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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY I'J, I'.U'.I UvJllliltlUlih DAILr 1'ACili MXh MILADI THIS WEAK, NERVOUS MOTHER How Lydia E. PinlthWti Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. PERSONAL v v v untl Airs. J. J. funnair. tiro Joldus over the rtrrlval ul ,siMi. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v v v 0 vi The I'Jass will at Ihu home pf Shaw. iu. hi. V. on HflPriuxiu at -l huihrtss meeting i aimed lately follow- lhc liuu'btofl wheu of will lafce Tiic cf r.'srh bv lu-lil on Saturday a ijreat tuicess. The quilt iva? won Ly Mr. James .Mon- ,Mr. IV. HcKiiiloy riaiiur in the t-liy. Seville Mr- Joseph led on Sutur- di.r 10 visit i eta Lives In llai. sud AMi Kryo arc re-Jok- ing over iho arrival of a Fmiil sun. rot; winuiuK for llie run yS. Will the huUcr j number jJca.-f t-jil en .Mrs, luiJi St. N.. brlns lhc ticket it ml receive the ruurier. comjtany ol iho Otrl Uuuks will be] _________ hold Tuesday evening instead of Fri- lhc home of IIueclL. Til! The ii-eekly inectliiE of SI. L rp day, llih Street All guides ur (Jl promptly ai quelled (o L important. Karrer o[ Mtofoit. i j U a ai the norm? or Wm. I ul ilii? XMIUJIH Mii-j la ion Hombny, India, uill .speak at tha moctfng of liic (iirls Cliaj.ter I, O.- K., in the Y. M. C. A. this cYi-niiiE Miss Campbell is u member of Alrj, I- .y. Jobniion has been the Eucsl of J. Ititchic tor _a fen1 diys tas loft to lie in Cat- iary for shurt lime. Ihat'ns many as possible of the ter.i ami intending mcjmbers of lil .S. Kred llosc and I chapter will be prcfcni lo hear hur, Aaron OooilTiie.n Icit Mils week-end for Tho animal lunclJ9Ofi of Hit- Matl esls Cluh vi-lll be lield In Wc.Mcv Hal my bgck atiied, uii J felt s moat of lLa lime. 1 iTent to a doctor ami ha field 1 bad nervous indi- gallon, which ad- ded lp my weit condition kep worrying moit of the lira9 6ftiJ if 1 Braid not (top thitp I could not gel well. I IieardEomuchabont Vegetable Corn- I pound my husband wanted me to try it 1 1 took il fora, week and fell a little bet- I Ler. t kept It up for three months, and feel fine and can eat anything now 1 without distress Mrs. J. WORTHLINR. North Taylor St.. Philadelphia PA. 7'iio mothers norradfijf oierdc, p thero ore so many demandi upoathr'ir lime and strength; (he result I. O.D. K. In nonilay and It Is hojfc-J (jnder Molhcrs Allowance Act__ is m. weakened, tun-down, Calvary, ihey will remain for tlie week, writing law examinations. I. E. Given Permission To Hold Tag Din- Mr, and Mrs. M. Jjavc 112.30. rcrtlvpii noiva that tboJr ion Trooper l.ctm Dune worth reached Ifalifar on May ISlli iind arrive huuio f In Wednesday, .May Slsl II is hoped will arriini a or ,ta nervous commion viln lack- Bthf, irritabilily depression nntJ EOon more serious ail men U develop. I tii atsuchperiods IhitLjriiaE. PinkbaLi'i VegeUbla Compoand will liromully as maiiy Mrs. A. FruBburgtr of Enchant iind Mrs. J. II. Wolah o( llarons are IIio gufeFlR at Mrs. J. II. Law in the clly for the wtah, J. v Mr. Taylor ol UJQ tftllori from Doer. Is "'ill WT. T. S. Fellorljr und Jrior.d.s in (ho 1 city. Uunuer