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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, FEBHUAHY 23, IttJS THE LliTHBRlDGE DAILY IlEHALD PAGE FIFTEEN : ,' i'-;' � � � . ? ? . , '-ee^llAL. EVENTS '. > ; : ; * : ? .> ' .....:;.v - � > ?  � ,,. A very pretty wedding took,place on Wednesday at high noon al tlie home of Mrs. .\flltheson, when her daughter |;Ml88 Anna, was united lu marriage to Harold J. Berlin, of Graasy Lalce, Uov. Charles rjishup of How Jeland otficl afing. The bridge wrfre a'grey tweod travelling suit and carried a bouquet of bridal rosos and miiiden hair forn tied with pale pink chiffon ribbon. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding Kllnner was served, and at two o'clock the happy couple took tlie train foi' a trip to the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Berlin are ^Yell and favorably known around Grassy Lake, tlley.heit^g among the early Bottlers. Th^y will .reside at Grassy Lake, Avhero the' grooW has largo business interests. .J.  persoi^al � *' ? ? Mr. and Mrs. .1. 13. Dicks, and son Telfer are spending the week-end al CalBary., Mr, and .Mm;- T� f*eacoclt iforniurly Miss DorlH Clarke of LolhbVldgc), are vl^Jtlng Mrs. DowFcil. ; ,'i'l'ho MathesLH-metflbers will ii%.-ic take notice that a change has been made In the year's program. The music,department will he In charge of >:� ? *:" ? ; �� : f CHIRPS FBOM THE CRICKET * E^)ery Man WKo Enjo3)s Goo and isn't getting it at Kdme ouihe to take matters into Kis a�)n hands, and write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee - Perfectlj) Made" Wo mail it free to eOer? man (and Woman, too) f)\\o appreciates a delicious cup of COjfee. Write today for your cop^?. ''^ CHASE & SANBORN - MONTREAL Blenders and Roasters of "Seal Brand** Coffe* .' ' Detroit. Fell, -j:;, Ifll8. bcuf Dory Ann:- U'eVo had out' wlnipr lnHak and the Detroit streets are all Hwiniinlng, You ^o to sleep at nighi lu the sound of riislilng waters and iiiiiinring rain on the window and In the morning you look out to find all .lli.! snow melted and,a ,'ioft, B0ntl6 fenllng In the air. It seems almost too kooiI lo bo true . after .the severe woatlipr wa luive had, ^ , , , i Never have the ferry im.iis crossing tH-3 goperai mootlpg at> the Y.M.(,.A., Detroit to Windsor had a worse next Wednesday, Foh. U., when a | contend wlili iind sometimes member may Invite a guest as usual, t,,4 many'hours to make one trip. The entertainment tor the husbands; ^1 remarkable lo ihink that the has been postponed until a la.tcr .lstpni hoais could ' ,  * ikeep any kind of a pin.siiKi* with Ice The Art Needlework Club will meet' \)llfid high on each hIiIc and tempora-at thii home of .Mrs. K. .1. liny, 02!) nth j ture keeping for W'jok.s below zero. St. .Mondav aftoniooii. .Only their heavy st(;i;l linpls and great ..',,.� ; breadth of beam asuiHUd by a round , ',, ,, ,1 . . 1, broad nosed overhanKinK deck and Mrs Irene Harlby. l>i;esi;lK"t oi the , , ^ Inited Harin omen ot'Alberta, has ! ^^^1^ ^^rews pprailitn,! them lo Deen nvllod to attend he confereuco, ,^,,,3U t,,^.,, t,,,,^,, ,,. ju,ep. at Ot awa, summoned by Hon. .\. W ; j,-,,,, ^,,3 ,.,Yer is clear and the sun ac-nowell ,n connccWou with some "f |;5.,,npiiahod it till In Ji.�t � few days, the problems otlho ' ay. v,-hUh vitally (he Windsor women fill tho affect women, .Mrs. O. C. Edwards, ^>t .(caWmi\o\ns oyer in .iimclal dales in Manleod, will also attend. ^^^^.^^ Oyer ,,,j. ,.,{,, j,,,^,, ' * * cheerful and spriglity sUips and even .Mr. T. ,1, Simons hus been Cillled jthe Immlgrotlon offlcnr;' (aiiiiot make > ? � WORK" AMONG indians 4> * '�  ... 