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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920 THE LETHtjKlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE 'rTFTEES MID AD I Presbyterian Church, High Rlfcr. on Ausuit 25, by tbe Kev. Wm. McNJehol, M.A., or Mr. P. Kennedy to Win 'M.' Lillcb.rleld, both o( the 'lo dliirlcl. SUMMER 6 falror Ihuu the [lowering Ihora' Vi'Uen slL'tder ritol UluiK 'mid the dork and IfcKlH1 And tho.wreu Is CHURCHES AND 30CIITIE8- Inlroductoo' Grade: Honors: El- vlna Reed, Irene Wood Pass: May lUrdy. Margarol Hardy. ElMnenUry, Grnde: Flrot Class lion- bra! Irthe RUt; Honbra: Heleh Red- mond, Annie Raid (equal) Pass: Liz- ale KcDoiiaid. Pais: Helen Ham> Iton, Margaret Jarrls. Junior Grade: Honors: Myrtle Edith' Biwden. Interaedlate Grade: Honora: Brika Mlu Bavden's prfrato sciool will not reopen until Seplember 7th, A meetlni ot the St. Auguitln's Bug- day School and otricers Is called for Tneiday ennlng, Miss Utheljhgram who has been Yoiir Future Will, the hey-day ot yaur find 'yon.Giving or talilng'onl- Entirely up to you! yourself lor bet- ter Ibfng's' pr be doomed to cverlastlnG'toll. OPENING Day School''..........Sepl. 1st. int. Ones'open: for cntiulrors every day from'9 ft.m. to 1 p.m. anil on Aiigiisl'SSlh. 30lh find 31st, from 3 to 5.30 p.m. WfitVor Phone tkir Free Catalogue. Garbutt Buiiness 153t 31st, at eight o'clock la the old Pariah Hall. Everyone ItnrgBdio attend this meeting. The Art Needlewcrk Club -will meet it the home of Mrs. J. A. Tonne, 322 5th Avenue, on Monday afternoon. Primary (ting-inf) Honors: BlimeBlifj; Qfadp (theory) Pass. v ft RECIPES f C> 4 Tne Joliowlnj pupils were success- ful In passing the examinations-held by the associated board of The Rtfyal Academy and Rpj'al College ol Muilc, of London; Enjland: Honors: Higher Division, Piabo- forte: Marion Blayne. Higher DlTlsIon, Violin: John Plslio. Higher Dlrialon, Vlollncellp: cent Parke. ;jt Pass: Prlmari' Piano: Allen Murray, Margaret Dinning, Lloy4 Anilufio'r WEDDINGS Mr. Percy Martin Clarke, and Uenrlolta lona Lilly, both of -Vulcan, marrlecj by Rev. A. on (By Miltoq Bronncr.J "Vou be' The command was not given fry a parent Lo a child, aor hjr t.letchor to a pupil. The iin- uaual exhorUttlon, quite uiiparllaruent-' was glvert hy one member of the grave UrltlJh parliament lo another member. Tbe was mander KenworthT, Toe retouker Lady S'aocy Astor, the first member of parlia- ment (o take" her Beat and perform duties. And, believe me, tho good-looking, nimble-wilted, Bsrcasllc- tongued daughter of Virginia, with her marked American' accent, certainly iloet perform her duties. I remember Jcannelte Rankln eat In the U. S. Congress as the "Lady from the first and only Woman Irieniber'the' Cniteij stales ever had. And she was mainly con- spicuous for her silence and her shy- ness. Not'so, Lfldy'Nancyl She la on the Job all the She listens In- leutly. She frequently makes Inter- je'cllona and (jalte as frequently makes speechea. Nor IB she glVeh any special con- sideration because she Is a. woman. Bhe hsd her eye on.'a seat on a gang- way that Is very convenient. Bn't'Uiat sfeat wag also ot a maio rnember's eye.-.So he beat and compelled her, to sit elaeisjsre. Lady Nancy.does riot-often such matters as trMUes anil affilrs, but the welfare of wo'men and children, pnillc health, public educfidpn, etc., come up and nb'fe Is Inatnntly on ber fMt. There wu a debate on tt measure dcsigiieil to extend tbe voting suffrage. tt> v-otDeh younger than those now c'n- Lady Kancy d shoilte'-ol heciu'te going to give you .frhat Is bent tor you." Bat she is not; always poking fnn Sometimes earnest. .Then she, reveals the woman who is home maker and who'h'aa been unspoiled bs great -riches.'J-- Bread means and at minimum cost. 1 your menus at-a great saving J_. botV'in.heaith and purse, Lethbridgei -baked Bread pure, wholesome and 'ious. Slice- for One.' THE LEf HBRIDGE BAKERS COMBINATIONS knitted Cotton' Combinations' In sizes 3 to B yearn. Bullalilo (or1 early tall- wear. Btlcclal value, day NlghlSpoclal- -'i _ COTTON HOSE Ladles' Coltoh Hose, full fashioned and .well inkdo in good, medium. weight. Regular 65s value. Saturday Night pair. 40c Nemo Corsets Correct Dresi for TVbmeri MEN'S FALL WEIGHT COMBINATIONS 'Men's .Kail .Weight Combinations iri good Mn6 oven ribbed weavcM'ull rango ol sizes 30 to Jl. Saturday Kl Special, suit Co. La HENDERSON PARK, SUNDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25th. Under the Auspices of the Army and Navy Veterans' Association. The Uthbrldoo Philharmonic Orchestra Will Give their Third. Open- Air Concert Conductor: Chas. Bertsford ;1 to p.nii PROGBA.MME March Overture Waltz Selection Sulle EnlrO-acle if "Russini .MarcK "TnimpWS V VfcVory'' 1; Soloists; Mrs. Kuth nnd Mlsf Vera Olsnvllle (pupllot C. Hughes) PUno Kindly Lojned by Ajdnlbola Co. _________________...........ponlieltl Conducled by Chief 'Olllesplo T. W. Tb'drbaa-'j ;