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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1920 run.> PAOK. Kt.F.VKK I PERSONAL [Or card playing to which pleasure tho flret part of the evening- was devoted. ff of Mrs. flret par The atlractivo prizes .''Altered were awarded as follows: ladles 1st. Mrs. .r- person; gentleman's Mr. Wakcman; Mlss'E. Grit i acHshUul and ThsJ wholc south. Wednesday. January 2Ut, at S p.m. Anyone who has pag5o4 thy; llrst aid examinations aud one home nursing examination is iiualilled to bo present. A special mectliiB oJ tho Daufihtcra and Maids of England will be held at the homo of tho secretary, 921 Tenth 5t. south at S p.m. tomorrow evening All members are re- queried to pltcnd. Tho annual meeting of tho Local Council of "Women will be held In the Y. M. 0. A. on Friday, January 30tb, at 4 p.m. Bach affiliated society 'ta asked bring in a short report of th'o year's work. It Is hoped that all vpm- en interested In women's work In this lty will be present. The meetings of tho Council ot Women .are always dpon'to'tho public. They caa ak'p part in 'all discussions but only delegates ciiri vole.' Iho cvcrnhlng was in tb .ui tho cll. ln done for the enioymeufof the guests, rf mirlinc li i' vis-'11 ls lho 1P organize a social 'anil alMcffo club among the offlucra in. near tulure, and ANNOUNCEMENTS tv. f Mr. Win. Jaynes, New Caslle. tarlo, announces the engagement 6' By Flea P. McGee, M.D., D.D.S. THE HOVAN MACHINE his sister, Iva Slay; I Gordon W 1- v w iinwnni- li-avr- on Salur.'" is ovlde'ul from.last night's attend ,Kv for 1C her 'hat sub-equent -dances will bo .laj for Mctorla. U.L., to Her -ou. forvrard (o.v.-ith enthusiasm by iakB place'quleiiy.ln February, i-rcu. all who uHetHlcil. Numberless charm- ceil; the ball room and John -Ucwur, lo Miss Marjory -Ilcajon Kills at St. James's 'Church, the bridcamaUs were "dressei in powder blue 'with laco' collars anil caiis with 'i.lus'tertf of grapes, and carried "sheaves 'of Aulumh leaves. The' bride fc Mr. W, H. Mclntyrc of Magrath ia a visltoy in Ii-wu. Mi-s. II. C. Macmillau, 120D Sl'sth Avenue is. "entertaining as her guest Mrs. 1I.'-M.' Kalcra ot1 Calgary. Tbe Eympalliy. ot many friends is t'xU'u'ded those bereaved through tbe iieath ot Mrs. McOorvIe, who mndo many friends durhg her visit in this city, the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. A. Mc- Corvlc. 1 gowns General Superintendent j. M. Cam- eron wjth Mrs. Cameron bis sis- tor, Miss "Cameron'of Calgary', were guests and their presence, undoubted-' ly added grcotlrt" the'i enjoyment of the evening. Mr. M. J. Scott of Cal- gary was also an out-of-town guest. Mayor W- D. L. Hnrdio and SIlss In-, llardio included list of those present. One week from tonight the.ladies riiont Smith, the i- McCLUHfl matrlage ceremony was wore ivory charmouEe, a train .of' jlpnitou ALITTLE OF 'EVERYTHING It Is wilh malrimony as with cream; ,caBt ,Lir.g wm ulake them II; Denoon uniting In tbe holy bonis __u ualzac of matrimony, Miss Ada-Mary Mc-Glure of this city and Mr. Harry was very Winnipeg Women's Musical "so and '.Club Is. opening the 21st scasou will) a tntred by Sirs. It. Cblpman, Dominion i it t A quiet wedding wr.s sslcmslied at sraar brown, b 10 home ot the offlcia.lng 01 the the liev. A. H. Denoon last evening when St. Patrick's clinrch will give a soc-l -Mr. and Mrs. Denny will-reside In lal In the SL ilasil's North' Calgary. I.ctbbridge. A splendid musical pro- Mrs. Elva Bbellen nn.l Mtm Olga been prepared and there will Coienmn of Mcgrath are hci'-g cards Fdmonlon friends called at Ihe home of Mrs. Joseph Morean. G'nrnoan, Thursday and Fri- day afternoon, to welcome her to (he marriage. city; also her son-Arthur was given n Mr. and lira. Kelly will resldo-ln warm welcome by old-time LethbrHgo Milk River, friends and others after bis return from tbe front. The living room and Many ore anticipating wllh pleisuro dining wcre mA fragrant Rttemlhg the Bluebird dance being held on Friday, evening, January 23rd, In the K. of P. Hall, tinder Ihe aus- pices of the Major Jack Koss Chapter, Jade continues to bokl Its own for Tarls bats, lienna is seen in tbo' new lobster" and a new- burnt tone is an but the is an Iridescent effect 'known as "Sphinx." Miss Marie Shepherd and Mr. Kelly ot Milk Hivcr were united in Room 01 SOCIAL EVENTS