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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimiUY. SKPTHMBEU 27, 1019 Tl.K f.KI lillhllJGl-: DAU.Y PAGE, FIFTEEN MILADI 1224 Mr. and .Mrs. H. B. Mcrden, 52ft 13tii X., are cmenalulng as Mrs. .Morden, tbe hostess a lolally unerpocled Ito by Mr. Paul llliodm. The UHlle MTF, Ceo. Dlion ia a few well-1 Klshcy delightfully rendored an ap- choson Yordj presotjlcd Morris wltb a silver imfcc r.nd it buge bou- quet ot roses tnt] after which cards -were playtil at flvu tables. -Mrs. C. E. Prosacr won tbn LETTERS I as dlJ ihc C'radtel Roll and -Adull Dibit by Ihofrtlass yolls. Mrs. Karrow gavel a loast. which was responded lo by j Mr. Curtis, and a EOOE by ihs entire V 1 rhla la 020, oj Jie letters submitted Iu tha Herald's "The ineni Thai: Jnierfaied Me Ihe Mont1' competition. The Judges considered ibt tettsra only: they vera not requested to eipresa Lbelr tie IT a ou the art Tert Item enis Lut limplj (o decide wLicti lady wrote the letter. FIRST PRIZE LETTER Biilh ATB. S. SerX. 9. 1919. Miss K, IB Is eulcrtoIuiuR arr Scr Kathleen Soullnird. of Calgary. Mrs. J. II. relur'ueJ on Thurs- day from Calgary. Ur. levering and family arc return- ing loniorro'iv morning from Ontario. Dr. has be.en aHcudlns E'r. Luvoring's paiicnts during ab- fome in ihc cant. Is moving into his ov.ii residence. Cth Arc. S.. and will rontliiuc his otvu practise, Mas MoscnvR'h leaves ou the early irarn for Montreal, where he officers and atlendanls of the Chris Man Sunday school In ihe church au- ditorium laai evening. Tables were laid Tor each class md'.ylduallj- wore profusely- decorated with. ilorB anil their symbols. aod Ihe tallowing "results: Superintendent 'ol I ho Sunday Sir. Alex. Altken; corresponding] our fltnti In tbai Hoe were few, but, belos a housewife, food advertise ats Intereit me et all times since August (b a month when appe- Mra. Farrow. ivill resume his law t- Indies at Ihc A.-Primrose1, of Taber. ia visit- ing frieudE in the t-i'y. Mrs. Nimmons anil Miss Mil- droil Million 9 Ictt on Thursday for Vancouver, enter n ho: MIS." Nimmuns will romnln with her "daughter in thai city this winter. Miss VlulcL Hnstll home from The banquet m wonderfully OI -Sflhil anrl >rM ac4nlpri AugUBl clally ailracllvo table laid, a huyr Mr. K. Farrow; 'trtasurer, lump, made by Mr. Nock, uicbodylns iho class color.1) (red ami ".vlilte) and carrying tholr rnollo and Ihe clasped hands, being in ilio centre of Ihofiabln. Thu Glrln' class had B vcrj" effective selling, llie'r table In their color schema and centred ivilli tlielr in olio. "Living. The Adul, Biblo h.d least possible work. Therefore ihe grocery Interested and most' of all the one inserted by i which I enclose. In this advertisement are mentioned Tcnty-five Interesting values in food prlcps. Fint" en ibe llsl "arc fresh ensaful and the officers and scholars arc to be coiipraiulftloil upon tho splendid spirit, ol cooperation and fel- lowship animating thc'r. gathering ol lust OTenlrg. The writer was parttc- ularly Impressed wltL the spirit ot j fruits and vegetables at a reasoDftblo Lilting." TLie Cradle Roll do- progress permeating the aimospbere coil. Tht-sc are essential lo good parlmenL had LI very unique setting. iiody. and their motto, "Keep i meals during summer. Then a miiiaiure craiiie beinK placed In thejou Keeping On" should nud undoubt- tome proparru as Jellies, mar- cenlro oC.tho lalile. The Young Poo-jediy will bring results In the' malnden, cool drinks and salad drese- had their mollo, "Keep ou i HllatniEenl of their aspirations. injs. Then come tly and Oil" conspicuously placed. swailcra, which Gtirely'are approprlme Ihc (able WAR adonied viih floiv- very eucctsaiul dftiico V.