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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SA'ITimAY. SKPTRMBKR 28. HMR THE LISTHUHHXIK DAILY --vr-'"r-*c-? PAGE FTFTKEN  *  PERSONAL    Mra. Stanley A. Buchanan nuil children loft UiIh muruiilK lor tholr home in Kdmonton nftcr u lengthy vIhU with Hov. mill Mrs. Williuin Huchaimn. Mrs. J. A. I'limmiiiK.H turnoon for Winnipeg. loft this at- Mrs. W. S. McKao nnd family left UiIh afternoon to Join Mr. Mc.Rne In Vancouver, whore they will matin their permanent rcttldpnce Mrs. A. Fry. of New visiting til the city. Dayton, Is Miss 'Marion Hobble wan a weok-oii'l visitor at l'lncher Cronk.   m Hamilton Hrodio left this almriioon for Kdmonton. where h� Is lultliiR his second yonr work itt. tin- Alberta University,  �  Miss l.yle was tlx- week-mid guest of Mrs. M. Reunion in rineher Crr-nlt.   � Mrs .1. K. Tcrrill and Miss Kathleen Tcrrill loft today for Kdmonton, whore tho latter will commence her studies in tlio rnivuniity of Alberta.    Mr. and Mrs. \V. 1) Hannah and Miss Hannah of Montreal, are the quests of Mr. anil Mrs J. (). Hannah of '1(11 Ave. South    Rev. .1. fi. Hathaway of Carmnnfciiy. in HpeiKJiiiR tlie week-end in the city.    Alex. Roberlsoii left this week for  Suit Lake City to enter the I'ntvorsity there under the special agreement whereby the I'nited States Kovorn-inent takes laii.tltiu sliidents for spec-in I tralnliiK for the war.  �  Hon A. I. and Mrs Sifton. who have boon the quests of IJr. and Mrs. Slsley for the past ten days, leavo to-niKhl for Ottawa and will be accompanied oust by Mrs Sislcy, who will lie aw.iv for a lew weeks. Cal^uiy lleruhl. * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * Tlic Womnn's Civic tliib have ticwn from Nobloford which gives a most eompllnifintary reference, to Mr. liu-chanan'r speech at the openiiiK of their Lyceum on Wednesday and ad-vIsch all f.othbrlilge people to hear him In Knox church Monduy eTunlni? next. In addition to the tectum Mr. Lay-ton will give a short organ recital. MIbs Slmm and Mr. Pluming a duel and Miss M�ta Wellington n solo. ('apt. K. C. Mr-Kenzle will art b� elinlnnaii. � 8 � Ttu> regular meptliiR of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 O. K. fl.. will he held on Tuesday evening, October 1. at 8 p.m. sharp in the MaHonle. Hall. Conferring of dORrres and past matron's nlfiht. A full attendance is reiiuested. VisltliiK members cordially welcomaj �  � Adult Hlble class of l'nlteil Sumiay school will hold the monthly business and sorlal meeting at the home of Mrs. Allen. 70" tilth St. A. north, on Octo-her IHt at 7.no sharp. All members are reiiuested to attend and bring a friend.  � � The Art Needlework club will meet at tlie. home of Mrs. W. P. Roy. .Ml 7lh street .south on Monday afternoon Christmas paici I fijid. women boim tli..... ;k"i|>1 to attend Mr. Ho. v. mm Knox church , M"ie! any miIisi rlpt.ion received. ^TSAYSeODBYE 10 J. R. OLIVER 'nins! iiexi � giM'efu GENERAL er. and to wliirh a large uuniber of i guesls s;i, down Mr an I Mrs. Kil j ,; ,,,, , k '!lt "', '.l;V"iI,K V"" 'l�iiKhl-rs of the coast, where they will spend their! ^ v. , (iiv(. , � honeymoon, after which they will take I ..'('"!