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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 9, 101D Mil'. l.l-.llllimLJUf, IWILl llUMALI't. PAGE HOSTESSES. TOMORROW Mrj. f. liris been Itic gueEl of .Mrs. Cnughcy during Ilic raEt fc-A- [lavji, rclurncd to Ijcr Uomc in Dow Island loJny. r It The many friends of Mr. 3 ol Foremost, who recently phono ISV' or phone 1578. so I WIXNil'KO, Ocl. or I com.nilU.'c may know IIOYI many to are i.rrmir.c.Ntly to i provide for. TiekclE lc sccure.l by telephoning Mi'j. O. W. phone 1852 or Mrs. R. L'JIIK, ISTJ. A mceliiiK of Ihe LellibrldKc Lilies' Ancillary lo the Y. SI, L'. A. will bo held in the Y. M. O- A. auilllorlum nt tomorrow (Friday) attenioon. Will nil ineraljerB please attend as it In most Imponaiit that we li.-ivo a eoo.l Novcrauer. attendance In imlcr TO enable us to six tt-nls for it ride on ihe r.trecl car H to be tlti-iilcd iblt acconiiLLif to T. A. Hunt, iky sol- itMor. Tho intTC-ase yestcrilay tuay lie tiiKcn uway whe'i lilt ciiy's lUiiLn cxk'o 'lucstioniug the the public utililEes curu- remits before Kitig's bcnclt loa'.ird tho i-nd ol lliis month or continue worlf. TIio Major Jack Cbajitcr, 1. O. D. K. will hold their regular monthly As ihe tjie im-.v tl'.p t-ily filed i its slMeineiH or claim RjiunUy, CX-i. I Tlie company lias 16 Jiiys lo file i AsVccI in lo Ihe roimL Ilia' m'eeliue tomorrow ulglu in ilic Y. 51. lr. llaymonil Van lleckc, brother ol the hriOe. Following tho cercmonr a reception was held at Ilic home of hnde s parents, where a large number o( guests cnjoycrl Iho privilege ot Mrs. II. X. Taylor. 125u 4lh Ave. inK Ihe novrly worts their best.wishes, i north.'entertained on evening I Mr. am! Mrs. Deshamals lett on. in honor ol her son, Norman. The itc afternoon train for Calgary, SOCIAL EVENTS v Tlic general has Riven no hint of Ilia I retiring at any public meeting !n Cnl- but recently at n smoker held in bridge, be .said gootl. i bye and intimated lhat lie v.-ouM soon be leaving military life. He Ins no word of the definite duto un which lie may obtain relief of cominnnil of this district and staled that he had 110 idea who would lucceeJ him. 11 lias been surmised .for a long j time in military circles, however, that 1 Ihis district would eventually be of- fered to Ilrig.-Ccn. A. II. Dell. C.M.G., .laic, commander of Ihe eisth infantry bruadfe', second Canadian di- vision, who lelt Calgary in 191fj in command o[ the 31sl liallaliuii. Gen. IJoIl was on [fie permancnl slalf of Ihis district for several, years before the, war ill the capacity ol A.A.C. monton and points north, where their j honeymoon will be spent and upon i tliclr return they will lake np resid- ents in Ihc Victoria Mansions. Tho groom-s Rill I" II" bridesmaid was p. string of I.a Tnsca ncavls. Amojie Ih" Kills by the bride -was a silver lea service anil a library lamp from Ihe management .v ,vi. given imil staff of the I.ethbrlilgo Herald, in list cveniiujMn Hall unilpi-1 wliluli omce tho bride hail nccn an gue-ts wcro amuacd by music and panics nnd p. long auto ride. Dclicloiu refreshments wcro served. The guests included-.AlyrlTft IJarbe.v. Freddie Dc- 'iiiy, ik-li Larolby Delay, Hcsjic Hooker, Earl Hooker, Hiiby .Munro, yvohnc Smith, Dorothy Smith, Mny IlulLon, Isa Hulton. IJnby Crnlg. .V'Vcry dance tho auspices, of. the DiuRntcrs and Maids of The music was '.'Accllent and n Ihoroughly .enioyable evening was provided Ihoac'ln nltend-, member. CHURcHES'AiJC SOCIETIF.S At'tlic ol Dio iimti. Inatfini committee: of thi: N'orth bridge Chrisllail Endeavor Society. held on Ocl. 3rtT.for Ihc election of of- j fleers, the following appointments v.