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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, 1, 1920 THE LETHBRinGE .DAILY HERALD PAOE NINETEEN FREEOF111E ArW.Tfcrw ef Surferinj, >jnUnT-A.-nVES" BromU, Rtlief ft ft II 'P'ERSONAL SJr. ti G, Holyoak leaves on for Edfflonton where Ire-Trill realms" In tho-future. Mr. D'-Sfsrphy leaves tibmcrrow night for CalgatT whoro'be -sirlH !K future reside. 'ij-Mr. and lire. F. Hedley Isive remov- ed Uo Ihelr nsvr residence, 1310 GIU ivve. 'Mr. F. H. Ktt'lo, of the Branch of the Department of In- terior, Ottawa, was in the' city yes- terday OB his way to Calgary. rHon. A. J. McLean and Mr. Li. C. CharlesTvorth, both of Edmonton, are in the city, s' JJady Pope, municipal regent of the J.'O. D. B., Ottawa, has lent her. full iupjwrt to the movement of the cition of-her seat on tie "X U5p4dn County''Council may be con: firxnatlon of ber rumored intention to (Nlura to.America as soon as hor-ac- tlou against the Duke ts disposed of. It is a month'sintio. obtained the, decree for the of: conjugal and Ihe wiilcli is a uateral ly.--'The Sjinderjand 'iea.y ano.taor (step '.tluhee1 uayb announced-: the en- gagement of their daughter, Elizabeth': lo A. .Clynn PdarsonY forjneriy of tho Princess Patricias. The marriago will take shortly in London, England, and they will reside for n tinie in Paris. Mr. ond Mrs. Biliott and Miss Elliott have spent tho winter In the south of ilia former "aro expected return to Winnipeg early In Jurio. ;The Dally Chronicle says: "The Duchess Gf "Maryborough's reslg- the guesti at the marriage of Jilss Armorel Macauley Thomas and Col. J. A, Oimn, H.C., which, took placa'-.ln EpgiaBd on April C, George jnd'iady Par- ley, Admiral of tlid Lord Walter Kerr, Slr.Henry and Lady Hprnby. Sir Wroth aud Lady LetbbrMgs, .Lady Jane; Van' Kougbnet, Sir William ond Lady Beardmore. Sir Trevor and Lady Damon', Sir Ausustus and Xan- ton, ilrs. Bollthp, Lady and Kirk- Patrick, Sir. Dpnald Macmaster, K.C., M.P., and Jlrs. M.oomaster.' c> fj t} tarlouS departments ere In a condition and the work of Jib tchoorslveif scope ior lie.dllisent urk 55 t, las-go eta I v' ofticera ted 'ttipatipn were relieved and once more., To all who sulTer from Indigestion, Constipation, Itlicumatio Tains or. great' FatiguCj I advise the use of 'Fruit-a-tives'." ilatoe HORMIDAS trialsizeZSc, At ail dealers .or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-Uves Limited, Oltawa, Oat. Need' Is felt for a. Teacher Training CleEi, intention to have this as early as possible The following ot da- parlmentV wefle .el ected Ceiieral Mi. J. Tor- ranee. General Mr. Wm. Martin. General Mr. A. Annette. A. LaUe. Dejit. (To be Boys' B. Soady. Primary Dept. 'Mrs. Mcllvena. Beginners' Dept. Mrs. Annstts. Musical Jackson. Religious Education and Librarian- air. li. H. Bruce. .Cradle. Roll Mrs. Smith. iHome rMrs. Ross. could ;iie scoured to take charge of girls' department and Canadian Girls ia Traiuing which has so -vigorously and successfully been conducted for tie past two years by Mrs. but who is unable to continue as Mr. and -Mrs. Hoggins are termlnaiing tbree years' splendid work In the .chnrch In June and will lake a new charge then. Several par- 'ents present spoka ot the intimate re- lationship Sirs.. Hodgins baa fostered between1 herself and the girls and oi the help the girls bad received. c 4 ft 9 GENERAL Before You Every Genuine Packet bears the Registered Name tlie O. W. V. A. n'ero tlie scene JYiday ovenlng of" a most delightful dance, i :when over one hundred couples were present to attend, the public'opening. The spirit ot gaiety was everywhere evident. Dancing on the new maple 'floor was greatly- enjoyed, along with only imitations, aot itiful Ham long, 'thick, luxuriant hiir is largely a of .care, and Dasdrnff is more destructive to the hair than anything