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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ''WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23, 19A> PAGE ELEVEN MILADI PHONE 1224 Mrs. J5. J- Sehf fill riot receive to- morrow" nor this season. V -t Mr. S. AKord of Seattle, were gaeSta between' trains yesterday of Mr. and i'Jrp- E. P, Laytpn. li spending a tew d A n In mas will bo pleased to learn that to progressing favorably after his i oration on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Jchneon ot Watrous, Sask, who Dare mat ng a tour of British Columbia by auto, visited friends In toe city today, Mrs. ilarry W. Jones Mlnncapc- is, arrived In the city -yesterday and Is being c-ntertalueJ at the homo, of Mr. and Urs. E. F. Mr. Charles McClenaghau left -Mon- day lor Edmoctcn. "Mrs Kipp asd Miss EOltkKlpp are tno feek in Elko. 3 C Mr and Mrs H II Smith left yes tcrday for Medicine Hat.yvbore they will be too of Mrs. Smith's par ;uls for a few dajs Miss Alice Fairfleid home troin.Iorvnlo. has, returned Supl, Penhetalhor left yesterday foi Peace Illver. Mrs. S. Ross of spch ilonday in the city vislllnj? 'friends, The many'friends 6( little, Joe Tho Mary Hamilton, Herbert WH- Iliins. Elementary Mar- guerlte Dorothy Wallace. Terrlll. Ivy Whitlaker, Mar- guerite HHI, Clarence McLean, Helen Reagic Higher EUeeu Wail- Mrs. M. Coombs and two coildren ct FrauVburs Ero Mrs. Coomb's parents, Mr. Mrs. 'D. Wtlcoi. 'Mr. aid ifrs.: Cooinbi .and family 'expect to sail en for Somoa. D. E. Harris was a business Tleitor In Calgary yesterday. b Mrs. Nellie McClung has left Ed- monton on a two months' lecture tour In the'OlsaHagan valley In tho inter- of the- U-. V. W. A. Silas BIgelow ol Cardslon, who spent tho weekend fa Ine city, return- ed home on Monday.- Daily Fashion By Gertrude Bercstord Mrs. Alchln Fryo and family of New Dayton, are spending a few day: In the the guesis o[ Mrs. Fryo'K father, Mrs.' L. P. Bonnell.v Mrs. G. Broderlck has returned la her home m Cuumore after a 'visit with her mother, Mrs. Pearson. Mr. Felterly, hia nephew, -Mrs. John Sailer and Mr. and Mrs! W. Martin spent Monday at Walerlon park WEDDINGS v On Monday the 21st Inst., Kev. C. B Crage united in marriage at the larsonage Miss Violet M. Johnson of Foremost, anil -Mr. IV M. of ho samo town. The young couple unattended ?nd after the cersf, mony proceeded on a short trip to Banff and, Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. lltse will reside in Foremost. Thwnas J. Jamleson'returned tho past vreek in.Calgary. The' following pupils of Miss Aileen Jones were successful oarididalcs In the recent examinations of the -Royal Academy and Royal College of TJusIc Primarj' (dis- T H' f ALF the charm of thmgi m keeping them fieik More over penpir- dtacolori nod ahortens ibcil Irfe, Why not waih them after ereiy wearing? It's delightfully simple. Use the pure, senile, cleans- ing LUX suds Make just a bowlful, anywhere. Just dtp them up and out the with a warm ilVdcme. LUX vrill hurt no fabric that pure watei loach. Sold at all grocers and departrnenlal stores. x_ i Rtvfif Cm Sttlltu OHiled rrfvffl LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO LUX O "fr f "51 SOCIAL ff ft The dance being given In Ihe maiii tonight, under the auspices of the Major Jack Ross Chapter, I. 0. D. E, promises lu be one of unqualified success. Every- thing is in readiness for a big nlglit and the Cannoneers Jasz Orchestra promise an excellent dance program. Miss Janet Shaw, briiic-clccl, was pleasantly surprised last evening when teachers and friends of the .United church gathered to shower her. with pretty souvenirs. Musical 'numbers were enjoyed and delicious-refresh- meats served, Miss Shaw has been a valued member and active' worker of tie United church congregation for ten years and the .gifts were accom- panied'by the- sincere wishes lor fu- ture happiness her associates. 'Members of the W. C. T. U. also pleas- antly, surprised Miss jiresenting her with 'h Jar and expressing their- appr'cciatio'ti'. of her Work r.nd wishing her every happi- ness. On Saturday Miss Shaw, severed ada Hardware Company, limited, upon this occasion officials b h f ciisioned by her departure coupled wllbi good-. .were .expressed by., all co-workers.'