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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FBIDAY, OCTOBER T H E L E TII B K I D G E 1) A i tfERALD PAGE NINE TELEPHONE' Miss Kate lirnilii: ot Stirling, spending tlio week-end with par- ents. Mr. .Stanley Home, returned yester- day from a trip to Uiu California Ex- position. Mrs. tt. b. llnnlip anil Misi Hurdle lelt on Wednesday o H short visit to High Uivcr and Cal- Kiiry. is ex-peeled in Calgary the lalU'r part of the lo spend a week willi Miss Jessie Herald. Ciil- Private .V. Petrie of the (Klrd Hut- fftlion, Snrcec is snendins; a few tlnyti with friends in Hie city. '.lie oxpei'ts to bo removed short'iy 10 mi unknown destination. Mrs. 'KuiiOi'-of Vegrcvilfc, 'Allii., cotupanied hy her arrived in the city yesterday unil is visiting her. mother, 'Mrs. Dull. Major Kane is a member of Hie Second Can- adian' Division now on the firing lino. Tlie Ladies' Aid of Wesluy church is preparing a Iwmar to he held in Wesley liul) Tuesilav. Dec. 7th. Tlio decorated ami the work grouped in five .difiei'imfc'colors: blue, grt-eh, idti, yellow and purple; Any arlk'io Intended for the auction jumble sain In aid ot the Red Cross funds may bo'sent, in care of tlio Hon. Auctioneer, p. Waddlngton, 11 Slat- ford block, tjr tho Cross rooms, Acudiii block. if Miss of The is aniiuunced oi Constance J., ynimjro.r daughter ot Liculuiiant-Caisiie! Mrs. San-1 dflrs. to Mr.. Ernest K. Pinkhmn, son of the Bishop of and Mrs. I'itiKham. Mr. I'inlihain, who is a lieutenant the 31st battalion, is now at the trout with, his rcciinent. Tliu regular monthly meeting; of (he arternot.n. will, about forty Imlies Economies Worthy of Your Consideration f cur Tin, Ladles' Aid ot AVesimhisler I J vorv fvinV b" church lire holding a for'September Tl'e hostesses on Monday evening next from j Jor7ju, aU'rnoon worc FA J. Hill, .i. lo In the church. ..After supper a j Mrs R n mn-and Mrs> TerrWf good programme will lie given. Mr. K. If. Wilson entcrtainril at .'dinner last evening complimentary tu H'. 11. Dennett, J1.P, Covers were laid i lor Mayor Ilanlie, Judge .Jackson, Dr. Conylicare, Mr. A.-Buchanan, i M.I'., Mr. J. K. Hodgsan and Mr. J. The Big Sisters' class nf Knox church are holding a in tlie school room of the church on Saturday al- Ir-rnoon from 3 till.fi. Home cooking be sold. The proceeds are to he .coniiniUe-c, IMi'R. Hobcrtsoti. .Mam ami! devoted lo'lhc Patriotic fund and lo- 'ral relief. Donations- from ihe Lad wilHjc gratefully received. Mrs. G. W. Robinson, the Recent; of the Alexander Gait Chapter, l.u. U.l'j., entertained a I supper last night, after t-lic patriotic meeting, when the executives of Ihe Daughters or the Umpire and the Red Cross so- ciety and their husbands were River an opportunity of meeting Mr. II. 11 nemictt, M. P. The drawing room> were, attractively adorned with red roses, Beacon carnations ami ferns, Mrs. L. G. DeVchur poured tea and at Week End Good News from Ladies Ready- to-Wear Dept. Mrs. It. Kellogg poured coffee rehei. Donations- from ihe Lau-j table beautifully decorated with North Market :.for 1s" Ifianksgiving Dinner 20 C 20c 17c CHOICE .CUTS OF YOUNG BEEF. GRAIN FED PORK. Spring Chicken Per pound Voung, Duck Per pound Year old Fowls Per pound' We have a good supply of these and guarantee satisfaction. No. 1 Creamery Butter 2 pounds for Hood Ranch E-ggs 1 Wealthy "Apples 5 pounds for ,'iood Cooking Apples 7 puuuds for Phone1S45 30c 25c 25c I A niond rows and asparagus fcnis. K. H. Wilson, Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs Starncs, .Mrs. Cilpman, Mrs. Don- nan, Mrs? Downer, iliss Dawsnn and Miss Havvdcn assisleti in looking af- ter the ..guest.s, who numbered ovut fifty.. A pleu'saiu evening was spent in liardievillc Trinlly clltircli, on Wed- nesday nigiii, whou Hie Sunday school chfidren gatliered to bid their pastor God-speed, ou his leaving for Robert- aon College, 'Edmonton. During tlie evening tea was aeryed by the girls of the school, and games were.taken part in. On calling the meeting: to order, Mr. Ke'ilel spoke of ihe work that had been done during the past six 'months, and the.regret they all felt in losing Mr. Faiclmey. Hn then called upon MitcheB to make the pre- sentation, wliich consisted of set c! nilitary brushes and shaving glass, a pocketbook containing a sum of noney. In replying Mr. Paichney Kpoke o( the pleasure it had given him to work among the children, and in a -parting asked them to be tn to Christ, and the higher ideals lite. Mrs. Kellet and. Miss Paulin teachers in the Sund school, also spoke a few words of a preciation and regret. The social wa then'.brought to a close by tlie singin of "Auld Lang and the Nation '.nthem. LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS ill UroHldcd Sateens, extra lino finish and iiuaiity. Col- or green, mauve and navy blue. Ke- gular price Uargain LADIES' FL'ANNELETTE NIGHT GOWNS in white only, a quality that laun- ders well. Sixes to ins. long. Bargain LADIES' KITCHEN APRONS made up from strong gingham checks, will fJjCfi wear splendidly. Week-end CHILDREN'S BLACK SATEEN DRAW- ERS, good durable quality, ages 4, (i 9 yl-fi. Week-end Bargain, pair 75c Week End Specials--- from the Wine Dept. JOHNNIE WALKER'S SCOTCH: ner bottle JOHNNIE DEWAR'S SCOTCH; per bottle MOUNTAIN DEW SCOTCH; per bottle ___ WINCAFJNIS WINE 1'er quart bottle H. B. INVALID PORT Per bottle SSS LETHBRIDGE SEER ffg J-fJ Quarts, per ca.sc LETHSRIDGE BEER