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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FJUDAY, NOVEJiBElV THE M1BABI himself by out-doing all his in tls speed la donning a ladies Ume 3 minutes. Miss Reeves carried o( the hosiers for the best cos- tame, appearing as an Indian tquav. HIM Hatch presided at the dur- tat social part of the evening, the company going In for games with true Hallowo'en spirit-and 'winding up with a grand march'. Dancing) follow- of commons, but promised no action In that direction. Besides Conservative connection Mrs. Murphy's qualifications for sena- torial honors have beeii defined as na- tion'prominence !n various women's organizations and literary' achleve- ia (he author, under her pen- name of "Janey ot three books and many magazine 'articles. Hie has been the vice-president of the National Council ot Women's Presa club, and the .Edmonton Women's Canadian club, and Is at present presi- dent-of the national "fad era( Ion of Women's Institutes. Mrs. Murphy -has repeatedly con- tended that women needed on the nsnate In order to get through cer- tain amendments to the criminal code and hitherto vetoed by the senate. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES .-At the executive meeting ot the Major Jack Ross Chapt'erlO.D.E. held evening at the home of Mrs. De Veber plans were arranged for tbe big Military dance being 'pnl on neit Thirsday. rMrs. Irving Fraaer waa a visitor la Calgtry for a short this wetfc. j r.Dr. and Mrs. Bryans have left tor New'.Twk they will re- mala for1 sli Tlwy irin TiJtt fa BruiSu fcrrag1 tfeir Mrs. Qtrnj ud KaUt Calgary to spend tie week-end. .'4lr. and Mrs. 'Lot-8. Brown, and daughter have retonei from attend- ing the perform- ance la Mr. Smith, pojtoffioe Inspector, and geitb, have moved Into the real- dence reeeitly occipled b'y W. D.' Kins, Mg 14th atrMt'mtb. _ 'Mr. I. A: MacKay Is spending a few ft Calgary this week Lougneed entertaining at luncheon on, Tuesday In Calgary In honor of Mrs. Arthur Meigben. Mrs. R. J. Dinning has returned frail Edmonton where' she .attended tig annual meetUg of the provincial chap- ter I.'O. D.flTV' yVi. Mr.. Charles McCiebaghim left to- day by.motor for Calgary'where be will meet McCloaaghan who la returning'from Edraonlon. p. King are the guests of E. C. Mackensfe and Miss MackenUe tor a few before leav- ing for Culgary. 1 v. 'Sidney Al 'Niidn of Cputtv formcr- f rly of. the 20th-Battery Is .ill in hospital here wiere he treat- tttjiJor ear .trouble. f Hrnue Lethbrldge !s a vlaitor In the cltj; from Calgary, the guest of his ami, Miss _ J. B.' harloton and children hive arrived in tie" city from St. Thomas, Ontario, to join Mr. David- son; :.X ;.Mre, E..G. Harvey, who was a ist tbbUn week, f'Mr. and Mrs: return- ed 'yesterday after IiPCargaryr McKInney-pf, Calgary is the engagement li ,vt.j.. announced between Ciptain, the .Earl of; Mlnto, eldest son of'the late Gov- ernor General of Canada, and the Countess of .Minto, and Marion, eld- of- Mrs.' G. w. Cook of Montreal. ;.-i: Earl of Mlnto Is ths flfth peer to bear that title, wcllikndwn-in the Scot- tish borderland, and in the British military and diplomatic annuls. He is j) the son of the fourth of Mintp, i was. governor Ca'nada from of General thc-'HonV' CharleB Grey During his .father's lifetime he was known as Lord Melgund. His full WJli name is Victor Gilbert Lariston Garnet be the seml-offlcial touch given by Murray-Kynnynmorid Elliott and be thfl.older members was boril on jebniary; 12, 1891. He 4 WEDDINGe VANCOUVER, Nor. t. Wesley chnrch was the sceae; of a pretty evening, .when -.