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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKUWli UAIl.Y HKKALD Many Women are choosing tneir Outer Garments And a good plan it is when stocks are fresh and new, when the very choicest styles of the entire season are to be had, and you will be needing such garments in the .very.near future. here preseat the greatest; variety ef choice we have ever had to show and values in every instance are easfly the best within reach. GbtsMeeh Churches LIEUT. "JIMMY" TUPPER, FORMER MOUNTED POLICEMAN HERE, TALKS ABOUT STEFANSSON Anne Merrill) on a Uoy sled, and i LONDON, laid up there with typhoid (ever, thus s-iun looked more like a scholar, or making H impossible' for him to under- musician, than anything i'lsiv You Siberian trii- biuiself. I und- M never have laktu him lor an ex- trbtaiuj ho since suii Storker Siurker- sjn in charge of tb'i I According to Tapper, never loont-d strong cauug'u to tho hardship.-; or faco tbe perils in---- parable from sui-h Journeys as lie was always attempting; but ho was "I ADVISE EVERY SIEK WOMAN lilorcr, if you bad hapiK'HC-d 10 him 'uuuiiie.' This rt'tiiark'-was tuarie to ni? To Try Vegetable die-amor of groat dreams aiiJ Ms v el toys spirit outrode his delicate IIU appearance, however, LOVELY SUITS OF SERGES AND GABERDINES to SMART TWEED SUITS Very popular this sea sou. 545.00 to HANDSOME NOVELTY SKIRTS Jn silks or novelty worsteds. to COATS New cape and other novelty moclolr. to WONDERFUL DRESS STYLES Silk. Georgettes and Serges in magnificent variety, to GEORGETTE AND CREPE WAISTS Very latest effects In most elaborate styles. to CLARKE CO. Third Avenue South LETH BRIDGE Knox evening, J. O. C. will give uUtTialmueut It) Lt. Jauies McD. Tuyper ol Can school room of church. aiJinn cavalry, one ol the COr) It. X h is that the CMUKCation will M. 1'. who aro alioul to bi> ik-innh- Phtrcnlze lha In tliis cinerLain- ilized from the" cavalry, and murn uitnl. Tuesday evening. V.'uwii's .Mis- to the Mounted Polks tua-iquarura slcmary Society wjll ni'.-ei in the in KtsLi'.a, tlKiicc to he redisinbuu-1 school room of the chuuli ai 10 various outposts throughout. waa hardly that of u "husky The ul inoci l.'unuda. Fourteen offktrs ami ol iht north.yf' i In the vestry at S u'cltjck. Wednesday tuber ranks came over en leave Tuj.yer described Kteransson evening, the' C.U.I.T. v.-ill mtcl in the from tin.- force lo help the war heart and soul In aay undertaking. For school room of the church ut and Now ihty are going back wish new Instance: V.'liea he came to Hcrschpll will to aditrCEsed by i'ha.i. ML-- recruits added to their remaining mim Island and was preparing for the Si- Ivitiop. Saturday evciiins. Hi" bc-r-i. bsrian jouruty. Tuppor recalled, lio'.v listers will huW on T.-a yisJ "Jimmy" Tupjrer joined tin: iie siwnl laborious days huilJins ati Cucdy Sale in the jnoin rj[ the Mounted Police in at the ot "igloo" (a snow house) out or solid t'h-orch 3-00 10 C IXt-rylioiy IS, in trie ranks, slartlug with the hloc-ks of Arctic and when On -llip 17th. ihi1 lorce at where he remain- it was completed a line atrue- jiii-os c[ (lie their, I'Lniihig, AMI- cd UU3, his commission turo it was'' observed Ihe narrator) erica'.-; leading baritone .'.ill appear in linrl goitiy la the Kdumntun stefunsstm wanted some of friends HULK clmrcli. Tickcu l.-e liail from tnet in T.H5 It. Later, he went north, to conic out and occupy it with him in any members ol the having been posted to the famous order to test Us qualities of comfort Wesiev__Monday iiii'M Mrs XolHc made [latlLetlcally, and serviceability, Mrdurs o! Bdniomuii" famous through the disaster to tins i. The friends wore frankly skeptical. her popular ad'ir. lilc Fitzgtralil aul partv' refuslDR to "try out" Ihe explorer's 'and The l-'inirc will in 1510 aiut. spent IS-months iu the domicile, with tho result ihat hs was commence at sliair. Cliildron IOIIR enough, be'bitterly ?o much sc, In- adu'la i5c. Tuesday, UK cffk- alfirnu'J, though stating it was ii very' dc-ed, that when he was 111 vrllh typh- iaj board'juoetlng. nit-nibL-r of Interesting, jf not bis pleasantcfit post. old. the sick man talked ot llttl? elsft tl't- oificial board is to be iirifs- "1 f'r3t- saiJ Lt. hlurlng the deUriutn than MJ cut. Wednesday at S, weekly Turner, "when He arrtvea at Htrsch ''I advise every rafferiaf tt take Lydit E. Pinkhun'i iCompottnd tot it hat me M nwd: la mj puafo) Jpenoda, I [for six vid tried mtar withoat benefit. The dottM wid I and praise practice. departii.