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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 12, 1920 MKUALU MGE KLEVEN remliiio la c-li'diug' B eril' eele c- ions from well known local Tho ladies; ofi St.. Patrick. church ave announced their Intention to hold d dance in-the Masonic Hall on Mon- la'jr 'evening, May 31st. Dances hejd iftder auspices are at.wavs ejg- riy awaited and appreciated so that i large attendance can be confideut- y anticipated. Alleeovare receiving tbe'tf, Arts De- grees... Mrs. S. S. Dunham, went to Edmonton last-week. Mr. -punhani ex prcts'to be back Friday afternoon, AlV Janrt Mm' T V >TTlpliat4nil Of gcestt ner. Mrs.' T. N. JJUVS of New ItayUm, la tha'guest of Sfiss i Helen McKillop, .Mr. Cardstoa, was visitor lu the city yesterday. 1 VMIss Mela Wellington left last njlght for anda -Edmonton, where slie'svill BPCTH! lior Vacation. u Mr. E. Miirphy left yesterday for Calif., where he .will' in futuro reside. Mrs. R. p. -.Morrow and .infant, .of Taber, arjp'llie' siiesUT'orMrs.' STof- rbw's lesplo. A T S. De'aitie, ol Bovr Island, is a business visitor in iho city. A -JX- V. f T- .fcil'i A luge .and gainer ng of Cl'P. It eripidyfci and friend assembled at the Masonic hall las Mr.' and Mrs. jlos. Gil Friends will ba pleased (o learn of tho .progress of -Mrs. Frache, whb underwent a eerloiia e ration some days' ;ngo. S. S. Dunham left tfts afternoon for Edmonton to attend the .Qonv.oca.tlpn a SAVES, WE' 'BABIED -v CHURCHES- AND SOCIETIES' .Happiij Stopped When H3 The Central -W. C. T..U. with Miss Lewis'o! the -Chadreu's Shelter, tomorrow aftcrnooh ai thre'd. o'clock. Members, please, .bring .tbinx We? anJ any-unpaid, dues for the current year. general meertne of the Women's Civic Club will be" held tomorrow af- leruoon In'iheir clubrroom, post office building, at four d'rtoc'i..All-members tiro''.urgently to The niUBic departmcnt'ot the Math esis Club meets tomorrow at the home of Mrs. O. C. Cope. As this Is- the hst me'nrfic'rs of ihis deiiirtinent are 3 Oniwi ST.; uu., P. Q. "For a year, I suffered mlh JUeu- jnofijm, being force4 to stay in bed tof fife months. 1 Iried all kinds of mcdici n'e without relic f M d 'thought tip able lo silk again. One djy while Ivjn'g in bed, I read .about fruik and it seemed just whit I needed, so I decided to try it. f ne Jtrtl me, nad I oo'k thytiblcts regujarly until every Iraceof .the Hheumilism loft me." LKDUC. We. -a boi i C for .CO, t rial size 25c.. At ail lOEt EUC- OftllO num- of the that -ir-va--'. BUS- are Evening, where one.ol, tlje cessful wllCst EeasoDfwas ]tr' present froi was. Si :bese 'functions, pices' of'tho C. iccomlng more ctl as the season enjoyed. durinw eVening, dainty: The attractive ca: qd as follows: Ladies' 1st, Mrs. Wesley; ladies' 2nrt; Mrs. Emerson; gentleman's 1st, Mr. D. G. McDonald; consolationr Miss Dorothy Alexander and Mr. Gllmore. .Mr. and Mrs. J..H. enterlaincU informally a number of tlieir friends at a dance-laet evening in Harper's Hall. The app'ointuiihtii excel lently "arranged thoroughly.de lUjhtfill evening enjoyed. There will be a Sacred Suntlaj evening concert given In the Colonia Theatre on Sunday, May ICth. cellent programme- has been preparet never with Then Strength in iniusion is Abun- dantand the Purity rpi" or.'feerit postpaid by Limited, OtUwa. T'egular'-mceifng of- file acKRoss Chapter, 1, O: 0 held in Ihe Y. 5! C. .A. on FWday ftcrnooii at A-joint recital will on Sat Ttlay iielt.'