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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER, 6, 1920 THE LETHRRTDGE HERALD MILADI PHONE !M4 PERSONAL 1 guests at the Alexandra hjtel'while here. Miss Zelgler who originally came from Toronto, was formerly uo- ing girls' work in'the United Slates I but liter took the position as National D v h.'. 'Cirl8' Work Ior whole of Canada. Miss Evelyn Story who XI took this opportunity of calling. Mrs. i T. Ear! Morris, who was receiving for the first time 'since her arrival lu the summer as a bride, Was at- tired In palest pink, and corsage bouquet ot fink carna- tions, and received the with Mrs. W, H. Morris. Little Jean Bhulti made a charming door attendant, the rooms being ened with suggestive autumn colors in beautiful yellow "mums." Mrs. A, M. Lafferty Invited lo the tea room where Mrs. Chas. McKlllep and Mrs. Denoou presided over a table centred by ;olden cbrysasthemums under ar- Istlcally shaded lights. Miss Morris, Mies Denoon and Miss Ilufner assist- ed In serving, During the afternoon many delightful musical selections were given by Mrs. Long and Mrs. the gueit of H. Tuffs, li leaving comes from Calgary and Is A _ vwuica nviu ouu on Tuesday to Join Mr. Wallace- In, wlth y w CJi lhere Gvw Work Edmonton [er for the province of Alberta. They Mr irnwr pontos to wiU ipend jte i Mrt. O MeCwfi to Join Cosldale I I, Enjinenwn is Improving after herTrecent operation at the Gait ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and. Mr3 has returned fo the absent she alsVvisiled witi Qulncoy Illinois ind Chldgo Miss Emily Dudley ot Magratli Is a visitor in tie city. Rev. J. J. Franklin IB' expected to jn the -city next week to take up his new duties SB pastor of the Christian church, here. t Mrs. William Haffern has returned to her home after-her recent illness In the Van Haarlem hospital Miss Olive Zelgler and Mtsu Evelyn Siorj are arriving !n tie city early ten morrow morning and will likely be' by everyone to be a decided success Wellng oKgen eral-good -fellowship prevailed during the evening inside tho largo halt o Cull. 'CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Attention is drawn to (he reception In Wesley Hall tendered by the Local Council of Women to Premier and Meighen at on .Mon- day a'fternpbn. The Premier will ad- dress 'the women of Lethbridge and 1 are cordially Invited. Tho, Local Council of Women are holding their second annual cafeteria supper on Armistice day in Knox church baseniont, The Wesley. Ladies'.Aid are hold ing their bazaar on Wednesday, Dec- ember 1. s The ['resident of. the Women's Civic'Club desires .the members to meet in the Y.M.C.A. ou Tuesday; Nov. 9, at. 3 o'clock .to set the tables for the'convention of the Alberta Munlcl pality Banquet. The regular business meeting o Daily JFashion By Bweefnrd CHARMING DREES OF PURPLE CHARMEUSE This exceptionally attractive dress of-purple charmers e shows an inter- esting (rimming of .fur. It Is placed SU Augustln's Auxiliary will uo held about the bell-shaped cuffs as. well on Tuesday at 3 o'clock Instead of as lhe collar- While this is rounded Mondaj lo the mass meeting the front it .develops a pallor J of women to ineot Premier Meighen. The early celebration of Holy Com mode in tho rear, and this Is bound with fur on-the--sides. 