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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIKSDAY. AIIV IS, 1'JIH HJK fAGK KLKVhN If you telephone merely for tea without specifying BLUE RIBBON TEA your grocer may think you are not very doesn't pay. Hoard Will Not Sacrifice Efiic iency For Sake of Economy The atljuurneil meeting of Ihc Hos 1224 daiift- imiighi in t-rjniJiw-rioliig ut S 'liicr.' will IIP no Kir-! Aid rlaei account of tlie lecl'jrr Mr. iv.er PERSONAL I it Mr. anil Mrs. K. I', llylaiids and Agues IcU today for a tlicrt hi-'Hday at Victoria, Mrs. R. Gor'nould, has visiting in U'tiibrul'je. lias relurnfl lo lier in llurdett. .Mrs. W. S. tla'braiih anJ dmiKUt'-r, Jean. Ifft yesterday visit in ICd- mouton. The Indies' tharch will met! at C. S. Karrow on 1-y al at o'clock. There combined with for Ihe purpose sockty and to InrrUi j'i-n tor work for the lomlug year, will please attend. The vi. A. j: in" illiliis of .Mrs. J. 1'. Mi .-it. .S, tomorrow atu'nr.1 :n 'J o'clock for sewing. t aOClAL EVENT! atlvUcbllity of erecting an entire! tew butldlnE was car'etully into liut it was felt that by the present kitchen, the hospital could set from it fully satisfactory service for ihe nest thros or four rears .when building operations would probably bo less expensive and the amount to be expended on the alterations decid- ed upon, woulil he much less than the interest for three years on the sum necessary to expeiid on a new build' The estimates of receipts and ei penditures wwe adopted as in Iho re port, witli tlie exception of addin The congreraiiou ot Ihp Oirislieu churcli were pleased to ite Her. O. Curtis once mere occupying pulpit of tlie cJiarch alter a long all- Fence due to illness. par.i'ory ID cou-.ii i Friday, at k- i of M. I Pentecoftal -11 Tmvday. Undenominational Biblt Stiiool This ichool H a c V' l.air.onfs i-Liisits. will I.eM in iLt! Vj-.'infill of cliMKi churrli. All inu-ndicx tnk.r.'.; lilt studies are i" 1'n-i- un 'fuci'lay i-voiiiusi Mr full instructions ami I There will also he a Friday at I Our Constant Aim IS TO MAKE OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT A MORE DESIRABLE SOURCE OF SUPPLY. AN EFFICIENT AID TO THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIVES. WE AIM AT PERFECTION IN ALL QUALITY. PRICE, AND SERVICE. IF NOT ALREADY A CUSTOM- ER, WE SOLICIT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLEASE YOU. stlioi'l is Giicn and frt v v lo all Mr.! ChriEtian alter- I noon, at ladies' Aid mee'._ Hie liotiiL- c'. Mrs. I'urriiw. at S [i.lll. I'X-'al llctvaiiii will lert.'jmeu less Harris left this morning c A pleasant surprise V.MS Riven Hid .Mrs, T. Mundy at tVir homo at stli St. X. 1331 v.Iii'il aucul: 10 friends gathered the casioa beitis Mrs. -MinnSy's birthday, holil a card pruty al the humo ul i rcrv enjoyable :iim' v.'us sncnl la'.Mm. Dimswonli. till Wh St i.iusii-'an.l afi-r '.vlik-h dainty I Thursday, at 8: Ouir practice Incluilini! a Invt-ly IIBIKU ot Mrs BjlJcrsun. I [dial Bur.nl was held lasl night, a! which all Hie members were present [or llio of ilisriiEsinc anil tak- ing arllon tile fmiivnian'ri An- imal reiiurt. Till' reiiurt was di.