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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURL1AY. MAY WM r.FTMHliiniiK Hf.llftLD PAGE PERSONALS V Mr. K. W. RIekle. newly appointed manag'er' of tho. Canadian Bank of Commerce, arrived in the city from MacHwd on' Saturday. Sin. D. C. MMmllfan Is the guest of Macmlllau, Rlverdale Ate., Calgary. Mrs. George Hudson was the guest of Mrs. ilucdod! during her stay In Edmonton. Mrs.'O. L. Taylor and Mrs. V. H. Stestln'ger, of Carmongay, arc vreck- end guests at the home of Or. Mrs. Bryans. and Miss Irene Beech, of tho Bank of Montreal stiff, Cranbrook, re- turned to her home after a pleasant vacation spent tn the city. Mr. George Kemm-tett last night for Calgary, where ho will In future re- T. Prowso are spending the holiday: with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prowse, Bow Island. P. Hick. Ucgent ot the Major Jack Rose Chapter, I. 0. D. B., left cu Thursday ,for Calgary to attend the National I. 0. V. K. convention. B Cranby Sholtoii, who has been spend- ing tho winter in Ireland, arrived in the city this week. c Mrs. J. M. Henderson and daughter are at present guests ot Mrs. Hender- son's parents, Mr.'and Mrs. F. Hen- derson, Bow Island. C. A. Magrath, Ottawa, and P. L. Naismlth ot Calgary, are visitors In the Members ot the Knox church choir ho attended the Musical Festival in Edmonton last week included the fol lowing: Conductor, K. F. Layton. So- pranos: Miss M. Hazell, Miss Donald, Miss Hilling. Miss li. Hazell, side. Cope, Mrs. Laylon. Mrs. Rae, Mrs. Parts, Mlsa Patterson, Miss N. Hazell, Mr. E. Downing, of Medicine Hat..Miss AIrd, Miss Mun- and "daughter Helen, arc- weekend visitors In tha city. Miss B. For left on Saturday for Hillcrcst, where her fither Is now resident. C Mrs. J. Gordon Carson and Miss M, Tea-time joy That afternoon cup of Lanka! Refreshing, stimulating, every sip a pleasure! Blended from the choicest Ceylon growths from British" hill gardens T- the supreme tea for British tastes. Order today. BRAID CO., Vancouver, Canada I (HE pleasure of choosing suitable not be marred by uhcertainty as to the lasting qualities either of color of rnaterial. AIlticrJEri Petmans now mcani in hosiciy that tlic loltellcof "iKc womin dictates, there ii ttill the underlying quality been associated witK ihe name Pcnmins foe l-'cc daintineAS without ttmetnber the I HOSIERY roe, Miss Smith and Miss Blain. Al- ton: Miss H. AIrd, Miss Proctor. Prlcol MUs Scott.. Miss Robertson, Miss Strote, Miss Flyun, Miss Lilly, Miss Ernest, Mra. Campbell, Mrs. (Dr) Campbell, Mrs. McLean and Miss Fil rner. Tenors: Messrs H. McG. Young Jarvls, Faunch, .Boonnaj and Thorn. Basses: Messrs. Fleming, Scott, Vallance, Thompson, Wilklns, Crawford and Holt. Medallist Ine .at !t .has raiastate- ont as a Tog leal result of the return t the latter calling an extension-of the material an ncht.or. so- belpK'the .'normal j-walst Ine. Tho termination of tho basque SOCIAL Miss Erika Olander, pianist of the United church, of North Lethbrldge. who was successful in winning the. medal for the open piano sight play- Ing test at the recent Musical Festi- val at Edmonton, .being credited with 100 per cent, lii marks, also receiving the' certificate tor second .place in piano sight accompanying. She is a pupil ot Mr. Hi McG. Young, and has taken part in his recitals tor the past four or live years. Miss V. Elton and Mr. Geoff Wad- dloglon entertained a number of their friends at a delightful dance iast evening In Harper's Hall, over thirty coupler icing present. on the 31st May by ibo ladles of St. Patrick's church in the Masonic Hall Excellent music has been secured ant those desiring tickets are urged to telephone their wishes to Jlrs. Miles phone 1278, as soon as possible. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES' The" members of the Lethbrldg< Ladies Choral Club will meet on Tvies There was a verrT-happy reunion of the old Grade XH.'bunch'last evening at tho home of Mrs. W." Hamilton and; a very Jolly lime was spent "In games-and'contests. After a most substantial and Insplr- Server iTwm bVnSa" f it contains the form of the rendered, every member Is asked antt-slropho and epode. It is written i ra.aKo a J h In Iambic pentameter, heroic couplet, I ,The In the pseudo-classical style ot Pope copies of "The lllver ot Stars' t and the melancholy mood .of Grey's tllls Practice. t Elegy: "Oh School, hall to thee wo sing; A little learning Is. a'dangerous thing. Come round me 'all ye merry rhym- 'Eters bold, tale I'll tell ot High School days of old; long.thy beauteous halls we love to stray, o Kootlte our grievous anguish when away. ntb thy roof we left our longing eyes For memory of old High School never dies." Home Made Cakes and Pastry t. The baker at home knows they're Everybody who eats them knows it. ICE CREAM PARLOR We serve all'the fancy dishes. NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY 404 Thirteenth Street North There will be a eel el ration of Hoi communion at St Mary's church o Sunday at 9.30 a.m. GARDEN PRIZES VALUABLE 'How K. -T, -mastered mysteries ot v .chem. Ind Kiltie demonstrated P.H.! 3.0.4 pro tern, n physics, labs, where