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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i PHONE 1224 IOCIAL aud Mrs. Hamilton enter- tiiuoj" tlm members of Stephens at dinner last eve- nUiK- very dc-lu :.UTJ dinner was iHTved, followed by an Informal musi- cal oveniiis, which wtis much fnjoye by tJj.j have bci'ii living in the tjiy for scv- fral hasro returned to lafce up their in Cards'ton. Mr, and Mrs. tl. N. lacker have tht-lr sueil the former's mother. Mra. ;C. A. Hunt, of Milk Hlvcr. r Plight l.ieut. I'raier, who 1 been the gucil of Mr. aufl Aire. J. for a, couple of weeks, has retunu'J to Ins home in High Hirer. ilr. A. A. Southard ol Calgary, a vislior Ja the diy. Mrs. A. K. Uunlop returned to the ty yesterday Irom Victoria And will remain here until lUe Bummer. Siltow will sail for Knglaiid this ivcek to Join her husband, tho Hon. A. L. Silton, In Kntjland, On KrWay at the home of Mr. unit Mrs. V.Mh Sued nnrUi. interesting sot-tiil event was field in or llfcir nMt'sl daughter. lieclsli.'tw, iriiaphin 10 Army Life-Sav- It bolhg her twentieth I'i.-thJA.v. ,tiventy young people .it tended this affair and af- h'r Ouitity refreshments, inter- 'stinp-. were enjoyed by all present. Miss was' the rod- of many useful prose Jits, the ev- t'liing Jbeiiis brought to a cioso by 5iug- ius "Auld Lang Mr King yard o- PERSONAlr- s, T, M. Evans Kilt yesterday for ton, where her fitm' Ciulel Win- Evans, is ill with appendicitis. Dr. ami Mrs. NVT. Beeinan, who CHURCHES AND 80C1ETIEC 4 o o Knox rhureli ladies' all will meet (U three u'clojh in the sthool room of tho church. New uicmbora and comers In the church will be heartily welcomed and.ii lull attenrtauco ol 'all numbers is urged. As the mcellnK will .start promptly at :t o'clock, col- lectors for syptyiualip; giving are ask- ed lo niuke their returns early as On behalf ol the Ureat War Yeler- atis Corp. Thompson wishes lo thank thopae wlio look part in the Sunday ovoniiig aleo Hie girls w had charge of the rollectiona, The annual meeting of the Loral Council of Wotncu will be held In thy IjiisfincLH of Ixuox church ct 3.45 to- morr'ow afternoon. Each society is asfced to send in a short TC- For Biliousness Biiiaiisness is a. common form of indigestion. It is brought on by food-waste which the stomach, intes- tines and bowels fail to expel. If you will take a fcvr doses of Beecham's Pills, when bilious, you will soon. rid yourself of the impurities, relieve sick headache, stimulate the liver and bile and tone the stomach. Healthy conditions are quickly re-established by using BEECHAM'S PELS Ciracbni Vdvw lo W St a in W4 Ererr Bin. port of the thivyear. Important business-will bu brought up amj it U hoped that u large gathering ol the women ol Lvth- brldgo will meet there. Tli? Children's Shelter acknowledge with thanks Hie sewiug that was Alterta institutes which will take jihite in Calgary on. March 11, 12, nnd U. U Is expected that liioie will he about SOO women frotn port of Alberta present. lialfour lo lionndur- ies of Defeated Countries Al Once is a growing feelinii hero! tfiui the treaty of pcaro slinuM fi" j perfetti-iJ. nosv that ib': i of (tie F'H'lcty of iin-I many of ilii; of its i-oiiatruc'iion. have beni agreed upon. Arlliur J. Ital-; [four, tin; British foreign secreiary, is upon a proposition to fix the j ll11111111 j territorial boundaries of tho Uefeaied i naUons at once ami promptly couc-luite peace with the ciipniy as so constitui- The program would then be to go r. J. At- i on with ;be settlement of thft other j i