Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATl'KDAY. FEIWUAHY 15, iaiO_ Tfli. i.lClllllM'Ul.K PACE ELEVEN Constipation Cured in His 78Ji Year With- out Drugs Did you ever kuon- ;my person who cured ot L'uustipi- lluu by taking ul any kind! Bcctns to assist Nature at the lime, liul us Huio ftoea on larger tiose, aru necessary uutil the trouble be- lOmi'hj chioni.-. Internal Kilning is ttio only rca mil! tor Ciinstlimllun. It ket'lis th. t'olou or InU-stluo frea from all' ucvuinulallon. Soou tho.jysltm iorius I'.s resuiir rauc-tluus uuaiilcJ. thorc ji nu luriber (rouble Mr. A. Mil.CLin t'oager Lumber Co.. I'any Souad. liavo lefti troubled Constipation for lue last or 4'i years, anil could not pass one duy wlihout 1 have usol ih. :l- ,-abtt- liuiu in ihe hall in mti v.f-re jplaycd and lli" VJUMI iJLCweiac'l wi'.h poiJLOin can.ly. o RECIPES From 6 ,to 9 No Phone Orders IF YOU APPRECIATE VALUE YOU WILL HAVE NO FAULT TO FIND WITH THESE PRICES. by the Canada Food Hoi Fisri Loaf up left-over fi-li to of bread i-ruliibi, I lenlou juice. Sail, and iiarsley. uiilk. I'ick the llsh ovtr very into Add ihc; plays put on liy lilt' b.ivi.j ingredients and pack in greased inolili Uainly refrejhiuents tc-rved :il i or in individual molds. Htcatu or bake the conclusion. Mrs. 0. W. Hobiusouj ;1: pan waic-r, as you wouM a ius. janJ Mrs. 0. Uowmaii pouring. Mold hisli tlie torch of right, that all world niay see. God's truth and rlKhteoufncES, how- great His glories ue; Hold you (hat torch so low that it its ray L'pon darkened path of life that all may see way; Cast out all evil from our land. _ it hot return again. IIKUU and spent a liiun dijoyable linieii Then those who 'lied on Flanders in gunes and niu.-k'. H'.'trcshRienls field will not have died in vain. jscrv.d by the hostess were much en- ______________________________' joyjd liy all an-I It was a lired lull ---------------------------------------------I happy company thai slarl-d for nome at a hte hour. One of tbf many Yalfn I tine parties held In: wa: t la'-jlhai given by tin- C. W. II. sirls ot. lard, for abuti; 25 niinutt-F. Serve with any desired sauce. AND THEIR WORK A. I'eaco. branch manager ul ice (Jo Tn given iiy inv n. A. i-cac'j. uuuitii i IKnoi t-hurch. Some c'ijriite.'u quests ]muerial Life Assuran at the home of routo, fonucrlv- ol the IIKUU and sprnt a liiun dijoyable lime i st. Thomas, agr-.-c 0 PERSONAL Mrs. J. DougalT was 1 delightful party at lur t evening in honor of tilt .Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Baalim returned yesterday from Winnipeg. Miss M. A. Ilarl, who has been vis- anoui ju in uuiuuei iting In the city with Mrs. K. Cook.; home ol Mrs. J. E. l.overlng Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRl'PGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE t. EDMONTON CFilSTALL BLOCK. yesterday for her home In Cal- Mr. II. P. Savory .ivho lias l> sppr.iting a fow days in the cily returned to Calgary. St. Thomas, agr-.-cs with the view of Clarc-ncL- A. genera! manager ol Ihe Duniinioii ilauk. the nvoraFje ihrce are m'- cessary to do the ol (jne man. In a letter to "Cornelia." the editor of the woman's department of the Telegram, ho fays: "If any nl yom women friends arc anxious to disnrov :i birtii- [his statement I should bft glad to find positions for at least twelve of them provided that they are honest and re Habit'. I shall give them the same scale of remuneration as 1 give tlr.; .men. ona the same opportunities. II and Robert Park. John Chanu-rs. John you cannot semi twelve, you can _. and James Dousall. Christina I'flr'i; jleriment with three; and after some experience -.vith women workers oiy line of husiness, I Fhali be more Bins, the last Oranges, splendid values, dozen Bananas, per dozen............. Ginger Snaps, per Ib............. -FOR THE SMOKER Cigars, Davis' Promoter, 5 for----- Box of 25 for................ Tucketls' Preferred, 5 for Box of 50 for................ Hudson Bay Cut Plug, Valb-tin, each 32c and 45c .......40c .......ZOc "'i Q ........'47c .......47c ........85c AT THE CANDY COUNTER Maple Fudge, per 36c Assorted Fruit Drops, per Ib..............25c evening in no.ior 01 tut niici'inu staiement i pnouiu utt giau n, day of her son John. A iliiiuty tea was positions for at least twelve of them, Mr. J. E. Varley, barrister, ol Cal- servcii, the evening spfnl gary, has returned Ijonie. sanies of all sorts. The followMus present: James McUowan. Alei, Miss E. of nylauds' store.! sou. Harold and Bill Willeils, Tom las gone lo Calgary for a few day und MargareL A jolly party of Lby ahout J5 In numher gathered Ih'nn delighted if the three you send can do the same work OL one man Please bear in mind that it you tale games Up this offer, you arc going to have maiie the hours pass rapidly. A smell-' m_v heartiest cooperation in proving Ing contest afforded much amusement that .Mr. Bojirt is wrong, although and a scripture text contest rmm my experience 1 am inclined to evening. Music, singing and (id an mental concen- tration, il'lans ivere discussed and laid for tiie fe-opening ot Ihe Senior Mrs. Walter Van Home has left lo Mission Band one week from Sunday lie with licr husband who is ill in'at three o'clock. The serving ot re- Medicine Hat. freihnicnls was a pleasing climax to c pleasant evening. Alter singing th? Miss Cosgrove lias returned to the! national anthem a happy crowd ol the opinion that he is right. Hoxvevcr. I am not only willing anxious 10 lie Ehown thai such is not the case." city after being absent on two weeks' hollday- boys arid yirls bade farewell to Ihei." hostcss. Miss I. left for short visit In Medicine Hat I Saskatchewan. The team ol the nehebah's are going to Calgary to attend the Another very successful deuce iras ni! that held last 'evening in the cluh rooms the G. -V. i About 50 couples were present, the rooms he THESE SPECIALS ARE ON SALE TONIGHT ONLY, BUT YOU WILL BE INTErtiiSTtu 10 KNOW THAT THE VALUES ARE FAR ABOVE THE AVERAGE. SOME ARE ODD LINBS, OTHERS ARE TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK AND CUT IN PRICE TO INDUCE QUICK SELLING FOR SATURDAY NIGHT. CASHMERE HOSE Ladles' Cashmere Hose full fashioned Mill excellent .jusltty. These aro part of a special purchasu and are wonderful value when yon consider price- loday. They aro worth at 85c. PA Salurtlay Xlght Special SILK UNDERSKIRTS Pure silk skirls In soml wearing quality. In paddy green shade, mailo .vilh good deep filll, well finished fn.-cvery way anil regular value 54.75. Saturday Night 97'? Special SLEEPERS Children's Flncccd I.tncJ Sleepers In good finality. inado and well finished. value for............., Regular value for.................. Regular value for 75c CORSETS 100 pairn of first quality wall made corscla In full range of sizes. Mado from good quality ol inalerlil, with good ami sus- penders. Thcao rorsrls are worlli today pair. -1 nft Saturday Night tlrand Lodge to compete Dominion Challenge cup. Miss Mabel Jarrelt is leaving today to spent! the next few months with tier sWicr, Jlrs. T. S. Ketterly, InLelh- Alberlan. Mr. W. H. Wortman. who lor sev- eral years directed the choir of the Emmanuel UanrWt cnurch. Winnipet, alitl for the pnst lour years conduct- ed the choir of the Hlllhursl Baptist church, Calgary, has arrived in Ixitli- brldge, and will have charge ol the rhoir of the First llaptist church in this cily. Mr. Wortman has few equal-; ins very cCectively decorated tor the, occasion with Valentine hearts io red.[ for refreshments were serveil; during the evening and P. most pleas-! ant time spent by everybody present. