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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH. 15.-192W IHE UmiBIUnGE DAILY HEMLD -PAGE'ELEVEN' THREE DOZEN NEW PATTERN HATS Arrived by Express this Morning Thut rwwtrt nraM modtli you will for the wawfl, featuring the mott (or drtti ceewlora and ynar have In many day, and every _ one confined to thlt (tore for Lethbrldfe. French ud American Pattern Kati, eack one a creation la stielf and the product toe foreoMt Bulkm in tie new collection added to our original stock Bakes op a ihowing of models in which you wiH hare a choice of variety, of stylet, uy one of which will suit your face and figure. Prices to MORE NEW ARRIVALS IN EASTER SUITS AND COATS, SILK, GEOR- GETTE, SERGE, TR1COLETTE AND TR1COTINE DRESSES, SKIRTS, PETTICOATS, WAISTS, SILK HOSIERY AND GLOVES, NECKWEAR, COR- SETS.ETC. CLARKE CO. 6143rd LETHiiRlDGE UK M1LADI The of Quality "Groceries H Mr, boa1 nrday night today at tho discussions provincial legisla-1 litre m the new.-.irrlsation bill. Ho tfr'.1 G. n. Matnach, president of tho ird of Irtido'wont to Sdmonlpn Sat- Medicine Hut Manufacturer Of lilicit Booze is Soaked Good and Plenty Have Organized Laundrv Work- with" the. .depiitatlpn that; _i_------ j m i went'from Lothbridge Several days' crs.and I ago. on Ihe Isn'i titles questions, j A record fine, amounting uei'sllip is Cheap considered probable that Mr. was indicted at Medicine.Hot on _________ S. J. Shepherd and others, will return 'Friday on A. Hatter, a'news vendor from the'.northcrn ctly tomorrow, but in Seven thousand seven hundred and is likely tint will remain ot premises I EU Illicit btlli forty-soven members are claimed by over, tho 0. li. U. in Alberta, vfhlch Includ- ed three hundred In LethbrUgc. Great nltortn aro being made by Organizer I'Orler of Fcrnle to put the internat- ional in the shade In this city, and- during the past two or throe weekij this organizer !s credited with gather- Ing In the laundry workers and team- Bters. According lo a report received by Ihe Herald the 0. B. U. offlcial is en- t deavorlng to bring Ihe unskilled lab-. Las' orers of llio city within their ranks.'. Efforts have bcen-inade 16 gather Irij the janitors. It Is understood that movement Is on fool .to get Ihe unearthed by DC- tective-Sergeant Lobb and Corporal (Ferguson Ihe It. C. M. P., Loth- j bridge. Tacked on to' tho Una was a prison senlenco ot months which. i goes with Ihe sonlisiicoj imposed b> Magistrate Uurrolh This was' ihi) sec- ond convicllon against Bttior, ho hav- ing a mouth ago'.been found gUlify of i operating a and flced ?lS5'and PERSONAL t Mr. G. R. Marnoch left for Edmon- ton ou Saturday eyenlug. Toin Newton', of Hardlevllle. Who, has been confined to her homo through is -progressing favor- ably. -Friends will be pleaded to learn that ..Mrs. C. R:, has sut -recovered- from her recent illness lo permit ot her return borne Saturday. Sli% Goddcn, of the Slsndard Bank staff, whp has beeri very ill In tho Gait hospital, Is today reported as somewhat improved. Mr. Mart "McMilion has returned homo, ffoni California. Mr. McMnhon and' family have been enjoying the season at Pasadena. Mc.Mahou and Helen will urn until May. Mrs. Edward Tomp' ins. who has been ill for come t r. continues to improve in heallh, the Is still conllued to her -Miss hay relumed to (he city after n holiday spent In Taber. The many friends of Mrs. Maurice Alt wood will regrel to learn that lIHlo Doris Is quite .11. 