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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 27.1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVES PHOXB ISM MILADI a P..p. Slut has been holding .Its. dances'tn the Masoulc1 Hall, where miny other prominent organizations hold, dascei, and tho .provrd which 'turned out was far too large for the of Ho hall. The club conducts Itself on i strict- ly Imitation plan and Ilia officers have ewrclslnt considerable fare la Issuing Last night's flance was announced as a "SiBKle tnd It 'everything the name Among the dances of the evening wera the "Superintend- ent's Special the "Narrow the "Haf- tern's Special" and others. No announcement was ever made as to 'PERS3NAL 1 6 Mrs. E. B. Hill will not neelr- Ing tomorrow (Thursday) turned to his duties In the law office of Mr, A. B. Hogg. Maglitrate B. N. Barker of Card- aton a visitor In the city' on his way to the Pass. Mr! Wm. Laurie, veteran lawyer of Cardilon.-wasva week-end visitor- In the city. 'fi little daughter Patricia, are vltltlng tsj the cltj- fof.ix few smtti of r H. E. and Miss Beryl Jnjthe room were Mrs. .W, u nd Kenzle, Mrs. Hufner, Mrs. 11. w. Miss Mrs. Ship: "x" .'that 'iiin will rewVer-l k Ffergiuon guests o[ Mr. a: SJra. P. Cain of Calgary what kind of dances would be, and the dancers were Iclt In Ignor- ance until the nvjsic started. Can- noneers Jazz Baud was in attendance. The home of.Mrs. J. Livingstone was the scene of a very, delightful "At Home" yesterday afternoon. A charmingljVappoiDted tea table trid.Vllh chrysanthemums was pre- BldjjdVover by the Itastess. .Assisting Daily Fashion I Gertrude Gocoa Date Roly-Poly 2 cups flour 4 ttispooui baklnj Wersoitfpf Calgary, was the 7th Haarlem hospital and Is now at guest of 'Mr.' "and Mrs. William' M. home. tens this afternoon la honor of Miss Helena Simpson. Mrs. Bade, who has been visiting ._ her daughter, lira. J. H. Dunning, for school room the past few months, left today for church. Mrs. her home In Walla Walla, Wash. Harris oyer the weekend. S.i of the most Long, lire. LaycofX, Mrs. Jas. Living' stone, and the Misses May Young and Alberta Hufner. v- Last eTenlng the Camp Fire Girls gave a farewell supper and miscellan- eous.Shower In honor of-Miss Prossor, who Is severing her connection with MagiBlrate-Bn'mta M !n tho city on bis way to Macleod. Mr. Aaron Goodman, who has been artlsllc and enjoyable muslcalea given the Camp aftcr a year and a.halr by. tho .Calgary Women's Musical pf faithful guardianship. A Jolly time was heard by> large Epent arouna tha table> after audlenc> afternoon tn the smgs recitations were giv- the ;FIrat Baptist en ttnj a preseritatl5n of china and SIUlhouM, nee Miss Otijer artlciea was mide. 81mm, of Lethbridge, forn T Among.the Hallowo'en festivals and Iclals, another'enjoy.ible evening can ut5 spent at the entertainment given by the young people of the Christian Friday, 29th. The even- tucata possessor of a rlcb. .contralto Hor nrn. gramme wag Tell chosen and showed great variation ol taste. Mi Matter (violinist) and Mrs. D. N. Mc- Taylsh (pianist) assisted. Mrs. Mill- Jiouss's usuEual beauty nnd power, of quits remarkable depth and richness, and her singing is dlstin-' gulshedrby Intensity, eympathy and dramatic effect. This was particular- ly noticeable in "The Cry of (Mary Turner also In ''0 Don; fnom the opera Don Carlo, (Ver'dl.) The groups of'songs were: well chosen and were aung with that Intaljlgenttsyinpathy and sincerity: which help; to make the.true artiste.] ment wllh spooks ana hobgoblins, etc. The danco given by the will'be filled with all the happy' mys- taries-of Hallowe'en. There will b'e witches and black cats and there w'11 be good .luck to those who attend. lay'be obtained from srjbf'thp chapter or at .the I drug store. of BongSi "Five Baby Ballads" (Hurl French, songs were also very enjoyable. FREE RUNNING Tiftbte Salt tHt CANADIAN SM.T cqUMITeO SOCIAL Last night's dance under the aus- plces.of-the O: P. R. Social-and Ath- letic Club Tproved that Lethbridge Is In larger hall, net only for dance's publio meetings. The I rap milk K teaspoon ronilli ubJespoom butter H teaspoon lalt tnblwpoons Cowan'a Date fillinj Mix flour, ult, Epwder and Gowan Cocoi; OitiaiJie butter, and aid milk slowly, nuc- ing (thoroughly." Tum on fionred. board, roll inch thick. Spread with date fil- ling; ipll. Steam mm- ntcs, bring careful not to raUecoverduring stunting. Serve with hard sauce. TKeBesftej SEAL BRAND COFFEE Council of Women will he held in tha Y.M.C.A. auditorium on Friday, Oct. 29th at 4 p.m. This meeting ls-open to all women ol the city.: Mrs. Trelivlng's section of the Re bekahs will meet at the home of Miss McKay at 612 6th Street South, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. i The monthly.meetlng pt the'United Church W. M. S. will he hold at the borne of Mrs. I, B. Gray, 1516 4th Ave o'clock. A cordial -Invitation la extended to the ladles of the congregation. .V The teachers' and officers of Weslev Sunday'school will meet'at 8 o'clock OB Thursday hi'the ladles' paflnr of the church. The W. M. S. of Wesley church will not hold Its regular meeting on Thurs- day but will have an op'eh meeting on Tuesday evening. A good program la helng prepared. .Everybody welcome. 