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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SKPTKSIBEK 23. 1'J19 DAILY IH-.HM.I-> PACK ELEVEN MILADI .Mr. A, Davis. Sr.: Mr, Ceo. Field. Mr. iMoii of the llcbekahs will meet at lus. Held, Mr. John Kirk. iho home of Mrs. Morris. 10th St.' Mrs. D. A. Suillk anil Mrs. Win. Soulb. lul; ovcmng. Carter were presented wltli JcwcU Arthur Dunbar> Union Dank Apartments, will receive on Wednes- day afternoon Irpm 4 until 0 o'clock, and thereafter on (ho test Wednesday of each month during Ihc season. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McKtnnon leave tomorrow for California where they contemplate remaining [he winter. '.Mr. S. A. Uuchanan, of Kdmonlon, Is In (ho city, ihe guest of his parents, Kev. and Mis. Uuchanan. Mrs. M. Mcttcr. of Dululli. has ar- rived In the elly. having called hero through the serious Illness of her son. William. Mr. ilcttcr is a patienl ID lite (Jail Hospital. jiroxy on (heir husbaiidb1 behalf. The remaining .four .olfUers, Dr. J- Alcxandcr, Mr. ''Gordon Mr. eorsc Slirceves ami Mr. J. S. Johii- slouc. were unavoidably absent from ihe meeting. After the presentation -Mrs. Mor- deii; Sr.: .Mrs. Morclcn. Jr.. uni) Mrs. McCallum. grand officers of the Kc- bekah I so. addressed tbe assembly. their addresses being followed by an Informal program, many- present co'i- Irlbullcf fiongs and speeches." Follow ing tUe bcrviug of refreshments, dsnu lug was enjoyed. the musk being (urnlslietl by the Mlzjiali orchestra, Mr. Jack Clarke entertained a iiurn Lcr at his boy friciida at a birthday parly given In his honor at his home The Daughters and Maids of land, arc afkvd tu mm at Ihu of Mrs. nigM at S o'clock. lOtli St. N.; lo- Don't forget the gold and silver' medal tumpciiilcm being held in Clirltituii cburt-h llils evc-nlng. .v'.tle- proBrnni has becu prepared for your cr.joynifciii. RED CROSS NOTES last evening. A very delicious sup- per was enjoyed after wbich gamts Mrs. J. F. llcynolds, of Chuesholm. wcrc played until a laic hour. The who is en roulo to Butlo. included Mnstcrs Lloyd Cralfj. r.-as a guest In She elly yesterday. Mr. aud Mrs. W. Morris and JiiJinlly, of.Coleraan. arc hi the city. Drucc Ilraudow, Alfred Morrlp, Alex- ander Alllslcr Ucnoon. Jack and' Arnold, Caldei and Cyril rase. Mrs. Clarke isas as- sisted in serving by .Mrs. Van Home and Mrs. Burnacal. The Reef Cross Must Continue for "Improvement of Health, Pre- vention of Disease and Miti- i gation of Many brandies and Individual mem-1 of the Canadian" Cross I 'society have expressed the opinion I that i he re, lias been undue delay in which tnc 1 lieacethnc determining Ihe place sociely shall occupy in world. oilu; sloys to consider thai it was not until May 13 lhat an Lieut. A. C. Padlcy. of Ihe Royal IJublln Knsllierfi. iiUachcd lo the 25lh Middlesex Itfgimcnl. left Ibis utler- _______ ____ ____ noon for after having spent aflcrno'gn in ilnrpcrVhnil, un- jdeclare-IlFelf a party m-iliu purp two days in tlie'clty tUe: gOest 6f Mrs. 0[ the Sir Alciaudcr! uf the i-itcnulional orgairzallon. DnlrymjilD, having arrived from GaU chapter. I.O.D.K., lu j nm uniil June that. I'caco was ijc a most successful affair. Those i actually Bipned. iL is ijuHe clear tlnn. desiring reservations may secure samtjan earier annonncemcnl would have International Ited Cruss jioliey was an- nounced, anil not until June 27 '.hat The monthly tea being given on Sal-jihc Canadian Red Cross could legally poses Tind Mrs. 11. II. Guest and licr