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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'RIOAY, SEPTKMBKR 10, IDlD THE LETHEH1DGE DAILIf HERAIIJ PAGE ELEVEN MILADI charges. She eays she IB ay have I Mr. icd Mrs. S. J. Shepherd are en- lerlaEalne as their guest Mr. herd's nephew, Mr. Max Palmer, of Calgary. Mr. Palmer was Just recent- ly returned from service overseas. Mrs. Fred Kenny Is entertaining her Miss English, of N'ernli- cam. Miss Helena Simpson. who been visiting friends In Monarch, Is re- turning to Lhc city tonight. Messrs. O. A. Borgcu, C. T. Cousins and of Skiff, were visitors In Ihe city on Tuesday. Miss Dura N'hnmons, Society Ed I li-oss of the Calgary Albcrtan. Is In (tie, city saying good-bye (o her man? friends before leaves with lief parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nimmons, for Vancouver. Mrs. S. V. tlursl and daughter, have been spending ;i few days in the rily. returned home 111 Dow Island today. Mr, arid Mrs. I. H. Arnistruiie hive rtlurncd home alter a motor trip to Calgary. Mr. and A. hare been mideiiU of Hankhead for the past eighteen arc reluming to 'Lclhbriijge.'to icilde, Mr. A Y, Wcrls, bl Bow Island, was a visitor In! tho cUy yesterday. During the meeting of the Sir Atex- endcr Gait Chapter held in the Y.M. C.A. auditorium yesterday afternoon Ihe following grants were sanctioned: 1200 to be donated to the G.W.V.A- of IjClhbrldge. to lie useJ ID Improving (he local clubrooma; JSQ was set aside for the Canadian Memorial Dis- pensary of India, and was the portion Eel aside lor the chapter's donation towards (lie monies needed to effect the removal of ilic Children's Shelter. The cliapler also appointed a com inlttec lo attend lo the big "latt infrtule sale" appointments, which the and Mike [or some time owing to the the more wiih prospective adopters. She lias al the present lime numerous inquiries for jlrl tables und it Is ouly because boys are unpopular that the has any at present. Asked as to uhcthor there wjs any- thing the- public might do (n make the lol of these- Iota happier and brighter. Miss smilingly replied: "Yes. there are toys." Surely iherc are many borues !n ihc city where num- erous dlsrardciL toya arc stored In the attic which woulilLdo much lo In- crease, the fun or those children.. Any donations will ta gratefully accepted aiiJ cau he personally or will he called tor If the donors phone It was upon our descent iulo Ihe basement [hat the wriicr was partscu- chuntcr will Lold on Friday, Deccui- j larly impressed wliL ihc urgent neces ber 5th. TLe sale ihls year is going or ihc Shelter being removed' lo lo be bigger and bctier than any prev- [a marc sanllary-locution. The base- lous one, and tho chapter ore confi-1 njenl is one of considerabt site ami dent I y expecting .ihe usual generous'arrtmeecJ (n an iiKinucr.'but public support. The following ladies were Hppolmcd as a coniiultlee to se- lect the numerous sub-committees ne- cessary to make the sale a complete success; Mrs. DiJiuii.g. -Mrs. W. J. Armstrong. Mrs. J. G. IlobcrtsoD, Mrs, Meech and Mrs. Ainsxs'orlb. EVENTS Its location causes a great dcnl of trouble. Deing situntcit as it U on ihu abrupt edge of a coultt. when it rjtus Hits cellar receives iuore> iliat) is not l3ic Muliunil. s no lic only objccitonablc feature or its 1 ent posillon. .Immediately building's south side- is TonUht tlic ladies of Wesley church nc_ar miEhl tlijuk them Jolnea. (es at tf.30 o'clock as'H is. now Eituated flt bcra of Iho Ihc sup- per the regular choir practice be held. Mrs. Prosser's and .Mrs, N'eve'B sec- tion ot the Rebekab.5 will meet ut Hie home ol Mrs. Sclinltz. MID rith Avc. North, tonight at S o'clock'; The King's Own class of Knox church will mett at the home of Mrs. practicably surrounded by'stables and is built Immediately above Ihe. xily sewer line. Anyone visiting tht prem- ises must admit the atmosphere Is