-RS where Miss Mildred will lore. Everything was Gorgcoualy placed ;m narpnr'.'i hall laet to train c.s a nurso. and (ht tals ivere ultra-delicious. Ajoon Temps Clnb, toast was proposed by .Mr. Nock and] was fittingly responded to hy Q Farroiv. A aong by the Bureau class lias returned I wlilch M-ia enthusiastically .J. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -------J SQCIM. EVENTS c- The homo of .Mrs. W. II. .''Morris. lOLli SI. S., vas the scene of s'jcccssful surprise party lasl evening, when a number of friends The girls' section of the onrored. Mrs. Curtis then proposed n toast, which was ably responded lo by o ft i.Mrs. Dunsivorlh. Tho Faithful noop- I crs then snng a song. Miss Frnnnii DiiTtswonh, tbe erflclcnl Itacher pt pis jwill mccl at the homE n( Mlsa Violet Jllllo tots, offered a IOT.SI to the junior j Slnclnir, fllli St, South, on Tues- dcnartiiiGiiL, wlrcli was i-csjionrtcd to i day ovcning S o'clock, by .Mrs. Ilecrj', wlio the "Sun- beams." A song liy ihe Cheerful i The Art N'eedlcirorfc Cluh will Workers WAS tlitn enjoyed. ?.Ir. I'aul! ai the home o' .Mrs. .1. U. HOSE. HH. in an August adTeriiFcment. There are by iho'cauned fruits anil vegetabes, flsli and 1 meat for busy or oxlr.emelt warm days, LasLly are inentloiied leas, coffees, breakfast foods and pickles. In fact, every Item is ol inlcresi to one seeding lo and ity combined at a reasonable price. These nre my reasons why Kerr's adTcrtlscment ol August. Sth Intcrcsi- me most. 1 ncspectlully. MRS. P. Wish to announce that ,e Fhey will have a special showing of evening gowns and wraps, fancy evening slippers and hose in all the latest Parisian and New York produc- tions. AiLketis. ihc Young People's clnss. J7lh Avc. S., on Monday-afternoon at' pioposcd a toast, whlrli. was responded o'clock, BLUE WBBON TEA H is a. woman's privilege to change her mind, but every good housekeeper is thoroughly decided on the superiority of Blue Ribbon Tea 1 The finnnal ronvcntlon o! the W.C. (T.V. will be held In Knox church on j Thursday and Friday of neil week. Delegates will ba pres- ent from all parts of the in tllc and an excellent program-has been IC- A-'-wlieu mf Matjiesis Club Season Program The Matheslfi-Club-helil its lirsl annual mceling'on after tiic auditorium o( the V. .embers met club work and a 60clal hour outlined fur presentation, nml a won-1. ricrful and In-pirlns convcntloo is con- fidenlly eineeted. i ''rogrami outlinJne lao Club's con- Mart's. Venice, Mrs. R. U Xorman. December ecturc, of Ho- period, ey file ins of Roman- esque archiletturc, Mrs. W. F. NelEon. Ger- at Speyer; Calhed- Mm. Lundy. January On Wcrtnesday evening- a banquet 1 will be pcrvcd. followed hy the graml j gold tneuAl contest. Oii Thuradav eve- "nhig.-Mrs. McKlnney. M.P.P., wfll ad- dreafe Lli'c '-A rep- Iresenlntlve audience is deaireu. There" will he special meeting of ihe Nursbg .Mission board held I ,M.C.A. As Important matters arc Jlo he diacuiised, every member Is re-j qncsle.1 10 lie present al this meet-! activities for Ihe coming season Trere distributed and erideac- ed Ihe usual comprehensive work lo be staff ot officers is unexcelled ;qrrf 'an cicejlcnt; year for Ihc Club aiiu its inembbrd antJci- patcd. Schedule aryfear's, Work Hlitory'arid Cufcent Events pept first and Third Tuesdays Oclouer 7th -Map talk on Canada Miss M. Bennett, general current SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS