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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY THE LBTHBRIBGB DAILY HERALD Delia, spend a fw ireets' holldsye visiting relatives and friends. V Cbarles: Sweetlove. inanagor of iho, Bank ot.Conv.-.erce. Lesley, Sas- kitchenan. is a visitor in the city. Mr." and Mrs. R. J. HobertBon Tiaitors iu Calgary. and B. Ainsworth and chil- 4rea and MftsvAda JSckiou luried.from their cotUge'at'Wtterio'u7 iei after.- spending1 several 5lar 4 4 4i4 ,t Ball, who has been tha guest at ths home or Mr. aod. IVank Sfollze, jeturned to her home iu Texas yestc.ruay. f ''Mr. H. B. Macdonald, of the Mer- chaiila bank, Calgary, is in the city. i'.- i- Marie' of Macleod, Is with friends In the city. .Mrs. Jay fleid is iu Lethbrldge on ruuic to Toronto where she will in latnre reside. f' J. W. Mulliu returned froin Victoria yesterday; Mr. R, has returned' afte? spending several weeks and Edmonton on account ot his health. w Mrs. McDonald, of Webb, Sask., is the guest of Mrs. Harford Eggleton, of Ulcncig Tower, 6th 'Ave. Mr. who relieving at tlie Merchants, Bauit, returned to Winnipeg i Mrsi: J. Hufricr anil daughter, Miss Beautiful Women of Soclrty.dunngthepast Mvcnty hiverelkd upon it for then- dhtin- The sort, refined, ptirly corn pinion It ders Instantly, is always the of comment Oriental Cream :age at J4Xes 'O'tthe. Mp. George .Chew, left for, Calgary defy where ho MaJoK.Muck- estou en route'to'Edriioutem. Mrs. Lelhbf idge, .was be guest at a lunqheonjin Ijos Ange- c-6 iu honor of.MIss Roile Armstrong who recently became s star In the novlng.picture- world. In the even- ug, _ M f s.' U Miss. Arra- ilrong and her.'uncle. Mr. OrrTisby.'-at- ended lue Grauman theatre where Miss Armstrong's picture was shown. Mrs. Hudson will return to (he city rieit month; accompanied by her falh- er, Jlr. McKlnnon: Judge and .A. rJacltsoh are spending a few" days in Calgary as the guests of -Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ken nedy. -i Needs, of the Court House, left on Saturday afternoon for Winnipeg where he.will spend his va- cation visiting relatives. Miss Beryl Cameron, who bas been visiting TfiUi Mrs..R. S. Sang, left yesterday for her home. Mr. A. Price, general manager of eastern C. P. R., Lcthbridgo today. arrived In' Mr. and Mrs. C. Burkitt have re- turned frcm a motor trip to Glacier Park where they spent the week-end.' Mrs. 1. C. Mlllaii, of Toronto. Is a SUCBt at the homo of Mrs. 'Thomas McXabb at tho llockeford 'rancu.' Mr. Martin Gcoghan, of Munson. Is spending the holidays with his par- ents. John Ont., entitained if-many social during-tervlsit-here; the guest at the'home 01 Inspector sod T. M. Jhis 'niorijlns for Galjary anil will be the guest at the C. P. R. hotel in Banff for a month before returning 'to' her' Tioine........ 'r ANNOUNCEMENT- A Marriage has been arranged and will shortly take place between Major Maurice Pope, Royal Canadian Engineers, sou of Sir Joseph Pope, Ot- tawa, and the Conitesie Simonne du Mouceau de second daugh- ter of le.Comte Jean Jules du-Mou- ceau de Befgcndal amf la Comtesse Jeaii Jules du Monce'au de Bergeudal, of Chaumoilt-Gistoui, Province of Bra- bant, Belgium. 'r tr v -ero fra- roses, white' daisies, peon- .-ri bouquet of Little MIB.B pink Ophelia roses. Margaret and Lottie, daughters pt Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Well: ington, made pretty -flower girls, wearing of .white with tonches of pink and poke bonnets to match. Miss Bertha Boulton and Mis; Nora Wellington who attended as -.-.._ loft by motor on Monday- morning for I bridesmaids, -looked ivory attractive, BLUE RIBBON TEA It is easy to imitate the advertise- ments of BLUE RIBBON TEA, but the tea itself can be neither imitated nor equalled ies ilrs.