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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VHIUA.Y. APRILS, 1320 D.MI V MKHALU PAGE FIFTEEN president, Sirs. J. Llvinjstono and MfS. MadeoG. Red and white carnatkraa and sprays ot stnllax were prettily ar- ranged Si decorations oa llio tea table presided over liy XJrs. Dairgoa; Mr'p. Normatt and Mra, Ripn, assisted by Mre. Dr. Loverlog, -Mrs. t-eavllt, Mrs. 3. Davidson and Mrs. R. A. Keller. A pantry table was held'in conjunction with which vus In charge ot Mrs. Laycock. During the nliernouii delightful musical si'lecllous were given by Mrs. Cress, Mrs. Hughes and .Miss Smith. THE WINNER OF THE HIGH HAT Mr. )Varr.en Harris who has been visiting friends lu the city for the pa-jt' few days relumed lo Calgary to- e Mr. (J. V.'. Jrvlng Is IB Caigiry. Mr. Kfod Hick Is a visitor lii Calgary and Ednionton for a Few daj's, Mrs. H. Miles is'sneodjnj; the weeV- WESLEY LADIES AID MEETING c- lulned Mre. and Miss Thompson Canmore at dinner on Tuesday even- ing lu a guest lintel. at the I'alllser The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church snet for their businoss'mee't'ingr Mrs. J. Easton, 9th St. aouth, enter- last Wednesday; The election of of of fleers resulted as follows: President. Mrs. Joho Livingstone; 1st .vice presl dent, Mrs. Rivers; .2nd s vice-president, Mrs. J. third Tha farewell daiico giv.en In honor Ylce-pres'rlcnt, Mrs. J. DaTrson; ccc- ot Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Wade, it retarv, Mrs. J. 0. Bass; treasurer, the R. C. 51. P. list night, Mrs. "n. A. Crawford; puWlcIly agent1. of. the. Jolllest and1 best at- iirs. Klpp'f "cohvenor 6i teudod'dances yet glven'by Ihe Moun- giving, Mrs. Gaorge Dlxon; hospitality Ues. An orchestra of four pieces, commlltee, Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. Neve, Morgan; convenor for the hos- and a geu- toss coiiiuilttee. Mrs. Falrburn. Dou- The Store of Quality Groceries two Baiaphoncs and xylophone, -----------as "of good, fellowship exist- qucls ot pink carnations were present- 3'rs. Chlsholni and children who. ed.' Dainty were served to Mrs. J. Livingstone and Mrs. Iwve at iue. coastal during tlie evening, and to conclude Crawford, treasurer, as a token of Iho cities lire tho guests of >ITB. Chls-' the evening's entertainment.'Sergeant esteem In'which they aro held by the Iwliu's. mother, Mrs. JamBijFlsfc. 3 Friends of JIIss Garrisop of liank of Montreal will regret to tho Craig mads a farewell speech on b9- Vi'esley Ladles' Aid. half 61, his. comrades, to MK and Mrs. Wado ind Stan" Sergeant Wade made f. t- reply In a few'tittipg words, expressing that she Is summoned to her home In Mrs. Wade's and his own deep regret Halifax owluj to Hie serious Illness of. bcr mother. Mr. Matson, who at- the CUresholm agricultural College, after spending .the Easter holidays In the ell? wlti fatcpr.ren.UY Air. and Mra. H. now for Tiller, Alborta, where be has ac- cepted a position as foreman pf'a'C. I'. 11. Irrigation and Investigation farm. Mr. F. Rollins leaves itmight on a business trip to Edmonton. at. leaving LptDDrlclge friends, after an acquaintanceship of about" IB years. After 'the Staff Sergeant's reply., all V -c- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Joined in singing "For He's a Jolly The Whist Drive and Dance in Burg- Captain G. Corson, of the Macaasa, who for the seventh time won the Harbormaster's hat by bringing the-first boat of the season into Toronto harbor. Tho captain is EhowE on the right and Deputy Harbormaster Join M. Allen on tho left. liroihcrhood of Mr. E. J. Wll- especially those that the family havo Hams took his usual place at the been sleeping between, as they will Piano, and Ihe following songsters de- otherwise become too soiled to clean lighted tho audience with en- c-asily. Choose a bright, sunny day cnred selections'. Mrs. A. Glanvllle.j lo dry and oir them. Mrs. McGilllvray, Mr.