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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WKUNESOAY, KKBHUAHV 18, TUK Lli'lllUltlbiit; HhlUI-u PAGE ELK V EN PERSONAL Major Burnett waa a visitor In Cal- Bury yesterday. returned to the city yesterday after- uoou. 4 Dr. and Mrs. Greonaway of Raymond were the guests of Mrs. lever- ing yeslerduy. Mrs. Shanuan Is i'.t present visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. McKelvy ot tnends v.'lll regret to learn ot the, Illness of Mrs. J. Norman Ultchto and us In extending wishes lor _ Bongs, etc., the entire performance lag carried through with a. swing that made ivs presentation delightful and toteieitlcf. It would, indeed bo hard to out olie 'or Wlal men- tion as caeh performer' snowed mark- ed abUltyTn. earning out his or her special part. The jlnglaE throughout Is dfcerrlog of notice also the action song "The Gleaners" where the pret- tily gowned girls rtjalomTthclr song particularly well. Much credit Is dua the sisters for their excellent work in preparing the program and training the children.- result.of their un- tiring eltortB-.In direction and. Instruc- tion was splendid. Following Is the program as given: 1. Duet Masters Supina and McGregor.: 3. Tho Grand Old 3. Musical Dialogue. 4. des Misses Kenny and Coolln. 5. "VUil of the. by Juniors.' C. Kerry Bong and Misses AVard, I'opson, Machlonald. 7. the' Bivouac her speedy recovery. Worth Fair has returned to the city after a two ILIUM.I.I in Mhjuejiv olls. forJ were visitors in Iho city ycstcr- Dr. Lynn iias returned from Calgary. j Mrs. Lynn euJ 1-awronce will return Senator and Mrs. UeVeber expect to leave oil Saturday for Ottawa. Mta Robinson ami Mis-.; Mclnnts j lnB lnm wlio have been holidaying iu St. Paul, I In that cliy for a few days longer. Mrs. J. II. I-ee returned last eren Tctis How to Stop a Bud Cough rrr_pUi from tlil sjrtip. jircturrd ccJ costs Mltlc. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Drown returned lo tho city this morning (rora Cal- gary. v Day, Calgary, secretary; Sister Calgary, treasurer. The Competition A feature ot absorbing interest the competition In the Hebefcah de- cree (or the "Dominion Challtnge Cup." There are five teams compet- ing vir.; Anoka lodge No. Z of Csl- jewel lodie No. 25, Edmonton; Dominion lodge No. 41. Lethbridgc; Ruth lodge No. o, Medicine Hat; Esther lodge No. 1, Calgary. For two years past Jewel lodge of Edmonton been the winning competitor, and it that succeeds this time, cup will be theirs permanently. NUR6INO MIS8IOM REPORT- S. Sous Girls. 9. Vocal the Dusk ot the Fopson and Pluchak. 10. Tennanl, Olmshank; Deriennjv> 11. "Jack Frost's The Store of Quality Groceries tr Enrlght, Pete Popsoa. John Plsko, If you have -a severe cough or tlicst cold with soreness, throat lii-lile, -'lioarseiitss, or diftJcull or H 'your' child waken up during the night Tt'ilh "Vrcu'.i 1111J you (jiuck this rclfobtu'oM liomc-iiuda cotij-'Ii'icMJCilv. Any win singly you with 21 cnucT'' of I'inos 150 rents i'our thjj intti :i lurttlo ILIU! ,_ ______ lill tile it'll xt Or TOII i'r of clanlicd SOCIAL St. Basil's school auditorium was filled vrith parents anil friends last evening when 4hu children of the sep- arate schools of the city gavo a con- cert of considerable merit. Tho chil- dren exi-clloi! any former efforts in the presentation of their drills, plays, in dttirH. This recipe _____ jj "ou'ncM rf really rc-umkuWe cou-fh. reiuecly.' It iasf.-T ;rft-'l- -in-! in JI'liO Ci" it'i upcTi to relief. You can tliis hbU of a cfiusli in r. way thai It loosens and" vMfci plilrpm. throat tickle mid :iinl IIIMIS tliO uu'mLrunes ihat line i'.jc throat r.T.1 branchial Uilic-s vritli eiicli prompt- cflsti ?.nd certainty tfirrf it U really llfehly concon- Ira led compou tul ef Xonvny itinc extract, :iwi iirnUnbU' the known liicfim f-l" severe tonshs, throat chest colds. There arc innny worthies imitations of tins mixture-. To Avoid disappoint- srenl. ask icr arnicas of Pintx" full directions snd don't ascent any- I hint; dec. Gunt an teed -tti'plvc' absolute Hatisfaction or money promptly re- funded. The rEnci; Co., Toronto, Out. SOUND HEALTH to many thousands is practi- cally a matter of trie right use of reliable means of main- taining vitality- EMULSION time-honored and reliable, combines pnlataiafity, inherent virtues and unrivaled efficacy. At the first sign of weakness take Scott's Emulsion. AK It eTerjr- "Mark of Fbhennan MJ( 12. lier- nard and While. IS. Action Maids." U. Kettle. 15. "Murmuring Sen- ior Girls. 10. Monologue Dublin Hoase- llali by Miss Kro- plnak. 