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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta U, 'Jllh LMUtWUK.K DAILY PHONE 1214 O C- PERSONAL IJrlg.-Geii, J. S. Sleiviirl. O.M.G.. has returned la ihe clly [roiii I holiday in Calgary, returning to Ihe city Oils itioruing- I r i Miss Jean J'ccblcs has arrircd In the city fioni AlytL, .Scotland, and. U .the KUCSI o( Sir. :iti'l -Mrs. II. 1'etblus. MeasrB. Smith and McC'ali art in- peeling al tliu Vnloii Baufc. 9 1 Mrs. Louie Coombs, of Canlslon, re- Lii-ntil lo her home today after spc'inl- Nb' the weekend In the city. Mifld I'on.-on and Miss Tracer, Mac'Uod. were nut-its iu tue i-iiy on Saturday. Violet Iteunvil iiu.s returned to the Normal school aficr tbe Thanksgiving holidays with her par .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clarke motored lo Calgary for tbe holiday. Tlllcy left 00 Kriilar for On- tario. Mr. John Su-nhotiM'. nf Coronation, ipvnt ilio holiday In ilit city. Mi.fs Mary Simpson his returned home from Calgary. Mr. 0. Ferguson, of Toronto, spent Ihe ivock-cnj In the F. la entertaining ntr KUCSI her sister, .Mrs. nttcbic, uf I'rinrcton. .Mr. aikt Mm. II. and .Mr. uud-Alrs. K. Illll spun iho A shower am! tea lu aid of the St. Ladles' Aid annual hasaur vlll LQ given a' ihe home of Mrs, 1'. Kenny. 1212 r.ih Avo. S., duriug Hie and evening of Thursday, U. K. Ktetcher. Mrs. Ritchie, Miss Holes and .Miss IJlcu-hcr vrcro Kin's is in Noblcford on Monday, Misa Kathleen Southard cnicrUuncu very delightfully at ;i young people's on Saturday evening in honor o u _MJss _SIiBiwoii. of J-elli Herald. o Canon Davidson, of llcginu, Is guest of Cauon and Mrs. Murrcll Wright while in the city on his >YUJ lo Calgary. Winnipeg failed In plea for the continuation ol tht injunction agalus Increased car fares, and will now pa> THE STORE OF QUALITY GROCERIES Our constant aim is to make our grocery department a better1 one, a more desirable source of supply, an efficient aid lo thrifty housewives- We aim al perfection in all quality, price nnd service. If net already a customer we Gelicit an please you. ffe Guarantee Satisfaction or Refund Your Money. Cream of Wheat, per package.............25c Yeast Cakes, Royal, per packet............ 05c Seal of Quality 98 Ib. 49 Ib. 24 Ib. sacks Baking Powder, Magic, 12 oz. tins, each 28c Baking Powder, Magic, 1 Ib. tins, each......33c Baking Powder, Magic, Ib. tins, each 85c Apples, Eating Jeffries, per case, No. 1 Apples, Eating Jeffries, per case, No. 1 NO CHARGE FOR PHONE 313 THE FIRM FOR: SERVICE o -j i Many arc aiiiicipaiing with pleasuie tu-iidJnx the dame ht-ld on Fri- ny cvi'iiiug !n under he auspices o[ the Diamond Lodge-, No. 71. I.O.O.K., of Cliy. mining's ihreo-pLccu orchestra will e :n mu-ndaiue. Tiic dance givi-n hsi evening In A f. !v NURSING MISSION REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER v- v Xo. or new patients 5U Xo. of old a 7 Xd. of Metro patients 1........ 1 N'u. of professional calls XD. of professional calls (night Xo. of friendly and relief calls___ J2 Xo. of business calls S5 No. of office culls Total ........................1S14 No, of patients paying full fee... -No. of nutlenls pun ft-c of patleuts careil for free... Groceries have bten to S f.jiullkE. meal to T families, fresu n-Jer of j-iillk lo i> families. underwear for he- O.K. a., Una very Irirgely tit tended iii'l a'lk'olrd .suti'L'ss. Tlic galtrly of j re-war ilays was evidenced and a good time was ctijorod by all Tbc L-nlc-i-LnliunenL com- ruiilco desire in cipress llieir appre- ciation iho splendid glvdn them by brotlicr Masons. i very successful meet In f of the Young Pcovlc's Pnigresslvu Club was licKL on Monday evening In Wesley liall. The liall was boaullfully tlocor- aied n-iih fru'ls, flo'.vcrs and grains, and a large :iudU'iice onjoycd the pro- ni. Mrs. Ilrandoiv and Miss Lewis Jto oil missionary v.