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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUhDAY. JULY-24, 't920 THE LETHBRIDGE PAGE FIFTEEN MICADI PHONE 1J24 Smith turntd front a asotor trip to Gtalcnwi, Youriiitown and poinU porih Mlfj A. M. Tllley is visitor garySoday. i ,t ot a kusli lu clly mis Luo Bawdcn left today to ke the for a iveek at Eovnuin' at ttaterton Lakw attorn panlid bv her twr> alsten Suie and Oita tWn with Mr, and Mn. V, J. HlUint and left today for Ciliary, where will make (Mr feme In' future. Mrs. Hwood Taker, Richard tie raker, is in the city gujst Taa Bofc Scoatf at ai cardee fete yeaUrday after ui on tht sttracthe TffM P.' abort lawn aa flertrud'e Berwford at Water ton are Mn J Mr. W. McSeuie and X. witt .TinlUnj: Victoria for a few and are clajing at the of A B- 'MttcWiH -.actHK Mr .A i' a M" P hujrtxkk left to steed a holiday with friends Spotene. f f Friends will pleaaod to that Miss- K, who nBdetweel aa in Ilaarlerm hospital. receStlv, recoTens! f S- and chlldrtu Mr? iLethbndpe, with Mn MTB: Smith, of Desr Advocate. Z Mr, H, RoTratt leaves tomorrair 'or Calgary wltere he. has accepted a poM- "California Syrup of Figs" Child's B-st Laxative Adcept ''California'1 Syrup of Figs for tlie name California on 'the package lb.cn you aro sure your child is having the 'best and phxsic for tLo little stomacn, liver and bowels. Children lore its fruily directions on. each Uoghw It crCaaht ciolrmaster af Alberta Victoria Timei Mrs. JonithaB: Racers and Muss Mar avet >iicKe4U, Vaiowver, wnre amons womes prweated to lie King and Qacea at the recent court held ai Palace London The farmer preeentedj by Ladv Canon tad the tetter ky her rather Win. ScNefll. The yacht. are aUncttng a perticularly Urge pumber of people to the Royal Canadian Yacht cinb groaadg, New Tork; a Mrs babella SftOtt itootter of Mrs. Hngm: Macbeth, died at Medicine Hat this -week She years age and. a of Scotland. She canw wort from Toronto in 188J, wita her husband, and had tees an esteem- ed resident of I fa} ever sines. Her in addition of Cadogan friend of the officiated the nnaer Advertisement. say Miss Ttllie WEDDINGS ow guesta Bar A- B B.A of Mr and Bin man of EublgB- Rev and will' resided in' 'A. "quiet wedding was solemiiiied at the Pleaaaot nanse Calgary, on Monday, July 19 when Mies Han- nah OiaOtoa became MISSES' BLOOMERS JBink. CaiBbric, Bloomora IB Mtra i OnlJ B'llniltfid'iUiimb" Saturday LADIES' HATS Indies' c'oldred felt outing hats In old rose antf ydur choico orArawn or bhck Samples and man Begitlar 76t Tiloe Sat Special J3C BOYS'JERSEYS cotton summer In whu grey' wsorlcil regujar 7oC to who vere formerly forced ta content themselves with In home where fancy work'and French novels were the .only: diversions aro devoting .'their Mine to- hospitals, or- phanages aud other philanthropic is Women who have .been ..-.educated abroad or in the foreign schools in T.urkey are tho leaders in'this move- ment for greater freedom- for their sez. Their broad experience in war work ha] interested'many women in polities and they have openly played a..great part in the nationalist move- ment, iu the Cpnstantiuople-Americ- an Woman's College the. Turkish girls take great Interest A COSTLY 8TILL- At Bow Islard, on Friday, Wa. McDonald, of wan firred or monUw )i in jail, tor being in, of aa lUJcIt atni, tUU was located by Comtabtea. field'aiid przdcer, pt'the'A'lP' Pv. FaQing'to pay tho ffee, accused Xvas coareysd fo Jail. and other'athletic aod foct upon ;wbmen who have come -un- der foreign .influence la th> old life of seclusion and' unattractive lo younger 'Turkish women. CONSTANTINOPLE. July ish women "are no longer the shy veil- ed creatures who passed their'timo in the seclusion of" the harem'and were never seen by foreign men. The} still ding to the, veil. .But the. streets