-crc'niaile: Hotl. Prca., Mrs. F. King; I'rcs.-. Miss II. Korgan; Vtrc-Prcs Mr. .1. Coldlo'; Sec.-Trcas.. Mlsa J. Lakle; Prayer Mccllriz Cmn.. Miss M. Harlc- mnn; Missionary Com.. Miss Matron; Flo'A-ar an3.. Vlsllln? Com., Miss M.' Kennedy; Com.. Mr. J.GoIdlc: .Mllilc Com.. Jliss A. Moorly; Rncial LETTERS FROM WOMEN 'Riis is one of the letters submitted iit Ibc Herald's "The Advertise- ment That Interested .Mo llin Most" composlllon. Tlio Judges consldercfl the Itillt.-- only; they were not rctiiicalcil ;i express their views on Ihc advertisements but simply to decide whTcli latly wrote the best letter. OTTAWA, Oct. Canadian j for the Prevention of Tuberculosis opened Us annual j convention at tbe Chateau to- day with the presentation ot the sec- retary's report for tlie year iiy Dr. George Porter of Toronto, and RTI interesting panor on X-Itay in the diasnosis of puluionarr tuberculosis'1 by Dr. llarolfl SI LovcH. The afldmss was illustrated lantern slides. More than 100 delegates were present from every province In tlic Dominion n numlier Ironi Ibe New England slatos. In Ms report Dr. reTcrrccl to :i liiimticr nt new tnnalorla und oliicr iiiatiditcy for the treatment of lubcr- culosls established during Ibc year. Important measures liave liocn (nken by tlic (lepartnient of agriciillurc to Kiiani against contamination of milk. Great jultancea have been ciadc by the of poldlcra' clrl IfeliTncTil In conjunciion wilh tiic To- ronto t.'nlvcrslly research bureau for Iho cnrrying out of serolocical testa on both military and civil cases. Edu- cational posters hnvc been distribut- ed." Jlosinasln, Alia., Sept. 1, 1 Herald, f'oin.. Mr. T, Slmmoncttc; Com., 1 Gciilleineii: Kennedy. >i 1 nm Rroccry At' Iho mcctine of the Daughter.' and Co.. ns 11 appeared in Ihc llcraut 01 MEETINGS Seoul Notice Tubs i r -i mcel in L'nity Hall at 7-oYlocli hclosing Ihp fresli Iri111 al1 Scout Master Iloolli. advertisement of Ihe (.trail _________ Molds of England l.uirl last "ovcnini; ii i Aug.'zo. 11 appeals lo me ir.osl because u-an dccldcil that the thinl whLil drive n advertises some o! Itio nccccsslfiej Y.M.C.A. Auxiliary Metting A meeting of Ilic Ladles' Auxiliary lo the Y.M.C.A. lie hclil In ihe (o M given under nnsniccn ol Ihl? i of our daily living at prices decnlecliy Y'.M.U.A. auditorium at 2.30 ioinnr-1 irganlzatlon would bn liold In aliout s than those we pay onr rov; afternoon. all Ihn' two uccka lime. Full nnnouricemcnl dealers. jiocmbers pleaFn nltend ns II Is most I nil! be given al a Inter date. Situated ns we are. twenty miles important ihat we have a good' nl- from our nrarcst town nnd Tlio jinislc department of Hi" .'.Tatiitigls Club will meet at the home. df.JI'rs. W. I.. .McUcnilo 5lli Avc. f.oulli. this ercnhig at 3 o'clock. Tlie Wlllanl nnd Central W. C. T. Ti. will meet at Ihe liomc or Mrs. Wblildlnglon, Hlli St. soulli. till! nl S o'rlock. auco 13 A full attend. Dominion HcbekBll LodRe No. will hold. Us regular mcnllng in liin I. 0. .O. V. hall tonight at S o'clock. VUltliig sisters nnd brethren welcome. i TJln fir-it rhcctiiig of Ilic1 ilclintini! ,bo hclil. (n Ilia 'IV' Auditorium. Anyone intfrest- nd'fn' tlcldttliijc' ant! .punll--. spe.tklnB to attend and help set this a stnri. Tho ivorit'of Ihis hf. nude very intorcstiiiE Ji Ibo inlcntlon nf thn cxectitivc lo select all Subject inatcrkh alpng .the line of live rub- lie imucf. 