Frank brings relumed to iiia nome in Maprath alter .days iviili >lr. and Mrs. Calders nf Tenili St. 3...on hts return from overseas. v f Mrs. F. It. ypunccst son Ray, who iliave -iu Winnipeg and re- lurneil Saturday c.vcniDg 10. llio cily. Mr. S. .1. tlie'Mercba'nls who Iras Insl night to lake Up, dftilcs I dburcbes. j MoiUcrs' AHowiincc Act. Miss Anna .M. Ttllcy ajipoinicd by j to siay for ihe j lho commissioners at Hie council! meeting this morning. By the act any woman who is a widow, ur ihc wife of. it person i-oinmilicU lo.a lioapiiol. for who. Irjviii2 in her tody a nlillJ, or children, under lij years of age in the case of and under 16 years in Hint of girls, is un- able (o take proper care of unch chii- j drcn may by herself, ur through any other person. 10 an inEpen-ior of! the town or city in whirh slie rnai j (Jenl for unrler ilic aci. I In reply to a request Nal-i C. Mv of for B. C. and AlberU.iof LJhe G. V. is In Victoria" i'n of "u tour ol will make a study of labor j Mr. G. leaves ton.a... for Winnipeg, to "rbptoscnt" ihti .-pi. the Weaiern (Janndn Conferpuce of Typographiral wLi6fi.6peiiS'iti ansBlonB in the Hoyal Alexandra hotel Winnipeg) on May 21st. Cspt. >1. Harris has in Otlawn on his way home from over- seas.- Mrs. Harris, wlio has been'In Calgary during her nhscnca will-join hlru in Ottfiirs. after vrhk-It they will return lo take up their rcsl- dcuco in this city. "O CHILD'S WELFARE TAG DAY Day. held last Saluiday svas K real success AS lhc Film ol nine hun- dred ami nine dollara was reallzcil- .The ca'nie, (Child's IVellaro, a ivor- Ihy ono ontJ the vho gave Ihelr time ant] work so ircciy, feel (hrU (lieir cfforls were noL In vain and thank I hose wlio so frccl) conLribntcii (n this worlliy cause. Christian Science Confereuoe on city planning, to j One of Most Impressive Funeral k (Gruucid Fluor, 'lit hii held at Niagara Falls, UulTalo. thftl Wed-1 ih.c.iilly should st-nd dcleErile. osrtay avcnlhjg at S.' cbrifqilsFiotiers rcyrctted thai ihc In- rChrjsllan C. K. will j could not accented. ucet w'itli inss'.DLinsworlh iiL ClL.ut'M Sir Alexander Gnll Chanter of St. on Tnesda's: bvenin's, Aid at Uic Blircom.'Cli 5ih St. S. afternoon ai' tvenlng, the regular...weeMy grayer meeting. Thuriday Ceremonies Ever Wilrfessccl in Lelhbntlgc' Complete new summer slocks In many lines have just come lo hand during the past week and ave now on display and sale in the various departments. Besides the freshness and unusual attractiveness of these new stocks, many lines are featured at special bargain prices, presenting variety of choice and values you will not equal in any other store in Southern Alberta. Lovely New Summer Hats 517.50 Handsome trimmed Dress..JIa'.s in Panamas, and "made" hats of Georgette, lacea etc-., in ppleudltl variety of choice, Stocks of Hosiery Are Complete and v slues most unusual, Fine Silk Lisle, black. and brown; PA Special DUC O. S. -Stlfc Lisle Jlose; DJflck whUo and broivn; rj r J JC and O. S. 1.00 O, S. Ribbed (oil Lisle Hose; black and white........... Finest Silk Hose. striped and clot-fc unklc ...