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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; JULY 29. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PBON) MM MILADI B. L Jaektoa Mt todmy fox two 'awnUt' Mre....William Soott hM with Mr. Harris Moctena. Rev.JOUter U Curtto leaves today vtolt in Taber. ini Mrs. McKtooey, of CUres- holiii; are' gutsts at the home ol Dr. andjMre.' P.'CrfJg, visit to London, England, McLelland and Mn. nitt Wallace'arrived In tbe-elty thM mom-. ing They visited friendi and Port-Arthur route home.- Mrs F- V Jxwii and son ue hoii- af Wsterton 8. Pi-Cnrtaft barrister of glna.'is at tue home: of hli sister tierall Miss S. E. Morris, of Portland, is visiting at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris, 10th. St. Mrs. J. A- Weraeie, of Billings, Is, the gueat at the- home of her.sister, Patterson, Mr. Woodl president of tii U. F. A., .wis visitor in Macleod yesterday. Mr. '-Thomas..Acheson. agricultural expert, G.P.Rc, was In tho city yes- terday. 'i >trd. fiaptie.'Who halt been the guest t of Mrs1, T: C. RHpath, left for her home in Calgary today. Mr. Norman Lambert, secretary of the Canadian Council ot Agriculture, T.'lth headquarters in Winnipeg, spent ynsterdaj-.ln Macleod. x. Mr. Arthur HJglnbotham leaves day on a three weeks' visit to Eastern '.R. R. Davidson, F. Waddington and Mr. Bishop, of Lethbridge, were visit- ors in'tie' ctty ald. -.1- i F. H. Peters, of Calgary, is in 'the city.for tie irrigation' convention with tier'husband, the commissioner of irrigation. Mr.V.nnd Mn. C. W. Peterson, of Calgary, are the guests ot their WVM, IJarris.; Major Brown and Colonal Spencer, M.P.P.; of Medicine Hat, are in the city for the Irrigation convention. V 'P. S. Warner, Is attending the Irrigation convention. SOCIAL Mary Ostltind and Green entertained last evening at a miscellaneous shower in compliment to Jliss Lulu Wllcoz, .one of next montli'a hrldcs. Covers were Inid-for twenty- at an attractively; appointed. t'J ventjlatioa dance Boor ntrfaet, the froTfaM, ti 'could-.-bs The' tea and refreshment bootht which were wtli patronized, were im'charge ot of Mfjor ROM Ctapto'r, m m S 4 4 WEODINfift The BMrrtacc at ot Lctlibridci, to Mr. Peranorj WoeU, wool Mr. Martin Wook. Carditoc, took momins at the home of A, W. R. Whlteman garjr, who performed the CTremouy. Mr. and Mn. WooK will make'their bean in Letbbridge. J'V' A Bomber of members of the Can Girls in Training of the United Church, chaperoned by Mr. 'and H. H. Bruce and and T. O. Jones, left- afternoon to ipend a conple ot weeks ia camp at BurmU. The (Irla is the party Phlla King, Marjory King, Erika Qluder; Blanche Yenia Besile Worth lairtoa, Be'salj Lalos, Doris KUtel :AJJeu, Wat- QUnvlIle', Helen Morden. Janet Mcllvena, Pearl Taylor, Mar- ion Ralston, Gnrr, Uvrtle Hyuop, Anaie KerrrLily da Morris. v r, The Christian Bible School held their annual picnic yesterday near the big railroad bridge at the river bottom. ThrouEli the co-operation of the superintendent, Eugene Farrow and Mr. J. Owen, thejcftlldren and Daily Fashion Bar effort AIDS IN HOUSE CLEANIW3 4 frfen fill n hi r Ume comej 'romoi wwnen uw wcfc ud conpovnds as they hap- to boady, regardleai of what The toDowtac ttal, ______ >y boine demonstration agont, various cleansers and to DM Uuun: Mapbtha boards and T WUte glauet and china. Scouring and TTlndowi. Steel wai from Doors before applying new pa Int. or varnish, aluminum ware. Floor and furniture. disinfectant. Ewuriny down drains, cleaning enam- eled elnki and windows and FOR SUNNY AFTERNOONS Till of white organdie admirable for the Informal affairs of it aommer afternoon. A very novel of dccontlon Is revealed In the motifi that form rather In- terwttng panels. These are made of very pale bine organdie frilled with the. ume fabric In delicate tones of pink. The motif (hit appears on the bodice shows a very pale- shade of pink in the This however gives place to the deeper tones the panels approach the hem of the skirt. A high, collar bints of the early retqrn of tits mode, although the sleeves stfll retain their abbreviated form. crowd of about elBbty-Jlv.e tij the the. supper hour The children and ota 'social hoiir at the home of 803 3rd Ave. S., on Friday afternoon at 3.00 in honor ot Mrs. Hamilton, presi- dent ot the Central W.'C. T.'U., who I> leaving the city shortly. All Royal Crown- Soap for the Aid should -be tent to 'Stir "Are.