'Another In tercsting feature of this model is tho munion, St. Augustin's church, will uuderflounce of purple lace which is bo at a.m. Members and wi'h of dUBt shade. etits please note the change of hour .The' lace appears 'again as under- from S o'clock to o'clock. This sleeves and a miniature vestee. A soil liour for. early .celebration be Twenty hands o] whist were played, after 'iwhich Mrs longwortb Regent of lie Military Chapters planted the'flrlzes io the Jni.S- e __ allies Heridrie carried'off the second, and Mrs. H. N. Taylor the consolation. For the gentlu- .the winner of the flfat J Ness second, and J Uns- the re- fresuments were tc'rved afterwards by the members of the Military Chapter, and the evening concluded with a feel- ing of general satisfaction and an openly expressed wish for the next one up." Mrs. H. Morris and Mrs. T. Earl Morris home .yesterday, noon lo a iarge number of guests who WILLIS' SCQHI GRAND QPERA sash of the silk encircles the waist. The cnapean is made of black plush adorned with paradise. WEDDINGS of Alberta and .Zeigler.-tho National Girls' Work Secretary for' the Dominion of Canada are to be in Lethbridge tomorrow in the interests _....., of the teenage girls There will be. ..Thompson; daughter 'of 'Mr.: and Mrs. two meetings-for girls 'One at 2.30J'Andrew Elder was united in marriage pjn In the United church, '.North f to Edwla George Sinclair. The cere- Lethbridge, addressed by Miss was performed, hy Rev. A..-.D. which will bo open to all teen-age j Richard of Washrngton Ave. church, girls aud interested workers -on 'the Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair will make their north side. The second meeting will; home in Lethbridg'e.--Medicine Hat bo In Wesley church at address- News! sri.'-.'5: ed by. Miss Zeigler and-will be in the interest of all the1 teen-age'girls and others -interested, on: the south side ot the city. The'women of''Mooseheart Legion MARIE SUNDELAIS great i artists from Grand Opera Company now touring in Canada Use The Willis Piano This time, as on all occasions, "th''6'y have requested that PI- ANO, r "Canada's be supplied them. WILLIS LIMITED Hull Blwk ''tcffeftriSg'e MARlO'dHANDfei The United the scene of a very pretty weddlnE at 12 o'clock Thurs day whss t ____ Hedenstrom was.'united "in-marriage will meet In Moose Hall, Monday, to. Francis Nc'de" Xov. Sth. Election of officers and Jones .'officiating.' The bride, who was other very Important business to be attended by her.father, was.attired in discussed. Tho Senior Regent desires full and prompt attendance. YOUR SATURDAY NIGHT COME DOWN TOWN AND SHOP TO SAVE ON ALL YOU BUY SO HERE'S YOUR CHANCE 50 PAIRS LADIES' BOOTS Sizes 5 to 8. Sox kip and kid leathers, with full flexible sewn soles acd walking heels. Regular up to S10.00. While they BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS x 200 yards Tricotine Dress GoodSj 4i Inches' wide. Value JL75 Bed (2.00. Saturday HALF PRICE FOR MEN GREY SOCKS Men's heavy grey yarn BOCKB, 4" 1 rib. Regular 65o line. Clear- ing Saturday night at THREE PAIRS FOR SLOP VOILE AND SILK WAISTS Three di He rent styles in this lot. High neck and round. Regu- lar to Saturday night Bpecial, TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS Three patterns, with greea or red grounds. and wr-' viceable. CP.RDUROY VELVET" St..Inches nlca shades of new tan, and emerald: green. Splendid valuo at Saturday clearance price, BLACK GABAR- DINE 100 yards duly, for suits or dresses. 54 Inchefe wide. To- day's price-about J2.75 yard. Saturday special clearance, FOR JEN NIGHTGOWNS Men's imported Egyptian cot- ton nightgowns. Regular J2.50 values. Cle a ling Saturday night it CHILDREN'S SWEATERS A pretty .Tim, with a. white "collar cnffa. For ages A to 14 years. Ur fC.OO to Saturday night special, ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES 25 candlepower.. Usually for 45c. Tonight only, box ot CHILDREN'S VESTS AND DRAWERS Cotton and flwee lined. 1 10 years. WHITE FLANNELETTE' SHEETS M -pairs only. 11x4, tor double beds. Regular price. fUO pair. To to oni Saturday 14. fttc, FOR WQP FLANNELETTE GOWNS Slipover, lace trimmed, fnD length. All-sites, 58 to 60. Regu- lar (5.00. CURTAIN .MADRAS (n and .black, also blue and green effects.' Charmingly pretty. 