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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAca PAGE FIFTEEN 3=3 PKR90NAL Mrs. Stanley A. Buchanan and children left this morning tor their home in Edmonton after a lengthy visit with Rev. and Mrs. William Buchanan. * * * Mrs. J. A. Cummings left this af: 'ternoon for Winnipeg. '�*    Mrs. W. S. McRae and family left this afternoon to.join Mr. McRae in Vancouver, where they will make their permanent residence.  .   Mrs. A. Frye, of New Dayton, Is visiting iu the city.    Miss ^Marion Dobhie was a weekend visitor at Pincher Creek.    Hamilton Brodle left this afternoon for Edmonton, where he is taking his second .year work at the Alberta Uni-. versity, '    Miss 'Lyle was the week-end guest Of Mrs. M. Reardon in Pincher Creek. � � � Mrs. J. E. Terrlll and Miss Kathleen Terrlll Jeft today for Edmonton, where tho latter will commence her studies in the:-University of Alberta.  *  : Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hannah and I Miss Hannah of Montreal, are the � guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Hannah of 4tli Ave. South. � -i    Rev. 3. G. Hathaway of Carmangay, is spending the week-end in the city.     � Alex.. Robertson left this week for I Salt Lake City to enter the University ! there under the special agreement whereby the United States govern-,inent takes 150,000 students for special training for the war. �  . Hon. A. L. and Mrs. Sifton. who have been the guests of Dr. and M-r-6. Sisley for. the past ten days, leave tonight for Ottawa and will be accompanied .east by Mrs. Sisley, who will he away for a few weeks.-Calgary Herald. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * The Women's Civic-club have news from Nobleford which gives a most complimentary reference to Mr. Buchanan's Bpeech at the opening of their Lyceum on Wednesday and advises all Lethbridge people to hear htm in Knox church Monday evening next. In addition to the lecture Mr. Layton will give a short organ recital. Miss 31mm and Mr. Fleming a duet and Miss Meta Wellington a solo, Capt. E. C. McKenzie will'act as chairman. �  � The .regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 O. E. S., will be held on Tuesday evening, October 1, at 8 p.m. sharp in the 'Masonic Hall. Conferring of degrees and past matron's night. A full attendance is requested. Visiting members cordially welcome. *   Adult Bible class of Unlt,ed Sunday school will hold the monthly business and social meeting at the home of Mrs. Allen, 707 12th St. A. north, on October 1st at 7.30 sharp. All members are requested, to attend and bring a friend. -  * � The Art Needlework club will meet at .the home of Mrs. W. P. Roy, 614 7th street south on Monday afternoon.   m *>**'/ 4 >*�:* ?  * � * � > .;. :;:::>�& > KILPATRICK-BOWEN Macleod Speutator--On Thursday, Sept. 19, at the" Methodist church, Macleod, the marriage was celebrated between Miss Hattie Bowen, of Macleod, and M. A. Kllpatrick, of Noble-ford. The Rev. W. A. Lewis officiated. The bride, who was attired in a very handsome travelling suit, was attended by Miss Bella Bowen, while the services of best man were carried out by Mr. J. Stenhouse, of Leth-brldge. The" church was beautifully decorated, and the wedding march was played by Miss Mary Macdonald. After the ceremony a reception was held at the house of the bride's moth- er, and to which a large number of guests sat down. Mr. and Mrs. Kil-patiick left in .the evening for tho coast, where they will spend their honeymoon, after which they will take up their residence in Nobleford. where Mr. Kllpatrick is engaged as manager of the Merchants Bank there. Mr. Kllpatrick was a former resident of Lethbridge. Km For thorough sanitation in every nook and corner. Economical to use-contain* no acids; alkali, or caustics to harm the hands. 11 m I m "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" MASON & RISCH PIANOS Have a definite established price representing the greatest piano value possible to give-to pay less is to risk permanency and  satisfaction-to pay more is to court iteed-less expenditure and wasted MASON & RISeH LIMITED, BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. kftTHBRVME Airs. J. A. Jackson was hostess'at a delightful evening yesterday, when-she entertained a number of friends-: in honor of her sister, Miss Emii, who ,is her guest. ... Undoubtedly the dance held by the Great War Veterans' Association last night was the most successful of: the year. A gathering of some one hundred a'nd forty people had a very enjoyable time. The whist drive, under the direction of Mr. Wesley, was veriy successful and the prizes were -ft^on by Mrs. Selby, Mr. Hooker and Mrs. Hooker. Tho association expects to j run a fortnightly dance until "next | spring.    |�> SCHOOL NEWS ? ? : ? : : > : : > > > : : i | A very unique affair took place at | the Central school last evening when the Grade VIII. class and their teacher, Principal Davidson, assisted by Miss Sharman, vice-principal, entertained the parents of the pupils. Tjie object was to have the parents and teacher get' acquainted in order to create a closer relationship between the home and the school. The first part of the program consisted of a short entertainment by the pupils, followed by refreshments: The children spent the rest of the evening playing games, while the parents adjourned' to tlte principal's room where Mr. Davidson addressed them on the relation between the home and the school. The whole affair was pronounced a success and it is thought that other grades at the Central school will have similar social evenings. ., .. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hannah, Mr. and Mrs. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Bawden.'Mr. and Mrs. Hick, Mrs. Dr. Crafg, Mrs. Lippingwell, Miss B. Sharman, - Mrs. Howard, Mr.. A. Hoselton, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.-Lawford, Mrs. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Allison, Mrs. R, E. Allison, Chief Hardy and Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Ott, Mrs. BIckell, Mrs. . E,' P. Church, Inspector Morgan arid'.Mrs. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davidspn. � �  Mr. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., addressed the pupils of the High and Central school yesterday afternoon on hi a vis it to the battlefront. Although the auditorium was crowded bsyond -Ita seating capacity the eagarness ' with wh'icTi the' children' follower! Mr. ";Bu chanan's address evidenced its success. Mr. Buchanan used a map during his. lecture and told many intern eBting thlngB. Having viBited "so many points his speech was of intense: interest and he gave a most graphic description of Europe and the present war which was listened to with rapt attention by his audience.   . *?**?? > ? ? * ? > * CAMP FIRE NOTES * : ? ? * > ? : * ? : >, On Friday evening last the Camp Fire Girls and Boy Scouts of Wesley church chaperoned by Rev.' an,d Mrs. Gragg; motored to Barons for the! pur-: poBe of demonstrating the work of the; two organizations, for the benefit of the Barons boyB and girls who intend; organiztnz in the hear! future. Six carloads, aboutthlrty lit all, left Wes:il ley church at seveti p.m.,? arriving In; Barons shortly aijler eight, where tlieyi were greeted by a very enthusiastic:! crowd of Barons people. Ab the cars' tiled down the street, the jolly occupants raised such a noise with their.' yell* and drums that it might have] been, mistaken for a German raid After parking their cars, they werei conducted over to the hall by Rev.: Malley^ where after considerable fuss-; ing around in the dressing-room, the:, program was finally started. It was: well received by the audience, each number proving better than the last. The Grand Council Fire put on by the girls; and the first aid work of the boys were esjicially instructive. .ThtF program was concluded at about ten-; thirty by the singing of "God Save the King," and "God Save Our Splendid'! men;", after which the Lethbridge, crowd were escorted over to Sing; Le^'s cafe, where a dainty luncheon: was served by the kind people of Bari' one. The chauffeurs then filed into*"' line with their cars, arid the parnd#: started for Lethbridge, arriving Uom# at*one a.m., all feeling that they hud'* enjoyed a very pleasant und profitable evening^ -------------------------------...... Christmas IWRSfl !fi^id. While the women hope'thWe iieopln will be able to attend .Mr^ Buchunan'h ledum In KnoX cluing j Monclny evening !( next any'subscnricionK will brj'/gtfatetally received. 1 ,! I. ' i; '' > 6ENERAL ? : : : > : ? : ? ? ? : > : A mere Taber man puts forth the following th'baghts: The Spanish Influenza lias not yet struck the town, but the pickling fev-( er is upon us. All Die cauliflowers, beets, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and cabbages' loft �x by the vagrant cattle have been swept into the pickling pot and yet our women, like the daughters of the horse-leach continue to cry: "Give, Kive." Some of our citizens of the timid sort are beginning to screw on tliPir tops more firmly, fearing lest even these sacred cabbages may be coveted for the kettle. Such an outbreak of the pickling mania must portend either a hard winter or the downfall of the kaiser. PICTOU.N.S., MINERS New Glasgow, X.S., Sept. 2S.-The miners' strike at Pictou County Collieries is settled. The operatives go to work next Monday, accepting an advance of 20 cents .a day in wages. The acceptance was based on the balloting today, which resulted in an overwhelming, inajorliy of "ayes" at three mines-Drummnnd, Acadia and Thorburn. The committee to investigate the high cost of living as it affects the miners will he appointed tomorrow, the chairman to be chosen by the Trades and Labor council. The other two members, one to represent the men and the other the companies, will be elected. SORE AT TREATMENT GIVEN WESTERN LABOR Winnipeg, Sept. 28.