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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JVIA' 7, ,1920 THE LETHIMUOCH 0AILY HKFIAU> PAGE THIRTEEN Daily Fashion By Gertrude f X HIMQNAL L.> C, Charlesworth, deputy minis- lei- of "aiiplta wus a vj sit or I n, .the. jit rfia y.'. ,v i. Mrs. John Millar left Saturday for hy hei1 lor, Mrs: William McGregor, and fon "lames.' Bonn'cil; .daughter of Mr. L. F. 5th .Aw., Mr. Maurice'ft Davies, ion of Mri. C. Darles, will take placeVquietly tomorrow.. Rriandi hat returned from Mrs. .Ryland.i at Victoria. Mr. Kylande remarked that a ride through! the mountaini at thii action Is beau- tiful. The mountain atreams are swollen and the foliane 1> at Its best.! will; be-slad to know that! Rylandt it greatly Improved inl ritiltb at result of IfTlnj at Ihcj Mr. K; MjKnliM, .of Foremost. !a a guest'of, and Mrs. W. A. ot the C.P.H. ton at the farm. I ticket'office staff, and Miss Elsie Im- i 'rpett, of tho telegraph office, will Mr. Wynyard Evans, at the Royal "leave Lethhrldre oil Saturday to Military College, Kingston, and his'.'pe'hd their vacations in Vancouver, Ijrother Uollie, who hiis been attend- ;jjw Westminster and Victoria.-They Ing school at Ottawa, have returned! wm via Calgary and return home for bu'-the lakes route. Mrs. C. D. Mur- T I and Mrs. R. C. McDonald will ac: Mr ra> Dav'es of'Winnipeg, them. _ spending several weeks in.the city. i; .jjr. and Mrs. S. T. Armstrong, from Mr. r F DM is and two little girls Alberta, and Mr. and Mrs. arc visiting in tho city, the guests at.Covey, front Edmonton, are visiting the horns of Mr- J II.' Cormte. I and are registered at the >Slvathcona Times. Mr F llendrjclo of the Bank of Montreal, Is spending his vacation at his home In'Kaslo; B.C. M, and daughter re turned to their home In Region last .ei'efilng after spending the past two -MT. B. UOOO anuiamuy ICll JOE- -'live In tho dlv thn rued nt hor for a two nooks', holiday with, ln tte. suest her his mother at Dldehurr. V Mrs.'.Fulton Bonncll left' the cltj' on Monday; when she will sail on the Sta for her-home in St. Pol, Prance. The marriage of .Miss Sonhronia >Ister. The Safe Way to Send Money ,SON5 FLY I PADS Kill them all the germs too. Ipc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. poly received this moralat on my iara to the city wfcieh accounts far jBf noa Aca very much dlupnoUiled. "C. R. MITCHELL." Tka success o! evening was due to (he co-operation of the entire staff 1th tie of Ladles' 'Aid and the evparlnteadeiit. The- ladles' Aid supplied euelleni refreshments. Two beautiful given Mre. La jrtcm'aad Mr Fisher; and u fWIn aolo by .Mr. Lay ton. The following gnnte were- present: 'Dr. Campbell, Dr. Oalbrallh. Dr. Mc- Nally, Dr. and Mr.. Lwh and chil- dren. Dr. aid Mri. Connor and child, Uth, at the Experimental Farm. Can trill leave the Masonic hall at !.30 and 6.30. Will.those, having cars please phone, to-Mr. Llvle, Mr. Lin- kirJ or Mr. P. FomUr as early as pos- s'lbie. who intend to go aro and Mm. nephew, and Mrs. Taylor and Miss Tay- lor, Dr. and Mra, McCallum, New Day ton, Dr. Roy, Dr. and 'Mrs. Bryans, Ueierii] and Mrs. Stewart, Senator and DeVebcr, Mrs. Charlet .Mc- Klllop, Mayor and Mrs. and liar- die. and Mr, Emlno, Xr. Morrison, Mr. Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Kclloe, Mr. and Mrs. Sehl. Mill Williams. Mrs. Bruce. Mies' Tllley, Mill Parkinson MiiB Dickinson', 'Supt. and Mrs. and Pennefather. Mr. and Mrs. and also asked to phoBe. the above thatl Miss Hlglnbbtham, Mr. A. Hlgln transportation may be arranged. Mem- bolham, Mr. Geo. Morris, Mr. Oeo. u..i.i.. bers iflll bring Ice cream and coffee will, "served at the grounds. AH .visiting members of the' above lodges are Invited to at- tend. y ''CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v.-f To Any Country in the world is to make use of the facilities offered you'ty this Bank f- Our Branch Managers will Ve pleased to answer our ies. Capital and Total Assets Wesley Ladies' Aid meeting wifl. he held tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon at 3.00 in the ladles'.parlor. ?The hostesses will he Mrs. Fox, M Hendrie-and Mrs. J. Livingstone. i' .The girls.of the C. I, T. of the church ars-asked to meet in ;the'hall on Thursday ;at 7 p'.m. to ar- range for summer sports. '.