-ork. Miss Gladys .ommi sinsmi; aud Miss Mary lU-ory providing tlio Itisirnnienlal music. Owing lo HID apcci-il services being conducted In city rluirchefi during Iho two Iberc will bo no fur- llicr assembly c.' ilic clol coininitlec have cbargu of Ihc inccliug. LETTERS FROM WOMEN This out' o.f Hie letlera. aubiuitled In ihe Merald'fl "The Advert Is-i- mem Thai Interested Me the The ju'lges ronsidertd ihe letttr- ooly: were not. requeued vi. -isores; tbelr views on iho advertisements but dimply lo deeldo which lady wrote the best leUer. which weie lu and thm-Ioro cf imniediale inicrt-.si. lo tlie lioust- Vi'ife. These are my reasons for ihink- iiiK Int adverMseiiu-ni ol (he Good Compauy is ihe most iutcrfetiug. Yourd trulv. MRS. JAV HHID. o o 4 c- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 5 dijldrt-n and 1 new slock- Ing? for Z cLildien, uew buuki 'or 2 cluldrtn. and new layettes for in- fants where nu iiruvinion hnd liceu niaile for ihern. lied linen luau- ed to 6 patients, nightgowns for 2 medicine su Ircsh eggs for another palicat. y loads uf coal were scut out by Ilic city ui our request, ail overcoat, und unclcr- car ivere given to a poor mau, who as Irving to get back 10 friends In 'Iniiljjog. Worn clotliiug. boots and. arm bed cloihos were sciil to a omesleader's family who seat an ap- ealing IcUer for, asbiMaiice; Hioy had o crop for Ibrce years and were act ulflclcntly clollied to leave their place. Worn clothing and bools tore given to 0 fainillcn, warm under- vcar und other clolhlng to 3 old men. Classes were provided for a scbool girl vho has defective eyesight. Sisiy-tliree calls for women for day's vork ucrc supplied: Two calls for maids for day's work were supplied. Tivo calls for men Cor day's work wore supplied, 1211 5th Ave.. Sept. 14th, Tlio Herald, >losl Inlcresliog Adverliaemeent Dcpl. IJcar Kirs: The Company's adverlisement of August the 29th interested me most. Ir was attractively arranged, concise and brief with prices given. JL on the conspicuous and was large enough to cnabl .....me to fled It without scrutiniilng the whole paper. The goods advertised were tboso A. C. who aas heen In charge ol ihe liotel. Calgary, during iH suiiinior inonili-. hay lefL ior Moil trtat whue ho will LJC connected with iKe bis horcl at ihai polQi. Mr. .NY.ilo has tc-c-n counecied with Hie I'. II. hotel syplem for sevL- yt-aris, uud Lanit- (a be known here a t-fflcii-ni orfictal. SIR ROBERT IMPROVES OTTAWA. Oct. received lie re today from Hoi SpriutcF. VjrgJuia, Indlcaio that ihc improvement in Sir Itohert Uurden's health Is slow, but satiiiCattory. Complete recov- cry, will, however, necessitate a prolonged rest. You save when you buy You save when you bake with Ejj-0 Biking Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada H EN NESEY6t WILSON The First Christmas Gift to be Considered The annual tliunk-offerhig meeting uf the Missionary Society oi Knnx church licld to the school- room OM TncFilaj- evening at S o'clock, a liirgt: iiumH'r of lailie.s heinff prea women of India was read by Mis? Jcpson. Mrs. Mi (.'lure alEo gave a. I vc.-ry instructive talk on two or-three (of ihc iiussionary charts, and Mrs Fisher read ihe thank-offurlng leaflet Tlie Ihank-offc-rhig niuountcd to including a life membership 01 Al the close of tho evening social liuur was enjoyed by members and '.'fiends. 4 Tho attention of nil the member of Ilic Kir Alexander Gait Chapter 1.O.1X1C., is caltcil to Lbe rcgula: iiionthly meeting which will iaki placo in llarjicr's- tinII (Tliursdny) aflGrnuon nl 3.30' o'clock It has betu found necessary 10 taki a further rote oil the location o[ ten Provincial Chapter 03 several of llr cliaplei-a did not follow ihc uniform vrliicli Is lhal only menihor present are tu tilled to vote. Tlie sclec tion of the ?eaL of the Provincial Chap- ter is a matter of great hnporlanc and every member is urged to kec this niGcling in mind nud he piesen The rooms of Ilic Women's Civic Club in post office will be open un Friday nlternoon trom i until 5, when wLllitig helpers nru asked {to meet lo niil in Ilic atrinciug of Lags. TliosL- who dusire lo secure Ihcir ngs and hoxes iuiiy gel game FridRy iftenjoou between 4 tmd S o'clock or on Saturday morning, IL IG inwcvcr, that boxca be tnken out on. Priiby whenever possible in order hat on early start may bo made on Saturday morning. A special meeting of the executive of Ihc Ixicol Council of Women will he held HI the home of Mrs. G. W. Robinson, -123 Slli St. S., tonight al S o'clock. t The