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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSIJA Y.MARCH 2.-1920 THE LtlMUHIDGe DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN PERSONAL Mrs. P. W. will not re- Peniel oelve 'tomorrow. Mrs. T. M. SioelMtkam will not re- ceive tomorrow. Mr.'B. a 'MacdcMM, of, Calctry, few daiys In the city. r 1 iir.'H. Llndloy. of Calgary, spent the Aveci end with friends In ilia city. have been- to Macleod where Hubert A. Galbrailb, is seriously ill Ctnou Munell-WrlBht. and family Iftt the city tost evening foi Toronto where Canon Murrell-Wrlghl will as suiue his new duties. t Mr. anil .Mr.s. James Williams, Roekliavcn, Husk., who called lo Tabcr through the dculh of thel daughter, Mrs. Winchester, arc spent lug the week with their daughter, Mrs S. Trew, Hull Block. Harold Hlley, of Calgary, sec- What Miladi Sees At Millinery Openings Mr. reta'ry of tlio Provincial Laws corn- I imlfea of the N'alional Council of ind Mrs. P. D. CitlbraiUi, >nci was In Lolliuridse Saturday Jlrs. :Davld OaUjraltu, Kegina., for'a few hours and-met ivlth ladies of the- various to discuss problems affecting the welfare of the child. Miss Ueatrlee A. Colp left on Sun- morning for her homo in Nova Scotia. Hair Can Make or Mar Her.Appearance. A liltlc neglect results in dull, lusterless, unsightly hair, white continued intelligent care, will result in bright hair of charming beauty. The. sympathy of a wide circle of frleiida Is extended those bereaved through Uie d5ntb of Ernest Kiford, of Burdelt. Mr. O. M. Uallautyue left last night for HJuionton. Major Hctlman, M.-P., of Calgary, anil .Mrs. Redman, liavo arrived In Ottawa for tho session and have taken aiiart mcnts on Wellington Street. t SOCIAL ,5. A fl. 4. A St. Patrick's social will be given by the ladies of- the progressive club Wesley hall (his evening at S.30. A splendid program has been arranged und refreshments will be served. All the young people of the city arc cord- ially i summarizing tho new mitllnery for 4he spring of 1920, it must ho re- membered that us great a latitude Is allowed in hats as exists at the pres- eat time in dresses. Individual las'.e Is consulted as never before. Several general tendencies may be noted. are cither very small or j of quite large proportions. This does; not mean that the "merry ear in any danger of return-1 inc. If the hat Is small. It is almost i >uro (0 have a tuft of something stick-! ing out sharply at one side, giving it 1 a certain wliitti. Swathed effects, de-1 fining the shape of the headi arc very popular, especially with a bow of stiff ribbon, a pointed ornament of; clipped ostrich, or a short broom of aigret'ee set at right angles to the head at the right si3e over the ear. High Joques are made to look still higher hy the addition of a'grcttes or paradise which shoot up in the airj and then curl over backwards on them- selves In n very novel manner. The objection to tho general adoption of tho high and narrow hat Is that it often makes a woman look quality which Is enough to condemn any novelty in tho estimation of the Parlsieune. The wide flat Spanish sailor is pre- djo'ed as a favorite, although the turned-up line has been steadily ad- vancing in favor, and the Breton sailor, which shows no signs of di-appcarlngj yet awhile, sometimes turns up Seasonable Merchandise pf surpassing beauty and elegance arriving daily at the "Bay" Store should be used at once. In a very short time your scalp will be free from unsightly dand- ruff. Your hair will begin to tone up and take a new lease on life. Your friends, even, will very quickly note the added beauty. Buy a small bottle an iitijuovementtomorrow. Send Itlrcntsinatampsor rein tod ay t of Mm pie anj Wfclrton Hair" Address: The llcrpkidaCo. Dcpt- Detroit. U. S. A. j by and t'el Barter Shopt nviled lo attend. 