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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 1020 THE LETnBRIDGE.DAILY HERALD PERSONAL Brig.-Gen. C.M.G., D.S.O, M.L.A'., leaves.tomorrow night for Ed- monton' lo ;aUend the session ot. tho provincial legbilatlyo assembly. spending a days la Calgary. -Mr) and Mrs. JL S. lieallle rind Mr. II. B. Healtla, ot Bow Island, are .vtsJt- ors lij Ihe city. HIshop Stringer, of the Yukon, was :i guCEt at luncheon this week, ol 'i'j-.eir Excellencies the Duke and Du ubssc'of Devonshire at Ottawa, The" condition of Dr. W. P. Craig ivhb lias been suffering from la grippe U much Improved. Mrs. iind Miss 1 t-chwollzcr have returned to Iho city after-spending a couple of weeks in Great Falls. A. Sharmdii j-elurned from a holi> day at the coast this morning. Jlrs. Sharman is remaining there for some Mrs. Willii iim H. I Henry is entertain- ing her (jucst, ;Mrs. E. Allrldge, of Waskada, Maii. Mr. James Stewart, of Grassy Lake, who has been spending a few days in the city, returned to his home ycs- tcrdav. W.'JI. Mclntyre, of Mngratb, was a visitor in tho city yesterday. Mrs. Clarke and Mr. Worth-Weisl, or Travcrs, were tho week-end guests ot Mr. nnd Sirs. McLean, North Mr.-and -Mrs. Alfred Knowles have just1 returned lo the city the Old Country whero they have been visit- ing during the pant few months. s. We'are ropUH; the satis YeterunV orchestra was In attend- ance and .tho old and now dances were enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served and tho committee- in chargo are to lie complimented upon success of tho affair. It Is hoped that a. series of similar entertain- ments 'can bo arranged to take place during the comlug season, 3 Tomorrow afternoon a lea will be given at th6-homo ot lire. Kipp, 1415 Clh. Aye.' S., under the direction of the Aid of Wesley church. Thtre i be a home- cooking table in evi- dence also. A silver Collection will be- taken In aid ot the memorial pipe organ fuud. V- v ff CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES c- The Wlllaril W. 0. T. U.' are giving n social evening al Ihe residence of 'Mrs. Kane, S2f 10th St. N., on Friday next, Fob. 20lh, at 8 p.m. Members and friends arc cordially invited attend. The Thlslle Sewing Circle will meel at the homo of Sirs. Haarleman, 1818 Oth Avc. N., on Wednesday afternoon. The nimual meeting ot tho Sir Alex- andra Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., will be held on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock A "rift'in lha lute" In the harinony ol the Cannoneers' Jan band pretty nearly took all the Jais out of a-prlv- ate danco that was staged at the Knights of Pythlaa Hall on Monday utghl. The band had beon split up owing to differences between lit or- iginal leader, Mr. Kllborn, and the remaining members. These members hid been engaged to prorlie the music for the dance, to start at D p.m. The dancers had assembled when the music furnishers were met by a. police officer who entered the hall and pro- ceeded to arrest thorn on'o charge pre- ferred by tho erstwhile leader, Kil- born, of the theft of the score of hitule. Tho musicians consequently had lo leave Iho hall to go to tho elation. It was a case ot "to be or not to be" ivllh the dancerr, and several of thcuL were not long In making up their minds that It was "to be" and that It was to bo "along with tho dance." A lawyer, Mr. Cray; was promptly requisitioned, Magistrate Irwln fetched to the ball obtained for tho arrested bandfemen. The liberated musicians rushed lo New Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses Are Coming In THE READY-TO-WEAR SECTION THE STORE 18 FAST TAKING ON AN ATMOSPHERE OF SPRINQ. NEW EL IB COMING IN ALMOST DAILY. If YOU WANT TO GET A LINE ON WHAT THE STYLE IN SUITS, DRESSES AND COATS ARE FOR THE COMING SEASON, WALK UPSTAIRS AND SEE THE COLLECTION. YOU WILL FlND'.MUCH TO INTEREST YOU AND PLENTY or DIVERSITY IN STYLE AND TREATMENT. AMONG THE NEW ARRIVALS In the Y. M. C. A. Is A full attendance The collection ot Royal Crown soap coupons for the quarter ending Feb- ruary 15th resulted as follows: .Central............... l.TSO Kleetwood 'Galbraith Westminster........... 307 r Individuals..................... Wesley Ladies' Aid..........'.. Outside points................ Tolal......... It may not -be generally known that the Koyal Crown soap coupon collec- tion Is conducted solely, Gen.- 'iral their cori- factory progress of the littlo Peterson tribntion toward the. Upkeep' of. the girl 'who was recently mauled by a dog and who at present Is a pultont in Gait Hospital. fcMf- and Jlra. G, H. Novell, of IPcvelstoke; liave arrived in the city to reside.- Mr. Xoiveli is the newly- aiijiointud C.'I'. R. division masier- inechanic, succeeding Mr. George Twist, who goes lo Hcvelsto'ke to as- sume similar duties thcro. The many friends of Bddle Fortin. of Clrassy I-flkc, who has been an S.C.K. at the Van Haarlem hospital, be dellghttd'to lihow that is now abto to: be about, v SOCIAL Alex. Smith. D3'j Slh St. S., .on- tErtjIncd very dcllkhtfully at the tea hoiir.' yestcrrtqy afternoon. Llt-Io AUco Smith ppcncS the door .and guests were rehelv.ed.-in'thc I'ooin by Mra. -Smitii local Travellers' Aid. Present Requests tof the Provin cial Exemption From Factory Act In accordance vdtb the policy of the rolail merchants tb" province, a new act is being asked for from the pro- vincial legislature whereby stores be exempt from the Factory Act and that a Shop Act be given establishing a KMiour wesk and lixin j a closing hour for every store In the. province. A request for the same has been pre- sented to the government by T. Miss '.'Mrs. .Sannilers lert to G.ictz nnd'Jas. Kelias ot tho Retail ptca room where the handsoincly- centred tea table was presided over UeVtbcr and Mrs. llisinboth- am, Mrs. Stafford cutting the icca, >Mrs. Edgclt, Misa Ada Mitrra'yj Miss Merchant' Association. The act asked for -will provide for sanitary regulations and will also gov- ern tlio sale of foods in restaurnr.13, Iho provision lhat restaurant Afyrl O'Hagau, Miss Marjorle Higuv' keepers bo required to have a separate bothani arid'MIss Mabel Winter assist-', building for the sale of good's. It also cd in serving. -'seeks lo regulate slorea kept by Orientals nnd Creeks, and covers Chiu- eao laundries. In' addition, legislation ha? been asked for'lo prelect merchants ogalnsl emoval of goods gold nutler lien con- ract.- Other legislation requesled la an amciidincnl lo Iho Kgg-candling liowkcrs' and pedlars' md a Mortgage lo protect mor- ihaiits selling necessaries to farmers on credit. Tlie local-staff bt-tho Hudson Bay company together with their friends onjoyed a ibost successful danco given in iiiarpers' hall last evening. Tho A, Few Cents .Stpp.s Faltirijj and Doubles Its Beauty, Hair THE CONSIDERATION It Is understood that the land recently acquired by the Mennon- from the Big Bend Cattle company, situated between Woof- ford and Carditon, consisted of four icctions, and that the price paid was Include, the buildings of the !'.