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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNK 11, 1020 THE LETHSinsnriE PAGE THIRTEEN Mr. and' Mrs. T. McCready and _ Daughters farallj- loft yesterday atternoon iarjMaiuH ui iiRin In Hou-manvlUe, Ontario, where they wIll'K. hall on Wednesday night (or a. de "-1-1 Ho tbo guests of Sir. MoCrcady's par- Mr. anu airs A. t. ui joth St. amiouiico the engagement stand, are yislting friends hUhe cil> Meta m route Calgary, of tyj Sehl is entertaining as her guest, Mrs. Cunningham, ot Uuelpb, Out., who la en route to her homo after spending the winter in talltomja. Mrfl. Cuanlnghani will re- main in -tee' c'.ly Tor two w.eclis.' Mrs. and daughter, ot Coaldaloj sp'jnl yesterday in the city. Mr. and .Mrs. A. K. Worts, of Bow 1 0! 51 rs. H., W. f of, Pinchcr Creek, who has been a the homo of Mr. and Mfs.-T. jb.'.Turpsr for tho past week, has; returned her home. j v _y. Mrs. W. M. Sabey, of MagratU. Ylsll- ed friends 'In''the city yesterday. Thomas S. Achcson, of Winnipeg, Is a visitor; in the city. ,Mr. T. O. Turner speul part of last 'week- In Vulcan. ,Mr. O'iKell, of Bow Island, was a visitor in too city yes'terJay. Miss Bllcen Clearj' left today for Itghtful social salhering, Cards am a musical program wero enjoyed, an dainty refreshments served. Mrs. Bin nine won first prize for the hlghes score card, while Mrs. Jones wa awarded tho consolation. ENGAGEMENTS Daily Fashion By Gertrude Bcresford Mr. and Mrs..J. R. Wellington. ,613 WEDDING'S Barons, where she will.- spend week-end with friends. The ilov. A. II. Dcnoon performed the ceremony on Monday, June 7th, uniting in marriage Miss Rebecca Eileen Weaber of this city to Mr. Hoy Kelsey ICemp. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp will reside in Lethbrldge. Miss Margaret Parker, tit'Maclcod and Mr. William Dobson, of Oranurn were married on Wednesday, June 2 at Christ church, Macleod. After th' the ceremony the young couple left fo. ;heir future home near Granum. .Mrs. Warner, of Warner, spent yes- terday in the city. c 'Mr. J. Harold Jackson, of 'Pincher Creek, who recently underwent a ss'rious operation In the Van Haarlem Jibspilcl for the removal of shrapnel from his" left side. Is reported as pro- gressing favorably. Mrs. McClelliD'J, ot Barons, was a guest In tno yesterday. A f if ty-three-y ear-old New York v.'oraan had a seventeen-year-old grand daughter act as her bridesmaid at her eecond ivedding recently. ff r-f ff CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -t- There .will be a meeting of th executive of the Municipal Chapter o Lethbridge held in the Y. M. C. tonight at 8 o'clock. Inability to secure men to care fo the grounds at Wcllesley College ha caused many of the girl undergra uates lliero to take up the duties c laborer, for which they an paid tho rate ol 30c an hour. JuneWeddings and Birthday Gifts Qur display window will tell you of many useful the right prices. Values, ranging torn Our Special for a- at C. B, BENDER JEWELER 331 FIFTH STREET of Marriage Witnesies Required. This Is Considerably Better Than for Corresponding Period Last Year. Tho financial statement ot the city for the month o[ April to hand shows a surplus in the stablc-s operating de- partment of bringing down the deficit to date J156.CJ. Tho city shop has a surplus cl tliU6, making tho surplus to date 5105.63. Tho electric department shows a surplus for the month of J1.106.M. J7.H6.49. the surplus to dato ts Car Service In the street car service there were sctual earnings These on the Ked line of were discounted by working a loss of LOVELY EVENING GOWN The backless evening gown' has been nuch talked of, but iu this creation on .will find pleasing interpretation f liie mode. velvety pelalleil owers are effectively draped from he shoulders to just below tho girdle f green-ribbon. The dress-is develop d in. a lovely shado of mauve satin A very airy-like result is achieved by bo boutfant overdraperies of mauve uile. These becomo shorter as they ipproach the sides, but manage t ncrease in bouffancy, Titiy wisps of ulle for sleder shoulder straps. In )Iace of the fashionable headdress are argc amethyst ear-drops. 