The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on September 25, 1929 · Page 8
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u Clubs Under the auspices of St. Mark's Women's Auxiliary. Frances Dur - den will Rive a dramatic recital in St. Mark's parish hall, Thursday, at 8.15 p.m. Other artists assisting In the program will include. Miss Mollie Baker, Mi - is Beatrice Smith. Proceeds will be in aid of. the mortgage reduction. A Rummage Sale will be held October 2 and 3 at 1811 Portage ave., St. James, under the auspices ot St Margaret's church. The Women's club of John Black church will meet this evening in tha church parlors at 8.15 o'clock. The L.TC. of Harmony Temple Pythian Sisters No. 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. Martel. 160 Genthon st. Thursday at 8 pm. The Wompn's Afternoon Circle of Atlantic Avenue United church will meet In the lecture room Thursday at 2 30 p.m. Mrs. J. McLean will be the speaker. Lodge Chamberlain. Sons of England, will be the hosts to the members of Junior Lodge Queen of the West, at a special meeting to be held In tho lodge rooms, Royal Templars hail, 3rt0 Young St.. at 815 o'clock this evening. The members of the visiting lodge will be headed by their president, Richard O. Jones. A musical program will Include numbers bv Messrs. Rrg. Kings. Jack Shields. Pen Nightingale. Harry Teal, J. Cook, Ernest Biddulph. Mr. Cole, of the natural resources department of the Manitoba government, will speak on the mining development of northern Manitoba. L. A. Jones, vice - president of Lodge Chamberlain, will be the chairman. The women's auxiliary of the Fort Rouge Labor hall will hold a whist drive Thursday at 8 p.m. A meeting of the St. Vital sports committee will be held In the Are hall Friday evening at 8.15 o'clock to discuss Improvements to the local park. Arrangements for a banquet will also be discussed. Court Star of Hope. No. 1. C L.F., will meet In Travellers' building Thursdays at 8 pm! A meeting of Golden West division. 471, ladles' auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, will be held Thursday at 2.30 p m. In the I.O.O.F. hall, Kennedy it Under the auspices of the ladles' aid a silver tea and sale of home - cooking will be held In the schoolroom, old St Andrew's, Elgin ave., Thursday from 3 to 8 and 7 to 10 p.m. Alexandra Memorial L.O.B.A. No. 707 will hold a rummage sale In the tore, at the corner of Logan ave. and Burns st, next Saturday, at 8 30 .m. Tha Local Council of Women will hold the first meeting of the season In the Y.M C.A. drawing room, Friday, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Ross Mitchell will give her report on "Maternal Mortality In MAITLAND TINLIN Optomvtrlit NEW LOCATION tOS CURRY UILOINQ (Opposite Post Office) Formerly of Optical Dept. Robinson A Co., Ltd. PHONE 24 038 XT 17 MIS3 CATHERINE WRIGHT which the imperial uruer uaugmers of the Empire co - operated. Miss Hargreaves Is on the executive of the society. Interviewed today. Miss Franklin described her mission, and during the conversation spoke In appreciative terms of the way In which immigrants are cared for on arrival, paying tribute both to officials and o run - rr - .v THE WINNIPEG EVENING TK1BUNE, WEDNESDAY; SEf lEiMBtK 1929 VISITORS FROM THE WEST MISS JANET NEWKIRK Miss Wright and Miss Newkiik have arrived from the West to be the guests of Mrs. T. K. Paterson, Oxford st. Manitoba," which Bhe prepared for, Dr Helen McMurchv, lust June. Mrs Dunbar Hudson, provincial president for Manitoba, will Hive an outline of the work of the National convention ftt Saskatoon. The meeting Is open to the public. Under the auspices of St. Paul's United church Ladies' Aid. a harvt st homo dinner will be served at the church. Thursday from 6 to 7 30 p.m. A program will be given at 8.15 pm. A meeting of church members' Interested in forming a badminton club for the coming season will be held In St. Mark's parish hall, St. Vital, Wednesday, at 8.45 p.m. MONTREAL, Que., Sept. 25 - Arc there opportunities In Canada for British women of secondary school education? That Is the question to which an answer Is sought by Miss A. C. Franklin, secretary of tho society for the oversea settlement of British women, generally known as the "S.O.S.B.W.." and who Is now in Montreal on a quest that will take her to all the principal cities of the Dominion. Miss Franklin is accompanied unofficially by Miss O. M. Harercaves, who is known here for having organized in England, the tour of British school girls through Canada last year. In to the various organizations engaged in this work. I have come here to discuss with Canadian organizations and j Canadian women as to whether there Is opportunity here for women from our secondary schools," Miss Franklin stated. "Women of tho type of those who came In the school girls' tour." "If there were a demand In any particular place, and a body of mTTTirTTTTU yllr t2 ti'.S' J P m u i.3 i n n made bg foremost electrical engineers that's uhij theij stand every test i nr w - i Tfn Constant daily testing and blending of the world's choicest teas give Red Rose Tea its inimitable flavor and never - varying goodness. Every package guaranteed. 