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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta nrday afternoon 10 visit In Calgi rejoining her husband In K-ut on. l.leut. Jean Arnold! who has been nuklus an extended tour o! tanadj, ms tell tor England. Mrs George Mcl.cod and Miss Vera McLeoJTaie visitor, lor a shorl t.me In Calgary. tend lhe lea bolng given at the home VALENTINE EVENTS The Valentino season Is bringing torlh" many Interesting social events Ibis year. Among these are lho Vol- euline dance being given by lhe Qlr. 5 Auxiliary loulghl, and lhe dance, being given by lho O. tomorrow nlsht. Mrs. l.overing U homo to the senior members ol the King's Jlirror. Mission band tomor- ow evening. Mrs. J. R. Kennedy Is preparing for n social evening for lho pupils who In .he re- cital tomorrow evcnilig. Orado pupils are-liavlng-nn Interesting- party in honor' of IX. while the Bis llrolhers class ofKnox church are be- ing entertained at the home ot Mr. ami Mrs K. John-ston. Valentine soc. are also being held by lhe People's class ol lhe United church by the senior boys and girls ot Austin's church and the Doy'a C ub of St Cyprians chur.ch, A Valentine Tea at the homo of Miss llawden, giv- r on by Iho Girls' Auxiliary and Uie St. F John's Ambulance Brigade will torni the conclusion lo a busy week. t- PERSONAL J Mr A 1 Muir ot Moose Jaw. is spending a lew days In lhe city on way to Calgary. Mrs. Irvlns bus rclnrned to lie city Etter spending a few days In Calgarj ri M H who has been the to her borne ai !3U, Montana. Mr C. I.. McKclvy ot lhe XI xriny who uiili! recently has been Cami> U in the city. Mr Sidney Jackson arrived in t rlt'y yesterday from Vancouver, and the guest of -Mr. and K. A. Stia man- or, and Mrs. 0. T. Jlarrs and fam- ily left on Tuesday for lhe coast, where they g 'wo ladies versed In thn ups will be there lo read fortunes aril real live'iuiUd will lie lu attend- ice. Everything i-osslMe Is being, ono to make the all'-Tiioon a great iicccas The proceeds o! the silver ollcc-tlon will bo divided between Girls' Auxiliary and the St. Johns Ambulance brigade overseas. The ot lhe Eastern Star vill meet for sewing al Ihu Red Cross rooms on Friday evening Mrs 3 R Kennedy has prepared a ve'ry largo party for those rariiclpjit ing at a primary recital lo be he tomorrow In tho Uurguunn hall. Nor Lethbridse. The program is at I.'J .-..-.._ iku pames. pop-corn an candles'Tminedla'iely after. 1-hone 1814 for invitations. Wesley choir will meet for prat-life as usual In the church on Friday at i o'clock All members ave renuestc-J lo be present. Any new sinners w ah- to join will be welcomed if the) will phone Mr. Claude Hughes. Eteryto; have a good lime. nlversary fund. If >o -our sweetheart a I the door and It win uriug the Mrs. Stephens will T. U. tonight st S.l" in rescue worX Ihers Interested, to coin'- and ,ni speaker. Tlu nioutlis old. lasl rociolcm ot a liurse o! So Says Medical Health Odicer in His Monthly Report by ihe :n e Ci v Club ai Si. Johns, and leave- .from o iuim-es wilinn a few days- for raising a fuuj IP complete education us he .-nliste.1 when the I think I can say Influenza is a .Isnx j r uere but ulni- lira. days of rVbriury show no Tin- rtieerins information relaiivi1 the MU epidemic's longe-l tor do- is liken from JanuW f" port of Dr. inedii-al health 'officer. Issuul number of houses placed in 'luar- anilne during Iol'r montlls malady rased. There were: October Januiiry Total M li 0 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A good timo Is entine dance Eiven by The Daughters and Maids ot Ens; laud have arranewl for anot.ier wm.y Drive and dance to-He heW I mann's. hall, on Fcbruar> ISlh, at S ii.m.( A large crowd gathered al .ioT Wednesday attcrnoon to say faie- vve'll lo Ml'ss IJmonl Perhaps never before has Lethbridec had a Bible class teacher who so herself ..AU'Cr lier. bil you'll Laugh You When Yon See alter 1.30. The regular meelini of the Women's Civic Club will be held in lhe C. A. on JlondBl- afternoon al four o'clock. to Iho people and who had lhe power tor "ho'teachings ot the Good Old Dok. i Under the auspices of the Young People's flible Class of the tilted Church, a Valentine Social will be held in the church hall on Friday evening splendid program Ins n u Vriicr has iiiien going on lhe assumption Dial In each i veiled there was an avc-rago ol three imtents. so llm- reported leases would total at least 2-iM- reported cafes would nreuably bring -Ithc total up to lhe 3000 mark. Tho number of deaths from the disease reached the- 100 mark Ol ibese about 20 wore from ouU.de so that the city's fatality list jn Hie neighborhood ot I disease "would During Victory campaign Ilic on ncr cent. This ervicWat tlie ct.si.u-r were offered toK the circum- o he Victorv ixjan coromiltte. The 11 s. cities lhe Making and selling sc-rui collecting nnd telling oM rui leting lhe town for ruoma Stampede week, nnd lentmg j-itv guests. cSiaremg room for registration: sen- otter was a id a district as- ai a been prepared, including a very hum Dee 11 orous valentine sketch, songs, lee, a tjrous vaieuiiuv