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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, MARCH THR LETKBRIDGE PAILY HKRALD PAGE SEVEXrEEN spending a vacation at Long strong and -Ty, Beach, are lesilng (or Yancou- unity ver en route home. I may become a uiamber the 'Daughters of Capada on the payment PEMONAL anj Esther B. Sorge. students ot the Business College, have Just been nwarde'd certificates of, pro- ficiency in penmanship by 7aner ant Miss 'Mary Henry and Percy R. Itenry >re In Calgary- Mr.' H.': ffom1 CaU- fornla on FrlSay evening. Bloser Co., Columbus, penmanship pufc'.shera o Mr. Harold Kellato of Calgary spent the two days in the city. Mr. and. Mrs. M. P. Johnston and ttla daughter, of Calgary aro sjoni- ag a few days in the city, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wllrnot of Bow tdand are visiting in the city. Friends of Mrs. 51. Henderson Trill be pleased to hear that she has ijnlte recovered from a. severe attack of. la grippe. Ttye growing interest In the meet- Jogs' at Ardley uow being conducted by Rev. Oliver L. Curtb Impelled him to remain there tor several more days. Neibltt, Margaret M. Gib; that Mr. ariflf Mrs. Henry Desharnats left this al ternoen to feKjdays In Cal sary. Adr'ico has been, racelvel. In ths oil of an annual 'oae dollar who to docfcrntioos of pur- nose." The declaration of purpose Issued by the new society is] as follows: woiuea' At Canada, realiilnf the responsibility1 resting upon us by reason of our newly-acquired status as a sister-nation, which has been declared by the leaders of our gov- ernment and emphasized by the Prico ot Wales on his recent visit, hereby bind ourselves into a national organization, In be known as the Daughters of Canada, In thai we may more effectually develop a spirit of true Canadiaulsm. based on lovo and pride in country; to promote racial concords of Mrs. Andrew Wf.lton ot Raymond will be pleased to hear that tho hospital afu a serious op- cessfulUy undergoing Vritlon. 'To advance through our educa tlonal system and by other method a'knowledge' of sound democrat! I principles CHURCHES AND, SOCIETIES t Tho women ot llooseheart will meet on Monday evening In. the Moose Hall af S o'clock. A full at; tendanco Isf requested. Membership badges havc'ihow arrived, and can be for one dollar. The I.ethbridKC Ladles Choral Club III meet on Monday iinc'of Mrs. Heath sked to make a special effort to at- Do hot make the mistake of think- ing that cocoa is only an occasional drink.. It is so food beverage, so rich in the elements of nutrition, so deli- flavor, and so wholesome that it should be used regularly and often, Booklet of Chiiice Recipes seiti free.'. WALTER BAKER CO. LIMITED MONTREAL, CANADA. ESTABLISHED 1IH DORCfffiSTTER, MASS. The H. C. of B. is largely caused by. waste .resulting 7from spoiled cakes, pies and pastry. Many people do not powder a very important ingredient in' baking, whereas it is most or failure (iependsnipon the powder you select. EGG 0 Baking Powder helps keeps down the HIGH COST OF BAKING, because, first, it is sold at a reasonable price, and second, its double acting qualities absolutely as- aure perfect baking, at all times. Al- ways follow the directions on the label, iyon use less powder. Boring Eei-O in the larger is molt economical for family we. Egg-0 Baking Powder Co. Huniltoo, Canada will spend the remainder of his Ufa uletly and privately on hlj Bojltab. state with bit wife, Bl- lott. In California Hying 1. becomlnf luch a fad that women are buying and 'lying their airships. Complaining that her bust and rous- ed tho family at two and three, o'clock tho ifloralng for Ions "health and took ths blankets from iii cold weather, a Wlllesdeu woman claimed a separation. To hear patiently and answer pre- cisely aro the- great perfections of con- The Duke ot Is rcnort ed to be disposing ot his valuable London estates and tho Dute ol Leeds is also probably getting rid of, his estates on the borders of York- shire, Derbyshire and Nottingham shire, owing to heavy Imposition on landed properties. AS EASY AS A.B.G. Simply drop an OXO Cube into a cupful of hot water, stir with a spoon and your OXO is ready. What could be more convenient 1 A cup of 0X0 is good st all is ready in a minute. it keeps one brimming over Kith health and vitality, our schools, community centres, in he homes and amoug the institutlous ot our people; "To study the construction, history and geography of .Canada, what is In- volved in clltonship.