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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTHMBUH 20, law EUCVKN MILADI PIRSONAL fiirle, or Magralh, Is a In lUe cltj. Mrs. V W. Krtss. wlio has been tho Riicsl pt Mrs. E. Hicks In Calgary for ft da.rj, has returned home. t b Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roy and JUIIe ?un, of Montreal, who" LHTC been Uie Jtucels ot Mr. nnd Mrs. .Mc'Ctenaghau, left today for Vancouver and Seatlle. Arlhur JJilVna, who lian spending some Hind In tho clljr. lias re- tnnieJ'lo her homo In Calsurjr. Tlio" hiany fHenils of Mrs. Swinglcr lull bo pleased LO le.irii Ibni ahis Is slowly recovering from a ai-u attack of la grjjipe. c- c- c- i' c- o CHURCHES ANC SOCIETJES The nipiillily' lea given Ilstrper's hall tomorrow afternoon der Ihe of (do Sir .Alua (Jail Cliapier, I.O.D.E., promises lo n great success. Tea will be served from :j until G o'clock and a splendid musical program been arranficd. IteserTalioTis may be nmrle by phoning Jlra. ntitinc !Sii2. The fall rally held in Wesley church- last under the nus- PLCE3 of the Vi'.JI.S.. ivn9 a splendid program was fuliy rcnilbrerl and ihc funds of Ibo Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock la llio, Y.M.C.A. As Important matters are .o be every member li re- quepted to be al iliis meet- Ing, A very successful meeting of Inn relall clerks rras held hi iho tabor Iiall asl evening, every (Jrm of the city Tbo whlil drive, which will the of the to be given IhiA son under the auspices of ihc and of England. ivjJl belli In Uurginaun'n Jiall-oii Friday ciiluK, October Hally serrlcps will ue lie Id hi church on Oclobtr f.ih. o 0 COGIf.l. EVENTS 4 rery sumptuous was cujjreil, aHer which gU'.'seiog contests were j held. Too much praise cannot b? Iwstow-1 ed upo3 members or the IxMh- srldge Hoard 01 Trade Tor ihcir kind-! In exUvt'llnfi such royal hospital- Ilr tu the r.l Hi? Women's CLTLC Cluli. 'flu- luncheon Hindered lliein yestfnlny ai noon was a most enjoyable r.nil a I [air from crery standi'uini aort was particularly In thai li furilier ce- ntcrl (he gorxl-tV'II and eiifl- ing between ortntiilzations. The club's aims anil were 0111- llned by Siii'pFon. Ihe dem; .Mrs. A. llayr. rorreapondliiE eecrc-lary, p.nd rs. ('his. Ml-Kill op. who Individually apptnkO for ihn. ton- tinned ro-op era lion and Stance of ihc Uoanl of Track- In I In: perform- of the club'p actkiUe3. t considerably -swelled Tomorrow (Saturday) the beginners and primary departments ot tho Unit ed Sunday Echoul are tmrlne a parl? al Ihe hall al 2 o'clock. A real Jolly lime fs leing prepared (or tbe little folk. Mrs. Henry. Mm. Rogers and Mrs. U. Clarke, complimented .Miss Ida Me Adoo, bride elect, with a miscellaneous I shower last cvrnlng ai Uic home of Mrs. Kenny. Mias McAdoo received beauttrnl Rift? and enjoyed ,a social evening with many of her f i Sends, ivhoso EOOC! wishes were ex- tended her. Music was enjoyed and refreshments served. Mr. Georfs Rice was n host during the dinner hour last evening, when v o o the cb'llcclion and Ices bereh'ii received. ihe entertained at Ihc Leihbrldge hotel I in coutrnsy to'.Mr. and Mrs. (Jporgc Ross. The gucsta included Mr. Walter The AlhcrU coiLVcntiun of thp W-.C.T.C. will be held in Knox church on Wednesday. Thursday an Kriay. Oelobor and -3. Delegates will he" present from all parts of (ho province On evening ihc Erjvnd gold, rncdal contest will be licld. anil on Thursday evening Mrs. will address ihe meeting. Further Information will be ffivcn in a few day a. Tonishl is parents'-' night in His: T.'nlted-cTinrch; N'orlh r-ellihridgc. and! the ofJJiers tif.llie Sunday tchooi want lo inccl every mother and father every mtmber of ihc Sunday school j In the hall. Teachers and officers are to be prcsenL j A lea is being' tcndcrcil'thc rtiblhcrs of cliildrcu of cradle rofr age (four years) jri Knox church tomorrow after-i noon from 3 until 5 o'clock.