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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 191U MILADI DAll.Y UKrULD PAGE ELEVEN PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moe. of Cran- brook, B.C.. who have bfca visitiuE the coast elites, are tho guesls of Mrs. Jas. Wallwork, C1C oth SI. Mrs. George K. Heath, will reluni tomorrow from Spokane, where sha lias been spending Ihe past month. Mr. and'Mrs. McKenzIa and Mr. and Mrs. K. W. have return- ed from Iheir vacation al Waterton Park. Mr. and Mrs. n. Easlerorook havo had as their guest during the past week Lieut. Kasterbrook. ot Coisley. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. naldersen and Mlts nJris Nevcui liVvc just returned from Walerton I.akes. whero they have been spending a month's holiday. Mr. and -Mrs. J. G. Harper entertain ed during the dinner hour last, eve- ning In courtesy to Mr. S. J. Fuvics and Mr. Arthur Morgan. M'5S McDonald, of the Hospi- tal staff, left yestcnVy for Waterloo Lakes, where sho will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin -McMalion during the coining week. Mr and Mrs. Gcorgo nawden. of Kingston. Out. are in the city will remain Ihe g'uesls of relatives Uur- ing the ucsl tew, weeks. Miss Marcella-Lafferty, who has been visiting 111 Kdinonlon durins the past month, returned home today. Mae I-utterly, who has been willi her n Kdmonton. remained in (alsjurs. r.-herc she will spend a few days fbi-o returning to the city. Mr. II. (i. Clarke Is leaving for Mont; rc-ot this afternoon on a three-weeks justness triii. Mrs. Fairley, who leaves the 'city shortly to reside tn Vancouver, was tho xuest of honor during the lei hour Ibis afternoon, at tho home ot Mrs. f. Sloltse. 1107 3rd Av.e. S. I years ago. Tli'o present junior class (however (an entering class is accepted every olker numbers over thirty students. Only nlno'woinen in al! have i been graduated from the college provi- 1 ously. I l VALUABLE DAUGHTERS A daughter Is ot .eousMcrably mon, lvalue Io the iliau a sou. A. Vuuns ami io the age a Kallir sirl is kept at home; then the lo earn her ,tah Young Ml today by motor (or rValL-rtun Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pleelwood loft today tor a month's holidaying at the own living, either a- white lidy's house. Mrs. N'ourse and Miss Lucy Xourse returned to Catsary tins afternoon. t Mr. anil Mrs. McKentfo have ervant at sisting her WJlllI? 1 father in hoeing the ni.jaliu and com natcii. I As soon as she readies a marriage- j able age suitors arrive, lleau'y is a i small atlraclloa in tho eyes of tht Kalhr'lady-killer. The father bargains wilh the suitor. A very fair price for Mr. George W. Craig and family in company wilh Mr. Jeff Lydiall. ot Calgary, were 'among the motorists stopped In Iho city yesterday eu route to Glacier Park. 'Mis-, S. Honnell and her guest, Miss Mae Bryou, of Big Timber, Montana: I.MIS. Oo.il. Porteri Miss. 1-Yances HEALTH IS SO If you only lovow to attain, it and keep it. Cut out keavy meats and. potatoes and .eat Shredded Wheeit BiSCllit whk fruits and dreen vegetables and see now mwJv better, 'you feel Vkeat Biscuits wilk ber- ries or sliced bananvas make anourisbiivo', satis- _ lying meal at asmaU cost. A boonto ike Kouse We in Summer because it is ready-cooked and. ready-to-serve. L, Ilieir Riiesls Mrs. J. Iv. Hill and 1 Hiss liello McKenzii', "f London, Out. I Miss Kva Price, who is visiting in Vancouver, is the guest of Major and Mrs. Asqullh. formerly of l.clhbrldgu. Constable and Mr.- llradner. of BON Maud, were visitors in city terday. 'Mrs. MeN'ab. in company wilh Miss M. K. left th'.s morning k spcml a vacation in lirillsli Columbia Dr. and Mrs. fiiilbraitb, in company Mr. and Mrs. A. Sc-roggie.' of Kyrcmoix-, were Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. f. W. Galbratib, lied Deer, last week. Mr. Harold I-ong has returned hoiv.c from Waterloo LaV.es. Mrs. Long will I remain the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M .'dcMahon for a few days. a. good girl is eiglil uie-n.