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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JCXE 26. 1020 -HKRALD PAGE MILADI o> PERSONAL Mrs. B. Murray, who leaves the city en Monday for Vancouver, will bo at hoihe to friends at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Maxwell, 1243 TtbXAvo. Soulli'. tils evening, from S to 10.30 o'clock. iirs. (i. W. Jackson, bl California, hut now resident in Coal' dale, has beeu tho guest of Mrey 51. Mutf, -413 I2ih St.' So. Mrs. L. Lundj- and daughter Dor- othy, today tor Toronto, where they will spend the n'eil three months jir. and Mrs. Pulloy, of Pjjvelstcke II. :C., arc visiting III the city llie guests ot .Mr. jl'ulley'i> mother, Mr? E. S. Pulley. Mr, Thos. Evar.s If.spendlns ,l'ae ondt in Great i'alls. C; Sykos of this tlty, ac Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, vho have just returced from ShacUc on, Sask., whcro.. they spent tbel loneymooa, were LCcompanled by Mrs 3onald Muuro and her two sons. j Mr. and Mrs.. A. Stain, who hav seen visiting parents, Jir'.' an BInBu, of this city .for. th spending her holidays with her par Mr. and Jhampion. Mrs. W, E. Watklus past two months, have lett for To- ronto en route to England. t tj Dayton, Is speeding the week fend IL the city. ft Miss Alolet Hagell left last Calgarj- where she will spend the next week visiting friends. >Jlss Btnueti's tulorihip, preserved UIsS Bsnnetl tilth.a huse bouquet cf Ink roses and a handsoajo purse, Dressing as she did-so'life.profound, egret occasioned ihroosh the rcslg- laOon and conssiiueut loss of Jennett. iliss Beunelt TCry gracious- y exprcssod her appreciation bt heir thought fulness on this occasion md their co-operallon in- the ptr- 'orinacce of her duties. Miss Ada Murray, in whoie honor so niany dellghttul affairs have bscn given recently, was last evening the juest bt honor at a parly In Harrier's bill, tha hostesses being tho illsses Marian'McCambly, Eva Huttoa. Mabel Winter. Leah Young and Irilyan Schweitzer. Mr. and Mrs. Hulner act- ed as chajeroncs. -.f Nurse Sykes. who lias taadb a host pt friends in this during the period she has, been acting as nlgbt eupc and assistant.superintendent 3l Sell Hospital. Was the guest of hocor Jt-a delightful social: gathering lait Evening Mrs.-M. W. Huff.enter- tained for her. The reception rooms were delightfully decorated wllli spring blossoms and the evening was i Beresford SOCIAL spent. musical 'the numbers and expressions of her r Vi The next of ihe Berles of dances to joying Bancing.' fregrel were heard .over the early departure of who, jricb. her sister, Miss Sykes, of.Card- ptou, Is leaving on Tuesday of next yeek for Turlock, California. 5 Nursd Sykes has an enviable war record, being .located at .Base fal, "101; The best wishes for future- happi- ness and prosperity accompany her Itanled by Miss N. Sykcs, Cardslon, will leave ou Tuesday for T.urlock, Cai. 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. today for Edmonton. f- itr. L. D. West Is week end in Calgary. Allwood left spending the 6. e Mr. P. JonesThas rclurncd from -weeks' motor trip through'-' sprlhcrn parts ot tho province. the Nurse. Walking of the hospital staff be. given under the auspices of the; C. P. R. Social Club. held on Tuesday Evening ia ih'e Masonic hall and. will lake the form of a shirt waist dance.; The popularity of this dance is assured as the R. af- fairs always attract record crowds. V V Pupils of the high school yesterday assembled In tho hall to. pleasantly surprlaa JIlss Bennett, who Is sever- ing her (connection wiUi that Instltu- tUnHofter ten years of faithful ser- vice; Sherlock, on be- hait of tha pupils who h'ava enjoyed Loyal Bcroao-'Class.; o[ .Iho Christian Church had a Jolly time last night when tiey departed from the usual form of entertaining and gath- ered aHho Lelhbridge Laundry at au early hour, proceeding to .tho river bottom where the fore part ofvthe evening 'was spent playlog games. Special mention should be made of Uie great baseball game witnessed.