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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September T1TK DAILY HERALD MILADI EDITED BY "INO" OfflM, Mil K, of Vancouver, latter will attend school this winter, pint yesterday with fficnds in the, Tlie doctor will not go east until the opening nf the Creek and Mrs. Oscnr KiUmauriec of Kllk Ilivcr, RiuiBts in the city. i j Ml and Mrs. T. S. Kelterly have returned from a short visit in Cal- lames Ainl and daughter, returned today from a two visit lii Millamlle. t'aimtliaii Order and cnjoycii a perfectly line time. .Clino's orchestra i'urnislied excellent music, which combined with the splen- and Mrs. B. C. Moore, of He- 'lancing ver.y cniy. arc quests with Mr. and Mrs. R. Long and little daugli- fi hive returned from a two weeks' iisit with relatives in Taller. Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Maxwell sons lo move the first of TlilV tiirectioii ol I ho work was ttn- i ilcr Mr. Hay Hanker Shaw, wliose ex- us a stage manager, lor the' original Merry Widow made biln particularly adapted for tlie work. The smaller girls were" drilled tiy Miss Hawden, and Iliey soon showeil great proficiency in tlie light 'fantastic work, while Miss who look in charge the oilier girls, had a remarkably smart class to start with. The drills were very entertaining, anil while quite thor- ough, for everyone is entering into and! the spirit ot tills work with their the week to l.ellibridge, their inlnre homo. We regret very much lo lose tliix very estimable family iron; our Creek Kello. Some two hundred guests attended heartiest, there was u general desirf on the part of all participants do make rapid improvement, and many oilier rehearsals will be held during tlie nest three weeks. Mis. Prank Waddingtcm presided at the piano, and lie- selection followed as the pi- the dance given in s'.O.K. TaH .so. well did last evening under the auspices of the j lhc "arl al of Chusun Kriemls, Clubs and Societies teuton en route to Snnmierland, B. An inviting menu was sen'iul at half time, alter which dancing was ri'sitmed. The amusement, commit! was composed of Mr. Mockford and fUlr ,1. W. Wills, of-Nyssa, Ore-. will arrive in the cilv tomorrow Mr- Waddell, while i, it, with her daughter, Mrs. J committee included Hunter. the refreshment Mrs. J. l'. Hrown, Mrs. Puhrsun, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Illivml .lamieBon leit for Cards- 6 ion this aiternupn where be will acl ludge at the big annual Musical tival lo be. held-there this even- Ing ind 'tomorrow .evening. Mis. and little son leave tomorrow on an visit" to Toronto, Ottawa, Rochester and New York. 'vMi anil Wi'S. liavid Stone Jt, tctday with friends in .three ty en route from 1-losiner to Ttapid City, Vheit they will make their home. Gladys Downer, Westminster returned thjs morning from (an vlenjcd visit in Winnipeg, where Sh was honor at social functioi a number of Mrs Dr-Warnock and children a t week for Ottawa where The Art club will meet with Mrs. J. 11. Ross, 301! Ttli Ave., A., S., on Monday afternoon. The W. C. T. U. will hold a sale of homo cooking in 11. A. McKillop's store .tomorrow afternoon. Tea will be served from three-thirty to six. Tile Missionary Auxiliaries o! Wes- ley ami 'Westminster churches held a most, successful Rummage Sale in the Miners'; Hall, North Xethbrldgb, yes- veriiav. At a meeting of the executive of the Westminster Church Sunday school A splendid rehearsal of "Billy Tay- lor" was held in the Conservatory of Music on Wednesday evening, when, in spite OL very inclement '-weather the attendance, was very good. Regu- lar rehearsals will be held every Mon- evening, tl was decided lo hold dar and Thursday evening, when all b; V "Ra v Dav" exercises on Oct. 20, ntercsted are cordially mviled. Ar-1 t Dry-Farmins Congress Sunday. Exer- rangonients are being made for the i J i appropriate to the occasion will principals to liavc special afternoon' Vl practices, of which will be given later. be arranged for. In future the pas- tor