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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i.biiUiiiiUiir. MILADI PhilM 1U4 PERSONAL Mr. Philip Sadowskl left yesLerdt) for Bertley, California. There lie will ihe University of California. ilrc. J. Normal Ritchie returned llils mornlog from Proctor, IJ. C. Mr. M.onlfomery spcot week tud In. Milk River. Mrs. PenctftUier will not receive tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Cudorii and daughters art? the guesio of Mr. and A. Sinclair. Mfi au'l Mrs. Henry have gone to 'California, where they expect spond the next few j Mr. Arthur Fifke who has heeu the I finest of Ills parcels for Ihe pas couple ot weeks led' yesterday for 11'rovoEt. 10 CHURCHES AKC SOCIETIES classes uuder the auspices of tho wo- men's civic club will commence .at I when (t is hoped that M iiitond- members will make an effort lo .'attend and aJeo make monthly pay- ijjnents. ibp fee will havo to tbc raised, for further iuformatlon te- -tbese classes plf-ase Mrs. J. Simpson, icU-nhonc U73, or J. Holt, 653. The ladies' aid cf Knoi churc'n will holj this.- regular monthly lueel- ICK oti Kriduy alicruoon al three o'clock iiiaHad of on Thursday us la UMial. I'li'aso keep (he clinuEe of day in miud as a largo aiteudauce Is de sired. Mrs. Marrifcou and Miss Mfirrlson' Mrc, Unsworlb'a anii Mre. Carter's list evening Miss Perkins1 camp: mid Mrs. Held, IVDO have been visit-' iccUcn ol ttio Hebekaha will meei at of ibis Camp Fire Girls o[ Wesley j ing In Ontario (or the past taw monihs llie homo of Mrs. W. Hut ton, 12Lh church cnterlained the other tamps 1'avc returned lo Ihe city. j St. C. Xonh, tomorroiv ravening at al a very successful tea given in I eight o'clock. Bchool room of the church. Forty Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ducharan aodl guo.sia were scaled and were deftly lamlly lelt today- for their homo Tho ladica1 ilJ of Uic United .waited upon by Miss Perkins and her KJmontoQ. 'j Cburch are holding an apron anJ' assintanis. Following xlho tc-a Miss i pantrj- gale on Saturday. October 4th Kirk addressed the girls on llaphael'a Mr. Hugh Ilcrtles of Plnchcr Creek.; In the church hall. Sale opens at 3 p.m.. St. CiMcn Madonna. Miss Kirk's im- bis been fipeudlng thu paec Tew days Kindly have all dontitiong til the par-' of Ihe beauties of the niae- in ihe city before returning lo Iha aonaeo by noon on Saturday. Will the icrpicce was btnullfully delivered. untTcrsily In BJjnonton. I ladleg see liat our home cootlny' j mnle Is well micd, j v v v v v v v v Mr. Arthur IJtelnbothnm, rolurued loday 'Irora f two weeks visit to Ills Fisler, Mr ST. Frank Colpijian, at the KnoLunay Ivafecs. The monthly meeting of the Wes- ley Indies' aid -will be held in ditirch parlors tomorrow (AVednes- j Uay) aftcrnGan nts important j v Mr. find Mrs. John and Onugtit- Is'to be for ili YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY ORGANIZED O ers, Miss Mona nod Miss Florence. lelt thin ndernoon lor Winnipeg, where they In fuluro reside. Mrs. J. IJoyd and wee tlaughlcr hATC rclnrned from a short visit al Milk lllvcr. Mr. and.'Mrs. Kied Downer liave returned Iroin Viclorln. Mr. LJoyJ is a Tlsllor in C'al- for -a day'f. was' a wFek enil vis- flor in Milk lllvcr. Miss Florence large attendance urged. Mrs. Ited moiid acd Mrs. Perry be tbe Tho girls' of the Hebek Sinclair, S05 Glh Kt. Soulli, loni tight u'clouh. .There rill be a dance held in K. or P- hall on .Thursdai' ever Ortler ot Fprcslers. A very enthusiastic meeting uf Iho young people ol Wesley c-hurcli was j bold last evening In the ladles' par-1 lor lo discuss the advisability ot j a Younjf People's Society, j j Alter cocEiderabk discussion it was i Momlar at o'clock and in Ihc Prolhcon Class Room. Tho u( Ilie society will be to develop the follow ing olTiccis were elected: Hon. C. K. Cragfj Ovi'inj (o the visil 10! II. n. H.. the) (ilajys Bilemnu. Prince or Wnles to our city on Thurs-1 lsl K. Uamiiird.. day, (hpre TYill lie no afLornoon swim- 2nd Vice Cbas. Brlggs. Decorate For the Prince We arc M'ell prcjiarctl to (leal with Ihe decoration question onL of the visit of Ihe Prince. have received a "ship- jnenl of ImiiliiiE ivhicti is away below