17. Dramatization of "Parable of the Ten NieiJer- mler, Zcltle, Miles, Kregofsky, Machlonald, Bernard, Uosbaskle, Petras, Dorchak. IS. Miss Bernard, Master Uernard. God Save The King. Mra. Fred Hick enlerlained at the tea hour yeslerdny in honor cf her guest, Mrs. Archie McCorvle, who Is leaving the city shortly to reside in Maplo Creek. The High School will stage its an uual entertainment on Friday even Ing. February 20th, at the Central School auditorium with a varied mus- and dramatic program. Tho dramatic feature will bo a one net comedy "My Lord in by Orade XI. Grade XII will taio Ihe I leading part In n series of tableaux of- fering an allegorical presentation ot i thft great war. The cominerclal'courses arc contributing an Interesting item in tha form of a drill with waltz movement. The French classes will lio represented with ihree short music OTd dramatic novelties giving glimpses o! lif.2 in France. Among tho other musical items will be a girls' quni MISS ROSAMOND EOULTBEE made hercelf famous overseas as a. war.correspondent. She has just returned to her homo in Toronto after years in all parts ot Europe. many strands of rei drawings. A splen- did programme including songs by Horstedder. Mrs. J. Hooker, Jlrs. Sivingler, Mr. Stott and Mr. Klluer rendered and Mrs. play- ed several plaao selcciions before re- freshments were eervcil by members of the Women's Auxiliary, under whoso auspices the whole delightful affair was arranged. Dancing was then enjoyed until a lato hour. Don't forget the silver and Junior medal contest will be staged on Thursday evening next, February 26th In Wesley hall. The- proceeds will be In aid of the new Travellers' Aid home. WEDDINGS Followlne Is the report of tha Nurs- ing Mission for Iho month, of January, 1920: Number of now patients......... 3S Number of old patients......... 12 Number of Metro, patients 3 Number of professional calls: (Day) 320 10 Number of friendly an-1 relief calls .......................170 Number of business calls 9S Number ol office calls SOI Tolal calls.................. 899 Number of patients paying full fee 8 Number of patients paying part fee......................... 11 Number ot patients cared for free 10 Groceries have been given to 31 families, meal to 27 families, fresh milk to nine families, medicine to two patients, bt.l-llncn to four patients, new boots for five children and cue woman, for fou SHOES- lias the important factor building good feet in infancy erer occurred lo you? This can iio done by having your children's, feet properly fitted with sliocs suitable to-tho mrtfe-nliir foot to1 allow for growth as well as keep tno In shape growing. Aduitci auf.'er i'roni foot ailments, commenced in infancy. How uhout you-75? BRING THE CHILDREN TO US. WE KNOW-HOW, ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES'FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING teite and a violin solo by Master Jet- nomination report and troy Waddington. The performance .ballollng will take ujace tor begins at' S.15 sharp. Adults school children 25c. Tick- ets may ho obtained from any high school student. i, acw underwear and Blockings ir school hoys, new suits for two boys, flannelette given to two cxpec tant mothers who had nothing hut flour sacks to make their layetles. two sets of baby clothes where nothing had been provided, new rubbers for one little, girl. A raatlrcss was given to i family where five of them had to crowd Into one ted. Warm quilts were given to flvo fsmilios, worn clothing and hoots were given lq 23 families, seventeen loads of coal were sent out hy tEC city, wnter rates were paid for 19 fam Illes, room rent paid for two old men house rent paid for one woman who was deserted by her husband, for an other woman and her baby who wo have sine? secured work for in the country. 5S'calls tor women for day's work have been supplied, eight calls for women to help where there was ill- neHs, five calls for maids supplied, and seven calls for men. Tho follflwlng donallons were grale- fully received: Dag potatoes. from Mr. Coolin; clothing and "now quilts from tho Ladies' Aid at Dolliebow, Ontario; a good Singer sewing nuichine from the will he held on Thursday evening Alexander Gait Chapter I. 0. D the Y. M. C. A. Rl'.S .o'clock. The .K neK underwear, stockings and mills from London, Ont., (no name at- IUNDEROB-LA1SEN A quiet wedding was solemnized at high noon yesterday at the Presbyter Ian church manse when itcv. A. II. lie noon united in -marriage Miss Ella Kalherin Lalsen of Hone, D., anil Mr. Hugh Banderob of Beddington, Alia. Mr. and Mrs. Banderob left following the ceremony tor their new home in Beildington. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, NOT ONLY IN THE QUALITY OF THE GOODS WE SELL AND THE PRICE AT WHICH WE SELL THEM, BUT ALSO iN EVERY SERVICE WE RENDER YOU AS OUR CUSTOMER. Beam, small white B.C., 5 Ibs. for 45c Barley, Pot, 3 Ik for................... 25c Split Peas, choice, 3 ibs. for...............30c Dry Green Peai, good cookers, 3 Ibs. for Lentils, Egyptian, 2 Ibs. for...............35c Corn Flakes, Dominion, 4 packets for....... 52c Corn Flakes, Kfinkle, 5 packets for S5c Rice Flakes, Kellogg's, 2 packets for Grape Nuts, 2 packets for .x....... Post Toasties, 4 packets for PHONES 313 arid 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE teacher assistants, who nr-e-ail-women. 