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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta y, November Si 1013 THE DAILT HERAL Page 13 Twsary It's stMd tte test Toronto, Onj., Nov. tlie Methodist church in CauaJa needs an- general "superintendent and that a third one will be aPPuinti'U at the next quadrennial session of tlie conference is slated by :.Mrthouists llcv. Dr. Chuwn, wit'i the western superintendent residing in Vancouver I and 'with llev. Ur. Carman eleven [years past the allotted span cl lite, it is thought that another geacral'su- j pfrintcr.dent is and the name ot I'.ei. S. 1'. Hose, D.D., formerly [laslor ot the Shelbourne Stren t-hurch, this city, arid now of Montreal, is mentioned for the position. Jtcv. .1. J. the bookrooiJt, he knows nothing about appointing another su- t MILADI EOITED BY "INO- UN "May l-may I tiss you, dealV Scores o! Ruijits railed yesterday Said he. !allcrnoon, vl.en- Mis. J. Hisiu- Kifst 1 waul oce IliiDj; maje j botham receiver lor the first limo 8aiJ she. "Have vou Oi tried "No." he aiiwe He lied. Then with willii maid before i this season: K. I'. Inlands I poured tea, the viar.-Js beiijg served jby Jliss Phyllis Yes, you may, since you don't And tell." n Hostesses ort Monday .Mrs 11. Itentlcr. Many visitors .called during the late afternoon when Mrs. II. "JM. was formally at home lor the'Tifst lime this se-ascn. lips sl.e whispereil' Feathery chrysantl.tmuiuB were eflec- tively used in dcfcration. The There Will be a Great Crowd Tonight At Ryiand's "Three Hoar Sale" Some of the choicest offerings from our Great Money Saying Sale will be featured for three hours tonight arid if. any are left they will be included in Mondays Bargain List, and by the way be here the first two days next k: J .'we are preparing big surprise for. you--- Something- entirely out .of the ordinary. Barpi "iBirS" Tliat ,BlipiilJ ..Inil II Draw Crouds Special Values For Tonight From 50 Dozen -Fine Pearl Buttons, Men's Excelda and Lawn Handkerchiefs I Men' Grey W I Sweaters Wool Mix- 9.Cord Velvets; 21 V'Afl Good Men's Shirts or Drawers M Wool -More of those 15c Overcoats, 12 on Sale year sizestfdr Wool Serges, Voiles, C7r I Ws O Suits for e jPins, Hat Pins, Dome Fasteners, 3 for underwear, each' o. nr I Men's.FineCarabrlc Waists, I Negligee Shirts for Serge Dresses C Coats, A- up to for J Girls' Coats, fcto'44 year on -sale lO 1 "re to our sale for 'four -additional VlOOQ 'he beat sale in ihe Store's history, on Noyl ,i We do this at at the request of many 'outside customers N.- far epst as. Grassy Lake, south to Milk Rivfer and OIMC and north to Carmangay. They are all coming to the Bie''' _ Sale' at :Ryiands. RYLANDS 1 GO. Qonducfing a Real Cut Price Sale were served by Miss Cunmiag." Mt. ar.d -Mrs. K. II.: J. Forster all little son, Edgar, hive returned from a week's visit ID Calgary. -Mrs. Albert'Arnold, 233 Twentieth street Xorlh, enters ilia Gait Hospital to undergo an oa Monday morning. f: v That the dances gken by the Maple Leal club are very popular was evr- hcnced_ again last evening, when some seventy couples tun.c-d out to the S. 0. E. hall to enjoy tl.eihospitality of the club. The Imperial orchestra sup- plied fine music, and dancing was the attrcctive feature the cning with a short interval ior sup- per about midnight. Word has been .received from llar- ]old Hamilton, the ol Superin- tendent and Mrs., Ilatmitol., who is attending. Gcelph Agricultural Col- lege, thai he was chosen as Ihe first .year representative on a debate against the second year, resolved "That the immigration into Canada as carried on at the present timo is 'detrimental to her best interests." The first year -took the negative side and Won nut over the second year, a feat "which had not been ae- icomplished in the past ten years.. I .Mrs. E. J. English, 619 Tenth St., S., was hostess of tea yes- terday' in connection with St. Pat- rick's large numbers of [visitors came.'Vcrn: and-white chrys- anthemuins .were liberally .in evidence. i --Mrs. English..wore handsome cos- I tunic oi white -marquisette -with heavy lace.. Mrs. W. Fv MacDonald, who assist- ed in receiving, was attractive" in v olet. w-itb-white lace. J. Kocn-invited, tot-the 1 dining room, wearing black silk gren- :adine with jet.elaboration. Mrs. (iehnvwho poured tea, wore ivy blue charmeuse and velvet hat. Mrs. ,had Miss and Miss E'tha] Salinders, in palo blue charmeuse with duchess rhincslones. v. .Little Je'anctle Xettlel jn" pale blue, opcne'd'the" do'o'r. r'- In 'tables' of: eu- chre, were in play.i Zcllle and Mr. Sandors winning the trophies, while the consolation went to Mr. .Quite one of lhp..most brilliant so- oMheiautumn.was the at. home given yesterday afternoon by Mrs.