-- Til Hi's- KING A.DMIRES CHICAGO GIRL Miss Josephine Marii- Kelly ot Chi- cago 111., who is now in Athens as a member of the American lied Cross, Is, according to reports, rcce'vinB marked attention from King Aiei- ander of Greece. Miss Kelly met King Alciander last January al a ttu given n Ihe home ot Creek friends. Ac- cording to- reporls. King Alexander nade no attempt to conceal his ad- niration for the American ilrf, and slncd 'their first meeting EDMONTON, Aue. Hrown inB. deputy altorncy-Ri'iioral. will li- the, government's representative on all Ihe advisory i-oinmitu-es to be aa-, pointed in the lour Alberta cities fov i tbo administration of Ihe Kin-lory This- Is on Premier Stewart's aulliorty, but it is understood Unit ihe appointmeot ut the committee, will not he proceeded with mull ilie, nominations ilie employers in eacli centre have been'made. The .employers mid employees nrj eiich Io nominate a rtprcsentiilive, (ordiug to tbe terms of Ihe net. aim Hie govcroment will then name tlm third member, instructions being to appoint the domtty ailonwy-gencral in each case. Nominations from cacb of the four cities by Ihe employees and rnnlier action is now awaiting upon tlio employers. UHPI CKOSSES ronuincd by an Knglish oracer who AJKI LAiNh i has notified the Ukrainian goverumenl THE CAKl'ArHlANSitlial he is name ot the _______. i allies, since the Ukrainian adrainislm- VIKX.VA, Aug. first airplane lion has not been recognized. Tho 10 cross Ihe Carpathians from llu'-sia! Ukrainians are si-inlins a protest to itu Austria reached here loilay from' Paris staling thai this was iheir onlT rkraiuian headiiuarters at Kami-nets, j means of communication since the al- I'odolia. Tho machino carried K pas-1 lies helped the I'oies to occupy east seugers and mad3 the tJOO mile non-' (jaliciu. stop tlischt in seven hours. The air-! i plane ha, Veen counscalcd with Ihei Cas masks have been I TuoiiL-y and diplomatic documents ii j to sower repa'r men at Uallas. leias. SOCIAL EVENTS TAIIIS. Aug. effoi'i nf Ih supreme council's message sent to Ih Hungarian people by wireless askin 'Athens society. Inspector and l.Mrs. Joseph Morgan, 1251; lUli Ave. A S., entertained a few of their old-time friends and neigh- bors last evening in honor'of their Arthur, who has just returned from overseas. Those present were delighted to renew acquaintances with Arthur and again be privileged to on oy his rendering of flute solos. Miss Strotc. of the Lcthbridge Conserve lorv ot Music, demonstrated her ad inirablo efficiency at the piano and also sweetly sang several songs. Miss Lilian ilurdock also contributed to the evening's enjoyment by, playing sev- eral piano solos. I'rior to the guests' departure a very dainty lunch was served by tbe hostess. Mrs. .L Livingstone entertained a number of her friends informally dur- ing the lea hour yesterday aflernoon I in honor o5 Mrs. Gentry, ot Portland. Ore., who is the guest of Mrs. Cope. id Mrs. Lowe, who is. visiting her cousin, -Mrs. D. A. Simpson. I mania say that Ihe Rumanians hav Ibecn successful in repelling the Hui garian forces. Bill the peace del gates believe the Rumanian occupalio SOLDIERS EFI tOli, can bc maue with a Hun f the. Inlercsving features in Unians und other allies may creak' work of the Alber'ta Returned Hold- through military intervention t'ommission has been Ihe YORKSHIRE MINERS TO VOTE ON STRIKE LONDON, Aug. York- shire miners' council "representing more thap miners, who re- mained on strike, refusina to ac- wero the lirsi to umibi, nui cc thc government's offer of relatives in Canada they packed their decided today to sub- civilian possessions in trunks aim mll lo jls branches the question boxes-leaving them with friends or acnuai'ntances until their return, but many will never, return having given1 their lives for ttie Mother Country. These trunks ami boxes in the. vast majority of cases, are still in' Alberta and owing to the deceased not hav- ing left, tho address of his Neil oi lllc Kin with the person keeping ihe el-jUnjtell Kingdoin. The records'of the A. FL S. C. show some iiitcresUng', cases: AT THE ALTERATION SALE This is llie last night of Alteration Special prices so better take advantage of it. Better bargains will not be had for months. al of deceased soldier's effects. The -Alberta Battalions ilmc their ranks a majority of men from the British IsleB. A great number of these'inen were unmarried, without Nexl of Kin In Canada. During tne early stages of the war these men were the first to enlist, not having of continuing the strike. WASHINGTON DENIES 1. Stale de disclaimed know- ied not hav- a o[ commercial treaty his Neil of LWCTO lne united States and the The casa of jif, is one In point; a family runnrnE'5 AND SOCIETIES Calgary, it'later being handed to CHURCHES AND iuuitllta rA.. .iisnoaal. no record- i-1 The girls' section of Iho Hehckats will meel at the home of Mrs. Luudy. 