son, Os- Itorne. wbo have "ocen spending thi> liy telephoning ilra. Allison, phone bren a prcmnturc and restricted one. it will be In Sep- tember before the central council al Mrs. Katie Palen, 311 Slh Ave. S.Jiis next meeting in Winnipeg can an Patrick's fnounce its peacetime' national -pro- past six weeks'at Wlnnipcb', Iclt lasl nlglil for Montreal and boston where (hey tnlenJ speodiiif Uic H-intcr. (is giving n tea In aid of 51. P. church tomorrow (Wednesday) after-j gramme, the iniervcning period is The- many friends ot Mrs. K. CVcnlng. short enough in which to secure from uill sincerely regret to learn thai her j P lno various provincial branches the A 45. P, c. j-, special problems and conditions which tal seriously ill tn the hospi- CHURCHES ANC- SOCIETIES v SOCIAL EVENTS asked lo attend this first meeting or .the club year (Anniversary Rc- j frcslnncnls will be strvcd by the hos- committee. The executive Last cTcnlnff an interesting event Look place In IJurgmann'a hall, wbcn K C.'s of the Mlzpah Lodge, No. 72, I.O.O.K., were presented ivllh r. G.! jewels. A. large and representative gather- Ins was present, including many visit- ing brethren; ihelr wives nnd slsler .Mr. J. II. Ueruard, first vice grand of the local order, acted in the capacity of chairman, nnd candl- dales to TIB presented (his evening at 7.30 o'clock. All mem- presenl- to Dr. Thomson, grand br must have a bcaritig on a general Dominion policy. The outstanding peace time Junction j of Hie Ited Cross will he 10 nnuler to His public lic-allli deiiartinciits, federal. Tne Malliesls Club u'JU meet in the provincial and iJic anxiJ- tomorrow Rflcr- iary srrvicc which it gave to .tlie noon al 3 o'clock, livery member is MQltta department in llnic of war. Tile details must be determined by ex- isting ner.ds and locnl conditions. There should he no mistaken idea I that a determined effort is being inarlc consldcratlou ol scvera.1 Hems business. The Sisters of Knox church arc. meetlnj? at the- home or Mrs. Spooncr of Lhe order, vlio made Ihe preaenU- llon. The local lodge had 12 P. G. Jewels to prescnl lo retiring officers, and Di'- Thomson enjoyed the privi- lege of person ally presenling the fol- lowing 'officers willi Ihelr P. (5. Mr: o; B. Chief Hardy, ley Dawson's section ol (he Wes- A id 'bazaar will meet al B1TRO-PHOSPHATE IS GOOD FOR THIN NERVOUS PEOPLE pilallly committee- Is aslteil to nieel fifteen L chiefly lo lind ocunatipn for workers minutes hefcrc the niceling (or- thehvlio would otherwise relapse into of (idleness. On the contrary it is lealiz- cd that Itcd .Cross workers made tre- mendous during the war in order to rondcr the was Riven, and there was no irtea of in- definite continuance. Nevertheless Ihe four years', done so milch to :'twaken a real izalion of in- dividual rcsiionsihlHly Iq'hunianiiy at large thai (here is no question ol the support which will he accorded any proposal known lo he oi vital import- ance. As the situation npw stands the Cnnnian Ilert CroEs society "may carry on activities in lime of li'eace or war for the improvement o[ health, the prevention of disease and Ihc mili- busTneas to be presented for discus- j Baljon 0[ suffering throughout the Bioii. j world" within its own Dominion, and accrcdiled member of the Women of .Mooseheart O.F., 'Lcihbrldge -CBaplcr, her home, 92L 3th St., at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Instead of 'Wed- nesday afternoon as formerly planned. There will be an executive 'meet-, ing ol Ihe G.W.V.A. licld In Ihe club rooms