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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAKCH 3, THE LKTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TO THE GROUND DrtAdEBRJDCK. Out., Xelfhtiorc tfclq morning found CharlM livereU, his wlte, and son, who yeiterday wove confined to sricnr and. Irylng lo warm themselves before buiuidderiag.'ruins ot their home. IjiBt night whon.they'wwre In bed, topless with'the -the ho.uso ftre and they had oalr strength to crawl nut Inlo tho coov. -.Jthey were niched 'lo Bracebrldge, a die- lance ot three miles, and ara now iu i serious condition. DIVORCE FOR MARY PICK- FORD I'BN'O, Nov., March PlcVford, motion v'clure was granted' a. divorce from Mopra oa Monday even- jug at Mliiden, a. small town Carson City, on grounds ot dawrUon, It became knowu and Seal Brand Cofleer- Nothing will do. No other can cofnpare with Seal BrawL only fron dhe fiwst noottatatn.' grown buns, .which bave deycioped abwcbing from the air, die ran and die luxurious Mil of tJM cool wmderfel. Ttopic Pufcolf ttoixei, the-ridi amnia toi me flavour tealcd ipto ibc 7 ,s alt Gone! MISSPELLED Every Thursday and Monday until. 31st, the Herald will put on a series of smali PRIZE-GIVING CONTESTS t The contests will be very simple and easy. need not put yourself to ariy trouble or ex- a little profitable amusement. condition is ,that competitors must; be ip trie'Herald; will run twice a weeVi Mon- days and Thursdays 'during March, and 'While the prizes a re, not. lit tie helps during these daysol the H. C. of L 1 V A PERSONAL Br. Leech left with ihe hockey boys for" Winnipeg. Judge Winter lias returned to Cal- gary after presiding at the district court sittings here. Sir Harry and Lady Lauder are sail- ing thla month for South Africa. Mr. and Mrs. George Ross have taken apartments In the Victoria lions.- f Sirs. R. W. McClung (Nellie Mc- of Is In Winnipeg, baring been called to that dty to attend the funeral of her mother, Mooncy. -Mr. E. T. Wheeldon, of Weslcllffe, Kngland, is the guest of .Mr. W.. K. illnor. Jlrs. J. J. Dunn, Calgary, district president oE the W. O. T. U., who ad- dressed the memers of the Nanton union at their annual devotional meet- ing, has returned home. t -Miss HilU, of Durdelt.'fs spending a few days In the city. Sirs. Sidupy Houlton, of Calgary, la leaving shortly for the old country woman, be she eighteen or eighty the skirt vies with Ihe bodice, reach Ing above the kneel nnd with a strap of gauze hanging at the Ma or back called "train." The new rich are not the fol lowers of this mode; women with Uan- iany wt son of Ihe Ule Charles B 1'onl- house with men to. whom lot, Riviere du Loup. look place on kve become engaged and nose mi uu ujiittj Vtl it. i I r.i. it t Thursday afternoon, February ISth, at St. Patrick's Cathedral', New ceremony. Yoric, These "wav as they are The marriage of Mary Hroome Brlttaln, daughler oE Mrs. Alfred Brlttaln, to Archibald .1. Trotter, ot Saskatoon, son of Mr. and Jlrs. John Troller. of Montreal, was solemnized last Wednesday by Rev. Fred Whitney former acting pastor oE the Church of St. James the Apostle, who came to Montreal Erom Bedford for the oc- casion. Mr. Trotter and his bride will' called, are most frequent In poor dis- tricts, whether In cities or Ihe country and have caused a drop in the mar- riage of youae girls who have not the advantages of a dead husband and the consequent pension. Another cause of discontent besides the moral one is the privilege accord- ed to war widows, who cannot evicted by landlords on unscrupulo pretext where she will spend several months raturn io iiuiureal aEter a short hon-i y siting friends and relatives. During eymoon and will later live in Saska- Mrs. Honlton's slay overseas she will toon attend the meeting ot the International Council of Women as a delegate from Canada, and will also Interest herteli lous 3' In tho organization oE junior branches of the Women's Institutes in England. 4 Mrs. U Y. McKInney, of Calgary, is in Raymond. She will address the Women's Institute on "The Property Alberla Women." i Sir. Kenny Ila'rlfcrd, of Spok'ane, is a visitor In the city. s Dr. S. D.-Ciiown, after a severe ill- ness, is enjoying a rest at St. Augus- tine, Florida. 