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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta L n.vUA PAGE NINE tftni the relation of ihu university I Ceilings were hohtcs.es al a very lo Iho eroat war ki coupes ed ot Uiy MgMful kitchen shcwer'at their au-'tt- chancellor, vke-cliitnceUor, principalf metila last in honor of MUs -f Alberta (.'oUege, principal ot Hvbei't. R. K. Iti'yuoMt, whoso to HILI College, W, Al. .Mr. C. MaeU-an takes plate short- Dr. S. (tajtjraith ami Tho Aitl of Wesley will hold thrir nioulhly business mcnl- Ing at afternoon. Will tlie lmlit-3 ot ,the Kindly make- elfori to tome and tnjoy ii tiour atid ftriiifj their work, The will be Hamilton, Mre. Allison ami Nor- man- i Tho miiific Ueparimcju of the JIatliP. sis Club will meet tonight at (lie home oC .Mrs. Copo. I-'O'; Cth Ave. S., Instead ot at the home ot Mrs. Sloliie. Tlio course of !tVrinres in llomi N'ursing, held uiidtr Ihe nusuicea of the St. John's Atiibulanco Uvigade ivltl start on Wednesday, 'March 5, at 5 o'clock in the club rooms on St. Au_gustiu's tennis i court, 4th Ave. Members Ihe First Aid class ave risked to come lo thia ineeling. Tltere will by n nicetinp of tlie' so- cial committee of the G. V. A. to- morrow rigM al S o'clock. WEDDINGS 'I'AWI On Monday morning, March S, at St. Patrick's church, Medicine Hat, the marriage was quietly solemnized ol Miss Helen M. By ere. of this city, ami eyes ami w, Mr. Dwinis Palmer, of Xanton. Al- J3a( Pounds, bhe nas Save Your Hair! Make It Thfck, Wavy, Glossy and Beautiful frerta. Rev. F. M. Piizjiatrlck per- Try as you will, atler ni nppllcaiion enrc ot a number ot friends, Mr. ami :ot Danderlno, you can nol find a singPiMrs. Desilcts acting as witnesses, trace ot Uandrutf or falling hair ami j During Ihc signing of ihe register jyour ivillaot itch, but what will jjtiss Drfphluc McDonald sans "He- i please you most be after a in her asual 8lytcJ I weeks' nse, Khen yon see naw halr.lwhue Miss Stollard oresided Iline and downy at yes-but organ, Tho yomj-people Iclt really new all over the scalp. A little Panderlne 'doubles Ihc beauty of your halr.'No 1 rlifferpncn how dull, faded, brittle and f rcragjy. just moisten a cloth with Danderinc and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small f strand at a lime. The effect Imnied- j Into ami lialr' wJU be fluffy and nd have noon train for Ihcir home- in Xantoii, where Palrner 15 a member oE the provincial Hal ______________________________ FELICIA GRAHAM George Gralian) is offering a re- ward of ?500 tor tliat wlil ieaO to the illSL'OVpry, alive, ol his daughter, Miss Felicia Graham, M.A., of Kdmonton. The voting laily has been missing since .Vov. 15 laat, ami to anyone who gives information that wiH locale her the reward will be patil. Miss Graham is f> feet S inches (all, of good figure, full roimJ face, and 33 years oT ago." has a broad, prominent forehead, dark hair, f weighs about good natural teeth anil a slight mark on her neck, lite result of au operation for goitre. She is of fair complexion. In Kdmotilon shfe walked out from the Kena la Marchand mansions at J.30 p.m., Nor was last seen on tlie street in front of these prem- ises. At- Umc of her disappearance she wore a very dark green long mat, qsrfe dress; green vclour turncd-dctt'ii sailor of mink! furs ami hight black! lapo hoots, No. 7. j niaV he reported i lo the provincial to.the p1 Pure THIS "bonnie wee thing" is a FRY'S Cocoa Girlie. Her cheeks Src plump and a sunny, healthy, romp- ing little Jenny Canuck because she gets FRY'S regularly. She plays harder than most people FRY'S gives her richly back al! the spent more'to grow on Have you any little "pale faces" at home 1 Liven them up, build them up now with FRY'S.-' "Nothing will do but FRY'S" 25, at high neon at and'Mrs. J. D. Victoria Are., i i.u.iv Bramlon. when their daugh- j appearance oC ab'jndance; an fucom- Mam-c -Marietta, became tlie wlfo] lustre, softness anil linur- iance, the heauty and shimmer ot true hnir hraUh. J Get a small bottle of Knowlton's j Danrlerlne from any drug store or j cnunter. and prove Ihat your hair is as pretty and soEt as that ii lias been neglected or injured by careless treatment, A small'trial j bottle will double the beauly ol f ct Douglas John Corner, bridge, formerly oC Brandon. Ten Dollars Will Carry You a Long Way COUNTRY folks would come oftantr to (he city were it not [or the heavy coat of railroad fare.1 the country has It all the city in many ivnys, RlUl there ire curia in (o be had in tho cHr which cannot be obtained In Among tbose things Is proper kind "that grade American penKstry. Anil this month we vrill do your dental work and you ten dollars oa every fifty which yon would speml nt.our ular fixed prices. In not (hat a good In- ducement? And Dentistry As We Practise h U a Gentle Art Drs. Braner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentntr; PHONE 363 Oft Bik., 4 Doors from Hotel; Letbbridge LETHBRIOOC, ALBERTA CALGARY EIOHTH AVENUE t. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLCM5K. DANCE That Was to Be Held in Turin' Hall on March 7th, Has Been POSTPONED UNTIL MAR. 17th l 1 r -ff.03; it; frtt. ami premier SOT cnrmerrt in ceremonv was by the llev. J. George Miller, in the the Immeiliate relatives of the bridal couple. The bride entered the draw- ing-room on the arin of her father, to the strains oE the Mrl played Kathleen Modal. The 'bride charming in a whilo crepe Ry. Officials Are Holding gown draptd .wufi while gcorgctloi crepi: and trimmed with silk cmliroia- trctl Ince and touches "of rtoinly liaml work, she wore a pearl pendant blue nnd wlilto sappWres, the gift ot (ho groom, and carried a Vliower bou- quet of while roses and ferti. Following (ho certwonj- dinner was after which Mr. nntl Mrs. Cor- ner lett for Moose Jaw am! lleilieino Hat, where Uicy wl'.l epenil a shorl honeymoon, latev going to Ijelhhriilgs. where they -will lake up Iheir reai- denct. The bride's [ravelling suit w: A Final Conference in Ottawa On Friday of this week there will ha a final conference in Otlitwa between Hon. Dr. Hclil, minisler of railways and representatives of the railway companies, when a definite railway construction policy will be arrived.at. Following ihis the public may expect Iho regular annual construction an: luwncemenls of the, various companies. This ia the information brought bacfc WITH RNGERS! CORNS LIFT OUT r'reezone is Corns calluses lifi right off- Doesn't hurt a bit Deputation' Asks" That Special 1 of Reconstruction Be Created for Their Member .bu'l tho "cpnstrrictjon m; wvy bftbOr, but; akftltJd'liibr, which 4', ery ,_ ..m .-a comraunttr boildmff-as'Hre warit" blue sergo, with touches ol grey, froin Ottawa by Jtarnocfi of coat opening over a whlto georgette trie Board o! Trado. who, while away looking into the railway construction situation as regards tUc west! He tliat A. Buchanan, M. P., is In very close touch with (he authori- ties and is doing all he can to sec that j Southern Alberts is protected. Mr. Martioch pfofessed himself sat-J isfied the Lcthhrirtge-WE line silnalion as a result ot the inga by the Board of Railway Com- i j to The TIeralil) EDMONTON, March new phase proviticral politics developed this morning when a deyutstion of elec- fora from iiie constituency .of R'.bstone wailed on Premier Chas. Stewart And requesleil that their member in the legislatura Lieut. J. G. Tmgeon, should be made a ineiwrber government. Tho'ilc-pujation suggesied tho crea- Itou or a departmeiiL of re cons Unction with 5ir. Turgeou in cliarye. Premier Stewart told the deputation that (here were 56 .constituencies 'in the 55 of them think their member ought ID fce in (ho gov- ernment." He helil oiil no hope of cresting a cabinet position for .Mr. Turgeon or anyone che. defulatioti also brought up the subject of more (elepnone and road conElrucllon la connection pro- viding Tvork lor returner) men. Thai By an overwhelming majority the people of Western Can- ada have decided that Blue Ribbon "Mountain Grown" Tea is the best Ask for it. Hegarding (lie proposed lino strong rcrrcsr-ntations wero mado to Hon. Dr. lU-id thai tlw people In tills territory should he served wllh a road, and on his way home President Mntnoch Vlco-Presldnnt Coloman ol tho C. I1. R. with reference thereto. PROBE CHARGES OTTAWA, March Charges made by Mr, Hocken in the home pjainst the civil icrvlce commls- tion were under' dixuttlon al t. conference between A. K. Mac- Lean, minister In charge of civil rtrvice and members of the commission, accompanied by the secretary, WUHam For an. Later, it Is understood, the char- ges, with the viewpoint thereon of the com rnt KB loners, were taken up al. 3 meeting of tlis cabinet cCtfncM, U ii expected that a sUtement outlining the rrient't position will bt made in the- house, possibly this afternoon, A few cents buys a liny Imttle of ihc inagic FrcezoTic; al tiny ilrus Apply a few drops of Freczdne .upon a lender, aching corn or a cat-1 1 Jus. Instantly that troublesome corn nr callus stops liurllns, then shortly you lift It out. root and without j any iialn, soreness or irritation. These j UUlc bolllfis of Freefone' cotilain jusl nnongh to rid ihc feet-of crsry hard coro. soft corn, .c.oni .Jjftwce'l (fw, toes'ftftr! ihc; calluses Q.JI oL feet. So'easy! So simpif. Why OUE8EC RV. SOLO FOR THREE MILLION MOXTUBAU March Tho QUelirc and rKasvienay vnilvay was fioid al auction al tho torn- a c-Ricfrfi thla mo'rnlnit lo the Mttcnl Roycrii- .mcnt, tho price .being 313, Why! I Can see the Post Office Clock from the Other Side of the City I Don't Ned Glasses, The above or a similar rtmark b often made by patient, Mter we have advlied wearlna flIatsM. But, unless you follow in "out door" occupation ability lo dittant objectt, ont of