- AflSoiith, wit later than (he end 'of. The committee who in charge of the Boy Scouts gaWen party Visa to thank all those who in cny way contributed -to SUCOMI. Thsr par- ticularly wish to thank-'tM' orcfcealra, the members of the W. M. P., those providing all those who worked so .diligently for the 'entertainment of the i ISSUES CHALLENGE TO LAOY challenge to Lady Aator to sue Mm for libel Is Horatio Bottomley's rejoinder to her, defence other (Jnlt- ed States divorce tafd before a sym- pathetic meeting of the As- sociation' at Plymouth, lut iFrfday, according to a special from Lon- don to the Toronto Mail and plre. Km- The editor tomorrow will display bis flat .on posters throughout Brit- ain, dragging back into publicity the 17-year-oid trouble Of the first woman rierihor of parlia- ment, 'advoticy 'prohibition for Britain and opposition to a re- laxation or the British divorce laws A New Woman! That's what any woman ,is after a hot cup of fragrant Blue Ribbon Tea. It chases away that old tiredfeeling and fills her with new life. So delicious too. try I PAQE work. Ho was formerly Amoricsh min- ster to the Netherlands. During tho j be Krved lu the American navy s chaplain with the rank of'Lient-. ant Commander. Mr. Ciapiu. alter wing graduated from Prlncetoa with dua of '17. enlisted in tho Amerl- an aad wmd throsgh the war. ciog to a czptalncy. Ho has just re- trom study at Oiford Uni- have earned her Bottomley's hostil- ity. reopens the question'in an article in tomorrow's John Bull beaded "Lady -Aster's Canting At- titude Toward British Laws ot pi vorce." An advance proof of the -ar- ticle'wag Bottomley points out that, he is waging. a campaign "against Lady Aator .to." the traditions of the mother ot and that he Is doing thli not in parliament, where he could obtain--.legal -immunity, but as ordinary citiren subject to the law of libel. In annrer. to. Lady Aster's state ment at she -'n'ever wanUd obtain It on 'the 'grounds the editor quotes trom a New York newipaper, of February 5, 1903, as 'In the befrnning of divorce prp- Shaw first husband) the single allegation' on which -Mrs. Shaw proceeded' was desertion. It remained the only "con- tention until after a conference Mn- New York between the legal repre- sentatives'of each family. Then.the divorce was sought on. statutory grounds, and-Shaw went to Europe to make things easy." Knows Nothing of Public Life- Bottomley challenges ..Lady to eiplain why she u.u 'not fake iteps at time to contradict this "foul calumny." revives the accusation that she la posing in England as an ei-wldbw- though her flrtt husband is' living in the United Stales. "Theri it many an honest-wlfefiri country who la denied the privi- lege of 'remarriage to a millionaire1 and who wonld gladly regard hertelf as a widow in the eyes of the law it she.could claim the right to snatch the happiness hitherto denied :.her, by remarrying again." Bottomtey avert the majority .'-'of the members of the house of, com-1 mosi agree with him; that "Lady Astqr is 'profoundly ignorant of the principles of public life and thai" what might bo good enough in the United States' bouse ot representa- tives is. not good enough in the Brit- ish house of Standard. v 0 water, washing ilrbroBhefl, gtanware and cleaning v Chloride of for bathroom and dak. enamel paint and nickel Unseed woodwork, po- IlihSng- iron cloth at oncei to prevent spontaneous com- bustion. iniog enameled tubs and bowls. waxed fioors. Wachlng Cleaning drains, traps, toilets, refrigerators, and rough and painted surfaces. brass and Since ft primary object of the com- munity canning kitchen Is 16 secure the best the lime, effort, and capital invested, the use of mod- ern labor-saving .equipment, thorough- ly adequate for tie kind and rolurao of work to be done; wilt urovo econo- mical in the end. OUR FA BERRY SHORTCAKE 0 To two .Ifghtly-beateii eggs adds a quarter cnp sugary" a cup of sweet a pinch of. salt, tablcspnontul melted butter, find: sift Into this ono cup flour, and heaping