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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE UAU.Y PAGE SEVENTEEN MILADI PHONE 1224 Daily Fashion By Gertrude Berosford f.- 'f v Dayton, who have been spending a few days wlia MM. Kryo's father. Mr. Uoiiell, left this mornlus for Moj hot ttv Antwerp, Belgium, with the Cana- dian trapshoptins team to participate In the Olympic team Bhoot on July 22.' Mr. He'.meria acting manager in tho absence cf Mr. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. William" WortUSngtou and Mrs. WortbingtoD. Sr., are guests tho cltv (rom Coaldale. Mrs. -Arthur Barnsley, 414 Kour- entli street south, is entertaining as r guest her sister, Mrs. Sydney imphrcy of Cleveland. Jas. Colloy, publicity comraisisoner Ihe natural resources department the; C. it, Calgary. William caret, statistician for the C. P. H. at algary, Chester nioom of tho Calgary crald, and C. G. Croft, of Iho Cal- ary Alberlan, .were visitors to Leth- ridge for the big irrigation meeting is afternoon. II. W. Fletcher and E. Saucier, la- nd Revenue department, Calgary, are sitors in the clly. Mrs. Charles McClenagban, Worthy rand Matron of the O. K. S., left to- ay for Garnum where sbo will insti- Clean to handle. Soldjby all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores j. a Case of Bdiled NOTICE to Stores When the traveller calls on you next week order a case of Keith's Popcorn For Friday and Saturday 1 Ib. Peanut Duller, for.................... JDC Or 3 Ibs. Peanut llutter, -i nn tor l.VU 1 Ib. of ilc-st Chocolates, _ ib.-of Best Chocolatra, for..................... 1 Ib. Plantation Kisses, for..................... I Ib. Chocolate Kissts, for 1 Ib, Peanut Dritlle, for..................... I Ib. Oltl Country Pepper- mint, for............... 1 Ib. Salted Peanuts, must OA- lake a Ib..............: JoC f have a large stock of C. K. STUART CO.'S PURE FOOD FLAVORS AND FOOD COLORS is juil what you need to flavor yoiir cakes and Icings. 40c 50c tn 1UC I H. KEITH 603 THIRD AVENUE ng was dealt with in a busy morning session, a short aft-jrnocn session and evening executive meeting in the Germain Street Baptist church at all ol which W. B. Sanford presided. Calgary was earned as tho next place- of meeting, the third invitation of that city being most cordially accepted. A committee- was appointed to galher in- formation as to means ot conserving Some life, councils were urged to get Information as to modern town ning, the funding ot a national readers' union was decided upon and the sec- retary was asked Jo' send to Ottawa a resolution regarding tho removal from Canada U> the United Stiles ot valu- able fassits and other natural weallh of Ihe Dominion. Delegates lo the international rneet- iiig were appointed as follows: Mrs. B. Atherton Smith, Lady Drommocd, Mrs. Smilllc, Mrs. llalph Smith, Miss Carrnlcliael, Mrs. llcraee-l-arsons, Mrs. UiSiiain. Dr.- flilchiei'Hnglaad; Mrs. Bruce Taylor. Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Wood- hall, Mrs. Murphy, Mre. Dennis. Mrs Wolvertoa. Mrs: Watts. Mrs. Robert- son. Miss Derrick, Lady Faulkner and Mrs. Massey. ENGAGEMENTS C- Die a chapter. V Hugh Scott ot Grassy Lake, is a isltor in tho city. 'j Jirs. -A. Begin who has been the nest of Mrs. C. on tho .orning train for her homo in Druni- eller..' Mrs. C. Begin accompanied cr and will he her guest for a fort- ight Mr .and -Mrs. Silshy of Iron Springs, isited friends in the city yesterday.- Friends have extended a welcome o Mr. W. H. Ward of the postotfica taff who recently left this cily lo as- umc duties in Ihe Toronto office. Mr. Vard has relumed and will ho lalibned here indefinitely. Mrs. Ward and daughter are visiting In Peter- lore, .Out., but will return to tho clly n due'course. Mrs. B'Algte and Mies D'Aigle of Pincher Creek, who spent Ihe fore- part of Ihe week In this city, have re- urned home. Mrs. Everelt Patereon ot Newklrk, Dkia., who was a guest in tho city on :he occasion of her .daughter's marri- age, left for her home this morning.