'Thin the nlll lie of Komo pracllcal benefit mill It ought to create public Intercut. There will lioinl. mnll order shonnine In an abso- lute neccHslly. The demands of soc- and fnrlilon are not so liard to k'cen up vvilli ns In ihe case o( the i-ily (Ir.Tlldr. but we must cat to live, therefore, it behooves us to spen'I economically ami wisely. Another reason this particular ad- vertisement appeals to me, I was raised where fruit grows In abund- ance, and nflrr twelve years on IjerM's tho for real frail hanging on treo Is as slronK as it was ilic first 'year here. Tlicn agnln the droneht o( Iho. rasl Ihrcc yearn lias dejirlvcd us ot our gardens, ns wc-ll as our whcnl, so thai Krten vrpetabk-a arc a luxury .we read of hul seldom I liavc found tho Ooor] Co. rellablo both in (insllty ot goods and service rendered. Would Uiat distance could be annihilated. It ivoillil flavo us dol- Inrs mid us ft greater variety of Ihci IhlngF n firm nhoulil prodiic under llvnblo condltlione. llospcctlnlly MUS. W. C. SKIEI.US cndiincc In onler to enable IH to con- tinue the work. C.O.F. Meeting special meeting nf the Canadian Order of Korcalers will IIL' held In Hie K. of I', hall tblj cvrnlns al clgbt j o'clock. A iargc class v. Ill bo for rnSMallon. plcarc attend. Visllors i Appear At Your Besi-liuUnlly Tf a sudden caller or en uncicxt.d In- >C3 can feel con- fident of ilirayi it your In moments LI renders lo a pure, ioft complulon thai li Thanksgiving Stock Complete jn Every Chosen with painstaking care to meet the, needs of the most particular and exacting women; displayed to the best possible advantage in> a variety of choice that would do credit to stores in cities many times larger than Lethbridge, and characterized throughout by extremely moderate pricing that at once convinces the best judges of value that it means time and money saved to shop at Oarkes. Three Dozen New Hals Jusl lo hand ihis week. lo Mauy iitw ideas are embodied In tins ThaiitcssivInR showing, which is far anil away the finest collection of uiclusirc models ever here. Just one. of a klud. New York Evening Dresses Now ready for your approval. to 590.00 TWII iliiten Loiiuiirul :nndela Jusi releicgtl froni the cusiom-. Dainiy. aiimciivc- c-vcninc colors in the styles we tiavr: h-jd !o thow. 0110 til u V.lud. Extra Women's Rat Coal B1SO.OO A beautiful warm coat, selling at less Ihau present liricc. Wo ilicar very early btfore the sharp advances for this season ivere put on. Made of very full furred, well matchcil skins, dark rich color, .1 S'J inch sweep, 'li-ol throughout heavy silk poplin, large collar add sizes up lo 44. Wondertutly gooJ value at the Price. Thanksgiving Stocks of Outer Garments AS FINE AS YOU'LL SEE IN IARGER CITIES. will by for Thanksgiving shoppt-Ts rur the riral linns tomorrow :iml Satur- Jay. New Suits and Coats, New Skirts and Dresses, New Waists and Petticoats, New Kimonas and truly wonderful showing of the most favored styles of the entire season, present- ing values fully as good as those of a year ago. Suits For Thanks- giving In most