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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHOAV, FEBHUAlU V; entertainment was thorough! J enjoyed br the patioiits at the sanatorium. 'Again thanking you, I remain. Yours very truly, (Sgd.) L. TURCOTTE, Secretary. ri EVENTS NEXT WEEK'S HAPPENINGS The following social eveuls Uivo been auuounced for the coming week. 'Each one is certain to be largely at- tended: Tuesday. Feb. Y. P. A. hot social and dance in Harper's hall. .Tuesday, Feb. dance in K. of bill, udder auspices o! R. Social and Athletic SL Patrick's church dauce In Har- per's Tim rsday, Feb. tUe homij of Mr. and Mrs. M- L. Normau, 5lh .Ave. South, -under the t.cspjces-ot Weaiey. S.- Valentine .dauco i-.i of hMUokotokt froni California' tat It the giiest ot her parents, Major and Uurnett. Hammond will Join family la a week Then they will proceed to Ottawa. are pleiscst to report tho satis factory prr.sress of Miss Hendrie who recently underwent an operation "necessitated through her .unfortunate fall-on the Ice. J. B. Woods, of Pincher Creek, spent Wednesday In the City. Stanley Buchanan, of Eiinipn- tou who Ihe city attending tho funeral ot uts.mother, Mrs. .Wil- liam Buchanan, relumed to Ih9 caoi- til city last i :i j> Many Lelbbridiiais i will be! Inter- ested to leara that Miss Alic_e "ardie, ;wbo IB fcoht' enjoj.ed the in- (ornuil dance arranged SjrMhe enter- tainment committee of the Interna- tional Brotherhood of Electrical Work- held In Harper's ball liil evening. The iuisic provided the dancing was a very happy eve- ning was enjoyed. A social and daucp Is being given by tho Canadian Pacific ttailway Com- ptiiT Social and Athletic'Club in tho K. ot R. hall on Tuesday evening neit. As this Is the first function to be held under the auspices of the club, tho attendance of every person Inthe em ployvof the C.P.H. Is urge' Cars v-.-m for the honvewWrd journey by guests at 2 a.m. and Judging by the '.enthusiasm of the committee In charge this affair Is .bound to be one ot success. Every employee of the C.' H. Is eipected' fo" te prwe'rit, Tuesday evening, Feb. 10th, in the K. of P. hall. The program commences promptly at 8.30. i', i'The G. -V. A. PERSONAL 'V Friends will regret lo learn of. thp illness ot Mrs, [Rev.) Ripper'andjplii. with us la wishing a speedy arid com-, plete Mr. A. M. Grigs left on Thursday for Calgary, Steltler and Edmonton iind will bo Ebscnt from tho city dur- ing thinnest -.week. G. Hammond has returned Versify has been honored, .'with the appointment of captain of (he Wyoming Unlversily Girls' Debating team to represent Wy- oming in Ihe inter-collegiate debates this This jgivcs her member- ship to Delta iglgma Rho., the national debating society, and entitles her to a medal for. the captaincy.ot .the team. f Mrs' Archie McCorvie, who has been spending a few days visiting her sis- ter Mrs Blenuerhassett, Taber, is spending a few days with Mrs. F. Hick before proceeding to her new home in Maple Creek. ,r Mrs.' Sapera, has been the guest of Mrs.-.D. C. Macmll Ian, returned lo her home, yesterday. -Tlie'iriahy friends.of Mr.VBlenner- hassett, of Taber, will be pleaded to 'know that he bos sufficiently recov- able to return10 his home concert which-will be held io; the. Ma- jestic theatre promises one of i beat yet conducted. The follow- ing.altractive [program has; beeu pre- pared and will be presented as jounced: Opening chorUsj "O violin solo, Comrade Bereaford; cornet solo, Mr. Miller; cornet duet, 'cello soto, Mr. K. R.'Mclntyre; solo, Mr. Parson; solo Mrs. Bennett: Stolt; recitation, -Miss Smith; piano duet Mrs. Cull and Mr; Wright. God SaVc tho King. Miss Gwenn Bowman entertained a number of her playmates yesterday in celebration of her birthday. Games and music were enjoyed a dell- clous lunch served. Thousands of housewives have found llicy ran save two-thirds of the money u'sujilly spent for .cough lions using the wolWsiiown'old reel] lor ranking cough .syruji.