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The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada • Page 8

The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada • Page 8

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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8 Society The Misses Margaret Keyes and Anna Anilor. S.u.ut Court, enter ti.incd at dinner Saturday evening in honor of the Misses Lillian Gibbons and Margaret l'rnctor. The party aftrrw.uus nintoreu to Ander's country home, where dancing was enjoyed. Mrs. JT.

McLeod. who has spent the sumnier in Calvary, will leave shortly for California, where she will spend the next few months. Mr. Fred J. Wellwood is a fc'Ui'st at the Chateau Lake Louise.

Mr. E. H. Bisset returned Friday from a fortnight's visit at HaniT, Alta. Major General and Mrs.

Fox Connor and Miss Florence r'ox C'onnor are quests at the Chateau Lake Lotiisu. Mr. and Mrs. A. F.

D. MarOa hen are expected on a visit to Winnipeg about the end of September. Mrs. C. E.

Mrl'hersnn. who has spent the past few months with itlatives In St. John. left for hi)nie Sunday, and will arrive in Winnipeg, about the middle of the week. Lady Alice Mahon and Mr.

Denis Mahon. of London, Kncland. are holidaying at the Chateau, Lake Louise. A weddine has been arranged and will take place on October 12. at St.

GeorRp'g cathedral. Kingston, brtween Miss Alison Cameron Mac donell. daushter of Lieut Gen. Sir Archibald and Lady Macdonell. and Lieut.

Walter E. Giilejpie, ltoyal Canadian Dragoons, St. Johns, PEL, onlv son of Mr. and Mrs Walter Gllleppie. of Toronto.

Sir Archibald's long service In the West, first for many years as an officer in the Northwest Mounted Police in the Territories and later in Lord Strathconn'a Horse (Royal Canadians), Winnipeg, makes this wed dlns an event of great interest generally to Westerners and to none more ao that the members of the militia. The weddinc will necessarily be a quiet one owing to the state of Lady Macdonell'a health, only the Immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom being invited. Mrs. E. C.

McConnell will entertain at dinner Thursday evening at the Manitoba club In honor of Mis. George Skinner. Mrs. T. C.

Allardice. Congress entertained at three tables of bridge Saturday evening. Bridesmaids Entertain In honor of Miss Marcla Robertson and Mr. Frederick Erie Arhlry. Miss Francis Code and Miss Marion McMillan entertained at dinner Saturday Evening at Miss Code's home.

St John's ave. The table, centred with Autumn bloom, was arranged for 14 The guests Included Miss Robertson, Mr. Ackley, the Misses Margaret Winks, Josephine Vourse, Edith Poole, Constance McKcnty. tho Messers. Wardo Davis, Nicolas Bawlf, Bob Moore, Sanford Holland, Nat Conacher, Robert Hunter.

In honor of the Ackley Robertson wedding party, Mrs. George F. Robertson, will entertain at dinner this this evening, at the Royal Alexandra hotel. Mr. and Mrs.

A. S. McLean have arrived from Jasper Park Lodge, and are guests at the Fort Garry hotel. Honoring Miss Isabelle Gates, bride elect of September, Miss Patricia Scott entertained at a kitchen shower at her home, 230 Horebank River Heights. The rooms were decorated with streamers, gladioli and asters.

The table was centred with pink and white asters and pink tapers. The bride elect waa presented with a aet of blue and white enamel ware from a decorated basket, by little Miss Dude Foster. The guests included: Miss Isabelle Gates, Mrs. H. Gates, Mrs.

A. Pate man, Mrs. S. Patterson, Mrs. 8.

Warren, Mrs. A. Foster, Mrs. A. Brazier, Mrs.

B. Hunter, Mrs. A. Jamieaon, Misses Helen Coinner, Violet Benner, Annie Ross, Doris Burrows, Genevieve Coinner, Georg ellne Bclanger, Eleanor Scott, Florence McNeill, Mauds Tait, Marie Talt, Marie Gates, Agnes Stewart, Isabella Harper, Jessie Hunt, Belle Gordon, Mary Holburn, Kae Robertson, Irene Gates, Pearl Harper, Sarah Megaw, Jessie Bru hart, Alice Gates. Stella Arnold, Jessie Whetham, Solange Lancelin, Dulcle Foster, Grace Gates, Eleanor Young, Florence Casey, Georgie Moms, Dorothy Holland.

Mr. and Mrs. Francis N. Bell and Miss Margaret Bell have returned from Toronto where they attended the Hill Bell wedding. Mrs.

