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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r WKDXKSIMY. SKPTKMBHR 25. 11)18 PA OK KLKVKN PASTOR SO POOR HE EATS PEANUTS dackson. Mich. -"An overplus of cburehea in Michigan is resulHnK in tm underpaid miniHtry," said Mi*, .John C, Willi!*, ol' drum! UaphU, In il Hlir-*inK address before Hie. 4*f|*fity-tlifnl annual Michigan cnnferetu-n of tin? I\I t". .;� *> & > , ^ NEW GRAND CHILD M�/itr**al, M/>pK The sec- ond grandchild of iho Puke and lUiclHiHH of J h'vojjahirn was horn yesterday :i Klm-wood, Cnrtiorvillo, when a daughter was buni lo Captain and Lady Maude Mackjnt.nsh. Ihitii mother and daughter arc reported lo be doiiitf Wfdl. : *> > > �> * �� PHONE 122% l .'if S. Buy Your Fall & Winter Needs from the Big Stocks at Simpson's The values throughout the store are great considering the advanced cost of production. Many of last year's qualities and values yet to be had without a P ft.1 w 4 1 ^1 I 1 i1 cent advance in cost to you. Fall a nd Winter that are worthy of special mention Shades, llrown, (;n;n ))> ,. w.df, chil'i'on fin! lj, shad�-s .-.vim', wia-ii'ria. i\rv u and navy. j cheviot serges for suits or skirts, at per yard----$3.50 f./l I rich e : U'hJc. l>\] pure KIMiJ, :�llP IllK WP||;ll! in n:.vy., ^r-'eii and black. shepard checks and tartan plaid dress goods niaek :m,l white checks, dark Tartan plaiJa. fancy plaids, Jti ami \\ inches wide at per yard, scotch tweed and english cheviot cloth coats Klefiant HtylCM, atl Kood shades, and rxc tient value."'- At, each $19.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 rich silks for skirts Uroail Hat in and taffeta combination stripes, fancy brokftii plaid**, real Tartnn pJaidM. checlia and reRular Htripes. Very rich colorings niul stilt-able, wejghts. :bi inches wide, at jut yard. $2.95, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 new york petticoats THE CLINGING KIND Iieaut Iful creations from real Jersey silk* in plain color* and ia�it>es with or without frills, all r^py iv* combfnutfon with T*ifft'tu ^ilk id it do/on or morn pretty rolorn, raiif-luK iu Price at $6.50, $7.00, $8.00, $8.50 Watson s Underwear, cretonnes, tapestries, scrims, " Eallentyme's Knitted! 85c, $1.00 and $1.25 selling last season's sealette worth $12.00, at......$8.00 f> *;* v : * * PERSONAL o .*. ? > : ' 1 lai. I *- - * M :* (li'ui Sis* man lc : i ! for Mnnti'M;i! m\t\ oiIum1 ; i il tai !i -if ''i:i at \lh'-rta AID k i afN r 'T'l.iV ��1 to ill!' tr - Mr f;rr>i-e William* b ^itmitii,' of Ii.'- woeli for v. Iiei e he u ill enter llle I". i * # Mr and Mr T. il. Iv'o; p J unied f ro;;i \ i.^iUin; a i i::;d .;�'aitl> and other O -> > O O > dining w,t - pi'M iiy ili'i'ur.i i -�'s Anna Sa'id am) Mm-p) .MeAdoo. .M: .'� t:.i HrMiiie Mnnar�i. i.illi^ 1'anl. Aiin.i and K it * Kii'i (Jnibra ai 1'� h-m! i,y Iliii -. Mai1'.'1 Ilaaiillo'i. i.'.-Au W'il- lian.  and ' !'-ra K�Ui..: i ('.' o'i-*r. Me',', ]!;c To'- "i � -. litiiican ilu'iii- on, 1 lonc,la - Wi'!:; 'a. a'. I It a nd * iii K . Mr - l". A n � ;:id ei -. i. MOST unique offering of the very latest effects in these popular goexk 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 I lie three days only of New a-1, i"*nt a" ol >"i -en' Plaid Silks New YARD Plaid Silks See Them in the Centre Window ittiidsoris Bay(&mpanu verv tiit* Iradim; l.oiy her.-i-lf. Mi^:- Loonii.-., hull Thur.-day ni�ht I i.-ni?.. I " �1 4 * .;. � ^ .> . CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES O .;. .% > .j. ^ ,j ^, ,^ ^> The regular ine.t inr, T j in* Wo- v.ill he til.I'll for the ICcm I'uiul. Mi. a'.'i- Spi ; abiy iaii'pM >ed la..' main waea I ?o- a> i'iie. ^ of M:-.s ;:irl 11T the I*r�m'.i. om t'LiHK >i;i)ei ed  her at the home '.it. W. L.'a,.,,: IJ Ml.'i St. Sotif b. wli.'H' . u- v. as '...;�: � a call, pr-* -:::n;.ley ' ' a very hllarioii; :: lb t'r.