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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAUCU 25, 1919 I'Mfi DAILY PAGE ELEVEN M1LAD1 PHONE 12M t, lias oace tnord resumed fcer duties. Mrs. It. Barrow man imJ children lare leaving In the near future lor aB I extended vUH to Scollaud. c PERSONAL Mrs. James received the nail rnnva yesterday morning of tbe death o? her father lii Gait. Out. Mrs- Jotn Leugyl lias returned to lier homo la Slavoly, having recovered from Influenza. Khn lias spent tliree months iu 'Mr. K. Ainsworth is a visitor In Edmonton ihU week. The many friends of Mrs. 11. II- Jloyt v.'itl lie pleased to learn that sbe "is non' much belter and on tbe. road to recovery. Mjai -M. Cameron, of (iin Travellers' Aid, who has 'been eon fined' to her home through illness for the past two HAVE YOU If ran OM Buk regularly. Women who Ibelr own and con- ttantlr hsre their hands In water, nothlDK equals lor keeping tUe hands In good coudltlon. Or. IT your {lands arc chapped, OUB thorough application ol Zam-Bak at night "will bring by morning, and continued use of thU balm will heal the cracfca ani rougbnesi. Miss Delia ot 15 McKay fit., Ottawa, Bays: For two 1 Buffered tculelr from cracked end chapped bantis. I various ealvcs, wbtch seemed to do them good lor a time. Imt soon as I went out doors mj" hands would come just as bad as ever. A-friend adrised me to try Zam-Buk, and It was really wonderful how even tlie first application of tills balm stopped the smarting and drew out the sore- neat. In a Terr short time my bands quite -smooth again. Now 1 rub on tny hands all through the winter, and new trouole cr chaps." For chllnlalns, cold eczwna, holla, ulcers, blooct- poiMnins, cuts, and scalds, Eam-Buk It etitiaHjr good. All On Wednesday CYenlug the mem- twrs ol the Willard C. T. f-. met at the home ot II. Ingratn, I3H 3rd Ave., N- and surprised the es- teemtil president, Mrs. J. t who la niakhig frs. Ilutton. second; Mrs. Ixiwc, con- solation; gcn'.s, J. Hooker, first; W. Taylor, stcond; S. Smith, consola- tion. During the crenlng musical uid vocal selections were rendered. The happy gathering dispensed at 2 o'clock with Uie singing of the Xalfonal Au- thc-m. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Spring Is Near-Spring Goods Are Here And Waiting The mild weather, and brighter sunshine, sends shopper's thoughts to the needs and necessities of spring. For the coming season we have gathered very large and splendid slocks, full of variety in all lines, and everywhere quality that assures satisfaction. Important, loo, is the large economics this store was able lo effect in many in- stances over market conditions. Our patrons will receive full and generous benefit of same. Dolman Coats and Capes Are the Styles of the Season And they are here in a large number of styles. Made of smart, exclusive fabrics. One. beautiful cape of blue gaberdine, large collar, loose sleeves, nine inch band aroujid bottom, all beautifully trimmed with military braid, lined throughout with American rose silk. Another novelty is a beige velour coat with cape effect, lined throughout with fancy'rose silk. Other novelties are the suit dresses in navy serge, with pretty vestees of blue and white foulard and tiny silver buttons. While still another has vestee of sand tricollette. These models are the lat- est from New York. Prices to t Lemons Do Whiten! Try This on Face, Neck, Arms, Hands '.The lemon .juice