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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNF.SiUY, VKUIU AllY '.I, THE LETHRPTDCF, TTF1RAT.O PAGBKTO Daily Fashion MY CREED has hoen a of 'Hov. nritl Mrs. Cora M. Harrow for n ilayn. bus rtuunicd to his homo in the north. .jk fy Mrs. tlt'ar tifld daughter, Audrey left yes'.lerday (or Vancouver where My creed? Vi's, friend, I'll tell U you', j they will visit for the noxi. three Since you liavw asked me to doilne i months. On what I build my hope of heaven. My croud? Yc-a, I fan call it mine. You'll find it written down, my friend, in that old Rook upon the shelf: 'Tis "Love the Lord with all thine Judge of Canary is ID the city, heart. And love'thy'neighbor as thyself." Xot unite enough'.' 'Twas counted so tty Quo who walked by Galilee. Christ's crood of lovo for God and man quite enough tor you and me. Blcweit. St V HOSTESSES Mrs. H. Greymvay, 1233 4th Ave! South, will receive for the first time since coining to from 4 tu i) o'clock 1'Yiday, Feb. 1Kb. Sirs. II. A. Holman will not receive tomorrow. c A Mrs. J. A. Jaekson will Hot receive on Monday. Miss OelUa K. Woisli ot Milk; River is a visitor in the city for u Csw dayE. ft i' t i !j I .C, and is of his cousin, Mr. Albert Ivea, while here. Miss Co well is visiting with her sister iu Barons. t Mr. F. MiU-hener of Red Deer spfcnt the week-end in the city with Mr. Paul Fitzpatvick, leaving Cor home yesterday. Senator and Mrs. L. G. DeVeber ure leaving tomorrow afternoon tor j Ottawa where they will remain dur- ing the parliamentary sessions. Mrs. Morden of Bassauo is tha guest of Mr. R. B. Morden. -t Mrs. J. A. Jackson left today for u visit in Calgary. 4i Mrs. C, S. Crest and Mr. S. Ores: have left for the cot it thejr will visit for some time. Mrs. Sidney Houlton of Calgary Is a visitor at Coleman this weak with Mrs. F. Graham. 1 Mr. Albert is progressing I favorably, having undergone allfht Col. Pearkes. V.C.. D.S.O., M.C., of operation In Gait hospital. Calgary Is a visitor in the city today. Dr. V. Barrow oi' Kdraonton who j v PERSONALS End, StaMHtrn in Hurry You'll never know hdw quickly a bad cough can' be ciimjueml, unfcjl you try lliijj famous old home-made remedy. Anyone who has couched all day and uHmtrlit will sar that the inv'tdbU rolicf civen is utmost like magic. It lakes but a moment to prepare and really there is nothing better for coughs. Into a 16-07.. bottle, put 2'Xt ounces cf JMnex; then add plain granulated sugar to make 18 ounces. Or you can use clarified molasses, honey, or corn B.yrup, instead of sugar Either. this mixture safes about two- lliirda of the wioney usually spent for preparations, and givea you a more positive, effective remedy. It keens perfectly, and tutes it. You can feel take holcl and healing the membranGs in nil the air passaecs. It promptly looitena a "dry, tijyht cough, eoqn you will jiptice the phletim thin out tuid then altogciher. A day's use wilt usually break up an ordinary throat or i-hest cold, and it ia also splendid for bronchitis, croup, hoarseness, and bron- t it.sthma. 1'incx is a most valuable coneRntrated rompound of genuine Norway pine ex- tract, the most reliable remedy for throat and chest aihrjunts. To avoid disappointment all; 'your' drujjEMst for "2Vg ounces of Pinex" with directions and 'dnn't accopt anytbipjr else. Guaranteed to (rive absolute ?atip- j-'action or money 'ref uaded.' The rindk Co., Toronto, Grove's is the Only Genuine Laxative Quinine The first and original Cold and Grip tablet, the merit of which is recognized by all civilized Be sure you get BRQMQ The genuine bears this signature SOCIAL EVENTS The choir of St. Augtistlu's church was entertained .very delightfully by (ho Parish Auxiliary last evening In St. AuguBtlB'B hall. A verr delicious supper was served, the tables being prettily decorated Kith scarlet car- nations, and shaded lights. At the conclusion speeches