reoiainins to be solved under tht rules of the of nalion-i- i i Kven if the effori tu si-tuiv final ac- lion on ihf; sotitty rif by ihe Wilson's Uepartnrf should fail, it in by active sponsors far i plan that thP ultimate SHOCKS ot the I utidcrlaains in reality leen aBaured through thf aJoiUkiti by j ihr In'l fOMfercncc nt its second sea- siou of the declaration which polfiiiiu-. jy bind? lue delegations to lhfl t-rfealiou j of such an with ilio print- j jury object of averting further warfa RIBBON TEA Rich! Strong! Delicious! It stimulates a man for his work in the morning and helps him to forget his troub- les at night. Ask for it. mi mm S E ATT I K, Ke IK 4 V nion 1 abo r leaders today continued laying plans for a gcnoral sympathetic walk-out of all Seattle union men at 10 o'clock Thursday iiiorntns. Seattle in Rt'ueral to abandoned all hope (or u peaceful seUIenieul of the strike demands awl made ready to along is well as possiljle with crippled in- JVUCTI0N SALE Next, Feb. 6th ON THE PREMISES, 635 EfGHTH STREET SOUTH AT TWO SHA'RP FRANK WADD1NGTON _ FAVOURED WITH MARR8 WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE HOUSfiHOLW FURNITURE: Antl Kftecls Including: Scl of solid oak (lining chairs, leather seated; .flfilld extending dining .table; fumed oak buffet; splen- did DAVENPORT IN MISSION OAK; Ihreo ConGolcnm mis- sion oak lounge chairs; onk Mntr darpntlns; chiffon- ier; MAHOGANY DRESSED with Ic-rge ovfll mirror; Oftk Ijall seal; hnil trimmed beds complete with sprlngfl and maltresa; oak drosser and Blarnla; rangbj very fine CABINET TALKING MACHINE 6mlJrecords and larKe'qtinntKy ofVmaller TERM? CASH PROMPT ATTENDANCE HE4PECTFULLY REQUESTED WEDDINGS 4 0 A quiet but pretty vrcfrltng was sol- emnized in Wesley church, Leth- bridge, on Saturday afternoon. Kelt. I, when Miss Lillian Pearson, younR- est daughter of Mr anil Mrs. C. I'. FcursoTi, ol Albion Iltrtge. formerly of Northumberland, England, -was united in to Mr. Herold O. Kut- ledge, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Hut- ledge oE Albion Ridge, formerly of Illinois, 13. B. A. Only the Immediate friends were pment. Her. C. K. performing the Thir bride looKed charming'in a dress of AID REPORT FOR JANUARY Trains mei, 172; people 61, of whom 15 were young girls. Positions wore1 found for three young girls. A young ivortitm'arrived in the t-lty from England with.'a snnU child. Her friends failed lo meet lier, and the Aid ftsW'd'ir she coulii assist; she said if she'" could gel a jrtioue raJl oiit they would fn for her. Krie'uils were communiealcd-with ami'came in at once'. An ohl'latly caroc into the har! 110 money and not any friends in the 'city. The Traveller' Aid took her toi tlie transient'boriiej alslancc coutd friiJhds' in the :l MARY CAMERON. Travel! NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER MEETINGS1' Simply dUsoIre Peps tabTct In your mouth. Your breath thetnedlciail Fine vapor, which li relcMcd, to til pirti of the where a liquid medicine could not possibly reach. This vapor dc- itroys all germs with which It comes in contact, soothes and hcnUthefnflamcii membranes and fortified you against coufflis, colds, sore throat, bronchitis and gtlpjir, Pcpf contain absolutely no harm- ful driifs and are therefore the safest remedy for children. On Monday .night in the Salvation Army cihiJol before u crowded hmise W. A. iVuchaiian, M.P., gave his iilus-' trated lecture on bis visit to France. Adjutant" [rainihou opened the mtct- ins, and the Imnd rendered selections. Serst- Russell jirayed. Captain