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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE DAH.Y HERALD MILADI PHO.NB U34 'PERSONAL v Mrs..E. A. Sharnun will receive on Vcck la place of Kfway7 uciTiJrs. Bydhey Jackson will icccSvo with her. Dr. Loverlng, Lovcrlns daushter' IcH this .niornfng f6r Van- couvcr where the.'doctor vrill attend iho returning to the 'city, about' July' D. Stevens' speb! tie'' ivook-end Ip F-rale. v Mayor and Mrs. Wi D. L. Hardte arc entertaining as iholr Eaest-Comails- cloner Eadle bl W, Frye of New Dayion U guest In tho city. p >frs, Maemillan and two'daugh- tcra left-last night forvithelr'home In Calgary aUcr.'.vlslting Mrs. D. C. Mac-. Diillan, Cthr AV4.' S, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammondiand family taken up'resiie'uco ia Frank. .MJsa Mildred jjason, ol'Bow'Island] spent tho week-end lu iho city. Mr. Claresholpi, are in the-guests llrs, jf.-B. 1- .t Tlio many frfcnds'ofj'iirsr'jt'ilunclt ot Milk IllTcr, tho Gait hospital, lyill bo njeascd'to :learn of her continued progrpss.' Mr. Thoo Stirling, is a visitor Iir the city. i Mr. and Mrs. spent th'ft Ke'rnio. Miss Mao Studcr. of Calgary, is spending a few days. In Ihe city. Mrs. Campheil d DNEY CuticuraSoap AVES 4- F. J. Marshall, and her young soa Peter are leaving to join Mr. Lang In Chicago, Tboy will sail for Europe on July 3 for a visit of a year or Calgary Herald. V The sincere sympathy ot a wide circle- of friends is oxtonded Mr. Archio MJo, oi bj the loss of his wife, formerly Miss Olive les of this city. .'V -Mrf. Milton J. Gibson and FrUh are spending a few days in Cal- gary the guesls.of Mrs. John A. Mac- kay. r- ENGAGEMENTS and fieoree Lane announce the engagement of-, their daughter, Elsie Blanche to James' Cook Gordon, son of 3. TV Gordon and Mrs. Gordon, of Winnipeg, the wedding to lako place tha first vreek in July. V i Members of IheVJlijor Jack loOS 6th _.Xye. Soutli, tncjgueslVwere received IB was b'eautifuliy: decorated In'lh'o chap: cotors; purple and-: yellow, .with Calitocnia; 'and carrylns onl'the' Mrs. C. P. P. Conybeanaipourcd tea, while Mosdamos Cope. HeoleyV and Sfacmillan assisted in serving.; The musy-al numbers Wsre grettly enjoy- ed and were contributed by theVtol- lowing, persons. Sirs. Filler, 5frV Waddinston, Mrs. Long, Cull, Miss Margaret Smith, and Miss Eileen .glTen recently. On Wednesday last Mrs. Davldsoa entertained delightfully at luncheon, day evening Mrs. R. .J. Dinning a miscellaneous shower for the bride elect. :Friday >evenlng--MisB' Stoltie was the guest :of honor at a -kitchen sho g lyen by; Mrs. Kell pgg. Dur- Ing the'tei how Saturday Mrs. W. D' "entertamed, a inumber ;'ol pjate shower, and yes- Stoltze was the tea hour guest "of The aftemopu anfl pantry sale given on Saturday' afternoon. In St. Augustiu'e hall .was ,raost successful, socially' and .financially. tea tables1, and pantry tables presented very', gay appearance, being bciulifiil ly decorated with spring flowers. Mrs. George Harper.-jresideil, at the tea table aril was assisted in serrlng by members of the Girl GuUes. The musical program: was vrell rendered and greatly appreciated. Those con tributlng Included Miss Eva Huff, Miss 1 Boris -Jowott, Mnrdock, -vvJien "delicious THE COCA-COLA COMPANY In Daily, Fashion "By Gertrude Beresford A SUMMER PARTY FROCK r i> quaint lilde'frock is mado of or- g4ndle. .The ip fashioned from two deep flounces of'the Swiss, which ihovs 4" lotich.'b'f color In the small blie dots.n-itS which It Is embroidered. The looj-wais'fed blouse is prettily trimmed with find val lace. Ot course, If you ahould idupljcate tils frock you might' use" taffeta (or the upper part, ,Fasluon. blue would make qnite a'lovely and in place ol the lace you might' substitute tiny flcs of the Swiss.: and Miss Phyllis Hatch'. A couple 6.t ;6hbruses wcro given Corn- and were enthusiastically ap- plauded. Tho caplalri and girls are gratly pleased over the results of their first sale and lea, the..prpcecd5 greatly ex- .cjedlrig their-cipe'ctatlons. WEDpiKGS O 7." L'EASK of Miss Mary Leask of Craribrook, and Mr. John Taylor pf the same town, was quietly solemn ized.atjthe'-.homQ; of .tho ,rar .ents, Mr.' and Mrs.' Thomas Leask Sla'tervlllc, on Saturday last, Rov. J P. 'Sinclair officiating. ALRERSON Fairvfew ROEB loops, B.C., was the scene oE a very pretty ijpuble Wednesday afternoon wten Mrs. Gla'dys Vio- let Aldersoa and Mr. WI1H am Herbert Woodward, and 'Miss Jennie Vivian Demmon and Mr. Joseph N. :wera united. In Eev. Cttis The brides itfiji- given awa'y by their Uober while. Miss Thc'restC Furlask and Miss Mildred'' Cunnington1 were bridesmaids. -Mr.'.. Leonard Shannon and Mr. Woodward, supported thf the Sunday school at Henderson Lake. Car leaves corner and 8th St. S. at p.m. mcelln; of Lo Matin, the new .French daily pape. under the direction of Canton Maillot, made its first appearance In Montreal Saturday. The policy of the paper, which consists of lour sheets, is devoted more to views-than to news, OF INTEREST JO WOMEN it a Short Utter, But It the Reliability of E Pinkham't Vege- table Compound, Bothwsll, i wao ana run down, had no appetite and was ner- vous, ThcmirBowho took care of me told me to try Ljdiit B, PinkhaM s V e g e- table Compound'l and how 1 am (ci- ting strong. I recom- mend your to my Menii, grtt ou my W.J.Brady, R.R.JL Hie reuon why Lydli 13. Pinkhsm'i Vegetable Com- pound Is to succesif ol in overcoming woman's ills is because it conUiiw tho tonic, strengthening properties of good old-fashioned and wnich Iho rrlpcu of Wales will mjrry. .Women net on the female organism. Women from all parts of the country are con- tanually tejtlfying to Its strengthening, curatwo influence, and it contsina ad narcotic] next at ll' a m Ion'Eervlce s Christian Sconce Hull Block (ground Test! mon> meeting Wednesdav evening Fill your caddy with LANKA In compiimerrt to your friends, to do true justice to your hos- serve Lanka when you gather for teg.- 'Each cup embodies the perfection of fla- vor achieved through skilled Wending of> Ceylon's finest growths. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Cantdi When you cat let it be the Best" WACSTAFFE'S AckYoiir Qrtoer Coal dale United THE FINANCIAL DRIVE IS NOW ON When the authorlred canvawert call on you durin'fl Uiit be prepared to receive theni and do your part by subscribing tlbv'. ally to the budget foi- the ensuing year's expenMs of your churshi Help Your Conttnunity by Assistinff Your Church H. Bosomwovih, Pastor. Board of. ;