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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTODEK 3, 1'Jt'J THE LETHimiDGE DAILY PAGE F1FTEEX M1LAD! Mr. b. D. LawEcm lelt this mornlDg (or Medicine Hat, where io has Seen tranaleired bjr Imperial Oil Company, Mr. Bud lira. WcArlilur liare lukeu UP residence at C25 HIU St. S. lira. Clias. Smllb of I'incher Crest U Iho EUMt ol her daughter, Mrs. 51. ol 6th AVCDUO. The many frlcuils ot MM. U. Uarm-t o! Spring lUdEe, who las recently mi dereono an operation will be irteasccl to hear or ber continued progress. Mra. E. D..Godfrey ot Morten, Man llolia. la a guost la Die cilv. Mrs. AVatcrsou. of I'inchcr Croik 14- Ihe guest ot ilra. V. Smiltr. Mil. B. ArmsLroiiET and Jllss Roile taken up residence at 12C5 5lli ATCnUO BOnlll. Mr. C. W. Pickup, after a res'Ueiico ot ten yearn In Cardslon. sold liis drug businees to Mr. Fletcher or Raymond. Mr.''and Mi's. Pickup Icavn todar for Angeles, whero Mr. Pickup wi' finish his studies at iLe Ths Van Haarlem liospilal will be open Tor public jQcpecUon lomorrun ptleraoon from 4 to C ami tomorrow fveiling from 7 Io 9. Mrs, B. Jl. Talnler ol Tater ivaj a 111 Uio city thn c! "n. Mr. and Mrs. A. d Choquijlto and children have returned Irom a lioli- In Nova Scotia. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ai 1_ o'clock an llio rally j ervk-o will bo conducted at In be after noon when ilic ailemjautc ut every un-iubcr of the Sunday school urgi'J. Tbw cu'iubon of ilaplo Leal Chap- ter ,No. 7 O. K. M, are requested, Io note oj ineoiiiiEblitt for ibsinontli- of October. Tills Kill bo fceld 011 i NYedueaJay. On. Sib; loatcaO of 011 ibo usual eveiilue. Mrs. ProsJ-er's end Mrs. Neve's sex- lion of tbe Rebekahs will iflcet loniKbt Ibe bome of Mre. Proper, _Ui Avcuue. 4 The atoond of ihe eerics of whist drives i'J bs held under tbe auspices ol ihc Maids ol Ene- land will ie held in Burgumu's hall tonight oomnieiiclDs promptly at S o'clock. A aueijiinnce Is autitl- pated. SOCIAL EVENTS o v v o Amidst, tho uiosL attractive BUT- roundlirfea and u profusion o! autumo foliage and Mrs, J. II. Wallace welcomed on Wednesday vhec she received for the Cttst lime IhTs; season eiu-nding her gucsls iho pleasing nrlvilege of meel- ine be.- daughter, ilra. W. V. Poapst. MLsa Odoiic oE' London, England and Miss Sheridan of California. Mifis Marian McT.ood opeucd the door, Ihe guesu belug greeted by Mrs. Wallace, vrho was beautifully gowned lu black i-hamiuesc elaborately trim- nieii with silver lace, Mrs. 1'oapst, ivho woro a pale blue gown, Mis? Odono who was raodishlj attired in a Jade creation and Miss Sheridan was becomingly gowned in deep marlue blue. Mrs. W. IT. MoI.elTaud attcntled to the comforts of the quests while Alrs- A. C. Saucders led Die way to the. tei room, Tho heautlfully centred lea table wa3 presided over by Mrs. .1- s nLu jruurea tea anil Mrs. W. S. all cutting i'ne Ices. Tho attendants ero Misses llabel Wallace, Dot Liv- ngsion, Lyllan Schtvoitzcr anfl Mao fr v A v e o Preparatory service will ta Leld In the 'school room ot Kqoi churcli lo- jilEH at 7.30 o'clock. Everybody wel- come, w 1 Ths regular monthly mectlne ol the Cursing Mission Bpird will ba Uctd on Mondiy afternoon iu the Y, >L C. A- at 1 o'clock. i The monthly mecMnc ol iho "Wom- an's :Au_JHarr to the Y. M. C- A- will be held next .Friday afternoon when H !s: hoped all members will make an pHort to attend. Pupils of the "Wesley Sunday