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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 2, 192Q THE H3THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN MILADI and will reside at the MaU- dor ranch at Urvokslde. Mrs. p. A. Simpson, has as her guest 1 for a tew Mrs. R. J. Cooper of j Chicago, formerly "of this citjr. MUs Bertha Boultan has returned from Baroua. they will spend the next tew. months A U I.' K. Wallace is entertaining at tea hour today in honor of her W. V. Poapst. btt for kcr at Mr. J. J- secretary of the B. M. A., HedlcUw Hat, arrived from Cwditon thLi Daily By'Gertrude-Berosfotd tho Mr a ROM ratenxM at- morion 1 f Ber. Mr taring ntm- ed from kit bdUayi, jrtll preach la Wesley, church1 on Suday at morcint and eyeninc Mrs. B> Daviea, of 2nd- AycJ' un- deljteht a' auccecffol operation In the Vad Haarlem ootpltal yesterday. Yr J Col ley of the OPR In Letbbridge on Tonraday and also at-" tengcx] tie Barona tafr en rente to Mr. Leon p. IXmsTrortli leaves on Sutdajr to take Bin second yeafi cpune at the Northwestern Dental College, Chicago. Mr. C, D. UacKintosh returtwd from Calgary Inspector Wataoa atfenied'the Bar- oua fair.on Mrs. HugU Bojrd has returned from Mr. and Mrs. H. F. of Edmonton; who siting with Mr. and Mrs. 1. 12th St., left for the eaat jfekterday en route to-England where they'i make their future hoof. :1 Mrs. H. B. Stacpocle.-et CardstQD, Calgary Is da> lia' Corenhe Orber, after a Soli- spent at home In South beta, has returned to the city to re- sume her duties as Instructor of ex- presaian and dancing at -the Leth bridge Conservatory 'of fluslc. .5 J 5 Irs. AV. .ij. Henry and small son left this morning for the Coast where CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Lo-al Council of Women will give an informal reception on October the. ISth'iu the Y.M.C.A. in honor of lion. MacKccilo Klug and party. Every woman in Lethbrldge and dis- trict Is cordially invited. A special meeting o( the Council of Women will be held in he YJI.O.A. at 4.00 on Wednesday, >cti 6th. As there la important busi- ness, H Is hoped that delegates from eyery affiliated society, will bo pres- ent. There will bo a Municipal Chapter, LO.D.E., meeting on Monday evening 8.00 in tho The executive s asked to meet at 7.15. All parents are asked to bring their children and attend the special ser- vices-oil Rally Cay at the Christian church Sunday. _ The Art Keedlework Club will meet with. Mm. William Scott, ,1215 4th Are. South, on Monday afternoon 3.00. Mr.' IT.' J, spending the week-end in Lothbridge Herbert Munby. 'effective The lower part o Joyous Peasant Schumann j the cape and deep cbltar'are Chrissie Horn. I Wjth the fur In scallop stylo which Is The Bugler................. Arnold, En exceedingly smart mode; Leila Johnson. I _ _ _ A Romp on the Grass..........Barth' _ PURITY QUALITY ECONOMY With the increased cost of labor and materials due to war conditions, it is not reasonable to suppose that a really first class baking powder can be made and sold at the old prices. Rather than sacrifice the quality of MAGIC BAKING POWDER we found it necessary to make slight increases in price during the war period. Even though Magic Baking Powder may cost a few cents more than the ordinary kinds it is still by far the most economical baking powder on the market to-day when purity, strength and leaven- ing qualities are taken into consideration., Contains No Alum Made in Canada 'Marjorle' Ando rson. ANOTHER FIRE AT CALVESTON Two Folk SonES.........Eileen Erb GALVESTON, 'Texas, Oct. Ethel Nielson. j broke out In Section A at the oouth o'rthe Wisp .Bear; end of pier 41; here today and gen- Margaret Dinning. I oral alarm followed almost immedialo- Woad Fairies Barth Two hundred 7a'nd fifty ualioual guard Emeu were rushed to Uie sec no. Concona pOur steair-jhips were endangered by Lloyd Anderson. The Butterfly Playing Tag................ Concono the tlames. Patricia Ward. Duet, Birthday Garotte.........Behr Harjorle Anderson and Lloyd Anderson. urday pecials Night CASHMERE Cotton Cashmere.for ladies', and children's dross- es, in pink, navy blue.and green. Regular 75c yard. Night Special, yard 50c OCTOBER ON THE PRAIRIES TORONTO, Oct motion will be made at Osgoode hall on October 4, by Sir Clifford Slfton that the action brought aginst him by his late'butler dismissed because tho papers already filed in the case "do not disclose any cause for action in .w." On January 7, 1920, Sir Clifford ad- vertised In an evening newspaper for a butler. On January S, G. Holmes wrote applying, for the. position-and having been interviewed by Sir Clif- ord's secretary and Sir Clifford blm- self be assumed his duties on January 5. The first night that he was in his new, employment a firo broke Sir Clifford's homo and Holme's assist- ed during lae excitement that follow- NOMINATIONS IN ALBERT COUNTY, N. WHITE COTTON. heavy Wilts. Cotton, ree.jrom 'iresslng or filling, tnJ full 26 Inches, wide. This Is suitable for ladies' and children'! wear cl all kindj. Regular 60c Talue. Saturday Night Special, yard v. PILLOW COTTON btoocheil Pillow .Cotton, frM froitt any tntflat apt fall wHth This la an extra special for Satur- day telling 6nly Worth to yard today Saturdfay.'Niglit'Special, f7f (Saskatoon Phoenix.) leafless, October finds fprdlrie.T The living green jr ot tiie; rich gold of the-autumn Vhealfields have long since vanished. Cold and Weak, the faint yellow of tiie sunrise adds not a single warm tint.whfrrewith, to refresh the eye. On- ly as the son climbs and the blue or the distance appears b ehind the clamps of cottonwood snrronnding here mid there the little -wooden farm buildings. Is any relief given a land- scape which seems as if ft had been iftrlcken by a tornado of dust. But'if a color be lacking, the sense of-spaciousness, of far horizons, more than makes up for it. There Is on exultant sense of breadth and free- dom in ail that one sense ot great, unbroken distances, generous and unbound beyond all knowing.! It is this which constitutes the supreme, appeal of tho plains in autumn. By-and-by, 'as tbe day wanes, the horizon blurs. A white wreath of moke from a' railway locomotive nid- en In the far perspective fades ialo he clouds that mass on the skyline. Gradually tho sky itself films over ami i little while the snow begins to all slowly, hut persistoaly. The day- ight dies away, distances contract, Mio ilue dims and almost before we're- alize it a sombre greyness cf cloud xnd falling snow wraps the land as with a shroud. unriso next morning finds a world of white, a clear slty of infinite, blue, i a sparkle In the air ami the sense ot m me a salable spaciousness onco; more. ST. JOHN, Oct. county, two seats: Government: A. W. Stevens, J. W.. Sleeves. Opposi- tion: J. Ij. Peek. Owlug to nomlhationG being receiv- ed up to a !ater.tioiur this afternoon n nrrinlil rTn.TT.1 n4 'tA-f- the official 'fdr Kent, Glbucesler Restigouche, and Charlotte counties were not available today. farmer, according to a wire to reach provincial police headquarters'today. No details are known here. DISCOVERED RICH SPECIMENS OF MINERALS Mr, John' Maci, of the Federal Coals, has returned to tiie city after spending a vacation In .the Winder- mere, B.C., district Hfl at first [.lea- ned a shooting expedition, with moun- tain'sheep and goat as his object. To get this climbed away oror tho timber limit, getting iuto the .snp'w belt. The hunting trip, de- yeloped 'into a'prospecting Mr. Maclc became greatly interested In specimens of galena ant] cobalt he came, -across., He brought, back some and they show that there is a rich these deposits in the region, he visit ed. CITY AND DISTRICT Visit of Swedish Missionary Officer. Lethnridge Salfation Army will be honored by a visit tonight and all ol .Staff Captain Frieda Lantx of India. This worthy officer worked as an'Arajy Mis- sionary in thai great empire for a number' of years. Sn-Uie Citadel at 3 p.m., the Staff Captain will glte a Iccturo on her work In India. vSwedeu which'country the. staff captain is a native, as a nation has given a largo number of consecrated young officers to the Salvation Army for missionary .work In all foreign nationt. Adjutant Hardy and Lieutenant Ede will assist the staff captain in all meetings. All aro most heartily welcome to hear this great missionary officer.