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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAIL IU)AY. FliBHl-AKY 23, tlHK 1 i IE LUTHBK1DGK I) AIL Y 1 iKKALD PACK FIFTEEN c� *> * * > o > > * ? : *;� > �> * : CHIRPS FROM THE CRICKET * .;. .> ,? 4 i� * * * H ! : �> *> i* : : > :� *> $ > GRASSY LAKE WEDDING 'flake net fee thai a change has been , j, M>ems almost ton immiI to be (rue Mr. and Mrs. T. Peacock U'ormerly jVHkh Doris Clarke of Lethhrhige), are visitiim Mrs. imwsett. The Alatlie.ds members will plea ( We've had our wincr break and (he Den-oil .streets are all �wiinmiiig. Vou go to sleep nl nlgln in the sound of riish-ing waters and |KN"-ring rain on Uie window and In i iie morning you look out to Find all .ih�- snow incited and a. soft, gentle feehng in the air. V V V :* * > > > > inspector and Mrs. Morgan enter-taiiicd lit dinner-lust evening at their new home, 12r�fi (JtU Ave. A. S., in honor of Mr. and Mra, Gray. Mr. Gray has been appuitiU.d to the Calgary high school stuff. Their many friends are sorry lo see them leave Lethbridge. k> � * A big masquerade ball is being held in the Commerce school hall Wednesday, Fob. 27tU. * * * Mrs. Beards and lit tin daughter and Mrs. Stewart are leaving for Vancouver to make their home there, as Sergeant-Major Beards !b artillery instructor at Hastings Cam).. The sergeant-major returned from Die front in Dee-ember, after being wounded lu France. A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday at high noon at the home of Mrs. Mfctheson, when hor daughter Miss Anna, wan united in marriage to Harold .1. Berlin, of Grassy Lake, lie v. * Charles Bishop of Bow Island officiating. The bridge wore a grey tweed travelling suit and carried a houquet of bridal roses and maiden hair fern tied with pale pink chiffon ribbon. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding 'dinner was served, and at two o'clock the happy couple took the train for a trip to the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Berlin are well and favorably known around Grassy Lake, they being among the early settlers. They will reside at Grassy Lake, where the' groom' has large business interests. made in ihe yea r's program. Th > *> o * > *> �> > > ? Ui� Knn�ra] ium Detroit to Wiiui-.�r hail a worse next Wcdn^sdiiy. Fub. when ;i winter to contend wiili lmh! snijiothiHis St. -Monday afternoon. member may invite a gimsl as usual. Jt tonk many hours \n make trip. The. enterLiinmenl for the husbands u w;|s n.markable to Hunk Hun the has been postponed until a later date. : unh; pun-ing J)0rsiM.ir boa is could * * keep any kind of a p:i-:;i^c with (ee The Art Wi'dlework club will jjmm-i piled hi�;b on each sid.> :ind tempera-iU. ihn home ol'.Mrs. !;..). Hay, CL'if Lirti lure keeping for v.vk- below zero. .Only their heavy steel imd great br"adth of beam a.^s^.d by a round broad nosed overhanging deck and .Mrs Irene Parloy. president oi ih>: ih(i tiviv\ng power oi h.-avv engines I'niied Kami Women of Alberta. \\ua lljjt{ tw,n screw? pHrmit;...!* them to been invited to attend the conterenc-. f.nH(l iuv]r wflv lhroUj,n lh,, i(>(1 fioPS> at Ottawa, simimoned by Hon. N. \V. X(JW {he rJVRr is fll(lil| ani, sun a(;. Rowell in connection with some H - WmiplishctJ it all in ju^ a few days, the problems ot the day, v.duHi vnaliy ()n(,(1 {n ^ Windsor women till the affect women. Airs. O. C. Kdwards, ol n years.* Formerly th*y were residents of Le'hhridge and veiy well-known here: Mms Bruce narrated Hie lit lie every { day incidents of her life among the Indians; told how they brought, their { sick, their hungry, and their naked! to the mission to be cared for, and j told, too; of the pitiable condition of | some of the Indians, whose great - \ est stumbling block is ih�Mr complete ignorance of sanitary and civilized methods of living. 