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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1018 THE LKTIIBRIDCiK DAILY HERALD I'AC.K SIvVEN Are Your Breakfasts Always Late? Try, Try, a Tr-i-cqlator each Demonstrator at L. C. Teeple's Store Tomorrow PHONE 1224 Mrs. Pearson and Miss Eva Pearson the holidays in Macleod. 1 Mr. John Home left yesterday for Calgary, where he wil! spend a few days. Miss Edra Smith left yesterday to jipend a week with friends in Cal- gary. Mrs. T. J. McLean and Miss Jeffre. of Lethbridge, are visiting friends in tho Hat News. Miss Show ot Winnipeg arrived on Saturday to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. W. H. Mnrrs. The Busy Bee Club will meet to- morrow afternoon with Mrs. W. R. Braithwaite, Bryan block, Sth Street South- Gunner Gerald Costigan. of the 78th battery, Lethbridge, spent Thanksgiv- ing In the city with his mother, Mrs. J. R. Herald. Master Gordon Grace left last night to join his mother, Mrs. A. M. Grace, who is studying singing in New York. He wont east with Mr. J. A. Roberts. The Willard W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow flight at 8 o'clock at the homo. of Mrs. Westcott, Urd Avenue North. Those who have soap wrap- pers are asked to bring them. Mrs. E. V. Doolcy, with her daughter Mnry and her mother, Mrs. Thos. Johnston of Sault Ste. Marie, Out. re- turned home yesterday after spending several months In the east. Mrs W. C. Ives, wife of Mr. Justice Ives; of the Supreme Court of Alberta, accompanied by her sister, Miss Toull and two children, have arrived in Vic- toria, where they will spend the win- ter, having rented Mr. W. H. P. Swee- ney's house on Linden toria Times. A wedding of interest in church cir- cles took place in Augustine church, Winnipeg, when Miss Evelyn Hall- Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall-Jones, became the bride of Rev. Dr. John Mackay, principal of West- minster hall, Vancouver. Rev. Leslie Pidgeon and Rev. Dr. A. Boird were the officiating'clergymen. At Wesley Methodist-church, Van- couver, second Daughter.of Dr. and .Mrs. David 11. Wilson, wan un- ited In marrlaiso to Major Reginald lllbbert Tuppor, son ot Sir Charles 1 Hibbort and Lady Tuppcr. The Broom i went through thn battle or Ypres, here lie was badly wounded. "Ueiitonia Park." Toronto, was llio scene of the marriage yesterday of Ilorothy, youngest daughter of the late Walter E. 11. Masssy and of Mrs. Alassey, to Arthur Meiviiie Guiiidlng, lieutenant In tlie Koyal Plying Corps, son "f Mr. William Gouldlng, St George street. The Rev. A. I. Terry- berry of Hopo Methodist church offi- ciated. 4 The regular monthly meeting of the Central W.C.T.U. will be held tomor- row afternoon at 3.30 in Wesley ladles' [jiirlor. Members and those interested In the work are cordially Invited to be present. Dr. Sara Detwtler will give a report of the provincial convention hold recently at Red Doer. It is re-' ciuested that all people having soap wrappers will send them.to this meet- ing. 3 The young people of St. Andrew's church are holding a social In .the! vestry of the church on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, in honor of Mr. Robert Johnston, who has just re-1 turned from the front. Mr. Johnston was one of the former presidents of the Christian Endeavor society. All youue people are cordially invited. A large number attended the thank- offering meeting of the W. M. S. of Knox church, held last evening in the school room. The request for a spec- ial ottering met with a very generous response. The Scripture lesson was given by Mrs. McKay. Mrs. McClcua- ghan read a splendid paper on "The Ministry of Money, or the Grace of Giving." A poem entitled "A Starless Crown was read by Miss McKay, and a solo by Miss Hazell was very much appreciated. Again we offer you the advantage of another sensational 'Bay' Buying Scope Pairs of ladies' and Misses' High- grade Boots and Shoes direct from the manufacturers will be placed on Sale THURS, Morning at 9 a.m. School-Days are Joy- Days to the. boy or girl whose body is properly nourished with foods that are rich in muscle-making, brain-building elements that are easily digested. Youngsters fed on Shredded Wheat Biscuit are full of the bounce and :buoyancy that belong to youth. The ideal food chil- dren because -it contains all the material "needed for building muscle, ;bpne and brain, prepared in a diges- tible form. One or two biscuits for breakfast with milk give a boy or girl a good start for the day. Ready-cooked and ready- to-serve. .'Made in Canada The Alexander Gait chapter. I. O. n. E.. have started the sewing meetings again and meet every Tuesday and Fri- day afternoons at the home of the Re- gent, Mrs. G. ,W. Robinson, 423 Sth Street South. Wallets, similar to those given to .the 20th, 33th and Gist batteries, have been started for the VSth depot battery. In connection with this work it, Is an interesting fact that an organization in Victoria, B. C., wrote to the local chapter ask- ing for a sample wallet. The sanitarium at Frank, where re- turned Sol'dlere affected with tubercu- losis are to be to receive help from the chapter. At present the chapter is in communication with the sanitarium as to the needs of the pa- tients, but in the meantime a small parcel of-comforts will be sent. Socks and'more socks continue to be the request, from the trenches and the local chapter is, preparing a ship- ment for the 20th battery. All those who have completed socks are asked to turn them in as soon as possible and it would be greatly appreciated if the so'cks were washed and pressed. For the six months since