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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta -raw me 'Mi. ifil'i MILADI i'0 Marry Earl of Minto i WEDDING CREATES INTEREST MONTREAL, Jan. wedding which has excit- ed society in Canada, Britain nnd tho United States will be celebrated here tomorrow afternoon whem the marri- age ot the Karl of MtntJ to Miss Marion Cook of place in St. Patrick's church. The groom is a Protestant and his bride a Roman Catholic. Among the guests will be their ex- cellencies, ths Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. The Countess of Minto, mother of the groom, will represent that family. A congregation compos- ed of the most noted people in Mont- real, Ottawa and Toronto and also iatany well known society people from i.ioe United States will bo in attend- Mce. The maid of honor will he Miss Dorothy Cook, the bride's sister. Two iywuijw sisters, Misses Audrey and! Exclusive photo ot Miss Marion Itikrali Cool; Lady Rachel Caven-1 Cooke of Montreal who is to marry of tfce D-ake and j the Earl of Miuto on the 18th of Jan- Ducaess of Deronshire; Lady Mar-1 uary. Bcott, daughter ot the Dake of' ___ Buecleach; the Hon. Marguerite i MiaiiKhneaw dsiahter Lord and i of Montreal, will bo tlio SSJ Pour- little cousins of THROUGH WESTERN EYES Ifeearui of Mrs. Charles McBacaren, formerly Miss Allen ot Montreal and Mlaa Adelaide Beard- daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Grove's is the Genuine and Only Lmxmthftt Bronte Quinine The and orijfcwl Cold and ttip tablet, the merit of which kt racojaiud br all cMJized aareM mil baHatiaaa, Be sure its Bromo The genuine bears this signature the bride, the sons of Mcs. Qorald Karrell, will act as -pages, they being Masters Gerald, Mark, Desmond and Charles Captain Oswald Balfour, military secretary to hlj excellency the Duke of Devonshire, and nephew of the Rt. Hon., A. J. Bslfonr will be best man and'-the uhers Stuart MacTier, Alex, Paterson and Cadet Herbert Cook, a brother of the bi'ide. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cook. She was born on August 16, 1S96, at the old family homestead "Edgehill" near Morrisburg, Ont. Her parental an- cestor, John Cook of English and Dutch ancestry, wai a united empire loyalist. The bridegroom, Victor Gilbert Lariston Garnet -Murray Kynmond Elliott, Earl of Miuto, baron of Nova Scotia, hargn of Minto and viscount Melgund, is the fifth peer to bear that title, well known in the Scottish borderland and in British military and diplomatic annals. He is a son of the fourth Earl of Minto, who was governor'-gemiral of Canada from 1898 to 1904, and Mary, daughter of the Hon. Charles Grey, He succeeded his father In the earldom In 1914. KMfOIDS (GRANULES) ESS INDIGESTION nod, do good; QUICK RELIEF! IN TAWJT POM THOCC WHO n-mum THKM, MAKERS OF EMULSION n MRS. HUMPHRIES IS ELECTED SCHOOL TRUSTEE IN VICTORIA, B. C. Mrs. A. B. Humphries, (or many years a resident of thia city and who moved to Victoria, B. C., about three years ago on account of ill health, was last week -elected a school trustee of that city, by acclamation. Mrs. Humphries takes the stand that she ia a believer in progressive education, and while favoring econ- omy in school expenditure, is opposed to any policy which tends to limit progress. For twenty years Mrs. Humphries was active in social reform in the prairie provinces before leaving for I the coast. While here she was pro- vincial president for the Alberta and Saskatchewan branch of Y.W. branch of the White Ribbon. She achieved considerable success as Y. W.. organ- izer, and was 'prominent in 'church Vy-ork and the Order of the Eastern i iJtar. Lethbridge women are proud 1 to recognize among tbeir number one who is taking such a prominent inter- I est in school matters in-.Victoria. There ia QUO association Unit Is lackliiR women, ill spite ot their present ovor-organiza- That is a Women's club. There arc now a larpo number of women hi the i-Ky I'luacoil in business occupations who -uv intori-sM'd in the same lines of v.pork an 4 wli-i could profitably ..unite in one i-ommou ob- ject. A Business Women's club nas ex- isted lor some timo, in Toronto and has boen a diH'ldvd success. There is also such a club lu Calgary which has been flourishing tor several years. Tim obifcts ui these are partly patriotic and and pro- vide an opportunity fur the girls to discuss v.'oi'king com! it ions, salaries, etc.. while mooting in a social wi-iy. These clubs ave gradually becom- more popular iu Canada, particu- larly it: the larger cities. One can see a irri-Mi future aiie.ui of such an or- sai: Nation. Its members would be composed of one class of people with i-imilsr pursuits, they would have an added interest in their work and in iho betterment of conditions, and they could do much to elevate the standard girls in business life, who have the trmieacy just now oE