- The Cincinnati and Philadelphia Je j arc no longer on the bbards. I A WRAPPY COAT OK. DARK'BLO This Ideal wear whe automobiliug or the Sum mer1 frock on a cool Summer cvenin It is fashioned frcni a lovely piece i duvctyn in a rich, dark shade of blu side are.stt small loops of ihgora.; .The .may hopfn group exqaWtoiy" F'ayfd. on rough a. of- moderns, .four of hlch were played fcr the first time In algary. the recital witnessed a steady ecendo of catbuslasm and rough, the dojiog number, the 12th ungariau Phapiodle of UsiU In choosing this composition (the ost difficult of all the HhapsodieB i play) lot her closing Dumber, Miss :cKelvic bat followed the musical ad of some of tha world's greatest (inlsts. three o! Hotf- uao, Serge Rachmaninoff and Leo it last winter In New ork City. Tie wrijer well remain- ers '.he furore created by Paderewskl, the great Polish, patriot and pianist, n his last American tour by his won- erful playing ot this same coniposl- Ion. To Quote from Edward Baiter 'erry in his "Descriptive Analyses of 'iano "Regarded Irom a pure- y musical standpoint, the Rhapsodies ave occasioned controversy and onsiderable adverse criticism ou IHe art of certain musicians who prido heinselves-on'their loyalty to eon- ervatUe traditions. They have been described as trivial, superficial and as lacking In depth and lignity, In symmetry of form and no- bility ot sentiment. These critics teem to forget that the object ot all art is primarily, cot Instruction or ele- vation, or even abstract beauty, but expression. Us mission Is to portray, not exclusively.the .highest And grand- est emotions ot humanity, bat every experience, every stiade of every psychological possibility of the race, with equally sympathetic fide! ity.-. liumanily- Is -tho broad, therae; and the Various forms of art, on which the specialist Is apt to lay undue stress are only the means of expression, no tho supreme end, Tljat form: is bes in..any'given case, which best serve the artisiv, purpose. 1 need be'the Rhapsodies art sensation al, heaven p'rotect iis from musio tha produces no sensation." Coupled with a personality'and pla form manner of rare charm and at tractlvenesa, Miss McKelvie possesses Magnificent Exhibit Ye Olde iPirme" r i .'.TV j i Tin ,1 lllu.u- .IHBUJ H. [p be applied are now 'Bound to to d a or loWl. according to Areafer, is Th'erq style, irltu the angora. The hat cf white embrold gred faced to an unusual degree all the require ments ot a concert planlsle. Scinti lating technlc, exquisite pedaling tha iroduces color effects rare Indee tiuong predominant, tra ,ti h'er piano' playing, the thing tha bora wero served with refreshments it the homo of Mi1. Allkln, and later gMcs; oiiiilnivto joyed on; Wo ha'wn- 'unlit' S fato hoar when Hg'nt refreshments .were served and the company of sixteen guests leitiorhomo. t Miss Isabel Munro, sister of D. Muu- C. ,P. li.. agent WU1- n ICo: j Pianos At The Calgary Fair Visitors to tho Calgary fair next.week will have ah opportunity ;i of seeing ono ot tho tlnosti.osnlbHijypf shown in Calgary. Our exhibit will be 111 the industrial Building and con- sists of tho different styles in the cliolcesl satin mBhogany, burl walnut and fumed oak: Wo.will .also show some of tha laloat A styles In Brunswick nnd.Sonora Phonographs. Bvery: instrument ?jin the exhihlt will be for sale and special terms will be made dur- tho fair. op-lhe whicli Is ,.'