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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY. 31, 1920' THE LKTWrJRlxiE DAILY HHRALli 'fected by streamers and numerous pot- ff plants. Large programs designed PERSONAL Miss Mirlon Stollz, Miss Doris Coco, Mints 'Juliet and Rllzabeth Lord adorned the walls and added I greatly to the silety of the scene. Tho A. Bienner-Hasselt o( Tibw furnished thoroughly sat- is progressing nicely after. his opori- lstvlnr thfl being most gen tlrn in the Van Haarlem Slrs-.G. NoWo left yestonUy to erous In- Ihelr iin. .Vlctorli ifansions, join her husband In'residence in Re- a' large number of friends' [dyr'n? Uj8., yeatordsy after- to Mn. Huuiuy of Mr and Mrs. Armljage. who Is at present her couples'1 aUofided ai. the'Cryilal Lati last learllly congratulated upon the splcn- r" lid inanner In which Ihe comfort of :.lj.n ,wa.! he Euesls was lookcid after. The ras most elaborately decoraled with sandwiches _ lime iko he wu3 heard lo he.let holS d in charge of arrangt heartily congratulated upon tho 'splen- did thi blue and white streamers, the v. trollera being shaded in rose draperies. Jlany pretty gowns atldcd to the beauty ot tho seltliig. V AM guests agreed that the cabaret dance given last evening in the K. ot F. Halt was decidedly the' most the series (o be given mi tier .'W.; Wr.1 ue he.ter .IL! Jhp flno -uPPortAtbe -oj .il district makes s. P. Lund entcrU'nefl a numbn s e seres o e gven uner m. the directorship of Oapt. C. R. Coca. of Thursday evening in Tho hall, which had been artlstlcall to Mrs. Nob o who left yes decorated for the occasion presented an eitrcmely gay appearance, tho green and color ptl BOROTCb TflLCUM "sidonco in Iteglna musical evening was en intj-Terrcsbjnen served CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES f "Real Tea" Tho Lethbrlclrd Choral. Clnb'wi meet home of Mrs. Heath, o Monday evening for a anil a social hour afterward. All mem -fbera are asked to: be present. mf In order that the children about not miss the beautiful .cantata, Quee Esther to'be presented at-the Unite church on Thursday, arrangements ar being made to'admit them to. the fn drcss.rehearsarto on "Wet nesday evening at 8 o'clock At th small feo of ten conts. Tho Art Needlework Clnb w! mcpt Mpiidajvafterrioon r.t the hpm of O. Sfb'Ave. S The nrst meeting for the organiza Min of "flrowntos" was hold ycstc day. There was -a large an cnthusl.istic attendance, and is Hoped It will'bo a'eiiccess. Mr: James Cook la in charge. Tho rcgula The Flavor is distinctly Agreeable, and the Strength Abundant. B573 An Everyday within the reach of allj Sealed Packets Only By Grocers Everywhere BEGONE, DULL CARfig IS WITH US! AT THE CONCERT TO BE GIVEN On Tuesday, February IO (n the WESLEY CHUROH, under the auspices of tha Church, will .nppear FAMOUS. ENGLISH MUSICJAN........, RefineH Ijiumor Good Music ASSISTED by MR. JOHN BOWMAN, SOLO VIOLINIST Adults 51.08 each; Childreif (under BUY YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE PROCEEDS IN AID OF WESLEY CHURCH MEMORIAL PIPE ORQAN. FREDERICK J. DARCH Late Supremo Secretary of the In- dependent Older ot Foresters. died suddenly ot heart failure at his apartments in Toronto. meeting day Wednesday it a quarter past four. Any girls be- ihe ages of S.and are T C- CANAal'AN'WEDs; V s., CHINESEiS'lNGER P.: M'acDiSriald, young clerk in MojJalJaiimuico office. Tho ceremony -was performed by the Rev. It. M. Ross, ot Fort Masses' Presbyterian church at the Acadian Hotel, In the presence of other vaudeville artists performing at tho Strand. They had only been acquainted 4S hours.. The bride, who is a Chinese; artel, claims that she was at'a. school for young ladles' Corn England. GREEK PRINCE AND WEALTHY AMERICAN TO BE MARRIED TODAY GENEVA, Jan. .Mrs. William B. Leeds, who will te married today fo Prince Christopher, of Greece, arrived hero last night from Montreuz, ac- companleil only by Dowager Queen Olga, of Greece. She was soon follow- ed by Prince Christopher and his aide- de-camp, Captain