'when tho nurses were first employed the hoard placed them on the-same scale as the public school assistants. Since that time the nurses have re- ceived such increase bs .Ihe school assistants received. Tho Scales were similar. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES fj. 4. A The annual meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 1.0. D. B-, NEARLY A DOUBLE TRAGEDY Rev. N. D. Keith Faces a Terrible Death and Makes a Thrilling Rescue throughout the west and'la this city owing to his prominent work in con- nection with the Westminster Ladles' College, Edmonton. MRS. ROSE PASTOR STOKES WOULD RUN FOR REPRESENTATIVE CHICAGO, Feb. nose Fas- ter Stokes, brought here from' York to answer a charge of "advocjat- (Glencoe Transcript) 1'ng overthrow of the .United States A thrilling and hairbreadth escapo government ;by force or other from death happened on the arrival ot today announced hejr can- the Limited from onto at the" Grand Trunk depot at Tiio parish hall of St. Mary's church North Leihbridge, vas hist evening tho scene of a most enjoyable. Valen- tine social. Elaborate decorations had been made and the hall presented a gay appearance with its numerous hearts, nnfl cuplds falling from the FORTUNE IN OLD CLOTHES CHEST Pass it Along Lc.irn to say it now and but two times and more at evcry-meal. The liberal eating of good bread will help yoti store up strength and vitality. For real nutritive, :ooc! can take the place of a quality !oai of the staff of life, i 4 The very flour and ollkr injrcdicnts the offer! go into the mailing o! cur You can buy I confidence and the ihot your money buyi um food value at a minimum Eat Quaker Bread JOHN G1LMORE LTD. Phone 378 "Diamond Djfes" Turn Faded, Shabby Appu< into New Old, for 1920. The of every member is urged.' L 'r, 0 S Kinc's Oivn Class .of Knox church will not meet Ihls wcelf. The regular monthly.meeting of Iho St. John Ambulance will be held tuolght at 7.4D at the home' of Miss.Bawilen when n practical course will be given. Tho St. Augustin Church choir is to he present at the service this evening at S o'clock. Tho teachers anil officers of Wosley Sabbath school will hold Iheir mon- thly, meeting on Thursday evening at 8.15, In Ihe ladles', parlor -of Ihe church, A full attendance is urged. LETHBRIDBE .LADY HONORED one dozen chairs from the nod Cross Society; warm comforlers from Knox ch'urch'ladles, aifti n good box of clothing from a Girls' Club at CoaMale. (Signed) Anna M. Tllley, Superintendent NEW EXPERIMENT IN'HARRIED LIFE Don't worry ahout perfect results. "Diamond Bnaranteed to ve a new, rich, fadeless color to any Ijrlc, whether it be -wool, silk, llnoh, itton or mixed ouses, stockings, 'skirts, children's ials, feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack- je tells so plainly how to diamond yo over nny color Uiat you can not lake a mistake. To match any material, have drug- 1st show yon "Diamond Dye" Color Bride and Groom Maintain Sep- arate Establishments Des- pite Ceremony. CALGAHY. The lent1.-, annual ses- sion of (he liebekali assembly, 1.0 opened at S.SO Monday morning. Sister Hawkes, past noble grand, in- troduced Sister A. Nichols, district deputy president for Calgary, wbo gave the address of welcome, Sister Fox, president, replying In a very cf- llcient manner. large number of delegates wura present and consider able business traiisacled. Tlie officers for tho ensuing year were elected as follows SIsler 5Iorden, l.ethliridgc, president; Sister Pendle- Uook at Tongutl Remove Poisons From Stomach, Liver and Bowels, Accept "California" Syrup of for the namo California on tlie package, then you aro sure your child la having Iho best and most harmless laxative or [ihyfllc lor th? little stomach, liver and Ixwels. Child- ran lovo Its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for, child's iloso on each bot- tle. Glvo It without fear. Mother! Von mils! say "California." NEW newest thing in marriages has Just arrived. The bride and groom live In separata establish- ments In different towns. Hubby keeps his name; wifey keeps hers. Both wear a ring. They visit each other over week-ends or run sway to- gether for ft couple of days whenever tho mood seizes them. In this way "lovo will never grow the two will remain sweethearts nil their lives, vfitoy will not bo a mere house keeper, or husband a furnace in short perfect bliss Is to be obtain- ed! The' eipcrlmqnl Is that of Nini Wllcox Putnam, who has just mar- ried Robert 'J. Anderson. Tho brldo .tho- widow 'of Robert Faulklner 1'nlnam,