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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta  M^. Mrs. R,'^ J. 'yollA !of Citf-, ^_____, , nwtagaiy ^ere vlBltors in tHe dty 4o-,co!. OiW>ert B Philip -lialli''*, ert P^llp, O. BLad^,'^a It.,and Mrs. O. W. Irving left on DdAjr for Rosedale, where they Win Mr Mttni in futkre reside, f-r �   Mf0i MHha Boultto of Barons is th�,8i^eiit of ber tarenta^ in fbtf city for a few dhys, ' ^ ' ' Ml*. iSld ItancftB. and two sons, fdf Ka/itloo|kg, B. C, Tlilted friend� lii tli^ city loday en route to Raymond. Miss Wllkle wni take the, itosltlon of temporary looting lady Qrli^cipal j>f WeHtMiniter ladles' College, Edmbn-tonrltt'place of liflBS McBrfdewhO'liaB resiled on accoont of lll'baalth.' � WibDINOS   4.�  ? away. Mrs. Macaalay _ ihnally long;identlUed'with '''the! anar^ t^bit 18 a niece dft>#;^ !�nry PAfltt, ex-toajCor of Wlrexhatte coueln ot the lal^ li*But.--6feneral 08 T^.^FUln^Hi^ MifUoi^-aeneral ____________________i^Obei'tabq; oonBltf1>y^tt|irrii|^e 'of General Sir William Blrdwood. ifnd by another connection bears the same relatlOitship to'liord Halgr and to the latd CIJ*. "B�enttefrCowper, R. N, formerly British nitviUattoche atBer- �� t  � Churches and tociKTin � "Hh^i marriasfe of Miss Cora Millasa Oottrlle, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.^' iamea Gourlie *of Ocononiowoe> Wis./ to Mr. C. B. Thomas of Bilfons; Alta^ vwas quli;itly solemnized In Cat', gary.' on April 24th, Rev,'- Sykes.of-flciating. J , Mr.A&nd MrQ. Thomas will reside In The^>LiidieB' Aldipc Knox Church will hold their ^egitlar'monthly meeting >r Mission Ckde will meet on Thursday  , attemoon at 3 o'clock In the Baptist clfutch. '..Miss Schweitzer of Chicago wUl fipeiik'ot her work among the girisr. All interested are cordially in: vlted. ^? HOPKINS-SCOTT . The^ marriage of Florence Made-Ihi'ji,^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wellington iScott, Admlrar rpAd, Toronto, to Capt. Robert Holmes Hopkins, soAJof Mr. Jnstice and Mrs. O.' H. , Hopk^s of Cayuga, was solemnized at thc^^Cinrch of th� Red�emer; Torohtp, by:,t9d Rer. O. ^, Jajnea.  JTv ? . i; r ^ASRA^LOUOH-ORBEN The; CoiiiNisttefial ChWch, North Ros^c^l^ Toronto, was the scMie of a ve*yf ^etty wedding on Tnesday/even-, ing, A|>rll 20th,.when Ufarton Mortittier, dangtater of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Oreeii; W Roxborough Drive,, Torontq, he^anieihe bride of Dr. W. t(*'ray Barrit'Clough, son ot.Bev, W. H. Bar-raolquarh. The ceremoht wis c^n^ d^etted� gropm's latbeiiv and byitbe Rev. Ronald Met.----, , MAYOiR-WBIB The monthly meeting of the ];,adtes' Aid of t6e UnitM Church will be held on Thursday at 3 p.m. In the ball. As this is the annual, meeting all mem*, bers are 'urged to bp present  �,  The OirW. Bible class. .of Knox church will, meet at the home of the president, 625 9th St. south on Thursday evening at 8 o^cIock. The'Travellers Aid report having met 2^0strains 4!ii:ing the month of April when -61 riMta^ns wcire assisted. Positions were secured for two girls and/oHfteen young girls, helped in various ways.  � ^ . . ...     j 4. PROMINENT WEDDINa ,    � �  �   �      i% a i�(yifls^,bast�)^tinlkn3^tlin difficul(pt||�nio^e fresh chetise "lirlW crjmn^fsi'are used* t od butfer^* or.. creamed vegetable, and every bit ot fhe stems may be used. Cut in small Mts, simmer in a little water, corered, for about an hour, and until |ho .water has boiled^ away. Serve 4ri a cream sauce, with orvwithout toast. Avoid earthenware for keeping butter or cooking fat, as Ht absorbs greasd. Us� enamelware or glass. Stand a tough piece ot meat In a vinegaysolntlon overnight and it will be' teflder. ' � 'TORONTO, May iR.^Sfiss Dorit Margaret "KBetty) Greene, daughter ot Mm. Sidney Greene, of this city, was' inwnrled :-.tpday' In St, Faults .Anglican ctiurcih, 4. � ^ ^ � ^ � � � 4> � J ^ tips' ^0 housewives ^4. 4,> 4>^ �  �      ^ YOU DO; Lethbridg^ Olrls: Ag^ee MornlRsr '-:'lSisui fade trop, But Not From iP'ear of Germs Thoroughly warm the knife-board and a brilliant pollBh can be quickly obtalced. / Suk ptiddin^S cannot be over cook^-�d. Tbe longer they are steamed or boiled the easier,thpy; will be to'digest., -'^I -J- To ensure.a good glow on starched collars, fl?