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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I T i 1920 THE HERALD PAGE SEVENTEEN MILADI PHONE ISM ANNQUNCHMENT PERSONAL Mrs. -A, B. Cure and eons AH" a and jrere-Jn the city irom Oardston and left this mOT-nlag to embark for rto oW cqjmtry on tha Empress of pany for having written on a Reming- on typewriter at a net speed of forty- Ix words per minute for ten utlve minutes.' I Mrs. H. K. Oakley acd son of Card ton left Lethbridge this, morn las to sail on the Empress ot Britain for the old country. matron ot Alberta, ii making her offl clM visit to Edmonton, and on October 12th'rwlll visit Areme Chapter No. 11, who Till hoM a'baimoft in her honor. Journal. Edmonton' Liberal presented Hon. MabKeniie King with a gold pin, mada from .'-go-Id taken from the Sas- katchewan River. Mrs. Shidnian will he pleased to learn that she Is doing as well as can be gxpecied after u operation at the Van Haarlem hospital Mr! T. Eldridge ia in the city from Carditon. -V i Mrs.-P.'R, Atkins of New Dayton Is the gnert of RraJ R. B. Patterson orer the week-end. Knrming SUter Clorence Perdue M.B.E.. K.R.G, at New York and IB en'route tor Lethbridge where aba will'Till t her parent? Mr and Hn. W. J.' Perdue. Oaring the war, abe wu decorated many times for derotton to l .'-I r Winnlfrwi Willwerk ot the Ctartntt Bttainoas Ccrilege has awarded'an certlflcate try the Remtiuton Typewritir com Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresford Mr. ana J. P. Slmpsoa aa- nounce the engagement of 'their sec- ond daughter, Heleni Jean, to Mr. Gordon Fay Davles. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. navies of Elackdale, Man. The marriage to take place quietly in November. Mr. and Mre. Hendenslrom of 1706 7th Avenue, announce (lid engage- ment of their only daughter, Vorna t Violet to Mr. Francla A. Neden. Tho marriage will take place early iu November..'.. The ecgagenieQt .is announced, of Greta V. Nelson, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Nelson o! Neepawa, Manitoba, to Mr. Johu G. Bassett, of I-ethbridge, Alta., second ECU of M.'. and Mrs. A. J. Bassett, of Cannlngton, Ont., the wedding to take place October 20. Globe. i SOCIAL. 'f The Senior daises of the liethbrldge High School entertained .the Freshman claea last erenlng in tho auditorium ot the Central school. 'More than 150 ats inctedlng the teachers and their wires were present and spent a enjoyable evening. Refreshments were serried by the High ediool eirli and nnch credit la duo to Mies" Mary Ostlnnd, anij tha executlTe'of the Lit- erary who. so ably were in charge ind Mr. Petley managed the entertainment program.' iv: The Ladies' Aid of Knoz Church, were "At Home" in the school room on Thm-sday afternoon to their friends and :ladles of- the and orer two'hundred guests called Aortas the afternoon. and; wcro by Mrs. A. H. Denoon and Mrs. "W. J. Sweet peas and Cosmos fnmed .the note of .'the room while the tea' table wai attrac- tive with flowers'of pint and wh'lte and jiroflded over by Sirs. Chirtes Mc- Klllop and Mrs. A. R.. McOuire, WHO vfre assisted by the G C. Coje. j. E. Terrill, A. M.. Marshall, R. B. Herbert, H. W; Greig, A. B. Staf- ford, X A. Livingstone. o WEDDINGS 4> On Sunday, October '3rd at Wesley church, Cecily Soldfng, late o was milted !n marriage to Jlalph Shld- le'r, of Baroha by the Key. C. K. Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Shidler -will 'reside !n the city.- HOWILBDT In Wesley chruch on Monday, ober 4th, the Rev. C. -B. Craig untied m marriage. Rose' and George Hylton' Parker, .both of Bow Island. Mr; and Mrsl'Parker will lake up resb de'nca in Bow Island. BEWARE OF DECEPTION Statistics show that when egg men is as a, constituent of baking powder, the amount s6 used is too small (visually of to affect the'quality or effectiveness of the baking powder containing it, and when so is plainly for the purpose of fraud. Intelligent buyers will not permit themselves to be deceived by the water glass test. MAGIC BAKING POWDER contains no alum or egg albumen and Is guaranteed to be composed of the ingredients printed on the Made in Canada By Canadians v For Canadians PJW t Ul pppoapfi H damp 10 aqi ojai QXO BLOUSES A big in Blouses for Saturday's selling only, Ladles' Fine Pongee Silk Blonaes, 1n all sizes, well' made and neat White Habntal Silk Blouses In good quality and neat style. Worth easily. Night Special, A WOOL BLANKETS 10 sah-s ot good Wool Blankets. Site 64 i 81'laches. doable bed she. These were purchased three years Some aro slightly soiled. Regular values worth J15.00 Night Special, A r A FLANNELETTE BLANKETS oulck telling on Saturday night. .White or grey. 12 i 4 Flannelette Blankets, the largest size, and all quality goods, sett and well finished. Regular ?6.00 pair. Saturday "Night Special, AA LADIES' HOSE Ladles' tall weight