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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE MILADI tures, furniture and childre-ii'a books' and toys will be acceptable. cpiu-. ruHlee In charge sujsesl that -each member be responsible for three do- nttioDj. Friends could be appealed IP OT membf rs vho tBemselvts bate not suitable dojuuonj. The oiecutive of tho will meet at the home ot Mrs. Crate, Twelfth street B north this even- Ing at 7.SO. PERSONAL 4 Mrs. Annette Emeao and daughter, Miss Florence Bmeno ot Ltraepburg, Nova Scotia, are Ef ceding an extend- ed visit with Mr. K. B. Emeno. Mr. Hoi aril Nelson of the Bank ot Nora Scotli. leaves (or Eukxtoan'to 'morrow morning vill relieve at that prsnch' for two weeks. .J ilr.' 3. wai a Tlsllpr In Medicine Hat yesterday. L Mr J. Booruma ot the Alberta gov- ernment Telephone has return ed from a two weeks' visit In Lomond. _ i _ Jlra. B. L. Jan-is left today spend a visit >U.h ber sister. Mrs. J. F. Jar- at BISirmoYe. :Sho was accompan- ied by Mrs. PaWs.arid children ct Ray- mond 'and Miss Reeves. ceed lo Waterloo Lakes for a vaca Ion. Mr. N'elsoa Fraser of High River, and Mr. J. today for New }3TtOD. where they will spend a few days before leaving tor H vacation to Waterton Lakes. Mrs. Charles Hyssop has as her guests her mother Mrs. S. Glass, her niece, Mlsj Eva McNub, and uncle, W, A. Glass, of Macleod. -Mr. T. Roberli, the pianoforte teach er, left this morning for a vacation at B.C.; Miss 'Alberta: Hufner'.is spending a 'lew. days In Calgary- Mibb'y'icave lo- Inighb- Koslo, .B. woe re. will spend the "month of au'jfilsl. Mr. and "Mrs. -C. B. Bowman anc daughter Mo'lsie-, accompanied by Miss .returneu from Wat Lakes today, Miss Ursula Elton and Miss Itulh TVilcox left today to Join a 'motor par ty in Cardston when they will pro- ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mra. H. S. Whita of 1125 Sixth avenue sbuih'.'wlsa to announce the engagement of their eldest daugh- ter, Gladys Mary to Mr. William A. Washbrook, only son of Mr. and Mra, G. WashbrooV. The wedding to take place shortly. WEDDINGS By Gertiiide Berciford Miss D. H. Olayzer of the Bank of Montreal, left this morning for Kaslo B. C., where she will spend the neit few weeks as the guest at tho cottage of -Mr. and Mrs. Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Petley arrived to- day from the .east and'wlll take up residence in the city. Hr. Petley has been appointed as the new boys' sec- retary at tho .Y.HJC.A. and his com- menced his duties today. S. J. yesterday to join his family at Proctor. Dr. J. H. Rivers conducted the ser- vices in the Union church at Vulcan yesterday. V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o The Sir Aleiaoder Gait Chapter O.D.E. purpose holding a rummage sale early In September. Donations of clothing, boots and dishes, pic- '_ At Ihe Wesley cborch, Wednesday evening, July 28th, Rev. C. H. Cragg united in marriage Jeaa.Ross, young- est daughter of the .late Angus and Mra. Jemima Maclnnes of Coalhursl, formerly of Piclou county, Nova 3cb- fU, to Claude Munroe, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Munroe will reside In Ooalhurst, where the groom Is an engineer at the North Amertcau Col- llcrles.. B A The marriage took place at Blair- more ot J. Gordon. Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Boblnson, for- merly of Cowley, but now of Vancou- ver, tc Miss Franz, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs, H. Franz, of Cowley. On Friday morning, July .30th, at the home of the brWe's mother at Coleman, Alta., in the presence of a small gathering of friends 9f the orida and groom, the Ilev. D. K. Allen united- In marriage Ellen B. Vuorl ol Coleman to Herbert A. Crlpps of Lethbridge. Later the happy couple left for Lcthbridge where Ihoy will reside. The marriage of Miss Maud Emih McDaaiel of Belfasl, Ireland, and Charles Edward McLean, Leth bridge, Alta., was solemnized by the Rev. K. Vf. Barton, pastor of.FJrsi Presbyterian church, Edmonton, on July 28th, In the presence of Mrs Frank Bell and Mr. David Clements. ornlnK and talked-over some 6t his lana for the forthcoming trip. It Is o be, he said, a Journey for Informa- ion, his deBlre being to see at first iand what the conditions in the north eally are and what prospects the lorth has to offer for supporting a ailway extension should such be ound otherwise feasible. Fine Program fot (he Fall Fair Without Light Three Nights ID The Store of Quality Groceries CZ3 SASKATCHEWAN AGAIN CRIES FOR MORE MOISTURE HEOIN'A, Aug. a week o liot .and' dry weather prevailing throughout the province the heed rain being generally felt Local showers in some districts are mentioned in the report issued by the provincial bureau ot statistics. The best hay crop in years is being cut in the A great improvement in the crop outlook is reported from the Vouda district, where