V. D. Mealcy, suite 19, North Panama entertained at bridge Friday. In honor of Mrs. Y.

Wilson, who will leave to reside In Reglna. The guests were: Mrs. J. Y. Wilson, Mrs.

D. Nicholson, Mrs. M. Oddie, Mrs. A.

Robertson, Mrs. J. Boutlller, Mrs. K. Bye, Mrs Lockerbie, Mrs.

C. Bryan. Mrs. R. A.

White, Mrs. M. McFarlane (Moose Jaw). Ottawa Society OTTAWA. Sept Hon.

George Hoadley, of Edmonton, Alta. arrived in Ottawa, Saturday, for a few days. Dr. Henry Detchon, of Winnipeg, Is spending a few days in Ottawa a guest of the Chateau Ijiurier. BRIDE OF SATURDAY IP MRS.

GUY GOSTLXNQ Mrs. Oostling. formerly Miss Frances Burritt, was married Saturday afternoon In All Saints' church. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the resilience of the bride's parents. Col.

and Mrs. Royal Burritt, Wardlnw ave. Gauvin Gentzel photo. engagements Madeira's falryi land ball, Algiers' "Arabian gay and clastic Athrmu 17 days in I'alentine and Fgvpt. Monte Carlo.

46 port and nlacea In 7 days, for as little as $900. You couldn't see so much, io easily, ex. cept under this superb management. Empress of Scotland sailing Feb. 3.

Empress of France, Feb. 13, Atk for dtiW now yaur local WotM'i Orauatfrat Twl System 'New safe sure ivay of science ends Com THE engagement is announced of Miss Georgina MacNachtan, youngest daughter of Major Edmund A. MacNachtan and Mrs. MacNachtan, of Toronto, to Mr. Brian W.

Ireland, eldest son of the late William F. Ireland and Mrs. Ireland, of Winnipeg. The wedding will take place in Toronto, October 19. Mr.

and Mrs. Robert Patterson, 258 Roseberry SL James, announce the engagement of their youngest daughter. Lily, to Joe Laidler, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Laidler, Winnipeg The wedding will take place at Knox church, early In October. Weddings Mckenzie MeCABE A wedding was solemnized Thursday morning, Sept. 12th, at St. John's Cathedral, when His Grace. Archbishop Matheson.

united In marriage Miss Catherine Ruth Mc Cabe. of Dublin, Ireland, and Mr. Archibald Flndlay McKenzle, of Winnipeg. The Cathedral was decorated with palms, ferns and gladioli. At the appointed hour the bridegroom and hia groomsman, Mr.

Benjamin Fitzgerald, took their places. To the strains of the wedding march the bride entered with Mr. Thomas who gave her In marriage. She waa attired In a gown of Grecian rose georgette crepe with a felt hat to match. She carried a bouquet of bridal roses, sweet peas and valley llllies.

The bridesmaid, Miss Olive Thomas, wore a peach dress of crepe de chine and overlace. Her hat was a model of beige velour. Mrd.lniinciii frbrnTsIetaTorl w. c. CAsey, General Agent, Ocean Traffic, II Canadian tciflc Building.

li Corner Main and Portage, Winnipeg Canadian Pacific 9 17 i 111 1 OHIsa AUU BIBM TU 1I1K TMKS ft'h (CdDFEHS The very moment you apply Dr. Scholl'a Ziiio pads, corn pain stops. You never tried anything so quick acting', so soothing and healing. Zino pada remove tho cause of coma friction and pressure of shoes mad relieve and heal the only dentine way to treat corns. No danger this way as with Cutting your corns, or using harsh liquids or caustic plasters aUcpoea tho to acid 1 i burn.

Dr. Scholl's Zino pads won't harm the tenderest skin. Small, thin, dainty, cushioning, puaranteed safe and sure. Won't come off in bath. Doctors recommend thera.

At all drup, shoe and dept. stores 35 cents. BzScholVs Zino pads Jhtt on on the pain gvntl THE WINNIPEG EVENING TRIBUNE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1929 She carried a bouquet of ophelia roses and sweet peas. During the signing of the register, Mrs. Sutton sang "Oh Fair and Sweet and Holy." At the conclusion of the ceremony at the home of Mrs.

Thomas a buffet luncheon was served. The rooms were decorated with gladioli and sweet peas. The table was centred with the wedding cake and decorated with sweet peas and lighted tapers. Mr. and Mrs.

