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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THl'USDAY. ,irXI': Ti. IllilUIXil': DAILY ;]IMi.\l.l/ .;. .;. .;. ; ; ;  PERSONAL Mrs. W. S. Oroy niid son Doniild lo.rt. thin moniliiK lo Hjioiid Uk' hiiiu-nicr lit I'rnclor, H. ('. la *  Ml". 10, Adamsi Im IciiviiiK for Uk; loasl. tomorrow moriiiiiR lo Join Airs. AduuiK tlioro, * * Air. II. I3eiitloy is IpiivIiik tomorrow moi'itinK for Mcloriu, wlicii; ho will vIbH All-. \'c\vy Ashe. u � * Miss Allon, who hiis ))non the guest of Airs. I). I3iik(!r lor some time. leiivi;s tonight for {"luveland. North llakotii. where her nmrriiiKe lo .Mr. .Iiiines Cnfiilor, of the li'lrst SUite Hank, will take place next week. Mr, and Airs. II. G. Clarke are or vlsilors at Walerton I-ak(!s. mot- MIfls nircli, |)rliieii)ul of (jallirullli school Is leavlMK shurlly lo spend her vacnlion In fMuUham, Onlarlo. N � � Air. and Airs. Aloreson. former lesi-denlH of bellihrldKo. now of Winnipeg, are spending a few days In tlic! eily. �   Alias Cnrrio of Kleetwood selioul staff leaves tomorrow for Fori Williiini. She will visit her sisler.. Airs. I'Mi Alary tasied American hnckwheat rukes for tin,' I'irsi time yiv.Uerduy at tlio Kagle, lint of Hie Am-eriean V. Al. ('. A. 'I'll" visil was a snrprisu one, made at llie lutig's own suggestion. l.ale in tlie aftm-noon. ihe secretary al the fOagle lint received ;i tehiphoiie call. 'I'he official at He- oilier end oft 111" line said in a niali'T-of-facI lone: �'I'he king and queen desire to call | at Ihe lOagle Hut and will be thinu In j Airs. K, ,1. Kehl e.xpecis her mother. I n few ininiitcs."- { Alr.s. Williams of .Morse, Saskatch-j riie king and tineen ,oon afterward I drove up and atcpiied into the. hig I owun, lo Join her iiMhe idty sliorlly. after whl( h they will proceed to lianff for the holiday s(!aso;i. "FRO-M FACTORY TO HOME" CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN. Mason & Risch Piano- a sound Investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to come. The value, durahillty and tonal perfection of Iho Alason & lllacli TMano h ivn been so conclusively proven thai they are accepted facts. Tlie Alason & Kisch Piano is witlioul a peer. It is sold lo yon direct.....yon bny from llie manufacturer, through a "Factory to Home" plan that carries you nroinnd the middleman-yon save his expi^nso and profit. We advise an immediate inspection of a Weber Piano recently received in our Exchange Uepartment. At the lirice reduction given it it's a trustworthy bargain, markable value will make It soil quickly. It's re- $380 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST, S. LETHBRIDGE t� : o * * ^ * SOCIAL EVENTS **#*��'?�www''vv--w-�. wK-iiBs ana |) asked: Ivnox chnrcli turned out en masse, �\^\y^x is \.\v yeslorday afternoon lo a jolly I'i'"'"',.!,,;,, vol held at the CJuiirantini- Slalioii. About ^y^jpip j,  eiglii cars conveyed the picnicers to:' y '^^i ,n ideal spot, where tl.ey "H '"''k ' ..|,,Uwheat; cii part in old-time games, fidlowed hy I have." entrance hall which was crowded with | I .Auierlcan, Canadian and llrilish sold-i , icrs and sailors, soni"- i.'atlpg and!  * ^ ; others playing billiards or writiug let-. lers. I Smiling toward tlie .�..IrU- where a I row of men were, ib'vourin;; sand-* O * � ! wit-llijH and iiaucakes. His Alajesty .^,asked: niassi., "Wliat is the most distinctive American disli you have lu-re? 1 waul lo A. sei'reiai y answered. ,ikes is the best thing mirthful picnic supper. ^ , i The king and (lueen sal down at an * 'oil-doth covered table beside a group A delightful afternoon was spent ,f khaki-clad Amori(-aii aviators anil a yesterday afternoon at Ihe home of couple of blue Jackets from an Am-Alrs. l-I. W. C;rawfoi d when Aliss Alar-1 battleship. 