farmers are having a fight with grasshoppers. The reports from the various points that the hail l_osa so tar has been'negligible.': WINNIPEG STREET RAILWAY MEN SIQN NEW AGREEMENT frightful nightmare, and wake up DEAR FRIEND 'Ere you' ..squander that princely pay; cheque in'riolqus Biiyja EJeyeii' 'iierforhiances foV BUY IT NOW AT HIQINBOTHAMS DRUG STORE JACKSON'S DRUG STORE WILLIS PIANO CO. F, H. WILKINS, OPTICIAN CHADTAUQUA AUGUST llth TO 17th WINNIPEG, Aug. o! the Street Railwaymens' Union'on Satur- day evening signed ibc agreement with "Winnipeg Kler'.rTc Railway Coin- providing for a wage'incrcaee of onproximately ten per cent.'as recom- mended by the Miers' conciliation The agreement Is for one year. As the awnrd is retroactive to May 1, the men will receive hack pay aggre- gating :il the earliest poas'ljle moment. ,ITTLE CHANCE OF TRADE WITH RUMANIA OTTAWA, Aug. Canadian with Rumania _is ifacticaily out of the question at the present time, owing to the exchange situation. In the weekly bulletin of bo department of trade and com- merce, the Canadian trade commis- sioner in Rumania states that the Rumanian iei, vrhich has a par value of arproilmately i9 cents, Is now quoted at between two and two and a half cents. Ho states that negotia- tions are in progress with a view lo .he exchange of products on a barter >asis. The commissioner stales that a ransportatlon crisis prevails In Ru- due chiefly to the deficiency of locomotives In good working or- der. When tho Germans and Aus- trlans evacuated lluraania they look wllh them most of the locomotives in running order and though Rumania subsequonlly obtained many from Hungary, they were not suitable. The result Is that Greater with a tolal of 4.250 miles ot railway lias only about 200 locomotives In good working order. ALD. MERCIEB HONORED QUEBEC. Aug. Canadian Joseph Mercicr, representing Bcllevedert vvsrd in the city council, received last night from his eminence, Cardinal Begin, the title of linight commander of St. GrcgorV the Great. The title was recently con ferred by Pope Benedict In recogni- tion of the service rendered by Alder- man Mercier to his' church and his parish. (From Our Own Correspondent) CAItMAXCAY, July Jack- sou Beaubier of Chaapion was the convenor at the district meeting of i he Women's Institute T.-hich was held] n the rest room in Csrmangay last Friday. Mr. Plko ot ilaroiiS was a Carman-1 visitor last week. Mrs. O. P. Smith ot Champion was u lowu last KriJay attending the Women's Institute meeting. Carter Davey. are all through with the brick wors on the Parkin- son now building." McUanlel's and Johnson are buy- ing all kinds o( stock in the Carman- gay district. Mr. J. BeauHer of Champion was Carmangay visitor last Friday at the home of Mr. and .Mrs, J. W. Miller. A dance will bo.held in the Carman- gay Opora House neit Thursday night, Aug. 5th. Music by Hurlburt's or- chestra. Carmangay was without lights for three nights last week owing to re- pair work being done to tho boiler room. j Most all of the town people went to Barons last Wednesday to take in the celebration and all report1 a good time. Sir. T. Parkinson returned home ast Friday from his trip up in the Edmonton district. Most all bt tho Carmangay people will tnke in the celebration at Cham- pion neit Wednesday. Aug. 4th. There were no movies at the opera liouse last Friday and Saturday ow- ing to the repair work being done at the power plant. H. McGaw of this town was the successful tenderer for the painting of the Cisamplon schoolhouse. Mae Is a good painter nnd will undoubtedly please the Champion school board with his ivori. Staad-y McGlunlsjand Hoy Fanning played ball with Ihe Xoblefo'rd team at Harons last Wednesday. Carraangay fair on Aug. 9th and 10th, will be bigger and better than it over has'been before. in prizes and attractions. The program on Aug. 9th will be as follows: base- ball, foot races, sack race, pony race, lug-of-war, (Country and picture show In the Opera House. Program Aug. 10th: 1 p.m. big stock rarado baseball, Champion vs. x'obleford; broncho busting and cow- joy sports; relay race; barrel race; racking contest; steer riding: horse buuWng, and a special prize for every man who rides a steer; 8 p.m. spe- cial feature, moving picture show in ;hc Opera House; 10 p.m. big dance in the Opera House, with the besl orchestra in Alberta. Dr. Talbot of Champion has sold out his practice to Dr. Freeze of Calgary The government telephone men are n town this week doing some repair work. 4 Orvllle Hfiller is working for 51 McGaw at Champion this week help ing him paint the Champion school iionse. Fall rye cutting began last week in this section.. Lou Hurlburt played with tho Barons orchestra for tho dance last Wednesday night. F. K. Owen, -manager of the Bank ot Hamilton expects to take a two weeks' holiday at Gull Lake this month. We received our