tonight. AH members are asked lo Attend as there Is important A Kreiich scientist bas '-discovered. organic pliospjiatc irhlch should be m very effective remedy for Mtafc neo'es. sleeplessness, thinness aurl lack or atreiiRth, energy and vigor. Its substance Is described by spe- cialists as identical In composttioa wlln certain vilale nelenienLi natur- ally found in brain'and nervf. nnd one which when1 taken Into-the human system IB quickly converted into healthy MvLhE tissue. Tin's pliOBphilc is already widely knoM-n among In this coun try as Bllro-Phocpfaate and some ph'y- siciins claim thit through its use sLrcngth, -energy, vigor and nerve force arc frequently Increased In weeks' lime. Ur. Frederick Kolle, Editor of Now York "Who's sayj It should be prescribed by every doc- tor and used In 'every hospiUl In the United SlRte'a. As there arc a variely of so-called those who wish ,to "lest Ihla substance should be sure to vet Lhe No. 3l'S, will meet on Wednesday evening. 1910, al S the Moose Hall, 'Hlslnliollmm Ulock. A3 Ihls Is the (Irst legislative meeting of Ij.O. League of lied Cross societies must iis share of responsibility in the same purpose.. Ail bppor-j lunity for proving "tlio usefulness of" cuch an international orghiiizalian- Hie demonstrated almost immediately] chapter, the senior regent will be: jn tYnliuF epidemic in eastern much obliged by a large attendance. [Europe. j Mailing Dtparlment Closed The Thistle Sowing Circle will meet continuous service "tor" the I witli Mrs. G. Goldie, 538 12tn Si. period o[ the war Ihe volunteer work- Norlh, on Wednesday afte'rnoop. 'icrs wlio orEflnizcd and operated the] Jnialllng depaflmciU of Hie head office: Mrs, Grist's and Mrs. Qdmark's Etc- [O( (nc sociely have disbanded. This! 'department was one ol Uic most vnl-1 u.ible' and efficient connected wllli llic cxccnllve officcE. Equipment from Bexhill and Beachborough In accordance wilh the decision of lho ccntni! council Ihc Chief Commis- sioner Overseas was instructed to slifp all rosslblc hospital equipment hack lo Canada as the various Can- hosnilals which had been equip- ped by Ihe Fled Cross were dis- mantled. A huge warehouse was ob- from Uic Cnndian, Aeroplane Limited in Toronto, and lhc_en.uipment from Ihe two hospitals oi ucxniii and HeachboronRh now repose Jn it. Tho experiment has proven tlihl with the Inflated values of all malcnnls at present in Kngland, and the cost of liacklng and shipping cqnipmcnl, It would be more profitable to sell icli articles as beds, Taplow Memorial The Duchess of Connaughl. the best known of Candlail hospitals in Kng- during the war, was situated on the cRlfllc of and Mrs. -Astor at .Cliveden. Tho hospital has been dismantled and Ihc grounds have rc- vurlcd lo their owner. There remain, however. In the llnlian garden forty' one level grnvca wilh simple sunken atones nml guarded by the beautiful figure of a woman M'ho slants with arms outstretched towards the west- ern sky. Thla Is the memorial whlcli thns been placed at Cliveden for Ihe I forty-one men who out of the padcuU ivfto were ndmUtcd to the Duchess of Connauglil did not recover. The memorial unveiled on 1 April -1 by HIr llobert Uordcn. I A very rumor lins been jcirculalcd1, and has even been .support- ed by some Candlan nowapRpc-ra. to Ihc effect thai ft Iflrcc numhcr of Camlian soldiers rcponcd "believed nrc not really dead but may 70! bo discovered as prison- ers of-olherwlsc hidden In enemy. Country. should be stern- ly tor as the result of search'-ilol.'n