- 'F. Downer, Westminster Hoyse. spacious, home, .which wilh ferns, I1 Plotted plants, carnations and crim- son, .unshaded cadlesf was literally r.t.hronged wilh. guests during (he- hours ol- twilight." The hostess rcciiied her guests wearing a distinctive gown of black ;safin jewelled' tunic 'and smart" touches ol old Miss Glailye who askuted in recfiving, wore'-a "chic costome of royal blue satin 'veile'd in' a white tllnln? lahlc'was 's'wsetly pret- T Ixmttm, A home-school doing varied and extended Unlnfng for.the social" Intellectual, and moral develop- ment best suited 16 leadership In all womanly spheres of en- leaver. (tylloglafe bulMInjB, Una .campus, home-cooVed food. Uleratnrc, Science, Commercial, prulor'y, PhyBjcal Culture Household Silence and Robt. L. Warner.VM.'A., 0. D.' St. A'll young ladies arc cordialls' invit- ed to attend tlie Young Ladies' class in Wesley church at 3 o'clock tomorrow a its moon'. f v r St. -Alary's Men's' society will hold one of tf.eir enjoyable 'whist drives in St.. Mary's parish liall on .Tuesday, Nov. six beautiful prizes will be airnrje'd.: The music at- Knov church tomor- row promises to be very attractive. It will include in the morning the anthem, "0 Saviour of -the Ooss :'contralto solo, "'1'cach Me'to Simm. In the. evening the to the Lord's oi- ladiM' trio ''I'cotcct us Ihroujh the Coining J.ayton, Miss Simni and Miss Kairbants.. z t Trinity church, Hardicville, was filled to capacity last night tor the Hardlcvilie school concert. Superin- tarfml .W. A. HamiUon acted :as chairman, program was car- as announced In this .colunih a few. days ago." Many original features -were in evi- dence, -and' the fancy costumes were uniquely pretty. Particular mention must be flag drill, which was certainly beautiful as carried by eight girls. Something like ?30 will be realmd from the cor.ccrt to increase the ple- fund. The teporl dl the G.ilt hospital (or it he. month ol October, 1313, is as j lollows N'umh'er ol pailents in hospital beginning of moiilh Rf; Adiniflani-fs during n-.onlh SI Transtrnls admitted during the month 11 I Highest number during C6 Daily average during month 57 Xumber o! hospital days for private patients 301 Number ot hospital days for ward patients (paying 972 Dumber of hospital days ior ward patients (irce) -.411 Total number oi hospital days ior the month 1775 Number oi operations under gen- eral -anaesthesia 45 Number of operations under lo- cal or no anaesthesia'.......... i Number, oi patients treated in outdoor department........... 7 Number of dressings and treat- issnts in outdoor department 31 Xt'mb'er ol hospital ambulance calls 17 The hospital wishes lo with thanks, ttift lolloping .contribu- tions "received during the rnon'llV: Eva Mrs. a. JIcDonald and ihe iTcthbtidgc Flower 3' gowris-Tlie 20 'Pigeons'tor the Jas. The music rendered by the Kxcel- sior Male Choir on October 12th was greatly anr-rcciatcd by all. Miss Udy, who Ireijuently visits the ward patients, also bang some pleas- ing selections for them during the month, A. FORGIE; 'Lady Supt. Number.o! patients, .discharged .during the month.......... Dealtis during the month patients' in hnspitai at end'il month si i Transients discharged "d'utjrig the i month Rylands Co. Special AgVnti tor 'HOME' JOURNAL'" PATTERNS f HALt- BORCHERT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS WgsUy Epworlh league will-have for its subject on Monday night "Tho Individual, the under three headings': The cause, the treatment, remedy. Sevin ol the league mem- bers will'take part in the main dis- cussion. t M'eslej- church music tomorrow will include. In the morning the anthem, "Consider and Hear and a solo by Master Jimmy Klngs'ton. In uveniiijj tlio choir iviJI sing "Ttts Heavens Are and a contralto: solo will be sung 'by Sire..Johnston. BABTS Tbc purily znl fragrance Orm Soip hive it a Tiniversal favorite. Jls'iseu beneficial to Albert Superfluous Hair 'CORNS' Removed With the Electric Nsedll Hull Block Mlit. HoImM 11 V 155 l.owest ntimbtr during 4? a Gift Vi'lll keep (lie recollections vivid, and comfort many a lonely hour of separation. Our studio is exceptionally equipped for fine portrait -work. .See our flro light-pictures In' shovr. case. M_akc an appointment today. Allison The Photographer In Yoiir WALMOKAI, BLOCK i' ;