-.' It Is more play we want, organized lny, ftnd supervised play for our chil- dren. Reraomher this when suhFcrib- ing to 'Iha tag day fund tomorrow. Calgary has been selected as the mceling place for tho 1931 convention of Ihe. Kallona! Council of Women. Hall, of Mogralh, visited frietids'in the city on Wednesday. Mr. Delaney, ot Winnipeg, Is re- lieving Mr. Spilslead on the staft of Ihe Merchanls Bank. Mr. Spllstcad entered Gait hospital yesterday for a slight operation. i BEAD-EMBROIDERED BATHING SUIT This suit is developed from a verj- taffeta in the fashionable- shade of henna. .About the neck and short sleeves there are very fiuo pleatings of Ihe silk, which are firml) -hold in position by a narrow cording of the silk. The rather long waistet bodlco is adorned with white china heads, a trimming that extends beyond the narrow belt that encircles Ihe waistline. Tho full skirt is hound with fine pleallngs oC the decora tion that also appears on the snug fitting bloomers. The cap is fashion cd from the silk heads. Mrs. Thomas Goldie. of Guelph, Onl., announces Ihe engagement of her daughter, Itutli Murion. to the Rev. J. Jones, M.A., B.D., of Winnipeg. :bo marriage, to take place early In July. The cngagemeni Is announced ot Miss Loulon LeMoIne, elder daughter of Mr. de St. Dents LeMoino, Ottawa, :o Noulan Cauchon, youugest sou of the late Hon.-Joseph E. Cauchon, P.C., cs-lieulenant-govcrnor of Manitoba. tdles themselves set an example last year, when they wore frocks which hey had alreAdy worn at Ascot. Oa every baud the British people are being Implored to thrlfl. TSsre- [Q 'ore Iha royal decision expresses flew that the King and Queen "do not desire to cause extravagance or lo cause anyone to spend ?500 on elaborate new court toilettes. CANADIAN NUHSE HONORED t Miss Margaret C. Macdenatd. P..H.C, who was matron-ln-chict with the Can- adiau nurses overseas during tho wsir. has been graDted the honorary degree of LL.D. by 'ho St. Francis Xavler University, o? AnllBoaish, N.S., tu re- cognlllou of the work cf our Xursipg Sisters. h said lo he but the second of its kind given to a Canadian woman, a unique distinction and establishing a new departure for our unversilies. Tho other woman similarly honored was Miss Marty, who received her de- gree Iroa Queen's University, Kings- ton. Miss Macdonald has also received nolitlcation thai the Internalfonal Red Cross commutes of Geneva has award- ed her the Florence Nightingale Med- of Els given withlu Iho Briitsh Empire. ROYALTY ENCOURAGE 'THRIFT DEMONSTRATION LECTURES HERE JULY 14, 15, 16 A demonslratlon lecture shorl course free to all women and girls of Lethbrldge and surrounding district will he held iu the r. M. C. A. on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, July, 14, 15 and 1C, commencing at 2 p.m. each day. "How lo make your defers work harder1 will be Ihe key- note of Ihls course and should be c- Alter careful, consideration, tha King r.nd Queen have .decided against holding court at Buckingham Palace this year tho ground of saving un- necessary expense to their subjects. They reached this reluct- antly, kno'wing that a majority of the persons who are entitled to he pre- heard by every woman In Lethbrldge, and as many of the young women as can allend. Miss Marlba Morkin, H. M.. Instructor In Homo Nursing First Aid, Provincial Schools of Agri-' culture, and Miss Barbara McBeath, Instructor of -Foods and Cookery, Claresholm School of Agriculture, will address these meetings and give valu- able instruction in home nursing, first aid, foods and cookery. These- meet- The Store Qualify Groceries HUNTLEY AND PALMER'S BISCUITS A fresh shipment of these known makes cf biacalla has been received, consistias of tie fwHowius varieties: THIN ARROWROOT, COLONIAL, CREAM FINGERS, DIGESTIVE, NICE, NURSERY, 08BORNE, PETIT BEURRE, DINNER. Per 75c Household Mixed, price, per Ib................ 65c Butter, per Ib................... 60c Winnipeg Ginger Snaps, per Ib............. 25c Blue Ribbon Tea, Ib. FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES GRAPE FRUIT, WATERMELONS, BANANAS, LEMONS, CANTE- LOUP, TOMATOES, LETTUCE, RADISHES, GREEN ONIONS, SPINACH, TURNIPS, CABBAGE- PHONES 313 and 1S13-THE FIRM FOR SERVICE THE FIRM FOR SERVICE sented prefer a ceremony which Is Ings will be held tinder the auspices of surrounded by formality and one which the Alberta Women's Institutes and it makes the" occasion greater than a casual meeting at a garden High River. The ceremony was the culmination ot a happy overseas ro- mance. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton have taken up residence in High River. o CHUR'JHES AND SOCIETIES The preparatory" service of Knox church will take place tonight at 7.30 o'clock in the schoolroom of Hie church.