McKenzle left for a ahort motor trip, and on their return will reside in Winnipeg. OFFICER 8EAUCH EM IN The marriage was solemnized Sept. 14 in St. Alphonsus' rectory, of Marie Josephine, third daughter of Mr. P.

Beauchemin, Charleswood, to Mr. Alex. Officer, Jr. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.

A. Officer, Winnipeg. The bride was attended by her sister. Mrs. P.

Bradley, as matron of honor. Mr. P. Bradley, was groomsman. WRIGHT MAY A wedding waa solemnized the evening of Sept.

7 at Emmanuel Baptist church, by Rev. John Scott, when Winnifred Beatrice, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wright, Winnipeg, was united in marriage to Mr.

Donald A. S. May, son of Mr. and Mrs. May, Winnipeg.

Winnipeg. At the appointed hour, the bridegroom, with his groomsman, Mr. Chester Waylett, took their places, and to the strains of the Bridal Chorus, played by Mr. Cecil Delorm. The bride entered with her father, preceded by her sister, H.

Worancho, matron of honor, and the two bridesmaids, Mrs. W. Bryden and Miss Jessie Waylett. The bride wore a poudre blue georgette frock with a felt hat to match and carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses and lilies of the valley. The matron of honor wore a mauve georgette frock with hat of matching tnnea and the bridesmaids, Mrs.

Brydon wore peach georgette with felt hat to match. Miss Way BRIDE MRS. JOHN RUSSELL BRIGGS Mrs. Brlggs. formerly Miss Lillian Kathleen Turner, eldest daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. J. Turner, Winnipeg. lett wore crabapple shade of georgette also with hat to match. Following the ceremony, a recep tion waa held at the home of the brlde't parents.

For travelling, the bride chose a navy suit and close fitting felt hat with fox fur. The bride and groom left by motor for Brandon. On their return, they will reside at 215 Centennial street, River Heights. MccLEOD KAY A wedding was solemnized, September 14th, at Augustine United church, when Hazel Eileen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

J. C. Kay, waa united in marriage to Mr. Daniel Robert McLeod, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Carmi chael McLeod, of Dauphin. The ceremony was performed by Dr. R. B. Cochrane.

Only the Immediate relatives were present. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore her travelling dress, an Imported model In rose beige crepe. The bodice, composed of alternate bands of tucking and French D'Alencon lace, was slightly bloused over a deep swathed girdle of tucking. The skirt, showing two circular tiers, had an uneven hem line accentuated by a pleated drape at one side. With this she wore a felt hat in matching tones, the upturned brim and side ornament of which were faced with wood brown gros grain ribbon.

A brown fox fur completed her costume. She carried a shower bouquet of yellow roses and valley llllies. Following tho ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. McLeod left by motor for a honeymoon to be spent in the south.

For travelling the bride donned a coat of wood brown broadcloth trimmed with Alaska seal and carried a bag of Italian tooled leather in the beige and brown Bhailes. Mrs. Kay, the bride's mother, chose an imported ensemble of leaf green crepe, the dress having an Inset yoke of beige French lace and the seven eighth length coat showing a circular cape at the back. A hat in matching felt and a corsage of Columbia roses completed her costume. Clubs THE Rt.

Hon. L. S. Amery will be the guest of honor at a meeting of the Winnipeg branch of the Canadian Womens' Press club, Wednesday afternoon, at the Lodge, 127 Hargrave street. First Presbyterian meet Tuesday at 3 church parlor.

(Designed by Colgate Department of Dental Education) to FREE OFFER: To induce still more people to try Ribbon Dental Cream the scientific denti frice with the foaming, penetrating action we make this remarkable offer. Only Colgate world's largest maker of tooth paste could finance such a proposition. The resources and guarantee of this The brrtsb This tooth brush the newest, most advanced type known to dental science was designed by the Colgate Department of Dental Education a group of dentists who have studied the needs of hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. Examine this brush. Study its shape, its size, its bristles.

It is made by skilled workers under the most sanitary conditions from selected, imported snow white bristles of finest quality. Every brush is carefully inspected. Handles are of lovely transparent material, in 5 exquisite shades of green, purple, amber. Bristles are held in a firm vise like grip that never loosens. This brush is identical in quality, in size, in durability to nationally advertised brushes that sell regularly in tho better stores at 50c.

Now yours free with this unique offer. D. J. BKRUYH1LL, 918 Portage Ave. BRATHWA1TES Main St.


