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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920 THE LETHBHTOGE DAM HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN Daily Fashion By Gertrude' Derosfonl deleiat'es'trora MedlcliB. Hat to the Macleod districts The convention was one- of great In- eplrayoa and much good expected thp'work accpmpHshed. Re- orts Vc I mony at the New York Schoo! of Music and Arts, under such teachers as Arthur Priedheim. one of the world's greatest pianists aad recog- nized as the greatest Interpreter of Liszt, and with Jlalfe Leech Sterner, celebrated voiSs teacher. Mrs. J. Rus- sell Kennedy and Miss Viva Elton will go with Mr. Coombs and take teachers' courses under these masters at the 4 4 Mrs. S. Robsoa will not receive to morrow nor again thte season. i Mrs. Charles' McClonaghan Is l Edmonton attending the mectini; ci the Grand Cluster of tho O. E. S. Bessie PorWeus, of Garneau, who i'i Arts from thu University; has been taken! i-n rlic stsfHof the Wostnihis'o.- Lad- les'. College for' the suiunivr term as le-iL-tev of French, L-'i'In and llislory. r Mcndauws Walsh auit Coopur, of above-named school. Mr. will reopen hi? studios for trie fall term at the usual time. 4 were visitors in tho city Icrday.' Mrs. Thomas Lons an'l iittlo Jlarlpn; are in Cslgary. 't ANNOUNCEMENT o- Mr. and Mrs. James Munro of this city announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, lEabelle, to- Mr. William Thompson of this city (for- merly of tho wedding to take place on Thursday, June 19th. r Miss Gladys natemau Md Miss Bcs- j The engagement- is- announced Young, ot Calgarj-, t'rais'we'fb' week-end visitors I" [Maurice Rookwood, of the University Ecwville. Mr. .jf. Cottam has returned from Friends be pleased to hear of his continued progress in of Alberta, Edmontoa. The wedding will take place in June. ouraging: Speakers' at the morning nd afternoon sessions Included Mre. Gardiner of Macleod, Miss Carson t Medicine Hat, Mrs. Mcllvena, Leth- ridge; Mrs. Dunaworth, Lethbridge; ilrs; Worth. Medicine Hat; Sire. W. L. anllton, Letbbrtdge. Each worker ad a message tor her co-workers and iuch good was felt as a result of tha ess Ions. Following the business session ol .e afternoon a banquet was tendered ie delegates and members. of tho ocal unions. The tables were prettily laid.. Mrs. Mclivena, as chairman, was most pleasing and called on several adtes present to speak. Mrs. Hamilton urged greater unity ,nd co-operation In the accomplish nent of moral Idealism and the push ng forward ot stronger and better im t for tbe spiritual welfare of the city. She urged that members ot the SOCIAL Mrs. Lobb and- family have left for 4, Vancouve'r where they wlllvlsit Sirs. Lobb's sister for some time. Jung Is the month of rose-strewn Mr ariaYMrs.-IPaul Irwln, of Bow- vlllc, wnoAvere' tho week-end guestrs of Mrs. Ifwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. retumol home. Miss Jfiryirffi'khani, ot Calgary, was r guest 'a Dorothy. Cavendish's Mr. aai Mrs, Harry Hudson were rteitora Purple -Springs on Mon- day. J Miss In com- pany with ''Mr. -Mrs; A. Ross for Salt Hatch bo abBegt'Jrpm the city for about friendii'ot Mrs. wal I pathways, BO It'is quite.in-order that Iho Major Jack O. D. E., should decide to held a rose dance this month. Tomorrow night the Ma- sonic hall will be transformed Into a, bower of gleaming beauty. Rose-shad- ed of their foliage will bo. profusely used In the transformation! Tha committee in charge report a gpod ticket salS and wish to alVthat tho dance will be one of excellency The Cannoneers' Jazz Orchestra have prepared a dandy dance program for rendition. There seems to be no limit imagination of tho designer whe planning sports clothes. All kinds o unusual combinations are the fabrics. Decorations that fo long were accepted as correct on ftp parel for very, different'occaslons reign la the realm of sports 'attire decidedly' novel Dlonse'.Vtba seems closely akin to Ihe'.swealeT i made ot while The broad border, crocheted .from heavy, jvoo which is also used effectively ;as finish about tie V-shaped ing. The .with wool and tho string belt Is also fruit.of the crochet hook.." The plea ed skirt of black satin is in white silk, but despite the appar- read and fonnd most were heartily applfuded