48 inches' PREMIER AND MRS. MEIGHEN MUCH-FETED GUESTS 4 direction of Miss Oerber Is worthy of special mention. Songs were splen- didly given under the direction, of Mr, Coombs Retail merchants may aak ourses at. University of-Toronto. for t- VASTQ'R of" CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Christian cuorcti called Rev, 7; J; Franklin- of Illinois, form- erly of Australia, 03 castor of their congregation. He, will begin his dut- ies on ;Suriaay, J November Mr. Franklin' conies highly recommended as a man of excellent character and a progressive leader In tho church. Since Ror. 0. L. Curtla resigned on the first of August to take up work .as provincial secretary for Alberta the congregation has been, without a pastor. Devil's Passkey Fred Wolf Island, near Klugiton, wu burned to death in bis house. 2 cups milk, salt teaspoon cinnamon cup sugar 2 tabuspoons Cowan'i 'Cocoa 2 tablespoons cbrn- larcb teaspoon vanilla millc.mir cofnslarch, and cinnamon. Add scalded milk slowly, Cook in a double so'minutes or tintil thick and thctc is no taste of raw starch, stirring conslaniiy. Add cge yolkg bcatcit slightly, and cook till egg fliickciisj flavor; "cool. Hcnteggwhitesuntil slifl nnd firm, add 4 table' spoonfuls of Icing sugar gradually, bc'aliug all the tinic; flavor. .Tnrii cocoa mixture iiilo a glass, and drop by tile egg white mixture ou top. Premier and Mrs. Mclshen-wlll hs extendert the hospitality of. the .city during their Monday 'vlaK In .I.eth- jrldge. At noori Premier "Meighen will Se ftlie guest of .the .cjty at a banquet given In his honor'f whllo Mrii. J. 3. Stewart; Is entertaining nt a In honor, of Meighen, when 'covers. for eight In; the aftorncon nt 3.30 a fe'cepllon will he given Premier ahri Mrs. Jlel- Shen by tho Local, Council of Women, Iho Premier nddrossfns tho ladles at 3.45 following which (en will. he serv- ed by the local council. ilaynr and Sirs. W. D. L. Hurdle nro entertaining Premier and Mrs. Mel- ghen at dinner In tho evening, those i present being the guests of honor, General nr.d Mrs. J. S. -Stewart, Mr. W, A. Buchanan. M> and Mrs. Buchanan, anil Mrs. W. S. Ball] It Is hoped that Mrs. Meighen will he able to meet some ot tho ladles of the city later In the ovenlng. "Contains moreKesh formti beef." men f (__ and CITY ACTIVITIES At tho restilsr meeting of the Wo- men's Auxiliary ot the Y.M.C.A. held yesterday afternoon 11 was decided to supply tlio "Y" with 3 dozen towels. Tha' auxiliary has been very ener- getic In Iholr work for tho Y.M.C.A. and have done miich towards improv- Ing tho'InlerlAr.of the building. Their latest requisition will, no doubt prove very acceptable. A most successful entertainment, both financially and artistically, was given last ovenTng In the' L. D. S. church. Miss Lucille Harvey present- ''The Owajssa Swarm bl Bees" In a most entertaining and.varied program at follows: jltonoy Song, Swamj ''oftlssu? buildln6 material to repair the waste caused byptiysical andtnerv- tal labor. It ts delicious; pure and-wholesomc, and is made by; a perfecrmechonical process, without tiseof preserving itie exquisite flavor, aroma BOOKLBT OF CHOICE RECIPES SENT THEE SHERATON Thos. Sheraton, S751-I806 probably the most artistic of the great Georgian designers, loved straight lines and rscUo- gular-treatmenW, He mister in the me c( istiy. The Shcraten Cabinet of Tie NEW EDISON "Thi Pfawpafk viti i Snf. embodied the tricefui tipertng' kg, 10 dtir to the greit dfiijnfr, The grille it. typical of Shertfoa nd the is ipplied In aeny witli bit coiKeption ef the uieeHnlav, Thiibeiutifgl cib- inct Ttetpingwhh thewon- derful inttrument it arid to ice tin Shctatoa. Astinibqia Music Co., 6th St. S, PHONE 1MB ;