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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY I'yriipumoH DAILY UKRAUJ. PAGE FIFTEEN Daily Fashion PERSONAL o Miss G. P. -i left last night (or Calgary and .Youngstown. Dr. and Mre..P. M. Campbell weio recvnt guests at the Falllecr, Cal- Mrs. Thompson, of Coutts, Is a visit- or in the clly. -Mrs. William Seolt lias Ironi" the coast.' returned Mr. sud.Mjs. Ji, G.-Hardy, of Slhx Ihiff, and Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Hardy and daughter, of Stirling, were visit- ors'iu the city yesterday, .1 Mrs. ilBrdocjcf b; Wilson Sid- is a visitor city. e t Sage has returned from a thrBe weekV. holiday Sirs. Sage leaves for a six weeks' holiday st llie tiamo point.on Monday. r tj. ilarrlEbu, ot Calgary, is guoil iu the city: Miss Hilda JIcMillen, of anged (or' them on thValternoon of June 3rd. the Klng'a ronto Telegram. f Mr. aud 'Mrs. Kiogsley, ot Clares- holm, were visitors In the city yester- day. Dr. and Mrs. Leech RJ-O entertaining as their guest, Mr. Beverly Leech, of Reglna. Miss Niven, of Taber, is spending the week-em! iu the city. Mrs. W. of Bow Island, spent yesterday in the city. -.....3 3 L i i SOCIAL 't 15S3, Sleeveless coats are much in voguo [with.athletic girls who delight in all sorts of sports. One of. the smartest styles now favored is finished with a deep fringe. This 'particular' model'is made of a novelty wool'fab'rlc'thatJs very similar to angora. Its color is very, for it combines a peculiar shade of purple- and tan. The skirl worn with this creation Is of accordion pleated purple'satin. The hat, jaunty In tho extreme, is made of umumer. able folds of which perfectly carry out tho.coior scheme of the, cos- tume. .1 evenings. Admission by presentation of Invitation. Free social froin 8 till 11; dancing 11 till 2. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES TEA. Ordinary ieas are often thin and'watery or sometimes bitter. Blue Ribbon is always full flavored and fragrant and its color is rich and clean Try It, o 'The opening session of the'District W. C. T, u. convention will tako place in the United church hall on Tuesday morning at 9.30 a.m. with Mrs. -Macleod, district president, ,iu the Many dele- gates are 'expected anc the- convention promjsQs to be one o iritere'st and inspiration. All mem hers nnd adherents of the church are in attendance. There will 'be an afternoon session, com menclng at 2 p.m., when business wi! be interspersed with pleasure and so- cial intercourse. At B.30 a banq.ue will be; tendered the delegates ani members of the C. T. U. in the hall, and at S p.m. Mr. II. H. Hall, sec- rotary the Social Sen-Ice League will, address an assembly in the church. Mr'. Hall Isi'a mau of force ful address and no'one can afford tc miss his lecture on Tuesday eye nins. m Tho Art Needlework ,will mee at the home 53 Gth .St, on. Monday afLerspon c o'clock. The members ot the' Lcthbridg Indies' ChoraliCIuh aro askid to a tend'a-busincss-mecting horn o( ilrs. Heath oa Jlonday at 3.30. An member still having programs or pro ceeds and wlio cannot attend thi meeting is asked to see that the seen lary-treasurer obtains same bcfor Monday night. Tho committee is of peclally requested to attend. At a very interesting meeting of th Council of Women held yestc day afternoon, the Household Ecoui CALGARY, May Areoldl, for president; Mrs. Graham Thomp- son. Toronto, for Angus (or second vice-president; B. Toronto, for thlrd'vice-presidenl; Mrs. A. M.