-V, regular monthly meeting of the officers of Knoi Sunday school tonight (Wednesday) in the- .schpolroom at'T-SO. lawn social will be held this A FROCK' OF BLUE ORGANDIE Thia is a charming style for the small who delights in feminine finery. Blue organdie in a shade that vies with the forget-me-not IB chosen for its' fashioning. The drees hangs straight from the ihoulderi, but Is drawn in at the waiitllae by a wide of white organdie. A.novel hem a developed in white net prettily acal- !6ped at the edge. -A white moire.rib- bon marks the limitations of this at- tractive hem. This is ornamented with small black set at regular intervals. The sleeves show a repetition of this trimming, while'the deep net collar is adorned :wi'th a gay ribbon tie, WRIGHT Kuox manse, .this afternoon 7th, 'the 'marriage was solemnli- ed byth'e Rev: "A. H. Denoon, of Jean Wright, and A.VBruce Finch, both of bcr. were Mr. WI1 Hani Yaunder and: Margaret Wright sister of'the bride.' V SOCIAL SUcey, Mri. McMeekln, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Terrlll. Mr. and Mrs. Layton Jlisses H. McKiP.op, L. Woods, K. Grler, i. Hardie, M. Higinbotham Boyle, F. H. J. Row Harold Tom, J.Martin, D. McKil lop, J, Whlteael, H. Thrall C. Currier, 3. Woods. RA1LWAYMEN AGAIN. Jiily annual con greBB of the' National Union of Rail waymen -of .Great Britain in Eession here today passed, unanimously, a re- nolntlon; affirmlnc its previous pro houncemehta in favor of the national Ization of ilie railways.. The resolu- tion: "Any attempt by. the government to allow the pre-war system again to be- come operative will receive our most strenuous opposition." In Tonight's Issue On H i early today there vere reports that desultory firing: had taken place in the outskirts of Accordinf to ofllclali Hodcea killed during a dispute brer money alleged to be dne; them from' the najro tenants. (Wednesday) evening at the home of Mrs. Wright, 401 19th. St. No. 3 troop Boy Scouts and. a cordial In- vitation is extended to everyone de- siring a pleasant social evening. The Travellers' Aid committee will meet in Knox school room on-Ffiday afternoon at 4.00. Members- please take notice. The Masons of the members of the Eastern Star are hold- ing a joint picnic on Wednesday, July .On at the home of Mrs. Mies Agnes J. Mc- ppnoll was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower and farewell party, given by Mrs. Mulvahill and Mrs. Alexander. Over thirty-five guests were present, and a jolly time was' spent in dan'cihg.' During the evening Miss McDonell was present- ed With many lovely gilts. Miss Me- Doiiell left-last hlght'for the coast where she will visit her brother, Mr. McDonell. Vancouver, 'and her sister, Mrs. In Beillngham, prior to which will take place at Port Arthur. l hm V.'.V JHss Sophronia'Bonnell. whose mar- riage'is to take place tomorrow, sev- ered her. connections: wjth the Union Bank' on Satiirdaflast! With a few wellchosen wordsLthe manager, Mr. C: G. King, on behalf of the staff, pre tented Miss Bonflbjl with a hand tome cut glass ifffer set and silver tray. MONTREAL BARBERS STRIKE MONTREAL, 'July hundred barbers, members of tho local union, went on strike this morning, follow- ing the refusal of their- demands yes- terday. At a meeting of the Master Barbers' association last night it waa decided that It would be impossible to meet the raen'E demands of .i week wages and half of the receipts of each man over 135 a week, under the present, scale of charges to the customers. Sis hundred barbers are still at work.