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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY TUB LETHUHlUliK 1M1LV HEKALU PAGE FIFTEEN irs. S. Y. bove, of Raymond, Is ihe guest of her parents, Dr. nud Mrs. Latterly.. Tho many friends of Mr. and Mrs T. J. Simons will ba pleased to learn that little Billy Is slowly recovering from his recent serious Illness. Miss Jenc La Costo, Glelclen, Mrs. -SI. Maxwell left yesterday for Taber. General Sir Sam Hughes Is improv- ing greatly ia health at the Wellesley HosplUI, Toronto, and U now up ov cry day for a few noun. _ George Lane, oJ Calgary, ia eo Journlng In southern California, ac conipanied by his wife and daughter. Mrs. W. A. Ross and daughte Kathleen of IMncher Creek have re- turned home after a pleasant vlsl with friends :ln this city. i SOCIAL The will bo rei dered at the Sunday, evening conccr In the Majestic tomorrow 1 y member Tvas yesterday entertained by Miss L. Young. lelineator, etc. These will be collect d and distributed to tho children of albraith and Itaixiievllle school, with ho belief that the children ot for- isnera will interpret much valuable nformation for their mothers. The members were urged to co- iperato tho men behind the Ly- cum circuit, to see thai Ida M. 'tar- tell, who lectures hero iu March, vlll have a crowded house. The revising ot the voter's Hat came up for discussion, and every wumau vho Is entitled, la urged to see that ler name fa put upon Uie lists before May. A strong appeal was made to buy Canadian goods, especially tinned ;oods. Special brands such as Quaker, Viagara, llygeian were mentioned as among the best brands of vegetables, while- tho King lieach Jam put up in B. C. Is second tu none. aro urged to bjcomo familiar -with Can- adian brands und'lo demand them.'Of course, there are some exceptions, 115 apricots, pineapple, asparagus and a otlnr varieties are not yet can- Led by Canadian firms. The spring millinery openings wlli commence on Tuesday nsxL Never, possibly, in tho history ot millinery have- there been more dainty models than are on exhibit this season. There [fi-everything to pleaEe-.the most fas- tidious taste and the parlors are fill- ed with chic and up to the lulnute cre- ations. MONTREAL, Feb. ab- rogation of control of prices by the board of commerce was followed today by Immediate action on the part of the sugar refineries In railing their prices. Atlantic Sugir Refineries, Ltd., St. Lawrence Refrncnei and the Dominion Refineriei innounce that their prices are railed per 100 pound bag granulatari cuaar by two dollari, ind the Canada re- fineries by ofie dollar. This ad- vance brings prices up to respectively. Retallert hive In tome citei advanced their prices to 19 and 20 centt a pound and It Is expected that to at least 18 cents will be general. Eleven professors from McKees- port, Pa., Public schools resigned to enter the gas producing business. PIONEER CATHOLIC ton went there to quell the Hell Re- MISSIONARY DIES belllon. Ills was In the Una t_________ lot flre, but ha would not leave ila v ne rt house and was accidentally wounded EDMONTON, Feb. 2S.-One of the a suav bullet Som9 -fflw veara pioneer missionaries of Ihe west. Ke-v. ago he retired from active service and Jullen Moulin, O.M.I., is dead. He I came to Edmonton to spend his da- was bora In France in 1830. entered dining years. He was laid to rest, the oblate order in 1853 and -KM or- Friday In the Little Bone orchard dalned a priest In 1S57. In 185S he1 st so hla con, went to Red River and since had done havc missionary work among the Indians 1 ._________. and half breeds at Isle a'la Croise, I Reindeer Lake and Batoche, He was Ottawa's controllers will be paid at Batocho In 1SS5 when Gen. Middle-1 JJ600 yearly and the mayor ANNOUNCEMENTS J. .j. ,j 'Mrs. E. M. Lambly announces tho engagement of her only daughter of the Lelhbrldge Ladies'Choral Club: lsotwl. to Earl Whitney Chorus. mot' Calgary, the marriage to take Liketh Piano solo, Selgiuund's "Love Mrs. W. 11. John- Corpl. 