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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WKTJXESDAY, Itrzu TIB5 DAILY PERSONAL. Friends of Mrs. K. O. McKlllop will regret to karn ot her illness. s Mrs. and Miss Sibil returned to tiie city alter a vacation epsnt hi the mountains. J. w. Wood la a victim o( lum- bago and i> confined to hla bed at present. Mr. H. ol CaltfUTi was a Tlsltor In tbe city yesterday. C. H. Bell, of Bow Is a visitor In the city. Inspector Shoebothaia returned this morning from Medicine Hat. will to ot Uie confinement to her homo of Mrs. K. lodder and Join with us In wishing 'or her a speedy and complete j -j "We- are plewd to to statj ha'. Mrs. K. B. McKay, vh'o baa been 111, fr greatly Improved IB health. MUs Xora MoLeod Will M glad to leam of her removal from Van Haarlem bespits! to her own borne. t Mrs. J. Cormia and Mre. left this for Vanccuv'sr, B.C., to attend tbe funeral of their father, .Mr. William Hunter, nrho passed away In tuet city. Dotb Mrs. Cormle and Sirs. Oeti have sincere sympathy ot a circle of friends In their sad te1 reavcmcnl. Miss Bertha Boutton his accepted' a' position In the Merchants Dank at Barons for three mouths. She leaves the of the present week to assume ier new duties. v t, SOCIAL' EVENTS v To correct. impression being entertiiaed by many that the cabaret bilns given by Capl. C. Cocq would'BOl be given on Friday Mr. Cocq to anncunco that the dincVwlU held. bimitar to'thoie which vere In >at, the vjrevlous dances will igaln be in effect' and tiose tickets are ad T lied to aecure them bu- fore Thursday evening as tbo number is strictly limited and no sales be made after Uiat night. The msual success which attends any affair given by tho ladles of Si, Patrick's church marked tha "At Sir Adam and Lady Heck have Bournemouth, Eng., where Sjr Adani In a nursing for'home about February IS.' JUST THREE DAYS MORE OF THE JANUARY SALE 3 DAYS OF WONDERFUL BARGAIN QIVIflG Iliis -is your opportunity to buy for present and future requirements, as fnhnu- facturers and wholesalers prices are soaring higher SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON SUITS, COATS, Hudson. Seal-.Muffs, finest-qualify at Wolf Muff and Neckpiece (natural) at... Rich Dark Racoon, deep collar and muff Taupe Dyed Rabbit, deep collar and muff for 1 only, Persian Lamb Set, beautiful quality for 1 only, Misses' Jap Fox Set, clearing at only COMFORTERS. 525.00 ;I. only, Fine shape.y reduced; to- J Clearing Out the G10th Coats AT A VALUE. 3: only Silvcrtone Coats, newest styles that sold nt 550.00 and 855.00. OO Art GoiiiB now at 1 only, Pony Cloth Dolman Coat in black, (all fancy lined, deep capo collar. A rich stylish gar-' nienU Worth JGO.OO. v AA Clearmg now JU.VU A REAL SALE of SERGE DRESSES 12 ONLY, ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES. In rjrecn and wine shades. Sizes 16 to 10. V.iiuos up to )40.00. Alt put in at one -I o pft Iirico, per dress 3 only, Dlacl; Plusli Coats, full lined, all new styles and Regular 545.00 oo nn and Clearing out at, each bOtUU 3 only Kersey Coats in aud 'grey. Values iip'lo 5.10.00. Wnal clearing OO "TC at, 2 only, very fine Velour Coats, liaU silk lined, shades purple and hurgundy, 550.00 and 9A.CA ?05.50 coats. Clearing now at, each. ,held in assembly ball ol jSt.''BaSil'B sAool last evening. The Mvas largely attended uid prpyed most successful both so- 'ially-'oud ritiuclally. The reception committee spired no effort In seeing Lat the 'guests thoroughly enjoyed Licmsolves atid the complete aban- of everyone present to the ui 'of the evening contributed largely o the BucceM o! tho entertainment: was played during he part of 'the evening, followed 'and dancing. Tho prizes- were awarded as lidles' let, -Mrs. DeYeber; Jnd, lAndry. Gentlemen's 1st, Mr. Mollonald; 2nd, Mr. Geo. Negrey. Sir: Qulbn mado B most efficient chad-main aud''Mrs: Brosseau supplied .he'sat'isfviug'mustc for the dance. 