school are; Reminded that .'tlere'v'ill -be-no 1 SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS" Wu EMnhuDr Cored by E. Pinkkun't Vege- table Compound. fcr long vcari with i lima btc's, irrepiliriUes and pain. 1 had or, a physician an- olhor but they did me no good- I read nboul Ljiia E. Pioklilm'i Vege- UblepompoondEnd short lime I felt benefited ud am Bow feeling 'flner and wilhout weak- ness ornain. llanj of my Irieodi also uVen Lydia E. Vege. Uble Compound aod by Hi.fuarr NESS, IMS ii BazzaH 6L, Philadelpbia., Pa. Woratn who mffcr from diiplsee- wcDts, irwgtlirltlcs, InnadinlBtJon, nlccritioE, bacluche, aldeiche, hfsd- acjiea or "Iho bhlea" thould ml rest naN! have riven tbit famon root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegilabls Componnd, a Irial. complluKoiu eiisl, writa. E. PioVbaai Medicine Co., Lynn, Mail., for Hggesljona. The result of 1U Vmf aperKBM Is at your Ktrrioc. THE ALBERTA ASSOC- IATION OF GRADUATE NURSES Will hoW Annual Convention! AT EDMONTON October 20-21 when a lull .vaf will fce Drescntetl. prognrn Important topics liolh prorcs. alonnl nnrt legislallvc will onmo up for rllficusston tintl II h to ]jo tiopoil lluro will iio us full at- 'rince Enjoys Informal Dance And Reception Tlio public roCcpUoii Io Ihe Prlnr.e i the moss room of the barracks of 10 mounted police was by an niormal dance. Into this im Ho5-a' llghness entered Avilli tliorougb cn- oymeot wllft all the spirit of bis Lojr- sb nature. He not the Prince ut was one of Uie crowd. Ho picked Is partners AS he chose and asted lie orchestra, on two occasions to lay luncs whicb were his .faroritcs n Ihe one-step, ThCacVerc "Jobntiy's i Town" and "How Arc You Going Io on the .There vna an absence of all ceremony. The one-step Is tbe favorite dance I iho Prince. In the eight dances which formed the program there wore tx one-steps, tlio other ITTO dances icing a waltz and a fox trot. In tho first danco the Prince hafl as ii3 partner Miss Inzola Hardlc, In iie second -Ada Murray, ID the hml Miss TAcMurray, In the fourth illss Iloxlo ArmsLrone1, In the fifth Penncfalher, in the sUlh Irsslfi LHlle.Mn the seventh' Mlsa In- ola Hnrdlc, in tho eighth Miss lie-safe JUle, Kach of tbe dances had an nrpre. Tho Prince Is a finished and a fcracc- ut dancer and a raaslcr of tho one- Icp. He moved around quite morlest- y anfl arpoarcd to bs thorouEhiy en- orJng ono anil all ol the dances. For ho most part those who danced with he Prince were. In thtlr ordinary Tcryday clothes, and he appeared to lcfc his partners fyom those who were so nfUrfid. Ha himself V.-RB dressed n Iho grey morning suit he had worn during the day. In going away after Lho gathering tad given him. three chcera and sung n Jolly Good the Prince iild "Good-night, thank: you ao much for a delightful lime." Wltb a wave of the hand ho left (ho mess room about Qimlrcr after eleven, Our gleaming cases and plenteous shelves are filled with ihe newest creations of "Madame Style." Come, sec our new fall They will please your EYE; the price will please your PURSE. Know when you come to our store that the style will be right, the quality right, the price right. We bid for your busmess'with the best goods the world's markets furnish. Modish Suits for Fall Straight of line and longer coals all (he nen' The woullcii malc-iJals aic weH ruprestiited aod though many show fur trimmings there are also ?uUs for ihe vomeu who hat> her own furs. SntL or vrlour