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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, SXMI.Y HKKAUJ TONIGHTS THE NIGHT O Card party and dance In St. Bxsil's school auditorium. Mrs. Braaacau'a or- chMtra lu attendance. Vajor Jack Ross' dance in Masonic hall. Cannoneer's playing. Duog la 1C of P. hall In, aid of Children's Shelter Moving Fund. Mr. Lfimeafelder'a orehfcalra. PBMONAL Mrs. B. E. MacKay- and returned yesterday froH Vancouver, B C. Bobert Nalsmlth Is entertain- ing as her gueet her .Mri. Laag. Mrs. DoVeber hold her first ele Poloski. of (e3. pariorp A. full attendance is re- Dotf t to but insist on getting the reliabl Tea That Never Disappoints Black, Green or Mixed Sealed Packets Only. Special for Thiirs. DateOatme.dl Covkies, 20c per doz Rcguhir Price 30c.. ALSO FRUIT CAKE AT 40c ft. WATCH NEXT WEEK FOR OUR SPECIAL Kirkby quested. Tho convenor of the systematic giv- ing of SI. Augustine Auxiliary re- ciuests collectors to hand In their col- lections before Monday. regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, 1. 0. D. B., will be held at 3.30 o'clock oji Thursday In the Y. M. O. A. All mem- bers are urged- to he present, X The homo nursln.? division of the St. John Ambulance Brigade will meet at the homo of Miss morrow (Thursday) ovealng at eight o'clock. Lieut.-Col. P. B. Ware and Mrs. Waro, announce tUe engagement their eislor, 'MUs Jessie Campbell Erigar daughter of thfl late Police Magistrate Francis and Mrs. of Ontario, to A pretty home nuptial event that was attractive because ot Its simplicity was soUmnlred on Thursday. March 11, at the home ot the bride's Mr. A. R. Morrison, AM a., wheu' Kin Blora A. Fultott' became the of Mr. B. Weaver, a well-known farmer of HllU, Tha laopresslve ceremony was per- formed at 8 o'clock In the presence ot a small group of relatives, with t. fex personal friends. Bev. A- MacAVilHam jiastor of the Preshylerlan church, per- formed the ceremony. The trldo wore, si handsome suit ol navy blue tricotlne, and set ot lynx furs, the gift ot tho bridegroom, and carried carnations and Baster lilies A prettily-appointed weeding break fast was served immediately follow ing the ceremony. Th'e table decora lions.wore yellow and white, aln covers wore laid .Mr., and Mrs. Weaver left for Cal- gary and Banff. On (heir return Ihey 'reside at "Pino TypeT [Farm, Three Hills. 1 Tho Bride waa the1 recipient of many useful gifts, including a hand- sO'ne carving set from tho teaching staff of Dow Island schools, of which for for 'for 751 IS! 1356' 163 ___ _ nwntt Number ot dlsoharted during the mouth.......... Deaths during the month tiumbwr of In hospital at end of inoolh Lowest nurabfr-during the month 50 Highest number during month Number of hospital days 'private patteaU Nuintor of hontltal days Ward (paying) Number of hospital days Ward patients (Free) Total number of days during the mouth WS1 Number of operations under gen-, eral aneaeUiesIa 45 Number of 'operations under Ixwal or no aneaslhesla 7 Number of .pallenta la outdoor department ..........1 Numlier ol dressing and treat- meuts In outdoor department., 1 The hospital wishes to acknowledge' nnd thank tho folltwtag for gltta re- celx'ed during the month: Thomson. C. G-laspey. (Signed) B. B. DUTTOtf, A NEW ENGLISH OPERAS ANNOUNCEMENTS sho has beeu until lately a member. PRESBYTERIAN W. M. S. CONVENES HERE ON MAR 30, 31 AND APR. 1 DYED HER BLOUSE, SKIRT AND A COAT "Dye's" Turned' Shabby Apparel into New. Don't ahout perfect results. UKO "Diamond guaranteed to giro a new, rich, fadeless color to any. fabric, whether it be .wool, silk, llnon, cotton or hilsed blouses, children's coats, feathers, draperies, coviriuss; The Direction'Book with each pack- age tells so'liiaialy how to diamond i dye over, any c'olo'r that you can not make n mistake. To rnalch havo dnig- glst shoiv you "Dlsntund Colo' The sixth annual meeting ot the Presbyterian Women's Missionary So- of the province of .Alberta will hold a convention In Kaox church on March 30th, 31st and April 1st, 1920. Tuesday evening will be devoted to Hie board member's session from 7.30 o'clock- Much interest is manifesto: in the convention and several out o: lown speakers will cddrcs! tho meet ings. program as arranged to! lows: Wednesday Morning, March 31st 9-10 O'clock Vestry Nominating Committee. 