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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY Bert Kellos family. Md 'am' Stevenson, nf (.wnum: PAGE ELEVEN in courtesy lo several guests who aie vlsillns In, the The hostess receivd Ihe p teautifully gowned, and assisted t- Falrtleld 'f'j v CrlURCHES AND-SOCIETIES .t. A ,J. ,J, The usual raid-weekly mcctlue bo conducted In ihc I-fntccoslnl As Many liritnfe'were ejlremely hap The reception room? were most arils- IP being lo, a wikdme lo Col. llr. Mor-, frit'nds, o! Taf't-r; I.eavllt 1ohl1 .lant. bovs, Letshm'an'boyf. Uillirusiey boyf.l Tiben bovs. the girl, li. Clara Richards nnd all ot r.lenwoodTille. Bert Wood, with launch i oi'ileiirlne 'but when vou say iroui." .'turns around and says "ll'm! Vhid yfrtsayr.very lotnl. cutting comraittee ot 1W was nol a capi- he other Jellow. to be also a! ecled and was farmed Art; and (oiks are jolly lhan an endeavor The of Quality 'Groceries TOOURCUSTOMERS4- We can supply 10 Ibslof Sugar with fruit orders. sincfrri) iioai joy resilience In Alberta. vMrf. Hu.h "cotl. HU> ii cnteitainirjt as Her guesi. hir ilsier. yi.tv JlcKenilc. Rev. ciias. re- lumed mod deitrbiful' trip ,to'.the'- coastal cllKs. Miss FUher.vwao wan member ot the teaching of this AT THE WATERTON LAKES Bridge" a game winning Ihs InHliil rfj Interest and approval ot lliose cut. The attractive' -prlzb 'or the worthy contestant was awarded lo Mrs Stoltr, the consolation EOliiB to was also plased, Among the campers arc C. sen and wile. Jolm K. Hanson antl wile.-..Nursing Sister M. K. Samliler Miss McNaugbtonTienE the forlunate being In the commercial He morning eiensr'counsel, which led to a series objections ani lengthy arguments. 'Magistrate Noble objecjtd strongly 10 Mr McMurray'K requests for in- formation as lo identity of members of the committee, supporting A- -Ml I contention that siirh infor- Imalion was not relative and declar-1 I iog that it was his duty to prolcct the magistrate, hoi senior, ot the prellmman hearing ol'U.d ,e had at venous times been the itnke eVd'n, on a charge of se upon to swear in sneual con ablcs 10 protect homes ot men who retcned threalenlng letters dnr- VICTORIA Aoa Tana dlan Pacific Railway steamship Princess Era northbound struck Ripple Rock a submersed reef In the Seymour narrows and pro to' Plumpers Bay, she is lylr.a at anchor She is in no danger. South, have leu mviw, Cil'fo'rnla. where they contemplate re-j April 1920. 'ot Bow Island, is in the cilv, tiu guest ot the Misses Klynn. 'Mr f Davy of Prescott. Ontario, who has been spending a month In the visiting relatives left Mon-, day for the East accompanied hy his, sister, Mrs.'G. The sympathy of'a wife circle ofj Morris is extended Mrs. J. neadlretter; Infant'ton pussed away in the Gall -hospital on Sunday, suffering fr6m appendicitis. 1 Mr: K. S. Beitlie. of Bow Isbnit. ivab s weeV end visitor in the city. MfF r. VV. Cotlam left on the atlcr- licnn train tor'Calgary -.There 'she will b> thc'suest of her parents, Mr nn'd McClelland, during the-ncit two N -H> Trimble, superintendent I- ot-'liie'bethbrldge Chantaun.ua NEWPORT R -i rhe-city will remain Gerard, former BLHUO-.T.M'-. throughout ..i.elhbridge's" six days', Herman imperial court. Vlfcrncd---- Chaulailiiun' program lluiely-yestcrdm atarnoon that he had lever made any statement during tiie Mr and' Mrs. Alwood ar'o at preV! ofrhls nit spending a vacation in British C0nld, lead the German nr Colombia.' German people to Tjelieie innt tiif 1 United States not roscnl ruth Rev .F'TV. Dafoe his returned lo .less'submavine Ihe cltv I :Mr. Gerard declared