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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIFTEEN P I I I I \ I i Sonip. woninn am hard to tit in corsets; Homu just UiliiU tliey nro. Thero iiro oortiilii lypcs of flBuros. Iiow-ovnr, full bust aiiil HiimU hips, smiill bust nnd full hfjia, Hliorf. stout flKiinis, ot(tv h allQfnfJ find ruinta! paftr 1^ ImbroveJ throunb xUa wcuniiK of Modait I-'ront Laced Corsrts. Modnrt Cor�cU are poiv-JcaismJ. The conecl poiiCth'!y Bivetho fi^ur'^ al tJie tunc ihfy nre (ilied i� mBimsincd by the US'? of ihr liehl^tt of clork-sprinK boniniE v/hich yields yr.t rc�Uain� which doeg not bccimr "net" tliat la. It doce not mov pcnnantntly bent. Poiie-nriieninff, as il is fcnind in ihe Modarl alune, nivea you a tnrsH that Will btinR out all the graceful linm of Ktyle ari'l b^autv that ihc drAisnm of your gowns and nuit^ created m ihcni. Poioe-dedistninK. bv holdins th** bt)dy correctly, pivcn rnu a corset ihui ii Euprcmcly comfortable. The best etorea everywhere, for the fourlecntli ouccei!Iaid of France; Little grass-grows there today, Death has trodden it away in a fevered dance; And the Maid, from foot to head. Goes in gallant glowing red. -"Tho Bystander."  * *  ' > � � � > � > SOCIAL EVENTS � : ? : ? > ? : ? ? : BEGIN-NICE Yesterday, Juno 20, at St. Patrick's church. Mr. Adgutor Begin and Mrs. Julia Nice wore united iu marriage by Ilev, Father BIdou.   " BURDICK-GtriNN Last Friday ovonlng a very qjiilet but protty wedding was aolomnizod at the parsonage by Rev. H. L. Mc-TavlaU ot tho FlCt^ Ava. Methodist church, Modiidne Hut, when Miss Edith Guinn of Aldoraon. formerly ot Auburn, lud., became tho .wife of L. Pi Burdluk. also of Alddraon (formerly (it Lolhbridgo, Alta., and Texaa U.S.I Tho brldo wore an oxtrciinoly prelly gown of crouui albatross, with boll sleeves affd lollar ot Georgette ci'cpo. and a n'.ost becoming large hat, ot pink cliiLfon. Miss Bessie Caines ot .�\l;i( r?oii. a groat tricijd of the bride', v.iio acionipanicMl lipr wore a very iirclty gown of dark puriilo silk and lial to match. The party nioiiirinl to and from Ihe Hat In the grodni's car and attiM-calling in at .Mdcrson, .^Ir. and Jlrs. Bnrdick lefi by car for Calgary, wliero Mr Bnrdick- travel.") in that di.s-trlct tor the .Non-Fartisan LeaRue. The bride will be mudi missed in Alderson. where ulie has made many friends in the few months she luis resided bore.- Medicine Hat Daily News. A � 0 �. ? : c :� :� �� ? o * * * > .> > CHURCHES AMD SOCIETIES ? : : : : : : : : : : : > : : : : : : ? > MRS. McKINNEY VICE-? PRESIDENT. > ? ? : : ? : ? : : : ? : : : .\ reception to the visiting delegates o� the grand chapter O.B.S., was given at tiie Masonic Temple, Alexander Block, Wednesday evening, by tho Calgary cliapters. A short niualcal program was enjoyed, consisting of vocal solos and two readings, after which the party, numbering about 200 adjourned to the banquet hall upstairs and everyone liad a splendid time getting acquainted witii each, otlier. .Mayor Coslello, was present at tho opening ot tho chapter in the morning to give tho address of wolcomo on behalf ot tho city, and Mr. E. A. Shoebothnm, secretary ot the Shrine club, extended tho privileges ot the club rooms to the delegates. The following officers wore elected at the afternoon aoaaion: Worthy grand matron, Mrs. Charily Norton, Colodale; worthy grand patron, .Mr. D. Garve.'i, Calgary; associate grand matron. Mrs. Klzzie C. Dallas, Athabasca; associate grand patron, Mr. J. W.. Wilson, Edmonton; grand secretary, Mr. S. J. Blair, Calgary; grand treasurer. Mra. .May Pidgeon, Red Deor; grand conductress. Mrs. Mary C. JlcClanaghan, Lothbrldge; associate grand conductress, Mrs. S. J. -Blair. * � � ? ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ; ; : -> � ? .. GENERAL > : ? > ? : + > : At tho meeting of tho National Council of Women in Brantford the following reaolut'lon was moved by Mrs. Harry Carpenter, of Hamilton, and seconded by Mrs. \V. ti. Morris: "That tho National Council ot 'Women, through all local .councils, do urge the women ot Canada to conserve tho snpiUy of wool by stopping the purclinae, also knitting', of fancy wpolon sweaters and other unosaon-tial woolen articles, thus releasing more material for making articles necessary for tho contihuanco of the war." Mrs.' Morris suggested . that girls wlio knit fancy woolen sweaters bo called "sweatrr slackers." * * ' m � Among tho names given in the i'o-snlis of tho law examination con- ducted by tho Law Society ot. Alberta in -April last, those ot women are very prominent, Mrs. L. W. Brocktngton having been awarded the gold medal. .Mrs. Biocklugton ia a student at law in the offices of iMessr.s. Louglieed, Bennett, McLaws and Company. J. H. Ogilvie Is also granted his first intermediate standing, he iiavlng enlisted for overseas before tlie examinations wore .actually held.    Delegaloa to the Dominion Women's Christian Temperance Union convention in Ottawa discussed a report iiiado by .Mrs. John Scott, of Montreal on the subject of raod(jal temperance. It was asserted that certain 'patent niedlolacs contain alcoholic, cqntents ranging as high as 45 pbr cent. Al- berta has enacted a law forbidding the manufacture or ssie ot any extract, patent medlclue or medicated wine with more than 2 per ,^ _ irOlJR SHOPPING WHEN YOU REGISTER AT "THF BAY"  Ample Time f Tn Shop * *-> ;