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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .4..1CT20. J tmrniiut1, PAGE THIRTEEN ft ft PERSONAL1 Q 0 Miss Bruce, of Commerce, spent yesterday In the city, the guest of Miss I f_. ,f ,j Edith Boles. I f '.Mr. Bstts, ot Grassy a'visit- or in the city. 1 At Edmonton Mrs. Brandow will alto attend the provincial W. M. S. ventlon. Sir. Davis, ot Raymond, IE a visitor in the city. ff SOCIAL A took place at Calgary on June 2nd, to Miss Edith Odessa Shlppe, o! the Ualt hospital blaff or Leitbridge, tho Rev. Sykes, o( Centra! Methodist church, officiating. The party are going to Epond a tow days at Banff and then re- turning to Lethbridge for a day or two prior to leaving for the east. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lackenbauer, parents of tho 'groom, are accompanying them east where they intend to mako'thelr future home. J OORE AM PBE LL At tho home of Ihe'brldo's parenls, on Wednesday evening, Rev. A. H. De- coon united In ttiarrlage Miss Helen (Nellie) Campbell, of this city, aud Mr. Miss Ictt'thls evening j Tho rose dance given last night lu for Foremost. on a two-weeks' vaca- the Masonic hajl, under the auspices lion. i of the Major Jack lloss Chapter, I. O. J-D. The .hall Mrs Dobbs and family and Mr. and was most elaborately anil artistically Green and family are leaving decorated, a canopy of pink streamers Kbortly on an .extended trip to Eng- land and Ireland. They will return Mayor Laydeu of Grariuin Is a or, in tho V llr. Coombs, of Magratb, ivas a ousi- nejs visitor In tho city yesterday. Rev. K. J. Hodglus and Mr. Gordon' lloss left on Wednesday for Edmonton where they will attend tbo Methodist annual conference. and garlands of roses producing a pleasing' effect. Large palms were ar- ranged on the orchestra pi ai form.1 The; general arrangements together with' the attention- paid by the committee to all details contributed largely to the comfort 'and enjoyment of the guests. WEDDINGS SIMM At the'; Baptist parsonage, 1203 4tn Ave. S., Lcthbridgc, ah Simm, of LcthbrldEe, were united marriage, In tho presence cf most nlimato frlonds ot Ihe--young couple. Ir. and Mrs: McCullough left on the afternoon train for Calgary where John Jooreas. of Medicine Hat: Nettie 'Campbell attended the bride, vfhlie the groom- was supported hy -brother- -of th> Mr. ijnd.Mrs.' Jooreas left for thelr new honje in Hat sh'ortl> after' tho c'erembnv; B URF.I LI) A quiet weddiug.was solemnized on Juae "nd. at tho Bapti? parsonage, 1203 4Ui Ave. S., Leth bridge, by P.ev. F. W. Dafoe, when Mr. Charles Watmough. of Lelhbridce and Miss Mary Agnes Burrill, of Many berries, Alta.. were united in marrkiga in tho presence of a number of friends of the tride and groom. The youog people will reside on thfi fann of SVatmough, west o! Ihe city. i- CHURCHES 'AND SOCIETIES fhe scholars of Mrs. Faulkner's sec- tion of tho Primary Division of the First Baptist church Sunday school are requested to meet at -2. p.m. to- morrow (Saturday) at the church. Himlln'sWiurd Rfllablt, Antiseptic -During influenza epidemics the nose and throat several times day with one part Wizard Oil and two parts wiler, using an atomizer. If you haven't an atomizer, gargle the throat.ani snuff the mixture up the nose. This treatment sels up an Vnliscptic wall of- defense against "Flu" germs. 'Chest colds and Itid to grip. Stop them at once with Winrd Oil before they can develop into dangerous influenza.' '.Get it from druggists for Me. H not satisfied, return the bottl? tnd get your. jnoney back. Ever constipated or have sick Iry Wizard Liver Whipj, pleasant little pink pills, 30e at .gists. Guaranteed. SATURDAY SPECIALS t lb. feanut Butter tor' 3 Ibs. Peanut Butter for................. 1 Ib. Peanut Brittle for................... 1 lb. Salted'1 Peanuts 'For............'....... 