'Mr. Geoi-go Ramsnaj-. of Medicine Hat, spent the week-end with Mr. aud .Mrs. J. K. Thompson. "Mrs. Fred Henderson, of Bow Island, is at present the guest of Mrs. J. M. Henderson, 803 Gth Avenue South. DAUQHTER TO RUM FOR HOUSE 4 'L-OXOON'. I-siy before her mardage lo Sir Maur- kE Bonhatn-Ctrler was Vlolei At- qulth, duashter of former Premier Herbert ABquith, today informed the Evening Standard tbat t-ho had been invited to contest a certain constit- uency for parliament. She stated tbat the not yet decided whether to accept the Intltatlon. In Canada women are eligible both for the fedenl parliament and the provincial. leglilatnres. No woman nan yet been elected to the Dominion parliament, but eevoral havo been chosen to sealB hi laveaklng bodies of the different provinces. Mrn. MoKlnney, w.ho stood an Independ- ent, iras elected to tho Alberta legis- lature lu 1917, and-in the same year Roberta MacAuams rctura- od by tUo oversees Canadian-forces. Mrs. Ralph Smtlh was also elected la 1917 la tho. British Columbia legisla- ture, and Mrs. Ramiden, a Literal, was recently rclurned in SasKiHchc- wan. costs. The araused pleaded fiillty anil SOCIAL Tho card and dance being given tonight in tho Masonic hall un- FAMOUS BEAUTY TO WED Tw'ri Taju-s vases Island Assault Case-Heard i made nrrangeraentji to'r the der the auspices of tho C. P. R. Social lino In default ol whlcVhe win have: anil Athletic Club promises to be a to undergo IS months! imprlBOirtnent In all. The fine ot made rip as fol- ?500 for employees to lino themselves up cp.iui. sittings were con-'.for mamitactnrlng uplrlts iho 0. li. U. well. j eluded on fr'flda'y "afternoon with dis-" "license frohi Inland license from !bc- Inland It does not coat much to get a cardv'rntEsals in tho-two charges heard. The }100 pOBse'sElon'or-llllcIl in the O. II. lo -iha Urst Vvas tho How Island assault case spirit. Herald's informant. One dollar down in vrhlch stevo" Nicholas was nnd a dollai- a month gets one. In with assaulting Mrs. Regii comparison with come ot Iho dues deger and her husband.. chafed In the cnn-iiiv The assault., arose over tho Irss-! 1IIS organized interaatlonaiunlons. this is passing on the land of tho accused of' cupled as Eijtor't cvjdencO ;by. Mr? ina .Hilsen-1 C. -T. "Wool} The back ground of the --Pied by Hatter, who Is If tho 0. B. is In a imslllon a hunch of horses belonging to Hllean--had tile a carpefln'that to pivu members the sa'in.o -financial ilegor, On this land Nicholas had it was Btrown with i iilie of wec.urlty that intcrnnlional bodies i' ---s L sown some" and he which had been thrown out after strong y resented Uie'lntm.lon of tho ing through the1" still. In addllion to. repetition of Ihe many delightful af- fairs held under its management. The committee in charge have spared no efforts In making Iho evening's pro- gram attractive and the usual :large gathering Is anticipates, v The "Win One" class of tho First Baptist church are giving a St. Tat-j supper nnd program tomorrow i Few recent society -weddlngi have aroused' as'.ehuch general Interest as is being displayed In that ot MlH Frances Carnegie, the beautiful daugh- ter of Cario'n'XV-.: H. Carnegbi, sub- doaii ot Abbey and rec- tor of tlie fashionable church of St. Margaret's, Westminster, who is soon lo be married to Michael ot the Coldstream Guards. This weddlug, which will be Solemnized at Westmin- ster Abbey, will, bo.