In nigKcr has the BOW narrow hell fejiurea-, ihe convertltle collar of beaver and is irJiu- med with butVrms and heaver. Suit of DUTY serge, coai Is iiauel effect and irinnned -Tilli Inr. lias high con- Vfrtille collar and is satin liiiud, skJrl is plain nud hfKcd. Prices and PYJAMA WINCEY FLANNEL Aboul S of old' value in auraciivc itouhlc widlh. fnchcs wide. Woith a yai'J. While ihoy last, PLAID GINGHAM. We arc clearing out all our 1 Eingbani ai u special price for ihis week, iiu-ftrC J'rices ?2.M and D DRAWERS OR BLOOMERS to match. Prices 7 7 C LtlJ COMBINATIONS In nil wool, plain erCecl, shoulder slrmi. sliovl Eloevoa, V and Dulch ntctl, sizes S6 to 14. C O C Prices, JS.50, and O.tiJ 10-4 SHEETING IN PURE WHITE A goatl every nay quality. Repilnr price 51.00 TA yard. This week, yard........................... I CHAMOISETTE GLOVES The celebralcd "Kayser" raahe. Absolulclv All sizes and colors. At the old price. per pair ._ BLACK DUCHESS SATIN (0 inches wide. This number is sellinj last and should he secured al once. The finest value In llic west, n QP Worlh 13.75 a yard. Our price, a yard BLACK SILK FINISH VELVET "T inches wide. Rich anil perfect color. Special o rjr value at, rartl Men's Wear WOOI, SWEATER COATS, Kine, medium alia heavy rib in colors ol lirawn, lan. maroon, grey -t o pn Tawn. Triced at 17.50, ?10.aO and 1Z.3U JIEX'S ULSTER OVERCOATS. Marte n-llli convertible or shsw] collar in U'ecd. chinchillas, etc. Priced "JT Cft [rom'S20.00 to TWEED HATS. Suitnblc (or fall wear, in n rn yen' nent pallems, Fedora styles. Priced up [roro i.JU MEN'S CORDUnOY VESTS. Sheen lined. Price, 7 rn each I.JU Housefurnishings FEATHER PILLOWS in a larijc variety ;it doselj- rd iirices. These pillou's aipe covered wiih good quality art tlcliiriu of variots designs. .MIXED FEATHER PILLOWS. S size 1 r per pair............................... 1 0 C1HCKKN FBATIIEH PILLOWS. 0 Ib. weight, size F A Ai per pair.............................. iiOU CJIO1CH DUCK FEATHER PILLOWS. 5 HJ- I AA u-cight, size !Si2C. At pair 4.UU AMERICAN SHEETS Of really fine quality. .51 inches by inclics. 'fieautilul texture. Wortli loO pair. Our Trice, pair ?6.00 MEN'S ALL WOOL IMPORTED LLAMA HOSIERY Soft nnd warm. In black only. Price, per pair. 1.25 Grocery Department Pork and Beans, Van Camps, small size, per tin...... 12c Pork and 'Scans, Van Camps, medium sits, 2 llns for 35c Pork and Beans, Van Camps, large size, per tin .....2Bc While Gtoss .Startfi, -1-lb, packets, each 15c Custard Powder, Birds, per packet I5c Custard Powder, Cartons, 2 packets for___........_. 25c. Maple "Syrup, guaranteed pure, 5s, per (in FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES if lower, each 15c Lettuce, Hot' House, per Ib........................... -10c PoUlocSi 100 Ibe.1............................... Onions, ner ]b.........-............................. 05c Red Peppers, oer 30c Cranberries (Cape 2 for 35c Apples, excellent cooking, 4 ]bs. 25s Per case........................................ 52.2U 4 Plunis, Gofden Drop, per case J2.2G NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY PHONE 313 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE The Bay Company i cat lols of cow meat and II Is sold to thorn al Lho same price as slecr beef and lie was o[ Ihe opinion that the price or beef much loo high. Hume In Charge-- No Limit to Sugar Prices Al Vancouver VANCOUVER Oci, that EtHnp Io Lo no while waahing Mcul.