- and will'bo fpllowed''hyr-the regulnr meeting'.of the session. f i- mere party. Miss Inzola Hardio has from Minneapolis. Mrs. Weagen, of Calgary, has re- lumed lo Canada after having spent Iho past few' months in Norway and Switzerland, where Bho visit- ed Ihe Inlcrcalfonal Tied Cross hcad- nuarlors. She Is at present in Mont- real visiting her mother, l.ady Hick- son, afler spending a few days. In To- ronlo, whore she was In consultation wllh Iho lied Cross officials. c- SOCIAL .Mrs. Frank Hedley was n during the tea hour yesterday when she entertained a number of friends in compliment to Mrs._ Cunningharu of Kilarney, Man., who'is at.present the guest of her niece, Mrs. B. J. Sehl. TLe lea lahle was. prettily centred with silver- basket filled with cream am purple iris blossoms. A most sucesstul picnic was held Henderson during yesterday af tcrnoon by members of the primal-} and beginners' dcparlmcnl 'of Wesle: Suuilay school. Cars conveyed the children to the park where games and I stories were eagerly enjoyed. Follow-1 ing the play hour supper was served. C 1 This generation is BO sophlsticaled! relumed Just the other day in a certain office in tills city the staff were discussing Ihe'IatcFil Juno bride. arc you going lo do said ono to (he fluffy, shbrl-haircd flapper. "Oh, I'm not going to do it unltl I get enough money saved up to be able lo get n( she. Yel they say this ceneralion lakes no Ihought of tho morrow. For Mslumes such, as are used at my afternoon functloli, Ihe royal RATIFY STEEL MERGER NEW GLASGOW, N.S., June The shareholders of the Ko'va Scotia Steel Company today ratified th'e agreement made between the directors of the company and the" British Empire- Steel Corporation with respect to tho proposed five hundred million dollar merger. No present. This is tho firtt company lo ratify. brutally healing his wife because "she spent too much time visiting neighbors" and did not have his meals prepared, Frederick Zamniuh, farmer near Humboldt, was sentenced bv Judge DIckEon to ono year in Prince Albert .penitentiary and seven is sincerely hoped a large and repre- sentative audience will greet Ibe" speakers at each session, because tho practice o[ thrift does or should vital- ly concern women In Lethhridge. to Iho project was offered by auy I lashes. -WEDDINGS A fiuict wedding took place this moralrig in tho Wesley Methodist church of Rev. George L-. nitchie, pai- lor of the Labor J3dmonlori, and Miss Jennie Margaret Patterson of Ncn-hlrk, Okla. The ceremony was performed by Ihe paslor of Ihc- church, Rev. C. K. Cragg. Mr. and Mrs. lilt- chlo hnve Icfl for points north and will visit Calgary, Banff and be- fore proceedlMg to take up permanent residence in Kdraonton. At the Presbyterian manso yester- day Rev. A. H. Dcnoon unllcd in marri- age .Miss Lizzie Anne Kast of this city, and Mr. Frank Wardrann, also of ihls cily. Miss Wardman acted as brld.csmaid, and Mr. Koal. supporled ttift grrfora. Jlr. and Mrs, Wardman will reside In this city. 9 j Hundreds ol people gathered al the j Presbyterian cliurcb, Edmonton, ion Wednesday 10 witness Ihe marrl- I age cf Dr. tlugli Lcvere Collins, presi- dent .of the Great War Veterans asso- ciation, ami Miss Lolo Hnlnsbury Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, 0. W. Walker of lOOlh avenue, Udnion- Ion, which ceremony was conducted at 8.30 o'clock by Dr. D. 0. McQueen. i, I On June nil, Rev. 11. H. lilngliam' Calgary, unilcd In marriage Miss I IJiJen Cowley of .Mr. llerbsrt lidwln Hamilton oi NATIONAL COUNCIL OF- WOMEN ST. JOHN', N, D., June deep regret oC Hie members' of Iho St. Jc'iai local council of women and of Ihe people of St. John at Ibe depar- ture of the members of the National Council of Women of Canada waa feel- inly voiced by Mrs. E. Atherlen Smith, the local president, yesterday at the concluding business ae'sslon of the 27lh annual meeting of Iho national council when she replied to flattering voles of thanks which were extended 10 Ihone who had assisted to mnke the national meeting one of the moat har- monious ever held. The remaining business of the mevet- Itbu'd be surprised if you knew how many people are drinking' INSTANT instead of coffee flieres a Reason" No bread has better ingredients than Quaker Bread. N ever been made under a more successful formula. No bi under more modern baking methods or more sanitary conditions, Quaker Bread is the very kind you bake at pledged to the same principles of purity as you use the same cleanly care, we bake as well, QUAKER BREAD the home kind baked on a larger scale, It costs you less than a loaf costs you when you bake it you check your costs carefully you'll find that true. Buy a loaf of Quaker Bread today, ask your family's opinion of its crispness, its thorough quality, its real superiority. AT ALL GROCERS, OR ;