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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKONItflUY, MAY PAKE KLEVEN M1LADI Phorw 1224 PERSONAL Cant, and Mrs. W. M. llarris'arrlvfil tn rliy Ihls morning. Miss Inzola Ilnnlic a visllor in High Illvcr lor a fuiv dayii. Mr II. Durgess, of UUIrmorc. l guest al ibc homo ot 'Mr. aad Mrs. llcntky. Mr and Mrs. Alcidiiiler illil Mrp IS. II. Anderson, of Tatar, ar iheir fulure hems, CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v r 60CIAL EVENTS o A very enjoyable lime M evening by thu'DiiiBiilors Mnids of Knsland and tlieir fnw.s al Ihe horai: ol -KM. L'. a'fair being in honor of Mlsn who hue been tccrelary of the lo'lsa for unine lime past is V, T, May !7.-Mrl. Momy Maltby, of Ihe territorial secretary, me! 'loath Sunday cveuliiK lilllB f harles. mffrreJ a [rji-iuKd tkull and ill, as a result o! Gov- ornor Cieorse MacKimzie's tar Juma- Ine down a 40 fool inlo number L'reek. (jOYCTDOr was driving, was rcnderc'J im.-oi.jriaus un- The SI John's Anibularirc and the ,jl t-0ld o[ Ihi i r.iek revived Kirs' Aid dasscs not meet un'.l! 1 others in Ibi- tir Mrs. Kri'd'nv evcnini; a I S. MatKeuzie. Many Msliby and his ,our children, who v.i-r.- uninjured. A o v ff f' 1 Mrf, Jlaltby was iiinni'! umlor ibc ear The Nursery Mission Provides visilinK nurses for ma- lerulty and all medical au.l surgical caies (eiccru coutae- Lous diseases) aud charcei ac- cordingly to Ihe circumstance.; of Uio paiienl. Baby Clinic Mothers are inviled to brinK their babies lo the Mission on any Wednesday aliernoon whc-'i Inslriictinne regarding fendinc and General -care of iho baby will be Eiven by Ihe nurses, accords kepi of your vvdieUl lo see thai he l! tain 'prfone 123J 423 Ulh SI. S AT THE LISTEN TO THE TONE OF THE KNABE GRAND PIANO AND YOU'LL ADMIT ITS CLAIM. CATHOLIC CHURCH auil drowned. shortly for England. Spr. fccll Gillies, of Ihc Canadian i'ngincrn, relumed lo his home in tlie i-llv yeslcrday nller pending elsh months oveiseas. 3 Mrs. K. Puwer, o[ Anpclei. r'p.lif.. with her iwo children, i.s Hie cueat of her oolhcr. Mrs. M. Kreenian, lor the midsummer months. Mrs. C. T. llcrblson. winner in Ilio soiirano solo contest, and Ml us Vera .Mawhincey, of are guests the LethbrldBU house. Mr. llarclord. leader ot the All choir, of Kdinonlon. a nl the home ot Mr. and Mrs. K. W i.MIss coninelilioii seers- lary for' the" Mmical Festival, anil JIlss of Edmonton, arc the Sliest? of Mrs. H. T. llryrancr. Miss Mulr, musical, instructress: Jlrs. W. Marshall, vocalist, ana 'Mrs. E. V. "f Hat- ire vls'lora Jn Ihc cily. T. TerliusV'Xoblr... M.A... f.ll.C.O.. A.lt.C.M., of-NeV Tork Cily, anil Thomas, I'.T.S.C.. of, Mjn- dlcalors for th'e Muslcnl Festival, are registered al ihc Alexandra. Mr. nowan Jlichcncr. son 'of Seo2 tor Mlchoner. ol Tied Peer, Is in Ihc x friend nrlho'lioni'c of Mr. and Kaii prtsenlrJ wllli a joid broacli by tiic members of the lodse, vvlnlo everyone joined in wishing hiT a very lilcawnl At ihe cloft of ibe evening Jain'-'' refreshments v.'crfl served, and altogether a very nlcasr.nl ilmc was spent hy all, i The Busy lice Mission