attractive styles. S77.50, up to S125.00 Coats For Thanks- giving In great variety. up to THE VERY FINEST AND MOST ELABORATE GARMENTS CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS PRO- DUCE ARE NONE TO GOOD TO SUIT THE WOMEN OF THIS CITY, AND ARE ON DISPLAY IN. OUR BIG READY-TO-WEAR SECTION IN AN UNUSUALLY WIDE VARIETY OK CHOICE. Goss-ard Corsets The one recosnizeJ perfect .corset BTiiong oil front-lacing makes. Eaflorted by physicians for their perfect lines and adapt- ability lo every type. oC figure. Made- in a great variely.ol styles Mid shqtfil'lierc in most slocks 'for slight, mcillum ami stout figurCE, Bizes to uG. Prices to 510.00 Watson's Underwear Vesls. union suits, cJ'lldreu's and InfaiUn vests anil hloomers. and heavily fleeced sleeping suils. All .shown now iu hiost. complete variety of tjual- itleB, and styles, to suit every imrse P.nil tnsle. Ladies' Union Suits, to O. S. Union Suits Specfal 54.00 Union mrde in ankle length, short sfctves and V-ncek. Ar.klc length, sleeveless, low ncik'. knee fenglh, sleeveless, Dutch neck. SUITS OF SERGES, TRICOTINES, SILVER- TONES, BROADCLOTHS, VELOURS, ETC.. PLAIN, BRAIDED OR FUR TRIMMED. ALL THE WANTED COLORS AND SIZES. Beautiful Thanksgiving Skirts FEATURING MANY SPECIAL VALUES. Special Serge Skirts Xavy anJ black, fine soil serge. Very pretty styles. Special Serge Skirts and Very fine sotl serge. Colors black, plum and brown; Braided. All sizes. Special Silk Poplin Skirts Very iirDUj neat styles in black.' navy, launc, IjroNTi, etc. BeautifulNovelty Skirts to Sliks and novelty worsteds in ivondertul show- ing of styles and materials. All colors. Surprisingly Good Values in Petticoats and Kimonas Silk Frill Petticoats Cotton taffeta lops 'with 15-inch Iviil of excel lent nunltly shot talfcta silk in various colors. Heavy Veloiir Kimonas new styles just in lime, for Ihc cole! Shown in varlens colors and in exceptionally suit- able designs. COATS OF HEAVY TWEEDS, VELO.UnS, SIL- VERTONES, ETC., FEATURING MANY VERY SPECIAL VALUES AT 542.50, AND ALSO EXCELLENT VALUES IN THE MORE ELABORATE GARMENTS, SELF AND FUR TRIMMED. t, Handsome Thanksgiving Dresses v SHOWN IN MANY N.EW STYLES Fine Serge Dresses J- Very neat new styles. Colors navy, al'cc ana sand. .Splendid. quality serge. Lovely Serge Dresses Tbe new slraiEhl Hie effects In very line gradu -serges, many most becoming" Fine Wool Jersey Dresses Very handsonia' styles, plain, tucked or em- broidered. Colors laupe, grey, sand, brown, etc. Handsome -Novelty Dresses 3crees. gaberdines, silks, satins, ccorgelles, ctcn fine showlnp. ingpf Thanksgiving Values and Silks, crepe- dc chines and Georgettes -in the neat lucked styles also the nioro elaborate mod el j in eiubroldcrcrt nnd beaded .elfects. Special Georgette. Waists The lineal models al Ihis -price we -have crec. I till] to slio-iT. Shoivn In ft great varicly of newest- colors -suck as taupe, brown, navy with, red, tol. flesh, mnr-jc. .white and black. 'up .to The Very Best Kinds of Thanksgiving Furs In Finest G'jtainable Qualities That Are Thoroughly Dependable. HUDSON SKAL, CAI'E, UKLT ANU POCKKTS. Al -I [-A AA 1OU.UU FINEST UROWX SCAUP WITH I'OUK- -1 JO pn RTS. AL Iti.OU FIKKST HUDSON StiAL SCAIIf, 1'OUK Iftn AA TAII, OPPOSSUM. SCAPK, P t Aft At 00. UU KING TAIL OI'I'OSSUM AND HUDSON" 1 1 p Art SE.U, Ar 11S.UU HUDSON SEAL AND SAB1.B SET, SI'E- -I