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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 4, 1920 THE FIFTEEN 6 X "J 1. CANADIAN CANOE SONG 0 "ic sad Mr. E. C. are Daily Fjishioiv By Certiai'.e Bwesfo'rd uo tide, Mr.-and Mn. W. iM are toavtac mUldk. Of this month tor HoBctos, a, Uiey will ihMr futlirn home. heaven's chteteti pride. Above theo BctoVUee 0. P. R. linos, and J. 11. Cameron, super- division, are Tlslt- ore In theUtoMl Miss has the city In Vsucbirrer.-' H Mr. W.' llendricka, who has speni the last month has turned to the city.' Miss' ale Conn jeft this, to speni. ite weekend" al Htllc'fest; Sirs. A. E. Wilson Lethhridge, who was in the city to attend, the wedding, is leaving for her homec Albertan.- Missef'Mae- and'Reta-A'on Blarcom leaving today to spend a holiday with their.mcle in Calgary.-.. The ma'aMHenda of. jffi John Pimm will Deceased, tcl know, thai he Is re- cent operation, x; 9 .f Mr. of-lha fitandaril 'Bank, Mrs. are J. g. 'LWray, v r, Mils Miua'ie VWieJ. Is .a -visitor in !Winnifred; (With, -Mr.. and Joe Fisher. Miss Nespltt arrived In the city 'from Edmonton today to be the gu'ect of Mr. and Mrs. 'M.-Dunsworth'for a few Mr. .and Mrs. B.' AInbworth and family, Mlis Jackson, Miss Maqkenils Mrs. iv. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Lone aad daugh- ter Disio are spending a holiday with Dr, anil Mrs. RoberUcn. on tb.elr farm near'Caniston. .They will'bo absent couple of short visit to Caljary and. Edmonton. i. Rev. and Mrs. 0. Curtis goni Mr. Curtis es- Into as superta- ten'deot of o'clock, girls at 4, ladies. .7.59. rhoue the secretary, JUs. AHIecn, 1852, for Inforiaatlon. Tha recently p'rganireil "Harold Henderson" ot the' Empire, is composed of children from Westm'tustsr school not Central, as stated In last night's Issue, it is likeljr that a carter will be oiganlred at Central Ui'the 'future. r Don't forget tno dance being held on labor at the Exhibition grounds under the auspices ot tha Ma'or Jack RoBB'Chauter, 1.0. U.K., (roiu S till 2. Af 11.34 tomorrow morning Presi- dent Meyer of Eils- worth College, Iowa Kails, will give address at the Christian church on the aubject "The Crowlh and Power -of Personality." Professor Meyer Is a gifted speaker and It is hoped a great number will turn out to hear nla WEDDINGS Dr. Marcus Dunnrorth of Edmon- on has arrived In the city to visit with his parents (or levoral ilays. Dr. J. E. Homing las (one to Cal- gary wKerfr ho'ta spendlBe a Jew days. i and Mrs.'Bnrnard led yesleraay'attoraocil for an ex- londed Tlslt to Ontario cities; .awarded by' the floilal. corrimitte's 'of lied1 Cross r.ef Canadian jipe'diUqnafy '.forces. Jurlng' the war. This decoration ia International. In character and Is awarded1, only to women..whose the cause of been', 'of .paramount Importance, While .women jjave just been declared'eligible'to receive the Victoria Cross, it is recalled that so long ago as ISGS'-the officers of the Royal Munster. Fnsllers presented lo the wife of their commanding officer a replica ot tho Victoria gross IB gold. ThlSi was in .recognition ot-jher con- splclous gallantry to FOR THE FORMAL EVENING FUNCTION This sumptuous evening gown is destined for the forma.1 affairs of eve- ning. The black aad white illustra- tion, however, can never reveal the great beauty of this.creation. It la orlsioKted in lustrous jade green vol- ret fplds are draped about the figure that the height of the wearer'is emphasised. Here and there a brighter gleam ot color Is apparent, for It Is faced with a shining satin in richer AB 'beautiful draperies reach the ground they devel- op into a handsome train., The head- dress Is made of strands ot Paradise that .are arranged BO that they flare toward the trout. dnty %hlle TOlontarily nursing the men of ths regiment- during BU out- break of cholera. aJor Price an, SOB of and M'rs, of Gore, Bay, On.t. The maniaEO will tako place in Sept. i One of the pretlvcst house weddings Of the season was that of Olivd May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Uenson, to -Edward Elmer Muir, only son of Mr. and Muir, of Port Hope, Ontario, held ftt the home of the bride on Wednesday afternoon iu Calgary. -Rev.: C. B. Bland officiating. The bride, who'was given away by her father, wora a lovely suit of cream serge with large white taffeta hat, and corsage bouquet of' white rosss. She was altended.o'y-'MlRS Beryl Graham, as bridesmaid, attired In silver grey organdie, with large mauve hat, and wearing a corsage bouquet of ophella roses and sweet peaB. Mr. Kenneth !j. Hohertson'supported the groom. Following the ceremony a reception was Jield. .Mrs.'Ben6ou; molhor ot tho bride, received the guests and was assisted by the.bride's.sister, Mrs. J. BJTOIL Coutts. Mrs. E. A.1 Ulhbridgc, In pale green brocaded crepe de chine) with large black' hat, poured lea, while Mrj. S..D. StSples, of Hed Deer, In a pink, fiuit'with ermlno fur, and hat of cut the ices Miss Lillian Masters, Miss Elhe! ilanna and Misa'Arina Stooke assistetl lu serving. Mr. and Mrs. Muir left for Toronto and Port Hope, where they will'm'ako their claim1 somenesi'lw That'ion no other ingredient does so if1 important, .therefore,