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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAftCH 8, 1920 HKIIAUV PAGE KI.EVEN Maclntyre anil Beresford, snd .Corp.' E, -Thoawon san? coupte of vocal lon. Corp. J. K. Thompson wishes to tktuk Masoa and Rbch Com- ny (or the loan ot the piano and o the tor publicity given i Friends of Mrs. Angus Roy will Pleased to learn thai she Is recovering from a severe, attack of tonsllHls. Mrs. Hllller ot MaidstoM. Sask. who Is visiting her mother, Mrs. John I Scott, was the goest of honor at a charming' tea given by Mrs. i', Jlri.X. of Frank and Ms. Kenny and Mrs. Rogers on Friday at ft W. of Edmonton are ternooa. Ptnk caraatkros were pro visiting In the efty with fasf'7 tor purposes i e I and the daintU? appointed tea tabl oxer by Mrs. Mr. Auty ot Calgary Is spending few days in the city.. and 'SJr.i J. 'p. PoweU tare re- Tho Canadian Girls In Training o Ibc United are invited to al A will be given by the W I Hard aud Coniral W. C. T. U. at ke home of Mrs. C. S.- Farrow, on Thursday evening, March llth. at I o'clock. A good program of aualc ai recitations has been prepared and Xias Lewis, who baa had wide aerlehce Jn deaconess work, will fire address. All ladles the city are invited to be present. WEDD1NC.S turned from Portland anil arc Kiio'sts of Mrs. Duasworth. tne lead an Irish Party firen -by the Hisses Fat aad Morten O'Rafferiy in i United Church Hill at 7.36 p.m. on' B. left this morning 'Tuesday eTfaing, Majck Will for Warner, to assist1 the pastor be prepared to give the forward movement campaign. song, recitation or story, Mrs. Mertnn Craig who has been! A silver tea will be siren at the the feuest M Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Craig home ot Mrs. Hanson. 5JJ 7lh St. for the past weak has retuned to her south on Wednesday afternoon from jjo f, o'clock. All 0. K. S. mem- bers and friends are cordially invited home in Bowville. Mr. H. J. Flock ot Cardslon spent the week-end in the city. 'i Mrs.' W. A. R. Cocc- returned on Saturday from Toronto. Mr. Godden of the Standard Bank, The marriage look place on Wed ntsday evening. March 3rd, fcl.the Kirst Presbyterian 'church, Portland Oregon, of Ira Ernest I.yads, son o Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lynda of Burdett, formerly of Lethbridge. to Alice toria .Cascadden, youngest o Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ttlbot Cascad den, former residents of now Portland. The ceremony wa j performed by Rev. Boudinot Seely Mr. and Mrs. Lynds will reside I: Rosebsrg, Oregon. H CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The tournament of the Lethbridg to be pment, The Sonday evening concert In the Majestic Theilre last night was well attended. A. varied program was thor- oughly enjoyed by life audience. The Colonial Concert Orchestra under who has been relieving at Burdalt, has Charles Bereatord'a direction opened returned to the city. concert rendition of the "Morning, Noon and Night" overture Mrs. F. H. 'Hotter and IHUe daugb- which tvas played remarkably well Annie, left today for Sloui City, Mr. G. W. Parsons In his vocal solos Iowa, where they will make an extend- was veil received. Miss Arrll Little ed visit with relatives. it, Sick or vfi Hctdaclut, 'Kturalgia; Kid. Trwtllt, Pain 'm sia -t'oU pflicticms; a made from Fruit talnin; of tMla siie, Ka, dMleo or Mat yoitpuA hr Fsoot bv rndkiosr a amendmen 31r. Klnr Indicated EEH Bjt 'P. M.D. DJ12 TOOTH Chess Club has-been completed uad ment stated that gorerument was the results wjll be announced at the! incomuelent, unsuitable, and had run ifj-course. "Not oaly; baa ilr. King moved Ills amendneet, hut he persist- When, the baby baa reached the age of two- i years, his Urn-' porary.teWk In place, nail liiinliMi In 'IIf- Is to set 'ood to grow upon. IK ala 'an 'twenty little white -with, 'sharp jcusps. His1 'teeth thouU Mrronnted .by healthy: pink --------laKd cm tfte by apple- and on the by an -little that is trying day te muter the English lang- period chew tec aad-nuM be ot the type-that- The circulation of UM fe.tfcf Boitfc a firm prMiitm the (tuna, U> itart rmam Vkwd tack to ftiitot. WkM tooi b tirt tto wet Up-' oMf iMMbnae IJBM 'at the tofectioa Quickly Also, the con- stant of that THE NEW CAFE OPENS TOMORROW Equipped in every detail to serve appetizing and substantial meals at popular prices. You Are Invited to After- noon Tea Without Charge TUBS. WE Afternoons from 2.30 to We hope the citizens will accept Trie Yat KIONEY Churebes Block, ground floor. testiraony 8 o'Qlbc.k.', V 'Regular weekly Wednesday nt Wnat rrominent Ontario Women Say found Dr, Picra'l Fftvorilo 1'rwcriplion very bcnclicwl during expectancy. 