Mr. Crawford toiled, n lecture rooms where poor Miss Bennett boiled; n all the haunts where Dobble and me strayed, OUT-thoughts remain and ne'er shall bp decayed." life at lengtV we And scrawled- our names In other halls'of fame. f.S., with all thy faults wo love thei Of trig and fun we mora than got our "fill; When gray our pates and wrinkled Is our brow, We'll love thee better than we lo've thee- now." Eitenslvn plans are being formed 'or the rose dance being given under Ihe auspices ot the Jack Ross Chapter, T.O.DiE., on Juno 3rd. The committee In charge are confident that this dance will surpass In richness of, appointment all previous Tho newly organized Military Chap: ter, I. 0. O. E., are planning to give t. tea dauwint on Saturday, Juno 12lh. In tho G.W.V.A. club rooms. evening.nt Henderson Park main pavilion, when it Is expected 500 couples will bo In attendance. Many are anticipating with plca- stiro attending the dance being given is largely a matter of each design-1 The- first thunder storm of tho sea er's Idea of graco und style; and Introduced. Itself by shaft of lightning at bake shop In Edmonton, demolishing the and startling the employes within, without doing further damage. differences which ciltt lu the latest models are merely a variation of pne theme -rather' IBJJI the Introduction of any discordant note. To encourage greater Interest In tl production ot vegetables, the Woman Civic Club ar.e offering prizes of for first and fo to adull and first and S2 second to chlldre for the best are asked to notify K W. Downer, 127C 3rd Avenue 606, as soon as'possible. c- 't GENERAL Every year the second-hand clothing dealers ot London sond uiutisands OE pairs of cast-off stockings to Central Asia, where they are used as gloves and arm coverings. In proportion to population a larg- er number of divorces is granted in japan than In any other'civllized conn- try In the world. t The brevity of skirts was a topic of conversation among 'those ivho aU lornled the smart New York weddings of last week. For not only are the Bklrts short, but they nre slashed or finished at the bottom with folds of sheer shifts so that' the effect I: further emphasized. Qucsn Mary has certainly a mind ot her own, and is not afraid to exer- cise her authority. Although tho youn- ger members of-the royal family ari very fond of dancing, 'the Queen has resolutely set her face against them being seen at subscription dances because, as slio 1-iSa heard to say All arrangements are being complet- "she does not like her family, fo bo cd today for the holiday dance on Moh- i used for purposes." There will bo no formal state ball at Buck- ingham I'nlace this season.' Patr'cla. Ramsay (Princess Patricia) and her Itusbaud have taken n house at Birchington, an Has Coast seaside resort about two hours train journey from Ijondon. lurching ton, which is In Tbanet, ijs only a sriiiili town of people, bti H.'hiis lakly bcciwe j rto a fashio1. Tcsort. wltvh London folk. Thero "Princess 'Put" with he ittsband and baby, will spend "the bcs part the nummer, but will be able to como to London quite frequently r Thai- a modem woman writer de- clares marry. So that there wl! bo somebody to telephone lo th tailor when their suits ncod pressing and women nwrryt So that when'lit goes wrong some one besides them selves may be blamed. "When docs n coat cease to be a coa become a cape? That's th fashion problem of the moment, fo coats arc so essentially wraps, so graceful In their draplr.g of them with cape-like and sleeved 'that are mere It seems hardly fair to call them mere- ly coats. "While sleeves have src-wn shorter, waists, on the contrary, have grown longer. Nearly every ono of the French cotitnriercs bag decided on each ot these points, and tho agree- ment has brought about an Intercstlns compromise In lines that will likely be approved by tho American woman. Tho waist length j's not In trio least related to the chemise typo of tlifess, which has, literally, no waist- just one year married Hew you fittingly celebrate the Mont Important winivcrury in your life the untnmry of "jurt one year f Shall it be aflcnvtr kad bon-bon celebration, dainty dlntr i dean, tit R fcithre frolic of friends? t It't very important anniversary, you know. IBccaiue of repeated .from perplexed year.old brides, a of will appear each month M EVXRYWOMAN'S WORLD. Km to celebrate the flnt annlttmry of "Jwt OM Yew Mtu- vfMM totBptcte lathe Moy itroeof FORTY OTHKR FEATURK8 nn. CVIfT3 ALL 20 PER copy The Idea Behind GEORGINA SHOtS is fiutiifully following tke best ideals of quality. That is why women, need no better guarantee of style and dependable wear than'the simple knowledge tKat tkey are buying Georgina Shoes. Oijlained- througli Canada's Leading Boot Shops W. J. NELSON CO. LETHBR1DGB Holeproof Everywhere NO matter where you go you find Holeproof the favorite Hosiery among well- dressed people. You leave Hosiery troubles behind when you wear Holeprooron atrip. Holeproof Hosiery for men and women conies infine Pure Silk, Silk over Lisle and Lusterized Lisle, but only in one best. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY COMPANY, Llmiud London, Ontario ;