- and our rela- tion to other countries socially; econ- omically and in other respects; "To conserve -and develop our national resources for the benefit of Canadian influence, and to strive lor equality of opportunity in the pro- duction and distribution of wealth; "To welcome grangers within our gates, help them to understand the spirit of our people and our institu- tes unorai (i d cncourago Uiem to bccoma y as usual at the of Canada. members are ..To worfc for tho freedom, peace and prosperity ot tills country, The Art Ncodlowork Club will meet t the. homo of Mrs. G. C. Cope, 1206 th. Avenue south on Monday atter- oon. at three o'clock. The Dominion Hebekah. Lodge No. 1 will hold a social evening in tha s. 0. K. hall on Wednesday, March 4tli. StainerV Cniclflilon will lie ren. dered by the St. Augustin's choir on Phursdny of, Holy week. nnd to encourage wise economy and thrift among our people." The lias declared itself -igalnst the election ot honorary members, life members" or patrons to any position or office. A Dominion charter has been ap- plied for, which empowers organizing la any part of Canada. t CHINESE PRINCESS WEDS Much interest'-is centerins in the former Princess, Nai'-.Tal Tai, the SOCIAL ch.'.rniing little Chinese actress who mrirned Richard McDonald of Halifax .J. .j 4 recently, after' an.acquaintance of 48 hours duration." Mrs. McDonald is Last evening Harper's hall was the Boston, fulfilling a number ot scene.of a very enjoyable social Bath.-j tbeatfij' engagement, but sho plans ering, when the members of tho Im- to to Halifax'In August and perialj'Oii company entertained their) iWi. her husband friends at cards, and dancing. Prizes llas maAa no marrying her. In thet whist rtrlro were awarded as Speaking of marriage, she follows: Ladles, 1st, Mrs. Francis; 2nd i (hst'Jier China did not Mrs.'Croff; Bailey, Of it, probably feel Gents.: Mr.. second, Mr. as ItfA'3 smne ot "Mao's" Cbhb and qo'nsolation, Murch- friomls. 5u8 is 'it'., distinctly pretty ienson.1 dainty- lunch'Ava's- served lady, and small which brought; the evening to a close. ]fer birthplace' is King-Tse- AAonEyhe.'qat'Of'town pres- in Honan, China. Early in her Mrs. was sent lo Maeieod and where French, others.' imd and :taany other i V.' branches. Her English is faultless '.iiA'i-largpiy attended :and enjoyable has a clear ringing intonation that thformal .danco was given last even- is particularly delightful. 'When Ing by representa.five5'of the Farmers was eighteen her fattily went'back to 'Fire and Hall.'Insurance Company in China, but she refused to return home the Masonic ha.il.: Luncheon was snrv-' with thehi. The freedom of ed. Band supplied he music. LADY DALMENY ENGAGED enthnillcd her, nnd after a stormy scene she inudc her mind to be- come inilepcndeni. f 9 It Is ntiderstood 'that a marriage has arranged, for April between Lady Dalmeny and Captain Robert Bingliam Drassey, of lleylhrop Hall, Chipping Xorlon, Oxdn. A nephew ot the first Earl of ISrasccy and the only surviving son of tho late Mr. Albert Brassey, Captain K. B. Brassey, who is ;n. his 15th succeeded to the estates on thn death of his father two years ago. He is a widower with four boy, aged 10, and three girls, the eldest of whom Is 13. Lady Dalmeny is the' younger daughter of the late Lord Henry Grosvenor, and granddaughter of the late Duke of Westminster. She was born in 1S90. and married In 1908 Licut.