Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
7. V PERSONAL be will the irlug Courts. I'nlvtfsify ot Albcrt-a Av9. S.. laM to cek-lirate with their host anil oil t'-ib tun-aslc-ii of their crystal anniversary. Mr. 1. llavrileq, r.iio lias brtu al- 'nd'ug the retail merchants' ..on In .Mtdlclno Hat Ibis nci'k. was rs f I! Norton Mrs C. S. t'roit elected honorary of. that or- junction. Mr. and "Sirs. Fred .Sip'wd ami Htllc dauchler. Alice, of are in he city for o couple or weeks vlslllng renewing acquaintances IL tlio clly. They accompanied iiy Mr. Sharland, also of Kam- loopt. >j .inj Mrs! A. Haley, 'ul Conldale. rived In city tills nomine on their way home Irura lied Deer, where ihoy have been In allendirice at the niaol- Inc of the Ursnil Chapter of Alberla, (I.K.S.. of which Mrr. -Norton Is-re llring Grand Worthy Matron. Mr. and MrF r'itzulmliluiis, o! I'.lalr-. more, are tlif weekend "t Scon. Miss falrhrollltr .If Mis. John Tailor hnmc. k..... Hie. lier .Miss ThcliiiB Aic. S.. whu a fllcW tllon the beslnnl.iig.of (lie .week, Js n'jlc to I'tt. II. II. Cronkli'.le reached the city Iroin overseas Ihte morning and It 'visiting at the home of Mrs. IVnl. l.ieut. Whitman, ct Hie liSlli Hat- tory, recently relumoil from overeoas. ton.lEht for Edmonton, where Amid a bower ot ferns and red roses four tables of five hundred weie play- til, Hie luinors Bollix lo Mr. anil Mrs. C. 11. lloyd. am' ilio Coin-. lLo cungolaliou lo A raid plrc and her Mr. Itobl. and ubly responded lo J. ,S. SldWilrt. ifave count Great Urmia ind her allies tocher to the great wur. A sold v.as rer.dered by Mr. Stutt. one of our returned men. The loaU'.lo 'our taMa heroes Mr- propciac'I "Our Sol- caylug that a clean, msnly lot of men had gone out from our nildRl to serve King and country aud felt snfe in saying Ihii 25 ther came back they would stand [or all tual was brpl in llie cburcli :ire coinuiull- ily. Messrs. Soady. Siott and Andrew spoke In llltlnx ternii for their com- rado loldiers, lliartir.t Ihe people for ibe welcome extended Ibera on tliftlr return (ronj overifeaf. Mr. tjor- dcii JlosB and'Mr. Urme tyoke for the niEht lunch was sen-ed ill the lali ond ei'joyalle evening brouibl Ib "a" close will! nllHc. and i low dam.es. Mi-3. P. I-.. NaUm'.lil cntertaliied HI a atlcatlejl very tDjoyablu tea Tye'silny afternoon in honor of I Mrs. 'Law relief .Vaiamllh. of Shaun- church, Impretslnr tht that Mr and Mrs. Kleljbill! and Mlfs Mof. In Ihc i-itv fail, of Clartsholm, were P. Kenny. guesti.al norap ot avon. The erounds aiid the house looked beauil- artistic-ally dccoraitd -iVilh snap ilrtRon and pop- ples, yellow and white being Ibe color schr-mci throughout. Mrs. Cam- -Mrr. UiTld JlcCric; liiolntr of Hie late LteuL-Col. John McCrae, auliior ano of "'In has been ml'do Guelpn' I'rrtbrleflil M. o 7 o i of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. llriR poured lea ml Ihe Ices. Tbey were aaslsled Dtiiinan: Alclvellandr. 'of Dan: Kileon' Ueunis, Miss ,Helen bridge; Slim" 51aHe Cosle. Mrs. Dells and Vroutnan.-fClilEary last evening, .ivti'n a most enjoyable time vcas had forty guests preeeul. A splendid pro- the cliurch wished lo stand rrady lo] eilj icturr.ci 3en ]u tTery pos- j way, and lo have the j help of'the ioiaier In the v.