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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 10, I'Jlfl urnmnincE DAILY IIKJWJJ PAGF. THIRTEEN MILADI MOTHER'S DAY v v PERSONAL and Mrn. linice t'gnybrare aro ne over lha arrlral ot a son. lion. in the A. J, of Kdmonlon Is cliy Miy on businen. IK (j. I'orVla relurnsil much Jo litallh, (torn a vltll at Jl, C. .Mr. Max Moscovlrh returned lu Ihe city yeaieidfly Jrom McCHI ITntxeriliy. where to lias been Uklnc i touree !u l.i u. Mrs. Hedley 1-a.s eufflclerulr recovered 'ronr lier recent operation i: i bo removed. lo her IHUDO on Hili btrect south. J Tire Thomas Poircll of (.'algary of missions vag In llie -fliy yesterday, rhiior nt Ibo UaJtcil Church parfonige, Mrs. U. NliupiQ.ifl ami UQ dren of Urunuiu nru In tbo thy for a few ilayri with Mr and Mie. Holn. .Nlininons, 1310 ilh Ate. south. pence of Canary, who will as-' [at In tiio organization ot a giri'fi iaptcror the 1. O. D. K. this ovealne rJll be the eucsl of MH. Suraes fur Llio diy. i Mr. and Mre. Jmiei Hendrie who ar- rlfcd liom overseas last weak, hare liEfln UIB KUC-59 or His former's sister. Mrs. A. K. Mitchell at Bow Irland. end are expected In the clly tbls" after- noon. A motif iho out ot town guests al the donee ri MaJor.Jark Kntu Chapter last evening were Mr. and Mri. Dill of Tiber and Mr. M. I-oyden ut Mrs. J. H. Mr IlilT Wallace and Mr. Wallace, aflcr n throuxli U. C. and a week's visit, Sti the clly, relumed yesterday lo Lheir wuch at Cyprus llllli. Sat Night Specials Come wilh ihe crowd aud share in this value- saving event Every bargain a real Bargain at thc Busy Store. FLANNELETTE yardsjcf White Flannelette, 26 Inches wlda. soil Mnlsh; lor ladles' or children's wtar; excellent value at 3Qc i A yard; Saturday N'lght Special per yard TURKISH TOWELS 300 pair ol White Turkish !n Rood ends; medium size and value of al letsL-75c. Saturday Isjght Special, .pair.................. .SILK BOOT Ladlc-s' Silk Boot Hose In KOOI! [tiling full furridnai' Hose; These are that sell 25 high as Sac loitey; nearly a.few. imlni or while: Unal 70c -v PINK'IWULL v liXt''yards of. fine Sheer Mercerised Pihh Mull, In soft finish. This'la Ihe Ideal'material (or underwear, night full Inches wide; regular .Saturday Night Special, yard..................----'...'. MUSLIN-' 10 ptecee of .While Curtain Muslin, 27 Inches wide, ivjlii horde? and llnlEhed edge ori border aides; suitable [or bedroom sod other v.'inrlowi.' Ilc-Gulnr 30c nn SaLilrdny Night ptr yanl V; SHEETS 100 pair of good htavy Sheets, size yards all ready for use. These are shcete (hat will give year nnd serrlcn In Regular 9 7C Saturday Night Special, YOU HEAR OF-RYLANDS; VALUES EVERY-' WHERE YOU GO. Vr Ry lands Co, "A targe Piano in a Small Case You m'll clioojo irnlmmcnl, IT yon jlHlgc a j-inno ij Jon mint picfcr 1L it you consitler i'dcUjK- The Apartment Upright Assiniboia Music 315 6th SLS. Phone Mrs. P CoUam and two re vlnIUQK in Calnury for B of AmonK remrntd oil >ts- lerday'a train Ironi oYersees. were rtc. Goklle, Plo. Poady. Pie. J. Laucc-Cpl. J. S. Smft'a. Pie. A. I'atn- ler and I'Le. Ambrose Cofaura. Tho ncv. Anthony Sveuccaki of MIclicl, 13. C- la a visitor at rk'k'R rectory ntid will stay oier Sun- day lo tuloifiicr Lo the Poles and Sla-r- ottlans oC (lie city. Mr, anJ Mrs. C. McLean fucc [ley uolds) bavc returned from the coait and taken un. their residence C2o lllk St. i Mrs. F.rneAl S. Jatison and children are leaving Monday to spend the sum- mer months ni NanostlcV, Onl. MUs Irene Johnston, who has been the suest of MTB. .lackson, loft ycaterday and will join the party at Moose Javr en route Lo Hie ens1.. Miss Lottie Wood, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. B. H. of Hamilton. aru'i'e'l in liie cily yeslerday from Calironila. Mr. arid Mrs. Wood will lie (lie Gucslc of and Mrs. J. W. Wood for a short lime befora re- turning to (heir liorae iu L'astern Can- .da. May 11th. Thfs day Jj get aside. Ibe rououy wile. A to honor Mothers- Could we your wrifire repay, Or (ell It In one abort diy? Ah, No. Bo aatfona far. bavo under- tTOod, And (hui, dotb hoaor Molherbood. Suffertai, joy, and lie ever ebbing tide? 01 tnd1 now we JTom all the world apart. Ho mm ne lo thee alone, dear lieart; And ore another year, tt-e thou wilt see sttil bappler daji. Moors. 