-..........v, 2.00 Smart New Sunshades lo Plain colored sUfts and colored bordrrfd in very siirarl- i v p sha dc 5 untl tiiany nc shayos. inasify uitli loaji or ring handlrs. Stocks of Underwear and many special valued Urvllriggnn L'nion Hulls, light or wHc knee; n 51.2o lo Porous Kiih .L'nioi; Bults; light or v.iilc -knee; i JI.OO to 1.1 J Ho3's' and Girls' Cufcui.Suits. FIX lo 14 year sires np ]Jrice........______ Ladies' coitun -anil A'cals. slion slcaves sleeves. Many grades 1 7C 2oc IQ.............. I D Special Suits.' flue The largest and ihc most sivc funeral htlU in home of Vnn IlenJ. ycara was tbal ol the Ifttc Gunner Fred on June for the of raising of tbe 39ih battery, hold on Ipr lhc beautifying or The funeral scrrku over tbe remains Dl wlllcl) [hc chapter hold of the rleceased was of the family, on ElcvcaOi Street, anrt was conducted, "by the Rev. to tbc premises, 717 Street B., n-elco thai ar'e' o class in th'schpol .Lbls-week. P.eMe.cpila I e in p.m., prayer mooting'' at Ihc.Jipme "of .Mr. y. Cos al'S ii.m..Friday; m Tn nitmeb desiring a oeeCer experience in God 10 Hclfl in Jul> lo arc requested (o attend these meet- Industrial Expansion in Mcthoiisi Wcslern Canadii at 7.30, Fire Girls, yerv import ant meeting for llie two senior camps 1 According followinff list lliere and cvory Eirr urged to be present. T.-JII a list "of notables nsSctn- Wcdncsdny nl S u.m., Congregational I bictj Medicinejlat at the Industrial meeting, reports of Ihe past year ami Congress lo hcMield Aniong for !he future will be and j tlie iramea nrc. tlibse. of Sir Sam :i till! of mem- Huglics.1 Sir Cii'ffdrd Clifton. Sir Ed- bcri hud friends urgently .requested. Walker :unl Louis Hill. Others Rofrfslimcn'.s served. Thursday at) eipccled are: rjapi. Ilobert Dollar, 3.30 11. m.. lhc W, M. S. will liold rep- 1 President DolUr iilar moiKKIy meeting, special program, j vice-chairman National .Trade Council Friday, ai, S practice. In u. S. A.; I.onu Hill or Yice-PresidcnL viow of the (-nming fesiival, every j uudd, of the Crcat Northorn Ilailways; urBrJ- io 1m Don't [si. Paul; presl- forget the "Go To Siintlay School Ser- ,iOJltp Harvester Co.. Chl- viVc." neU Rwndar. This day, Uny Josepli Oliver, prcsldenl.'Ollver 25tli, is set aside by the Provincial j-pJoiiBli Company, Soiuh Bend. Iml l Government as special 'Go To Sun- Finlay p. Mcnml. president, Advance day School Day." ._ i Hum ley Thresher .Co..' La iji- .jdifina; Henry Ford, Detroit; K, n. "jKrskinc, rrealrtent, SLudcfaahor Com- pany. South Rend, Ind.; L. S. fjKnUon, j President, Ohmiilgec Glass Company, C. B. flcietln, Chcni isl, Jlurcauot Kxploalvea. Houlh Am- hoy, .NRVV Jersey; Sir Augustus Nnn- Chairman, Natural Jlcsourccs Ocjit. C. 11.; I'roCcASor Wheeler, University of Californin; 'L. G. Strfit. Presirlent, Swift Company (ivlll prob' alily B. Bealtic. Prealdcnl L'. P. D.'IJ. President C'flii- adlan Nallonnl Railways, Toronto; Thomas Fintay, President. Harris Co., Toronto; Sir (-lohn tea. President. He construction As- sociation. Toronto; Sfr Kdmimd Wal- make glad smiles ground the family deji-- cious corn flakes ever known. ire %oinrades' ot Had sErve'd in They were Ser: Anderson, (liiiincr Sis: nailer- Siigdeii.' '.Co'rcijral