Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1920 THE :.PAILV HUHALIJ PAGE in tho city they win be the guests of Ihelr aunt. Mrs. Uarrow, and Mr. ind Mrs. 0. McKay. PERSONAL .j. W. '.Martin of Calgary is'a risilbVlu the city. Mriv Lauler of Coaldale who hsa 111 was yesterday removed to lujrfhomo for convalescence. Lyons of Taber was a visitor iu tho city yesterday. Mrs. Oorbould of Burdelt .who lias been'yislling friends, iu tho city re- turned homo yesterday. .Mrs. C. 11. Matlliews who under- wont an openitiqu in the Van llaar- k'ln' hospital on Thursday is progress- ing lies', satisfactorily. .1 Mr" George Morris returned from Tacbuia, Wash., yesterday. Fribmls will be pleased tu learn of the- continued -progress of Mrs. Slo cum'.who is ;ii patient in the Van Haarlem hospital. laily Drumniond of Montreal left ou Feb. H) for Geneva, where she will utle'nii; the Kcd convention. The1 Duchess of Devonshire, attend- ed by' Captain Catdr, A.D.C., lift'on Tell, ifi for EuglAnd. She'will bo ab- sent two months... Mr. A. B. Hogg, who recently derwent an operation, is progressing favorably. Miss Barbara Lewis left yesterday for Winnipeg where she will be Join- ed by her sister, Mrs. Port, and pro- eeed .to Georgia months. for o summer Mr. William Henry let! Jaw where he wilt atwnd the Masonic meeting. Mr. T. K. Lockwood. manager o! the North IjOthbridge branch ot the Slandard Bank, is' at present In To- loiiio attending, the- annual tioa. conven- Mrs. B. II. Tompkins, who hae been quite ill, is now progressing nicely. Mr. F. pi lluw Island, is a visitor in the city. 4 9 .Mr. Pugh is in Spokane, having been called there through the illness ana subsequent death of his father from pneumonia. f Mrs. Fred has he'en'the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ble'nlicr- hasEClt, of Taher, returned to the city yosterday, t Mr. and Mrs. P.- V. Cavers and fam- ily, of Cardston, who have been ing tho past few das'9 visiting friends in the city, returned 'home The many friends of Miss K. No- gray, who has been suffering from a severe attack of la Erinpe, will he pleased to icarn of her. recovery. Dr. J. J. A; Tjebfecque left for Cal- gary yesterday. Mrs. B. Hbddcr, who: has been.quite ill, is Improving.- V Mr. and ?Irs. Mann, of Toronto, ar- rived in the city this afternoon en route to the Okanagan where they in- tend taking up fruit growing. While SOCIAL C- -i We want you to come out and hear the children iu tho junionand silver I medal contest Thursday evening in I Wesley hall. The children will appre- ciate your presence ahd you will en- Joy thoir efforts. Besides Mrs. H. H. Johusou, the following are assisting in the musical program: Miss Uunsworth, Miss Marjorie Smith, Mrs. Copeland, and Mr. Eugene Farrow. i proceeds are In aid of tho building fund of the new Travellers' Aid homo. The object of the enter- tainment is a most worthy ose. Mrs. MiirrciMVrlghl was the suest of honor at the 'meeting of the W. A. of tho Amalgamated Anglican par- ishes yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Holt and Mrs. Hasell wore the hostesses, and a most enjoyable hour was spent cups. At tho conclusion Irresistible Offerings of Reputable Merchandise x for Early Spring over tho lea cups. of tho program Mrs. Murrcll-Wright was presented with a bouquet ol car- nations. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. lAHklns. New Davton. gave a most enjoyable pifly ouVriday evening. Progressive whist was played, the nrlies being awarded to Mrs. J. Foley and Mr. George Mor- land. Dainty refreshments wore served. So refreshing when fatigued One of the surest roads to health is to have, a cup of Oxo after exposure to wet or cold, or when fatigued. It; quickly, renews vitality ,and gives just that extra sustenance the system needs to make good the wear and tear of everyday life. No an and a cupful of hot water, CUBES The little strength-builders Tins of Cubes lOc. 10 Cubes 25c, 50 Cubes 100 Cubes Sl.25. Spring Millinery same, MRS. McMEEKIN 318 THIRTEENTH STREET NOP.fH CHURCHES ANO SOCIETIES tf Members of the Sikokoloti Chapter; I.O.D.K., are requested to meet at the Nursing Mission at 7.45 this evening for sewing. The regular monthly meeting ot the Nursing Mission board will be held on the second "Monday of next month. March Sth, instead of the usual first Monday. This is to enable the col-1 lectors to have the collecting done after the first of the month. All mem- hers or their substitutes are asked to attend. The Women's Institute ot New Day- ton held a most successful meeting on Saturday last. Thirty members en-1 joyed the discussion on poultry raising aud the musical program rendered by Miss Wilma Scott and Miss Vivian Kipler. A girls' club has been formed by tho i youns girls of New Dayton and al-j ready has a membership roll ot twelve. WEDCINGS r Tho JIarquis of son oi 1 the Duchess, of Marlborougb, was raar- j rled last Tuesday afternoon to the Hon. j Mary Cadogan, daughter of Earl Ca- j dogan, at St. Margaret's Westtuin-1 ster. The wedding was the most im-. portant social ovent of tho kind since the marriage oEjPrinces! Patricia of. Connadght a year ago. The KJngu Queen, Princess Mary, Dowager. Queen Alexandra, Princess Victoria and Princess Louise, sister ot the King, witnessed Ihc ceremony. The' Duke and Duchess of Earl Curzon, the Foreign iind several other members .of the j Government were also present. The gifts were many and costly. They in- cluded a diamond broocli from tho King and Queen, a diamond pendant from Dowager Queen -Alexandra, and presents from other members ot the Itoyal family. The marriage of Amy Beatrice Isa- line, eldest daughter ot the late Canon Ilenaud, rector of St. Thomas' Church, Montreal, and Mrs. llonaud, to Capt. nrry llobbs, M.C.. D.C.M., of Ed- onton, AHa., has been arranged to dko place very quietly in Toronto on chruary 86. MISS MAUD KAHN ENGAGED NEW and Mrs. Otto H.