Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THORSDAY, THE LETHTffliDGE DAILY TfflRALfS PAGE ELEVEN o PERSONAL [I ff a B. A. Ewert -Kill not receive tomorrow. Mr. J; D. Illeinbothani left for Ed- monton yesterday. C. 'McKillop 13 in Calgary at- tending tjp national conference ot tho ceneratjtiouacU of tho W. M. S. Mr. and Mrs. Esles Purple Springs, who. hays been, spending fMany a Canadian Beauty owes her exquisite complexion to the usfe of Fragrant come days in the city, returned home yesterday. r'j J. A. Ycjiiug returned today from'' a trill to Mrs. Hammond left for Banff yes- terday. Mr. Sydney has been the guest of Mr. aud -Mrs. H. A. Sbar- mau, has returned to Vancouver. Mrs. Bisscit left, yesterday for Ta lier, wuera the will be 'the guest of friends over tho week-end. returned homo from McCill University thla morning. j Miss.Ivy Dawson has returned from -J addresses, tho Uanco pro- gram, winning enthusiastic applause.' The ball was tastefully decorated In patriotic and lUitary emblematic colors .and presented .a gay Betting for tho dancers. A selected 5-pieco on chealra way in attendance and prof id- oil oicellent music. '7no> committee In charge qf to be con- gratulated upon lie escellciico ot suc- cess attained. Members of Knox Trill give a tea on-'Saturday aUernoou .In Xho schoolroom- thd-'chorch In of funds to meet transportation coata for tho trip of tho choir to Kdmoaton, whero they will take part in the Alber- ta Musical festival. Musical selec- tions will be rendered and tea served from 3 to 6< Lcthbridgo Pipers was held last even-! ing In St. Mary's jiall. Or ono thins ho committeo la iSjiarge are assured success .biw attended their so- cial, activities sc-afuu. Prizes lor tho card ecoreaweieajlottod as fol- lows: i: todies' 1st, Mrs. McPhersou; la- dlei L'rid.'Mrs. LSvie. Qfentlonlau's 1st, 'Sir. Cameron; gen- tleman's'2nd, Mr. V. Held. T Tho last of the teries of whjfet drives and dauces to be given by tie ion, of South China, and Mrs. D. Y. i. McKevroll, secretarj" of tho FW- ward Movement. Tho meetings, which havu'bcca largely attended from tho start, being presided over by Mrs- I. C. Sharp, o! Toronto, flrat vice- president. The largest delegation, numbering 10'members, comes from Ontario. Al- berta and British Columbia are also well represented. Calgary. Elsio Kowler has gone to 5s- aume-duties.at :the-school at Picture Bulte. Mrs. for Wy- oming. SOCIAL.. 'An overall and''gingham dance IB being given tomorrow ntght in the Masonic hall fcy'.the. U. C. T Judging by, the numVer ok-ttckota tha .havo been sold by members the hal I will be thronged with merry .makers The services of an augmented' orches Ira-.bLivG V H was a joyous crowd ot -Rotarians and thoir friends that' thronged Hie Masonic hall last T.nj! enter taiument was a. triumph Jroni .every standpoint. Vocal sele'eiioiis by" Ito tarians, as well as a number of shor AFTER 20 YEftRS Remarkable EijcrieocE e! Mrs. Ripley: -Milijiior P. Bipley, of Wil- liauudale, East, has good nors Cor al] who .suffer from acbcs and raenti caused Kidney Trouble.1 Keid her "Before, lulling Gin Pills lad suffered dreadfully with., my headaches, and had suffered for 20 yearl I tried'1 almost everything but goj no relief until I got Gin Pills. I have taken C boxes and now1 have not a sign, of a'paiu, or an ache.' I am row' 4S and feel as well aa over I did-, 'in ray life." In din Pills, all tlia valuable diuretio Juuipor clement in thc Gin has and the alcohol eliminated. Combined with other highly efficient' diuretics and antiscptica, Gin PU15 present tho most scientific and remedy for Kidney and Bladder trouble that can bo. secured. They givo sure, quick and eafo relief. If yoa have back- ache, headache, highly-coloured uripcr rhcnraatism, lumbago, sciatica, gia, dizziness, lassitiido, fiontiQgcpocia before tho oyes, unaccountable uneasi- ness of mind and general debility, lose no t i me. j Treat yourself with Gin Pills before'itriB too late. .At'all druggists and" dealers, 50c. Money refunded if not reliored. -Free sauinlo on request. Tho