\ !.:m-:;i - were :-erv'e 1 by Mi- 1.inlaid, an i lac party bi'"l-.e r.n 0 i '.lie hour a:'1-':' MUHberin^: aion-.l Mi SpCil; aid sim-in^ "S':;e- ;, .!.,:> tiuod Kctbiv.. ' j , ull al(, ndatu'e is ,|, snV(| Uie. dele-; ami "Anbl ^ I./yie ab;o *', tar \'nnctmvei\ where tht y inlend |   � ivsiUe. She take> with her th" Tiie tvwnlar monihlv meeiiiiK of the best wain's ol t.he s and li"i' I.,�ral Council of Women will be bvhl friends for e\cry in her new in lh, Y.M.i'.A. on b'rnlav ai'ternoon  *  j    The film which h- pj.t\;at: this v.'eel;. , -Vhv ( j V:U] ni(t(lf ar (ht, hl}ttu, o( Mr^ ^(,tV|I( badmi; lady. Miss Margaret hinjinis, !,;;;�� ] u\x St. al .-i^h! . lock on Thurs-who was m Calvary in :ae spring with I (!:iV l!Vl.lillKi The president of evcrv MifiA Umh St. Denis. Mi-s Attree ami | a:fiiiated t-.u-ietv nn-eil lo be ]�re- � suvcral of the ^iris who were r attending at eij;h: o'clock. \'f,!!tiiu: sister.- and hrnth'*rs welcome. a special meeiiuR of the l)ant;h-tei; lo \.i;K tde Kin\-tlr.vls o| t:oropla-r. s t!..'.t dot the slvv^veri'ii^lnncl, France, Bel^huix und Canada. Because ^.iu ran't nu^o a ricfi, delicious cup of coj^'ir \CitK thu biiip.d t?ou mo usin>>; potliini* to do %vitl\ your success v?ith * * * * ? * ? RED CROSS NOTES. * > : : ? > > * * * : > ? ? * The Ucil Cross have a new supply of wool on hand which knitters may oh tain hy cnllhiK at the. Rod Cim>s rooms. The kniithifc has been To HelpiMako Strong.KMti RedHoou;�iK�ss. Ill }i, I arul ? jK*it/ul lliv. -in beati, fliouiul, vi Jan: t>roi;n'l h>r ivitoLtotj. Hili /-ERh'EC7 L Y MA l)E'' ? Write far a copy, 19/ Timt onr boy.-: looked forw ai d eagerly to Mr Hu.-iianan's visit to the western front i-. sln>wn hy the follow-1 progressing splemlidly durhiK tlu in;; letter received by tin- Civic Club I Mimuier, between two and lUro.e, bun from a well known Lethbridp' bay:, died pairs iieini; handed in monthi> I'ram-i'. Wednesday, duly 17, MS., but last month it has been falling off Mrs, .lolin CralK. Trea*. j As socks are needed more than t-vei Womeiis* civic Club. Hear Mrs. Craic,: I received your pari el la-t evening ( � * /jjejrs Civic Club for the kind tokens of friendship thr> so kindly im. All the LethbridKe hoys are iu the best of health and all anxiously wait i iiiK fitr the stru^i'.le to end ami return home. i The hoys are lookiliK forward to j seeing Mr. ituchanan on his visit to i ] the front as it Ktire will feel *;ood to i miHM ''someone from your home town" i in ^ood (dd mufti. i .Afrittu 1 want to thank the members ' of the Women's Civic Club on behalf of those who received the parcels. I remain, Yours truly. KARL MOH1US. Thi' parcels mentioned were seiu to the boys who did not receive their Xmas parcels. Now Bctaff utfd If ever thrct nllUos H� plt annually. It will iKrcate tk� �tren�ih of weak, aervaua, run-dawn lolka in (wo wteka1 time in many In- itancvi. Atk your Doctor or dnu-c�r about Jr. Kirkby's Special Thursday  T5he f ' "a 7 AEOLIAN-VOCALION Regular Price 30c THURSDAY / T I CHASE A SASB0RN. MOHIRliAL � 4 The Women's Civic Club at a recent mc.'Un^. went on record as viewing with creat alarm the influx into Canada of the .Mennoniles and nr^ed I ha I steps lie taken at once by I he. Im.'jiiujon n.'id Provincial mivernuienls lo make the^e m-w settlers ameiiahle to nl! unr idvil and miliiuiy laws. * 4' V The recital which was to have been held in the Y.M.C.A. next Monday by Mr. Joseph Manner, lias been post- j poued until the following .Momiay, October 7. on account of the Civic Club lecture heiny; ,'Jvcu by .Mr. Much-anau noxt Monday. * * m Dominion Kebekah LodKe will liobl itd regular meottiiK in the 1.0.U.K. Each THIS new phonograph brings you a new joy in music. Play it and you will understand Made i;� accordance with the regulations of the Canada Koud Hoard. Kirkby 606 3rd AVE. SOU TH ^ ^ Canada Food Board i*''themVb' Number seek oth' PHONE Vocalion Prices-S6Sup, WILLIS PIANO CO ;