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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUil'ST Jl f.' DAILY MKKALU ICLEVliN MILADI f PERSONAL o Mr. and -Mrg..J. K Alexander, SH 2nd Avenue souib. cnlcrlBinei) as their KpyVend Mr. C'arr o( Ilunletl. Previous to life residence In [lurdcU. Mr, Carr was employed by the Gooil Co., Lid., here. Mrs. John Burnett oi Foremost Is in city, (he Rucst1 of Jamea Muodjp, 632 121U Strecl C, north. Si. Paul's church, Vancouver, irai crowded lo the doors when llie roar- I'lagD took ylace ot Mary Aneus. tlden d.-iusbter of the late Benjamin JloRCrs and' Mrs. or. that city. ami Afisehel one of the fainaus trio of muslelnns. The many ot Inspector Chancy, formerly with tUe Mounted Police Ucrc will ho pleased (o lesrn tii'at he has sutlicieullT Improved In licallli lo resume his duties at the barracks 'in llpglna. Miss Annie -McDonald monmiE for MaclcoU. left this of Mr. ami Mrs. J. D, lllfiinliothani. Miss 1'liylli.s Plumed! from service it) IJ'f. Auicrii'HiJ Jtoil in franco; Norman'from Sit (.Jill lTnlvejsity; anJ Mrs UteJuIioUiaiu, Marjnrlc, Mary and Muriel from Southern California. Sir. and Mrs. Harold are renaiuiug in ihe this after which they ex- pect to vhii hi Calgary and Banff en route to KiJmimlon whrrfl he is tngag- cj in the civil re establishment vl neil soldiece, Miss Phyllis J eaves shortly lo lake up.a special course ai UolumLiu I'niversily. whllft .Norman relurnb lo .Montreal. Mn. Gentry. n-Jio ba.i been the micr'j of Mri. G. C. Cope, 1206 6ih Ave. BouiU led on Alia., i wliorc slie brother.- v'f >JfK X. Mrs. J. and iEUphlcr Ruth return- ed tins morning. yfieaSanf five weeks' vacallon iati'fio c-o'flflj Mr. ant] Mrs. M. C. C. Salmon and f A rally accompanied by their guest. Miss Miller of Ind., lell Sunday niorntng bf njotor on a canut- IUE cxjiciHUon in the where they expect to remnin IOT a couple ut Mr. and Mrs. A. M. .Mac, ivbo spenl last wuc-kvin llic city liavc returned to their home In Craiibrook. ut .matrimony, i tie Jtov J. Kennedy bt'ius Iht utliciatmg The urirle. miailevcta'l, look- ed yory i-harimn? In a'puun cream and a shower Lou-: nfrnplanc was up. and jusl arvmi lime tlia ,lrluen was (he ncifli- o[ ,hc lanilii-i: trcinnd. ii m-fil. oul> me (ric'inls or the (onlnit- inc iparlini prewnl. l.aler llic lidtpv: smiilsl ftiowors or (oiilclti and qoud wislifs. ihe air. lukoine like on aii.osu-nded mutDr luionsli U k.jn fae ihc airplant Hie Xortlicru Stales. j comour oi sky. There j rrowrt ai thflt lime who 1.IIIHS-PAISII hail :he flisln had been The uf Misj l.ibb, J ,103lpoueA wi'.li a number o[ of Cliiu and .Mr. llpnry )'.-irr ol Mr. and Mrp. .Wallyork. GJG 5Mi Street, spent the in Mow Is- land, HID guests of Mr. v. K. J.'( Hoggins aurt family arc holiilayuiE-at'NAmayo, near Edmonton, j i I aurt StoncH.ill, v.-herc tuav will re- Mrs. William of durillg thc next lew weeks. arc visitors .in thc HID Councillor Thowli dt llic former's brother. Mr. James Weslbrook. 