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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FW1DAV. MAHCU 7, LKTHWUIHiK DAILY HKKALD PAtiEKLEVE? PERSONAL Ucut. J. T. Whitney, tl.A.F1.. and Miss Lsatel WhKney, LA.lt, o[ Bow IslanJ, arc visiting their imele, Mr James Lieiil. Whitney has just arrived from overseas auJ is in consulting Dr. Taylor lor defective the Injury beliig done in one nt Ms crashes In Hie air. (he main mbc bunMing. othrruise he is (n ihe best ot healtb. Mr. and S. Davis and son, ot Pair view ranch, Coalhurst, ore vl sit- ing in the city with Mrs, Davis' moth- er. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Porter. T. Lonfivortfa. president of the >V. V. A., was in the city yesterday awl today. Mrs. Cassidy and daughter of Chin Coulee are yucsts oT Mr. acil Mrs Redmond. Mrs. S. GailmiUh lett yeslcrdaj adi'rnoon to visit In Vancouver other coastal cities. i Miss Doles ivho the misfortune to sprain her ankle several days ago still coufiiied to her home. Miss Davis of Spring Coulee wilt lie a visitor in (he city shortly. Mr. asd Mrs. W. Matthews have re- the meeting of the Credit Men's As- sociation. Percy Forester, and th.' lo AUlson ami Mrs. S. U. Good. ;A delicious buffet lunch was served, I and music anl reudlpgB wore very much cnjoyc-l during the Test ot tha{ cvcuiny. Miss Hcnuiugtoii has been i ;a teacher In Wesley during her resi- dence here for six years uud will Isa i very much missed In this department j ol tbo church vrbere she has many friends. evoEing was the occasion for] another gay sleifiliing party which was jlwen by the liig Ilruthers' ot Kuox ihurch at which they entertained ;i! number of Ihcir frfeorla. About ,25 iples were praaenl antJ after merry Metuh-ritle about the city, .he tarty at Uio home of Mrs. McEachern v-'htre ample: justice was done to o delightful hot fupper, An informal dince ivouuil up Iho evening. SOCIAL EVENT! t Miss Jean Ilroclic- entertained ri number ol little friends alia jolly parly on Wednesday aClcr> noon. The young people were (aket as w for a Ions sleigh rido alter which u took pl2ce at Miss home Mrlicre the merrymakers partook uf a dainty lunch. CHURCHES AND tf ff ff fj .j A united meeting of tlie Ladies' Aid and the Mission Circle of the Baptist church was held yesterday afternoon The meeting was attended and a Rreal amount ot work plaunci! tor Hie coming year. Don't force! to hear Mrs. N'ellio Me- sit Wesley church on Suctlay uiorninB anil evening. Also on Mon- day evening on "Three Times and Out." A new Fltlimicnt of bath ruga has arrived at the Red Cross rooms. These have beoti sent nway to he woven and are very useful aad serviceable ar- tides. They are on sale and aqy cjf i the of Ihe city wishing for! ruga may purchase Ihflin by calling at the Red Cross rooms. I The following letter was received 1 HanilcrE. Jan. 2C. 1310. Dear Madam. Tfic conslRnmc-nt of apples of which you haj previously scut notice and which wo liad almost given, up hope ot seeing arrived iast ISiey j opened np in splendid shape after' their long journey and were of No. 1 Quality. They were indeed a treat. Please acecpt the thanks of the battery for well as former donations so thoughtfully sent by your ara expecting to on our ,'ard journey in Ifce. course of the next few days having already got there. Mrs. T. S. Fclterly was hostess at a delightful cverjing Tiursclay tn hon- or ot Miss llcnnipgloti. al which the entertained the teachers in the junior department ot Wesley church. About eighteen ware present, Including Rev. and Jlrs. C. B. Crags. After a short business meeting all took part In ai; fntercstiriK contest of Dible characters, tbe flrat prizes going to Jlrs. Cragg and Mils Trenholmo, tbe Eeccnd to Bennlngton anu Mrs. GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN RELIEF Yon don't have to nib it u to get quick, comfort- ing relief son tor the many good things sent us during our sojourn here. Until [hen I beg lo remain. Yours very truly. Xo. 301859 Or. W. SCOTT, 39th Bttterr, C.F.A. PROTHEON CLASS PRESENT EXCELLENT PLAY Once you've tried it on that stifl joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu- matic twinge, lame bark, you'll find a ivarni, soothing relief you never Iliougli'lVliniment coald produce. Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss, wastes no time in applying, sure .ui lo give results. A-large bolile really splcndli! production, means economy. Your own or any t. oilier druggist has it. Made in Can- ada. Get it today. Thp. Protheon Yonns Ladies' CUss; ol Wesley showed themaeWea lo he experts at putting on in evening ol; tun. when they preKnted "Miss Fear- less fc eftttivs in Wes- ley titll. and fur- nishlne In all ttlrec acts showed on un-.; usual amount of gbod turte and evidence of All the care-and the girls had expended upon them. The plot was well carried through and all the humor and fun brought oul Vas greatly enjoyed by everyone present. This gifted company of amateur players wfil repeat their per formancc lonlgriU curtains lo bo i at S.30 pronipl. The enllro pro- .ceeds are to be dcvoteil to the dona-1 Itlon ot tho class to. the building fund. No one should miss Ihe opportunity ot seeing this performance, >s it Is Sloans Me, Uc, and THIS MOTHER ANDJAUGHTER Both Well by LydUE. Pitkkaai'i Vegetable r Compound Stwlc, A "During thf Change at TJfe i had hotftMhej, ww nervous, nn IJdciwn, rick JhcmUchrt for two I or dftTl tt't 1 time. I IE. 1 i am much ftronger Band better In every My I broke down lut I Jam from teitdiinir. iKhoal without rwt, tut, has VrgetiihlQ m tile Blood MHicinjr 214 yardr wlclc-for, yard.........'.. I3C I only 8-1 or 2 yards wide in Sheet- CC_ IDE, (or yard. DOC In ready made sheets. We've Just piled 'up a liean ot them. Size 72x90. Make your selection personally. Kor each -l nn S1.29, tl.75 and Pillow Cases, size all ready liem- for use. Special. One Dresser Scarf, I6i24, neat emhioid- ered rattern, 18x30, or 1 One only, Scarf, 15x36, floral tern, J One only. Tray Cloth, 16x24, n or One only, Tray Ctoth, !Si36, i np at Itfad One only. Tray Cloth, lSx27, QAp at One Linen Cosey Cover, 1 9C at Two only, IJahy Cases. t and "One only; Huck Towel, IDxSa. rrt OUC One only, Huck Towel, :22x3S, OC at................................ 5 only, Embroidered Spreads, size n Aft Ibices 14-50, J5.75, ?0.50f Ladlee' Cashmercfte white cr black, two domes, pair on.ly. Blacli S'lk' Boot Hose, OUR LARGE AND VARED -LINES OF SILK Jiavo heen the comment of tbe city. Here's another new one. DAPHNE CREPE. Thts is a now line com- ing direct tn us from France. Highly recom- mended for its durability, yet It'h sheer and will be used -people who care, jji closely follows a only much more dUnthTe. Nothing better for ladles' children's rircsws or underwear. Colof'a shrimp, ivory, putty, rose. 40 inches wide, per AA yard 6.UU Rubber and Overshoe Sale, Last Day Sat., Mar.8 MEN'S TWO BUQKLE OVERSHOES'' Sizes 6 io 12. Hegular 54.00. o ne Special MEN'S ONE BUCKLE OVERSHOES rolled sole. Regular Size; 1 o 'CA lo 11. Special MEN'S SPECIAL BUSHMAN'S OVER- SHOES Mule with heavy rolled soles, sttes 1 to q AA 11. Regular 54.25. Special J.UU MEN'S SLIP-ON CLOTH TOP OVER- SHOES Styles Douglas ami Arcadia. Sites C to 1 OC 11. Regular 5225. Special liO3 MEN'S PLAIN STORM. FRONT OVER- SHOES In eKher American or English sizes i OP G lo 10. negnlsr Special ItOtf MEN'S ONE BUCKLE OVERSHOES Sizes 6 to 11'. Regular In wlut to The magistrate re Kuse the benoSt o! the doatt and dlsctisrseil h'm ordering the home hrrw to HOSPITAL SHIP ARRIVES Jlairc, iMarch tosjiity! shl.) lisrcy'jJbo arrived berft lr.tr trvhy from Liverpool with ojl voiindtcl Canadktu so'.iHers. Egg" Der Esgo UnWnj Powler, Ih. tins, per tin Honey, ['ride of Ontarloi per tiji Honey, I'tlde of 6s, per tin Hudson Hay Tea, No, 2, lisr Hecepllon Wnfcrs, Chrlslits, per tin Corn 9tnrcii, per packet Acwlia Codflsli, 2 Ib...... 51. I'. Sanr.c, per PHONE 313 25c 75c 1.00 1.95 65c 55c llollcil Oals. S Ib. sacks, each Nabob Coffee, per lin Flka Flakes, Kellogg's, per pkl................................. Maple oz. hollies, oach in Royal Excelsior, catli................................. Snlad.i TCP, Illuu t-atjcl, per lit.................................... Grahini Wafcra, Christies, per lin. fn OUC Cocoa. 1-ls, 1'jc, la u 45C Chicken lin We Please Others We Can Please You 60c 35c- 65c 54c 14c 45c 25c 75c Grape Kruit, 2 for Oranges, per dozen, 35c, 45c nnd Rhubarb, per pound Sweet T'-laincs, 3 Ihs. for Leaf Lettuce, IJOP 55c 29c 26c A FRESH STOCK OF TELFER'S FANCY BISCUITS. NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY. 9 Ihs., from, per dozen 30e to.......................... Tomato thutuby. Ileln7, per Lottie Sfierrlft'a Marmilade, 1 Hi. lin PROMPT DELIVERY nit-ipatlon on I.Dko Erin .will OHEU Ihis season. It was by steam- ship agcnls. ncrttsi tij" :0clroll will roiiko Ihelr tlril Trih Sl'Ont March 10. and bnlvccn Cleveland nnil Buffalo, ;