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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1914 THE LKTHBRIDGE PAGE FIVH CLARKE CO. j and thousands of LJamas 4 r praying daily for the success of one of the wider-secretaries of the Colonial Department, read a message British forces and for the repose ..o the souls of the addition .t son In the yariah room at 3 tomorrow a-uurnoou, A largo attendance iq A quiet wedding was celebrated at Wesley Parsonage on Sunday evening, when Miss Mary Emily Hill of Car- mangay, became tbe bride oE Mr. Washington Butler Blachley of Cham- pion. Both bridge snd groom Tvcre unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Blachley will reside at Champion. 4 A quiot but pretty wedding was ftt Vfcafcmlnster parsonage on Tuesday, when Miss Leoha Agiiea Miller became the bride ot Mr. Roy Whitcomb Martin, both of this city. Mias Martin, sister of tho groom, was bridesmaid, and Mr. De Joung. brother-in-law of the bride, was groomsman. knot in the presence of a lew rela- tives and intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs, Martin will reside in the city. Clubs and Societies The regular'monthly meeting of the Central W. C. T. U." will be held at 3.30 tomorrow afternoon at Mrs. Dieseth's, 1272 Eighth Ave., S., (cor- ner of 13th A full attendance is urgently desired. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Au- gustin's church will hold a social function in tho parish hall on the evening of September 21st, for which a good pi entertainment is being arranged. The regular meeting of the Wo- men's Civic club will be held at three tomorrow afternoon at the lome of Mrs. Joseph 1233 Fifth Ave. Business and sewing com- bined. Knox Women's Missionary society met yesterday afternoon, when, a splendid program was Mrs. E. U. Ryiands read the scripture les- son, and Mrs. Charles McKlllop gave a fine report on PrBsbyterial.-work. Mrs. J. R.-Oliver-read expressively "The Dawning of a New- Day" and Vliss Diessth sang a pleasing solo. Holy Communion will coleorat-ed n St. Augustin's church at 8 o'clock tomorrow at 7.30 a.m. in St. Mary's church and 7 St. Cyprian's church.. These are special St Mary's Junior Guild will meet for rehearsal at 7.30 on Friday ing. 'Westminster Ladies' AI4 will meet at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the church, when a large attend- ance urged. St. Mary's branch of the Brother- hood or St Andrew held pipuio at the river (bottom on Labor Day. Ab- out 40 members and others thft pariah 'hall at tea In the morning, and, provided with ample lunch baaketg to the river bottom. An enjoyable day was upent In games, cricket and football, and the good Rev.-. J. U. Francis tied the nuptial things provided were certainly, appre- elated at the lunch hour. St. Christian picnicked at Henderson, Lake afternoon and enjoyed a miny tlnwi in games and sports. A dainty imp- per menu served, md the whola event was a pleasure to-the large num- ber present- In the egg race managed to arrive many early in the season to meet services on account of the and Mrs. Harvey, who bad been staying there while their son school in that country. .They had arranged for a tour through part of Russia. They had reached Stockholm when itfe news seemed so serious that they those at the front will be specially remembered in prayer, The Young Ladles class of Wesley Church, will meet iu. their room at" S sharp tomorrow evening. Monday at one a merrjl >uach of .picnickers, consisting of 10 of St. Andrew's church ladltefl'- Aid, 'board of managers and eefilpn, set out In three coaches for thai- oE Mr. J.'W, McLean, three northeast of the city, an interesting programme of upbrts was run off and a number o! amateur records were smashed, especially. Id the eprlntlng contest one contestant first with tha egg in two parts without to broadcloth. The came a five-legged race Vijen. all mixed up together in rounding1 er. The Ladies' .Aid .won ft trlumpbi when they took the scalps of, three professional carpenters In a nail lug contest. They secured stUl an- other in the iug-of'war, when they; pulled the managers all over lawn. The only disaster of the day ooourredl when tho rope gave way, and the grayts charge was laid against one of the eld- ers of having cut the rope to aare tha honor of tho managers. Tha olurgn will be investigated In camera. A: sumptuous supper "was then, nerved on the lawn, and tho managers drew ftven with the ladies. A ramble around the farm and a song service In the house were followed by1 the serving of Ice- cream, after which a Very hearty rote of thanks was passed to the gracioui host Tha party then, returned i to "tine city, tired but happy. Reasons Why the next time you order "corn flakes" you should specify Post Toasties They are perfect as flaKe the "sweet meat" of the choic- est white corn grown. This food comes to yon freth, in sanitary packages, sealed.tight, and with an In- side Container to keep contents right. Post Toasties have a dainty, corn to common corn due to skilful cooking and which imprisons the oven-fresh goodness and saves it for your breakfast or Toasties are good hot or served with cream and fresh fruit in season. To get a special richness of flavour, warm in open over before serving. Heat unseals this dainty flavour for your appetite. A superb pppetizingl No advance in the price o! Post Toasties Superior Corn Flakes Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Windsor, Ont. ;