'Mra. S, T. Currier, of Victoria (for- merly Miss Mary Clarke, oE Ihls Is'at present the guest of her grand- mother, Clarke, 313 5lh Arc. South. I Lady fleck, who has beeu in Eng- land; for' some mon'hs. and whose health has been impaired; ing favorably in n London'-hospital, where she underwent an operation on Thursday last, MUs Marion Heck is at school in Ensland. Sir Adam Beck's return- to Canada has been postponed for a time, no doubt on Recount oE Iho illness of Lady neck. Lady Reaverbrook Is planning to ieave Kngland for a trip to tile south oE Prance. Mr. C. 0. Harconrl, manager of the Imperial Bank, in Kedcliff, for the past year, has been transferred to Rovelstoke, B. C. -Mr. lloulledge, a former member of the staff, has been appointed as manager of Ihe Kedcliff branch. An interesting event look place on S of rlrtuons women who are being evicted by landlord's appeals to local courts. Quality Plus Servke is Our Basis of Value. White Nary S for...............45C Split Peas. 3 Iks. for....................3QC Dry Greea Peaj, 3 Ibs. for Liira Beans, 2 Ibs. for...................3QC lentils, Egyptian, 2 Ibs. for..............35C Rolled Oats, Robin Hood, 20 Ib. Puffed Wbeat, Quaker, per packet..........15c Macaroni, Mothers, 2 packets for..........25c Vennkeffi, HJrondelk, 2 packets for.......30c Rke Flakes, KeUoggs, per packet.......... I5C PHONES 313 and 1513 Thursday, February 26th In Ihe' Church of St: Michael and All Toronto, when Amy, daughter of tho laic Canon Ilenaud of St. Thomas' Church, Monireal, and Mrs.. Renault, became the bride of- Captain lienry Hobbs, M.C.B.S.M., of Edmonton, Alia. COMMENDS LADY i "Y" WORKER Mail) _Baker.' The bride, who was nnattend- erican' ed, was given away by her brother, atauon Captain Allan Renaud of Montreal, m lhe o( thc "fflcere anu men American memse with briual veil F.NU orange nnri blossoms. She carried a bouquet of Christie tho Admiral wrote confidence and backing of the men to such an oxtent thai she is now an Invaluable aid to their happiness and contentment, and to the maintenance of morale In this force. "Her delightful and happy person- ality, her ingenuity and her Indefntij- MISS have endeared her to ail, trlcolinc embroidered in bine, with hat to match. They will make their home In Edmonton. V V t At the homo ofj the groom's sister, Mrs. John none, HedclUT, s- inatriinony to Mr. Exel Paul day morning. Rev. William Shearer I D.D., officiated. Dinner was on behalf of this Miss Christie is a real American girl ---i? couple left fir their Euture home at Konalane. ff tf tf ff. .J 4 .j ff MATHESIANS, ATTENTION! ANNOUNCEMENTS The Mathes'nns books out' from the McGlll clrculaling library ki guage of the country like n native. She was educated In Amer- ica and holds a degree from Wellosley. Her mother Is a missionary at Tarsus has been assisting her in Con- stantinople for some time .past. Dur- ing tho war Miss Christie woro the Roil Triangle uniform in France, where sho worked wllh fho A. E. p. Mr. and Mrs. Colin MocDonald, Ripley, Ont., announce the engage- ment of their youngesli daughter, Anna to Dr. J. S. Stewart of kindly return same at once to Mrs. De Long, librarian oE tlie club, as Hie term of loan lias expired and books! rnnsl be forwarded lo headquarters within the next Ecw days. -v SECOND CONTEST THURS. When a number of will made In several of the local finding me number of errors receive Second prtie third prlie, In the of a tie the of the flrnt opened will winrter, the prize will DO to'the wnder of opened, and to on. lo do ID In read Iho Display Advertisements care- Fully and cut out those containing the urrnrs, marking the error wllh .a circle.- lhc cnl-ont advorllscmeiHs to a sheet.of paper will; your. ami ntldrnsM niid mall to 'THE COMIfETITION DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE. HERALD t-ETHBRIDOE, Al.TA. All.rcpKcH iimsl lie received al Ilio iler.ilil oEEice not later tlian 12.00 noon on March Slh, whcfi Ihe'envclopua will be Diieticd. Tin' third will appoar in Uiu Icsun of Moiiday, Marcli S. UV.Icli iii'.psr for particulars. employee oE tho Herald or member of hid Ealnily eligible lor Ilio competition. Edmonton, Alia. The marriage lake place early In March. SOCIAL 4 to that strictly tailored with 38-ln. the vogue Eor crepo weaves makes i .onc predict ?a return oE crepon. Geranium pink and royal blue are best liked evening shades iu Paris just now. skirts of foreign inspiru-' tion are of genuine Scotch plaid wool- lens aud many are brilliant in color- ing, and these skirts ara develbpcd on both plain and plaited lines, and havfi huge pockclu aud novelty bulls. coats and long walstcd linos arc In greatest demand, and extra skirls have been in particularly great de- mand so far Ihls spring in contrasting material which has the same back- ground as the plain fabric of the suit The heart of a man is part hotel, part mortuary. Sports satin skirts with, coals of Hoahanaja crepo ara being worn by smart women at Palm Beach, where A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING ROME is SHOCKED; WOMEN UNMOVED- ROME. Fob. havn ox- Cocoa will be P. smarl spring Ebadc. The two-eyelet 6iEord worn with a bow or buckle is seen in tho Eavorcd new footwear. The newest bridal veils are so Eas- tened to the coiffure, that the