9 Mrs. Foi's section of the Wesley Ladles' AW will meet at Mra. Lay- cock's, 330 9th Street South, at 3 o'clock .tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. section of the Wesley ladles' Aid will tnaet at Mrs.'Ayles- worth'a, 638 13th Street, at 3 o'clock tomorrow attamoon. A short business'meeting of the Camp Flrrt Girls was hold last night when final arrangements were made for tho Hallowe'en tea and pantry sale which .will take i place on Saturday next from 4 to G o'clock. The., roont will he appropriately decorated and A FUR-TRIMMED VELVET DRESS There is a lavish use of fur many of Ibe smart coat dresses that are so fashionable this Esason. Of this model of dark blue velvet gray squirrel Is used. Particularly attract- ive is the square-cut neck opening with Its iorder of fur. A soft belt ol tho velvet encircles tlie tnnic.-ygenerdusly is punctuitci by etrlps of fur that extend for aboul Inches up the skirt. Very tight Is the underskirt InVcontrast to the soft folds of the tunic. The hat, of (lark -blue velvet, shows a delightfu draping of the embroidered veil. McMillan of the local elevator com a program of music and recitations, puny, pointed out that the port would will ,be given, during .the tea. WEDDINGS HECKE A pretty wedding took place at 10.30 .Rectory. when the ftev. Fatter Eideault united In marriage Caroline Lane Mstthews, y6ungost daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Matthews of London, England, and Raymond Van son of Mr. "I ended corns forever in this scientific way" r MOlioM hm that about BVue-iay. tried ft and told oAeis trie gam Mory. So the we tpread, until com have largely diaappeareri, K you have a corn you cao settle it lo> "Ajpply Hctttld Hue.jay or a Blue-jay The pain will atop. So6n the corn will and '''lime 6nt, Think what folly it it to keep to K pare or pad them, or to the old rmrsh Here ta gentle, and It wao created by a noted chemist in this world-famed laboratory. tt is ending millions of com B by a touch. relief ii quick, and it ends them completely. Try it Corns ato utterly necd- less, and tfiio'ia the time to prove it. fiom your druggiit, y'f Bluer ay _ _ 'Plaster or Liquid The Scientific Corn Ender HACK, tlmM rWYotV do away..with-grain conseslion in the Minneapolis market. Other representatives of various concerns who appeared before the commission hold that'the great unde- veloped of the northwest would be developed and that transport-, ation would greatly benefltted. WANT U.S. TO ASK 'BRITAIN TO WITHDRAW TROOPS FROM IRELAND WASHINGTON, Oct. tary of State Colby today made an engagement to receive at the (tate The Store of Quality Groceries ..35c Special On Apples for One Week Only No. 1 winter Gena, Kaldwins. Per case Bird's -per package. Small, pec package, Bird's Pudding Powder, per package .-15c> -'JamesonY'Java and :Mocha Coffee, per 1 Ib. >V .65ci Rolled .Oats, Robin Hood Rolled Oats, Quaker Tubes .40c I B1M4 Hcsnn- jon are fat strocf at wtlT, yim slaifitaTj m vena rids it to yourself to snake the followinf lest? red ana emrsca tbfwBcij IM wild- See Lowlonr you caa.wotfc or BOW far you If yon are'not irtroni or" j Tourstlf to tr-1 .......---------LfMteana can walk -witfcwt ftwominr ,brw. Nert Wltkrat tils flea; nt tw fm-mla of erdrnirr Kn> jf Iroa In K, tfcot can be Ires tbrn tiint r for two untx, aao perfecUim or forct vst test JW strcBfftll ania ice aov wort Jnoi joa fei'S- w. crcxlioj; new bloM cells, the txrt whole sxJKn wjlh freih TIJOT and to-, IM KTWtiif KOMW Off wiclbtr wrrai.lit yotinj. or toiib 1 I slronjly iTrise ertry nun or wo- totrtor mi taren mat rating ul Tin i sun who is oat iroi Minneapolis Kcars It Would stroy (he Milling Industry of That City MINNBAPOUS, Oct. estab- lishment of an ocean port nl Duluth will Bcrloualy threaten tho extinction Of (ha MlnncapallS milling industry unldBK cc'Gnn rntoa on flour nre placed on a parity wllh grain, mombfirB of tlio Intornnllonal Joint Watorwavs CdTfimlsslon were told today by W. P. Trjckelt, manager of tha Mlnnrapnlls Trhfftc atsicfatlon at a hcarlne hero today, declaring that an ocean prjrl at piilulh.wouirl'be of tremendous Inl- porlSttco fo the entire northwest and Western Canada, Mr. Trlckett colled Attention to tho menace faced by the local milling Industry because ocean rates permit tho shipment of grain at less cost than flour. "Tho ho said, "was a ten- dency among tho foreign buyers to grain to bo made into flour abroad." Tho sentiment amonc. tie hiislness- MM It In Mot of ihtfWijffit." Furs for the Family Mother and daughter will be pleasantly surprised at the distinctive styles, the skilled all the unusual values in high quality Furs. The selection is so extensive that every wopan will find keen pleas- ur6 in reviewing- the varjed assortment. Our present stock is more, beaiir tiful land greater than eyer; shown before, I i r THE siMPsoj., Ltd. ;