'I'hcy each ate a ion Crawford entertained a number of I plate of buckwheat (akes liol from her girl friends. The little people nio griddle, ,with a g.'nerons covering thoroughly enjoyed a gay lime playing games on Ihe lawn as well as the dainty supper that followed, and departed tor home with most pleasant iiicollii � by Airs. Gray and Airs, Smith. Airs, Shaw read the Kcrlpliire lesson; Alr.s,' , Moodie, Airs, Ross and Airs. Laurie' All those who have any completed } *-'ik1i gave e.\-celleijf solos. Airs, Ifod-j Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 1, O, 1), iglns accompanied on v.. kniiting on hand are asked to i J^I to- 1 yl A day. Our siieelffl,. l*4v TURKISH TOWELS Kx'trn s"pecial in good large both towels. Plain white, natural or grey with colored stripe. A towel that washes easy and stands all kind.s of hard wear, llcgulnr 7Bc pair,.for.......... 39C Rain Coats A splendid coat to use when travplllng or motoring. In very serviceable styles. Alade of fancy checked tweed or plain weaves of tweo.d with convertible collar in good full style. At ................ 18.00 The W. C. T, 1.', is holding a medal contest in Wesley church on Friday. ^ June -S. cotniuoiicing at ,S o'clock. A j most intercsiing program is being' i prepared. Kveryone welcome,    All those interested in Ihe organlza- J lion of the St, .lohii Ambulance bri-1 gado overseas are asked to meet in I the Y. Al. C. A. al T,'!i� p.m. sharp. | Saturday night. �   The Nursing Alission Hoard will meet on the secon * The AlisBion Rand ,of the Haptist church will meet lomorrow (Krid.iy) in the chnrcli at :i.;!0. All the boys and girls are asked to come and bring their mite boxes. There will' be a picnic afterwariis.  * * Air. 11. AlcG, Young is holding a recital both private and public for his pupils this evening al the A'.. Al. C. A. anditoriuni. Private recital commences at 8.15 p.m. and all arc invited to 'attend the public recital which commences at !l p.m.  *  The J. 0, C, class will meet al oifilit o'clock this evening in Knox school room. London, June 27.-(Reiner's Ottawa | .\gency. )--The house of lords commit-ij tee Is considering the bill empoworing. tlie construction of important wharf,! and railways at Camvey island at th(>i month of llie Thames. Tlie wharf is to |' be three thousand feet loiig and wIlL accomhiodate the largest vessels, en- j , abling the embarkaliqn and discharge j' o: passengers and cargo without pro-1 ceeding up the Thames. The cost is, ' estimated al more than a million and;( a quarter pounds sterling, li was slated that the proposal Is actively snp-;f ported by leading ship owners and -imblic men from tho dominions. ' An Opportunity to Economize Why pay $30.00 or $40.00 for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new by sending it to us and having it Dry Cleaned and Pressed. Don't miss this opportunity. DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO. Poplin Skirts Fancy colored poplin skirts in raspberry, navy, black or gre.v shades. Good full styles and wide girdle. A splendid skirt (or holiday wear. 8 75 Silk Skirts Another very pretty style In brown silk with stripe of black and white. Made in good full style with wide girdle and fancy patch pookotH. ^0 Silk Skirts A fancy grey silk skirt with stripe of black. Jlnde In a very new full style wllh panels on each side. A very nn