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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1920 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD -I PACK THIRTEEN You Will Not Find the Right Corset by Casaul Shopping Tlio rifcht covsei or today means correct body proportions ami nn unconscious Kraco that gives no impression of corseiry in tho (inisheJ silhouette. You need tho advice corset to attain this coTC-le-J effect. Our Stock of the World-famed GOSSARD CORSETS is complete and our highly ospert corset service will meet your most exacting needs. Wo recommend aiid guarantee'thesu original front-lacing corsets as tlie lioiople-te expression of modern corsetry. Models tor eligbt, medium und stout figures up to sizes 35. Colors .while and llcsh, plain and brocaded materials at and Silk Frill Petticoats 5.00 Silk.lafietn toils with shot taffeta sill: frill. Very .durable and classy petti- coats, moderately priced. Silk Hosiery 2.25 Black, white and alt col- ors Included at last year's prices. Exceptionally good quality. Extra special Tnl- uo. Middy Smocks 1.90 A special purchase, same as last year's line. White middy cloth with colored cottar, cuffs belt, trimmed with smock- lug anil colored, sUiclung CLARKE CO. 614 3rd Ave. South LETHBRIDGE PERSONAL El! The Store of Quality Groceries evening. As this U the commence- ment of the month. It la hoped that' those children and ladlea will turn out In large numbers. By Rea P. McGce. M.D.. D.D.3. FRACTURED JAWS Usually .when a Jaw is fractured everybody kuows about it. Hut there a good many cases ;i jaw lias been fractured either by a fall, or In boxing, or'hi. football, or in almost any sport, whcrp. Hie patient has never known it, and ic Is only l_Sy an X-ray for some other condition that the 'is discovered rtnd Jl is realized that at somo prov- %ju3 period the jaw has heen broken. Usually n broken Jaw I.- very dttti- vim lo olii In rlace, until it unites. Wliure lie pieces are not properly lield, there will be a fibrous union. Tlii ftbrotis union is n sort a carti- lafiu ii r thistle thai grows across the Ijrnkon sjiot and makes nn extra joint: Tins condition, of course, cripples the jaw so t'-a.t miisdcaifnn is almost Im- possible When n jaw is fractured it is abso- (lutely necessary to get a good body union, so thai the jaw will bo as strong as ever. j During the war there were a great! many cases of fraqtured jaws from gunshot wounds, from explosion and shell rire, falling of airplanes, ami much was learned in regard to bone formation, that was jiot known before, When a jaw lias been injured and remains tender for any length of time, it BlioLiM be very carefully X-rayed to find .out whether or not then- has been fracture. Fractures aT the upper jaw nre more rare than fractures of. the lower, because the upper Jaw is not exposed as is the lower jaw. Tho lower jaw is mora "of a buffer (ban any bone in tho body anti is saved from, breaking by its very wWc movements. Fractures ot the upper' jaw usually heal more quickly than do fractures ot the lower; and nlsu, tbo upper jaw, being sur- rounded liy muscles that tend to put it into place, does not present Ihe difficulty in splinting. Fracture of the upper jaw win cause very severe disfigurement It It la allowed to KO unattended, (Copyrighted, 1920, by toe McClura Newspaper Syndicate.) CONDUCTOR STOPS THEFT OF WHISKEY FROM C. P. It. TRAIN MOOSK JAW, Sask., March The watchfulness of a Canadian Pa- cific railway conductor of an ireight this morning prevented -ivhat is thought to have been an alterant at tbefl ot whiskey. When the train was leaving the city, the conductor v.-ent out to the rear platform of the ca- bnyso and was surprised to see a num- ber of packing cases strewed along the right-of-way. Ho stopped tho train, ex- amined the packing cases and after being satisfied they were part of a shipment in one car of his train'he communicated with the C. P. H. and city police here. Altogether 11 cases of whiskey had been thrown from tho train. So far no arrests have been made. McGILL WINS MONTREAL, March 1. McGill second team defeated St. Gabriel's Sal unlay night, 11 to 1, and won the championship of the Montreal inter- mediate hockey league. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McKenzie have re- turned from southern California, where they have been spending the wluter. Friends In the city will bo glad lo know thtt 5Jrs. c. D. Mackintosh lias been able to return borne from the hospital and Is recovering nicely. i Mrs. n. and son I.awrence, left on Saturday tor Victoria, whero they win spend some months, Mr. H. S. White-left last night for Winnipeg anu from there wtll leave (or Ottawa on a business trip. WES Eileen Jones spent (be week- end with friends In'Barons. Mr. Wm. Korsytho of Iho R. Dunn Co., underwent an operation today. Little Beatrice Bell Is suffering from an attack of measles. Miss Urch of Magrath spent the week-end" In the ctiy. r Miss Dales arrived, from Toronto and has taken a position as trimmer n Miss Johnston's Millinery store. Mr. and Sirs. Allen of Calgary were week-end visitors in the city. Miss J. Tllney has now returned iier own millinery parlors In the Royal Bank building. 