Chemical Coj of Canada, ifimitcd, Toronto. Nn-Dru-Co., Inc., llain St, Buffalo, N.l. ajj CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tho ladies wb'o are tagging on Sat- urday caji secure the tags and bbies at the' Civic club rooms, post olffce building, on Friday afternoon from -t until p. m.; or on Saturday mom- Ins. Tho King's Own of Knot church will meet at the home of Mrs. 11. A. McKIl lop, 1235 Fifth, av'enuo south, on Fri day svenieg at The1 Wpmcn's Auilllarr to the Y. M C. A. will meet !n the Y. M. C. A. audi torlum tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. All members of this Ausil- ary and woraen-iuterested in its activ- tlea are urged to'attcnd. i A Municipal chapter, I. O. tt Is called for this evening Gen. McDonald Will Address Combined Meeting on Coming Tour. Brigadier-General H. F. JIcDonatd will be the guest of a combined lun cheon of tho Rotary Club and of Trade on Monday at 13.30 noon The luncheon will be hold In the Y M. C, far as tha Boarc of Trade Is: concerned it will take Ha placa of'-'this weeWy luncheon, hold every The Store of Quality Groceries McDonald will tour -southern Alberta la the Inter ests of-.lhe.'eonilpg industrial confer- 5 consecration ot the amendment He will be In Lethbrldea on-a tho constitution, to mstruct fhof to coaf.r with business men delegate how to vote thereon; also for about thc arransemttts for tho recep- businesa la connection witli organiza- tion, of the junior chapters. t. W. M. S, DISCUSS IMPORTANT ISSUES CALCAny, May discus- sion of Christian citizenship and ai proposed mission base In Central Eur-[ ope as a means of national defense, havo been tha--twp.outstanding sub- jects dealt with at the meetings of the general council of-, the Presbyterian M. S.', no.w in.convention here. Ad- dresses on' both' tn.ese. subjects' havo been most-' ably .Bandied 'by -Mrs. C. H. Thorb'tSm. oflQttau-a. and Mrs. J. M: West, of. .Toronto. Other-members of, ihb.pouncil who bavo figured prom- inently, in the meetings aro Mrs. H. Miss Bessie Mac- of Mis3 Agnes :Dick- i- tion and entertiinmcnt of the dele- gatoe, who yrlil be hero on June 2. They will arrivo from Medicine Hat in the afternoon and will leava for Calgary during the evening. They will spend a day in Calgary and will move on to Edmonton, whore the program will keep tieru for two days. neit move will be to the coast. It is expected that three spe of the delcsates. lako caro QUALITY, PLUS SERVICE, 15 OUR BASIS OF VALUE. CANNED Wallace's Fresh Herring, 2 tins for 25c Otter Brand Salmon, flats, 2 tins for.........4Sc Clover Leaf Salmon, flats, per tin........... 25c Clover Leaf.Salmon, tails, per tin............ 45c King Oscar 2 tins for............5Sc Skipper Brand Sardines, 2 tins for S6c TEA Salada Tea, 1 Ib. packets 75c Empress Green Tea, -I Ib. packets 65c Royal Shield Black Tea. i Ib. 75c, FRESH VEGETABLES Spinach, Ripe Tomatoes, Asparagus, New Cabbage, Carrots, Beets, Green Onions. PHONES 313 and FIRM FOR SERVICE SEVERAL ILL FROM EATING ICE CREAM CALGARY INVESTIGATES regu- latlons..concerning- the manufacture of ice creani, such as fixing the kind of contents that may be put in the pro- duct, which were suspended morning following a discussion In tho city council special milk cpnimittec of a number of cases of illiiess In" the city attributed to eating laipure or tainted Ice cream. 1, According statements mailo to tho committee, not only have a number of .persons been mado ill by eating ice .cream, but the material of which some of the product recently sold in the city Is of such at nature that-It melts very slow- ly, oven when subject to direct sun- the war on account of. food shortage, have never been put back-in force. .This fact was disclosed Thursday' Montreal. Stove coal is now in Rev. Dr. Sedgewick. ot Central Presbyterian Church, he has no Intention of accepting tho professorship jn Knox College which has been offered Soap Imparts-----r The Velvet Touch EddcHrrw Cuilueoct: Lyrmu. Itcitid, BL ftnl M-aat ''HE QUESTlM-FOR .doNSIDMlGHT NOT WHAT DO TODAY BUT WHAT WILL THEY COST