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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920 .THE LvrrHnnmfiH FIFTEEN 4 pERSONALS .Mrs. A. Best of Cardston is a 'visitor In the city. Mrs. Whlddtngton and son, BUlie, have returned homo after a.pleasant holiday spent with .Mrs. E. C. Dun- Mr, and Blennerhassett and daughter, ot Taber, wore guests In the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Halifax, N. S., arrived in the city this morning tq visit their sons, Willlani P. and Guy Hoy. Mr. and Mrsi'D.'G.'Splmjni.of Ray- 'visitors hcrp yesterday'. Miss; Hatl'ldt foi' her lioino in Ma'- grath yesterday.. Mrs. Noble, of 'Knbleford, Kucst in tho city yesterday. j ,Mr. O. K." Rowley, Inspector for the 1 i tone was rich and full, velvety soft- ness and delicacy In the lighter pass- ages, vigorous and well sustained In her forceful Her sin- cerity'and simplicity of eipreislon won !he sympathy o! her hearers from tho opening number oa her' program, and held them till Its conclusion. "The River of Stars" was beautl fully rendered by the Lethbrldge La dies' Chora! Club, as was every num ter on the program. The hail was well filled aud the artists vrere re peatedly recalled. The recital was de- cidedly a memorable contribution to the musical achievements of this city The. recital given, -by ..the. pupils ol Leo M. Coombs' studios at the Colon lal yesterday was In every partlcula n marked success. 'Some- 45 youthfu performers played In a creditable man ner, some -showing mirtsei ability Prizes ;were'awarded prijje.fof' during 'th year, Quick; 2nd prize, Art! Lovett; prizes for practice later en rollmcnt, Melba Furman and Blizabetl Jarvle; 1st prize for performance o piece at recital, Anna Ostlund; 2nd Harvey Good; 1st prize klndcrgarte playing, Sylvia Keel; special mention, Andrew Fk-tchor. five'yearsL- Mrs. MB-' irgan Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresford A DAiNTY EVENING GOWN Dank of MonVreal. was a dinner host; Intyre, Mrs. Keel and Mrs. Duri PrinCo' Arthur Hotel, Port and audience were thur, on Thursday, May 20, Doris Fowler, first prlOe tor tick-, ing a party ot els. At the close of the recital the Free Press. ._ J i Jlr. H. X'.- W.yman ot Magrath visit- ed.the city yesterday. iiuplis we re. enter I allied aftho Palace Confectionery by Mrs. J. Russell Ken- nedy, Miss Viva "Elton and Loo M. Coombs. 'leo candy were served, Mrs. M. Sadowskl is entertaining as _7 ber guesls Mrs. M. Sanovich ff daughter, and-1 Mrs. Napanson arid daughter of Regina. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -if 1 P. H. Blair of Carmangay was in I f.. Tt the city yesterday. SOCIAL ff. V I I There will be a church parade ol I the Girl Ouido companies on Sunday; A morning to St. Augustine's church. f. cal committee are'asked to attend. For the various affairs of early sum- mer a simple" evening dress is always deslrablo for 'the young girl. This de- lightful gown Is exceedingly attrac- tive, although it is EO simple in Elyle that a capable honie dressmaker could easily make one like It.' 'A rose-colored charmcusc is favored for' its fashion- Ing, and the gayly spreading skirt is enriched a coupl6 of flounces of deep cream lace. The'.litlle bodice is mado of shimmering embroidery, which is veiled with 'georgette that exactly matches the tone of Ihe.char- meuse. A vivid .splash of IB re- vealed in the belt of Vive silk, which-, is elaborated a bilge red ose. Mr. It. A. Wright, with his wifo and fatuity, spent the 2-lth of May at Me- ditine Hat, celebrating the golden weddip'g o[ ANNOUNCEMENT .j. ._ Jnade in Robert- Wright was married at Park-1 Montreal ot tbb Hiss hl'li, Out., May 24, iifty .years agj. Eleanor Holton, ilaughler of Mr. and had five sons.l and Mrs. Ham- all in the jcwellry business In West- t0 William fan SlraUiearri era Wright. 