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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE: IS, ,1020........ THE I ETHHRinGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI PERSONAL i Mr. and Mrs. li. S. Brown returned homo yesterday from Calgary where they attended tho HasleU-Browa wed- ding. Mrs., Molsner, two daughters and granddaughter, are visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Audrey- N'eldij on their way homo to Winnipeg, alter wintering in California. The family resided here about 110 years ago. tilr. Meisner al iho time worked for the Northwest Jobbing company. .'.Mr. and Mrs. T. Winton left yes terday for Manitoba where they wli; visit frl.rads during tho next fortnight R. Bpllstead is at preseut.'holldaying In Banff. Miss Helena'Simpson, wvio has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Southard. Calgary, lor the jiast two weeks, -re- turned home yesterday. r x Mrs, D. Snider -Is ill Calgary at- lending the Baptist convention. and Mrs. J. W. Currie of Ed- monton, who, visited Lothbrldge dar- ing a motor trip to the southern part of the province, have reached home. at the Nursing "Mission on Monday afternoon at }.30 o'clock, and assist n making curtains for ihe Y. Those attending are asked lo bring needles and thimbles. Don't forget the lea and pantry sale to be given by the Sr. DIv. No. 1 Coy Girl Guides' Saturday afternoon In SI Augustin's parish hall. lu addition to those mentioned H last Sight's Herald who kindly hclpec with tbe musical program of the Gir Guides' garden fete were Mrs. Laylon Miss Murdock, Miss Crawford end Huff. The committee wish to thank everyone who so ,geaarously t.ontribuled to.the success, ot the even- ing; Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresforil WEDDINCS ff o i Tomorrow afternoon from 6, p.m. the Mnjor Jack Boss Chapter, if 0. ike home of Mrs. G. I'1 Heath, 1502 Sizth avenue south A very pleasing -rnnslcar program has been arranged THO M PS S RO A prelly wedding place on Thursday at 2.30'j-p.m. atllhe home, of the" bride's pircnts, Mr! and Mrs. James Munro, 709 Seventh avenue south, when their second 'daughter. Isabelle, was united In mariraga to -Mr. William this Rev. A. H. Deuoon officiating. The.bride was given by ,bor; father, and was attended Wylle, who was blue suit and picture Jap 'weaving- a corsage bouquet ot OpSelia roses. Mr. Japics Munro, brother of the; bride, [Support- ed'tho groom.' very charming -in S clilc suit of navy gar- irdlneHopcning.'.'pv'e'r' ,a: blouse of row morning at aad those- going In the the. church at 3 p.m. Saturday..' Will 'all the girls, who are playing baseball for St..Mary's church meet .Mr. Wright outside 409 Nineteenth street north, on Saturday at 7 p.m. C> ff BAPTIST CONVENTION "That we appeal lo the women ot our churches and In our land to rise in their now strength and leave no stone unturned tOibanlsh intoxicating Minor from our land forever" was tho resolution passed at the women's session of the annual Baptist con- vention which opened Tuesday in the First Baptist church. Calgary. Tho morning session was tukeu up with reports from Ihe different com- mittees, all of which were most en- couraging. Mrs. 0. M. Statues presid cd over all'sessions. -Mrs. McToggart, in presenting the The Store of Quality Groceries ClaresholtnMan Tells of Condi- tions. Re- Sunburnt, hardened by exposure virSe aud active In.splte of fitly odd years; Major Schoof, of was R recent vtsllor to the city after being In Mexico, as war correspond- ent on Use' suit the late General Carranza. He left Claresholm In Sep- tember, 1915, and lectured In the var- ious schools colleges In the States in the direct route he was making for report of Ibc board of women's work, yeijco. said that the budget of was Major Scaoot has much of Interest it is expe.clcd tho function mil on the 4.35 train be well aliended. '-v- where v1 All ladies iuterosled in the "splendid work the Woprwn'svAuiuliars to .the Y.M.C.A. Is tloiiig are asked to meet hat and cor- bouquet- Inline- the. ceremony ;a d.e- ficious breakfast; .'rwa's'; i'njoyed, the table being ;decbrated.'wlth pale pink 'arid A GORGEOUS EVENING .At this time there is a lavish usa of lace, especially on the gowns for eve n'lng. In tbts" model it is very effect iyely united with white georgette wtilch forms the foundation of the gown. The square-cut decollctago ,1 fashioned from the. lace, and below the waist-line It falls it-graceful.cascade i Mrs.; for stiVcklelp'n, At 3.50 p'irii Wednesday Hie rriarri- age ceremonVsTyaslpyrformcd by Rpv, R.. C. HoriejVab IthOi. Calgary, j Constance Browi and-Mr. H. RanionvHa'slett. Th'o briSe who was yVryj 'attired -'in