9.30 (Xclock Enrolment of Delegates. '10 O'clock Church Auditorium Devotional.- Hymn 7-1. Tojil tForward Calgary Presbyterinl, Minutes. .Report of Recording Secretary.-, Appointment of.Com.miltess. i Treasurer's rkeporV- i.Dedicalory A.. Jlac- Wlliarns. Provincial Ex- change, Library, Discussion. AnnouncC-'ineiits. Adjourn. Wednesday Noon Noininating 0. C..Class Doom. ,Wednesday Afternoon 2.30 O'clock Church Auditorium. Devotional. 254 (3rd (Forward Move- ment) Medicine Hat Presbyterial. Minutes., President's Address. It is good to hear that at lart Sir Edward Elgar Is to produce an openv Seldom in tho hlrtory of nius'lc has a cadlng composer delayed .so.long lc rylng his hand at this form. If he ;ver undertook It at all. Another lorthcomlng opera'Wriich specially Interest Irflcester people is "Elxcali- br Mr. Colin McAlpln; to be pro-' duced at the Iloyal Surroy Theatre. South Falrbairn-Mjln Opera which is having stich succesa- In tBe'ifresisnlallch of'Eng- lish opera. Mr. McAlpln Is, the son'Of a Leicester gentleman, and his broth- ers, Mr. J. McAlpln-and'Mr. Kerhioth McAlpin, are b'otli well known in this city. Mr. Colin McAlpin recently won the Moodr-Mannera prize for the opera, "Cross and a work whlcli was first, produced .'at tho Iloyal' Convent Garden Lpn- dan, and recently given In Leicester during the week of'opera. Mr. Mc- Alpin' has written other BUes on Irripo'rlaiit iTlernry work ,pn Leicester. (Bigland) 21, 1020., Mr. Colin McAlptn Is a brother of TEA AND COFFEE Blend, regular 70c; 1 Ib. v packet Wedding Breakfast Coffee, 1 Ib. tins, 65c rl Chase Coffeej 1 Ib. tins, each 70c Nabob each 70c We have shipment oi Upton's Teas, in lib. packets 7Sc and 80c EUKHORN CHEESE DEMONSTRATION MRS.-SHAFFER. WILt-'ee.AT THE STORE ON. THURSDAY. FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY ___________________________ __________________'.___________________' IT BY THE CASE :'A REAL MONEY SAVER _ 5 12 tins to case, assorted flavor, consisting tin Strawberry, 1 Raspberry, 1 Black- 1; Loganberry, T Apricot) 1 Braimble Jefly, 2 Peaeb, 2 Plum, 2 Goosebeny. Price, per case'.. PHONES 313 and 1513 V- Mr. Alan McAlpin, oi this city, who Move is Interesting himself in (lie produc- I-Him of "tlie. Veoman of The store nevev looked more interesting than now when dressed in the new goods for spring and this week new spring goods are being hurried .to the counters as fast as shipments can bring them. Yesterday we received about two dray loads of merchandise by freight This will give you'sorhe idea of how we are pre- pared to meet your, needs. MOKE NEW STREET AND AFTERNOON DRESSES TODAY THE NEW THINGS FIRST 'Embody a .charming arid' youthful in the short ripple and straight line coats with the new sleeve modes, and the very original trimming ideas expressed in the use of braid, embroidery, bands of braid and but- tons''.. For the woman who desires a more severe line there are many mod- els in.tailored and semi-tailored modes of much distinction. By Heo .P, McQec. D.D.3 TEETH AND NUTRITION seem, in times'of peace' all parts ot the world valent disease. Tliero is a very com- mon form, known as latent scurvy, that Is difficult .'to. rec'ognizo except by. the condition "the gums and teelh. -This Is particularly prevalent in undernourished children. The caus- es of tills disease are, insufficient food, food.