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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKONKSDAY. M'Rll. 9, 1111 fl TUB LETHBninuK DAILY 1I1UIALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI Mrs. W. A. Ott and family left last neck to make tholr home in Vancou- ter. Mr. W. J. Armstrong left for Van- couver today. callcJ there by the ser- ious Illness of his father. Mrs. J. Han-den has goue to the coast for a short visit, Mr. and Mrsu.A. -McMillan of Car- mangay were visitors in the city yes- 'tfrduy. Mr, R. Wari of Uranda, Cal., spent a lew days in the the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Ueo. H. Porter. H. C.. who will be one of thb three Denishawii dancers accompanying Miss Uuth SU Denis when she ap- j pears hero neil we Calgary Her- iflld; i I Ur. and Mrs. C. K. P. C'miybeare have received word Utfir son, Il.Ieut. Bruce Conyboare, with his wile and small son, is salting fur C'auada ion Friday, the llth. i Mrs. Davidson and little -son, j who have bean spending the winter in Santa MonU-a, California, are now vis- jtiog Mrs. Davidson's sister In Pueblo, Misa Gladys Atlreo is claiming at home Tor one of her former pupils. Miss' Edna Maloiie ot Nelson, Mr. A. Flock of Sacramento. Cal., is spending a few days in the city on his way to Halvy. MEETINGS o THI QWAOiAM SAW CO. QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KXIfGRTOX, SCIENCE SUMMER SESSION ran Man lory cUsso for any loltHer iug to HvAy Otsta AfiiltStk, Ifft foithdr InformitTcra write 23 GEa V. CHOWN. Tiio Dominion Rehckah lodec No. 41. will meet In (lie I. O. O. K. hall to- morrow eight at S o'clock. A good at- tendance is requested. Visiting He- bekahs welcome. The Central C. 1'. U. meet at tho home of Mrs. Thos. Taylor. 122G Sri Ave. couth, tomorrow afternoon at 3, o'clock sharp. Members and all in- jterested are cordially 'Invited lo at tend. The regular meeting of the Council of Women will be held on Friday at 3.30 ill tlic Y.M.C.A. At 4.30 jail tho'women of tne city are invitee i to liear a short address by Mrs. Ed 'ivards on local council worK. An in formal reception will he hei'l after wards. The Daughters Maids ot Kng land will meet tonight at 7.30 In th I. O. 0. F. hall, all members are aske to be on time, so that the Driv may start at 3.15. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 There vvlll be no meeting of til First Aid class tonight.' I The ladies-of thfe EastfTtr> Star shortly issue invitations for; a danc .to be held during EasUr" week 1 Conric ;0t Women will .Sold. o -Thursday atdhe.'home ic Mrs. G. W. Eeech, 630 llth Street Mrs. O. C. Edwards of Macleod Vri address the tneetiaj. I The April meeting of Ihe'LeUibrtd.K Teachers' Alliance was well attende on Tuesday ulteruoou. Ballot voting for tho election of officers for the Al-; Teachers' Alliance took place. essrs. Dobson and Sharpies were ap- ointed delegates to .represent the elhbridge Alliance at tbe meeting in ilgary on "April -19. WEDDINGS j Monday afternoon, April 7. u pretty, ho-jgh wielding toolt place at the Irst .Baptist flusrcb. parsonage, f'al- ary. when Iho Ilev. H. H. Uingham nited in marriage Miss Alice !i. 'Ildoand Mr. Angus McN'eill. both of ernie. B.C. The brUe was given way by her father and attended by er Bister. Miss Hilda Wilde, as brides- while Mr. James Millar, of this ity, supported the groom. A small atherlllg of intimate frienils and im- icdiate relatives witnessed the cere- nony. After a honeymoon spent in Cal- ary, Mr. and Mrs. McXeill will re- j urn to Fernie, where they will maKe leir home. ij. NURSING MISSION REPORT Quality Tells Ordinary .soaps clfcinot'. lather as rinse as easily ot pye.'.the all round satisr' faction that docs because they do not corjtaifi'the pure, mild high grade materials. Ivory Soap is of the very highest quality and sells at .a- moderate price only- because millions use it. IVORY Thit imtton op or inen'a jloTe U of ttyle, Following is the Nursing Mission tport for the month of March, 1913: New patients................. Old .patients :Metro patienls dir. Heal heary Quality and the A AA-" shades. Special price; yard K v' Vv WHITE WASH SUITING Including poplins, drills, gaber- dines and fancy piquet. We are show- ing a' splendid assortment of the abort? in all weights for skirts, suits, middles and children'! wear. All 35 and 40 Indies wide. Prkcsfrwn 5 WHTTEVOILEWAISTING We are abowinf all the tiinj.- In these favorite coodi. They coma In all white and French M wide, from, yard, 7Sc.lo SOAP N'aplha Soap, Knls Naptba Soap, 10 bars for Lennox Soap, 10 bars for Gold Soap or Sunlight, 7 bars for Koap, 10 liars for WOMEN'S UI.ACK KID l.ACB AND HUT- TON BOOTS. Medium or high heels. Neat smart lasts. Regular to QQ Special V.35 WOMEN'S PATENT AND OUNMET'At, PUMPS. Style colonial, plain loa model. Kegular J4.BO. Special :___. JIBN'S HOX KIP A BOW! every day shoe with a medium round toe. Regular Special Ornnecs. psr dozen, GOc and .Tomatoes, per Ib................. Orapo r'ruit. 2 tor Lemons, per dozen............. '4.99 Onion Sets, Yellow Dutch and Ir- PHONE 313 PHONE 311 OUR SERVICE SATISFIES BOYS' WASH SUITS. Made of cfcanbrar, print a. denims, repps and P.K. Oliver Twist anil allied itrlei. Sitei 3 to 6 years. from 16 BOYS' REEFER COATS. Made la Norfolk or plain half or foil belted. Colon amortcd greys and Siwa S lo 8 jean. i AA Priced Mm I7.7S to MBWUM WEIGHT COMBINATION 2.50 UNDERWEAR. 34 to 42. Special MEN'S COTTON H05K. Colors ian, black and grey. pair nay (fomnany I ;