J..O. .D. B. The hall'will be profusely nml tbe committee In charge Is malting great prdparattoils' in order that riotvthe. slightest detail which Iorlncr'5 OI would contribute iowarls jnsviiv f o evening one- of greatest success will bo overlooked. with carnalions, narcissus and cheer- ful with a large grate fire. Assisting wcre Mrs. A. Lehmatm. Mrs. E. L. G. Hill. Jlrs. J. F. Hoar, Mrs. J A Fyfe, Mrs. A. K. Kraery, Mrs. G: A. McKce; also Mrs. W. E. Simpson; SIlss Dim- nlnijto'i. Mrs. K. N. Hlglnbolhain, Mrs. Jas. JicCaig. Sirs. J. K. Hodgson, all I r. TORONTO'S LADY COUN- C1LLOR WORE NO HAT CHURCHFS AND SOCIETIES Members and their wives will be entertained by the sociil committee ot the two city courts of the Ancient Order of Foresters (Court, Star anil Rvehin'g in "Durgman's Hall. Pu UaQ'ef cosmetics among b'is pupils', ot a grooklynVjbiiobl' lias adopted the plan ot sending rouged.-girls out of the classroom to wash their faces. Most girls -obeyed, not; Willingly, perhaps but stflL tliey illd obey. It cm Have you ever considered what a remarkable machine you are'! Think of the- wonderful maehnnism of youf band, your wrist and your arm! Think of lho powerful muscles, the- slender tenions, tho rigid bones, dellcato ner- ves, the efficiently distributed arteries and veins. All of these and tho rest of your marvelous body do tbelr work at your slightest thought. In addition to all ot this, your bodily machine re-1 pairs nearly all of its own Injuries, j takes cars of lli own growth and rc-i news Its worn out celts. Nature makes a complete effort to provide you with a perfect means to carry on your i business auJ lo enjoy tbe pleasures! of life. In order .for your bcdy to do these things it must have fuel, lu tbe shape of food, and it Is up to; your mouth lo receive anJ to prepare.' this fuel. 1C your food Is of the very purest and most appetizing variety, carefully prepared and tastefully serv- ed, H would seem that would be all that Is necessary. But if that same pure food Is place! In an infected mouth and Is tbeu thoroughly corrupt- ed by having mixed with It many types of bacteria and of tbe poisons result- ing from bacteria, would it not seem tliat.the damage to your system would very serious? The condition known as neuritis, rroni which many people who use :hclr hands in highly-trained work, such as telegraphers, typists, nlauislf, frequently suffer, is cause! by over- v-'ork and infection. The- overwork re- duces the vitality and 01 the nerves and Ihei? shca'ni. anil In -us in tbe majority coive? abscesses about the teeth. This is only one of the many painful and serious derangements of your body machine that can come from diseases in lho mouth, it you owned a fine piece ot machinery lhat got out of or- der, you would call in first a good gen- eral machinist ami then men especial- ly skilled lu the various parts ot Ihe machine that required especial train- ing. Why not be as careful of your own body! The mechanical principles upon which yen are built and by you live are Just as true ns those upon which you run your automobile. But as your body Is the most complicated machine with which you will ever crmie in contact, it requires a very '0 high order'of intelligence in tbo gar- The Store of Quality: Groceries DECIbE NOW To trade with us If you are not already doing so. Wo will leave nothing undone to moke you one of our satisfied customeri.. WAGSTAFFE'S JAM IN 4 LB. TINS Strawberry, per tin................. Raspberry, Black Currant, Loganberry and Bramble Jelly, per Apricot and Peach, per tin Molasses, Lily Brand, 10s, per tin Molasses, Ginger Bread, 5s, per tin Molasses, Dcmolco, 2s, per tin 90c SOc 30c VAN CAMP'S SOUPS Oxtail, Chicken, Tomato, Cream of Celery and Mock Turtle, 2 tins for................35c 6 tins for......................... PHONES 313 and 1513 Hudson's' THE FIRM FOR SERVICE- -NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY (Toronto to, go land those who attempted' to deceive Mrs. iramllton, gracefully gown- Icachers through belief that the ed in black velvet, with touches of "tine nl color ng i too "natural" to chinchilla deep, silk fringe, 'took ideals must bandsome lo, (bu same order pi: ilete these days without the advise jf that sncclalist upon the tbe dentist. cnca a p her place in the aisle chair on Aid. "el't..j second tiiHp O Baker's left, at