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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AU11-ST 1'J, '10 MILADI PERSONAL C> -S- teaviue lo be with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. MrKenzlc at the country home near tho city: Mr aud Sirs. W. V.' 1'oapsl spending the month cm the Coast. Mr tlavs II. Yoloo is in 'Calgary.. spending a few VVEODIHQC I'WTCHAKD "Frult-a-llws" Alone Gane Him Quick Buckingham, Quo., May 3rd, 1315. "For seven years, I suflereJltrriUy from Severe taiizti- tioa. I bad gas from Ihe Miss Ivy Dawsou has artc-r spending a summer al the const. At manse. Tuelday evetiiiiS- Dr. Rivers left this Keek to "I1.011" j August at 7 p.m., >be Hev. A. II. Ihe lemainder of the month at lllsl oenoon united in marriage MisJ Wiz coast-wllb Mrs, and Ibo relurnc-i j B. S. Higin ion. is veiling j .warmly welcomed friends. Miss Mae McICenzie of the Call husiiilal staff, is recovering afler a i slight operallon-ot iho throat. and Isl Livingstone haft return-[ 'I Ed'train a few weeks vacation in tlu' nbotli I'rltx'hsrJ and Mr. Corner lid Thomas, both of Sv.-eel I'rrass.j 11, of Eilmon-lMOEtana. Miss Prlu-hard, sister of the .....and !s being ufiik1. aud Mr. Henry Webster acted! by lu-r many old as attendants and Messrs. Prank and Henry Webster as witnesses. lion. I tried many rerneiln bul nollilDg did we 'good. a sdviut I took Ihls grand fruil and it mailo me well. To every-jne who his' miserable health Mayor Brown, of Medicine Hal, Presides al the Opening Proceedings and Out- lines Purpose A wantage ol interest tu friends week spent a'tjjn itiis t-lty WHS that a iake ind you VAHXKR. We. a l.oi, 6 for trial site ?5o. At dealers orgeat postpaid by Fruit lives Limited, Otiana, Out. CALGARV. Aus. Tlie formal aliening of the llrst Calgary session ot iho Alberta Industrial Congress took pla'ce tbis morning before a large gathering of delegates and interested citizens in the Grand theatre. The meeting VCBB opened by Mayor M- A. j Urown, ol Medicine Hal. chairman ol Iho congress, who Introduced the var- ious speakers ol tho day. Among I Ihofe on Ihe plaltorni were 1'remier Charles Stewart, his lionor I.ieut.- Uov it 0. Brett. actirig-Mayor Me- i Coubrey, C. Coleman. vice-prtii-; dent of Die Canadian PaciSc rail- altogether played a very important William Toole. president. o( Ihe I part in the afternoon's programme. board or trade. R. T. lUlcy. One feature of the luncheon thai i of Ihe Union Bank of i d to everybody was the dlstrl- to each guest of a bouquet of ,Ir, party of! Play- JtaVy Sfbool tot Far atftv la tbf adn'Jitrr RCV. K GkUHAU OKCIUKD, M A. iCiai-J. U.P Successes: H.M.C. passed. 4lhL 6ttir: 9lh ond JStb places. .Mr. W. II. Mat-kie has resumed his dutlrs in 'he Slariiliird bank utter spundlng the f-aily summer in To- ronto und Kastern Canada. Dominion Itebefcah Xo. 11 will meet in lite l.O.O.f. ha'.l at S o'clock Thurs- dav cvrning. of tbp sections rendered style. the ladies vislio'rs were -Mrs. C. I-.. Bridgeport, Conn., Miss A. T-. fair, llatney, Man.. F. E. ard and Miss Leonard. London. Mrs. M. A. Brown. Medicine Hat, Mrs. iiuhcler. Bowmanville, Onl.. Mrs. W. F Dickson, Chicago, Mrs. R. C. lias- Chicago, Mrs. A. V. Grady. Mac- Canada. A. E. Warren, general man-! aeer of ibe Canadian National Hail-; ways and J. B. Walsh, general man- ager of the Canadian Manufacturers j association. I M. A. Drown, chairman, expressed j ;the liearty appreciation and tendered j ,h cf the members of the av cvrnng. o mu. irr. reriuesteil to meet with the leoil. Mrs. 1.. B. Jepson, Minneapolis. .1.- .ir. i Ba "jit Get BackYaurGnp mi on Health -v I Mrs. 11. M. Uuesl and little son i lle'jvi! ironorrow on a three months' to Winnipeg. Montreal and llos- ton' Miss Kjaures Dimswortb ant! Miss Joanne Pipes returned today from Kdmonlon where Ihey have been at- U-ndiiig summer school. utive in tbe hell al 7.4 SOLDIER'S GRAVES _ Kinkeknstaertt, Bay it must be very lo ihe citizens of T.ethbridKe lo see the nplcndiil work that has been started at the Soldier's Cemetery as a result rf the money contributed to the Sir Alexander Gall" Chanter, Daughters 0( limpire. on their tag day in Mr. anfl Mrs. .V.'lilcldlnglon have re- turned from a'snniincr diiling at UL U C and Miss Mile Fowkes. who was [June. tllpl'r" eucsl is now visiting In Edmou-l As we all know it takes time to see. L, results In work ot Ibis nature. Act-j on (lie advice of Commissioner j si re :r I'n the Valley, Vic-i plot. n This has been done in a most later visit Inj thorough manner orn ranging the jexliibits, airid-iiiilging coni and Endurance1 It is .Itsncnscd in this cily seeding ill the spring. The soldiers griivus- In all the cemeteries were Scnaa-r DC Veber rcturnerl ycsier-1 with'flowers this year and a day from Ottawa where he has beon; boarding put rounJ. attending the Liberal Under the guidance of Mr. Mitchell of Agri- ham Co U.I. aten I.ieut l.evcratt Do Vober remained tnc ctapter hopes, next spring .when Ottawa, hiving been transferred [grass -3hrubs can be lOauled to ily J. in Ottawa, hiving been transferred [grass -3hrubs can be lOauled to and oilier tu lite Bank ol Montreal there, trom keep beautiful this sacred I. 15. C; cromu tor tbose who died that we To those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly good- Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In and 2 pound tins. also fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in built. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 205 might live. ENTERTAINED THE LAOY VISITORS Lethbridge Indies, those of the I notary Club nncl others, did much to [make the visit of Ihe Industrial Con- gress enjoyable. They served lunch- con, entertained tbo lady visitors am Royal Arrowroot Biscuit Nourishing, pure and healthful. Makes brain and muscle. Children and grown-ups like them. In Striped Packages Onljr NORTH-WEST BISCUIT CO. LIMITED