leaspoonful ol taking powder, :Beal well, bake In long tin; cut in two, pul on lower half thick filling of red-ripe strawberries, well''sweetened, cover with the other layijr, as 'a ilnish spread cream (If deslr and decoratedjwith the meet ias- cious of-the whole. pjd-Fashlone'd Shortcake .M.ake a "rich b'iscujt dough as fo! lows: Sift two. heajitng teaspoons ol baking' powder a' large cup ol flour, add pinch bfT.kalt; half cup but ter substitute, abd'''ma.ke'into dough dough, put lower your, tin NOLI8H WOMEN BETTING MAD of tho London ripapera lament that English wo- i and girls have gone "bettln? and that it Is a common thing or girls In offices, on the stage, mar- led oven school girls to ay .wagers, varying from Mi pence a poiind. 'Why shouldn't we one retty office girl aoked. "Now Iho ir Is over we must have some trraless eicltcment mustn't "Some of us bet oh tennis and golf, n engagements" to n what word people will open ecu- arsation with." A business man complained hii of. ce girls "chatter more aboat their than their work" and another da- ared his cook seemed "more, concern- id about odds than ovens." has even Incited my wife to making he added. alenled daughter, whose gay and blt- "ig eloquence took Paisley by nd contributed ao much toward Benching the sea.t from the Coali- op, appears to have inherited the iarp tongue which made her mother famous. Recently, Mr. loyd George, replying to a speech y Mr. Asqulth, said that he latter ontrfbnted nothing _ bat "words, and that "yog rnnW ot. feed starving' Europe out ot a Here, ia Lady Bonham artels reply "Words, words, says Mr. Joyd George. It ungrateful of him o turn cs words whlri have served Im so well. On what else has he JJv- on what else hag he fed coun- j-y thess yean Where la the Riser's head? are the in- eranlties? are the homes for eroes? Where are tie fallljig prices? Is his Ljberallra! Where la lie now" world 1 Words, words, "You cannot feed Europe out ot a True, bnt a dictionary la ery, useful for people yha hare for- otten the meaning of words. Let Mr. sticking, and put on upper layer. Bake a brown. Haws ripo to sllcw juice sugared. Part o withoul 6errlcs, replace upper lave bvcnSor.a w.-J mlnutos Cut 'serve- immciliiiteiy. .HOUSEHOLD HINTS Borax of ammonia can be used to soften hard, water for bathing. Discarded" hotIwater bottles shoulu be. cat up for sink mats. Odd bits 'of ftrmented fruit Juices ran be put Into the Vinegar jug. Boll clothspln.s once a mqnth anrf dry thoroughly.' they ;wlll last longer. Keep all scraps of Bilk or velvet for patchwork couch covers, shopping or Fork bags. A .delicious dessert Is made by adding whipped cream to any fruit- whip and freezing like an 'FOOD CAKE CoiUrd: cake chocolate. 1 cnp brown sugar, 1 egg yolk. t y cap milk. 1 teaspoonful vanilla, v, Cake: 1 brown 1 cop butter. 2 r, cup milk, 2 Sour. "n 1 teaipoontol soda. Dissolve soda hi i water; cream butler and ngar; add beiten egg yolk) and a1- tsmaWly .milk and floor; beat In the Cditard which hai been boiled In dou- ble boner until fold In beaten whites ot eggi and add cake in three layers, using a "i -i I ENGAGEMENTS f. Cr. and Mrs. Henry Van Dyke, o Avaldn, Princeton, NJ., announce th Engagement or their' daughter, Mis Paula van Dyke to Henry Chapln, so of'-'Mr.'and "Mrs. William Chapln, o Sprtnglield, Mass. Van Dykn, he father? is well knoWn in Canada an a writer, preacher a'rid prc fesspr jbf English llteralure. In 101 received the medal-'p't the Legion o Honor'-, in recognition'of his literal Rich Fruit Desserts 'y For a Trifle t i ;A ptelfatte of Ji6fy-Jell serves six people m'moU form, or twelve if you whip the jell. It is a real-fruit Eich package contains a wcillh'.qf fruit-juice essence, con- dcnscdVjid staled, in glass. Ko.'artificiAl .'flavor is used in No sifchirme is used. Every ;houstwife 'Trhd..pnce tries-it will always. rnaVe'-'suf.c to get it For this .is'.'lhc onlytguick gelatine dtsscrV'ivliicn has .these bottled fruit flavors.