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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCtOHKH �, 1918 lilt, ll/xli, I > .--IwU-O PAGE N1NK �� �j� �J� �j� j- �^ �>* * 80CIAL EVENTS *    ����>�94>��  �  �  * Mrs. W. S. Gray entertained at a delightful tea yesterday afternoon a I her [>.home in honor of her guests, Mrs'.-Gray and Miss McGuiness. The, rooms were beautifully decorated with a profusion of nasturtiums, and the tea table, at which Mrs. Robertson poured and Mrs. Brymner cut the ices, was artistically decorated with scarlet sweet peas. Miss MoQulness and Miss Mackenzie assisted in serving. Following a business meeting at which many new members were present, the members of-the Big Sisters Class of Knox church spent a very entertaining evening, going in a body to the theatre and following this with a delightful social time which was very much enjoyed by all present. � � m *  * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES *  * c  * *  A special meeting of Mrs. M. W. Huff's section of the Wesley Ladles' Aid will be held at her home, 411) 12th street, on Friday afternoon from sKto 5. All the ladies are requested to be present. * * � The ladies' aid of St. Patrick's church will moot tomorrow afternoon for sewing at the Red Cross rooms. * * * Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will meet in the 1.0.0.F. hall tomorrow night at eight o'clock when degrees win bo conferred. Visiting brothers and sisters welcome. * v  Chief Hardy will resume his first aid classes tonight at 7:30 hi the Y.M.C.A. All thoHe who wish to take this ure asked to be present at the meeting. i *  � The O.E.S. will meet, at the noma of Mrs. John Livingstone tomorrow afternoon for 'bazaar and Red Cross work. * * * The Central W.C.T.T.r/will meet at the home of Mrs. Chas. MacKay, 803 Third avenue tomorrow night at eight o'clock. Members please bring thimbles for Red Cross sewing and any soap coupons on hand. �  � The Women's Civic Club wish to thank Miss Bawden's pupils for a -donation of $3.30 for the Christmas fund. T|his gift, indicative of the patriotism of these young people, is very much appreciated by the W.C.C. *   There was a splendid attendance last evening at the Girls' Auxiliary business meeting, at the Club House. Among othdr items of business it was decided to send very soon n shipment of preserved fruit to the Frank Sun-itorium,. any donations to which would be gratefully- received. 'Die Auxiliary will* take'Charon of a'stall at the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter'1. O.D.E3. bazaar which takes place on December 7. Two delegates were appointed to represent the auxiliary ;| the luncheon to be given by the Rotary club for Col. Beattie Thursday. It was also decided' that each member should give some sort of a small party with a small admission fee. to aid the funds of the Auxiliary. This series will soon be under way. W. C. T. U. CONVENTION ? DISCUSSES MENNONITES The W. C. T. IT. convention held In Calgary closed on Friday Mrs. G. 11. V.'Bulyea war. re-elected honorary president'and it. was voted to amend the constitution so that, the honorary president may be a member of the executive committee with voting powers. Another amendment to (he constitution was voted, placing the "V" and Local Temperance Legion secretaries upon the executive, and a third amendment giving both the Y.W.C.T.t;. and the L.T.L. branches representation in conventions. A discussion on scientific temperance instruction brought forth the sug-Igestions that essay contests in this be held, that a woman be put upon school boards who would be in sympathy with this plan and that the. un-j ion agitate until the subject be taught in normal school and teachers be re-, quired to pass examinations therein. Opposed to Special Classes A resolution was passed protesting against the granting of any special j privileges by the. Federal government j to any class, or in encouraging immigration into Canada of any people I requiring the same. This followed a [ considerable discussion upon the Men-(nonites. The president. Mrs. McKin- 150 FALL & WINTER COATS We bought the biggest and best stock of high class coa ts we ever purchased this season and we want you to get acquainted with these values and in order to do this we will make it pay you to see Ryland's stock first. and Sat. Off Every Coat at $35 and over Think what this means to you right at the beginning of the season when you may have your unrestricted choice of the most exclusive styles and materials. HERE'S A SAVING WORTHWHILE MERE WORDS FAIL TO EXPRESS NEW CURTAIN NETS We have just received a shipment, of above from Scotland in a range of exclusive designs and fine quality. Finished with a narrow lace edge and ranging in width from lit! in. to f>0 in. The color is a beautifully clear ivory tone. Prices from 70c to $1.50 Other nets from ode to $1.00 per yard. OUR COATS Are made of the most correct materials such as velour in all shades, broadcloths, plush and tweeds. Some are trimmed with fur, others with plain or crushed plush in fact there are many little touches that make them just a little different. A Ryland Coat in Every Home Don't miss this opportunity to make your selection while our stocks are at their best for remember you will pay more for wool materials later in the season. If you can't see your way clear to pay all, make your selection now and pay a deposit of $ 10.00 and we will keep it for you. Ongsale Thursday, Friday and Saturday. | I ON SALE THURSDA Y FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ands & Co. "ZIRA" MARQUISETTE A new and novel window dec-Oration. A plain Marquisette with rich Cretonne designs and colorings. Mercerized finish. 