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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AlKUJSr 12, 191� THE LFLTHBRIDGE OAIL^ lUSRAK-D PAGE NINHJ ? : : ? * ? ? THE WOMAN'S PART. ? > ? : ? : ? ? ? : > ? > per30nai.  social events � � � � � � �   9��>*��#�*� Mrs. James Fleming was the guest of honor last Saturday afternoon at a delightful tea given by Miss Helen McKillop. � a � - ; churches and societies � At the United Church last evening after an interesting address by Mr. J. B. WIIkiR on the man and boy problem in Sunday School work and before closing with the singing ot the national anthem with its verse for the boys at the front, a unique and intor-j esting part of the service took place 1 when the pastor read the latest war hulietlu.s from the front, telling of the fall of Mont niilier and f^liaulr.OH with Its accompanying capture of a large number of men and ollicors. 'I'hls was ot course received witli much Interest and cheer, m m 9 The following leltcr has been received by tho Secretary ]\Iajor Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E.: Frank Sanitarium, Aug. 7, I!)1S. Dear Madam: On behalf ot tho invalided soldier.s ot this institution I wish to liiank you anil all tho members ot tho Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.U.E., for a splendid donation ot $130 for llio amusement fund. It is surprising tho effect these thoughtful cofitributions have on the men. It seems to buck them up, not for tlie fact of tho more money value, hut to imow that although they have lost their health in the great struggle they are not forgotten, I agafn thank you and all the members ot your chapter from tho bottom of my heart tor your generou.^ and kind act. and hope your reward will bo seeing these splendid follows leave this institution cured and In as good a physical condition as they were previous to enlisting. Yours very truly. C. II. KERR. Hospital Commandant. ' � �  ? > : : : : : ? : > > > : : > � �� ? WEDDINGS O ? ? > ? ? ? : > ? ? ? ? : : : ? > POLLOCK-SHARP. A pretty home wedding took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Tuthill. in Calgary, last week, when Miss Vera Sharp, ot London, Enslund. and Mr. Clyde S. Pollock, ot Chinook, Alta.. were united in marriage, the Rev. S. W. Fallis performing the ceremony. Only a few inti mate friends ot tho contracting pav-ties were present. After an informal reception, at which music and dancing were enjoyed, a dainty supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Pollock left on the late train tor the east where the honeymoon will be spent and on their return will make their Home at Chin ook. * * * ]i ^ WALKER-TRICKER. On Friday, August 9, the marriage took place at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, of Miss Hazel Trlcker of this city and Mr. P. A. Walker, of Winnipeg. The ceremony, which took place at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cameron, was performed by Rev. Koontz. Mr. and Jlrs. Walker arrived in the city this morning on their wedding trip and will later return to Winnipeg where they will reside. The bride is well known here, having been tor some time on the staff of tho Simpson Company and has many friends in tho city. She is the sister ot Mrs. W. 1-1. De Long of this city. Their many friends wish great success to Mr, and Mrs. Walker In their new life. m m m CtSAR-ZADADIL. At Coutts, on Saturday, August 10, the marriage took place of Frank Cisar and Mias Stella Zadadil. Rev. E. J. Hodgins performed the ceremony. k Perfect Treatment For This Distressing Complaint W.ISINO, O.S-T. "I had an attac'c oC Weeping Koi!cma; so bad tii.u, my rjottics would be wet tliroiifrh :it tiriics. Forfourmontbs, I siillVna terribly. I could got BO rcliof inilil I tried Fniit-a-tivc3 and S"M:l,a Siilva.' Tlio first trentment. {,';n e ;�(. relief. Altogether, 1 have iKrd three boxes of SSootha K:il\;t' ami two of �Fruit-a-tives',and urn fiiiirclvwolL" O.AV.llALL. Both these sterliu- nMncdics are sold by dealers at fni.'