Band helt their annual bnnquel ID the basemen HOW INTEREST GROWS by llcv Mr. Dafoe; from ihe Sunday I _ scliool Mrs. Inman, and from the i o- Mission Circle Sy Mia Snyder. -runnl WEEKLY ,er Jlclrh, MON. senl by Ihc aupcrinlcndcnl of trie Mis- sion Hands of Alberta. The treasurer reported bavins raised about one hun- dred dollars, during ycar- WEDDINGS y. ff v V F ARSONS -WILl'.IS A very iirclty Jvcdaingnvas solcin- riizcil nnrMtj- V.lf 31. Mark's church. Victoria Ixindon, land, when Miss 'I'. WilllJ. thml daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. lls, became the brii'.e ot Sersl. II. 11; Parsons, formerly ot the IJlh C.M.H., now of llie.3Slhv eldest son at Mr. and Mrs-t J, of Ibis cllv. Tbojhliiia! ebuplS arc Somo people may Hial Ihtt Tomorrow will be observed as As- ol Inleri'st Victory icnsion Day in Ilio Ouho'.ic churcii. 1 dots not aniounl lo iniuli. In Kcrvlrca al 7 a.m. and al 3 a.m. are quite mistaking for if the Vt Ihb S o'clock mass u eroiin ol CO I iliat will br to Victory -uildreu" niil make their tirsl com-1 boliuholdcra during 1'Jl'.' 'acre rein- vested in Savings stauins ihose holding these Stamps would, at ihc enu v 0[ years, draw aboul This shows Ihe Importune'' of mak- SANS SOUCI CLUB inc a really good starl in javlng. Very few persons who boushl Victory Honds denied Ihemielves anylhing. All that Ihey did was lo cul ofl a lev unnecessary expenditures while they paid for the bonds. In doing so lluy provided themselves wiih a new source of Income, Early in 191-1 ptoule ihunsh lhal Ilic interest mi the national deli was considerable, but il was only equal Id two-thirds of Ihe amount lha Victory Bonii interesL. paid during th present year, will earn within Ilv years, if put War Savings Stamps PROPOSE EMPIRE FAIR The members of the Sans Koucl are arnnslng a series ol of Ihc Flrsl llapllst churcb on Tnes mer dance, to be held in Harper's EXAMINATIONS, HELD MON- DAY, MAY 19 Trigonometry, Grade Tt. Feller 9J, 11. Glass SO. field 57. V. Uenncll Slo 7T. n. Fowler lii. J. 1 1-cei-h .niotorc. lit MfeillKiie llRl, last -Mrs.-R F. Boyd'and little diiugliler. ITlscilla returning with them- lo be ihel EiicsLs (or iht! FeFlival week. Mr .1. flawden relnrnftd -after n iwu-weeks1 visll in Jlrs. Dan-den; under Ihe doctor's care, is improviiiE in health. I i Mr. and Mrs A. illley IIIITC reluir.. ed to the clly after a Isil In Clares liolm aa the eueEli of Mr. and Mrs '.Tile 'names nl 'S! I. II. Farley P.U.XlV, niid" n linrnctl. a.W were omllteil the l.lil of oil clal vteilors lo 111' llehexah last cvejlng when OraiKl President the Ilcbekah As apmlily innilB her itllclal visll. Mrs limit, o; 'levcn In In the cily g Ihe Festival. -Mrs. Hunt haa ssver-l racdala for her slnE- Ing. won in K'Ollnnd, bill owlns I" poor health unable 'to compete Ihls year. V. P. Conybcare. lefl the last of Ihc lo attend Ihe Daugh- lers ol llf Empire convcnllon In Monlrcal aril will visit irlth her dansh- lfr. Mi'.', yishtr, In Tweed, Out., bs- fnrc rc'f nlris home. I t Thi: rnipMoivii competitors rt! the .MuslcfiJ. -I-'eslivnl yesterday InclinlcJ C.ladvt .Marion neil. F. W. ChriElcnscn and Ycra Cook, of History, Grade XI. tj. Ingram S'i. n. Johns_ou Church 61, M. Delay 63 J. Marrs 62 Perry 56, E. Bullock W. n.d- 57- W. Westcoll 53. B D-' n Knowlden 51, O Voung ol. V- llo'- 33. Average Phytical Scicnct, Gride X. 