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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 29, 1920 THE LETHBRlbGB DAILY HERALD ly'ttnderweat an operation for appea o Mrs. A. G. Robertson'of CirfBtoa, who' has beeu the guest of Mra. A. M. Dowsley for the past few days, left yesterday for Los Angeles, via Salt liaise City. Dr. Robertson relumed to bardst Miss Dora Nlmmoaa lail- today tv Montreal where: shejrlll atteia sho vadaamu 1'ress -Ivino. veiiion: While In the east, will visit, in Toronto and other eastern cities. En route home visit friends In Winnipeg. Miss Isabel Carrathers, wlso has been visiting friends la Oriou and Makiyberries, Is the guest of Miss Leah Voting, en route to her home In Tor- onto. 1.; Fred Kenny left lest ulghl let follow later; Jfrs, Charles McCleiiagh an of bnfljM; matron' visit to Uftlty'cbijilef "p.S.5. on Monday 'night aiid, .wiVVre'Sen'ted 'on.that..occasion wUh-'41S'andsjmei cut glass" pitcher, 'a gilt frofli'the' members of IhE chapter. dicills. Mrs. tVed J. Henderaou of Bow Island Is visiting frisnJs hi the city. Mr. P..M. SanJerof Lethbrloge who was in the city last week-end, re- turned home yesterday. Mrs. Sander, who has been visiting friends here-, returned with B. bis 'BIS, C. R. Carrithere ail fteg. Carruthers of .tlsltlog him on their way to Edmonton; where' they will resume their studies. Calgary Her- fe'.R, 'and 'Miss Coitior have Teturaca hoae in; WInq- sfcr, Qnt.', 'afteri'ricfiJiflK'.iia' past. 'six p'r'. anil. Mrs. V ac'compin- led by Dr. '.Crfpnor. ffili visit for several weekjsjn the and attend the Cljnjcal. of American Sureepns in 'p5r. yrii'BL -Blarcoin from, a from, holt and Calgary. aft tM s ummer_ln after monton'will reBret to hear of the ill- c. WEDDINGS A t o The marriage of Bella Davison, daughter of Mrs.- H.. H, Hayward, 91 Grosvenor avenue, .to Guy M. Proud of Edmonton; was sole'mfirzod by'Rev. W. M: Loucks on Saturday afternoon at .2.30 In All Saints' church. Tho bride, who was given away by her brother. Hod Davison, wore a suit of iVnVy blue gabardine, the straight coat being finished tablets regularly until every trace of the Rheumatism left ms." LORENZO LEDTJC. bor, 6 for J2.50, tritl size 25e. At all dealers nr V.M Fmit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. t'nlou Bank at LethorMge and Mac- "eod. SOCIAL c- Over seventy-five couples were fn attendance at the C. P. R. Social and Athletic club dance last evening in the Masonic hall. This affair proved to be one of the most enjoyable events of their usual series of dances. The program was excellent and the dance selections which were rendered by Mr. Kllburn's orchestra were well encored. At the regular meeting el tho Woman's Auxiliary to tho Y. 31. C. A. asl Friday night tub following offic- ers were, elected and installed for the President, Mrs. H. W. Meech; .vice-president, Mrs. A. M. Marshall; treasurer, Mrs. M. J. Gib- son; recording secretary, Mrs. Petlcy, and corresponding secretary, Mrs. M. S. McArthur. The weekly dance given by the Can- noneers, Jazz Band the super- vision of the Major Jack HOES Chap- ter, I. 0. D. IS. is postponed for to- night owing to the numerous social events the past week but a good attendance Is expected nest Wednes- day evening. Tho regular monthly meeting of Wesley W. M. S. will bo held Thurs- day afternoon at 3.30 fn the church parlor. A special program will be given and every member is urged to be present. A cordial invitation is ex- tended to any visitor in tho city. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary ;o the Y. 