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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1920 IVMf.Y PERSONAL During his stay in 'this city ROT. B. Caswell ot Toronto was al the home ot Mr. Mrs. J. D. Fane of Ktfmo'nton who dime to Hie city to 'attend the funeral of her imtthor, Mrs. flatf, and who !IM sl.u-3 be.e-j staying with her ihb Slarnca, returned to her Uomef last bight, pita) will to pleazofl to learn that he It issjilas nroerc'S, MM. D. W. Foley of Idaho Kails Is visiting her mother, Mrs, Josephine of New Dayton. SOCIAL EVENTS The .festive season, St. Valentine's Day, lenits Itself so splendidly for'sac- Inl functions o! 'all kinds, not only be- cause It comes so shortly before lent, but because o! the delightful decora .M. II. Manby has relumed to the: tlve'sch'eihes which may be used. This city from Toronto where1 he attended i year, inore than previous years, this tin national con von j is being looked for- N- many social func- 1 tloUB'b'av.e been plinnej. One which will b.e noy'doubtvfcikVd on with keen (anticipation is the balllto be given In the K. of tbii 'stkokokl Chap- tor, I. Oi D. B.', ou tho night Feb. W. J. Nelsttuhas 'returned, to the Tbls'-'chapter'HaS.-.held many city after attending the natlOMal con- successful, during'the'past, and Mrs.- O.. H.'.Yiflcs Is entertaining as her Uurn'Elde of Aniherfitbiirg; 'Ontario. vcnllon ot tho Y. M.C.A.'in-Toronto. V'V Mrs. A. Qulgloy .of Edmoritou, who lias spent a month in Lethbrltlgo, has returned homo yesterday accompanied engaged and altogether it is ant liy her brother, P. B. Parker, "of Sis- cd the evcnlng'yrlU'.'lie one of ur aeton. South DaSota. flotli were call It Is expected. IhlBjcyent ivlll if not surpass, rti'iy. jireYlous effort. The Cannoneers Jatz for Its teen ntlclpat enjoyment ".'rickets may be soo- eel here by ihe curious illness of their urcd from members or the chanter. brother, P. 'A; Parlor, in Halt Hospital, condition la greatly improved. J. U. Palmer left last night oil a business trip to Chicago. 1'ersous desiring tickets for the car- caret dance being given tomorrow evening are advised to sec- ure s'ume Immediately as no orders will ho filled after tonight. Complete I era of same are expecting to have an evening wiin enjoyment. Jlembers of tha Wiilari U. to enjoy a social evening at home ot .Mrs. Uoldle, 033 tit. 0 fiiirta, tomorrow, Friday, wlla-alrs. A. R Uumniuls; o! Vancouver, who U now VUUlug' in the city, as gueit ol honor. Ail members nro to present. The announcement ot the early ap- pearance la this city ol Leslie tiros- smith, celebrated musical artist, is causing a wave of profund and joyful expectation. U Is an announcement' full of protulee for all music lovers as. I Mr. Urossinlth U au artist ot out-) standing merit In his exposition of j the art of Mr. Orossmlth-will I 06 assisted by .Mr. Jv'tta Bovutu, Eolo J Tlollnlst, conceded-to be-au-J rtlst of exceptional ability. Their j prograDi Includes many and various selections and (jkcir appearance- In j Wesley church oji Tuesday evening, I February lOlh, an evening of wholesome and artistic entertain- ment Tickets may be secured from members of Wesley church choir. Receipts are In aid of the Wesley church memorial organ fund. The four 111 whist drive ol tho series io be filven this season by members of tho Sons of Kngland was held last evening In 0. 0. F. hall and claimed the usual. enthusiastic a'irf- Unce. Tho attractive prizes offered were awarded ?.a follows: Ladles' Isf, Mrs. C. Harris; 2nd, Mrs. G. Jones. Gentleman's 1st, .Mr.'A.'Cant', 2nd; Jlr. Fred. Hidden iittmber prizes were awarded in place of consolation, the lucky 'winners being Mrs. E. h'auncil and Mr. W. McArthur. The serving of dainty refreshments con- cluded a happy evening's rncnt entertaln- Mrs. Maude Homer, superintendent of Gait Hospital, announces that a meeting of held at the hospital cm Monday afternoon neit at four o'clock ivUh a woman's auxiliary or ladles1 aid In conne'ctlou with ,tho ganlzatlon.of'this kind Is'a Tvonderful assistance, and Inspiration to any--In- The many friends of Mr. Thomas i ar-angemenU havu been made for Ilia present Tlme'daH O. Turner who recently underwent: Bamo attractive prograramo which has Hospital would benefit Krca'tly fcv'such un operation In tho Van Haarlem Dan'tWaitto