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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1019 THE Ljn'HBB'ipCE DAILY 1IEHALU. PACK ELI 1 _____ al NOTICE v f ml 'We'se Hurry 'n, Mamma, for our COCOA E best food for children ia ihc one they like, and the one that does them the most good. That means FRY'S. Its flavor is delicious. :-Il-is all fine, quickly assimilated nourishment very econom- ical, no waste.' Makes children strong, rosy-cheeked and happy. Remember ;V "Nothing will do but PHONE 12 PERSONAL v ladios of ihc Civic Itc- ff cepllon Commi'.tce have ar- v ranged a public reception in v. honor ol.ihc visit ol H. It. II. the Prince of Wales, lo lake place the room ;tt the barracks Thursday v evcniue, Oct. 2ml. from lo -1- 11.30. MI. II. H. Mill he asked to attend. All citizens and vis- iiors arc invited. Dress in-: Civic Reception Com mil lee. w. Uecn. uw nth street j v south, will rerelve on Friday- after- j ___ Mrs. Ibe gu Jut. Harfc of Clflroibolm Jlrs. K J. Kcnoy. 5Jr. Ralph lefi this I, afternoon for Kingston, Onl.. where ha will rmer Queen's rnlverslly. Mies Helena Simpson left tbU after- noon (or Ca'earjv where she will Le Ihe guest of Miss Kathleen Southard. Miia Siojpson will be In ailendauce fit the grand bail being given in the Pal- liser hotel on Friday evening. Mrs. P. UflUBen aud baby, and Miss Guuvor Ilansen have returned after a month's visit, al Bow Island. Uurdett and Coaldalc. and Mrs. Allen have reLurncd from a holiday jii Nora Scotia. Mrs. J. Livingstone is entertain- nsj as her snesir Mrs, Livingstone, ol llaiiuii. Alberta. WEDDINGG One 'oi'.'thc prettiest weddings of the sr-ason was solemnized today iit high noon in Knox church, when Miss Ida Lillian McAdoo. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McAdoo, of this city, became tlic wife of Mr. James Daniel Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson, of Long Ileach Cali- fornia, He7.1 A. U, Deucon officiating. The briJfc, Who was given away by her father, was attended hy Miss Eliz- abeth Johnston, of Cplcman; Mr. D. P. McEvren, cousin of Ihc bride, support- ing- the groom. The bride! Kokeil very charming In Alice KniLly Lucy Arnold, only daugb- tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Alhcri Arnold of ihis i-ity lo Mr. Oscar also ot this city. Promptly BETTERS FROM WOMEN Is one of tlic letters anlnutUcd In the Herald's "The Advertise- ment That Interested Me Hie competition. The Judges considered the letters only; they were not requested to express tnclr views on the advertisements but simply to decide wtiich lady vrole the best teller. 'had start-1 fall Bait of fc of, which jlritcliud up. or. Hiight be, and norrrTai bn'e ed foriCtarkVs to 'who'la thinking of-buylriBjrtew clothes ClarkeihQs jast returned from -Eastern fashion cen- one confidence' Lbat the the lalesl creation.' "He __ secured some of Ihe finest merchan- Coals so, necoirilnifto the Majority of IdlEe that shownr-thU season, makes one.feel lhat here a jat really coal may 'be obtained, and jlence ot especiaf'ifiterest, and makes where.1 exists the woman but- whnt ono feel lhat-they, simply must hnvc desires u becoming coat? a look at, (Ills' ne'w "slock. "Wlilto The paraErapli on '.silk Co. .esjiecially good. 'Truly Fall "Sulls'.': one want a suit right ayrajv anil some Fall Second Letter Tftber, Alberta, I Sept. S, 1U1D. Lclhbridpo-Hcrald, ''Most Interesllns AilverMaement" ncpt, Utar sirs: Ertclosed you -ft-iil [hid u'liai was to mo the most Interesting slocks are not as.yet. by any means complete" would have been better liosiery which is admit'tecHy yet this slock has variety nt colors and hai isJ alone isorlhy of a full ad- g" could have, veriisemcnl. Fftll Skirts" and oraiUed and the fnct thai would be most Interesting" could have, veriisemcnl. Fftll Skirts" and hccn emphasized. In This Kail Silks in Most Compltto paragraph slightly couatc'rncta the: Shou'ItiR" sound moat allracllve. ol Ihe previous excellent oufej-'These Traists" seems rather out of and mnkes the reader feel that as waists arc not mehlloned ha pa after all it would bo 05 well to Lolow or ulove sentence. In tills wait until later. However, this feUuvertlscment prices arc staled. This promptly overcome by the stfllcineni, 'fs vcrj" important lo Ihe rcadcrj as "A deposit secures-your choice until one must admit most people are com- you arc ready for It." To choose now pel led lo consider the cost or things. while