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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'UIDAY. KOVEMllliU 7, lK LBTHimiWiF. OAHA HEHALU. AW-: V M'L v> A Y PERSONAL P. 1- XaUniiili of nigary id a f-ucsc ia the llty. Mr. K. ts Mlcur Is at present in who. recently lelurnfctl from Franco, whore Eho served for two years with Iho A. E. V. is In Uie city, Ihe BUesl ct Jlrs. R IluClou, Mlh SI. south. Mrs. W_ A. Wbyle ami llulc dauKh- tor led Tuesday for Ilnmdon, Man, where Ihej- will lw the guests of Mrs. Kbyte's parents for a few DionlhE, Mr. aud Mrs. Elmer Alnswortli were wucX-cnd vlaltora in Medicine Max, i r. Mr Jo5. MorRQU of Edmonton U in Tlie city attending (he Teachers' Con-1 SOCIAL EVENTS MrAlblue who has been the i-fi ut Miss Jpsslc Cnis. has Doiralt for the winter uvjntlii. Mrs. Koram Icll TucFjay for .'rmii'PS. she will bo Ihe pncfl Ivr it.ircr.13 on an extended visit. TlM> inuny frlcnJs of Mr. i.l tlsc Oak liiKpllal. A large number of dancers spent a very enjoyable last night iu Harper's Hall, ut anoiher of dc- UKhLfully Inlprmtil tlacces glvca by Hie Sans Club. Tho cscQllcTit umsif niveu and rc- rreahnieulB served huljicd to make the evening BO pleasant and Ihe club aic lo be complimented on Ita success. An-ringd-noiils for Hit >Tajor Jack Jloss chapter 1. O. D. K. dance, which ball neii Friday evening, Nov. 14th. arc prac. licil the social toinuriUee Is given especial- ly to Sisters K. Forbes, F. M. Taylor, to Bros. J. Millar, P. J. Harry Taylor, C. Farrunt. S. JI. Harrison, who so ably con- tributed songs, aocl 10 llro. O. B. Magulra and J. Siiinltu for I heir llU like reprusenlation of an [odlan not lorxetlliiK Ihe rtmJurlDg and slight, of bam! enlertalonif nt given by I I Mr. Soady, who so ably contribute-] 1 to thfl evening's enjoyment. A rec'htrctil tuuiicr and danting conoju'l- el this uios'. successful social. An event is creating a great deal of Interest locally Is Lhu aviiear- :iure of Miss Theresa M. Siegel in tbli city on Friday rtpnlng next, Nov. H. Miss Skgcl will a rurital of humorous and dramatic stories lha! arc wortb while aud a largo and ap- preciative audience la foiitldonib" ex- pected by ihe Wesley choir, under whnsn aiiKiiEccs shn conic (a Lc I lib rid go. Tho rerltal promptly at S.15 p.m. in Wesley church on Friday, Nov. 14th. Dominion Rebekab Lodge Ko 41 are i preparlnff for Ihelr anaual bsiaar to be held in the 1. O. O. F. hall nti Sat- urday. Nov. Many beautiful ami usetul articles will be displayed Tor' sale as well as a of home cook- Injr. Tea wili be .j.erved durinp the afternoon and ihu pale will be coulla- ucd during Ine cvoalnff. Will be no Hoi i d a y Tuesday OTTAWA, Xov. pub- 'lic holiiluy will proclaimed by the government on armisliiv day. Nov. 11, according to Hie smiMuiY of slate's department. the senior regent trusts to stc a EooJ attendance of officers an-J inpinbe WEDDINGS KSIDD3 AN INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE A very quiet v.'eddlnjr was solemn- v LUXEMBURG. Tuwtlay. Xov. 1 Luxemburg citizenship WAS conierrfr3 hy tho chamber tojay br a vote of 2o to 21 on rrlncc Fells oE Dourbou-Par- IUQ, as a. preliminary to bis oiairiaKC Lo Grand Duchess C'haTlolie on rloy. Prince Fells Is a Ijroihcr of I'rlnce Sixlus. who fought In the Bel- "-1 plan army. Prince Foitx was in Aus- 1 Irla when Ihc war bognn aod scnred as a cap Li in in tbe Austrian nrnir, ilo- claring at the beglnninn of hostilities, howerer. tliaL he would not fight an- izeil at Ihe home of Mr. Md Mrs. 1V1I- lically completed ynti It Is Nnliclpiteil j ijaiii Mason, K'091 7lh St. EOutll on Flovoncc M CMnc o( Toronto hc a most af- j Thursday evening. November till fulr. Tlic liall will be brightly and abundantly decorated vvHIi roses anil supper will ha furnished by of Hie chnjitcr. A military ball will be siren in ih? K. nr P. hall ncsL Tuesday evening, I "Armistice Day, under Ihc