- LONDON .MONEY I.OMDON, July Bar bar. gold Id. Money pel cut; discount ratM, abort tillls per cent., three -months' biUt cent. Gold Lisbon' 140, pet RACE TROUBLES LOOM .UP IN PARIS, TEXAS PARIS, Texas, July ary precautions were being taken here today to prevent possible race trouble as a result of the action of a mob last nlght._ifi.burnlngiat the stake Irving and Herman Arthur, negroes, accused of having killed J. H. Hodges, and his son, while at tho latler's farm nearhere last Friday. Armed vol- unteers jrere patrolling the streets The song the kettle sings: Lanka Tea A80KO of Ctylon'a fafll gardttu whtte To'-ii (roini. Britiih irrewn, .carefnlly blended tod' tested, to cnjt'British tacte. The. Linka, Lanka color' the Lanka Baror satisfid. for the BRAID CO. .GALT HOSPITAL I 1 SEAL BRAND COFFEE 1 B nfm, tafwf, ufn Coffee, nai, mnlour, ixMjrisliiiig, b and rouud. In '4, i and Tim, heenMieiDf mixl. ground, of FINE.gBwnd (foe Trkolaoo oc iU ordinary CHASE SANBORN MttTEufril. MONTREAL. GREAT! GOING BY BOAT, TOO! When b'uilneti calli you the Eaat, 90 hy After the weary winter, you'll enjoy .the warm lunshlne on the Oraat Lakei, The palatial itejmera "Noronic" and "Huronic" travel 10 between porti ihxt.lKtla time la over all-rail ach'edule. In Buying Tkkels It's Wise to Think To Include In Summer, This Water Link N ,Make Ibis trip a real vacation. The freedom, the- cool'dcan comfort, t% v fun on shipboard, the excellent appeal to crcrj traveller on theas V magnificent Lake Liners. r From Dulnth or Port Arthur to "Soo" Sarnia, Detroit or Windsor All railway agenis will you by Lake and if you request. "Noronlc" and "Hnronic" leave Duluth, Sundays. Tuesdays and Fridays. Uave Port .Arlhuf, Mondays, and Saturdays. For full Information, your local ticket agent or R. CRAWFORO, 3M Main St., Winnipej, NORTHERN NAVIGATION COMPANY j The graduating class of which includes the Misses bva Mac Cox, Lil ;las McCallum Elizabeth Thomson Sybil and Florence Breeca, -held" thqir ciscs at Gait hospital last evening, when about two hundred guests were The mayor opened the cere- mony with -d feiv remark.y saying it was thirty-one years since he first.en- tered the Gait hospital and he. had watched its progress with interest. He hoped to see the co-opcratlon of every- body In Lethbridje; thai is to say, he to-take a much deeper Interest in the hospital. Mr. 0.' B; Bowman then spoke a few kind and Instructive words ti) the ladies .taking their training at present in the school. Dr. Galbralth addressed the graduating nurses. Or.. Campbell, as medical superintendent, thanked the Ladies1 Aid for all their assistance to the hospital. Mrs. DeVeber pre- sented tho school badges. .The Misses Elliabeth Taylor, Myrtle Leech and Camlle Connor, who were daintily Iressed in bouquets to tho graduating cliiss, to which Miss Cox responded on behall of; the graduating'class. The mayor closed the graduation exercises with well-chosen words; ..Dancing wss the next Item of the program, splendid music being render cd by Sir. G. H. Dunning's orchestra. The .reception_ committee follows; The mayor and Mrs. Hardio, Mrs Pehnefatier, president .of'.therHpspl lal Ladles' Aid; Mrs. Staraes, secre- tary of tho Hospital Ladles' Aid, an< Mrs. .Burling, superintendent of Oa! kospllal. A letter of regret was read by.thi mayor from Col. and Mrs. Mewturn Mrs. purling received the foliowini telegram from Hon. C. R. Mitchell minister of health, Edmonton, thi morning: A. M. Durllng, Supt., "Oalt Hospital. Invllalfon for graduation exerc "A ipin In the countryl Ths full of good things to cat, the tank full of Imperial Premier gaKmne and the crank-case filled with Imperial Polarine. Nothing can mar the day't pleasure." r Thorough Lubrication IMPERIAL can be dependtd oh'_to' give you tKerough lubrication, to keep the engine running quietly and to take you a 100 miles or miles at the least jpsf for fuel; oiland repairs, Imperial Polarine forms piston-to-cylinder that maintains compression and utilizes the full power of the fuel. It spreads a thin, yet unbreakable oil film over everv friction arfrface that minimizes is the perfect lubricant. Imperial Polarine -R-ill not break up.under high operatirg heats. H burns freely ivith hardly a trace of carbon, 'Costs less because it saves depreciation and fuels. Sold in gallon and four-gallon sealed cans, half-barrels and barrels, also steel by dealers everywhere, Look for the Imperial Polarine Chart of Recommendations when you buy oil. It shows which of the three below is recommended for your car. Use the grades specified, exclusively. TMPGUAL POUMNE IMPERIAL POLARINE ITCAVY IMPERIAL POURINE A to (Mrfw hny Mr) (Efyi Mr) A GKADt SPECIALLY SVtTED TO MOTOR IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED Lubrication (.MI ;