- All moili-' ers arc'askcd to bt present and epjoy social tiour T r will lie a special inceiine the .Nursine Hoard held on Uttss, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. C. Kane, Mr. Mcwhurn and Melntosh. A banquet -.Was Unrlercd' hicniucrh T (lie Knot rhurcli choir ]asi evening ol the church. A'fi Pearl Lilly llale, of antl Mr. Ailillo Casio-Hani. of Haley, Alta., ivere married al (he Knoi par soiiage by C'api. ttic Itev. A. IE. Du- ncan yrslcrdny. Sept. Tbe wed- iHng attendants were .Mrs. Kollcl, o[ Haley, nnd Miss Hale, ol Warner. QUEEN BRAND LADIES' SUITS AND WINTER COATS BeiaE sold a! half icnnulactur- er's cosl. FREDTHAELL 315 FiftK Sifftl.S. BRANCHES AT BARONS AND NO'BLEFORD: FREE Club; The IJanjo'and Ifoifar-Club; The Conserva- tory "Operatic "and Dramailtf CluV. ThevCorisC-rVatory Club. Pipe Theory, Musical History, Voice Culture, Singing and languages. Orchestral and Brass Uantl Instru- ments, Mandolin, Banjo, Steel Guitar, Uhuleles, Violin, Viols, Violon- cello and D Rasa. The Conservatory School of Expression and Dancing Academy i Elocution, Oratory. Voice Culture, Physical Training. English Lllcr- ului'c and Urtinalic ArlXFaiic.v, Chssical and B.iJI ROOK? Dancing. Orchcstrns "suppliPii Balls, Receptions, 765 La si Tuesday evening a number of inlereatcrt In debating incl nl this V. M. G. A. for tbe iiiinwsQ of 11 forming a club, lo knoivn as Uift bridge V. A. Debating j Oiriccrs were clccltd ag follows: Hon. i pVcsIdcnl. N. F. IJlac'rf; pre.iidenl, Mr. O. K. Snow; rlcR-preldcnl, Mr. i JOlin Dcnoon; secretary, Mr. Cas-: cadden. I Mcling will Tte helrl Oil Ihc second Hpti Tourtli Tlnirpdays, coniiiicnclriB i nrxt montli, and a cood program is being prepared for approval. Any persons inltrcelcd arc asked lo coin-' Tflth one ot the oftlccra or j Mr. Mahboy at Uic V. M, C. j -PAHIS, Repl. fcrms nf peace, arc (OriiMered by Uic bulfiArlan [Iclcgallon ns very! rlgoroiiF, sonit of llicni completely in-1 ftftceplahle, aceorrHng lo n slolcmenL prcptircrl by M. Thcodororf, head of ikio llulgarlau mission, prior lo Icav- liii; I'nrls and Which lias Just been inndc pnttllc. Hul on tFic qncslfon of Riiflranlcra to minorities, >T. Thcoiiorolf declares (lint he accepts [hem all Iho more rcLulily since NIC greater part of llie Iirovls'ons of (hat clause already arc Incorporated In Hulgarinn legislation. Me also highly approves Uic labor prc- flsions 6T IrenLy, M, TJidddoroff conclude: "Tliii fiardcFl and mbsl unjusl Tea- lines ol Ihc treaty arc Ihc leaving fipon of (he Dobrndjn qucsllon and Iho (Usposition concerning Inrrilorlal dc- ilrlilt.itions between Uulgnrla, Herlilri mid Krcccc." LEO M. COOMBS THEODOR POSSUM WILL RECEIVE OlFTi VANCOUVEII, Scpl. llic jVlncc of Walts yla'li Ihc munlcip.iuij- of Soulli Vancouver on .Monday morn- inj; nftxl ho wll! rcCqlvc Jrom llie Rol- MoUiSTJ' 'Wltii ind' Widows' two goli] membership badECfv which Itis noyil IllBlinSaa will be asXeil lo prcBont lo ITcr Mnjosly Ihe Uuccn and lo 1'rlncess Jlnry on lie- half of Lho which was ihcj firnt of IU hlcid In be orKnnlrcd In the Jlrlllsfi Binplhe, dallhe from Kepi, if, RECITAL: PROGRAM assisted by MRS. j. R. KENNEDY, Soprano Songs MISS LUCILLE HARVEY Musical Reading AT TUB COLONIAL THEATRE Sunday, Sept. 28th AT NINE O'CLOCK nils1 op. Schumann AlTegro llomanzc Hdicrzind Finale. .Muck-ill. "TIiC Sclfiali MISS MAIloXUKT S.MITII si Ibc PISno Valae Nocturne Impromptu Tiallado Chopin cal "Berceuse de .locclyn'.' floildarcl sclcclton Gtmuoil Ml IS. 3. 11. KBXNEUY in Violin 'Obllealo Wedding day nricc Wilchea' Dance ..MncUohell IKlinlc) Il.ifl Ktude Jlclodtaue Half I'olaeca dc Conccrl SAVE TUB K1XO Norrtliclmcr f'inun Kindly Silpnllcd by The Asslnibola Mu5lc Co. Silver Collection New Dress Goods, New Furs, New Coats, New Suits are Here in a Wonderfully Pleasing Variety Never in any previous season were we betler prepared variety of selec- tion and not in a long while have we Surpassed these values and this, toa in spite of llie constant reference lo higher prices prevailing. Out per set.......................... Every day brings new sliipmeal.s or ehinawarc. Our selection 13 and well chosen -noii i'nc prices are Corao auQ visit us. It will be irorlli your while. WOMEN'S' AUTUMN BOOTS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES LADIES' MEDIUM lace Nev York (ops, -I -AA' Military de'cf arlcf looflycar'welt'. Price.............___ IJ.UU A SERVICEABLE ATTRACTIVE 3. BinvJ' KalJliiB style. Made ill ricli brown calf and a comlorlalile [iller. p rn LADIES' BLACK VICI Inch lop, Cuban heel, -McKay Q sewn soles: A cfay boot, r'rlci BOYS' BOOTS PHONE THC FIRM FOR SERVICE mnany In lau frain Elkola and box calf lijuf 'Ill semilfte solid boots. 1'rlccs: 1 to 4, pair Size to GROCERY DEPARTMENT Vermicelli, Catelti'i, li, 2 Hcketi for 25e CreamettM, 8 oz. 2 Krumbles, Kelloggt, 2 packets 25c Custard Powder, Cartons' fUroi1, 2 packets 21 c Fruit Jars, Economy, quarts, per doz. Fmit Jan, Economy, pints, per doz, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Cucumbers, table, pit cait Green Peppers, per Ib............15c Grapes, Concord, basket...... 60c ___ Peaches, Elberta, this Is how the best time to bay, per Pkmi, Lombard, m splendid condition, per case ;