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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JULY DADL.T HERAtD T MILADI Mrs. H. Hill two datukUrt ot Ktnori. put., ate guesti of Mr. ud Mrs. Chis, C. Harrii. G. W. JofcatoB and of jtti Deer, are tie ruests ot Mr, ud Mri. Cku. C. Harris, Sib, St. South: Mrs. Gtsot, wife of tke nuJiuer of the Uzion Bank at Blrtle, transferred from High Hirer.- died In tie Mailtoha town a tew dtye Mr. 'Gfiot .was formerly located Cardsion. f Mr. Wfiiyard Evans left today to Join a surrey at Brooks. .Mr. B. liwtotf, chief gtrae guartlam of Alberta, Is a few days raeiftMt a white basket j- toeentcd ui rlBtoi. Mrs. Ju. W. MkteC tkc initial ot iv! jiri'iMt and a Kn. W. P. te, Bnttor fMU V 4 4 ANB tOCItTlM The Peojle'a Bible ei ekvrek are bddlic tbek alai OB at of KIM Jeteie UitrUs. UC1 Are. RM. Tke aMttec ai hell will be at p.m. aad all yraac ef tas are utod to tiere wfll be iBportaat basiieei te discuss at thii Mr. and Mrs .Merrell. ot Salt Uke City, are the quests of Dr. and Mrs. C.' M. Fletcher of this city. ;JIiss U Cameron left for the cast on an extended: trip. i -Owing to 'a misprint In thc.publl- tatlon'B of .tit, ejuiilnariODl Ilillian QUIT'S nime was omitted. LQ- liari Gurr passed with houori in the kinderfirttn eliminations of West- minster be (tree b? tie Oaaaniieera Jau Baad, under at the Jack Chapter, I. 0. D. E., wll be hf W tonitht a( tke Exhibition Park A eood tine la 'assured. :A. Mi who attended the C. T. ;camp at Sylran Lake, has re- tprped to the city. Mr. and Mrs; David Hage arrived homo from 1'entlcton ;nis morning. B. N. Hlsinbotham has been elected elder; of. the Presbyterian Tilr. and Mrs. David Donald, accom- panied by Mre. J. S. re- turned from motor trip to Glacier Park last evening. Mr J S Thornley with bin arid'family: left for Mauleod today if hero'they'.will reside in the future. Mr. and T. J. Maclean and little daughter Jesiio have for tn extended: tiip tO) Victoria, Vancouver anil Seattibr 4 4 SOCIAL v> the Hety Child JetUi at Sharon Hill, a faah- Isnable auburb, yesterday bade Indi- vidual women In ,nla congregation te iln their waleta oloae around the leek before they came to the alter' fer communion. the cenilueMn ef the tervlee, Father Monvlllt stood at the door ef tke church and tpeke te more at they paeaed cut In (vary case he demanded that the garment ahould ceiarfe'rm to criterion of medeety -ita wearer .quitted 4he uraal cuteai, >he WM u acttrc Red Crow worker m 'Ottawa. Canadian Club, but eieu she aaid ihat she 'could not do atoth, for efce waited to he at home 'ken tke children from school were always .calling for and she liked to be thete to nswer. Ontaide of the Ottawa. Women's Clnb she has no active connection with other societies. If ebe allow; name to go tie directorate b iMtitutionc, an often conferred on the wife of tho Prim will not be of her own in cltnatlon. Tie Melghens Have been piarrlci or II years. Mrs. was Mist fessie Ifiohel Cox, and was born i }ranby, Qiie. Her mother is Mrs n7ood, oT Winnipeg, at whose horn the family usually spends part of th tunrraer. Mrs. Melghen taught in tho publl school at Portage la ftairle for' tw yeare, and M. was then that she me the Premier, -who was a. Colleeial teacher. They married first day of tefore Uic schoo year was finished, trbereby hangs romance, it is said. Mrs. Melgheh' brother serred on the Air Force du ing the war. .Her father died man years ago. On Sunday they all attend Chalm church, and, bcln Presbyterian with' principles, their -pew ie seldo; Tacant Daily Fashion l Gertrude Beresford .abor Bureaux, Government and Railways Already Busy on Arrangements excursion (rains will follow at flviMlay periods. Tho c-stiniulcd need for tha thie; provinces Is mvn. DRIFTED IN OPEN SEA N.S., July Young, his father, and Herbert Mor- arh, all of Dover, pkkeO at sea yesterday after :i harrowiiiK experience. 'Flic men loll West Dover, Halifax county, on Friday last in tho little fi.slung Forester. They and Mr. Morasu left the schooner a dory ia look after ihelr traps, ft; dense fog dosed down ami they loaV '.heir direction, with 'the'result that. lUey ilriflf d on Die open sea1 .nulil yei tcrday with neither food pr water, BOTH YACHT'S READV YOHK, July Ites'olutf and the Shamrock' IV. were given, tueir finishing touches and the last o! (heir .trial snlna loda'y in preparattoi anchored the vessel'uit Quero I'.ank j for. the first rate tomorrow; and on Sunday rooming Captain Young craft appeared in fine trim. A RAFFIA-TRIMMED SPORT DRESS sorts ot interesting novelties an used to trim tho outing frock, lit thii model raffia makes a most attractive decoration. blouse ii finished with a