Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. APRIL TUH DAIO HRRALD PAGE THIRTEEN VYEDDINOS B1XG A marriage ot much interest took, place on-Wednesday at Cranbrook at the residence of Mr. AlcKlnaou. when Esther llian and Biug Wo, in the pres- ence of a large number of friends, were united, in marriage by tho-Rev. Mr. Lyons. The bride, a Chinese girl, has been resident in Canada for about seven years. The groom.'who is well known In has resided here for over eighteen years, three held In the' V. if. C. A: at 4 p.m. on' years ot which he 'was president of day, Mrs. Ayas assisted in re-1 ceiving by Mrs, J. simp- sou and poured assisted by Miss luuton.' Mrs. Uarrow will receive on the first Tuesday at every aonth. PERSONAL Friday, April SOth. It Is hoped that the local Chinese National League. ft targe number ot women will be present .to-hear dire. 0. C. Edwards give- her .report ot the. executivo meet- ing in Oilawa recently. The execu- tive of tho local Council is asked to Mrs. J. Bi- Murray has takeu up residence at tho Victoria (Mansions meet at 3.30 p.m. sharp, until she'will leave with -her family for Vancouver to re- side la tho future. Mrs. 0. C. Edwards speaks to tho ladles ot the city tonight at S.OO In the r. M. C. A. At the close of her i Kathleen-Mason, who has teen' address, Edwards will bo pleased ill at home for a few days, returned today to Bow-island. v. Mr. J. E.i-yeirlll retiTrneYL'-tbls m'ojii- from' Calgary. v of iliss Alice pleased to -hear- that she is progress- ing favorably after undergoing an op- to answer any questions. .Tho regualr ...monthly, -meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Blng Wo returned to tho city on this afternoon's train and will make residence here.