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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XIMi TIT.SIUY, Jt'NK Iriends are more liian Crjna Chapter Holds Urgeit Session at Red Tlu. eighth annual sc vl Urand Copter of Alberta. OrJ Ithe Kaiwrn Slur, omn'neJ al I I iiavilion lu welcomf car drive Is planned for evening. tu'learn tual Ihlb local vocal MainlnaUoni of Ilif Hovil Academy Koyal Colleseo. Music ot Enslsmi. Miss Ha icl! Is studying under Mrs. B. V. !.iy Ion. Hbil the. gold Hi" Musical Festival last year. Mr H'lj'nbulhaia has sufti- I-k-nily recovered 'frail' a re'ccnl' op'ir- r.lluu In Montreal to visit with frlcndb Mr. ami Mrs. K. Heaumohf. with tlitlr gucit. Mls's 'Alberta .'ones, of WimliprE are inntorlns to CaV today to be iiresenl at the wfiSdlr.s o! a fi'icml. Mrs J. f; of this c'ty. was the tuest oi Dr. ami X- 'f. Hrtnui ih'-'lr summer cottsge Crows Nest Lake- last weekend. Mrs. Ur. Tuller end two little sons this morning to spend Ihfc sum- mer months at Xorih Kay. Out. Mrs. W. McKenite, who has hesn In attendance at the- Uror.d Chapter r Bob. Ptanlus. o! (TaLbrook. is Ihe iiiotl of Mr. aad .Mil. J. Arm- The Hardleville ladles' Aid meet In Ihe rhuroh on Thursday, June Urand Chapter. All are heartily Invited. N'ew An jidrcsi o. The Major Jack I halter will i Of tlie (Irani! -i. rtf I'vlh'.-n hall A fl 1 lir' ld U'iteaoan're. and Worihy Urand Matron Mr.. fbarity V. Norton, of Coaldalc. by Utt> 'David J. of I'vjary. auto Worthy Onvai ter ol Utent. A. Cu IIU lIMiuia .---I....... ihn arratiite.'. close four huiulri-tl btlnc present to cnioy Hie hnn'y Lynch'" orchestra sui. i-holce for >he daucins. mo members ol VanuiAMiiipter put f up a supper for their g The affair passed off wllb much eclat. The of the lied Detr the i friends wan very much nopreeiatad- o! Mfl S V. Worthy Matron or Venus Chapter, and her comnilllf- conveners "id members are tu heartily congratulated on Ihe resuH of their hard work for the comfort and pleasure ol their Mrs Podjer and diughler. ru spending a In Cardnon. Mr. A. K: MoQulr. Ho the Shrine. II H. WIckett and last week to spend Ihe jummor with her parents Owen Sound. "Mr. J. O. lllgsmhotlutn. In place of HOUOqeo, la :u oonTtntlon hclnic held Mr J Michel, of Winnipeg, is in tha city rellevios the 1 uauli whlls Mr. K. 11. Stntaes Is con- lined to his homo through illness. Mr 1 K Cooper tett on Monday reium'lo Ilia horacn Xealandlo. 8ntV- meet i" the Knights of Pyth'.ii hall, Saturday ;illernoon at 4 o'clci'fc., All nioniberi are lo be present. Tho Women's UiWa under; the leaderehiu o! Mrs. KloHie. will study In ichooiroom tomorrow afternoon from 3 until t. A union mealing of Wlllinl and Ciralral will be held j erenlng at the houw of W. L-; Hamlitoa. J01 7lh AVP. S.. when tht iJelegstBi to Ihf contention give T rojorl A full attendance of ai, Interested In W.C.T.l'. work Is resetted, as there Is olhcr Important business. !s ran A. and by Mr. C.are WE3LEY TENNI8 CLUB TONIGHT A lueolluj M Ihe Weiley Tennis thal'as raw member. possible i will iltend. Anyone Intoreoteil in whether a member of Ihi church or not. "Ul made wtlixmio. DR. J. E. IIOR-NISO. Pres. lt is easy to say a thing is matter to prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand every test. TRY IT. 60CIAL EVENTS st J92 Tth merry ytrty o! snd eirls alh'ered on tbo lawn of Dr. ant Mrs. home, on 3rd Avo.. BEtur- ny aflcruoon. The losing numbers