- JlcDougall, .Montreal, fourth Pope, Ottawa, fifth Van couver, slith Mrs. ratford Martin. Toronto, secretary; Burnt. Toronto, for easurer; -Mrs. A. Stewaft, Perth, rganlzlngisecretary; ;Lalgu, To- nto, educational secretary; Mrs. es, Halifax, standard hearer. President. I. P. E, Resigns Weary of the continual petty blclc- ing and dissension which has char- cterized the affairs of the national hapter of the I. O. B. for the past ear or two, since the outbreak of the ingsmill-Gooderham row, and unwlll- g Id (are another year In office as rying as the'past, Mrs. John Bruce, ol orouto, figuratively threw up the loage at Friday's sessions of the na onal convention, resigned her post on as national president, and o act as one of the new national coua llors, after she had been elected lo lat position. Toronto was-selecii> as the nejt lace of convention, and 40 new coun llors were elected during the ses- ons.: A resolution favoring military train ig for all citizens was passed unan! lously Friday afternoon. Delegates.to the. convention unanl mously pledged .themmsclves not urchase.any the Hearst puhlica ions. Permission was' granted the Alberta roviucial chapter to petition the Al erta government for compulsory cele ration of Empire Day In the schools nd-a life membership was o Miss McGaffin, who is retiring fron flico of asststant'secrelary. A resolution was read to Mrs. Bruo t the close, of the session from thi ewly elected councillors, who express- d their appreciation of her work an' egret at her 'resignation. DISTRICT CONVENTION OF THE W. C. T. U. ;WILL BE HELD IN THE UNITED CHURCH, JUNE 1st MR. H. H. HULL, Provincial Organizer for the Prohibition Campaign, be the evening speaker. Special music will be given at these meetings. PU3LIC CORDIALLY INVITED Don't Forget THE LADlEfl OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH WILL HOLD AN At Home IN MASONIC HALL, MONDAY, MAY 31st t DANCING T1CKET3 LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORS HULL BLOCK 7TH FLOOR PHONE 1710 Shampooing, Switches Made to Order, Hair Dressing, Manlcuiing, Facial Mastage. Established Over Seven Years. Chapped skin bothered her because it made her hands sore and red. So she tried Tnenmoiatum It gently healed the broken skin and made her h and s suit and pleasant again. .When Tom called that night "He" noticed koto tmooth they were, Ics committee submitted ng the or the endorsiation; of its various wo- men's organizations: "Whereas, Unbalance of trade change; and, ".Whereas, it.' i oyal the; duty of- ever do her part to move ;thls -abnormal condition; "Be itjiesolved, that the wome Letbbridgc be asked through va ous women's organizations to pledg hemselves lo a policy of.buyin made In. Canada' goods .far- a and therebf foster develo nent of Canadian industries, and ul nately reduco the high cost of li ng." Will each uociety'in the Local Cou cil kindly consider this resolution a its next meeting and send in a repo n writing to the secretary of U Local Council. 'This Household Economies' mittee also plans lo submit from, tim :o time tried and successful recip which -materially help to reduco th ligh coat ol living. 13 given at yesterday's meeting and ot -particular interest just now ihat it greatly reduces the. high co of butter: Recipe How lo Make One Pound Butter for 30 Ctnts Co: 2 Ibs. Nut Gem oleomargarine.... 2 teaspoons butler coloring........ pt. milk...................... Vs teaspoon salt................. UlOt nde are raised the other objects of s memorials will not bo considered. H will bo loipt'ssible glva nlno rsarles of each, tenable for four ars Iu 1921, but four tcholan will be ven these In 1921 and nre the follow- g year.- The selection of candidates r the scholarships will take ace la each province In thep Dominion During the afternoon Gordon .made a suggestion in regard to a "current event" section in the Echoes publications for the junior member, which sbe asked the meeting to ccn- slder. Proxy Votes nutter of proiy votes, which bas been the of considerable dlft- the monih of November each year, cuulon and feeling In the order lor ginning (his year. The candidates, ated MUs Lalgn, may bo either men They must be British sub- cts having beea residents ot Canada r at least .Ive years. They must be fie ages ot 19 and 27, uc- -rrlad ind must bold a degree or in the final year preceding a degree. choosing the