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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHPAY, AUGUST THE._LirrHBEUnGE DAILY !1ERAU> PAGE FIFTEEN fr ft (ieoffrcy. accompanied by return.-to'.the'cily they will-visit ic PERSONAL lligfnboibani; Utft mntoModay lor acd Vancouver. Music, daucing and game.-; was Hie joider of fat v.iu'fh ,wai j carried on till the hours, One feature of tha evening was idsncing of the liccl by Mr W .Mllroy, Mr. Ff'fe, siuilh adrt Mfts MajKie RfaoiSWCwsri. XaisraKh Mlln. vloUnlstsr v.ere in Bice. Mlu Ffte iVj pianUt and rise playact at rows oUijlnj local .ajnce cociinj ta Mr. Fyfe his hid quite irlons ronnertion lUjtlibrldje Saving worked In the Gal' Mines aj'far-rjafi noj Ho went oversew with the S'ncl bittalion and milee In France and Belgium. Hltsjamily had quite a record in ihs> Watf rton Lakes, .where they will re; mala over the Uolidsv. The friends c( Mr. Eugene Farro'w will be glad to kuo-.v that be is re- Mr. aud Mrs. Stanley after a severe uccidcill. returned from a fow oaya outiag ati Mr. and :.Wrs. T. C. MscLcan have taken up residence 311 S12 Clh Avcnuj South. j M.IBG Uawden's school -.vill Miss' Aleuuiiiir Moore.- hasjnut rfropcn until .Monday. September been oveneat for tie- past eighteen i fin. tnoollis. has relumed to the city and I Joined, tbe Nursing .Mission staff. Mrs. W Huikes Is a visitor iu Cat- 'gary Mr. and Mrs. David Donald left to- Krirnds of .Miss Jennie liiiby will be pleased to that she is re- from her recent operation In the Gall litiipital. way it enllitinentt alter broke oiit. hit mother. hoslilil- Mrs J Kyte, haying given seventeen sons an'l grandsons fo the war. One of 1m brothtrs, who by tbp war. also work- ed In. the Call Giinep about seventeen years tie o: at the head of his company "over The lop." He was Pipe corporal Garnel High Cost of Living See-Saws As Some Articles Go Up and Others Go Down ___. icing and fluit sugari au> ago, waa killed at (he [i-rst bat-} unknown quantities in the city today. the Sornme. playins the a Pound of the same can be ob- tained. v.-ho the tooth will uave to be content fiith it day for Elko, by motor. Mr.. Frank VYaddinelon. Ralp'a. and iup. nc noa i lyfi'ui Vjarnei Lvl-i" iu ML- vuuivui 111 ill I utp. j I Wolsley Fyfe, Tynatdt Scoltuh. granulated variety ot so' -Mrs. I.. 51. Coombs is spending remains of his pipes were recovered! without sugar. The ankle when ob. ecd in Itayniond. ihe gueal of form a a IntereslinE exhibit lalnable in Hie c-ily was scllina at tlw jher mother. Mrs. Peterson.' Mr.. P- .Fraclie. Maslttr Jultll. Mrs. Krache and daughter, are at present in Washington. Prior to their In l-alng's mmsiini and art urtce of 13 cents a pound re- N'elveasUe-on-Tyne. Kngland. This in a hundred per ctai. Or. Thomson left this Eiiorning for ;l holiday of about ihrce weeks at 'thej O 3 0 WEDDINGS Get your Vlctroia how and be prepared tor the summer's Victrolas from 531.00 up. We invite you to coroe-In our store'and hear the'following Records: (J4SM Yon Look in the Heart of a liosc :___ ....................Sung by John McCormack 1S550 Ralnuuw Division March Arlhur liryor's llanil i Spirit of Independence March...... Cony-ay's Band 1S561 Out ot the East Fo> ..................Joseoh C. Smith's Orchestra llatny Day Trot ....................Joseph c. Smith's Orchestra 15555 Oli Susie Behave Medley One-Step Van EPS Trio Monte Cristo Jr.. MeAtay Fox Trot___ Van EPS Tflo 1S5S3 Ui'ialiy Blues Quartette When the Bees Make Honey Down iu Sunny Alabam Uy Irving and Jack Kaufman Sorter Miss You Prance's Alto j BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBtPTA.' SEPTEMBER