'M. C. A. will he held on Krirtay. afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every member Is urged to be present .and any woman In the city who Is Interested in this work, wiil be .cordially welcomed. PAGE ELEVEN c- c- YEARLY, REPORT OF THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY. TO THE Y. M. C. A. The Woman's Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A. was organized August ISth, 1010, and have just completed a very successful year's work. Fourteen Meetings were held with an average attendance of 12. A -number of teas and social gath- erings were held to raise funds to carry on the work. The first being held Sept. 13, In the Y. M. C. A. audi- torium. A tea and pantry sale was held, also on Nov. 1st in the "Y." Mr. Baalim kindly gave the Auxiliary tho' use 6f his show rooms for a tea which was held on Nov. 30th, In Feb- ruary the Auxiliary catered to a ban- quet" given by Christian Men's League. A box social-and dance was held for the V. M. C. A. boys on March 10th in the "Y" auditorium. A very successful strawberry' add Ice cream social and lawn dance was held at the Experimental Farm June 30th, the receipts from same betns; A donation ol was received from the Y. M. C. A. board of directors. Wllh thfl total amount of monoy raised during tho year, which was J50S.53 Improvements have been made on the "Y" by the Auxiliary. Tho auditorium was newly decorat- ed, also new curtains purchased for It. New bllrids and were bought for the Rotunda and window boxes were placed la the windows. The reading room, rotunda and land- ings were all newly decorated. The basement was kalsomtned by Mr. Meads gratis. Twenty new sheets wore purchaser! for the beds. The Auxiliary hope nest year to spend the greater part of their efforts on the dormitories, and ask the sup- port of more women to holn carry on the good work already begun. Mra. Gibson, Secretary. V ff MAKING CUSHIONS "I'm simply compelled to make now cushions for both living-room end complained -ono house- wife. "You see. In tho good old sum- mer lime tho cushions are lugged hither and thither. The girls lake them to decorate the cottage porch and hammock, and the boys coax them out of mejor their- canoes, and there you are." Cushion-making Is nico work for the lengthening evenings. Down fa, of course, tho Ideal filling, but too expensive to be used for common cushions, Next to down comes a Japanese floss, but it Is anything hut Cheap. Ordinary cotton batting is not bad at all 0, tofttcd as follows: Daily Fashion By Gertrm'e Hereford A SUMPTUOUS EVENING WRAP Wraps for fall are distinguished by great magnificence. This applies not only to the wonderful fabrics from which they are made, but also to tl'.e furs and embroidery which adorn them. Color, too, plays a striking part in these creations for evening. This cape is fashioned from Capri blue velvet whose soft folds are em- bellished with fine embroidery done In silver threads. It Is sleeveless, but there are openings for tbo arms de- fined by wide bands of white fox fur. A collar of the. same falls gracefully about the neck. The hat is originated In black velvet with an edging ql white, on which are placed square-cut jets. Flaring merrily upward are ex- quisite paradise feathers. Cut In small squares and thoroughly heated In the oven. It should be placed In a baking pan and watched to prevent scorching. Tho little cot- ton cubes swell to twice their size, and are fluffy as down. Old silk It shredded very fine make excellent" pillow "stuffings" a's they are soft and fluffy and cool and "comfy." The stores are full of gay chintz, cretonne and silks for pillow coverings, crashes and other fabrics. An exceptionally .large, roomy pillow can ba made from a. square yard material if the four points are brought together as In the four points of an envelope. A hem two inches wide- around tho edges makes the cushion seem much bigger than it- really is and helps the slipover to ".I- the pillow more snugly. o A PEANUT BUTTER A little peanut butter spread on toast before Welsh rarebit Is poured over It is as good as it Is unusual; And have you ever spread a thin 'ayer of It on cake before frosting? The combination is very pleasing. Auy fondant spread with peanut butter ami rolled up and cut in slices is "a home-made candy of qual- ity. Nut loaves, biscuits and cookies, as well as some e-scallopert vegetables, arc improved by the addition of a little peanut butter, and, of course, nutriment Is at the same time added. CORNER IN GOOD THINGS FROZEN PEACH PUDDING Make a boiled custard from a scant pint of milk, one lablespoonful of cornslarch mixed with a little cold water, a quarter of a- tcaspoonful of salt. tw.o. eggs a.nd' throe tablespoon- fuls of cufjar. Cook over hot water anJ when well thickened remove from f SHE has rosy enriches the blood: She is always ready for a is a great energy maker. She is "pretty, good" at school, is good for her nerves. And all this wonderful food value comes at little cost, for FRY'S is very concentrated; a small spoonful making a big ci-.p of delicious, nourishing Cocoa.