I in Constantinople .and other larger Turkish cities are filled with women who have their veils thrown back from their faces. They are highly ornamental and becoming. "Most Turkish women don't.want to abandon them in favor uf hata. Bat.there are many sorts "of veils 'and the smart, black "silk veils which some of the" women .wear are very fetching when draped artistically over their head. in tjie railway and. street cars there are 'special seats for .women b.ut the flimsy curtains which are supposed to screen them from the gaze of men are usually drawn back and it is not nncommon to see men standing in the compartments for Only very old men, however, are raah enough to alt down in the same seat with a Turkish woman. Turkish women sel- dom go to a theatre where there are men.- and evening performances, are arranged for wom- en only. The war has done much to. break down the barrier between Turkish men and-women.." The--women were needed so badly-as -nurses and relief workersj.ihaj; the government had to avail itself of their services now it is regarded as quite' proper Borneo associated In .all sorts qf ami tidaal works "Consequenflv many Lanka: rare tea from Ceylon's gardens British grown- to suit -Critical British taste. Fiavor rich and sparkling, aroma most inviting. Order today ...from your dc'aler. WM. BRAID' CO Canada The Better Butter Scotch ED SEAL Wherever Good Candy Is Sold, P The Star to certain Toronto society girls, are 'taking -lltc'siirespbhsibilUles .ser Miss Helene Mowat, granddaugh ter ,al the late Sir Oliver Jlowat Prime Minister of, Onlirii dbeirbot believe in discontinuing b war she accomplished, wonderful jfork m War Department of file Dominion Red Cross TV hen the-coimfrv need i.ed longer she 4ecrded to de-. '.vole he'rtelf to hospital train In j and Ms V'her first year at the Gcn- HqspitaT, College street. There ifor every; day she renders assistahcV.tb the siek. Miss ,Blsie McPherson M daughter of f> U after a scholarship In Political economy from the Toronto Unlvers itity started an investigation of tho ,occupations ol BomeQ IB Canada at She f'c61ui i. .yti IQ qualified to' siipe'rlnlcna any r; M. daughter of. ProfessbrliC. M- Wrong, :6f-the-Toronto has be- ;come 4. well known .flgure.in Toron- .to as heaJ o' the College ,vFomeu's Union which' 'she'organized a few years ago. Olrl students Hho University know more than any- .one what a.wonderful benefit the work lias been to them. i For, at tho So St. George street, at least 150 girls lake three inwals.evory diiy during .the college months. Miss Wrong is.also n mem- ber of (he committee.which Is fur- 4hcring the project forfn. new UnK verslly residence In accommbiialo 500 glrlfi. For three years she attended Oiford Unlverslly In England, leav ing there in 1914. A girl who Is Interesting herself In Social Service Work la "Miss Flor ence Matiec. relative of the late Mabee, Her prlnr.ipnl object to combine missionary frith social i service work. Last spent flrecnwj.ch Hop.serlSpw -York .-'Ing foreigners. SH8' gVatltiatc ;of the 191S at prWserit vacA- In: Toronto cojjtInu- Two Slices for One t 'V; How much bread do you eat? One slice with every' meal? Two meal? bread-consumption' of Lethbndge.is; billy half what it should be for the best health and vigor of Lethbridge people. Eating twice the amount of biead means, twice the strength and and saving money while you win it Maybe you've nevei sat and figuied on paper the money saving of bread compared with othei' foods'. A pound-and-a-half loaf of bread is the equivalent of 6 pounds of .sirloin steak or 8 eggs. i vV'31 is hot, 'eavy" -food, but'th'c food that strength Eat more and see that your children eat more. Some clay they will thank you. Lethbridge baked Bread is Bread at its always pure, temp- ting nnd nutritious. V I THE LETHBRIDGE BAKERS ;