-'May 15, in- Wffiley. hall, starting at 4 p.m., by the Weslny 'unior Miss Vera Glanville, illsi Dagmar Sandijuis't -and Mantio Brooks. Afternooa tea will'be .erved from .5 :to.7 men are specially invited. SAVE THE. BABIES 1 Preserved and Soldpnly m _ j Sei Sealed Air-tight Packets. The Great Chocolate Industry of. Canada 02) LUX and Sweater Tlieie is a delightful way of washing easy you cnii do ii puic that yout sweater vvaihed again and again and each (imc look likp new. Il is with iherich creamy lalrier that the wondeiful LUX flakes make. No rubbing ot twisting necessary. Ju.it dipping and rinsing. So pure i> LUX (hat il has the uttermost cleansing power. So gentle that it harms nothing that pure water itself may touch. There is no substitute for LUX. LUX is told at groccts, departmental stares, etc Recipe "The Care of Dalnly Clothes" sent on request, LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO Government Claim for Non-Delivery Defense. i i lovernment Cancels Quebec Or- Coming Is Now En Route. humors have beea going the to the effect ttat the provincial gov- Turneiu has 90 carloajls ot hay stored u from (bis being true, the govern- ment cancelled all orders for Lay on y 4th and the only government hay be received In the future Is that which Is rolling. John A- Weir, agent ot the govern- ment here for the distribution ot feed, stated to this momlnglhat jbout 30 or 40 more cars might be ei- nected st this point, last week 89 cars were scut out from Lethbridee, Fanners who are depending: on EOT- hay for summerfallowing should, therefore not delay in placing their orders. The Store of Quality Groceries The o.f Lethliridgo 'ace out .o mako Saturday's tag day for ihe rabies a red letter tag day. The Nurs- ing a tew days ago, demonstrated "the neeJ of a permanent rnjlk' station and clinic and gave n, tsv. illustriitlona ot tha benefit derived' the last No better work'can'be''done for citizen- ship than saving tha babies and little children. Be generous when you have an opportunity lo do your, bit on .Sat- urday. Festival Concert A Great Sjuceess i. f _.'lii. __ NEW contract by Krhest-lfarrah a steel broker, in the delivery of stcc to the British government, today wo_. himtthe distinction' Of bf-ing sued for! and interest by Klag George. GeorgVG. COUUEC! for Harrab, intyrmei. a supreme court jury that! the" King could sae Harrah bul that citizen was denied the 'p'rivllege: of'suing :th'e and ho therefore asked for a verdict in favor, of the broker and that ho be allowed to, counter-clam sir thousand dollars William J. Clement, Penticton, B. C.; Sydney Dlckson, Rouleau, Sask.; Don- aldson Alexander, Vancouver; Abra- ham Henry Friedgut, Heglna, Sask.; H. Hammel, Whitewood, Sask.; George Hunt, -Melville, Sask; John McGinnis, Fernle, 13. C.; James Stuart Prentice, Croslon, B. C.; L. Marie Stoke, Tokio, Japan; G. S. Sexton, Deloraino, MBTL; S. H. Sutherland, Hanley, Sask: Doctor pedagogy: John S. Huff, B. A. Regina. Bachelor of pedagogy: W. E. Hoys, B. Medicine Hat, Alia. The following additional degrees in arts has been announced.by Queer's university: Irvino McColloin, Regina, Sask. Macaroni, Columbia, made in Lethbridge, 3 pack- ets for 35c Spaghetti, Columbia, made in Lethbridge, 3 packets for............................... 35c Macaroni, Ready Cut, made in Lethtmdge, 3 pack- ets for............................. 35c Alphabets, Columbia, made in Lethbridge, per pack- et................................ 14c Macaroni, Columbia, made in Lelhbridge, 10 Ib. box- es, tMacaroni, Columbia, made in Lethbridge, 5 Ib. box- 'es, each 85o Cfeimettes, 3 packets for.................35c Macaroni; Mother's, 3 packets for.......... 35c FRESH VEGETABLES Rhubarb Lettuce Radish Asparagus V Tomatoes PHONES 313 anJ FIRM FOR SERVICE f 6E-thc.' y was ver hel.d in th'is'icH Albprta i- slc'-giyeu lastjeve ngv 'JBegiiraing chorus? en 'thy GlorioK fa rendered fh church to said, llarfah. liad-! bfeen subjected by the British government's ..refusal to accept and pay for steel alleged-'to have been con- tracted for. ART STUDENTS JUKE AWARDED 'QUEEN'S fol- Ijwing Western arts .students of univ.orsiiy have Seen Herbert D. Av Rassell, attention of.' pie capacity ufljenca was arreslqtl'.'.and reign ntll of tHfe1 progra Man.; deferred degrees Sask.' VLJoydminster Jcf. fHuine their pAnU'ibuliong Ifh a "perfection incy of vocalizatiob; elr singing eminently udlcnco were: most' persistent resslng their approval, .and- several tists-were to reappear. The'pro'gram a's rejiOered follows? "Bjf Thyi'Q'pnoiis 'DeaOi nd Knpi mrch choi.r. A." FJano' (Alle; rqj ?pnat_6 -Tjilx oodnian. Vii .Tiniesi rss .Ujilted holr. "When JTalilcns Go A-May- ng" Miss Minnie Hazell. Ladles' "Distant Bells" Knox ladles' choniR. "The Song of the' Sword'1 Mr..E..G. Hnzcll. Pour-part "vVcary Wind of Mho "est" (Sir Edwin Knos cbv "0 Christ, What Burdens 3owcd Thy Head" (G. H. church choir. Violin solo Dance" fiur Geoffrey Part "Indian Lullaby" ladies' chorus. Song "Daffodils it-Blowing" (Ger- Miss IJessle.-ilazell. Sladrigai for.Eivg "Sweete. Ye. -Wcro Too- KatreX .church jcholr. Piano "ttohiancq. In D. FJatft Miss Eilec nWaddlngtpn.: Kindly -Light" Mr. G- ,-B. Plcmingl Eirpnlng "I1 .Will'' Lay Me owii in Peace" (T. Tcrllus Knox choir. Alexander -Sask; JUNE 20TH IS SET FOR U. Fr SUNDAY II. president of the llnl'.- ed FarfBci-a .of ban Issued a call to Ihe members of that organiza- tion to observe IJ.-P. .VJJundrfy, whicli falls Ibis-yenr on In his ap- peal, ho foints oiK that Uii's 'Sunday hns become a fixture with the nsso ciittlon'ltnd evferyono sliould m.-ikb full use of it. Ills appeal continues: "ll'glvcs Christian porliihity pur rribveniejii and by tli'o Clirlsl'B'sbtlal Ic'Achl'iigs..' rt is.'an Oi, vftatlon" to. oiir' otvn membership, -invnstigrito Chrisi's.'social anil.Bct'what inforaalfoii.and Inspirn. lion they can therefrom., Jlany ok our, mcmucrs bcHevo'lliat.Christ's sqfja leachings, properly light, on tile tnio Invfs.ond of aiiihorily but I'hcs'e as Rcnor ally lindbrstood and practised should be. _ f ._ f ta'usbt. by Clirji irimsclf, Is Sl.ther p.rr.clfcal or It iV.irn practical. 'Wo. siipuld .sitnnrely, know and be g iho (fiilh. thai il is (ft the bos IntcrcsTs of'oiir brfr.inizalion and n the church ;llint' t.hcse teachings ,f> hotter undcrsiood anTI 'followed aj and to ibis, end; wo ask ahe' most, sjfn cere cpflperaUon." iH heal and ioblhe.