Fleelwoad. Signaller H. CJi.ipHh7.nnfl Uuimer J, Ua'nnermaii. The service iahen ,br the Her. Cragg. and qt "its co'n'ciusion the Inst snlute was pairt'by the firing rarty with- (he bugle soimti-: Ing the "Last Post." of honor, which consist- ed of about 40 men of iho waa commRiidet! Ly Jjieutenant Fllraer. The city band jil accompHnied far as llic Dead the corlcgc as CAPIASIEROFIS Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Green Moving To Or ganize U. F. A. Local CLARKE CO. The store will be closed tin Wednesday afternoon, thi regular half holiday. oh Friday niglu on ac- for Saturday beiui; u puhlio 'liollilay. 614 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA spectcd and will be greatly missed from our town life, taking as they did IK active "part the various activi- ties Mr. Green in tlic Oddfellows lodge and Mrs. Green in Ihe Keel Cross and Ladies' Aid societies. lake kip residence in Claresliolru and llin good Irishes of llioir friends goes wllli ihcm. Mr. J. A. Oillia paid a visit to town OH business lliis week. Mr. Oillis is now engaged In Lhc real estate busi- ness in Calgary. Mrs. O.iveu of the Ols- tricl.was a visitor in Lclhbrldgc dur- ing' tlic past week. It is expected that Rev. J. P. Wcsl- of Cfllgaryj _and Field Secretary for S. S. arid work in D. C. and Allierta Tvlll preach'in the loccl cnurch neiL Sunday- evening May 25. This is the. day set apart by proclamation as "Everybody go To Sunday School Sunday." The service will (ake the form of a Joint S. S. and nreachlng Mrs. a visitor in Lclhhridge A'riieeUn'g of'-thc U. F. A. is called for May'20 for the inirpose of organiza- tion. This ivill be an for all to turn out and support tbo local ndJii work. Mr. Knight of Douglas, Out., and his soil arc visiting ivlih his daughter; Mrs. iV. Metheral. Hev. and MM. WinHeld visi- tors in Uurdclt and Dow. Island Thurs- day anil Friday. Mr. J. Carrihgton and family have moved into the house lately-occupied by J. A, Grccu. __CFroni Our Own Ccrrcspontlenl) was Tvilhoui ligJiffi AS a result of an accident in (he power lion so, when a short circuit tounit'out the w'irmg1 in the generator. Tiie damage was not large and Ihe pecis lo have temporary repairs" el- tec teii today so that the lights TV ill be on tonight. Tlie pumps.are still working and lhc town's water supply Is. not- affected. IF STATELY DIGNITY is your choice for a monument we arc (o submit a variety of designs. Lethbridge Monumental 1 flth street, South, R. Needs. Vicr, President, Clnmlfan Dank of Coiu- inrrcc; Sir Doiign.i Cameron. Prvsl- flcnl. Mnplc Mllliiij; wlunl- PCR; Sir Clifford Slflon, Ollnvn; W. II. I-annigan. Geirflrnl Trafllc Montreal; Dr. McO.illimi, .Chairman, CoiuirU of Scientific mid Industrial Hrscfirrh, Ollatva; Sir Sum nughw, OtliiMn; Pn-niier N orris, Manitoba; .AfcKinnon, Mann- jfiirlilrcra, Associnllon, Toronto; Sir Jlobcrt Honlcn or nli Tiiu.i. (cither one or (he may nltend scssiftu closed In time. K nol, Gov-. "crnmcntfwlll he represented by cr TO LASGE J FORTUNE, KILLED QY AUTO, Miiy Walsh MrliCjin. the I l-ycar-old son o( Kdwnrd If, Melted n, piilifl.slicr WnslitnA'ton and Cincinnati Kn- riillrcr, was run rlown