-orX the' church to do. The tpast .tq .tie ladlcB.was ably .poien. D. Sinltb giving cloguent .trj- jiii'ce of women In the A caneral 'n'rojiam v.-a.i atlerwards (riven to anjaudience thai packed Ibe the Eislrttlo'ris rendered b-in; of the' hlBbesl'Wd'er. The choir eive ci- cellout. numbers. .Tlie ryllowlng save reartlnis; Kalbleen Lindsay, Jorlc 'Smith, Miss Mrs. King: a plano'aucl Long n, music during Hie cvcnjiiB. ENGAGEMENTS k v v v O v 'f 'Mr. and Mrs. N- McLean. 10il6 t'2lst .51.. announce the ciigagumcnl of 'their only, daughter, K.illilceii Mi- Han. Lo James 1I05S. ot Ihl9 cilr, the to lake placu about Ih'u Qnd of the Bulletin. McLean is a BriltlOdaugluer ol Mr. and >lri. Hobl. tills-.cily. Mr. and.3irs: ot1 I -.announce .the engag'cmeni; ,hclr youngest daughter, MariaQ' He lo: Mr. Richard Morrl Hogers, also o? 'Lethbri'lge, riage.to-iaSc place al Sl'i Pafrick' church at'10 a.m. Mar- Mrs. g: a plano'aucl Long and Siill! solo' by Mr. Sto'.t: solo by Mrs. 'J. fflo by Miss brook; solo by Jatiei Mcllvcnu. United ciixirch CDntributcd a arte number o[ men lo lliu war, one j peaker during, tlie evening Jlat'nti ml Ire nad II on the authority from I hurcli' headquarters in Toronto ihat lis churcli- contributed tbc.larECal men In provorllon to mem- ership ot .any church in Canada. WEDpiNCSJ REPORT FOB GALT v FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1919 WRY ONE OF US We Are At Full of Deadly Poiwu At A Germ Laboratory, AUTO-INTOXICATION OR SELF-POISONING AbuluUly Tkli Condition. Tht cause of pour health i? our nejlecl of the bowels. Waiie oj alter, of pissing: from itie laww intestine regularly erery diy, is allowed to remain Uiero.geaerjUiny poisons winch are absorbed by Ibe blood. In other uo'rdi, a person nho Is habitually constipated, is poisoning himself. We know nofrlhai Auto- intoxication, due lo DOB-act ion of iLu bowels, is ffrffttly responsible for serious Kidney and DlaJJcrTroublc5; tlml if upsets the Stomach, Indigestion, Losi of Appctile and thai clirunic Ittieuro- alism, Gout, I'ain In The Hack, are relieved as.'connsthe lioirelshecorao regular; ami I hat riraplrj, Hashes, Kctema and other Skin Affections, disappear when "Krull-a-tives11 ftra taken to correct Constipation. "frutt-a-fivu" trill frafett yew against Auto-inloiicaliou became this wonder fui fruit medicine acts directly on all the eliminal ing organs, 50c. A-bor, Gfor ilioVte, 'At all dealers or seat on receipt of price by Fruit-i-tiTeaMmited.OiUwi. Whoever enjoys a perfect cup of deli- cious, find an added pleasure in a cup of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In 1 xnd 2 pound tins. ilio fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk. CHASE A: SANBORN. MONTREAL. Mrs. AVR Willing Astor, niqtber of VincenL Aator and first jyifp of Hose YouTl Take Pride In 1 I 'HE effulgence; and the grace ol HoleprooE Hosiery. challenge insbint edmirBtion wherevci it 'equalled wearing quality IB a iettled fact.' Mfn and vomen'-Svho know -ihe dilTerence between .triis pure-dyed tioaiery and adulterated hose insist on the gcnuineHoleprooF. To escape imitations look fo'r tha IraJe-mark "Holepioof you go to.buy. Mrnrt, 5fc per pair anj TSc per pair and wp V HOLEPROOF HOSIERY COMPANY OF CANADA, London, Or.1 (10171 Xumier of in ilie hos- pital hoginirnK of month..... durinj; monlr. N'unih'cr. of 'palicnis discharged during the ihorilh Death's 'during the month Number of patients in the pitai at end of month Burins, month... 