'Mies M. Freeberger who has heen visiting friends in the city, returned to her home in Barons on Saturday. j Mr. and Mrs. of Taber were guests in the' city on Saturday. Mr, Harold Coy of Saskatoon arriv- ed in the city this morning to join the Herald reportorial staff. Mr. Frank E. Fournlcr. representing tha Intematloual Harvester Co., St. John, N. H., arrived hero from head office in Chicago, visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Peters, 6th Ave. A., before leaving for Paris, France, which city he will make big headquarters for his firm Iti future. !r' Mrs. M. Guerrette ol Plncher Creek spent a day with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Peters, 5th Ave. A., being accompan- ied back with her brother Mr. Frank H. Fournier. The Senior Company N0. 1 Girl Guides will meet in tho parish room on Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Tho Ladles' Adult Bible class will hold their monthly business meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. 0. C. Olamlcr. S22 13lh St. north tomorrow evening at- S a'clock. All members are urged to be present as the business is Import- ant. I There will be i meeting of the ei- ecutlve o! the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. 0, D. E, on Tuesday after- noon at 3 o'clock In tha Y.M.C.A. The Major Jack Itoss Chapter I. O. D. E. will hold an executive meeting on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at I the home of Mrs. D. C. Macmillan 1209 Cth Ave. south. All members are urged to be present. V Tho Ladles' AM of Wesley church will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In tho ladles' parlor, will all ladles pleano make n special effort to attend as business will be Import- nut. ilefreshments will be nerved. Tho hostesses, Mrs. John Bass, Mrs. A. Kress and Mrs. Dawson, The regular moatnly meeting of the Slkokotoki Chapter I. O. D. E. will held tomorrow evening at the Y. M. C. A. at S o'clock sharp. WEDDINGS WE AIM AT PERFECTION IN ALL DETAILS IN QUALITY, PRICE AND SERVICE. IF NOT ALREADY A CUSTOMER WE SOLICIT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLEASE YOU, Corn flakes, Krinkle, 5 for.........55C Post Toastiei, 4 packets 52c Pancake Flour, Aunt Jemuia, 2 packets for 45c Buckwheat Flour, Red Feather, 2 packets for 35c Grape Nuts, 2 for......................35C Rolled Oats, Quaker, per packet............34c f. ff. The marriage ot John Earl Whrnock of Tjavors to Clara Malimla Wells of North Lelhbrldge. took place today a) tho Knox manse, Rev. Mr. IKmcon of- ficiating. SOCIAL i The C. P. li. dance -whiph was hclil on Saturday evening In the new Mas- old S. 0. E. building, was largely attended, there being ahout 125 present. A jolly tinio was enjoy- ed by all and dancing wns continued until midnight, Mr, Need's orchestra furnishing the music. Dainty refresh' menls were served. The members of (he Edmonton Basketball team were entertained by Mrs. M. Dunsworth in honor of her son, Dr. M. M. Uunsworth at the diu- uer hour ,ou Saturday. Much lalonl was displayed at the Sunday evening concert given by the 0. W. V. A. In the Majestic theatre. Every Item on the program was splen- didly rendered and those contributing were encored with persistent applause. On behalf ot the 0. V. A.. Mr. J. E. Thompson wishes to thank tho Ladies' Choral Society, tho Assiniboia Music Co. for loan of piano and Iho Tress, also the people for the splendid donation amounting to The next W. V. A. conccrl will be hnlil on March 14tli In the Majestic theatre. L t CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING WAGSTAFFE'S JAM Goosberry, Plum and Apricot, per tin.. Bovril, per bottle..............40c, 7Sc, Baking Powder, Dr. 12 oz. tin, each 4JC Zfa !b. tin, each 5 ib. tin, PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Women Who Know Bread Thr..-s women who haVe been most expert and successful in baking their own bread are the first to adopt ours. On e taste of its firm, crisp touch of ils flavory, filmy_body and they realize that it's a waste of time, money and energy to bake their own when they know (hat they cannot equal ours in good- nev, -'it economy. If You Haven't Tried Kirkby's Home-made Bread You've Denied Your Family a Treat KIRKBY'S, 606 3rd Ave. S. Home Made Bread and Delicious Pastries. meet tomorrow aftcructon with Mrs. J A, Harris, C21 lltli St. A full attend ancc Is requested. The beaded glrdls threatens to ho as smart in New York as In Porte. the result of the great vogue ot the flounced aklrt, the bcrtba is coming back slrons. A spoonful of cereal left from break- fast will help to thicken the dinner soup. The kimono sleeve, especially will! extremely wide armlioles, Is the fea- of how blouses. Tho world is a sreal' playground, and those who play ralr Invariably win the game. c p Tho Smith College alumnae have started their drive for a en- dowment fund. Good humor nmy ho Kild to he one of tho very best articles of dress ono can wear in H not cracked, a fronon egg may do thawed and restored lo usefulness by placing It In ice cold water. What has become of the o. f. lover who used to call on a girl for a year before he attempted to kiss her1: British nurses are to form a union I" which nurso In England Is expected to join. Fine sense- and exalted sense arc not half so useful as common sense. -----Pope. ball that one pursties while it (lies, and which one kicks away when It stops.