masaaEe ludulged In once or (v.'Ic'c each day means ;i little lime and trouble, girls, whal ol (ho sjlemHfl rcsulln? A Kktn lileacb- cd white, a complexion Ihe bloom of n peach, a soften- ing of Ihoso lines of care; in lact, a uloriutnt of nature's purltj" awl hands white, soil ami u( charm. girl or woman liasn't he anl ol lemon j'nicb (o remove complexion blemishes; to hleach and, to bring out the. roses, Ihe freshness and lliu Jiiuui-a ijeauty? But lemon iulce atone is atid, therefore irritating, should be mixed with orchard white this way. Strain a line cloth the juice ot two fresh lemons into a bottle .containing about three ounces of orchard white, then shako well ami you have a whole quarter pint of sfctn nod complexion Totiotj nl about the cost one usually pays for a small jar of, ordinary. coW cream. Be sure to strain the lemon Jake so no pulp gets into [fie bottle, then this lotion will remain pure and i fresh for mouths. massaged daily into the face, neck, arms and hands tt should nat- urally help to whltsa, clear, smoothcn ami beautify Ihe sktn. Any druggist will supply ounces' of orchard white ftt. very liltlo COB! and the- grower has tbe Advertisement. I All tho young people' of Wesley f church are invited to a mtetlnfi in i Wesley hall this evening (Tuesday) [to organize a tennis club. I 'Miss Attree will not be in bridge this week lo take her usual j classes in dancing. j The re "will be'no raeetitis of St, John's .Arahalaore Brigade Over- seas on Wednesday GTehlnB- Memhers of the .Dawrhtcrs raid Mniris of Engl.-ind'are ftjJccd.to (ake notice thai in future all drags charged to the lodge are to be gotten from tho Frauk Hedlay Urug Co. The Young People's Society of tlie Christian .Knflearor will meet tonight ES arranged in thA Ufiitetl church at 3 o'clock. i Tho Women's Bible Study class wtU 1 nice! as usual 5n tlie parlor of j Knox church on Wednesday atternooa at S o'clock. Smart New York Jersey Suits and Dresses The smartest.styles produced in New York this season, depicting all that is new and fashionable. Some in solid colors in rose, taupe, others grey and jay blue, grey ancl purple. Only bne of a style to select from. Smart ndw and ultra stylish. Pretty Figures Are Laced to Careful Corsetry Good health is often traced to the same source. That's why this store emphasizes the importance of perfectly fitting corsets. You bo interested in the various models featured here in brocho ant] coutil, front aDd bacfc lacing styles. Types for figure. THB ot the best front laccil corsets on the market, suitable styles for every figure. Kitted by our o CA corsetiere. Prices ROYAL WOnCBSTEH AND BON Every style lor the ymall, medium and large figure. Prices r> nr to.............................................. O.ID D. ft A. CORSETS, LA DIVA ANT) OODDESS-rla back O ftft and front lacing. All styles. Prices ?L25 16 O.UU Dry Goods The Thislie Sewing Circle not I meet tilts week. The date 'will be an- nounced la lei4. In Manitoba the echool trustees are aMislinj well in placing War Savings and Thrift Slumps In Ihe schools. Al i Virden worth have been placed amons; (ho jcliolars. 'A Savings worker at Danpliia -Krilcs: have arranged .with Ihe rural, coun-' cil for a loan made available. to all the srhools In the. principality tar this purpose." CA-L FOR AUTOMOBILES I The cniergpucy cornmlltee formed by Ihn Sir Alexaniler Gait Chapter, 1. O. E.. Is badlr In need o[ more cars to dislrityite Bou'ps uliring the present epidermic.