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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday; September 25, tois the lethbr1dge .DAILY hkbal. * page eleven PASTOR SO POOR HE. EAT8 PEANUTS Jackson, Mich.-"Au overplus of churches In Michigan is resulting in an underpaid ministry," said Dr. John C. .Wllllts, of Grand llaplds, In a.iHtir-Tlng. addrcsB before the 'eighty-third annual Michigan conference of the MntjjotliHt church here. "One pastor, who is attending these sessions, Is ho poorly paid that,,while in Jackson he is forced by necessity to subsist mainly on peanuts." This statement caused a sensation. The nanio of the minister In question was not mentioned by the speaker. The visiting ministers are given lodging and breakfast iri'.lf-l homes and provide their--own-'dinners and slippers.. In the case in question cited by Dr. Wlllfts, the minister has no funds with which to purchase a regular meal and he .dines on peanuts for both dinner and supper. ? ? > ? ? ???�! * Both mother and daughter are � reported to be doing well. ? tf �> .; .; �;� : ? ? * > * : Mr. 13. V. Layton has returned from spending a holiday at the coast. m m m Mrs. II. Jesse Woolf of Cnrdaton is ! in, a, very; serious condition and "no hopes are' entertained' for ln>r recovery. *   Dr. Galbraith is in Edmonton attending the meeting of the Alberta Medical Association. * * * Miss Ponton left yesterday afternoon for Medicine Hat. * V  Mr. George Seaman left yesterday for Montreal and other eastern cities on railroad business. ft m * Miss A. Arnold has returned to the city after spending the summer in Medicine Hat. * *  Mr. George Williams left, at the beginning of the week for the States where he will enter the U.S. army. * * * Mr. and Mrs. T. I-I. Edmunds have returned from visiting at Vancouver and Seattle and other eastern cities. � * � Mrs. J. H. Collier of Medicine Hat is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I). M. Smith. * *  Mrs. R. G. Merrill and two daughters spent a few days with friends in the city last week, on their way to Yakima, Wash * * * *> * o �>�*> O O � * * * SOCIAL EVENT8   O O  ft �  Miss Evelyn Williams entertained a number of her little friends at. her home at 61S fitli St. South, the occasion being her 10th birthday. Covers were land for IS in the dining room which was prettily decorated in pink and white. After justice was done to a bountiful repast the little folks spent the evening in dancing and games. Miss Evelyn was the recipient, of many pretty gifts. Those present were: Misses Anna Sandquist, Mable and Muriel McAdoo, Mazetta Lush, Bernice Bunard, Lillis Paul. Alma and Kitty Knowlan, Ombra and Dorothy Hicks, Mable Hamilton, Evelyn Williams and Masters Ronald Crozier, Melville Towriss, Duncan Hutcneson, Douglas Williams and Ronald Hicks. Mrs. ,C. A. Towriss and Mrs. M.^L. Kerr presided over the tea table.   � Miss Madge Speck was very agreeably surprised last night when the girls of jrthe Prothean Cla;Bs} surprised her at tile home.of MiSs W. Lingard) 14th t. South, where stio.vwas malting a catl^i presumably. .The' arrival of the;?jgi�is turned a quiet'Wyening into a very hilarious one, and'games and pranks of all sorts were the order of the evening, the guest of honor featuring in most of them. Refreshments were served by'Miss Lingard, and the jiarty broke up at a late, hour after gathering around Miss Speck and singing "She's a Jolly Good Fellow," and "Auld Lang Syne," also "God. Save the King." Miss Speck leaves with her mother and sister, on Saturday, for Vancouver, where they intend to reside. She take3 with her the best wishes of the class and her friends for every success in her new home.  * a The film which is playing this week. Starring Sessue Hayakawa has as leading lady, Miss Margaret Loomis, who was in Calgary in the spring with Miss Ruth St. Denis. Miss Attree and several of the girls who were dancing at the theatre there this Bpriug had the unique pleasure of attending this performance in company with NEW LAID SILKS NEW PLAID SILKS A New Arrival at "The Bay" New Plaid Silks HMOST unique offering of the very latest effects in these popular goods. There are thirty-three pieces -each one different in coloring and design, and only five yards to each piece, so that you are assured of securing something exclusive and individual to yourself. On sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday at a special price for the three days only of New Plaid Silks .49 YARD New Plaid Silks See Them in the Large Centre Window (jhefiudson's Bay (Company iNCORPQtfAT� n 10,,/ Turning Failure Into Success ECAUSE d Ktin- drcd inventors failed to make machines tliot �vJould fly; has notking to do vntk the Hundreds of neropla-ncs that dot the skyoverErjglcnd, ium and Canada. Because j)ou can't make a rich, delicious cup of coffee with the brand j)ou are using; has nothing to do with your success v?ith Rightly1 ch osen-expert ly blended-perfectly roasted-"Seal Brand" comes to you tfith all its rich, aromatic {ItrOor scaled in the tin nnd ready* to delight jlou with its rare deliciousness. In ^,1 and 2 pound tins-in the Lean, ground, or fine ground for percolators.. Haoe you read "PERFECT COFFEE-PERFECTLY MADE"1} Write for a copy. 197 '* CHASE d SANBORN, �. MONTREAL the leading lady herself, Miss Loomis, as guests of Miss St. Denis. 6 * * � . * * ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * * * > .> & �:> * .J. �j� a. Canada Food Board ji'-'&enCTfi Number 5-2<�< seek othj PHONE hoped this appeal will bring ik many requests for wool from those?, willing to start up the fall activities in war work.  i It is charged in Winnipeg that the operations of the Superior Sales comv pany is causing pn unjustified increase in the price of anthracite coal of $1.30 a ton.  toHelplMaW Stronf.Keen Red-Bloockd Americana ! Beiat UMd br ever IfcrcraUUloa fte* pie annually. It will increase the trenfth of weak, menrraa, run-dawn folki in two weeks' time in many in-, stances. Ask your Doctor or drag-pst about It 15he ~ AEOLIAN* VOCALION) , � V � / 1"* HIS new phono- / [ graph brings you a new joy in music. Play it and you . will understand Vocalion Prices-$68 up. WILLIS PIANO CO ;