- the flrut to take place there; tha marriage of Pfin. cees Patricia of Connaught to Com- mander Alexander Ramsay, lust short of a year aso. Carnegie, one of the banrjEomot girls In London so- ciety, Is Ihe eldest of five pretty sit- ters, anil will bo the lint ot them lo be lei to the altar. Mis; Carnegie it a step-daughter of the former- Mrs. Jowph CUambftrlaln, who" previous to her marriage to the famous British statesman, was Miss Mary EuulcotL Boston. Cora Syrup, Crown Brand, 2s, per tin f.. 30c Corn Syrup, Crown, Brand, 5s, per tin 70r Cora Syrup, Crown Brand, per Peannt Butter, Squirrel Brand, Si, per tin Electric Soap Chips, per Ib................25c Unox Soap, IS Gold Soap, per bar lOt Krumbles, Keljoggs, 2 packets for.........22c Corn FUkes, Krinkle, 5 packets for SSc Milk, Carnation, small size, 4 tias for.......35c Klim, per tin................ 30c and 4Sc FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES It will pay you to make your OV.TI marmalade.- A New Shipment of Marmalade Oranges Just Receiv- ed, per dozen and Lemons, Sunkut, per dozen ,50c Grape Fruit, Florida, large size, 2 for 35c PHONES 313 and 1513 .7H6 FIRM FOR SERVICE U. S. SUBMARINE ASHORE navy officers liera up-to 9 o'clock thia morning.. SAX Oil., March farlher Vadio advices rr6ui warships standing by tho subruarihd'.ll-l.1 which went ashore at Magdaleiia Bay, er aiVd_ wlilch Lieut.-Commander Jame.s 'II! vVe.nb, Mate H. Gi'llis and" S.ea-. nen Joseph Kauffmamj find M! H., 3claniarine we're either drowned .or hyxiated, hfld fcceiveu. by opening.: -Supper will be sfrvefl'at 6.30 p.m. rind will be follow- en" by a most Interesting program. V" Flriftl arrangements have been com- tor the afternoon tea, bridge given Wednesday SLIDE IN PANAMA WILL TIE UP SHIPPING WASHINGTON. March Heavy ilraft ships unilerlaWng tho passage senrtogcr was hit in the jaw by a rock of tha Panama canal probably will Ira alleged to have been thrown by Nlrho- Mibject to occasional delay of a day ins which nul her out of action. Niciitn or two ns the result of conlluuluK land-, ins himself was badly beaten up with at Oucaracha. tho war depart- the halter In tho n'nniU of Hilsen- hns bncn iHvlsed by Governor doger. and, as a conscience, as ho Ilanllr.g ot Ihg Paiiittna ('aiial zone. The tlcpnrtineiil nnpounc-ed today I ho I. the governor had cabled that the first slide occurred Friday night, re- Milting In balding ships of a draft nt 25 feet or more, but that sii other vessels of ac dratt of 22 feet or less passed through. 'The delayed ahlnii'were cineclctl yesterday. Lo pass through staled, had to havn -medical attention in Hie hospital. Aflor hDaring the evi- dence his lordship dismissed tho charge. Dr. Conyheare, K.C., nppear- ed for tbo crown, and -Mr. McKcnna, of How Island, tor ilio-ncctiECtl, Tho charge nsalnst MOunlain Horse, an Indian, of stealing" a saddle from nnolher of tho triue, Calllns High, was disnilsECtl. UKICIUIQ, tne -miormation being v......-, I iy 'SDrecant Lobb frcftl-Sfl r.t 2.30 oclocK and iison. jiavo signified their in- U. S. STATE DEPARTMENT WITHOUT A HEAD TODAY WASHINGTON, Jlarch statR'dcriflvtinciit loday was lechnlcal- ly wilhnnt a head. Franli Polk, who tentionvpf.attendlng the teA and musi- cale. In the ev.ohlng a dance l bo Riven, carrying out plans for an elab- oralely rendered' musical program. The 'Adult Bible (Mate ot Ihe United church met at the homo ol Mrs. OTamler, last Tuesday evening. has acled as secretary since tho rcstg-i 1'Tftllowing tho'lrausaction of business nation ot Robert Lnnslng resumed hisjn musical program enjoyed and duties ns undersecretary, law officers rclreshmenla served tho hostess, of the depjii-lment having held that ho 'assisted by her ilaugMers, Mlsaco could not serve as secretary rid Inter- im for more Ihnn 30 days. One Step, Yoiire on a Better .Road! money by stopping coffee and drinking Postum VJ twtg j 9 znafa certain may save health and nerve That's probable There's just one simple step to buy a tin of Costs less tkaix coffee Has a rich satisfying flavor Ready instantly in the cup CANADIAN POSTUM CEREAL Co. LTD. Windsor. Ontario. IJ'nncho anil Edna Olander. 