Lot conducive to longevity. Plans have hccn formulated and IVB are given assurance ilmi they will be carried out as expeditious] y as pos- jstble for its removal to a. more elcvat- j ed silo and when the opportunity comes to cH'zons to aid in effect fug its removal lei them do so wliole- A. >l. Decoon al 1 'and with alacrity. Thc Lanquet given, by the ladies of Wesley church In'thc hall last cvo- nine to the men of the congregation who hail been In service was a pro-: nounccd success. The table was set for was most lavishly1 decorated, with sweet yean. Hev. C. B. Cragg acted as chairman, and the foIloirlnK toasts were pro There will be a mceling 'of tho held In ihc Moose hall tonight at 1.30. All members arc urged lo be present. A VISIT TO THE CHILDREN'S SHELTER, BISHOP IS SAFE IU1-TIMOJIE, Md.. Sept. I1. J. Nussbuum. of Hie Cornns Christi Catholic diocese, ivlio wsis re'jiorlcd j :to have lust his life in Llie si arm iherc, i jis in Baltimore. Hu arrived at St. Joseph's I'assionist monastery, to-'I (day. I wonder how many ladles of Lcth- _. bridge have visited tlic 'Children's posed and heartily responded lo, antli Shelter and cnJoycJ a social Lou cnJoycJ 'I'1 the. musical numbers much enjoyed: pvlth the matron, -Miss Ixjwisy "The proposed by Mr. Hud- terday the such a frrlyl; ion; and" responded to by those ege and acquainted -'.prcitn't singing "Got Hie "The Army." proposed by Rev. CJ. IE.' Craicr, and -ably- responded to. by "CipOGeo." Porter. Solo by MTR. C'.ande Hughes, "The proposed by Dr. Gal- hrailh, and responded to by Mr. Hardy, Jr. Duct by the Misses Uawsori and llcndric. "Tho Veterans." proposed by Mr. TV. F. Ball, and responded to by Mr. Tom Hamilton. Snlo by 'Mr, Farrant, proposed by Mr. C. E. Cameron, and responded to by the rendering of H bv Mr. Farra] "Tho proposed by Mrs. and'responded to liy the Rev. nuclianan. Solo by Mr Alex. JoTinalon. "Tlie proposed by Dr. .1. 11. Rivers, and rcepomlcd to by Mr. John Livingstone.. Jr. Solo by- Jliss Mamie Brooks. The banquet was one oC the moat muccesstai'- eren'U ever held in the hall and the in charge arc tn he congratulnled upon the .success lendtpB tliclr efforts upon this occa- work.' Ttie rooms were' very 'home- Ike and presented a pirlicuUrly clean ppearance, the only feature noticed hat might he considerably improved ielnp the walls and ceilings which un- j doubiedly would look1 belter with n coal of nlabnstlnc. Downstairs is he office, silting-robm, dining-room, tilchen, nursery plajToom, paritry and ;ad girls' quarters (a place Miss Levrls has as yet failed to find an Inniaic for and which she has consequently con- verted into a -U( _, i lierc Is the boys' dormitory, contain- contalntng three beds, children's aalli, nursery room, containing two conditions Ihcrc. .The door, of was an- ered by Jllss y took her visiior UirouRh the rooms hntting enthusiastically about "licr" veterans beds, private assistant's room and Miss Lewis' apartments. There-arc five chlldreiv being cared for at the present time, four, boys and I one "girl wgerf fire JS months, 12'inpnthij, and infants. All of] the children appeared-well cared for ind very happy Ihe ar- rival or two had just arrived on ThesE Chapter, Ko. 32g, Women ot Mooseheirt Legion. Loyal Order ol Mooac, was duly tnslltuLcd on Wed 'ticarlay evening fn the Moost hill b) "Xjflro.-.'JV-'S. ArrowanKih. grand regent MobsCheart, ill. The following otfl wercVVclected for the coming fist A. Taylor, Senior W, Kealpr, Junior E. H. Kdlth -WaBbbrook: Record Mrs. D. Trc'a8UTt'r-7-MrB.