-V the ball where they vrere greeted with cheers by the wating and expectant dancers, and sensed tho meaning ol tho Incident by breaking out with the music "Bluing tho Blues." Tho charge of theft was later drawn by Mr. Kllborji, and so-an In ctdent that for the time being was ex The learned preachers who declare that tho world Is losing faith should consider the number of hair-res torers on the market. Boston Shoo.' arid S of r. 1 t-sltkj 3 I-I'A Vl r Ml a lllu Kb krfw iBd >--n I tai u4 ttlu bsiwii rtll; i 'I OT1 lot eta. eckni IGCJ tit GUisc ctkc use. other are ins WHOLESALE GROCER DEAD WINNIPEG-, Feb. Mao kenzle, president wholesale grocery firm of W. Mackenzie, Lim- ited, a resident ot this city sinco died this morning. Mr. Mackenzie was born at Dickin- son's Lauding, and was 88 years old. LIFT OFF CORNS! Freezone is magicl Corhs.lift off with firiECrs without pain A little "Dandcrlne" cools, clenass and makes the fovc-rlsh, Itchy scali r.oft and pliable; then thlg stimulating tonic penetrates lo the famished hair roots, revitalizing nnd Invlgoratinn every hnlr in Ibo head, thus stopping Iho hnlr falling out, gelling thin, BCMHgly or fading. Afler n few, appllcaUons o( "Danilei- ino" you-sflUo'irfliid n fallen hair or a parttclo of daminiff, besides tiny Imlr showa mOTi! life, vigor, bright ness, color and thickness A few cents bay3 a bottle of lie- Hghtful "pandcrlne" fit ;my drus or toilet SUPPLY OF BONDED GRAIN NEW YORK. Feb. visible supply of bonded grain shows tho fol- lowing changes: Wheat, decreased buslitlB; increased -buahcls; Oats, decreased Increased bnehels; fitirlny, In- creased -H.OOO bushels. 16 ILLICIT STILLS Tho Mounled Police have Tjeen very active in .locfttlnj; till slilla in Iho district. Sinco Jnnuary lOlh sixteen convic- ft ff floiis havo been obtained. 'ft Hurl? N'o, not one Ml! Just 'drop a -lillle IVeczono on that touchy, rojrn, If.sfantly'it stops aching, l.hon you. lift tbnL bothersome corn Vca, magic! Coals only n'-fcw-'cenls, Try Kreozono! Your 'fiiills a autflcient-lo aluo at, r yard LIG'Ht inches, wide. Fast col- ors. Many designs to choose from... OQU Yard OoC COLORED RAW SHANTUNG In of-.Belgian, old roae, reaeila, bluo. Inchej'V'ISB.-'Special valuo at; yard' tit'tiv, HOUSE FURNISHINGS DEPT. MADE OF BESTAOUALITY PROCUR. ABLE. OILCLOTH SQUARES, 6x9, o nrp Oood Value, at................. Oil O LINOLEUM 714x9. 1 A A Good valuo at.............. 10.VV LINOLEUM r.-j Oood vflluo at........ LINOLEUM 0x12. or f-A Good value M................tiO.flU INLWD yards t wldo. Per lineal yard JUST PLACED IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF TABLE OILCLOTH, 'APRON CLOTHS, T 3ANITILE AND LEATHERETTES, ranging.In price from 6Sc yard dp. Items of Interest in FOOTWEAR LADIES' TAN CALF Ixiula heol and goodyoar Q welt, perforated toe. Price.. LADIES' BLACK KID With Txtula hcol nnd long pointed vamp nnd goodycar welt. 1YICO LADIES' BLACK PATENT OXFORDS Louis hee! and long pointed vamp and goodyear well. Price................... LADIES'. PATENT with French heel: Price.............. 8.50 PUMPS-JIcKay ........5.59 LADIES' DARK GREY KID With perforated too cap. Goodyear welt and tnllllary lied, 1O-AA' Fries ...T................. lO.UU LADIES' BLACK inch lop. McKay, Cuban heel. A good every day boot. 1'rlco...... :'S' WEAR MEN'S SPRINQ Just arrived, 3 large range of patterns and J A A from to MEN'S- Wo carry a full iliiii oi'the famous Pcabody Overells. MEN'S MEDIUM COMBINA- TION Color cream. Sizes '36 lo 42. Per A A suit1... BO.Y8' WOOL COAT Siz- es 28 to 32. PA. Special U.tJUl MEN'S WORK Made of a good duality military flannel. Sizes, n fjf specmi COTTON 10 16 'ID Special, per pair MEN'S GREY WOOL WORK Special, 3 pairs t AA ;