five minutes to "at 'a artistic eleven. She carried black handbag, whic that dresses tbat began nt the ,hcr desk beslile an exquisite corsage cxlelWed; to ihe beeh must i -i o sweetheart roses; whlch.had presented by the iwomen bail The Travellers Aid committee will so loyally supported her on elec- meet in-tlic Kindergarten Section of day. Asx Mrs. Hamilton enter- Knox school room on We'lnesday ed the Council .chamber, wearing temoon at a quarter to three' snai-p. smiles, of '.approval Whist will bo followed Members are requested to b'o present.: reflected on the countenances of the by a musical and dance. -t rf 9 A delightful dance was cnjoy- >d in. Harper's hall last' night by the local office staffs of the Canadian Pac- ific railway.- About one hundred anil fifty persons were In attendance. Tho Tbe TM.H6 Sewng Circle will meet at tbe home of Mra.' Smith, 732 ,no short -skirts. Opinlons'mny'difter ns to Ibe r artistic merit Nof long skirls lort ones, but'there can be no Vi6ws among sensible people over bad taste of the public displays Uomy. madCiby yomig gjrls or ibit of 11 1115 as people call it-, on youthful faces. St. "15" uooa, north, on Wednesday after- acc.amatioh Was accorded Ing any particular stir. A business meethig of the Leth- rnusjc, supplied by Needs' orchestra, bridge Nursing Division of the SI.) excellent and the lloor in splendid John Ambulance Brigade will ho held i condition Tables bad beer, arranged at the home of Mlsa Dawden, 1255 4th BEVY OF BRIDESMAIDS IN SCARLET CLOA for.geuuinn beauty .can look upon face tinted like that nt a bisque doll or carrying a glaring red spol on its cheek.bones as otherwise tbau di: figured. FGRATOPPY, TASTY BREAKFAST that puts you on your toes, mentally and physically; Heat two Shredded Wheat Biscuits in the oven (to pour hot milk over tkem; salt or sweeten to suit the taste. If you don't like milk pour hot water over the Biscuits, drain off the a small hit of hutter on each.The tasty goodness of the haked whole wheat is a joy to the palate and supplies all the nutriment needed for ahalf days work Ordinarily an apro'n is regarded as a' symbol of domestic thing Le'tbbridg'e brides-elect seeking; in- of cambric, gingham, lawn or the like plratiou for wedding-toilettes Biven to much decoration, unless, heir own wear or for that..of tlie- oxcapts the variety as the ibinultous brldesmaii will doubtless panorjmaid's apron; which is permit- HUNTING FOR SMALL IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Jan. was begun here foe -Ambrose J. of Toronto, former owner of a chain of Canadian theatres, who disappeared December? after depositing a check for the proceeds of the sale of his bu-iness. At the request of ronto authorities the New York police sent out a general alr.rm. A reward of has been offered for Information about him. GREAT POINCARE CABINET HINTED AT AS COMING PARIS, Jan, newspap- ers generally give a sympathetic reception to tbe Mlllerand cabinet but little enthusiasm Is aroused. There seems to he a general Im- pression tbat It Is a temporary ad- ministration pending what Ed- mond Du Mesnil of the -RappH, calls tbe "great Poincare cablnet.'t BREAK BACKBONE OF RADICAL ACTIVITIES ON PACIFIC COAST MEN MUST HANG OTTAWA, Jan. of deatli on Patrick Dolormo, Murilock Allen ami Hoineo Lecoste, at Montreal, has been officially con- firmed. SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. ment of justice agents and Seattle imilce.'tlast; night than 700 p'crsohs on dewortatioh warrants. Officers saii lho.raids were iutcndei) "lo break tbo backbone of the radi activities in the Northwest" and were part of a new national campaign ag- ainst the Hods. The Quick Way Stop a Cough to f ,a interested to learn of the striking led-tnnjnnng license: lo the extent of imnvalliras introduced al several a embroidery or lace and an iishionaUo 'weddingB In London re- bow rlbtlon ccntly. Fourteen brldcsmalila in pictiircs Hut recently Ihe apron bas been ele- qtie scarlet cloaks and white dresses, vith wreaths of maple leaves in com- illmcnt to the bridegroom, attend Miss .Toy Mjirkham's marriage at loly Trinity Brompton. Jllss Markbam Is the daughter ot tho late Admiral Sir Albert Mark- Kam. The bridegroom was Contain Kidney MacCann, a Canadian ofliccr. Tbe bride wore cloth of silver. Pink chiffon ami charrannse gowns, vatcd to, Ihe rank of a