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The regular meeting ot the Wo- men's Civic Cluh will be held In tb'J Y. M. C. A. on Monday afternoon ut four o'clock. and current event's sec- ly. Mr. Wortman has lew erjuai-; nistor.. _.... choir leader, and already the t ion ot the Mathcsls Uubw.il ineet choir is showing a marked improve-. Tuesday ,-J, merit. Mr. Justice Stuart, who has hcen in (ho city for a short lime, returned last evening to Calgary. Jlrs. D. I. Whitney, of l.ethhrirlge, was a visitor on February Sth at llic lilg exhibit of Southern Cali.'ornia products maintained free lo Ihe iiub- lie in the l.os Angeles Chamber ot Commerce. She also attended Ihe lect- ures and moring pictures that arc a I part of the daily program. The oihi 1 bit is tho largest of any in the conn try maintained by a commercial or gftlllzation. liefore returning home 'Mrs. Whitney ejpccls to visit scvcra of the many other places of iiileres in the southland. Geo. Cope, ionic of Mrs. Avenue South. The annual meeting of the Sir Alex- ander Gall Chapter I. O. B. will he lelci in Knox church hall, Friday even- ing, February 21, at 8 o'clock. s The larlies' aiil ol Wesley Church intend holding a soc ial Monday evening, February 24lh All the members ot the congregation arc specially invited At the meeting ot Ihe Sir Alexander Gilt Chapter l.O.D.K. held on Thurs- day a loiter was read from Ho'rden in regard lo the wedding pre3-; ent to Princess Patricia. The Chapter decided to donate 525 towards this and it was decidad Is forward the, ietter lo the other societies of the j Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO 525.00 A WEEK If you cannot spend three years'ln hospital or arc past hos- pital age limit, send name and address on postcard for year book explaining the 0. S. NT. Home-Practice Method ol study- ing trained nursing. State age. The Chautauqua School of Nursing JA.MESTOWN, N. Y. A Large Piano m a Small Case The NORDHEIMER Apartment Upright The name "N'onlheimer." backed by thfE store's guar sntec, eliminates all risk and safeguards your entire fa- vestment. SOLD BY Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 6TH ST. S. PHONE 1M6 BRITISH LABOUR'S MESSAGE TO CANADIAN WORKMEN BROUGHT BY Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Reynolds an- nounco the engagement of their third city for their consideration, daughter. Ella Frances, lo Clarrni'e Charles Macl.enn. fourth son of .Mr.! The A. O. r. bold Iheir Mrs. William .lohn MacLean, Kingston, Ont., llic wedding to place in March. BUNGALOW APRONS A big nungnlow Apron made from good quallly of pcrcalo In small neat designs and strlpea belt nt back. Theso aprons are worth at least Saturday oach IOCIAL EVENT! The King's Own class of boya num- bering about twenty with (heir teach- er. Mrs. were cntertilnC'l al thn home of A. M. Marshall 1 last evening In a most ilclUlitlul man- ner. The rooms .were decorated with red hearts In honor ot St. Valentine. After two hours spent in games thi1 boya feasted on cafce ami candy. Then followed a llttln music after which the boisterous guests departed to Ihclr 1.00 dance on Friday evening, February 21. j The members of the Girls' iary wish to thank all those who as-] sisted in making their Valentine: dnnce a aucicas. also tlie Hudson liay! Company, the Consumer's Hardware- and the Tcrrlll Floral Company. A) white silk scnrf has been found In the, hall. The owner may have same byl calling at tho Herald The Art Xccille "Work club will i meet at thn hone of Houlton on, Monday allernoon at three o'clock, i A splendiit programme was put on by the primary pupils ot Mr. M. Coombs In hall last even- ing. About 20 elementary pupils took THE NOTED PETER WRIGHT parl and all pbycrl cxceedlnsly well. MEN'S COMBINATIONS Men's puro wool In fine Quality ot wool. These am aamplM and odd units thai must bo cleaned Thi) valuer mo far hclow lorl.y's prices. Sizes JO-12. Hcgular up to C An 57.00. Saturday Xlshl THE FORUM, SUN. THERE WILL BE A MUSICAL PROGRAMME In which several of the test talent in the city will lake part. MR LEO COOMBS GIVt A SHORT LECTURE ON THE ORIGIN OF MUSIC. MISS OLGA ANDERSON, SOLOIST. SOT. ARNOLD, PIANO. Open 2.4S p.m. One of the foremost of British Labor Leaders, and Chairman of Seaman's Union. the British Mr, Wright Will Speak in WESLEY AUDITORIUM On the Evening of WEDNESDAY, February 19th AT SILVER COLLECTION TO COVER EXPENSES Auspices of G. W. V. A. and Rotary Club.