Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY; FEBRUARY S, 1920 i HERALD 4- Cr o ot Frank, who is a palionit in Gait hoepltal, will be pleased to learn of PERSONAL his continued satisfactory progress. MM, Esmi'rs will receive Mrs. Ponniifsther tomorrow. witli .Mr. anil Mrs. Hoy Mile's end guests in .Calgary. Miss Joseio Bruce ol Couiperca is tho guest o( Mrs. E. J. Bennett, 323 Mrs. Craut Clark and infant son nc- illh Street South. Misa Bruce', has coinpauisd by Mrs. Rogers left for been a missionary for nine years at t.'laiesholm this morning. T.lio many friends of Mr. V. llurrell I one of tho large Indian Reserves EXCESSIVE ACIDITY it at the bottom of digestive ills. Ki-noiDS for indigettion afford pi cak- ing and prompt relic! from the distress of acid-dyspepsia. MADE BY SCOTT BOWSE or SCOTTS Cet-Rld''of Every Bit. of That Ugly f i Dandruff and Stop Falling Hair. and will speak of Jier work at the- Woman's Aitxlljarrr, the Presbyterian Church .ori "Wednesday alternoon in Knox church. Miss Bruce Is well knowii locally, resided hero for several years. Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell Aird re, turned yesterday from their honey- moon trip lo Calgary. Tho many1 i friends of. Mrs. R. B. Morden will be pleased to learn thai sho is 'fible to again, after her severe, illness. it v r' i Jack 'Tombes of 'Calgary- spent week-Tid with friends In the city. .Miss Florence Fair of ,Macklin. has coiue relatives and s'at the present time a.guest.of'Mrs. larper. i Tho many friends ot -Mrs. Alfred Mitchell will be delighted to know :iat- aha Is making-: progress after her recent'operation In Gait'Hospital. Mrs. J. C. jfho iras called east by tKe' and sub-' sequent death ot her mother, returned tanne. yesterday. Miss Ethel Metcalfo has.returned to tho city. r- t .Many, friends ,please.d to learn of the continued improvement of Master Murray Bell. f Miss Serthi Boiiltoi left'on Friday to assume: her: .duties'iq the Merch- ants Bank, Barons, .Lady Longheed and daughter, MisE Dorothy, eipeft'tb leave snortly on an extended-'trip to Japan; Mrs. H. Helton'of PincheV Creek 'Is spending a few days In the city. freshments were served ut the mid- night hour. j t t. laVHatlons have.been Issued byllie operato'rB and electricians, .of lh.o Ipcal government telephone office for o dance to be given In Harper's hall on Friday evening of -this week. The same good music provided on prev- ious occasions has been secured and an excellent prograuuno has been ar- ranged: Tho Young Ladles of St. Patrick's church are Issuing invitations to a Valentino dance to bo held In Har- per's hall Wednesday evening, Febru- ary Illh. Any of their friends, who attended .heir previous dance and through some oversight have not received In- vitations; kindly phone, LOSS'.in the evening of 1180, during the (lay, tor same.; Redmond was tho hos'tess of a Informal tea yes- terday afternoon in honor of Mrs. teraou ot Champion. The announcement by the ladies of SU.PMricfc's church .that they, will hold ah at hoino on March jndcca be welcomed by many who at- .ways (JcllEht In Iho pleasures afforded by thp, enterlaihuienfof this body Watch for further announcements and in tho tneaiiUme'.keep'' open for this' ILL DECIDE FAIE OF THE SI ORE OF Its powers and jurisdiction, Immedi- ately at tho cl05B of Ilio Quebec list of cases. As western and maritime province cases are heard.before jhe Quebec list; Vress is considered likely liy counsel thai OTl'AAVAi. Feb. Cauadiau at loast three weeks will elapse before private deliberation the board of commerce case comes up. which lasted for about 15 minutes, the In soiling the date. Sir Louis Davles, nrpreme court this inorniug decided chief justice, Elated that counsel must lo hear the application of tho board Tile their faclums withiu three weeks, of commerce, for a determination of The court would hear as many coun- sel cs possible, but tho chief justice