615 15th St. S., on Monday evening at S o'clock, v.-ben all members are requested to be present. Tiio Art Needlework Club will meet at tho home of Mrs. 0. C. Cope on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Oji Wednesday aflernoon last. Ihe ladies of Ihe WJM.S. of Ihe United and Wesley churches colored lo the King farm, whero a combined meeting and O't ple g.. picnic was held. The meeting, which Was held under tho shade trees, wa led by Mrs. Braudow, while Mrs. Line say gave a very fine paper on "Leader ship." Miss Lewis conducted th Hi hie study In a Very helpful man ner, After the meeting all sql down to bounteous picnic Riippur. laid on iii proviscrt lables., with ice cream i abundance for dessert. The ladies wish to thank Mra. King for her and also those who so kindly drove them out, io A. R. S. C. tor disposal, no record- the regimental' number of the de- eased soldier was to be found but n eiaminging the trunk and iis con- ents 'a number of photographs .were iscovered. by a mere coincidence no was' of a. .young lady with her name on tho hack of the ,snapshol. 'ho picture was taken on the plat- orm of a railway station in Scotland, n the background of the photograph vas a lamp post bearing Ihe namo of ho station. A letter was y sent lo Ihe young lady, addressed o the town shown In the snapshot; a reply was 'received giving full partic- CORSETS 50 pair ot good quality corsets in medium bust stylo. Made from good quality of material and well finished in every way. Itegular values as liigh as 85.50., Saturday Night 3.00 Special 90-INCH SHEETING This is the last night Io secure this beautiful wide plioelins, free from dressing and filling, at this price. It is worth an 51.25 yard today. Saturday Night Special, yard WHITE FLANNELETTE- 31 Inch Wiite Flannelette in soft heavy finish that is won- derful value when you see today's offerings. Tills is value llial is worth at least 40c yd. right now. Sal. Night Special PILLOW COTTON 205 vards of (his good" Circular Pillow Uclton In medium weight. Please don't ash for it niter tonight. It will he gone. C Regular GOc value. Saturday Night Special................ ;HUCK TOWELLING Pure While Iluck Towelling In fine self stripe, suitable tor- good towels Also used dresser scarfs, stand .covers, etc. -l Q This is regular. 3Je value. Saturday Nlshl Special enabling the SIR EDMUND WALKER, BRINGS; BRITISH LABOR VIEWS TO High-grade American Dentistry Guaranteed ft f EQUAL PRICES which you nlilced for ten or lifteen years, would walch that is guar- to which no guarantee whatso- ever'-ls altalhod! And so wllli dfcnttstry wo havo attained to far the largest practice in tho Proylnce because guarantee all ot our work every ilefall. This is but one of tho benefits wh'ich our patients derive. ..Painless methods [icrfjctert to .the. high- cst decrco and cxlrcmely moderate charBos aro olhors.'This month'as aiiililioniil inducement we offer n ulralghl reduction of 20% from onr regular fixed charges. CUT OUT THIS AO. AND BRING IT TO OUR OFFICES, IT WILL ENTITLE YOU TO A SAVING OF ON EVERY TEN YOU SPEND WITH US. Hichards, formerly in' charge ot our Lelhhrldgc olllce, hag no'.v no conncclion whatsoever with our Dentistry Ai We Practiie It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, McLaren Nelson Hijh Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 froin Uthbridge Hotel, tETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA CALOARV OFFICE-t15A EIGHTH AVENUE B. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. ol miscellaneous trades, wh re affillaled witli Hie Hrllisb icn's Trade Union league. AMERICAN WOMEN JliF3 Margaret 0. Tlondficld, roeni er of the, parllameiilary committee -Ihe British trade .union congress In tho United Slates at fralcrna office lo dispatch the trunk, through the military aulhohlies to the .Next of Kin in Scotland. Another case ot interest wan that of Pte. D.