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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, THK PATH HMD SALT DEPOSIT IH ALBERTA LAKE MAJOR, Alia, Jon. Au excel- lent quality ijcposlt.of common wit iH'eu found hi r. like bottom IQ vicinity o( thls'towii. -It' been a, reservoir 'placed' on tte surface. There seems to a very H. liarraclough, pastor of the Central! lyeo deposit and (here no sign of McUloji3t u, nt rilmlnlohlnB' A Yina hnn-t aui. ....VVI'IL-M an invitation from tho oltlclal board to ..remain .with the cnurclj yeir. Rtctayy, Mr, Barrstiough reX a a, Vancouver chure.li' CAGE FTFTKKJI diminishing. A company has been formed to work it. DIpNT1 ACCENT 1J -v f, VA hag lejiiaed It; ____! jj i> "r v R UMMAGE ITS EASY TO SHOP HERE DURING THIS316 SALE; ,EVEN ON THE-LAST'DAY, FOR EVERYTHING I SHARKED ON BIG PLAlijCAiyJS AND 'AR'RArlo: ED SO THAT YQU SEE IT ALL, NOT THE, PRICES EASY BUT' THE flUAUTY' 'IS JJU8T AS OUTSTANDINC'A FEATURE AS OUR PRICED EACH DAY Aobj TO'THE .1 SUCCESS OF OUR REAL LIVE RUMMAGE SALE. EACH'DAY ADDS TO'THE'LlsT OF SATIS.' LFIEQ CUSTOMERS WHO HAVE FOUND THAT OUR PRICES ARE .RIGHT AND OUR QUALITY J CANNOT BE SURPASSED. A BIG 4TOCK TO SELECT .FROM. A STORE THAT IS BRIGHT AND CLEAN WITH PLENTY OF GOOD DAYLIGHT WHJCH MAKES SHOPPING EASY AND A PLEASURE 'J COATS For Ladies and Children GARMENTS THAT EMBODY RARE SKILL OF TAILORING ANC MARKED OH1GINM.ITY OF STYLE. Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for LADIES' COATS Regular Regular "Rcsula.r Regular Regular Degular Regular Regular for for S13.EO fcr for for for for for CHILDREN'S COATS 531.90 J53.25 59.00. 514.95 J20.60 IAST DAY SPECIALS! SWEATERS Regular for............... Regular Regular Regular for.............. Regular Regular 80 Regular for............ Regular for Regular OFF SKIRTS Regular for......Y......; Regular for............. Regular for............. Regular for Regular Regular for............. Regular SERGE DRESSES------ Regular for............ Regular for Regular for............ Regular for............ 00 Regular for............ Regular Regular for........... GLOVES HOSIERY CORSETS LADIES'UNDERWEAR SILKS RIBBONS UNDERSKIRTS HOUSE DRESSES KIMONAS HANDBAGS DRESS GOODS CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR BOYS'UNDERWEAR. COVERALL APRONS SILK DRES'SES Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regriar for Regular for Regular for Regular for S45.00 You Save on Every til ng Tomorrow Every Silk Blouse Reduced 20' p.c. BETTER SHOP ON SATURDAY IT'S YOUR LAST CHANCE THE .dlGOEST SALEvWlfH .THE SMAi-tEST PftlCES The Store of PERSONAL Miss V.'inulfred Alrd of Calgary has entered the Gait Hospital In training. Mr. and Mrs. Mlsrhol Chernlavsky have left Vancouver for California.. Fltzslmmpijs, R. A. P., left yesterday for Calgary, where he will Western Can- Aviators beinij held In that city oii'January nth-liC v .Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mitchell flrtve tonight on a two uiniulu' trip [o Loa Augclos, Califv 'H-. ly enjoyea. Yhe music furnished was exceptionally good and the floor com- fortably filled. Through this tfauce the funds for the slereopllcan machine were sultldemly swelled to permit of Its purchase, n fact which greatly gratifies the conuiltieo In charge. CHURCHES-ANO SOCIETIES Lueilc Horspool, who ...The many friends of Mrs. will be pleased to leani that Bho has fully recovered her former health and has resumed her work. V'-'" t 't SOCIAL EVENTS Arrangements for the Bltrihers1 A special raeetlnj of Iho SlkokotoVl Chapter, 1. 0, D. K. is called for Sat- urday evbulnJr at 5 o'clock In tho Y. M..C. A. (o discuss final arrangements for lha Vileailtte dunce. At the1 W. C.'T. U. meeting yester- Iday afternoon'it ires decided to hold was a social evening shortly and a medal owing to tao critical ill- contest-the'proceeds from both being ness of her grandmother, left for I'oro- to Aid work In tho most this niorning. r city. A very pleasing item on tho prb- n gram was the splendid rendering by .Mr..Sweet of Calgary Is spending a Miss Avril Little ot that beautiful lew days in the sfly. _ storj. .Tho Wi86 Honry Van Dyke. At last nbjht'a'meeting In tho United Church, hall, Rev. A. H. Denoon of Knox church gave an instructive and helpful address taking as a text the words of Jesus "Heaven and earth shall pass away but my words ihall not pass Jesus hatf said that the temple would be overthrown, a declaration that as- tounded his