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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AliK PHONE 1224 A dance will lie Meld at Hie Chinook The' Art Needlework club. will meet on Shrove Tue.iijay, Monday at Hie home of 'rom mlilnlelii, when half the ;i-os3 proceeds will lie given In Hie [led Cruse, young people of give a pla.y entitled "Tlic Hints- Ki-ery soldier In iho trenches .from Slraiford-oii-A'von on Twelfth night ON SALE at tlie "BAY" from 7.30 to .10: (January C) 'received a Bllce Mr nnd Sirs. Tom Lone entertain monster cako given out and cut by c'd at five laMcs of live hundred last D. ami Warners 95c White CotloiijrTo.iiijjlifc 10 >fonls nljilU. The hlfh scores were liclil uy Miss MMnlosn mill- Mr'.. Harold Long -i At the rOE'.iW meeting pi the Hap tlsl U'rtlcs' Ald'licld last Thursday It wns ilcciiicij to' give a- monthly doim- lion of to tlio work. I White: Night Gowns, lace trimmed. ji Regular 75c, Tonight 55c 11 piece Ecru pieces Lace Curtain Net, 25c; Tonight 20c Will yoij'adopl a lonclj'jflelBian dlcr ivlio lias lost all bin relatives? A cuucst !iaa been received, through relatives of a.'friend of this lonely soldier that If possible a Canadian war god-mother be found for him. lly a war goil-nioiric-r IB meant Eonieono who would take ail Interest; In tills lonely 'Hclglnr and write cheery tel- lers'to Mm and perhaps send Mm parcels. Ills address Is Krank Van Den licrgat, Olh company Mllrallleur C. 81, Uelelan Army. -Heavy Stockings, Regular Tonight, pair 25c ..Miss Itla Honeyinli of Coaldalo, Is leaving Ipday to give an elocutionary rccllal' at Clarcsholm. Miss lloncy- iotl Is giving a recital on Wednesday t the Y.M.C.A. hero tor tlie Return d Soldiers' Kund. At the 'meeting of Ihe Alexander ua'lt O. K., on Thurs day It was learned from the trcasur er'B report "IliaI the net proceeds fron Ihc cnlcrlab'inenl "A held last month am Mglil'B li ounlcd lo. ASSISTED 'MRS. 'MRS. Me; To be Bb'lalned'at Hlginbolham's Drug.-.-Store i and JaeXson's Drug .AW COLO Kriiikle Corn Tonight, 2 pnckages 15c Fine Juicy -Oranges. Sw'ccf Clover Tiire, 5 pnils, Special lijiys' rianneletle iXiRht Hhirts. Beit for Liver and for Billout ness, Sour'Stomach'arid Com- flel a lO.ctnt.lior now. Furred Tongue', -nod Colds, Imligcs- llon, Skin aiid Miserable Head- aches conie from' a" lorpld ;lfvfcr am] clogged bovjels, '.whjch caiiEO your slorhacli' to-hecomb filled -vllri umli gestcd fooJ, n-lilch sours and ferments llk'o garba'EO in a" BWlll barrel.STIiat'E !lhe first step 16 untold digestion, foul gases, had brcatli, yel 'low'skin, mental fears, everything lha Is horrlhle and nauseating. A- Caac'are Itbhlelit will "giye" your conatlpalei lhoivelsrai iliorpugh 'cleansing 1 slralcjlielT-you I work wlilfe yoii 10-ccnl from your'druggist will'Xeep'you Ing good for nioiiths.- Millions-of me and women'1 lake a Caatarct'htiw an then lo kcep'ihelr stomach, liver on bowels regulated, acd never fcno a ralseraWc inomcnt-'Don't- forget 11 little .Insides need; good, genii'; Tlio Countess nf .Miiito, who lio always retained her interest In Can adn'gave a'reception in tlic Victor] and Albert Ward of Xo. 1 Genera Hospital, -'In. r.oadon, England, r cen'tly fhr ,lhe wounded Canadlai and AuBlraliari officers. Olwiiii Lloyd George, dauglilcr of'Uic now llrltlsh premier IB one'of.tbe.counlry'B mosl actlv ivar and despite ceaseless de- mands on her time she arranges lo b csent at'-many of the semi-military fairs M'.wjjl.i as to attend lo eoclal bllgallo'ns. r of Maple Leaf Chap cr, 0. B. S. held a whlsi drive last Ig'ht in''tlie Jlasonic rooms anJ in pile of Ihc Ullzzard, there, were lorly prcBeul. The first prizes were Saturd'yNiglitBoot Special Ladies' Fancy and Patent Pumps, In narrow wldlha; also a few lace Ox- fords. Values UP to ?5.00. To clear ir79c roir'liy Mrs. J. C. Redman and Mr. consoblion prizes'by Irs MeEaeiiem and Mr. II. W. Long. refroEhihenls had been served a dances'We're enjoyed. 