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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i^ONDAY, MAY 20, 191S DAll.\' ili';i > : * > > > �) ? > i : PERSONAL :� { :! Mr. and Mrs. C. C. t'atlcr: * * Mr. II, A. .McKillop ha^ rcie.rned from Ilanff. where he lia-^ ln-eii slay-' ing for the benefit ot liis li./ulili. )  iice liy the Toronto I'resiivicrN to engaj-^c in work in Franco wiilioiit rank or pay tot' tho British Y. r. A. . * ^-  Stipt. and Mrs. I'einiel'ather went to llegina last week to liid farewell to their sons who liuve enlisted witti the K. Nf. W.'M. V. Sapi. I'ennefathcr has retur-nert to the city tint Mrs. Identic-father, is romalning iu Regina for a time. \ ' � *  * iMiss Francis Porter wishes to thank her many friends for their farewell mossago.? iind tokens of esteem prcv-Ipus to her departure tor Nova Scotia oh Satiirday night. She would particularly thank her tmicher.. Mrsi. Iticks and the J, O. C, class of Knox'churcli for_ .the. well-filled mail bag in which Items of Interest 'Round the Store INDIVIDUALIZED SILK SUITS lOlcganl. refincil lyiies, possessing Individuality iii design and stylo. Have ynu seen our new Silic Suits? Have you noted the slrik-iiiK ��fffrux auii the really wonderful silks used .' Th'- trimmings have been placed wllh ail eye to beauty in .very detail and each emboliisli-miiil reveals Ihe touch of a MASTIOit IIA.VIt, And yet tin. prices ari- most n a-soiiablc, ranging from $28.50 to $49.00 It is practically impossible to descrilic iln' hlyles. becaus'' there is only om- ot a kind. Fach One. hi>wev"r. is iiidividvuil in. churac'ter, euiirely ivw in design and of sii\H-rlor (piallty material and workmaiislilp. These prices, which have been specially arranged for by each head of our different departments, arc intended to serve as an introduction to that department and will prevail on TUESDAY MAKE THEM YOURSELF BOYS' WASH 3UITS, HOUSE DRESSES, CHILD'S DRESSES, SEPARATE SKIRTS. ' HANDKERCHIEFS, ETC., Wt' have liiii yards ot I'X-tra superfine- - KHAKI LAWN "Old Country" liiake and dye - an Idea! niaterial for making up into a variety of garments, etc.. of wlilch the foregoing is merely a suggestion. Soft as a piece of silk -fast in color, hard wearing -just the thing for "warm weather wear." An e.\tra Tuesday special. Regular price 40c yard, Tuesday - - - - 29c Rather Showery, eh! Then How's This? .Men's smart 'Cravenette UAI.NCDATS in nciit check pnlterus of ,AI/1>. ROI/WHG LIBERTY BALL TO ROLL FROM BUFFALO TO NEW YORK CITY. REAL ENJOYMENT Unless you are familiar witl> the natural h^nd-played effects of the Mason & Risch Player Piano, we urge you to visit our store and play for yourself this almost human instrument. Notice how easily it is controlled-how^ simple its operation-how perfect ' its mechanism-how satisfactory its every shade of tone. Until you have tried the Mason & Risch, Player Piano you will never understand I . � 1 . . ^1 L  tV^Hy STYLE-EVERY PRICE What real enjoyment there can be m the use of a self playing instrument, '^i^ 'ihe home of the victmu^'' and tii0u3mids of record* roR you to select ritoH for socks. Yours were put into use at once for an order for kit bags. The report ot our year's work was sent to mo this morning and next week I will lake llic iileasure of sending you onu,^ Willi kind regards, lilinor -M, .'Vrmilage. Convenor Sailor's (!omforts. � * � Tlie splendid sum of $fi47 was realized frn) tomorrow will while awav many an hour of ted-1 "'S''' �' "'o club house, which is on ious travel. To each and lill .she I ^tli street, at the back oi; the residence wishes to soy "Au revoir and Ihuuk j �' > A letter has been received from Cffl-gary asking the Red Cross to specialize on operating gowiis, dressing gowns nnd riuy shirts. The ladles are urgently asked to make ai Kpeciul effort to come as the demands are greater than ever. There Is plenty,of work for nil who can possibly attend. The rooms are open every day except Saturday and there will bo plenty ot woik on Wednesdays f6r any who care lo come on lhal day. It is to he hoped that every woman in Lothbridge will fool il her patriotic duty to take some share in this important work. you." � : � � � o > 9 SOCIAL EVENTS o * ^ o Before leaving for Grand Falls lo enllflt Mr. Jvan Ulsliop was prei^eptod with a beuulitiil wrist watch Ijy the leachors ami officers ot Wesley nible school. Mr, 13ishoii will be followed by tho iirayers and boat wIhIios of UL host of friends. ', . * � � * On FridJiy last .Mrs. H. T. Bryiiinei' entertuiiied a number of little people, tho Q(tcusloii being Miss .lean Bryin- nor's birthday. About twelve liitle guests were presenl and spent a inost interesting afternoon. ... ^ I.,aat evening at both Knox aijd Wesley oluirchoB Helectloiis were given by the choirs InloiidlnE to compete at the rauHieat fnativnl. Judging by the ox-cellencB of Ihe rendering last night (hose choirs should be at the lop pUico In Calgary this week. If Knox choir succeeds in winning this year it will be for the third time, I.othb'ridge expects its keenest competition again this year from Vernon Btirford's choir ot All Saints church, Kdmoiitoii. * * �* c- o  �: : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES �> ? .: {. .> .;. The I'pjlowing loltor %vn8 received this niornjng by t'lf' secretary of Major Jack Hobs (Miapter I. O. D. K, from the Sailors' Comfort Conaniittoe; Dear Secretary: On behalf ot our Sallprii' p.oiotort' CommitlRo I wjlfh.to ij,>i(�nlc the Major .liudc-Rosh' Ohuplor .1. O, J3..J3. Letli-brldgo, for tho(r fiplj^iKlKI, tlonullor. of 70 pairs ot Roi^k* wlitcli arJ very much iA'\�':T�e''ito'- .> .> .;. .> > : ? : : >> >>'>? > : * ? ^ WEDDINQ8 � � : �?��>'�? < :� ? DUDLEY-PATTBHSON On Saturday, May 18th, at K^px tnanso, .Mr. Thomas Oliver Dudley of, -Magrath and Miss Jean rattoraon of Lethbrldge, were united in marriage, Rev. W, F. Burns ofticlatlng. The Amorlean-Canadlan fisheries itimferenco is to be held at Victoria for the purpose of protecting halibut and Salmon In coaet waters. QUEEN MARY INSPECTS WOMEN LAND WORKERS wagon of hay paBsing Her IMaJoaty. . IN THE QROUNQS OF BUCKINGHAM/PALACE. A .'it? f' ;