patronage of i IJrlgadior-Gcnornl J. S-._SioisTirl finil j >Us. Stewart. prcimratloDs arc u cder way to make this dance .1 .decided success and the committee in j charge waul to emphasize Ihc an- nouniemenl lhat there will lie no in- 1 vilwMciis unless phoned for !e Tho hall will be most suitably decorated tor the occasion and supii-ir j will bo served tbe guests in Kirkby's from 11 until 1 o'cloclt- m f f The ladles of Ihe LethbrMgc chanter Loyal Order of Mooso.enlcriaLneil the ninmbers or the combined of iho order on Wednesday evening tho Moo so Hall, lo a social and musical evening, over JOT) members helnp pi etit. :Dro. U. Handle was presiding of- ficer for Ihe evening and was.very" suc- cessful in bringing out tbe musical members of. the.order. The thanks of ivlion Miss Gladys Kmdds ;n marriage to Mr. Ora Elden Rev. Oliver Curtis olficiallaE, using iho ring ceremony. The immediate relatives of bride and groom were prcscnt. Mr. and Mrs. Mason will reside In ihc city. C- CHURCHES AND The monthly mecling of tbe V. C. A. Woman's Auxiliary will be held in the Y- M- C. A. tonight at 8 o'clock. All ladies in the city wha are interest cd lu the work and success of the arc cordially lovltod to become mem bers of Ihe Auxiliary, which meets during the evening ol the flrsl Friday of each monlb. s The. women of Moosnheart Legion LethbrtdgG Chapicr N'o. 32Si will mee on Monday evening al! S p.m. In Ihi .Mooae Hall, Htglnbotham block. Thr lalllalory degreeivrlll be conlcired am France. Marriage. Celebrated lA'XEMDUJlG, Nov. uiar- of Grand HuehcFs Charlotte and Felix of was celebrated- today in Ihe presence if [he chamber an.l (he state council.' A large crowd gathered outside Ihe cftlh- and tho" palace, ljul Ihere was litlc cnthuslasui, Ihe majority ot the people vratchinc Ihe wedding proces- sion In silence. SHERATON Then. Sheraton, probably most arlislic of the great Georgian designers, loved straight lines and rectan- gular treatments. Tic a'mislfr in the of Tfic Shtrslon CabiiKl of Tke NEW EDISON "The Pf-.oKcgreph tn'ri a StrstP ilic graceful Upcting Ice, (o dczr lo the grcal 'Jhc prillc is typical of Sheraton and I lie inlay ia applied in i.iuay v.iUi his con.ceptiMi of ihc cf inUy. 'ITiiaLciuiiful incL iii ihc woii- it encases. iiid asb to ice the S her a ion, ASSINIBOIA MUSIC LTD. 315 olh SI. S. Phone 1515 We .are pleased to announce-that-our Scalp and Massage Treatments .Havi proved successful. We have discovered the remedy for falling hair, by natural treatment combined with our scientific methods. Don't Us SPECIAL HEAD DRESSES AND SHAMPOOING. HAIR AND SCALP SPECIALIST AND MANICURIST. MRS. NELLIE WOODS ESTABLISHED SEVEN YEARS. HULL BLOCK, GROUND FLOOR. 7TH ST. SOUTH. PHONE 1710. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING Armistice Day Say It With Flowers SEND a' Bouquet of or a Pretty Flowering Plant to the Mothers and Wives who are mourning the loss of their Loved Ones who served and died for their country. Commemorate This Great "Say It With Flowers" The Most Fitting Sentiment Day Well Jane, 'lis Iruc. ive llro and i about the Imillies til poor with every passitiE hour. One is never'lob' olil to learn. Soc. rales stapled to learn music at GO; Calo, al SO, beEan lo learn Greek; ami Plutarch, al Iho same age? started on, Latin.- jbon'an bis1' "Cantor-' bury. Tc.lcs" ,it Dr. Johnaon be- gan1 to studj- Dulct.aL GO. is asked a. boy. my- answered. the fatter, "is that, tired, despairing feclfng which slartg-over, you when you a original stor: Dr. Dorothy n. AlendcnLall says thai a reccot inrestfEallou nf liFiua conditions in Xew. .York shovs 72 per cent. oC Iho people tbare now are living on a food supply below minimum requirement for health, allowance for milk, eggs and meal has -liecn rut In eomc feai-: il.les and reduced materially in others, Bha says. Everybody tlie rea- FOTI.