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EDMONTON JOIRXAL. FRIDAY, JTI.Y 1?. M3-1 T tl'HN'AL TELEPHONES f.ilTl rast-oupland Wedding Event At All Saints' Jiride Is Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coup-land of Cadomin HOLD RECEPTION The marriage of Roma. second daughter of Mr. Edward Coupiand. assistant superintendent o the Cad-omin Coal Company and Mrs. ! Coupiand. and Mr. Vaidimer Dono- an Fast, of the Royal Canadian j Counted Police, Edmonton, son of t Mrs. N. G. Fast and the late Mr. j TaH of Blaine Lake. Saskatchewan. , took place at AU Saints' Cathedral j (n Wednesdy. Rev. Canon E. Pierce- I poulding. the rector, officiating, j The bride, who mas given away by her father, wore a gown of white triple sheer fashioned on princess lines. Her veil was white tulle. It was held In place about her head with a coronet of orange blossom, fjrtie carried ophelia roses and lillies-f-the-valley. w-yn Coupiand. was in Tle pink lace and picture hat to match. Her flowers wert pink and mauve sweet peas. The best man waj Mr. Maurice Coupiand and the ushers. Mr. Charles B. Coupiand and Mr. W. G. Miller. The wedding marches were piayed by Mr. Vernon Barfcrd. organist nd choir master. At the weddifcg brei .'ast at the Corona places were laid for 25 f jfots. The table was done in pinic peonies and tall pink candles in silver candelebra with the wedding cake forming the centre piece. After the breakfast a reception -as held at the home of Mrs E. Cou aland. Among many handsome presents j received br the bride, was a cnest, oi silver, a gift from the citiiens of Csdcmin. Guests at the wedding breakfast following the Fast-Coupiand wedding at All Saints cathedral included. Mr. and Mr;. A. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Harper. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wngley. Mrs. Gordon Mc leod, Hiss E. R. Whiteley. Miss ; Kora McLeod. Miss Laure'.te Doyle. Mis Gladvs Rippin. Miss Margaret Bra-seau. Miss Drusnlla. McLeod. j Miss J. McCaUum and Miss Mar- : garet Swan. j ummer Millinery Modes for s -Z I I I I A i-i r I '-'V" W. F. Bissetts Are Celebrants 1 1 Receive Good Wishes of Many Friends on Golden Wedding Day MARRIED IN TORONTO Face the can In a taqae or beret, or hide f rem Its ray wnder I If In leghorn trimmed with bright red poppies and a facing to broad-brimmed picture hat. The millinery mode afters a pirtaresqae match them. The large hat, lower left, la in nataral color straw and becoming hat for every type as this quartet of charmers, selected , with fine and heavy strands worm together to make a novel weave, at random, can prove. The beret, upper left, is a raspberry-colored I A creme de menthe green taffeta scarf la ased for trimming. The ihantanr straw with a cluster of carnations on top. The Anted line pill-box hat. lower right, is of fine black straw with moss rosebud is soft and becoming to the face. The lovely picture hat, upper right, and bine ribbon trimming placed in front. ARDROSSAN LADIES GIVE SILVER TEA Appoint Woman Social, Personal and Club News I Many Visitors ARDROSSAN. July 19. A patriotic silver tea was held recently at th home of Mrs. Jacques under u: pices of the ladies aid or circssan United church with a good : tendance. A program of races and contests was enjoyed, with the added attraction cf a fish pond. The fruit cake guessing content a as won by Mr. Joiin Breadv. The ie was donated by Mrs. E. Fenlor. nrnonUnr HISS BETH CARSC ALLEN, Vlaill&l AU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. As ?sFor New Party ARDROSSAN Arrangements fori fulfil or pVr ' I Vo a garden party to be held at the I VJalUCI 1 UI 1 Cd At 'Log Cabin' Miss Phyllis