'Members of the'- WillanI W.C.T.U. will meet 'at the home of Mrs. Uoldie on Friday evening at 8 o'clock Id en- Joy -'a social -h'onr' with their former president, Mrs.iAi B. Humphries, who this' city irom the coast. Corinne Fox was the hostess of a h'appy little party this afternoon, when a number her friends gathered at her hpuie to celebrale her birLliday. Ca'mes and a 'dainty lunch were en- joyed. Last evening Mr. and Jlrs. Bouck enlcrtained a number of their friends at their home, corner of 20th ICth. Are. S. A delightful musical progfaip ..was enjoyed and de- licious .refreshments served. -X" WEDDINGS and rango of voice with splendid in- .erpretatlou and Is indeed iortunate In possessing a leader who U doing so much: tor the of musical expression In iud next effort ot tse club vlll be a' c'ati- tau on which; practice will be .com- at aad anyone wlBhinf to unite with tie club should confer with tbe leader, as a rare opportunity for individual procrew it- A rflrer collection Ukea at ioor araoiuiUiK to (34.00 which will be donated to .the' Children's Shelter and Travellers' A vote of thanks moved W. U Hamilton and by Mr. Seal, president of the'Children's Shelter, to' lirs. Johnson and tbu cboir for their splen- did concert aud tboir kindness, in helping these' organizations of the city. The Neit-of-Kiu Association will meet in the Moose hall on Friday eve- ning at 7.30 o'clock. This will be tho last meeting ot the Neit-of-Kin Asso- ciation and all members are asked to bo present. The ladies' swimming and gymnas- ium classes be- held as -sual to morrow (Thursday) evening. Ladles come prepared for gym. The committee in charge of tho ar- rangements for the bazaar to bo given the women of .Mooseheart meet tonight ot the homo of Mrs. Georgo WHUanis, SIS St. South, at 8 o'clock. Flease remember to Have your Royal Crown soap coupons. Toe tral .W. C. T. ,U. collects these for Travellers' Aid work, and the pro- ceeds from these In nihe months las year totalled about Help to swel this sum for a worthy cause by sav ing every one you 'can. "Kvcry litll makes a muekle." Collections arc made (ho first week in February, Ma> August and November. HEAVY GREY WOOL BLANKETS hnvo a big quantity this line of .blankets, nought in the year nieSna they are -B-ortli at least two dollars more now.'Wo" are :-nelliiitf twerity-fiye only at >AA this price P.wU 40 inch CIRCULAR PILLOW COTTON, wbfth 65c lor 47c Splendid warm COMFORTERS reduc- ed to Baby Crib COMftDRTERS, 'clearing SOc'BRiDAL CLOTH UNDERWEAR at 95c MATERIAL, per yard 40c 10-4 or 90 INCH BLEACHED SHEEtlNG, per yard 90c 50c QUALITY WHITE FLANNELETTF; FOR39c wide, soft finish, heavy quality cloth, frco from filling. Wo Imvo put aside 300 yards oft to tell nt pi'co .'18-INCH-EXTRA HEAVY ALL LINEN ROLLER TOWELLING A-fino that will uivo oxcellrjit wear and fa dirt cheap at Iliis price, Tter ynrd BUY FREELY FOR THREE DAYS, YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE; THE SIMPSON GO., LTD. Society, llul Regular weekl Testimony Electing'Wednesday even lug at 8 o'clojck! Christian Science Block (grounil wcdding'took placo at the St.' 'Cypriflii's-cluirch at half :past one today, when daughter ot Mr. R. W. Wallace, -of this became the bride.pf Jarjies .Campbell Aird, son p! Sir: aiKli.Mri, .lames..Alrd, of this Rev.--fceacfofl, of ing. '-1 'Vn. The given away liy and attended by Silas Mario (Jdoher was Mr. .Htiines'-'Fclger fcttfflsorlcd the "groom." 