else. If the scalp itches accumulations; if the hair is dull, brittle, 'lifeless and coming out you need" is 'dependable, i It. quickly removes all fVjidruff and prevents thelisir fromfajlinjout. The itching stopaahd the hair be- gins, to tone up and Ihat receives regular applications of Htfkklx has life' feW JO tn or bt "Tkt Cm IIU Mdniu Dtrt. USA. McUfftt, andsnap-radiaUahealth, IB soft, fluffy, and kbuadant. Yon will be surp'rised and de- lighted with HtrpkUt. Waalwrecommerid HftficUt Soap, It i-i a safe, pleasant 'and effectivo Bharapoo. SoMatoH Drag aod Dep't. Stares. Applications at the Better Barber Shops. SPECIAL D. HIQINBOTHAM CO. LIMITED. the alluring music rendered by BereE- ford's orcbeatra. Od and dancing continued on into the small -hours. Great credit is duo the social committee ivho' did everything in their power to enlianco.the guests' enjoyment, and much praise, is extend- ed to the following so'ably raanaged the .affair: Mrs. :Lorig- Tvorth, Sire. McGuire, -Mrs. Charles McKillon, Mrs. Tonks, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Androivs, aud Jliss Cleaver. i f CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Annie s! (-Mrs. Burnett the authoress, refused an in- vitation .to -contest South Bdmburgh a's'a Liberal candidate. Kight Hev. H. Allan Gray, D.D., Bishop ,of Edmonton, and Mrs. Gray, are'.qn route to England where tha Bishop will attend the Con- Among tho guests .at the marriage of Mtss Thomas aud Col. J.' A. Qunn, C. B., C. Ai JM. place in on Anril 6, were: Sir. George and' jfldy Perley, 'A'dmiral of the Fleet Walter Ks'rr, Sir Henry and Lady Sr Wroth and Lady Lotlibridge, Jane Vun Kough- C- 1 net, Sir William AndrLady Beardtncre, sir Trevor and Lady Dawscm, Sir Needlavrork Club will and Lady Nanton, Mra. tho homo of 'Mrs. C.-C.-Cpne, 1200 6th Ave. S., on Monday 'afternoon at 3.00. TboLethbridge Municipal Chapter, t O. D. R, vrill hold their regular monthly meeting at-8'o'clock Monday ovening, Hay 3rd, in the Y. Bl. C. A. Will' the executive kindly at 7.30 for a short meeting. The. officers and members of Do- minion Rcbekah Lodge, No. 41, will at Burgmann's hall Sunday, at'6.30 to attend anniversary eer- vloe of tho I. 0. O, F. in St. Majrv's church, Norti Lethbridge. Visiting sisters welcome. r Bolitlio, Lady and Mr. Donald Macmaster, K.C., M.P., and 'Mfa'. Macmaster. Mrs.. D, K. Elliott, of have announced' .fho en- gagement or tijeiridaughter.'Elizabeth A. Glynn- Pearson, formerly of Ilie Princess1 Patricias. The m'arriago will take place shortly In London, England, and they will reside for a tima in Paris. Mr. nnd Mra. Elliott and -Miss Elliott have spent the winter in the South ot France, and the former are expected (o "return to Winnipeg early in Juno. UNITED ANNUM. SCHOOL The annual meeting of the 'United church Sunday school, waB. held i last evening. A largo number of teacli'ers and officers eat down to a very ..tasty dinner provided by the Canadian Girls in Training. 'til Following this a program of .brief addresses was given, as-iTollows; V; "SVhy am I a in the Sufi-' day By lyrs.. King. "The Sunday Schopl. Teacher .-'aid.' the program of By Mrs. Mcll- vcna. much of lesson sludy should CARRANZA TROOPS .IN CLASH WITH REVOLUTIONISTS AGUA PR1ETA, Sonera, April Carranta troops and revolutionists hnd their first clash (In the mountains di- viding thD slates of Chihuahua and Sonora today. It was announced at military headquarters tonight that ad- vance'jdbiachnients. of the two forces clashed near 1'ulpitotass. CHINAMAN TQ BE SPANKED Hudson's Bay 250th A SPECIAL WEEK -OP1HE ABOVE -MONDAY, IT O.UB 3sotii ANNIVERSARY; simi be commemorated in a manner worthy of the occasion; ami we.find that this is being done. la the larger cities where THE Huusox s BAY Co. are established, representatives of the cilj, nnd public spinal men of the various