Axford Organize Women's Division to Visitors Throng Ivan Lake ToSvb Many Edmonton and Calgary People Guests of Cottagers Spec ill ! TIM Jaarull STtVAS LAKE, July 19 Mrs. W. M Jams and her dauihter, Mis ilirjorie Jsrvj. of Fed Deer, wil! re- de a: their borne. "RosetJale." Jsrrij Bit until the fai!. Mr. and Mr. W. H. Beacon wllh the r sons. Matters Jack trd Bill:?. of Hu?hen!ea. re enjoylnit the sum-mfr at t'he r.ewlr built heme. "The TORONTO. July 19 Appointment of Miss Phyii Axford. Toronto, as national organizer of the women's division of the Reconstruction party of Hon. H. H. Stevens, was announced here Thursday by Mr. Warren Coot member of the national executive. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Axford. she was born in Brantford. Cmu and was a graduate of Mc-Master university. Hamilton She won a fellowship given by Radcliffe college at Cambridge, Mass., and spent a year at Harvard university. In Brantford her father, as an officer of the Children's Aid society spent 25 years to social service work. N. Carscallen. of Calcary. who haj , home of Mrs. James Alexander were j been holidaying with her parents at i discussed when Mrs. R. MacKay . ; Sylvan Lake, left Friday for eastern j entertained members? of the ladies' j 1 Canada on her way to England. , aid at her home Wednesday. The Miss Carscailen graduated with a : president, Mrs. W. Parker, presided ; B. A. degree from the University tf I over the business meeting which 1 ; Alberta in 1933 and in 1934 "was ! preceded tea. i awarded the I. O. D. E. overseas" j scholarship for Alberta, which en- ... . titles her to spend the next year at! Married at AH Saints the University of London, studying! in the field of educational pryrh'v loey. Since her graduation. Miss At HmmriplW: i i i i i i i rn J n U 10! V Golden Wedding i Event In North ! i i Half -Yearly Sale SATURDAY 4 $9.88 t 15 Coats to clear Plaids and Twectis. Regular 115.95 DRUMHELLER. July 19. Still enjoying an active life. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bissett celebrated their golden wedding anniversaty Sunday when they were receipients of congratulations from a large circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bissett were married in Toronto on July It. 1885, Mr Bissett then being 25 and his bride 24. Born in Brockville, Ont, M Bissett started to work at It in Brockville s only book store. In 1833 he entered the employ of a Toronto firm. In 1909 he went on the road for a Montreal company and then moved to Vancouver in the interests of the same firm. Mr. Bissett bought out the K. and K. store here in 1931. Mrs. Bissett (Louise E. LeVesseurl was born in Little Rock. Arkansas. I and although when 12 years old she went to r ranee wltn her parents she still retains the soft southern : dialect. She met her husband Toronto where she resided lor 10 years before her marriage. 25 Felt Hats i no Pastels in smart styles. Regular $3.50 V vO 20 Lansea Wool Suits CO oo Tweed Kempie Knit Regular to 135.00 VaiU.OO 20 Straw Hats i An I Dark shades. Regular to $5.00 VUU I STREET FLOOR SHOP 100 Cotton Frocks Gay Cottage and Beach Frocks, also 'Cookie Coats." Regular $155 50 Printed Crepe Frocks Charmingly styled, lovely patterns. Sizes 14 16 18, also 42, 44. Regular $10.95 values 250 Pairs Hosiery Crepe and Chiffon. "All perfects." Mostly dark shades. Regular to $1.50 Dainty Blousettes Dimity and Voile. Regular to $1.95 .... Sport Sox to clear Red. Green. Sizes 8'i, 9. Regular 50c $1.49 9 95c 25c 50c 60 Swim Suits Smart styles. Wool Suits. Regular S2.95 $1.98 Mr. and Mrs. W illiam G. j Ashdown Married at i Parry Sound in 1885 ! GRANDE PRAIRIE. Alta.. July 19 