Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1920 'IIUJ G.I THE.LETHBRIDOE DAILY HBRAM> PAGE MILAI PHONH o PEMONAU to o hjayor Hardie is-.. .confined to'hit elf eejere cold.; Captain orgtnlier for the Uague of was la the Cdgiry IB a visitor, in tt'f clty-.witk Rev. and Barrow. ' -j Dr. and Mrs. Thomas' Lejrts hi retimed from'a sojourn-In rtfee old country, 's Mr. II. J.' Ho wan returned to Cat eaijr after spending a few days in the fa m Sfrs. Grant and Mrs. Welahbf Bar- cms were visitors Ui the city yester- daf. --'T-i! from Carman gay. P" IQ the Miner's hall and the proce used ton missionary work. Ladles of the and aU others wish- ing to help to leave the the.home of Mrs- BranUow, VX 10th St. S. The Major JacaVRosG Chapter, I. 0- D. E: will elve their final Wednesday evening dance toalfht at the Kihibi- Uou pavilion.' Splradld music will fie Kir-en by Jlr. orchestra an'd a large ittendanceSis expected. i Bible'class of the Christ hpM theit: monthly iraee't ome ofi Mr. and Mrs. AH- kei Jon-. Mpndiy even electing nejji offlcere' nttd-.niaJslilg for the ep suing year'with. Stronger and better Christian work. Ttia'iifuslc Department of tby'Matb. esl3 Cino.-'jirlU meet at the. home 6: Mrs. '3rd Ave., tomorrow at S o'clock. SOCIAL In compliment 'to Mrs. Harry Ring- wald .who with her husband, is leaving about the middle of October to make her home In Lethbrldge, Alberta. Mrs. W. tfcala'dden was hostess at a charm- Ing hjldge party Thursday afternoon at hef: home, 425 Third avenue north. The appointments were in 'yellow. Mrs. Singwald was awarded the guest Mrs. Arthur Merrick the hlghjBCOrli, .The guests were Mrs; Mrs. 3. E. BaieK Mrs> James C. ilacDreger, Mrs. J. Mrs; .H. W, Benton, and Sirs C. O. Dahl-, Falls Leader. Mfin.Muiiile Hazell .entertained very pleasantly at five hundred on Tueauay evening la honor of Mrs. W. V. Poapst who-lias been-much feted recently. Miss 'Margaret Cleveland won the hon- ors for cards and-.a delightful social enjoyed, tnents; being the cgn'cliislon. -J, More than two hundred'guests at- tended the Home Supper' fn' Knox basement last evening given-by the, A. Y. f. A. The There will be an executive meetlnjE of-the Military Chapter I. O. D. E. to- morrow evening at 8 o'clock in the G. W. V. A: club rooms. The Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet to morrow at 3 o'clock in the ladles par .jpr.J The will ba Mre. Ket j terly. and Mrs. G.-pixoin. All are urg >d to'attenJ ind'brihE their sewlm for the bazaar. Mrs. Trellvlng's section of the. Re- eXahs will meet at the home of :Mrs Schultz, 1419 5lh Ave. north on -Thurs day evening at S o'clock; Everyon please bring handkerchief donations. V fled oat. in scheme yellow' black', fall leaves belnp ased. in were fendorea'Sy Mrs. WIse.vJHss Eflith Washhrook, -a-'resS Ing .Ethel piano solo Frank .Golpman, and a monologue by Mr. Edward all of wWcli were" heartily The accompanists fer'Ihe cv- sningiwere' Jpnes and ANNUAL. ALBERTA W.C.T.U. CONVENTION AT. RED DEER The eighth annual convention of Ih Women's 'Christian Temperance Un Ion of Alberta was brought to a clos at 4.30 afternoon. It wa held In AlethoVlIst church, an Mrs. M.L.A., preside throughout the entire "conference. .There .was.-.a good representallo Irom the uroylnc inciddlng for th'e refe The prize essay in high school1 -wor on scientific, temperance 'Instructio in schools was' awarded Aim of Lament The public scho given to "Hhora Fret Dally Fashion I By perlrutle Beresford I NOVEL ONE-PIECE DRESS This one-piece dress, cut on the fa vored cheralso lines, IB cleverly devel- oped in brown moire creue. Utterly devoid of ornament, the dress depends for its beauty ou the lovely Blieeu of the'silk. Seen under different lights, It looks as though the frock is.lavish- ly timbroidered. The hack IB' elabo- rated with a long panel that eitends to the very hem of the. frock. The front is straight, hut at the waistiLnc a band o[ 'velvet ribbon Is inserted so. that slight fullness is drawn to- Yfards the sides. The neckline as the same botli back and front and is one I that will be much in vogue in the fall and winter frocks. The -End Attractions at 'S Splendid Stocks in All Departments Make Choosing An Eisy And Perfectly Safe Pastime. The Values and Styles Are the Out- j Standing Features Miss CHURCH S AND SOCIETIES :O Aid of Knoi church will be HAt'Honie" In tfce school room of the chttrcli tomorrow (Thursday) from three to five. All ladles of the con- gregation are cordially invited. i The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are holding' a whist drive to- night lit Bnrgnmnn's hall. Good prizes will and refreshments will be served. The W. M. S. of Wesley church are a-'rura school pupil. The report and fair brought''fortK th'e discussion that'w help, the cause; _ the-" general -public tor. financial "aid, giving it all ourselves. It la'.b' .have one. dollar each from twenty people than twenty dol- ara from one'person, because wo EO- ure the inlerett of the public with he cash, they have invested in the In ant for yon to be careleu about the bulb joap voit use, Keep Hie skin clear and and prertnt ikln troubles by usinil the besl of ill soaps- yet it is ni ore than ll disinfect! too. impson HEAVY ALL WOOL BLANKET inches wide in shades of brown, tan, copen, navy, wine, pxfprd. Price, '.per- yard ..v.; SALTS': ESQUIMETTE PLUSH for Coats or Trimmings. 50 iriches'wide. Per yard, and. CHIFFON PANNE VELVET FOR rich soft draping, in shades bright -black, "I A Nothing richer for afternoon Price