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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i: THETEETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE TTFTEEN ,y VaUejv CaiHbnjiia, and moved into1 their-new colonial bunga'- iovr on tills raucb, Just at the edge of "jifsnietf [Mr. Mosedalc, formerly. oL hayo a Veautjful fieami ihelr "ranse grove ranch'. v PERSONAL Mr. mid'Mrs. G. B. A. nice will tue week-end at tue Hoes ratch, Magratb. v' Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Raworth ?niV fainlly bure returned home en- Joying u week's hoi Id a v at Banff. s Xorman Ritchie returned Ihis morning from the r.oaal. v Master Vivbn and Miss Myrtlo this afternoon to summer ill Bracdon. 'and; Ontario. "a" Miss.A. liivingslone and 'Miss A. Hufnct! are batk-from-Calgary rhere thoy spent-a vacation.. 'r After a.two weeks' vaca- tion at the liomo of lier mother. Mrs. 'Charted 'McKlllop. Miss Margaret Mc< Klllop returned to St. Luke's hospital In.Xe.V VorX.lP complete her Qnal year la tralolrig. A. Caughey led today (a spend a month at Calgary and Sylvan Lakes. Dr. and Mrs. la. T. AJten are visitors to Han ft and are guests at the-SaiU- tarium hotel. -'T MISS Anaa Thomson leaves Sunday morning for Calgary en couver where she vrill Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bramptou, Ont.. bare a ra'catloii spent vith coast and are at present of their couiin, H. W. OMrer, ot Commerce. Mrs. Coa.dale, to- niorrpiv morning for Vancouver, via Calgary. t. t ilrs. and little daughter Vancouver and Victoria where they" will-'spe'iid'the nest couple of monthi.' ,Mrs. W. Hawkins and children left this morning for a month's vacation at Nelson. B.C. Mrs. F. D. Shaw left for the coast this morning whera she will remata for. the, sumnier.'. Mr. and Ai are leav- ing .tomorrow (or Waterton Lakes and. whare they ''will spend-tbe month of. "August. Mr. ajid Mm. Wright will fee; accompanied on their, .trip by their Mrl IL A. Wright, of Lethbrfdge Hat :'_ Sir William Peterson; ill- ness over a year, ago led to his re-1 Btenatien an. principal ot McGIH Uni- versity, la BOW making steady pro- gress towards recovery. He and Lady Peterson decided to lake up .residence In England, and tBpW address Wildwood, North London, N. W. 3. a large attendance the .'Bt Paul's church. Van- couyjr, pr-Mlss Aeta Hlghett, of Mel- bourne, to Inspector Irvine formerly sergeant- Cfalgar? under the late Super7 FltiHorriKan. W. H. Pawson, Jr.; .purchased a Urge fruit, Engliei waloiitsnd Alfalfa ranch in the Hemei By Gertrude In presence o( rmmMiate ralf- Uves, .a qniet bnt- pve'.lr ceremony took place at: the hour ot this xirajnc at the SI: Patrick's church, 'hen Rev. Father McC'affory united In marriage Mary Charlotte Muine, of Mr. Brooks, Ta- her, to Laurence Dudley. Wot, j of Mr. aud Mrs. West, ot Calgary. Ths attendants were Miss Bltache. Brooli! and Mr.. Joist-jh Brooks, els- j. ter and brother ol the VQUDE couple Ibis-afternoon j for Baaff Louise- where their uoneymooD TU be spent Usibn. tbcir return.thay will tako.up reillence at their home'on; 63? 12th St. .South. Mrs. Wait was, esteemed membet of the staff of the Alberta Government Telephone_offico, white Mr. West a member of (he Merchant: Bank staff. At Fort Arthur, on Monday, August 2nd, in the Catholic: church, the marriase of Agnes, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. 