- liut nobody seems lo know tho remedy. Often 1 have lieen tlisuppointcd, in taking-a fruit Vako from the oven, ro find that (he fruit had .ill settled to the bottom in a solid mass, leaving (hree-iourths of the 4 cake without Irult. Of course more flour will keep fruit pfrom ,hul .it makes a cake bard anil heavy. 1 rut 1 nearly ImU of Ilic baiter In the tin before .tlie IruiL is added: then put fruit, slightly floured if desired, in Iho remainder ol the and il on loi> of the other. Tho result !s a rh.li calic with the trail cTenly dis- tributed. throw away Mn cans whieh removable Those cans, turned-''bottom up and covered with lirctly pieces of cretonne, on, make handy and ornamental twine 1'lare Ihc ball ot twine on .Ihc cnn; drawing the end Iwine through a email opening mndc in tho contcf ot the crelonne-corered top (ILe original and replace the cover us o hcllom to Ihc Jioldor, Num- bers of these Iwine lioliurs, allrac- lively covered, sold readily at a fair for tvenly-five cents each, tlif.tr only cost being a five-cent bflllVr twine. I 1 "With Die dCLnorsIraLioii during iho Hist week In the city oi Kllni, milk In ,a powdered form, much Interest evidenced hy housewives in its lucfulticsa and (jultc naturally for wlicn we realize tna uses to which Kllni can be siilijccltd wo marvel llmt It. Is more extensively used than It h. Especially In those- days of high prices for Iho raw product. Dried milk food mid hts been used Inr years by manufacturers of many products 'requiring milk. H Is rim mllK reduced lo n some tlmca cryfllalllnn in foiTn, by evaporat- ing ihc wfltcr. Those who have used i Iho powdered Conn ol milk enjoy the I convenience of having milk available "tlT 1TH ik nontlu of winter weather with iti bitinj winds and the thermometer registering ZO below zero, the question of buying fun should be an tuj one to We listed i few sets below greatly reduced pricw to effect a quick They sf sscsUsst asd will give satisfactory Krvice. These pricn ire good for Fridy and Saturday only. Natural Wolf Matt and Stole. Regular price White Wolverine MnH and Stole. Reg- ular price for Black WoH Muff and Stole. Regular price for...... Black Pointed Dog, white tipped Muff and Stole, for Seal Muff and New Debur Stole, with pockets, special price Brown Wolf Muff and Stole, Price Special Shipment of Ladies7 Winter Coats JUST RECEIVED Fur Collars and Culfs in the new Silver tones and plain colored velours. These are shown in the newest and latest ideas and we would ask you to inspect these lines as we can save you money in purchasing your new coat. The prices start at and run to in the fur trimmed. SERGE DRESSES JUST OPENED UP "We have Jus I received a large siiiinnem 01 die latest creations in all wool Eujllsh Mid French Serges. Shc-ivr. In new backs, vis to and new coil effects. Prices run from and THE LATEST IN NEW PLAID SKIRTS ARE SHOWN These are special value at 521.50. LATEST NEW YORK TAMS Just received the very latest ideas in Unix direct York. Ask lo RCC iho new Tslciir tarn, beaver shade, fur trimmed, with silk flow- ers. The Teachers' Convention Finds us particularly well prepared with seasonable goods al the closest possible prices. Our stock of Woollen .Dress Goods arid every variety, of Silk Goods is now complete for winter business. We slock of-Serges, Gabardines. Coatings, Broadcloths and Novelty- Skirlings. Our '.stock of Crepe de Chine, Qepr-. gette Crepe and Wash Saleens is very well assorted arid the following list will give an of the moderate prices: S3k Georgette Crepe in every caBed for shade, yard Silk Crepe de Chine. In aU shades, yard........... and Habatai Silk, in a choice auorbnent, yard ad Wash Satin, all colors, yd, Satin, for skirts, lorery weifht, Drew Trimmings in gold, silrer and novehy, yard 50ch> Silk Fmish Velvet, 22 inches wide, all shades, yard Fine English Serge in navy, yard, and............. Fine Broadcloth, aD latest per yard and Novehy Plaid