. was 'then rt NET-TRIMMED OKUANDIL FROCK One of nicest fabrics for 'tho child'SrSummer frock is organdie, for it comes in nil Ihe'dainty shades one could desire. Thls-'little dress Is de- veloped in-iade'green organdie. It Is admirably 'suited, to the needs of the six-year-old. The'sklrt, shirred to llio rather straight hodlce, is finished with. a band or fine net.'! Its attachment to' Ihe organdie is -concealed by white rick-rack braid that is further'em- bellished with long stitches, of black wool. Similar'treatment is giveu to [ho collar- and cults, while the wide sash-is finished with tabs of tho net, .of the home, returned to Midnaporo yesterday. Their efforts in this city for the raising of, .money were most beneficial, the' splendid sum of being secured .through the generoUE donation of -residents. Considerable Wes'ierri'cVn- j graljtude was express- -j _--.i cd by IheV.Sjstet'sJfcri Ihe admirable manner jhVwhico. appeals were responded Yo and Iney v-Jsh1 to congra- tulate'tho residents, upon iho. cordial The Sisters W -tlie" at Midnapore wlio.havo beeii suendiiig pasl'week in the city oiytheir annual mission'of .cauvassiug for the upkeep WHEN USING x 'AWILSON'S FLY PADS g, READ DIBECTIONS CARtfUUY AND -fOUOW THEM Best of afl Fly Killers 10c per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and General'Stores CHURCHES SOCETIES jwita prostitution: and-venereal, leases, and too questions ot law, moral. Ity and public health. Amendments submitted were based on Ihe funda- montfci principle o-t-oae moral stand-, ard for both sexes; ;u was decided to I havo this "report sent out to'the var-, councils' for deliberation during the Hamilton a letter from, tho judge ot the Juvenile court lij To-. ronto and "ladved that the Dominion i jrovemment to memorialized to have: The ago ot juvenility raised to 18 years.- as referred, section of the. criminal code. L. The president read greetings from' the National Council of Greece, South Africa, Frauce. Argentina, Uruguay and Belgium. SP. JOHN', June Nallonal Council of Women convention this morning decided to take Immediate sleps to establish a dominion teach- ers' certificate which will entitle those holding even British teachers, to teach anywhere in Canada. U was re- Eolved that one ot the qualifications for tho certificates would be z thor- ough knowledge of all matters apper- taining to Canadian education and citizenship. The council refused to adopt Ihe report of the committee on econom- ics which recommended that the Dp- nilnloir government be petitioned 'to appoint a commissioner in each prov-i Ince, tinder the chairmanship of a fed-: eral committee to co-operate on the, prices with the understanding none of Iho necessities ot life should bo exported till the needs ot the Cana- dian people were provided for. Speak- ing in favor of the report of the econ- omic committee, Mrs. Molvcr said Australia had a commissioner for every state. The result was that prices had gone-up percent., compared cent- ing OL are bursting with money.' she said, "and the people of the country should be allowed to become shareholders of the country's development." I The vote on the report' showed 22 for and 37 against. Mrs.-.'SIuIr Edwards, moved that wo- men be appointed to Juries in all cases where women are concerned, that legislation bo enacted giving the same right to homestead women asj men- that adultery be made a crime; that'extension of too 'indeterminate sentence, be- made to all convictions for'sexual'offences nrider the criminal code; that the age of juvenility he. raised trf IS, and that each council should consider a remedy for men and women living logelhar in irregular union. The recommendations were ed Mrs Hamilton's motion that the council urge the appointment of wo- men irispectors In institution3 whore women-arc was 'also carried, .as was'a'-'fesolutlon endorsing the fork of tho national council for combatting venereal diseases. .VKilaShizoo; Mich, man was ar- rested charged with marrying Ills first cousin, contrary to State law. The Store of Quality Groceries NO ONE CAN AFFORD TO USE POOR GROCERIES AT ANY PRICE; IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST ALWAYS, ESPECIALLY SO. WHEN PRICES ARE RldHT. Crcamcltes, 3 packets for 36c Macaroni, Mothers, 3 packets for 36e Vermicelli, Hirondeile, 2 pack- ets for..................SOs Spaghetti. Columbia, 2 packets -tor 25c Pineapple Marmalade, Mrs. Ija- mcn's. 