for their! ntc-estbg and Inspiring remarks In connccUoa with, the work ol the W. T, U Mre. Davis also spoke 'err pleas- ingly ot the work ot the W. 0. T. U. and 'f urged mothers to realize the perils (or their daughters and sons ot present day existence and the advisability ot informing tkem ot tho besetting dangers. Ignorance la responsible for wrong acts, and mo I hers must be courageous sad In- struct their; children. The election of ofiwrs for the en- suing year remlted as follows: Brown, Macleod. Vlce-Fresident Mrs. Hamilton, JLethbridge. Cor, Porter, Medicine Hat. RSC. Bow Island." V In'the evening, Mr. HMI: Hull, sec- retary of the SoclarService League, gave an address- em- phasizlnjr the need for a united front against liquor Interests and sympathiz- ers; urged the cooperation of all nntl- liqnor sodeltcs, and laid stress on the W. C. T- M. continue their endeavors need for toe personal touch In the and unafraid 'and: coming campaign, and urged every omphasized theimportance of opposl- earnest worker to get out and work Ion as an urging power for ths :at- alnment of their desires. In conclu- sion she- extended the wish to the visitors that their visit in Lethbrldge might be enjoyable and profitable and that the "meeting might be coe of great moral and spiritual uplift. Miss Lewis, of tho Children's Shel- ter, spoke of'the home and the corn- Tor Is of her-work as well as the per- pleillles.' SbD stated that at present she has a little lad of two years who Is awaiting the extended welcome of a hQnie .ami .mother, and hopes that somebhiei.whO'lpngi; tor the low, ot a really child .will forward 'and give this llllle lad a; home. If possible, she to haVe him placed by June 30th.' Miss Catneron.of the Travellers'.. Aid reported on her work In a man- ner .most interesting and instructive. That Miss Cannron-is doing a great work here Is well known among those who keep ju touch with the scope.ot her actlvitieV. j Mrs. behalf ot the United' Church W. M. S.; Mrs. Arnold, on be- half'of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mary's church, and Mrs. Hodglns, on hehalt-of tho United church, extended pleasing greetings to all present and The Store of Quality Groceries ent' incongruity of the fabrics trimmings, i stunning outfits-Is Miss Isahelle Munrp, bride-elect, was achieved. the recipient ot many beautiful gifts last evening when members of Ihe-Re- bekah Lodge gathered at and "showered" her. Games .and Columbia BREAKFAST CEREALS Puffed Wheat, Quaker, per packet, 2 for 35c Cream of Wheat, per packet 30c Krinlde Corn 5 packets i.. 55c SSawHwl Wbtat Biscuits, per packet ._......_ lie VINEGAR IN BOTTLES BlackweU's, large me betflw, each.. 45c Crowe small size bottles, each.. 25c Holbrook'c Malt Vinegar, per bottles.... 25c, 45c COFFEE IN TDfS TEA Hudson's Bay Black Tea, in 1 Ib. packet 65e, 75c Salacta, Braid's, Red Rose and Upton's, in 1 Ib. packets .....-.-_.. 75c PHONES 313 and 1513 The Firm for Service musical numbers were en joyed -.arid dainty refreshments served. e Mr. and Mrs. UMcklfa. a large-number of their will one mi 2loss benefit her; 1th. Miss ieft on .the after- noon the east en riuto fqt'heF.ihphi-s-.In'-England. A _ large nSnibe.r of: friends met at the j iJanqo. in Harper's hall depot 'tp'.-wfsh 'her''good-bye, among The .orchestra whom ot "the Knox church choir, with .whom she has been associated for several years. The choir presented her with an elegant silk umbrq'la.with dle suitably engraved Mr. Leo' M.' Coombs'Js'lea'ving'the' city for a few weeks' sta> in Netf Tork "City where ho will talce a post-grad nate course in Voice, Piano, and HOT unique program. ...Mr. -J..H. Left an- nounced the dances, while Mr. Moore presided over tho punch arbor. Deli- cious refreshments were midnight, dancing until' a The members of the Ail alt. Bible class of the Christian church.spent: a Tory pleasant evening at the boiue of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Kessler on 'Mon- day, May 31st, In celebration pfviirs. Kessler's birthday. Over thirty mem- bers ot the clasa and friends', were present to enjoy the games arid; musi- cal numbers: .Following the'.serving of .dainty refreshments, Mr. of on; their Don't Trust to When ordering Tea, but insist on getting the reliable-__ of- tha' class-tor many-happy returns. Mrs. Kessler was also the recipient of individual gilts. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORS! HULL BLOCK 7TH FLOOR PHONE 1710 Shampooing, Switches Made to Order, Hair Dressing, Manicuring, Medical Facial Mauage. Established Over Seven f of any iruirkef The Tea That Never Disappoints Black, Green or Mixed Sealed Packets Only. Do You Appreciate A Nicely Prepared Lunch so, yon will enjoy (bo palatable lunch- eons we ssrre. Men and women who don't care for heavy food at noon or In the CTen- Ing and who want a luncli, will delight in tho dainty sandwiches, trulls, ealarls, and pastries which wa always have ready to serve. Many persons oicrf day enjoy our tempting dishes. Wo sorts a coinplt-to lunch arid dinner menu, and still desire tho patronage Of those who prefer quality and tho surroundlngo -that onhatice one's cnjoymtnt when eating. A Hght lunch or a hearty m car cos Is rin moro hero than is asked lor Inferior service. Tho substantial, well prepared meal and the daintiness ot the servico will appeal. Always Be Pleased You Bring Your Friends Here Kirkby's 606 Third Avonuo South Food.Board Ucenss No. 523SS At the bride's parents yesterday at Jessie McDonald, of, this, city, lu marriage Henry, Muir, :A. .H. Demxm offi- ciating. Tho atieiidantsiwero Miss Hazel Keith, of Cardston, andrMr. Ar- thur McDonald. Mr.'and Mrs'.fllulr left on tile: after- noon train for Edmonton where they will take-up-residence. A wedding: of. interest to. a wide circle of friends took place on Jlonday j evening at thV home '.of the "bride's i parents, Mr. A. Beck, Colc-j man, when their, daughter, Elsie, was; united in marriage to Mr. Norman E. i MacAuley, of .Calgary., 'The .happy j couple left for the' coast on an extend- ed honeymoon trip. CHURCHES ANtJ, SOCIETIES fr ff ffiff Will all the fnem'jers of St. Augiis- tin's church choir take notice that tho practice held on' Thursday Instead of. Friday and that all members are especially asked to attend. After ihb.practlco a short so- cial will be held at the rectory) com- plimentary to Mrs. H.rHi Johnson, who is leaving on her holidays, for Eng- V will be a regular meeting of tho Auxiliary Ji. C, A. held on I'rldayrat 3 D.in. In tho Y. M. C.'A. auditorium. AH'fritdrcsleil 111 .tho activities ot jhis society are urged tb. bo present as very Important discussions arc to lake place. 9 -The regular monthly mooting of tho Baptist Women's Mission Circle- will Try spme foday. be held tomorrow afternoon o'clock In I he church. .at 3 The Ladles'Aid of Knot church will holt! thelr.regtitar monthly meeting to- morrow (Thursday) afternoon nt 3.00 In tho school room of the church. _'. There willts n celebration of Holy Communion al'S o'clockrSuri'day morn- Ing .at St. Mary's ohtircIC r L Tho Bishop ol Calgary will he (n Iho city over tho week-end, the guest of Rev. O. M. and Mrs. Barrow. Sun- day morning he will Induct the'1 Rev. Kipper Into the rectory of St. Mnry'j clrarch, and In lliO evening will bo at St. Augustln's church for. Confirma- tion. t Tho Southern Alberla DlstrfeJ W. C. T. V- held their Annual con- vention on Tuesday in the church haH, wish The Alberta Picture Gallery PHONE 1724 THE MOST UP-TO-DATE Picture Framing 5 Store IN THE WEST A Fine Selection o{ Art Pictures. 300 Samples of up to date MOULDINGS Leave your order for ENLARGEMENTS AND CONVEX GLASS AND FRAMES A good line of Theatrical and Masquerade Costumes DOLL HOSPITAL Hull Block, Lethbridge 507 9ih WHEN MOTHER BAKED HER OWN BREAD about (ho only Joy she sol put oC tho operation was tho relish with which Iho family consumed it Broad 8s zood as QUAKER BREAD relieves her of all the work, tho standing over tlio hot slove, wearisome kneading and mixing ami she derived tho same benefit of farn'ly approval It Is aa good as mother makes, qulto as good and nourishing, THE FAMILY WILL PLEASED WITH QUAKER BREAD I-'roio first crust lo the lait cnut It will be enjoyed. It's real, wholesome purity will afford body build- Ing Its good flavor will delight willl any "Spread" It's Oie brtod 'i'cu'll want at year table. THE QUALITY IS ALWAYS IN QUAKER has tlic quality that pleases, the bread baker at liomc, tho raan who is parlkular and .ttlo small loy wlUi the big appetite. Is tho tho best bakers, using tho greatest pains and best materials. JOHN GILMORE LIMITED BAKERS ;