjl! regret to learn thai Scrub Brushes, special, each............ 2Sc Clothes Pias, sprinf, 3 dozen to packet, each 29c Oatmeal, Standard 10s, per sack......... Oats, Rolled, 20s, per Vinegar, Holbrook's small size, bottle...... 25c Sauce, Tip Top, per bottle...............25c PHONES 313 and 1513 TO OUR OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS We Ship All Orderj Same Day Received. THE FIRM FOR SERVICE the three in our city, showed" by its in Edinburgh, presented for report, that It was always ready to lend n helping band wherever heeded and had raised funds to help with such a cantata entitled, "Esther, tho Beau- jbreat h! Invited. In the evening Rev. Capt. Muncaster will give an address, to which tho public aro invited. Thursday, 3 nieeUng of. tho Ladies' Aid. Collectors for sys temaltc giving call during Tveek. Wetley 0.30 p.m. Fire Girls will hold their fourth supper, following which, will tiful in the church. St Augustln's Amalgamated Church 7.30 Qirl I ago. Shi be held an ait talk' en Reuben's "Asceat From the given by Miss Newman. .Monday, 8.15 meeting of-1'the Progressive Club. to Scouts prsc- tlce In Y. Wednesday, meet- ing of the Ladies' Jtii. '.V i Wednesday, 8 'rslly. Thursday, 7.30 meet- ing of the Doy Scouts. Guides Company No. 1. Tuesday, 7.30 ]i.m.--In tho clna room, Boy ScouA Troop No. 4. Wednesday, Parish hall, Brownies, the Wednesday, 7.30 Girl Guides Company No. 1. Thursday, 8 Y. P. A. 1 practice. Christian Science Society, Hull Block (ground Heguler weekly Testimony meeting Wednesday even Ing at S o'clock. Christian Churchy-Regular board meeting at the home'ot'ihe to- night.... ,k Wednesday, practice at prayer'meeting at 8.30 sharp.''. Friday Endeavor social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kessler, 712 llth St. S. (0 fall ana arm a couple of weeks now with her daughter, 15 been it is as many ladies of tlio con- s possible will be present. v delegates, members of the has arrived of the W. M. fl. and Company's; store. c- SOCIAL EVENTS >.i. BAWDEN BROS. ANNUAL FEBRUARY SALE A HOME FURNISHING EVENT OF EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST Living Room A Suite Specialy Priced at Chesterfield Chair and Rocker. Guaranteed upholster- ing covered with a very fine tapestry. HALF-PRICE TAPESTRIES, etc. A splendid clinnco to have your fur- niture recovered at a moderalo cost. Silk Tapestries, Damasks, Repps; all at Half-Price DINING ROOM SUITES FUMED OAK SUITE 'Jlnfifct, Xrttcnslon Table, Six Chairs. Special- OLD ENGLISH SUITE Eight nieces In tills popular finish. Special Couch Splendidly upholstered, nrqil in good quallly M A Sale I'rlce.. Library Tables (JoOd strong ,fnmcd oaV Iju- rary table, hook racks "i 7 r A atr Price., fl I Jardiniere Stand Soild ninliogany. r AA ular- 513.50. [Special DtUU TAPESTRY CARPETS A few of tills makp In onp slzo only, 9x9 ft. This is Quality, at actually loss than to- day's factory OO CA Your %hoico. Our "Regular" fric63 on car- jiots arcs' Miter'-than cinls." V THE PROOK OR A 15 IN THE SO COME WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT, at Special Prices T.wo inch continuous post, W. H. heil, all sizes. OA CA Special iU.DU StralKht post glylq Ijert. 5V. R. flnlFh. nfl Special..............fcQ.J-ll Complete Bed Specials W. K. 'bed, spring anil liiat- anil mat-. H. spring Ircss, at 2475 CUPS AND SAUCERS, 6 for... 1 dozen WINDOW SHADES, complete, Tlio Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. E., are.'hpplng tor the hearty support of thV, citizens -generally at aud musicale on Saturday- afternoon nci', Feb. 7tb. They are serving tea during rauslcale. Phone Mrs. Pcnnefatber (1517) to reserve you arable, "'.Mrs. Fairfield Homo, wbo was the giiest of -Mrs. C. E. Morris, Calgary, was the guest of honor at an informal bridge given by her hos- fess on Thursday afternoon. WEDDINGS Ibe held in the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow eve- ning (Tuesday) Instead of Thursday, nt the usual hour. Members are asked come prepared to lake gym. The women of Moo'cheart Legion will hold a social in the MOOEO hall