single Instance of inVklridVpnggeilc'd h'as been dla- covered -the. sociely, which has J- Kcd Crnsa Monthly Bulletin. Lethbridge People Will Soon Not be Supplied With Milk they do not return ihe milk bottles. Ouv drivers do not care to gel people out of bed at 5 or 6 a.m. to ask'for bottles, but we must have bottles lo supply bottles will Sold pickles or jam, If you have any bottles woii't you kindly have them ready (or the driver. Thanks. CRYSTAL DAIRY lit n poiniTur habit amung Ihc. women In Sfber> we The New Furs are now on view in our Reacly-loAVear Department (second most complete and splendid showing of (urs ever made in this store. There is style and beauty worth studying. The richness and beauty of (lie furs from the styles of t he garments in which 'hey are sufficient !o attract wide interest. The most discriminating tastes will delight in this satisfying display of furs that portray correctly fashion's latest whims, yet are extremely practical. BEAUTIFUL-NEW HUDSON'S BAY FURS To consort v.-iiti the rcsl of "My I Andy's" tine appiK'l. No Fall (Josiunie can be quIli: so complete without the ritli fainionablu tone ICDL Ijy Hudson's IJty r'urs, Aside from Ihc style anil dependability features there aro ihe luiurious warmth anj com- fort lo bii remembered. THEY'RE CELEBRATED SINCE 1670 Hudson Seal and Alaska Sable Capes... and Beaver Cape Muff Set 5144.00 Fox in Red, Black and Grey, Pric- es and per set of Muff and Scarf. Ermine Set in Cape Style and Mel- ton Shaped Muff. Price WOMEN'S FASHIONABLE FALL SUITS The most lovely EQft new fabrics nre used, such as Chiffon JJroadclolti, Velonr CloLh anil Tricot inc. The nolours that arc in demand for fall anil winter arc navy lilue, ox.oloo'l, reindeer and -ivooil brown. The slj'lcs" are youthful and conservative. Every nejv effect from the hijjli waistcd tc the slraighL line belled models Included. Some anT I rimmed with furs, while others :ire trimmed with braid, buttons and em- broidery Prices Range from to ".CORSETS Full .'iii.qjlcl D. it -A.. Corsets, in medium nnrt low busi. salta trimmed, clastic over hips. Kouppliiy material at hoi Lorn of uonoS lo keep .fVotn.. wearing. Four hose support- Guaranteed not to rusi. Well honed. Prices-at S2.50; and per pair S' FALL "AND WINTER ear Wool sw'calers in plain knil- Mailc in n "nice stjMf's. Some arc belted, ollicrs fiaye Colours white green, r6'se, uiarooii, .purple, tnd maisc, Prices and Dry; :Gocds Department Dry Goods 'are very prominent as this List proves. We are showing Lhe latest from Broadway's giare in Gabardine Suitings, .Novelty Shirtings, Duchess Satin, and a wide range of other Dress: Goods, pur staple department is showino some .Tvafues in Bedspreads, and the world famous Hudson's Point Blankets, Ihe only blanket for the winler.iweather. XOVEI.TY PLAID from New smarl and heavy quality. 54 Incbcg One yanl and a quartciCiiiakea Ihc skirt. Fine value.at, yard colors anil weight, 51 inches wide [or suits or ivlnter dresses.-Colors nigger, navy or'C Qr llusr.ian grceii. Sploudlil value at, FIXE DllESS' inches wide. Comes In navy, or niBeer brown. Very (Jne -rib. Exceptional value at, 0 7C yard................................................. 6.JD XOVBLTV SI'Olir brariil. Ill all (tic OC- newest novelty scrawls. Special-vnliic nl, cacli tijC XOVBr.TV niDHONS -In Dresden, plalils and cheeks. Goon quality laffela. 6 inches wirte1 Tor hair bows. Special ttCf value at, yard JO.C XOVBL.TY -n-lth colored liordcrs o( iiink or blue. Very heavy for bain. use. Special value at, -I nr a pair............................................