will at two mid-week prayer meetings ot the month deliver an ad- dress hearing on the pedagogical as- The first rehearsal or the children pect 01 Sunday school work, who will take part in the kinness to I K he given by the Lethbridge Board Control of the Congress of Farm Wo- men im_ the auditorium on Thursday t young, men of church are opening evening, Oct. 17th, was held yester-J Ipr the winter. A meeti St. Andrew's their usual club "ll be day afternoon at the hall of the Cen- tral school, and there was a very large turnout oi candidates for the numerous positions' to be filled. held in tlte church basement on Mon- day night, Scut. 23 at 8 o'clock for the purpose ol re-organizing. 'All young men cordially invited. The I'urish auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's church held u splendidly attended jiituUig yesterday afternoon. The lad- ies decided not to undertake any special work during Congress .week, biit .rather "Co'devote all their ener- gies to their bazaar ami concert, which will lie held oh November 3th. The next meeting of tin- society will ho held in the church on Thursday af- ternoon at The organized Bible cluss of St.., Cyprian's church held a well attend- ed meeting last evening. There arc at present forty-seVen active mem- bers in the class. The following oIlicciH weiu elected 10. Turner. K. .Jarvls. A. Dunk. The -ofl'icers elected will, arrange committees to cary on the work for the coming season. The A. V. P.-'A., of St. Cyprian's church met last evening, when a coic- militee of six was Appointed to can- vas the parish to see who arc going to join A. Y.P.A. this sea- son. The cptniuiltee-will report alia meeting to be held one week from Monday, at which a nominating miltee will be named, (he election of officers td take place tlie first week in October. The Conundrum social given by 'he Ladies' Aid of Wesley church proved quite a drawing card last evening. Much amusement Was furnished i y the conuiidrum menu. So mysteri- j oils was the bill of fare tltat frc-ttuent- ly, when the order arrived, it was a surprise lo the one, who ordered. The young ladies of League assisted in serving. A splendid program was furnished consisting of a vqqa'i solo by Miss Ida! Jones, a reciUiidn Edith Jones, aii instrumental selection by Mrs. Welsh and-Miss Allan and a solo by Mr. Rhynd .Ja-miesnn. All the ninn-j bers were ehcoi'ed, the. puriormers: kindly responding. Her. A. C. Watson's story telling, was greatly appreciated In the audi-' ence. The ladies realized from the social. Better Dinners 'Is dinner ready, "Yes, U ready, and, I think, ft great success." "Your cooking is .improving." "Well perhaps it is, and I hope so, but really Mrs. Housewife, I think our new Gurney-Oxford is partly responsible for the success I have had lately. I was never able to cook roasts and fowl 10 well on pur old stove, and as fcr bread and biscuits, I used to tremble when I went to take them from the were so often soggy and heavy. Now they are always light and beautifully brown, and, if I do say it myself, lamething to be proud of." "Thst't trufc Mary, my husband has said almost the same thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my choice of a Gurney-Oxford. He approves because of the saving in coal since we got it, also because of the better meals he is getting." Indeed he's right it requires so little attention." "That's fine. Will you serve dinner in a few please." SATURDAY SPECIAL At the HUDSON'S BAY STORE SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! Reign Supreme in this Store. Everywhere you turn arc piles of shoes; shoo signs, shoe ads., shoe clerks and shoe, buyers! More of the latter than anything else. Never before wore such ridicul- ously low prices', quoted on shoes that are really maflo from solid leather and made right. Mehs'. Strong Working spocl ail leath- er shoe, per pair Ladies' Kid Pumps, with or without strap; Cuban heel. Regular Sale price, per pair Slippers spring heel. Size 3 to 10. Sale price per SOc. Also a Big Selection of not