Stocker, who said tho Swiss civil marriage to be per: formed today wr.s only a formality as both Mrs. Leeds and 'Prince Chris- topher were members of the Greek Orthodox church. He .declared the real ceremony, would be conducted at Montreux on Sunday, according to the rites of (he1 Greek church. Former King Constantino and Queen Sophia of Greece, were not Invited to the) wedding. Mrs. Leeds is tho widow of the American tluplatc magnate. VOTES FOR WOMEN IN QUEBEC Jan. bill for tho enfrnnchisement of the women of Quebec with regard to tho provincial vote will come before tho lesislalivc assembly early next week. The bill, which has been introduced into the losyer house at Quebec by G. Ashby, liie'-member for Lachlnc, has oiposed -a curious stale of affairs. By federal law' the women of Quebec with proper qualifications are entitled to a yqle in Dominion elections. But the federal voting lists are based on the. provincial, lists, .and for Quebec wohieirthere.Is'fto.'sucli if n- federal Election this year, .the worn- although cndiicd lo a WitJ-flOidebarred becnuBii of Uic bf ft proper Kst.' x.-Thd citizensjilp committee of The BettCough Syrup iM Home-made. SM.VMT HHJ- nate dnj ret hato Ihr hert rcmtrlj- joa IchnJ, Jipflnl of this well- Known convli at '71 lit Imvt you cver u'scil ilo, you umlcratnnd why the world over, uld Iiardly kocp house you __ feel that they________.. ____ without U. It's simple and chcaii, hut the wfty it lakes hohl of n will fiuickiy' earn it a permanent pJaco hi your uofflc1. Into a 16-07. bottle, pour ounces of Tincx (50 then acid plain granulated Rnenr syrup lo fill up i the holllc. Or, if dcsirttl, uao cl.irificd molasses, honey, or corn ayniji instead of Biignr ajrup, Either way, H-tastes pood, spoils, ami gives you 18 of better coupii rcmeilv th'an you could bnyrencly-made for H is really wonderful how qukWy iliia hotne-madc remedy conmiers a in 21 or Icaa. It seems riGnrlrats every BIT passive. A.ury, or tJii li't'ill) (lie Tim DCS. ana jrivc's tiiniosc tmircuiAie re-: lief. Splendid for ihroat tickle. hoaraC- .nci's, .Uonchitia: am! bronchial RSlhma, '.PJnc-'s 13 com- pound of- find Veil used for ccncration.i foi' throat and dies I ftilmcnla. "To ft void disappoint men fc your, for ounces of Fincx" with, dfrrctiona, anrl don't accent nnylhinj; else. Ou.iranfeert to elvn absolute faction or monfiy The 1'inos' Co., Toronto, 0-it, C HOP L CHI R EN ENTER OUR BIG 250th ANNIVERSARY ESSAY IN YOUR REPLIES TO ONE OF OUR STORES BEFORE FEBRUARY ZOti, 1920. 1 L. _ One Hundred and Twenty-six Prizes To be awarded for she best essays on "A SHORT HISTORY OF THE HUDSON'S BAY' COMPANY SIXTY-THREE PRIZES IN EACH GRADE-Junior and Senior. Hfl fll1 Rtted Bicycle with Spotligkt, etc. I U.UU, Ul Gramophone k Marconi Wirdesi Receimfc Set TiyeMl FivePiiiof .22 Wincherter Repeating Rifle Folding Camen T Complete Carpenter's Set, Took, etc. Dressed DoB v I FUVmg Outfit, Rod, Reel, Basket VV> Fifty Prixes of a Beautifully Engrayed Certiiicate of Good Work I NOTICE! If you do any'of the prim mentioned above, obtain for you. If poitlblc, the article corresponding to-the value of the'pric you have' won. All will issued In future of certlflcatet which will bi honored by the Company when presented.'at1 of our.storei In Alberta. READ THESE RULES CAREFULLY I. Tae.comr.etf.lon is open to all members of public and priTate echoolfi in tha ProTlnce of: Atberta up to iho 'age of 15 years. Members of and unlTers- itles are barred. Essays, when bo graded into TWO CPASSBS. JUNIOH ami Junior Grado KU1 co.ver replies received from: children up to and Including tiio age of 11 (Senior Grado from 12-to H years Incluslre. Prizes of tfib Talue and will bs awarded each -THEHB WILL, NO BETWIJCEH :.THS TWO .'-GRADES. ;-2. tlio'essay will be History ot the Hiiuson's'Bay coreiinjE-.tii'o' whole of Its life up to tha present'day. 3. Essays arc to consist of not mofoiiiih or less than words. 