Intimated that representatives ot various interests involved in the case might ehorteu proceedings by, uniting where possible. Tho chief justice Informed counsc cburt had, decided.tbatja de- now pending before, th board ,of commerce should be hrough to attention. This was preferable t merely arguing tho validity ot the statute creating tho board of com- merce, a proceeding which was sug- gested by W. N. Tlllcy, K.C.. A. W. .Green, appearing for the rescent: Creamery staled .hat his clients were particularly anx- ious to bavo tbein disposed of at once. The 'milk situation in Winnipeg was unsettled, owing to the fact of there ueing no decision.: llo expressed the hope that the court would see fit to put the case down for as early as pos- sible. WEDD1NQC t f A marriage ot interest to a very rale cjrclc of friends took place ftt itgh noon today at ionic, Eighth Si., -when Rev. Father McCafferty performed the ceremony nltlng "Maria Ida Maddalena, only daughter of the-late M. J..0done, and step-daugliter of Mrs. F. M. Odone, of .52 Victoria strcBt, London; S. W. and larvey lliff Wallace, third-eon of Sir. and Mrs.1- J. H. Wallace ot this city. The-bride, who was given away by Bris.-fien. J. S. Stewart, wore, a gown of ivory satin with-boiiice of Georgette crepe, embroidered.in silver and pearls with, court train heavily embroidered and lined with Ivory crepe, wearing a :ullc veil- banded In orange blossoms. Tho bridal-bouquet was-a. shower pi Ophelia roses. Tho wedding march was' played by Mrs. J. S. Stewart. Mrs. W. II. McLelland, matron ot honor, wore a'gown of grey georgette. Mr. Hazel Wallace, brother, ,of, the groom was the best man. After the ceremony a enjoyed. Mr. .anil Mrs. Wallace left on 'the afternoon train for Calgary, where they-will spend a day before proceeding to New York where the f I 1 To falling halr.at once and rid Ihe scalp of every particle of dandruff, get ja'-'sfnall bottlB at nnyi'dnigr or toilet counter for a. few rV-iiUlB in your hand and rub .Veil Into the scalp. After several dandrnft naually goes and'hair-stops coming ont. Hvery hair In soon shows nfrr life, vig- brightness, thickness" nad more SOCIAL'fcVEtfra i.'- t- Mrs. R, Rogers entertained most d Tin Imxcs of )-2 tablets'cost .but Always buy MI unbroken nfew cents. "Larger'IJayevy pickngea. Tlioro mist Ecy Aspirin Is ths Irajo tn Canaan) of Bayer Manuftxct'tni otMonn- Jiccllcacldcstcr.ol' KallcJ-llcseW. 'while; II b vrell known lhat AzpLrln aaElnl.tbp Bllbllo-.tigalnst tha Tablets of Bayer Company Kill tie Blanipcd wllli'their sentrar tratlo Ilio "i3aycr CroEs." i i i F ii i tr ON SALE WEDNESDAY ''MorniriB' a.m. 560; Mra. McKillop; .Jlbll Call; Ausiilary Reports: Colo- WifttJ'-Cowloy, Lethbrldge, Mac- loodi'Kew Daylo'n, Fiiicher Creek, 1.50 Hcporl, Mrs. Denoon; Lilera- Mrs'.jW U McKenr.le; Sirorjgers Ileporl, ".Mrtj' McLcod; Reporf, Mrs. Bryan; Praycft'; .Mrs. McCluro; i M.eLeay.; Minutes, oi Annual-Meolihg; Minutes of Mornllip Session; rtcsldcnt's Art- (irCSai1 GurrOdin'iiUlljig port, Treasurer's He- port, Jilri. I'Mslier; Address 'of Come, Jilrs. Ucnonn; lleply lo Address of Welcome; Holo, Miss Patterson; Address, Miss Bruce; Hymn 538, verses 1, 3 and 5; Report ot Is'nmln- atlng Commltlce; .Offering; Paper, The Forward Movement, Mrs. Allan; Prayer, Mra. Hnlton; Paper, Mrs. 811; fttjtv, Mrs. Grit- nth. At six o'clock supper will bo served lo all delegates, members of Presby- tery, hostesses, and lo all members ot Iho Missionary Society. Tho evening session will bo con- dueled by members of. tho Presbylery at S p.m. ns'scmbly, of delegates Is dxpeclcd lo bo reslslcfcd ami ft is hojied .iho oonveiiUon will nnrpass in Four excellent new skirts in this lot. sand, taupe, amethyst, green and black. Made from a good quality silk poplin. The greatest skirt bargain we have sver offered. While they last we offer them MAKE YOUR SELECTION 'SIZE, and COLOR ii WEDNESDAY MORNING THE SIMPSON CO., LTD.