the annual meeting, ending August 31st, between 900 and 1000 pairs of have been turned in to the I. 0. D. E. headquar- ters, knit from wool purchased by the chapter. At least half of these socks have been knit .by the teachers and scholars of the Lethbridge surely "remarkable record. A good many of the. children have received letters thanks from the soldiers to the socks Each child encloses fier in a few cases his name, in the socks they knit and usually receive; a letter ot thanks from the recipient. ,Y On Monday night the marriage was solemnized at the home of the bride's mother, 1324 3rd Avenue North, ot Miss Lillian Grace Wilson Miller and Mr. Frank Brace McNabb of Picture Butte, Alto. The ceremony was per- formed by Hey. Wm. McNichoI in the presence of a number of relatives and friends. Miss Ha McNabb was brides- maid and. Mr.'John Miller supported the groom. "Ridpalth" Clothes Perfect an art. One cannot .walk store, buy-a ready-made suit; and expect it to fit perfectly.' Every hunian form It different Just the finger prints of person are different. Ridpath i The, House of Stylt, Fit and Strvlce PHONE 730 407 FIFTH ST. 8. Those .Boots and Shoes are termed nianiil'aei urers' Thai is in say slightly imperfect, hut so slight are the imperfections that in most cases these boots eould he sold at their regular values which range from up to and including the liiji'h legged styles selling today a I -S8.00 and pair. We cannot fully deserihe on paper Ihe boot bargains that can he yours if voif attend this sale. Make a determined effort and gel dowii to the "Bay Store" early Thursday morning. Included in this most astonishing array at the newest right up to the minute in style footwear are the handsome two toned effects. Plain colored styles in almost every shade made in patent, French Call'. Vit-i Kid, Glace Kid, Gunnietal and almost every make of light weight leathers in button, laced and Blucher styles. We have conveniently placed these boots in seperate groups. Group 1. Group 2. Group Group 4. 114 pairs at J7i pairs at (M pairs at 47 pairs at. .39 THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. nil 1 IPfTir' Two Monday, Tuesday MAJuSTIC a? OCT., 16 n THE FIRST REAL ENGLISH PANTO- MIME EVER BROUGHT TO CANADA. F.5tuart-Whyte faesenrs his Iftederfol Lamp. COSTUMES. Omenrai. SCENERY. Gins. ttmifiTm6 riaoDiE5. BEST ATTRACTION OF THE SEASON. Prices .SEATS READY AT MEDLEY'S THURSDAY _p_ MUTUAL.MASTERPIECE DE LUXE EDITION Ml] Eilythe Sterling and Norbert Myles in 5-Reels FANCY'S BIRTHRIGHT" 5-Reels A .MASERPIECE OF MOTION PIOTUHE PHOTOGRAPHY MISS VALL1 VALLI star of maiiy musical comedy and now ono of the most successful andI admired player! of filmdpm. "The High Road" A METRO WONDERPLAY IN FIVE this Meet? in the Cburcbes at 8 p.m. testimony meeting. MAJESTIC AT 8.30 TO-NIGHT LAST TIME HERE THE GRAND REVIEW OF HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES "BRITAIN PREPARED" PRICES: 25c BOc 75c At St. 8 p. in., intercessional service 8.30, Bible discussion class meet. Thursday at 3 p.m. Woman's Auxiliary .meets in parish room. Friday at S p.m., choir practice. At St. at 8 p. :m., pariah association. Friday at S -p.m., intercessional service, .8.30 choir prac- tice. St, Jntqr- cessional service 8 p.m. Thursday, .Holy carnraifjnion 7.30 a.m. Sunday next :is "Children's Day.'' The sermon at the morning service will deal with "Ourv Responsibility3 to the Child." At evening ser- vice will conducted by Ihe pastor. Next Sunday night the pastor will ORPHEUM THE.WORLD.FAMED. THE GREAT. DR. HERBERT TMVELUIIE KING OF HYPNOTISTS" And Company Presenting the Funniest Show of the Season. A Laugh1 from Start to Finish. preach the first of a scries of sermons on. the life of David. Appropriate mu- sic will be rendered by the choir. At at S pin., prayer meeting in the church. Thursday'at 3, W. M. S. iu the church. Friday at S" p.m., choir practice. At at 8 p.m, thanksgiving' prayer meeting. At at S p.m., Bi- ble class. At St. at 2.30 Ladies' Aid in the vestry. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Bible class. Thursday at 8-p.m., managers and elders meet in the manse. Friday at 8 p.m., choir practice. Considering the condition of the roads, which militated .against the farmers bringing in their contribu- tions, the Red Cross annual Jumble Sale on Friday and Saturday was an unqualified success. The gross receipts were with several things yet to sell, including the a Kruger sovereign donated by N. T. Macleod, and an elk tooth donated .by Mrs. Shei- lock Had the farmers who had intim- ated their intention of bringing in do- SEE THE SUBJECT HYPNO- TIZED BY DR. TRAVELUTTE RIDING ON A BICYCLE ALL DAY IN THE HEDLEY DRUG STORE WINDOW. HE WILL BE AWAKENED ON THE STAGE TONIGHT AT THE ORPHEUM...... AN ATTRACTION WITHOUT AN EQUAL Doors Open 8.00 o'clock. Show Starts at 8.30. PRICES 25e and 35c nations been able to do so, there Is no doubt the receipts would have been much larger. Prof. Janot, who was in charge of the palmistry department did a, bis business and many were un- able to have their fortunes told. The sale rooms in the Dominion Block were crcnvded on Saturday evening.'many being attracted by the dancing. The'music was furnished Ralp Geoff and Mrs. Waddlngton and Mrs. R. Long and Mrs. Cull A) together the sale was a big success and the society Is very well pleased with the result. Walter Montgomery, a bachelor fir- mer, ttas lound murdered and robbed in tiie drive house on his place In the township of lladoc At STARLAND Friday and Saturday 'SWEET KITTY BELL The above feature, after thany adventures, has arrived and positively will be shown ;