4s, por tin Pipeapple Marmalade, Mrs. Ea- racn's, 15-oz. each 45c Orange Marmalade, Sheriffs, It, glass, each..............65c- Orange Marmalade, Wethey'i, Is, glass, each 30c Instant Postum, large size tics, each 45c Inatant Posfutu, smal) size tins, each.................... 27c Wedding Breakfast Coffee, 1 lb'. tins, tacli 65c Ulue pibbou Tea, lb. packets SAVINQ BANK DEPOSITS SHOW BIGJNCR6ASE OTTAWA, June Saving bank deposits In the Canadian banks increased during May about Tfitaln the last 11 months 'iliey have increased by over Demand deposits during TRIBUNAL THE HAGUE, June The discus--sions ot the commission of jurists yesterday strengthened the theory that the existing Hague arbitration tribunal will not be abolUlied it a high courl of nations Is formed but on tie. contrary that the tribunal will not only fiinrtlnn an formerly- hut have a con- with more than 100 per were lower She suggested the Issu- loans. in Canada wero higher. sid_erable part in the ----j- j here She suggested the Issu- loans in uanaaa were uigner. siaeranie pari-iu-ine auiBcu if derelopment bonds. "The banks {Call loans in Canada show, a' decrease. judges for tho high o'.sctioa ot One sip of the tea qaes-V tion. The rare flavor, .rich and stiznu-. latins, eqtul. Only skilled blend- ing of Ceylon's finest hiQ garden teas, can achieve such quality yours in the striking black and white package labeled Lanka. BRAID C0. Vancouver, Cuada Fun and Health f or Lethbridge Kiddies This Summer Realizing the need and benefit WiHai'gWUnds the Rotary Club, assist- ed by other organizations equipment for at Henderson Park and Adams Park Z-'j! Evcty citizen knows play It Is part of their education and is the way their health. Your opportunity to help your on .u The W. M. S. of -Wcslev cliurcli will hold their meeting at the paroonago Thursday'evening 'tit- Hepo'rts froiii the re- cent Calgary .will be presented. All Interesled in this work are retiuesteditD attend. Tomorrow at Ifl a.m. In St. Augus- tin's chapel, nativity ot John the Bap- tist-ami celebration of the holy'com- munion, will be held: The girls ot [he C. G. I. T. of the United church are to meet al the cor- ner of Third avenue, and'Thirteenth street south on Friday at a p.m. and then proceed to the Crystal Dairy. Weather permitting the primary and of Wesley Sun- day, school will hold their picnic to- morrow, afternoon at 4.15 at Henderson lake. Cars will leave the corner Eighth street-, and Fifth avenue at 4.15 p.m. 4 A special meeting ot the Women's Civic club will be held at the home of the president, Mrs. 'P. W. Downer, on.Friday 25th, at S.45 p m. All members are requested to be present. O. CHAPTER IN. STITUTEO AT CHAMPION GROCERY TO BE SOLD AT WHOLESALE PRICES lag Day Sat On Monday afternoon last Mrs. Charles McCIenaglian, Worthy Grand Matron of the Order ot Eastern Star for the'province of Alberta, enjoyed Ihe privilege of constituting a chap- ter.In Champion. Over thirty mem- bers of the local chapter left on Iho same train lo enjoy tho installation of officers antl banquet in Chpmpfon. tho constitutional services we're per- formed in a most praiseworthy man- ner cintl the installation of officers was very impressive. Thoso of tho local chapter who enjoyed the trip Included: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- Clenaghan, Mr. and Mrs. John Liv- ingstone, Mr, and Mrs. llaftern, .Mr. and .Mrs. I'. Cull. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Ixtng, Mr. and Mrs. McKenzle, Mr. and Mrs. Vlecstwood, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mr. Hayr, Mr. Rlpler, Mr. Reagb, Mrs. Allison. .Mrs. Alwood, Mrs. VouDg. Mrs. II. Scolt, Mrs. D. A. Simp Symons, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. White, .Mrs. Koss, Misses Conn, lllack and Hcuders. NATIONAL COUNCIU OF WOMEN ST. JOHN'. Nf.B., .Jani> Ihl luorriiiig'siB session of [ho Nations Council of Women Mrs. Parsons rea Ihe report of a special committee o this revision of the criminal code. I rotated to the 'problem ot moral d HnquenU, changes to provide for con dltlon or Indeterminate sentences, th prplccllpii. ot-'-sucfetj! -In-., .connccllo JWJ E are Closihg put Our Gro- cery Dept., and will in future devote our Whole Time to Furniture. The Grocery Department wll be Closed on Thursday and v Friday to re- arrange prices; URNITURE GROCERIES ;