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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21.1920 THE LETHBKID'GR UATLY HERALD PAGE URGE PERSONAL v Mr: ami Mrs. F. E. Spoouer en-. lerialnlnK, as their guest. Major .Bears, of Kingston, 'Ont. c 9 Mifj Uerta Uoulloil, of Barons, is e week ond with her par- ents. i arc pleased tn ztitc that JMr. J. Ui'lnBalone. recently under- j went -an operation In Gait has sufficiently recovered to. .permit of his return home. JIIss .N'evo returned yesterday from Calgary. Senator and Mrer'rxs VeWr left yos- lerdsy for Ottawa, via Calgary. Dur- Ing their absence .Mr. and Mrs. John Craig will occupy ,taelr reeiiisnce. s Hirers addressed the Commun- ity Club at Vulcan on Thursday night. Mr. Walter Brooks. lias been Quito 111. U now convalescing at the of .Mr. and Mrs. D.. A. Simpson, 4th. Avenue. .Mrs. A. n. JlcCiuire and daughter left today for Victoria where Jhey wlll spend several Cis'arYoiir Scalp and Skin'Wi-thCuticura After shavjnu and before bathing touch" dsndrnff and itching, pimples and blackheads wilhCiiticura Oint- Wash all; off wilh Cuti.cura Soajj and Hot wale r, using plenty Sinn best'applkd.willi the O.rie Soap f pr ail uses, sluvmg.Ehain- pooing, bathing. 25c, 25 fcod 50c. Soli! l> thcDcinilnlon. CanaJianDt LTraciu. St. Si. putr. Soap Amrrt wtooct rtKf Mr. C. H. Fair, manager ol the iudjcn's Bay store bsre, bee gone east on a business trip. He will visit Toronto and New York Mre. Allsa returned this af terncon from Brandon, Man., whero shB has been spending the past lev months. Mrs. J. Taylor, of Trsvers, left thi fternoon for Medicine Hat, accom panied by her aunt, Mra. J. F. Mvle and Mifij Marion They wll week visiting friends In lha city. Mrs. M. W. Huff has returned ti the city from a three months' trip t California and other western states nlne o clock. Will Be Built By Messrs. Cough- j Length from groove to head lai> .and Commerce i 85 feet. Within 30 Days 'Depth of water over sill st blgb. ival- _ j cr O. S. 35 feet. Depth of Kater over sill at ordluary OTT A WA. Feb. A statement It- 1 low water In non-tidal 25 ued by the public Works department! his morning reads: Cough1iin company IE therefore' considerably The government has recently hid j larger than the standard dimensions under careful consideration the sppil-t Of 5 second-class dock, allons submitted for 'the construction! An important conelde'ratlon In if a drydock In the harbor of Van-1 granting tho applications was the fact ;ouver, under the drydocka suboldtei that this dock can accommodate the at-t, and it has been decided to ap- largest vessels on the Pacific coast, prove of tfce ppptlcatlon of Messrs. plying between Vancouver aud J the and Sons. Limited. Their Orient. The two largest aro 690 foot application Is for a second-class grav-: long and 68 feet wide, width of ng dock of the following ihe entrance to the proposed dock Is Length from caisson 'top head wall tho same as the width of the Panama canal lucks. Length.from back of sill to head The subsidy on docks of the second- Why pay high prices for tea when BLUB RIBBON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought at 75c per pound Vancouver. which Is capable of feet. j class li four and one-half per cent, on ine care of any shipping on Paclflc flpar width of pntrarro at hnltnm a maximum of for a period coast. -110 loot entraace at of 35 or annually. The] Attention U also o> on flnt-tfui ilgckB Is 4 1-2 per that this is not drawn to the fact only provision RESUME DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH MEXICO MEXICO CITV, Feb. Persistent reports that diplo relations be- t. A OUUS'yJ ww lual IfltB x--.J r- IvlMJJla LlmL UlLUUUmlm IdnllUHS Depth over sill at water 0. S a j5_500.000 for, making for lwcen Greilt Britain feet. i ycars or annually. The uhlpplng on the Pacific ocean. It Is Tha minimum dimensions for dry-'government therefore, by deciding on' constructing, aa'a government dock of tho second-class is fixed by the Coughlan'application, saves an j undertaking, a first-class graving-dock official the act as follows; (annual sum of which the harbor of Esquimau, near Vic- sents at 6 1-2 per cent n capital in-itorla.