-Col. II. 0. Iliiline, sitting a3 on examiner for (lio hoard cf comraerco, opened tlio probe hero lodQ7 Into Uie coat o( living. J. U. PMulIo, K. C. Tcprcscntttl the Do- minion RovcrnmcnL and D. A, TitcDon- aid, K.C., llic provincial govcromenl. Kxrcsalve nrlccfl Tor commodities were alleged Ijy several witnesses and n fnnl bronchi, out WRH that Vflncouver retail have not been offic- ially-notified respecting the mat [mum price Io he charged consumers for sugar which is 1? cctiU and Hi of arc cliarglng (hey like. This TTAS Admitted by T. J, iccretary 01 thd llrltlsh (.MlnmbJs division of Iho Ttclnll MercbenlV A.saoclaLlon ol Can- Alderman Hosktn dodnrcd Itiat ihfcc wCeka flg'o, he purchased at Kfiry on the lioof, paying 7 1-2 c nils for >vlil1n (lie heal sin brought fJ rnnU nn'l fcuvs were rolling for from 7 in S renla a pound. lie cJtdared llial llic of Vancouver WILSON'S CONDITION 15 UNCHANGED WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. AT- though no official made by Or, Graycon, it was un- derstood at the White House that there was little change in Presi- dent WIEson'i condHfon early Ihia morning. OFFERED PR1NCIPALSHIP OF WESTMINSTER HALL) VANCOUVER, II. Smith. D.D., paeior of St. John's Prca-j bytcrlan chiircli, Uas been offered the j prlnclpalahlp o( Weatmlnalcr Hall j lierc by the board of in succession to Rev. Dr. McKay, who recently left for Winnipeg. It Is llke- jly thai Dr. Smith win accept. Glacier lakes are- Io -J A J3-ycir-oId uoy of .Chelsea. Mass, flcrcs in Utah. Fs entering Jlfirvftrd University. OTTAWA1, Ocl. n en- dorsatlon ot the victory loan. is expressed by lion. W. McKotizic Klng, Tender ot Ibr Liberal parly In tbe Dominion, In ti Idler afMressoi! la Ihe minister of finance. Sir Henry TJrayloii. This Is his letter: "My Dear Sir Henry: "I am ptenncil Io joinl with yon hi tonimending (he victory loan to Mic people of Camilla. "U i3 InipcrnUrc lhat Canaan's credit slionld Tie maintained. "As the govcrnmciU Ilnda that rowing Is n necessity (o meet exist- ing obligations, it every way dc- ihlc lhat llic .nmount required shoulff, If jiossililc, lie raised TV I thin Canada Itself, I linpc, therefore, Ihftt Ihla loan mar be over-sub scribed flllzcns of the Dominion, "You appreciate, ot course. Llisl-ln n desire (o see in-; loan a success, Fucli obligation as I may have In Iho mailer ns criticizing unneces- sary or cxiravngani. public expendi- tures fs Increased r.ilhcr thsn lessen- ed thnl this cndorsnllon Is glttn iipnn ycinr assurance llui( 'the orgflnl- zfttlon of tbo and o.verythlnf; nboul It is nnd entirely non- "Vonrs flEucproIy, The saving in the Soup fW! ______ Hovril makes soups And so much M. UrCeil rnorc nourishing lhal they can often (aka Hie plice of expensive joints. Il saves nuny dolUrs in Iht kitclitn.' Uoviil is the goodness of Ihft best strong [hat it cannot possibly be manufactured in cheap cubes, Insist upon the real tiling in the Dovril bollle. WAGSTAFFE1S Real Seville Orange Marmalade AU efltf No calnMsjfast. BotltJicith cart {n Sifter Pant. PALACE MARKET SATURDAY CHOICE CUTS OF BEEF CHOICE CUTS OF LAME CHOICE CUTS OF VEAL FANCY, FOWL SPRING CHICKENS ROAST BEEF DRIPPING FRESH OX HEARTS FRESH OX TONGUES FRESH BEEF LIVER PURE LEAF LARD Alt the above at pvices lhat can't be beat in the city. We have cut out delivering which means a sav- ing of ,10 per cent., to you by carrying your meat! WATCH OUR WINDOWS TOMORROW PALACE MEAT MARKET ThirteentK Street North PHONE 431 ;