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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 6..1920 TIIE UTrilDRlDOE DAn.Y IKRALO FIFTEEN 1 Mr.1 PtRtONAL. I kindly connoted to become a i patron, of the Victoria League EniHSd. The league U affiliated i the I. .0. D: B to .Canada. the altcrnoon. and tie ta tie .__.-a ..t-.i.. uj .uuvuoua ou jie emerald day should he. ilelghln? party given By mem- bers ot the "Live Wire" clats ot Wes- ley church to Mrs. Grass's class last evralag waa enjoyed by forty persons. Souja were part of the fun ol tho'rWc and later the joy-riders unloaded at the hall to enjoy gauvss and refresh meats, An 0. R. 3. daHodil tea will' given at the home of Mrs. Maason; 533 7th Street South, on Weduesjuy after- noon, next, from1 hour of 3.30 until tiistem Star members and ttirir friends are cordially invited to be of i present. much xenertl interest wjll ceutre, took Uce at the of bride's par- is, Mr. and Gilbert MacDon- Id, Saskatoon, Col. for Calgary J. 8. Stewt amwd In t the tu y this afternoon from Edtuon- (on. Warren, motUar of Mrs. Meech. week for Yancour- Hoa. Walter Scott, "former premier Saskatchewan, and Senator J.'ft'. Kossjaro making a tour of the world are now eu route to India and ileathr'or IJjidy Katharine Coke the third vacancy to be filled tunoife tho Qtwen's I aillo 3 -In-waiting. i H. 'the Prince of "has SOCIAL. A ucred concert will be siren !n tha Majestic tomorrow (Sun. day) evening. A. splendid program consisting of orchestral, instnimeatal and Vocal selections and recitations will, b? Poors open at S.45 p.m. and a eilver collection will bo taken. .1 Upr the Major Jack Ross chapter's bridge on tie afternoon o( the seven- A very charming lea was giveo yes- terday uflernooii at the home ot Mrs R. W. Ixing for Mrs. Warren who is shortly leaving for tho coast, with Mrs. Long and Mrs. H. Cull as hostess es. Ths tea table, which was preltlls centred with daffodils, was presides over by Mrs. Hldpith Mre. Warren was presented with a handsome writing portfolio with th expressed wish thiit sho use II fre- Qitantly In remembering the uiver upon her departure. A very pleasing [unction took plac Croa army gjimaaatle wboola are tirited o cornoitiftfcate headquartwj ol 13 If they to become Suci tettrcctors ate paid a small The meejioj of the St St. AuSunallae Auf.l- 'ary wifl be held on Monday afteruooc at .3.30 o'clock. All members are par- ticularly requested to be present. M The G. I. A. ;w7li hold Its regular eoting on Monday afternoon in the I. .O.yOrF. at 3 The Art Needlework Club wll! meet at the home 61 J. A. Youaj, 5th Aye. Soulh, at I o'clock on Mon- day afternoon.'-I CQESESLEFT IWIHILE War AvkaM.v ScttM Trio Will Pay Exprases teenth at tho Masonic hall, chair was taken by Mr. T. f ,2.30_ Qurr. An interesting program of read ngs and musical relictions wai ren dercd under tho'direction ot Mr. Stpt n addition to these Sir. Soady gav an exhibttou of the art'of slight laud. After the program Mr. Gordo loss, representing the Hoard took th platform and in i neat and C.ttln_ speech presented Mrs. leader, wllli a purso of money, to which suitable response was made. At the same time a handsome inisic ca'se presented" to Miss Olander as organist. Congrat- ulatory addresses were made by the pastor and members of the Roard oil the splendid aud faithful work and service rendered by the choirs ot the, church under their efficient leader. The evening was brought to a close by the serving of lunch. ANNOUNCEMENTS The engagement ot Miss Amy Sparks, daushter of Sir AsV.ey Lndy Sparks, of to Van Du zer -Burton, son of Frank 3. Burton; of New York, has been recently, ah nounccd. Sir Ashley Sparks, manag ing director .of the Cuuard. Etoamship last March was created a Knighl Commander of the Order of the Brit Ish Umpire. Miss- Sparks is a debu MARY WANTED -FREEDOM O Three celestials went away from laglstrate Inrln's police court Sat rday morning wearing a smile An ther of friendly which put ene'of their race In th ended without any ot thei eltlnj, beilnd the bars. Won Chow Von Jung and Won Ming were dlv misseil oil a charge of assault lac Sing. They decided to pay for N lag's hospital treatment >o Magistrate Irwln chiced them cm tielr way. Nlug will able to leare the hospital seit it The Chinamen have to pay the costs of cojirt. BOLSHIE8 ATTACK FINLAND LOS ANGBLBS, Ca.1.1, March Mary PIckford wiH'ncvtT marry again but will devote remainder of her ife to motion pictures, according to an interview she gave here last nigh .0 the Los Angeles' Times. This wa: :he first statement Bhe had made to lite press since ,she was granted a divorce from Owen Moore, Tuesday at .Mlmliii, Nevada. "1 soughua dlvo'rce. because I wanl ed to Miss'Pickford said "Mr. Moore is a cliarming man most Ihere are many in stances where- even two genial per sons caunot agree." 