'We are just doing what we can" said Miss Bruce, "and we do not pretend that we have made ( a i-^rorti number of converts. We are ministering to i ho\y souls through their bodies.' � * + * ? > o WEDD1NGGS o ? ? * E^exy M an Wk o Lr Enjoj) s oo and isn't getting it at Kome ought to take matters into his ov)n hands, oncJ write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly Made" We mail it free to e-QerJ man Cand Woman, too) T?ho appreciates a delicious cup of coffee. Write today for your cop$* 195 1 CHASE 5- SANBORN - MONTREAL Blenders end Roasters of "Seal Brand" Cofe� Mr. Krcd ('ox ami Mr .lack Cox Coleman, are v K. ,L Williams. * * * t� : > : ? ? ? > ? > ;t* ; Tf the war ends this \>iir how glad the C j men will be to tome back and find CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES *� bright colors efcery where. How they a a a > i uniforms for all women workers �..Wfix v� > m this countrv and half the suits this Calgary ami points west, on The annual meeting of the Sir Alex- * spring are in that .-hade. Kvervthing Uir" tl}%y^ take UJ1 their ander (Jalf (Miapter of^Uie I.O.p.K. was elset Waists, hats. etc. are very vivid. at Lethbridge.  x_ R. G. Bundell officiating. The bride' wjs becomingly attired in her travel-! ling suit of Oxford grey cloth and black j fox furs, with tiat to match, and car- ' ried a bouquet of roses. After the ceremony the wedding party partook oi a very daintily served breakfast at. the Hotel CecIL The guests wero, Mrs. J. Jack,"'Of Bogner, One, mother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Georgl Lemon, and little Miss Pearl Lemon, brother-in-law, stater, and niece of the groom, and the Rev. and Mra. R. G. Blundell. i f The bridal couple left on No. :\, for their re-reaidence ' e. High Grade American Dentistry 0 AMERICA and an Ameri ican th e wor Id owes the inestimable boon of the first-measure to ameliorate the hitherto excruciating pain in dental operations. Trained in the foremost American Colleges we have made s a particular study of modern painless methods. Coupled with our eighteen years of Dentistry As We Practise .'held last might in the Mason's halt. The A reUu.aed officer jun back stopped 'reporta for the year were read ami : bcforo 01ie of the Kitth Avenue shop dopted, and will appear m Monday's wiuUfnvs_ instead of feminine colors issue. Officers elected for the coming v/h.u wtfg hfs horror lo SPW khaki suits year arc: Regent, Mrs. Ritchie; J si. leatured- for women. "Com] Lord, he viee-regeni, Mrs. Starnes; 2nd vice-re-, ejaculated, what are thev doing that gent, .Mrs. Bent ley; secretary. Mrs. -Xol^ i -never want m scm that color Lundy; treasurer, Mrs, i Ur.� Leech; aKain." There ts Unit* wool m echo secretary, Mrs. Armstrong-, ^an-: anv o� tne suiu ,hi> vear. As vou PARCELS FOR OFFICERS dard hearer, Mrs. T. S. Kirkham. The . knf)W wo'ol i5 Hoaring while silk is ten councillors for the coming year BtavillE ia a reasonable price. Silk are; Mrs. Charles McKiIIop. Mrs. K\v-. lia{1 alwavs been considered the queen ore, Mrs. It. H. Davidson, Mrs. May-; wf textures so it will be no hardship nard, Mrs. N. T. McLeod, Mrs. (L B. j to t.hoDae fr0rk9 of it instead of wooly MacKay, Mrs. J. (5. Robertson. Miss ;xherc is ;i )ov,,iv material they Tiiley, Mrs. Pennefalher, Mrs. Tyrell. ( &ve saowjpg for'sport clothes, they * *  used it last year too. but I think it is It. is that i Gift-parcels for officers and men ; from overseas serving in the United ! Kingdom in British regiments or units I of