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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I-'IIIDAY, 1'JIU TI1K LETllHIUIXiK DAILY PAGF. FIFTEEN MILADI s I.lcul, A. MfKilloii. ,M ;qn with and Mrs. Jcbu Gllraort? be- fore takfng Up tlielr on -lib Avo. aod 201U St. North, i Private Sydney of ilia 30th Nailery, one of llie (ire loMlfr sun a ol .Mrs. E. Collier, of 9th Ave., arrived Mrs. McKlllo.1. reAched Jiome ycstenlay Iroiu" overseas ____ from ycilerilajr arU'ruoou. lbrcB ylld lhrce Mrs. J. .-Mt-Oaiff. pi KduoiKou, sMcr, luonljls fl, n-ltlioiii once lu wllti lior little ROII woynijej. Jinmilo. is siirtidlug a few willi Mrs. McKUlop Lo Join the family miJ many frieaJs or this cHy (n wel> home one or our l.eihbridge Ixiys ivbb brings a store of.Honor from Kriincc'Anil Flanders.'having won his' decoration 'unJ coimtilSJloa OD ILelil. ;'T MliF Jessie Hiinllloa baa been SUL ODseful in passing ficr tint year ti ArU QuJ Medicine ot L'rawfurd aad Mlai in servJjij lunch. Rrodlc j Hope of Germans Thill Allies I Would Be Disrupted Has Been in Vain i .Mar "Mrs. SI. JoLmsion of I.elhbrlJBe, liavc receMly re- turned from ure Eucats at Hi's CiUgary Alberluti. Mr. Tolin Taylor, uell kuouii pUrr und or London. Unglanil. i.; In lliu cky.aa examiner tor Hie As- lloord-ol tho lloyal Academy of Mus.ii- anil I lie lloyal College tif 6r fl- (lie summer a'posllioii as "near Taber for Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McLellan. of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge. aro motor In Private C. Tarder, enlisted from Calgary, arrived trcui overseas .1 ester-day und will make his Jrotuc Iti ihe rllj, j MIES Kathleen Shacklslon. sisler'Ol the Arclic eiplorcr, liai volujjleere-'l iriilfeti Jloust'. a K U05 I al ihe l.cih- for service in northern ftussia. Shi.' Ihe (irsi volunteer for in Areli- Mr. aQO.iMr.s. King Joft lliia f where >PC' Uu .Monday nighi. Wesley lljll was ihe scene of a. very EUtttsstyl paiiy, irljcn ihe J'roihtuii Young Radios tertulLied Ilic young in en of [he cJiurtb. The to lire gatbcring was divided Into five armies, Ilooklcs, Toaiusies. Johnny CanuccH and Jack wiih a general Ht bead ol each. AUer roraposlnf ai; triny yell, each army proi'eodecJ to follow uui ibe program conslitlDg ot a aer- Its of Gluiila with BA uward of 10 [rolnla to Ihe winner o[ each stunt. The ivhole a'fjir was very-JplJy nnd amus- ing. and -luiie (LtllnE HIIL ibe Jobnliy CanutAs should vrlu ihe- prJze for the evcninK. At ihe conclusion of Die program o( events which ended with a burlesque army, parade, a delectable Junch waa served by the girls In ihe lalles' par- IOT. alter n-hleli a sajsloi) of sons was Indulged in with Miss Henry al the ptano- Great credit is driiESlat a ounces .of .Mngnesla .ind Inkc a li a quarter glass of wjilcr1 rlghl atle nAilnff. This will (lie rt-lnil nnd Moat right oul body ihe liomacb, neufraJIzc thn j excess acid nnil prevent Its formation thereMs or pain, lcd MflRTiealaTln pbwtUr or tali- .llqulil or milk) U lo (he aloinach, who has Just_ returned fronj overseas after serving foiir'yearfl in ihc C E. F., and Fie. 'K.-petts. a prisoner of in .Germany for two years. Covers were laid- for thirty; the re malritior of llic ovcnlns belns spent, in anrf honors for- timong Iho ladles '.VRS woii by Mrs. R.'Ward and'among tlie CcntlemcTf'by Mn'W. while Ihc consobttoiis went (o .Miss M. Payne and Mr.