-The Manitoba Free Press sayB today: "All the delegates returning  from the Trades and Labor congress- at. Quebec express themselves as,more than dissatisfied, many of them'disheartened, with the scant consideration given at the congress to matter's'relating to the labor situation west of the Great Lakes. Resolutions from the western Canadian unions were scarcely even read and the expense entailed by western delegates iu attending the conference was to a great extent money wasted, the eastern men'showing a selfish disposition and by their weight: or numbers entirely overwhelming western representatives inv every effort they made for a hearing. "That there must he a change was admitted on all sides locally and among delegates from other western points, R. B. Russell, representative, of the Metal Workers'', admitted that the resolutions from -western Canada labor board had received scant consideration. - " 'A movement is on foot,' said Mr. Russell, 'to call a convention of the labor interests of the four western provinces. It is absolutely necessary that matters concerning the western labor movement, which were passed over at the congress, should receive consideration.'" ' BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE 1 ? WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB .. * 4| In the past three years some of the'1 townB �^|r.�, LepibridgjB}; JmVe ; be#n very geri'tfcf�s"% tEeir" subscriptions to th& �S'f^-l'Vs Clvln club The EOISDN "Tho Phonograph With a Soul" "Think what the- NEW EDISON would mean iu your home when at your wish- you could have not a mere imitation, not" an approximation, but the actual voices and playing of the great musical artists,of today." "Don't .trust your imagination. Hear tho NEW EDISO,N. You can believe, the -miracle of it only when you are standing,before, it yourself listening to. its literal "recreation" of all forms of niu.sle." Styles and prices to suit everybody. '.'.,' Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical",, 315 6th Street 8. Phone 1543 Remember th� Address Secretary of Board of Trade is Thanked For Services to Communiiy �T. R. Oliver, for two years secretary of the Lethbridgo Hoard of Trade, severs his connection with that institution today and leaves shortly for Vancouver where ho will be engaged on municipal work with the Point Grey municipality. At the Thursday luncheon of the board a resolution moved by K. ('. McKenzie and seconded by Arthur Hayr was unanimously adopted thanking Mr. Oliver for bin untiring services to tho Lethbridge Board of Trade and to the city at largo. George 13. MacKay, who was in the chair, aiso added a word of praise for the work Mr. Oliver has done in Lethbridge. and on behalf of the business men of Lethbridge wished him the best of luck in ills new venture. The luncheon was largely attended, about 25 being present. TAKE HUN GUNS London, Sept. 27.-Some German guns, including a complete battery, were captured by Field Marshal Haig's men today. BAWD EN SPECIALS 'NO BRUSH" VARNISH - One pint tins No Briish" Var nish, easily- applied. Regular ?1.3o. Saturday night, special .............. 50c COCOA DOOR MATS Gpcpa inajis* 'for .inside > use. Regular SpOr.'Baturday.' iiighf, special ..... OOC JUTE MATS Three different sizes. 18x36; .30x60 and 36x72 inches. Satur-j; day night special, r'K- 75c; $1.26 and l.aV t STAIR CAfcPET Jute Brussels Stair Carpet, % wide, reversible. Saturday > nigiht special, yard ;...'. OvFC VITALITE MAT * ^ - , j.. -- For baby's cot or bathroom, thoroughly - absorbent. Regular $1.75. Saturday night", � a a" special.............1�UU BORDERED SCRIMS Beautiful; "cplors in'. Borders,' good fast dyes. Regular 35c. Saturday night special, - After Supper Sale, 5 yards for ,........ MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 2)1' Mens Fkie Merino Undershirts in a medium weight for fall wear. Theso {.iirments are well made a,nd neatly finished. Shirts only and all size 40. Regular value at least $1.00 and $1.25. After Supper Sale . FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 100 pairs only of' ROft fine All White Flannelette Blankets, in the 10-4 sizo. These are not the largest size,,but %at Rylands''prloa, they sJ'ocId. make.many iriends,-'! �..^>V.i-. '% r $2.60" . , tiAwwCASES % .,Ti -;- > 300 Villow rCas{MiaMh!M&auur manttfaetttrefa^eoat'.' 'HemuiedviO!' I reaay for, fiso invgo'tfdfnuaMtyrOt cotton and;full site. Heeiilar valu* �fo 4$c eatih ^ * ^ ^-J After Slipper Sa^ifw'"}.(;\ : ' ' v;. ivM '"^^SferSPECIAL : ' " � '?v Anv extra apeoiai flnory in high class corsets. Made-"-from best * 1 quality of materlal-in good medium style. Full range of siaes" and I is1, regular value today is $2.00 pair. After Supper Sale, pair . $1.25 COME WITH THE CROWD TONIGHT TO THE BU�Y ..... i, ,,. , h � . i - -�t " ts* � mi ?????46078?810533083?845433017?1815?2372610475?4560379320336?535 ;