IN THE NEXT FEW'iVlONTHS TO COME. EV'ERY'HEAD OF'I'HOME, EfeRY MAN AND TO LOOK A FAMILY BUDGET IN THE EYE )ULD AWAKE TO THE ADVANTAGES OF BUYING NOW FOR Y NOT BE DUPLICATED IN MONTHS. THE QUESTION NATURALLY ARISES IF RYLA ,3 BOUNDS, WHY- NOT HOLD THEM FOR ANOTHER DOLLAR'S WORTH INTO OUR STORE DUE TO THEiPLACING OF ORDERS FAR AHEAD AT OLD PRICES AND NEW MERCHANDISE IS ARRIV- ING DAILY FROM SOURCES ALL STORES .CANNOT DRESSES FOR LITTLE LADIES our litlla girls we have gath- ered the. most .attractive lino, of wash dresses we have ev.er shown. They have been a little slow In coming but they turoly were worth wailing are little Dutch rompfira for wee dainty cham- bray and gingham1 dresses in Ian, browli, ..jfiink ftnd.-blu'o.iind 'combia- of theso colors in STYLES THAT ARE DIFFERENT only are t'no styles right, hut Ihc fit and materials aro just what you liavo been looking for wo know. That you will be pleased is putting It mildly. SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY HOSE SPECIAL Ladies' Cotlon: -Hose in black, while, grey or'jbi'o'jvn in (nit fash- ioned stylo ami- yilues that sell in regular way at 75o pair. WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR .50 MEN'S TIES Men's Fancy' Striped Neckwear in assorted colors. These nro ,wov- en In fine weave so that they wear well and slip through the col- lar. They would sell today at ?1.25 if wo had tq-purchase now. SILK HOSE Lafiies' Silk Hose, an odd lot for final clearance in whito and cham- pagne. TJieso arc worth now pair.. Not all sizes find mostly all WEEK-END" SPECIAL, PAIR 1.35 WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR--.-- .60 Wo havo gathered an odd lot ..of dress fabrics1 includins popltas and olher weaves in various colors. Those aro suitable for Indies and cn'.ld- rcn'8 wear for dresses, skirls, .etc.; H is a final clearance to all odd Hues. They sold in the regular jvay as high as yard. .-'V Q Week-end Special MEN'S COMBINATIONS Men's Summer lialbriggan Com- binallons in natural color and anWo .length. Full range of Eizcs and worth ?J.7G suit this -year..: WEEK-END SPECIAL, SUIT 1.75 MEN'S SOX Men's Black or Cotton S't. These aro Imvo left of Hits rue and th'Ss1 arJ worth nt least pair now. WEEKEND SPECIAL, PAIR .45 Street and Dnesses AND THE FLUTTERtiF-THEIR ARRIVAL IS STILL AT p-CLIMAX. They havo sonio features .so'-fascinating tho ordinary lliat Rylflntls' 4mt show unusual Interest in these beautiful dresses. V Thcjso dresses como in colors that ninke Ihem fairly radfant nnd Irresistible to anyone in mood for vajuos. ff you arc in latest ivhim's and fannies In Ireartfng just linger for a thc ready to.-Svear sc'cWon nnd sec thcso lovely gcorgoltog drnpert skirls and drcsS'ls liiVstraishl lino ef- fects. -They arc that apart In individ- delightful pcr.sonnlity ig, In fact, that of droaaos much Mghet in. prlCo.- LADIES' UNDERWEAR Ladles' Colton Underwear for summer use in vests, drawers and combinations. These are samples worlh at least each...... WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH r .70 APRON GINGHAM Elu8 afiilWhlto Checked Apron Gingham hi assorted sizes ot cheeks. These aro worth 60c yard now. Wlilo width. WEEK-END SPECIAL, YARD .35 WHITE COTTON 300 yarda of fine whito collon, free Irom (IresBlnK or filling and worlh at least yard. Nuv- now and sore money. WEEK-END SPECIAL, YARD .25 New Narrow Beits, New Voile Gingham Dresses This Week. Watch Our Windows for iiie New Thingd First. Correct-: Dress' for Womeit WEEK-END SUIT For this Week-end we are offering extra special prices on our Entire Stock of.... High-class Suits Thcro is no reserve. You havo your unrestricted choice ot our large and well selected stock, Tho materials hi- SERGE, TWEED, SILVER- TONES, GABARDINE, TRIC- OTINE AND JERSEY CLOTH. Tor Uio convenience of shoppars we hnvo arranged tho prices In throo groups. Your choice of all our suits at and at a reduction of OH regular price. Your choice of all our suits at at a reduction off regular price Your choice of all our suits at up to at a reduction off regular price of OH.