4 4> � ThiS. C'losliii^^ses/tioii of the annual meeting of the 'Wirinlpeg Presbyterian Women's Missionary society, recently was marked by n picturesque address by -Miss Bruce, In which she grttphicaliy described her work and experiences amqng the Indlafts at Swan X^ake Hesorvc. WJs.s Uriice and her sister have had t'omplete charge of the Pregbyterlon mission al Ihe Swan Lake reserve for the past seven years.  t''brmorly they wen; re.sldents of Lothhrldge aiiin1forraed anostion mark is: "There isj The ladies of the Presbyterian church at Magrath held a very successful box social Wednesday evening, it being the best they ever had. Some of the proceeds wont to buy a sowing ,no doubt about 11, 1 am a German spy, J have blown up three nuinitlon plants, ;put ground glass In cnunlless bails'ot ^surgical supplies and luu a first cousin to Von Tlrpitz." machlneforlhelrRedCross work. The;,; ^^^^ ,1^^,^ ,1,^^,, ,,,pe,i !!!"?.f!r^ir,fl.'l" M.:', '"rnf Sharing ^v"" "T=?.^"''' ^'""1"-�'^ lowing play was also put on. Husbands " lovely .with sheer orKaiiilins. The slrirea ;are fvlll.-of them already for Florida. ;0h, hbw'gaytfi'e colors nre this spring If the war end^J^thls year how glad tho men wllf be tfj cotne ba�k and find Ibrlght cdlors ewjry where. How they miss Jt; They :,are l.nlK-liig of khaki uniform's for all the women worker-s In this country, and lialf the suits this spring arc tnHfmt shade. Kverything heh.-,a.t..lght in tho Mason's hall. r^..'^%S^tX^'i^.tZ:^l^S'^ : : * ? > : : : : ; * > * ? '> > * The annual meellnK>of the,Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the 1.0.D.13. was ? WEODINGGS ? .1ACK-DODD : A iiul'iSt and attractive marriage ceremony Wis performed at 2(H! Aberdee'a St.. M^lclne Hat, on the morning of l''ebVSl, at 8.30' o'clock, the contracting parties being Mr. Allen Jack and Mrs. Isobel Bodd of Kolhbrldge, the Kev. K. Q. 3undell officiating. The bride was becomingly att.lred in her travelling giilt of Oxford grey cloth and black fox .furs, with hat to match, and carried a bouquet of roses. After the ceremony the wedding party partook of A'>jBry,..da|ntlly served breakfast at thQHot^l'Cecil'The guests wero, Mrs. J, Jiick.'W^okli.ei', Ont., mother of the groomvvMr.'^ ana Mrs. Qeorgf Lemon, and ~ifltl^/WJ^*'iPearl Lemon, brpther-ln-l�AV, sialeri.ipirid lilece of tlie groom, and 'th^ '8evi:iiijd Mrs. H. G. .Blundell. The.brldttl (;6'�ple;.left...on .No. 3, for Calgary,and points west, on thelJ* nv turn tli^y win take lip their residence at Let-� 3 High Grade American Dentistry I TP q AMERICA and an ) American the world (owes the inestimable boon of thefirst'ineasure 0'; to an^liorate the hitherto ! excruciating pain in den-i tal operations. : Trained in the foremost I American Colleges we I have made,a particular study of modern painless I methods. Coupled with i' our eighteen years of ; practical experience we " can say with assurance- LDirs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson j Ott Bikv 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge : ' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA - CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRtSTALL BLOCK .Tbefora one of llie Fifth Avenue shop windows. Instead of feminine color.s Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. reports for the' year ..were read and adopted, and will appear in. Monday's ....._______ _________ issue. Officers elected lor the coming j:>\yj,at wa'8 his horror to see khaki suits year are: Regent, Mrs. Ritchie; 1st-Jloatui-ed^tor women. "Good Lord, he ejaculatJed, what are i!\ey doing that 1 Tiever want to see that color vice-regent, .Mrs. Starnes; 2nd vice-regent, iMrs. Bentley; secretary, Mrs. Luudy,treasurer, Mrs. (Dr.l Leech;' echo secretary, afrs. Armstrong; tHan-dard bearer; Mrs. T; S. Klrkham. Tho ten-councillors for the coming year are; Mra. Charles McKlllop, .Mrs. Ew-ert, Mrs. it. R. Davidson, .Mrs. May-uard, Mrs. N. ,T. McLeod, Mrs. G. B. MacKay, Mrs. J. G. Jiobertaon, Miss Tllley,,,Mrs. Pennetather, -Mrs. Tyrell. for. . ______ again.'