-russcu1 clause liy clause anil rarctully Bi-rullalteil with tire object it pussiljlc of reducing tlie nccessarv cxpLlHiUure for the cur- rent year. Tlie Hoard decided tiiai the principle on whlfll they must work. was lliat in) elllcifiicy in muFt he to economy, it was ilec'uicJ lo increase Ihe nursing staff so llml llu-re would tie a on each door and tlie Superin lendeut was instructed to get three more graduate nurses as soon as poas ible, 50 that all patients entering tho hospital stiouhl feel that they are get liny the very best of service. Tho redecorating work as outlined in the report, including Iwenly-fmir (21) rooms hi (lie Hospital anj Nurse's Home, was authorized. The waiting room was lo ho attractively ftirnUhccl. new lockers provided for the patient's clothes, anil the long corridor between the two buildings to be repaired by (lows in ilic corridor, and a swing door where it enters the old building. ,lvo repairs were authorized the about Jl.OOO.OO. to cover the cost of ac'.lon for damages taken in the supreme court. It was resolved thst the approprit iou Irani tlie City of l.ethbriclge re iiiired for the year 1S19, be J7.00U lo cover the previous year's de Ic'il; for current I9K'; ;i.00i> lo cover cost of action for daci The matter of increasing the visit .nn liours in the pulilic ward wa ariefly discussed. It was Uecidcil to d 'this to the committee on Internal en a business to Mirror l.skc ami ullicr on the Kootenay and Mrs. N. T. Bteman were visitors in Blairmore on Saturday. .hldge and -Mrs. .lackson are visi- tors in Calgary, where the former is attending the annual meeting of the Alberta provincial branch of the Red Cross Society. Mrs. Jackson will re main till the end of the week. cake, wer WEODING8 A verv pretty wedding took ut S21A llraemar itrt-i-'. MfJirine on Saturday. Felir'jary ITith. when CattHTino liarr Stewart, ci llarrhcad .Kcotliiri.l. became lii" at Uuur.i-r Mr. and Mrs. Cutler, wlio liaveja .Maclndoe. been visiting in the city for a few i Tile bride worn a very liecoiuln_ [lays, have lull for Council Hiuffs, i Ore's o! cliarnieilff and JOWLI' i ge'-le crepe, a veil wiili bios I isotn. and white !ic-at'iit.r. She was al A spienilid record for sijcks is that tended by Mrs. H. n. Kin-hie, of f.cth- n.aili! by Ethel Allen, age'l years. I b.-iijge, while the gnmn was aiteil'Ied of Westminster school, who has just j by handeit in the last of UOO pairs ill Ave. S. L O at Ktlii-t Society mtst sabjei l. "Cencology." Christian wiekly u-stiuionia! neeting. St. 7.15: Boy Scouts; S, Tarodiia! Association. Thursday. G. A. rrlilay, J. W. A.: S, Choir: practice. I St. Cyprian's.....Tuesday evening. 'L'r-aclievs' meet'.ng. j Friday, S.ir, and 7.in: Confirmation 25c 25c Itscal Table Salt, in packets. fiir iJU Ainu JeMluia'iTlier lisl...... Clams, eitra quality. tin..................- Spaghetti, Ca'.'ili'--. 1- 01. plit., for Tr-a HKilson llav Crfrli lu. i.JCkH. 1 each ivaili Jam. No liolleil Oats, itciblu Hood. 09- ill toljf.-'. Jt'h Tcimutoi-.', J'ts, 4 rMiiiant brancL imperial 1 O (.'hefff. jars, each 1OV. pi'r and dozen (irape Kruir. 2 for.................... A fresh supply of Royal Excelsior and Dromedary Dates just in. PHONE 313 class; pin.: tlirl lluiderf anil lioy -lV011T nome after fonts' inci-ting. I Custable Walter I-vigli. cf Harnia., tight ami found his wife dead in bed. home after being en duty Heart disease wai ihs cause. management, for them to take such man, action as they deem wise. The meet- Ing adjourned at eleven o'clock. bocks knitted for Hie soldiers. The Canadian Society o.' Southern California recently held a picnic and reunion at Kanta Monica, California, I at which over Canadians were present. Among Ilia local visitors from Lelhbridge were Mrs. S. T. Me- Arthur and sen, Mr- anil Mrs. J. Higinbolham and daughters. Miss Wood. iSlra. It. It. Davidson and son, Mra. II. Long and daughter. Dr. and 'Mrs A. (I. Itobertson and son, and Mrs. D. J. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. liuchau, Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith. 10, _______ Miss Goodhand, oj Calgary, arrived dangerously wounded In j (n (he city Monday afternoon to take Hospllal lliis morning, suf- j charge ot Miss .Tilnc-y's work rooms. Jstjby Mr. P. W. nithanls. of Medicine wi uf li'at. Hev. J. K. Clarkson perforincd sister. Mrs. P. W. Illchanlp. Mr. and Mrs. Maclndoe will reside in Leth- bridge. Knox .....Tlie annual meeting ot iluj Women's Missionary! SoclMy he he'd on Wednesday; in the schoolroom of ihe church. There will lie tJiree sessions, morning, after-1 noon and evening. The evening seti- v-ill tie public and will be- ail-; dressed hy two members of the pre-i-- bytery. Presbyterians will meet on Wetlues- day and Thursday in Knoi church. On Thursday evening thtre will ne a public meeting at which addresses I will be given by Dr. .1. C. Shearr-r. o[ J Toronto, on the "Social Ideal of tho S.LVER MEDAL CONTEST I 'A very- ditficult tasli was given the judges at the Silver Medal contest held under tlie auspices of the Willard Ds- T. home of Winnipeg, oa the- "Hecousecration ot our Youth." Everybody invitert. Tho Dig ivil! liolil a tea al the homo of Mrs. F. K. Spooner on Saturday a'ftemoon at All the miMnbiTs of I lie congregation kindly SOMETHING NEW Every Day The interest never-wants her: because there are inew; things arriving all the time at the Sucy Corner Store. At present there, seems to be a sort of endless flow of wanted assortment has been rather limited of late, but no-v you will be surprised) and delighted with the spring and summer goods which have been pjcea.m stock. lo have been a highwayman, was accosted by a man near his resi- dence who told him lo put up his pleased to welcome her bacfc. J- B. Wo oils, who has been a CUPPEon Iho judges iletidod thai Vernal n1 Hoselton was tlin. winner cl the medal. tmi. who are lo bn congratuJatetl upon ilicir fplrntHd work. The iudges for thp competition were Mrs. K. LIFT OFF CORNS! Eitenslvo repairs were authorized deuce who told him lo put up nia Mr. j. B. Woods, wno lias oeen conipeiinon were JITS. n. mi'to Jl 50000 on the hit-hen so tint hands. Instead ot complying with the in tho city lor a sliort time. Mrs. J. E. Levering and Hev. O. Cn ills department coulil he" brought up', command Wolfe fought end was shot. has returned to Ills home in I'incher nnfn_nr1 Tlil Tlplll llrfia'lt Hi la department could be brought up; comman oo a to the standard of modern hospilals. The bullet entered his right breast. the other clauses in the report; going through the lime and passing were finally adopted, with the cicep-iout beneath his shoulder blade. lion of that one dealing with ed fuel storage, which the board felt Winnipeg veterans 'btliove raan> might lie left over for the present. The prominent men of that o.ty, while erpenditure as above on tho kitchen. 1 preaching loyalty are themselves em- was debated at great length and the ploying alien enemies. When your head aches, it-is usually caused by ypur liver or stomach getting out of order.. These "sick headaches11 quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is relieved of its bilious contents. Right your stomach and regulate and tone the liver with Bcecham's Pills, which rapidly improve conditions and promptly Help Headache of Special to Women are wilh Ererjr Bar. n -S t In 25 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The reading of tea cups will lid one of the many attractions at the tes being given by the Big Sisters' clafs fit the home of Mrs. F. B. Spooner on Saturday sflernoon. Be sure to re- serve (Iris dale a pleasant after- noon tis. During Ih'e evening a was given tiy entitled. I "A Hoy's 'Miss A. j bruok also gave a reading, "A Story of' a Great Convicfcon." by Mrs. Frances] Wiltard. Tlie inedal was presented to tlie winner by Mrs. Hamil- ton. It is interesting to note tM; yester 1 day, February IT. was the birthday of i Frances founder of thd great I i C. T. nioyt-menl, whose birth- day is celebrated every year, usually by hol'ling C. T. IT. conreris or Apply few drops then lift sore, touchy corns off with( fingers There -will be no sewing at tho convent rooms tomorrow. The, lailies ot the Major Jack Hoss Chapter. 