3ti inches wide. Per yard $1.15 & $1.35 MADRAS Very pretty Madras in green and brown with dainty floral 0 inches O Of? wide. Per yard ........ 0�tiO VELOUR Velour is very scarce now, and we consider ourselves fortunate in securing this shipment. In rich tones of rose, tan and green, but only a limited quantity. 51 inches wide. r" Cti Per yard .............. D*dU CHIFFON VOILE An extra fine quality of above in a (dean even sheer weave. Hemstitched edge with fancy desrign and floral borders. 3S in. wide. Per yard 55c to 70c (fhpfiudsoris Bay (jbmpany|j| nel. stated that there had been a'great deal of hysterical talk upon this subject and some talk which had perhaps been wise. Her understanding from both Canadian and American papers is that there seems to be an influx of Mennonites from the United States, and there is a general impression from these sources that these people are seeking to avoid military service. Mrs. McKinney contends that on the face of it this sort of thing is hardly reasonable. But the question seems to be, said Mrs. McKinney,'that*-there is entering into our country at the present time a class of immigrants wl\p seems to be assured of special privileges-that, is the general impression.- It is said, with more or less truth, that the Mennonites are of German extraction, that they persist in settling in groups and iu using their own language in their religiouB services and private schools. She pointed out that as an organization the VV. C. T. U. could not pass a resolution agaiust any religious group of people, no matter what it might be. but that a resolution might be pasBed protesting against the encouragement-of any class of immigrants requiring special privileges. The Mennonite Life Mrs. O. C. Edwards pointed out that some groups already settled iu Canada had been assured of special privileges, but those coming into Canada now were not being granted any. In Southern Alberta, .Mrs. Edwards said, the Mennonites carried on a community life of a time which has gone toy. They build Jarge houses inhabited by a number of families, each family livingi in one room, which was a very bad state of affairs, and In her belief they were undeslrablo citizens and should not be encouraged. When the resolution was finally brought in it passed unanimously upon a standing vote. Mrs. Hamilton, delegate from Lethbridge, invited the convention to her city for next year, and this was 1ft to the executive committee. Mrs. J. Goldie was the other Lethbridge delegate. A number of resolutions were passed at the convention, and a plan of work lor the year recommended by the work committee. The following officers have been appointed: President, Mrs. L. A. McKinney, Claresliolm; first vice-president, Mrs. Gainer, South Edmonton; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Paske, Ypuugstown; treasurer. Mrs. Craig," Olds: "Y" secretary, Mrs. Burbeck, Edmonton; L. T. L. secretary. .Mrs. Cassels, Calgary. The number of delegates present was sixty-seven. Treasurer's report-Amount handled during year $2,654.56; spent, $1,-123.49; amount on hand, $831.01). Excellent reports were given from the following departments: Press work, sabbath observance: fexhibt-tions and'fairs;, medical'temperance; scientific temperance; legislative and evangelistic; flowers, frBit and .deli-"acles, and the travellers' aid. The delegates were treated to a ride rpgrii the v district, and Mrs. Woodhall on belvalf of the Calgary unions. These- were responded to by Mrs. Hamilton, Lethbridge. Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Hislop and Mrs. Craig were presented with bouquets. * * * * o o > COULD YOU SPARE , A JAR OF PRESERVES? The Girls' Auxiliary are preparing for a shipment to the Frank Sanitarium and are asking for donations of preserved fruit from the ladies of tliei city. Would any lady who could possibly spare a jar of preserved . fruit (excepting plum) please leave it at the Herald office, or, at the home of Miss MacKenzle, 313 13th St. S. If unable to deliver please phone Miss MacKenzie (622). As the shipment will be made early next week, the Girls'' Auxiliary would appreciate having these in before the end of thjs weelc. Kirkby's Special For Thursday COCOANUT BUNS Regular Price 40c per dozen . THURSDAY 2 tic per dozen Made In accordance with the regulations of the Canada Food' Board. Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board License  Number 5-2386 PHONE 1627 J ome an c Select Your Thaiiksgiving 4 Styles Correct and Prices Right iage PHONE 457 L. A. SCOTT, Manager i . ' 407 FIFTH STREET 8.,' LETHBRIDGE ;