Dutch beaded, exceeded durlng'tho past year by more ban The budget for the new -car is J1S.300. The higher rale of exchange would make an even greater effort necessary, this year, she said. Miss Elliott, band superintendent, reported thai, six new Mission bands lad been formed. Mrs. Tail recording cecre- tary, em'ph'aSlsed.Ihe1 need of a field1 sccrctKrV, and closer union with tbe BUI) executive. Too treasurer's Report was most encouraging, showing ivtplal- of received which-exceeded th'e budget by nearly SSOO. The ino- llon to raise tho .'budget to J3.SOO for Ihia vcar was passed. Following the report'o'f Depar.tmcnt" a lengthy 'discussion tcok place on methods of making it appeal general congregation and sludy of missions. the evening session address- es were given by Hev. William Young- er and Rev. II. Dingham. The Wednesday afternoon session of the convention wn's'divided into two jarts lo demonstrate and discuss tho J.SjB.T. and C.G.I.T.. work with the leen.age boys and girls. Some forty women-'interested. in; the 'girls' work listened lo an address by Mrs. A. W by a talk on Iho C.G I.T. bow the pro to say in regard to conditions in Mex- ico. lie spoka of the various fights along th Ilio'Grande which are con- Un'wally faking place between the Tci- as Hangers, who patrol one' side of It, and tho Mexican troops who patrol Ihe other. Ho was with Carranza'e Briny from the' beginning of the year and, good vword. lo say ol linrXti'tho 'present tl'niet.satd lajor, proceedings are going on to parch- fof, and recover over. two raii- ioif'doil.arB placed In banks In 'jxas'- Carrftnza from plundering he customs' dues in Mexico and ata itvani to himself. ;Thpfo are tfonderfol possibilities in with rieh oil and sugar re- BWirces, which owing to the' unsettled RrRm'raecls.'th'orneed of the girl, given liy Later a demonslra lion was held followed by activities or eames led- by'-Miss, Betty girls' work secretary bEJhe'.-.V.W.C.A. panels. These are further beautified sprays of American Beauty roses, which diminish'In, size as thfey reach the points of the lace panels. A soft 'belt ot old blue satin lends .'a lovely touch of this dress. bridge, nieces of'lhe7hfidc, made preV ty little, flower girls'.dresscd in while and carried pink baskets of sweet pea's.-.'Mr.'.flVClWilsP1? supported the groom., T.he bride's vmotber was be- iq gfape'satln with bead trim'mingB. the signing of tSe fang "Because" accompanied by'.Mr. W. A MpnlEoinery, "organist the Pro Calhedral.'i-. After the, cercroony a dainty'wedding breakfast was served nl the bride's mother 'LaleK Mrs. Haslelt left oil1 campWBii ins.tdnt appeal train: for a. short edu..catIonaHsls> and 'ihroligh tho mountains and will be (it hoinp tb'lheir friends; after July 1 it '20 Argyiis Court. 4: NEXT? MOVE WE AIM AT PERFECTION IN AU. DETAILS, IN PRICE, QUALITY AND SERVICE; IF NOT ALREADY A CUSTOMER WE SOLICIT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLEASE YOU. St. Charles' Milk, family size tins, each 16c St. Charles' Milk, family size, per doz......... Honey, Small's in glass jars, each...........40c Welch's Pure Fruit .Plumlade, Peachlade in gkss jars, each .x-..- 40c Cloverdale Creamery Butter, per Ib. 65c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES RHUBARB, CABBAGE, TURNIPS, LETTOCE.i RADISHES, SPINACH, TOMATOES, CANTELOPES, PEACHES, PLUMS, STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES AND BANANAS. PHONES 313 and FIRM FOR SERVICE state ot the country aro all eolug to Majbr-Sclioof speaks highly ot the'new rijler of Mexico, who restore order and to put tb' th'e graft end cor- niplion Ibat has been prevailing. With Villa The recent one Is not the first ex- perience of Major Sehoof in -Mexico. He was wlUi the army' of General Vil- la and first to give to the American- presa ah account of the battle loat.took place, in which of Hucrta's army were driven into American: territory and were laken on to El Paso and kept by the Ameri- can government for five years. This was in 1914. He was also with Madero was that a number of Huerta'a army the mountain .sheep and other gwno leserted and slraggled into Villa's from the depredations of the Iildiaai. camp and. the rest when the attack N. Y. NBW YOUK, Jfuna ei- chance was steady In tone today. mtnd' f3.97Vi; cobles (3.9SU- Cana- dian dollars 87.65. started rushed OTCT the horder. Major Schoof'ls game guiniian n charge of the Llvirigstone Pass in ;he Ro'ckltfs, and has c'otae back lof his summer duties thers In safeguarding When you eat let it be the best; memorial when tie was fighting Diaz. Referring to Villa's tactics at the time part of Huerta's army was driven Into .lii'e States, Major Sehoof says