liordor- scallop shades the eyes, or are at- LUI: UJU3, or ilie clothes been mora notice- tached to n bandeau oE pearls, or _, Viable In lhe Holy City than now. Peo- ribbon which binds Ihe brow. pie with fixed incomes, who cannot aE- RCT. Dudley B. Ashford, Noted Preacher and Lec- turer, Weil Known on Three Continents, Was Or- dered To Give Up Work. Reverend Dudley Ashford is an extraordinary man. .Although still on tho Bunny nldo of forty, lie lias crowd- fcd more service to humanity Inlo a few years than most men in a llffi-itnio. Soon nfter his graduation from Hurley College, London, England, hu wns ordained minuter at the famous New Court Congregational church. London. A short time tliorcatler he was selected to present the cause oE ('01130 Haforni and African .Missions hcforo the people of Norway, end loured Uiat land with such success thai he was grccled by enormous crowds at every meeting. In ItiOS. under the auspices of tho Colonial .Missionary Society, he was sent to New Zealand and for Inrcc ycnrs labored us a missionary among tho Maoris, where his experiences wcro novel and thrilling. In 1916 ha returned to England Rev. Dudley B. Ashford, Noted Preacher, Lecturer and Missionary. tu walk upstairs and at night I used "e awake in continual dread lest heart should stoii beating alto- ford to pncc with Helen Keller, whoso book is being that two shoulder chains of gold, and coats worn wllh while skirts. vor, platinum or sleol and a wisp oE a belt form ttie bodice of a down-lo-dalo iNew York's private tailors IsH niair wfls the hosloss of a very happy surprise birthday party In hoonr of Mrs. K. M. llnrtElokl at Hie homo oE Mrs. llnlton, 6th SI. S., on Monday evening. t.'arcla wero playod, ,Mr9. Judson re- ceiving Elrut prizo and Mrs. Robert Chlswick, consolation. On bclialE of lbo.-e present, Mrs. Ilosewarn paosenled Mrs. HartRchl' with 'a beautiful piece of sliver and cul glass, fittingly Mpreaslnc tho good wishes accompanying the gift. llrs. liarlf eld graciously acknowledged the gld. Dainty refreshments were served. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES if Tho llrownlcK will meel tomorrow evciijnK. as usual, al o'clock, In p.irlsh room. Teachers oE the St.'Augusli'n'a Sunday, school are. reviewed lo remain aEter (he church scirvlco to- night Eor n few minutes. m Tlie .Women's Society No Nerve Disturbance in the table INSTANT PQSTTJM Contentnverd' anil satis- faction come as coffee troubles vanish, when, one uses this piirc cereal drink in place of coffee, 4] "there's A Reason" served for three years at Wood SCroat Congregational church, Cardiff, South Wales, tho blggost Congregational. Ee'nc'r' church In Hie Ilritlah Empire. It''Was] a result oE exposure one while here lliat ho Ecll one oE the w'nler'a night In a small boat, while curly vlct.ins oE the great 1IHS flu eiccullon of my duties, I was epidemic, an attack Erom which he seized with violent pains In -the ri.jht bad not fuliy recovered when he nc- "boulder and arm. which nearly droiv, ccnled n call to the Queen's Hoad Con- mc to distraction. I consulted doc- groea'ional church, St. John's, Now- tori specialists and underwent foumllaml, where his forceful preach- "'tssagc and electrical treatment, ing soon attracted record congrcga- wllhoul getting much relief. 1 was lions. i ordered to glvo up all preaching and The strain of tliln work upon his rtork Eor at least three montlip. nidermlneil.conatltullon proved too began to fear lliat my healtl, severe and ho suEtered a nervous permanently afEcctcd. I 'i '10VV' He Hati Skeptical, over, lie has completely recovered Moved by desire lo serve his Eellow! n1lvn5'-' bsnn rather skeptical men he has recently written a lello-- 'nn concerning Ilio that tells how ho was restored to meHl" one day health and slren'th lhc stAtemrnt nE n man wbo.ic Moved By Gratitude syniploms lo hit Identical -.vltli This letter, addressed to The "Iul. tl.Is af lac Atlanta, Oa., Is an eloquent sa to !t '1 expression of gratitude and la ns EoL bought a 'jottlc and i its nffci-t was nlmnsl Immediate. My Yonr medicine, condition began dlsapperir as has been such an Incsti- ani1 to get seep at night. Mr mable blcsalng to me, that 1 feel con- c so. ,collli strained lo write and toll so nml October. 1918, while a minister of n 1C tlmc laltcn 1 grpgatloiinl clmrrh at. Kt. .John's, think best. In the liopc that oth ers may (Ind in your wonderful modi proved Ion for me and I had ed to go nil In pieces and my diges- (Ion became sn rat mo i deranged that rinfl lhe means to restored health audi, sold in bv John Ulglnbotham Co.; In Coal hunt by Diamond Stationery i.n.i v.uum nunji uy inamonu jjrng Htalic scarcely nnyihlng. My lieart gave store, and in Warner by Mra. N. a lol oE trouble; it was au effort I ;