goods arc new and slocka com-1 The public like lo know-Ihc "wby" lilctc, lo niako a and liave'ot mcrchandiElng tnid not Loo her travelling tult of navy broad- cloth with touches of shell pink and hat to mfatcji, carrying a shower bou quet cf bridal roses. The. bridesmaid ,was very beconi ingly alilred In pink ins a cora'agC bouquet of pink roses. Immediately ;aftcr Ihe ceremony a reception at Ihe home.ot the bride's parents, where a large num ber of friends gathered to extend Ihoi: besl wishes to the happy couple. The' groom's gift to Ihc bride was a beautiful library lamp; lo Ibe brides- maid, a pearl and Lo the ush- ers, and Samuel Uls- Eell, gold cuff' Among (he many beautiful re- ceived was a handsome piano from the bride's parents, and a service set from the Dominion Rubber System. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left on lliia afternoon's I rain for an cilentlcd trip to Calgary, Edmonton and northern points, where the honeymoon will be 1 tiler returning lo the clly where they will 'make their future home. i S o'clock the bride en- tub ctiurch lo the strains of can- sregallonal sing of "The Voice Thai Breaiheil Over Eden" on she arm of her father who gave lier In mar- She vras raodiahly attired in a irhiie georgette gown with flowiitg raueht will, orange blossoms and carrying a large bouquet of Or- pLella being (iltendiid by Miss Lizzie Shirley who wore a pal? blue t-reatlon and carried a Jarge brides- maid bouquel of Mr. Robert Jones supported the groom. ft c- v v c 0 CHURCHES ANC SOCIETIES Just been received lo ihc effect lhat Ihe memorial shield for the Wesley Sunday School will arrive in the city in time for the formal mr al Sunday's service. The musk department of MatUcais ?lub will meet next Thursday, October "til at ttic home of Mis. F. Stoltzc, .107 3rd Ave. sonlh. A IftifeC ctuaritlly or the msterir.U of .he local Red CrosE Society have been fiold bul tbcrc'is sllll a considerable iTiioimL Ictl for sale. In order lhat these may be disposed of lbr> Red Cross rooms wtll be open on the af- ternoons of each Monday ntid Tuesday of the month from two until five o'clock. Ladles arc again reminded of Ihc superior quality of thpsc goods and their reasonable disposal price. Pieces for dale Include excellent qual- ity flanclclte, canton flannels and cut pyjamas. Mrs. Unsworth's and Mrs. Carter's section oMhe'Rebekahs will meet at the home of Mri. llulLon, 41S 12LU appearing In tlic l-clii- goods held unttl needed, will Icnglhy, Ihcse statements nrc read A marriage of interest to a. very wide circle of friends look place last point ol pi real slore news ia Reiiernlly 'Intoriisthig to Lhe public. This is perfecllj', accompllshcil in the parflfraph headed' "Special Notice." The set-up of llie Clarhc Co. art rertlsemenl learcs notbtng to tc de- St. G. north tomorrow evening at. S o'clock. The Ancient Order ot Fdrcstera are glrliifr n dance in.Lhc K. of P. hall tomorrow (Thursday) evening. i Program for-Thursday evening at Provincial Convention C. T- U. al Knox church at.S o'clock. Everyone welcome: to" the Winds Thy Fears O.L. Curtis. Calgary." Wellington. People's Choir of Unllc'd Church; leader. Miss Jack- son. and fteconstruc lion, Mrs. L. C. TvIcKinney, M.L.A Solo-rMra. Crawford. 'olIcctioTi. National Anlhcru. The execullvc commlltee of Ihe pro rinclal W. C. T. U, was cnlerlaine( rit the home oC Mrs, F; A. Sloltze yes tcrday aflernoon. Several coinmil cca wcrc'formeil, after a socia hour Rcsolullons com Mrs. "Aylosworln, Olds: Mrs. Ilusli, Mrs. Sleeves' and Mrs. Arthur. Worl; ComralLlce: Mrs. Sear- auckc, Mrs." Forbes, Mrs. Mardtlon, rc all more or bridge Herald during Lhe monlh of to mnny" purchnaerfl who are not Interest. We an August. Is '.he ndvcrtfscnitnl of pared this carl? in iho season lo mako" less "from and like to bo Clarke. Co., dated -Aug. 22, 1919. The display, .type end spacing ilull payment. A little more urging on'shown why goods are especially dealr- Thls advevtlscincnt Is of Interest to'this point and many readers would Abie or especially reasonable In price, uronjcn from the very hc.idlHg rest until "Dobbin" had been A concise silting of the merchant's dfhoes AUTHORITATIVE in siyle, beautiful in finish and reliable in quality, Georgmn Shoes arc the logical choice of cxacling Jrcsacrs and careful buijcn. V "Georgina" trade mark dialinguiahea thegc shoes of and itdiieiimit from oramary Confidtnl oi (he euperlorily of Gtonfna