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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVBMBF.n 23, XINK tK uminrmyiK iv.rr.v .Mrs. Cahoon, ot Macleod, IB tlio guest or hor cousin, Mrs. D. J. Hay. Mrs. J. H. Ross 1ms returned to he, homo In Mountain View after spend- Ing a few days In tlic city with Mends. Mr.' and Mrs. W. II. SfaUo havo- taken :i to the llulletin. Mr. ami Mrs. George T. Watt Jr. of Montreal am 111 tlio city at the Leth- bridKC Hotel. The ladies of the lied Cross wii: Borvo tea at tliu Chinook club tomor- row from 3.30 to 6 o'clock. An informal dance is being hold to-' night at the Chinook Club, from 8.30 to 1 o'clock. lira. Wm. McNichol has returned from a four weeks' visit ill Banff. and Mrs. J. D. Fuller are leaving tomorrow to spend the winter in Cal- ifornia. The G. I. A. to the B. ot L. E. are is-: A euine invitations to a danco on Dec. 7th In the K. of P. Hall. Mrs. Buchanan's section of Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet at hor home to- morrow at 3 p.m. "Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mclntosh ami eon, Allan, have arrived in Lethbridge to spend the winter. The ladies' society of the B. of L. P. and B. will meet for Red Cross sew- ing tomorrow at 2.30 at the home of Mrs. W. Button, 701 9th Avenue S. Members of the Eastern Star will at the Red Cross rooms to- morrow- ofternoon and a large atten- dance is hoped for. j Mrs. Saunders of California, who has' been visiting her son, Mr. A. C. Saunders and Mrs. Saunders, left on Tuesday to visit hor daughter, Mrs. Humby, at Weyburn. At the Rcbokah bazaar on Saturday Jast the lucky numbers in ths rafflcf -were number 89 for the tumbler quilt. Mrs. Gordon being the fortunate win nnd number 12 for the hand paint- ed cushion, being won by Mrs. Theo It was Patr'c'.tii Fund day at Star laad yesterday f-nd many people tool; the opportunity of seeing a good pro- gram and at the same time aiding a good cause. After the expenses were paid was given to the fund. In addition to a splendid bill of Pictures !t duet was sung by .Miss STmm and Mr. Fleming and a dramatic reading was given, by Mrs. .Hazel Bozarth who made her first appearance before a Lethbridge audience. In the evening the ushering was done by Miss Angle Bawden, Miss Florence Donald, Miss Winnie Stitt and Miss Mary Simpson. After the performance the ushers, the contributors to the program, Mrs. Fronk Colpman, Mrs. C. E. Morris Mr. A. M. Grace ana Mr. J. R. Ritchie Paterson were entertained at supper by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKoy. The Hudson's Bay store was a busy place yesterday when the management gave five per cent, of the gross re- ceipts to the Daughters of the Empire anil the Red Cross, with the result that each society is now richer by Once again did the people of Lethbridge prove that they never turn a deaf ear to the calls of needs, as all departments did a turn- ing business. Under the direction o Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, every department manned by members of the tw( Make Your Visit to the 'Bay' Early, while Stocks are much good and than usual. We anticipate a busy Season. Lowest prices again prevail in Toyland. Canadian, British, American and Japanese Toys are here in Thousands. including Soldier Hots, Swords, Guns, Camions, Bugle Drums, Warships, Soldiers Tool Boxes. Toy Uoks. in tin. uimiunim "idSl -n. Game; of every description. Water Pistols, Telephones, Meehanienl Toys. Aulos Ken to. Ships, Bulls, Street Cars, Wash Sets, Stores, Trains, Horses. Dogs, Cals, Uoek .Dolls, hums, l-eds, Dd, fillips, J5UIIS, DUOCl, uur.s, YI ;IMI ........o, Carriages and many other toys you will find displayed in tho Kays lo.yhuid. Dresden Ribbons and Large Clu-ck- Splendid for fancy work and Xmas gifts, 9 inches wide. Specially priced, yard Ladies' Fancy Neckwear Each in an individual box, Holly decorated. Even-thins that is new at CO Art Each 75c, 51.00. 51.50 and