Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, NOVKMBKK TMK Hi DAILY CiK EUCVES Mr. iho IILTC ctcrv Ijy (ho Jirvi whist I Jay Mr-. at are Irf row margin which 4 4 444444 4 II. Hoy .Miles Is lew dtiV5 In Calgnry. the guest of hr-r .tu.nl, Lady Powell, ol Norfolk, Va. Dr. Black moved lino his re- tally purchased GCI Si. Koutli, the former home of Mr. mid Mrs. A. Sinip.iou. (.Mr.-i. W. J. Trijii who has bcYn ili-i gueat ot Inspector ami Mrs-. l.Othanu left for Mr. :ihd imd Mrs. Tiim will rciiilc in thai Uy. K r Mr. and Mrs. Lloyrl Eft'.'f ol Grassy who are ouroute Jo lliclr home frv in Spokane, ure In Ihc city. .Mr.-. K II. dt'psl of Lcthlnldgc, who bccii visiting her home ELI Mon- acal, leaves iliis "ivcek lor Dos ton. K-hcro nhc v.-ill spenrt u month with her before returning home. ml brcu rurtlvtj Ijy th'.- Arthur) Hun. Temporary'Scm-Ury. W. A. 11. focq. This v.-as (he Jirvi whist drive of ii lu (Oivliu-u-1 the- Mocisj! euil of two prize; ing offc-rc-d, dot fur lilRh' si .-i uiv. uivl for j gtntV liijjhcsi. Jilting (run: u- in-'i-firi which ilivMr-il Mrp. Grist's and 'Ciifm of tho Iletu-kih- will nu-et at fmuro. Dulei Lti.'lo M'lr-.-shineni.T wcro bv joint if Mm ttliii who [d lliu The laughters aii'l of EIKJ-, land arc holdinR 'be tblrd whist drrn- uj ilic- winter series In IlurKinin'a u.-jLutn-o'iS nixhl" Tlic iiany I f> be v.3 usual, I diviilL-a tlu- high aum-i. j fur thc- Imiiif) ol Mrs. ot1! S. tonsorrow night ai A o'clock. Gubcrnaloria! Candidates in Massachusetts Take Op- po.site Ilisjory and CuiTC-n: IV- tj, j liit men I' of tbo Chili will 'ie rlus Me- 601 UUi St. K, nit Tues HOSTON. NOT. pnlio .strike in UotUon made a (SHIII- has aro-Jactl unusual Interest Su th a sourer, of special anil poculisr hnppiness to counllwss uu- der all conrtlllous ,nntl circumstances ami of great benefit lo the nallnn, ppelally (n these ilmos of rccoiistrur- (lon work to re-establish, a safe an sane world. So be pro pen I lonight. The VIrnt UaptisL church Mission Band will not lomnrrow .13 prev- iously announced. The Kl. Mary's Givl CiiMes will nnf bn meeting lorlfjhl flL S o'cTorV in con- srout-ncc of llic vlfllL of Archdeacon Haras. All Girl GnKe.1 H years of npc are lo Ihc incellnE; In St. Mnry'3 Hall, which will IK; nddrciidod C V Tho Venpr.iblo Archdeacon Hayes i will lie addrcssinR n incollut; In Si. Mary's Inll on the Church Movement al S p.m. tonight. Tlic (fnri'rl bpld under Ihe nf the V. A. in the Mnlpslic last r-venini; WPS a. tHsllnc'f SIICCPFF. Kach nurnhor was well rcn- jrlnred nnd recelvrd hearty appldiise.' I The funds of Ihn were sv.'ftlled liv (lie suhsSanttal sum of 150.35 thfrtiieli the collections JDMfl was received fioili whlcH had i In he1 dndiirlcl. The dp- sire lo their craMtuiln to lh-j puhlfc for Ilielr> cxnrcpscfl nDiirccfa- Hon and TO llic Asalnlliola Music tJoin- piny for llic URR of n piano and the for niiliUtitj- pr.inlod thorn, The IrcfXRiiror of Ihe Travellera Aid pralrfully n.cknowlcrti'ra n chenuc fnr J2o from Ihc Ar.inle rtnnter No. 7 O. K, ft. nnrl P-onthlv Ion of M from the fil. John ATnlinbnn; Thi- Clnl; and Pntriolij whicJi to .11 well pa iHRH. aiirl a lirrtnf'h nf wliirli ha' fofftn revivorl in Lcthbridgo, hna AS Its C'onirollor, Lady dcs to the Ixiadershii DiiferciKc rluring Hie week In thi city there, will not be a meeting lie AiIuH, Dible ciasa on evening. Thursday, p.m.. Hie monthly incel of Hie Lu'lios' Aid will be hell in the schoolroom of Ihqpchurch. S p.ur.f prny. cr meeting. Thursday, S p.m., choir practice, United church- leadership Confer- ence -wrek, Monilny. Tuesday and in Tlmrsilay. S practice, j Krtday, -J.lii choir prac-1 lice. Friday. service in the hall. Wcs'ey 7.30 p.m. 1 Kirc G'rla meet In tho church.; Thursday. p.m.- -Ladies1 Aid meets in ladies' parlor. Please nOle cliacge of dntc on ac- count of banquet in the hall on Wed- nesday, under the auspices thu Conference. Thursday, 7.50 ScotiU. S practice. prayer meeting will bo held on Wednesday on account, of Ihc Leadership (.'onfcrcr.ee. Chrlttuin Science Society, fluSI FRENCH COMMEMORATE DEATH OFfcWAR HEF1OF.5 PARIS. N'ov. J 'nov: and cold weather, reports the Pliu tiJLii ttini L'itiiLL-r, i eiiui LS j reaching Paris from tbe province says I thRt large crowds attended tho cere- j 'monies held on Sunday lo honor Ihosc who died on the balllefitlds. In the larger cities, numerous associations of wounded velenins participated in lLo Wreaths were placed on the graves of American sojdicra at Mont F'oncon, i Wash Sunlight labour usually associated with washing because Sunlight Sonp washes clothes beautifully clean and white without rub- bing or scrubbing. being the purest of all cleansers is kind to the last ever so much longer to the hands, too.' Insist on getting the you ask SUNLIGHT. Uloelr, 7lh mr weekly TeFlluioiiy inecLIng, Wed- nesday evening nt.S o'clock. For Coldm or Influenzm and m Preventafive Takm "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature Clarke's Semi-Annual Mid-Season Sale Continues Dan This Week Savings of 10 to 40 per cent, in the most wanted kinds of seasonable merchandise, including all Drew Goods and Silks, Staples and Wash Goods, Hosiery and Corsets and Underwear, and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Waists and Underskirts, Millinery, Furs, Fancy Goods. Etc. Entire new stocks throughout every department ot this big store are includ- ed in this great mid-season Bargain event. Assortments are large and more var- ied than we will have again during this season, and prices are as low as one would look for at the very end of a season's business. _ of women have already proKtted by the exceptional .savings offered and hundreds more will avail themselves oi this saving opportunity be- fore the sale closes on Saturday night, November 8th, You Save on Everything You Buy! CLARKE'S Semi-Annuai Mid-Season Sale BUY VICTORY BONDS!