H.M. navy containing dutiable goods j must be sent through the Canadian J War Contingent association, 12^ Vic- j toria street, London. S.W. t t i A f Stubborn Cough \ Loo$en$ Right Up ? light refreshments. About twenty-five dollars was realized for the purpose - in. You* remember m the 'Idyls of : the king," the arm that rose from uie m m w -bosom of the lake clothed in white i'sawite mvstic wonderful. ' As a child, * ? * : : : : > v v ;} ]ilfej to.muse on what sort of ma- i Thti homt-ttftde remedy It a woactor � I tor quick result�. EwlJy mnd . i i cheaply made. i The prompt find positive action-of of organizing the Scouts.. OTTAWA NOTES *? ' terial somite was. v Of course even if there is snow on practical experience we can say with assurance- It Is a Gentle Art I Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson < Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA 4 CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E, EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CR1STALL BLOCK t * * ? < ? * * * * ? * * * * �'lhe sroin^ one sees straw hats every- ^    ........v * i'where. On one of the bitterest nights Sir Thomas and Ladv White left j a few weeks ago as my husband and _ � Toronto for California last week ami P1 *'erc WiiH'"^ Ior a street car there 'will remain iu that Land of Sunshine loomed under our frosty noses, a smart -T for several weeks, lion. \V. .1. Llanna, spring hat. I am sorry to say my Mrs. Hanna and Miss Catherine Hanna 'husband gave a vulgar snort when \\ � " ' � * - "how arlis-' wha Is sense like has business Interests. The latter's �*that can bring up children properly, strength is in need of "recuperation and , it is hoped that the voyage will re-! has just a tinge of the Germanic, store his wonted energy.    i. are also leaving for a southern trip and !;br#ithed an enthusiastic how will probablv extend their journey as Hie." -'Maybe- lie replied 'but far as Lima, Peru, where Mr. Hanna under it?" Do you suppose sen By its construction, by it beauty, by its tone, by its ela ticity, delicacy and strength oi action, by its general excellence and superior qualities, the Y^Td^Tii^; fiemtzman & Co. mt Piatt Their Excellencies, the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, attended by Captain Bulkeley-Johnson, A.D.C., and Captain Kenyon-Slaney. A.D.C., recently received a large number ot" guests at a Government House skating party. Hush, dear, I whispered, that remark , ..as just a tinge of the Germanic." I'However the hat was a rather a bright j brown 6i\ top, faced underneath with fgreen, a little lighter than paddy. And with two pert brown and green wings on the" ecjge of the brim. I think you will see green before we do. At the theatre the other day a smarty smarty asked what is the first thiiv, to turn green in spring and About four o'clock His Excellency join. Lh (ljt, coUl trnth| -Christmas jew- Has won for itself the leading place among the pianos of the world. It's the choice of the world's greatost artists, CHERNIAVSKY TRIO will use one of the famous CONCERT GRANDS at their recital fn Knox Church next Thursday night, February 28th. Why pay as much for a lesser grade? Write for Catalogue ;rms made convenient. 1 * Southwestern Alberta Showrooms in II ed the skaters on the ice and, with Miss Ethel Chadwlck, led in the grand march. At the tea hour, the Duke of Devonshire, with Mrs. Martin BurrelL and the Duchess, accompanied by the Hon.-Martin Durrell, led the way to the tea room. Among those present, were- Sir Cecil and Lady Spring-Rice, Lady Blanche, Lady Dorothy, Lady Rachel and Ladyy Anne Cavendish, Lord Richard Nevill.'Captain Ridley,tA.D.O.. Hon. W. ,L and Mrs.