Be every other affair held under the management .of Capt C. R. Cocq and U is expected tbe danco will be ono of cxcollcnco and complete en- The large sr.itDrfng "of and tlielr friends who listened to Her. A-. ft. Deuoon's Bplendld and profitable address on "Tho Book ot Books" In the "V" auditorium yostcrda'y after- noon received fresh inspiration for begins to flap, or sour stomach and a coated tongue warn you, take CARTER'S Llllle Liver A Pills end the trouble will co-opDra.tlon. It Is "sincerely hbped-'a large and'representatlve attendante'df IndKjs i attend -this Initial meeting and assist. In-' the -or- ganization of_snch a society. Any. Ef- fort 'jhat'wlll tend to Increase the'ken- eral emdency of this commendable' and deriiaiide the un'tir- fug support of every cilli'-en? l CARTER Good for man, woman and child.' For your health's take stick to this .old, tried and true remedy. Purely vegetable. Small Price' DR. C AUTOCS HtON PiLIS, Nature-i gieat nerve and blood tonic for AaraU, HheaautUia, NcrawMU, peaker the needs of the Mrs. G.' Kaupp of New Dayton was the hostess of-a delightful parly last Friday evening, when she entertained number of friends In courtesy to Mr. il W. Scott and Cletus Vfho.lhat people all down Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcam Stomach and Liver Trouble Once tile ilver fails to tillcf the poisonous blia from the blood, there is a clogging up ami nolsanin; of the wholo system.which causes many trou- bles (o arise. Therefore, upon tho liv- er, more than any other organ of the Wxly, depends.the general health. CRrelessnras and neglect, and often- times wilful disregard of nature's laws will put the system out of sorts. Tim bbwolr, become constipated, the liver iaactlvo and the stomach upset. To bring (lie system back to Us normal stalo, you shoukl take Mllburn's Laxa- fjfvcr 1'ills. They liven up the liver, Ket Iho bowels back to their proper condition and tone up the stomach. U Caehttt, Enchant, Alia., hava used JIHburn's Laxa- .Mm Tilts and havo found them good for both stomech nntl liver troubles. Kliavo told otlKTE about your valuable rnodlclns nnd they Imve used them "Tliny oro also good for headache." Millinrii's baxa-ljiver Pills aro a; vial at all dealers or mallei! direct receipt of price by The T. Mllhuru Co., Iiluilteri, Toronto _ ._. ____ through tlio. ages rat] has the Bible. Itead It' Intelligently" with all the searchlight of science, philosophy, etc., and it remains the same all com- forting and satisfying book to the see that the Bible tab read to the child in the :home. hearty vote of thanks had tendered the speak- er, lea was served by the hospitality 1 committee. I Tha Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I: i 0. D. E. are completing arrangements for tho afternoon bridge and musical i which they are holding on Saturday, February 7th. Those wishing to re- serve tables for the bridge kindly phone Miss Pcnuefather, phone 1517. The lea given at the homo ot Mrs. .1. Ilufner, 635. I Hh. Street soiith yea'-, terday by Mrs. Hufncr and Mrs. (Dr.) Rivers In. benefit; of the Indies''Aid of Wesley church, V.IB aflccfrted Success both socially and financially, The reception rooms were thronged .with guests throughout the afternoon and ft substantial sum was realized through Iho silver collection taken for the swelling oE the aid's funds.. Mrs, Mrs. Rivera aiid Mrs.' the. guests while tho tea table was presided over by lira. John Livingston and .Mrs. Robert Liv- ingston who were assisted In serving by Mrs. Carlwrlght, Miss Llvlngslon, Miss L. Schweitzer and Miss Albert! Ilufner. day celebrated the anniversary of their birthday.1 The ej'enlng. was- devoted to the enjoyment of games, music and dancing.' Delicious -'refresliments served by Mra. Kaupp and many. CANADIAN SETS APPOINTMENT Dpuglus W. manager o! tho Toronto'Municipal Abattoir who has Improved Chilling Traasnori id Tha com- pany has large interrzts In Ihe :ints. They havw an Improved process whereby (her chili auJ preserve meat with a. patent process without being Jrozeu, and an Able to place meat ou the market In fresh condition. ERZBERGER'8 CONDITION IS VRRY SERIOUS BERLIN, 'Jim.' condit- Ion of Mathlss Eribcrger Is very aecordinp to the Lokal Anileger. jCardln'e troubles have developed, accompanied by violent INFLUENZA