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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, FKHUUAUY 25. 1919 THE LliTHUHlDGti DAILY IlKHAUi PAtiE NINE fflLADl >MONE t. PERSONAL 4 Mr, E. 11. MacKay, of the Merchants today tor u Irlp lo Scotland! .Mr. and Mri.-Kflpatric.k-. of Noblc- lhe city-yes- terday. Mrs. Tlios. X. Clark and daughter, Jcasle, oC.Kaslo, U'X'.. aro In the city with tiio sister, 'Mrs. Vf.'K Van Uprnq..... .Mr. Winters, formerly ot tho lluil EOI: MU'If. Is In MacleoJ. 5iiss I. Mcl.eay has returned, trout a visit to .Medicine Hat mid Saskat- t Mr. and 'Mm .Milfofo Van Home, who liavo been In tlio city all week, liave returned, to their homo In Moni- tor. Mr. (i. F. nlclclier.lcJl'at Ihc end ct'tho Week stay In To- rorilb.' -1 i Rev. .Sirs; J. A.-. Leslie and daughter, is'obteford, were visitors in the city list week. Soucl boys, ivh i jive a very (ul "At home" hi honor of. cue ot llieir uH-nibers. Mr. K. B. MicKay. or tlic Merchants liunk staff, who left last night for an extended trip to Scotland. Six tallies of cards were In play, the prizes-being won ly Jllss Lylo pod Mr. Kllpatrlck. ot Noble ford Tho invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kiljiltrlck. ot Nobleford; Mr. anil Mrs. It. K. ISell. Mr. and T. Kvans. IMIBSC3 A. Livingstone. M. Sraltli, .M. O'llagan. Wilcoi. M- Simn- son. II. Simpson, II. McCambly, M. ,yle. U. Little.7 Goln, G. Hllllnir. II. riling h. Schweitzer, anil Messrs. lodilen. cordon. GriuwiU. T. Thomn- on. C. O'Connor, Thomas. SU-nhouse. ilacklpck. Stone. Sweetlove, E. Jl. MacKay. Mclrfan and Hackle. At the conclusion delicious refresh nunts were served by the members ot the club, vino weal 1n a body g combinations ot the colors ivcro to be seen, bright shade still being very much In vogue. Til children's hats, ot which Mrs. Jl Meekln makes a specialty, were als very varied in choice and new fityle Other millinery openings will be hel on Thursday. CHURCHES'AND SOCIETIES 4 I. O. D. E. REPORT imrllcularly impoHanl meelins of e general coramitlee ot Hie Thrift amp Campais" is called for tomor- w evening {Wednesday) at elgbt clock sharp, in the City Mall Council lumber, (when the followins ruem- aro asked to be In attendance: resident S. S. Dunham K.ev. A. 11 Jenoon. li. H. Uobson. A. U. Hogg J Shepherd. John Livingstone onald MeNabb, K. C. McKt-nzle, A Oaalini. I.en K. Brown. P.- W wuer, Harold Long. C. U. Groff 'tour Hayr, Mrs. J. N. Hllchie. Mra IcClcnasan. Mrs. Hobluson. M argeaot. C. li. Marnorh. Joseph I-ee udge Jackson. II. Elton. W. J Velson. Jas. Hose. C. F. llletcher, A Dunbar, J. N'orrlngton. n aporoclatlon of ficto, jmount trw widow .wa> reduced from INCREASE IN VOTE OF. IMDEPENDENT BERLIN, miinielpal In Crtdter Berlin ytttjrtiiy itiow- ed a remarkable Incraix In the vote of the They led the, poll with thousand votei more than tht ret- uUr who t showint thin In tjorri. years ago an appearsd on -wrltM Ilro.- Jeffrey, of Methueu, Mass. "In tplte of all ths remodlcs 1 asei. U spread to vy knee, and fovsioped Into ta open 1 bad medical treatment for twenty-five but only cot temporary relief. The pain I luf- fered was terrible, and for years I was unable to lears the house. "Ona day I saw In a newspaper sn account oC bad ulcer having been cored by Zam-Buk. Although 1 skeptical, now, o' anything curing tried so many remedies In decided to give Zam-Bu't a trial. I applied tie balm freely every day and to my delight the sore soon sbowed some Improvement, Gradually Ike in- flammation drawn out, pain waa eRfled. and, after thirty jeers of suffering, I realized I wu on rood to recovery. TVitn pcr: seTOrmsce, tbe awful sore was fin- ally completely bsaled, and, sl- thonxh that was three years ago, there not been tbe slightest ot tbe aTcer ZsjnRok 19 tke best remedy, a'.BO, for eoema, bolK, ptmplts; Wood- polsoafnf, piles, bums, ftealds and mtl. All deilen, or Bnk Co., Toronto, box, 3 We cordially invite all ladies of this ciiy and vicinity to come and see our display ANNOUNCING OUR FIRST SHOWING QF SPRING MILLINERY Thursday, Feb. 24 .arid following liss Johnston We invite all Ladies to see the Display of the New Ideas for Spring, including the Gainsborp and other Pattern Hats. Third Avenue South Thursday, Feb. 27th i and following days DOES NOT PROrljlIT OF. LIQUOR .for Mrs. Bramlow tile "Ure lor the TTO. (bean class, and ,Mrn. Dowsloy for tke Camp Oirls. (A very plcaslnR vraa also rendered Mrs. Claude IttiBlics. Painty refreshmenls served Ijy Ladies' AIJ formed a conclu- dlon to An enjoyable ovcnirrs for nolli Doling'WKloW. ran the popular game Us! of tlie Saw Feb. A favoT- ille reporl of Ihiv bill of Senator Sheppanl. of Texan, lo enforce Ihc llfne prohlbllkm law was or- dered hy ti seliale Judiciary sub- committee. II