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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 11MS the LETimninr,k daily herald page eleven !  * PERSONAL  ?   The U'lllard W. C. T. 1?. will meet with Mrs. Illdpath. .MO 12th St. A., North, on Thursday afternoon at 2.::o. m   The Clrls' Auxiliary will meet at the rluh house ttmlRllt ut 7.30. Will the members who are making donations of fruit please leave them at the Herald office, on their way to tlio e.lub rooms. m m m A miscellaneous nbower will he held 07 7lh Avenue, tomorrow afternoon.    Itev. X. ('. Ilray of Maelcod will preach at St. Mary'* i iiurch neit Sunday. � *  Mrs. flosowarn's section of the He-i bekahs will meet with the executive Icommittee at the homr of Mrs. W. I. ITnytor. 1225 3th Ave. South, on Wed- nesday night nt. .".o'clock.    A very important meeting will be] hold of the Major .lack Hon* Chapter | I.O.D.K.. Wcdnenday. Oct. ifith, m |! o'clock, at Afrs. Hotelier's.   � There Will be no meeting of the V ll. I. T. of the 1'nited church toi.lglii. The regular monthly meeting of the mush; department of the Mathesls club will be hold tills evening nt the home of Mrs. !'. A. Stollze. MOT :ird Aye. South, at S o'clock.  a � Will nil those ooMribininp to the Knox church overseas parcels, kindly send in donations tomorrow (Wednesday). If packing is not. finished on Wednesday It will he resumed on Thursday. The committee are asking for volunteer helpers..    Tin; member.* of the Major .lack It'�s> Chapter I.O.D.K will meet at the home of Mrs. Conyheare ;it. i'.t."i tonight for some special work.    The chicken pie social that was held at the Hyssop school house by the Sorosls society on Friday night was u great, success. In spite of unfavorable i weather condition*, people from the icily giving it. splendid support. A chicken supper was served which was very much enjoyed, followed by a program and dance. Imrlnir the even ing n life membership badge was pre sented la the president. Mrs. Kd. Mr-Kengfu, os a surprise. Two turkey.-, were raffled, the live tin!:: y donated by Mrs. W. S. (liffiti. going to Mr  ioorge Van Home, and the dres.-ed turkey. donate(l by Mr;*. Kd. McKi-nzie going to II. ('. Harvey. The proceeds, which amounted to lien, are to be used for patriotic purposes. The so clety desire to thank all those who helped to make tint affair such a mic-cess, for- the donations, mid the pit; donated by A. B. Unpen. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE AT "THE BAY" WEDNESDAY 100 on Your Money THAT'S the percentage and more, that n few dollar* spent on your teeth will return to you. Let us pu! size. Kconoiiiy Price ...... ECONOMY PRICES large size. J No fuel shortage You riin diimiet from your mind nil uorriei about the ii Inter fuel profiler* by (dti'iig a trip or Kpendina the winter IN 7 BRITISH COLUMBIA, Winter on the Pacific Couil is so viUd that ordinary outdoor activities are followed mth perfect comfort. When the need of fuel develop*, '.he source of supply is right Qt hand. PLAN' TO SPB.VD YOUIv WINTER ON THE COAST-OR AT LEAST TAKB A VACATION Tltll" milUNO TUB HARM-1S8T WBATUBH. Accommodation for transients or families providod either in Vancouver or Its many beautiful RUburbs Immediately adjacent to # tho city. Coat of living is reasonable. 8end today for Illustrated folders telling the comfort and enjoyable time Vancouver offers you during the coming winter. Free on llequesl J. R. DAVISON City Publicity Comnilsiloner Hoard of Trade UUlg. VANCOUVER, '> NURSING MISSION REPORT ! *>>? : : �* * .-.\ l'us. Mr. Peter Hrice and Mis? Myrit,, Mervlu, both of Thompson, Alberta, woro united ill marriage, the Hov. K. A. Davis, Roctor of St. Haniithas, otllcmt-ing.   * WBAVER-S'OURNSON-At Si. John's church, Medlclno Hat, October Uth, Mr. James Weaver was united In nmiTiagn to Alisa Mary Soronson. both Ot Bow island. Rev. Ufj iThoa. Wilson ^7oi"Jtd Uw umniuge cei eaiou^, 2"i pairs Dark l'!-!-.';-t .. weight r, lbs. Worth  o nr Kconoiiiy 1'rlci . p-ilr.. r.n pairs Dar', ijfy Hlinl..