- Il (rales detctryttishnnnleu to Iba niMl deliclie luiuts. !i- a vegelabla gennkidc DO greuo uio 4t'.2S- Q-., [yloDlrul.. Of Special Interest to Those Bent On Criopsirig a Summer Wardrobe of These, Apparel Td avoid sameness and ycl too much Irora the prevaHiDE-Lstylea fS-the, fyiog purpose of these nowly created modes, 1'ho fabrics from.. -which they' arg .'i- delightfJl In lesturc. Tho colorings ars even and altogether in, spirit of thp season. Quality here does not vary. In each instance it is the best'owaiaamo'-at the price presented. Or C ourse, Frock ;a STRENGTH FOR JUNG MOTHERS HoyrLydia E. Pinkhsun's Veg. veVnble Compduiid Restores Health and Strength. LsnrinR, Mich.r'.'After of my child 1 was not able to'stand on my feet. I was so weak I could not Eftt up. 1 sufCercd such paini In my back I could not work or hardly take cara of my baby. Ono of my neighbors recom- mended' LyJIa E. Pinkham's Vegcta- blo CompountH I took it end tiaed Lydia E. Sanatjvc.WMb, and rocl Fashion and thts .display very kind for '.hey present lor your immediate selection such a of bavritchins Tub Frocks as, we bclievo, you liavo never had the privilege of much less of selccling before. Side by stda of modes of Organdies, Voiles and Zephers. Some-are plain in tone and'oth- ers have trim stripes or the most charming ot floral designs. A tew ot the fascinating models are described below: Checked, striped and floral blues, rose, Un, pur- and "navy..' w Priced 19.00, up'to Silk Frocks. JEngagingly Styled :-Of crinjily taffeta, dining trtcoleUe and olli- :.p'r rich silks are thq modes for tha eluded .'are both and cbemisa types. The most striking note about the Sports Frocks is the alluring color they Introduce. You'll enjoy seeing then'' to ,Slippn and Tuxedo Sweaters pH9.of.the most charming of the, slipons is made of filet. the other styles It Is offered In blue, tan, gold and rose, ?10. _ 1 "got Tifettef Tight Bway end was soon a ntw fromnn'and could work hard, I tan recojrimend these remedies to other TOu'iig who are weak1 and Mrs. DBA 0. EowBlta, 621 S. Hosrfier Street, Lansing, Mich, .'..Women, who arc in Mrs. Bowers' con- dition 'should notcohtlnue lo suffer from Weakness and experience and give' this' famous root ind Kerb remedy, I.ydia E. Pinkbam'i Vigotibli Comtwuntl, a tiial. 'For. 'tfuggcsliong fln regard' to yonf conditidn write Lydia E. I'inkhnm tled- 1 tcineCo.j Jjynn.Mnss. THertsultof Uicit 40 years experience is nt your lervica. -SAVE'THE Tub Skirts of Pique and Tricotine. Washable Satins and Jerseys. Priced up to 'Smart Sports' and Utility Suits Few will bs able to resist the Sports riiodels bccauso Ihoir Jackets aad skirts offer stich delightful contrast In hues, They arc developed in finest vool jerseys. Tho j utflity Suits flaunt practicability as their prime virtue. Thoy; aro very too. to Distinctive Blouses and Separate Skirts Though the Lingerie Blouses olfer 'excep- tional diversity in styles, there's plenty of originality among the crepe Georgette modes.- First come the Tub Skirts and then hosts of Bilk styles that will make smart compan- ions to Ibe blouacs ot Georgette. JPinest French Voiles Priced at up lo Lovely Soft, Habutai Silks to Crepe de Chines at up to 1 Georgette Blouses at to Monkey Blouses at ine Simpson Co., Ltd. ;