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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAT 8, THE LErhBRUXSE IffittALtt NINETEEN PERSONAL Miss Edith FLNV-aad ,illia Marie Moriarty, R.N, (eft today for Calgary. Mr. and MTE. Staples, of Wycllffe, B.C., wero visitors In tho city. a Mrs. G. F. Blotter Is vlsltins In tho cast with Mrs. W. S. Bletcher, 1'ort Hope, end will bo gone for sev- eral months. Mr. It. Gllley, who has been attend- ing the University of Toronto, is spending a few days In Ihe city route to Uis homo In New Westmin- ster, B.C. Morgan, of Edmonton, Is spending B few days In the city! tho; -guest of his aunt, Mrs. George AVe. South. and daughter, of Bow are week-end guests In the C. Godfrey, of Hardleville, sailed for England on Friday, May 7ih, whero ho will spend the next few months visiting his mother and rela- tives. Friends In, Lelhhrldge wero Ear- wards of Ens. The luarrlago.was'solemnized in Knoi church, Calgary, bviRev. Sir. Wilson. Mr, 'and JotasLou returned to jjuj will reside They spent their ibneyiabo'ii is1 .Baiiff. Mr. Ualfour, of Calgary, is a guest in the city. J. W. Oliver, of Bow Island, was a business visitor In the city yesterday i F. W., Downer Is-cii a h'u'slncss trip to Spokane. Mr. Thos. Thompson, of Calgary, is a visitor 'u the city, Richard Reid, 'of Graulea, is apend-' ing Eome time in' the city. J1r. J. Slafford, of Grass, spent Friday In the city! Mrs. (Judge) Jackson -was1 a bridge hostess last evening. congratulated on thn efficient manner which they conducted tho affairs. of tho evening. Those OE tho com- lulttee were, C. F. O'Connor, H. A. Biggs, W. U. Duwson and Mr. B. P. Maclean. Tho. club wishes to thank ihe girls on tho refreshment commit- tee, which included a girl from each bank, who so kludly assisted with thd Thoso on tho refresh- ment committee wero tho Misses Mabel Winter, Mary Simpson, Ada Murray, Marion McCauibly, Blanche Hilling, and Mrs. 11. Daxson and Mrs. U. B. Darley. A whist drive and Janco will he given on Tuesday evening In the Ma- conic hall, under the auspices of the 0. P. It. Social and Athletic Club. Cards will begin promptly at 8.30 o'clock, wheu guests are- asked, to be present. WEDDINGS V ft SOCIAL Over one hundred couples attended tho program dance given by: the Leth- HEG JOHNSON marriage took place at the manse this morning, at 11 o'clock, May Sth, of-Clarence Lawrence Byron Hegland, to Martha Johnson, both of Enchant. "The 'attendants were Miss Madge Johnston and Mr. Carl John- sob, sister and brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hegland will reside in Rrichant, Aid of the United- church was held In ths ball ou afternoon and tho year's 'submitted. These were enthusiastically received, show- ing marled every depart- ment of the ald'8' activities. crablo work had'been accomplished on, parsonaga church eipens- es, Travellers' 'Aid, and floral tributes, as was shown splendid-reports submitted.- Officers for tho ensuing year were- elected, as follows: President, Mrs. .Ijludsay; vice-presi- dent, Mrs. MoOdle; recording secre- tary. Mrs. Caspell; treasurer, Mrs. Gray. A vote of was tendered to the retiring president, Mrs. Moodlo, whosa'uutirlng efforts and devotion to duty 'has been for much of tho aid's success." Mothers' Day will be observed in tho United church tomorrow. There will-to a splendid program of tab- leaux, readings, etc., rendered at tho masa mooting of the Sunday school department at 3 p.m. in the church. At (he tbn r'lto H baptismal will he administered. In tho-evening thop-pastor speak on the subject, "Cod and Mother." Art Needlework Club will meet at ihe home of Mrs. John Livingstone, north of tho C. P. ft. tracks, on Mon- day afternoon at 3 o'clock. The women of Mooseheart Legion will meet-on Monday evening at 8 largo at- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The morning service aad celebration of Holy Communion at SL Marj''fi church da' Sunday will bo conducted by Rev. Dr. Westgato. 1 The Venerable Archdeacon Hayes wishes to meet tho people of St. NEW STEAMSHIP SERVICE couver, Seattle, San Francises ami San Pedro. The South American ports SAN KHAXC1SCO, May Pa- cific Motorship Company announced today It would inaugurate a South American service about June 15, when the 500-ton Balsatia clears from Van- couver, H.C. Four ships will be placed on the rua to carry general cargoes. Tho North American ports are Van- aro Payta, Etcr, Callao, -Molleflde, Peru; Arlca, Iqueque, Anlnfagasta and Valparaiso, Chile. Boiling water will remo-e tea stains and many fruit stains.