Skirtings from New York, yard to The Store of QuaOty Groceries -f At, breakfast you need some little fillip (o Lho appellle. Something to Blart jou off on tho ivork, with a cheerful siftatted MARMALADE ..The hind we sell, will provide thiL ott-fclt neeJ. Our prices aro right, but we arc calllrig alcntloii ratbcr to quality than price. NOTE THESE BRANDS Orange Marmalado, glass. Is, tach Llbby's Orange MarnialarJo, glass, each KhcrrnTa Oranfo Marmalade, glass, each Kirs BeacLi Orn.ii EC Marmalade, line, -Is, each s Oranjo Mtrmnlade, tins, 4s, each Tea Garden Grape Fruit la, eacb Phone 313 30c 38c 60c 95c 95c 55c Charge Jor FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ISc, 15c' Grave Ffull. eacli per Ib. lleid Lettuce, each Oranges, per doion, lOc them by At N'O. wrapped, per Xo. 3 Kings, wrapped, per case .......3.00 The Fmn Serrke ed upon fo Celtic. It is quite natural therefore taut vc chonld In orcry ponalble way oar exlravflgnnl uio of a momenfa nollco anil (n ft commoilltj- hero arc a few tliat will htpp almost with- wo raay matdrlally rrfucc tho lio of our bills Dy using little ore In Iho lighting of the KIU. Hold Iho lighted match lo The Terrill Floral Co. 604 3RD AYE. SOUTH. I out refrigeration, Tho i teen uscJ by cooks with excellent re- I HuK5. It is ivcll lo ndrt, Iho powder to Ihc allolofl porllon of ivntor Instrart of tbt ivatcr lo Ihc Ja ordtT .to tvade Ifcr. rreijnent. nnnoyanco ol j lumping. an egK healer Kllm lean hG'bcnlen Into a whipped white f auhstancc very similar In appearance .and Ihlcltness lo meringue. >1any cooki tliwl U convenient In cartaln -recipes to combTno the mlUc-powdcr Ibc other dry JngrciOlents before the' wntcr. Powdered milk may. .be used without mixing irllh WAlor; II la desired lo maXo a rilfth conlalnlnfr tbo nulrftfre, bul not tho Hnjlil ni'iilltlcs of milk. With 'tho ndren't or frosty wstther we licgfn to think of and the Ihc burnur, Ihen jrory slowly, turn were filed today. Tho nominees, na previously known, unofficially, nrn A'Jy Astor, vile of Ibe viacount, nom- nalcd by the Vocl- man, the anil W. P. (lay, by the Icbor pnriy. PLYMOUTH NOMINATIONS' PLYMOUTH, Xov. ofdclal uomlnnllons o! tho cfinilMates for the house comnioTis In the bye-elecilon as successor to YlscounL who Innt Ills teat when to tho pLeragc on the death of hlfl fnlbcr, Ihc RBI. If the U turned on full force before applying Hie nialch a slight ciploElon occurs, which affects the meter and. aends gai niy also sivcd by rcnicmlierlns to lurii off the oven burners ten htfore Ine ciks, roait or bread Is done. There .wlil be enoufb. heal Lo finish the btklsf or roistlnf udd that much fnel Till hire bcpn saved. A good way to save coal li lo burn tin cans In tlio furnace. Two or Ihreo cans hurntd each day will aid lo Xccp- Injc soul ouL of the flue. All wood allies should saved lo fertilize your iaruV H009I MAYOR RETURNED MOOSE JAW, N'ov. S.-3. A. Ifamll- ton was returned aa mayor by aceUnv Mlon at the civic, bye-election nomina- tion held here resigned Aug. J following a tlllfen'nce with City Commissioner Mackts nnd dsrlarnl at that lime lhat his ra- liim to or f lio wonlii be on Hie lime of the illsmlnal ol Cilr Commlseloner JJucVIe MONARCHlAL IS (ECN IN PORTUGAL .MADillD. .Nov. A Portugese monarchical movement1 has been nb> served on the fronllcr aed II is expected prcparallonn are bclai; made lo rcsunto the ajrltillon lo re- turn King Manuel the throne, LI Liberal today. The adds that tho Spanish aulhorlllcs haFo taken stops to prcvanl any prepare-' Hone for a coup balnr made on Span- ish territory. DISCUSS HOURS OF LABOR WASHIXQTO.V, N'ov. In an at- tempt to bring the conference oat o( the deadlock cxTslfog over the WICK- lion of Ihc Ktrnfghl olxnl-hour day or Ihc -IS-liour week, ECveral delegilcn fit (be. Inlornatlonal labor contfrtticc hivu p'reparcil on t'ue Jecl. ItCnQwalof On lion was licfore.lhe conltioivte ;