- Of "Remember, nothing will do but FRVS" Tlie. baiik hollrtny crowd on tho Brighton (load In Opin- loa. fire, cool anj ilavor with half a tea- spoonful ol vanilla cilracl and six drops of sweet almond extract. Chill on the Ice, add a quarter of a pint of chilled double i-rsain whipped solid and turn Into the freezer. Freeze, and when the mixture begins to con- geal and three-quarters of a cupful of fresh, sweetened peach pulp and half a cupful of crushed, dried macaroon crumbs. Continue to freeze until firm and smooth. The peach pulp should be quite sweet. PEACH-PINEAPPLE PRESERVES. Use equal quantities of ripe peaches and pineapple; ripe or canned. To each pound of fruit ndil 3-4 pound of white sugar. Boil to a thick preserve and (ill glasses or jars. Tho pineapple should be cut Into bits before adding to the peaches. A few blanched al- monds, cut Into thin slices, may be added if desired. Peach Salad Cut peeled paaches iu slices and marinate in French dressing made with lemon juice instead of vinegar. When ready to make the salad, drain the fruit arid add for three peaches half n dozen chopped, peeled radishes, one tabloscoontul of chopped nut meats, half a cupful of shredded let- tuce, and two slices of chopped can- ned pineapple. Moisten with a boiled nyy dressing and serve in lettuce cups. Top'each portion with a maras- chino cherry. Plum Betty Remove the pita from a quart of plums' and cut the fruit In quarters. Sprinkle the fruit with sugar and add the juice from half a lemon and a half teaspoonful of ground cinnamon. Arrange in a buttered pudding dish, alternate slices of the prepared fruit and bread crumbs and (lot the cake layers lightly with bits of butter. Have the crumbs on top, pour over four tablespaonfuls of loganberry juice and bake In o moderate oven. Serve with top milk. Peach Fritters Mix and sift le-KC-ther one large cup- ful of flour, one and a half teaspoon- I fuls of baking powder, one-quarter leasponnful of salt and one table- spoonful of powdered sugar. Beat the yolk of Oiie egg lightly, add a'quiirter of a cupful of ice wafer. Beat until the bailer is full of nubbles and add three-quarters of a cupful of chopped, peeled peaches and the stiffly whip- ped egg white. Drop by the spoonful Into deep hot fat and frv a rich brown. lioll while still warm In powdered sugar and ground cinnamon! Serve with hard sauce. Professor of biology at tho Kansas Manual Training School aaya every home should have a snake and a toad in It. The load, ho says, would kcop the home free from buss and the snake would kill tho mlco. SEEN IN THE SHOPS o Much brown net is seen richly em- broidered with gold. Tailored costumes are of plain goods. Tho ideal boot for travel is a light-soled, cloth-topped buttoned model. Too much stress can hardly be laid on the fancy for metal effects ia thd line-up of millinery trimmings. Kniteplaiting for skirts continues In and Is more popular than accordcon plaiting, for the reason that knife or side plaiting will wear belief. Some of .the wool striped fabrics shown feature striking color com- binations, but stripes that blend Into each other are also In high favor. BOY DREW TOY BALLOON INTO WINDPIPE AND DIED PagelM. 11, is uead today because he tried lo plax with too many toy balnons. The boy held an Itiflr.ted balloon in his month, while ho attempted to blow- up another. Taking a long breath preparatory to enlarging ono, ho drew' the other into his windpipe and chok- ed to death. 'S SUIT SALE SO Men's Suits in Grey, Brown and mixed colors, Scotch and Canadian Tweeds, values up to OUR CLEARING PRICE E. J. HILL ;