1 fell quite iworly, WM coidd not cat nny-' tliiug nnd I wu extremely nervous nnd weak. I took 'Ffivorite And it soon stopped IhonauEca, Ott Block 212 Fifth St. S, c d also my alrcngth and I WM toon feeling fine and fitronj, My'1 liaby wiu atronc nil hcaUliy ana 1 consider 'Ksvoritfl a areal help to llio ospcctnnt 1 imcnJ Sir Thomas. Opposes General Election Sir added: "There is noth- ing in the world disturbing; to trade conditions as a gcnei-al election, and 1. for one, am strongly opposed to elections at such short intenrals-." "I am certain that as far as con- stitutional questions are concerned thfre1' is no such said Sir "and it is tha duty of tho premier arid his government to carry on unlll such time as, in the'discretion and judgment of tho prime minister, lie thinks It proper io Silviao the gov- ernor-general to parliament or until the government has sustained defeat in this house. 0. K, been said that tlie Franchise Act' is not fair. I do not agree wllh that. It one took tha trouble to study the statistics of the 1917 elec- ion he wosld find Ihat In every case the majorilies were so large that the volo made no difference In the actual result. And if you elimin- ated every woman voter from the 1017 election, you would still have the same result. There never was a more decisive result, and fit I say, there never was a clearer mandate. "And again, if that person will reat the mandate prepared by prime minister in 1917, lie will find that ii deals with war problems and lems arising out of the war. hare ninny 61 tiiesc problems with us today and. wo shall conUnuo to hare then for many years to come. I would think the government would be entirely ml: interpreting Its mandate If It lor one moment thought of appealing lo country at the present Tnobfes Sweep IW probably at in the world's history heart and troubles prevalent as. they iTbe heart can't stand the :Sirasi aiii this busy, biisJllu.K. Kriox ban- the care and worry, the anxttly.' and (luet: 'Tuesday !at J. W.'M. ot business, life, constitute a meet lii tlie Tuesday at serious drain OIL the, ajrstem, S p.m.', niiVager's meeting in'the the business of 'this worlj-a-ilay tryi'Wednisday, no class; Iw.orld goes with rush that the Tday at Mias Perkin's camy will meet" in. the ladies' parlor. evening owing to the debate In he. United Church the midweek ser- vice Is. Thursday at 7..30 p.m., Boy Stouts meet In ihe club :t" the b.eart and ne.n'e systeni Is'slmply WrWlU Ho'peweij Ave., jwlU contlnM.j OvLi sutfeT- an tlmo wiih. hei.rt, utted a number of doctors, but got no relief. Ho.wever, 1 what 51il- buni's Heart and tferve Pills had dpno for others, who had (he s'aiuc symp- toms and thought 1 wpuld give them trial. Ilelievc. m.e, six boies cured me completely. I am ( room. Friday u 4.15 Junior choir: and can attend to my w.ork every' day. Friday S p.m., seakirj I can recomnxeiid. .VQUT W choir practice., On, SuivOay next the suffering as 1 did." anniversary sinless will be held! Rev. ,C.' B. Bla.a.4 of Cahjary will, be, a, special pastor.. United Churchy-Monday eTenlng, Price 50Q a box at all dealers pr mailed direct on .pri.ce by T. Mllbiirn Co.. JprQJito, Bread Kirkby-s Is the. kind of bread that Is real bread. It offers you every bit of wholesome- ness and, noun hment- Umt- is possible to get of- the grain, it's not only. healthful, but its delicious flavor and; crispy crust mikes It most jLaiatable too. KIRKBY'S 606 THI.Rl! AVENUE SOUTH mother ntid am chd lo recom lloi A HAMILTON WITNESS natnilton, (ew ftgo 1 was slricJien down nnfl WAH confined about ten days. MyKlrcnglhalllcftmo. It WM my first illness sinca A cWld. I lost five pounds nnd (ell awfully weak I hardly do my I advised to try Picrco'rf Fnvoiito Prescription in tahlftt form'. J tried a coupla ol CFR i liiicw I wn3 ftofi e front Arid' bsd I f'An Dr. I'krcc'-i Favorite Prcscnptiwi to liMild one K' '-MA11TIN, 397 Dundvirn fit, Afkr .suffering pnffi, Tvc.ik nnd dawn by vreak-. nesses of her oyw sunken, block''j circles and imlc a woraan M( nuicVly the I'svorilft.' In looVs, lor alter Uiking Dr. itc Prescription tho skin becomes vyta brijibltr, tho chw-ki plump, E.P.R.1L March Can ndfan rnclfic Railway Jus firm oni equipment orders lotalllng about These orders call for: equipment. 2500 ality-ton cars; reiriccriitors; 5CO auto mobile cars, end 67 oro cars. equipment, ]2 al jiar.6! 53 sleepers; 13 coroparlmen ami 24 haggngc cars. ,Tlio company will bo aWo lo execute