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ash-down yesterday celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Baxter. On July 15, 1885. Mr. Ashdown married Miss Emma Mar. a Boad-way at Doe Lake in the Parry Sound district of Ontario. Twenty years later they moved with their family to Asquith and subsequently to Tisdale. Sask., where they continued to reside until the summer of 1933. when they came north to live with their daughter. Mr. Ashdown has devoted the greater part of his life to the service of his church, a work lie still carries on. One son. Gordon Ashdown, is pastor of Hillhurst Baptist church in Calgary; another son. Newman Vine Ashdown. is in the Baptist church j mission field work; another, James, : I is at Clelan. Sask., and a fourth son I is at Porcupine Plains. Sask. One Thursday Hostesses Chosen j si J- sr' resides atj From Among Out-of- Serviie was held Monday in Mc- , T ml Laurin Baptist church to celebiate 1 own Members ; their golden wedding Neckwear to clear Dainty pieces. Regular U $100 Fabric Gloves Fwagger Pull-ons. Special Flowers to clear Costume Flowers. Regular 50c Raincoats and Capes 6 only. Coats and Capes. Regular to $5.95 Beach Toss to Clear SLACKS AND SHORTS Two- and Three-piece 1 1 Cottons and Linens. Regular to $2.95 .... OlJ7 Sets . 50c 55c ? 25c I $3.48 ) i i 1 ' The U omen's Specialty Shop Carscallen has been Fairview, Alberta. teaching at ' Maior - General Han. William Gnesbach left Friday to attend the Strathcona Horse 50th anniversary dinner at the Paillser, Calgary, Friday evening. Girl Campers Meridian Bay Many Edmonton 5p Brownlow's Landing nd bmbv dsugh'er. Mfion. of Bed Ir, nS a G!dr A!n und Mr Fvn Mobsman nt KMhenc!ea hsve Mr rd Mrs M. B"r:d nii vn. fih "f July at m- ; , Spend Summer at i 'etri w i i. e- mj i z w n nvivan Lske. ' ! Mr r! Mn J. Marrav Psrk?r nj ; L.hbrnJe re the of Mr. Prkr' hfitfi'r. Mr. Gordon D Sv- i f tnt Mrs. Svse. who ire sper.ij-j )ri tae summer at TiBdaolme.' Mrs. ; Err: Anderson and son. Donild, of i C'uary. re a'.sj house cuest. j Mr. sr.ti Mrs Frark R. Riley have rurned to th'ir heme in Calgarv j after hsvicg been in residence at-Jir-'fs Ba7 since the end of June. M::? PhyllH and M:s Olive Filer I end Mr. Harold H. Riley nd Mr. F. Rusr?il hive been frequent visitors ; durms the holiday season t Silvan! Lsite. . I Mrs. James Allan and her son. Mr.' Jmes Allan of Ca'.gjrr were auests : of Mr. and Mrs Frank R. Riley ai Sylran Lae recently Mr. and Mrs H P Brownlee with the;r daughters. Miss Ber.v and M Mr. and Mrs. Ray Milner and their daughter, Elizabeth, were guests at the Lodge. Jasper Park, for a few days this week. They will i be away until the middle of August, j Dr. and Mrs. Norman Allin and i family left Monday by motor fori California, to visit Mrs. Allin's I I parents. They will be away until l the end of August. I j Mta Dorothy Peck, of Vancouver. ' is visiting her aunt, Mrs. William Ferris. I Colonel .T. W. Phillim. a-sistant- i PeODle ; Fral commifsionrr of the R. C. M. P. in charse of the British i i Columbia district, w ho h been the ! gust of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ritchie, ! ' left for Ottawa Tuesday evening, i B3OWNL0W8 LAXDINa. Gull i Lake ThUi resort has attracted many ( Mrs. George Beart is a gut cf citv dwellers for the rummer months. . Mr. and Mrs. John Gillespie over Amona the Ednwmtn oeopie in ,ho rwljH I permanent ummr residence at this i reaort are: Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Ble?