- This dock will have lenglh about to be resumed were parity cor. yesterday It was lear'nei source 3 that Itoherl sh minister to ,1s to lures' a number of imnular .nlpr vestment of and atltha same of 1.160 clear width at the en- tfont MtssOlga "me secures dock-for the port 126 feet and a depth ol wat- Anderson will assist In vocal solos. The concert will commence he tent to this city. Gen. Agullur, U SOCIAt- 1 Owin; to so much Illness in tho ell the annual. Ifnsband Enterlalnmin which was to havo been given by the Malheslstans on February -26th, has boon postponed1' until further notice. f i Tho'.St.. Mary's W. A. Vro holding a missionary .meeting and tea in tho parish hall on Monday afteriioon at 2.30 o'clock. All ladles- of (ho parish are cordially Invited. Twenty musicians constitute the Philharmonic Society' Orchestra, which IB to appear at the Sunday evening concert at the Majestic thea- tre tomorrow evening, y Under the capable direction of.Con- ductor Beresford. the. orchestra will offer a comprehensive orchestral pro- gram including several standard-.over- Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value- We guarantee its purity and high quality." We have beerv making chocolate and cocoa for nearly 140 years, WALTER BAKER MONTBEAL.C.yi. Er.tnbliskBO. JTao, HORCHESTER. MASS. Cupid's Ally Is a most wily VJ schemer nnd when he .wtahestocllnchan engage- ment and whi a victory he takes along a box of HONEYMOON CHOCOLATES Immediate capitulation is always the result. ALL- FLAVORED CENTBE3 4 The Walter Co, KhoTri. to Cmlr Miller.. MOOSEMW.Sui. 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Morning worship In United Church jf North Lathbrldgs. Parents arc ro-' minded that t.he morning service at j 11 o'clock in the United Church Isi "Family and are urged to> attend with their children, a large number of 'whom always present; every morelng. The Art Needlework Club .will meet at the homo of Mrs. D. S. William- ton, 530 Slith Slrec-t S., on Monday afternoon. The St. Augustlno Auxiliary will meet Monday afternoou at 3 o'clock Instead of at 3.30 o'clock as Is uusal. Collectors are requested to bring in their books. Tea will bo served. 1 The ladies' society1 to B. V. B. will hold their regular meeting on Ipnday, February 23rd, In the I. 0. 0. hall. A lull attendance- is request-. "Y" WOMEN WORKERS Y., Feb. 21.T-lvoyr M. C. all workers from Francs, are the first to nter upon tho experiment of utilizing vomen In' Y. M. C. Aj association vork In Xeiy (York, Tho four are ;Mis9 JuliaVTemple, orinerly In-tSo Coblenz afea, who s now at llie'HaTlem Y. M. C.-A.-'on One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street; Miss Marlini'Watts and Miss Bertha jauric, who were" with the Foity- ,iccond division they vent In 1917, and who are now. at West Side Y. M. C. Flfty-sevi cnth street; tind Miss Mary Arrow .who was with the First Dlyis. fin. Third American Machine Uatul Ion in France, now at the Twenty- third Y. M. C. A. Flowers, now lamp shades, afternoon lea and music, and a tend; ency on the part of the men who live .n the Y. JL.O. A. building'to rcmnln" at nll'aUtst the preaclieo of the and promise that the experi- ment will be n success. According to Jliss.Wafts the new Job conslsis'.of bo- ing "at home" to llio.boys' who use the Y. M. C. A., with button-sewing, the tea-making, and friendly chats as side-lines. It's a fairly lively (ask, all the four workers agree, oven after France. Women nrc enterin? upon Y. M. C. A. work all over tlia country. He- quosts for Y. M. C. A. women Jmvc come in to the National Association rom factories lumber can-pi, nnd lly Y. M. C. A. buildings, all over ho country- ff ft GABY DESLYS LEFT FORTUNE TO POOR et Tha whole French thealrl- oal world attended (ho funeral service 'or Qaby 'DCHlys In-the-Church of Noire Diimc do draco' ymlerday.