-.v HAVE OPENING FOR GOOD REPRESENTA- TIVES. FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT; ALSO AGENTS WANTED IN ALL UNREPRE- SENTED TERRITORY. Heintzmari Co., Lirnited >i 322 EIGHTH AVENUE ?WESTi.CALGARY A J. D, ALLEN, MANAGER Hou) to Make) Coffee Alliw one Hoping wblapponful of SotfSrtnJ Coffee to Poaifttjhf over the coffw- Sjnmtt j miriutw. Let jundifewminules.- Then rent. Be'sure you use ridi, COFFEE for Tricolaton jtnd ordomuy toes. In I and 2-lb. tins at afl good dtalen; Write for "Perfect Perfectly Mailed free on request. MONTREAL. i lam Thompson, .Tvhose'niarriaga was soleinniied at of tne'bride's 'paVeils'iln ;On Jnno '16lli, arrived in, Sliackleton on Friday evening's train: The young couplawere at the mem bcrs and Wends of the Girls' Tvi light club, who evening ser enadcd with real old time charivari. On Mon. nlghl the Twilight club gave a surprise parly- at' the slatioh'Snouse' at frhlch they presented with a tin shower of kitchen articles. A most delightful supper tho gkls, who, with their friends, vniemgrable' time with games, dancing and Gibbs offlciatiug at. the piaffp, Mr. JtoVaaui as violinist and Allison (most ably) as lutrm iv'r' .Liquorice, all sorts, per Ib. 50c Jersey Cream Caramels, per Jb. 4Sc Echo.Mixed Chocolate, peirlb. 45c" Caillers Peters' Milk Regular !0c, 3 for ...V25c Regular 30c, tonight 2Se Charms; 6 packets for 25c stamps her as an anlst, riot only by Lhp right of talent, but thorough schooling, -is her exquisite scuso of proportion, that intangible thing ed "style." It was in this, above ev- erything else, that the stamp of the artist was evident. It is no Idle, any that 1ii fsstGlBdys McKelvlc, Calgary has a with'a brilliant, Jut we, in fact aa Rudolf Ganz remarked oh liearing her "Miss McKelvie, you are an artist already." A lovely Knabe conren grand piano forte; one of the few _ln Cat atla, responded nobly to dc- niands made upon it fronj; t'n.e _soflest planiaslmo to the loudest forte; o C j Ef 1 E -I- The Auxiarj' Jlarj's church 'day, in the ''t Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists; CTrocers atid General Stores. son'ed. S'lver collection. A hearty in vllatlon is estiiiiicd to all: e t if.f? The regular meeting ,ol- tlie'Ladles' Society to tho be iri (he I, 0. 0. F. nail.-'Moiiday I at S p.m. Mrs. for the ebokah Bnzaar will meet on Monday S p.u'i., at tho homo of Mrs. D. A. mlth, 621 13lh St., South. All mem- era arc requested to attend. C t O The Women of Moose Heart Legion leeton Monday night nt sight o'clock u the Moose A attendance f members is requested.. The regular sewing meeting of the :t-Aiigustinvs auxiliary will bo hold in lie parish hall. Monday at 3 p.m. Tlip Art Needlework Club will mcot Monday niternobh at the home if Mrs. William Scott, 1215 -Ith Ave South. Potatoes Cost too Much MACARONI It Is more nourishing, costs far less and cnn, be prepared in more tiiou 100, different dishes. Thousands of thrifty npusswivos havo Oiscovevcd what a doltclous substitute Macaroni is for the high priced liolato and hove put asldo tba wovry- about tho rising cost. Macaroni has no waste, no disagreeable peeling, and In fact Is one Of tho most almplo foods to prepare and cooki Aik your flrcesr for Macaroni. in packages. WEDDINGS The marriage ot Miss Deborah Edith ilolsalf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs James Brown, of Champion, and Mr A. H. Davis, of Nanlon, was solemnized in tho Pro-Cathedra Jhurch. Calgary, .oitiiTune, Ptigct officiating, .Mr. and Mrs Davis will reside In Xanton. 