9 O O ORGANIZE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S CLUB, LONDON 4t ff Q 'LONDON, Ont., .llarcli inary steps toward the organization of a university women's club in this city have been taken un'd'er the auspices of ttie Western University alumnae. Mrs. K. P. McWilllams, of Winnipeg, presided of the Woman's University Clubs in Canada, .was present at tho meeting; along1 with representatives II: LONDON, Mirth vlki have begun another attack on according to the Centra! News correrpendtnt at fors. After a heavy artillery bam-; bardment on Wednesday, at- tacked the Finnish positions it Sutjervi. ALL-RUSSIANS BOYCOTT JANIN LONDON. 51 arch Jules Janin, commander of the Czecho- slovak army In Russia, says the Times Chita correspondent, has been boy colled by the all-Russians for signing the order delivering up Admiral Kol chak to the Reds. Th'b corresponded adds that "Janln justified his act on the ground that'lhe Reds tlirealencd to tear up Ihe rails if Kolchak was no' surrendered, and death of one man was preferable to the stoppage of the evacuation ot the allied troopi." time ofdaif BAKER'S COCOA, is welcome Do not make Ac ni of think- ing that cocoa is only an occasional drink. It is so valuable a food beverage, so rich in the elements of nutrition, so deli- cious in flavor, 'and so, wholesome that it I should be used. regularly and often. '-Booklet of Ckaict Redpts sent frte. WALTER BAKER CO. LIMITED SS' ESTABLISHED 1TM MONTREAL, CANADA .DORCHESTER, MAjffi. When willow furniture will no, Ion-, salt waler, It may be turned to ger become white when scrubbed with i bronze color with bitumen. BLUE RIBBON PRIESTS GET MONEY WINNIPEG, March 5.-7-J. A. Senlcal, a former contractor of St. Boniface, wl10 was not unduly In- fluenced when making his will, leaving from western untverfitieB; the Univeri-i Property amounting to J100.MO to Ity of Toronto, Mc'CIll and seven prietts In St. Bonlfnce, accord-, Cornell. Mrs. Neville presided at the Ing to a judgment handed down by! meeting. Justice Curran today. The question! was raised by relatives that Jlr: Sen-1 leal was not In a sound mind when he' recently returned froni years' service us a Heuteuauv'in tlife French artillery. i... THIRD The Third Contest 'will be held on MONDAY, MARCH M To avoid monotony we are changing. the''foim of the contest as follows: In the local display ads. on number of letters will be omitted from certain words: WHAT TO DO Find the missing letters and from them make up many of towns, and In Alberta as you can. of .mere postoffices will not count. The prizes will be awarded for the mott names (not sent In. First Second Prize 2.00 Third Prize ,.V. .1.O; In the event of a tit, the first envelop opened _wlll re- celve 1st prize; second 2nd prize, afid on. ;'j Competitors must be regular >ferald.' How to Send in Your Sblution ff 'WEPDINGSi j The mnrriagc took ulacc in St, George's Cliurcli, Ottawa, of Mary, only daughter of the Into Rev. Canon Arthur Phillips, of Hawkeslmry, ami Mrs. .riiilKus, to Dr. KeitU Cameron, of Perth, son of tha late Dr. Alec. Cameron, of Lanark, aiul Mra. Cam- eron.-Rev. Charles .Phillips, rector of Ivlotcalfo. and brother of Ihe liride, ofticialcil, assisted by Hev. S.- Guilds, curate ol St.'George's Church. At the Mcthodbt Church, Parry Sound, Ont., ihe marriage of Mary uaughter of Sheriff antl to Mr. Allard li It levels all ranks! i The ricfci must have it because no other is quite so good and the poor have long since found out thai Blue Ribbon Tea is the most economical. made the will. One of Trustees For The Objects of the Fund k .cut but the Simply of (Ke.ydye'rtleert, the ItttentVafe'Mtg'ifrig and Ittlcrs. Follow this witji (He list of nnnieVof clilsl, towni irfd.vllfiiget In NO LETTER MAY BE USED MORE THAN ONCE IN ANY ONE l NAME. It Is Io show the manner in which you find (he ktters to avoid d'sqtrnliflciitlon. t your solution to The Competition Department, Lethbridge Herald, L'etlibrldge, Alta. All solutions must be In by Man Thurs- ThiFJaLlJOWING POINTERS MAY HELP YOU: plenty of time. You have until noon on Thursday, In which to In your solution. There It no advant- age ln''getting your solution