.' 'There Is vory Utile wool ni �any of the sulu Ihi.s year. As you ,'Jcnow wpbl Is BO'jriug while silk is ('staying ,at a reasonable price. Silk pias always been ?onsidered the queen ;of texfuros so it will be no iiardshlp '.to chopqe trocka of it instead ot wooly ones. �'There is .ti Jpvi:ly material they [.are showjpg for sport clothes, they i'u.sed It last year too, but 1 think It is prettier than ever now. It is that 1 PAR FOR OFFICERS Gift-parcels for. officers and ^meu I from oversea^'''�se^v^ng in the United Kingdom In .British regiments or units of H.M. nayy tjontaining dutiable gdods must be sent through tlie Canadian ^Var, Contlnsept asaoclatlon, IZ^'Vlc-torla street, L6ii: > ? * '> � * * > � Sir Thomas and Lady White letl Toronto for California last week and will remain in that Land, of Sunshine for several weeks. Hon. W. J, Hauna, Mrs. Hanna an^ Miss Catherine Hanna are also leaving for a southern ti-lp an�l will probably extend their Journey as tor 08 Lima, Peru, where Mr. Hanna has business Interest^,- The la tier's strength is In need ot recuperation and it Is boped that the voyage will restore his wonted energy! By jts constructioiijr by jts beauty, by its tone; by its elag-ticity, delicacy and strength ol action, by its general; . excellience and sup^i eripr..qualities, thfe YeOldeFirme, ^ Co* in Piano I' Hai won for: lUelf' the leading (place among the' piano* 0*;the j, world, lt'8 the choice of the world's greatoit artists, I Ch'eRNIAVSKY trio will USD one of the famous CONCERT QRANOS at. their recital In Knox Church next Thiirtday night,' f February 28th. Why pay as much for a lesser grade? Write fo'r'CataloBue.-iTern[\*sm*de convertienti-jv, t^'' fet' ,SdutIiwes|ern'AIberta.3howrooi|||l^i^ V| "> Arilstron^ & JRaworth's^^llS^ , ; J. Harry Alexander, District Monger Their iSxcellencles, the Duke and Duchess ot Devonshire, attended by Captalp Bulkeley-Johnson, A.D.C., and Captain Kenyon-Slaney,  A.D.C., recently received a la,rge nujhber of guests at a Governmisnt ilouse skating party. About four o'clock His Kxcollency Join, ed the skaters on the Ice and, wlllv Miss Qthel Chadwlck, led in the grand marcli. At the tea hour, the Duke of Devonshire, Vith Mrs. Martin Burrell, and tho Duchess, accompanied by the Hon. ^Martin .Burrell, led the way to the tea room.' Among those present were Sir Cecil and Lady. Spring-Rlce, Lady Blanche, Lady Dorothy, Lady Rachel and Lodyy Anue^CWendlsHrLord Richard Nevili,'CaptaiIn;RIdley,;;A;D.C., Hon. W. ,1. and Mrg.VJRciohei, .Lady Klngsmlll, Colonel *anA?Mr8,.Q.i,%. Elliot, Hon. Wf L.,%iekerizJevK}niE. Mr, and Mrs, A. G,-Rarke'r,^*:'Sir';'''James Grant, Hon., EdgajvAaucJ iMrsSRhodesi' Mr. and'Mrs. D'A'^cy'Scott �nd>niany others. ' � ,"'� ;' ' Contrary to the. anuouneeniont made In aeveral'newjjpapers. His Excellejiuy, the Duke dC Delvonsbire, was not present at tho opening ot the Ontario Iieg-Islature,on Tuesday ot.Iastweek. The ceremony itself was unusually brief and occupied scarcely twenty minutes from the time the guns were, hoard ;o fire the royal aatute until the House was declared by tile Speaker to' t>e( adjourhod. Most of the seats on Uho' floor of inex is. a; special anid WalilY'Con' ccntratnlcompound of nenuine Nori^rsv pine extract and is known the world ;ar in for itt''"pTomptBMS, case V�nd JntT in oyei'oaiDtnfe stubborn coughs and cheat colda, " �v To avoid disan^intmeDt, as^.cronr direotibna, and don't aecept an.rthinK else, absolute satl ly reian(|e4> Oni ' '(Suarantced to give Lpr asoney.: ' 4, 0 Sold �v�rywiwr*,; yiil Qo^t you nothing.,' 1 � ."I .-1 i i I-A 'r I ;