'McDonald' 3C. L. J. Moscovirti 92, J- lund 90. U. Wiseparver 90, A. Green 5.1 inrram S7. A. Aitken SS. n. M.W. Grant LU.xDON Hay repr jro sucporllnE Ihc nropo ,al ot the British F.mnire Club for Fair- Ercat eihibition in Ixjndon in Ibe summer, of produrU of the 3 i pire to promolc Imperial trade, il'. government will be approached for i and a. .large and rcnrcscnla- ttve organiilng conimtltce appointed. Extraordinary Bargains! Thurs. Morning -at Nine o'clock, we Offer 10 BIG BARGAIN LOTS Including Girls' Dresses, Women's Dresses, Child's Rompers, Women's Wash! Skirts, Corset Covers, Envelope Chemise, Hosiery.. Celebration on Victoria Was :t Sands Were Grossed yam Temple No. HI, D.O.K.K., ol LelhbrlilEe, were visitors here on Sal unlay ivben a parly of tyros G .Morrison Gray S6 C. Hutton 31. 31, Snn'B H. Average Writing IXA. A. Crawford 71. Xlluf-. ner 7t, T. iirilav wben a party 01 lyros Ihc sands." The celebrations 'V '...-i-ji-.i Cranb Si, A were somewhat curtailed compared wllh last as fav as Ibe public concerned. A tow races lor Ihc child- ren, Ibc defeat of (be. K.P.'s in a tug of war nnd a much abbreviaicd hall same Diarte lip Ihc aflcrnqon sports. As to what look place in Iho ovcning ccrempnies. those who could lell won'l ind Ibose who would.tell can'l. We can only'judge by Ihe'slate ol the almos- phcro since that the "burning sand's" must havo been considerably stirred up by Ibo'proccrninES The Inslltute will niaV.c a Irip lo tho home qf.-Mr.'iCiilhcrt. Lake, on Thiir.'dnJjK'lernoon lor Ihcir regular mcellnr; C'ara for Ihc Journey will he at the Posl Office al 2.30 Ihal atlernoon. ;ens 65, N. Granl 64, IL C3. W. Henderson Excellent Children Childfio6d The pleasant sweetness of t .V r _ it comes fronTgfain pure and wholesome, de- veloped by the long of wheat and malted barley. Never disturbs digestion Children love oir Cl, P. l.aughren CO. C. Prosscr 60, M. Daleroan 59, T. Andrew S3, P. Hatch, 55, II. Fnirtield 57. E. Karroiv U Hill 55. II. KerBan Hamilton oO, J. llenoon 61" French IXA. X Grant'-io, A. Hulner 8S, V. Daniel 1J B. Karrovv 73, M. Hyssop1. Jones 11, U Hi" A. Hagcll 66, _A, Ahrons CO, P. Hatch.59, H. Crabb J. nonoon 51, P-; I.aughrcn Nooles 15, A. llaniillon 31, I 2S, T. Andrews 57. Class average. 60Tc- Writinj, Grade 1XB. 0 >1. Wardman SO, A. l.ittlo 13, J. JlcSuHy 15. J- C. Sr-ndnilisl 74. P. Taylor McKin'non 69, U. Seltzer 68. bach 67. C. Urscnbach 63, C. Vlncy 61. B. Eollcna 61, M. ScoU CO M Held GO. JI. Tomnllns oS, II. Quccn 67. 1.- Scoll GG.'H. Nolan 55, M arret 6f. H, Olandcr ol, I.. Tiller 52 G McClaln 50. C. Morris 50, H. Kenml 60. J. Johnston 50..Class nvcrage French Gradt.lXD. U.' Nolatl J. Mcllvena 7S, 51. Wardman 7C, C. Samlciuisl II; Olamler 78, C. Vincy 71, B. Scllens 71, A.-UUlo J. M. Held, V4 J McNnllr 54, M. TorapHlns Taylor q. McMakcn 45. V. Pcleison H; C.' Morris 43. n.'MacQilcenMl, J. John- son :I6. U. Ursenbach 31, I.. Tiller 23, Scllzer 21. 