-G. C. Farrint. Jean Violet IIMenslrome C, Smith. AL the cloce of the Initiation of' '.'officere the chapter wns" open to all ..members -of Mooac .Order, and a pleasant social evening was spent. a On Tuesday eyculug the United V hflll'yas of an' exceedingly the Tall n'ork of th6 when the gflvo their second bnnquet In honor of Inothera. The hall was tastefully decorated In blue and while Tor the occasion. The which were UU, were effectively .adorned.' The Ing loaatg were proposed, Mlsa Pauline Steiklcy acting In the capacity of f "Tbo proposed MIis Pliylla King. "The Sunday proposed by Miss Marjory Smith, arid fittingly re> aponded lo by '.Miss llnth Ilrown. "Our proposed by Word man, and replied [o by i '.'Mrs. WestCoU. V i "The proposed by Mrs. King, replied lo Miss May llornc. I A phorl musJcal profram en twins, weighing six pounds cacli. were lucked coinforlably away hi' the bas- in tht nursery room. They were ivce cute things, red-headed, and have heen christened by Mils Lewis and Miss gpofce) or'-'.ihc hardship .she :slic was called -upon with' her RED SEAL lolalwed'ty Interettlog and !n- ilrucllTi MdrttMs.' Mitt; o< Ike She1 ter, ipoki 99 Mill i Tliltlng detcoocsi, tooki "Eflcounflot SV'erti to Mils Dflnly addressxi Ihote pret- ftnl.on "The Imporljnce ot Medical Inspection' In Schooli." The singing of lie Iho Ti'e Hindu" and "Ood Ihe King" broaghl In a clnac highly dc .-.ttlliltul inil keiioljclal Rockbottom Prices On Choice Fruit -morrow We are able lo offer the following prices on lutely the.yiry choicest fruit tomorrow. Housckcjep-" p ers will be able lo use No. i quality at'these prices.. The gt'ape season'is nearly over. 610 Baskets No. 1 Concord Grapes, per basket SScV; Peaches, per crate Ripe Tomatoes, per basket...........'.', ASc-. Bradshaw and Planu, No. 1 quality, per basket M Bardett Pears, No, l! .'u; THE BEST IS ALWAYS HERE PALACE CONrlCTlONERY! Comer 4tb ATC. uA Stk Street 1 Study this List Carefully and you willjind it will pay{ you to do your Shopping at the Bay Rifht now we are showing large selections of the newest styles and materials in fall goods at pleasing prices. Our Fur Department has many things of interest for you, no n ew season's fashions were ever more appealing to femin- ine tastes than will be found in all departments at the Bay this week. end. SECOND FLOOR NOVELTY SUITS WOMEN'S SUITS We have a very select sii owing, embrac- ing tho season's smartest styles. Many fur- i rimmed, olhera showing profuse button, effects as well as vcstees in i-harming de signs and colors. In all wool garhcrdine. Coats made in semi-tailored and Russian blouse trimmed with Australian unpluckcd beaver. braided panel eltecls and button trimmed. Lined throuRhout with sood iiuwlity eaiin. Colors cbmo in navy, brown, burgundy. Price JUST ARRIVED, A SHIPMENT OF DAINTY BLOUSES In crepa de chine and eeorgcUe (c-atur- IDB Ihc'new Uusainn LlouEC, made of latest figurcif georgette in shades of nai'y aaU saxc, and navy and grey. Prices CHILDREN'S PRETTY PUUSH HATS AND TAMS to til lillle lots uj) lo sii years. Jiadc of good quality pjusb. 1'rlccs n Cft {2.25 ana .........................4.OU BABIES' BONNET in whilo corded silk anil conjuror. Trimmed "vvilb pleated edging- and lace. Price, 79c lo A FEW ODD LINES IN CORSETS lo clear al a bargain. Odd sizes. T'rices }2.48 and 2.25 HEAVY UNDERWEAR OF WhiiCH WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS IN LETH BRIDGE Full liii'c lor fall n-ear just arrivcJ.: Udics'VlVool Vests ivilli silk bar, "n'nklo IcngLh arid.sliorl slcercs. o rn i.bU bavc Iliis panic lint1. o[ SIHK-. AND VEST wilh low V neck anil no slcfifc.-..M...................... ALSplLAplESVSILK AND VVOOL NoVsleerc, low V necli. o: LADIES' COTTON UNION SUITS! Ankle k'nglh, sleeve. 9 7P [or'ladies In heavy fleftce-lincd collon. or -Price I.jD' LADIES'--; ANKLE LENGTH COMBINA- TIONS Ttitti rnfljiunijlow neck anil shor! sleeves in. heavy fleece lined. Extra CUL size. The finest llpe ol unilcrwcar for stout 'O OC fricc LADIES' COTTON FLEECE LINED VESTS n_cci; and .short sleeves "'ith dainly Torchon t- fA Price liOU -THE LATEST THING JN LADIES' FALL UNDERWEAR..Flesh color, suits, low .neck, no slr.cvos, finely bound. n rrt Price, suiu 0 .Oil SECOND FLOOR NEW ARRIVALS Jardiniere in Flemish wntl Old