candidates tb.6 com- Ittee of selection will aot only con- der the literary- end scholastic attain- ents of (he candidate but also hla or er personal character, physical fit- 6js, aims and Ideals In life. These will each be of the value t per annum, tenable for one 'ar. lire. Smith, retiring secre- ry of educational department, resented her report, explaining what ad been.done during the year and Iving a financial statement of the mount expended In the various dc- artments. Mrs. Spence Reports Mrs. D. Spence presented her re- ort as the I.O.D.B. delegate in tie anadian council of immigration, in hich, she gave an account of the onnlDg ot the council, it aims and hat It bas already accomplished ringing domestic vrorkera to ountry from Britain. A motion Speuco be re- lected as the representative n the board, was carried uuanimoui- wme time, was brought In at the morning session as an amendment to he constitution. The motion 6tn St. sirilonday'at Whereas the practice of hating proxy, voting at the ni'.ioua! chapter; Ing Is becoming a very dangeroiu owing to tome members twite liveu discretionary powers and cirrrtaS many u forty fore be it resolved that no one mem- ber ot the order ehall have more Ihaji ono proiy vote." Expiration of lease Auction and fittinga at Club1 WM. BRAID GO. Cicada for Serve Lanka Lanka is British grown tea from Ceylon's HQ igardens. The choicest grades are blended, making ait exquisite flavor, a tempting aroma, a color that charms. The price is moderate. Look {or this package. Tola! cost of material for 3 Ills. nut gem Into sm? pieces and put in large bowl with ml salt, and coloring. -Place bowl over li .watci1 and let stand till nut gem so ens. Remove and heat with Dov egg :beater five minutes. Let stand ten minutes, and then continue boat- .Ing till thick and creamy. Print. Tills recipe makes three pounds ot delicious butter substitute, which Is very like butter in appearance ani The nut gem is a Canadian manu- factured product. W.D.E. National Convention Jlrs. A. H. Oootlerham of Toronto, hns announced her intention of re- turning lo memberahlp in the war me- morial committee or the I.O.D.B. lira. ,Qoodcrham made thin announcement lo tho convention Thuraday by a Ictlpr. That mifflclcnt funds have been raised during Iho drive for the educa- tional war memorial fund to glvo 35 nosi-gradmto scholarships in British universities, nine bursaries in Cana- dian universities and to pay on the contract price of the war record pictures which arc being distributed In the schools, was stated by Migs Laign of Toronto in the reiiort of the me- morial cnmmillcc. About- hr.g been raised and has been apportioned as follows: lo bursaries in Canadian imi- rcralties, to go to tho sons or daugh- ters of deceased or lolally disabled sot- diora, sailors or men o! the Intro; a sccoml nmount of UOO.OOO lor schol- arships In British universllies, the in tbrcst only to bo used on (his turn each year, and (he remaining lo the war pictures. Until further "JTERBcotoesDaddy! He promised to bring Budii" A stampede of little uproar of "Daddy, Daddy" in shrill, citildish voices, as they leap down the steps to meet him; a clutching of his coat tails by eager little hands, and at Daddy, tired, but very happy, is in his big chair, with the youngsters climbing over him. Children must have candy. Nature demands it. Then safeguard their health by getting the best and 'Budfc is only mu kiai.tf Maple Biids, and {hath Cotuan's. Unltss 'Jit name is stamped on Ike tack, ihty are no I Maple Suit. Oneof GooJ NO possession :M precious to us as the good will of one's friends. The same can be said con- cerning the -works of our hand and mind. The makers of GEORGINA SHOES have gained Irie good will of Ihousands of Canadian women by building info their product only those materials which would represent the I rue meaning of Quality. Obtained through Canada's Leading Boot Shops' W, J. NELSON .CO. LBTHBPJDGB ;