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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FKBhUAUV HJ, UK TUB LKfHBHlDCJB PAUA' HERALD PAGE ELEVEN; lllli St. S. "Who said FRY' He just loves its delicious chocolaty flavor. Kiddies who get FRY'S regularly are vigor- pus, warm-blooded and healthy. They throw JUDGE WINTER VISITS THE The Store of Quality Groceries PERSONAL Mr. K. Everall returned yesterday rom Chicago and Toronto. 'Miss Margaret Gibbons, who has ?en ill for tho past week, la as nicely. Mr. D. i'i. Carlyle Is spending a. fe [aya in KdmontoQ. 7 Miss Manors' Freeberger, of Barons, s tho guest ot iMrs. iA. Manball, 11II. ot a I 1i, B. Allison, of the Coca com pany, been appointed salesman Tor that company, cinimenc Ing and will havrfJurindic lion Alberta fed South eastern British Columbia. t 4 pja. Tho reports o( Uio various affiliated societies lott over from the' nnual meeting will be read. All worn- a Invited. t A meeting ot ths Gilt Hos- pital Ladles' Aid is called for Satur- day aUsrnoon at 3 o'clock Iu the Y.M. president Is very am lout hajonany new members should be en-1 fed at Ihts meeting and that all Ics in the city Interested iu this rk should come out. Several uiat- tera at Importance are to be dis- cussed. The nxmtoly meeting of the United Church Woman's Missionary Society l bo held in tho hall on Thursday at 3 o'clock. WOMAN SMOKER MADE HIT AT OTTAWA .Irsf William .Henderson, or Ma graib'.ileft Vancouver. Jlr. B. E. of Calgary, i a visitor In the city. Plaiis are made socla ly tfor the entertainment ot (he I'rinc .of AValc's on his .trip. His Tilghness' Jip'stess In New Zea- Hand will bo Liverpool, wife of the Lady Liverpool i is a 'laughter of lha fifth Vlscouut Jlonck. Lady Borden intends leaving for New meet Sir Robert Borden on his retlirn from England, anil with' They were him down South for a as .weeks. Ills1'Excellency tho Governor-Gen- eral will go to England to "atlcmf the marriage- pf his Dorothy Cavendish, to Captain .YacMlllan, which will probably ake place within a few months, it was taiod in Jlontrcal by members ot his The date His Excellency will ive has iidi been filed. Ottawa Rotary club recently held a luncheon at the Chateau Laurler and Invited lo it delegatu to the educa- tional convention, In session here. When Ihe luncheon had concluded the secretary of the club, H. S. Dinks, Quietly passed about and requested tho members present to refrain from amoking owing to the fact that there were a number cf ladies present, who were interested in educational mat- ters and who might be averse to sit- ting In the fumes of tobacco. Gallantly obeying {his request the members felt n little at a loss with- out their usual after eating "gasp.1 not quite at case and usual with RoUrlans when President Dan Johnson arose to launch' the day's program. He was suddenly interrupted by a Quality Plus Service is our Basis of Value. WAGSTAFFE'S PURE JAM Strawberry, 4s, per tin................ Raspberry, 4s, per tin................. Assorted flavors, 12 tins to case-----....... 13.65 EVAPORATED FRUITS Apples, choice, 3s, per packet...........: .97 Peaches, Blue Ribbon, practically 2s, price each .75 Peaches, Blue Ribbon, practically 5s, price each..............'... I'.SO Figs, Black Cooking, 5s, per packet 1.55, TOILET SOAP Goblin Hand Soap, 5 bars for........... .35 Castile Soap. Pendrayt twin bars, 2 for-----; .35 Palmolive Soap, 3 bars for............., .35 Infants Delight Soap, 3 bars for..........: .30 Infants Delight Soap, small size, 5 for .25 PHONES 313 and 1513 Basp of astonishment quickly of Fragrance which never fails m its cheerful invitation to breakfast, com.ts more frequently, more invitingly, when it's SEAL, BRAND COFFEE that is used. The famous Seal Brand flavour, fragrance ar.J delicacy .ice sealed right into the Tin. la H, litu. Ne'er in Kjtfe- Kr6-jnd, mil ta Tricolicoci J nd crdifiAO' tfolttort. At til dttltu. Pi iflUjuit how 10 mile Ccffte. SOCIAL .