desirable ac- cessory for dressy ..wear. In other words. bag been incorporated as an Integral part of afternoon and even- ing frocks, (hereby imparting a quaint and unusual note, not al all associat- even in Its most versions.. Its translation one of lho little incongruities that Par's delights to'spring on a sartorial ,vord demanding something with blue vei's and wreiths, was the an.j untriQi] attire of the eight bridesmaids at the. lias come about that lace, wedding of the Hon. Marjory SI. velvet and even serge BORROW PAPER SASKATOON, Sask., Jan. borrowing a small amount of paper from the Itegiim Post and reducing tbe sirfe of issues, the Saskatoon Star will bo nble lo publish all 'editions Monday, Tuesday find Wednesday. TORONTO RAILWAY APPEALS BEFORE PRIVY COUNCIL LONDON. Jan. Canadian privy council has allow ed the appeal in the case of tbo Tor onto Hallway versus tho Corporatloi of Toronto concerning tho supply o street cars. Tbe privy council (lis missed 1be appeal of the Toronto nail way ron.-otnins tlio removal of snow from tbo tracks. GERMANS OFFERING GOODS -5 DRUftY GETS SEATS FOR. MEMBERS ,..i.. STHATKOHD, Peter'Smith here today, declared that scats have been found for Vrcmlcr "Drury, Hon. :ff W. B. Itaney and Hon. Maun- v ing Uohcrly. Aniiounceincntif- and writs will likely be issued Ibis week. apron service. Aubyn, eldest daughter of LorJ and been Laily St. Lo.van, to .the-lion. John; Parker, brother ut the Karl of MOT- originality with which It Is simp- ler, which look place al St. Gcorge's.icd 'and. trimm'eJ, the.hip line may be Hanover Square. widened or narrowed or otherwise Miss SL Aubyn chose ivory salln indeed, tbe entire and fof her gown. The metamorphosed. Therefore, it will bo Duchess of Albany was present, dc- ECCH -that the fashioning of this ac- spite the early hour of tbe ceremony; cc spry ,1s not a mutter under- At the wadding of Lord Korlovlot'e Inkeu lightly. You mi.ijlit be surprised id know IKat '.be lest you can -for a severe is a rciuedv which is easily pre- pared nl home in" just a few moidcnts. if's cbciip, but for prompt mulls" it anylliinc else you ever, tricil. Usu- stops the ordinary or chest ,slil in 2-1 hours. Taptcs ple.isanl, (hil'jrcn like it is pure and Rood. Tour' oiincci of 1'ints (50 cents v.-oitli) in-a lij-oz then fill it up vrilli' plain "rnmilatpd syrup. Or U5C- iiiuUistcs, iiqney, or corn of dcsircil. 'finis -j-cu mrJie lii family small bottle of K-' coiijfi syrup. And as n medicine, llicrc 13 renlly liolbinx Letter, lo be .liail at any 'price. 11 'ROCS io Uic'-BpoL mid Bivcs fliiick, listinK-rclicf. '-It promptly bcals tbe iuflamed membranes, ihat Hue (he. throat and air iftssajjes, stops tho 'mnioyinfi throat tir.klc; loosens lho' phlfin, and soon your coupii stopa cn- iircty. Splendid for bronchitis; ynd broncliial aslhmal Pincx-is'a hislily pcmnil of Xorway pine extract, iaiiiona for its iicalins effort on the membranes. To avoid disappointment ask your for ounces with directions and don't, accept- else. Guaranteed to ;iivc abioliilc. satis- faction or money refunded. Tho Tines Co., Toronto} Out.' .V MADRID, Jan. who before the war did a largo business In Spain, have been offering 'machin- ery, chemicals and drugs during tbe IMCLVMSU- 1ast two Tho Kools were tor- ilhouott" mcrly popular here and are coming to Switzerland. When Spanish buyen offered payment in marks, however, the German pxonrters refused lo ac- cept them saying they would sell only for pesetas or other foreign currency WOMEN FIGHTERS OF TOE POLISH BATTALION OF .DEATH BLUE RIBBON TEA It is a woman's privilege to change her mind, but every good housekeeper is thoroughly decided on the superiority of Blue Ribbon Tea Plmtn shows n drill wiih n inncblna gun nt I lie 'tffilsldrtu of I.wew, i'ortco, Darbolskl (Mound la shown In the background. Wj.P This illustrates-but one of the many uses to which Znm-Buk, the hcrlia! balm, is daily put. Accidents will happen, especially where there arc children. Mothers should never be without Zam-liuk. iJam-Bnk U (lie best "Flrsl Aid." Its antiseptic properties kill ail Kcrms, preventing blood-poisouing and Inflammation. Its rich, essences quickly case paia and build up new healthy (Issue. Zam-Buk is entirely different fromnll other ointmcnls. !t is purely herbal add contains no pohonous coloring matlcr. Tskc ooiuhslltiilc. -Sec