16799 DIED fc'i York City alone from kid- ney trouble Isst year. Don't allow j-oorsdf to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against trouble by taking Esther" which has been so successfully rendered on previous oc- casions by Ihe Uniled Church choir, will ,he presented in the Majestic Theatre on Thursday evening. The 6th Lelhbridge Troop, Boy Scouts were entertained at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bruce, 1512 4th Ave. N.. on Monday evening. A pleas- ant time-was spent arid the boys did justice to the splendid feast of fruit and cuke set before them. The grati- tude of Iho members of the Troop is extended Mr. and Mrs. Bruce for their hospitality. A social -will be given in the Moose hall tomorrow evening under the auspices of the Women of Mooseheart Legion. In liotior of Mrs. Harold niley, who spent tho week-end in Lcthbridge, after speaking at Cardstan, Jliss liawden, president of the Local Couu ell of Women of Lethhrldge, enter Emartly tliat it lias almost the effect of the hat which is Jauntily flourished by Harlequin In ihe The IrlmniEng of the under brim ,of ihese hats continues lo show great ingenuity and Invention. Silver cloth, tulle, embroidered satin, fluted rib- bon, novelty floral satins, printed voiles and chiffons line the brims of these picturesque crea'ious. Many new materials arc in evi- dence. Shot taffeta, black glycerin izert cloths figured tulles, voiles, satin, gold cloth, dull and shiny leathers, oil- cloth. These are all and are trimmed with ribbons, feathers and elaborate embroidery. Rjiinhow-hucd ornaments that have never seen the- light of a .mil- linery salon sjilash merrily upon sparkling new s'.rnws that seem to j have been spun or perhaps crushed to- gether rather than woven or braided; in vivid hues, treated every process of "shine" from gela- tine to varnish, with slick horse-hair- like fabrics thrown hi for good m'eaE- ure. The agents that express these rainbow hues are wools, tinsels and flossy silks, unless you prefer orna- ments with more firmness of charac- ter, in which caee you may choose from Etiff, enameled flowers and fruits or feathers BO 'radical thai they rear their heads aloft Jn daring "spikes" or in miniature ambush, wild and profuse. In such temperamental iroods feathers echo the barbaric, and it follows that designers have createn every sort of fanciful version of lArua- zon-bonnet to pernrt these wild feath-: crs l.o appear to best advantage. Tho riilo decorative rather runs like ibis" "Feathers for dress and tailored oc- casions, and silks for brilliant out-of-door, informal and sports wear, I and fruits and flowers for the vounger set" but who ever follows rules when i one finds charm hidden beneath a brim? And with so much color drip- ping o'er Spring bonnets, every woman wiil banish ennui; so Dame Fashion ia preparing Xo invite every sort of tained a number of prominent women1 hat ,0 sort of llarty the ol that city at the tea hour on Sat- in Calgary Albertan. GOLD MEDAL CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 only stipulation that il be becoming and shiney and coulcnr! full of esprit do The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and unc acid troubles. Hcllund'5 national remedy sinco 1636. AH dniggisls, 50c. a box. Guaranteed. Uol for the, Cold Med.l oa acd occspt 03 bailAtica W omen or Canada Testify Dacro, nm tnrjre thin filt-astd ffilb Dr, I'icjce's I-'avuritu I rus niiMiowii nud M norvcmi thai I could not evrti sUiy Iti tllO IkOUtO alOELO iii dijy-tinio and trial fivny kind of I heard of i but got no result. I of my friends j mo to t.ike Tn virile j thai it I would mm me, and it did. Alter Uking lour Indies I (clt tike n new woman ami it ia also very mrtiiciws fur The Women of Mooselieart Legion will meet lonJghl In Ihe Moose Hall at S o'clock. Fnrtlior arranuements will be made in connection wllli the holding of tlio bazaar and a (all al- tcndance of