-Ward anij Mr. W. Kealey. Recitations were! Now Is a good.time to try out fat rendered by Mrs W. Lappin and Mr. you havo been collertlng. Pork, J Kennedy Miss Dorothy Oliver particularly, leaves fat, puro and rich tha aiidlenca with violin solos, enough, tg use for any purpose 111 at j is. A tin container and a coo' it sweet. with: her'splendid pianoforte selec- tions. Miss Glanvilie'vras a pupil ot Mr. Claude Hughes and--the least that Water will omelet more ten- der than milk. Good and "Auld Lang- Syne" man's hall tonight by the. civic e aflor which the Home Sweet Home ployees promises to be a good even- walti wan played. I ing's entertainment. The "Civles" pupil. The Order of the Moose also I have spared no expense to make it upheld their traditions In catering for The tea held 1m the Wesley church and with' splendid prizes, the children. .Special amusement was im-lcanheBaldoftblsaccon.pllBhedyoung! cmmpl.i, 1. en-: musician la that she It a worlhy icnt for mirror6. parlors yesterday afternoon was a de- for the Whist Drive, and a three-piece elded success, the sum ot being orchestra supplying the music for the realized. Mrs. Hugh Taylor and Mrs. dance, the affair should be well pat- George MacLeod were the hostesses, ronized. The guests- were received by the also put on for the youngstera. a hem In a garment, If a piece of cardboard Is cut the re- width It may be slipped along Honey Spred, Airline, per packet..........50c Honey, in glass jar, Is, each i.. 40c WELCH'S PURE FRUIT JAM Fruitlade, Piuralade, Peachlade, b glass jars, ea, 40c Butter, Brookiield Creamery, per Ib.....f... 80c Cocoa, Baker's Ib. tins, 30c Cocoa, Fry's Vz Ib. tins, each..............30c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Celery, per Ib. 18c Head Lettuce, each...........____......15c Green Onions, small size bunches, 2 for.....15c Florida Grape Fruit, each......... v 15c Oranges, per dozen.......... 55c, 65c and 75c Dainty refreshments brought a ana quickly and evenly K 1 R K B Y'S High Class i tea Rooms i The peaceful environment of our Tea please you. IN Everything up-to-date. Prices reasonable, I KIRRBY'S S'.C.SHORt' enjoyable evening to. a'close, and It would be sato to say there will be many sighs ot regret the sum mer months come Mooso socials. compllshed. APPLE SPECIAL No. Repacked. and too A well attended and successful meet- log of tho A': Y. P. A. was held last evening in tho St. Auguslmes hall, when full preparations were made ef Q a largo congrecatlonal "Gel social on Wednesday, April 21sl. In i.; Ihe Masonic Hall. Invitations will be Issued during the following week and it Is hoped lhat every member of tn6 congregation will remember the date and keep the evening open for this social. THE CAVENDISH-WEDDING A A ff fy -I' ff ff It your bed stands In as outdoor hot for sleoplng-porch all winter, discard ordinary cotton sbccts and have the cosy fleece sheets which are delight- ful to crawl Into and which launder Just like the ordinary kind. per GENERAL LONDON, March trot and case For present use, either eating or cooking, they cannot be beaten at this price. PHONES 313 .1513'NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY The-weddiEff of Lady Bojothy Cav- endish, daughter of llio ouke and Duchess, of' Devonshire, and Capt. Maurice MacMKlan, will take placo at A pantry sale will be held In SI. st. i'' Westminster, on besltatlon wallz may figure on the Mary's Parish Hall on Tuesday, April ApiU 21. The officiating clergy will next dance cards at Buckingham nih'at 3 o'clock. Tea will bo sen-- u0 the Bishop of Derby, Right Kev. palace as a consequence of a dance cd from 3 to 7. A social will be.held Williani ths bride's cousin flnle Ihere this week, when only the iu Ihe evening. A good musical pro-1 of Iho late -archbishop nf lartcers, quadrilles and waltzes were gramme is hetnc; nrrflDged and refresh-1 Canterbury, and Rev.ijobn MacMii- on the program so says a court gos- menta wlil bo served. ianp the bridegroom's! .-cousin. The sip. Iduko -will sive the brWe away. The H was a small party. Only Ther'o'WllIbo an important business' Lest man will be Mr. Arthur Penn. guests were present.- The Prince ActThCls desUcd meeting of St. Mary's branch of the and !tue bridesmaids Lady Anne Cav- Wales had urged tlie inclusion of Llquoi A1S" W A ot Iho JI S C C in the parish emlisb, a sister of the brtde; Lady some of the modern steps, but Queen to put Urn or warehou.es in Alberta next all Wana CaTtnUlsh, and Udy Katherlce Mary had said that most of them out of business within 30 days, after 230 All inembers are urged lo the bride's cousin, and we.