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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY '20, 19! MILADI who has been ot J. II. to hei borne In Kncbaut. alnel a few uf Ihelr friends THE LKTUimiDUri DAILY HKUAl.U PAGE NIN? f. t. remind him of il. I! we had a few ot you 'mothers' up thcra near the (rout we'd have a bii o! Canada down here in and there'! nothing better on earth: TWO MORE GERMAN NOTES 1'AHIS. -May German pleni- potentiaries loday sent two new notci to the secretariat of the peace confer- j ence. They had io do wilh the subjects i o( international lejislallon regarding labor and German properties in all countries. Tha council of foreign min- isters up the protest ot Belgium, atalnit the failure of Germany lo turn back lo the Belgian government ar- taken by the Germans from Brussels. It also discussed reports re- ceived regarding German ruaneuvres I in connection wilh Poland as, well as the Hungarian questions. TO GET RID "Frult-a-llws" to Quick Relief VMO-SA, Osn suffered for a numberofyeaiv with RhattHatiim and itvtrc Pains in Sia'f and causal by strains and heavy lifting. When I had given up hope of ever being well again, a friead recom- mended to after uslnj the first box I felt so much Ivetler that f continued to take them and no-.v I am enjoying the hestof Leilth, thanks lo your wonderful fruit W. M. LAMPSOX. are sold by all dealer] at We. a boi, fi for J2.W, trial site or sent postpaid ky Fruit-i-Uves Limited, On friday. May 23rd. at Knoi manse the marriage ot Miss -Mary- Shaller lo -Mr. William Guno. bolh of Stirling.' was cetebraled. tho Hev. A. II. Denoon officiating. Mr. and Mm. Gunn will make Iheir borne in Stirling. CHURCHES AMD SOCIETIES 't Veruon has'arranged to coiled her delinquent laics on the instalment plati. There will be a social, linder the. auspices of the Daughters ot England at tho home of .Mrs. C. il. Waltelen 923 30lh SI. S.. louiorroiv evening ill honor of Miss Lavcrlck, who ia leav- ing for Knfiland the lalter tart of the THE HIGHEST QRADE PIANOS. Uied by the'World's Greatest Artists Their Toae Quallly Biprewlon musical education huylng one of at world rtnownejd pianos Elylw, caiea and fluleh to aui Following Attack of Influenza and Results Are Wonderful The Baptist Church Mission Band will meet at 4.30 tomorrow afternoon and any who have mite ooies birthday bags are lo take cend them to Ihe church after I o'clock tomorrow. e Wesley choir will rehearse tonight in 'Wesley church at s o'clock. Even- member ia espectcd. GRAND CHAPTER, O.E.3. ios, Grands We will trto your old piano qr as pin payraent on.any of theje InttruaHnU. i SOLD ON THE ONE PRICE BASIS. CASH OR TESKS. We extend to you an invita- i tiovi to Our Store. O The Grand Chapter ,for Order of the Easier" Star, meels'Lin annual commuiilcallon at'Hed Deer on Wednesday and Thursday, and in the Masonic rooms. The mem- bers of Venus Chapter, No. 2, Red Deer, arc busy, at work making ar- rangements to enterlain the seventy: five io one, hundred and'twenty-five delegates expected. When the.flrsl Grand Cqapter met in Ked Deer In 1913 the ladles different Tiro WEillon from lhat which c'onlronls hem Ihis year In finding accomnioda lion for the delegates from the twenty seven local chapters which now. con slitiite the membership of the Gran Chapler. The Red Deer members ar looking forward to a successful event and they, hope, with Ihe co-operation Ot the citizens, to give Ihe visitors s most hospitable welcome and an eh- joyalile time. Js completely either, .and never cared Limited 41S Mh STREET SOUTH 1545 MEETING OF I.O.D.E. IS NOT POSTPONED'.-: ''V re To offset an linpressioii that the "For anyone suffering from the after effects of influenza and needing something to build them said Edward W. ileno, a well known em- olovee ot the American Railway Bx- ITcis Company, living at 1721 Broad- wav. Kansas City, Missouri. "Tanlac is the finest thing in the world, and I'll tell you why. "During the recenl epidemic I was taken" down with the 'Flu' myself and for two weeks was, Just about as sick as one. gets to be. I finally managed to "pull through, but my. I was a> weak as a baby afterwards. I lost twenty-five pounds in weight or more, and every ounce ot my strength seemed to be gone. Of course, wasn't able to .do a bit of work and it was just about all'I could ilo to wait around and ray legs would jus completely give out sometimes. I hai or to ;eat "1 knew I wouldn't be able to go hick lo work'at all feeling like I was and as 1 had-heafd'ip." much abou fanlac I.dedded-to'SeNit-out. Wei t.seemed to from tb "nil doses aid :-hKs put ,me i shape To where I.haveJ.aclually game tweniy-llvo pounds -i'iJ.itllriy, day I-have gustjliiiished it is 'hotliing. As- tonishing the niy "strength and hulltane.Hp.m every, respect. I all my old lieve I feel "did. .even; before 1 had the !