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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER TMIC DAILY HKHIUJJ, of, uUo EUjierlntcndiug Ihe final arranger-] Wesley Hall, (he MiEElonary hood of Western Canada of one mint ID the apartment which hia Kucloly will bo lie Id In tho HlLtrooon Us capable aud etirtiesl leaders. Leon prepared for her In Cbrence nt 11.30. This Is an open lo Sulcllffe. moro lhan a leader. Ifoudou. Wbeu H. II. II. goes i which luforoslcu aro cordially In- to lht> of J-V.mce later on, viitd. bo ivlth him for somo BOT Inland bis addressed v v the fvcalug. whera bis addressed the VOUDE Peoples' Society oa "The Hli- lory of Southern AlbcrLa.' Mr. anil Mrs. Thompson of Spring Couleo cro spending iho Tresk-end la the city. .The niaay (ricuds of Mre. F. Webb T.-1II regret to learn tbal she is lying critically 111 ai lior home, 1260 14ih Arc. North. i- Mro. Corrlc-fluJ daughter, WIlrnR, who bivc Leoa spending iho past week with Mn. Corrle'i lira, (i. C, Cupe, 6th Aienuo, JcaTea to- morrow morning for Portland, whore they ulH spend the whiter. Mrs. A. Caughcy, who kw Leon rls- ItlDf frlendj !n Dow :inland, returned to the city this morning. The lympathj- of a wldo elrulc of frlflfidt la extenfted thoca lie re a Ted through tbo death of Mrs. It.' 13urg- mnn, who passed at (he Gait Hospllal yesterday aftornouu. t Mlai It Dowe Is apondias the la EunletL LAd; Patricia RAIDS Ay lias relumed lo England from-Paris to itay Tor. a time with her father II.RH. ihc nuke o: Conpaught tit Dagshot Park. She U I'iitrlcia tlms. Mr. K. w. Houghlon of ll guest la Lhe clly. Tlie Choral Club will meet vllh Mrs. E. J. Sehl. 1229 4th Avenue, 011 Monday vYpalag at K o'cloclf. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. J. II. KlceUood ol this city anuounco ihc engagement of their tiaughter, Mebe: Grace to Mr. James A. IJonalJ of Hdmonton, Ibe mnrrtagc to take place lu Decem- ber. SOCIAL EVENTS faj Scruton rendered "Because" very pleasingly. Immediately after Ihe ceremony Inn -wedding party working men anil rromen. "This Kraclous saj-3 one who knew the Ideal married lifo of Canon and T i -.......11 "line lueai married 1110 01 v.auun UIIQ paired lo the cnir-e of the bnio where Mrafonda'7 atlcro'oon. of which the a member, and claff silver dish from of Ihe Dominion Bank. tbi The AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS AT THE "BAY" Dry Goods Department 1 PIECE ONLY, FINE-CHECK BUCK AND WHITE SILK AND WOOL MIXTURE DRESS GOODS 40 laches wide. Make.1; a lovely dreas for i ina.trM- Worth today SI.30 yard.'After fiunpeh Special, on jurd OJC WHITE WASH TUSSAH SILK '3S inches wfdc. Kceular prlca J1.-5 yard. Saturday Atler Suiiper, yard........-_............................. CHILDREN'S WOOL GLOVES ]n all colors. Sizes 0-G only. Regular price 50c. After Supper Special, pair.............J9c GREY FLANNELETTE SHEETS 104 only. For single beds. 50 pairs to seii. Regular n price ?3.15 pair. Saturday After Supper, pair............ LINEN DAMASK' 72 inches vrtdc. In ihrce designs. All linen HCE- ubj Tfllue ?2.25: Saturday Night, _ -j y a rd ItLtU Grocery Department Commencing on Monday, December JEt, Mrs. R. Forsler of the Sv.-lft Canadmn Conuiany will he at liic store for lour days DEMONSTRATING PREMIUM OLEOMARGARINE We Inrlte you to call and see Iho many uses Oleomargarine can SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT Jersey Cream Carameb, per Ib............ 35c Boston Mints, per Ib.....................35c Nut Fudge, per Ib. .....___'............ 45c Gum, 6 packets for 25c gift lo the brldo -uas a atrlng _-, Methodist church of pearls, to the maid, ot honor a fadics' aid hjzaar being held on Tuca-r peridot pin, to Ihc a pearl day, the History and Current Events tie pin and lo Scriito'n an arue- Department of the Mathcsis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. W. F- Nel- son on Monday afternoon. The Art Needlework club will meet at the home oi'Mrs. George' Ulion, I 12th Street, at 3 o'clock on Monday' Bftcrrioon, I I The Xexl-of-KIn Association will meet In Iho Jlposo .Hall on Monday evening at 7.30 sharp. On account of Thursday cvnlng be- ing [he. only, lime available for the postponed lecture of Mr. Hughson In thyal and pearl pin. Mr. and Mrs. Alrd nrc of thc Canadian lied Cross Society.' Thc opening session of .the Conven- tion will be held In the ball room of the Palllser at 2.30 p.m. on December 10th and one of'the sessions ot the convention will take the form of the annual meeting at which the audited slctemcnt ot the funds of the Soc- iety for tlie past financial year, and Albirtn Provincial Branch. I a'jeport.'of'fhe number .of suppliers re.; lived antf shipped, will'be .presented. RED CROSS CONVENTION 4 4- v The postponed Convention, of Ihe Rctl.Crosg Society, .will be held on the 10th and Ilia of December nerl. This gathering promises Ui be one of the their honeymoon in- this city, after most Important events that has ever which tliey will lake up residence In been held in connection "with Red Calgary.1' HEMSTITCHING AND PECOT EDGING Done at the- SINGER SEWING MACHINE STORE 512 Fourth Avc. S. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Moderate. Cross work In Alberta. The perman- ent work to be organized hy the Red Cross under the League ot fled Cross Soclcles, will be laid before the meet- ing, anil the programme of Itcd Cross work to bo undertaken In the Prov- ince of Alberta, wll ulo discussed. Sir Davl.A Henderson, Director of Aeronautics tor the British War Of- 3cp from tn 19IS, has been ap- pomled Directo'M5enerfll of the League of Hc4 Cross Societies and has just visited the headquarters of the Can- adlnn Red Cross to outline tho alms and oujecls of the League, The convention will be thoroughly representative as delegates arc expect- ed from all branches of tho Red Cross and representatives from other organ- Izatlons which have worked lor Iho Society, liave'been Invited. It Is expected that Ills Honor Ihc Lieutenant-Governor and members of the Provincial Government will bo present and will address Ihe meeting. There will also be distinguished of the l.w.R.A. for.Trestem Canada, i speakers on lied Cross work from Tlie many friends and associates other parts ot Canada Including Sirs, "ceply noum the losa to the woman- H. P. Plumiilrey. Honorary Secretary LADY BEAVERBROOK j-> T NOT A CANDIDATE LONDON, Beavcrbrook denies a report of an InLcnlion to try lo'follow Lafly As- tor to parliament by contesting a scat when Sir Albert Stanley resigns. TRAVELLING SECRETARY DEAD' O