Me- Kcnzie occupied the chair and in ;i .short speech expressed liis rlcasure jin'tafjing jiarl on behalf of the gooil j irorlv Ihe Salvation Army has (lone 'nnd is doing for the general welfare of the poor and fallen humanity, also the good work the army is doing for the boys in Franco, Mr. Buchanan in his lecture gave a thrilling and vivid description of the scenes al the front, of (lie nohle part 'our boys played on all parts of Ihe froni. The speaker truly impressed the audience ulth his reference to the gigantic work Great llrilaiu lias done in all factories and .shipyards for bringing ihe .struggle foe liberty to a finish. lie spoke the heroic work of the women of. France anil Great Britain. j II. Daw son moved a vote of thanks (n Mr. Huehanan, to chairman ;nnd to Mr. Taylor, who took charge of the lantern, Sergt.-Major TullocK seconded llie vole of thanks. The meeting was closed by the people all standing while. Lthe baud played God Save the King. Adjt. and Mrs. Hamilton desire to thank all who tuok part in making the {night's proceedings a success. article, write across It the name and date of this paper, and mall U (with Ic. stamp to pay return postage} to Peps Co. Toronto. A f r c c trial packet will then be sent you. All drag- sell Peps, Cincinnati Mim Telli How To Shrivet Co So They t'lft Out. -Ouch 2 Thin klml ol rough lalk will be heanl bcro fn (own If people troubled with corns, will follow Hie fiJmjdo Rilvlco ot tins ClncliinaU authority, who claims thai a few drops of a drug called when applied (a R tender, aching corn slorja aoroncas at once, anrt soon the corn-dries up nml lifts right out without lie says frcerone {s a sdcky stth- stance '-.vhjch rtrles [mniedlatclj- nerer Inflames or even (rri- laics the surrounding IT8BUO or skin, A quarter of nn wlrfch coil very little at nny drug store, said to IJG sufficient lo rnbrc every or Kofi 'corn or cailii3 froTii .one's feel.. Millions of American women 'will Ihb announcement sinco tho auguratlon ot (he District' North. Her. K. ,1. HdUgina. Section Mrs. Hart, S2S J2th St. C. north. Section 2 Mrs. 0. Hie- len, ]2S loth St. X. Section Wednesday, Mrs. Brwn- ton, 1S34 5th Avc. N. Section llltchtc, 1705 Gill Ave. X. Distnct East Director, Rev. C. K. Craig. Section I AVednusilay, Mrs. Uafoe, 120S 3nl Am S, Section GT-Wetlneaday, Mrs. Cope- land, 3o09 Cth Distnct West. director, Hev. 0. .Curtis.. District South... Director, Hcv. V. Daefoo. Seclioji 2 --Wednesday, Cnslles, 909 St. soiUh. District Central Director. Rev. WednesdiiVt Mrs. 211 10th St. south. The took place ID Ibo city yesterday. Kebruary 3, of George Hyssop, 20 years, sou of Mr. and Airs. Abrabam ilyssop, of Xorth Loth- Iridge. The late Mr- Hyssop hart only heen ill a short time, anil >vas brought into Hie tUy from the fami for treatment, but was carried ol( by the ravages of influents. Ho is sur- vived by Ills parents, who are -well- known old-timers of the mid by three brothers nud sisters. Thu funeral will take jilaco tomorrow, Mac-Kay Bell heing in charge. PAIUH, Kph. supreme coun- cil, at its incelltig today, agreed.lhat fluesHons in the statement, ot Pro- niinr Venizeios concerning Greek ter- ritorial InttTft.its in the peaee should be rofprreil lo a commis- sion of oxperta whose, duly .ft, be. to recommendations tor a Jnsl seUlcment. The commission will be composed of two represent-ilKen each from Iho United the British, Kmpire, France anil Save" Your hairf Make 11 Thick, Wavy, Glossy and Beautiful At Once, .Try as yon will, alter an application j i ot you can nol fiucl a single J trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not Itch, but what ivlH please you most will tic after a feiv use, when you ece new hair, fine and 'downy at really new all over the i scalp. A little Uanderine Immediately! I doubles the beauty of your hair. N.