0. 5IcQueen 21, C. Ur- scnbach 21, 11. Kcmm 20, 51. JarrelflO, 1, Scoll IS. .ivcrnsc Arllhmellr., Grade IX a.ld X, Commercial V. Alircna 100, 0. i'ilzralrlck Rosalne 91. T. 11. JoncS1 S3, S3.1.. Goodman S2. SIlU SI. II. Gowln M. McAdoo 75. A. In gram 71. A. McVean C7, N'. Ceigcr C6 Knanman 11. Smllh 5S, L. Kelrt stein SC, 0. Dcnnelt 52, T. Chrl.illc.CO, T. KcsJlcr 4S, 1.. Dcnnetl 47. J. nixW ,17, D. Vrncbe 3o. 0. IMlTton 22. ago ________ _ OLD COUNTRY CRICKET I.O.S'OOM, May find i Sussex iicd with 345 runs each, Tnte of :lhc Sussci team being Hie lop ecorcr wilh 69 mn3. Noll and Lekes- Vrshlrc drew In n hleh score malch. Wood, with, 12! nnil CO. Sliark wllli 62 nnd O.ur? 62, for I.tlcestcrslilrc and I.cc ivilh ir.ii. Utmn wiih 72 and liar- ilafi wilh 65 for Notis. Mnrfiuerlln Peterson, S.lrnl.1.w.ia run over by n wngOn driven by liny wllo was'r.'icliiB.wlIri nnollier. icopt io tad ficil, itici, be eoald turn out iolUl( Ixrtler or purer for yon thin Bargain No. 1 PIQUE AND REPP SKIRTS On sale at If you can wear i 21 or "5 inch waist- band" here's the biggest bargain ycl offer- ed Eiccllenl nuallUcs, Booil slyleB, lir values J3.50 np lo SS.50; on ,3ale Thursday at Bargain No. 2 GIRLS' GINGHAM DRESSES 'sizes'.S lo l' at. per dress 13 JO, 13, 3D HllU 5.95 WOMAN SO ILL COULD NOT WALK Lydia'E, Pinkham'iVegeUblc Compound Restored Her to Perth Amboy, "For three earp I suffered with a' female ner- vous, had backache pain in my side moil of the lime. I had Amy 'spells and was often so faint 1 couldriotwalkacroas the floor. The doc- tor injd I would have ItoriBVBful operation. I rend abo'.il E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound in newiMper, and ricil Ntw 1 better, strong, lave no pains, backeche or dizzy (pells. Everyone tells me how if jjl I look, and I tell Uitm to use I-ydn E. Pinkliam i Is what makes mo feel well and look well. .1 recommended il lo my lister and she l.i using H now. You can use letter if yon Wish, for it is certainly a. grand reirieily for a woman s Mrs. MARTHA STAXISI.AWSKI, 624 Tcnn St., Perth Amboy, N.J. por fojiy yeora Lyrtln E. Pinkham's VefetlbleCorr.poundhnsbcen ovcrcom- Inr Bucn serious condition! ai disnlace- mc'nts, inflammntion, ulteration, Irrtg- periodic painl, md .nervoui- 6f womsn, (ind la now considered darVl Bargain No. 6 S' CORSET COVERS Jlade of good uuality soft nainsook trim- med ,wllh fancy lace thnl-will' sUQd the washing; sizes 36 to -12; on sale Thursday at "ea'cri 1 Bargain No. 7 WOMEN'S SILK ANKLE HOSE Ulack an.il white only, sizes SJ4 to 10; iifull length'' and a good on isalo per-paln.............. Bargain No. 8 WOMEN'S ENVELOPE CHEMISE Kino nainsooK, neatly Irlm- wllli embroidery and sv.- priced E CHIMESB- ICQ Bargain No. 9 SILK POPLINS FOR DRESSES Dest grade silk nopllns, 36 Inches In all shades; a very satisfactory v material for dresses or skirts, rail. 82.25 and J2.51) 1 Thursday, yard.- Bargain No. 10 NATURAL Son yards of 3J incli natural pongee, l riuollty that sells anywhcrs al 80c pel- yard. On sale Thursday inornins al per yard 59c The Simpson GO.J Limited ;