-'-. .", lbs. Worth . . " J qq Kconomy Prlc v..;r 1 bolt only i...... garui"itt �. m 'Uioiiiy f^Q i'- i'l.......�r\. 1 I Mii'.y. !:..> ,' P.tbb.-d We'd .!'�!-".. Suit-. tmni :: t" ('. vi ir U'-c.-.i'ii: J'. I a IVn-i; ...... 1.98 These Pri-.,' f..i- V/cdnCBday ECONOMY PRICES FROM THE Footwear Dept. M'-nV P-ox Calf Pools, bluch-. r i r. with bo\ toe. si rung and durable, all s(r.e�. l/eiioiny I'ti.c ... 3.89 (i,l,l of Ladles' Hoots lo patent l":tth' r and gunmetnl Kltiir-r litlllou i>" l.ii-e, -ilzr 1"  in -I'a. Kci'iioinv I'ti. -............ 4.49 ctiiidn-ii's lliioc. In cuiimctal btittnii style, and l.ld. bVliher i ut. h|/.i-s to T. I'lcotimiiy Pi ii i' . . 1.99 Lada-' Ilotise Sllpp'rs. kid uli'i four attajji, mid neat bow. uti vamp wide fitting, u''j to i:ci>(iotny Prl- .... 2.29 59 c 2 piece of Fancy I'l.ulaid. i real snap la-ononiy rn Price, j.i!! ............ OVC 1 bolt only. White Flannelette. Worth -l"i-. I'Teonoiny Price, yard ---- 1 bop Striped l'laum! y 26ic imI l'launi I Worih Hie. Kcon- nz> 1 Price, >ard These Prices for Wednesday ONLY Cbrming Silk Waists W- I'..i\- path, ted togeth.-r ail our ODDS AND ENOS IN SILK WAISTS aval, irrespective ol tin- cost n, us have placed them iii two itloiili I'm;., f ill"- newest creations are Included here, pien�ii(ilig an iiii'.it. i � di-l.ti-d otiptirtiiitlty ol -�eiifiiig a ii-ully Muart uud individual �,ii ' a: a ut. tt-ly nominal pri� -. lake tho. i hamc and ECONOMIZE. GROUP No. 1 Coni-i-u of J", llagtilal Waists, laugiiig in price up lo T.',. The color* aie white and mail" and '.ii  models ale the veiy laii-t. ECONOMY PRICE $3-73 GROUP No. 2 '.'1 lleautifiil Walstn of Crepe iln chine. Prices as IiIrIi as |ir..!io. in colors nml/.e, canary, mm., white and pink. Some ure lieml. cd, others embroldereil, all are very choice. ECONOMY PRICE 1 Qheljudsans Bay (jbmiiany LIKELY 10 FALL Publication of Letter Shows Him As Wolf In Sheep's Clothing. London, Oct. 1",.-Dispatches from Holland report there -Tb a probability of another turnover in the tlermnn chancellorship. Tho Jlcrlln National '-CoituiiK prints a report of a meetiuK hold on Saturday by an Inter-party conttuittne in which iliHcusalon turned to this letter Prince Maximilian wrolu lo Prime Alexander of Uohtnlohe. rc-vealliiir a markedly different attitude in political affairs from that proposed Ut his recent address before lite leich-stag. The committee, ticcnrdliiK to tho nnwspnpii', JicofiulKHil the >a!tua-ti*\ produced hy tho pttpllcution of tho loiter, which roidured Prince Maximilian's retention in otlico -doubtful. Tho fiiy Prince Maximilian in tlic chamber nf deputies at Ha don. Tills iiddve-s was knows as Maximilian's "sermon on tho inouui." The text of the letter shows that Prince Maximilian was re.u tionar} in his pear for married ministers, jl.uOtp for unmarried ministvrs. and $Suf> for probationers. At the. same session tho conference'approved the raising of tho scale of superannuation. Retiring allowance of 515 for each year of a mlnlator's service and $10 for minister's widows were definitely decided on. Winnipeg I'kraltians will erect a hall to coat $200,000. St. Cyprian's-Friday at 8, choir practice at tho church. St. Mary's-Tonight ut 8:30. Vestry meeting; Wednesday 8:30, Parochial association; Thursday at 7:45. U. A. Friday at 8. IntevceBsion service; at 8::to, choir practice at the church. The .I.W.C, will not open until the schools reope.u. Next Sunday: liar-vest Thankuglving services, which will be conducted throughout by Itev. S. C, Gray of Macleod. Christian-Union prayer iiiceilu< meeting will be held at 7:HO In Kno* church. Thursday evening, choir practice. Friday afternoon, Ladles,' Aid will meet for sewing. U.D.S.-The Relief society meeting has, been postponed until Friday at 2:80 In the 1..U.S. church. Subject, Gone-ology. Christian Science-Wednesday at 8, regular testimony meeting, St. Patrick's-Friday, a inlsceilsn* oous shower in aid of St. Patrick's bazaar will be held at the httne ot, Mrs. A. C. Sauuders, VU'l Sev%ut� A"vonue, ;