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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'F.BHUAHY 22, Till: LlllUUIUlXil-. PHONE lift f V Von PEH90NAL Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Uuchanau and Donald, have lell tor OtUwa, j they wilt Tor the next In Reglaa and Sas- Mrj. D. A. Smith and Smltlij have returned from Ciliary. I i Mr. A. bmllh. has been to I'nl-i and other poluts. has returned to the city. am! Mrs. A. I'. Uryan o! Taber vUllora In the dty this week. Mrs. C. V.. returned yeeterday afternoon trom vlBltlnx In PeterUoro ot a couple of months. Lieut. Frame ol the 113tb ders will eome ilown from Calgary on Sunday night and jet off the sleeper it S o'clock Monday moratns. R Her. W. K. Burns a vlBitor ID city this week. 1 I I Mr. Jess Harris has returned from yc short trip tu Mirror Like, B C. 1A. It. Groit of '-The uiouton. fa Ehe guest ol Mr. ami Mrs. t'. G. Urofi for time. N'oblelord was a popular place with nho ypuug people of J.ethbrJJjo last evening, when a very large parly mot- ored (here to attend the masquerade -daiice being helJ in the 'hall. The degree ot (ho 1 have returned from Calgary, where J they attended the Grand Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fleet wood hive Into the residence recently oc Vupltil by Mr. anil Mrs. W. P. Roy south. Mr.'and Mrs. D. D, Smith and Mr Duncan Smith, who havo been the guests nf Mr. and Mra. Atex. Smith and family, left yesterday (or their re- All Trvlwcb UMUM IWJ H. TrM Miss Ilennlneton and a few other eiU were oleasantly entertained by Mrs. Horspool at her home on Thurs- day evening: U Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A It you cannot spend (hrcc yeara In hoepllal or are past hos- pital age Ifmlt, send name and address on postcard for year "book explaining the C, S. N. Home-Practice Method oT study- iDe.tralcied nursing. State ate. The Chautauqua School of Nursing JAMESTOWN, N. Y. CHURCHES AND 4 Tlie Art Needlework Club will meet at the home of Mrs. D. A. Simpson, G34 35th abiitlt, ou'Monday at- teruoou. The people ofKlcan, Coal City ami district, enjoyed a pleasant social ev- ening at Some of Mr. Ed. Bearford recently. Dancing, singing and Rumca were enjoyed to "Hie utmost. The even- Ing held aid of the Ked Cross. The proceeds netted J31.0D. St. Mary's Girls Auxiliary Is htrtdlns an entertainment on Tuesday. March 4Hi at the MUcrs Library. 13th St. north at S.lu, a fairy play entitled The Witch's acted by the juniors and tiro plajOeta, twccii tho Soup and the Savoury" anil nclcd by the senior girls, and on Monday, March 3, the same program will bo given at St. Mary's hali at 1.30 p.m. lor the benefit of the children. Tlie seventh annual entertainment given by the Ma thesis Club will us held in the school room of Knox church on Tuesday evenSnE (February at S o'clock. A splendid program lias lieen arranged, and the executive are planning an evening of pleasure. H is hoped member, with her I husband, who will be a guest ol honor. 'will make a special effort to uu pres- ent. Mrs, Stephens section of the Next- uf-Kin will meet at the home ot Mrs. Longworth, 1127 13th street north on Monday evening at The Major Jack Boas Chapter 1. 0. D. E. wish to thank the following for [help given at their recent dance: I Scott Frult_Company, H. A. McKillop I Grocery, Rotary Club, Palace Coatee- i't'M tor oxiKinjiJji. Formosa ad l.t-r hoiiiital eldsicii fur lack of ficii yf fix in is'-iV.ing I'1 1 loiraii iliy Vv'.NL S. support uiL'ilkal, evuiiKi'-al and iu- at lite Meeting of the! thy wcrk in m among the i I'resbylerJal in Knox Chtudi use of the ordinary kinds ef taking powder is not attractive lo the woman that regards purity and putriiion is important factors in home baking. Wo- men are coming more and moie to realize that Magic Baking Powder is the perfect baking powder and that containing it have increased nutritious value. E.W.GILLETTCO.LTD. At the I'j-ifcbyu-riM In Knot mrsilay the foUo-Airt? Forward Muvt-u.i-nt vu'a What !s UK- Forward uiiutit be called tlir world's ntcd ol ClirM. sonic minirit'.