on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Re- freshments-will bo provided by the ladiea. good work as, tho moving of the chil- dren's shelter, tho Frank Sanltorlum, the Navy League, the Traveller's Aid; Ihe Auxiliary to the V. M. C. A; and others, besWes carrying on their own special work as a chapter. The Major Jabk Ross chapter, I. O. D. E., reported along tho same lines as the other chapter, ever ready .to respond to all local appeals, yet never losing sight ot Iho alms and objects of their own chapter. As tho hour was lato the reading of the reports of tho remaining societies was left till tho next meeting, To all the affiliated societies the Council is Indebted for their hearty sympathy and to-opcratiori during the past year and trusts that united II will be able to cope wljh the larger opportunities and greater responsibili- ties of 1920. Tho following are the of- ficers for Ihe ensuing year: Bawden. Alex. Smith. Recording Sec.-r-Mrs. H. Holman. Coi1. O, W. Leech. W. P. Craig. Conveners of Standing Committees: W. L. Hamilton. D. A. Taylor. W. S. Ball. M. Cameron. Homo R. R. David- 2.500 to a fund for !crippled ren. Before lier farewell tour ho hopes to huve; he crippled little ones. Scnool teachers'.' salaries arc :to ho Increased in West AustifalliL Tho oyc-rnment has approved of the fol- owing increases: .Minimum pay for unclassified schools to be raised to !7SO, including ijoubo tllo-.rance; ninlmum calary of mala assistant." ot 21 yeare .of; age, to bo raised to ?760.. .ilucreascs 6i other salaries under aro uuder consider.i- lion. The History and Current Events De- partment of the Mathesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Hugh Boyd, 5U 12tb St. S., on Tuesday afternoon. Kvcry member is urged to ha present. Local Council of Womsn Holds its Annual Meeting Care ot Mentally J. II. Rivers. Child Tilley. Organization of Women in Industry T. Taylor. Objentionablo Printed J. F. Simpson. Strange as it may appear, it is now considered that tho best substtmco vvllh whicli to remove from a highly polished car such spots- as uro made by road oil or tar, is butter. stronger the" butter tbo better. It should be laid.over Ilia spot and per- mitted to stand tor halt an hoitr, when it will soften tho .material and allow it to be removed with a piecu ot cbccsecloth. In the midst of pur Canadian win- ter it is stimulating; to read that as families of British troops are arriv- ing In India., witho.iit .EUSi'hatSs all units In-AldcTshot have been warn- ed that these aro necessary after passing Suez, aud must be provided beforehand, A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING A very pretty wedding took place at the home oC Mr. anil Mrs. R. J ioopsr, when their eldest daughter lertrude Lavlna, became the bride of Omav E. Maddaugh, c' Faith. Rev. ilr. Taylor, of Foremost, performed he ceremony in the presence of Smme- Hate relatives and friends. The bride obkeii charming in a satin do chenc The Coune! annual meeting of llie Local of Women was held, in tho Y. M. C. A. auditorium Friday, January PyoTThca'sinfedinggennsCMseniany Medical science hasproven this. Diseased conditbr.5, which not long ago doctors were nimble trace ID a cause, are now known often to bo tiio result of Pyorrhca cermo that breed in pockets about Ihs teeth. Rheumatim, anaemia, disorders and otter lave bCKi-triccd in many ctses to this Pyojjhw infection. 'Don'flct PyoffhcafVork ils wicked mllonyowrbody. Visityourdcniistfre- quently fortootnand gum inspection. And match your glims younclj. Pj'or- rhca, rAich afflicts four out of five pcopk over forty, bcjins with tender ana bleeding Eums; then lha gums rc- ;certe, tho Iccln dcc.iy, loosen and out, or must bo extracted to rid tho systemofpoisonsBcnoralccicUlieirbasc. Foihan'sl'or ttio Gums will prevent check its progresi if used in time and used consistently. Ordi- nary denlilricea cannot do this, For- Iho ftimahard and healthy fceth white and dean. Start us- ing-it today, i i has set iii, Use fornan's accordine todirectlor.a and consult a.dcnliEtinia-.cdiately for Social treatment. 