- at ho, f is simple ami cheap but ll has no Jor prdmiit-rMults. It takes'Tisnt.-lipId of a coujjli rind immediate relief, usually Etojyijnx an ordinary in Get ZJ-1 'ounces of Pines (50 cents worth) from' n 16-oz bottle'iind odd plain grnmilstcd syrup to make 1C ounces. If you jircfcV, use clarified moksses, honey, or torn syrup, instead of surar syrup. Jiitlier way, it tastes pcr- Ernbsflne'Sebumaim-Heink, famous ill at her home She.has WEDDINQC composer of the as his last composition. Brapiff, of.Plncher, Creek, was a visitor in our cily this week. That the efforts fit those of the city who went to (he Krank Sanatorium and gavt. a'concert id "cheer the boys Following a romance which began two years'ago when ho was iu New York on his way home-to- Montreal from active service with the Ca'uadiari forces in France, Lieutenant Gltz Rice, a Canadian song writer, on Feb. 5th look as his bride. Miss Ruby Hoffman, of this city. Miss Hoffman was once or. the legitimate stage, appearing 'in a number of successful productions, and is now in motion pictures. o 0 CHUROHES AND SOCIETIES there were fully .appreciated is evident from tho following leller ot gratl- tudo: enTand raises the am! I' -f_ NolhinjJ M. listtcr for spasmodic' croup, hoarseness o'r'brpncliiaV.'Gslhmar Pincx-is a spKial cotic'en-' trated compound of Koiiray Tire known the vrorlA over for its hc-ilma'clTeH on the membranes. .Cily. Dear' I have been inttructed by the com- mittee In charge of the Catholic Arms- Hut Fund, Lethbridge, to wrilo and express my thanks to yourself, Mrs. faction ror money priimptlv Pinci Co., Toronto, Ont. refunded. at thn Fr, I am glveii to understand vthSt tnis Don1! Trust to When ordering Tea, but insist on getting the Iii CHILDREN ENTER QJJR 250tg ANNlVERSAllY ESSAY v i SEND IN YOUR RErtJES TO ONE OF OUR STORES BEFORE FEBRUARY 20th, 1 920. One Hunijd arid Twenty-six Prizes To be awarded for HUDSON'S.BAY COMPANY." PRIZES IN EACH Junior and Senior. first W of J5.00, or of npletely Fitted Bicycle wiih Spotlight, etc, e Ps of' Marconi Wireless Rectiytng Set Wrist Watck .ZZWmcIiesterRepeati nera; 15.00, or Complete Carpenter's Set; Tools, Beautifully Dressed Doll five Piizes of oi Fifty of a Beautifully Engraved Certificate of Good Work If you do not want any of the prtiei mentioned above, we will obtalr. if possible, to the. value of the p'rie-you.hire won. All will be issued In the niturp of certificates which will be TAKE, corr honored by the Company when presented any of. our atorti In Alberta. Never Disappoints Black, Green or Mixed Scaled Packets Only. I I f. 1; In the United church tomorrow the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. Provision for this will foo made at the morning and eve- ning services, but the Session of the churdfi request that all who can con- veniently do so, partake ot communion at the morning sen-ice. Members are reminded to bring with them their Communion cards. A reception of new members will-lie held at morning service and all who are joining the church are asked to-attend at 10 o'clock. V1 V An executive-nioeting of.the-Galt Hospital Ladies' Aid is called; for -Mon- day afternoon at 3 o'clock at-tb'e resi- dence of Mrs. Pennefather, R. N. W. M P. barracks. The G. l.'