hearers, but on lop ot Ball, which will be- held in Harper's lliat no said heaven and earth would Hall this evening, are completed and Pas' away. It is true that various con- It is anticipated that It will be a most ceplions of Ihe universe had passed successful The hall win ijp away and changed. The old idea of gaily decorated, and excellent music two simple 'divisions, earth and water furnished. The committee In charge on the one hand and a firmament not are; Messrs.; Hayr, Long, Rossiter, far above on the other hand had pass- and'Harrls. ed Into the Plolemjilc theory of. globes T J within globes, in'the.outer of which One of whist God dwelt. This in turn had passed drives of the series to be given -this Into the- 'Conernlcan theory and our season Underline- auspices, .of Iho modern Idea of the relation of sun and 'jDaughters and; Maids' of England wns earth and "other heavenly held Wednesday evening in the 1. theory which the church of the day O. O. F. hall. A splendid audience 'forced Copernicus to formally re- was in following being nouiice. But down through the years twrarrtcd the attractive prizes: Lad- tho words of Christ have remained and ies' 1st, Mrs. Frcel; ladles' 2nd, Mrs. have .applied to all life. The world Mrs. Wakelyn. 'toiuy has contracted in many ways. Gentleman's Is.t, Mr. Sid Russell; gen- Modem invention has brought all parts I t tiemau'fi second, Mr. Jlackwoed; con- closer. Kingdoms have changed, have' Mr. J. Ifooker. Dalnjy re- passed away. Autocracies have per- 'frtshments were Ifcrved. i Ished. Civilization nnd "even forma of j I religion have changed, but the words affair whlch'froinises to be most and teaching of successful is the Srd and dimco' Jesus gave a full'and permanent rendered and the sacrcdncss'of'life and the usual success attending the efforts of church's responsibility toward the these Indies Is certain to follow. I world.- The church 13 making a fresh endeavor through the Forward Move- The social and dance given last ev--ment to go into.nil the world. No oning In the Alberta Grill auditorium no Insiltntio'n will prevail, that under the auspices of- the Imperial leaves out tho relation between God Club, claimed a large prov- and man. The leaching ot Jesus must ed delightfully enjoyable. ''Madam bo made pre-eminent. Tonight will be the concluding meet- selections and. Mr. Rannaril was en- [njj series Rev thuslnstically applauded when lie sang M 'Wneiiw O.-IH "Dear Old Pal of. Miiie." Onb.ot the stolt will slnr a solo .most on .the program solo. DatevHaUowel, m per Ib. 25c Figs, Table, per 25c Cherries, bottle 25c, and 35c jjj.1 LB. GLASS JARS Assorted, 4flc Creamery Butter, Seal of Quality, per Ib..... 75c Eggs, No. I Candled, per dozen .._________ 7flc Cheese, Ontario, per Jb. 38c Milk, St Charles, family size, per tin 15c Oranges, Navel, good size, per dozea, 6flc: and 75c Apples, and Ibs. for 25c Cranberries, per Ik. 25c Fresh Cefery, Head Lettuce and Leaf Lettuce PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR FOR DELIVERY care must be taken to select those of oldest nnd at the same ilmc tne'prot nearly the same age and ability ns jticst ot fringes. It is used In widthi possible. up to eight inches. anJ In every col il. Tho award pt a meilal may bo or, though .black is more decided by three or niort disinterested used than the colors, judges.to whom printed forms will ho given Tho judges' papers may 'be....... uu given to a referee commitlee, they-to pin and forth; roll It; decide, to whom .the medal ,maj- ua ,-QU aiuj awarded. V 'i" "i 12. When a successful contest hasj do not roll 1 13. When the contest class rv j was "Kaiser Bill" presented by Mr. -Tho Wesley Church The Central C. T. U. are holding a' medal contest on or about February 6th. Thcro will be a junior .contest "omp'otlllon Is opVlTa'lT cWtdren 'in A. n-oy can ect a book from Ta on which to make their selection by Things In life won too easily aro not valued. Ivnter with the desire to ini< extensive preparations and It Is aMf- sllvcr; nntl lhreo Senior, Gold, tain not the slightest detail which Orr'ml GoW' niamoni. 