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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; APRIL 26, 1920 FUR .DAILY PAGE V V V V WECOIN.GS v v v v V V V Y PERSONAL cess of erection. buUdiug ,n pro- 0. V. TAG DAY Sirs. M. S.': McArlliur and'little BOD, lelt this aKernoou for two months' visit to Toronto, Niagara and A tag day was held on.Saturday. SufteJo. April by the Sir Alaxandcr Gait Chapter, 1. 0. D. K Tha proceeds go Mayor W. D. U Hardle lelt today towards the upkeep o! the soldiers' for. Calgary, where he will attend the cemetery plot. All who Interested meeting ot tho Provincial Hospital themselves In the work will be glad to Hoard. i i i i Jjr. B. R. Robertson, .provincial, audit office, Is hi the city for, a few days auditing the books at (ha sheriffs office. i Kt'.ss Ivy left Saturday tor .Eow. Island, where she spend a few days with Miss Agnes Hendrlo. Mr. B. P. Wakclln left today io join his .wife and family, who the i to amOun.led B A R RETT-LENN W SCTT> SV quiet but very iiretty solemnizedat the home of the bride's parents, and Mrs. Kathanlel Dotf- sotl.? on Saturday, April at SJp.ui., when their youngest JJlldred became .th? wife ol iouls Barrett-Len- nard, Kev, B. Cragg officiating. The bride entered the drawing room 6a the', ahn '6i Tier charmingly line, elaborately opened over a flesh colored blouse' of seorgette, and wore a smart Parisian liat 10 match. She carried 3 banquet ol Ophelia roses'. The bride was at- tainted" by '.Miss Gladys comlngly attired In a tailored- suit of brown serge, with chic hat of 'the same shade, and a rf i pink carnations. Mr. Harry acted as best man. The groom's gift to the bride was 4 pearl necklace, to ihe bridesmaid a bag, and to the best meet as y.15- p.m., i Young Peopled PrfgrjSsiye Club in' the'women's parlor? Tuesday 6 p.m., banquet to all members ot the Sunday o b" given by senior members of the Mis- sion Baad, In Dsricnsss." A silver, .collection will be gathered, S p.m.. Mid- week 'service. will be taken Ifuiu. Itevelatlpns. Thursday at 6.30 p.ral, banquet to and of- ficers ot the Sunday school. Business meeting In. the sludy. Thurs- day -p.m., public, meeting In the In- terest .pf :the Brotherhood movement in Wesley, hall. Speakers are promln out leaders of.toe movement in Eng- land. Friday .4.15. p.m., Junior Friday p.m., choir practice. TIPS TO. HOUSEWIVES cnolr senior Wilt Obviate Necessity of Mak- ing Long Cows 1 Must .Be Dipped A very successful surprise party was-held Ihe .'Hirdlevllle-.' school house- last Wednesday evening, tho occasion being the celebration of Mr. mm Vatch chain. after the ceremony a luncheon was served; afterf.whlch Jlio happy couple left to spsnu a few'daye In Calgary and Van- couver, befor-y leaving for their In Hock Bay. B.C., where they will In future reside. Tha bride was the recipient of many" beautiful and useful-gifts.. Pilling Be sure the kitchen sink Is not like most .sinks, set 8 or 10 inches too low. 'if you are uncertain about Ironing the ollowlog-day do-' not, sprinkle the clothes, 'Wait until morning and the Trsl' thing dampch.the cloUies with are Li To'routo where they will reside! W. H. Martin's birthday. The affair for tho future. Mr. Wakclln will ha was marked by the presentation, to Jlr.'irdrtln of a'subscflptloa donated for his 'good services renderpS to tho sreatly missed by a lirje circle, friends here. Dr. H. JI. Tory, preside lit ot the University of Alberta, Is now on a vis- It to Eastern Canada and'the United States. He is engaged in arranging for additional staff which will bo requir- ed at the University of Alberta dur- ing the coming session. He Is also discussing with the consulting archi- tect details, of plans connection 'inunlly -Cluli and alsp'ito the school chlldrerif-' Although Jfhe prevailing vfe'ather h'ad a 'slight tendency to with- hold certain of the community, those that uid-turn out had a most enjoyable time. Dancing .was indulged in, the music being rendered ;by Sirs. J. C. Barclay and