4. Eieh attach to bisVor; her reply a osr- IIJB or her tho com- petitor's age, the school class of which tho Competitor is a [g] rgr 1 5. will be wriUen In Uio competitor's own hand- writing, and will be judged lor neatness, spoiling, hand- writing, composition, and accuracy as to statements. S. Competitors will forward their essays .in' envelopes .addressed loy'Tha Manager, .The Hudson's Bay Com- at the sioro'ncarost where" they are' residing. t-jforo February 20lh, 1920. Envelopes will ba marked distinctly "School Children's Competition." 7. Judgins will take place it Calgary. The' judsea' names will be announced later. 8. The winners of all prizes will be announced in ttis paper (rn'Mar.-'Srt; 1920. 9. The first each grade will be presented to successful competitor by .the Governor of the Company, Sir Robert Kindersley. If tho successful competitor does not reside in .a city .thajL the Governor, will visit, ths Company will pay all'necessary to enable the winner to coriie into the presence ot the Governor for thft presentation.' GRAEilES JUNIOR AND SENIOR EACH GRADE A SEPARATE COMPETITION Hudson's fiay (Tompany ilon treat Women's Club, tin tier tlio onvenbrship of Mrs. Jolin ScoLl atid Mrs. W. G. McNaughlon, is tho'nctivo nit ivhich has brought this matter nlo'tho limeKght Mrs, John St-ott stated this morning hut marricil women In the of Quebec, -who were separate us to had municipal vole in hat city since IS5L KOLCHAK IN JAIL AT IRKUTSK VLADIVOSTOK, Jan. Teligrapli', Admiral Kolchsk. and Premier Peppellayev, of the all-Russian government, are Impritoned 'In Irkutsk and whit their fete will be If not known. General Semen- off, commander forces In the Far East, ,communicated with the allied In- slrtlnj upon energetic mtaturtt for liberating Admiral Kolchak, A baby 'was hane'ed at Now York by a napkin attached lo his high chair wlilch became entangled find chokod him to death. PLEBISCITE RESOLUTION PASSES 9ASK. HOUSE nEOINA, Sask., resolution of Hon. W. p. A. Turgcon asking the assembly to petition the Dominion gov- ernment to hold n plebiscite on the prohibition (tuestlon, car- ried without n dissenting voice Iii tho Icglslnlufe today, After a'dobalo In which many speak- ers took pan; rraclically all favored the resollflion but fiijmo made reservations regard' ing the 'new temperance act, which1 although 'connected In d' vr.ny 'with the moluMon bns net yet received Its second rsjndlng nnrl It sePma probable that Ihoro will he eonsldorable discussion In regardito'the de- tails of tbo act later. WAS ASSASSINATED SOFIA, Jnn. Takoff, forraar minister of public works and minister of tha interior lu the Mallnoff cabinet of 1918, WM assassinated at Pcsccra, near Phlllppopolls, on'jp.nuary 24. The assassin is described as a young fan- atic. HOOVER'S NAME ON DEMOCRATIC BALLOT LAXSIXO, Mich., Jan. 30.-r-Plnns to place the 'name 'of Herbert the Democratic ballot of the pre.slden- tlat preference priniarles, rotelved by, the secretary of morning. The petitions lacked'ihelrc- qulred 100 signatures, but It vMa-in- dicated addlUona; aignatures would follow. H is stated by a woman jihystolAn lhat of the children in London ;'wfvom she has attended Iwciitr-flvo per cent. VKSLT amulets' or channs 'under their clothing. AN ENGLISH ROMANCE Tho friendship which developed dur. Ing the pennant Inquiry In lyondon be- Iwtou Colonel Janson and Miss Olubb to by counsel An gal- !lant litllo rlporoJ into jlovc. and they are now engaged. Tho wedding was fixed for December 30, i hut postponed owing to Miss O'ubb's Illness. The happy couple are pictured above. POF1TUOAL PLANS TO RATIFY TREATY USUON, Jan. bill to npprovn Ihc poaco: treaty wllh (Jonnany and Iho. of Torlugal to re- Oermaii property ns Indemnity for war was presented by tlio forelgiv minister to Ihe Chamber of Deputies. The clmmber appiovod r. bill dcal- IMR with tho. colonial, administration for reslvlc.lioii wilhin narrower limits of Iho of commissioners. IS GOOD for luncheon Dinner Sapper Any time that _ any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity and high quality. We Imve been making chocolate and cocoa for nearly 140years% y. WALTER BAKER CQ.tfd. DORCMESTEii ;