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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MAUUl 20, 191'J T1IK DAILY IIKIIA1.U PAGE ELKVES PHONE 1224 MARCH JluJ and imb auJ fK'ot snow. That is March. lev walks r you so. That Is March. lhc.> sky o'oriiead is grey. Oio winds iK'Sl" I" And the willow cats uru gay. That is March. HuUiiis on the lawn o'.uv more, Thai Is Mnrrii. hens urmmil the door, That Is Marcli. AVhon (Uo snowdrop lifts Us liC'ud, the crjfus Us lied. Ami we ihhtk that winter's (led, That is Mtirch, Edna I., Campbell, In Western Home Monthly. SOCIAL EVENT! f- ince. was iu the city yesterday, leav- ing in the afternoon lor Medlclno Hat. j Mr. ami 'Mrs. Kain. -jl Hi'sina. who tuvo liem the gui-sn ct Major and Mrs. W. 11. llurnell. It'll today to to- turn to their home. Allan MacKay, who lias teen laid up ivilh influenza, is now much better. j Mrj. Ale-3. Scott and little daughter, Marjory, returned home yesterday ironi Calgary, where they have been visiting friends. I I-. A. Storey, of Maclcocl. has joined ISauk of Moatreal staff in the city. -f Mrs. 51cKclvcy Is unable to be at I her clareroom in Central school on account of illness. The two daughters ol Mrs. K. I Jam moii d Lave arrived from tterke- ley, Calif., lo visit with theSr grand- parents, .Major and Mrs. B. Hur-j nett. SPRING OUTER GARMENTS EXCLUSIVE STYLES CORRECT FABRICS MODERATE PRICES It will certainty pay you to make an early selection it interested in buying a new spring coal, suit or dress. A wicte selection of new exclusive and authentic styles are now being shown. Cj Each clay brings new models and each day many new models are sold. If you are to make your own garments you will be pleased with our showing of dress and suit fabrics. V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES r'ort William and Port Arthur have done well in the sale of Savings and Thrift Stamps. They were intro- duced on January -fit', and by the end ot February had been Eold. In one week worth wero sold tn the schools. The "Twin CHILDREN'S COVERALLS These coveralls arc muile thc-v in front hi shatk-s of blue khaki. They protect Hit cluUiins and Irani %vtar ant! dill, -f fA Sizes 4 to 7 yearn. Suit Mrs. 1.. McKenzie was hostess at the tea hour yesterday afternoon in lionor of Mrs. W. V. liessey. who is leaving the city shortly. j Mrs. Jesse Harris and Mrs. A. Parks entertained informally last evening in honor of Miss Susie lUllesple. a most enjoyable evening being spent by the guests. The laughters and Maids of Eng- land held another very successful whist drive and dance on Tuesday evening In Iliirgtnaim's hall. The prizes were won by -Mrs. IJtnniHg first, Mrs. Carter (second. Mr. C. Wakelen (first, Mr. AVheatcroft (second, while the colsolalions went to Mrs. J. and Mr. Hiley. After the a very enjoyable time was spent m dancing. Mr. J. Hooker tictcil as iini.sler of ceremonies. Mr. Xeuds sup- plied the music, which was very much enjoyed by all present. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. R. Urch, or Monarch, visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. B. Pearson, of Edmonton, liead of the technical schools lor the prov- Cities" have now 1C4 War Savings So- cieties. St. AugustJn's choir practice will be held at the home of Mr, Brymntr to- night. All members are asked to turn out. I I The Xeil-of-Kin will meet in the Moose ball on Friday evening at 7.30- The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church nt end holding their white wear sale on Thursday, April 17. The Gladys Atlrec Classical Dancers will offer au exceptional evening of torpsichorean novelties at the Colonial Theatre next Wednesday evening In conjunction ivith the regular attrac- tions at thai theatre. Arrangements wore completed this orniiiR between Miss Atlree and the theatre manage m en I. and it is sincere- ly hnpeil (hat {he dancers will meet .willi a hearty reception, us it is the intention to continue the attractions throughout the next few weeks, j A o o WEDDINGS 4 fr 0 ENO'S FRUIT SALT the World Refrethed and Hcsltky The Delightful Tonic Aperient The marriage was solemnized on Monday, X7, at the residence o- tlic Preshytertan mlnlEter, Hev. -Mr. Ilenrile, of Calgarj', oC 31re. liulpilt and -Mr. llobert Faing. The llappy couple will make their residence in Lethbridge. WOMEN TEACHERS' CUU3 