were made Mr. Simeon, Mrs. H. K. Johnson (choir Mr. B. 8. Jackion, Mr. Dinning and Mrs. D. A. Taylor. The remainder of the evening was spent very pleasantly in a social way, carda and dancing being enjoyed. Harper's Hall iras a very attractive place last evening, when Mrs. J. A. Rosewarn and Mrs. Alex Niven wore hostesses at u.noit.dBllihtful dance, entertaining about ninety guests. The hall was prettily decorated In. scar- let and lights being shaded with these colors, while many hanti- .same Uiion Jacks oung the hall, The music was furnished by Alexander's three piece jazi orches- who were very generous in their enchores to tlie dances'. Mr.. Hubert Chisrricfc performed his duties as floor manager very ably, the punch bowl being in charge of Mrs. A. T. Mathews. Thoso wt i did not care to dance en- joyed tnemselves at cards, Mrs.1 Morden of Bassano taking the ladies' first prize, and'Miss Barber the'ladles' consolation. Mr. Mclntosh wag the winner of the gentlemen's first., the consolation going to Mr., J. A.. .Rose- warn (Sr.) Dainty refreshments were served daring the evening', the hostesses being assisted in serving by several -friends. i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Committee meeting of the Women of JVIooaeheart Logion will be held at homo of Mrs. Cranney tonight, and not at the Moose Hall, as announced last evening. A joint meeting of, the Central an i Willard W.C.T.U. will be held it the j home of -Mrs. Whiddlngtou, 14th j street south, on Thursday afternoon I at tjhree.o'clock. The regular Willart j (Collection will be tatasn for provin. cial work. BRIGHT EMBROIDERY FOR THE SPRING COAT Touches of gay color distinguish many of the creations for early spring. On this coat which is devel- oped in clay-colored gabardine, Nan- king blue and gold embroideries en- liven the collar and cuffs. The wrap Itself is really quits interesting in strle. 'At first glance It seems like a small mandarin coat, but on closer In- spection you see that it is finished with two deep flounces. Outlining the color, which is get rather high, is a fine pleating of the gabardine. The hat o fbrlglit green taffeta is em- broidered with gold, and about the headline a triangular edging of black. (ally invited. A social half hour will bo spent at the close of the evening. The regular monthly meeting ot Major Jack RMS Chapter i.O.D.E will be held on Friday afternoon at three o'clock in the armories. Elec- tion of officers will take plar.e. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are asked to meet at in BurgnuB's hall tonight' so that the whist drive start an time. All members are kindly asked to donate a cake towards refreshments. WEDDINGS At the Manse recently Vallen Or- cutt was united in marriage to Elea- nor Grace Bulmer both of Commerce. The father of the bride. J. R. Bulmer, and 0. Orcutt, the- brother of the groom, were in attendance. 3 Last night Eruest Robert McCaskie was united in marriage to Willheimina Barclay, by Rev. A. H. Denoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Birtn ivero the at- tendants. INTERESTING LECTURE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Price 30c. Cuticura Soap -----The Healthy----- Shaving Soap another day Itching, Blrwt- IIIR, nr Protniii Ing Piles, Ho PILES Chase's OiAlmetit wUI relicre you at onre and Hflont laHUlif lieueflt. UK. a alt dealers, or Ktiinannnti, Dates Jc Co., Limned. Toronto. Bui frw U 7011 nenlkm tola fc. ilaaif Tlie regular monthly meeting- of the Sir Aleiander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E will be held in Harper's hall on Thurs- day afternoon at three o'clock. The systematic giving committee will be i lit the hall at the same day. Will all members who have not paid their fees for 1921 please do so. The Ancient Order of Foresters Unity) are holding Illicit' popular dancer.and whist 'drive: I in the K. ot P. hall on Monday. Feb. SI st. Particulars will be announced later, An executive meeting of tlie Local Council will be held in the Y.M.C.A. on Friday at four o'clock to make final arrangements for the short course. Anyone interested is asked to at- tend. Up to date there are 44 applica- tion! for billotB. The regular meeting of Dominion Rebekah l-odge No. 41 will be held in the Oddfellows hall tomorrow eve- ning at eight o'clock. Degree will be conferred. Visiting brothers and slaters welcome. regular monthly meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be held on Friday afternoon at at the home ot Mrs. Allison. 