- lie did voluntarily and with full-know- ledge of the rirt. ARRESTED ON MURDER CHARGE RBGINA. Oct. Koil hag been arrested a't Viscount for tho al- leged murder ot George .Svman, TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR: t- i' i Ladies as rule pay a attent, tion to their face, but neglect the most important thing of Nice looking hair, soft and fluffy, with plenty jA life, gives'tone to tUe face, bridge for the ,assistance rendered gives a soft mellow appearance. Del- durlng the 're'cent Into 'Titalene" French'Hnlr THANK WITNESSES Edmonton, SepL 30th, 1920. Editor, Lethbrldge: Herald, 1 Lethbrldge, Alia... Derir Tho Advisory Committee of the minimum wage, and''especially desire to thank those witnesses who volun- tarily offered their evidence." Tours obediently, MARGARET; LEW! S. Secretary. nsed once a day, creates fluffy hair, full of lite. Price in Canada fl.OO a' bottle. Sold by Sydney Jack B on, Pre- scription Specialist Phone 304. Across from ment. Alexandra If you combined tho curative proper- ties of every known "ready-made cough remedy, you probaWy-'.could not get as much real curatlvp- power BS there is m this Simple home-made easily a few COMBINATIONS indies' rietpy cotton Comiinatioiis. long and high neck, Good full sizes, and extra value Saturday Night Special; LADIES' UNDERWEAR Ladies' Cotton Underwear, In d'tid.ilraworB. A Bull- aWo weight for fall wear High neck nnd long sleeves Night p each i CORSETS Tho lot of ourL-blg Saturday special Corsets. -This it the' finil cltaranca to .values Iri Kigh-clasV Corssts., .Wprlh M auch at J5 00 pair. Saturday Night l _' Things First Correct Dress For Women s Co. HELD UP STATION; THEN AUTO DRIVER EAUCLAIRE, Oct. Two men walked Into the ralEfoad station at Bloomer, :late last up the'em- ployees and several persons wait- Ing for trains and got away with the cash box, containing After leaving the station the tncn held up a passing auto, forced the driver to carry them to Eau- clalrc, 27 miles dlstar.ii.and then robbed h'm of MO. Get from any drupeist 2% ounces of Pirtcx (50 cents pour it into a IG-oz. (Kittle andtfill the boltlo rising cither plain granulated tufiar syrup, clarifictl molasses, honey, sr corh aynip, (is desired. The rtsulfc is 16 ounces of really better cough synip than you could ouy and saves easily Tastes' pleasant and fecvcr This Piiicx and Syrup.preparalion gets richt nt the rnuso of a couch nnd gives almost immrvlMG relief. It loosens lho phlegm, EtojiS tl.c throat tickle unrllicals Msc sore, irritated membranes EO gently.nnd easily that it la really A day'slisc ivill usitaUy overcome Iha 3 nothing nclfer. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compountl of genuine Norway pine ex- act, and has he en used for generations break up severe coughs. To avoid disaprointnient. ask your iiccist for "2V2 ounces of Pincx" with __iH directions, otid don't accept any-' ;hinc else. Guaranteed to fflve nbaotuto satisfaction or money promptly re- "un rlcd, Tho 1'i nex Co., To roatoi Ont, NAVAL RESERVE OFFICER DROWNED CHICAGO, Oct. Sid- ney Pedotto of St. a naval re- serve officer, was drowned this after noon when a naval seaplane which ho was flying plunged into Lake Mich Ignn, two mlloii Lake Forest. Lieut. A. K. liacheler, of Saglnaw, Michigan, his companion, was saved. A WORLD CREDIT SCHEME BRUSSELS, Oct. of another world credit scheme occu- pied the international financial confer- ence this morning. It wns presented by Dr. Tor-Moulen, a delegate from jioiinnd, liis jn-oppSai wna ihnt iho oucallqh 'of. liUerhallonnl credit ho handed over lo the I.oaguc of Nations which would appoint A central conv mjllee-pn commorolal prcdfts, 'AUSTRALIAN WOOL ON OPEN MARKET SYDNEY, N. 3. W., Oct. AiiBtraltnn v.'ool oualncss has beef resumed as nn open market here attei eighteen months o( government con trol. ilk October, "FREEZONE" Pain I Doesn't hurl a bit! Drop a little "FrccxOP.o" on nn aching corn, fnMant ly corn stops hurting, then Ehorl ly you lift It right off with fingers Tru'yl Your druggist sells a (Iny botllc o: "Frcezone" for a few cants, nufdoicn to 6v6ry hard lArA, soft corn or corn tifltween tho toss, and tho cal I uses, .without soreness or Irrllj lion, Plenty of Bread Doubles Your The value of any- food is estimated in terras of energy, Foods that are delicate, perishable, highly-flavored, cost highest 'prices in market and often yield lowest returns in energy. But .a: golden-crusted loaf ;of Bread is all food. 90 per cent! of .it: is converged almost immediately into force and energy, That's why .every .thrifty _ Makes Bread, Best of all Foods, the basis of every meaL Plenty of Bread on your table means well-nourished bodies and food bills cut in half. It will 'repay you to v. Slices for Lethbridge-baked Bread is Bread at its Best always pure, tempting and nutritious, THE LETHBRIDGE ;BAKERS ;