n an inlerealing contest in the senior ilssion bund tendered nlculc In the winners, aud.n Jolly time was sucnt n a iilcntc suppor umior the Irces nd Ih games .01 all kinds. The jfokc up ooout .3, p.m.. oil doclaring licy hnd'spent, enjoyjhle eve n'ng" together.' The home of Mr. unil'Mrs. II. Wll son. 720'6tli St. wes'tiie scene of 1 very pleasant dinner par.y, when ruauv -fribnils .wolcomed Driver H. of the Battery. MIE3 McColl'assisted ul thu tables, which wore beaulitully decorated In cut flowers. Following tho dinner hour a pleasant evening In cords id dancing.- Mrs fleo. 812 Sth Are., w.as taken by surprise last evening, whbn ot'friendi' Invaded hsr home. Whist was' played at live ;ibles Ha honors joins to Mrs. 11. a Morden and Mrs. A.' Bmtlh; con sclatlon to HartfleU. During tho evening Mrs. Dlion was presentod with two pieces of Royal Crown Derhy. Hefreshmenls wbro seired, unil night hrought the close of Joyaulo evonlag. The UO.B-A. will Ave. S. tonlghl al 7.3C'. The Women's Dlhle will rr.eet al the home of Mrs. Wcslcoll. Jrd K-. tomorrow afternoon at o'clock. -Mr n on "Birds" lo the C.O.I.T. of Knox church last reulug. accompanying with some plendid Mrd records on the Viclrola, anil Ihose who were not ahls to be present missed a real treat. GARDEN FSTE o cli'uiVisnd Matron. Paat Oratd Ma- Mrs. Caiier. Edmonton, and Past Grand Patrons S J. OMr. Ctlgarr: Mitchell. Alii. Ritchie. Bintf, pre.ent. I Tho of the grand oillcan i reviewed Ihe of the ysar. The memherEhtp now 1250. with M chnplers, four having been foroied during Ihe year; the raemborihlp zhawed IncrtMe for the year o[ some 2SD. The general lund hud re- celpls of MOO lor general purposes, while tho home fund, established till. vear. and with 3380 to Its credit, will probably be ueed for education o! the children ot deceased members, es- pecially of thoie who had fallen at Iho from durlis the- var. The social and charitable of the order was alto referred lo. The election of olflcers rasulted Worthy Grand Ulziie C. Dallas. Athabasca. Worthy Grand Patron-T. H. son. Edmonton. Associate Grand Matron-Sis. Mary McClenaghan, I.elhbrldge. Associate Grand Patron-Bio. T. I Newman, Pinchcr Creek. Oranil J. Blair. Cn Mary AND SOCIETIES The "hirthday tea" to be given: al the homo of Mrs. O. WT. Roblijsoo. by THt CAKACIAK 5A1.T CO. UMITtO OUR GRADUATES EARN 'SI 5.00 A WEEK If you cannot spend three 1 years In hospital or are past hos- 'pila'l ago Hmil, Bend name aililress on postcard for year book oiplaining tho C. S. N. Home-Pmctlco Malbod of Et Itic (mined mirslnp State age. ll'e Local Council of Women liestlay afternoon prouliEes to ho a lesta pleasant afternoon for both Indies mill ccntlornen. A splendid musical pro- gram Is to.bo given and refioshmont; 'will be served. The Chaulauqua School of: Nursing JAMESTOWN, N. Y. rtepsrlmeiit of pi hoiditiB pScr.lc at Hend'eriiOn Wednesday after i i noon; at 4 oVIock-. Tho Ills Slaters of Knox are lo hold a garden fete on Saturday, June lllh on the lawn at 610 Sih St. S., the home of their leader. 