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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'mnAY, 23, THE LKTI'nniDGB OAO.'V HKH PAliE THIRTEEN-' silver collection will be taken. Every-1 one welcome. One o( the most enjoyable affairs of the season waa a dance given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. 0. Pamburu, In the Becker hall In honor -of Mr. and Mrs. B. Kcsler, who nre leav- ing to reside In Mr. and Mrs, Kcsier have roado many friends In the cit.v who very much regret tuoir Hat News. f> 4- A DIAMOND RING FOR MRS. PARLBY NOT THAT KIND OF A HEADAl.. WCDOINQC Sllsa M. Carlwrlght Is spending a lew days 'J'he'Very, many friends of Mrs. D. Hage, Strathcona Court, will ta pleased lo learn .that she was removed from Gait hospital to her homo yes- terday, greatly Improved In health. CiRorge Lane, the Alberta rancher, U spending Ihe winter in Pasadena, California, where ho has purchased a home. Mr. and Mrs.'G. C. Cope left yesler-, day'for Portland. Ore., where they will remain lor six weeks visiting Mrs. Copo's mother and relatives. o Mrs. VS. T. Lowe who has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. D. A. Simp- son, 4th Ave. for the past fortnight, left this morning for her home in Choteau, Montana. Mi-. Hutciiison of the I. H. C. stair returned this morning from Calgary. Mrs. Saundcra accompanied by her daughter) Mrs.- Ilumby of Prince At- herl, has returned to the clly. .Mrs. Ilumby will remain In the city a couple of weeks. .j o Mrs. B. B. Martin of this city an- nounces the marriage of her sister, Miss Alice Adams of tills city lo Mr. George Morley of Calgary, the wed- ding having taken place in tlio Pro- Cathedral church, Calgary, oil Tues- day, January 21st. Iho very BOY. Dean Paget, eflichUng. Calgary, Jan. Walter Part- by, relirlug president of the United i Farm of Alberta ,was present- ed with a diamond ring anil a bouquet. SOCIAL EVENTS c- The Bluebird dance being given by tlie Major Jack Ross Chapter. I. 0. D. K., in the K. of P. hall tonight, bids fair to bo a repetition of the many de- lightful affairs tbat have been held by this, chapter. The hall has been most elaborately decorated and Mrs. Jlrosseau's orchestra will supply the music. The hall .is .well heated and heated cars for homeward journeys have liEen secured for 2 a.m. The patronesses aro JfesJarnes Conylieare, DeVoher and Smith. "Got a hacking cough and a headache? Well, I've' a jiMe -wood you couid hack, and it might cure your headache." obliged, mutn, but my 'cadaclie ain't of Ihe splitting London Opinion. liquor owing to It being addressed to a, man whom it, was found did not lire the address. Fifteen thousand young women have been "sworn in" by the Xew i Vork Protective Association to aid i In protecting girls. Kenosha, AVIs., hail a fire St. Thomas policemen are asking that was started by wator. The for an Increase In pay. water leaked on lime, and a dry par- tition was soon ablaze. RICKED UP IN SSING FOK THE MAS THE STORE OF QUALITY GROCERIES Our constant aim, in to make our Grocery Department a better ono, a more desirable sourc? of supply, an efficient aid to thrifty housewives. We aim at perfection n all details, in quality, prici and service. If not already a customer wo solicit an opportunity lo pleuse you. 'Almond Paste, White Dove brand, 38c; Is, 7'2e Chocolate, Unsweetened, Cowan's, Vis, 2 for 15c Jelly Powders, assorted flavors, 2 for.......2Sc Custard Powder, Carton's, per packet, each.. 15c CANNED FRUITS Pineapple, sliced Sunkist or Libby's 2s, tin 35c Cherries, fancy red pitted, Niagara brand 2s, 50c Raspberries, red, Niagara brand 2s, per tin SSc Pears, Barilett, extra fancy, 2s, per tin___45c LT.-COL. H. J. GRASETT Chief Constable of who Hufncr and Mrs. (Dr.) Rlf rjrs- are' giving a tea In benefit of Ihe Ladles' Aid of'Wesley church on Wed- nesday, January 2Sth, at the homo of i he were to go his return to tbat city Mrs. Hufner, C35 lllh St. South. A'would be Improbable. A large .vaudeville Ihcatrc will be built at Woodstock, Out. Three hundred guinea pigs were frozen lo 'death at ChamUorsburg, Pa. Twenly-two trust companies ot New may go to England this.summer. If ork WM.300 last year. Children Love Bread and Thrive on it It's true children are fond of sweets, candy, jams and pastries Have you mr noticed how tne hungry boy or a llicc of good bread and butter) At mcai lias applied for patents in Cnnnda anil foreign countries. The new rim is in- tended to replace! Ihe ordinary clinch- er rim on J'ord or other ca.'s on wliicti used. The outer jiart of Ihe rim is muovahlr and is to thu wheel -with four quickly dclacU- We are. now able lo book orders for Ladies' and Gents' Suits of the bsst available qualify, samras we supplied during 1919 We fi p I'.} lie c at the Iowa price po iblvand use only he be t qua i- lies u Scotch Titi'ftls anil Hua: f.cla W< rs Helen nets SCOTT Furrier Higinboiham Block ;