associations, have joined hands with the Company in an effort to make the celebration a complete success. In these cities are being held Historical Pageants on a. scale never before attempted in this country. These pageant5 "'ill be, filmed nud riiowu throughput tho Empire and "Trill faithfully portray the progress that Canada has made'in the-list 860 years, a progress inseparably linked up with the- formation and growth of The Hudson's Bay Company. FnJm the fimo the intrepid'traders first pushed their venture, some of pioneering "on behalf of Great Britajni ..As poe recalls-tile indomitable courage, faith and patience of those early pioneers, tlic Great Traders of tho West, one realizes that it was they who Inid the foundations of commorciRl and industrial life" in this Wesferir Canada of ours. 'Tho difnculties and dangers, the hardships and. they, endured, all tended to raako our lot in life the easier. From those early trading days, commerce and industry have been revolutionized, and'in the pro- cess there has been evolved the modern" Departmental big factor in the social life of any community. It has been decided during this Celebration Week' to offer SPECIAL VALUES on several lines of SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE. 'Hie jtpre itself .will ho 'in gala array, sparkling with the brightest, newest spring nud summer marked at attractive .prices. display's and the. interior decorations will be of'nnueual interest and well worth a personal visit. Oilier attractions will be gifts for the in the form ot Talking Records, made especially for The ...___cipate holding a Monster Picnic and .._ citizens of Lethbridge and surrounding districts villjbifitiyilea. ScYeral prizes donated by the Company will be competed event, r SEE THE FULL PAGE ANNOUNCEMENT -OF OFFERINGS ON THE-- OPPOSITE PAGE; TORONTO, April Chuci first Chinaman to be cdiclnll in this city, be having been gled'oiit for this distinction bs ''judge Coalesworth today, when Chuci 'Iwats sentenced to a month In jail am a spanking for stealing cloth. Spank ings' feature jutjge Coateaworth's sen tencea for minor' oKenecs theso. days. DRAMATIC READER AND ENTERTAINER Vfhd has delighted Lethbrldge audiences, nvllf appear fn> Humorous Dramatic Recital JON TUESDAY, MAY 4tli ,At S.OO o'clock in tho United Chnrch of North Ixilhbrldgo, under tho auspices ot thp cho'.r. in Interest of the choir's JIuslca.l-Fe8tival'Wnd, Mo G. O, Benham CORNET 'sq'ioiST OF, CHICAGO You Are Welcome Come Qiii Fee! at Home Openii Mces Synlay Hsy 2nd IN OUR NEW HALL, DOMINION BLOCK Morning, 11 o'clock Evening, FOURTH AVENUE Evangelist H.' JEVI. CADWALDER FROM SOUL-STIRRING MESSAGES tEtHJBRIDGfi WILL PREACH GOODMUSIC' CHARITIES GET PROFITS ome Olitrlbuted Through Brltlih .War Plcturei. Clnematograpli pictures taken on IB western front durins the year nded July 31 brought in J360.000 to he British War OHlce Committee, controls their exhibition. Sinca tho date mentioned as been distributed; to Drit- sh AViir Otlico charities; to ia Canadian government; to Vustralia; to New Zealand; to Strain Africa, and o India. All films taken on the various routs have now been delivered Into he possession of the War Offico and ertain sections 1o tho Canadian Oov- rnmeiit. All. expenses of the com- ultteo hare been mot out ot protlts, nd no charges bavo been mado upon nubile funds. Linen should be ironed lengthwise tho weave, not crosswise. MANY of our oldef folks vill recall {he old fashioned shoemakers who visited from home to home, making shoes- of great Durabilttu One GoodProJuds Gcorgina shoes possess the thoroughness of the old-time, hand-made fool wear. Combined, wilh il ore all the comfort, fine finish and aristocratic ap- pearance resulting from the best rnodem shot production. GEORGINA SHOES Obtained through Canada's Leading Boot Shops W. J. NELSON 6i CO 1BTHBRIDGB ;