'f SOCIAL EVENTS -i- ff ff V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Bon Temps Hoys entertained heir friends jii Ihc ConservaLory iL- liall last Thursday a iu formal And dance, Miss Helena Simpson at the piano and Ralph will] bis traps made nuslc whicli ibcir Jrlentls greatly predated.' Dancing-is mijch In (hla spring and among (he couples who at the KnlghU ol Pythias hall last a spirit o'l gaiety iirarellcd. The Major Jack Ross Chapter 1. O. D. B. lefl nothing undone (o further the success of-ihe occasion and! Airs. C, F. P. Cony Sea re. Mrs..P. Lund and Mrs, A. ilcf.'ori-Ic as natronesKe5'iTery graciously ret'eir- ed "the. gueitg! The hall wag very ar- in coraulned Jap- anese anti-patriotic effects, Tbe walls were draped hi fla'gs and liuntiog, ibe rffAya .being IIUHR, with polllers of flags. Dainty Japanese lanterns IjeinR hiing from chandelier lu.lho centre shed its llglil down on a leather scitee; In-a eor- ner behind lattice screens entwined u flowers, a cliarminB Japanese maid- en In'the person of Miss Viva served rcosL delicious orange aid. Mlas Arnolds orchpstrQ, from "a Dower ot (ems and.fiags_on (he stage, fnrnlebed excellent muslr. to 50ina uumlred couples' glided tarougli, walUcs. oiie-sLepi'-and tos trots. At mldnljhl refreslmie'ntS (were served by the members LO! ihe order and fol- lowing, Lhe coftcVriour all again Joined In the merry'whirl until Ine eirfy houra, Tbe_ was one lo be remeiri- Lered as e most enjoyable event, "ii being rather Informal that any poss- ible 'stiffness was removed by the. energy of the hc-atcsses the friend- ly 'reception accorded tlie many gnesla. Any future lunctIons given Ly the will be DiiibustosUcally piret] by LelnbriOgo society. The Art Needlework Club will meel T.-llh Mrs. Hay at 5lU Arenue on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The U. I. A. will meet at the home ot Mrs. Ceo. McNtbli, 210 5th Ave. RoutU on Mondiy alter noon al 3 o'clock. All' are Lo aUend. Thc VtHnwi'a Utiitii Bib'.el'ljiB will meet .Monday afternoon at Ibree o'clock ;ii the home of Mrs. Sny'der, fiia 8lb S'.. south. Kvery one welcome. All young ladles ol the cUy are asked to meet Die Y.M.C.A. audl lorium on Saturday evenluj; al sharp, when Mrs. Spence ol Calgary, will-be present and tht Girls' Auill i4np will be formed iu'o a chapter of tine Daughters of the Empire, Thc regular montlily electing ot the Nursing Mission hoard will be held in ihH V. M. C. A. oil Monday afcernoou at 4 o'clock. Thc annual meeting whjch was lo have twen held on that day has postponed for one month. Mother's Day will be observed to- morrow In the United church. In the mprblng-lhe pastor will speat ou the Eabject of good women of the Bible, and Mlaa Marjorle Smith will give a reading from MoLber's in Bonny.Briar Bush. The evenlnif Tlco will be in charge ol tat? young people. MY; ff m BE Ntw Custom is lo Flowers To Car- nations Now Shown Mothers' i-HI be OYeervtd in ihe city tomorrow, Sunday, in most ol the churches. There will be a in Knot Church In morn- ng by Ibe Rev. Denooa and iu N'eiley church JQ the eveuloe by (be Hcv. MolUere' has received a new tjfntficatlon thfg year In (hat'lhe ivcar- r ot carnatlonB to be eiteaded to the preseiUIng of flowers iu mothers, iuetead of there being only worn by sons and daughters, This Is a well conceived departure from (he BLUE WBBON Don't waste your time and money in trying to find some- thing "just as good" as BLUE RIBBON TEA Slates to make arrangements for tbclr mothers (o be presented with carnal- iona. Uv an the firm's orders fur tarnations, iu accordance province, by lure mothers to deliver thc flowers. These go as far away as Boston aud in. addition (o a well conceived departure from Ihe wllh Ihe messaECS. arc Bem On to ihe ordinary faslifoi, cf Mother..Vy Days. nlaces TO thc florR. Hrna Carnations will not only -Vorn but will be made offcrtnfcs IQ mothers. A splendid arny ot carnations Is lo be seen In Ihe jtore of the TerriH Floral Company, on Third Avenue, for Mothers' pay. the beautiful and dark iiid'pale pink flovreri, art lo be seen Eomethinc uiilque in tht way of carnations, and what has not been seen before, fn Ihe shape of yellow of patural growth. These arc the latest product in hor- ticultural experlmeuiE, and out ol way (.owera which will 'oe greatly ad- mired are the result. Amongst ihe iloiiE III the .ahon Vlndow are very fine