HOLEPROOF 200 pair ol Holeproof in black an-3 colors. These we factory .iccomla or in oilier words, they are slightly Im- perfect ami the price is a very Attractive one for Qr Haturdp'y night gelling ntr pair BUNGALOW Oclobtr discoverers an1 Tliere .were, only- a few members j lheir riinlings. Mrs. B. n. J. Forsler in Jittendance at the mectlne ot works of Pauline, Mw M. D lineal Cornell ot Women held -yegtcr-1 piigh. jrtay afternoon, liul a Rood amount of j Xovcmbar fur conij-acle. ;lmslness_wM accomplislied in the west. Chas. McClcna I In attendance. 1 It decided to hold a cafeteria lea on Armistice Day (Nov. __ Coverall Apron? iu prliilcd perralc 'with hell Rt id made in good full size. There are vvorlh -i today' at le.isl ra ron? u priic back a lid made in good full size. There are vvorlh -i Saturday Night Special CHILDREN'S 'Children's Kleoucrs. MaiJc In ITTO sn Ihal they can be made Iarj3r or smaller. A limited quantity In 5lze3 1 nnfl 2 only. J1.2S garment. rft SalurrtnV Nlgtil Kucclnl, JUG 90JNCH Kxirn' wlilc heavy cotton shcelinr; for double beds.' Thin IK an Ideal quality and Is worth today 51.25 QJ% yard, Saturday Night Sncclnl, ynnl "UC Cotton made wlih short slcero ami loose khcc. Thcso uro -well made and wall (Inched In cvtry way. EaUinlfty N'lplit SiificlAl, PT "nicathccl ll'u'ck Toivtl.i fiomalKchcil ciula and quality of A splcnaid loivel for led. Qg .room Silufday Nlehl Jlrs. 11. Davidson, conrener of the Home Kcouomics eoniuilltce, was Hsked to take up the mutter of Ins a Consumers' league. Mrs, D. A. Taylor a report'on the community playground work which was started here thlJj summer. lusicBl current cVcnls, Mlsa R. MUtc. NovcmLer OrKan, ,violln and clavier -Miss P. Dunsworth. November Class u; composers, Each, Handel and Cluck, Miss M. Smith; Musical current MIES Litgird. Hayden. Son.ila ccmposers at Winchester; Cathedra] at Worcesl-.J. U. Ill and Ikvlhovcn, Mrs. cr, Mla.i Hclseth. I Jnnuary aong anil February -Weber and others, or Avignon; Abbey Church of Cliiny..-MiFs M.-I. Musical curreui Miss H. Walhice. Mrs. L. Lundy. February Tcbruary composers Baptistry, Tower; San Mlnlalo, Schumann and Chop' cncc; The Cinnpanlle, Florence, iVfi'd. W.'F. XelEoW: U. Donald. i Fefcrnan' of Ihia per- Maich and Liszt, Mrs.- Percy of Gothic Per-' Forater; current events. Miss iotl; System ot Gothic Architecture, K. Prodie. Mrs. KirHiam. 5Iarch opera, ROES March Gothic AVagner's life worts, M Amiens. ROUCD, F. Dunswortli. gliair, Sketch r.1 tile. Hudson's Uaj Co.. Miss Slinrnian. Sturty of fu hearing anlmala of 'Canada, Mrs. John (jilmore. November Influence of Fr Canadian ulemcnt on Canada, past nnd present, Mrs.'W. Hamilton; Tho habitant. Dr, Drummond, Mrs.'Dr. December Untied Empire Thanks to the 'Jonatton of loy-illsLg, Mrs. g. S. Dunham'; The life the L.A.A.A., her commlitec will have ol Laura SecorO, Mrs. W. II. I) January Included Dame, Paris, Mrs. F. A. SLollzc. April 13th Rerman Gothic Cathed- ColoBiie, Itatisbon, Strnshurg, Mrs. J. IF. April English Gothic Calhetl- Abbey, K.iclerl York, Mrs. E. AlnRWorlh. May GoUilc Cathedrals Cathedral. Orncto Cathedral, Mrs. If. H. Nichols. Music Department Meets firs! nnd third Thursdayp. Subject: Ancient and njodern muslcaf history, and composers. October systems, Miss K. llrodic, early religious music. October century and Miss 11. Ulzct and others. Mrs. "Chis. McClenaghan; Mmlcal current events, G. C. Cope. April Century Composers, Miss 51. J. Currie. April 15lh Modern English com-' posers, Mrs. H. II. .Johnson, musical. current May Gib Modern French, CanidiHo. 