using powder puffs and mirrors as the main item iu [ho regime. Brilliant Future There is a brilliant future ahead for qualified business women, says Mise Mac.Mahon, President ut the Canadian Business club in Toronto. Business men have recognized the fact that their work is accomplished equally as well as rhat of the men. They can and do assume reaponsibil- tiy and they have a greater capacity for detail. Many women in office po- sitions in Toronto are earning a week, some much more, says Miss MacMahon, and she is in a position to know. University women are entering the business world in increasing numbers, she pointed out. Miss MacMahon does not advise the ambitious girl to enter the offices of large Institutions or thoroughly es- tablislisd businesses. In these places almost invariably men fill the posts. It is better for the girl who wants to get ahead to go into the more newly established, smaller con- cerns, where she can -grow as the business growa. In the U. S. Sixty thousand business and pro- fessional women in the United States now have 350 clubs iu forty-three states that are banded together in one federation. Mrs. Duryea, of New York, who is interested in tbte "organ- ization, wouid like to sea Canadian women in similar clubs have their or- ganizations join and thus make an international" federation. Mrs. Lena Lake Forrest, an insur- ance woman of Detroit, is thoir na- tional president, and Miss Lena Madi- son Phillips, a Kentucky lawyer, the secretary, initiated the movement. Their next national meeting is to be held in Cleveland uest July. The aim is to gather iu the women who have "arrived. This keeps up the standard and sets an ideal for the younger members. Mrs. Duryea claims that social training and educa- tion are the greatest assets in. busi- ness -life. It Is interesting to note that in Washington the British embassy of- fices are staffed with Canadian sten- ographers. Only in the last few days has come a call for several more to fill vacant positions. There are Can- adian girl stenographers in the Unit- ed States government offices as well. One is secretary to a cabinet minister. EXPRESS CO. AND EMPLOYEES LEAVE DIFFERENCES TO BOARD OF ARBITRATION OTTAWA, Jan. several weeks of negotiations between the Canadian Express company and its employees regarding working condi- tions and wages, the matter will be submitted to a board of arbitration for settlement. The sittings of the board will start early next week. The men ask that the -schedule be made to conform as far as possible with that of the employees -of the Canadian National Express system who are receiving higher wages, but the company says'-it cannot see its way clear to grant the request. promptly UfHENi child "eoofhiogmothtr'i duty li to fire the Merer t.bM. nod thM prt- rent my weakening the lonfi. Aa the tahtet dlMoTrwIa lbnd relief. Pepi contain aptan ot otfcer harmful n d Your COliGHi whole or craahed to a powder) wttb. the Miorance benefit. One little Pep at night will clear the breathing passage! and let the little one7! ileep be an- broken by flu. A Pep before atarting lot echoel in had weather la aim m> Invataable aafe- tw the chlUru'a throata and All He. box. FREE TRIAL advert., name of paper end Ic. MM .oatagc) Ftfja) Ce> trial package will bat Mart .Duchess of Sutherland, whu IB one of :i party of Kngliflhwomon who in- tend to explore tho Upper N31o beyond the present limit to which it lias been REDDY GETS THE WORST OF A FIGHT BY THORNTON W, BURGESS "Pray, before you pick fight, Be very sure that you are right. Fox. Down on the snow-covered Green Meadows raji Reddy Fox. He ran swiftly. Thf snow was well packed and he didn't break through. This made easy running. Roddy was in a great hurry. He had just watched Wliitey the Snowy Owl from the Kfcr Xorth boldly steal a fat hen from Farmer Brown's heiiyanl and fly away with it. Whitey had flown only far enough to feel quite safe, then had dropped down to the snow to eat that fat hen. You see, he was so hungry that he couldn't wait to go any further. As ran RedJy kept his eyes flied on Whitey. He saw that wasn't so greedy that he was forget- ful of possible danger. Every half min- ute or so he would straighten up and turn his round head this way and turn it that way to make sure that all was well. Then he would resume eating. Iteddy's mouth watered aa he ran. KG didn't know just what he was going to do when he got there, but be hoped to get a share of that fat hen. It was a big hen, a fat hen. Perhaps it was more than Whitey could eat at one meal, and be would be generous enough to give part to a poor, hungry Fox. If he Tfculdn't be generous, perhaps there would be some way, to take a share away from him. The one thing said he politely, grinning as only Reddy can grin. his back, and with clawa. wlnia wd bill all busy at the tame time, ho (ave Keddy BO chance to reach him with his sharp lu half u minute Keddy's wholn desire wax to get awajr. There n'lis no Scat left lu htm. (Copyright, 1921, by T. W. The next story: "Wbilejr Makes up Ills Mind to Stay." FORM NEW PARTY AS A PROTEST decided overwhelmingly to constltutt a Democratic labor party IB LONDON, Jan. Clirlntlaniu I dispatch to tuo London Times says' that as a protest against liolshcv-1 1st attitude ot tho official labor party, the .sociay Democrat opposition has iMvtf arenat It aMikKd L Mll-knevn home treatment Out j pill Ifett. 