In before then, ai all the before btf'ntffintd, are mixed. Remember that only Local Oicplay are Included. Advertisements on pages two and are reckoned at Classified Ads., and are not Included. (3) Read very carefully all the Local Display Ads. on All Ihe other pages and when you find a missing letter, write down partic- ulars as grven above before you forget, It. (4) Renumber that although another competitor may find _ more miasFnu letters than you It not follow that he will1 make more names of, towns, and the.prizes are for names, Watch the paper lot particulars of the Fourth Con- test to be held on THURSDAY, MARCH Hth, You'll enjoy its novelty, Don't SnfeM Eczema Codcnra Soothes at Once Firet.bathe the affccied part with. -.Qittcura Soap and hot.walcr. Dry 'gently. rubjOn.Cuticura.Oiht-' ment, rTlii3'( treatment not only but in ..most cases hcala distressing' eoenus, rashes, irnta- Son.' Ke. OlnfeMtt If n) We.- SoH IbrouehoutthcDoriiLiion'. CcnooianDepofc Ltm-ud Pool McmlicJ. DYE THAT SKIRT, COAT. OR BLOUSE "Diamond Dyes" Make Old, Cliabby, Faded Apparel Just Like Dun'l worry ntiout iwtrcct rcaulta ITso "Uinniond Euarnutced to give a now. rlrh. fiulolcs.s color to aliy fnhric. whether it be silk, linen, cotton or mlscd sloeJiinps. skirta, ohildrcn's coats, leathers, tlrnpcrlcs, covorliiss, Tlie Direction Itnok with'each pack ago IcILs so ii.aiiiiy how to dlum dye over any color itiat you can nol a mistake. To match any material, havo drug Blat show you "Diamond Hyo" Color Jolm 'D. Higinbotham 1ms been ap- lidintcd a layman trustee oh tho board ot trustees or tho Slratlicniia Trust Fund for Alberta, Announcement to this effect was mane morning. Mr.-Iliginhn'ham has received crahle ''information concerning the workings of the Strathcona Trust Kimd. .While eirilaininE nlc today Mr. Higinbolbnm that was' given to tho Minisler of Militia and Defence by Strathcona to en- courage physical training in .schools of all classes. On this sum the Do- minion government nays four per cent, interest, which brings to the fund about annually. The Department o( Jlllitia and De- fence'administer the fund Without costs and the annual intor'eat is dis- tributed among the provinces pro rala, according the attendance at the schools. A local committed Is ap- lointed in each province to adminis- er the fund. The committee Is com- of three military men and two I aymcn. Tho senior military- of Iho district has charge of the funds, i Of the grant to each province, fitly cent IB Io be used (or physical I .raining, thirty-five per cent, for lalti-1 drill and fifteen per cent, fur rifle'shooting. 'Kach provlnofl has to make physical Iraining A portion of !hc, curriciilitm in every public school. The province has also tn agree to en- cournso the formalion of cadet corps. Under the rules of tho trust the militia dopnrlmcnt baa to supply racliilles for teachers of both sex to become efficient in physical training. The dc-partincnt has Io supply Instruc- tors. It also has Io pay authorized grants Io teachers Qualified and act- ing as Instruclors of cadet corps and has to supply these corps with arras and equipment. Tho following courses are given by the tnllitfa department and all cost of Ihcse Is paid for by tho militia de- partment and not out ot the funds of the ttust: (1) Physical 30 hour course for s-chool teachers, men and wotnen, Io u.uallfy to inslrl'fl children In the schools for certificates. (2) C'aclol inslruclor's military i! and C, as for lieutenants, militia; plus U grade physical (rafriing certificates. This is for men only for Grade A certitiralOt (3) .Physical. Iraining Inslruclor's eight week courM. to qualify tors to Instruct teachers and prospec- tive teachers. Is for men and women and gives the "Physical Training Cadet Certificate." Every school, whether public, jrl- LENTIN FOOD Macaroni is the perfect answer to'the food requirements during the Lenten Season. v because you can prepare it in over 100 of the most delicious and appetizing dishes you ever ate, MACARONI is specially welcome at this period when abstinence froirt animal food is the rule. A FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY, RICH OR POOR. ORDER A PACKAGE GROCER. Now Is The Time To Dig Up-4 Your spring clothing of all kinds and have them cleaned and pressed. Maybe by careful management you can keep from buying that suit this spring. pieces are With our splendid plant and equipment, together with a competent staff we can make your worn suits look ALMOST LIKE NEW..