-Col. Lord Dalmeny, D.C.O., only surviving son of tho Earl of Ttosebery. TIPS TO HOUSEWIVES o That Edmonton will be oblidged lo contribute this year under the act providing for allowances for moth- ers Is estimate of officials. It is pro- posed to provide for this amount of ex- penditure in the estimates. Flower pot stains may be remov- ed from the window sill with wood ash GS. You Can remove mildew spots by applying a mliturc of soap and pow- dered chalk. After rubbing it on tho spot Ifct the article lie In the Bun for a few hours, keeping it damp all the time. WOMAN'S SOCIETY TO DEVELOP CANADIAN1SM 'Recently there has been launched in "Daughters of Canada" is tho name of the new organization whose basis ol work has been expressed as a itrong constructive campaign for tho ilovelopmcnt of Canadianlsm. Commenting on the organization a Liberal Toronto weekly says "A most gratifying sign of the limes is tho Tormatlon of a new women's or- Desalt Gone! Even the little onei have learned the pleasure of Honsymoon Chocolates. The remembrance of the dellcloui flavors calls for the child's atturance that none bt overlooked. THE WALTER W ,8KAW COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Candy Makers Edmonton, Alta. Waste of stale bread may be avoided by toasting It, by freshen- ing moistening the loaf and placing for a few minutes in a hot by drying It and using crumbs In place of flour or starch in recipes. Many Uses for Sod) Common soda is a great help for will cool one so well as a tepid bath Into which has been thrown a small quan- tity ot soda. A half teaspoon lo a quart of water will bo plenty. People who cannot use alcohol will find tho sona and wator a pleasing substi- tute. a headache, nothing can be mord-refreshing than a cool cloth on sotm 13 a nbi Toronto a .new I( nothing TINS OP 100 CUBES. thf -technical naitw 'for COCOA Btottu1-which meant 'Food offlw OWAN OCOA ganlzation, the Daughters of Cnnada, of water In Very little headway can be made in bit of soda 1ms liecii country townrds the nwnkcnlne Kor washing tho baby's hot- of the national consciousness and' iho Mcg or In fact, nothing solla wntcr. (jso bo soila and win sparlile. In cases of creation of a national sentiment based upon affection for and loyalty to country, in wliich Iho women of that country do not lake n foremost j tlio parts atllicled inculcatliiB In the young pride n part In of nationhood antt citizenship. The Daughters of Canada have lieen Ihe tlral lo roact to the senti- ment of Cnnadlan nationhood on which Sir Robert Bcrden and the Prince ot Wales havo been laying stress, if the I'rince of Wales can express his pritle being regarded as a Cana- dian, who In Hits country will ohject to Canadians themselves being satis- fied lo he known, first, last and all the time .19 Canadians? No true Canadian will stultify himself or lier self by being less loyal to his country than the Englishman Is lo. Kngland. Tho aims and objects of the Daught- ers ot Canada aro.attuned to tho spirit of Ibis new epoch when Canadn is preparing the assume the full status and dignity of cb equal of Kngland herself. It h sn Canadian In spirit nnd outlook that n solution of soda and water, half and half, tf j) A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING Taffeta blouses in briglit plaids arc to be featured In apring blouses. 0 Ijiily Forbcs-IloliovBloii (Miss Gertrude will go on tour In England in February with tlio Am- criran play Out of the Kit- which she hopes to produce in Jxjmlon later In tKo'year. Sir Johnson t'arues-Hobcftson has loft the stage for all time. That was his formal announcement made wo look to the day, not far distant, upon his arrival in on (he when this nation-wide movement will Jniporalrtr. following a focv weeks jiny a big plrt buildlnt uu a! zaout In America. doclaros. tin in IJOU DUIJ you keep in mind, that lasting good appearance in shoes, is inseparable from quality? Georgina shoes are made jErom selected leathers, bij men who concentrate long experience upon women's shoes of thebclferclass. When you purchase Geurgina shoes you know that their dialinctton of" alyle is based upon dependable, ahupc-rclaining assurance of enduring satisfaction, Ona Good ProJucifl GEORGINA SHOES ;