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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UAiLi ..i. >EMONAl. V. 9' Dr. Galbralth i-id .daughter Hutu lelt for Chlsa'si where will spend tho Ea-tcr holidays Mrs. OalBriltU and this of in the city Mrs. A. R. lielme'r, of Calgary (neo Miss Ruth Unk, formerly .of who lisa been visiting her par- ents at, jJlrrbr' Lake, the at tie homo of. her slater, Mrs. J. X Harris, 621 'llth St. 3. .Mr. Harvey. KfBsock, of Calgary, yesterday In the city. Mr. G. Irving, of tb'o Banlc of Montreal, left last night for Calgary to meet TUoy will return to'Hho city In a -few days. Ullr. Charles'MacKay .left, for CaV gary: this afternoon. SOCIETIES O 4 4 Tho Art Needlework .Club will meet aVtho home of iitre. cents per day. A Room Without BatK The lime U rapidly approaching when without a bath will as much out date as IB tho room without running hot and cold water, equipped only with a wash bowl and pitcher. The travelling pub- lic demands more today in hotel ser- Tice iust as. it demands hotter food, better clothes aid heller standards n all things. Tho holds erected to- day aro permanent structures that wilLhe good'for many years and thoy should be built to meet tho demands of the future and that demand will bo for a bath with every room A room without a hath in a modern fireproof hotel: eho'iild rent for not less than per day. This makes allowance for vacancies and tto ueccssary upkeep. Room January 1st, 1920 In The estimates given in the previous articles are for small that do uot eiceed 10 feet by H feet In size. There aro iu every holel, EOn-e rooms that ars larger, than lob, a room 12 feet by 16 feet heine; qutle common, but a room 12 feet by 16 feel Is about one third larger than a room 10 feet by 14 feet, either with or without halh. It Is self-evident that the larger room costs more to build and, because there is usually more furniture large rconi, U costs more to .furnish. The rental of the arger room ttnd the maintenance and icpreclation of the furniture are therefore increased almost directly In proportion as the size is Increased. U does'not-cost so much more for the payroll, laundry, ligHl, heal, and water for the larger room than! for the smaller one, therefore, a fitr' estimate of the increased cost to the operator of the 13 feet by 16 feet room, as compared with the 10 feet by H feet room would be npproiimale- 1y fifty cents per day. giving us then, the following, minimum rates for the three kinds of rooms in a modern fire- MEETINGS Rebckah Notice All Kebekahs are requested to meet at tho Oddfellows Hall at 2.30 o'clock sharp, Sunday afternoon, to altoad [ho Cuneml ot our late beloved sister, Annie Morden. I. 0. O. F. Notice All members of the Independent Order ot Odd Fellows are requested to attend the funeral ol our late Sis- ter Morden, on Sunday afternoon at Knos church at 3.30 o'clock. Mem- bers will meet in I.O.O.F. Lall at 'J. o'clock. Any iierson having a car, their services will lie appreciated. end Its Wages." In regards to these services selected SOURS and music will lio rendered. All are heartily welcome to the special meetings. Poultry Men The Ixillibrldgo Poultry and Pet Slock Association will hold a meeting In the Board of Trade rooms Monday nt 7.30 p.m. S. G. Porter at "Y" The Christian Men's League will moot Sunday at 3 .p.m., in the V. M. C. A., when S. 0. 'Porter vrill he tho speaker. An invitation lias been, is- sued for young men to attend. S. A. Candldatei' Sunday connection with the Salvatiou Arrny. young people's special meetings will call to duty, be conducted The North Letbbrldge United foot- ball club held a whist drive and dance in Burgman's hall last night when a good attendance turned out. The win- ners at cards follow: Ladles, Sirs. J. by Adjutant Hardy all day tomorrow, I Steele, first; Mrs. Scott, second and1 Sunday at 11 'a.m., Ihe Adjutant's Mrs. Oshorne, consolation. Men: A. subject will be, Call to and j Mcllvena, first-; B. pJvarrts, second, at 730 pm he speak on "Work I and J. Miller, consolation. To the Life Assoc lion of Toron'to belongs Ihc diptinctl of being! the first Canadian llfe-iaai anco company a branch.offi in So rapltlly lias tlie.vol-' ume-.of business in force In Southern Alberta Increased during the pnst two years that tho company has felt justi- fied in Inking this important step, and by the end o: tho month-oil records, etc., affecting Southern Alberta busi- ness will have been transferred to this ty. Office accommodation adequate for present needs has -liecn secured with the W. V. Xclfon company at 416 oth St. S., and tho necessary additions lire now being made to the cilice staff. This company Is one of (he oldest, and has tho reputation of being one of tho most conservative and carefully niunageil, companies In Canada, and its action