cotton hoao, in groy anil brown. A lot of sampfea and seconds that aro wonderful All sizes. Worth in the regular way 76c to 85c. Night Special, LINGERIE COTTON Two pfeces for thrifty shoppers ot our famous 1'rlncesa Lingerie Colton. It Is 42 Inches wide. Suitable for all kinds 'of underwear or any purpose whore fine cotton la required. Free from dressing. Saturday Night Special, LADIES' COMBINATIONS Ladles' fine cambric combinations, made in envelope styled 'Some are daintily embroidered in neat designs. Fin- est quality of materials. Values worth up to ?5.00 today. Saturday Night Special, IYLAND COMPANY CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The regular, business meeting of the St. Aneustin's auxiliary will be held on Monday at 3 p.m. In the Parish hall. REPORT OF THE OF HEALTH ftTTRACTIVt COSTUME FOR .-THE SMALL QIRL Tho little girl who makes her Jlrst adventure in the pursuit of learning this winter will he charmed with this eoElume. H Is developed in a pretty shade of bine wool velours. The coat la cut with a yoke that is continued down the front and back panelB. Tha sleeves are'designed with very deep Coaldala Chapter No. 16, 0. B. 3. armhotes, for this coat affects tho dol- man style. of beaver appear on the upper- parts of the sleeves and also used for the tight "cuffs.. A Chapter No 7 and all Masonic orders handsome .collar of beaver gives rich- are cordially Inritod neaa to this interesting coat Toe hat IB fashioned from'the blue Telours and are giving a dance next Friday, OcL 16th In the Hay Growers' hall, Coal- dale. Members ot 'the Maple -Leaf The Art Needle Work club will meet at the home of Mrs. D. A. Simp- son 637 Sth Bt. oh Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Major Jaak Rose Chapter 1.0. D.E. aro giving a'Military Ball on ThurBday, November lltb, (Armistice In the Masonic hail. Tha regular weekly Sunday evening concert will be given-In the Colonial theatre on Sunday evening. Women of Legion Chap- ter 338 will meet in the Moose'Hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock sharp. The initiatory degree 'will be confer- red and Important business discussed, also nomination of officers. The sen- ior regent requests a prompt and full attendance. In view of the fact tboir initial bazaar was such a splendid success last year, the Women: ot Mooseleart Legion are makiug preparation' for their second annual baiair -which they Intend holding on Saturday afternoon, Dec..4th. The St. Mary's WV A. will hold their regular monthly meeting In the Parish hall on Monday afternoon at All members are earnestly requested to attend aa there is important business. Tho Military Chapter I.O.D.E. are proposing to hold a series of whist drives during' the coming winter in the auditorium of the GiW.V.A. club rooms. These whist drives are being held on the flrst Friday of every month and the Military Chapter are doing all in their power to insure everyone who attends a pleasant evening. Two valuable be-given at tho end of the season, fuller details ot 'hich will be published later. The 'Ladies' Society of the B. of L, and B. will hold their regular irieet- The Medical Health Officer, in his eport for the month of September, rlves the following cases of contagions nd infectious diseases In the city: >iptheria 1, measles 1, chicken pox 0, uncertain I.' There. were 11 deaths from the ollowing gastro enteritis, 1. carlet fever, 1 marasmus, 1 defective 3 cholera Infantum, 1 was'" this iv- teoiiarj, was mis Laboratory Work Samples of water examined 8; cam- ples of milk examined -specimens examined 3; diphtheria antitoxin "sup- plied supplied'20 points; .mailing' outfits given'out 7. GUARD FOUND GUILTY OF- TAKING MAIL Oct. llth, at ing on Monday, sharp. The regnlar monthly meeting of St Mary's Women's auxiliary will be held On Monday afternoon, October lllh in the Parish hall at sharp. 'All membera are nrged to attend. CARMANGAY NEWS (JYom Our Own Correspondent) CAIiMANOAT, OcL Mar Lowe Is reported as being seriously ill This week tho youngest child of Mrs J. Hasten of this town was taken sud denly sick. It was hurried off t but succumbed to Illhea last night Tho Enchant tronpo are performln. in town this evening. Last Wednesday's picture at the hal was a dandy, one depleting scenes I the Yukon gold rush. Mr. A. Hart o? Maclepd has.arrive here and taken up duties at C P. It. depot here. Yesterday we had a dey of heav; rain which compelled.the farmers t cease threshing operations. Dr. Stanley, M.UA. of Calgary, is t sneak on the referendum at tho plctur hall here 'on the 10th inst. at 3 o'clock Tho Rev. Clcgg Is SUM busy wlt! llio referendum organization work I this district. in World BuiUf at Cost of Mil- lion Dollars LONDON, Sept. ence of Associated mos unique office building in liondon, fo more than a quarter of a century th jsincss headquariers and of the te Lord William Waldorf