- pf ten try.; it... In Jiffy-j elt you'ge.f tlie "delicious fruity flavor and the iiselt. RrQT OEiOl ArMrtUasoM'airris'ctgsms; be can be as .vigorous and healthy at .70 as at 35.if he aids his organs in perfonning theif futictions. four vitaJ organs healthy with COLD MEDAL IKE MOTHER. LIKE DAUGHTER Lady Bonham Carter. Mr. world'i sttnAiri remedy for bladder eric idd corrects disorders; orgint. draggiits, 5Oc, a box. lit MM ud aetnl imiutiea The Store of Quality Groceries 2 Ibs. Roger's Syrup w... 42c 5 Ibs. Roger's Syrup 95c 10 Ibs. Roger's 20 Ibs. Roger's Syrup .2 Ibs. Edwardsburg Crown 5 Ibs. Edwardsburg Crown .....U.-.x.v..- 75e 10 Ibs. Edwardsburg Crown -2 Ibe. Lily White Syrup.. 3fc 6 Ibs. Lily White Syrup 10 Ibs. Lily White Syrup FRESH FRUIT AND yEGETABLES DAILY Phone 313 and 1513. Tbe fira f or imiee. Lloyd George take up a dictionary and look out the words peace, mercy, re- conciliation, brotherhood. will be useful to him when he really a start on the new world. MOMSV GOING A 'BEGGING Mr. J. H. ThooaB.-M.P. recently re- fused a cheque for which was banded-to him at a meeting'In Dublin, in acknowledgment ot his services to rallwaymen. His sugges- tion on handing back the cheque, waa that the money should he used to found a club' tor the' Irish railway H 'happens (hut much larger sums ot money than this actually go begging for. a.n _offn.er, A rich manufacturer, in France lold the French government that he owed to it the sum of, due as taxa- tion on profits. In France, how- ever, it appears thai there, ia no official appointed to' verify, such state- ments, therefore, refused to accept-the money. Alter continual efforts to hand the money over, the manufac- turer gave up trying and bought War bonds with it. Instead, therefore, paying interest ou money which he owed, the.manufacturer has really boen receiving interest. the Beauty of The Lily can be youn. Its, wonderfully "pore, soft, pearly white ap- pearance, free from all blemishes; will be com- parable to the perfect beauty of your skfai compluionlfyotiwin Q ou raud's Oriental Cream Do not anffrr ftnotTierdaywIUi Itching, Ing, or naunt. Ing Piles. ND 9urgiCAl oper- ation renulrcd. Ointment Kill AC otict) lutliif! binelit. n hoi; ml A irrentlon this ilirnr-------' 117 1 I? 1 C? 1 Week-Lnd Specials This is the season of the year when we like to clean, qfjt stock-at greatly re- duced prices. It has'several we do not'want to carry over any' of this season's goods into the. next; 2nd, it gives us cash for the incoming season's goods. Then it is beneficial to. our.customers, goods are. high; and a little easement now of the price is 1 CHILDREN'S DRESSES A huge nsBortment of dainty tub dresses for the llttlo ladles from 2 years to H years. Thn styles were never belter'and the materials are those- dependable wash fabrics that will alwnyo keep a good color. There are plain ajiaues or combinations of colors that always look well. Well made and neatly trimmed with uut- lons nnrt contrasting materials. Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Regular Sale Regular Sale .v-.'.. Regular Sale Regular Sale S2.4Q GINGHAMS A final clearance to our good quality Scotch ginghams. All fast colors and attractive designs. Kcgnlar Gflc value. Week End Special LADIES' CORSETS About 200 pair.high class luuois in goort of material and good range of smaller sizes from ID to 25. Worth pair. PA Week KnJ Sneclal, pair MEN'S LISLE SOX Men's Vine While Lisle Finished Cotton These aro all wo have left of good selling qual- ity BOX. Wo do not Intenrl to handle men's fur- nishing for lack of rooiri. Regular lortay. Week End 'Wc'-BlllI -have la good of pure silk- rhp.hufactiircr'B but .the niijiilly Is juEt.tho Bamc as you pay 26 pair for and they'will bo higher Just a little later, pft ml. Special, yalr DRESS LINEN .Pure linen in and broyn .'96 ;i.nchea wide at .the price of cotton, suiiablo Bulls, children's summer coats.ani -Week End Special, 1-ftA yard i. V. ItUU .77; -COTTON HOSE 200'parrof ladies' cotton IIORC in brown, and black. Some are samples; others aro seconds, Easily- worth donbte the Week or Knd Special, pair LADIES' AND CHORES MIDDY WAISTS Right now, jusl when Ihey are wanted the 'most, cornea this Wg special in inldd'y watkls. True, there aro not so many as a few wceki agrj, but the prices are down anj there la still a pleasing assortment of styles to sMccl from. RegularS2.25.Sale -Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale................: .YLAND COMPANY- ;