- i t...i, tirinni zard and tamlly: Dr. and Mr. C. O. I Mrs W. S. Douglas, Of Winnipeg. Genii and familr- Dr and Mrs. R. Is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Mirr. and their sues:. Miw May: Prethero, all of Edmonton. ha'e returned home after three weeks at ; Svivta Lke. Mr. and Mr. Jack Bei?non and j Mil ktaster Carl. .of Prd Der. are the! anc-r of Mr. and M,- W. H Beacon of Vegreviiie, who are aummering here. Contirj D. W. P?fie. PCM P.. - Innisfail, with his wife and 'heir children. Batr'ce and EHvid. will remain Sere until Aucut 1. M fs Mar-Jorte Clarke ot Cuigarv i their gut. ar.d Mr. and Mrs. H. Henry. Mm Brtie and Doris Paty of Stony Plain arrived Monday to remain as their g'j-ta until the end of the month. Dr. and Mrs. O. M. Little with their daughter, Shauna. and tlielr sons. Meldmm and Jack, of Red Deer, are aummering at their lake front home. Jarvis Bay. Dr. M. R. Bw. Edmonton, was their guest recently. B. Jenkins and two children: Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and three sons, of Acme. Df. Mary and Dr. D. Mc-; CuUouah and children, of Red Deer. Mr and Mrs. Robert Stewart, of In-I nisfall. Major and Mrs. R.W. Hale. Mrs. W. L. Bowen. Mrs. Gordon Douslaa ; and Mrs A. B. Belyea. Mrs Reginald ! Comrn-Ching. Mr. and Mrs. Pitx-1 arerald. Mr and Mrs. Moffat and Miss Ruth Moffat, of Caigsry, Mr. and V . - - 1 JTT$ tti Housekeeper Needing Work j j My Favorite S Recipe jjj Advance Styles , Richly Simple h Mrs. Nelson Tells How j Lovely Materials to M Cream ake voo oour kies j From Fort Saskatchewan, Stony Plain, Namao and St. Alheri i tesses were chosen mo offic: I the reception at the Old Timers' 'cabin at the exhibition grounds on Thursday. They were: Fort Saskatchewan, Mrs. Arthur Lamoureux. 'Mrs. De Rosier and Mrs. Morel; ', i Namao, Mrs. T. M. Long. Mrs. W. j F. Craig. Mrs. Earl Graham. Mrs. ! James Bull; Stony Plain. Mrs. J. I McKinley; St. Albert, Mrs. A. Mac- ! ijmieu. aor ueorge xtyan ana lone cup of raisins; flour enough to : Mrs. James Maloney. Sunshine has on hand a letter ; mAke dough c""ufa" unjyc Bnwaiuig were juts, jjioyu ; irom a woman in me country, part This is a vprv ennei nav Colors Demand Un-decorated Lines ana Sunshine Has Woman in Country Letter From Two 01,05 granuted sugar; two cui crrsm; two teaspoons SOda By Rachel Cayman (Copyright. i836l PARIS, July 9. Paris couturiers, dissolved in hot watert; one-half ( revolutionizing the mode, have de teaspoon iCided to abandon the cheap brllJ sorts of superfluous decoration, an 1 Mr. Gordon Benntt. Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bennett, all of Canary, Mr. P Enale and family, ot Edmonton. Mr. A. B. MardonaM nd family and Miss Viola Ellis, of Rlmbey. A large a'endance of 'teen ite rsrla at the tjnttd church camp at Browp.lows LandiriB. are making things merrv at Meridian bar thia week. The aame camp will be or-cupied by T.P.8. of the Lacombe presbytery from July 23-37, inclusive. Dr. J. N. C. Byers. of Rlmbev. has purchased a lot at Brownlow a Lending, and expecu to build a cottage this season. Stanton, for the remainder of the summer. . Dr. and Mrs. H. R. MacLean and their little daughter. Helen, are spending a week t Gull Lake, guests at Cobbles' cottage. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Allin. of Clil- cairo. have been tlr gue.;ts of Dr.! Miss Roma Coapland. daoghter af and Mrs. Norman Allin here for :Mr. and Mrs. Edward (onpland of few davs. Odomin. whoe marriage wa 1 recent event at All Saints' eathedra! Miss BeWy TAm. of Hsrdift.r, is f" Edmonton, the gue.t of Miss Ada Chtadle. ! m k a Mrs. G. Hamblv has as her gue.