Mr. W. B. Martin. Dainty refreshments were served. i ff CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES t, f, ff j, rf Miss1 Theresa M. Selgel, whorls well audleafes; will again visit Ihe city, this tlme.un-, der the auspices of the choir of United Church of North She will deliver a dramatic recltalsoa Tuesday, Way 4th, In that church. thought thelady of the house, in a pleasantly, whimsical, mood, as.a birth- day reminder of Moir's Cho- colates came from fiif office just after the lunch hour." The times that Moir's had come in "courting days" were sweet memories to h cr i n more than one wayl fresh, delicious and rich, the heavy coatings made Moir's" Chocolates the favorites for all time. MOIR'S, LIMITED HALIFAX N5. The Art d the Mathesls 't a clean whisk broom. The clbthes'can bo cicely Ironed after lying an When speaking of milk, if the recipe calls for whipped cream and there olPPM ana no cream in the house Ihlck enough wait thirty days after to use for the purpose, a can of con- densed milk will do Instead. Boll it thoroughly In water, first, then remove from the. can and "cool before whip- ping cereal boxes away. Save- tVe cartona In which to store quart and pfnt cans of fruit, berries, cherrrc's, tomatoes, etc. that bleach exposed to: light. The boxes :keep -the cans from .dust and help to preserve the'contents. Leftover' fdq'd Is often wasted t-y ovapqratioii .if small quantities are stood'away IB large dishes and bowls' o dipping bare been changed BO that Margaret and Billy. Mrsi George Ool- Ihe penalty .ifor {allure now Is a mini- anj jire. A. (J.M- Leth- mum of instead of a maximum of i bridge, are slstera. T-lri. TWddle was the fKtli daughter of .'and .Mrs. Of Lethbrid'ge. The fun- Orlgg, 1213 Oth Avenue South, at. advocated putting left-overs in pre- serve, or Jelly 'glasses, both for this reason and because more space is left th'e'Jee box." A general'meeting of the Mathesis, club'Will be held in the auditorium" of A tf tf the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday 0 noon at 3 o'clock. The meeting will; .j. PEP! be addressed by ilr. J. D. the subject being "The Kiel Rebel-r 4 4 4 lion." All members are bring a friend after.5 p.ra.i .j .s A A meeting o.f all'; interested In the' formation of a ladles' auxiliary In con-; nectlqn with the Lethbrldge bran'ch. of the G. W. V. A., has been this evening at S o'clock In the club Members' of the Wesley Missi jndSylll present Ihe play "Wigw: 3 Mission" am' Quality Groceries SYRUPS ARE GOOD BUYINQ AT THE ING PRICES: Cora Synlp, Crown Brand, per tin 3Dc Corn Syrup, Crown Brand, 5s, per tin 70s Corn Syrup, Crown Brand, 10s, per tin Lily Wbite Syrup', 2s, per tb 35c Lily White Syrup, 5s, per tin JSr Lily White Syrup, 10s' per tin Roger's Cane Syrup, 2s, per tin 35c Roger's Cane Syrup, 5s, per tin 85c Roger's Cace Syrup, 10s, per tin Roger's Cane Syrup, 20s, per tin Tbe Domin'on government Intenfa to establish vats for dipping cattle in the roanpe areas within eight miles of every, rancMuz and farming, com- munity. It Is expected that vats will' be so placed' that uo rancher will be compelled' to drive his cattle more til an twenty m les. These tacts were osplalned .by Dr. Ccorge Hilton, of Ottawa, st Infonnal meetini; ot ranchers.. In Calgary Friday, Otie prominent southern Alberta rancher, passing through Lelhbrldge today, stated that all those who at- tended the Calgary meeting were de- numlrisr of vacnnclps pn.lhoaiooks .0 tho Irfireaii lar'KCr'thatl' in the history" of tho fcirr- Mu. ;'-ilc Is at liis wits' find .Mr.. has tried .oilt to bring men to this district but it scetns ImpoEBlblo to get There is a sort of magic charm'to the styles in our Blouses Most of these blouses are in the wanted col- ors, flesh, white, sand, maize, etc., and all are in those dainty styles which women like for better wear. WHITE, VOILE, GEORGETTE, CREPE DE CHINE, NOVELTY .SILKS, SJRIPED SILKS, wanted style. Every wanted price. 'X TUB' 'MEW THINGS FIRST CCRRECT. DRESt, FOR WOMEN ;