-c-ut at 7 in the hall, Tuesday, sochl evening lor th'j girls at Ihe home of Hruce. at S, prayer service in hali. Tliursilny, at aM; at S, board of stewards rriJay at S. choir til Islatnl on the 'Polar on Sept. He was then on his way out- leaving the Hhnnt Sent. feilure to persuade Irietids to "sample" hU snow Of his OWE experiences it was more dilllcult to the R. X. W. M. P. llth; :ind I did" not sec him again cCt'cer In lalk. though he could have until tlie middle of Xuvembcr. when: told stores pf. many he came to tlie R. X. W. M. P. bar- months on the DawEon Patrol vhen racks at HersclK'l. travelling with with a .-crEeant. tour costablea aiJ on tlog team rind reportcil ihat his schoon- Indian he. "inushsd" ever the 450 miles (nv flvpninc in hall -cnior choir nr bai1 been of lracfl "-ss sno'v and lcc' Thursdaj in ball, tnon Barter Alasha> 3na Da-wson coulcl not get outside that year the Hi? was tion. 1 rewl about _ Lydia E. Vegetable Com ponnd in the newt taking ill am cured K baby fear months old. 1 a new woman, ami recoffimetided your medicine to tny frienda, 1 would be glaxl to have everybody know what your medicine did for me, ind if any write to me I will answer all Mrs. MARY CAUGUBE, 317 South Muo St, Herkimer, N.Y. Every woman at some period or other in her life m iv BU ffer from just dis- turbancesas Mrs. Caligare, and if there no interested friend to advise, let this be a reminder that this f amoua toot and herb remedy has been overcoming ailment sot women for more than 40 If any complication eiiai, writa Lvdia E. Pinkham Modicine Co., Lynii, Mass., for advice. The recall of many years' experience is at your aervke. practice. FANNING CHARACTERISTICS A critic recently hit upon an out- standing characteristic ot Cecil Fan- ning, when he said of the Araerlcau baritone, who singa at Knox chwrch MILADI Ss. eruh. etc..! from their day's wort: to.be meet al the home of Mrf. OTI] PERSONAL c o Caii.B. Cl JiacKciizin Js back from KdmontoB. j -'Mackenzie fiini g jeturned lira. 1. X. Beaubier of Champion is in Calgary lo alien d Ihe A. I. con- vention! .Muss Alexander of High School was .a visitor at her hororf in PJncher Greek for Ibe. week-eud. Sapper .Cecil Fowler "whci Itasi been Tisitlrig in Toronto on hla1'1 way home Irom returned to the city. W. n. Woolcy. who over- seas fora year" will, a'rrive in Leth- bridgo.on the Tuesday afternoon In Mias ,Edna Henderson has Te.lur to the fcity from Montreal, where she has successfully completed her nurses' training In the Montreal U en era I Hos- pital, Whtlo (n.lfic ifc 18ev. and C. E. ,Cragj. t i Mrs. Jfjnica and Mile son of High Kiver are thfe guests of-. the former's Mrs. W. V. Poapsl arrived in thej city on Saturday from California to1 join her husband, Mr, W, >IcC. Moore, former man- ager of the Lethbriiige exhibition was a visitor in the city on Saturday troin Calgary, and while hero was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Heath. Mrs. F. E. Spooner and daughleis eft at the beg inn Ice ot the week for an extended visit Eo Portland and thdr coastal cities. J. HlUyard Leeci, K.C., ol Leech and Leech, Winnipeg, is visiting with Dr, and Mn. G. W. Leech on his way rom Edmonton, -Where be bat on legal business. The. many Irlenda, of Mra. P. C. Strdet ol Taber will he pleased to hear she is progressing as favorably' as can expected after her operation in Gall Hospital. She at the dome of and Mrs.- J. W. Mullio, 1319 first "ATBimoi North Lethbridge. _ it, f Can't.' Leech ana accompau- sis Miss H. Simpson, Miss Margaret Smith and Mr.-KeuL' Also Asaintboia music company tor -use ot piano. Col- fictions parents, Mayor Hardie. D, L CHURCHES AND communion; S.OO, evenin S.45, choir practice; 0.45. Boy Cubs; 7.15, Dov Scouts. Thursday, G. A. Friday. 4.15, J.W.A. Christian meetinj Wednesday night at the church. Choir practice Thursday evening tt home of Mr. Arthur Kesslcr. 