-ri nail Presbyterian tliurch. a startling way 'L: Of uvir. the tiV.t-r of liuinau lilhi'jry tiijar[ irmu ove-rlurcd a[ ii ir.eeting las.t June to i-su? a JAS. S. OCLCATV. H.R. No. 4. QUbertl'luDS, Man. "lathe year had AVrwws frpstraiioH In ita worst form vras rwlucedinweiflit ftoin 170 pouarU Ths doclors no hope oT my medicine I tried proved useless uulil etfrifnd induced ine to lakt "Fruit I began io mend almost it onco; usin, Ibl, Wt ,Tn" [prayer for a fullor land wealth. 1 The general as.HMiiMy rrrcivt'd :mil the overture yml uppoiiLtc'l a toniniissionfT tu Tr.akt1 A rarefu! s'ir- vey of condHions ttr.J nto !s uf the missionary work of thu t-hurcli mid j htiown first lo issue 10 prayer, llllu ls to have every woman imi lo inaugurate a conslstinv. Tirol, art c-diu pafen, -nd. an tlforl to s-ec-iirc and HU will we not liavis desire dates for the and other work- dind member, every comer a chnstiuti rltizcn. every ailri tlit- world tu liav.e jprs, 3rd. :i linanclal objective. a cainpiifgn anil viv hope that i Iti this forward juovemeiu tJic 'at Ast six years. never without boxof'l-ruit-a-tiTes'inthRhousc11. i t.annol anything with- ivitlng them to join or in whatever; knowledge and thesQ ciinvts avc'way appeal to iSiem renit'inhcritiy to SOo.a trial size 25c. j worth studying as tliey contain a. miuo in eaniei-l prayer for the At nil dealers or sent postpaid on infonnnUon. pvnrk. 1'. An orK-inized ttfort to secure- may for peace and ivc 1 candidates for the ui-nistry other jaro thankful for ilio Clirisiian Christian workers. Thvs c-nn only are mcrr.bcrs of the 1'e-sce I'on- by praytv and by giving The but aiter aU the only _. __ _ _ ed information, for no one should ot ppacc nniong iho nations is in ai !fcr Ulpmselves Ulllc'is tlle Spirit! Christ world. How genc-r-j onsunlcrs JIar or jj.jle financial pnrt will come; the u-ar and what loyalty was shown I when we know what tlnil rfiiulres ofjto king and country and sliall we not] receipt of price by limited, Ottawa. i "The- C'onvprslon of the nn-yts, .1. Sim ncwj-imr-er "woiilrt impress the lisliyn 11 cr. 11 In anil {although Qiiei-n Helena, who is a Mon- v tencgrln and ybjurc-d the Greek Qrthc- ilex faith on her niarringo to the Kins i of Italy. iuit oppose her daugh- Feb. difficulties til 1 let's conversiim. this Queen Mother arranging a marriage between Margarita underslcoil to lie liOotilo Prince ot Wales and Princess KUftt ;i change in religion." tto, of tiaty, are pointed out today by DIFFICULTIES IN WAY-OF MARRIAGE The regular meeting of ihe Art De- partment of the Malhcsis Cluh ivill be held at the home of fitaltzc on Monday afternoon at S o'clock. us npil when Ifce loi'e o! Christ is cnr loyally and dt'fotlcn or Bostock, of the oppo- constraining power in our lives. the King of kings by casting into j In the year 1917 the W.SLS. raised a 1 Jus treasury tor Iho advancement of j little loss than havf Tiot j His cau.se on the Ihc small! jthe 191S report Imvfor Ifi9 we are {amounts tbat we will never miss, but! asked 5300.000. 1 we .feel it and till -it means sac i Those taking part in the second half] V7c need and 10 school ot the splendid program given in at u-t- nceti L'Oeuvre. Tiie newspaper says that the Calhoiic princess would first have! to.ronountc her fiiilh antl become ajsHion in the fitnitc, will represent Uie Protustaut, as forbids its j llrltish Columbia Government-, at tnc suvcreigD to liavo a Catholic wife. laiale funeral of Sir Wilfrld'Laurier. United Church last night were Mrs. King. Mrs. Annetta, Miss Alice and 5Ir. Stolt. The junior cliolr in the story anil song "The missionary Hero ot Labrador'1 were a great credit lo