-f Miss Doris Smiih entertained a large number of tho younger set her home, 536 3th St. S., last evening- After an enjoyable hour of tardi, j musical numbers and dancing were enjoyed until a late hsur. Delicious refreshments vrero served. s The regular monthly meeting or tiie Women's Missionary Society of Wes- ley 'church will be held tomorrow (Thursday) :nfleraoon. at 3.30 in tho A visitor lo the city, after at ah- ladies' parlor. As this meeting will senco of some seven y.earE, Is Jjiiigc the form of a reception, Winter, now senior District Qourt executive will serve refreshments and Judge In the Province stationed in Pal- arc desirous of haviuz every member jary. Judge Winter is here to sit'present, also all lailies in the church on tho case of Fonts vs. Catu. are Interested in miralons. ,A orlno Smith iu regard to which a KQOd program has also beeu provided: fol lowed by a sign of relief. By the! ime the president had looked over he assemblage to discover tho cause Annual ot the ho found every} one hastily lighting up a cigar, aret or the Here was a lady from Xovaj Scotia, wife of one of the educational "delegates, nonchalantly puffing away1 at a ctgaret. Prom that moment the parly brightened up perceptibly and the RoUrlans were quite tickled with the action of this worldly wiie wo- man, who had relieved. tie tense situation anil put the men at their Meeting Today crease in Asset? _ 'to Ten Million forward next year to This s a.rnost creditable showing, and is ndlcative of'the capable management ot tho batik's affairs'- It has-been-0001363 .to perpetuate llie H6th Battalion, composed of Fronteuac and Kingston men and commanded by Low. Have You Helped the K. P. Children's Shelter Fund? There Ulk of the conrtltntlon WIUIO ht It. CHASE SANBQRN, MONTREAL. being changed to allow the club to make her a member. BROKE AGAIN! LONDON, Feb. Canadian Marquis ot Queentbury Is again before the bankruptcy court. This is his fourth fallnrc' and in his public examination, he indicated it The report and statement of the af fairs ot Ibe Standard Bank of Canada for the year ending 31st January, 1920 has ]ust been issued, and will be sub- mitted lo tho shareholders; at the'.au'j nual general meeting on Wednesday, Feb. !6th. It will, pvovb very satisfactory not only to the Block- holders, but to tho public. Substan- tial gains are shown in every depart- ment and the total'IncreasS If, assets is nearly The net earnings are the largesf-in the. hank's history, and amount to exceeding thoEC ot last year by 57S.866.4S. Fv The deposits are now and of which ?4D 9tO.378.S7 arc Interest bearing, ami non-interest SHE JUST DYES EVERYTHING NEW "Diamond Dyes" Save Shabby, Old, Faded Appirel criminal action Is now proceeding in the Su pi erne Court. The civil lie t Ion on which the criminal action binges was at first tried before Judge; Jack- son. It was his wish that the second acMon should be tried by JudRe Win- ter. U. S. WOMEN VOTERS OPEN HEADOUARTERS WASHINGTON, Fell. now- The regular collection will be in aid of Iho "Rest Fund." The G. W. V. A. will give another of their popular Sunday evening con- certs in the Majestic theatre eral properties. When he was In Can-; ada In December, 1918, his wife 'cabled him to buy stocks. ,but declin- ed to. advance a further Con- sequently he stranded and cabled his friend, Bob Slevler, who furnished J1.600 to enablo him to return. The In over 10 per cent. The cash on hand amounts to while the total ot quick assets amount to being over 45 per cent, of the liabilities to the public. Commercial loans and discounts now amount to {52. SO. indicating thnt this hank Is doing Us share In supporting the mercantile, uianuf Don't worry about perfect results. Uso "Diamond Dyes." guaranteed to give a rich, fadeless color to any fabric, whether it bo .wool, silk. cotton or mlxod blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coals, feathers, draperies, coverings. The with each pack- age tells so plainly how to diamond dye over any color tbat you can not maV.o a mistake.. To match any material, have dnis- gist show you Color SCHOOL BOARD DEALS WITH 1920 ESTIMATES luring and agricultural Intcrcsis .of. the I Dominion. Out of the not earnings tao usual I quarterly dividends have been paid shareholders at the rate of 13 per cebt. _f_ per annum, and after providing 'for Pays To Buy Good Clothes And It Pays To Make Them SINGLE TAX PARTY U. S, Sunday evening. An excellent pro- gram will bo rendered by members of the Ladles' Choral Club and a capacity house is eipccted. I The School Hoard spent a we Thursday aflerncnn. considerable time ot the Ing held on Tuesday in review- ing the estimates'. These' will bo decided on at n speelnf meeting of tjie Board to bo call- ed for that purpose. The Eons of England aro holding' another whist drive of tho series lo be 'f C- tho Profit aad Lo33 Account carried slven this season, tonight In the I. 0. v WHO IS SHE. Irom to 6 o'clock tea will bo served ly organized League of Wom'cn Voters xorlt, Jyilhbriclgo Baptist iWIU open headquarters hero In con- b Everybody nectlon with Ihclr ,.ew political activ-! itiea, decided upon at their Chicago convention. CI.KVELAND, O., Feb. Both Oar Suits are..noted for their .excellent .material and the careful 'manner in which -they are tailored. -LADIES' SPRING-PLATES JUST TO HAND lax clubs throughout the pro t pose this year to form a new uatton.il parly, according lo James A. Koiiiu- son, of Philadelphia, organ- I luer. Tho tnx on land Rvalues only I will bo the platform ''framework. f A. aro asked jllenil. Doniinlon Kelieknh No. 41 will meet tomorrow nigli'j In the I. 0 0. V. hnl! at 3 o'clock. Tho .degre will be conferred. Visiting sisters an> brothcra always welcome. Thn regular monthly meeting of th Council of Women will be hel Uic .V- >A Ai Coffee quick, and pleasant, vicy to be rid of coffee troubles is to drink, INSTANT POSTUM n The absence of coffee is not missed, and the re- bound to better health and comfort soon shows "There's a J2easozi Co. Ud..Windsor, Onl lonlght stops from ol the llllz or Savoy In London accompanied by one of the most deslrnhlo men that so: cicty can offer. Again, this afternoon, this same woman Is having tea on the verandah fit Sbepperd's in Cairo and measuring with her inscrutable, Mona Lisa eyes tho country and the people to be found at the gateway of the Garden of Allah. Tonight, too, she is at the Cafe do Paris. She is dancing at the CIKf House In San Francisco, or racing up the ocean boulevard in Los Angeles to keep a din- ner engagement at the Alexan- dria. IN EVERY CITY, In EVERY SMART SHOP IN THEi WORLD, all ot you SEE her; this aainc, uncxplalnablc wo- man. At the masseur's, at tho fumer's, at Iho modiste's, at tho butcher'H or the broker's SHE IS, AND YOU CANNOT ESCAPE HER. SHE IS EVERYWHERE, She la rich. Sho Is poor. Sho has everything except honor, or she has nothing minus honor. She Is somebody's run- away daughter, or some man's abused wife, She is a BIRD OF PARADISE, leaving some haven of discontent and BOUND FOR THE PASSAGE OF GOD KNOWS WHERE. 1 Hhc beguiles, allures or dc- presses the gambler and the diplomat. In ALL lands and ALL tlnifs she has marched along Iho social fringe of things, bedecked or bedraggled. You cannot defy her. You cannot escapo her, Sho is "THE ETERNAL MAGDA- LENE." SHE IS COMING TO I- THIS CITY. t DO YOU KNOW HER? ;