- able lo olfer the same Is asSed to 'Mrs. Wednesday Specials TEA Imported Irish goods with letlereil bord- er in fasl colors. Usual value 16c each. Wedncs- -1 Say, 3 jalrs for CKAS1I TOWELLING Heavy linen finish '.vith Iionlfr. Wortb '35c yards 1 Aft for I 1'UU BN'ULISH, Ideal for underwear. 3G inches wide. Regular price 2flc yard. Wednesday, ,-j r yard 10C NATUHAb COLOR 36 Inches wide. Lovely cloth lor children's wear, dresses or aprons. Usual 1 Art 45c yard. 3 yards tor GABKRDIN'B In the correct I'alra Beach shade. For wash suits, ralddizs and Nice weight IOC and fast color. 35 wide. Wednesday, yard WHITE JA1' 1IABUTAI 30 inchfs wide. Fine bright wearo (or waisls or underwear. Regular -l nn price fl.60. Wcilnesday, yard l.iU KXTRAOK-aiN'AnT VALUE IN SILK U11BPB CHINK Inches wide in all the leading spring sliaJcs. j >rr Worth today ?2.25 i'ard. Wednesday, yard 1.1 J THfl KA'YSER JIAKK in Silk Gloves. These come In champagne and black only. Extra -f An .special Wednesday, pair l.UU HEAL SILK In the lending shades of cham- pagne and grey. These orn first class goods and 1 specially marked for Wednesday selling at. pair EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN MILL ENDS fiOO yards for unbleached cotton. Strong nml heavy. 36 Inches wide. Thfie come In 2, 3, 5, 0 anil S yjlrd ends, and aro to be cleared nt, yard 1 C Kejul.ir price 25o yard...................... lift Ainsn-ortli (IJOi) .or Tilley Grocery tent Soupc will be called for am! delivered by llils, committee. THE HOUSEKEEPER WILL SEE. IN AN INSTANT WHERE SHE CAN SAVE MUCH MONEY ON THE BUY- ING OF HER GROCERIES TOMORROW, FOR THIS LIST IS BRIMFUL OF THE SHARPEST KIND OF SAFE ECONOMIES. Beans, V.'bite B. C., No. 1, per Ib................... 10c Beam, While B. C., No. 2, 3 Ibi. Wagstaffe's Strawberry Jam, 4s, per tin Hudson Tea, No. 4, per Ib........................55c Lenpox Soap, 10 bars for............................50c Glycerine Toilet Soap, Miladr, 3 for 25o Infant's Delight Toilet Soap, per cake............ 10c Tomato Soupj for..................... 35c Jelly Powders, McLaren's flavors, 3 for.....33c Assorted Jam, li, in glais, Empress brand, each 35c Marmalade, Shcrrilf's, 4s, each...................... 90c Potatoes, good clean stock, 1CO Ibs. Peaches, Evaporated, choice, per Ib.........'........ 25c We have McKenile> and Ferry's Vegetable Qeedi in packcu and bulk; also Brome and Alfalfa seed. NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY PHONE 3I3 PHONE 313 Men's and Bpys' Wear MEN'S MBDIUSI WEIGHT- COMBINATION UNDER- A' good garment for early, spring.. S lies Pn 34 lo 42. Special; per euit --J. MEN'S WORK Made of a .good' quality hear' flannel. Color grey. Sizes 15 to 1714. .Specifl I ____ A LIGHT WEIGHT COTTO.V colors grey, ta'n and black. per pair ____ CpTT.ON sleeves. Auorted-CA cuiurs. io 52: opeulai, each Housefurnishing Dept. HAVE TOU TRITO OUR LIQUID CEDAR WAX? (JA U is different. Per bottle 3vC It hrlghtens and tresenres your QC- linoleum. I'er tin BOe and O3C LINO You don't hire to tacks, it Oft- makes a nlco smooth job..Per Ib. JVC "A REMINDER In frjrtay last's isjetic of ire mafie a special offcrir'B ot all Llnu.euma and Floor Oiicioih HI sieaily .reduceij prEco Jor ofip wsek only ind remember Satarday n-ill bo day at our Special Olfering in Hits line! This will no L Appear again. PHONE No. 513 Department LADIES' BKUhOOM Fancy cretonne leather sole, rubber heels, Eizes 4 to 7. Regular J3.50. Special