5r., wlio Ire lias not. ecu' lor 21' years. Mr. Pars OTIS.'who been Thcv> lis were the' sucsls. of Mr. and Mrs, liyrotu. During in the city, Mr. Thewlia visited Ihc ex- pcrimerital farm dis- _ month iit coasial cities return.] was vcrc- favorably rd home-. this morning, Mrs. wilh and fainllv will return m a Few Many- friends will, he please .Mr. and Mrs.-S. D. Mns arc IXJHIE lcarn llia, JJciitl> consnUuUtcrt upon the birth of a nm] Mrs c win arriTll iivl on Krlilay. August Davyl James. oTCracaa-this, Week Messrs. Bcrl Milncr and Hal- fern have relumed (o the cily after apciuling a feu- diys in Calgary.' Mr, Jas. W. Boulton and son, Claude, Vancouver, fining Irs. Laurie lefl lodfty (or MaclearV crc slic will remain during'tlie conh week. Hie rnaitV frJeiid.? of Mr. C.'Ii- Dolan of CalEa'ry-will lie'pleased lo'lcarii nf via .Spokane, ami Swtjle. They j ?s Of (roni the city fur several. MAKING THE-HOUSE A HOME is easj; for ilieworaauAvKolinowsliowio select nourishing, satisfying food at tKe minimum cost Shredded 'Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, whole wkeat, nothing wasted or thrown away- the most real food for tne least money. It combines. witK berries or ottier iruits, malting an ideal food for the Summer kiiclien w.orlc or .worry. c-hurrh. on Friday afternoon. Hoih are (iigli.lv in (nflir hom> icunilies and snrp; jfiipjtBr beJiig given under ut'lhc Ladies Aid. r u tflp om> cOw- 1 rtturncd-ihai evcnlnx 10 .lo nrprise-i'uelr trk-nd, at -njt-hine.-off il i- Jhe landmg -Rround CHUHCHES ANC SOCIETIES c- c- v- The Adult Bible Class ifin church iiiet at the. homo ol Mrs. C. S. Parrow lisl tvcninp. -The mcel- Ins u-a's l r by when' thciie (ircscnL indulReil in a business session jirtor lo Mrs. Uuns-" enterprising- itnd head ihe -aiac on lo for The tfiifl'g: SPI out on (lie thb'finit glinijitft of liio machine" as .it "neafeil ihc irou3ul. Uut Ihe jofccr no'iDioniioji of giving Ibe show' Away: He'kejil Hie kite in aiul when darkness broUgHl it ilown carefully ''soujewbcVe Lethbrldgc." u-ere'cauyht star-pasinjj for nb purpose" went ;iway wondering ftnd'iotnc oif art no duubt won- slilJ vttfy Captain. Hoy save l.elbbridgc, the -go-by. One individual tliuugb'C he had "a scoop on the press. ijihcj wonh's discussion on "Cliriilian Uii-'i lie, in 'th'ls mornihg for fui ion.1' A'progranime' o' muyic, readings. Ip'wliy the nirman -and slory hour; when refrcjlimenis irlhcr MADE IN. CANADA DROUGHT BROKEN MOOSK JAW, Sask., Aug. louc droushl in tills district was brok- en this morning: when "a violent thunderstorm hrokc over ihe ciiy. ac- companfei liy a very heavy downpour whitli lysied for lliree hours. The cipltation et] oil. lie ton'5idered.lhc press wasjiesl fall in (he district Hits napping when told lliat ihere was no I such thirty. as an airman liovcriiiE over unlil were 'After cxp'reising (heir _ siricrrc ajiprociatlon of Mrs. Duns-' the citv-'JasL'nightr? He was not how- worth's genial hospitality, tho guestsHver cqiivlncod ;ihiu Ihc press was- derarloil. 