60c lubes in. Cinaua nnd ,11 your-druggist'cannot supfily yoii, tend to usdircct and vrfll mail iulib FORIfAN'S, LTD., Montrfel 30th at 1 11.111. There _ivas a largo j rciircsentallon from ihu Ttitiwrr.tEx'. soc- ictiea: Mrs. A. Smith presided. The secretary's report, showed an increase ot five societies so that now the council lias fourteen of the leading women's organizations affiliated wilt) During tho year the council had tliB good fortune to have visits from Mrs. W E Sanford, president of tho Nal- lonal Council, nnd from Mrs. 0. C. Ed- waris, provincial vice-president, both of whom save inspiring and educative addresses. The Tag Day for the Child Welfare Clinic met with a fitorc generous re- sponse this year than last, and so we were enabled to provide more milk for more babies than during the prov- i ou'3 year. Tha community playground was In- stituted anil through the generosity of the. Lelhbrliigo Amateur As- Boclalion, it substantial checiuo waa given us for this work. From the small beginning we were aV.o to make In 1918, we hope to, not on'y proviile somo equipment for the pl-ygrounds this year, but also a com' peleit supervisor for July and August. The treasurer's report nhowed that the mini of J1.S6I.S7 had been raised during tlio year, and there wns n bal- on hand of ?237.74. Tho reports (if the various convenors of tho stand Ing committees showed progress in each line of work. The various chnrch organizations rejinrto-l Hint ITiey nail not only ef.rrlst on their own Individual work but hm also assisted the council in Its var loua activities, such as Tag .Day C.ifeleri.i Tea and Religious Census. I Miss Tljley, superintendent of tho Women's Relief Society gave nn able I report, covering her work .In th Child Welfare and iho Mother's, Per slons MovtMiicfil, and sai.1 that' Ih iloolora 'asktii that tho .mill. sliitlon open all yoar, Insfea. of from .May till November, Tho report 'of the Homo Nursin Division of..tiio St. John Ainlrolanc irjnt '.vu: few in numufcr. they Avcre allvo I their opporlnnltles, anil had'rcnderei great during both, 'flu epl (Icmlcs. nrathlng (ho'need for a ot Klrst nnd'Home Nursing ,b; every onp.'the, secretary flaked.for deeper Inle'rojt to In.lhesi ilie next dnsscs'v.-cr formed. The Slkokotokl cliapler of tho I. 0 DAK .while, tho youngest chapter.'o Tho record of life runs thus: Man creeps into into youth, sobers into into InEo second child- hood and slumbers into tlio cradle prepared for to be watched nnd cared Giles. Tho famous comedienne, Miss Vesta Tilley, now Lady do Frece, at a largo tho end her farewell engagement HAD THE. GOODS? ON Something heS-1 me to the spot on 'which I stooB.; I. tlic of rustling skirls and' found myself listcniog to 'he ff voices which I zouM ijistinct- ly hear in my hushand'.s bed- room. 'Thure' were -two- ff one a man's, loud and reckless, tho other a "woman's, soft ttnd cautious. No need to toll my- self whoso '.Hey Striking from Hall Calne's "Tho Thp i 'Ga'vcst -which ''cqiuvs lo the Kmpress Thurs- day, Friday aw! Saliirlay of this week. Avoid cro'v.-us by viaiting a Advert. ft tf .j, Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S O-PEN-tRATE SALVE is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils so-that you will, be continually inhaling the vapors while in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars ;or ether public places during an epidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs ;bfeathed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve before the germs can reach the throat. FOR THE SICK Place One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in the sickroom, The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated salVe makes breathing easy for' the .patient. It-induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone suffering Spasmodic 'Croup, Asthma, Birbrichitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, Whooping-. Diphtheria or The Healing Effe'ct of the Vapor- relieves the patient .arid is very comforting, Price 35c' per box. If -yoiir 'Druggist hasn't a'ny, send 33c in postage stamps" to Paris Medicine Compnny, 193 Spadina Toronto, and, a full-size box will be YQuiprornptiy.'' ;