11. J. Rowe, was a visitor In Bon. Duoti "Golden Bird" (Haydon Mrs. Heath and Miss Duns- [worth; Solo, "Love Sings the Lark" Friends ot Mrs. H. M. White will be Miss Wellington; Chorus, "HeliOTO Mo if All Those Endearing Young Piano Solo, "Air do Ballett" Miss Duns- worth; Trio, (Shetley) Calgary on Wednesday. I o glad to know that she is doing nicely after a severe attack of influenza. Mrs. John DrummoncJ, of Calgary. re-elected Regent of the Royal Scots Chapter, I. O. B. B, Cnlgafy, at its annual meeting on Thursday last. Lady Hendric, who fall and fractur- ed her arm last week, Is very much improved. i _. Ida lecture? in this Mrs. Taylor, Miss Daw- sou; Solo, 'Mother My Heart" (Frank Miss Smith; Chorus, Snowing" (H. Duet, "Venetian lioat Song" Miss Wellington and Mrs. Johnson; Piano Solo, "Selected." Mrs. F. Colp- taan; Chorus, (Patty Solo, "A Spirit Flower" (Campbell Placo In WEDDINGS 0 DODBIE Oh Wednesday, February 4th, the ir.crrlago of Mr. Gustavo Duhue, elder son of Dr. and Madame Dubuc, intl Miss Marion Isabella Dobble, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dohbte, of Pincher Creek, wa? sol cnmized In Los Angeles, California. city in March under Lyceum auspices Mrs. H. H. Johnson; Chorus, has au arUcJe entitled "We have got; ,.TJle Are Telling" (Beeth- to find epm4 better than -thp in; the March nutaber .of Pictorial Review, .which contains much food for thought for every thinking man and woman at the present lime. Lady FHzpatrick- has been elected 'honorary president of the newly or- ganized Quebec council of women. Mrs. Jean Grant, ot Calgary, who ias been 111 in Ottawa for tho past few days. Is now ablo to ba out. Mrs. J. F. spnndlng few days'In' Calgary- (lie guest of her' OUCHIjnilRTS "ABSORBINE JR." 'Will Relieve the Pain. The pain may coir.e from strained, m-eakcned ligamcntg and from tbe and inflammation from a cut, boil, abscess, hands and feet swollen from from a sviff core throat or, toothache or headache. ABSO.RG1NE JR." will give quick relief, wherever the psin. It niakca the afflicted part thoroughly ascpt' Save the King. The Whist Drive held in the I. O. O. R Hall on Wednesday evening un- ler Ihe hngpicos of.the Sons of Jljng- :and, was n 'most. succGssfnl nffair. The priz2g ivero.awardod as.follows: 1st, Mrs. 2nd, Mrs. Hodsins; gentltnien's lat, Mr Holberton; KCiitlemen's 2nd, Mr Wakelln. -j Hidden riumbe-r prizes were award ed to Mrs. Holt and Mr. Freel. nnd Mrs.LM. E. Laierte, of Jlac Icwl, formally entortafned a nuhibe of their friends on Wednesday even Ing, the occasion being the second an niversary of their iriorriagQ. Dinne vcaa sen'ed and dancing enjoyed, Brascau presided at the piano- ant during the evening Mr. Leo M. Coombs sang several Golos. Anioug those pres- ent from Lethbrliigc were Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Coomcs, MIos Dena Huff, M AN Tho wedding was solemnized at ilgh noon on Wednesday of Miss Myr-v :le O'Ned, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. J. O'Nell, to Andrew Verne Man- arey, ex-Alderman and" Mrs. W. H. Manarey ot Calgary, at tho homo of the officiating clergyman. Rev. A. W. R. Whltemnn. Mr. and Manarej- wfll spend their Iioncymoon In montpn and on their return to Calgary will 'reside ments. at 312 Davcnlsh Misa Viola Green and Wllcoi. Miss Myrtle Elaborate plans are being made by the ladies ot St, Patrick's Church for the dance to be given on March 17th 1 in the auditorium of St. Hnsil's school, j Tho committee in charge are working _ hnrd ami are confident that a large is harmless with approval the re- to the most sensitive tissues and may be as a mouth wash. It has a pleasant odor and docs not Main or leave n greasy residue It is more than a is a vegetable germicide that is absolutely SI.25 a most druggists or tent postpaid by W. K. YOUNG, Inc., Lyinan Montreal so nulls of their efforts. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES SHE DYES HER OLD GARMENTS, LIKE NEW "Diamond Make Faded, Shabby Apparel so Fresh and Stylish __ Tho Sliver Sfcual Contest which was held on Thursday evening In Wesley hall w05 utleniled by a large number of people who thoroughly enjoyed tiie projram. The contestants were all in i n happy spirit and nearly all encores i wero responded to. Tho little people i especially enjoyed Mrs. Johnston. L.A.U., in her encore, "The Bear." The winner of Ihe Silver Medal was Elizabeth Hals Ion, of North Lelh- bridge, and in .the Junior competition, the winner was Jean Hamilton. I.'O. D. E. WAR MF.MORtAU COMMITTEE MEETS Eight of the nine iirovinces ivoro represented at the I. E, War Me- morial Committee meeting, the ses- sions of which were held Friday and Saturday at tho headquarters of the order, on Bloor street, Toronto. The question of scholarships the different provinces WSG thor- oughly tho 'scholar- ships In Canadian universities, which sons and daughters of deceas- ed