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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY THK 'IIFWK.E OUT V PA OR FXRVKS PERSONAL Street receiv 4" to gtian, CO4 12th 5 on Wedues- C. '.MIss'K. .who been at- tending the University ot Alberta, has relumed to tho cijy for !bs holidays. r'.'. Sydney Jackson, ,ot Vancouver, spent tho 'week-end in tho city. many friends of Miss Christine Xclsou will be glad to hear that she Is progressing very favorably alter a successful operation (or'.appendicitis. IMlss Louise Smith and Miss Jessie- Hamilton, woo have been attending the University ot Alberta, have arrived hbmo. v. s Mrs; Cl iV who has been, Jier sister at the coast JOT rctVrnbd 'hb'ino on 'Frl: rMr, T. W. H. Thompson, who was transferred from the Calgary to the branch ot the- Bank of Mont- real In September accountant, lias returned Calgary staff. BOCtAU X 4 Ladles ara'wnuoderl isibc jng> served this iri.thi show rooujs pt tho Hudson's Bay Com pany by members ot the Sir Alexim Gait CliWler.-l.O.D.E. Invitations been Issued by tb Shektnab. Chapter, No.'; 4, H..A. M G. R. A., for the dance- being held li the Masonic Hall on'Wednesday even Ing, May 6th. As there aroV.taly limited number ot tickets available I is advisable-thai all desiring to alien should secure same without delay. f All persons who tailed to sen In their returns trom tickets "sold fo the hospital ball to Mrs. Stames ar asked to kindly leave, them at th Bank of-Montreal with Miss Penn father as soon as.possible. Tho r ports of Ihe aid are .necessarily Incot until all sums arc received. The popularity of tho women Mooso Heart Legion was very roue in evidence last Saturday afternoi when lhey: put on a "bazaar" in tl Moose Hall. The magnetic influen' tills enterprising chapter seems hold over a public I'. A Scientific Color Restorer ___________HtkCcferteitortr. ir la from tc T. Kid of comix. Slate tie color of yoar JIA Airy tt w Twr hair; Koto Tb'n nra vlll know why thoiiMuwK cf jirtMjr hair ro ,5 MAHYT. GOLDMAS' HCTOoWman HIdr.. St. amply proven for. In jsjite of the. storm which raged the hall was packed td-lho oilslft of its ca. pacity. Promptly, at IhS: appointed hour, Mrs. who had graciously consented to open the accompanied by. monfl and Mrs. put in an appearance. Mrs. McKlllop In her opening remarks stated how high; ly honored she being asked to officiate on such an occasion, and tell orolhy and Minnlo Kealcy, little augbters of the Senior Regent, then ese'ated McKlllop and Mrs. ardle with beautiful bouquets of lions, tor which the ladies express- ..their heartfelt appreciation. The enlor officers ot tho louse accouipan- d by their honored guests enjoyed a eloctatilo repast- at the tea tables, hlch wera prettily" with lanis most kliidly loaned by Mr. Ter- II Of the Terrlll Floral Co., and this eolleman is deserving ot the thanks rom tho women ot Mo030 Heart Le- lou for his generosity. A methodical rush was then made pou the heavily loaded stalls, and Ihe eneral convenors wore given the est time of, their The fortunate; olders of tho lucky tickets for the' rcsser scarf given .by Sister Wilson, he beautiful given by Bro. ihlelds, the cushion by Sister Saion- ,nd the cushion given by Sister Will- ams, .were held by Mrs. Tenant. Sis- er Melvln., Sro. .SAmlln and Sister larrison respectively. Towards the hour of S o'clock; the lltferent convenors breathed sighs ot relief as. the different stalls presented a very bare appearance, And the ladles ot the Legion eipress thetr'deepest ;ratltude lo all' who braved the storm inti helped make this, .their Initial 3asaar, such a brilliant success. To ,vlnd_ rup the evening tho floor was beared and a lively, two hours were passed in singing and dancing, after a Jovial crowd- wended their way to their' respective tributed. CHURCHES'AND SOCIETIES The History anil 'Current Events department of the Mathosls Club meet at the home of Mrs. T. S..Fet- terly, 284 7th Avenue South, tomor- row afternoon. As the program for. year Is to be discussed It Is urg- all. on ha'nd'lo offer suggest Ion's and 'o5E-, line a'constructive program.' and A DivotCe Contest r clough, Edmonton, Alex Taylor school; Eva Fortln, Coivley, Cowley public; Mtilne Whllla, Whltla S. D. 2061; Reggie Elliott. Claresholm, Claresholm public; Lillian Nichols, Red Deer, Refl Deer public; Helen O'Brien, Aldersou, Alder sou public; J. A.. Macleod. Macleod pub- INDIAN COMMITTEE REPORT NEARLY BIG FUN'ERAL FOR MR. OTTAWA, May ev- MACKAY IN OWEN SO ery matter being dealt wllh by the en special committee on the amendment to the Indian Act Is ready tor report jo excfepl that of compulsory enfranchise- NE W YORK, S el yn Nesblt Tliaw Clifford haH been nerved 'with a! mond" "Consolidated; Robert TInsh, summons in a suit filed In New York j Clyde, Clyds Consolidated; Helen _________ _______r__ Itci'llarold Stevenson, Grenurn, Jumbo' inent and when the committee meets Lomond. Lo-laja'a tomorrow It hopes io make cuo- siderablc progress toward a satisfac- City for absolute divorce by her sec- ond husbaud, Jnck Clifford, who was school; Kvangellno Kaynior, Calgary, htr dancing partner. wife of Harry K. Thaw has declared Intention of contesting the case. i Cherry prove, Cherry Grove tory solution ot tho voting of .Ontario, wblch. was- held Alexander school; Gertrude Molson, Calgary, Earl Grey school; Inez Irvine. Calgary, Haultaln school; JIary Breey, Calgary, St. Anne't ECbool; Jessie Mc- Pherson, Calgary, Suuaita school; Orr Lee, Calgary, 'Stanley school; Elsie Quail, Kdmonton, West Mount school. W. G. .E. Boyd. assignee, died unex- pectedly Hamilton. SOUND 2, ot the largest funerals ever Been In Owen Sound was that ot Hon. .Alexander Grant MacKay, riunldpal affairs ot Alberta, aad} lornifcr Liberal'loader in the'province The committee Is sitting Tho main point at Issue Is the Idea t of! here tho overBowi crowds wero' compelling Ihe Inuianp to addressed by Hon.-Duncan Maf- franchlsed when otficenj .ot his re-1--- ierve tblnk ho Is qualified.' BRITISH DERELICT DESTROYED WASHINGTON, Jlay tion ot the Britlsn ship Wcstgate, which was reported as a derelict a week ago. 300 miles sbulheast of Man- tucket Island, was aanounced today by the coastguard service. shall, minister of agriculture for Alberta, and J. C. Elliott. ex-M.L.A. Both speakers paid high tributes lo Mr. MacKay. Soda will remove spots from paint I that soap has no effect upon. Louis Leigh Wins a Many. Southern Pupils in List that such a noblo work as that engag-. ing of every success. Mrs. .Senior en In by the Legion was deserving of Regent responding Etat'od how highly' hbnoreS the ladles ot the: Legion felt at having s'ach dis- tinguished 'g'ueiitsV-and although It was tho first. llma.they.-had had the plea- THE FASHION FORECAST 'f