'Immediately affer IhS ceremony a reception wasvlftl8- at 7lhc home of the hriile's lun- cheon depar- (titre pf-'flr.'jfml Calgary; iiieir'ho'ney'mrjdn will be-spciit. and take jp residence o t CHURCHES A'ND SOCIETIES Scaling .capaciljv.was crowded .to the'utmost-last; evening when tlic Ladies'. Chora! Club, under the leader- ship of Mrs. H. II.'Johnson, pre- sented'llieir. first program in HID Chris- tian' church. It-was a program of nn- usuui merit and-lasted ono liour and a the admiration .and applause of the audience throughout. The keynote ot the evenings-perform- ance was struck by Jlrs. Cull- and Jlrs. Long in a bright and cbarmlns piano duet-nml .the-standard of excel- lence r their rendition set WHS main- tained throu.qliout.tho entire program. Tho'old three-part song, "Three Old Maids of was heartily encored, as was also Mrs. Johnson, who, after responding to (ho recall, was present- ed witb a beautiful bouquet of canin- tiona by the choir. Another favorite was' (be "Venetian Boat sung by Mrs: Johnson and Miss Wellington. Mrs. Colnman as an accompanist was {sympathetic and artistic; her excel- lent' work at the piano being fully ap- preciated by (ho audience. Mrs. Johnson has a wonderful depth OTTAWA, Jan. Camidta will be no recurrcnc in this generation o( the 'flu epidemic. Such is the hopeful conviction c one of Ottawa's foremost physician! Dr. .H. C. "Chicago and New York haven't go the influenza he'declaret" "The cases reported so faithfully fro day to day In such numbers are not Ing more or less than what Is pcrpe ually.'linpwn as Tha ejmp oms are'no dlrterent and rate no. higher- lhan the old and mo faniiljS artioie. 'In my. practice I do ,'n know of bne'person who has been ft tacked wilh (he1 'Ra vfhp has had recurrence. The attack to, seems have immunized those who once fe victims and survived, .while laose. n attacked were not susceptible to t1" disease at all.' "This scourgo undoubtc-Jiy li rapt the .world in paat aeei. ItF origin is mysterious and Us sweep is Inspread and disastrous. But a. generation, or perhaps many generat- ions, will elapse before It comes again in the deadly fonn that it did in 1018." The Store of Quality Groceries Lax, 3 packets fwr 40c Goblin Soap, the cleanser, 3 for 24c Soap, Sunny Monday Laundry, 3 for 27c Bran, 100 Ib. sacks, Shorts, 100 Ib. jacb, Peanut Butter, Wantmore' brand, per tin 30c Olive Butter, small glass jar, each.........v 25c .v Small's Forest Cream Butter, glass jar, each... 35c '_ Apple Butter, tea Garden brand, each 40c COWAN'S COCOA Jlrs. Laurio will.be at.the store for the rojasinder of ircck DEMONSTRATING COWAN'S COCOA You .ire invited to call and try a cup oMWs delicious cocoa and get reclpo boot PHONES 313 and 1513 ...MAILORDERS Wo make a specialty.- of: mail orders. Fill all orders same day as received. THE. FIRM FOR SERVICE JOIMIEUS? Unusual Interference :.With Wireless Comrnunicalibri v- Causes Conjecture B. C. ANGLICAN DIVINE SUGGESTS COUNCIL FOR CHURCH CO-OPERATION YOUK, 3an. hafe ueen unusual intcrrorence witb til's wireless, communication. In America asserted Dr. F. Anderson, chief en ginecr of tho radio corporation .0 America, in discussing.todaj; tuejiiys terlous wireless re cently in London by SJgnor. Mar conl. He scouted the suggestion advanced liy some scientists abroad..that... the signals might have conio from another planet. K any-disturbance existed, ac- cording to Dr. Anderson, .it purely erreslial. "Tho supposed signals, iWliicu aro probably are pro- luced by sonic spark station, jeing hoard ot a mUnarlly hccauso of the clearness of ho atmosphere and the., absence of .tatio. The tact that the ignnls are partly decipherable, bears mt my stated on. Baby Loves It banl to firing op t baby witboiit MENNTvN'S TAI-CUM POWDER, It TellevM and ecols' hU tender ikin. It him "comfr" anil Be iBre Ifi MEXNEN'3 you Inoir .rureT uniUrr and ttie. ywnMEKSEN'8 hu feea tbc friend. TflLCUfl POUTARS at'-'- VANCOTIVBR, D. C., Jnn. Canadian creation of a provincial council made up of duly elected .representatives of-the Chris- tian ichui'clies, as a'lncars to promoto co-opera'tlon and co-ordination "in the' work ol ediiciiting tho people in Chrlstir.