'would contribute towards making tho Slcrtals. The contestant evening one of the greatest successes 6nn" consist of not leas than six, will be omitted. The engagement of nor morc eiBhl Arsons, under nn excellent orchestra nn-1 the nleas- inir'een years of nge. Ing program arranged will undoubted-1 For Medal Xo. 1. Conlcsl- ly fill tlie hall with eager pleasure stialt te "f Jlecial No. 1. seikers. I Infcrmeillnlo Mcdnl. Contcstunls I shall h'e of Medal (Junior) Miss Theressn Snlgel, the talented 2' or person of the ago ot Calgary elocutionist has been engaged thirteen or fourteen years. In appear In Wesley church presenting 3- Senior Medals. The competing Wilson Barrett's "The Sign ot fho class shall consist of not less than Hve. Crtss" on Oooi'I Friday, April 2nd. The nor more Ill3n Persons of fifteen announcement' of" JIhs Sclgel's re- J'CIir3 aml over' also win- I turn visit will be mem- "crs Inlermcillale Medal, bers ot the nudlenco ahe fiellghlEil For Orand Ciol.l Mcdnl. .Conteslanlr, npon the occasion of her last appear-' ne w'nn'ra fif Gold Medal. anco.in this city. .The hard time given In 'Hie For Diamond must bo winners of Grand Clold MoJnl, of the ago of sixteen yci'rs or over, Contests must bo reported to Ibur Needs for Sugar are when you use a noitrfklly sweet cereal, like H.irrtlevllle aclmol on Wednesday cr- cnlng was well attended nnd thorough- lne Provincial, Superlulondenl, In or- i der that the winner's standing may be recorded. 5. Clrculara, ni'es and other eon- lest lltcrnturo, giving all Information to the local worker, will bo sent for ten cfnts. W. C. T. 11. Reciters. Send all orders to your Provincial Superin- tendent, or to the Dominion Bcpojl. lory, WIllnH -Hall, 20 Gerard street, Toronto, Canada. I C. The ,-ielcrllons rchltcd liy the winner of o medal cannot lie rene connictlng for unothc.r medal, A [contest class ran repeat the samp ncllons in ;i now loeallly; barring oul wfnnpr nf llio nrHlfil. 7. A speaker may contest any num- ber of times. S, Selections may not ha abridged, but spoken In their entirely, unless jiormlsslftn ho granted by tho Provin- cial Superintendent, fl. fWcltatloti! shall ho taken from the W.C.T.U. nccilera. Other selec- tions may bo used by fending a copy to Iho Provincial Superlnlciulnnl 'find obtaining her nppvov.il, In mleMnn A tUsn. snncial .14. tor any dovlallpn from .the, ol, very recently shown, is a comuin above the consent of tie Pro- alion, of cmtidhcd tricoleltc and Tlncial Superinlenient must Brat be olliia and'has wide trimmings of oo .1 fringe In Sweden' woman are not alloiyed to Co Indiiatrlnl work for threa'wcbkt: lietufo motlierhuuii anil for'sii .webk: nflerward.. During this period thsj iiart-timo pay from the intll .viilu'jl or (inn by whom they are em ployed. -As cushions for the automobile black oilcloth is as serviceable a nut- (crial-as one .could eithei plain or fancy directs. EVERYTHING fear, ot ridicule one ot til? strongest Iiiilucncea in Hie lives' of diost of us. It lieeps us from' nmiiy'-ti kindly deed, nnd, worse, yet. frpni mnny a sensible course of Let tlie fear of -wlint "Ihoy'li sny" :mco 'gain entrance in -our- women's lives nnd wo'll go'1 far IniKied on the roail of ostraviignnce or sotifl olJaor-: Yftnco to Rfop riiliculo of jwvcrty or imited social onportunities., But ttio-ooursD Is so futile to aciom- pjlsli Us own end. Ot course "they" will what makes for Is Iho fact that IMng whatever ho done. As long as llvo In the world in companionship or casual association with others, those nrd bound to commeul and criticize. We all .10 It at times. What's the tise of making one's selt miserable, of straining purso and nervous energy to get things, .we don't need, to do things, ifo' really don't care to do just bc'cail'sb "they" lliluk wo might? What really matters la our own peace of mind nnil self-respect. if we aio toe thoughtful kind 'Of women we'll see that these ctm only he kept through standing true to the conditions anil convictions of our owi; lives. Tliis world that we're a-llTln1 in _Is mighty hard to tent; Voti get a tlioni with every But arca'l.tlio.roeeii swtet? Stanton. ;In order to do srfat things one must be Simon." Always crack a baked potato the moment ft Is done In lot'out the steam. At Iho pinnacle of fashion !n nvon- 'ng dross trimmings stands the ostrich feather fringe. It Is surely one of the Leather nncl dear will'1-- likely hcsp silk and velvet band ,v'. A Peris "display of spring nioUela shows linen dresses In. vivid yellows and deep roso and ;'v What are tncyt A mild form chlillug ol tho tuch a'degree that Inflammation n set up, causing a. tingling cesslve Irritation nnd otton iwell- Ing. Zam-Buk cures chilblains by drawing out ilia Inflammation, tbi'e ending the pain ami IrrlUtion mil. iwlurjng'lho r Miss Annie Leparu