first Issue ot tho Ibs. Blue Ribbon Loose Tea, H.B. White Navy Beans, 5 Ibs. Custard Powder Grape Juice, Individual, 3 for Cream of Wheat, per Quaker Rolled Oats, per tube Oranges, per dozen 60C 15c 25c 30c 35c ALL KINDS .OF FRESH FRUIT DAILY) Lettuce, Cabbage, Onions, Radishes, Etc. p PHONES 313 AND 1513 APPOINTEO LIQUOR VENDOR EDMONTON, Aug. P. Hutton hai been appointed gov- ernment liquor vendor at Calgary in succession to O. C. Bayne, re- cently resigned. The official Is an ex-soldier and before going overseas was a banker. He takes up the work of the Calgary ven- dor's shop at once. RUSH TO THE SEASIDE LONDON', Aug. Asso- ciated rnsh from London and the big towns lo the seaside and the country this August public holi- day has bsen phenomenal, due doubt- less partly lo the imminence of In- creasing fares. Many big works In Northern England aro closing for a fortnight owing to tho slackness of trade. BUSY IN HOLIDAY SEASON LONDON', Aug. the hoi Idays, the Lambeth conference con lluues (Is sittings In private. The privy council la plowing through tho dispute between Quebec province and tho Dominion attorney-general, con cemitig flshfng and lands In Indian WILSONS ftYMDS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists. Grocers and General Stores. o hear thai C. L. Skintier will he hack at his old ]ob in 0. L, Taylor's gen- eral store this week. Fred May was on the sick list last veek. Mrs. T. J. Simons of Letbbridse is lier folks, Mr. and-Mrs.. Wm. Qeaubler, east of town for a fefc days. Miss Pearl Low has been on the sick list'for a few days. Lester Snyder, Jack Arnold, Jiiu 3owman, D: Humraon, Ina Hunimon, Snyder, and lirs. l.'Y. Suyder returned from their fishing trip from Waterton Lakes after a week's so- iourn at that delightful summer re- sort. All the members of the party are enthusiastic in describing the beauty of the lakes and their sur- roundings, which arc naturally the extreme opposite of level prairie. Eric Campbell, one of the boya who went camping with several other boys from Carmangay and district had ah accident with a .22 rifle. It seems that the shell back-fireil and hit him n the eye. The boy was taken from tho foothills at once to a doctor in Claresholm and the doctor did npt think that the eye was in anydanger, so Eric came home on Thursday and will not go back to .the hills.. CIVILIAN PLANNED FOR IRELAND LONDON, Aug. (Canadian Associated is to sit for another fortnight. Sir Hamar Greenwood today introduc- ed a bill to make provision for the restoration and maintenance of order In council, and which, It is understood, will institute some- thing Itkfi civilian courtmartiat. The remaining stages this bill will be taken In the commons un- der forced conditions on'Thurs- (fay. On Friday the lords will re- ceive it, the measure next week passing all stages In one day. PREMIER'S BROTHER GETS PROMOTION1' PRINCE ALBERT, William Meighen of this city, who was-deputy, warden of the-Edmonton penitentiary when that Institution closed, has been appointed warden of: the penitentiary at Dorchester, K.B. He is n brother of Premier Arthur: Meigh'en. He began his career la tho servico as accountant at the Princo Albert penitentiary and is said to have made a great success of his work. for tear Serve Lanka Lank'a is British grown tea from Ceylon's lull gardens. The choicest grades are blended, making art exquisite flavor, a tempting aroma, a colour that charms. The price is moderate, Look for tliis package. Carmangay paper whlcii is .being printed by Mr. li. X. Woodhull. imb; ll_sher of tho Champion paper. 'We all Wish Mr. Woodhull success. Everybody in town will be pleased BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada ToMakBaTartSalatiJell Jiffy-Jcil is for salads as well as desstrta. Get the lime-fruit flavor and it fvill make you a tart, green salid jell. Mint flavor makes 3 mint jell. The fruit flavors in Jiffy-Jell'are fruit-juice essences in bot- tle in each package They arc real fruii, and the flavor is abundant. No artificial saccharine. Try loganberry or pineapple fla- vor for a dessert, and learn whit delicious dainties Jifly-Jcli brings to your table. A package will serve six people, Jiffy-Jell with !ls natural (roit flavor costs much less than jam or marmalade. FCZEMA You aro not Ci porlmcnt- 1 n f; w li c n ton mo Chw's Olnt- mrnt for Kcjpjna And Skin Trrita- lions. H rcllOTfS at oncn And p radii- all? healp sbhi. Sample hriit Dr. OJnlTrteTit frco II you mention llils ana Tor posifigc. COr. all deal era Kdmanson, Bates Toronto, STARTING TUESDAY, AUGUST 3rd, we will clear out all Women's Oxfords, Pumps and White Shoes at 20 p.c. off. Also all lines of Children's Slippers, Sandals and White Shoes at 20 off, We must make room for Fall Shoes, so drop in and see the on Oxfords, etc, NO RESERVE. STRICTLY, CASH. NO APPROVALS. .NO MONEY REFUNDED. Wolf s Shoe Store 608 THIRD AVENUE ;