-i difference liow' dull, faded, brittle and, scraggy, just moisten a cloth with j DanderluR nml carefully draw HI J through yoisr hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is iin-i nnd liair will' be light, fluffy ami .wavy, and have an apnenrancR of an incom-1 parable lustre, softness and luxur-j iancc.' tho btiauty and shimmer of j true hair health. Uet n small boUic of Knowlton's Uanilorlnc from any drug slora or toilet counter, nnd prove lhat your hair is as pretty and soft as it has been neglected or injured by' cureless treatment. A small trial not--; ilc wfll double the beauty of your WAS ARRESTED ON EVE OF WEDDING WINNIPEG, Feb. 4--UGUI. Con- wny Kfiward IXtbba wasicliAirgcd In Iho lioUce court (his. raornfiiK with the (lioft at ihc point of a gun of a hook', containing 20 express money orders front Koy, a CMnamait, nnd wllli uttering nine lorgrcl inoncy'ordyrs for 550 cadi. Dobba wag rcmandeil until ych. on bnil ftf IWOft, Xo nlea wag cnlcfeil al llii-0; preliminary inS. Dobbs wag arresltit lasl niglil at n local bold .while tlfng, whfrfi' wna place1 within hour. roUinicil aotdler inn if nas'bec'n nndcfgolng' menl at (hc'frbnl.! Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO 585.00 A WEEK K yon cannot three years ]n hospital or arc past hos- pital ZKQ Itinlt, scnU uninc atul postcard for year book bxvlaSninK the f'. S. X. "Ilome-Prncllfo. Sfetlioil ot study- ing (rained nursins. State age. The Chauiauqua School pi Nursing We Have De- cided to Extend Our 20% Discount AGRH.VP MAXV PHOPLB Phoned nnii ivriUen us lUat they could 1101 visit our last month and so take advantage or tho special 20 per cenl. discount wo then cSJC'ied. So to be fair to all ire htvo de- cided lo continue. this special 20 psr cent, discount during this month of Feb- ruary. Twenty per cent, ofr our regular very moderate charges effect you a hig savine. Call, phone or -write at ouca tor an appointment Out-of-town patients will easily save the price of their railroad fare by means of this special discount. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art T Prs. Brunerr Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry 7 PHONE 3J53 Ott Elk., 4 Doors from Uthbridje Hotel, LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA CALOARY EIGHTH AVKNUE L EDMONTON CRISTAUL BLOCK. lo Quarter Cut Oak Umbrella clear, to E. E. F. Oak jarclinere Stands, to clear, each FEBRUARY SALE ODD PIECES FOR WEDNESDAY AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES. Fumed .Oak Buffet Fumed Oak Extension Table. Fumed Oak Pad Seat Diners SolidMahogany Upholstered Arm Chair Solid Mahogany Upholstered small Chair 12.00 Birch Mahogany Upholstered small Chair (Above chairs arc covered fn denim, '.vc will cover sarao tree It cus- tomer supplies tapeslry.) i 2.00 Birch Mahogany Upholstered Arm Chair Covered In Quarter Cut Oak 3-piece.Parlor Suite (Jacobean finish, lapeslry covering.) Old Ivory Bed, rubbed finish, (o.clear E. E. Magazine Rack -v.'.- (.00 E. E. Rocker, genuine leather covering E. E. Chair, genuine leather'pad seat E. E. Hall Chair, quarter cut oak, cane seat......... SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR VALUES. BAWDEN BROS, HULL AVENUE S.' PHONE US. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. ;