1 ,-f. A St. Patrick's g'rnml dance will bo given in tho K. 'of tV.hh.ll on Wednes- day evening, -March- 17th The hall will ho decoraicJ fn emerald colors and Mr. Lame's folder's orchestra has hcen secured for Ihe occasion. Tho proceeds are In aid of Ihe Children's Shelter moving luml and it is expect- ed a largo crowd will enjoy tho donca program. GbieMeefe Churches evening, the Boy Scouts .meet. Tuesday avenlng. under the auspices of the C.O.I.T., talk hy Mr. J. D. Hlglnboiliam; subject, "A Thousond Miles 'Up tho illus- trated by Tuesday evening, Christian Endeavor -meats in. tho ves- try ot thb ciiiifch.' WedMidey at 8, prayer meeiliig. Thureday S, choir pntctice. Chrirtlan Scisnct !tpor Hull meeting Wednesday nt' S o'clock. St. Boy Scouts at 7.30; Clirl Guides 7 and S. Tuesday. Urownlcs at l.lo p.m. Special for men only at 8 In the parilh hall. Wed- nesday, St. Patrick's day, evensong si 'Friday, primary teachers Ing class at 7; choir practice al S. DODDV> IKIDNEY PILLS THE WAY TO HEALTH.-8EAUTY AND HAPPINESS. THE LAOIES' HAIRDRE88INJ3, PARLORS Hull Block, Ground Flodr, ?tH St. S, Phona 1710 NatursiX Appetites Children ire the greatest of..nocd bread.. brsatf you.cnn U vwhat they will enjoy, system yearns for the moit cub- ttantlal food. That'a' why cur bread iftso pcpular-wlth healthy, growing children. 606 .TH1HT) AVBNUK NEW FINN MINISTRY COPENHAGEN, March sor Erich has. succeeded in forming a new cabinet In Finland to succeed that 0[ M. Vcnola, which resigned March 3, thn Finnish legation hero announced today. Ruilalph'lIOlsU will retain the portfolio of foreign affaire. 4- CHUHCHE5 AND SOCIETIES 4 The Sir Alexander (Wit Chapter, will hold ils regular monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon nt 3.30 at the Y.M.C.A. i Tho gikokoloki chapter, will meet Tuesday evening (or Bowing nt Iho Nureing Mission Rl 1M, iy evening, Mafcli ITtli] Rev. V, Dafoe, pastor i of the, Pirat' Bajrtlsl tliurch, will be-1 gin a series of special meetings ill the Fiflh Avo. Uainisi church, Norlh.! These mcollngs will continue each evening al eight o'clock and iho pub-1 Ho Is cordially invited. t Tho ladles' ami children's swim- ming aiiit gymnasium classes will Jako place ns usual tomorrow; chil- dren Imniedlaloly alter school and ladies In Iho evening. The commit- lo'ft In charf.c have decided (o liold Iwci for grinnnslum lit the evening, one al 7.15 o'clock (or Ihotc iroin 1ft io 18 years o( ngc, and onfc nt S.15 for the oliler mcmbwa. Will all clillilren dfslring io lake luin classes in Iho aflcrnnon kindly telephone K73 so that arrnngctncnta can be made. i Tho hlsloty and current ovenis ne- pailmont of the Mnthcsla club will meet nt '.he IIMIIO ot 'Mrs, Alas Smith, aSl! Slli Sired SouUi, tomorrow niter- The Tho hack- Ing that makes your throat sore and your head acho Is best by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It 'la entlfcly dlltertnt ftora other cough nu'rtlclhes, tot it not only snollios. IlUt ftlso Iieala, restoring tho affeelefl parts 16 a UeaUby toinlltloii. Watch Health Improve, Strength Increase and Living Cost Go Down if you make good bread the feature of every meal kind we Vj wiil nourish, itringthcn And sustain eVery member of trie family from father and mother down to the tot just learning 10 toddle. And no food you can buy will liclp cut tlii cost of living like our high quality bread. It is the bcsl food value on the market for tho money. It goes far, pleases keeps fresh and moist lo the tut it is food without For health and economy start buying it today, Eat Quaker Bread John Gilmore Ltd. Phone 378 ;