that he al i '.'ijvays'lnrauned th" Germans thit ti' Mrs R Stoiio, of Bow'island, was ot ruthless submarine war- th'e'woek end guest ofMrs.'B. Fuller. fare followed by hostile ac 'tiori on the part of the IJnited btTes Mr'and Mrs. McClelland. Mr. andr cabled article by Karl von MIss'Muir and Mr. Mnnro. ot Barons, published in morn were gtiMlo In the: city yesterday. Suri purporting to quote trojl They been enjoying o motor .the. of Admiral von Tirpil; 'trip to Glacier left the that M- Gerard In an addre i this morning for their: home town. H16 liremon chamber of imerce gave the Germans the Inpras Ml" Bowe, Victoria Mansions. thal the United States'.Would: riot enterfainipg her sistW, Miss Dowe, of it the operational ruth Biirdett. less'submarine amil> Vr- S Seward and1 brplher all of Msgrath. Art and Joliu lirown and Mr; md aimlies Geo Green and tarnil> Jim Nielsen ind tnnnl> l.ou lionncll and family, Mr. Mcilalion and fanill) Mrs I'ortcr and Miss Me Donald. N. B. Peat and family and Mrs. Stafford., all of Lethbridge .Tom Ott nhd Stewart Leard am famines of Raymond; Eph Hicks and and families, of Letb bridge; Mrs. Kd .Caldwcll and Sirs ChTis. Hurt and families, ot Cardston. Mis 1 omburg and three girl friends raci was Icioted large W'jo l'eitimdn> with, regard 10 the permission cards and alleged Inllml William Mcl-aren fald that he was dbiised to "stop.delivering papers in the north end'Diving to threats by a lob ..headed bv forciRiiti that if he icnlinued Me vicrX be would be orn lo pieces .and Tajlor a re limed soldier who emploj Ulll- j ihc strijie. and it was not fair that thev should be made, targets. He Corn Flakes, Dominion, 2 packets for.......25c Coliee, 1 Ib. packets, ground, Jamieson. Buy now before the advance, each...........50c Gold Dust Washing Powder, 3s, per packet... 30c '.Quick Feather, 2 packets.....35c Jam, Raspberry and ib. tins, each 85c Creamettes, just arrived, 8toz. packets, each.. 12c Macaroni, Mother's, 8 pz. pWkets, each.....12c Celery, per Ib... Peaches, Elberta, Freestonejper case PHONE il 3 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE iirne soer menl with the heablh department dur Ing the stHkc forced he staled threats to Quit nork ifnd asV aid from the Returned Canada lers Rfllet BULGARIAN NEGOTIATIONS Sold ed sink OVER IN EIGHT DAYS pointed out further that had been "freeh df-cu In rcph Mr said ,as ieall> nothing more than i lias heen manufactured into a reio lution. xant to go into the nor inrs of 'the.' citizens1 conimittee. e haw a-righl to go e.erv corner oi the cltv U necessary lo show thai there was no atte-npl on the part of the. accused to cause Mr Parncll ou have a Junior Chautaunua of jour onn hoys and girl-, j and hear the Mern.ee, I" t trfp lo their home nilhe Pacific DAILY PROGRAM FRIDAY Ors-inlzmg lumor Clmutaurjua Afternoon- Opening Lxerclses ind AnneuncemcnlB i tr Admission Concert Fnlerlainnienl, 1 eclure- The MaMng of a Admission Mornlna- lumor Pla> and Stori Hour GuannoMrWnnln Company "challenge of the Gounto J Klerame MONDAY Morning- Junior Pla> and Slors Hour TUESDAY i, 1 1 Admission 7--C, I Band vcffh uncalled oC Eastern Jrcuits i Mornlna- Tumor Plaj and Story Hour WEDNESDAY 'lunldr Plai and Slor> Hour 'Arlists Trio r Danger Signals on Ihs Ttond to Ifcaltti j Edna Eugenia Admission Oc, I' Tieriial Metropolitan [frio P I-octtire- Hah s Place Among the Nrtions Lfent Bruno noVelii (Illicit Italian speaking through conrfesv if the Italnn1 7nc( J THURSDAY Mornlna- Junior Play and Slory Hour Haw ot1Jtu3icr Through Par-11 'Mdtlon'Vldurci ot Aclifel Volcano Ml Kllauea i t. Adraluton >IOO j OPENING PAY ;