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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LRTHBnmc.E, DAILY PAGE. ELEVEN left rntwtey lor SOCIAL The card party lUace glr- u; thrf 6 wertB TirMlon in en la St. Basil's auditorium tomorrow at 3.30 p.m.. wher. Miss Edi'.h Eliza- beth Dempster, third daughter o! Mr and Mrs. Alex. Dempster and Mr. Robert Maxwell, elder son of, Mr. and Mrs; Joseph Maxwell, of Sutnmervlew. irare united ID the holy bonds ot matrimony. Nr- Mrs. Otto Serge witnessed the ceremony and after a i luncheon, tho happy young couple left for their home In At'AH Sslnls cathedral Spokane. Washington, by the Aov. Frederick on the filth of March Cora. Alberta, only daughter of Mr. tad Mrs. George Love, ot Rertlond, Alia., to John .Robert Godfrey Crispo, manager of tb'r. Union tiank ot. Can- ada, Elnora, Aiia ton ot.lhe late Fvau- Crispo, Montreal. An Interesting ceremony took pi. In the auditorium at Dlacklo on -Veb- 25, at 9 o'clock in the evening, when Margaret Leila, eldest daush- ter of Mr. A. M. Pope, became thg wife ot Mr. William John Anderson, late of the 3Ht Battalion. After n abort trip north, Mr. aud Mrs. Ander- InMjht by the Uiiee .of St. Patrick's f I church promisee, to be one'of .out- Hr, T. VlUance BUndlnc- mccess. .The committee In aid Advice o( ifae death'of h'U'tatlwr cht'rce hu been preparing tor wreral 'ii TabiworUi, DorwtibJre, Enflud. weeki and not the jlljhtPit.'MJettll ermpathy of wide circle of which would contribute towards mak __ r __. _______ 'ritedt Mr. J. T. Inj the evening one of the jon will'reside at their home ot and his brother, Mr. success has -been overlooked.' -.The Blackla. d.. R. of Cmlcary, In their decorating committee 'report elaborate VaretTtuMBt. accomplishments and the refrettiments 'are proratted to that cenid IS.r, Jlclntyre left for his home tn desired; Mjgrtth MrSp TJroBiean'g orchestra to learn of vlll be Persons desiring play cards are CHURCHE8 AND SOCIETIES !n.New York ot be present promptly'it S.30 Cosah.t. He will arrive In this aB the" committee are anxious that all early part o! next week. j should, have an eqW opnortunity in 'fhe winning of the-excellenti'prizes Falrileld returned from provided. V IXi ryesterfay. .'I nemember (he place tomorrow ntgnt is St. Basil's'auditorium. Hew St. ;Mr. Longworth anil Mr. George Patrick's Joy seekers will find JaatQj loft thjiaffcraooii for Montreal.. coula desired.in the way v tainment'arid wholesome amusement. jliK! many friends of Mrs. J.ilX Me-; niMler-floiuOa, will be de-1 Heaps of fiib.'rlppllne raerVlraent lighted to learn that .they are now flml a Jovhll entertainment mide the bo aboul after their long ill- p4rty aml dancc Jng.under tie auspices of the C: P. R. and :Athletlc Club In ;R_': Palmer returned to the The Home Nursing division of. the St. John Ambulance Brigade will meet at the resilience of Miss Bawden, 1255 4th Avejuic on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. i A special meeting In connection with-the forward movement will be held nt S o'clock tonight In St. Mary's church. All parishioners ore request- ed to attend. 9 Tho W. C. T. TJ. with Mrs. Ingram at 1610 3rd Avcnuo north, on-Thursday at 3 o'clock. Tho Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Hyssop, GOD 13tli St. south on Wednesday afternoon'. playing has just frur.1 tho Koyal andUoyM y of Sluaic. Miss Annellsyis the large .inches of ecf 'vti ariiply evidenced theap -functions are becoming Miss B. M. Hnnna, toller ion Bank of Canada, Ih. nionds. Gentlcinw's first. Mr. ,J. Clarke; consolation. Mr. H. C. Gra- ham. Following the serving of