--- 1 UAKGB S1ZB In Chlnlz or Silkoline. In a be- Wllderinp vaTiely of attractive designs.1 Size 6 [oel by feet. 150 to sclccl front al, eacJi r nn and............................................ JiUU GALATEAS AND DnKS navy with white strints and designs; Fast colors, for children's ivear and house dresses. 2S inches wide. Splendid, value Rl, yard DA11K UL.VK they lasl, 20 pieces at, yard ARK STILb SBLLIMi J. S. BROWN-g II1IBI1 DAMASK AT OW) arc loss than wholesale price today. "If It's tahlq llnenhf Duy nowl Prices at: Napkins, per Aft dozen, I ,VV Table Cloths, each 54.11 to GF.OIIOETTB 111 all Ihc most beautiful shades. In Inches wide. Heavy quality. Imported by us. Usually sold nl While they last............................... 7.50 MAIN FLOOR NEW STYLES JUST ARRIVED IN BOOT DEPARTMENT AT ATTRAC- TIVE PRICES. IT WILL PAY YOU TO STUDY THIS LIST. I.ADIKS' HLACK KID LAL'B Willi lung vamjjs ;uld I.ouis -1 -1 CA UooiUvnr welt. Price LADIES' CLACK V1CI KID WALKING luHiCiiry hppl and while ivoll. Kfal ?miirl 1 o nrt J-ricp....................... li.UU LADIES' TAX KOKO Louis iLtcl. long iioinlcd vamp n tf A anil Unodycar I'ri'-o O.JU MBX'S DHOWN KAN'UAKUO LACB KOoi lieivy vvcLl- 1 n nn od sole and square toe. Prit-e .MliN'S DA UK IIHOW.N RUSSIAN CALF I.ACt uoll, -i -i fn lasl. Price ll.DU JJOYS' UUNMKTAI, Made on a good broad last. A good j prt school shoe. Price ..............TCiDU SECOND FLOOR HOUSEWIVES FIND SOME VERY INTERESTING'ITEMS AT VERY INTERESTING PRICES IN THE HOUSEFURNISHING .LIST TODAY. N'EW LINKS OK niosL cC fcclire colors. AL [jrices, yard 1 Cft l.O.U all iJicwcst iiovcUy scrolls, from, a -i or SOc lo l.JJ NEW AIIT BATHBNS -Jnsl arriv- A'ft cil. Prices "KA'UHO" -'VACUUM-': SWDtPBHS-TlS-o.nc.ijt A Kadi.......'. IIEAIUXG ''CVCO- r Liqiill) CEDAU, oi-.-.- Each UtlUll) CBUAfl sal- n Ion llns. Each................. O.Ull FLOOR cleaning aha pot isMing.rlogrs, 1 pint. libtllcs! A SALE OF LARGE SIZE GRECIAN BEDSPREADS Size In dciiehlful (lesiBns. Val- ue un lo 57.SO each. Special Price, 56.45 Each Grocery Dept.: Milady Glycerine Soap, 6 bars for 35c Lennox Soap, I? barifor 75c Sunlight Soap; 4 tars to 30c Blue, Rickettij per packet... Catsup, Clarks, ID 25c Soda per packet v 35c Baking Powder, Nabob, 20c SERVICE PHONE 313 A large ufeftl Remnants of Staples, Dress Goods and "SsjksVAll marked at HALF. PRICE OR Lengths to suit everybody. Many dress lenglfis of useful cloths al excep- tionally low figures. Hudson Bay Point Blankets We have received a splendid slilprncnl from Ihc norlti. of shout 49 pairs of Hie Genuine Hudson's day Ulankets.. Tljcsc- and aru' 'Very' scarce. V.'c arc selling urcally below nia'rVet yslue at lho TolloVing prices'r 3% point in Grey, White, Red and Green, 4 point in White, Grey, Red, Greta and Khaki, Secure tliPse while they lasl. They arc probably. Ihc only Llankdts in Alberta. Men's Furnishings BOYS' wlnlur wciglil, Inner bancls. KIzcs C's lo In Hsijol'tccl colors. Priced up 1 from MBN'S ORBY FI.AN.XHIi nliachcil. An Sizes U'A lo IS. 1'rlcc J.UU HOYS' SIHIIT; ol a Eootl miiilKy grey nn Ilannel. SlzCa ll'.t lo H. Price MKVS COUDUHOY llncil. Priccil 7 fn nc HOYS' Bl.OOHEIl real liaril wearing mater- i ials. Sizes S ia 31 i Same as above. Sizes H lo 15 ycurs. i A.UTO of Siberian Coo! Skin. fine hair. Sizes 1'rfr Saras as nljovc, size 51x72. Oft AT) AUTO ImUiltion Iluffalo. Illllilicr inlcrllnli An Price......................................-i........ 1H.WW (ihe Budson's Bay (Tompano ;