As'to'r, is to e sold. Built at a cost of moro than this pfflcc-palace occupied ni3 of the most commanding positlous n the famous embankment. Architects have called it the most riglnal structure- ,of its kind: in the in tliat it combines many of the nEplratlons ot the old world with all he modern devices of. present-day usiness. It is constructed of. gray Lone, In Tudor stylo arid never has ny building offered; such discourage- ment to burglars.' A.strong, though rtlstlc iron railing, surrounds the puse, all. the many, windows have ron bars' and'entrance can Ofily b'o buined through a'massivo gateway f bronze. Model of Columbus'. Ship Above it all is a intip, gilt galleon, in ull sail, an exact model of the caravel n which Columbus crossed the seas, a happy reminder, as someone has lointe'd out, "of the American-made wealth which made the splendid bulld- ng possible." When one enters the office he Is con- ronted by a magnificent-carved stair- case- which occupies the greater por- ion of the center of tha house. Oak beams, mahogany panelling, marble Iqors abound throughout and many of ho fittings have been' declared price- Tho house holds many rare treas- ures. Among tho most important are ,he folio Shakespeare; the first edl- jon of Spencer, a 16th century book of colored maps, many inlaid tables and cabinets and a ponderous four- poster bed with Gobellu'hanglngs. Monument to 'Astpr .Although used nn both a residence and office, several enthusiasts aro urg- ing that it bo purchased by. tho city of London as a pennant homo for tho London city museum, so well could II be adapted to pub.IIo use, The first Lord' Aslpr spent much of his tfmo In tho building, managing his American properfleS'frpni hero and di- recting his newspaper; the Pall Mall Gazette. After his death tho vblnmb of business to be'transacted became less and the' present Astor .hav- ing no use for tho building it is to bo sold, but will always be a monument to the memory and personality ot the Ip.te William Waldorf Astor. abscess of the lung, 1 cerebral haemor- .ga, 1 indigestion and marasmus, fraction of City Water In the tests of the city water ihere was no trace; of tho colon bacillus (typhlod Of bacteria the high- est count was 3L and the lowest 1, with an average ot 7.25. Results of Milk Tests Butter Pat. Butterwick....... 43 Crystal Dairy 3.7 Chief Mountain......... 3.7 Results of Tests of Milk for Sediment Grade Grade Crystal Dairy.................1 Chief Mountain................ 1 .2 Isolation Report Patieuts admitted during September 1; Patients discharged during Septem- ber 2i September 30th 1; Number of hosipta! days 35 KINGSTON, Sea- ,n po'rtsmOuth "penl- his morning, found ,u MsgJBirate' FarreiPof having w nnlawfully endeavored to cany an un- censored lelter from the Sentence was reserved till tomorrow morning. One of the Seabrook was to receive a reward toi carrying out letters. A TEN MILLION DOLLAR .BRIDGE ACROSS ST. LAWRENCE MONTREAL, Oct. toward the construe-. tion of a new ten million dollar bridge across the St. Lawrence from the foot of McOIli street were taken yester-; day at'etlngiOt various partiea interested. It is packed to please and served its mission II Ii is used in millions of teapots daily. Send us a postal for a f nee sample. Please state the price you now pay and whether Black, Green or Mixed Address Salada, Toronto. em BOTTLE AROUND NECK OF CARRO MEDINA, Sask., Oct. Whe Augustus H. Ball, deputy mlnlater o education, dug up In his garden re cently a potato In which was embsi dod on unblushing, corkscrew, som of his friends wero enough suggest that tho bottle could not far away. They were entirely wrong Th bottlo was or at .least part of U several blocks away, snug- ly fixed around the neck of carrot SUGAR AT 11c POUND NEW YORK, Oct. new low record was made today In tho loca sugar market wllen tho Fcderal-Sugfir He'fmlng company reduced tho prlco o re.flned sugar a cent a pound to 11 cents. SIX VACANCIES IN CANADIAN SENATE growing Father In tha 0' the Rev. OTTAWA, Oct. vacancies In the sCiialo aro expected to bo'fillet shortly. Tho vacancies are dlvldci ainong the- provinces'49 follows: Ontario, two; British Columbia, Al bcrla, one; Saakatchaira'n, one; Movi Scotia, .6119. Give Bread First Place In Your Diet The health of the family depends on 's good nourishing The skilled housewife realizes that. She knows that while carrots, chops, and lots of others things are essential to a well-balanced diet, Bread, Best of all Foods, off era biggest food value for the smallest amount of money. To insure every penny spent for food bringing biggest returns in body-building material, she makes Bread the basis of every rheaU Children grow keep get a generous Bread diet. For bounding health eat more Bread, Slices for One." i. Lethbridge-baked Bread ia Bread at its Best- tempting arid nutritious. pure, THE LETHBRIDGE BAKERS ;