-n citizenEhiii. urged by ArchhlBhop Duvorr.et in his address at tho opening of Uio provincial syn- od ol tho Anglican Church in British Co'-umbln, hero today. ESTHONFA AVILL SIGN I'EACE WITH SOVIET RUSSIA A Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Up rCTnrrTr U WOB- or quick and clicavly nunl ITcro is a home-made syrsin whicli mil- lions of Tiavc found io lw tho znosfdciicudablB iiK'ana of up It is chcnp anil Riniplo, bill very prompt in action. Under its hialtojr, soo'Jiinij inlliiencc. chest eorc- nnss.goea, loosens, be- comea cnsicrt ticklinp in thro.it -ilopa yoti Ret a 'niuhrs sleep. The ihroat and cheat ate con- nuRfcd by it in 2-i hoitra or lesa. Nothing better for hroncliitiss crouo, thront tickir, bronchial aalhraa or win- tor coughs. To make tills eplfindid aymp, pour '1% ounces of I'Jncx (50 cenU into a 10-of Loltlo and fill flic hotllc with plain granulated flnd sliakc If you prefer, use clnrificd moUsscs, honey, or corn syrupj instead of siixnr Kitbcr you Ret 10 family Inuch better cOTtgli syrup than YOU could biiv rcnuy-msdo for Keeps perfectly a.nd .children lovo Its plefliant laitc, Piiicx is a and MgMy conccn- tralcd compound of genuine .Norway oitract, rna world over for its proiript cffcit upou'lfac nicm- LONDON, Jan. ptace treaty between Efthonia and the Soviet Russian government Tc to be signed according to a Riga dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company. The according to these advices, pro- yid.ss that EsthonTa shall receive roubles In gold, con- cessions for the construction of a railroad .from Reval to Moscow, materials for building the line and 300 locomotives. SIX CENT FARE GOES IN WINNIPEG Jan. Canad ian citizens wll confinno for at least' eighteen months to pay six cout street car fare. Even 1C the city is in tlic action Io obtain an Injunction restraining the' Winnipeg Bloctric Railway com pflny from concctlns six cent fares the injunction will not become oper n'.ivo for inuny months- This was slat rrl by Jfr. .lusllce Curran today, who said lie would not Interfere with the present, ralo until time had been giv- en to enable the company to carry the case lo (he hfeli courts. It "la inlimal ed that tho case will finally be car ried by either side to tho privy coun NO NEED TO WORRY ABOUT THE 'FLU Jan. two deaths resulted from the influenza yesterday, Dr. Boucher, medical health officer, flmt thcro need be no nlnrm as tbero was nothiiiK to iadl calo lhat epidemic was developing fcora ''1 HUNTING AUSTRIAN BRIGANDS TKIBST13, {ho Iftst years of the wari tloadrLtirB organized thoniselvcs- into ot in the mountains. A strong contingent, mostly Croats and Slov- enes, occupied tho la Irian iiipuiilalns, wherp over since Iinnt- od by Italian soldiers.'' Several-1 en- counters have occurred, with casual- ties on both sides. TO DYE CLOTHES Dyes" Turn Kadcdi J Old Apparel'into'Nciv I Don't, wony about 'yerfect KO "Diamond giiEiranlced to give ft fadeless iiblor Co nny fabric, wliether.it hc ivool, silt, linen, cptlpn.pr cov- erings. -j The Direction Bopt: wiih ogOi tolls so-plahily- to dyC over any color' lliat: you vcan iioS -a niialake. V i U to any gist Coldl Card.-rAdvertiscnient. THURS, FRI. SAT. C YCLAMEN IN OUR STORE AT HALF-PRICE SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY An Opportunity for Lovers of Flowers... The Terrill Floral Co. 6O4 3rd Ave. S. ;