14th .street. A full attendance li requested as arrangements are to be matto for the tea being given the vliitlng loldler- farmers' wives. The Baptlit Women's Mission Circle will meet tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. All ladlei are cord- v A mosl interesting lecture ou "Xew Zealand, which wajj not only enier- aining, but highly instructivo, was given last evening ut the Christian church by Rev. Jos. FrauMyii. Mis address WHS brightened by I lie use of lantern slides, the lantern being Doctors Then a Skin Specialist Then a bottle of D.D.D. Spring's First Unfolding of Serge Dresses and Silks Smart New Serge Dresses and Skirts in a First Showing ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES The season's newest and smartest dresses of fine quality all-wool navy serge. Some of these are embroidered with silk in very effective design, while others are prettily trimmed with rows of silk braid. Prices: 17.95to 38.50 LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS New Arrivals in Crepe de Chines and Georgette Crepe A delightful showing of Silk Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chines, 40 inches wide, has arrived in a large variety of shades, including Old Rose. Green, White, Nary, Copen, Saxe, Maize, and Black. These are exceptionally good values at, per ymrd After the Spring WhatleD? A few well-tailored skirts of exceptional value, made from a high-grade serge; nov- elty pockets; detachable belt. Regular for Regular WOMEN'S UNDERSKIRTS Underskirts of good quality black moire, deep flounce, finish- ed with pintucks. Top has strong draw tape. Regular for BLACK SATEEN UNDER- SKIRTS Made with deep flounce, finished at lower edge with a uarrow shirred ruflle. Lengths 35 to 38. egular for...... DELIGHTFUL DRAP- ERIES THAT MAKE THE HOME AT- TRACTIVE A gorgeous assort- ment of cretonnes in all the latest and newest novelty designs and patterns, among which are the ever-popular shadow effects in pleas- ing color combinations that will make cheerful and brighten the home. 9 pieces 60 inch 5 pieces 30 inch re- ff O AA versible, 4 pieces. 50 inch At.................... 75 pieces 30 to 36 inch Cretonnes at....... 50c w SEE THE WINDOW SHOWING OF DRAP- ERIES DURING THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK tfomfSKB, i M B ATm tavn JNCDPPO RA I, writ iih etery week for the benefit f in tun section, a I'eii' words A sentence ot from Mtu fiom .T. w. It M.INijmie Ave.. Toronlo, man of far OB the Ins und inkles, l operated hy Mr. Heath. Mr. E. farrow opened tho 'moating by uu organ solo, other numbers being n violin solo, by Mr. Parks and vocal oolds by Mrs. F. Heath, Miss Van Blarcom acting as accompanist. 26 Deaths from Sleeping Sickness in N.Y. in Month N'KW YORK. Feb. deaths in a total or 125 cases of sleep- ing sickness were reported since Jan- nary .1. Roy S. Copeland, health com- missioner, announced yesterday. The disease is not ini'notlous, Dr. Cope- land said, though its cause is un- known. Peace River district and the coast; good roads: increased provincial aid for hospitals; and elimination of freight rates discrimination between Eastern and Western Canada are on the agenda Cor discussion. Bflioustiess Meini tM much bilt left hotll.of l .Mr. Gorni ftund m ntnurkable. wt will rablee relitr lint bottle, w rmr bact. Mat tick