At meeting of the women teachers of the city, which was held in Calgary, a "Women Teachers' Club" was or- ganized, with Miss I.Clarke, president; -Miss Uruce, vice-president, and Miss A. Campbell, secretary. Tlie execu- tive chosen consists of the Misses .McFliatl, Streit, A. Koberlsou, F. Campbell and K. Clarke. Meetings will be held on tlic first Monday evening of each month, when subjects relative to the work of U-ach- era will be discussed. HOW'S ?OUR BLOOD? Pimples Eruption Blood People who have impure or inrt ished blood should he careful to talce only a'temperance remedy made of wild roots and barks such as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is and has been for nearly 50 years. Ingredients fir in led on wrapper. The fin I day you start to tafce this reliable medicine, impure germs and accumulation begin lo separate in Ihe blood and are then expelled through tbe flimirwlive organs, In place of the impurities, the ar- Icrits and veins gra dual ly get fresh vitalised blood and the action of this good blood on the skin means that pim- ples, boils, carbuncles, ecrcrna, rash, icne and all skin blemishes will dtsap- pear. Then you ir.Uil rrmembsr that when the blood is righl, ihe liver, slom- ich, bowels and kidneys become healthy ictive and vigorous and you will have- tip more trouble, with indigesllon, iche, headache. Gel Dr. Pleree's Golden Medical Dij toVery to-day al any medicine dealers, In tablet or liquid (orm, or send lOc for trial package to Dr, Piercc's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, M. Y. ow jw% I mf rtornnS aw) llrer 1 ur, VM mretd tvm an my ttOfMth i RVR mt to U lints. Woke wt wilfc I doctored mnaklnfl but dH not ret my retef unUI W try Doctor Picrw'i Md I to I ncvrr any rrtom FLOHCXCX Hooro. 4 VANCOUVER, March ''Sleeping 'flu" is what.tfc doc- tors term the of a two- year old Vancouver, -.hijrf, who hat been asleep lince March 11 and who ii being kept ajive by means of nourishment artificially administered. The child was tak- en 111 on March .6. The case is the first of iU hind to reported here. SIR WILFRID LAURIER'5 HUMOR (Toronto Saturday An example of the humor which liaraclorized the laic Sir Wilfrid curler, even ta his old age. rras H etler written by him lo Mr. H. P. Gadsby, cno of Iho apodal writers on lie staff of Saturday Night, and an old friend of his, on January 26th ast. It was with reference lo an ar- icle in Ihe form 08 an after-dinner speech written by Mr. flaflsby lit con- nection with the "Gentlemen we have with U3 tonight." now running n thfeEo columns and wai In part as follows: I rend your speech proposinR my heallti. Of course I could not but no- tice llio gently Ironical lono which permeated your utterances, hut f real- tzeil that tf motlTCs and actions wore to bo appreciated in Toronto, a friendly 'hand wouM rather use Ihe light touch llian Iho precise of strict reality. Xctther could I fall to observe Ilia I you were nddresaing the select readers of Satnrtlay Night. "Vet more was lo come: the crown Ing proof of your friendship was your cortfesHlon that you smoked the 'Laur ier cigar." I do not use Ihe weed in any form, bnt It .was someliinca my lo( to ihe odor o: (he Lxinrlor cfgnr, and 1 concluded .whoever amckcd it was not only i CREPE DE CHINE N'ew Klock of extra fine crepe tie chine in splendid line ol FhatU'ri such us mahe. poaoh, btLrgundy, navy, taupe, .sand, rose and black. 31 n or inches .-A'lde. Very Kpc-dal WHITE HABUTA1 SILK This is a real bargain in gooil ivliUe wasbahlfc halmtal silk, fuil :IO inches wide, suitable lor undervvenr. chihlren's dressc-s, etc. V Special, yard "y 1.00 WHITE REPP 30 inch pure white rc-pp for child- ren's dresses, middy waists, dress trimming, etc. Fine quality am! good wearing. Very Special Our Suits Are Priced From TO Here you will find an al- most endless assortment of ex'l'.isive in serge, gaberdine, broadcloth, velour, tricotine, etc. Styles are plain tailored and fancy novelty styles. Also some of the new box coats with fancy vests. Full range of desired colors in all sizes. WHITE PIQUE White pique in assorted uidtha ol cor-h. Excellent quality, wo have the tt'jdi- widths U'hich cut to such good Moderately priced nn at and iJUC NEW PLAID SILKS Xeu- EtyUr and new colorings In fancy plaid Thcpe make up in at- tractive and shirts. Full "t! inches wide, st.