Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY .THE I ffTHTOlDCE DAILY 11EBALD S PCMtONAL will regret to learn of the of r. ml 5-- V. r'Mrs. Chas, McKay and Uq, little sons have returned'to the city from qalgary. 'l'he friends ot illis will bo iorrr tkat on' account forced to nture from The Moody Bfble Ih'stltuto in Chi HIM Watson will be In Leti bridge a diyi thon go on to whan her patents aro now livtog. -who. fias been Vedi fine Hat, rtturned hptno tlih titter- Friends will regret to learn tha ha -V from recently necessitate lOou an operaf toil' had to b'e lertoraed. Her nuny friends extend Incero for a speedy recovery. are from 4.30 to C DvljBA'la i'n f 9 QA ,6. Brldie.ta placed from 2.30 to. '.'entire arrangement la undar iiiupices of the Sir AU-iau- sympatiy ot a wide der Gait Chapior I, 0. D. E. circle of friends Is extended K. ot P. hail, through the death ot Mrs. and will W. H. Cartwrltht and 'MUs IJllut' Schweitzer left tbls morning for where thf y will the aext of will rtgrtt to learn that K. O. Blundell ot MedtclM Hat operation on Tuesday.' Mrs. I. V. Manchester his return- ed iron, the Van Hurlera hotpHal and U convalescing satisfac- torily at her homo. SOCIAL" ol masle will be glad test artisU, Icclur it, physicians, lawyers, and BO on uch women feel that they owe It to selves, their several professions nd fellow-sisters to be well resEed, and not to have It slid icir sej, that when members tbereo chieve' success they lose femlnlm harm-i-namely Interest in pretty and a disregard for the such in spreading.the rloc rlno of tho esthetic wherever thoy o. last toolh ot tlic great.-.Uiiiloha.. hlin- r.Vniier tho high, aliar a silver eti inside- the silver .cusket- geld casket, inside the gold casket, JJijngtf-'JJew iu. for sleeves it season DeicfS'wo-see rr.nch effect here. In c-mcaulimc. our u-ili no looking like tho franl row of'tbo On Face and Hands, Itcliod and Burned, Cuticura Heals, 'My baty was only month old When htr fat ind darted to get rtd and scaly. The eczema otarted in the form of wfcler sters od A ilchsd and burnsJ.. Shu was co fretful ohccouli not Eled-p. "Thla iaoted nlao months when I trkd Cuticura SBC? find Cintmcr.t, ond threecakca ofSoc.pwllh !TTO boxca cf Obtrnent when shs waa hdbd." (SiEnni) Iilrs. OsaT Fillcn, Ambentburg. Onlirio, May .'Cu'.lcuia OintmeetUKl Tcl- cura are all you for all BaihoivUh Soap, soothe- wlih Oir.trner.1, dull wrth 'lalcum. 2fe, thrsuahoallhsr ARE BEGINNING TO .WEAR St-EEVES AGAIN IllOG "Do you' n -Toronto airon the other flay, got such 'a ock. 1 saw such a' nrctty .ypiing Ing In'.i girlish tarn, simple .coat U furs t 'out of a motor, ;I.look- and looked at her before 1 -realized 10 she was. I have only seen her evening affairs, nnd she always ears' Such 'blase glittering, decollete ocks that I 'thought sho was at least rty. lint she only looks sixteen .In street Is a jade casket, .Inside ,tKB, jade casket .la an amethyst, casiieti inside tho ometliyst a ruby; Iriside.the; ruby an emerald carved .out cud in the emerald, the tooth. 'A tooth in, Kaiidy five thousand years, and, not decaypd yet. Gaudy decs not actually cause' Ihe- teeth to decay, but It does offer. a Tel' of 'encouragement to the -bacteria ct. decay. .Candy and all, forms of sugrtr- stick' to tbo tcoth'and 'pack into -tile. grcioves or sullc of the molar and bi- cuspid leeth.' of, .courso sugaf- makes u syrup 'Of the saliva wblcli- bathes every' surface oE every -tootli and leaves a sticky 'layer ot est media, or 'food, tor the' bacteria- of decay. When the tooth is, .free Irom decay the constant eating of candies and a very sure ot stacting something 'und wlierj decay! IIR'S' already Btai-Kid.'it -will help-the: bacteria more than anything you can do for..ibcni. T u -Ko onp cruel .enough to siy that anil grown people loo should not have candy, but since candles and' all forms of sugar known to bo particularly favorable. V.tp, decay" of the teeth tthv not have the candy 'and avoid the decay.' Thls-.can; be. dpno -'by hrusumg (he tooth verr 'thoroughly a'tei nating candy or sweets.' there are n tbe'-Trioulhj the- th cleanse theni properly, they 'should filled immeiliat6lj If think as much ot ybtir own teeth as thp H ndus of on will takf ra.o of them. AS EASY AS A.B.G. Simply 0X0 Cube into a cupful of hat stir with' your OXOVis ready. What could 'be more convenient! A cup of OXO is' Rpbd at ill is ready-, a minute? It keeps one brimming over with health and vitality. CUBES TINS OF CUBES., Dress; cjillcs, heard so loudly i 'oronto, says Cornelia, in the Toronl 'elegrarn, will ho relieved by n fash on aulHorily's observation on .the las brilliant night (it the MetropoUta Opera In Now York. Slio says "There was a marked absence la ifght of tho cxlrcme dccollclage. 0 hf; contrary, it was Interesting noio return ot sleeves In cvenln gowns and the increase In-'lhe leiig tho Mils. Tlicse arc two noU :liut stanii out prominently In 'the viovv ot the mill-summer opera to ettns. "Generally speaking, the audicnrc represented H study. ot black, white. iml grtjen, with a of, orange; There weru any numbcViof'blflck Vol- vot gowns, many ol them unadorned. In exception was a velvet robe willi deep V filled In with lulle, and out- lined on, one side with tailless er- mine and on the other with a long epray of French "Green, which has been prominent in many opera nights Itils season, was nga'ln running very nearly tnc gtiniut of this hue, with blue deep tones especially prominent." Corfi6lia hoars' someone aay, is WITH usr A SACRED LECTURE ON MUSIC IN WESLEY' CHURCH Sunday Evening, p.nA- '''AND ?i' On Tuesday, February 10 Refined Humor.. Good Music Classic'Drama H ASSISTED by MR. JOHN BOWMAN, SOLO VIOLINIST wen; Children (under .BUY YOUR TICKETS WESLEY CHURCH MEMORIAL ORGAN.