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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fttlDA.'Y; OCTOBER 29, 192U THE LETHBRDDGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE FtFTEEH S. Bacon Hillocks, ex-Jl.P.P.' ot Cal- giiy was In the city V Mrs. S. Davis aad small Alberta, an guests her Mr. pjorja.' Porter. i..'.. .7 Mrs. Ghas. AicKillop his returned froni attending a W. S. held in Medicine Hat. t 6 v ,We regret to learn.-that 0. 'I 4 Touaj ladies of fet. Patrick's church held a In Harper's hall 'last night tbat was attended by about fifty Daily Fashion ..By (iartru-e Bareatord until ij iThe was supplied by a tnree-plece orchestra. Those who hare not yet secured tickets'for1 the Haflo'wo'en 'dance to- night by the Sikpkotokl Chapter, 1.0. Hansen has it necessary !D-B- will be able to get same at hall to go to Lethbrldge for hospital treat-i tonight. merit P. A. Camel! was ulen very, seriously- PI last 'week and Is in Leth- The usual Sunday evening orcbes- bridge for hospllol treatment Latest concert will be'given In the Col- reports'-ife "MrsT 'onial 'theatre on flext Sunday teven- nine o'clock ne, tji-mg recently purehatsed j the Jlonjcn boms, the former homo of Mrs. A. M. Creek Mrj J. Eassctt, formerly i resident of the T. M. C. A., LelhbrlOge, arriv- ed ICL the city at noon yesterday with Mrs. ,B2ssett -jand yill reside..on 12th' nortfc. Mr. and Bassett vme'''ni_rrled Jarst week In': and .will make their home' in. Lath- bridge... f- Miss Bawden rlas a tea Hostess yes- tordejr afternoon In courtesy to Mrs. Frank Colpmari. Miss Belli MeNabb on Wednesday Avanjhg In honor ot Miss A. whosemarriage Is to'take sbortlT..; was recipient of eotae handsome pics- CMUfCHEe O v. .v- fY; M. C. A. onr Tuesday evening. Any lady vcisolag to Join this club should tele- phone Allison, 1852, belore Tues- SAjCi'nf'E i The Camp Fire Girls Hallowe'en tea and pantry. Ealo. will ,he .held tomor- row afternoon from 4 to 8 in Wesley hall. The room will -be seasonably decorated and a program will be ren- Tha bodice Is cut with.very short sleeves and an unusually high collar, which however. Is 'open at the front. Embroidery in dull :blue and gold ap- pears about the sleeves and upper part of the bodice. This decoration is also used with good effect on the lower part'of the corsage aud the skirt dered during tea. social boar. Come and spend a LITTLE CANADIAN "--WINS FILM'FAHE REAL MINCEMEAT The :soclety of Wesley larch Is giving a'pa'geant "inasmuch" _____ and presented with a Francn turenty-fonr young people on Tues Jv we.llilfl. 8 o'clock. _ "Uncle Wllmorc, Ky., 'itlen-eVI' church serrlce irtssei In.the salt of clothes he was married in 60 years ago, which cost He eipects to bfr buried in it. FORESIGHT better than hindiight. Those who take EMULSION t _1_ i regularly foresight.dwt large dividends in cr 2uu Admission, BB'GJ hall at adults 25c, ceeds will be devoted' to the. mission. Everybody welcome.1' c- v (Toronto Saturday Night) Margaret "Pauline Ross Cafhvright, or Little Cartwrigbt, famous child-actress, th6 sis-year-old daugh- ter and- Mrs. Conway Cart- "wrigufbf Vancouver, and granddaugh- "What do.I.put.iu it? Oh, a little of everything laughs Eloise one small lot'already this I tho ingre- dients. Two cups of minced beef, 2 cups.of fresh suet chopped quarts pint grape jelly, .half plnt.raajila syrup, I pint pickled and allspice, 3 cups sugar, 2 Ibs raisins, seeded and chopped pound currants, 2 taaspconBful 3 teaspoonsful spices. Let stand until sugar melts: IP stir vigorously and coo'k care (uily over a slow' fire for a gooc hour. I put my .mincemeat in steril ized pint cans and seal while boiling hot. If not nipis't enough I add more fruit juice while cooking. Is it gootl Well, house is willing io-mnke an Dfflva'dit to tliat elfcct." ter of. Str Richard Cartwrlght; the well-knowu'- Canadian EUtcsman, re- ier.-Batirs city. Blue foothills cfear out against the blue California .sky made a VIOLENT EARTHQUAKES nursing mission hall on Tuesday, November'2nd at 4 p.m. WEDDINGS of.a the Lasky open-air studio, Hollywood, California, A monthly meeting of .the nursing when the wrlier first met little'Teggy'- mission board will be hold_In the who has just returned to Vancouver after an absence of two years in the moving picture world. Peggy was born In the Bute street aospltal, Vancouver, and named after Pauline Johnson, the- Indian poetess, ho was there as a patient at (ho time. Was it an inspirational thought or the spirit of prophecy that prompt- ed theHnatani-poetess, who waJnn old personal -'friend 'of tho Cartwrlghts, to romark jocularly after hearing Peggy exercising her, lungs one duy, "Well, she has certainly her grandfather's gift ol oratory." Strange to say, this' Is one of her talents. This famous emotional child-actress. began her career with the well-known Canadians, through whose pictures she became familiar to public. Later sbo nlayed a prominent rolo with Harold Lloyd In his latest and greatest coniedy entitled "Prom Chile, Oct. VinTpnt parthmiakRS.; Bhonk the brpv inces of Atacama'and Coquimbo, north tills gYte o'clock- this 'mom frig. The 5 minutes. NTp one was Injured. ;j At noon Monday, October 25tb, a Uu'let wedding took.placo at the resi- of Bishop Geo.'W. Green, when MissLLiictlS .Weaver oCRaymonfl, and Larsen Raymond, marriage. The bappy'coupse took the afternoon train 'tor Vancouver and where they wilf their honey- moon. of taking a trip; to the moon? iThere'sAplenty here! SPEOAIiFOR ;40c 40c 40c r 7A. i Per ....its. OA. Per Old Country Pepper mist, lb. Plantation Ptr'lb........... Peanut Ptr lb................WC Bakfn; Per lb, ......J. Uaklni; Per V4 !b. HERE IS A SNAP FOR 25c ftnSi ''.Christ church was tbo scene ot a large and tashkinaWe gathering on Tuesday eftning, when" Miss Jlaxino Oreen XJorrls, only daughter of Mr. Mrs.Vi. H. Morris of Edmonton, wa_ to Mr. nicbard Owen Greet Bennett, son of U.-Col. C. C. Bennett, of Victoria, B. C. Rt. Rev. Bishop Gray, assisted by tho IJev. E. Pierce-Bouldlng, reading tho Prevent Chaps" warm water and Baby's Own Soap. also taking a leading warm TOlenvith Baby's part in the "Third under Qwn rinse well and dry the direction of Henry Kolker, and v-nr wil! with Bert Lyfell In "Alias Jlramy peitectlyr-aiw ycur Skin win w er ye n as ra Valentine." ShB was ulao .featured, be SoK and neypr with Clara Klmball Young." Last slimmer J. Parker Read, Jr., it' per lb. ...t... brl-e'vJboi anterel thetch'urch' bii'tlib arm of was met at. the door by. 'the