'American Ml do you "demrCnds tha irate lieutenant of Doughboy CharlU: Chaplin as UG stands, '.firing hte, rif'c at th'e his face turned .to the rear. "I hate him" so j.1 can't -loo% ;it hlmT" answers, Charlie. him in .his second mill pic- "Shoulder Arms." Al tbe'Eni-.. March aUid press The Imperial Oil company' have in contemplation the enlargemeat of their rtfinitiK plant on the Pacific balance on hand to purchase equip- ment (or neil year. A meeting of the St. Cyprian "W- A. will held In thR parish room on Tuesday afternoon at 3.30. Mrs. Wel- llpgton and Mrs.-Uoyd will be tho hps: XolwSlhalanding the very lire at in the act of Con (ede ral I on and results, Sirs. II. A. McMillan, general current cvcnU. January Canadian political com parlBon ol two greatest political leaders, Sir John A. Macdun- ald. arid .Sir I j'uricr, Mrs. Vr. February -Bcnuty spDls of air Society. Every nnmhor was beau- lndlan selected; The Koyal 'NorlhKtfst Mounted Police; Mrs, H. lliank cadi 'one who liclpoJ .to turnlsl aucli -A proyram. -MA f_ and The presentation ot "Dr. I. Cnrcyou" and Qucsl for tho Princess Kallhinl" tile Clrls' parlmenl or Ihc United Sunday scliool. with nn on "The Cliallenge lo the Olrl ot by Mrs. R. Norman, be feature? at the Girls' Ilnllr at 2 o'clock tomorrow. Tho Cradle floll. Heginncrs and Prim- ary dcpnrlnipnls aro giving an Inter- esting program In tho hall at the snine hour. Mrs. Uunawnrth talk (_6 the and girls on "JJullcllng." .lo those )ldcr ivonitn aro Utvltcd rfllllcs.. pupils-oif the ChriAllBn school nre rucincaleil to' bring their City Klondike, Mra. J.- C. Bass; .Explorrt' lions of Stefanason. Mrs. P. Urlg ham. Works of Robert Service. Mrs H. Scott, May part In ih; Great Mrs. G. H. Ulxon; Solil Icr'a Land Seltlemcnl Act, Mrs. 0- Allison. Art Department Moets second'and (ourlh Tuesdays. Subject: ArchllecLnre. Oclober history of middle end powers of Christian Chim-h, Mrs, Chas. McClcn- Cbrialfan rhltcclure. Homo; Calncombii, St. Calexlus, llomcr; Uas- SI. Paul's, Outflldo tbn Walla. Homo. J. UJbles willi them on Sunday alter- Archl- iioon.' nt Dyzan- lino Architecture, charflcterhtlcs-and Al 3.30 Bundnr, In flip United church, (hero will bo R rtco'nsiructlon rnlly for men, planned anil 'conducted liy veterans. Ilov. C'tpl. Denoon anil Inlluencc. n.. E. Skclth. Xovoinbor !5lh-h3I.. Sophia.. Con. stantlnoplo; Ban.-Vltale, RATcnna; St. Capt. A. a Virtue, M.CV will cllscuna the cTiurrh are hlvlnp their rnlly fit Ihc rclRlfoua between thfi nnldler nnri H a.m. (n fthe. .church, Tho Scouts (ho church. Corp, Tliompjoii nnd will Tip Curt" vbrkg Pie. Stott will A packed house. .11. jofiiii'lin WiirijSA '.nd olhrr czpccttd, Tbe Uoye1 and aien'of happen Miss Esther Strote ORGANIZE Musical Kindergarten Classes On Saturday Morning, October 4th AL llic Conservatory ot Music, SlmUo :No, Z, for chllJren Iroin MYC to clghl roars ot age. Tbe courea will conshl. of ear [rain- ing, note refilling, rhythm, songs And, And from mualcal hlaloryr c'c. For further .InformaLlon phone No, 765 or Addroi Lethbritfge Conatrvirtofy of Muilc, f- FOR THE PRINCE We are well fVepared to deal with the decoration question arising oul' of the visit of the Prince. We have received a shipment, of bunting which is away below prevailing prices. Following are'colors and' prices: White Bunting, 30 wide, yard........15c> Red 30 inches wide, yard......... ISe Blue Bunting, 30 wide, yard ,v 15c Tricolor Bunting, 30 mches A 25c Worth today 25c and 35c'yard. BUY EARLY 20c and 69c AUtOMOBlLE STRINGERS 0( 10 Flags on tape .Ideal for motor decoration. Jl.ZSEkh ;