Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. JUNfc MILADI THE PAGE-ELK VKX Daily-Fashion Dy Qertrude Berestoro' 6 i al points, arc spending a fortnight I visiting friends and relatives in this 1 district. -REilSONAl Mrs. aud Miss Dunsvorlb left today fur. Calgary whore' luqy will 'attend the provincial convent iOii bribe Chris- tian church. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hanillton enter- tained luspecloY o[ Schools Mr. J. K. Mr. Hodgson lett A (on Calgary today. Mr. and Mr'SrX' Douglas, of Learn- Onl., who'are on route to Mrs.'YV. II. McCaffeiy aud 'chil- dren are at present Id D'Jtlon, Ont., thf o( Mrs. McCaffery's father, Mr. M. S. Smith, i f. Kenny yesterday to spend the summer at-While: Rock, B.C. Miss Anderson and Miss -W. Lln-j Bard spent the xxok-end In Barnwell. par- Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS ,WIU KILL MORE HIES THAN OF ANY vSTKKY FLY Clean, to handle. Sold by all. Druggists, Grocers and General Stores the pleats of Miss Anderson's Mrs. Jos. Young Miss jLeah, left Tuesday for I Mr. and Mrs. -W. J. Lloyd 'end fani- ;lly aio leaving thiti: week by'-piotbj- (for Vancouver where. Mrs, spend the her physician.' T'- MrsI A. Caugbi'y haa relurneil to the city after a frienfts in 'Bow Island. u Mr. and 'Mrs. jFranlc L. CruninieV and Mr. aro-.rootorlnp down from -Calgary will the holldaj- with Mf. and Mrs. ing and patriotic' streamers and now presents a gay appearance. Mr, lorn, of the Cannoneers Jan Orches- tra, Is Importing Mr. Bud Rutledge, ouo of leading violinists, es- pecially for this 'occasion proin- .aes an exceptionally fine dance pro- Jifr. Rutledgo will remem- bered by alliwao attended the bis dance at which he played 'on May The refreshment nave completed for tho serv- log of dainties. In fact, awaits the patronage which all Major Jack Ross' aSalrs recelre. The ice creiui and strawberry social be-lug given at the expert- -.STRIKE IS PROCLAIMED IN ROME HOME, June JO. A general strike was Utt night '.jrisy In tht of the The traqi tervlce factorleo and were cloted. Thlt, how- ever, wit largely due to the com- bination cf the feist of St, Peter. A 'from Ternl, In" the province of PerUgut, a cltih with the worsen there, a meeting of the labor, unlonlttt, re- sulted In tenant bilng OUTING FROCK OF. YELLOW CREPE DE-C-HINE Decidedly pleasing is-, this simple frock of crepe de chine. The color favored is a pale, yellow; rather like that of ripening is colia'rcrtJ In; ilruisuaj''.style _ and- the pleated'front is'res'trajaed bV.'a deep belt. Wide eyelets are placed at each side of Iho belt and through them are threaded black velvet.ribbons.' ;The short sleeves are ornamented In si mi? lar style and elaborated with Bleated frills. The skirt has a slnglo hoi pleat ih4he' tront.-'and Jrpm this point it spreads outward- in innumerable pleats. In rose, orchid, white or blue thia'-'drcss is'equally attractive. Winnipeg and 'Ottawa U'here the next few months Wends; will be spent Visiting SOCIAL v 4 Is In readiness for the j big jazz dance to be given by the Jfiss L. Low left today to spend tho' Major Jack lloss Chapter I 0 D B'j holldai T 1th friends in Medicine Hat Juij iEt in the exblblllott halloing t fair grounds WUllam daugWerJ ?he big Isstmbls- hall hai tbesn Miss Eileen, leave .on Monday for handsomely decorated in bunt- usmess i omorrow 'Plenty of FresK Confectionery in variety, All Fresli: Fruits obtainaDle. Special Service in Parlor, course you like ice cream. Just as su rely, you'lr like Our Ice Cream Dishes better than the other kinds. They are made ddiciously delightful by the fine flav- orings that make our cream so tasty and.sb'zeilful. It pays to discriminate. You'll know why after the first venture. The Palace Confectionery CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET SOUTH mental farm promises to be one of the most affairs of Iho season. With', weather condl- tlojis pravalHog many have signified their inteutlbu b't being present. Cars will leafo the C. A. at Intervals of 15 minutes aiter 6.30 p.m. Ride free by ticket. These are available from Y. M. C. A., at the farnj, or trpin raerobers of the to tho Y. M. 0. A.' t Mrs. jfr'.'