Adult Hlblc Class will- meet lo- nlghl at 8 o'clock in Knox church. A foil nUcndancc la requested. rs. Uaivson's section of the Wes- ley Cliurcli Aid vrill meet ul (lie home of Mrfi. L. Fetter, 925 lull Rt., tomorrow afternoon. The nltenil- auco of all members Is urged. The will meet al the IIP me oC Goldie, o3S SI. C', Xorlh, on Thursday flttornooii A full aLlciulancC ta rcciucsted t King's'Own class ol Knos will nieot nl Ihe homo of Mrs. lUon, 301 7lTi Ave. S.F on Thursdajr evening al 7 o'clock. The monthly nieeiing; of teachers tnd officers of Ihc Wesley Sundaj school will lie. in tht ladies' nnv or of Wesley church lorimrrow n'giii at S o'clock. The mcclfiig of Ihe Y.M Ladles' Auxiliary will he held o: 1-tWay evening, Ocloher 17tli, at i o'clock In (ho Y.M.C.A-, nnd not. on hursdfiy ns previously arranficil. All mcinhcrs nnd prospctlivc mrm hers, parUctilarly those "who Inrc son who t nm members of (ho ar cd In mnkc fi point of lltlfl nice I lug ,IE> there tnncli Imj ni hiis'rcss lo he Attended to. MILK STATION REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER Milk was supplied during this month to 40 babies and to one sicli child. For seven of lUeEC (he fond was specially prepared. The number or sick Labies has been much less than year, and the clinic, ia being much Ver attended. Sir Adam Beck donated to Ihc St. Thomas Horticultural society to- beautifying the cily. >fayor Winter has been notified by (he steamship department of the O. P. H. that one of their liners will ho berthed at Windsor for hotel purposes. A Dainty Solid Chocolate Refuse imitations of this Delicious Confection is the one thai passes bc- Iwccn photo. It is lime lo arrange for photos for the Chrisl- mas season. We shall be glad lo discuss styles and arrange an appointment. The Allifon Studio OALMOHAL DLotK Tltc whlsl drive (o be held in Hi Moose Hall on Friday evening, nnrfe (he auspices of. tho XcxL-of-KIn Asso clallon, proniFsca (o bo a signal fine R. The committee In'chaTKC rr port every rtrlall arranged for and ar inndonlly oxpecllng a large crowd. IDA A V.W.C.T.U. has hccn formed. Ihc following etfltf officers: Frances Duns worth. N'clson. IlOcorrling llamll Ion. Corresjlonfling Secretary MUTJ IlJginbothiim. Little. Tlic girls have been nsked lo repca llit (Icmdiilsrallon they put en al the convention, at a concert In N'orll in November. A ilcpiilnflnn of soldier vsiiili'il 011 tho Sirnlfonl city cnnnr-l rcqucsihig Uiat no rcbuled m houses r.ol asFcascA over 3J.OOO, CLEAN-UPSALE After a season's selling we always have a great many odd lines to gel rid of. We shall clear our tables of regular lines and devote a full week to bargains. A week in which we are not looking for proiit, a week of proiit giving to the public, we invite all to come and look our lines over and see at least "what we arc offering." Our buyer has just returned from the East where he found prices stiffer than ever, but with the use of ready cash he has bought so that in our regular lines we can offer you "OLD PRICES" or even better. Our Clean-Up Sale Starts on Thursday Morning-Come LADIES' COATS Our new coals arc now coming in by express ilfllly, have priced Uicrn close for quick selling. also have 15 coats trom Iflst season, werlli from ?1S lo We offer you choice "GENUINE CLEAN UP'- NEW SILK SKIRTS A choice selection, fancy stripes, for .quick selling we have priced them at Easily worth one-third more. ENGLISH PRINTS hints Ihflt will -ivftsh and never fade. Wc aecufcd 50 Worth We. Our up price, per yard pifcfcs. 35c GALATEA Heavy weight. We haro a number of. patterns, Clearing LADIES' SHOES ATlhaugti tliort is a stiSrp ndvanro In shocj. we hire n i.ihlu of bargains ilitl will Icmpl. Slion norlh (fool !3.M lo arc clearing (me r'rlcc....................... Anolhcr lot 'from ?2.50 to Clcoring st 25c 1.75 NEW DRESS GOODS In Plaids, Plain and Stripe. we bought at 4 cut price. olfer Uiern tvl 9 out price, Vour choice of over n doj-.en iialtcrns, al i CH per 1 0U LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR We were roriunatc enough lasl to hare ovrrbdughl (or Ihc ECaton. sell iaOlcs' anil clilldron'a'witiler undcnvcir al last yt.ifs pficcs. "See Oicm." E. J. HILL Company ;