1. O.j D. K.. are nsked to meet In tlie K. of p. hall at 2 o'clock to lieln dc'corate the halt for the dance'on Thursday. The Girla' Auxiliary will meet to- night at 7.SO sharp at the N'nrsing Mis- Islon. Members are urged to niaKe n I special effort to attend. It is request- erl that alt ontslamlinif nccounls lie i presented at tjiis meeting. The memhers ot tiio Major Jack I lloss Chapter. I. O. K.. will hold an nformal dance in the K. of P. hall on Thursday, February 50. The patron- {DRESS GOODS SILKS. WEED SKIRTINGS j BLACK Doesn't hurl a bit! Drop a ItUle Kreozone on an jscliiny corn, instantly itiat corn stops liurling, thoa you lift tit right out. Vca. raaglcl Here Have Heen A ilotiie of fteczone costs butj Only One or Two Days a few cnnts at any drug store, but u Week Letlibridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. FOR Castings and Machine Work REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MAKERS OF ROLL AND PLATE GRINDERS LAND PACKERS AND DEEP WELL PUMPS Thursday, Feruary e paron- While miners in other parts of tho esses arc Mrs. lie Vcher. Mra. llran- world are rlanmrinj; for a five (lay rter Mrs S li. Mitchell and Mrs. D. week, force of circumstances is bring-; II Ellon Tickets may be obtained about just that condition in tho from any member o! Ihe rhapter. A Pass minine camps according to infor- ur-piece orchestra will he In at- malion received hy the general ofnce of the C. P. H. here. Starting Monda I all mines along the Crow will wor.. Tho Ancient Order uf Foresters only live .lays a week, owing in thort- fourt Star arc holding the fourth ot ago ol orders while the International their series of dances In Iho K, ot a' Coleroau will likely only four hall on Friday evening. February days each week. In this way it is from till I. Miss Arnold's orchcs- mlllc Ira. For invitations phone 1792. tngflher lor the time when or- i ders will be more in evidence anil the Thr, ladies cf Ihe (J. I .A. will nicet' "111 bo for n sil with Mrs. Thomas McNabh at fili 7lh week. St. S., on Wudncsclay ntlcrnoon, Kch- Mines in (he l.ellinridjce Held sup- ruary 19, for 'plying ilomeslir loal throughout the prairies are wording only a day or two The IJauglilers mid 'Malu. tries children's dresses. Only. 7 r per vard 1 TAFFETA SILK COLORED SAN medium quality at oicellent wearing Black Silk at a moder- Tills is a splendid price when you consider the for ladies' anil children's wear. A good finish, nnil looks weli when made up. Full range Full 36 Indira wide, and excellent solid black o AA per yard V shades. 42 inches wide, q ft ft At, per yard FINE beautiful tine soft russy Fine Cottons anil Silk Ihal makes up wcl In 30. 40 and 42 Inch dresses or odd skirts. A Suitable for undarwear, that wears well. Fill rohes. children's wear. etc. Our stock Is large nnd our ot shades. 42 1 ff Inches wide, al right, yard 25c, 30c, (Oc, 50c and PONGEE COLORED An citra fine Mcrcerhetl Is B full yard wide, 1 ton Mii'il. Ir. v.'lilts range o( shades, sue maize shades. These arc reseda, pink, .while, blac Inrhes vrUo and will cut maize. Suitalile for dresse good advantage. At. per yard waists, per 1 NEW VOILE BLOUSES The ami most attractive range of volte Mouses we Tmvp rvcr shown. Prices to please all. SPECIALISTS IN EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR, H03IERV, COKSETS AfiD UNDERWEAR. ;