'J. Montreal, to John Angus McDonald, of Port Arthur, was performed in.the presence of relatives and a large as- semblage of friends, the church be- filled to Following the cereinony, a reception was held. Mr. and'Mrs. McDonald lelt later for a honeynioon to Duliith by boat, and upon their return will reside in Port. Arthur. This will be of Interest to many Lethbridge-friends as Mrs, SIcDonald was formerly a resident of the city, being a member of the staff of the Simpson Company, Ltd: .SOCIAL jBCWAftEjgr _ Statistics .men is of baking powder, the amount so used is too small of to affect the qiiality or effectiverfcoss of the baking powder and when so used, is plainly purpose of fraud. Intelligent buyers will not permit themselves I to fee deceived by the water glass MAGIC BAKING POWMR contains no alum or egg albumen and is guaranteed to be composed of the ingredjents printed on the none other. Made in Canada By Cajoadians For Canadians Fr agrarit J and; Strong, Re- freshing; Comforting and Blue Ribbon Tea A. S. VOOT. Mca. Doc., lltiilal Krrair. THE LAP.GE3T ASD MOST COMPREHEN5TVELT FQU1PPXD SCSOOL OF MUSIO JN THE Hrahail A ruttJtr of Two CoTicert Hilh.- Liiire Orc-in ttDAlJrr PIpf OzKtBi.- for Omn Pndke. Orchatri. Ensuablc Cluwt, elt. SWIUh. -.-j Yrtr ui Bnidcnn (iltxir LOCAL ECJUCNATIONS FOK ifCI lild thnosVnii DtBlliIra, looUtr, ta Ju. Silas 'hojtess at 'a afternoon at her'riome, on Mill. in honor of Miss itfaebel' SteelS, whose marriage to Mr! Earl ot place' sliorlly. The decorations'were carried 'but In a color scheme of pink and white. During the course of the afternoon Miss. Steele was presented with large bupch of roeea by little Mies E Be Morris, and later ,HtUo Mlis Elliabeti Carrie gave 'her a large basket containing' niany gifts from the -guest's. Light retreahmonts were A Surprise pr'esehlatlon provided' a pleaiiut interlude In the''routine at the cmirthoiiia yesterday afternoon, when Miss Michel Steele, stenograph- er In the public works-department i Inveigled Into the offices of tha government almost the whole, courthouse staff. E. P. chie: clerk-of the government agent's staff read Miss Steele an to her four years' association with the service, and .to.her. approaching.rriar riage, and presented her with a silve triple entree dish, on I eh all of .hei Steele, !n accepUng the gift, made a neat reply and eipressed the hope that she would lose- none of her reason.o the chance News The Faithful Reapers'.'cliisa ol: the. Christian church, spent a''very pleas an.t evening list filg'ht at the home ot i their, teachefi Mrs. Ciirtis; "wSere they met "at a farewell party. Th spent I ng.; refresh me b Is. .b.eln g-.. served bj members1 of the cftss. thi the class t order' by "IHaunpfti niadi to Mrs.--Gurtla, who has so ably am devotedly, tatfjlit .tills 'class of youm girls for (he past elghteerf nfonth and so woven herself into'their heart that It-will be hard to replace her They trust that .their loss will b others' gain. ot.Uie Embassy prk guarded'r ot the. iany who try. arVd fail, as Is some of le important) djplomatic, correspond- ence. 'But It is.taur.-n.among Arnerl- ans In-London'ttiat of appli- tions is.quite-long-this year. This: is..emphasized Einbassy rcniar which corao Into inds of :aome- Influential Americana ere-explaining'what is.required of uccesrful applicants. It is-longer nd much .than the usu- "circuTars on the., same subject anil OBS not, iniuee.-wo.rdSjregarding what ay expected. Is'aacBuls hanges in dress In the in erest'of economy lias d" reed that- womon uo wear feathers-or trains'on their Presses '-Some of the foi raer.adornments 'for- the men also hare been but it Is stil tipulated what kind ot buttons "they must wear on their', knee breeches and that they, must'not Vear 'buckles in -tnelr patent leather pumps. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The "hdler, Eo'cittr'oi.