. a box, G for $2..")0, or sent on rccf ipl of price by Fruit-a-Uvc3 Limited, ' iit;iwa. "Fruit-a-tives" is aUo piitupina trial size which sells fur ic. m RAIN MM COVERS OiSIR IT J Nearly Inch Fell :it Let hbridge During Night-.Moie Help To Feed. Last night's'rain, whiili was fairly Bonerul over the LoUilu'iil.ni: division Is the heaviest prcciiiitiitiou in the same period ainco tlii; liill ot iniG. The rainfall measurei^ ..s indios at the Experimental Fiir.ii. The heaviest previous rain here this vpiir was during fair week when ..' iiichcr! fell on Friday afternoon. Last niyhl's rain was a downpour, and ((imiUK on top of the rain during fair woek has ^given more than 1.5 inches (luring the past 15 days. This assures nuu h green toed on the grain Ileitis and will do wonders for tho pasture and the second cutting ot alfalfa, ll will also make the ground ready for ploughing and work on many lirlds will be started Iramertiately,. 'Dus only bad feature ot the rain is thai iiuich timothy cut the latter part oC Uiu week. Will be bleached. 1 THAI WON'T OEPAR Great ,Ioy at Chance of Winning Victory-Arc iMaliing Superb Advance. (By J. II. Live.say, Canadian Pres.-; Correspondent. I With tlic Canadian Korccs. Aug. 12. -Sj)cculation as to llie future is idle. Hero, at least, ia a great initial success.. It is quite liktdy that Ilic enemy will tlirow in reserves with a view to checking our aclvanee liy u slroug counter ;.ttack. In the entl.'e war effort ot the Allies lliere has linen no suoplo ot Canada may well he proud at tlio hrilliancy of conception, the perfection of organization and the rigid Im-position of tho all-osseulial (luulily of .secrecy with whieli the. force has moved many miles t)y long night mar province and keep in close touch with the' people. It Is probable that a public meeting will be held during his visit under the auspices of the Board of Trade. If If it'^ Electrical we Have It AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. our .v/ORK.mkn do reliable AND HIGH GRADE work. we carry A fulu mne of fix-TURE8 FOR store, office and home. The Steur El#ctric 409 FIFTH street SoOtH ! ' ' ' e! leicester BIG NEW PLANT Work has commenced on the killing plant and vefrlgorator being erected by P. Burns and Co. on the property purchased by them last fall south of tho (air grounds. W. H. Holt has tho contract and work has already been started. In addition to the abattoir the company is putting. In yards and scales, and ia building a spur track, so that Lethhrldge will become their central killing point for Southern Alberta. The undertaking as yet 1? small, hut the company has secured 120 acres ot laud close to the track, and there is every reason to believe that as the demand grows Lethhrldge will become an Important point in tho P. .Burns Company string of abattoir throughout the west. The company is tapping the Irrigation ditch and by means of a dam Is building a lake from which ice supplies will be taken this winter. Ubie meek in the Cft^ Cburcbea Knox-Usual services n*xt Sunday, Wealey-Tuesday aU 7.110, weekly meeting ot Boy Scouts. Next Sunday, monilnK and evening, Tiov. William Buchanan is expected to take the services. United-Wednesday at 8, prayer service. St. Mary's-Tuesday at S.;iO, teachers' meeting. Wednesday at 7,15, Boy ! Scouts. 8.30, vestry mooting In Pftflsh Hall, Friday at .8, intercession Service. . '' Christian-Tho prayer meeting nivd all other mootlnga have been poBt-poned on account pC the Cliauta:n The cost of doing business is rising higher all the time. Horse feed is away up, wages are going up, freight rates are up 20%, shortening, sugar, malt are all up in price and there will be another raise in coal soon. In view of these facts we can no longer sell bread at the same price as we have been doing so that starting on Monday, August 12th, the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows: RETAIL I Loaf...............................i.......... 15c 2Loaves................................----...... 25c 9 Loaves for..... ........$1.00 WHOLESALE II Loaves for .... ... ... ____ $1.00 N. J. Schweitzer Fredb. Kirkby John Cilmore Limited R. W. Scott ;