nicniburs is urged; t The meeting of the women's class .of tliu Untied Cjiurch, wliich was lo have hcen held ill tlie home of llr. I hnd Mrs. C. G. Olander tonlglit, has lieen postponed. The regular monthly meeting of Ihn Knox church ladies aid" will he held in the schoolroom of Ihn church on Thursday aflernoon at 3 o'clock. Every memher is urged lo attend. The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet nt Ibo lioinn of Mrs. R. Andrews 12-17 Sth Avc. A. S.t Wednesday atCeriioon at three o'clock. A leuicn acrrice wit) he held on Wednesday evening in St. Mary's church nt 7.39 o'clock, AH members mid friends of tlic parish are cord illy invited. At Gait Hospital Ladies' Af wlilcli was held In the V. 11 liea McGco, M.D.. D.D.3 VARIETIES OF PLATES If you have lost very many tcelii, voii'rmiEt consider some method of replacing Ihem, hccause if yon don'l i will only partially chew your! food and your diges'.ive apiiarntus will suffer severely from overwork ind your general system must neces-; sarily be undernourished. 'Bo common sense dictates that when you i u tooth it must be replaced. There are olher good reasons why. teeth should he replaced, but just now the matter of plates is under discussion. In a jaw where there are some lural Iceth remainlug. Ihe plate thai', carries Ihe missing teo'h la called a "partial plate." There are many methods of. keening Uicsc parlial ulales In position, and the methods are so exlremely clover thai Ihe feeling appearances and function of tho nor- mal teeth are almost restored. Tlie oiil idea of placinK fixed bridges to re- store every form of tootli thai was missing, is rapidly giving way to Ihe use of tho partial plate. C. A. on Saturday a of the great ndrnnttiges of a did donation of ?500.00 was received; parlial plate is the (net Hint II can WEAK AND NERVOUS Tillfonhnrg. found Dr. Vjivoritc I'ICK rip lion an rtrcllcnt mctUcine for Ihe niimrntfl uf womni. I hnd become vrry and 1 jiist ftblc when I bepan Iftkina (ho Prc-scriplion' nnrl it mod H so completely rfr.lnnxl roo (o licallh tliat I havo novcr hat! any return of this ail incut. I (1 f) uft Trtacnplion' by tvomon wlio Pnffpr with Koinonly OKO. WALKKR, F. 0. Ucu 400. Dr. is mfldo of foot, unicorn rout, Mno root Orcpori tiicw. trhcn lio first inline flfflndArd lliat and Joorpliinj fnj'nrioiif, >nd so ho liwt always out of his Women who (tko Oils MandairJ' rtmody in Dr. Karen's Favorite woman's lonio good ki HotiM OT UMtf (orw, ge1..........._...-. dance whlcli Is in hn hclfl on1 rleniicd cfin be mrmc sanuary: wit Friday, April Olh, tn tho Mneonicjlf you Imvo in your mouth an cxtcn- hall, nml I ho different committees sivo lol wf undonnnlile apparatus It were formed. Refreshment committee.' will 1io vnry tllfficuH to ninlnlaln a Mrs. Lnffcrfj', conronnr. nssfntftil hyihyRcnir comllilon. Always ron.sidor Mrs. Kollogg. UcconiUvo committee. I the of wlicn Mrs Mel-col, convenor, itsflfstiitil.'nny nrw witrk is bpiiif? dotio in thn Mrs. Hcdlcy. H vran ilccMccl to engage mouth. Tho jmtial philos depend for Iho Cnnnoncprs' Hand to furnish the music, Amusements (hose in the Ihclv rolonlion upon ttic tea li that iirc They do nut t _____ v Uie full nr Kanlcr'wns "ifi'fi (o'llVc (llscretion of'plalrs. particularly tiie full upucr, To Charles McKllloii who is C-OIM ho liie Icnlh nirnii which remaining In Ihe mouth. upon suction Among the New A nnouncing a New als in AFTERNOON Shipment of Charming GOWNS WAISTS You will notice the favorite mater-T ialB are trlcolelte. georgette, crEiw dq chma and satin, combined with geor- gette. Erery sparkles with original- ity and beauty. Fashion has soond- ed a very strong note In favor of beads as a trimminc aad very handsome designs arc worked out in these, in cut steel and .'ar- ious colored effects. Many of the dresses have a deep girdle of satin encircling the walct. Colors include rose; sand, taupe, Joffre, grey, mauve, fawn