-----. No record of a regimental number was to be found, but.tho trunk cdn mined a number of leltera from Black pool, England; Ihree different letters ere selected, each .being signed by a oung, lady's .Christian, name only, bu urlunat'ely the'letters wero headei >y an' address. Letters wero sent It icm bearing the chrtstlari name o ie-young lady; in all three cases re jllcs were received giving particulars f Pie. n., sufficient to send the trunk o his mother overseas. A similar case to that of Pte. D.----- vas that ot Pte, lj-----. Upon writing to an address in Kng- and giving the Christian name only a reply was received from tho deceas- the elegalo lo the convenjion of merican Federation of also n members of Ihe Joinl indus council of Great llritain. com osed of representatives of !he organ organizci about zed employers ftnd "miroVeriiig 'CHINA'S EFFORTS IN CHILD WELFARE WORK cd soldier's, sister. Another case .was that of Cpl. Si, a book giving the clue. The book .was apparently presented by a friend anrt .he fly leaf contained Ilic giver's name 1ml address; through this address the effects-were sent lo hla home in the Old Country. The Estates Brancli'of the A. R. S. C. has since its inception probalcil approximately 1.500 Wills for the cs lales of deceased soldfers. Persons having 'or knowing of ef feels mid papers of deceased Sold tcrs nrn requested 'In coirimnntcalt. wllli (ho Assistant Secretary of the A. S.' C.. 214 Dcveiidge Ulilg., Cal gary, Alia. REDUCE CURRENCY TO CUT DOWN COST OF LIVING PEKING. July is richcr-hy seventeen, graduate women doclora, who have obtained Ilieir de- gree of M. from the North China Union Medical College tor Women In Peking. Theso seventeen young Chitv esn women have completed the re- qulronicnls of the Dvo years' course a I the preceded by'two years' work at sonic recognized college, anc arc- now ready to enter upon their terms as Internes In one of tho worn en's hosptlala In Peking or elaewheri in North China. Two of the graduates will become internes .In tho Sleepe Davis Hospital >for women which ad Joins the Medical College here and-Ji used as Us laboratory. Thla 13 the largest class so.far grni iiatctl from Iho .womcn'n inMllc.il co lego ainccL It WAS put upon.Its r't'cspr WASHINGTON, Aug. out a record vote the senate to- day adopted ing senate banking committee- to whether legislation to 'reduce the amotint-of currency Jn circulation would be feasible as; reducing the coit-of liv- Inn.' The resolution, which was xponaored by Senator Democrat, Montana, hid been un- der debate for, two dayi, MAINTAINED RELATIONS WITH GERMAN SECRET SERVIC PARIS, rion-commlsaio ed .Omccr, Scrstl do i Brabant, of t cnvairy, condemned -to d'ealh for Jin Ing maintained rclaliona wilh the ch of. ihe German secret servl.ce it T! tolbiia dnrln? Ihe war, was shol lego since it wns pui upon u.s ........0 basis 03 a Urllon mlaslon'.losljtutloa morning al Vlconnes, Cocoanut Wafers iiBh'lfully s'wtel biscul of loaslcd coc sit an added Savor. UNDERWEAR SPECIAL 100 pieces only of Sample. and drlirers, in- splendid quality. Well made and good .fitting. These are values worth at least 51.00- Saturday Night Special RYLANDS CO. The Toronto Conservatory of Music UND WALKER Mulioa, Director. The Most Splendidly Appointed School oi Music in the Dominion i A Well-equipped' Young Woraori Students. SESS training Examinations in Music, nuhlly throughout Canada, conslitule the most, progressive uablo standards-01 efficiency of any musical Mominmiuns.now before Dook. Syllabus! Women's Residence. Pamphlet; and Calendar of Ihe Mar8aret Eaton School ol Bxpresston tent to any address on request. The Nordheimer Apartment Upright HE last in Pinno craftmanship at a price remarkable for such quality. offer tbis instrument as a culmination of seventy -eight years of experience. Built to conform to the limited dimensions of the modern home and at the same time to satisfy in artistic bcauty-this piano gives a wealth of tonal richness not to be obtained in any other Piano of ita size. r AtsiDiboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6TH ST. S. PHONE ;