I Out To-day JJERE are a few selections from this x month's offerings amongst which will be found selections to suit all tastes, including Popular, Dance, Instrumental and Operatic numbers beautifully ren- dered by foremost artists. Coine early and make your Choice frorna full stock. i Wscents for My Sumco Halt-UlKui AUbima Buiierfly Crurrlcs Hirl-Ellioli K Illing ii Nice if It Conns [row EftE Thll "I Love You" Irving and Kaufman fit SMI in Old Swttlheirl of of GljJncsi Uwi5 Junes-Shannon Four In the Hcirl oE_a I Found You Henrj'Burr Tike Your Girlie h> Ihe Blby Aiihur Fields I Ain't >n Cot 'en No Time lo the Muring. Me lo the Ijnd of Jm Mirion Ihrris reier GinV- Y TrM Sk Brown Brollitrs -i Hive i Foi Trof Pitlrn Kicjely trot JiuBand' i.' Troll Jos. C. Smilh's OrcK J8589 13593 18591' 18591 185M 1S5H JSSM Red Seal Records at Greatly Reduced Catatogul Mr. aod Mrs. Gt-orge K Wall. ol. !Montreal, are guests in the Mr. anil Mrs, lurned (o thoirk bare re- raerboro, k after a pleasant month's visit Dougall recently ot Kdinburgh, Scot- land, became the Wif? of David Collihs 'Reid, of The bride charming In a gvey v.-ith a'siWery-grey hat to match'and'carried a large boquet'of pink find roseB, Iramedtate- [iractlcaUy (ruin pre-uar In the rise of the cost of canned tomatoes have lakan a The price had recently edvaneed cents a case, wholesale, the article selling at M.ii per case. Within last day or ttvo. however, another k-aji has been refistercd. bealinE all Ibs ret-ords. and bringing canned lonialoes to 55.00 a case. I Colfee has also participated in I'K upward flight of canned tomatoes airl I has advanced four conls In the '1, i-'Iour has jumped ten centd a i jj- following the 'caremoDT a suyper ol certain cuts Vas iserrpd at the borne of Mr. Mrs. S.'J G. of Kardleville. j-etail. hundred iiotmds. Some consolation, if ft can be ED re- garded, is that the price 6t fruit anil trcsh vegetables is toining down Iliere Is a 1-tUe decrease in ths nrice laid for and' iht> fith tlieir son, Mr B. A. "ill was decorated Avenue North. with pink and white, roses, carnations jand sweet peas. The evening was pleasantly spent enjoying music. Bind- ing and dancing. Mr. and .Mrs. Heirii have taken np residence In llardtc- -Mr. Snoivrlc'n is siiendlrig lilt' week end in Canary. citizens will ne pleas- led to hear that Miss B. Kirk will her studio hero early Sen- tc'tuiici. Miss Kirk is u trained jxntl, vyn jvuguni -oru. [iy me certified tcnchiir 01 art, with twenty I Rov. C. E. Cragg, the wedding cere- (years' expc-riencc, so that her lessons jr.iony -was performed between Jlr. H. always both appreciated and iu 1 Peter Xauas and Potier. both lercstins. j city. Only" the irnmedintc friends- of the "contracting parties Many friends ivill be pleased to XAUA'S-POTTE11 Oh Saturday.'August 23rdl by tlio learn that Staff Serjl. IJ. Shind land arrived England yes- j terday. Sergl. Sliand went overseas Jin 1315 and has been bestowed with Guerre for Thfc Misses Evelyn and Mabel Hani- returned to the city after ilton a pleasant vacation in the mountains. Miss Kathleen Southard, who-'ccle hraled her birthday on Thursday, was lakcn up b'y Captain Fred McCall in his acroplarre as a hirthtlay Calgary Herald. L- f i Mrs. Coombs, of Oardston, is In Jha city, the guest of. her son, Mi1. Leo were iirese'nt. At the Uaptist. pirsonagc: 1205 3ni Avenue S.. on- Thursday Aus. of Miss Helen Vio'toric-Ijytms, were unit- ed in nia.riage, bVKev. F.' bafoe. The young 'couple "left by auto "for their home at-Xoblefortl. PONHCII5- A quiet though pretty' wedding Look place'at Wesley parsonage, on August 16tH, 1819, between Ellas New- man" Hauskin, of CouUs. formerly of Great Falls. a'rirt Jennie Pauline Ponechl of the same place. Will .Endeavor to Help Along (he Work off Thai Worthy. Institution The local Y. M. C. A. apparently realizing the esccptlonal powers and of tie LctlibridEe ladles has formed a "Ladies Auxiliary" to help Us ivorfc along. Satuda Night From Toasted fresh, per ib. Sweet Chocolate, cake, each Gum, Wrigleys, 6 for............ Mixed Candy, Bay Special, per fb. Oranges, nice size, per dozen....... 35c 20c 25c 30c FOR THE SMOKER Hyde Park Cigarettes, Ifls, per packet Cigars, Tuckett's Prre'ferred; Box of 50 Roi Tan Cigars, 3 for ..........i...... 25c Box of 25 for.............'. v THE FIRM FOR SERVICE KffneBudsorfs] NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY been suggested that it endeavor to eot i invitations from, Lolhbridgc for the many young men in this city arc without frienda and rclntives and in way let Ujcin feel Uiat I.clhbrldgc. amoilK- its. is also one of the most hospitable cities :n Western Canada. The work of this committee will be full of interest to its members and.of the greatest value to the local assoc- iation. The list of at present is as follows: Mrs. A. Da.ilhn, Mrs. J. W. Bawden. .Mrs. Cher. Mrs. W. S. G. P. Ball, B let- Mrs: W. 1'. C.-ais, Mrs. E. A. Ewart.'Mrs. C. S. Farrow. Mrs. n. Davidson, Mrs. .1. G F. Heath, Mrs. J. D. I Kiginbothahi. .Mrs. K. X. Jones. Mrs. The "Auxiliary" was organized onUVm. I.osv, Mrs. I1. :3irs G.-Vt'. Thursday aV T.'JI. C. and the r.eech, Mrs. H. W. Meech. Mrs. D. K. [Mantttsy. Mrs. M. S. McArthur. Mrs. W. J. Nelson. Mrs. J. O. Robertson; Mrs. F. E. Spooncr. Mrs. J. S. Seltzer, -Mrs. J, K. Simpson arid Mrs. following officers were elected: Hon. Henderson. R. T. Brymner. 1st W. s. nail. 2nd W. J. Xelson. s-Mr3 F. E. Spooner aud i ton. mecljng be hclll tne Roy Davidson. ..The committee is already .a strong one and will augmented from lim lo time if olhers are desirous of join- j Y. M. C. A. on Friday. Sept. otii, (not Thursday as previously THe 0. E.. Uraeg performed the to her Jieralil. Sergt. J. E. and bride (neo Miss Graco Iliack) have arrived in the 'city from Vancouver and arc residing at the home of Mr. an'd Mrs; J K Dicks. S25 Sth Sl.-S. I Mr. J. T. of-Taber, is-al1 (Present in Banff. ....On'Monday, _ August the the parlors and recreation rooms lobk marriaye.ot. Rice Williams i.Vilber, of more iuvitini; and home-like. H wi formerly of materially in the socials' It has also vnu lorineriy 01 aid rflarenaay in me St. and Annie also rjill bb put on'perlodlcaliy dur Imt foffnerly of tbo.k'ulape. TJje Revl.C. B. CragJ offic- iated. aid MrV Hice will fesid- in CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will be a special meeting' of tlio Women's Civic Cluli held on Tues day afternoon at four o'clock in Ihclr g I room, post office building. EVerv S member is urged to 112 present m jtherc is Important business to be tlls- jcussed. a j The girls' section of the nebflialis 1 {will meet at the, home of Miss Arnold, lirynn Hlock, on Tuesday evening. g iat S o'clock. 1 B- j The regular of the- Mantel -1 ,U.eaf Chapter, No. 7. 0. K. S.. will be I jhcld in the Masonic Hall, Tuesday E j evening (Serifemhcr ai eight i o'clock. A good attendance is request- led. 'Hie Sikokotoki Chaptcri f: 0. D. B., in ..the V. M. C. A. on Tues- evening. Meeting to cnmnicnci at S o'clock sharp........-, i The regular weetlnp of (lie -Nurs- ing Mission hoard will be held on 1 Monilay. September Sih. owing lo Moii- [dny. Seplemher Inl, helng a holiday. Will relatives of returning soldiery please no'tlfy the, convenor of the SoIrtJers' Welcoming Committee. Sir Alexander. aalt Chapter, I.O.D.E.. plionc 5M, 1235 6lh Av.cnue Spufh. 