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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAy, SEPTEMBER 14, 1920 TBfi LETHBRiDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI PHONE 12S1 PERSONAL- f Friends will regret to bear that little Anna Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnston, Calgary, Is ill in tha Van Haarlem hospital. v Mrs. A, H Dunlop, who has at the .coast for the past few years, has returned to the cltj' to Join her husband. A. E. Dunlop, K.C. .Mr. S. Porter 0. Clarko leave on Sunday (or Itegina to atteoiJ the Rotary conference.' '_ lour of the. west, Mr. Darfd Haicrpw, of Transcona, Winni- peg, was a visitor in the city, the guest of his cousin, Mac- Kay, who accompanied him far as Calgary. Miss Julia Overguard left Similar for Seattle to continue her pre-medl- cal course, specialising In Bacteriol- ogy, at the University of Washington, after spending tho summer vacation In Lethbridge with her sister. Mrs. D. Metcalfe. J. R. Renton, of Is among tho visitors in the city today and will leave tonight for BritUh Columbia. Mrs. James Alrd has returned from a delightful visit In Calgary and Banff where she spent the past few weeks. Mrs. Stover anrf family, who have been at the coast for the past couple of months, have returned, to the city and will take up residence at the former Perry home, on Sth Ave. South.- t U C. Charlesvrorth, chairman of the Irrigation Council, is in Letubridge today. Miss Jean Mackenzie lias returned from Nelson whore she has been the guest ot Mrs. W. J. Nelsor. Dr. Monroe of Dow Island is a visi- tor in the city. Miss. Macs! Winter returned from her vacation today, after spending two enjoyable weeks in Calgary and Banff. J. n. Hogg, of Hogg I.ytle. Win- nipeg, iii visiting his brother, A. Hogg. Miss Agnes Bullock returned from a. three months' visit in Eng- Miss Bullock's mother and sis- ter are expected to return to the city in November. C V V Mrs. T. Taylor presided over the meeting In the Wesley cburch on Kri- rtay ovening at Edmonton, when the temperance forces lined up for tha referendum campaign. .Mrs. Nellie McCtung gave an address along tem- wranco lines, urging upon her aud- ience the necessity of having all vot- ers register. Information as lo the method of'registration was given, and the workers Instructed as to their general line of action. There wan a good attendance, and keen interest displayed. 1605 Ave. Nortb, on Wednesday evening ife Y.'V. A. cf St. Augustin's church-will meet for. the first time this season in the-St. Auguslin's hall on Thursday evening1 at 6 o'clock. Since restrictions have been made In regard to th'a ages ot young members it is to overcome thft by en- listing the co-operation of other mem- bers of. the-Anglican church who are desirous of Increasing tho helpful- ness and sociability Qf the church's With. this object In view, It Is hoped that 3 great many the first meeting on Seiil. Iftli. when oiBcers be clact- ed and the program fpr the season discussed. Tho Centra! W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. John W. Craig, 504 14th St., on Thursday afternoon at 3.00.' tf ff ANNOUNCEMENT The engagement Is announced be tvveen Major Joscellno William Little ton, second son of tho lato Rear Ad mlral the Hon. Algernon Charles Littleton and Lady Margaret L-ittle ton, of London, England, and Annl< McKarrell (Nancy) Wolley-Dod youngest daughter of Lt.-CoI. and Mrs A. G. Wolley-Dod ot Calgary. The engagement ia announced be- tween Frank Swan of Pckisko, Alia., only son of Lt.-Col. and.Mrs. Francis Lr.ldley Swan, Blackheath, England, and Marjorie, second daughter of ILt-CoI, and Mrs. A. G. Wolley-Dod Calgary, The marriage took place at moaton recently of Rev. W. H. Irwin to Miss Edna Young, of Edmonton. Hev. Irwin was at one time pastor of the Methodist cburch Bellevue, and is now In charge of Norwood Metho- dist church, Edmontoa. SOCIAL Mrs. W. -H. McCaSrej was a tea hostess today in honor of Mrs. W. Matthews who leaves the. city short- ly. Mrs. 0. H. Dunning entertained a number of friends at the tea hour yes- 1 tefdoy in honor of her mother, Mrs. I W. 0. Bade, ot Walla Walla, Wash. a t i- A very pleasant evening was spent i at tho Moore residence last night when Miss Evelyn Moore entertained a party of eighteen girl friends a towel, given lu honor of Miss Lillian Mitchell, whose inarriaEO takes place on (he 2Ist of this month. During tho evening little Margaret Moore presented many beautiful gifts to tho brldo-clcct. j. Election Likely New Brims wick Next Month I_____ PKEDBH1CTON, N. B., Sept. Tho Gleaner, today "In spite of the reiterated official denials that have, Men'given to re- ports, preparations' have been going on quite actively, especially during the pan a provin- cial general election and some time ago Saturday, October S, was tenta- tivply set as the data for palling. "Since then the beclouded situation respecting the St. John by-election has arisen In the Liberal camp in St. j John aad that, together with other fac- tors, has caused some delay in the preparations. "The.program as it-now stands, is that there, will be a general provincial election either later, in Octobsr or early in Nqfemher. eiecutlvo of the New Bruns- wick Temperance Aljiancc met yes- terday and issuefl 3. statement de- claring the part th'ey intend to play In the coming election. The alliance executive decided to again urge the Daily Fashion Uy Gerlrwle Eeresford A TAILORED SUIT FOR EARLY FALL With the flret days of Fall a wo- men's thoughts naturally turn to new clothes. Frequently her foremost con. sideration Is the new suit, for cool breezes demand a coat of some sort. This model Is made of navy blue trieo- tine, for, despite the popularity of brown this season, navy holds a perm- anent place In the sraart woman's affections. The skirt is straight and rather tight, and the hem is about ten inches off the floor. The coat Is cut with a roll collar and is finished with a one-button fastening. The lower part, as well as the bottom, of the skirt is elaborated with inserts of plaid. A touch of this trimming is nl- so noled on the cuffs, while the tan ot black velvet Is banded with the tartan. government to convene the legisla- ture at the earliest possible date anil pass the resolution prohibiting the importation of liquor Into the province for personal use at oace as the first item of legislation.' "Another resolution set forth that in view of an election an effort should be made to secure pledges from every candidate nominated. "Premier Foster, in the course of a statement regarding resig- nation, stated, that the minister dis- agreed with the government on the question of the location of a game preserve." 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