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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1U20 PAGE ET.KVKN Ing school In Ihis cily. Tlio lea talilojor.Mrp. O. U, 015 Till St. S. lad a ol sweet peas 011 Thursday :'afurnoon at t.'lv in a The flucu cards .wsro, o'clock. 'AH Jtdlpji ara urgently re- liaud painleci in. sweet Covcra lalil for Miss Hazel Allen, Miss Uy Gordon, Miss Marguerite Gordou, Horlease Gorilou, Miss Beatrice Ulisou, Virginia Buclil. Miss Bva Klton, Miss Green, Mlu Viola (Sreen. JIhs Alice Clelghtnn, wiJ Mrs. Frances Illlngworth. On BalurJay evening tUe employee! o( Campbell, Wtlauu and Home, Llm- lied. Wholos'alo Grocery House, held j Ihoir nniiusl social evening !n their offices on 3rd Avenue.. Slicly reopto HOSTESSES TOMORROW Mrs. E. S. Sehl. 1229 4th Avenue, 3oulh, will recelro tomorrow, Inform- ally, Sharp; la-Jits'third confinement lo her. homo of Theodora OtitlunO, who is Buffering from measles. a Mrs. A. R. McCulr dVciiargedv J .Tlie 'Women's HiWo Class of Ihe Church, North Mr. and Mrs. David Elton and fain, 'ot the .year. 'iield their, monthly, meeting last even- Ily hive relumed-'to tho clly trimf .'..Refrcphtopriti wore Ihen ing at ihe home pf.Mrs. Westcott. Salt Lake. Kftenrards ft KOodlj1 numUer of tdojo Officers were .elected "nil commtr.cos present tripped tho light fantastic'loo ivere formed for the- coming year as Mrs John Horao and Mlw Horns lo lho an orchestra'iiiitil follows: have left for-Vtclorliu-Calsary. Her- when [ho .party broke, up, j President, Mrs.. Valmough. everybody having spent a very enjoy uhln evening. ANNOUNCEMENTS fr WEDDtNOS Any man or woman wha keeps handy will Wit you that 'i same thlnQ. A Drc- K> Olandor. land, Mrs. 5Ioorchouse. Sick Visiting Whl'o, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Kergan Social Mocro house. Mrs. Allen .aud Mrs. Uoberta. Following .tie transaction of bus- 1 Mr, and Mrs. 0. 11. Cronkhlte, of I.ethhrldgiJ.-amiounce tho engagement! of their daughter, Gladys to Harris] 0. Rogers, of Orion. Alta.. recently pj, Jan.' id.'at XhVtfoino InesV, were serv relurnej from overseas. The taarrlaic yfs s M young, when her niece.. od. The truthscekora as the Women's tako placo shortly. I MIsa Graham and Mr. Oeo. Bible Class are known would be glad Camphell. were united 'In marriage, to have all ladles ioln them in to MfB. B. D. Marlin of tills oily an- Only Iminedlntc friends and relatives church (it 3.15 on Sunday atlornoon wero present. when their class ineels. Mr. and Mrs. Camphell left on. the midnight train via I.ethbridqo for Cal- sary, where they ivlll make their home. upunees the engagement '-it ESPECIALLY those frequently attacked by rheumatic twinges. A .counter-irritant, Sloan's niei'il ncallers the'congesllon and ori jlls3 Aijco Adams of this city to rubbing lo the afflicted Mr George Morley ot Calgary, relieving lie ache and pain, marriage to lake place shortly. 'Kept handy, and. usel everywhere for reducing- and finally eliminating thd pains and of lumbago, neuralgia, muscle strain, joint stiff- ness. eprMns, bruises, tho result of ex- posure to weather. Sloan's Liniment Is sold by all drug- tists, 35c. 70c, J1.40. Made-ln Canada SOCIAL EVENTS Haymmul and friends, will be; .Item, front I CHURCHFS.AND SOCIETIES ft All ndherenU and mcmhers the Salt KndxiChurch'. nre reminded- of the an- Her Cleverness Fooled a Pitts Ino Young enlert-ilncd ye3l6'-'-vn- meeting church Mtin inH an Orphcum niatluue party, followed (his evening, at S o'clock.' After re- bur8 Business man arm by leit a: the Kiteals were young school friends from Canada, who are at present, -ntlend- i TKeBestPart D D n D 