1, EVENTS Chrialiau Mr. 'aud Bennett have tak'eii up residence ini Armada.'......... I I 'J .r. I TAX DISCOUNT I Owing to Monday being a holiday, the extension of the ten.'per cenl. discount will he I allowed TuVmidy lo thoap paying their laics on thM dajv y v tf TENANTS' LIST TO BE REOPENED The tenunts' votius lipt In iho city hall is now closctl but will be reopened shortly. BURNHAM TO CROSS BENCHES OTTAWA. Aug. 28.-.-Another occji- 0 pant for the parliamentary Mftrfs cross com-; to light in the announcement made today that J. H. Burnham, member for West Pcterboro. who will leave the government benches with tije ;I: opening of the session-oil Monday, in a statement Mr. Burnham says he was elected as a "Uniiioist "for the i', period of the that period has ended, "I will -not betray those Liberals who by con-. tinning the pretense fjt Unionism." A, rprter tms'befen appointed man- oger of'llio Standard Life Insurnnce Co. of S.B. foe (Sid.. Ei tiblUV.ed Gfly AllDfpirinuiUi tnm ta Toe Cilcndtr >pplj lo Schoot re-opens Sept. 17th for Boarders; Sept. iSth for Day Pupils. Xe'w Boarders enter Sept. leili'. The Toronto Conservatory of Music SIR. EDMUNO WALKER, C.V.O., President. -A, S. VOOT, f.'JS. DOC., MuilMl Director. The Most Splendidly Appointed School of Music in the Dominion ,A Well-equipped Itesiflence for Voting Womerj Students. or fntcrnatlpnBl.reputation. '.tjnriyMled pp'poriunltles lor the thorough training of professional Tho GonservalQry'g Kxarninationslin Muflc. conducted an- .nually throughout Canailn. constitute tne.mvil. progressive and val- imhle slsndards of efficiency of any musical examinations .th'c Canadian public. Conservatory YearTiook. Residence 1'amphlei. and Cnlcndnrrot the Jlargaret felon School ot Expression sent lo >any address-on A very <1cligHlfnl parly to iriany (iie friends of Arthur Morgan was given last evening al the. t.oino of j Mrs; Joseph Jluslc 'and dmiclns.was enjoyed tinlil-.n late h'ovjr and: dejiclou the residence o( Mr. Walter Pyfe, pipe major at (ho lyethbritlge Voter-1 ftns' Pipe Band, and had a groat time. Mr. f'yfe, who It a widower, had his tiaufjhier. Miss Daisy Fyfc, conie.lroni i for father. They hnvfi DANCING LESSONS in" tialiroom. Dancing -jitid Dcporlracnt, ol Adults, Will Formed i fJext Thurs. 7 .AITHE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC I A. ihnt ilfirfitnciioir-wai the nature of. a SATURDAY I .TOWELLING 200 yards oE linen fn tS" inch width, ivUh This is a real snap and is easily worll] 30c ynrrt. yard JlvC' LADIES; COMBINATIONS A [tmitcfl nuanljty of KniUctl Itcsh envelops combinations, .made with' no "sleeve, 'neatly wilh 1, 1 A .S'igtit Special Large, bungalow aprons Jii Bood quality ol print, mafic-Kith belt, and square neck. These aprons: Jasien in sues as largo as 42. llcgular to value. -j OC Saturday Sl'eciat, each Just 'aboulloO pair left'of Uicse vnluc finished, suspenders. etF. 19 iu 25 only, llcgular 51.7-5 value. Saturday Xight Special 'SAMPLE VESTS'- I: 200 Sample Vests in heat ijnaHly. Some are'iace.trirntiie'd. .No sleeve and short sleeve, styles.' These arc values wprlh 'as high as fl.25 each'. Saturday Special, each LADIES; SILK HOSE-. ladles' Sllir Ifose In dark brown; light blqei and pink. These aro well made, full fashioned, lisle finished cotton lop. ftp Sizes Sli to.1C. Regular Saturday Might Special___ S.dC OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9; 00 P.M. STORii: CLOSED AlL DAY MONDAV, LABOR w. ;