totay. Try.Q. D. h. Sa.p, im. J. Higlnbotham ft Co.. Limited, Druggists. Lethbrldge. Chilblains, Frost- Bites and chapped hands uie AUM BENGU CARGO RATES CUT BY CAN. MERCHANT MARINE TORONTO. Ktih. Canaditiu' sovorniuent iiifu-cjliant marine an- 1 uounce tod.iy ;i ueueral reduction IP cargo rates Cuiuuliaii Atlan- j tic "ports mid Groat Britain, bocom- inx eft'ectivo imnuidijitoly. The former rate in effent for gen- cargo to iiritaiii from Halifax and St. John was 50 cents a cubic foot or 75 cents par hundred. General cargo covers, 01' course, practically .ill goods handled from this country to the old land. Exports only arc alYoclad. tM much bilt left In the blood bj> a derinftd Dr. Chile's Kidney-Liver I Fills Mt the liter right and I and hudtehti tit- pill i deie. ISe. a km. ill i Chases appear. BRITISH PALESTINE MANDATE LONDON. Feb. Emir Feisal, former king of Syria, In be- half of his father, Kinj Huailen, of the Hetljnz, has Brotested to tie Brit- fsh government against the mandates fur Mesopotamia and Falectlne, non- tending that they are not in accord- ance, with the pledges given to Hus- sien by tho British government. Ha adds that the great expenditure Great Britain is making might be saved "by helping the Arabs to form a govern- meat of their own under their advis- ors in territories in MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's' Best Laxative BIBLE SOCIETY MEETS TORONTO, Keb. rep- resentatives attended the meeting to- day of (he Bible Society of Canada, and Newfoundland at which J. H. Ritien, M.A., D.D., of LApdon, Eng- land, secretary of the Foreign Bible Society, was the guest of honor. There was considerable discussion at this morning's session which was held in camera on how to meet the increased immigration to thii coun- try. Western representatives include A. Oedties, Calgary; C. W. McKIm, Edmonton; and T. P. Wilson, Van- couver. NEW RAILWAY BRIDGE IS OPENED IN ALASKA ANCHORAGE, Traffic hem opened orar the Susitna river railway bridge, to be tha segond longest single apan bridie In the world, It was announced here today. The spsn is (94 feet long and erected in Umpiratttrea areragins forty decrees .below euro. The Hurricane Gulch can- tilever spau will he swung into place neit July. The 'government ratlroact ia now compiete.d for 355 miles from Fairbanks leallttf only eighty miles between the uds of ateel to be con- nected this year. Train i are now crossing the Tanana river on ice. A seven foot be re- quired to bridge the Tanana. Yellow lingerie it beioi featured by New York shops for faster bridea. "DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS iOARD OF TRADE HOLD CONVENTION VANCOUVER. Feb. hun- dred delegatei representing boards of trade In all parti of the'province are In attendance here today at the an- at convention Associated Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California on tile package, then you arc sure ypur child !H having Ilio best am1. riiuBt harmless physic for the little liver bowels. Children lovo its fruity Full directions on each bottle. Yoir-must nay This Negro Likely To Turn White Now; Hanged But BATON ROUOE, Alabama, Feb. Eaton, the man the sheriff ferf et to hang, may be dead letially. Sheriff Qrant wrote the govsr- ner yeaterday that in the preaa of "civil and criminal on February 4, he uttaHy forgot the mandate te put the mere, oenvlet- ed of the murder of a white manr to death on thai day, ahd aaked for inttructlona. The governor turntd tha matttr over to Coco who Ir raking the law hooka for pri- eedenta. The attorney-ginaral laautd a today declaring that from Inviatlgatlon of the Eaton case at a member of the beard ef pardona belitved the negro "should not bt DONT DO THIS! EAR OIL REUEVKfl DRAFNEM STOPSHEADNOIBKi. H MO Ot, MM Haiti, Tmto i For tale In iy J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM A HIDUEY DRUa CO., lit. STOKES DRUG CO., Ltd. A. 0, Ltenanl, Inc., 70 Hh New ;