Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, S 23, THE T.ETnnRTDGF DAILY HERALD Paget MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Offico, 1Z24 KKPTKMHKK OK AUTUMN JJoiv lovely Autumn paints upon the shy .Tho gorgeous fiiim: of Summer which is (led lint's (low'rs thut in Uiulr ash- .Tniphird lit that fait light wlu'1'eun they fed, .Tulip ami hynclnth, and sweet rose -Like exaltations fi'oni' tliti le.tl'y mould, Look here how honor glurilius the dead, 'And wunns their scutcheons with a glance gold. Hostesses on Thursday Mrs. A. K. Twelfth St., S., will receive fur tlie lirst time since eominp to Lcthbridgu on Thurs- day, Sept. 2ft1.li, in the afternoon from four to six and in the evening front j ten. Mrs. Gibson will beat home afterwards on UIR fourth Thurs- 1 day each month. Mrs. A. .Simpson lias returned from tlie cast, where spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. II. Williamson are stttticd in IhriiMiuw liome at Oil Fif- teenth St., K. Mr. the Merchants Bank slalT, is holidaying in Elco and other western points. Mr. Kiiferson, of the Merchants Bank staff, was talfcn to the Gait hospital on Saturday with an attack of typhoid fever. Miss superintendent of the (Jail hospital, has returned from a month's vacation in Hand' and Lag- gan. t Rev. O. II. Popham and his moth- er, Mrs. Popham, left this .afternoon to visit in Calgary until Saturday. Mrs. Hindson, ot Nccpawa, who lias been a house guest with Mrs. J. H. Murray, returned home on Satur- day afternoon. Mrs. Johnston and daughter, Gwen- doline, of Manotick, Out., who were guests with Mrs. Hugh Boyd, are spending a week with the former's daughter, Mrs. K. S. Jackson. The perfect weather Saturday af- ternoon drew many golf enthusiasts to the links, one oi1 the largest crowds of the season being in .evi- dence. less than fifteen motors were noticed at the grounds. Tea was served, the hostesses being" Mrs.' K. H. Wilson and Mrs. A. B. Staf- ford. Miss Simm, of Vancouver, who has been spending a holiday with her par- pntfi, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sinmi, lias been pnjiagsd as contralto soloist of Knox clitirrh and will remain here permanently. i Mrs'. William Lawrence, of Winni- peg, who is staying with Mrs. T- F. Mr, and Mrs. Schl's wedding, the first anniversary of which falls on Saturday, the twenty-eighth. The engagement is announced of Miss.Kdith Marie HumiUoii, daughter of tho late Mr. .K. Hamilton, Of Km- erson, to Ur. Itohert W. Lynn., of Alberta, formerly of Toron- to. Tlie marriage will take place ear- ly in October. The (male of thr- series of shirt waist and ilannul dances, given by the tennis club durinf: the season, will he heul in the S.6.K. hall the CA or R on loft shoulder, white oiYert t.lmt H. (i. Larmier has siocking off hind leg., Sale to take- arrested In .Now York, lie is wnuioit place Tuesday. September 1912 at hero on forgery charges totalling p.m. 000, a number of prominent business A. C. men belli? tlie victims. Acting- Ponndltceper.