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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUC-iiUAY, ftiAHCH 1J, LK1 HKHAIJJ. PAGE 1S1.KVEN, church" win ho. held; This- is a re ft turn, inter-church debate from cuo PERSONAL In: Wesley church a iew weeks ago. Thci of TilUIng IB undoubted Ijr stirring lip'.much interest all ovtr Canada at Iliis time anil this debato is timely. The Wesley Church Is su- ing up its mid-week nieetiDg and its Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brynmer cd ycsicrday from California. left ysSterday for .Mrs. Vancouver. Mr. A. Purcell left yesterday for his forfner homo Rodney, Out. II. II. Xlchols has just returned from a trip to California ami uth''ef coast points. jlrs. A. Arnold and family of Tre- Man., hnvo 'arrived In the city to reside. br, Calvin left for Grassy yos- Uertha HouHon, of Barons sp.cht Iho week end with her parents lu'lhc city. Sirs. lieoplo will- have an opportunity of hearing this debate eu a qucsilou that Is most Important for tho best progress oi Uic church financially and spirit ually. Tiio affirmativo be ed 'uy Messrs. H. and uipul H. Jl. Bnice, while tho on tho negative Dr. Loverini and Mr. Ua.tstoru. it is .lequeaicd at, all aiteui promptly .at S o'clock. j 0. B. S. members and friends wli bo entcrlalncd at a daffodil silver te at Uio homo of Mrs. :Manion, S3S Tt Ht. South, tomorrow aftornopn, Iroi 3.30 until 8 o'clock. 3 Another ot the popular'ivhist drive to bo concluded by aud JIalds of England, wllf-bo give on cvcniiiff, March Ipth, .euibers may attend the Leutou Ser- 1 Too ladies' aid of tho United church icets In tlio liall at 3'o'clock oa rhursday afternoon, WOMEN WORRY NEEOi LESSLY -f Howard Chandler Christy aud N'eysa JIc.Meln, tho artists, declare hat the beauty we see In woru'eh on ho screen, taking perhaps Kath'crlne 'eDonald asvau example, Is acquired. Miss McMeln says: "Many wumen i early wreck their uppearanco and ivcs by worry. They fret over such as their husbands' Incomes, tho care of their children, social'ainbl- jus, their clothes, aud a thousand and one other things. This stamps Itself oil the face of a woman, j I H puts wrinkles in her forehead, i draws tuo lines about her eyes and 11 mouth, and makes her cheeks flabby. 11 Old age at 3d is too prevalent.'lhesol s and can ho avoided." Mr. Euld that If an ordinarily good looking I woman is honest with herself, Isn't 11 conceited and uses common sense, sho I can acquire beauty. Common "sense will leach her to live right, -'think right, and groom right. c- Dame Fashion Speaks Ready-to-wear is exciting.very'.fav-