and navy. Prices to Some Very Dressy SKIRTS of Silk Poplin Priced at No wonder the separate skirt Is nonnlar when you can grt such nifty styles as these represent. Colors are: Joffrc, navy, rose, taupe and grey. All sizes. New SWEATERS of Wool Jersey These come in the coat styles with Tux- edo front suid narrow belt at hack. These aweaters have found general acceptance amongst women of fashion this and are lo be highly recommended on account of their splendid wearing qualities. Colors, Joffre, sand, nile, ruse. Priced at Materials mostly llio cver-fashtoiiabto georgette ami crepe do chine. Their charm liea In llietr graco of line, their rich beauty of coloring, combined with tho elaborate trimmings of bcudiug. wnlrroidery, luco and tinsel. These trimmings usually bcim; worked out in two or three colors. You will find a splendid selection here, IiicluilinR ihe newest shades. Prices to Have You seen the New LEATHER COATS? [deal for motoring or general wear. This "latest" In leather coats can be ob- tained at ihe "Bay" store. Made of import- ed Soutli American sheepskin, oil tanned, which will prevent hardening. Lined through- out. 40-inch 45-inch length....... Pullover SWEATERS Attractively Priced, Tho moderate W'ICQ with thu great variety of colors in which they cnti Ite obtained U tending to make the "Pull over" very popular this season. have splendid assortment in plain ami contrast- ing colon-. Tremendous Reduc- tions on all Winter Coais Jiitl the UiiiifC for the present inclement woiUher and in vievr.oi" the soaring prices of most lines of merchandise should prow: a gooil investment for next winter. S1LVERTONE COATS Regular For Seven only, belted models, button trim- med. Nice roomy coinvrtiblo collars. FUR TRIMMED SILVERTONE COATS Regular For Foul' only, lined floral silk. Collars are ot fur. One of them lias cuffa of Cur also. Belt- ed models in nice roomy styles. Each one or them make a very desirable garment TWEED COATS Regular to For Only three left Come early un Saturda> if you want lo secure one. GROCERY DEPARTMENT QUALITY PLUS SERVICE IS OUR BASIS OF VALUE. COFFEE Cliase Sanhoni, Wedding IJreakfist, Nabob and Braid's, 1 Ib. tins, each Amber Coffee, ground or bean, 3 Ib. packet 70c 1.50 BLACK TEA ....75c 70c .....60c .....85c SODA BISCUITS 38c .40c ,.65c 18c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Hay No. 1 Dieml. per Ib. Hudson. Hay No. 2 Hlcnd, per 3b Hudson's Bay Bulk, per ]b Rtdgewny's Old Country, per Ib North West Family 1'ackei. each I'auHn's Family Packet, each Christies, per tin Som-llor. Sailed aud Plain, per HOUSE FURNISH- ING DEPT. 'BRASS CURTAIN RODS lOc 15c id, extension op _ 2.DC Sash Rods, extension to 40 in. Each Curtain Rods, round, extension to 50 in. Bach Curtain Hods, round, extension to 50 ill. Each Curtain Rods, rounij extension to 54 in. Kach Curtain Rods, heavy rouud, extension to 54 In. Bach Curtain nods, flat, non-sag, ex- CA_ tension to 54 in. DUC Curtain Rods, flat non-sag, ox- CC tension to 7S in. Bach DOC, Curtain Rods, flat ovcrdr.ipo attach- ment, extension to 54 in. OP_ Each OOC Curtain Hods, flat double and heavy. extension to 7S inches. Each Curtail; Rods, flat fresh air nioilcl. extension to 54 inches. 1 OC Knch Curtain Rods, flat double [resli nlr model, extension lo 51 in. Encli Heavy lirass Stair Hods, 27 In. long. Special, dozen Stair Pads, good quality. per dozen 1 l.t 2.25 2.00 1.25 DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT SPECIAL SHOWINQ OF NEW GOODS FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY OUR NEW PLAID GINGHAMS ;irc be- Ing bought up rapidly. We purchased heavily hut at Ihe present rale of scllinfi Ihcy will not last very long and further supplies will he very hard to procure at anything like present prices. 