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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APniI. 12, THD. UU'lUJlttlMJK DAILY HfcrULU PAGE FIFTEEN HDLADI PHONE 1224 PERSONAL (urrltcU -In ,th6 ,clty this morning. Captain II. Wallace IK In the cily for a few days from the. Cypress Hills. Mrs. G. N. Kendall, with her son, Durham Albert, lefi yesterday to visit her mc'.htr in the Bermudas. neighbors aod friends. The early part of the evuniug was spent in-music uid earnei. later dancing was cti- ioyed by tho young people, after wlilch .emitting refreshments were served, standing could evening concluded with the Tug ol Autd Lans'Syco. Mr. TuEon IB leaving tonight lor Montreal. Miss Lucy Hardy, who lias been at- tending the, Salvation Army training college at lias relumed I Lome. ti II. JlarljkMs little ami If a now out ot danser and pro- gressing favorably after a serious attack of ptitumotiia anil Influenza. Mr. aud Mrs. CI. Norton have re- turned to their homo at after spending the winter In California. Mrs. A. Cull, who underwent an operation'in the Gait hospital yeater- is getting along nicely. Corporal Ernest Fleetwootl. of the 83th Uattcry, TI-IIO was delayed by 111 ness Jit Halifax on his way horce from 4 fr SOCIAL EVENTS The home of Mrs. Lackenby was the scena of. a very pleasant surprise pirty held In honor of her son, Pie. J. of Iho HSlh Lothbridge Highlanders, .who tranEferred to the 16th Canadian Scottish, B.K.F., by alien countries, nor will have until they are repentant jjnd st-ok union in a lilting way. In mind tho speaker felt confident that an under- rtattieil sattsfac- Sat Night Come with the crowd tonight and share in the specials at Rylands and see the new caps, dolmans, coats, suits and dresses. LINEN TOWELLING 300 yards ol Ilaen craih towelling in excellent quality and IS incites wide. Red border atid good wearing value.. Keg- uiar 30c. Saturday Night Special......................... fcvC SILK CAMISOLES A new line that we wish to introduce to you. Dainty pink or white silk camisoles. Top with fancy net, Insertion ami plain net. Full ranee of sizes. Regular fl.75 talue. -t or Saturday Xtght Special CORSETS !DO piir of those Saturday Night Special gocd quality of coutil. Euspeuders attached. Well made tn every way. Good of sizes. Worth today. -i nn Saturday Special, pair ItVV CURTAIN MUSLIN 10 pieces of curtain muslin, 27 inches wide with border on each edge. Suitable for bath rooms, bed room and kitchen ,v3G hoiior ol tbc Grand MatroUj lMrs. Norton, ot Coal- dale. re." Alex Smith entertained jbc executive; ol the Local Council of AVo- men last CTOuiug at bur hume on-'Stli Strett. Mra.. Edwards, the gupsj- of honor, syoke to tliose present on the proposed iieiv coiislitmlon and biau'd- ing order. Kotowing .Mrs. Edwards' address before the Local Council of in the Y.M.C.A. yeatfrday alteruoon, Ihe cxeculive entertained those pres ent at tea. Mrs. Alex Smith presided, assisted bj" Mrs. O. Locch and 'JlUs Tilley. a To celebrate Hit safe return of .her I nephew, Sergt. Wm. Martin, who went overseas with the 13th CV.M.R., HvOurr entertained a nnrabpr of friends'last everting at her 731 14th Street North. A pleasant social time was spent in music ahd games. _ A to Mrs.- Edwards was seconded, and. followed by'a social hour. pPEN DOORS TO WOMEN Auilt One by one all Ihe old sei barriers are tumbling down. The House of LortJs Las ed without a voice Lord Btickmaster's BUI, which throws open to women the of the legal pro- fession. An earlier bill, introduced by the same peer a few years ago, only gave access lo the solicitor's branch of tbs profession. The present measure to confer upon them Ihe right oC qualifying either as solic- itor or barrister, hi the parliamentary conditions of today a private members stands small chance of finding Jts ivay on to the statute book but in this case the government gave its blessing to the measure anil tlic omens are, tii fire tore all in far or of Its passage into law during tlie present session, QUEEN'S UNVBSTI KINGSTON' ONT. HOME STUDY V Work far in Art. Fmcuhy. Ktfiitn e Svnmtr School, July 7 August 87 MUST ASIDE WITH IB Agfd Jeweller Cannot Get Marriage Annulled In Court NEW Hervcy Hart, wealthy retired Jeweller, failed