0 D 0 is the exhilarating, digest nrv- helping noic. PAiticuUtly uue, wlxn tJic Coffee latd SEAL BRAND COFFEE tHejisgnmt, Coffee, rich, raeHow, b'cnded end roasteiL In r end a-lii. hercneciciEly aetlcd. Whote, grour-.d, or' FINE-jpound (lor TricgUtors or the ordinary "Ptrfrct Cffftt-Pufttilr f.hJe-'fnc on CHASE SANBORN porls of the yearls acllvit'os have been read a social will bo held. The regular meeting of the A. V. P. :A: .he held Thursday evening, January 22nd, In tho El. Aucuslliie hnll at S o'clock sharp. Tho lilorarv by u veiled woman bandll 3 nerve an imcl religions committee are in charjo Alal" Elocjiniiieller, secretary of. the. evening's tnlCTtalnment and building and loan association, w an 'interesting program is assured all held up and robbed of cash wriii land checks mill a gojd watch, late last Seven '-Thousand and Watch Disappear PITTSBUIl6'; Jan. As we read of the and fall nations, we realise 'thai at certain periods of ilieir wheu their II governments have had liic greatest vigor and tholr foreign commerce hasi' beeu pushed inmr-maflo tjrup, EnslI nnj casts lltllc. weeks or wholesome thrilling speed skating and ski .shooting at its best tobogganing on Tunnel Mountain, and many other stsorts. Full partlciilnM And reserva be h3tl frir> any Canadian Sgcr.t. DRURY RUNS IN HALTON, .DOMERTY IN-EAST KENT TOTlpNTO, Jan. E. C. Drury to run In Halton coutily an-1 Hon. Manning Dohcrly, minister o( .iGricultiire, [s lo run in [vast Kent. LEFT AN OF HALF A MILLION V.ANCOUVBH, U.C., Jan. late W. Taft, liimbernian anil con- tractor, builder nnd owner of the first apnrtirenl block [o be erected In Ihls city., who n tftw montiis ago, left an estate valued at approxlmalely to his will for probaic iorlay. Two rilRlcrs rcsi'l- iir Toronto rao bencflc'ariej. Mr Tfllt was B native of Ontario. fe Woo-J. tio credit to Iron is one of n? in my f-Tpcricncc is NuxateJ fOR SALE BY J, D, HIOINBOTHAM i CO., LTD, 1 TO REINSTATE POSTAL WORKERS Jan. Do- minion Kovfrti-ncnt foc--dc.l from Us .position with rr'Kr-cr-'. ta wcrrk- crs wjHi '.vent on strike hare lasl tunimcr. and has announc- ed Hint II has removed 'the lin tc-rdlctlon ngalnsl these men and .they bo laken Itnck as soon us occur. If yen have a severe coiich or chest cold accompanied with _ soreness, throat tickle, hoarsened, or i above, the SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: High grarie DINING SUITE in fumed oak, com- prising splendid bullet, round cilcnslon inblc anrl set of full leather scaled dining chairs; HANDSOME S-PH-XTK DIM SET, comprising pair cf very heavy chairs and sdtce, nil upholstered In solid leather and ail solid oak. fumed; very massive FU.MKI) OAK DEN fitted with desk drawer; Iwo very fino' flu'ed fumed oak iicdcslnls; SBAMI.KSS AXMINSTEIl CAKI'ET, in shaiics of green; fine 'Wilion Hug, 8x12, In splendid comlllton; two cliiffonlcrca. OTIC wilh oval mirror, ono plnin; Haniljiry nnd tVARDROBK IN OAK with bovulloil mirror In door; Winnipeg conrh wilh iiinltreps; Iwo Rrass rlinirei; two screens; rcfrigerat or; tnnnlcl bed complete: sliiln'-ttes; hooks; al'.oiit 3 doze-Vi homo preserved frullF, pii-kl'-K. cle.; CAUINBT SPJWIXG JfACHTNH'; HTEWAIJT .IIAN'OK'.filled wilh ga.s burner and hot water front; child's ylrlgh, w.iscm; snl, Iwo a'.ul table; hraj's janllnliTA; garden hrac. loola; kitchop table; kitchen iva-ih tubs and iiiaiiy other "tinalier items, Anrl j FORD TRUCK, 1916 MODEL In running slinpo (four now tlrqs recently 'I with tools and accessories, TRUCK TO BE SOLD AT GOODS ON VIEW WEDNESDAY EVENING, 7 TILL 9 J TERMS CASH PHONES "WADDINGTQN'SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" ;