ShoM, tfic malrrt iaVa prMe In pUdng Irx "Gavgbw" trade nwk cm tfwrr produd. VM will lo buy _ Thb muk rmuw dbtiacKon anJ In W. J. NELSON ic CO. The purpose of iill'sdrertlfiing Is to realc a desire on the part of the read- r to. purchase goods advertised, lo Ivc Information irhj one eliould 1 this parllcular arlvertlser and lo krry con7tclloii% to the mlnrl of Ihe eader that liere: Js> Rome (hi op ot special raluo and Interest to them. The- enclosed fulfills i.l these requirements. Not ''only ia thc'abore to he .most interesting advertisement daring the month or August, nit for 'some months I hare noticed hat Ihc advertising 'of Clarke t Co, iliowa careful tbpnght, and we have cad them' conjlalenllj1. Youri 'truly, BELLE ELWOOD, Tabcr, The Store of Quality Groceries Mustard, McLaren's !b. tins, each.......29c Biito, the gravy maker, per packel.........25c Peanut Butter, Squirrel brand, Is. per tin, each 36c Bovril, 4 oz. bottles, each...............40c Honey, Airline. oz. bottles, each ......30c Klim, separated milk in form, tin 50c Kreem Krisp, shortening for all good cooking, per tin 55c SOAP AND WASHING POWDER White Naptha Soap, 10 bars to carton, each 85c Gold Soap, 6 bars lor...................52c Lifebuoy Soap, 6 bars for................52c Washing Powder, Gold Dust, 3s, per packet 35c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Citron, per )b..........................04c Green Tomatoes, 7 Ibs. Green Peppers, per Ib. ....'...............15c Cucumbers, table, per case each.....05c Plums, Golden Drop, per case NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY PHONE 313 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Mrs. Worth and Mrs. Jrown. Press ConimitLee: Mrs. Dlack- jurn, Vogreville, Courteay CommiLlc'e; Mrs. Hamllton'anG power lo add ,0-lier Credentials and Corr respbudiug SecrelarV: F. Me Ar- thur and Miss McKihney. o[ Daughters, ami Maids of England am reminded of Ihc whist drive lo he held on Friday cvv- niux in hall. Will_ 'jrs kindly bring a cake. 'Owing lo the visit, ol H. U'. II. Lhp Prince of Wales to our there.will no.meeting of Ihc Cliess Club h.eld this Thursday evening. The Indies aid of Knos cliurcli will hold their regular monthly meeting on Friday-afternoon at 3 o'clock.. Tlic members of .Maple Leaf chaplery- O. E. S., aro'requested to uole' change ot meeting plght lor the montfi of October. This will be held on Wed. OcLuber of toe usual Tlic first coniiw.iy of Lhe Girl Hides of- St. Cypriins Hill meet sTllie church'lomorrnw. at o'clock. The pas I matrons of Hie ilaple Leaf and Coaldnle ChR'pteri 0. E. askcfl to meet, .for rehearBitl ,ou .Frl; day afternoon of Ihis week at three' o'clock in (lie Masonic hall The Knox church. Big Sielera .will hold a meeting at. the home of Mr- Spooncr Ihia cvcnlnsTnl .7.30 o'clock A.I members are ursed to bo preicnt HDWARE Oct. Hon. 'Mr. JUE- .Ice. Scott has gErefi A decree nfsl. lo made absolute in.alx nionthi, fn the application by IJonel' 'Arthur 'Lana- berry, ol Trochu, for rlUiolullon of his Tllh bli Loin Laos The applicant' was t relbrnei] nun. Tlio (rounds (of divorce wire alleged of Iho defcn'dnnt wllh other nieri .durlpi ker busljtod' senco In France. r Another Dtcrw tnttnd Decree nhl, to bt nb.iohitc In elx months, also frjcled -by MB lordship In'.tbf anllciitlon ol Her- bert. George' for divorce from 'hli Wood- ford.. In (bis CAM two A-respondenls were namod; aod darnagcB Mked arafnst but (hero latV ol In CAM' and lorn ottrnarrlige wilh Ine second IK roMhe appllcftnls In both t Miss Esther Strote WILL ORCANIZi 'Musical Kindergarten Glasses On SatmUr Enjoy Better Use CJ EU-0 Bikini Powder Co., LLjciterJ, Hacultn, jj j 'Al the Consprvatory of Studio 'No. 2, lor children (rom five la'eljtit ,of Me.' The courn will cmilit of car train- Ins, reaainj, rtytin, longs and itorlcc from musical hletorjr, tit. For furthtr InferAittlen phone No. or AddrJ, Mualc. DRUQQISTS Conic lo the -.Canadian H'iiarlhticeullcal Assrfclallou Cnnvcn- j lion. Knlcr into current and vital discussion us cffecllnj; your bustncsB, and----- See Winnipeg From the Clouds! October 8, 9 Uonvciilioii to be formally, opened br His enthiuiasUu-young mayor .ot Winnipeg. Charles K. Gray, ivho will fce carried by' airplane lo Ihc Forl Otrfy Holel, Ihc '.CoftTenllon nuarlcrs. Free Airplane Trips for Dekfttct In planet "Winnipeg" and Acetophen." Pllolad by ht ctmimaudtT! from tht Jlldland Ana of SpecktV ir.j, H.A.F.' Bring ;