OIHLS' KID TOP With" patent leather toe cap. S (o 10. Special LADIES' Either bu'.ton or lace, Cuban heels, sties 3'to 7. Special YOUTHS' SCHOOb Made of a good ity box calf. Sizes 1 to Special Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN SIS.DO TO A WEEK f If you cannot spend three 'years In hospitftl or are past bos- rpltal Age llmll, send name and address oh postcard tor year book Ihe 0. S. N. Hotne-yractlco Method of aliidy- Ing trained nursing, State tie. The Ountaaqna Sclwd 01 rfllllBg JAMESTOWN, N. V. wBudson's nay (Tampany WOMAN AMBULANCE DRIVER RETUflNS X''.i Mrs. J. K. 1IIS16J', C.A.S.C., has re- turned to Crtgarj', tmvltii! teen bince Oclobcr', 1915. Sho (fral position In the Mr. 'and Mrs. nilherl, SOS 16th was prettily decorated with HaS3 lonal Anthem. "Our overseas .mbilance? enlirt I Ave. W.-Ca1gary l.er.W. taollnc_ ami .he honor consp.c-, by Mr. responded ed In (he C. A. S. C. iiously displayed contained ten lo by Hargeant Gordon Ross. "The her own nmbulanco from "tailing shrapnel daring raids orer Ixmdon. j On .one occasion slie calitvl lolv convey a wounded man Irom n sta- lion to the hotplol. On arriving lound the casualty to be (he Idler in trie Ixnk at Weybunt. Sisk., of wlilch her husband was. On another occasion.) she met a nurse at railway had a leller :co.linE3 opened by a proposed by John K. McKnlsht o by tho girls, "You to by Jlr Slover, and the Smith. The proce ENTtRTAtNMSNT FOR wclcorno i-v, ,_, RETURNED SOLDIERS Welcome Back at Homo Swcel Home" i singing of My Ccmnlry TIs of Thee, followed the Itooloey. by 4 ladles "exctlled themselves In 'V a.iS responded i vldlns ami .licensing n most '-f3 A1' An entertalnacnt In the behalf' AHcr full Jmtico been wc" (o the the sdUller.i of Iho me good the ol introduction know-i Hollow District, waa.given by Iho-] loasl list was clven. Mr. raul Madge j The following tirogr.im nas 'then ing the other "Wlilo Awake" branch of the Women's'presiding: "To mehiory' of onr fallen iglrcn: .1. K, Hisloji htr hitshinii; who was'institute in the school house on propniea by Mr.'.Madge andj Hong, "Oh How I Hate to (let Up In 1 wounrted months 3lnco IB day, March Jlat. Ihe sptcto-.ia. build' drank to in silence. "King and badljr a charge of Ihe Port Garry Horse, Is enpffcteil lior.ie very shortly. Mrs. Hilltop Is now stajriac flu- was converted'into n banquet hall for the occasion .where tnljles were ovcr.M .TSoToow try" proposed by Mr. (Ico. Harrows, and responded to t-y Mr. Joseph U McKnlght, and the tinging of the Nat- the the school. Recitation, "In Plunders Fields" ancl "America's Jlifses Mary Easom and Susan jr. McKnliht. InslninWlal el- ection, "Star of the Mrs. J. McKnljhl and Miss Susan M.cKnight. Recitation, comical, Mr. Iran Mnrton, Song. "A Soldier anil a Mr. A. T. Witts. Recitation, "Caleb's Court- Miss Bngene Miirtqii: "I Wish 1 was a Mfater Harold Nealc. Song, ".The Glwf of The Grand. Old Miss Mary Easom. Song, "Heart of Mr. J.< JIcKnjsht. Song, 'Daddy's Loi- Misses Dorotby Mag- gie McKnighl. Purh'.c the arogram an important Item inserted1, that of each of. tho gnests ot honor Iho recfptent of. a bcautlfnl foimtain pen and gold knlfo with Inscribed InlHats. }lr. f. Q. Mailer in making the presentation very suitably conveyed the sincere good wishes ot all present, which was fittingly replied lo by Mr. Oorcton on ot: After giving three cheers for tho' ladles and the singing of a most enjoyable (om'tlcic was; brought lo a Thanks are