Cory don and Lilac. J. KERR BROWN, 2.19 Kelvin St. BROWN'S DRUG STORE, 291 Market SU 'a each purchaser of (Mgatte Mlbtas UDennttaU (Dreamm The dentifrice Colgate's Ribbon Dental Cream is the world's largest selling tooth paste. More people use it and more dentists recommend it than any other dentifrice.

The reason for this is simply that Colgate's cleans teeth better. Colgate's contains the world's best cleansing agent a penetrating foam that cleanses where the toothbrush cannot reach. Your dentist will tell you that decay doesn't start on the smooth outer surfaces of the teeth but in the tiny crevices where food particles and mucin collect. No tooth brush can reach these hard to clean places. They must be cleansed by the dentifrice.

Hence the real test of a tooth paste is its ability to get down into these crevices and cleanse them thoroughly. A scientific test W.MA p.m. in will the The Leap Year Mixed Bowling league will play Tuesday at the academy, 845 p.m. Oliver Branch Beehive club will meet Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs.

S. Forsythe, 651 St. Matthews ave. The "Ich Dien" club will meet at the Y.W.C.A. Tuesday at 815 p.m.

The sewing circle of St. John's Pythian Sisters, Temple No. 8, will RIVERSIDE, TECUMSEH TERMINALS PLANNED (By Canadian Press) WINDSOR, Ont, Sept. 16, Rall way terminal developments in Riverside and Tecumseh, representing an expenditure of at least Jl. 500,000 are assured by a report to Mayor Cecil E.

Jackson, of Windsor, from S. J. Raymond, Industrial agent for the Canadian National railway. The project Is to provide for a roundhouse, shops, trackage and other terminal facilities at the New Wabash C.N.R. terminals in the two Eastern border cities.

Tenders are to be sought within 10 days. Consummation of thla program will lead to the elimination of the C.N.R. tracks from Windsor's downtown waterfront. meet this evening at the home of the home of Mrs. W.

J. Jonas, Tfit Mrs. Harry Petrick, 705 St. John's Young street, on Tuesday from Mr. H.

Wl Ferrier will be the speaker at the opening meeting of the Psychola University movement, this evening, In the Elks' club room, Donalda block, his subject being "Fear and the Inferiority Complex." The Gaelic society will hold a silver tea in aid of the benevolent fund. In Royal Templars' hall, 360 Young st Thursday, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Mcintosh's five piece orchestra and the society's pipers will provide the music The W.A. of St.

Chryaostom's will hold Its first meeting for the season, In the church, Thursday, at 8 p.m. The juniors will resume their weekly meetings In the church on Wednesday, at 4.15 p.m. The Women's Auxiliary of King Memorial church will hold the opening meeting of the autumn season In the church parlors, on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Group No. 1 with Mrs.

A. H. Brown as convenor, will have charge of the program. Mrs. M.

Lewis, who has recently returned from an extended tour of the British Isles, will be the speaker. Saturday evening at the Manitoba Agricultural College Dean and Mrs. McKlllican entertained the Alumni association. The social committee were in charge of the arrangements, Mr. J.

H. Evans waa the convener. The event was arranged In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead and Mr.

and Mrs. McElheran, who were recently married. Other honor guests Included Dr. Lloyd A. Munro, of the department of chemistry, who will leave shortly for McGill University, and W.

J. Rae, of the poultry department, who will leave for the University of Saskatoon. H. E. Weed, president of the association, was toastmaster.

The ladles' auxiliary of the Winnipeg Welsh Benevolent and club will hold a silver tea at tin ana to 10. The Ladies' of St. Anne, Tmmaew late Conception parish, will hold a curd p.trtv in the hall, .39 Jarvls Wednesday, at 8 Jo p.m. The Women's Conservative Association of Winnipeg will meet thla evening In the Marlboro hotel at 8 p.m. Mrs.

J. T. Haig will preside. The first whist drive and dance of the Capitol whist club will be held thia evening at the Norman hall, Sherbrook at. Cards at 8.15" dancing at 8.30 p.m.

Foster W.C.T.U. will meet at the home of Mrs. W. A. Baldwin, 526 home of Mrs.

W. A. Baldwin, 66 Basswood Place, Wednesday at 3 p.m. Military chapter M.D. 10, I.0.D will hold their monthly meeting at the Cornish library, Thursday at 3 p.m.

The Happy Hour Bridge club will meet at the home of Ur. a Crossland, 647 Valor road. Tuesday it 2.30 p.m. of St "I United church will hold a social at the home of Mrs. Robert Qrimea, St.