5557.08, with a loss of from January 1st. On the liluo line the earnings were showing with woriing expenses a gain o! 5969.76, and a gain from Jan. 1st of The Whito line earnings for the month totalled which set against working expenses showed a gain of with, a gain as from Jan. 1st of J177.14. Gain' from special J31.55 with a gain ol J99.3S from Jan. 1st. The total gain tor the month In operat- ing was 1528.75, with a gain as from Jan. 1st o( Deficit on Gross Expenie Taking earnings and gross pcnses the following losses lor the month are shown: Hed Blue 5599.80; While special gain making a toial loss for the month of and from Jan. 1st While April showed a gain 111 op- erating there was a loss in the corresponding month 51.052.00. Jan. 1st of compares favor- ably with last year when tho pro'fit was KINbENBURQ DESERTS WIFE Nephew of German General Wai Mar- ried to a Kansas Woman UJAVENWORTH, Juno granting ot a divorce to Mrs. Emma Mao Newshafer [rom Charles Fred- erick Newshafer, whose right name was Paul Frederick von Hlndonburg, uephf w of 'Held Marshal von Hinden- butg ot the German Imperial .army, ended a ronuntle marriage here. Tho divorce was granted on the ground ol gross neglect and abandonment. Mrs. Newshafer told of her mar- riage lo von tiindeubarg, whcse truu identity was not known to her until September, 1917, and of their getting alpng fine together until October, 1919, when he kissed her good-by one mpruidg, as was his custom before starting to at the disciplinary barracks hospital at Fort Lcaveu- worth. She lias never Been or heard from him slbce. OXFORD COLTER WINS AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP LONDON', Juno of he abandonment ot the Spi ''confer- ence between representatives of the tilled governments and Germany is being discussed In European capitals. The success ot the Independent So ciallsts the Conservatives In the German elections leads to the belief u .-rantu ihat Germany Is less than, ever Inclined to carry out the treaty: This belief, vilth the prospect ot Gt- vonni GialltU. former Italian premier; forming a new ministry in that coun- try, is salj lo have moved Premier Mil It-rand of Franca to oppose any MU1RFIELD, June Cyril Tolley. of the Oiford University team, wen the Britfth amateur golt championship 'fr featlug A. Gardner, of Chicago, hy one hole. lha German Indemnity, gocb. aa might be expected to result from the Spa meeting. It Is recalled that Signer GIolllU opposed Italy's entrance into the-war, and, it Is said, his foreign policy Includes resumption of full lions with Germany. Premier Millerand is said to feel hn might hazard his own position It the SDH conference were held, and belief is expressed here that Sijrcor GiolllU further yielding on the question of I may decline to attend the meeting. Decision at the Calgary Grand Lodge Men Are Grand Officers. Coffee, Amber, 3 Ib. packets, ground or bean, per packet Health Bran, Tillsbn'si per packet i 17t Rice Flakes, Kellogg's, 2 packets for 25c Puffed Rice, Quaker, 2 packets for 35c Puffed Wheat, Quaker, per packet 15c packets for 35c Macaroni, Columbia Ready Cut, Long and Alphabets, 3 packets for Castile Soap, Vmoiia, per bar Castile Soap, Crest, 3 cakes for' FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES 35c 25c THE ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA c- Summer by summer, even during the war, which hit so severely every organization in 'Christendom, the iAl- pine club of Canada went steadily on its prescribed course of (caching Canadians to climb their own great glacier mountains, and to love them with the iovc born of closer intimacy. Its moving spirit throughout has been ;Mr. A. O. Wheeler, "Who Is, and has ever been, in a figure, ils right arm and necessary of life, like that fam- ous one who ministered to the gonlst In'Carlyle's classic. The camps, or training schools, are Jnpro desired than ever, there being no drawback to'attendance save that tangible one which is common .to the majority, namely tho enormously in- creased cost of everything touching transportation and upkeep.' coming summer the camp will be at Mount Assiniboiae, thirty- five miles by trail south ot Banff. It ig to be called the Welcome Home camp, and it is hoped tliat all mem- bers who lived to come back from the war will be able to attend. Mount Assiniboine, the Jlatterhorn of the Hocklcs, rises out of a massif, deeply covered with glaciers; and there He about Its baso thirteen lakes, Jargo and small. Three of them, says Dr. [xmgslaff, who. Is a world-wide climber, three of them havo settings quito as beautiful as Louise, indeed, one of the aesthetic