Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
.h JULY 17. 1920 THE fiAJLY. HERALD PAGE FIFTEBJI Daily Fashion Miis u. left _ Calgary and Edmonton Mr and Mrs A Vi Kress are spend lug; the week-end'at Lake Louise. Mre. Collins, Miss Proctor, left today for a trip east 9 Mr H. MtG. Toung left today on an trip lo Ottawa Mr and Mn Terrill and daughter Dbrothy, left 'this' afternoon to visit In Bellerllle, aiid Till return by way of Chicago Miss McGowan, ijesldent of tils city for two years, has returned to her home in Toronto v ths publications of the Central School 6 and 7 -examinations, the: following names were omitted: Margaret Jarris, Louis Pardu'o and Ernest Osborrie.'- Duncan Brown of Let Abridge, has been engaged as science teacher In Uhei Collegiate Initttute. St- at a salary of jl.SM per annum.. Mr. Broun It the youugest.son of the late Nell Brown, and was educated In Bel- moil school. He went West several years ago, and was .public school in- spector (n' Saskatchewan for a few years, but resigned to take a position la -Letbbrldge Collegiate' St. iThoinas Times. i i Miss Margaret SmltVof Lethbrldge, a at the summer school. Ed. montOD was encored times for her, selection In the musical) program rcrfdercd at the Garden Parts on the TInjlVerelt> campus given by the teach- last Tuesday evening. The marriage of Alice Cawlhorne of Bellerue. to Lionel Edward Drake o( Pqrt Clements. formerlvv.of. Bolle- was' solemnized by :He'y.. J.: P W.CBtman'at week .11 [While In London Mrs McKlnnev M P P of Claresholm, was entertain ed at tea by Lady Asldr, Mi P., short- ly after the the latter to the British house of commons itr and. Mrs C H Lajcock left on their k return to Lethbridgo after visiting for a time at the home of Mr and Mrs H E jierald ,_ J 1 Corporal Thos.' Mudiman has been transferred from Hat to Lethb ridge A' H. McGuira'of.the.flrm of.McKel- vey i. McGuIre' of Lethbridge, to getker with his wife and daughter, are among the motorists arriving in this section and camping out at the beauty spots during the past Cran bro'pk Herald. r Mr J T Graham and Mr and; Mrs. C. D. Sleeves. i.ethbrjdgo, .Trerfi among the autoists stopping this touring that diEtrlct "r i Mr Colin GroT, news editor ot the- Caljarj Albcrtan, Mrs Oroff and cbll drep are in thetclty torrlslt friends for-'a fortnight. Mr. Qroff goes on to for a short In Van- Journlil. Miss B. Parsons has returned from a vtslt to Cranbrook. Mr, and Mrs. J. V. Llvie and family of-J308 4th Arcnuo S.. accompanied by Mrs. J. .B. McKerrowj and daughter, Agnes, left ffrlday' morning by automobile en route to Waterloo Lakes, where they will upend a two- weeks'-. AND SOCIETIES garden party haf i fringed to take place frlday. July 23rd, on the lawn of the R 8 W M P. barracks in aid of the Boy Scouts Everyone is extended a cordial inTita tlon. The Art n-st at the home of Mn J Livmgstone north cf. the C. P. R. tracks on-lion- day afternoon a( 3 o'clock The hus bands invited, to a- picnic, supper at- I o'clock. St..Mary's Women's Auxiliary are holding a strawberry and rice cream social at the on Tuesday evening, July.20th; commencing at o'clock.; A sood program has" beili arranged.: The proceeds will be devot ed to the W. A. share of the .For- ward Movement.assessment.fund. A hearty invitation is extended to all. A'social "and dance will be given under the auspices of the Trinity Soc- iety of St. Pa! rick's church at St Basil's school', on July 19th: Good '.music. Refreshments strvcd Dancing 9 to 1. Mrs. Watson's section ot the Re- bekabs will meet on.Monday evening at 632 12th St. south'. Gertrude Beresfofd ,4. "vy If H U charged against women that their brain weighs less than the! mall the femate iraiu' Is much higher than "the male. It has been too, that few treat, can succeed unless there-is a woman behind Itsa. It was a TO- man who routed the conscience of the ;world apiinet slavery, It was a roused the world.' to make- Warfare humane. f' It was HIzabelh and Queen Jilted the prestige "and sjandiug or the Baplre to higher points tbaji any malevruler. In paying our thanks tor "services rendered" te such great statesmen as Gladstone, .Sal if bull, and Chamber- liiil, lo.-meaiiOD but three of many, vru really honoriog .their from whom they drew their Inspiration i 'A noaian-rJoan of .arsd France, .from.) besoming part ot.Brl- and another: t'omnn, Catherine ESt.Rwsla high among the nations.1- more Inventors than more female teachers than male; IB admitted that women hare fair greater moral, courage- than it Is i as to whether they hare not greater phjsical cour age On.the stage, wd. In tho world of reign supreme. And-Iet be remembered that stood nearest to on Calvary, and were first at. the open tomb on fas- ter-morn. SPECILS -AT "THE BAY" We are sounding Call" for July Sale Bargains tonight as this tremend- ous sale conies to a final close at 9 o'clock, ajid in order to provjde for late comers who desire to paitake of this great savings event, we are running a few extra spe- cials from each department, on sale from 5 to 9 p.m. 9 GIRL OF 17 WEDS News has reached? New York from Paris of the engagement of Miss Consuelo Morgan, daughter of Mr." Harry H. Morgan, United States Trade Commissioner, to Belgium.' and Mrs.' Morgan, to Count Jean Mau- pas du Juglart of Paris. The mar- riage will take place on Thursday in. St. Pierre de Challlot Church Paris. Miss Morgah', who is just 17 years old, went; to" capital last March to continue" her studies. Mis's'Morgan IE a granddaughter on her'-motheV's side at Gen.. Kifc Patrick, one' time American Amba'i- sailor to Chile, andJof Philip llicky Morgan, at one time Judge of the Supreme Court of Louisiana "and Judge ot the International Court -In EgypV and a former Ambassador to Meiico Count do Maupas, son o( Count and Countess de'Maupas du Jngiart of 33 Rue de Lfragchamp, Paris, Is 30 wears old; He Is a member bf an ancient family that has flourished since the eleventh ceritury. Ho was one of the to Jain his country's colors, iri the world war. At Peronr.e he severeb wounded and his fighting career cuf short He was captured and taken to Germalv, where he re mained in a prison camp His brother was killed in tlie'war. TO COVER THE SUMMER FROCK This simple wrap of cerise duveljrn II an ideal wrap for Summertime. It Is designed with a circular yoke whose, jinetlon with the lower pai-i of th.e cape is marked by a has-jr silk cord .on the same gay hue. Utterly sleeve- less it is cut on the side where sleeves Blight naturally be placed.- Another concession to-its coatake qualities Is are dis- tinguished by a narrow, fold of change ant blue. UCfeta -which; match.es the lining'.. This.is exceedinglyilovely, as Us shimmering folds change from for- get-me-not blue tq.orch.id. Tho small wmie silk Bat is almost concealed by a richly embroidered white veil.