Mary's road. Wednesday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. A rummage sale Is being organized by the Ladles' Auxiliary of St. Vital United church, to be held en Logan Oct. 1.

The Manitoba Dumfries and Galloway Association Ladies' auxiliary wili hold a silver tea and musical at the home of Mrs. R. Chiihoim, 387 Arnold ave, Wednesday, at 7.30 p.m. The Ladies Aid of the First Federated Icelandic church will hold a rummage sale at the Chinese mission, Logan Tuesday, at 0 aj. The annual presentation of prizes of the Charleswood Boys' aad Girls' club will he held Monday, at p.m., at Chapman school.

$1.00 value for 50c hundred million dollar firm are behind this deal. There is no "catch" to this offer. Colgate simply wants you to try Ribbon Dental Cream. To repay you for doing this, we offer you a genuine new Colgate Toothbrush as described actual value 50 cents FREE! recently proved that Colgate's has greater penetrating power than any of the leading tooth pastes on the market today the secret of Colgate's superior cleansing power. The foam of Colgate's carries a fine chalk powder a polishing material prescribed by dentists which polishes the enamel safely, brilliantly.

The Colgate method of scientific tooth brushing After years of study and thousands of experiments, the Colgate Method of scientifically cleansing the teeth has been developed by the Colgate Dept. of Dental Education. This Method is most effective when Ribbon Dental Cream is brushed on with the Colgate Brush. For the springy, serrated SAVE 50 CENTS The Colgate brush has amazing penetrating, cleansing power because the bristles are scientifically serrated tufted to get into the tiny fissures, crevices and hard to reach places where ordinary toothbrushes fail to penetrate. Brush teeth with this up and down motion, advise dentists.

The new Colgate Toothbrush was specially designed to make this action doubly effective. Do not brush across the teeth. When you brush your teeth on the inside, use an in and out stroke. Note how wonderfully the firm bristles invigorate the gums. bristles, set at exactly the right distance, act in a way that applies the full, concentrated cleansing power of the famous Colgate foam deep down into the "hard to clean" places.

Only thus can you be sure of cleaning these difficult spots where decay lurks. Start today to use the Colgate Method of Scientific Tooth Brushing and note the difference in your teeth ten days hence. NOTE! This offer is strictly limited. The supply of brushes has been rigidly allotted to the stores which are co operating in this great offer. They will not last long once people read this announcement.

So, act NOW I It may; be months or even years before we can repeat this amazing proposition. Offer Is Good Only in the Selected Stores Listed Below BURNETT'S DRUG STORE, 1741 Portage Ave. THE COLONY PHARMACY, 461 Portage Ave. THE T. EATON Winnipeg.

ECONOMY DRUG STORE, 1118 Main St. FRANCIS LYALL, Cor. Notre Dame and Donald. GRAY'S DRUG STORE. Main and Higgins.

THE HUDSON'S BAY portage Ave. THE CECIL JAMES UUG Main SL BERNARD C. JUBY, Beresford and Osborne. W. KIRKWOOD, Cor.

Portage and Imgside. LINCOLN PARK DRUG HALL, 1469 Main St MANITOBA DRUG STORE, 587 Selkirk Ave. THE MODERN PHARMACY, 809 Portage Ave. H. W.

MUIR. 739 Ellice Ave. McCUBBIN DRUG 282 Graham Ave. R. A.

McRUER, 194 Provencher Ave. REDWOOD PHARMACY, Cor. Kedwood and Slater. REID'S DRUG STORE, Cor. Osborne and Morley.

RINGER, THE DRUGGIST, Cor. Lilac and Dorchester. ROBERTS DRUG STORES 645 Logan Ave. ROBERTS DRUG STORES 1441 Logan Ave. ROBERTS DRUG STORES 1799 Logan Ave.

ROBERTS DRUG STORES 311 Nairn Ave. ROBERTS DRUG STORES 587 Sargent Ave. RORERTS DRUG STORES 619 Corvdon Ave. 296 ROBERTS DRUG STORES 545 Barnerman Ave. J.

R. ROBINSON, Cor. Ellice and Sherbrook St. THE SARGENT PHARMACY Cor. Sargent and Toronto St.

A. A. SHANAS, 842 Main SL STANDARD DRUG STORES Cor. Salter and Selkirk. SN ELL'S DRUG STORE, Cor.

Queenston and Academy Rd. THE SUN DRUG 668 Main St. THE WINNIPEG DRUG CO Cor. Kennedy and Portage,.

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