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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAltOli 10, lyi H1LADI PHONE 1224 PERSONAL parted with smiles. Tho silver offer-' Ing will I'uuie nearly making the Ihril payment tin IHO The SI. ralrirk's Sana Soui'l dance hold lam. nigiit In Iho t'amorvalory ot Music hall was aUcnJfd by ab-jul iwenty-five rouylcA. Tho hall was boautllully deeoralea for ihe occasion with rolors suitable to St. Patrick's day, the green shaded llgn'a milling lo tho attractions of Iho hill. Very dainty Irish programs were an added feature of ihe evening. Mlid orches- tra tifline: ID alUuvlauce ami delicious rt-fieshnU'nU being uervc'l during the evening. The committee whirh was last lueht artor a-Tl other dttcs. upon another very sucrosffiil dance, Mr. Mrlvor ct I'al- garv and Mr. Hn-wer of Urandon, Mrs. 0. Long had "the misfortune to among the om of town guests. be badly burned about ttie arm? and) t face yesterday, when in lighting the gas. an explosion took place, a tntly through a leakage hi the Word has been received in tho city Liruta. Geo. Hosa ami Ueo. Riiv, siallard Mrs. Walter Pliillipa of Magralh was hostess at delightful tea on Krtday, Those present wore Mesdames Hood, Moore, llrydtn. ilico, Charts. Hacking. WLllgrasR. Staffeiu, Lloyd, Mra. Jack K. A. T.. of LcUjbrMce, lanried in SI. Arnold Miss Whitl anil Johns ou March 17th. .Mls4 Ilorting. -Mrs. I'hiUirs was as- stated by Mrs. and T. Wortiiington Fair, son of tiic ewly appointed manager of the Hml-l j_ n cmnrliUneil infer- don Itay To., returned from over- eyas, Imt will undergo further treat- ment before getting hU in ally at a delightful bridge last even- ing. At tho teresting g conclusion ot sovetal in- 'S Mrs. E, II- and Mr. J. McNk'ol carried off the- lion- die consolation prize going lo lu- Mr. Taylor of I lift rtry eoofls dnpnrt- Shocbollmm. men I of the Hudson's Biy atoru all come to i.ettibrlifee to j A vcry peasant surprise parly took liiko cliiirao of tlic dry Jllare al tii0 Uome Of Mr_, uarlcman incut for the Bey Co. on Mouiiay evening, when advantage MI.-s V.atcnnn wlw has Ijcoa ton- hw aaughtcr. Mrs. J. Hyssop with fnod w Iiw homo ca-scrole by the Willing Wovkcrs Club. her duties at Wflslmiuste fir.ihtini of Minneapolis, YJic St. Patrick's lea hcM yeatenJ.-yy via- 1 afternoon nt tho home of Mrs. Fred lling her Mr. nnri -I. I1, j i11fvk by lhe Major jack Hosa Chafer j Tttw very unique In its Irish vliarac- I ter. In Hie prettily decorated rooms. Uvmuer L. YOUIIK arrived night frr.m overseas. Icisl wiih Irish inusical selections Dialling the afteniooti bright, one forgot one ivas not roally fit the land of Erin. Mrs. Hick and Mrs. McCorvle were 'onvenors of the. lea. Mrs, Heath ami beneficial health. 1C. Ky lands has returned front spending ;i pleasant foiir wcelcs at Rrlaiuls is reiuainfng nooticy assisting, Tlic dining l Victoria, the change hems very Toon] wfts in BtricUy Irish i character, the table at which Alex. Smith and Mrs. O. H. Elton pre- sided Icing very prettily for the occasion with a handsome centre ot Irish carnations of emerald hue. Miss Ocnhra Hick and Miss Ursula El- ton assisted :n serving; Mrs. D. C. Mafipillan invited to Hie tea room. An j apjirojmalcly arranged Irish booth was I in charge of Davis, who told for- Mrs. Peavd of MaelcoJ was a visitor in lhe city yesterday. Mrs. S. IJ. Mitchell is Calgary for a few visitor in Mrs. Malhewson of Winnipeg is the guest ot Mrs. A. E. Beaumont. r t I tunes. A great, number of ladies were Mr. and Mrs. John il. Kceil of Card- cn, lhc tea a suc. ston announce tiio marriage of ttietr ccsg pldest daughter. M. Floy to Dr. The whisl drire and concert held Wright A. Ilninaoii. on Saturday, I ]asl evenillg by ,iie tadies of St. Pat- rick's church was a great success. Ap- propriate rlecorations were arrnnstA about the hall, the tables being very prelly with their white tea clothes and Jlarrh Stii, 1915. Jumestowc. N. Y. v 9 tQCIAL EVENTS On Snlurday last a pleasant affair place wlien Miss Jessie Geoghe- Kan of the city hall was presented shamrocks. The prires werfc won by Father McCaffery and Mrs. E. Kelly, the consolations going to Mra. Clary and Mrs. F. McMahon. Tho concert giren during the evening ivas much enjoyed, the following program being -with n handsome cut glass salad bowl [given: IMauo solo, Mrs. Tinman; ty 'the members of the 5taff. Miss) vocal polo, Mrs. McDonell; dance toy is severing her connecttoti Allcen Cleary; reading, Miss M. Van with this' department and la leaving for llegina shortly, where her mar-' ringe will take place. t The home ol Mrs. Ueo. F. Heath was well filled with both youn.s and oH, to have a good social time and enjoy the nnisic, readings and Barnes ot contest, ami last Init not least, delicious lunch prepared by the com- mittee of the Ladles' Aid ot the Chris- tian church. All had a splendid time, hut Lloytf Hash, who did not enjoy the olives ns a part of the tmicli. After extending a volo of (Iia'nks aiiil ap- preciation to all who were responsible for tho pleasant evening, tho guests c; vocal solo, Mrs. Kennedy, dance, Patrica Ward; vocal solo, II. JI. Johnsou. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 0 write? Mr. R. Howard, Sr., of BracebrUIpc, Out. con- ttmirs: "Four yturs ago I sustained Krttch on which '.urneil to ulcer, I was confined to my bed for alx months under doctors' treatment, during which time I (fill cum cent, and In addition, spent dollars npoa dtillars before cure was effected. "Recently I sustained ft scratch on my other kg. It rery inflamed flnntly turned to ulcer. however, 1 knew about I very I nted Zmn-Rnk tlone, with that not otily the nicer hnted In much shorter time thin prerloot one, but 1 wts able to go to work II the time ft I dM not f hone t my 'experience may be (lie o4 (howlng other worlilng people the great heallnf raloc of 3Um-Bak ind of Mvinf mmny from espenae and tuffertnff'" Zam-Buk is just for ecsema and all tkln ringworm, holts, plies, cvti, Me box, 3 for 91.25, at) or Zam-Bok Toronto. ScnJ Ic Mamp for free trial box. Tiie Major Jack HOBS Charier I. O.! D. B., wish to thank tho Willis Piano company for the use ol the AcoHon- which furnished such excel- lent music at their tea yesterday. The Knox C. G. I. T. will meet in the school room tomorrow evening al 7.30. Girls will please bring Iheir thimbles. Anyone having used clothing tliat can he marie down for children or gar- j meuls tliat children have outgrown. please phone lSr-3 and they will bo I colled for Saturday. In the I- O. 0, F. hall, Christian .Sciencp testimonial meeting on Wed-. jriesttay evening al S o'clock. The ladies ot St. Patrick's church desire to thank Mr. Donohue for lhe: Mason and lllacHe piano loaned f or; the social last evening. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church will meet for sewing for lhc easier sale tomorrow afternoon at Wesley, it :t o'clock. Will lhe ladies ol the congregation kindly mafco an effort to tltenO and bring their work? The ;i03tes3t-B sire Mra. Layeock, Mrs. A. Marlln ond Mrs. L. II. Tetter. Mrs. H. T. Whitney will be assisted Mrs. Wilfred Henderson, J-frs. Hop- kins nnd Lieutenant Whitney al her al home for tlio benefit of the Blind Soldiers at How Island, WEDDINGS MERCIKIl On Saturday, March Sth, tho mar- riage waa quietly solemnized in Wes- ley Darfionage of Mr, frank Dallon of SasValchew'an. who ia a re- turned snlriler, and Nursing Sifter relr Mcreier of Montreal, Quebec. Rev. C, K. Cragg was the officiating paalor. Mr, aiul Mrs, Dalton left on I ho afternoon trnln for a trip lo tlm coantfll rltlea. Upon Ihcir relurn Ihoyj wHI resido in Kyohrow, Saskatchewan. A qnlct but prclly vmhUni; lookj place yesterday. March 17lli, M Wesley 1 chnrch, when Mr, llerbori, Wilson (re- Inrned solillcr) of Maclcorl anil Mrs. Isabel Cowle of LeLliliridfio were imiled in marrlaRe, Uev. C. K. Crass performing Iho ceremony, Mr. nnil Mra, Wilson will mnfce their residence In Maeleoil. Announcement m M i Bigger Stocks thai ever Varieties and Better Opportunities (or Saving. Choose your spring requirements now and gel fu'll season's wear out of them. This is true economy. NEW ARRIVAL OF SPRING SILKS 36-INCH SATIN MESSAL1NE In lien-cat fihadoa of Husclan, green, Dubarry, puryle, sand, also white. Finn, lustrous wenve for n dressc-s or waists. Si.'Ctinl value, yurd SPECIAL SALE 1 iiicsc only, Cltanefalrtc Silk, navy shot black, (looil aor- vIcaaLlc quality. Kcgular juice J2.T5 vara. 9 To clear. yurJ i .0 J FINE NAINSOOK Soft gouil tiualify. Sptcial value, yarJ............................................ LINEN DAMASK Imported extraordinary value. GO inches -i nf! ivide. Yard -J WHITE FLANNELETTE Soft, cosy weave for nteht wear, 27 inches wide. Special value, yarrt WE STILL HAVE A QUANTITY OF GOOD FAST COLOR WASHING, PRINTS 30 inches wide in light and dark designs. At, 25 YARDS FINE BLACK .SUITING Serge, Priestley's English goods, fast inches wide. Worth today yard. Special price, C vard........................................... JUST TO HAND A splendid assortment of novelties In fancy Voiles and other wash fabrics for spring waists and wash y p suits. Yard, to ...................-___...... I 0 BLACK SILK FIBRE BOOT HOSE All sizes. Has the appearance of ?L50 silk hose. Keg- ular value 50c pair. Today Special price, three valrs for 1 CHAMOISETTE GLOVES In the celebrated Kayser make. A splendid, reliable wash glove. All sizes and shades with black and self i of points. Pair.................................... FRlLUNGS ALL THE RAGE Xothing transforms a dress more quickly than thosi dainty frlllings, and It is a satisfaction to most women to know that they arc to be worn once more, fiere In an immense variety of pretty materials and styles In all New York's latest Ideas. SPRING COATS Another shipment of Spring Coals jusl arrived. Jleady for women who arc ready to discard Ihe heavy wraps thai have stood them through liio winter, hots of smart little covcri coats in light fawn shades, smart boxed HUle wraps in short three quarter lengths with and. with- out rockets. Practical coats in ttonogal twcctls, Ught and seirlccable. velour c-oatn in Pckln blue, rots and, sand