-A. willhold Iheir regular monthly meeting on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the I.O.O.F; hall. Tho regular meeting of the St. Ail- guslln Parish Auxiliary will be held on Monday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock in'Ihe'parish room. All members are requested to bring their thimbles and be prepared to sew. The Art Needlework Club will meet Monday afternoon at tha home ot Mrs Livingstone, north of the C.I'.n. track The Ladies' Society lo the H. L. B, will hold their regular meeting in tho I.O.O.F. hall on Monday evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Every member is requested to be presenl. -The regular monthly meeting of tho Nursing Mission Board will lie held on Monday'nfternpon at -1 o'clock in the mission. 'Every member quested to be present. READ THESE RULES CAREFULLY 1. The eompolillon is open to all members oj public aa4 private schools in the Province of up to .the ase ot IS years. Members of liigb. school and linkers- ttios are barred. Dssayi, when ba graded Into TWO CLASSES, JUNIOR and SENIOR. Junior Grade will cover replies received; frpm children up to ind including the age ot 11 iSanlor.'Grade from to U years inclusive. Prize, 'of the'sainelvalue and number will bo awarded each grade. THERE WILL COMP1OTTION BETWEEN THE TWO GRATES..; 2. .The subject of the essay will be "A Short History, of tie Hudson's Day covering the whole of Ha life up to the present day. 3. assays are to consist of not more than or less than words.. 4 Bicli'bompetitor will atlarti to her reply a cer- tlflcate, signed by his or her teacher, giving the com-' 8ge, the school attending, and the class'ot the competitor is a member. 5. Essays will bo written in .the compelllors own hand writing, and will be judged lor neatness; spelling, hand- composition, anil accuracy as lo statements. 5. Competitors will forward their essays in envelopes "The Manager, The Hudson's Day Com- .panyV''.at Utp store arc residing before Feliruary. gbthKlMO.- Envelope will be nlarkcd' distinctly Competition 7. lake The judges' names will be announced later: I S. The winners of all prizes will be. announced in thri '_ y f 9. The first prize'ih each' grado nvlll lie presented to the successful competitor by, the Governor of the Company. Sir Hobert Ktndersley. IE tho euccesslul corapelilor does net "reside in a" city thai the Governor the Company will pay nil necessary expenses .to enable the to come, into the presence of.-tho.Govercor.for GRADES JUNIOR AND SENIOR EACH GRADE A SEPARATE COMPETITION from the Slkokotoki Chapter I.O.D.B May, 1919, lo Jan. 31, 1920 I Recelpls Donation from Girls' 40.00 Membership fees............. 4G.OO Juno 20, Dance "Tho 256.20 July 1, Dance..........V.... 123.97 Oct., Hallowe'en Dance........ Badge Pins 1-05 Rebate on cheque sent to l.O. D.E, Nursing Home 10.00 Interest on cash in bank..... 1.90 of the Daughters ot the Empire was organized hero yesterday, with larry Burkholder, of this city, its first regent. Ontario is the fifth provincial chapler lo be organized and it is oped that Alberta will be the siith. Over SCO delegates wore present. ft Hardy was present and in.replying to -year elwted Bvery man in the cit> Expenditures Charier Eipenscs 2.00 Stationary, postage, etc...... Expenses: in 'connection-. "Follies" Social after General-, Stewart's Address 7.50 Social July. :1.50 ExpenEes rb Dominion Day Banco H-9 IS WITH US! A SACRED LEGTURE ON MUSIC ipfeLEY CHURCH Sunday lEvcning, 7: 3o On ReHned Humor ASSISTED by MR. JOHN BOWMAN, SOLQ VIOLINIST etch; Ch3dren (under 50c. BUV YOUR TICKETS IN ADVAf.'CE PROCEEDS IN AID OF WESLEY CHURCH MEMORIAL PIPE ORGAN. Tho Women of Moosehearl Legion will mpcl on Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the Moosb A full at- tendance is retiuesled. "9f SlKOKOTOKl CHAPTER BALANCE SHEET Following is tho balance sheet ot Long distance cAll Flag slaft and base '-J.4i 3.00 GALT HOSPITAL REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1920 OLD CLOTHES DYED MAKE NEW GARMENTS Express re shipping1 books Frank Sanitarium.......... 