5lrs. V. Spooner. Tea and ice cream will Ite servcO from 4 until 6 En the alter- loon iind from 7.30 until 11 in the evening. Music and outdoor cntor- alnnibnl promise to make an enjoy- ible aflernon or eveuing for everyone, ami you asKed lo' be there. Jcnnl rind Treasurer-ilrs. Pidgeou, lied Deer. Orand Sitter M. Blair. Calgary. Associate Grand Conductress an. Al'ce Darlow, A1U. In tho evening the [neinlittrE of Venus Chapter anil the citizens enter- TAG DAY RECEIPTS The Sir Chapter, I.O.D.E., thank those who assisted and contributed to their fund on Saturday, nntl announce that the sum. of 5724.10 ivas realized. Since then a donation tn of ivas r. of S25 lias been received trom Oirls' Chapter, making X total STrt.10, to he spent in .memorial work 'to freedom here lo the lives given ind in Franco. i ff ;Not A Blemii mars'''ihe perfect of ht rcom- plexiori. Permanent irary iWn are Reduces naiijral colo'r and Specia CHILDREN'S WHITE RIBBED HOSE HoUSefumishing frept.' ami durable; siie only; regu- MUSIC EXAMS. The Nursing Mission Hosiery STANDARD Made (or work, for for dress, in shapely f lylish dciigns inul llic hra.soii's lalost sliuclt-_s. They .ore stronfjcsl tuo, just wlitTC ,llic rttli comes hiirOcst aiiil-rtiwt often. Successful candidates from 3t Aloy sius Primary: James McGregor, Lillian Grier. Nora Drier. Hileen Clcary. lieryl While, Vera Tennant, Jean Grier. Teresa Pader, Patricia Ward. Thoima K; Alli- son. Marie Rooney, Violet Ixiwe. Bornnrd, Myrtle Wnrdman. .Margarnl Veseltnais, Sher- man Tnrcotto. j Tho following are the successful candidates puplh ot Jllss Aileen Jones, at tho recent examinations of tho Associated Board ot the Royal Academy and Iho lloyal College ol .Music, l.nnoon, England: Primnry Dorolhy. Tcrrlll, Msrgnerlle Matthews, Muriel Clarence- McLean. Ivy Wbiltaker, Jean llryinner. Dorothy. Wallace, Harriet StcaWey. Ulrision-Eiletn Ion Willi Bawdoti. t o DISTRICT W.C.T.U. MEETING AT MEDICINE HAT -V 4 Considerable iniporlanl routine work filled 'the day of the dlstricl W.C.T.U. meeting on'fliesday last, many ot Inslrutllve reporls from unions con- taining references to the amount' o, Hed (Iross work done ami nceda supplied. The W.C.T.U. must have a groat pa'rl In the reconstruction wort; jiow going on. and It heen decided to help in supplying, the needs of woundort soldiers in hoj phalF. In this connection tho McJI cine H4t I'r.lon will Irameilialoly star lo ralso funds. Among other worth) objects' will probably be tho purchas Ing wheeled cialr for Iho lur porch the general hospllol. Th isanltniliim at Krunk for Invnllil so illcVn will receive asslEtnncu Tlml work be .extended mpro activel '.n co'lnlry was a'mbJfiCL re cetvtnit fnvornble altonllon. An ex cellent par" contrlbulod by Mr Hamilton. Officers Slccled wero as follows i Ulstrict prcntilenl. Mrs. K. II. Rrow i Maclood; vlM-nroalilenl, Mrs. IX i correspondin sor.-clnry. -'amcs A. Porlor, tSt Mn'diclne ll-il'. recording'peer Maclooil; treasure Provides Tliltlrii nuraes (or ma- ternity. and all medical and surgical cases (eicopt contas- loiia dlscaaeE) nnd charges ac- cordinEly lo the circumstances of the paltenl. Baby Clinic Mothers arc invited lo their babies to the Mission on any Wednesday alltrnoon when Instruclions regarding feeding ami geiioval care of the will be glf en by tho Tyirsea. Records kept of youfbabyn to that he Is gain- 'phine 1233 9t. 8, "Gompletely Duconraged" the feeling anii plaint, of women who "run-doTin" so low that ivorl dtags head aches, back schee. rlraggrac aam dm' pale ana lijUo tltina SfcWillintns, r.lh St.. Medtcl Hal; It T. I., secretary, .Mlsa Corso X.S.. has securcil Ins lotion lo ealaljllsh :.n Look On jiul miw and I) rime's Pfcon PrtKTip. -done for mor thun a million wo- rftai in the Eftyitan Very strong and