- There were wreaths from, hundreds of ad- mirers, unions whom were- many Americano associated w'ilh stage In 1'arls. The church was sJ full that many could not obtain admission, and waited at the doors in respect as the coffin was borne in and out. Tlie burial tobk place today at tho nclresE'B native town of Marseilles, to the poor of which she has loft tho wholn of her considerable fortune. Until (heir deaths, her mother. Ma- dame Calrc, and her 'slater are to receive llfo Interest, but afterwards the wliolu property, Including all the, from tho eala of hor Jewels, to go to tho poor. Her village homo nt she willed, is to be Iransformcil Into a hospital for the children, suffering from tuberculosis. In memory of a slater who died of Ihe disease tome years ngo. Rome days before her death she Is said to liavc some (rlemls thai she liad always danced for the poor, nnd In her will she In this way shown what she meant. Her forlitnft la estimated ul million [rancs kMotWi Go Quickly She oimot afford to btridc her duties.. At the first loros pttpuw rot for quick recovery by the imtnediatc use of Gray's household of iiity i.: standing. RED SPRUCE GUM Yoiir Own try Making Yoiir O Cough ,t- er over sill at high water, ordinary spring tides, of 38 feet.- It must not be forgotten that the government al- ready owns and operates a triylnr dock at Esquimau, 430 feet long with a 65-ioot entrance and depth oVer tho sill of 1-2 feet; that with this eilitlng dock and the two mag- nificent docks abovs to, Western Canida will eplegdldly equipped. One of the c'ondldoris of the gov- ernment's acceptance of the Coughlan application Is. that they commence work within 30 days from the data o( the subsidy agreement. Increase Cost Tonnage VANCOUVER, B. C., Feb. shipyards on the Clyde are so busy with orders It will he a long time fore they can take care of any con- tracts we might have In ralnd to staled Capt. J. W. 'Troup. sup- erintendent of Ihe DrKlsh Columbia marine coast service ol tho C. I'. H. today. He has just returned from England, where he went U) arranie for Increasing the tonnage on this t coast. Ho found representatives ol I other concerns clamoring to secure priority. You 'can sirs start ?t, Ix-Uei- rtmtds tiiBn tho rrady- maila kind. floac. If YOU combined (lie curative 'proper- tics o'f evci v known "ready-made remedy, -you probably could f.not ss raucli-real curative' power in-'thcrc >3 in tils tiimple. .'Iiomc-nwde in a few Fire broke out in the former'Aus- trian. Imperial Palace at'Vienna uBBlriiyeii part of bnp wins. ,-Oit-fr.wi-any oi rirtei.' (50- cents into.If IC-ot'-'MlHe anil ml tha! bottle with cither Rrauuhtwi lUKer'.'iynip, clarific-d. aiQlaesca, honey, w corn'wnip, a-' result la 10 pu'n'Kii'of really, bcttcrJ'.couRh syrup than .you 'could. Ibv.y and saves pastes -.ideiiant bevnr This" Pincx arid Syrup nrcba ration r l the cause of a couth nnd Rives almost immediate relief. I.I loojrns the rMcEjn, stops the nasty :throal tickle anil litals tbe sore, inilsled menibriincs 'Renlly ond cnsily that it is really A day's use will iisnnliy ovorcomn nrdinar'y'coucli nnd for bronchitis, croup, hoarseness; and bronchial asthma, there nothim: bsttcr. Pincx ]j a most valuable concentrated rornnpuud of Xorway pine_ex- to ai :visfaftion or. money xpro The Pinci 'Co., ny- ;l to awe ahsolutt ntly K Toronto; is said, will gb to England as goon formalities are completed. .Council to tho American' tlegicn' at 'Indiana police 1500.000, the profijs. from canteen service in France.-; The last straw for New York chers is that waitresses: In tho. yol-j lege dining halla receive, bettev nay- than tho teachers they serve. i A shiver to-day may mean the doctor to morrow.' Keep the warmth IN and the cold OUT with a cup of hot made in a moment The little bulldert. MISS E. E. LEACH A Canadian Westerner, attending the social service lectures at tho Unf versity af Toronto, after taking a prominent part In social work In con- nection with the munitions plants In England. Son) Nor Biscuit TQDAif Foot! ftcnt-d Liccusr No 11- t Time To Help The Children Has Gome At the citizens know the cost oi moving the Children's Shelter will be of which has been provided in response to the first appeal in the fall. The reasons for moving the Shelter are well known and everyone U being counted on to assist the Knights of Pythias Children Shelter Campaign Next Week Feburary 23 to 2S .1 rT -_ The children need your can't help themselves. Please be generous when the canvasser calls, ;