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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN n. H. Rogers, who has been euf- ferlug'.wiih an acute attack ot quinsy, lias had to enter the hospital [or treat Miss Gladys Hilling, who has been visiting friends in Fernifi (or the pas i fortnight, has returned (o the oity. SOCIAL Invitations. been issued for an info'rinal dance fo he given on ilay In tho Masonic hall by the officers and ..members ..of Viaduct Lodge No. 53. I. O. O. -orchestra will bo In attendance with tho usual excellent dance program. Miss BrlgdflU, A.C.S.E., of Brandon, gave a most .Intensely interesting ad- dress to a group of 'teen aged girls in Hall last night. "Say. wasn't she ol the girls. covering the tracks to a o( three! feet. Into this u southbound freight train I ran head on. The ei.gine left the rails and slowly sank into the sand. The! englno finally settled on its sldo. No one was injured. The track was' cleared about midnight, apnroiimately I eight hours after the accident. Dur-j ing ihit time It was necessary- to run' the, Calgary train.via .Maeteod. I Along this slrelch of track the.C.I P. R. maintain ot snow and sand shields, but yesterday, owing to the high winds these were ol no avail. Reports received from the Crow's Nest indicate that the wind in that vicinity was very high, taking off the, of a numher of-box .cars. A west aVthe close ofithe address, while one kound freight train on Ihe Taher sub- ol the leaders declared It was the division considerably handicapped Senator Da Vobor returned lo the City [rom. Ottawa today. D. E. Harris lias returned from Spo- kane. Jlajor Hutciiinson, formerly o[ tills iiovr'resident ta Winnipeg, is spending a few in tho city. :Miss Beatrice Brigden, who is con- ducting a series ot talks in tli'c inter- ests of girls and young women in this city thia week, .Is tho gtiosf of llev. add Mrs. C. K. Cragsr. ft-iends will regret to learn that hest address to girls she ever heard. Miss llrigden is a most accoriiplis'h- ed young woman. She is a graduate of Toronto Conservatory School ot Expression, took the English and Philosophy departments in the B. A. Mrs. Janice Donald of Calgary is course ol McMaster University, took the guest of her parents, Mr. aud j a special course In socialology, under Mrs. J. U. Fleetwood, 522 7th Street t tho leadership of Miss Jane Adamms South. of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Istcedwell, of the World's Purity Fed- ;Miss Jessie Craig, who eratlon, of La Crosse. It-is douhtful In'It "manj the past' week "-visiting friends ny young women of her ago Is Claresholu) and Barons, has returned better nualifSeil lo talk to women and home. girls than sher Every 'teen age girl and young woman in the city ought Mrs. A. V. Longhuret underwent an' to hear her.; Her programme tor Ihe operation at the Van Haarlem hos- balance ot tho week ,1s as follows: pital yesterday. Her condition today i This afternoon in United Church is'sallslactory. ihall from 4.30 to 5.15 she speaks lo When friends drop in the housewife is never at a loss if she is able to offer them a steaming, hot cup of delicious Blue Ribbon Tea sure to be appreciated. THATS SCRA6GLY HAIR1 Transform your dull, brittle, 'Bcraggly hair into lustrous, shimmering, beautifttl tressca. From the first application of TCerpitfde your hair will begin to taka a new lease on life. Your dandrofj vill begin to hair will begin to tone up and in a short time will be aglow with health and beauty. HtTptciJe it Sold on a monfly-bacJt guarantee at all Drug and Department Stores. Applications at the Better Barber Shops.. DRAMATIC RECITAL IN WESLEY HALL girls and 'this evening in Ihe same church sho speaks to girls and young women. On Wednesday even- ing will give a recital in Wesley hall at S o'clock. On Thursday after- noon at 3.30 she will speak to mothers in Wesley hall. Every mother ought last night owing to the velocity ot tho wind. It was considerably longer than usual making its trip. To clear the track between BlacXIc and Mazeppa the wrecking crew were rushed from Lelhbridge and were suc- cessful in placing the derailed cars back on the track. Half-day Specials AT THE "BAY" We shall endeavor lo crowd a day's selling into four and a half hours on morning. This is the reason for the big reductions on several lines of goods featured below. nwn ACLEOD, May Ihe Su preme Court Tuesday and Wednes-i to make an effort lo hear Miss Urtg-1 day. May llth and 12th, several cases j den. Her closing meeting will ho In the United church ou Thursday even- ing at 8 o'clock. The -Major Jack -Hoss Chapter, 1. 0.. I D. E., has announced its intention of holding a rose dance in the Masonic lall on Juno 3rd. This dance will he strictly informal and. it Is expected, will enjoy tho usual public support. The prizes offered- by the Locil Wed. May were disposed of, the principal being j Clines vs. ilurphy. This arose out ot case some three months ago, when Cliues was up before the magistrate- for taking hay ,lhe property of tho Association, at Brocket, nod was acquitted on the grounds that not sufficient proof was given as to the ownership of the missing hay. j E. Murphy, being the principal official of tho Hay Growers' Association, Clines brought aclion against him for Council ot Women for the best kept i illegal arrest, and defamation, for the jardcns in the city arc offered in amount of -The case occupied! der to encourage the production the court all day Wednesday, and vegetables. Contestants are asked to (judgment for defendant was given register their names with Mrs. F. j irrigation camps arc'now west Downer, phone 606, as soon as pos- Of Macleod, and have their men out sible. e CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ff ff ff ff ff, A special meeting of the United. church ladles' Aid will he held on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Im- portant business. All members urged to ho present. There will -he a meeting of the nursing division ot Ihe St. John's Am- bulance Brigade held tomorrow .even- ing at S o'clock at the home ot Miss Bawden, 1th Avenue. (A. special meeting of the Major Jack In many directions, making their finals In the work o[ getting tho water on the lands. .They will be occupied several weeks on this important work. Preliminary the big Mill plant is now progressing, and'some of] Ihe finals will foe made, in a short' time, with a '.view to the beginning ot operations. Tiie greatest event of the season was the banquet and at home given by the Hudson's Bay Co., Friday eve- ning, when their invited friends were entertained'in royal.manner, or only' as this company's'bfticials can enter- tain. The halls filled to their utmost capacity, and a pleasant eve- ning was spent by tho many who at- tended; Postmaster "MctfiUipl left on the1 midnight' train Satujiiay'to attend Hie Ross chapter is called for tomorrow. postmasters' convention in Ottawa, (Wednesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock at; tho homo of- Mrs. McMillan, 1208 6th'. Avenue South. All members arc as.k-; ed to bo present as urgent matters' will bo discussed. The collection of Royal Crown soap coupons for May follows: 3-103. Westmm ster C59, Galhraith ,371; total 4433. Individuals 112G. Outside points 4011. Total UNVEILING MEMORIAL TAB- LET UNITED CHURCH