-.t her sister. Mrs. McCallum. of Kit- Mrs. Donovan Fast, the former sooty, and her son, hibition week. Frank, for ex- Entertainment for her nieoe. Miss : Loretta Harris, a bride-elect of the ' near future, Mrs. Albert Hillman i was hostess at a shower thia week, j Gifts were presented by Inex Hill-j mn, little cousin of the bride-to-be. At tea, Mrs. Hillman was assisted Germany Annoys English Women Ambassador Refuses to Receive British Delegation of Protest LONDON. July 19 Leaders c' the women's movement were Intii Cnwier, Wrs. D. M. McKinley, Mrs ' Gordon Clark. Mrs. E. Crozier, Miss 'Jesfie Clark and Miss Doris t Graham, all of Namao. ' Those who called during the day Included. Ven. Archdeacon and Mra. ; P. C. Cornish. Mr. and Mra. O. H. Blades of Red Deer. Mr. James A ; Sutherland. Colchester. Mr. and Mra. George H. Oraydon. Mra. L. M. Long. ; Namao: Mra. James Paul. Namao; Miss Doris Graham. Namao: Miss Jeeal Clark. Namao; Mr. Colin Fraaer. : Mr. Edward Barrett, 8tettler: Mr. J. Jf-hnson. Tofield: Miss Etta McLod, ; Miss H. Lamoureux. Lamoureux: Mra. Lioyd Crozier. Namao; Mlaa Eleanor Ctozler. Namao; Mr. and Mra. George ; H Ryan. St. Albert: Mr. W. G. ! Purchea: Mr. Herbert E. Hutching; Mr G. R. Hamilton. Calgary: Mr. C. : T. Butchart. Mr. J. H. Morris, Mr. W. ' R West. Mr. O. N. Morris. Mr. J. Paul, Mies Dorle Forbes, Mra. A. H. Bhep- rard. Mr. H. J. Wlnifield. Mr. William McKinley. Namao; Mra. Nell MacKay. i Hanna: Mrs. Jamea W. Blatchford. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davidson. Beverly: Mr. and Mrs. T. Hull. Mr. J. 8. McLellan. Mra. T. Johnaori. Mrs. Thorn aa Mulr. Mr. O. T. VanBusklrk. Mr. C. B Beats. Mr. H. A. Slmonson, Mrs H. E. Hutchlngs. Mr. and Mr. M. McKinley. Stony Plain: Mra. T. C. Wlngfleld, Mr. H. McKlnlay. Stony Plain: Mr. and Mra. M. J. Cassidy. Mr. J. H. Hughnyton. Bittern Lake; Mrs. James Maloner, St. Albert: Mra. A. Ouerton, Mra. P. Tercier. Mr. B. i aiven, vermuion: Miss wargai Dei by. Mlaa Catherine Burgar. Miss Wills Sandison. Mrs. William Bowling. Mra. G. W. Bears. Tofield: Mrs. L Parsons. Mrs. E. A. McDonough. Mra. , John Lang. ! Mr. Thomas S. Wilson. Mr. W. J. I Wilson. etaaklwln: Mr. J. V. Maloney. St. Albert: Mr. T. Anaerson. Mr H. T. Doalar, Mr. N. W. Shlelda. Mrs. Alt' Kellv. Mrs. Patrick Kellr. ! Pt. Albert: Mr. T. Clutterham. Mr. C. G. Bataon. Mia Dorothy Batson and Mrs. B. Hetu. of which reads as follows: "I am writing you ftjain to see if you might know of some one who needs a housekeeper. Perhaps you know of a widower with children needing help up old cream that sours so quickly in the hot weather. Mrs. Alex. Nelson, Hardisty. Alberta. are turning to the rich simplicity o fine materials that characterize'! the Renaissance. Fantasy is giving wny to classi formality. Silk or wool but onl of the highest quality is being- t, u?ea in creating tne gown ot to ,nt i t - 1 in tv iV COLLECTS MISIC OBJECTS cTvvxru-,? r , , .- . M morrow. ,j , , " ' . . . i inese materials aaaoi incniscjvr XnnMn, 17.??. : a .? other ob- tezulimir to delicate, pastel colon w .k maung 10 music mi mintfd ,nll rt highly various In their CsOCiety se,erai men n irom the nobby of Daniel Frjklund, I uses, being impermeable and lone-I t MVV- , oeuu scnooi teacner. , wearing, adapted to the mo-t practi m .nol : !c.al need.s. Witn the trend towaH widow but I lert my nusband a few Lost for 250 years and recently extra-fine aquality comes trenail years ago on account of drink. .discovered in a cottage, where it toward sober design!, and th4 -I would Uke a place in either RM used g s hearthstone, a tomb- ' death-knell of flighty taffetas, for city or country, on a larm and : stone has been unveiled as a m em- 'example, is sounded in these tenden would be willing to help with milking if wages were good enough. "Mr. will give me a reference. "I will be very grateful If you can help me as I can't afford to put an advertisement in the paper, and one never knows what one gets. "Thanking you. I remain. 