-'J> received the guestflf ia of. grey sstin and pink, with hat of grey and hello cblfc fou. Mrs. R. Husband, mother of tbe groom: wore, A silk with pic- ture wearing a creamisllk gowi with "pink embroidery end picture hat. Those-who assisted at the luncheon Mrs. Goes, Barrow, Mrs. D.-A. Simpsbni- lira: ipclay, Mrs. J. Mrs. Cull, Mrs. Boulton. Mrs. W. P.- Roy, Miss Mary Simpson, Miss Emily Boulton acd Miss. Paulino.Steakley. fjater, Mrs. Husband left for an 'extended.-honeymoon "trip Vancouver and the brido a 'suit of: navy blue with collar and cuffsr.ot Maltese lace (the lace belDe the "gift ot her grand- grey georgette. Mr. and Mrs> Husband will reside at their home Ave. S. upou their return. ;V. MILUJOUSE-SIMM On Monday at high noon, at 505 lith St. South, the Charles B. Crags united in' marriage Martha Alice, eldest da'oshteV of Mr. and Mrs. JameF Stem, to ol and Mrs.-'Joseph o! Saskatoon. }'TJlie ceremony was forrned in ot immediate friends and. relatives. Tho. bride, smaftly attired in a suit of blue tricotlne, opening over a flesh colored worn with a large .white picture hat and carrying a bouquet of 'pink and white roses entered the on the arm of her father'to-tbe'Straius of the wedding march played by Mrs. George Fieri ing. Miss Avis; M. :Lillie. who attendee her, woro s .French blue gown will black picture'hat and corsago bou quct of pink and while roses The groom: wasjsup'ported- by Mr J. Summers Following tUo ceremony a rccherclj luncheon was served >Ir. and Airs. Millhouse left on motor trln to'Calgary and Danff when the honeymoon- will be spent. SOdlAL i Mrs. .A. C. Raworth entertained tVie tea iii'hono ot-Miss Myl O'Hogan "cin- the occa sipn of her approiching marriage. HELP THE BOY SCOUTS with her American divorce, it was as much an ordeal to audience as o Her, Ladyship, .and when attempted to go Into details (lire were vigorous interruptions and cries if "We don't want to hear it." Lady Astqr persisted that ahe wished to make her reply'to the attacks upon her and, despite further Interruptions, and speaking with considerable emo- she completed her statement. itterwards i resolution of confidence u her and con.dqmaaUpn of the at: tacks upon her was carried, the audi- ence- rising to its'feet and cheering iiithUEiasticaUy. Lord Aster, who was visibly, affected, said he never c-lt' so grateful to an audience as he iid this evening. Lady As (or iii her speech replied o an article in John Bull, ylncli. be said, charged her with collusive a divorce in which, in Vns the peUiioDer jnd with insincerity and hypocrisy aud alleged.that while iu the House if Commons'jhaCurged that desor- ion- should not'be iiade the ground 'or divorce, aud she tried to obtain .owii .divorce on' that very ground. statement, said Lady Astbr, vas absolutely The ground of her divorce was.adultery on the part of her former husband, aud adultery alone. There was only one petition. There was no petition on, the ground of doBertlpE. For ter part, she pre- separation and for a tlmo she and her husViabd lived apart, she laying the. custody of their child. That separation without a divorce might haVe-.provided a permanent method of dealing with her unhappy narrlage. and: that was M hat .she Subsequently, on the advice pt her father, she :was felt with no alternative, but to take proceedings a divorce on th'e .ground of she did. That was ho. story, of...', those painful occur- :ea. 'There was, from first to ast, no collusion of any sort, and tho counsel ot-iher. former husband les- tified to that ajl through those wretched family '--difficulties. She did not want a divorce at aU'aiid did not believe In :or intend to tike any proceedings.: divorce on tho fround of dcsertiou.. Adultery was the ground for-the-dlvorco in'which she believed aud when nroceedings became' inevitable-these were the principles on whlcli' she acted. t- f HOW TOUEUP BABY FEEL 4-