1'rlncc Albert, iicndric, soa of Sir John and Lady Sask.j R. Lethliridge; B. ncndrie. Taber; C. Hed- viifeTSask.; K- W." Wright, Medicine t, tf f. tf rf 4 4 HaV All "sons with' their n'lvcs and tlori of E killed at Vimy Ridge, 1017. t i..... t _., Kp musicale held recaiitly.has been more auspiciously inauguratcd.or.more .the "con- cert lii the SAsonic Hall. l ;given lii the SAsonic Hall t! evening by Mrs. H. II. Johnson; assisted by members ot the Lcthbrldgo las Clioral Club." A pretty wedding ..took' place, on Saturday, May; in ..Willis Presby- terian Clinton, 'when--Jean llouglas McTaggart, eldest daugh tcr of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Me Taggart, -were united, in marriage to "Mrs. Johnson proved herself last i Alastalr John Crerar, son of tin nfg'ht an artist distinctly Interesting lato Mr. and P. D. Crerar o and of marked Individuality.. The .Rev. J. E. Hogg of ftciated.' t GENERAL TTio 125 members of the Toront Rotary Club, who .will attend tho con volition of American Rotarians at A lantlc City next montli, have decide lo garb themselves iu Palm Beac suits for the' occasion. 0 When Mite Suzanne Boitard was Red Cross nurse in her mother's cli teau In France, she recolved'propo'sa of marriage from twenty'.America pepsin, bismuth, soda, charcoal, drugs officers. Sha hiis-visited the State and various'" dlgoatlvo aids and you [this spring to meet them In their know these things will not curb your' crivtronmcnt and reports that she wa It Neutralizes Stomach Acidity, vents Food.Ftrmtntaiion, Sour, Stornach anri AcTd Inrflocstlon. -Boiibtless'lf arc a sufferer from i have already tried] know these thing some eases ilo not even give relief. beforevgiving up hops i and ile- elding that you arc a chronic dyspep- aking on the road and iimmer. f Miss Maurine Robb, daughter of Mr. nd Robb, former resl- ents of- London, has been warded a scholarship In" Englieh at larvard .University. .Miss Robb, who as already received her bahelor's and laster's degrees from Manitoba TJrii- crsity, was on active service in 'anco for two aud ono-half years with lie women's army. Since returning, rom overseas, Miss "Robb has gohul lack to journalistic work with a Win-j ilpeg paper, as a reporter and sub-' iditor. W.D.E. National Converitlon disappointed- Sho is now in India, see in their own surroundings two." Elimihation of thfe indivlduaf' meirj-tj lership from thn was clded-upon at the morning session of j tic I. 0. D. K. convention As an amendment to the constitution a resolution from tho Municipal chap-. :cr of Ottawa was brought up, which moved that of the constitu- tion setting forth 'the status of the lh; dividual member he "cnlirely eliminat- individual members not being ne- cessary at an annual meeting, due rep- resentation having been given all the' chapters. The resolution called forth a rather heated discussion. It was pointed out, that sucli action would prevent the! woman Iri on Isolated district whore' there was no chapter, from joining the organization. Many of the delegates felt that many good members would In this way be lost-to tho organization, for circumstances'often prevented wo- men from becoming active members iu a cha'pter. When put to a Vote the. motion wss carried arid in tbo future every, members must belong, lo a priiiv. ary chapter, although the. present In-' 1 isH .officers, who proposed to her at Atnicns and wore told to lrwnil a rain- Mademoiselle's father was killed 1 dividual members of thn order will aln their former sli tic I'lM Iry the effect of a liltlo bisur- lite." Made alcii the ordinary com- in the war_anrt sho regards it as a iner'cial carbonate, citrate, oxide or ir.llh, but the pure Wsurated magnes- ivliich' you can obtain from practic- ally any druggist In either powder or tr.Mol 'fonn; a leaspootifiil of tho powder or two tablets wllh a lit- tle .'water after your'next mcai, and ECO what a difference this makes. It will Instantly neutralize! tho dangerous, harmful acid in tha stomach which cciuscs your fppd t.o ferment, and Hour, flaliilence. licarlburn