35 OUR H. B. LEADER COMES IN PLAID DESIGNS, lipsulcs plain cliam- brays and It is SO inches wide (mark the width) of lOnglfsh inaiitifacLiiro und guaranttcd fast shades. Kpe- clal bargain atr yard GALATEAS Splendid value (n dark nun medium shade gatatcas. AH guaranteed 2S inches wtde. Our pricG. 4 p yard 4DC FULt. SIZE COMFORTER Just u icw to clear. Itcgular price To go out nt, each SPECIAL LINE IN PILLOW I-'lne collcn. -12 Inch size. Worth AQ today Our Sjrecial, rmir "uC It is just a little early, but you get the selection now. have. a [nil line of the highest class goods in lilaclv, purple, dark Rreen and navv to 17.50 OOC e 1 "7 1 I J I Ihoso things stralgtitcnoil out." As lo liow the si'nallon coulil IIP, slmlglitcneil out. Mr. .MctTauley sug- gested Increased trade within the various parts ol [lie British Bnipiro. i inslciid of ivllh Ihe United States. venor of tllo visilinj; rommltlcc. llm partial depends for support ?200.fl1 wns'voted for the purrhus- j nuisl lio very heallhy. You cannot inn of articles by Ilic buying coin- hope to have oltlier 11 ?atlslaclnry or tnlllee, of which Mrs. Win. lien- a healthful piece of parlhl wtirk d-rson is convenor, assinteil hy Mrs, in your mouth unless Ihe teeth to anil .1. R. Stewart. which II in anchnrcd are healthy anil There will be sewing on Frlihiy al will remain to. If yon have to have! ,1 tho hospllal a 13 p.m., and all tadlca parlial plaie. don't irv lo save a lot of who arc wllllnr; lo net Int. in this Im- liortnnt work are naked to attend. Hull, QtKi., after two years dry hC' comes wet again oa L hopeless leelh lo intcrtoro wllh It. The leap year ilanen nrranscd hy the ladles of had lo ho post- poned im ncconuA 'A 'hi! 'flu. Snn Life I'rcsiricnl Points Out Perils of Dciiiing Too Much With U. S. TORONTO. March 11. Me- Cauley. president of the Hun As. I surauce Conipauy (if ('anarla. cd Hit! Canadian Club hero yeslerdny and urged Hit- of Ihe HritiFh West Imllos. Mr. Mcf'autey thai Canada la hnyius larRe yinount of gooils from the United Slates and is paying for Ihem hy a steady or flanailtan se- across Ihf hordcr. many ofj whk-h are government honrfs. "How loni; can Ihe empire no on I crn Labor News, put in by Ihe crown M an exhihil. Mr. McMnrray's exacL reference lo Senator Hohcrlson. as laken down hy the official court stenographer, is quoted follows: f ".We have tho testimony of Si'natoi- llolmrtson hern liisv year. En which he made certain statements (hat '.he ac- cused were then or words to that effort, and ihe ci'y annual wn-' wrons; and lhat labor had a rishi lo I organize." will he prcsenlcd loRislature some time during the present week. Ham I'orter of was cliiiscn as chafi-ijian of the mee'titg Inal nlKlit, and )1. J. Oihh of Kduionlon The was pretcdci hy a banquet ill tlio .Mitcdonaid liotel. Tlio ciiciiicrrr" of were ropri iciU''il hy S, I'orlcr, H, 11. Miles and li. Cl. Cochrane. W1NN1PKC, -Marcli (lly flia.i Press. I In an interview her-'. K. J. .McMurray. defense couiipel in tlio slrike (rial, is as thru ho had any ititt'iniini nf inisU'.id- ing tlie court or lln> pnhllr1 in Sienfitor Cideoa Holit-rlsi of iahov, as ENGINEERS OF PROVINCE FORMING ASSOCIATION NIIMOXTO.V, Kth. (endf-d jdfnl meoliii minl.-r hoii'l of MK last ovoTilnc. ivil well "L' th': Macdtmalrl Hcpn'K'iilalivi i lire mining engiueer.i anil inr in PHX that lahor Inetira. tlie inechiriiical engineers tho clly of Ihe i-lectricnl onginecrs of Ihe like asked, "Tu me. il seems that it la almosl n of life and death with the empire lo gel was right and In Ihe- gem-rnl strike. "1 was quoliaB from an oxliihlt put in as evidence hy Ilic crown, and hy thal lokeii Mr. McMnrray a reporter. Tho e.vhihil ,Mr. .Mc.Mnrray lie quolod from was a copy of Hie West- were present. MalUirs Ing lo Itic knoivii as "The Act" were discu.-T9c-d in detail, and a ioiut cnm- intitcc representing Ihe four hranches was appointed lo look after Iho Interests 'i( the measure which Cuticura Soap 5s Ideal for---- The Complexion Till 81.. SINCE 41070 Tqi SHILO ;