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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAVr AUGUST 26,1918 . PAGE SEVEN  PERSONAL   �'; �  Mrs. Oavld Calder and two little sons Davie and Arnold of "Sunny Farm" left tlilH morning for nobson, U. .C whore they will siiend a few Aveoks with Mrs. Gaidar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Horry. * *  '^liss Mlnnio Hazel, who has been vliitlng nt the coastal ciUea in British Columhiu, has loft for California. � �  Mrs, W. M. Hings^and son Billy, haVo returned from vislllnp; in Kaslo, B. C. >* * * Miss Rawdeu who lias Vtcen (he Riiesl. of Mrs. G. 'K. C. Martin at Willow I'oint. and Miss A. Kawdcn, who has licen visiting at Troctor, have returned to the city. f *  Ml83 Madge [''airlgy, who Is talcing her nurse's training hi St. Luke's hospital, Spokane, Is vlstling her parents in tho city. Mrs. Pairley and Misa l'"'alrley are leaving shortly to visll in Calgary. �   Miss Ailoen Jones, after 2 months visit to the coast cities, is returning to .Lethbridge .and will rebuiue her classes on Sept. 2nd. *  * Mr. and Mrr,. II. A. McKIIlop and family, accompanied by their guests, Mrs. Hamilton and Miss Hamilton, were visitors at Waterton Lakes last �week. , *  - Miss Eva Moore of LelUbrldgo, who has,been visiting her grandparents, ]\Ir, and Mrs. A. Moore, 140th street, returned to her home this week accom-l)anled hy her aunt. Miss Helen Moore, who will bo the guest of the Misses Woodroffe during her stay.-Edmonton Bulletin.  � � Mrs. G.. Stacey left lust night for the coi^sl. She was accompanied by her two daughters, Misses Dorothea and Avis Stacey, and their guest Miss Edith Bale, who will continue their .studies at St. Margaret's school in Victoria. *  * Mrs. Joe Cowgill and son and Mrs, nobert ^rchboUl and son, having spent the past month In Vaacouver, have now left for Victoria and Seattle. Mrs. S. \V,-.'ruck-H>oli accompnnUxl by her son Lloyd,Ooovgq.mid daiighler ,Mr.s; p. M.;Stoltos, returned on Satur-tl.ay,-iifter sponding the week at Cai-Kary, , V  ;�  . Jilr. and Mrs. Howard Uobsoii re-,lurned on Saturday ti-bm ru n'tnwing -at'Edmonton and SylvanLake. �  * �.� Mr. A. McAIpIn Icftlast week to vis-, iti'iii; Kaslo and other points on the koot'eitay Lakes. '.r . � � Y;' .� , , i-"-" � � ' � . > A parly has'just arrived in the city from a 4B0 mile trip from Wainwrighc to Lethbridge, and Included in the party is Mrs. Lilley, 88 years of age, who has stood the journey remarkably well. They loft WalnWrlght on Tuesday and travelled by easy stages, arriving in Lclht ridge on Saturday. Tho Iiarty was composed of Mr, and Mrs. D. A.. Simpson, the latter's mother, Mrs. Lilley. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Simpson and littlo son. Mrs: W. E, Simpson will be visiting in the city tor sotrio lime. .   ? ^ � V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : �> :.>*>:* >> : ? ? An urgout plea" is made for more worliors al the Red Cross Rooms on Monday nipUts. Now that the holiday season is drawing to a close all the yoiiilB bufeiness women and any others who are not attending at other times are asked to make a special effort to como on Monday nights at 7.30. Xl'ork-ers are most urgently needed. Please m.nko an effort to como every Monday night starting with tonight. *  * .;. .'j. .;. � ? : ? ? ? : G. W. V. A. PICNIC ? ? : : ? : -: * ? : eln,: ? ward:-.. Wednemlny atiHsp.Vn.. dlulvH i mei-ilng; at 8 p.m.,'ORefi,.-in,eKliii(v, M. li. Ryan, of Edmonton, will \n-i-M \\ morning and- evening next Sunday. Christian Science-V.Cdnnsday at 8, regular tostimony nuriinK-. Wesley Church.-Tii.-idny ut,'','~'A, or consideralily ninii' I ban fen'.por cePj, In conmiK.iilini; on the rstiniale the directory publishers Kiate; -'I'lie figures given Ijeinu- are innri in the. uatiire of a ealenlatlmi. There is thc'Rame probability that ilie piih Ushers have been an tTni';i conservative as liberal. The .'ollowlng ri^'-arcs are submitted as in the oiiinlon of the; publishers ,inoat nearly riijiro-senting the jiroBont iiepnlation ' ot Lethbridge. A complete eeiisiis, only, can give definite and aceurate figures," ON. CROIHERS IS UL" OF A DC WIFYRY. RA ON SUGAR NOW Oltawa, Aug, id.-Railway freighL ratos on sugar have been iiuidified. 'i'he nuestion camo before (he cabinet council on a'report hy Sir Henry Drayton, ciiairjuan of the railway commission, Saturday, and today the new rates wore made available. (Jn refijied sugar in carlo.'ul lots they are: ,' , To Montreal for local delivoricK, ;!2c a hundred pounds from .St. John, X.l!.. and 'i'.W. a hundred iioiinds from Halifax, Tho destinations in Canada, west of Montreal, the fiflli .-Whan qncitloned today in re.tctird li> tin; liritlnli Col-iimhla shipping situation arising out of tile strllio of masters and males, lion, T. \V,Crolhers said tliaV the de-partniiMit of labor Is In close loueli Willi both the shippers and the em-1 ploye;j. "I am hopeful," said tho minister "f labor, "that a soltlemeiil (it 1 the, disimte. which is a sorlous oiic. j will lie soon Iirought about," i "Tlie iiiliii.-iter further explained that! the eliief source of difficulty is the, objection of the various shipping com-1 panics to deal with tho recently or-i gaiiized .Masters' and .Males" Guild.'! The royal commis.sion appointed some j time .ago to inquire into tho, right of] the guild to recognition as well. as I into Hie mailer of wages has not yet proseulod a report, hut -inay do so soim. MASTER BAKERS Quickly Relieved By "Frult-a-tlves" nocno.s, .P, (J. "I sufforcd for miiny year,? with ifrribU/iidif^,:stiiiU(nihl8 own prey. The caves themselves are entirely uu-in'habltei), and so far. iio flsli have bcou jllscovered In the waters ot the river,; Under the' "blaze of a mag-jieslum/ ribbon,' however, there Is scenery ' enough, and to Bpure-^lha ipiw'ble flowered walls contrasting Btrangely with the water torn floor; Op to Aha present n&, one iias dis-covertjd wlmt bocomi*6'of the torrent which rdges tUroiigb the-coves. It does not llnd any exit la the ]l>eci�� v/net Valley below, but tliere are I vtrBDseififiriBBB oa the mouniaiil side forty mllea-aTjay, wtalcU Mr,'D�'utacb-man suspects to be cobiMcted> 'with ihia aubtorranean river. 11 5366 202?72 ;