-e not fit to be introduced In the enactment, tend and bfi punctual'' 'Miss -Jean MacMHlanr'-the bride- palace. i i groom's cousin. A reception will After the opening lancers, In which ney-general, brought forward some ad- The bill required that bond warehouses secure certificates from the federal government. 'The The VOUHB people's Bible class of'helil af Lansnowne house and the King, Queen and" members i federal government will not Issfce r.nlled church are holdltae an honeymoon will be at of the Royal house-hold participated, 1 these certificates wi hout the consent Yorkshire.- the guests Informed the Mies-in- -of the. attorney-general, and M.r. Boyle o'clock tonight, welcome. All young people are Popular as have been the joint soc- ials given by Ire. women of (he heart Lepfon this season, tho one giv- en last Wednesday evening In the MooseH.aH eclipsed all.others. Mr- A. J. Ingmm acted as chairman In hU characteristic opened tho evening's program by passing a few remarks on "Fraternalism and tho -1 TIRS e the guests Informed the ladles-ill- waiting and equerries lhat they didn't' has told tha house that ho will not con- know how..lo.dance the old-fashioned lancers and 'quadrille steps. They TO HOUSEWIVES prayed that tbey.be allowed to out- sit" them. There were .only ..tour, wnlties on the program: arid when sent to the Issuance of any except per-. haps one in order to the, law to be tested in Iho courts. these Strike of bricklayers at Nov. York, wore i begun in January, has been called over "the" party ended abruptly. 'Mem- i off. The men's demands for an'.tii- bers of the royal h'ousehold say the crease from to J1.25.an hour will queen will henceforth either admit be settled by .Mayor liyiaii, with con the up to date, it lively, tlops, If Your Plans for Spring Cleaning Include Fresh, New Wall Paper Then you've beautified your home in a way that will give the whole family and all your .visitors a greater appreciation of home cheerfulness and comfort. You'll recognize the force of that idea if you'll come in here and see the beautiful wall paper effccls we have to show you now. "Like a New Home" That is what your visitors, your neighbors and vour family will say when your rooms are redecorated with the handsorne wall paper designs that are show- ing in the new spring patterns and color schemes. C. G. OLANDER GENERAL 13th STREET NORTH 'Always-ice a w.ke while warm. i Crcatn pujfs take 25 minutes to bake. lt_ls; liarmfnl lo silk'stockings to iron'ufem. the ruga and carpels aro them with a large sponge or soft'cloth wrung oul of warm water a little ammonia has bsen This will brighten up the rugs wonderfully and take out grease spqls if thcro are any. Tho use of paper towels In thC'kltch- en wlU save bo'h time and money [.so 'plunly of soft paper lo clean frying pans wliilo Iliey are still hot Instead: of washing tliein. The paper absorbs every pnrlicle of grease. It may subsequently be used tor light- ing tho (Ire. Make steamed pudding's nl this. Ihe heat can be util'zeill ________ from boiled vegetables or Dumplings and Troy puddings aro EDMONTON'. April legisla- nmongjtlie good onei for every day. lure hopes lo complete tho work of TV. T j the scshtoii tonight and prorogue Sat- Blankels should now be denned, unlay. Today Hpn.'J. n. Boyic, alter- abandon-.the, royal dances altogether cessions on both aides. Rev. Newton, Si. A'., rector of Trinity Church, Cornwall, has been offered the Incumbency of All Saints parish, Ollawa. EMPRESS SATURDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY Edmonton House Wants To Fin- ish Business Friday Night Laws Up BUTCHETERIA Ft ft fa Street, South Watch Health Improve, Strength Increase and Living Cost Go Down if you make good bread the feature of every meal GOOD kind we will nourish, strengthen and sustain every member of the family from father ahd mother down to the tot just i' toddle, And no food you can buy will help cut tho cost of living like our high quality bread. It is (he best food value on the market for tho money. It goes far, pleases everybody, keeps fresh and moist to the. last crumb- it is food without waste. For liealth and economy start buying its today, Eat Quaker Bread John Gilmore Bakers-Phone 378 ;