durable; she lar price Me- 35C Half Day Special, pair LADIES'SILK FIBRE HOSE In all the leading shades, all regular value pair. 99 C Half Day Special, pair .......DRESS SERGE 11) inches wide, useful for so many purposes, vory smart finish and fine twill: regular Qr prlce yard; Half Day Special. WHITE WASH SUITING In pebble cloth. '40 inches wide; fully mev. ceVised; regular urice 51-50 1 1Q Half Ony Special, yard WHITE COTTON OR CAMBRIC 1 Pine weave pure bleach and free from fill- ing ofany, description; 36 Inches wide; regular price 30c yard; Halt Day Special- i jards for 'PILLOWCASES With hemstitched ends, size 42s3G inches; regular price 5Bc 7Cy. Halt Special, A'SPLENDID LINE.OF LADIES' WHITE WASH SKIRTS Made ol drill, newest "cut and trim- n QQ mid with pqciate; price LARGE BUNGALOW APRONS 'in liKht and dark prints; sizes 30 to QQ 46- price }1.25; Special LADIES'SUMMER VESTS In no sleeve and short sleeve; value 60c Speclil CHILDREN'S SUMMER VESTS In ho sleeve and short sleeve; all sires; value 35ci Special................ WE STILL HAVE A FEW OF THOSE VOILE WAISTS LEFT High and low necV. embroidered QQ i fronts; value J4.00; Special 'A SPECIAL LINE OF MUSLIN CORSET COVERS Wilh pretly yoke ot embroidery anil COy. only A'SPECfAL LINE-OF MUSLIN 'CORSET COVERS With Irimmlnn ot torchon all AQf sites; price SECOND FLOOR' GOING ON YOUR VACATION SOON? IMPORTANT SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY Vor Kor Kor Kor Kor MORNING Club Bags; regular flub DagF; regular regular Suit Cases; regular Suit Cases; regular 4.85 5.95 8.95 6.10 8.95 13.10 ies; ,regular OOp Suit Cases; regular Kor Wicker Sull Cases; .regular Kor................................... Wicker Suit Cases; regular 1 Afk For Wicker Suit Cases; regular 1 1 ft Kor Trunks; regular 7 1 fl for........-.......j...................... Trunks; regular 1ft For 111.40 Trunks; regular J16.50- -IO OC" for 16.J3 tartment Strawljerry and 4 pound lin Pancake 70r Per-packer................................ e'Vl- Milk. St. 1 Q.ft 7 Mils tor Tea 9Ar Per Oranges; fiflc 35c. 4oc. 5Oc. up PHONE 313 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE MEN'S FINE WHITE COTTON NIGHT SHIRTS All Eizes; regular 83C ]m oOxri il can t A hupint Jowi to lift up wtak. tired, women that s I ___ i what you'll find in Dr. I'icrco's vra roil nut wat you n n 'rwcnplion'. H jjvra roil nut he help vou wed. To bo had in liquid or ablets. Tablet form, 60 at all drug OIM. II U medicine made cjpKully to' build up women's strength Kid to cure women's tiltnrats-an invigorntinj, re- tonic, eoolhing .cordial and itacing nervine; purely nou- alcohoUe, nntl pcrteetly .harmlca. You con procure a trial rig. by Mnd- ng lOo. to Dr. Pierce, TJuHalo, S- Y- "A few years ago I hud 1 Severn neryoni 1 would huve In )ny hoad nnrt w'pilld miflcr with backaohb.- T ivts alline'fpr aboil I two Haii doclornl hnt.'dld not awra to got cured of tlic allmtnl. j1 At list t look nr. I'krce's Favorite PresArlp- Kon antl It did ran more aood medicine 1 ever IcwV. H hnllt mo iip'and I !clt belter in (or ,lWo years Sir Alexander Gait Chapter and Chapter I.O.D.E. MIDSUMMER FOLLIES Dancing 9 p.m. to 2 IZ-piece Orchettra.__________ THE BEnER 'OLE I'rolly Bsr MaWi JAPANESE TEA GARDEN All Ihe N'amo SuSEe.'ts CARD ROOM Sky (he Wmit Check Street Car Service Until 2 a.m. ____Evening, June 20th "MAIN BUILDING-FAIR GROUNDMICKETS so x REMF.MBER THE PVTE; TIME AND PLACE. ;