.li. Hamilton :ras the hos- tess of a delightful !ca yesterday at- (oraoim when Bh'e enterlained a largo number lii 'courtesy to Miss Lewie, re- tiring matron ot the Children's Shel- ter, Miss Tllley of the appre- ciation ijl felt of tbo splendid ser- vice JlfES Lewis had rendered and on beh'alf of tha'Chlfdren's Aid Society board presented Miss Lewis with a silver mesh purse. Mrs. Whiddlngton, on beball of the Central W. C. T. U.. spoke of the regret experienced through the departure o! Miss Lewis in. the W. C-'T.'.U. activities, present- ins her with a white ribbon pin. Miss Lewis acknowledged the gilts most graciously and thahHed the givers for thelr'jjood wishes and for the Islndly sympathy "arid 'co-operation extended her In her work. Miss Lewis lett to- dav for Brandon where she will holi- day, alter will resume so- cial service ,iv o'rkj Dainty were served by- the hostess' 'ririor to the guests' leparture. i That. Iho pupils, of Mr. H. JIcG. Young arc rrinWng ah unique place or themselves in the musical circles of the city is becoming more appar- ent every recital thpy give. The program (presented last evening in the Y. M, C. A.-- auditorium was as enjoyable. as -the. previous recitals have bsun and. reflected creditably on :he Instruction'.recelved. The follow tag performers, .were enthusiastically encored for. their. creditable rendition of- numbers: -lol" McGuire, Ilonald JleJJabb Smith, Evelyn Elder, Catherine Valance, Maynard, .Eleanor -Eleatjorr' 'Irene James.jacjispn, Elvina Reed Edna' Oiahder, Margaret Hardy, 'Annie Reid May Hardy Ruth Qntan, Lois I athrop 1 lizlo McDonald, Helen Red roond. Vera Collins, Edllh Ball, Eileen leary Irene Rfsl Phyllis White Margaret Kathleen Quiun Hamilton. Muriel Allison, James C annoy KithlMn Ball Dorothy Alll sou Mar nrsl Xapllo Carson Edith Baffden, Myrtle Rose, Janet Me llvena tri1 a Olipdar Elhel Jackson tlme-.waq spent on Monday evening'. at the home of .Mrs. Bran dow. 'when she '.was "at to th Protheon class and a few other Sun day school friends ha Lewis Jliss Goodhand apd Mfas all .of whom leaving clt> bhortlj voung women" bays all been cheerful, .faithful and'.1, cffi cient workers In the class, and it li with great regret 'that the remaining members say "good-bye" feeling tha it will be. difficult: to nil their places Tho very wishes of all go with them: The shirtwaist dance, helrl last ev oning under tha auspices of the 0. P R. social 'club was a mtist enjoyablo affair. ChappeU's orcheatra was The post ..off ice la a village In Po- land reports 37 former residents now fn (lie U.S., pemi iiome an average of 1565 per mil a and Cocking utensils. att.endaucc and gava dance program. an excellen ENGAGEMENTS The engagement of Miss Mary N Haight, of llegina. Sack., to Herber Spankie. ol High River, is an nounced. Tha wedding will taka place in Calgary, July 1. WEDDINGS SMITH A ouiet wedding took place Tues- day, June 23, In Knox church, Cal- gary, when tha Rev. A, W. It White- man united in marriage, Miss Jean Smith, of Hal, lo Mr. George Hyslop, of llegina, Sask. HA NOBLE The wedding of Mlsa Helen -N'ob'le, of Tabcr, Alberta, to ilobfrt Brnist Hall, of St. John, N.U., was solemnized at Calgary, In tho presence of a few friends, 'by tho Hov. jf Mc- Cartney Wilson; After tha ceremony the wedding purty repaired lo tho PHI- User Hotel, where a wedding dinner was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Hall Ml for Vancouver, for a short honeymoon trip. On their return they will reside ia St. John. v v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ff .-f McGregor's section of the Re- hckahs will meet at the homo of Mrs. McGregor, 1207 6tli North, to- night at eight oVlock. Mrs. Watson's section (formerly Mrs. Quail's section) or the Rebokahs will most on Friday ovonlng at eight o'clock, at 632 12th St. 3. A full at- tendance Is requested, In .the Ohio psnitcnlary every thing a prisoner weara, eiccpt shoe- strings and collar billions, arc now laadg JQsido tho prispA walls, "I corns in this scientific Million! riares-iii that N. story. So the use hu rpread, until corn troubles Have largely disappeared. K you hare a coin you un'vettle it Jo- eight. And find the way to end every com. V Apply liquid Bbe-jay or a plaster. The pain wil] rtop. Soon the whole com will Ipojen and come out. _ Think what folly it it to keep to S, pue ot psd than, otto two lha eH Jurih Hera ii tKo new-Jay .wa'y, fentie?