-.SB Edna' Brown; fofmer scciety editor of The World, berarne Die bride of Perrin E. Baker, of Lethbridge, Al- berta. sThe officiating clergyman was R. Mclntyre, and Mr. Hinton, the played the .wedding march. During the signing ot the register Miss Eura Lleeson sang. who was unattended, wore a smart travelling suit of navy blue broadcloth wtth tat to matck and fox ftm, aad a corsage bouquet of rows. There were 100 relatives and friends of the yoang couple- present. Mr. and Mra. Baker left later In the evening for Lethbridce, where they win make their home. i -I. give us patfehce to dust, once nip re.. Things ousted a handred flnie's before Give us the calm that naught can N'ot broken china, nor fallen cake Give us tho patience that won't "see When Johnny puts eels in the guest room bed. v When the cook elopes with the chauf- feur's brother, Then give us patience to hunt another Not for riches or power do house- wives But for each day: For the.greatest gift since time be- Patience enough to manage a man. U. S. BREAKING WITH EUROPE (From the New York Times) The bowling down of Major Putnam by a gang of hooligans IT' friendly relation with EnglandTs an! V'8 Shmf tbe, fronl ot the event at once discreditable and i, .1 color Is revealed nificant. It chows what ignorant and' -c soft ?rdle of gray suede' dangerous passions the 'Remibllcanl taPPed with a narrow fold oftorra campaign is letting looSe If Malor cotta .cMfon velvet. This is knotted Putnam Is not a good American then Ist tl'e left slde ea thtlt tho none eilsts. By a long l5 shown on one of the' tipn and by' personal: services the I 'OIIBS nuality and sincerity of his American- snest coiisln; Ai Hall, 'Mrs. .T. Erans, J.'-Hnfner and Hn'fner retnmed; this morning aftef. -aecoapie ot days in J where they attend-' ed'-the opera .Chow.'-'. SOCIAL the .luncheon being Tendered' Premier arid Mrs. Moighen by the'cily on Monday, wll! audi torae Mr. Eaier is one of the best known tannera In the Foremost country. He is prominent in the U.PA. and' one of the chief of Burlington rural municipality. He IE a graduate in arts ot MeMaster- Unlversltyi .Tor- onto and r- IcantBm" of tho mob that would not let Major Putnam speak and declared that such "a against Anglophobia" Is the sort of thing that "makes this country -worth -living in" Such is the new definition of intense who, dressed in full ;nniform, .will sist IQ serving. Tho .-local committee of the Girl Guides ar4 catering for the luncheon under the direction W.-S. Gray, their iecretaryf and Mrs. Arthur Hayr, president of ithea com- mittee. MM. C. McdenaEhan, Grand Worthy '-t Albertarpaid.her lap ah. chapter 1'ast Matron 0. flrst served as a lieuteriant in ians and.Border Horse .Yeomanry, and then became'a'second lieutenant in the Scots' Guards In.which he attained the rank of captain and saw service in the war. He succeeded his father in the earldom In Inheriting about 25- 000 acres located 'chiefly In Roxburgh- Bhlre, in the Scottish border. The fam- i. ii-. In of. 19i8, Lord Mlnto arrived In CanadB'to'take us his duties as aio'e-decamp to His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire, the govcrnor-Een- eral. Following the-example of the Prince of Wales, rto Ear! purchased a ranch Misa Cook returned last week from spending four months' abroad and while In England visited the Countess ot Mlnto at for a short time J t WILL MR9. MUBPHV BE APPQINTED TO'SENATE? fr Will Mm. Emily. Ferguson police maglilrato 'o( Edmonton, be appointcii to' tho senate of tho Dom- inion .o( Canada by the Moighen gov- ernment? A very-vigorous canvasa ot influential Conaarvalii-es, especially in the eastern p'roflnccs, on behalf of ly two years ago, when the death of Senator Talbot left a Vacancy (o be was 'on that occasion pro" Copied 'with; a- pair, of Mantifilycit glass vasqsV; Ar touching., ceremony which was a feature 'Bf the' evening's program was a "ishprt.. memorial ser- vice held In memory of Mra. 'F..D. Beyerldge, who; was' a '-past: gran a worthy matron 'in1- Mlzpah'; chapter, which was her home Cal- gary' Albcrtau. Tlie eoclal held in the Stret Baptist church last night was a great success both financially and socially. An inter- eating lecUro on the-, Peace Treaty was given by Mr. Toniplclns, instru- mental selections were well .rendered by StrbM, Cofpraan and Miss Dafoe. Splendid given by rflss rerberg, Miss AlHso'n and Mlas Furrier.. polos by Mrs. 'Laylon, Mr, B, Jones a duet by Mre. Heath and Mlta Van Blarcosi were greatly appreclatad, also a cornet solo by master H. pfauo a'c- c- by Mfsa liawford.: At the of the onlertainment dainty re 1 that county. Minto House at Hawick, In prograpi. Akrat Mo laM evening in Maaonlc hall to attend St. Augus- .masquerade so- cial, and dance, tnijer the aua- of the A.T.P.A, Corporal Cor- UM .and committee presided over where beneath a