_ ,,/(],,! � � ii)i their residence in N'ohlefovd. where ! ' " ' .,,. ,,, , m i-ii ii- � nt'ig lo screw on l Mr. Kilpntnch is engaged as manager I ... f � ,, . of Hie Merchnnls Hank then- Mr i, , '. bnges niiiy be i �� A mere Tabel in.n; i>u: � forth tie following thought � The Spanish inline!,- : hi . iuc vet struck the town, h;i' iiv pii-f-'in,; t"\ er i-i upon us. A:! tin- .-;iul beets. tDmatoes, . .n � 111:11..J -and "tlbbllges lef: ,, h; the cattle have b" (ililinis vaj run I lie pi'-i.- >n i � � i � Kllpatrlck was h former resident of l,�!tlilii'idge.       SOCIAL EVENTS   O Mrs .1. A. .laclison was hostess at a delightful evening yesterdav. when she entertained a number of friends in honor of her sister. MiJ.i Knill, who is her guest. Such an outbre.c. mania must portend ter or the downfall > l.eltl- .i b.iril Kaise; ,0,, Cniloiihtedly the dance held hy Hie (Ileal War Veterans' Association las' night was the most successful of Hie >car. A gathering of some one hun-drnd and forty people had a very enjoyable time. Tl,e whist diive. under the direction of Mr. Wesley, ivu, vet-.v successful and the |iri/.es were won by Mrs Selby. Mr Hook'r and Mrs Hooker. The association expects to run a fortnightly dance until next spring. IE ivi ii'l.'iry of ]>o;ii(l of TnitW' i> Thiinkcd I'or Scr\iccs lo Comiminiiv .1 R in-'ill'. "j- \v!.i ." 1'�1 '..'in i"- ' 111r,if *'11 i -.11 tll'lllie | M I .'. ill I, .'. i1 n  .'� I'll lit � i. re in 'inii i |.-.i i :t � ,\' ' h" I ': n. d.r' : ! ll' m in i if Hi" tin 11 ,1 '�� .i ii hi in -1 veil I,. '' \| i |\' ii 1" ,i no ii 'mi �: 'f i)'.- A i f n n. H .i > r v ,i:. 11n,i n i nne; .t'. ^ .'."|il .� I Mi .l.i.nig Mr Olnei ;..t ii.  lilt '1'illl' ��: Vil  .: til i he I ..-! hi,; i'll'i' j . li.iasd "i Ti .>! and Hie � >t . .it  i in:..*. tl'mm'tic H Mm Khv, win. a i-. ir, i '  ' . U-.iir alxi .id'.l"d a word ni |,r!�i * > SCHOOL NEWS WEDDINGS v y the j pupils, followed hy refreshments. The children spent the res; of the evenlir; ' playing games, while the parents ml-' Journed to the principal'* room when- ' Mr Hiiviilson addressed ibem on lie 1 relation between the home and the school The whole affair was pin ] noiince.il a suicess and it is thought | that other grade* at the Fchool will have similar so, ings. I Among those presetv were Mi and) Mrs. Hannah, .Mr. ami .Mrs Hall. .Mr j and Mrs. Huwilcn, Mi and Mr-', liiik. Mrs. Hr. t'ragp, Mis. l.ippiiiKwell. Miss I! Shiinnaii. Mrs. Howard, Mr. A, Hdsulton. Mr. and Mrs. (llhson. Mr. and Mrs l.awford. Mrs Osborn-'. Mr. ami Mrs. J l>. Iliginiiotham. Mi. and Mrs ('. W. Allison, Mrs II. K Allison, Chief Hardy and Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Ott. Mrs. Ilickoll. Mrs K. I". Church. Inspector Morgan and Mrs Morgan. Mr. and .Mrs. .1 A liavidson. 4   .Mr W. A nil. Iialian. M.P., addressed the pupil.i of ilie High and Central school yesterday afternoon on nU visit to the battlefronl. Mthough the aiKiitoiiiim was crowded I.�ycml It.i seating capacity the eagjrnes? with which the children followed Mr. ltn-chanan's address cvldeniel its sue cess Mr. Huchanitii used a map during his lecture and told many Interesting things. Having visited so tunny points his speech was of intense interest and lie gave a most graphic description of Kurope and the present war which was listened to with rapt attention by bis audience. \L GIVEN WESTERN LABOR Mason & iRtartj panoa "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 needless expenditure and waste. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH 8T. a. IBTHBfttME Winnipeg. Sep! "- Ti-e Mjlli'nli Tree 1'iess says �,d.c : Ml '!:' .! !. gates returning frn.i l':.i . .m Labor cengre.'.s a' � I, expr.-1111 111---� Ivt� �. as ni'- � 'nan '' a iic! man:.' of them di.-i. . !: 1 v .. :.n>: :. tu,. I.ilmr situation west o! ' ' ' "1 l.i'." U � s,,Iut iij11- from a .. .'.�! n i .:', d la ii mi ion - were :.......H �".  n . and tli.' expeiirc i-:i!l"il !i ' a- '�!. deiet'a! e . ill a I tend in: !l|. e.i>t|.T....... was Ii, a ill' a' i'M.'lit II, ,;e wlf-tin the e.i-iern 111 � ri showing a lelll-h di � poslte-ll ai"l l.v Uleir ,'.'";!:' * * ? ? > : * : CAMP FIRE NOTES :  WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB * "> 4 In the past throe years some of the towns aurrounUllig Whbrldgo.' have been very gtmarevs l-i their subscrip-ilotjH to the *>"^-.-5.,s Olvio club The EDISON PECIALS "NO BRUSH" VARNISH i'ii" pint ma. No Uni-h V.u i.l : . . a ii\ .ipplied I!' i-.ilar '" 1 Sallllala v m^hi. p f\ P'-al . ... .......... 50C COCOA DOOR MATS Coco.i mats for in-id" use Regular ti'ic. Sa'ur.lay ��m illi'bt. :.pe,-.;,l ........'. . ODC JUTE MATS Th iee liif. : 'in - : /. - | , .'lilxiio and ..i.n7_: ,i,. In - Satur- 1.50 A well made cup of BAKER'S COCOA is alar^eparlof a ^ood meal. / It is delicious, is practically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the system almost to its full extent, and Us use'saves other more expensioe and Wasteful foods. Ttadc-mark on evcrit package. Canada Food Board LiccnM it- ta.d .................. 1.00 TWO CONCERT GRAMAPHONES Cabinet stylo, tilahoaauy lini�li. uqlvcrsifl toue urjh: pluyi" any ciake reeonl at less itinn cost. Special - - - S5O.G0 Another in fumed oak, uu'iversal tone urui. - $35.00 Special After-Supper Specials at Ry lands EVERY DAY IS A SPECIAL DAY AT RYLANDS. BUT SATURDAY IS AN EXTRA SPECIAL \ TURKISH TOWELS All White TurlilMli llutli Towels In soft absorbent Quality. We could not otter you Hiich it bargain Imil we not purchased thcHo lasi >��{ i. tioo.l |..'k ri.e Kemilar 7.r>c values.. After Supper Sale, pair..................60c WHITE FLANNELETTE K.i.c Vint. I'i >'"ic!ei;e in xood nihility nnil mmlluni width. This iliiiiii. lette i wirth more wholc-iale today thuii w* Hsk for It retail. Ileyular prici at least l'.'h' yard, After Supper Sale, 5 yards for...........$1.00 MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS " a. Men s Kbit' .tierino I'mlcrshlrts in a liieUluui weight for .ill wear. Thes ' : aim, nls arc well made and neatly finished. Shins only and all site Ic Regular value at least $1.1)0 anil 11 After Supper Sale............ ....... 6Sc, FLANNELETTE BLANKETS loll pans on.y ot soft fine All White Klanuuleiie llluukets, In the lii-l size. ThfHf ure not the largest size, but at Uylauds' urloi tiuy .-OmulU niukt! man;' n.emls. After Supper Sale................... $2.60 PILLOW CASES :iuil I'iilow Cased at leia than iiinnufaoturer'ii cost. Heniui.nl alt ready for use in good riualUy of cot;on anil full Kiiw. llC'KUlar valua today 15c etioh. After Supper Salt, 3 for ..,. ....... .. $1.00 CORSET SPECIAL An i'MT special flurry in hinli clans corsets. Mailo ffiiui lit-st nuiility of material in Rood ineillnm style. Full nuiK" of sizes and rcmilar value today is ?'.'.()n pair. After Supper Sate, pair................$1.25 COME WITH THE CROWD TONIGHT TO THE BU�V STORE ;