32 Highest'number during month.. 44 average during month----37.3 Number 'of. hospital da'ys for pri- vate'pallenls'" Number''ol hospital days lor ward, patients (paying) 709 Number of hospital days for ward patients Total number of'days during Ilie _ 111 Numljqr'ol ope'ra'tibns under gen- eral'nnaeslh'csU Number of operations under local or no-anaesthesia 20 Number of. patients freafcd in out- door "-1 Number of "dressings and treat- menu in outdoor department 5 The. hospital "wishes lo.'ack'nov.-ledEe received during lie month: 22 books. Mrs: G. II. Harmbji; magazines, T.U-'.' 8." dozenVcarnallons, Frajche_ I.' '_ (Sgd.l McCI.ARTY. f. I-i dy Sup I.. FISHER AS BRITISH AMBASSADOR TO U. S. June (Canad, ian -Associated The under a double head today foreshadows the appointment ot Herbert A. Fisher, president ot the board ot education, as British am- bassador al Washington. ef v v iwuui Biniuic. i I '11 Lord old lype of nobility, thousand, of 'llie Huchhouiiils from 1892 until---1896> and before1 that.. Lord-in-w_allins .ip Lbc King. He is Co years'ol extremely.distinguished His firsl eight, years CONTROL OTTAWA. June" Ual- ago, was Ihe-'diuBlilcr of Sir Charles tied to-own a Ilritish.shlp or lo for- TennanL Spoiled Cakes Cost Money Flour, 'eggs, milk, butter and sugar are high in .price. A spoiled cake or batch of bis- cuits costs'money. To make sure of baking success .use strong, doable-acting Standard (lours nscd the of Egg-O to make a light linking. Egg-0-ha3 twojactioni. .'.It rises mixing bowl.when cold watcf o'f'millc'is'ndded and continues to rise'in-, the heat of Ihe.oven, thus .toil can uecr-swcet. milk, sour miHtK fJiilferrrillk' or rtatef with different and better baking powder, CHURCHES AND. SOCIETIES', The Art NEedlework Club will ilieel t the home of Mrs. Livingstone, norlh f Ihc C.P.H.- Irach, on Monday.aftcr- of marine and fish- eries.'has given notice ol a resolution declaring the necessity of enacting thnl a transfer or a mortgage or. mort- gage transfer ol a British ship regis IcrecJ-iB Canada to ft person not duali- clgn controlled company shall not have any effect, unless the same approved' by ol marine and flshories on belialt of His Majesty. oon at 3 o'clock. Si. to r-ilsc (15.000 o'f the street raJlWajr "system; The (i. I. A. will meet at the home t Mrs. James Wallivork, CIS 5tli SI. S., on Monday afternoon al 2.30. r The Local Council of Women arc oldlng tlielr "birthday lea" al the lorac ot Mrs..G.AV. Iloblitson, Stli St., S-. Wcdneeday. June llln. at -1 A special feature of this (en s thai lite men of the city are in- vited to attend. As it Is rv weekly halrhollday. it is hoped that a large lumber will be prfischL CHURCH WELCOMES BACK RETURNED SOLDIERS ,-j. r. f, ff f, will' be nuhh.' Records hept of lolere thtt Is Inj. ''J Milk It's sort of milk that is safe for family use during the heated period. It if pasteurized and clarified. It's the sort of milk lhal you can, with children, y Delivered daily to your door by, attentive, courteous wag-. i U Limited PHONE 1576.