1 lb. Plantation. Kisses for 1 lb. Chocolate Kisses ;i lb. Old Country Pepper- 1 Ib. Beat Chocolatos Try ono of our Hoot 'Beer Ice Cream Sodas Olaas Root Beer for.................. Boltlo Coca Cola, tor 35c 1.00 .25c 25c 40c 50c 60c lOc 05c 05c KEITH'S 608 THIRD AVENUE YACHT ELIMINATIONS R. I.. June new bridges on1 Vanitie's main boom and new jaws on Resolute's gaff, the two aspirants for America's cup de- fense hoisted sail today.for second of the elimination races oif this port. Today's race Is over a 30-mile tri- angle. CURR1E HONORED BY TORONTO "U" TORONTO. Nine honorary degrees for doctors ot law- rnied by the University of Toronto lit night at a special convocation. Among the recipients were Gen'. Sir Arthur Currie. C. 51. G.. K. C. B., who was honored ag the principal of Mc- Gill University. Montreal, and also as the greatest soldier, and GOVERNOR RAISES PAY OF POLICE. SO MANX LEGISLATORS STRIKE Sir Charles Townshend, K. the hero of Kut-et-Amara; who wae honor: ed as a soldier typical ot the highest traditions ot the British array. hoy will reside. SHI PPB Mr. and Mrs. J. Lackenbauer, of wish to announce the mar- riage of their son, Erwin Henry, which RHUBARB IS A RECOGNIZED BEAUTIFIER Fraser, Ave. Man Says Ke Never Saw AnyJWng Like the'Way He Improved. "I never saw anything to equal the way Tanlac has so quickly and so thoroughly built me up, and I beliove' fee It would for ine .to feel any: better than I iK> said J. E.1 Brooks, 3516 Fraser avenue, Vancouv- er, B! C., an employes of the Point Grey Municipality, a suburb of. couver. A short while agtf I commenced down hill very fast and' my stomach hecaino so badly upfiet I could not eat a single thing without suffer- ing from it afterwards. My appetite was so poor L just had to force down every mouthful I: ate, and even the smell of food nauseated me. After every meal I would bloat up with gas, and there would he a heavy feel- ing like lead and intense cramping pains in (he pit of my stomach. There was always a bitter tasto in my mouth, and I suffered from heartburn so much I nearly My head ached'so had all the time it almost mado me desperate, and Oiearo was al- ways such severe, pains In tho small of my hack I could hardly bend over. It 'Wivs Impossible for mo to get a. good night' sleep, and I always got up feel- Ing simply horrible. In fact, I was Just Very 'few women realize lhat the humble rhubarb Is the greatest friend to female beauty that has ever been discovered, .or that its use Is iufinU> ly greater than any- number of Eo-cal led complexion creams or expensively concocted "washes'1 for the, skia. Old-time beauties understood the in estimable properties of rhubarb. The) knew nothing of the modern astring ent lotions 'or the stetm-bath fad for the complexion, but, very sensibly they- Irled instead a course of rhubarb for the evils of the .relaxed skini For they were acquainted with its almost'miraculous action in lighten ing open pores. And'pores that have been ruined by the .use of powder am BO. have lost their elasticity, aro only unsightly in themselves, but aro the sole cause of the obnoxious black head, or speck of dirt'embedded in the epidermis. Our; grandmother claimed, too, and proved that the us of rhubarb-brightened the eyes banished Ibe tired lines ness" which form such powerfull destructive agents to youth and beau A blotchy complexion unknow lo the devotee of rhubarb, and sh also claimed exemption from rheuma tic complaints 'In general. These wise todies not only ato barb in its accustomed form of pui dings and pies. They also drank it i various forms, the roost delicious o which was known as rhubarb she bet. The secret of this delicious drin was brought-from the East, wher one moots it In every bazaar. It Is made as follows: -Boll elgh sticks of peeled rhauharb In a qua bt water for about 10 -minutes, th liquor to he then strainc nto a jug containing the peel of on emon cut or grated very finely, wi) table spoonfuls of castor suga The decoction should be allowed six hours before being drun t is perhaps holler for not being e ervescent, and certainly more accept In a bad fix' generally, nnd felt EO tired, worn out and depreesed all the time I had to force- myself to got r.round. "it was almost no time after I start- ed taking .Tanlac before I began to feel better, ami my Improvement has been so fast, that now, after taking or.ly four bottles, I am a well man, [have gained nine pounds in weight, have a fine eat anything I without having