-that suffi-[ clout quantity but that does' hot p'ro-j vide the right elements 'for'no'idrlsh- ment, food .that mayfiUG.siifficient In riuantity ahd qualify buV that la not properly masticated ami consequently does not completely .fact, It is not. .the quantity counts. It Is ttib lioitrlsliniorit derived from it that gives con- dition of the 'teeth and' gui.ris may be cither the causp'or-the r'esult oJ this disease o'f undernourishment. H the chili's teeth and the gums are inflamed' anil, MOKE NEW. COATS RECEIVED TODAY CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN COMPANY--! THE DAYUGHT STORS.. Report of Corresponding Secretary. Discussion. Hymn 538. Methods." Ottering. nryau. Mission Banrl Report. Blgelow. Discuspion. Announcements. Closing MCiSlchol. e O'clock Supper will bo serVod in Iho lioom, to which ail delegates and host- esses arc cordially Invited. Hand, Strang- Thursday Morning Nomlnallns Resolutions O. C. Class Room. 10 O.'clock Church Auditorium Devotional, llymii -125. Society'! (Forward Movement) Macleoil Presbyterial. Provincial Sec- relary, Home Helper's Secretary, Literature Secretary, Press Secretary. Discussion. Report Nominating Committee. Election of Officers. Prayer for Announcements. Hymn 476. Adjourn. Thursday Noon Conferences. IVesbyleriul Presidents. I Corresponding Secretaries. I Treasurers. I 'Thunday Afternoon 2.30 O'clock Church Auditorium Devotional. Hymn 374 (2nd tune.) Movement) Knmonton Prcsbylortal. Minutes. Questions. llymii Pcatlle. lleport of Hfsotuitons 'Comniftlec. 337. Closing I'rcsliy. lerlal.' Thursday Evonina 8 O'clock Vestry .Meeting of (lie. Mew Provincial Board. At the Lister Institute in London, years of experiments for the study of scurvy have shown that tho slightest trace of this disease results in de- finite changes in the structure of..the teeth. Jong known that .trie mor; presence of 'bacteria does not irioau infe'ctlon. 'To have bacteria .become aolive we must point Iranpe and a lowered resistance.' Scurvy lowers tlie resistance .of the causing changes In the tooth etructure. ftnrl so cncouragea 4be ac- tivity qf the bacteria ot deca.y. In Joe Hurley, Labor Leader. is in Back CHICAGO, Mnrch 17.--Cliicagp'E; t borAvar, ttonnant sinccr Maurice Enrijilit, February 3, broke.out the finding' of lire' boity'ot Joo Hur.Jey, labor; n'nd .Eurighf. lieutdntirtt. lying -hi he'Jfitrevt'-in the So.iith Side "bad r' brother-in-law1 cf who' receiit- (tou. .Help rlittle fellows all there i3 .out of lite. addition, the lowering of tho vitality of the membrane surrounding tho lootli, cauJDs'ii loosening ot the toeth in their sockets, which; will result' in their total 1035 If diseaEo la not checked.. V-ANCOU V BR i B.O., t their aggressive illicit peddllng-of recently brought lightja vice-'omploycd by an. hauled y.ung Invcouceallng hissstock IrjMraOn.- Persistent, search ot sullcd in tho IlndinE-of tbrOo-ibiusand dollars worti.o! ilrugs needles secreted huso 'rjgckct bored lop Jopr....- Scurvy is a dleeaso that is caused by lack of proper nourishment. We usually think of this disease one that was commonest in the Civil War and that Is not likely to occur in nur own time. Bill strange as it. may FOOD FOH STARVING EUROPE WASHINGTON, March relief for Europe was. nsaurcd .today when the house passed overwhelming- ly a bill permitting tho UnilKiJ.States Ornln Corporation to sell five mil lion harrela of soft wheat flour- on ..long term credits'to anij Armenia. forfeited his bonds grand. ceny case and disappeared. LONG FOR i': ,j .V. iJfNE Mirth fir George Glazebrook, n sturdy young'-; of .nine-yeafa.'old. arrived hero' (ifier IraveUtrig-from Godniming, land, ,njqno. This. young 'L gentlera vouture'r was.'put "o'n'thb'b'dat uy uui; paroijts and: is .lra.velHns.lo 13riti.5li Columbia.-where ha visit, -.his CHILIAN STEAMER: March Chillnn steamer Llal Lias; lout-; sfth.k-.nt Iqulijua last week'afler a col-1' llsion' with' the Chilian Eleamer beloflEr. ed tp a .recently, organized American? Ci'.lllan concern-hnd'-'was on. Its .way to.Ir.ulque to take on; a cargo'ot nit- rate for the United Slates. So live with mesons If, God saw you; So sptak with God'as If meu heard A food that helps to v build body and brairi The twice baked values of whgalS and malted barley, bfended into a cereal that is full eind prime nutrition, 7 A stand-by for the. rnari as well as the littlO'Miks at lioine Sugar Mode by Canadian Postum Ccrcnl ;