and tho bloated. or hcnvy, lumpy fcchug lhat ncfims to follow most cvcryllilng you cat. You will find provided you lake a little blsuralcd magnesia immediate- ly Pfter a meal, you can cat almost It -without- any lianger of pain or discomfort lo-fol- low aud moreover, the continued use of the blsuratcd magncsln cannot In- Jufd (be Blomach Iti any way EO lonp fitf Ihero arc any symptoms of acid daughter's dot? '.hat her o.ueM for a. husbaml ends successfully. A famous Kow York woman's tailor declares their fall styles will be more simple thnn over, for the woman who favors exclusive lines roullnually on. Ui.o, Ippkout for stylo sin.plie'.ty. wilh Hny-L desired, richness to be olrtalned-py griceful tinlss, work- manship? Jnalvld tOUChCS." Uibrcqm- log spason, io 'fsr ris can lif do- flned'at Ihls point, to a preval- enco; of styles; Women's high shoos aro demarid. While leath- er niid canvas styles iiro llkoly to h'.ivo their greatest low siiedcs are and', ankle tics with. white i effects apjreaf to be coming in .vpguo. White and tau spoil combinations inore in detnanrl than black and 'Wh'ite, according to the sample's that shoe salesmen ara DISTRICT CONVENTION OF THE W. C. T. U. WILL BEHELD IN THE UNITEO'CHURCH, JUflt 1st MR. H.'.H, HULL, Provinei.it for the ProTilbitlort will be the evening speaker, Special music will bs given at these meetings, ;PUBL10 CORDIALLY INVITED ,atus. Names It is not likely Uiat Mrs. A. B. Good erham and Mrs. George Sifiita will be i members ot the national executive of I the l.O.D.K. this year. At just previous to the casting] of.'votcs for the 40 CD'jnr.Ulors, from. I which tho national officers will be chosen, it was announced that eight of Lho 200 nominees had withdrawn, Ibeso being: Mrs. lA. K. Gooderham, Mrs. George Smith, Miss Constance licmllon, Mrs. Audeh. Mrs. T, Claris Mrs. W. R. Hidden, Mrs. Wallace A. rt Ttultcr. report ,of camtl lEltee, presentod by Mrn Murcby, ot Toronto, showed that C6pj votes had'bten registered Although there are only about 100 delegates the convention, Ihey wore entitled to' 067 votes, as many of tho delegates! represented a number of chapters. The j ballot papers were tlion and the voles cast, but the results will not bo announced until Friday, after which tho election of officers will taka place. Would Increase Number A. constitutional nmuhdmeni from the Fort Garry chaplcr, Winnipeg, asking that 60 cuuncllloix be elected by tho annual meeting, Instead of 40, who appoint 10 others afterwards, called fftrih dioOuoaiwii. Asldn from liiu cloctlc" of council-' lors, nmendmcnts to the constitution the whole of both sessions, yesterday. Kew ot the suggested amendments carried, while many wr-rc put aside as being already dealt with- in olher. rosolutlons. i A reception was given by thn Muni- cipal Chan lev of Canary for (he dele- gates and officers in llio evening More lhan 260 persons were in atlend- nncc arid a mosl itMghl'ul c'vcnlEj wns enjoyed A Host of Bargains for Saturday Shoppers at the Bay WE are featuring some Big Reductions throughout the store this week-end. Bring your Grocery List along -with you, we deliver the goods, thus en- abling you to visit the other departments and inspect the bargains of feted A GROUP OP Tweed Coats Regular To Clear on Saturday at These are good service- able coals and arc this season's models. A Big Snap in Voile Waists, to clear at Of shEter. quality voile, pin tucked and em- broidered fronts, round and V-neck styles. Regular and A'big clearance of Serge, Tricotine and WOOL JERSEY DRESSES. To clear at 0 "'..Regular ?31.50 to ?40.00 You Will Be Needing a Voile Dress Shortly The summer season has many afternoon social functions in which a voile dress wora with'a becoming hat Is just as charm- ing as a tailored suit and decidedly less eipensivo. Our new season's models reveal many pretty touches of originality mid style treaUnent and are charmingly pattern- ed. from to Serge Suits For ;Street or Business Wear. Selling on Satur- day for value at this special prifO. Smartly cut pockets, bulton trimmed. In black and navy only. Smart Little Puliovers For Women and Misses. Knit'ied in fancy stitch of finb Quality yarn, tassel fmisht'j, V-ncck ia front. Col- lar h.'