their teacher Mrs. F. Jackson. Mrs. Hoss giive Ihc connccting.rpadiiigs and Mrs. J. McHvcTia presided in Kcr us- ual happy way. Altogether a very pleasant time tvas spent. who houpe lo houtc mintstering to .ttie. and sjiirt- ual needs of the people. The Indian vork Iiaa been largely left to tbe W. M.S, For 1G .yt'ira no new Rtitlona lave been opened. Tticre lire still Piigan tribes ami 10 other tribes wiio lave cast away, their idols but have iiollihig jiul in their place. Them are Livo bospitnls wiih no doctor, and two more nurses.; luJia requires Our 20% Discount Offer is Still Good THERE fs no camouflage In this genuine offer of 20% discount from our regular flxetl nwderale charges. And in making Ihls offer wo liare par- Hcular regard for our out, of lown parents who, seeking proj> er dentistry _nmst pay railroad tare lo comb to tho city. Our special discount will easily savo lhat railroad fare. Of course if you lire In Ihc city you an; lhal much ahead, and don't for- get, Dentistry Ai We Practise It b a Gertie Art Drs. Brnner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGCt ALBERTA CALQARY 115A EIGHTH AVENUE L EDMONTON CRlflTALL BLOCK. CONVENTION IN CALCfcRY i rlficc'. rememliermff that all we Him and ue ara slewartts. God loves a. cheerful giver. INJUNCTION AGAINST IMPORT MONU'OK. Feb.- aUorney-generaVft office to- day secured aii injunction in' the cir-1 cuit court litre against the of liiiuor over thtt Ohio-Michigan rter. Persons violating the it is will be held in c fin tempt of court. The visiting.sisters and In-other.1, oE the Rebeksh anil Odd assem- blies, opened in Calgary on Monday were welcomed to the city Sister Effle E. Kidd.'to which Sister TUlic Fox of SteUler, vice-president, replied Sister Margaret Rose, president, of Medicine Hat, opened .the febekah assembly'and tHo various lodges of the province were presented atiil 50 hew members Initialed. During the, first session Sister Reynolds1 president of tho Roliehnh assembly of Saskatchewan, and Bro. Reynolds, P.G.M., were introditced. The elective officers for the coming' year are: President, Sister Tillie Fox, Magnolia lodge, Stc'ttler; vice-presi- I dent, Sister Isabella Patrick. -.Unity lodge, Edmonton; warden. Sister An- nie Morten, Doniinfoii lodge, Letlt- hrhlge; secretary. Sister A. Evelyn Rogers, Esther lodge, treas- urer, Sister Ada Day, Esther lodge, Calgary, ANNUAL MEETING OP SIR lra. H. Bcntley, Mrs, A. Rnchanan, Mrs, C. E. Cnrberry. A. Hayr, Mrs. 0. W. l-eeeli, Mrs. H. W. Mecch, Mrs. J. n. Murray, X. T. McLcod, Mrs. Charles McKillop, and Miss Til- itey. I By the unanimous approval ot the I Chapter, Mrs. J. X. Ritchie was' made Honorary Regent, Mrs. Charle.i Mc- Killop wax given A life membcrahlp in the 'chapter as a recognition o( her I faithful services and a vote of (hanks wag tendered (fie returning officers A full report of the Chapter will ap- pear at a bEei uate. Apartment Upright THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH WERE ElECTROCUTED EDDYVII.LB, Ky., Fell. 2lir-Jini I.awlcr nr.il Pnt Kearney, wlio h6M up fin assembly of inombers of the ;hulM- i Ing association (iV on Uhc nljlil or Marcli 15. ISIS, mitl two men. wern clcr.trociiicri In Ihc ncnllr-mlary fodoy; Ihirins Ilic hold-up llilrd member ot Ilic was killed mid Chfc( ol Police Klirempcr'vat Piano it not ienl. NroidiieimeT'9 79ycar< of le'ader- tlia bcit to the beat o! Cvtitidft-rproTide yoar ture guacaotee of TKe wonderful Initiument known ment lone 10 tick beautiful tWt ill who licit it musicil qualiljr In to compact acoie. While iti ptodociion-coat is in mecfianitm rattier than in nTineceaseiy the nevertheless, orniment to iny wkith the tfcert loim of otl. ill ri'K .nj ul: ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th Street S. Phont Sat Night NECKWEAR An odd lot ol Xcckwoar. fnncy collars and collar and cuff sets. Thu cad