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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1919 TIHv LKTHnniOflR DAILY Uleek ma.clo a reioark to the C'ft'ei-t I served In the pay otiito In Loo-Ion, that Caumllani an a rule, kiiimr less of jjruiurnlnt; to Caimda.Jwi htrtaff. iho history o! CaanJa, Ihiin thar oi TSie bride, vtto ijrew utiti pity, that Caumllani an a rule, kiiimr less of jjruiurnlnt; to Caimda.Jwi htrtaff. la, Ihiin tharoi frldc..vtiD krew utiti any other country, anil strongly a-J; l.auj was0110 o( the flujtular Sits. Panslit, 5th Avenue, .Is eulor- Ilining as her guepi her ilftler, Miss Francis Smith ot Plnchor Creek. i .Miss Rihrl Alrd and Mr. Campbell Alrd vlio were iu Calgary attending la re fa Canada, the Daughters of the Kniplro Iu 'J'oroiito pledged themselYCJ lo raise f O c- -fr o SOCIAL EVENTS vleed a teller actiuilaUuco made of j bcra of 'iho'yu'yagtr eti. vjd on'iuc j history (rom authentic UuifC of QIC local branch ot Us Jloyal j sources, .uainlns a number -of good; worka on (he subject. A '.it-arty vole if. thaiks and a. welcome (o the city [9 Ulai-k, and an ante of Irota Ihe Club In hi a work LEI the Lcth- bfldge schools, was tendered to Dr. Black at Ihc close of hid very eicel- lent ticldrtsj. after whlt-h B social huir hour was Bpeot'OTcr tbe tea. cups. .Mr. and Mrs. M. Horn were pleas- autlv surprised last ovcaluff whcu of the City State Ilaud together wllb Ihclr wives and friends look possession of Ibclr fcom.B prepared for an'evening's enjoymoal. Gained anJ dancing were enjoyed and dainty refreshments served. A hard lime dance will to given In tbo hay gro-.vers hall, Fri- day evening, Nov, 28tb, under the air 15 iho cily uorulDBraccoiupftnlcd by f1IgUllll fardwen party leuQcred them Mr. and -Mrs. J.mefi Sydney Alrd, who by Mr_ tmi Mn_ Rogpr LlJDd Ql' lhclr will remain the guesTs of Mr. and Mrs. homo OT guoday crculiig A James Aird during Ihe coming week. was enjoyed after whlcli Tliinwiy for hU n-any tb.3 city Vf who U a iho Darter niRht following Dr. llueh- I son's address "On ih? Heels ol The 'Hun" In Wesley church, aa opporlun- fJosjjltal. will be pleased to It am or steady f m pro vein en t. In hfs condfUon, Mll3 Isabclle Heed spent the weeV- ond rrlUi licr partou In The many Mends of Mrs. G. A. Thomson, vim is (11 in Gall Hospital, v.311 he pjcaeed la hear lhat her coii- d it lea Is grcaUy Improved. Jfr; F. U'addinEton ami his son visitors In Foremost yea- of the high esteem of hl-i friendship auJ aerrfca. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Lund. A very enjoyable ovenias was spent al Ihe S. O. ip. whlat drlvo last even- ing, thirteen tab'cs belo? In play. The winners of the prizes were: Ladles first. Mrs. Dodglnc; second. Mre. W. II. Holt. Gcnl's flrsl, Bell; acrond Jesse Carter. Special prize: Mrs. II. gents, Mr. G. (lant. lialnty refreshments were sorv Many .friends In the clly will bo eased to Icaru that word h received telling of the coutinued sat- lafactory treatment of llltlo Dorotliy Tarrltl In.CalKarr. .Mrs. TcrrlU daaghlcr In thai city. In 'connccllou vriib. the war raeraorr ial Hthemc or the Imperial OrJcr of The Daughters of The Empire and tha lo. half a million dol- HEM STITCHING AND PECQT EDGING Done al tltc SINGER SEWING MACHINE STORE 512 Fourth Avc. S. All Work Guanitireil. Moderate. will be gtrcn, Relreahments will be served and a social tour en- joyed; WIDDINBE KARKANU llie mar.-Ligo of Mbs Knrrailtl and Mr. llcclor Maurice Mar- celhis. Ijolh or Vutcau. was quietly IJanK. Mr. John a USD e arrived homo tho prulrlc Nuws, "J 'f I A very pretty wedding took place la the St.. Andrew's church, Calgary, on Tuesday eveulng, Nov. IS. at S j o'clock, when William Jamlcton Ki- of Champion, wad ynltod In mar- lage