*t inlx th& starch with cold water,'add,a: tiiiy himp of butter, an^ thusiasni. - Besides, when one hali "M; then poar oiiAthe bolMng wMer. , -   � � �  MACAULAY-PAMN , On April^21, at' Upton; St. Leonards, England, >tbe''mar!iriago took plaice. of Mr, Ti B. Macatalay, Of Montreial, to uMargaret, daughter of the late A^IA Palltt, of Gloucester. The Ker.^Ctaon Brewster officiated, assisted 'Jiy the Rev. Ailfred l^lin, uncle of the bride. Wlien beating whites of eggs see ! that the beater is dry and clean. Add a pinch of salt to the whites; this makes them froth up vei^ quickly.  ^   � Salted foods shoiild Sever be put away in alnuminuni utensils, � � ., .-'^ �..   . If suet is melted i|i the oven usd put into Jars it Will.keei) any length ot tloie. It is mqch , � "RUSSEtrTESl' FREED .NEW YORK, May 5.-Jcseph F. Rutherford, head ot the "Russelite" f4ith and eight of his church officers, were freed' today in the federal court In 'Brooklyn when indictments against eight of them charging violation of the Espionage act, and an indictment charging perjury against the ninth, were dismissed on motion of Federal Dljstrlct Attorney Ross. GAME POSTPONED  WINNIPEG, May 4.-Tocftiy's baseball game-between. Winnipeg and Saskatoon -has been called off owing to wet grounds. The .teams play at Saskatoon tomorrow. STEAMER LOSES SHAFT, , BOSTON, Mass., May 4.-The British, steamer Vellavia reported, her shaft gone and asked that tugs be sent to her assistance in a wireless-intes*. cepted by. the nafal �'Station .here. "Sue. left Liverpool'April 22 en route to Ijew York. � HELP THE BABIES! TAG DAY, MAY 15 Cutting Down The High Cost of Clothing and Dry Goods iie ill liatkward 4^ M UMk itodcs ]iei(i|l|d inbfi^keii thtonghonf mort twwf departaent A^f*^�f To reduce these and start tlditgs movinf weareoMivr pH)ees�|eveitt^ THURSDAY; FRIDAY AlID SATURDAY. Read ^ whole Est carefafly. A Spucial Three Day Sak of Dress Goodf 9 WOMEN'S CHAMOISETTE GLOVES :SaturaI| white, blacli grey. AU tt-All v^' atea. Fdt65.OO. Splendid siilts of aSi irool Serges and TTlcotlnes, b�80ti� fully made and- richly lined. $75.00 and fSO.OO values. |�C AA Reduced to ...:...................... DD�UU LADIES'SPRING SUITS. REGULAR $09.00 AND $70.00 VALUES. REDUCED TO $^7.00. A big assortmeijt of^ntyllsh-suits at this prioa. Made from pure tirool Tricoline, Serge .and'Gabardine. Gopd value. Civ^HH at 170.00. Reduced td ..... 1..........\.........'......� vV SUITS that soW lor $58.00 and $60.00. Now re. duced to ....... i... 48.50 SUITS that sold at $35.00 and $45.00. Now'rc-duced to'. .1.................... 28.50 Greatly Bediici^ Prlil^ Oipll Oun Cmts SAVE $7.U tf $12.00 ON Tobg SPRING COAT ^lijfijlie -dabairdiJie, Velour ai^d Trlcotln* Cloth Coats ^5i;^''in'bocomiB5^�yie8 and p ' Z" 'CdATS that sold at $70.00 and $75.00 reduced to................ $6100 ALL COATS that sold at $50.00 and $56.00 reduced to.................... ........ $46.00 ALL COATS that sold at $45.00 reduced to $37.00 ALL COATS that sold at $35.00 reduced to $27.50 ALL COATS t4t sold at $30.00 reduced to $24.00 ALL COATS that sold for $25i00 reduced to $20.00 18 WHITE HUCKTOWELUNG Good quality bleached buck, plain or taped border. Regular 40c qualiity. SPORT FLANNEL In grey. Suitable for basebaM uniforms, 27 -inches wide. Price, per yard 33c Extra SpiHiiiil Bargains in fanqr Dresses GOING AT MALF PRICE. Taffetas, Satine and. Crepe de Chines; also a tew Georgettes, assorted colors and sizes. Any ,| f qa dress in this lot on Sale at 11 �Vv All tlie Newcllt Dresses ARE IN THIS DEDUCTION SA^ ' Representing Savings o^$7.00 to $it().Op on Every "Garment. Georgettes, Satins; Taffetfts, TilcOlebtes; and "Crepe de Chines., $80.00DRE^ESredtic^ to.. ^:........ .$70.00 $65.00DRESSES reduced to . ......$56;00 $55.00 DRESSte reduced to ........... .$47.00 $45.00 DRESSES reduced to �.........$38.00 $38.00 DRESSES reduced to ........... .$33.00 $30.00 DRESSES reduced to ....... > ... .$24.00 " WOiilEN'SSliJK BOOT HOSIERY with DEEP RIBBED TOP, ,, 1.35 colors brown, bhanipagne, grey, black, white. 36 INCH WHITE NAINSOOK COTTON 33c Plnc