74 IMS! T Jis good tea REP ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good In the best package Clean, bright aluminum on his Vacation Will you meet attractive people on your vacation? Will they like you? Will that charming girl you're sure to find, side tep dates with you? It all depends. This man has good looks, personality, and money but men and women alike have avoided him for years. He has a lonely time of it wherever he goes. Don't fool yourself Halitosis (unpleasant breath) is a barrier to friendship, affection and business progress. So many every day conditions cause it that no one is entirely free of it. And since you cannot tell when you have it the one way of putting yourself on the safe side is to use Listerine as a mouth wash 3 times a day. Take a bottle with you on your vacation or don't go. Kills germs destroys odors Full strength Listerine ends halitosis because it strikes at the germs which cause odors. And instantly destroys odors Keep Cool, Men Your face kept cool while having and afterward. Listerine Shaving Cream is a treat lor all men. themselves. Our free Book of Etiquette is yours for the asking. Address Dept. H 10, Lambert Pharmacal Company, St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A. Halitosis is a daily threat . . end it with THE SAFE ANTISEPTIC Listerine women who were Interested and said we were wise In doing so, we might start a hostel there." During her tour Miss Franklin said, she will visit Ottawa. Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Vernon, Edmonton, Reglna, Calgary. Saskatoon, Winnipeg, St. John and Halifax. "I have studied the reception of migrants very thoroughly In Quebec and Montreal. I had always heard it was so good: now I think It Is the most excellent thing I have ever seen," she declared. "Both the officials and the unofficial work is splendid. The social here and at Quebec' is marvellous." The new scheme of a chain of hostels, In different centres of Britain, where domestics are trained for service overseas was spoken of by Miss Franklin, who added that the S O 8 B.W, expects to open one of Its own on the same lines shortly, probably at St. Albans. In any case it will be within thirty miles of London. There, women intending to take up domestic service In the Dominions, will receive at least eight weeks' training, and it will be possible to accommodate forty women at one time. Weddings TURNER WINCATE Pt. Matthews church was the scene of a wedding Sept. 7, when Archdeacon McElheran officiated a, the marriage of Dorothy Winnifred, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V WinRate. 777 William ave., to George Turner, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Turner, Reglna, formerly of 635 Sherburn street. The church and chancel steps were de I. Canada's corated with summer bloom, ferns and palms. At the appointed hour the groom and groomsman, Mr. Conrad Nell - son, took their places; and to the strains of the Wedding March, the bride entered with her father who gave her in marriage. The bride wore a gown of white georgette with flared uneven hem line falling In tiers of handkerchief points, her cap was trimmed with clusters of orange blossoms with a veil of chantilly lace. She carried a shower bouquet of bridal roses, lily of the valley, maidenhair ferns. She was attended by Miss Florence Wilson, bridesmaid, who wore a model dress of French blue georgette, falling in tiers of handkerchief points, a silver felt hat banded with French blue velvet. She carried a bouquet of Sweetheart roses, lily of the valley and ferns. During the signing of the register Mr. I Glenat sang "Until." The ushers were, Mr. 11. Reld, Mr. T. Wlngate, Mr. W. Cornish. For travelling the bride wore a model dress of figured black crepe with matching hat. The coat with half cape effect drooping from the right shoulder and a cross fox fur. Mr. and Mrs. G. Turner left by motor for Reglna, Sask., their future home. - The bride's mother chose navy blue crepe back satin with a dove grey felt hat and brown fox fur. The groom's mother wore green georgette crepe with matching hat and cross fox fur. During the evening a reception was held at F.Ik's hall, Donalda block, where Thompson's orchestra entertained. Out of town guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Turner, Reglna. McGREGOR HEN DLER A weddin? took rilnce at DM Kt Andrew's church manse, the evening "When we are married Why, what will you do?" Modern woman has every right to ask this question of the man who wishes to marry her. When a man marries, he gives up nothing. The woman, possibly, gives up a comfortable home, a good job and a certain economic independence. What is her compensation? Very possibly she becomes a hard working wife and mother, without pay. If death comes riding and gathers up the husband, she may be left with the care and financial worry of a young family. It's well to give presents to a bride, but many a bridegroom might better give his bride a Life Insurance Policy for a few thousand dollars. Such a gift is the true measure of his intention to provide until death and beyond. Write for pamphlet entitled "Protection at a Low Rate of Premium." It is quite interesting. Address: Confederation Life Hni O flic I TORONTO Association. Branch Office: Confederation Life Bids. 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