.s Ftrijics of contrasting colors. Can be. had 3n all the newest shades. They look very smiut when worn and are useful Get Rid of Germ Laden Dusr by Using a 'Hoover' Suction 'it Ask to see tlie "Forsytn" torablnaHon suit for children at tho samo lime. Protect your own your children's health by ridding your homo of the germs that lurk in a dust laden Tho Hoover will help you to do this In the ..speediest manner and fnka all the drudgery out ol a regular "House cleaning" and in the gentle manner In which It will get Hie grit nnd sand out of your Tuga'anrt off the h.irJwooti floors It will prove a sound investment. A DEMONSTRATION UPON REQUEST Harvey Underwear for Women, Misses and Children GROCERY DEPARTMENT Mode of while Egyptian cotton and mer- cerized lisle thread. We carry a foil assort- ment of this famous brand of underwear." Ask to ECO this line when making your nort purchase of underwear. Muslin Underwear for Children These are .well finished garments in a nica quality muslin. Laco, embroidery and ribbon givo the desired .touch daintiness. The sizes are 2 to 16 years. Nighties Combinations Drawers Underskirts to to 45c to to Looking Skirts of Silk Poplin Selling on Satur- day for Regulir These are mailo in neat shirred effect with smartly (rimmed noTelty pockets. Colors Include navy, copen, grey, rose and black. Sizes from 25 ip 30. Extraordinary Values in White Sheetings from the Staple Department GOOD WHITE SHEETING English make, 12 inches wide. Freo from filling or dressing. Regular price Jl-Zo yard. Saturday Bargain Price, yard HEAVY WHITE COTTON Everlasting weir. 3S inches wide. Double warp goods. Sploudld valuo at 50c yard. Saturday Bargain Trice, yard WHITE HUCK TOWELS Toweh Cocoahut, Royal, in packets, 25c.ni Made In Ireland. High cinsi'eoods with iancy ends. Will wear a long lime, Largo oizo. Regular prlco Jl-25 pair. Saturday Bargain Price, pair VOILE SPECIAL 2 pieces only. Fancy voile. 40 Inches wido In beautiful designs. Regular prlco 12.75 yard. Saturday Bargain Price, yard.................... 1.10 1.98 fn DUC Cake Icihg, McLaren's assorted flav- ors, 2 McLaren's assorted f lav- OH :kets for ODC Unsweetened Chocolites, Cowan's, lis. 3 for Seedless Raislhs, 1J oz. packets, HP 2 for D3C Seedless Raisins, 11 oz. packets, 2 for.................... Sure Whip, per Custard Powder, Kolbrook's, per tin........................... 45c 25c 45c SPECIAL SALE OF TRAVELLERS SAMPLES About 70 bundles of assorted in- cluding Turkish, Huck, etc. Worth from to 11.59 bundln. Saturday Special Snlo 98c bundle Custard Powder, Barton's, per 1C1 packet......'......................IDC Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Head Lettuce, Rhubarb, Bananas, Ripe Tomatoes, Green 'Onions, Asparagus, Radishes, Spinach and Cabbage. PHONES313 and THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Remarkable Values in Summer Footwear Ladiet' Oxfords In a fino grade of white poplin or whlto reign fikln with hard turned or goodyear welted flexible leather soles, medium walk- ing or Louis Widths AX to E. ATI sizes. to LADIES'PUMPS They artf a very fine grade ot vhlte pofr- Ho, with hard turned soles, Louis covered heels. Very drossy, with or without buckles. Widths AA (o E. AM sizes. to LADIES'BOOTS Made from While Sea Island canvas with flexible leather soles, JProncli or medium heels. AH sizes. n nf Pair BOYS' OUTING SHOES. All sizes. Price................. GIRL'S OUTJNG PUMPS. MEN'S BOOTS In whllo and brotfn canvas with floxibto leather All sizes. 9 QC 1'rlcc 3 CHILDREN'S SANDALS. Wo have a flno ossorlmcnt of these sand- als In brown, whlto patent leathers with good substantial Eown io.ilhcr soles. All sizes. to ;