assets oi' tho Canadian Rocky fountain sys- tem is the great number of its won- derfully beautiful lakes and tarns. Not a summer passes without dis- covery of some glacier region, often unsuspected. In the weeks following last summer's camp on Yolio Pass, two members, Mr. V. A. Fynn nnd J. W. A. llicksou, each with bis own expedition, climbed n tho Kananaskis country, south- west of Banff, through whose valleys nd over whose passes, Pailiscr nado his difficult passage sixty-two ears ago. Mr. Fynn made first ag- ents ot King George and other peaks the Royal group. Dr. llicksou onquercd Mount Sir Douglas (Hnig) nd other peaks smith. But the Can- clian Rocky Mouptalu system, north ,nd south, six miles from :ast lo west, and from tho boundary 0 the Arctic, can provide n virgin iiunmlt to climber for .two :cnluries to come. And mountain ilimbiug makes .for virility in mari- lood. It Is truly the and noblest of all Freo Tcss. Ice Cold Drinks Ice Cream Dishes for these Hot Days You'll consider it walking from the farthest corner of the city lor our HOME'MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY However, the Car Stops at Our Door. North Lethbridge Bakery 4CH THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Lelhbridgo will entertain im porlaot lodge conventions BOH year. They are tho Knights of Coluabus The operating profit from grand lodco of tie of Pythias hn been iu session in Calgary for ser- eral days and decided on Lclhbridge the next convention ceiurc. Dr. Thomson ivas present Uie month compares against southern Alberta men elected to prom- month last year. Tlic deficit on gross inent offices follow: Spinach, Rhubarb, Head liettuce, Leaf Ijeltucc, Dnipns, Carrots, Bananas, Oranges, Grape Fruit, Lemons, Aspor igus, Cabbage. expenses for Ibo period from Jan. 1st Grand Vice Chancellor; Sll.6Gl.25 compares with, a deficit ol W. I. Taylor, Letliiridge, Grand Pre- for the same period last late; Dr. Conybeare, Supreme Repre- sentative; Drs. Steele and Thomson, Grand Trustee's.......... THE FIRM FOR SERVICE 'HONES 313 and 1513 Alexandra Carlisle returned to the stage this week in New York, m a new Beacti Squad" to preserve decorum play by William Devereaux, among bath'ers. Women spies will spy i S ioi and Fred Tiden on the men bathers, and men spies Ivewis Waller arc in her suppori- spy on women batiersi The "Wonder Butter Mer- gcr" is a. real Atlast, the Butter Probletri has been solved. No more scarcity of some butter, so vital to growing childrea. actually. changes one one pound ot butter into two No more stinting your, table. AGITATE THE AGITATOR PUT IN I POUND OF BUTTER And tt dmple that cinld can operate it] No more eating substitutes. There .is "luck" about it. iy-iprice lias come to the rescue again. AND PRESTO! YOU HAVE 2 POUNDS ADDIPIHTOF SWEETMtLK Ard... produced a ,fc2St where famine threatened, in the "Wonder Butter Merger." CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY IS NOW READY FOR BUSINES! Tile Cliief Mountain Dairy Creamers Company Ltd.. Is now open for busl ness. Furnishings have liepn com pleteil and they will pnrchass a much ralik and cream as Ihcy can get. Th company now la capable ot niakin. trailer and ico cream and will com tncnco dfslriWIng these and milk, Th plant is sanitary and tho public is in Tiled lo inspect it. A twenty-ton re frigeration plant has been Installed. CIRCUS WAS TOO MUCH The excitement caused hy the cl cm. in the parade on 5th St., was ad ed to by a mix-up womo in a slapping contest, which brough them before Mngistrale IrrMn tit th city priltce court, on Friday momln through P. complaint made by ono o them. The aggressor was hound ovi to keep the peace until Iho cas which was adjourned, comes up aga1 on tho lith, No special 'trick." R worts every lime. It is so rccxessfal that we ordered for Lethbridge For Distribution as a Public Benefit A special representative, direct from trie factory, is in charge of the distribution ON SATURDAY, ON SECOND FLOOR, WILL MAKE TWO POUNDS OF DELICIOUS MERGED BUTTER FOR ABOUT THE PRICE OF ONE! He will use one pound of Creamery Butter (current Then he will add one pint of milk (nel weight one pound) 8r. Think of the saving! Total cost of two pounds 78c Morjr.xl Imlfcr is made in this machine in 2 minnlea. It becomes just as firm as ihn original and keeps wonderfully well, the Merger can also be used as an ICB CKEAM. FHEEZBH and cream whip. S ;