- Four the water through tho stain and thus prevent It irom spread ing ever the fabric. o'clock In tho Moose hall. tendance is requested. Miss Isabella Curamtngs has been appointed secretary of the department of agriculture. Saskatchewan provin- cial and has tho distinc- tion of being .the first woman In Can- ada to'he appointed to such a posi- tion. Lord Aspley, Aged 25, Will Be Representative of Oldest London Daily. MONTREAL. Jlay youngest delega'.u to the Imperial Press Confer- ence, to he held in Canada this sum- mer, will be Lord Aspley. 25 years old, who will represent the Morning Post, tho oldest of the London dailies. Ho is the oldest son and heir of Earl Balhursl, hoad of an ancient family which has given England a lord chan- cellor and a secretary for war. Ills mother, Countess Bathurst, Is tho daughter of Lord Clencsk, former pro- prietor of tho Morning Post, of which sho Is now the directing head. Names of delegates to tho confer- ence, additional to those already an- nounced, have been received by G. K. Crandall, honorary- secretary of the Canadian Press Association commit- tee in charge of arrangements. These are: From L. Woodhead, proprietor of the HuddnrRfield Eiam- Iner; T. B. Naylor, chairman of tha London Printing League and chair- man of the London joint council of Tiado Unionists and chairman of the Ixmdort Labor party; L. G. Taylor, proprietor of Iho Bristol Times and M Irror. From. Patrick McG'rath, proprietor of the St, John's Evening Herald. BLUE RIBBON bridge Bankers' Dancing duo evcnfiig in tho Masonic hall. usual enjoyable danco music -was sup- prlscd to learn of tho marriage of plied by the Cannoneers' flve-p.icce or- Robert '.tho'.conimlitee are to, bo last "Mary's church at the parish hall on Tne ucsday, May llth, at S p.m. All icmbers or the congregation arc rged to attend. Stewing the fartt open t CLEANSED vitlt Liftbi meats d healthy stfa. decidedly gain to find that makes the bath a refreshing delight.1; It is de'cidedly a to1' find in that'-Soap a 'hea.Uh bringer as That is the double benefityou gaiti witK j: soap the utmost .purity we gentle disinfectant .agejjt; that makes 'the skin "glow with Th.p healing, copious lather o( Lifebuoy .thoroughly cleanses Ihe pores an'd leaves them disinfected aflil sweet. The mild Lifebuoy odour 'quickly vanishes after use. All iroctri Lifebuoy. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO If "But; Scar my lovely neck? I'd rather was the re-, ply of Gaby. Deslys. noted French actress and beauty, to the statement. of her- physician that the last hopej for her -'life lay. in an operation, which- would scar'her beautiful rieck. The operation was never performed 'and-Gnby died at Ihe height of her aged 30." Had it not been her neck and on which disease laid its 'destroying finger pro- bahly Gaby Deslys would today be an will hold their regular monthly well oh tho road 'to health. But nleeting on Monday Afternoon at 3 clock sharp annual meeting of tne Ladfes As a feature of the Motrer Dav rpgram tomorrow, in Wesley Snnday chool; h "bouquet "of 'flowers will-he Iveh to the.youngest and oldest.moth- r In eich of the following depart lents of Sunday school: Trim- rj class Junior cliss B0gmners' lass A Email prize wilt als.j ivcn to the having thodargest ttendance, The St Augustin s omen s PRIZED BEAUTY ABOVE ALL -I; Milk ttat is turned may }je render- ed fit lor use hy stirring' in a IKlle baking-soda. Columbia Beautiful Wdrrien of Society, during the cast seventy year, have relied upon it for their..du'Dig appearan ic. The 1 soft, refined, white complexion Gottraud's Oriental Cream FFRD.T. liOPKMS (t QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY Kingiton, ARTS rl of the Articor rse may licrorercd by correspondence SCHOOL OF COMMERCE BANKING MEDICINE EDUCATION Mining, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical :and Electrical ENGINEERING 'tUBMER SCHOOL KAVIBJI1IOH SCHOOl' JuIy.andAugust KING, Aetlsit. lUjUilrar SAVE THE Macaroni as a Food The test of food valne in any article of diet is in ils supply of energy units. Pounr] for pound. Macaroni conlains more energy unils, more bone and muscje building qualiliei lhan meals, eggs, fab, pouluy, etc. Being caceplionaliy high in nuliilion, the nest comidairion ii the cosl. Macwoni is a ceil economy, because il less half Ihe price you pay for choice meal culs loday. Fuilh'cirnore, Macaroni can be picpsrcd in over 100 different appetizing dishes. So as s food Macaioni prcjcnls cndtess oppoiluniiics for ihe ihrifly housewife. Try Macaroni your Grocer; A food for Ihe or poor. lioso were features "of her 'bfeaiily U Mrtiicli sho'topk especial delight n her estimation nothing could en- ance their even tho I narvelous pearls'" which eircu King -Jlanuel of Portugal and]