-----Le Gauloia. t t When creaminc liutler for cnke- making pni. It with sugar that baa been warmed over hot water. Iiay a thin slice of onion on a roast of beef while cooking. This improves the flavor. n damages. Another black and while season is the public schools, sight-rearling and singing have been taught free In tho schools, and this has been so success-1 ful that the violin will also be taught free. The Irustces are to be highly comniuuded for this progressive move, j which is bound to have far-reaching consequences lii the development of our future musical life. Tueda whore last motion pic- ture was William Fox's "I.ure of Am- has dosorlcd tho screen for i tho stage. The world Is made up of litlle things, and nothing is loo small lo bo despised If It counts In Ihe sum- ming up of I olio's Scott. r after nil, how can you tell which act. is human; not 'divine. God's standard Is very different from U. H. Morrison. At the recent civic elections in On- lario, Mrs. L. A. Hamilton, was elect cd to tho 'Council ?r Toronto. Mrs. Hamilton is well known in the West through hor association with the Na- tional Council of Women, and os one of Ihe editors of Woman's Century, ns well as because of a lengthy resi- dence in Winnipeg nnrt other points of the West. Mrs. Hamilton Is to he congratulated on 'her election, A simple method to obliterate from the faces of thousands of Armenian girls and.women tbe brands and in- .delible Ink tattoo marks placed upon them during llio war by tho Turks, Kurds and Arabs who captured and enslaved them, is sought by n sympa- ictlc college professor, who has juat eturnecl from a trip through the Near Tho victims of the nd tattooing, in every case, were hrisllans, and their captors branded nem as Mohammedan slaves, tjrecd rom enslavement, they Bought at once o remove the evidence ot bond- ge, employing disfiguring acids for Ihe. urpose. Many of them flocked lo the eliaf hospitals to be treated for the clf-inllicted burns, i Gbis TKHeeh in the Gburcbes coi The treasurer of the Travellers' Aid All? Srs proceeds of the Medal Contest lo ply on Irallcllng Tho lart.es and children's and gymnasium Classes will be held tomorrow at the Y. M. C. A, Children at four o'clock in tho niiernuon and Irdles at Iho usual lime 7.30 In the On the forrn of "The Eternal are the pas- sions that have filled the world With Khamc, "The Eternal Magda- lene" Is coming to tho Colonial Theatre on Wednesday and Thurs- day. You cannot etcapa her, nor do you want to miss her! colred but 7-1 votes om of an- the other out of A theatre- for children, Tfilh film adapted especially for youngsters wllh a Christmas pantomime presen ed by child nclors-. was a special Yuii lido attraction In New York. A HIT OF EVE ......R I He prepared for ft Reason of eherfc! for Scotch anil shepherd's plaids hav rr.o from the hlg manufacturers ys a New York fashion authority. Ixiok not mournfully inlo IIic Tt cornea not back again, Wisely in pro'vc Iho prescnl. ft Is (hinc. 0 forth to meet tho shadowy will out feur iiint with u nunily ln-an. to huve violin Band; Wednesday, 1M study class, followed by a meeting of tho Sunday school teachers ami Home will call this week. Thursday, S Aid. Anniversary services will be held next Sunday, March 7th. March banquet. All the men of. the congregation arc invited. rally of all the young peoplo of our church. Speakers, Mr. A. G. Virtue and Mrs. J. 1C. Covering. Tuesday Patrick's so- cial, in charge of the Progressive club. Wednesday, 3 Aid I monthly meeting. Refreshments will lie served. All strangers are invited. 3 prayer service. Thursday, Scouts' meet- ing. Friday, 4.1u choir prac- tice; S p.m., sdnlor-choir practice. March services. Rev. Dr. Hlanti, of Calgary, will con- duct the services, Christian night meeting and choir practice. lloyal Uercan busi- ness meeting will be held at the home of Mr. Kesslcr. Thursday rcgnliir bus- iness incelinB of the church board will bo heirl at the home ol Mra. Uuns- worth. Wednesday afternoon, W. B. M. will meat at the homo ot Mrs. Van Blarcom. The early cloainr, case as: Toronw has nceii to Iho court ot appeal. Dad speaks one word for me and two 'for himself when he tells Mother to order more lie likes phem.same Canadian Postum Cereal Co. LidLWmdsor, On< ;