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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY PAGE SEVEN- to PHONE 1224 IIIUB neaBon, returned yesterday their homo In Taber. Mrs. Davis, Hull block, li ill with Ihn 'flu, contracted on emergency not a at the Barracks. EVENTS which, reflected great credit lo both A n RM 1 V Tfl Dt! and leacher. laklne V V Uft IV Ml Kh part were: Anna Sandqulst.TrmaUry- Q Q IU UL ant, Waldron Mitchell. Jlujli w> Aldln Harding. Pearl Taylor, filady. _ llru. wr i PERSONAL Mrs. Grant Clark, who baa been JtlUK'hcr parents, Mr. and Mra. P, .T. Kcnnoy, for Chrlefmoi, has returned to her homo In Clareaholm. Mrs. (J. Burkltt, Mr. C. liurkltt and son. have returned she clly. after spending Ihe Christmas reason In Maclood. v Mr.' J.'McDonald, of Calgary, Is business visitor In tho city for a fev, days. Cadet Wynard ISvans of ft.M.C. Kingston, Is visiting his mother Mrs. T. M. Evans, T. Marrs returned last ucel Jrom visiting at the const. Miss McNab, Victoria Mansions, on- Ic-rUlaed at a few tables ot bridge on Saturday evening In honor of Mlsa H. I, NlmmoiiS, a most delightful liniu being spent by thoee proient. A vety enjoyable- Ihsatre party was iflveu by the members ot the Hoyfll llauk staff on Saturday evening, In honor ol Mils Solberjt. who In sever- ing her connections with (ha stall and will leave shortly for Outlook, Sal katcbewan. where she has taken a position as leacher In the business college there. Miss MalBlo Bowman entertained a number of friends on Friday at her home, a very jolly and Informal even- Slug being apent by the gucsls. I'earl Taylor, aiumuu, Christine Nelion. Itegnur Sandciulit, Vera (Slanvtlle, Mamie- Hrooks, Minn Manila Ulljsou, Mlsj Cook Mrs. Elvira Hugbei. Willis pianos were kindly loaned by Mr. H. CI. O. Salmon. This evening (herf wjll ho a i conference of the c mlltee, of Ihe and all Inter- ealed in Ihe- campaign, tor prayer. Miss Florence Saxruau, Young Women's worker of ibe Stephen's party, will arrive In the clly tornor ow afternoon and will CHURCHKS AND SOCIETIfS The regular monthly meeting of Knox church Aid will be belli >o" getting In touch with the leople ot Ihe city. The following neighborhood prayer jieetlnes will beheld tomorrow: N'ortn district: flev. J. K. Itodglun, 1271 Avenue. Section 2, South of Kifih Avu. anil Weal ot Ktli at. Capulns: Mrs Westc'Ott and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Milter I'ilh Struet B. Section 3, East of 16th and Norlh of 5th Ave. Mrs. ROSK 16111 3rd Avenue. Section 4, Bast 16th a-nd South ot Sth Ave. I'aptal Mrs. Cordon Ross and Mrs. Wilson Mrs Harleinan, 1808 6th AVBIJUQ A. South District: Mrs-.G. A. Thomp son, S24 7th Ave, South. Kaat District: Ilcv. Wm. lluchanan Strathcora Court, 4th Avimuc. West District: Rev. C. Neve, 294 71 (he Htble from to "Her- ulutlonii." There the Bjilrllual rtv- .ilutlon needed, Misbelief hstl to be fought and coiiqiwed. 'ITils a people's "Have a smile, said Mr Stephens, Baking for co-oner, ntlon, and concluding hiH address wtlb an earnott appeal to all to tell the of ihe campaign, and to arouto t It. It was not desirable to carry imr (alth In your hands, hut and Salvation Army, An be given by ttc Her. II.'H. HleveiiaVa.apeiii'.llsi In' speaking o children. Mr. Vlslier of Kvangellst party III conduct the music-, li has boen ec-lded lo avoid the after difficulty to sk Ihe teachers their respective hiEEOi to attend aad keep record of ttenilanco, which will form the bases i es Avenue, South. Section 2, West of 6t Knox church Aid will 1m neia Mrs. Loulso McKlnney, lemallc Bivlng will call during the returned lo her home, after attending n temperance convenllon at_Ottawa. Mrs. A. Blenner-llassctt and fam- ily, who havo been Ihn gnosls of Jlr. .itid Mrs. A. McCorvto for the Christ- week, Mr. Claude Hughes' recital, given last Saturday afternoon III Wesley Hall, was well attended, a number of very excellent numbers being put on tween 5th and Seventh St. and N'ort of 6tb Ave. Captain: Mr. J. liters. Central DlBtrlcl: Mrs. Duiiawort 6H Street Soutb. Tho evangelistic services will IUB story In Wesley Charch erery end of Hit boy who was lost In tats wheat- except on Mondays. On Ihn Df the and waa unly found when be private prayer meet- Dafocilatti dead, wheti the seardjern unit- fn one of the rooms of th'j itrlns to 10 IhrouKU the church for llioie who are desirous ot spiritual help _ recounted lay. of the varloue churches wHrc- presi-iu ibe I'aaliu.1" united effort been lirai. o R.form result wnuM .have i imi! wrliten There are people wbu Ihlnk moro ou i UH-v Ml S the price of a hu.hel of wheat than; onenn, on tto suhlect the savins ol a human Wo want: nFTcLtrUVn and Eucl.l reform, th. loueb B woman who: i.iir n xotilPss htiabiina would sa> to, i 1 liail tlli'l pl.lCC. II11L IIIL-JI L. ft Qalftuo ot the report reference to ,he n, lhrf, .hen after ng of the banner. Schools re-opened tills morning ler a week's holidays for Christmas and Ihus another record is broken. Never in Ibe history of l.ethbrldse schools have pupils been asked to at- tend between Christmas and New- Year's, that period being sacred to the pupils as Christmas holidays. If you have forgotten a friend you will find New Year gift suggestions that are sure to please, also cold weather requirements at right prices. Buy Furs Now For Immediate and New Year Giving. Such furs as are to bi'found at Rylands reflect credit on the sender and pay tribute to the good taste of the recipient. It stems neidlcss'to say that only good furs are jdrnlttsd to our fur section or that fashion approved are seen here. We offer you a big cut in price on all furs am fur coats, from 10 to 20 per cent. Off. WEDDINGS -1- St." Oeorge'B Kings At on En-laud, the marriage has been olcmnlzcd of Marjorio Adelaide ense, youngest daughter ot the late J. B. Pcnse. esll.L.A., to Cap1. Iruce Holmes Hopkins, sou ot Judp nd Mrs. Hopkins, of Cayuga. Ontario 'bo ceremony was performed by tight Rev. B. J. Bidwell, bisho Jntarlo. assisted by the Very Rev. Dean Starr. The bride was given away ly Mr Maitland Hannaford. of Mont- and Ibo best man was Maj. Clyde Scott. Daal Kh'c'iTiir'e'precelled and r-onsuiiwl rlfijil. There was the allar o the campaign. The fire cf, externally lucre wa tlie casn In the lord fell Tlie Lord was Ooil. II point of Ihe beautiful girl unilei was i noullle time in the history of fair skin the H is not especte.1 that (here n-Ill bo lhe (.hiidren of Israel. It teemed that, ol I he photographer cLe auv fiirtlior dosing on account of so from