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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD 'PAGE SEVENTEEN PERSONAL 4 Mrs. Ullio and Mrs. P. Carroll, of visiting in the clly with M. Lfllle. 1 expected home Fri- Bulltlln. MUi Tracy Patrick, who has been attached to the headquarters staff ot P. Burns for the past two years, left Wednesday night for Vancouver, wiere will In fuiuro reiide. 1'atrlck before her departure was presented with a handsome desk lamp by the laOtes of Uie Herald. Patrick formerly lived in Letb- bridge. Mr. E. F. Bolte aad Mr. B. M Angle, of Chicago, will arrive In Lethrprldge tomorrow. Princess Jlary, it ]s said, is to visit the countries ot northern Europe where his iiear reliUivegj such as K> Quetu Oi .Xufnoy uUu tto Ci'owa ceBb of Sweden. Tbe JPrtucess not to far beeu.a groat traveller, out this should bo K moet laiorciljnj olidaj-. Jt Is etld that ehe will bo (.cooipinied by Qufeu Alemndra, who used to be very toad of travel lu pre-war days, aud the Hoyal ladles will make use of the Royal yachl, the 'Victoria aud which -was juilt ovw twenty years ago and i> a very comfortable aailiwelMUted little ihlp. .Mr. Pogziaitlt, ot Indiauapo- IE, is In Uie city. Mr. J. U. Thompson, or the u. W. A., wishes to announce that there will be no sacred concert in the eslic theatre on Sunday and until lurtficr notice. BLllEMBBON Blue Ribbon Tea is a welcome guest in every home. It soon becomes "one of the TRY IT. WEDDINGS At the llantiBl rarsonage. J203 4th Ave. S.. Lelhbridgo, Saturday cvenlug at eight o'clock, Oscar Solveiig, ot Burdctf, Alia., and Miss Mlimlo Olson, also of Burdott, were uulted in mar- riage by the Rov. F. W. Dafoo. The young couplo will reside on Mr. Olson's farm near Burden. Medicine Ifat News. ft iQ ORLOi Mrs, Ae'a Mrs. N. 0. Willie will sail OB-April 3rd by the ellu from St. jqhu, N.U., tor ad, to the World Con. enllon your name and we will you every month of Ihe new records. Assiniboia Music Co, Limited 315 6tfi Street South Phone 1545 AQENTS FOR .EDISON COLUMBIA STARR BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS NORDHE1MER PIANOS CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tho Nnrsjng Jllsslon's nnmial te ho held on lOaster Salunln April Hnl. A inualcal pr grain is being arranged. Silver cc iMliorrwilt lie inken in aid or the M slon work. t- v A A A A A A A RJ.A. ANNUAL ff Dr. Bland u Special Some the Church 'rovjndal Secretary Who fp Be Guestii Called To Edmonton The hanqeul and' annual meeting if tlie Lethbridge branch ot the Ite- all Merchants' Association scheduled or Monday ntebt, tiai been y postponed. James KelJaa, pvoYIn- lal secretary, his been suddenly call- to (Mr. came" to LclliVrUge for he purpose of pointing out some of ho ftenentB of the association to be lerlved by merchants and had a num- ier of important questions to lay be- ore the local merchants tor their con- sideration. The local.- executive de- sire to give 'Mr, Kelli's every oppor- tunity of presenting lais material to hem am! therefore decided to.w'fWt ils pleasure. An announcement will >e made aa date of the mnquct and annual Mr. Cumblehulrae. from Medicine Hat, is still In (be city and B bjisy among the merchants. Satur- day morning he reporttd'good progress ;a'lils campaign for MeUiodlst church began work n this city almost forty years ago, when Her, John McLean, tho flrai Melhodlit mlselonirv in Southern Al. berta, oiiened services in miners' bolrdlnr liouse. Mr. McLean testifies to the cordial spirit of.co- operaUon that ever eilftted between the Presbyterian Rev. Chaa. McKillo; and the Ancilcap. mis Her. Mr. and hlni- telf and how they all united in a trur for the welfare of the town. In 1884, Rev, Wellington Brldfmftn wfcc was Etatlonci as mlMtocary a< Medicine Hat, took up the work in iyet abridge and'carried iu on travel, line back and forth by the narrow gauge'railway .then being conitruct- ed from Ihminore. Up to tils tlnw Uiere were no buildings on the upper level where the city now stands, but