130 Lethbridge llernld .printing slips 2.00 Klrkby's .'4.10 Robertsons................... .15 iyr'.50 Ixjcal Council 2.M Issued a. I.O.D.E. Nursing Home....... 10.00 Clarkea 20-3S Travellers Aid, 55.00 per month Ocl.y Jan........ 20.00 Children's Shelter 141.70 W.A. Y.M.C.A................ 25.00 Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.B. expenses in connec- tion with Mrs. Frank Snnilariura. Xmas (p't. 76.09 Oltt lo :Mrs. llobinson 25.00 National Chaplor I.O.D.B. per ;Dyes" Tutu Faded, into New non't worry about perfect''results. Use "Diamond giinrnnteed to give a new, rich', fadeless fnbrlc, whether It cotton or blouses, stockings, thlldfe' fcnlhete, The Direction nook- with ;cach.pack- age lelli so plainly how; fo dlamc-ntl clyo over any color that you 'make a To malcli any malerlal, havo drug- gist show you "Dlnmoud Dye" Color li.OO 5.40 16.16 capita lax burns, ft Co. Frach'o Uros..... Total........ Balance in bank Cash on hand 1'ofal 4 HOPE ALBERTA SOON 0, D.E. PROVINCIAL CHAPTER 4- ff 's ff ff 4 ff Q 4 HAMILTON. Ont., Fob. pro fiiclul chaulcr of Ihe Imperial Order Number of patients In hospital be- ginning of 48 Admittances during the month.. 127 Number, nf patients discharged during the month............ 112 Deaths during the month Number of pntients in hospital at end ot month.............'.. Lowest number during tho month (Ugliest number during tho Number of hospital days for pri- vate' patients................ Number of hospital days for.ward .palleuls (paying) i Number of hospital days lor ward patients Total number ot days dirrini- the month Number of operations under gen- eral aneaathesia-..........'... 01 Number of operations local or no ,30 Number of patients treatd In out- door donarirnont 1 Number of dressings nnd trent-- menu in outdoor deparlment 1 The Hospllal.winhes to acknowledRe anil thnnk the following for. contribu- tions received Mrs. -A. (receiv- ed in December, Dr. H. n. C. Thpm son, TiiEigazlncF (Sgd.) B. K. Dullon, S ocr'e I arytf e asurcr. the loast lo the city expressed his pleasure and surprise at the breadth ot vision and tolerance ot vlows es- presscil in the .speeches Tho league was organized juyl year iig1) and has held Sunday afternoon meet- ings ever since at which Hvo topics of tlie ilny have been discussed with the object of stimulating.wide-awake and up-to-dalc Christian citizenship'In this city. The annual meeting'will .lie held on afternoon nest iii the Y.M.C.A. The Question of the wholo future activities of llic Icngue will be decided and the new officers for tlie at all Interested iii 'this question; Is urgently .'invited-, to lie: present. HOLIDAYS ,WERE COSTLY- CALARY, A1U., Feu. and civic holidays last year cost .IKo city ?1 1b9 that imoiuit being piul cily empluycs in salaries, aud wafes while.UieyrWoro holidaying it, accord- ing to 'statistics conlpitei by city hall officials- Timothy A Corlcy Winnipeg coin missio'n broker Is ilead ft 4 ff CHRISTIAN LEAGUE BAMQUET t. ,-f t, 'j The first annual' b'aliqtwt, of the Christian Men's league of .tclhbrldge city was held In the auditorium of tho Y.M.C.A. on Thuisday evening. Abou 75 members am! their wives enjoyc< a splendid repnst prepared and sefvct by the Woman's Auxiliary of tlio "V.1 Dr. J. H. Ixiverlng, vice-president o the tongue, aclcd as toastmasler, in llio absence through illness of the president, Mr. 0. N. Kendall.- Mayor IS GOOD Jfreakfast luncheon Dinner Syppe? Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a reali; satisfying, sustaining food We quality. We bWA'' m'' chocolate and .cocoa 1 40 years. WALTERBAKER nSO.. POltCHESTtlt. MASS. ;