2Ss. a bei, all taaleri. j Dr.Ctiasos Reddy was the fear that Whitey wouhfc see him coming and fly away wltn what remained of that fat hen. Every Whitey straightened HP for a look around, lieddy stopped and stood perfectly still. He as Peter Rabbit had done when ho first saw Whitey. The instant Whitey be- gan eating again. Reddy started on as fast as possible. And so it was that Reddy almost reached Whitey before the latter saw him. The snow was covered with feathers, and there was not much of that fat hen left. But there a little, and the sight of that little made Reddy reckless. "I'll have that if I have to flght for niuttered Reddy. Whitey had discovered him now and faced about. His yellow eyes There was on trace of fear in them. It was plain that he didn't intend to fly away and leave what remained ot that fat hen. He hissed angrily, and lie snapped his bill in a way that gave Reddy a most uncomfortable feeling. Now, Reddy ia crafty. He had no in- tention of fighting, if he could help it. "Good morning, said he po- litely, grinning as only Reddy could grin, "I see you have good eating this morning.. You are lucky to have such a fine meal these hard times. If you have more than you want, I beg you to take pity on a poor starving Fox who has been most unlucky in his hunting." "Run on and catch your own din- ner; there's nothing for you hissed Whitey, snapping his bill more than ever. It popped into ReddJ's head that what was left of that fat hen wouldn't amount to much in of a meal, but that Whitey himself would make a very good meal. He jlooked 'big and plump. What Reddy didn't know waa that Whitey's coat was so very thick that It him appear very much bigger than he really was. Reddy began, to run in a circle around Whitey. He meant to make Whiter keep turning until he was dizzy or confused. Bat Whitey didn't that worried turn his tody at all. Only bis head turned. Those fierce yellow eyes would follow Reddy around until Whitey waa looking straight behind him. Then so quickly that Reddy could hardly see the motion, that head would snap around the other way and continue to keep those eyes fixed on Reddy. At.last Heddy lost patience. Wbitey ilidn't look ao dangerous. .Watching his chance, Reddy sprang. He intend- ed to land on Whitey'fl back. He didn't. No, sir, he didn't. He landed on eight stout curved claws, and each one of them tore his coat. At the same time stout wings pounded him, and he never had been pounded and that hooked bill tore Ilia face. You see, Whitey had thrown himself on Tender Gums -A Warning Bfiware of gum tenderness that wains of Four out of five people over forty 'tiave many under forty, also. Loosening teeth indicate) Pyorrhea. Bleeding gums, too. in- flamed, bleeding gums act as so many doorways for disease germs to entef the the joints or causing other ailments. Forhan's positively prevents Pyorrhea, if used in 'time and used consistently. Aa it hardens the the teeth become firmer. Brush your teeth with Forhan's. It cleans the teeth them white and clean. If-gum shrinkage has already set in, start using Forhan's and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment. 35e and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If ycur druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid, v famuli tlK. J. ftrioi. ft ft Forhan't, LbL, Montreal TENDER SKINS SORE HANDS winds-make the skin harsh and rough. Lips get sore; hands crack and chap; faces itch and smart and "break out" into those blotchy eruptions known as winter eczema. To restore the skin to a clear, healthy flexibility there's nothing like Zam-Buk. Rub it into the face, arms and wrists at let it work while you refined herbal essences soak into, and purify the tissues. They soothe irritation and smarting pain; heal raw sore surfaces prevent "infection" of the broken skin. Cold-creams with no medi- cinal value, or coarse fatty oint- ments, arc powerless to give you the clear healthy skin you desire, You need the most soothing and Successful akin remedy ever discovered. Ainu a wonderful for Bufnt, Cuts and .11 JWM. Woundi and injune ;s. Of cKcmiiis. SO c. per box or direct from ZMn-Buk Co., Dupont Toronto. Trill Ic. aUmp. amBuk otig, Well, now, who could resist the beau-, light, mouth- watering doughnuts that Cream of the West Flour makes It's a wonderful bread flour, too. 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