In opening permanent offl ccs hero is nu augury of firm confi- dence In the future of and Soiilhern Alberta generally. I.lto insurance 1ms grown Into gen- eral popularity during the past lew ypiu-s, which Is In part accounted for by tUo greatly Increased cost of liv- ing. A man requires ten thousand dol lars today to give his family tho sams protection that half that amount gave five years ago. and the sales orgaulza lions of tho different companies nr< being taxed to corer the fiold effici- ently. CMr. n. who bus repre- sented Hie company here since 1918, will have charge of the new office as district manaBer. a beaded bag tor Startling, but it'a true. Yew buy it, but you can raalcc it. Just a bit of this, a bit of that, and a few beads, and any woman may be the proud possessor of R bag that the retailer would ask for. HCorn- details for making diagrams and designs ihowinj where to place the heavy beads and lighter beads and how to sew them on are all ahcm-n, fipmc costs 50c., the beads a few dollars and a-few hours' work produces n novel and stunning beaded bag. ii so simple a child cin make It, Try iti proof hotel, based on prices prevailing January 1st, 1920. Room 10 feet by 14 feet without rate of per day Itoom 10 feet by H feet, with bath minimum rate4of per day. Uoorn J3 feet by llfoet, with bath minimum per day. Larger rooms wit'ti bath, minimum rate of day. In the previous in the smaller cltieJvbecauac of smaller payroll pendltn'res 'would be justlfieil in during these minimum rales by. p slbly twenty-five cents per day. Any hotel operator can dctcrmin what his rooms are costing him. 11 knows eiactly what he pays for ren including laics and insurance. U knows what his payroll eipendltur is. Ills inundry, heat, light, powc and printing and adrsrlisln can bVexncU; determined. He know what his Investment In furnltur totals and what "part must bo charge off each-year. Ho knows i( bis su rents pay the interest on the Inves mont in and tho Ui on' the ground. Tho operator know exactly what his' rooms co him and.what, his profit is oh oicb room. (To bo Continued in Nest Saturday's Herald.) BLUE TEA. When friends drop in the housewife is never at a loss if she is able to offer theni a hot cup of delicious Blue Ribbon Tea to be appreciated. CSKTS PER COPY ALL MEWS STANDS YIELD NOT TO TEMPTATION nootlcggiiiB liquor In Iho Slates.ll Is said, is fetching }20 a bollle. it was to get Ihis prlco that tho hoozo which fig- 't nrcd In Iho Cord-ton hoid-up was lining taken 10 gel II over the line. FUN FOR WOMEN TO DYE CLOTHES "Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded, Old Apparel into New Don't worry about perCect resulls ,.'5C "Diamond guaranteed Ic give a new. rich, fadeless color to an: whether It ho wool, silk, liner wtlon or mixed re sso- ilouscs, stockings, skirls, children' conls, feathers, draperies, covirings. The Direction Book with each pad ago tells so plainly how to dlamon dyo over nny color that you can nr make n ml-tnkc. To malch any me.irf.Mi nave dm st show you "Diamond Dye" Col' P1ROU FINED ON ONE CHARGE One chapter In tho conflict between B two Greeks, Nick Spirou nml Tom ellas, was disposed of In the city oliee court on Salurday morning lien Spirou, pleading guilty to the large of common assault, was as- essed ?3 and costa. The second large, that'of causing actual bodily arm, was adjourned to March 10th, 9 Mollas was stated by his couusol, F. Harris, to bo attll In tbo hospl- al recovering from the effects of the amc: This assault, as alleged, look lace about five minutes after tho utnmons was served-on Spirou to ppear in the court for tho first of- It was alleged thai, it was tho utcorae of tho indication ot Spirou I receiving the same. D. 11. Elton 3 appearing for the accused. Obituary passed away In he Oalt Hospital, on Friday night, a well-kntrwn and old-llmo( citizen in he late Dutlcaii McNahh, at the ago of 7< years. The deceased came t Canada direct to Ltthbrlilge abou twenty years ago from Stirlingshire n Scotland; wherft ho was born. For tho ifl years the McNahb farmed at Kfpp, and ho was there until failing health necesaltat; going Into the Oalt lloipilnl. Deceased loaves ti mourn his loss n widow, four sons, Donald. William, Murdoch, and Duncan, all of and two (loughIMS, R. I'elrlo and Mrs, K. Craig, of Van- 'couver. The funeral will tnkft placn on Monday -from Fctlcrly's r.irlora to the public temcterj. Onyx: "A Credit to Oat CiDtditn Pridt" by Means of Quality V 7ALUE in sKoes can be measured by mose things mat only can prove. If you would enjoy" longer period of satisfaction do not fail to on a basis of Qualiip. TKe Onyx trademark enables you to identify shoes iKat wear, enrj are comfort and rare artistry of bofK style and finish l in (he Letter boot stores Inrouglioiit Conada J. H. DE WOLFE LETHBRIDGE ;