-.the. B. of F. B. will- meet Jt S .o'clock OtidTellqjrt' evffnlrJB Art tfecdlew.ork Club-will mee a1, Ibe horaa of Mrs. D. A. Slmpso !53.5th St.. on Monday afternoon Toe '.women of ill meet'ob Monday evening at o'clock In the IJiginboUi.aai full: attendance Is Quaker Bread Is uniformly good, light, fiaky, wholesome with that rich, nutty flavor. If it -were possible to make better bread Quaker Bi'ead would be better, SUMPTUOUS GOWN OF CHIFFON There Is almost "a suggestion of the ylo of Madame Pompadour In this eautlful gown. :-lt Is developed in a ery wonderful shade of blue chiffon at is enlivened with'small [lowers, hese are jiale pink, yellow and orohld olored, and thcusb they had eeu scattered'aC random across the alt folds of tha, fabric. Down tho entre'of the'front Is a gorgeous panel 1 ChantUly lace in. a salt tone of eain. _ The Barderkiad of Ince is scu foV'the hanifsome fichu that Is .cefully draped around the rs. its' folds'are'caught in the front y two blue'and ne' pinle ract price for shearing fs 111 cenls a "shear." The.avldonce further disclosed that a good workman, with modern equip- ment can cllp'200 sheep a day, which means }35 This i3 considered about he minimum wage among journey- men of the profession. Tho eiperts m eliear 300 sheep In a day, which nets them (52.60. SHEEP SHEARERS' MAKE BIG PAY 'DENVER', 'cbio, ,'Xug! ihearers make as ruucji'as J50 labor dcpiirtmcut has learn ed.. In.-hearing a wage dispute it'wns disclosed tbat'.'the con was wiped out by ire. FARM HAND CAME IN TAXJLL OKLAHOMA C'lTV, OkU, Aug. 6 Some "rich relative" waa the com- ment of James SimpEon, a farmer llr ing near this city, when 'a bright yellow tailub drive up to his gate and stop. But it wasn't.-' It was a 20th, century farmhand, lale'ot New Vork City, who had been' advised by the Federal state employment, bureau that Simpson would pay a.morith and.hoa'rd for a farm hand. ed about long enough to edrti t the !JN THE STRIPED PACKAGE tfNLY loney the tail cost bin; and then left, gaijl Simnson, in relating the-iric'ld'ent __ HON. GEO. BRYSON BADLY Aug. Georga Bryso'n, member of the legislative council, QueBec ser- iously 'injured yesterday when ha was .thrown from a which he-waa driving near his homo at Fort Coulogne Quebec Lawfully No! Morally YES! 'Are COMING TO N EXT W E DiTHU R9. Kill them and the germs too. apacket at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. SAY "DtAMOND :DYES" Don't slrtak or ruin your material in ft poor Oye. Insist on ''Diamond Dyca." Easy directloDi in package, 3UEEN BARS COURT TO DIVORCEES Restrictions' ploct upon American women who asplr'e-'. presentation at court are such tb nearly all. of them In London will disappointed thla year. Only elglitl of tho many who aro reported to have I applied will bo presented and they must have qualifications which have surprised some of the unitlaled. If married, their husbands must previously have been presented al a levee; (bey mnst hare entree to the Witte House and It they have been .divorced It must be indisputably shown, that the divorce must 'Have ter favor iri open whidh; both. partiesfTror'e .rep- resenljd.In coijrt and where ailmony 'and 'id'slqdy.-of the xhlldren have been grarited'ip the woman. Even In cuch cases ths legal -de- "FREEZONE" Lift Off Corns I No Paint is Inadvisable for at Appllcatlohs presentations must'he made to'the American Ambassador' and ho stands sponsor tot te selects. 01 Doesn't hurt a. bit! prop a little "Freezono" on nn achTng corn, Instant ly that com ftopj hurting, then short ly you lift It right off, with fingers Truly! Vpur druggist a tiny bottle n; a few cenU, sufficient to remove every hard soft corn or corn between tho toes, and tlio cal Hires, without soreness or irritation WVE THE KIDDIE j BREAD MEALS: The.full bread box stands in the full dinner pail" spells the labor Bread is an energy satisfying and delicious of Children use.upmbre energy realfzie." Keep your bread'ljox well supplied1 with Bread BEST OP ALL FOODS, Let the kiddies run there-natui'ally when they .come Watch your little people sturdy, vigorous as you' double their daily portion of creamy white Bread, o LetKbrirlge-baked Bread is Bread at its Beat always-pure, tempting-and nutritious. Slices for One." THE LETHBR1DGE BAKERS ;