4 NEXT WEEK'S SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Tuesday P. II. Sliirtwals Dance, Wednesday Xignt-Strawhcrry nn Ice cocial, bxperlmenlal farn under nusplcos W. A. to y. M. C. Krce rldft and fjood-thnc. Wednesday danse main .pavilion, exhibition...ground auaplcos of Major Jack Ho. 1. E. Oreelcil by a'large and enthusiast audience Miss Gladys McKolvIo, nie of Miss and Mr. McKelvie of this clt made her firet public appearance sin her return from Xew York at n plan forte- recital Wednesday, evening last. 'at'tho'Al Aztiar llcginning wilh the Bcothovcu 2i MILBURN'S LAX LIVER PILLS MADE HER When your liver gets sluggish''and inactive, your; whole suffers. Your.: v'become couatlpatcd, hcad'i'c'hesf yOur .tongue: !a coat-- ed, float-before the es, you are blliuUf, liavo heartburn, under the right :oulder, muddy n'nd hrpwn spotted' implexion, etc. Help the llvor to resume Hi proper notion by1 vomovlng tho bllo that la rculatlng In tlio blood and poisouing e system. Mrs. E. Dalnbrldge, 30 Maple Vmhorst, N.S., lake r'ea ire in writing you-of tho good 1 re- eived by using Milburn's for Ueadacnes. T was so had i hail o go to bed and could not sit up. A rlend tola me abJiit your wonderfui neiilclne, and two viala have made ma s well as I can bs Pills are small nd easy to do not gripB, weaken r sicken rlo not'Ioave any bad after- rfects, Price 25c a via) at all dealers, r mailed direct on receipt of price by Tio T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, 1 Following our regular course we are offering our list of Saturday Night Specicds. .This is. our -way clearing up all broken and odd lines; The goods are always just as advertised and spell real economy to >.th9se who. require such articles: f' CORSETSV 100 pair of good well finished corsets ii all Uie wanted sizes. These corsets sell us high as 82.CO in tho regular way. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, PAIR -.1 :JJI SIUCvHOSIERY Ribbed top, perfect fitting silk hose, in black, grey, brown and navy blue. Made by a weJl known, fiiin of ufaclurorE whose name SB known to everybne. These are' seconds.'.': Make your own'selections cauno't ix> ciclianged. "Regular value J2.25 pair. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, 4 PAIR TORONTO In Centra of Shopping .ind Business District ROOMS EURCPEAHriAM SWEATERS We have gathered together a number Of sweaters In. pullover'; mid. coat styles. These are .odd garments whoso, val ruij as i high as 416.00 each. :'i SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, EACH-'-. 7.50 MEN'S SOX In tills lot have Uie last ot our bost values in Men's Sox. There arc grey and purple in silk finished sox; also a few pair of good pure wool ribbed sox. Regular pair. NIGHT SPECIAL, PAIR PORT Hors- ONTARIO tfcsidentiat CkUrxh School Soys M rf FleM Shk. tin sttfini l fitoti CWw ia Bi h.iifel ct-H- it tihxA it R.M.C. tpt. 3ILK GLOVES i' Pine Silk Gloves, Double tipped and Kayser make. In champagne shade only. Sizes to S. Worth to Ladles' pongee or U-50 pair. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, PAIR BLACK COTTON HOSE Black Cotton Hoso, full fashioned and values that we cannot repeat on again for a long tlmij. These nro worth EOc or 60c pair. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, PAIR C. .35 LOOK AT OUR WINDOWS TONIGHT WE ARE SHOWING SOME ATTRACTIVE SUMMER GOODS. and Company THE NEW THINGS FlRSt ;