prevailing iiricea. Following aro colors nrkes: j White Bunting, 30 inches wide, yard...... 15c Red Bunting, 30 inches wide, yard......... 15c Blue Banting, 30 inches wide, yard.........15c Tricolor Bunting, 30 inches wide, yard......25c WORTH TODAY 25c and JSc YARD. BUY EARLY! Also Flagt at ISc, 20c and 69c Each AUTOMOBILE STRINGERS Of Id flags on tape. Ideal Tor molor Speclil i or Value, each The Latest New York and Parisian Styles Shown by Live Models IN 3TARLAND THEATRE our film of all Lhc IntcH productions Uhco on own models, reprrfgcntSos the latest in Nc'iy York and Pflrlslan styles still continues to be shown. This la rtn opror- lunify for (.he ladies o( l.clhltrldge lo ncc the vory latest fashions an llvo Any Gown si .or Furs shown can be procured through' Hudson's Bay Store, Lethbridgc. This film, was run for tliroe nights In Calgary lo packed housq-l No extra Theatre Charge for aoelng Ihls Mini. Agues Hcndrie. King. Press L, Porler. Miss W. Lingard. Assl. Chas. Brigge. Social Department (meeting 1st Monday of each Helma Porter, convenor. Mr. F. Hannard. Miss Simm, Miss E. Prosscr. Miss Kunst. I 2. Study Classes (meeting 2nd J.Monday ot eacn C. K. i Brandow, convenor. Miss I JMiFs Perkins. Mr. West, Miss Smith. 3. Dramatic: (meeting 3rd Monday ol each Lingard. j iccnvcnor. Miss 0. Uulcnian, Mrs. Dr.i JBryaos. K: Kannarrt. I 4. Mlcrary a'nd Debating (meeting; i 4ih Monday ot each Enid Hamilton-, convenor, Miss .lean Pipes, Miss Jessie CraU. Mr. Chas. Hrlffgs. Miss Pftrler- Current Evaiits [meeting ;5ih i Monday uf tlic monlh, onco a I -Miss Uooilhand. convenor, j Lewis. Mr. Bowan, Mr. Drigss. Jliss; ivas decided lo liohl the first ivjccling next Monday evening at S.16 anil in charge of Social Depart- ment. All lite, young jieojilc ot the church and congregation arc invil ed lo link up tlio society. Four hundred and scventynnc the at Ihe Reconstruction llally at the United Sunday school. 1919 mimilc men ol the Pip Cure" by Hie Scouts under Scout Master Soady. ati address tiy it, Johnson on ''The challenge to the boys ol lo I day" and a straight from Ihu shuuiriuri lalk on lite hoys dcparlmcnt were fca-- lures of Ihcv boya rally. The bcgin- ncrs and primary dcpartmcnls put on a nice program and'-Mrs. Dunsworth gave a Ulk on "Uullding." "The Quest for Faith- "Doctor, niay I- Cure Prcsclibcrt" .al the Girja departaicnt rally gdoH. Mrs. Jl. Gorman (alhcd lo (ho girls on "The Challenge of MID Girl ot lotlay." Tho men's session hcnrd tlio rela- tion of the'soldier to (lie church dis- cussed Ilcv-Copt. DenoDii and Capl. A. H. Virtue, M.C. A. C. Ukln, and K- n. JolmaloLi spohc at the evening snrvitc.- At Church splendid programme was render- ed by llic'dlfTe'rcnt clnsscs connected wltb the Cliristlan church Sunday Thero was. tig preaching acr- ivlcc. all Uic forenoon being up I with tlaes study, rollnwctl by the pro prflnime In roitiicctidn with the Instal- lation nf tlio new ofTlccra for (ho civ siiinp year. Following a Mr. I XocJr installed 'lii'liia new olfirc AS SnnrTny'GCiiool KiipcrlntcndciU Along I KccBlbf'iia asslManl supcrin- I Icmlent, Mr, as recording 'sccrelary, TArs. liiinswoHli an correS- ponding sccrelary, Mfss tllanchc H dcrson 03 or'Ennla'., Kitgenc roir aa nsstalanl orgnnlst. Mr. Far row rfiad the Jnslalhtion ceremony, responded to .suiUliln 'passages ol gf.rlpturc L. Curtis, pastor. After! llic'- injprcsstvc cere inony of Installing Ilie'olTircrs, new hud original songs were sung by the nihlo, tho c Iho Chccrfur Workers, K.illhful Heap cla'sai tho.LHtlo Fishcra 'rltiss. Following thia the fiev. Mr Curtis spoke1 b'rfdlly on Uio'inoLloiol the entire -iSUntliy Bchool. 'Is "The yholp.nUilc for the vTiolc worlvlli Kcll oiic iilec'd each.. Navy nad black, yd. 1 CARDINAL SERGE 3G inches wldo. Splendid cloth for 'ih-ld- ren's wear. Special. .Price, yard HARRIS TWEEDS in grey only! 51 inches wide. 20 yards only Co sell. Worlh.loday ?4.SO yard. Sale I'ricc, ynrd GREAT VELVETEEN CLEARANCE 1 piece each Silk Finish Vclvaleen, 22 inches wide. DriEht llnhb; Colors or browii, purple, grey, royal Liuo ;inc; red. Value tortny yard. To Clear 98cyd. NATURAL PONGEE SILK A ten- !only, left over from summer stock. It will pay you lo buy this even it you