712 llth St. K. C.W.B.M. meets al home ot Mrs. Vaii Dlarcotn Wednesday afternoon. Pentecostal Homa and Foreign Mis- 13th St. X. On .Thursday nlsht there will bt a special address given on the "Seconil Coining ot Our Lord, ami the Signs of Times That musical insight. If he U linglng a dfallTB from or pro- logue to "I Pagllaccl.'1 or i Griefs "Springtime" or Roger's "A Spring Sons in Time of War.V one would be- lieve, at the moment, Ihat the Binder had lived but for that particular aria or song, so thoroughly does he losft himself in its -interpretation. Every syllable, every vowel, every coutocint becomes, as it were, a vocal pearl upon the string of song. Every phrase becomes a contribution to a rounded whole; every sentence a part, of a CALGARY, March a large time the British Columbia Federation creation that_the singer deems delegates atte nding of Lalor changed its policy In accord- _ ance with the nresent needs and "not Live Wire' Ciasa JSLSSS ently worth doing well. 'Cecil Fanning teleols his programs with great care, and then, his season's repertoire decided upon; he .throws himself heart and soul' Into intensive stuiiy and hehearsftj. Accompanists Labor Temple this roorninjr. I will lake place this afternoon. -fho work with him during the inm- After had been settled1 The principal resolutions deal with .iner large sheaf of resolutions read a Jye hour: day for all worters; the know that they may eipect hour Selective Service act m California. lowing1 their talent in Ktlplng to" malie a good 'program: Miss B. Hilton, MUs Ayril LilUe, S. Fctlerty, MUs J. Con'p, Miss P. Dunaworttvcnale roices of, Knoi church choir 'under Mr. B. F. Purity Plus i Each ingredient in Ivory Soap is the best of its kind. It contains the most expensive vegetable oils. Yet the makers arc not satisfied until all arc i so thoroughly refined that.not a particle of foreign matter remains in the finished product. This is why you a purer, milder or better soap'thap Ivory., At the next business meeting ot Ibe Nest-of-Kin wMcli win be held on Approximately persons are to April 7, the election of officers-for the be Indicted as alleged evaders of the coming'year, will take place. AH members, are requested lo.be The Art Department of the Mathesis Club will.meet at the home ot Mrs. W. V. Heasey, 1012 1th Avenue, Tuea- (Jay afternoon at 3 o'clock. The A. D. F. will hold tho next ol their" series of in the K. P. hall on Saturday evening next. Tho Pe ntecioa t al A s se nibl y w il 1 meet In the-Moose Hail, Higinbothanx Block on" Wednesday and Friday even- ing at 8 o'clock- _ The J- O. C. clflss are giving an en- terEalnment tonight In the basement ot Knox church lor which a very good program has been arranged. The special feature of the evening will be a play "Aunt Sally's Rag Carpeting The characters are as follows: Amif Sally Maria, Penrl Lackcarn-, quickly! Children know this n T -iirfryi I I t. A it applied will cry for itagain. Mrs. T. D. Ruston of the Children's Aid Society, Belle- vine, Ont., says: "We never use anj'tlu'nsr but Zam-Buk for our children's bruises, etc. We have found A Drastic Resolution Itno Eovernments eiAmine tull Ol eoncert season. A Drastjc .Hssoiution M persons employed' in preparing food i all malten of feeling "Whereas anti drastic changes tor consumption; and, saveral'arc and tor the liave taken place during the-past few I olner'matlers of more or less import- onths in the industrial world and ancc lereas in the past; the policy of the Columbia.Federation of Labor i sending its executive committee lo ctoria pleading-' for the passage ol For your children's injuries nothing is equal to ends pain so Doris Smith; -Nancy Jones, Jessie I Johnson; Mandy Jones, Alice Hardy; iMituiier Minnows, Violet Bennett; Sirah Doolittle, Dorothy Alexander; Susan" Glbbs, Ayril a 'vocal 1 solo. Miss M. Siollzo'; violin solo, JGeoKrey Waildineton. There will b4 an instruniental solo by Hila Aird, anil a vocal duet by Myrtle Gillies and Frances Porter, wlth'Avrll .Little at the piano. HON. MR. BALFOUR TO RESIGN; EARL CURXON TO TAKE HIS PLACE WOIRYSOAP in f to fnctn t MnM cither government, Is demanded In a resolution by the; N'ova Scotia pro vlndal executive ol the Great War Veterans'. Association, ivhp say tha they aro unalterably to nl lowing this work lo ha carried .on by municipality or private companies The resolution also demands tha'.'suc! houses shall riot be segregated nor standardized, excepling lar protecllon, 'proocr HHtmm ahc fire MonR's 6 hoc There s a Moir's that prime favorites of fine chocolftt ;