-.My: appetite was never all ing is gone, and I ahupulting in''ten hours of good, hardy work every day, and it really doesn't bother me oue hit. To say I'm strong for Tanlac is making it .very, niild. I am constantly telling" friend about it, am I lilnk everybody whcj; is In a run- down condition would do well to give it-a trial." teen staled. Inero is not a single portion of Ule body that IB not henefited hy the helpful action of Tanlac. Tanlac contains certain me Dainty Summer Goods A huge assoi'lment of fine sheer fabrics for those who make iKeir own gar- ments. Ready-to-wear garments in dresses, skirts, suits and dresses, underwear, gloves, corsets and undermuslins, and every one moderately priced. KIMONAS SILK printed shadow silk klmonas in assorted colors, made with wide mandarin sleeve end finish- ed wilh salln to match; a splendid kimona for triivelllnv. at............................. 12.50 CREPE printed crepe klmona in prelty patterns and assorted colors, made wilh wide collar edged .with satin. A very attractive style, all sizes; fiflQ priced PLAIN CREPE plain crepe raade in a very h-a't style with large collar embroidered in neat "design; hiVli waist line effect and half assorted p PA w.Jv PRINTED c-repc kimonas in various shades 'made with belt and V neck and three-quarter sleeves; full range, of silts and very; neat designs t PLAIN CREPE very allraciive style mada --'from plain crepe with front embroidered In self shades. Gathered at waist giving high waist effect; short J Art ;'Taleeves finlahed'with plain salin, at..........----. "l.UU anac. dicinal which enrich the blood and appetite for nourishing to build" up natnfal luun.-.tyua., health and ;sirehgth in the And, as-iri the case.o io onset ail iinyiMooiwii mi. naiurai nnu, ..JT.II annual meetlnB.of Ihe I.O.n.B. ma) ,jir. Reno. Tanlnc will .prove invalll not be held at Montreal riext week to all persons.sliffering from th owing lo sltlkea, tho Daug-hteri, of latter clfccts of influenza, lagrlppe the Kiripire wish lo clearly stale Ihnfj typhoid, and pneumonia, bronchial this important convention of workers troubles from all is to lake place according ttf plan, some western, representatives aro here for the event, and many more are on Ihe way. There Is positively no expecta- tion of cancelling tho annual'meet-, ins. etc. Tanlac-is'a powerful re'constructivo tonic and always pro dnccs most gratifying Tanlac -is cold In Lethbrldge by John" 11. Hlginlwlliani k .Co., in Hod- cliff by C.'T. Hall, and in Coalhurst liy Diamond Drua t Slallonery store, 1 BROCADED "UNDERSKIRT Fancy brocaded under iklrtB In "paddy. -black, mahogany, etc., made wilh aeen flounce, also colored moire- underskirts in assorted colors plenty of, fullness: Both these lines at a 3' 5( price SILK-' Plain silk underskirts .in paddy rose and white. These may he washed.. They are mad with, deep flounce and are lined .with light lining which' gives :added.wear, at BLACK If an all black underskirt required you can't beat this line lor value. Made from goo quality of heatherrjloom wilh -wide flounce; plenty n r. ot fullness and wcll-mad'e In every way, at SATIN UNDERSKIRTS Colored salin underskirl These are the skirls that have the appearance as well Ihe wearing qualities, made in black, rose, patldy, navy an grey; 'made wilh elastic waist band A 7 all lenglliB at I i'i.V.' f NOVELTY BLACK These novelly. bla underskirlB are "niado from good -quality of black healh bloom :'wiili wMe-'iilsated fioimce ot fancy printed q r hcalherhloom in assorted colors; Very neat; all sizes JERSEY CLOTH COATS These are Hie latest nov- elty and arc .very sniart; they have a real chic'appear- ance; they, are used as an extra wrap similar to a swea- ter or cape for sunimer wear They come in shades of rose, taupe and Tnado fancy vest, neatly embroider- edrwHh hriid 1-7 PQ i That are sure to win the approval ot every mother.. I'retty 'little dresses' coupler! with their evident .quality make Ihum-'Tiriuaually deslr- ahle: '.The most '.wlnsoino models in good quality ging- ham and percales, ruoileraie- priced at to HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS Rylands Co. .NEMO AND WARNER, V CORSETS 12th Annual Competition 27th, 28th, 29th May, in Wesley Church, Three Sessions Daily, 9 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to IO ADMISSION: Season Tickets Morning arid Afternoon Sessions, r Evening Concerts andi Competitions .25 .50 INFORMATION: Miss M. Moore Phone 1929 Box Office ;