or totally disabled soldiers and sailors arc eligible. Secondly, there was the question of poat graduate scholarships In the departments history and economics in Imperial universities, for which candidates will be selected annually by provin- cial commitleea appointed for purpose. To arrange further details a suh' commUtfin was appointed, compris- ing Mrs. George H. Smith, Mrs. neff, Quebec; MIss Gordon, Kingston and Miss Laing, Toronto. Tho next meeting of the Memorial Committee win bo in Calgary, the last wecfc In May, on the sion of the annual meeting of National Chapter, worry aDuui iKjrfecl resuHa. Use "DIamonil guarartccd V) givo a new, rich, fadeless color lo any fabric, whether it he-wool, silk, linen, ooUon or mixed blouses, stocliings, tikirta, children's coats, feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Hook with cnch pacVS rgo tcllfl st> plainly how to diamond dye over any color that you cati not make a mistake, To match any material, have drug- gist show you "Diamond Dyo" Color Cetcten-Browrt Squares cf Nourishment Suitable for everyday NORTH-WEST BISCUIT CO., LIMITED Thd Art Xftfidle Work Club meet at Uio homo.ot .Mrs. A. Simp- son, 4th Avc.iSouth, on Monday altcrnoow. Tito United Church' choir for in the Maje.Tllc Theatre at 3 o'clock lotnorrcw afternoon. Tlie special meeting that was to havo bficn'hcld on Monday evening In conniclEon -wllh the baxanr of the Women of Mooseheart Legion has iiostponed until Tuesday evening owing to the special initiation of Ixiynl Order of Moose, t Thfi Eastern Star will meet on TapFday evening in the S, 0. B. hall at 8.00 o'clock. All visitors are wol- como. t The regular monthly meeting of tho Local Council ot was held In the Y. M. C. A., Friday, February 27llt nt 4 p.m. All the officers wore pres- ent. only a fair representation of delegates, as scver.il of the afflllaUtl fiocietica wore not. rcpTeacintPii a.t all. Tho reports of the Mathcsls fluh. Civic Cluh, and M'flainnary grants of money wore inade to Ih? V. M. C. nnd the Children's Khtitsr Moving Fund. Mrs. H. K. Davidson waH to coj'imunicatft with Mrs. Nowhall, of !vi rogani to htr coming lo to sponk upon the advisability of forming a Consum- ers' i.casuti. Mrs- IX A. Taylor will bo glad to hrar from nli incmhera having wo- nien'n mngaziuoa such nn Pictorial e HBETHEUE WASHINGTON', Feb. Brit- ish and French premiers' reply to President Wilaon on the Adriatic question was r.ead today by (he presi- dent and he Is expected to send his replv early next week. Officials were not disposed to cuss the latest note frotn London, but It was stated that tho American gov- ernment wilt continue to adhere to Us original position that a settlement lo which Jugo-Stavla objected was not to be forced on that country. The president's course In the Ad- riatic matter was criticized today In tho senate during Ihc first debate on the Senator Kellogg. Ilepub- vallnn look the ler attack, and ho was Joined 'treaty's irreconcilable foes. by "TIMES" PLANE CRASHED LONDON, Feb. Dally Mnil dispatch says that Captain Cockrcll and Mechanrcfan Coby. of the Times aeroplane which was wrecked at Tabora, German Pact Africa; on Friday, slightly Injured. The mnchino crashed on a huge ant hill on landing. SPANISH TROOPS IN CLASH IN MOROCCO Kovlew, Woman's Homo here. MADRID. Feb. troops have again clashed with revolutionary I'rlbesmen in the military zono of Mor- occo, according to a dispatch received Do You Save? when you buy your bread instead o! bakyss it, I tl Labor, time? fuel and the frequitnl vraste of high, priced Hour and other eipcruive food rnatcriiU.j What Do You GainZ j> devote la your vuiouitjuttaarKf rtcrci-j vY.cn you buy cui quililj breed? More lime to devote l tnd Out yoo ne serving youi limily ru-l trilioui und whotnocDclood 'ubich requiic. And you i sin. loo. in pocfcrt wtitn you mike our quility btctd the fntuic of cvci y mca I end cm down on tht v> nt i y ol more eipemve Fof. no tood you can buy costmj loEiulc will BO fai, tave to many providtsomucS real nutrition u bttsd. Foi cconnmY Ell pttnlj ot it >t every tncil. Eat Quaker Bread JOHN GTLMORE LTD. Phone 378 Spring Millinery Opening A complete showing of the newest spring modes. Your inspection is invited. Showing all the new ideas Gainsboro and other-Hats. The Forecast of Mar. 2nd and following days Suggesting the season's smartest cre- ations of Quality, Exclusivetiess and Fashion Supreme. Your Inspection Cordially Invited ;