-.J. Unswonh.. WEDDINGS M Ihc home of Mr, J. 02 3rd St.. on May, Miss Jessie Ureen, of Slourbridgc, WorcestcrshJrc, and John Thos. o[ ivoro united in Ihe hob; bonrta ol matrimony by the Rev. A. II. .Mr. and .Mrs. Dndllngton ivill mnke their future home in Coaldale, c- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i The King's Dand of Knoi cliurch elcotctl the following officers 1 their meeting last evening: Prasl- tlciii. Alllaler Denoon; vlce-preaidcnt, McKenzie; secretary, Jach Clarke; treasurer, Chas. McKUlop; captains 6f missionary leaoia, Jos Car- son, Alex Marshall, f The Junior auxiliary of SL CypnAn's will not meet any more until. Further notice is EiTen. Tlic Art Needlework club will meet. at the home of Mrs. Williamson. .630 ,m Monday afternoon. The mrmbers ol llic Y. T'. n. C. of the United church are holding a picnic tomorrow. All members arc asked to meet at Ihft United Hall nl 2 p.m. a a j The Woinnu'a Union lliblc Class rnecla Monday at three o'clock at Ihe homo of Mrs. Inman, C, P. n. bldg.. lop floor. Become a Nurse :OUR GRADUATES EARN (15.00 TO A -Jf you cftnnut upend three xiara Inliospllol or are jail lioi- nge llmll. tcwl name .iSdrcH on poalcari] (or year explaining Iho C. 3, M. Ifprnp-Prnellce Slclhml ol sruilf- Ing trnlncil nureine. Slrito age. Tlie ChautauqtiiT School of Nursing v J4ME370WN, H, Y. OrtlfnftTy- for ,'iyMgestIon. Kfls, Rf.ltlHy nnd it has won Instant fnvpr .rftlfi Scores of you hafo "biff lump In thn aloniatli" feeling or belching Eas nr breodt ffoin -ait tipper Just Uko Hitlc oitL- tiifinita tltt you'll joy ly. wMl othcrn.-hnvc lIKc magic." At nny rAta it is iierfcctly hrimilcsa (n inkc nnd Lo fll Irlrlllifi Cd.U from J. D. ingliibnth- WHEN REPOHT8 OF PARLIAMENT KIND PLACE ON SPORTING PAGE to and Hie besl form of umgnc- tla for stomach purposes. It la usa'l by thousands t of jipoplt who enjoy their I1L (o lyni to croquet nnd :1 Think of-----ljut why 'ftrouso ____ ____ ___ ____ oiifllfR by mentioning nimcs? With anf, In and fill first'Ihe aellon oycn Iho aepate Jninytind Interest In Five out of Seven American Housewives now use v.'hat arc known as combination or double- acting baking powders. "This style of baking powder has two actions. It acts first when cold water or milk N is added in the mixing howl. Its second action requires the heat of the oven. This strong, double leavening 'power what'is needed for the heavy Government Standard fipur iu use today, f 'EGG Baking Powder .is. double-acting baking pow'der that Canadian housewives are finding just right for their baking. It bakes light, casily-digest- cd, dcliciously flavored :bread, cakes nnd tea biscuits. If. you are having trouble with your, try Egg-O instead of the .ordinary baking powders. You'll tic delighted with the. re-suits: Egg-0 Baking Powder Co. LimiteJ Himilton, Cintda There's Arlislic Beauty in Nature, and you will find it in the Prints thai are Finished at. Smith's Studio Wegel'thebesl out t of; every .negative: Bring us your holiday Films to be DEVELOPED and PRINTED 24 Hour Service. Mail Orders Prpmplly'Executed. 906 THIRD AVE. S. PHONE 1471 Nice variety for ihe holiday Strawberries Pineapples Cherries Om- Ico Crcam'i'trior li hior'n Iho'Qunlltr and Variety of toe Jlsiies sdrveil.', iVe oilflicad In olfcrfng i, nido vjriely or Relrethlng Drinks '.'piKd You will be pleased whe.i hero --i ._ t. i.' j 4th ANO'PIFTH IT X iTIit A Nordheimer Player-Piano Makes a Musical Home THINK of (He thousands of "dumb" whole loll boards are seldom lifted, whose keys BIG yellowing, whose actions are stiffening long flilencel Son or daughter who used to play hive gone away, and there BtanHa (he fine old comfort and cheer aie needed moat by left at home, To iuch tlie PUyer-Pjano provides One of life 9 Etcaiurei. Old or young play il. Into If HE lilent homei N (he moil gloiioui rnuiic in iHc The Nordheimer Hunun-TWh H-hat few other are capable pnlecl.iimu- i ilion o( finger playing. The ezcluiive' cbnlibl trie a ihc pikho When played by titnd til tiiggeilioit 01 iiiemoved. 'Played lor.t the [S'o'rdheime'r "Human-Touch" tKil could be dtiiicd in I 11 lo nd fet 1 e inilr Assiniboia Musie 315 6th SL 5. Phone 1545 ;