1 r. Viscouiiless Hrringlon, who before ier 'marriage 'was known in Canada s Lady ft'iiby Elliot, second daugliter jfr a former 'governor-general, _llie Jarl of. returnej lo bng- and.wllh lier liusband, Viacounl Kr- Ing'ion, wlio'.was on Ihe slnff of tlio of i'iicila.' Viscount Brriag- on "wlio Is tlie' son of and liclr of up. tlio post of assislant: private ECcrolafy. to Hie pair Boys' riiiimelcttc Pyjauia's. 'Sixes '.8 to II yofii'S. Tonight 8Slc Three Dozen of TCcaiilii'ul Fine Voile Ladies' Waists' Ranging, in price to J4.50, (fjl QQ To clear lonighl.....................; Hosiery Special for Ladies (SO Todies' Itlack Outside sizes S'A, 0, O'X- and 10. Warrant- ed anallno black. Special, sale ir 25( pair A Filial Clcai'inu'c of Liulics' Heavy Striped rhmnclette Gowns. Special, Tonight Utass.Extcnsipn Kotls' Goose'iieck stylo'with lirackels'coirirletc. Ki-. lends to 51 Inches. OC- Spcrial tonight, 2 cen', accounts will ho .Ihe ins color'.tiiis shades RIDE OLD DOBBIN i J V, f I I Grcei of JaiiCj.ltiiUxJSriruce', Apple-Green, Cress '-'Sasb, jCharl'reuse, F Niagara ".ri'oii: It.wilKte followed closely cllowiwlth the new shades of Gold loney, Roman Mustard, nhu- larb. .Blue bo popular, but amiliar shades' .will, hive -.the new names .of brlllianl Riviere Tiiriiuoisc.'-.. Then there are such neiitfalmiisly.shades of Bisque Beige, Gray, Cc- Nulria and glow- ing- ro'cnte hues .of. Magenta, -Hilby, Burgundy, Coral, Raspberry, American Deauty. Since Sir.'John Jcllicoc has. been living al Jlall which is Ms official residence as first lord of Ihc admlrally. Lady Jellicoe's grcal love for children-has 'manifested itscl -.-en more'-lhan in the past by her t'crcst In the orphans "of the llien ho lost their lives In tishllng under er husband's Lady Jel- coe Is a great favorite'with the cliil- en, both boys aniVglrla, and Is al- al liomc.when she calls at tlio Ig llampstcad where'sailors' aughlers-are cared' for. All of Ihein re many made EO by Hie asl naval battle off Jutland. The yomg npoplQ have been ver> ;ay this week; there being parties To: iem nearly every night. Last nigh Mrs... Iv. D. -Johnslon .entertained a number of young people for her soi Ralph. Conlcsls pE-.various kind's oc cupieil'lhe early, ifarl of.the dv'enins Hilila Church's side being victorious. Progressive.game's 'were then' played, WOMEN PLOWING IN THE OLD COUNTRY AT SEVEN 'CLOGK Lucy logjam Dcnpon .hijing the 'wlnnibrs- SeYeratydanccsVbrouEht to a c1ps6 a very'-plcasa'nt. evening. The hostess was. assisted In.serving refrcshmehls by; Nan 'Denoon. ThoEe pftsenl werer'lAicj-'Intrarav'Illl; da Dorothea .ton, of .ihe ;FelBe'r'-Tarm ..bijrf' The H. brld6 and Rrooni were Our store has been 'beauti- fully, decorated, ..refitted and equipped fine new fix- tures, You will find it attractive. and'us-ablc to 'give better scr--. vice than before the fire, Teopeii at 7 tonight aiid from 8V we will -Miss Itdsp '.Growhoro -jSlis Ti'Jis'jnaryied'ln Cal- ;ary to Richmond, of-Lcthbrldgc, nor..-Mr. "alils of Methodist church. The marriage look place lasl week n N'cw Ihii residence of ihe bride's .Dana Glb- of Miss ..Mr.- Icnrj- --late Marshall multi-mllllonalrif of Clitcas'p, nephew of Heal .y, wife of'A'drolral Sir David Boallr Mr. Field received hla early crincallon in England otKtoa, while -Mies Per kins Is a member of one of Ihe oldes and prominent families In Ytr days of work sacilflce In the old laud. The BuUdogt Art and Ice Cream Corner 4th Avc. and 5th St. S. Alexandra Hotel ;