rose blossoms; of the Ophelia and Columbia varieties, genia their kind. Added (o theso ihero arc come beautiful eweet peas grown under glKse. The. prcsentlDg. ot car- nations lo .mother OD her, day has caught, on so.much ihal the Terril Acral firm In the cliy has been inun- dated wllh {rum air pans ot the Hon. Mr. Calder's Claiay Taste In Wasfcpapcr Bask e Li U OTTAWA. May commons public accounts morn- ing continued [IB probe Into-the nset- ler of the rusLi purcbace for fhV of- fices of lion. J. A. mfnlil.flf of furniture at a cost of }710. At a foj- H7er njctllijg ol !he commlllee, j Hunter, deputy o! imbllc. wnrks, thai as a result of ilifa order leinn glveu to the Ottawa voiapany wilho.ut ihe formalltf of a requisition (rom Ihe department ot public worki. Ihe bill Iiaj been dlajtuted for a lime, but U I had been finally paid. Tho nilnJsur his erplatned that tbe order wns glv- j en la a hurry on Ihe evi? of his depart- ure on a hurried trip lo the iresi. t Atorphy, chalroian of llic com- jmlttee. the wIined'H as In i wastepaper basket' which tost f 32.S2, thai ihu price for such an article was "ihocklnj to the conscience ot ihe ordinary man." .Mr. Ritchie said tie had not aeeq the Lakel. but that U vets mahogany and Iu keeping Che set to vhich tl be- lle not say, however, that he had erer before sold a table EO large and.eipentlre as the one Iti this par- ticular set. Ttiere was nothing EO heavy or etrone made In Canada. In otSiar. ol Canada and In the Immigration, of t act of iambogany For the first time In Us Ii Is lory M-frc InrHcJ to be ;L annual dinner of Hsreland RED CROSS c- FMis3 Waagan, of tbe provincial secretaries ol'llie lied Cross, met the local executive last Tuesday morru.g- to dlscues a points of general In- terest In connection rllJi Red Cross worhi The visiting ot the Franlr San- itarium and work to be rtorie there was referred-to the provincial executive. are meeting al? Iroop :lt was tell that 'work alona; that line-was al-. ready beint; done efficiently. H .was a nnree be ilatloned at the'soldiers rest room permanently. This will likely come up for rtiacua- skm a general meeting in (he future. BIGGER HEALTH, also bk SUNDAY MUSIC Mulicfans, Notice v Special meeting wit) tie held ia llio labor (omplc. Dominion DIocV, Sun- day nt 3 p.m. The of The Lily can be youn. l.l wonderfully pure, toft, pctrrr while if- if fc perfect o( your ikh corapkxloatf yM 4 anJ fMn Mis.1! A. Hendrie. Thy Way Unlq Ihe Lord." Mrs S. (DTorakl. was Urn Billow." >lrs. C.-Hughes.. 4 4 WEDoiNQS tlj At Knoi manae on May llic mar- riage Malmic Soniiner of Uelh- brldje Alezanier Dale ol Eodorley, B. C., ifas celebrated. Bettme a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO 436.00 A WEEK If TOJ cannol tbrte yeaM In hoapllal or nro past bov' ptln) nge limit, send imd adilreji on postcard (of book ciptjliilng Ihe C. a. N. Jlomc-Prnctlro MelliM 6( Mudr- Ing Iralnrd nursing. 'nfe. The M. y. By a fine ot and f3.50 .costs; John" Berenl was made mire to the (act llul ho haaa-mlstaktn Idei In thlntlng thai because lie was it Qer- ri- he. was under no neceesfly (o send bU clilldren lo. KCb'ool. Along Tlth hln. Mike, Flroci was flncd (he 9Qm) wllh costf, for neglecting to tend his children lo Ihe cd ucailon whkh Ihe law requires. NO DUST AT LEAST IS ON STRAT- FORD'S BUSIEST BIBLE modern theory of "gtrniii" Is unseftlng' locll Police Court, procedure. Two witnesses ii .ono case Ihls morning declined lo kiss thft'Venerable and well.worn Bible that occBptes such a promlneni end In the taking of -evidence One.Witness .vvoaM not even touch ft prefeirinj lo hold up hand and do hli swearing in a linKarr Eiperti etirently dllitr. Tbe Chair man ol the Board of Health illd no hulUte.vcHo gave the book h resounding hut a doctor brought Along own vdllw til Holy Writ (or his MclnsTre ate .N'O oite vas able to ?ar Jut BOW king tie court's niblo had been 'doing' wn (or Ihe lips fatmiaani at howwer, "H had eanied lun comes tiom the right lood with exerdse Shrwwed Whca.t is the whole wheat farm, Its cm is a. delightfc meats and sUrct cooked and with mflk Wketker require a boot for wear; n 'jfiSceful.. two-toned at or. cnoon t find tkat Geoirjinii1; ai Onyx ereii.8 in Only ty of fine el an tioQ of f pecully brained work- caii our liiaiird of excellence Ui tbe way to niprnM -IM iind iMrriUV w. J. a .'Xi-. ;