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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'J HEKALi) "MILADI" -KOITED BY "INO" "Office 1224 Retldfnce Phont 774 Thu Driest women arc indued neces- Urn most ililtietili, to know m'OKiiiKcd cli Icily in Imp. piiiess'- (if llieir 'litislmwls ami the, n ofo (uii cay yf lliuir Kuskin Mr. and Mrs. 'II. .1. Hudson spent tlio at Crow's Nest, N. A. Wilson is spending iv Couple of weeks with Calgary Iricmis. 5s holidaying at Weeks Hand [or Cour a fe Miss Mav'Dclancv. Ford St.. wi leive o spend her vac- ation lit Golden, li. C, Mrs. Richard "Mailer, organist11 clnurh is vibitnu, vuth i> flipeg-friends for a month. .t., Mrs John King has been jting with Mrs, William Burnett, ha gone to licr hoinc in Regina. Mrs. Rose, who foniicrlv" resided o Coults St Ins movLiI niio her prc' 'itv new-home at 1214 Duffcrin St. Miss Slclh Agii nnd Miss CHidj ipliver -spent Saturday and Sunday a foimcr s home in Winmfred i I Mr and Mu J A Silver ind lit fclc son of J tthbgdgt, ire in Ih f t) it tending (JtP inhibition Eaiv News. U i Miss Grico Wupyrt las> tight from ihe usitcestec- ay' afternoon to spend; a few days ith her sister Mist, Irene McLdLh- iri, editor of the social column of ie Calgary News-Telegram. Krbm Miss McLachlan will go to anff for a short vacation', An.excellent time is assured all ho attend the ice cream, and straw- erry festival of Westminster church, unoifovv night The refreshments 'c to be served on thr ruiopein an, while a full orchestra will add i the general enjoyment of the even- Miss Alice Ford St left McCnlliim went west on trip In Januaiy and- is stv pUiitSui vvltli the coil si city that In- iirs ctded to locate thciu The Homo Missionary 'Society of Knoic church will meet on Wednesday night at eight o'clock. A.s this is final meeting for the season, it ijs hoped: the attendance' will he verV The society will reorganize fob, the fall work in September; At the Kpworth League Wesley evening, Mr. J. L Kitchie gave a uiosd interesting and very instruettvc" address on tion. Mr. Hoy Buchanan took.charge of the in his usual efficient manner. Owing to unavoidable reas- ons, not as large as might have been desired, Dr..Coolfi, of .lajigh- ter, ;Miss Mary, are guests with Mrs M. Whiddington. Dr. C'oolc, who Mrs. Whiddington's brother, is le- rning from the Dominion Medical Association, and WcGill 'reunion at Montreal. Mr. Harper, of the Conservatory of Music.- wishes me to state that the mctwhers of the Conservatory Drama- tic Club will he notified, the latter part of August, of rehearsals for the. opera It is expected that the club will put three operas anil four dramas during the fall and winter season On Thursday evening, July Htli seven-thirtv, the ladies of St. Marr s Guild will 'hold a garden party at the Home of Mrs. Robert Nimmons, 237 Thirteenth St., N. (Westminster There will be ice-Team ionic-made candy and flowers (or sale. Everybody come. The tennis teas, which were to havlLli of the spoktsunn !lc cd glim nan in icmiiid y agreement lie could be ibro- fieral necks Mont >l nnd other points of tares _____ Ihi following account of a wedding great Mr Kirkhan' will make in Mil Serf is cngiged in the business Thru any fr ends, sorrj to lose the is a mejnbtr of one of ind most rcspecliil (litm Ooil speed in cir Ihrough in the THE WlfE TT' ME.SMIBT' HAVE NOW LOOM, HERE. MY