'Tours truly, orial in Old Windsor church. Eng- i cles land, to John Powney, M.P, for winosor in tne reign oi cnarics II., nv nrodticinz 24 094 pounds o who met his death in a duel. 1 miii in 355 days, the nedigreej Je I spy cow, Stonshurst Patrician's Lll" ac-l rattles or high school boys from j of Sinnlnrtton. England, has nront England are touring Finland. ' the world's Jersey milk record. Anyone Interested will please telephone Sunshine office, 10128 M st Phone 21241. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiffin and chll riT ann Mr nrt if,, u. r mj . v. uuii. , T 7,. , . jaton. of Rlmbey. were' week-end viai- Those present were: Mr. J. Kid- j-iic nciit. urauuvcu uic ma- wrs at Brownlowa Landing. nr. aura, nuicmns. ir. urnetK, Me,.i k. w toriC French castle of Paraman Ch- i . j Hi. Kay Kidney. Mis Doll, and Mis, , ; ' " k ,TV "'w-l . X, na'i wh-ch pni'nnl manv nM n ri uuiuiny Jiama. mis stary oranam. : - . Jr- ' : . man, wn.cn conta.nea many oiai n . (j I ,... n,.,. patvm nt rnriuh mm tit nmte a kw ... orainct tVi anti.famlnlst tiaII. i - - ( -. Mr. Lyman Shultg and his cousin. I The scheduled protest masters, lamily portraits and a!l dllliy iJIlOWcr eauuiui nau du:i, oy juaarae lai lieu, wife of a revolution leader. For Bride-Elect j BIY THE NEW KODAK FILMS AKD GET THEM FRESH AT McCUTCHON'S 10147 JASPER AVEM'E j Honoring Miss Olive Collins, popu-j lar bridelect of this month. Mrs. I Cyril Paling entertained at a pantry I shower at her home on Mondav evening. The gifts were concealed : in a prettily decorated clothes ham-! per. which was also presented to the j guest of honor. j Those present were: Mrs. H B. TSere U enly one wav to completely - c. Bannard. Mrs. A. beautifv a discolored blemished com- 5anI1'. Mr- B anetly. Mrs. V. P. nlexion and that one war la to take 4-Ty?en-. Mr" Horrocks. Mrs. E Led Flan'less Skin Beauty Is Essential was t" Mr. Lloyd Shultz. of Namao, arf . hare been made to German Amb" - Mrsv f ii n , ! snending their holidays with Mr. jsador Leortoid von Hn-ch Frifk 1SS Ulive Collins Honored j Hermit 8hulti at the American but late Thursday night the em- i Fruit Grower's ranch at Cashmere. : bassy announced the delegation j would rot be received because the I Mr. W. Beairsto. of Eugene. Ore-, reception had been announced be-i eon. and his niece. Miss Patricia . fore the embassy had given its con-! Beairsto. are guests of Mrs. F. M. : sent. Beairrto. 90 ave. Mr. and Mrs C. W. Walters, of Edmonton, are spending a few weeks in Detroit. at Evening Gather ing ASPEN BEACH, Gun Lake The Aquatic club is holding a dance in Rose hall. Friday evening to raise funds to build a club house at the beach, where dances and social ac off the wornout surface akin by ab- i ". Mr, Collins. , tivities may be carried out through -"."hpu. Meil S"- xETSZS' io the summer. Officers of the club UilllftC If . kmun, ' w . - " " -. SJ -. i . v.. . -n-. fnm,. Miaa Thelma Barefortt M m a t in ulated for the purpose of removing aneatiy. aa.ss Eveiyn Orria th unlovelT outer akin in tlnv In- ! -- visible particle and revealing the clear, soft, youthful loveliness ot the underskin. Mercoiized Wax brings out the hidden beauty in the akin. !axnlte Astringent reduces wrinkle nd other are-line. Saiollte stimu late relaxed tiseues and refine roars pare. It is a refreahing. bracing akin tonic. t?s !t dailr. Saxoi'.te Atr1ngefit I made br dissolving one ounoa PwdTed Pesolite in one-hall pint witch hajel. At aji drug stores. SAVE. LADIES! SAVE! SHAMPOO and tfa FINGER WAVE 3UC SH4MPOO. MARCEL, MM. with hot all treatment.. 