SPREAD WASHINGTON, Jan. Steady spread ot Influenza over the country wr.s Indicated I- by reports to tbe health ser- ff vice today from stato and city health officers. No marked in- crease in any particular local- ity, Uowever, was noted. EXCITEMENT-OVER DISCOVERY OF OIL Jan. There Is niuch'excitement In thll neighborhood following the discov- a ttrang flow of si! and on the farm of Ben Doran, near here. Many> are here trying to iecure options, as it Is thought that'these natural pro- ducts will be found in paying quan- 'tltier CANADIAN MONEY AT 10J4 'DISCOUNT IN U. S. NHW- YORK. .Jan. money ;was quoted here this morning at 1034 per premium. Yester- day's q'uotalloo'i.was FRENCH APPEAR FAVORABLE TO DEPUTtES', SALARY BOOST wcrp for future wishes CHURCHRS.AND SOCIETIES fr A reception, card party.-aiid'.daiico was held at NoblefOrd last evening In honor of Mr. Kllpatrlck, manager of tho .Morchants'Dank thero, who will shortly leave tor Calgary. After a I short programme of well rendered solos by Miss V. Benson and Mr. Wakely and an amusing stump speech by Mr. Tyler, and numbers by tho or- ctiCslra, a presontallon vraa made to j Mr. and Mrs. Kilpatrlck of ft beauti- fully engraved silver tea service. Ap- preciation of Mr. Kllpatrick's service in tho community was expressed and tho general regret of thoao present waa evident at his departure, for his i new field. Friends from liaronj, Mnclcod and Lelhbridgo were present for the occas; loo. The staff of the Western Canada Hardware Company, Limited, aro giv- ing au Informal dance' In Harper's Hall on Friday evening, January 30tb. Invitations havo boea Issued nnd hold- OXO CUBRS pure n4 foMlloai, Hzocllx, ol far tit o< tM uitntt jtn (t. The annual -meeting of Local Council of-Wome'n'wlll 'be the Y. M. A. on-Friday at 4 p.m. when affiliated societies and convenors will present their Aa officers for the coming year wllUtae elected it is desirous that each society Instruct Its delegates how to vote. All women ot the city are Invited to be present, A apodal meeting of the Major Jack Ross Chapter, I. O. D. B. will ba.held at the homo of Mrs. EcVeber, oil Sat- urday afternoon at tour o'clock and tho attendance of every member of the chapter Is urged. The mnslc department of the Malh- esis chin meeis at tho home of Mrs. It. W. L.' J. Forater, Sth Street, next Thursday evening, Feb. oth, at eight o'clock. Dominion Rebekah lodge No. 41 will hold a special meeting tonight in the 1. 0. 0. F. hall at 8 p.m. for Iho pur- pose of conferring thp degree. 'All members are requested to be present. Visiting slstan and brothers welcome. All girls between the ages of 8 to 11 years that nro interested in the organization of the will meet In tho St. Cyprian's parish hall Friday at a quarter past four. This organization of Brownlea will he mn under the same order as tlio Girl Guides and when members reach'llio age llmll, Ihey will bo promoted Io tho Girl Guides Company. Tho regular meeting of tho SIkoko- toVI chapter I. 0. D.'B. will be held Tuesday-evening, February 3rd In.the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. It Is hoped this will bo a well -attended meeting anr] nil members aro urged to bo prcs- onl as officers will bo elected for the coming year. Members aro reminded all fees have bo paid for tho nejj year beforo they arc 'entitled Io vol'eV The ladles swimming classes will bo hold as usual In tho Y. M.-C. A. to- night. Ladles nro asked Io como pre-' pared to onjoy tho gym. The final meeting ot tho Next-of- Kin Association will bo held In tho; Mooso hall tomorrow evening. nesa will bo conducted at 7.30 o'clock" Every member Is urged to ho present, 4 WEDDINGS COLVILLK--KTEPHKN8 TOUO.VTO, Jan. Hazel Beatrice Chalfan Stephens, daughter of Sir Mwaril and Lady Kemp, was married at SI. Simon's Anglican- church bore yesterday, to Arthur If, Colvillo of Montreal, {on of Mrs. Col; vlllo of Campbellford. Tho bride, whA was unattended, was escorted to altar by her father. After Ihelr moon In Alken, S. C., Mr. and Mriif Colvillo will resWs-'.a Montreal. the salaries o! members of tho French parliament havo- been received quietly} jlji country :ont those who exnc'c'Ujd- ah ot. in dignation have been disappointed. For one .thing, .the' iWilic ac custonied 'to wjUibsVlng the igovern mcin dealing IrTbillions'of francs'"