lions, etc., w-hlch will be followeu bj The ladies of the cily are invited tc BED, SPRIiNG AND' SPECIALS Added Specials in Beds, Springs and Matt ruary Sale. BRASS BEDS Brass beds, 4-0 only, burnished Regular Special tresses for the last two 'days most exacting, next Special SOLID BRASS BEDS Tvro only of this maKe, made In England A bed that will remain rigid and will hold Its Ilnlsn throughout. One Speciil One regular Special XOTK-Lcss than they could be bought tot In Kngiand today. All brass boda, only. -WHITE ENAMEL BEDS Two only of this bed. Very massive be.l with brass husks end yd 7f lleglllar J32.50. Special Another has two Inch continuous post wllh J S2MO, Two 'only of one Inch conlliiiioua pos wllli brass nprlsht In centre. -1 feot only. Q flj HCBlllar J11.75. Special Kxlra special, six only, good slrong heda, JUE lho thing tor Unit exlrn bed. Hegnlar y g HULL BLOCK PHONE 625 Specials in all Departments fov Friday and Saturday at prices you can't afford to miss. Remem- ber this sale positively finishes Saturday 9.00 p.m. otter was signed lhe chapter lo suhscriplions. The sum of was subscribed from this dlstr.ct. Tlie percentage allowed canvasser will go to the funds of the chapter. During the ..allonal resistrat.on t e chanter submitted the names of its membersWho willing lo help ho registrar of Ibis district, who es- ignrt Ihem places. Ihey re- effort was bv the chapter during lhe vn- nza ajroost every mem- was helping-privately or In the hospital- From lime to time socks and cipr :Si sent to the soldiers nig'hl a-iVeek has teen given "At present w are iniyini; anft-.tnaKing up maleria or .Uie1 eve'ry SVedncsdey altcrnoon. historical pictures liave' been ordered. These will be donated to different schools as soon as they are re'ceived. In addition to'the above, donation? liave been glvcd'to the local lied Cross, Baby Navy League Frahk" Sanatorium, Canadian Field Oomtorls. s'alyatter! ''Army, Nursing Mission Christmas Cheer, London Hospital and I. D. K. Club for Nurses'. Wiodws and orphnns ot local sol CTS are called on every monlh a committee from the chapter d if in need ot help lhe chaple mniodiately fives' it, a trust ac nnt being kepi especially tor thi urposc. Apai-i iiuir, cr._ e energy and patriotic inlerest of s members are. bound to sland for le continued success of the chapter. (Signc'd) ELEANOR DK l.ONO. Retiring Honorary Secretary. Treasurers Report .1 have much pleasure in submitting o you the second annual report ol he (Major Jack 'loss Chapter, 1. O RECEIPTS Donations, lag days, sales. Dues nnd badges Sl-1 Balance from 1317 315.S PERFECT REST COIL SPRINGS Coll springs ot best oil tempered wire, lho sprln'g tMt ensure, perfect rest. Twenty years guarantee wllh this spring. Itegular J2.50 Total receipls Tolal expendilures Another make, not as he.-vvy as above hut will anyone who.wanU a good night's Q 05 sleep. Regular Sncclal............ SANITARY MATTRESS risk infection .when you can gol good clean mattresses nt Ihcse prices. FELT MATTRESSES. Made of pure felled cot- ton iiiade In layers, non-absorbent, will not mai or-iol six niore left at Ibis price. 1 O QQ HCBlllar Special o'f dean wood tibre .wllh tot- .ton ovtr-nlV arl ticking. Kcgular Special ODD MATTRESSES. Two only, gooil licking, Ju of wood llbrc with coming ot collon sides, 4 feet only. F.egular JJJ Special HULLBLOC'K PHONE 625 J> m 1 .1' f COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS Balance on hand....... EXPBN'DITL'HES Frank Sanatorium Baltour Sanatorium Supplies Rent.......... Wool tor Tavy League orblan HelleJ............ leld Comforts, Commission. jonalion to lied Cross...... lonalion to soldiers''wives.. )onatlon lo Hoapllnl to Salvallon Army. Donation lo Herald Christmas Fund Trust fund for soldiers dows Tolfll Tlio following otficers nnd council- lors were dec-led for inifi: 'Regent, Mrs. C. V. P. Conybcare; first vice-regent, Mrs. Oco. De Vebcr, second vlce-rcgenl. Mrs. Alex. Smith; secretary, Miss K. M. Gates; Echoes secretary, 'Mrs. D. Macirll- Itn; educatlonnl sccrelnry. Mrs. llri-n- dcr Ircasnrcr. 'Mrs. llcalh; standard icarer Mrs. llooney; councillors, Jlrs. Pipes Mrs. II- Klton, Mrs. Ilrowrr, Mrs. Russell. Mrs.. McCorvic, Mrs. A report was given by -.Mrs. C. Wc-.t- ley wool that 214 pairs of eocks were knitted by Hie members ot lhe. charter, ot theie being shipped lo navy, leiiving ou hand 57 .pairs of jocks and wool. O M Crclghlon was rcappointcd chiet of police ot Tlllsonburg. HERE'S YOUR INVITATION TO OUR We invile yon-lo altend our INFORMAL .DANOE In the K F HALl TONIGHT. You will have a nlcasant evening even it you do not care lo dance. We are doing our best to see: that you-will enjoy'yourself Valenline's'D'ay wilh us. DANCING 9 TILL NEEDS' ORCHESTRA Frora any member of the Auxiliary or at the door. IM.t 1000 335. S. 22? .50' aoo.fyi 20.1.00 60.011 23.50 15.00 library reader with The aim of Every ManVLibrary is eVfery Enghsli speakmj he Sat Classics of all times in his Our conUun MQ volumes of this wonderful library coming. Biography, Class.cs, History, lion, Oratory, Poetry, Romance and Science. is kept out, EVER ALL SOUTHARD'BLOCK -__- ;