5 Marvel Hairdressing rnstafrs, lain Jasper. Phone ?7?St NOT A SCHOOL BBBBajBaaBl charge of arrangements are: j president, Mrs. K Kinnaird. Edmonton; vice-president. Mr. F. E. McLeod, Lacombe; secretary, Mr. C. Barker, Edmonton; treasurer, Mr. D. Hay of Lacombe. Miss Frances Young. North Sea-smith school, and Miss Ferne Sedore cf Grande Prairie arrived in Edmonton bv aeroplane to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. George . S. Young, Miss Young's parents, Three hundred and thirty-five petitions, mainly from religious and youth organizations, have been filed ir. protest against the proposal of Glasgow. Scotland, to permit Sunday golf on municipal courses. Science" And Skill Aid Eyesight Jackson Bros, Edmonton pioneer Jewelers, now have one of the finest equipped Optical Parlors on the continent The latest devices known to the science of optometry have been Installed. While this new equipment would be useless in the hands of a lavman and Sgt.-Major Sutherland. Tests ; Jackson Bros, now have a trained .. o o. uirce classes, nrst, sec-! professional operator, one of the : ond and beginners. i best optometrists in Canada. In his I A committee consisting of Mr. I. hn? instruments , Sutherland and Miss Ruth Jolie are fr the mea"s ' accurately analyz- making last minute preparations ! ,n na ?e troubles and Tnat broadcasting in Swth Africa : for the hike. Friday, starting lrom properly prescribing the correct should be done bv a public corpora- j Athabaska hell at g:0Q p.m. lenses to give true eye comfort, tian rather than the government, is j I Although Jackson Brothers' Op- the recommendation of Sir John C. I Due to the fact that many s!u- , tometrist holds a diploma secured W. Reith. English radio expert, wtw i dents were unable to make the trip j by University examinations, there v as asked by the Union government j to the legislative buildings last Sat- ts no extra charge for his services, to investigate the matter. urdaanother trip to the capitol Moreover, eye glasses may be pur- ! ",1 f?1';?" thls coming ! chased at Jackson Bros, on the easy Oxford Union Society, in the unl- i Sturday at 30.jn; I payment plan. versity town of Oxford, England. ' The last lecture of Mr. Arthur 1 11 wui Pa? J"ou t0 talc! advantage has banned women from the dining Lismer will be given on Friday eve- i of our frte eye Tllnic evsry Satur- : nin in room 142 of the Medical , cy. lrm a m. to 1 p m. You are building, the subject being The : assured of a thorough eye examina- AROUND THE CAMPUS -"-1 track and field day has been set for Friday, August 2. at the Varsity stadium. This yearly meet is always a very popular event and is expected to draw a record crowd. 8wimming tests are to be eon-ducted at the South Side pool Monday. Wednesday and Friday mornings of next week under the supervision of Sct.-Mator Barker room except for breakfast and ai- temoon tew. 1 1 O I 3 3 gggM I o I Art of Children." Mr. Lismer will continue to the coast where he will resume his lecture tour of Canada. Hon at these clinics. For Appointments PHOXE 21747 , With the title of "Lord of the : Thousand Isles", Prince Hassan is ' reported to hare been elected Sultan of the Maldive Islands, n0 i T. ; i miles southwest of Ceylon, the pre- t vious sultan having been depooedl Jackson Bros. Jrw-lrrs. Ltd. and Opiirian I !! JASPER AVEXVE Washing Machines! MAYTAG Supplies the Globe FARMERS! CITIZENS! Our New Maytags ARE SECOND TO NONE We Guarantee Maximum Quality at Minimum Price Drop in our Store if you can't afford a new one, sea our reconditioned stock. We can satisfy you. MAYTAG Co., Ltd. 1 0359 Jasper Avenue 34 1 it tr-! ie-ire en. by: C rre; ol- CW- f : 1 t I ta- inv tor

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