to con- vince Supreme Court Justice Benedict In Br.Toltlyu that al eljhty-seren ho too old to marry, and his euK for annulment of his marriage with '.Mrs. Kule Hart, hie elghteeu >ear-old bride, waa dismissed. "The caw is said lo be ilic first ol its kind Su the Ulstory of jurisprud- ence." Juvtice Bauedlrt said in decid- ing in Mrs. Hart's favor. "Without In- dulging in any remarks of a QK nature, I may say 1 hope, far the oredit of our it may be the last." In the teMlmsny it was brought out that Hart jiroinlsed to settle upon his manicure bride as a nuptial gift, and to make her life a on Tlie "paradise" had lasted a month, '.Mrs. Hart said, when Han went back lo his daughters. Justice Benedict ruled that Hart had not shown satisfactory proof that he j really was too old to marry, or that, j if he was too old. lie n-ns not aware j oi that fact prior to his marriage. Hence, Justice Benedict said, the de- cision must bo for Mrs, Hart. NORTH-WEST BISCUIT LIMITED v v NO FAMILY WITHOUT CHILDREN IN THIS BIG APARTMENT HOUSE The eiecutive of the Local .Council of Women met yesterday afternoon in the V.M.C.A. and decided 10 hold. tag for welfare on May. 17th, the Saturday before Mother's. Day. extcutlTe are .iaVirig steps to' promote and encouragfe Bumirier sports in the city. A social afternoon followed the business meeting at which Mrs. Ed- wards {rave an inspiring address. aim of the organization as set forth by the sperker Tvag to represent a well organiteil, itrong force! working for the of society. AVomen were urged to consider themselves civilian soldiers oa duty, Tilth the high pur-. pose of making their country a "better land. .Women with filth, vision and willingness lo the disagree nblo task of righting wrongs were called (or. Mrs. Edwards then spoke of Ihe work already accomplished, as Ihe suffrage movement, the Dower and efforts now being Lo make Ihe divorce laws accessible to women, regardless of their finan- cial means. In speaking of the wo- man's platform question. Mrs. Edwards brought out. the desirability of 'co- operation with the men. who stand for juilice. The speaker expressed her .regret lhat a misunderstanding should hava arisen between the National1 Council and 1. 0. D..E. The, council stands for. loyalty to Ihe Allies, and. has hail :no dealings .tlie_'. councils of u DETROIT, Plans for a 000 apartment house. In which no fam- ily without children will be accepterl as tenants, arecunder waybv the. Mi- chigan Methodist Centenary Club here. The apart rnent, -nil 1 located at Grand River aM Slilh i and will 'Include equipped playground on the roof. 'An apartment- house ia (ho heart of a crowded city is not the best place 1 o rear said Dr.-John 0. Benson, Executive Secretary ot De- troit Area. "Aajqne ivlll.admit that, but there are liousanJs of- families whose circumstances force them' to live in such places. Transportation facilities in Detroit; aid these' circum- stances most materially, for It ia al- most impossible for an average fa tally to go out w considerable distance from the centre ;pf the city because of lack 'of transportation." 'Mr. Benson further, stated that the opposition of most owners of apart- ment buildings to lease suites to fam- ilies who have children will assure im- mediate success ot the new plan. In fact, there will be a premium on chil- dren Instead of a discount, NOTICE EATSDANDRUFF HAIR GROWER 1 OUARANtrtb. Poirtlytly drows Hair oVj- One jar atop- falling Mir. a arowth'pf new Dandruff ,ln a rtjru, fund y'' Suit. LttHBRIOGE Become a Norse oun oNAouArn EARN.- M1M TO A i If Ton tiuinot tpfnd 'tirM rears In hMplUl or put pllnl limit, MB Dr. Mac- Inn was the first to Ihe Blood Indians, wkom Is not jar from Macleod, awl while there ho iixned Ihe work at Macleod. ii i (An f; TJie famous Irish John Me- Corm.fk-, is ta on aa pro- When a kta srftf The Ot Pretlpyter- bn cnarcb, entertained, alter lae er. talctf a insWr cf rttnrwrl nwa vho Mri-ivo OWANS OCOA new styles tor spring as developed by our artists and craftsmen are fascinating in their charming lines and beautiful Concealed in them is a wonderful' ease comfort, and a given only by ol texture. Our trade marks guide (he way to supreme Mttffaction. GCOtOlNA 9Un w, j. xrrsoK a ;