nnd Tntnlly in- Jilted an antfiiuohlle, flt lhc -Mulxifin tiiinnncr liomo at chili, near liure. The ii'lto licjr lo'the large estates of Jolin Hi ami Thomas F. to be one "of thfs' In tjm Unltnit SI A (c s. ft w.if ho ii> j 'a (From Our Own CorrositomTenii I t'OREMOHT. May j Aslorol arrived in town on Tuesday evening his A tlancc anil nodal evening was given In honor of Ills return and to ciime him back to our midst; a large number turned out and n very enjoy- able erenlnc was spent. Astcrof will now resume his practise liorc. Mills vrlio nas been looking otter llie practise of Aslcrof during his ab- sence will remain arid work in con- frmctloti witli Dr. rtsteror. Mlfisea nrsslc-ami Grace 'HI11U of Medicine Ifnl were visitors in over (lio week-end attending. !he Fore- most'Dress naiul concert'nnd dantT. f Pic. B. a son of 3tr. A. K. returned week, 1'le. WUlEQ saw n good deal of nEhllng, .'taring snout rlose on lo tn'o years in Pruned. He ivill v'lsil for n shnri time 'i'ttli his father nnd brothers here. Mies ItincKs ol was a llor In tbwn over llio nccK-cnd, Another of our citizens have taken departure. Umc in lhc persons of Mr. And .Mrs. J. A. Green. Air.'anil Mrs. Orccid swcro highly re- RED SEAL FABRICS OF BEFITTrNG IPLENDOR FOR SUMMER'S GAYEST MOODS GINGHAMS Tho Jii3t iranlcd kini] ifl and s excellent-qiiallly ana goiiil these arc Anderson's Kcotcli GlnEhnma, roakc. Prices rind values rl 45c to 60c yard CREPE DE CHINE A DoimlFir soft silk fabric for spring antl sum iner veir, tor dresses, waists, iu innisc.' and white, sme, pink, rose, green V full NOVELTY SILKS plaid anil stripe Silks vast asaorl- ineot of color.t aud weaves; fonlnrds.ln fawn, Mack and navy (n figures and "spots; I'rlccil from ?2.50 to BLACK PEAU DE SOIE A rich liliick rcau tie soie sHk tor drcpscs, uu-i KMrU and rjilhtrcti'q lilark .silk coafs; a silk nolerl for ivcfti' and iipncnrance; SG Inches wide 4.00 3.50 WHITE HABITTAI. ..'06. inch IV'hilQ. Tabulal. Silk used Tor dresses, .uuiIern'Car, chndrau'a nvaista etc., good n'clelil and spccW values' .ill t AA Ver j-anl l.UU TUB SILKS PJafn wli.Ito Tub Silks with fancy stripes, in plain find .mixed colors thai make up In flttrac- ttvo -.yatsts for summer wear; full 36 Indies wide; n big selection to cho'cso n at jji.75 and, per ynrrt favVv WASH GOODS p.iinly sheer Wasli Uno'la In plain auj fancr voile; an assortment of pleasing patterns and colors. These are all wide ivldlh Ibe prices' are'moderatc; ncr' yurd GOc fancy While Vollo for ivatjts These coniB in new designs thai KTO and attractive ill appearance; all I'lfiln 'both pli Jn wiOo. MldUi which cuts id "such good advanlagCi yard 50c to FRILLINGS are "the no weal dreis trlinmifiss -A a.qsorlnicnl of colors sucli as Dear, blue, ro-jc. also comblnfttlor.s of Iji; at tractive d lYC designs. Trlccil from yard V N PRINTS and dark colors In English Prints; good assortment of colors and designs- These Vru best Engllfth colors arc best tlial can be nnrcliaseil. a2 liithw wWc; Price 'per yard CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY 1 P.M. OPEN ON FRIDAY JILL 9 P.M. EXCLUSIVE, STYLES JN READY THE HOME OF LADIES' HOME 'PATTERNS ;