4 I r'fih'. He'VillJiojloiiM-lic cnllglitened The a dull Uiblc (-lass of thc Christ-livlicii his eye. ian fhurch is sleadily growing in Its'f1" numbers of attendants nnj Ke'v. Curl I? lo assyre sll thrrc i? a hearlv 11 .tliose irhp care '.to .Join .Us 1'ood l.la inches, the" hcav- easoo. T.hcrc will he r. Ihn. ladies nicl. ol V.'cslcy church to- aflernouh in Xhc pur'- lor.5, Xll inemliOT'a urc allL'tid A5KED-. 1O LAY f THE CORNERSTONE 1 V1CTOIUA. AIIF. Prince of he invited 10 lay ihD cor- ner stone "in connection u-iih the inounlihff ti the statLie of Vic- lo'ria in "Square.. The llarrfsoii' Imcr Historian V slatiic'toMhis city. Tl riggular Braver is .-9f J .facd.hi the lomVr, ,cdB llegina CJollcgiate Institute. .bonrtl meeting. followed regular, Wa "'I "orth, Itll 'yfesleraiy for Vancouver, peeled, (o this uty about-the shc lvjll 'ihc next were Indeed Jmjtpy in tfnd a wclcominB lo Gunner Ogilvie.-j prho. Lclhbridge, on lias rculrncd home after a pleasant racalion speril cgaslal jiolnts.. 'LienL Don McKUlop has rclurucvl id Ihe cily trom Toronto. nnii. Mrj. G. N'. McLean, arrorn- by'Missi ilasic i-'lpeiwourt, Iclt on' Sunclay iiy motor (or Kdmonton, There, they roiUemplalr rcniaininrj during 'tho 'Mr. Waller fo Unmy- LalieJs Tifitine in the oily. blent, and Harold llielnhotrinin of Kdmonlon, arrived in (he cily on SljnOay having motored scene, of Watch.'and Miss Flora Cfitt, i of .the. Hon.. J. SI. s, XfiwioundHiiid. Capt. Cflniit- hell is a grand-nephow anil Siig Henry Canipbell-nanncrman, IcfL his not inconsiderahlc wealth lo him. tlioush he did not romo Into his gre.il- uncle's property (Trhirli Uel' cjisllc; sold fa iuilf] liis-Ln'cnty-rifiliMifrLhifay. -r-; WEDDfNOS- ING K The linmc ot Mr. and-Mrs. J. A. Strulherfi, Maclcod, A1U-. was tho wed. the ciipilal. arrival when llcLtioMan.de tellings for (he first lime alnce IP12, Ihc form- Krncst .Wijiiam oi etly ScaUcrcn ncctlonH or-'llic fatinly I bridge, -were unHtyUn thc holy bonds The" ncfl. Cross., Soc-iaCy, have lor sale. Anyon'c dx1-, sirliiK faijuD may call at ihc Red Cr'ps.si rooms tioon .be- tween ihc 'hours of- 3 'and o'clock. That' Wheat iH Be Fiftcon Mil lion.H.ushels carved -in but.', shipnicnt breaking QuUp Uand. be Core, ihc. Thc he ivai; war, by Uie NO TO ITALY rejioh iLp. iiicr-alHcil .tiiTivctl at [lecisiou hostile Lo luly denied loday bv the .Pojiolo rin- .In thp rfluiue quesiions, tlin HOW TO STOP BEING NERVOUS NoUiino Like Plain BiUo-Phosphate to Slrcnglhen'Wcak Nerves and Increase Strength and Vigor. According to'a rioted French Scien- tist, IhojUiosL .effective remedy for nervousness, insomnia anrt allmcnls due to depleted nerve force, is a form of. organic phosphate known, amonu druggists in' this country as Dttro- 11'hospliaic. It" is dcscribctl as a substance which is similar in toinjjosiuon Lo the pliorus naturally found In brain'and nerve cells being easily ami quickly assimilated, ihe work ot cre- ating nerve force, strength and vigor; begins 1 mined la Lclx taken Inlo ibo human ..4 j There are.many rcporls bf nsfonisli- Ing results from its use. some show- ing remarkable-, improvement oven la stubborn cases standing nerve weakness. As are many kinds of phosnhnles, carp should be cxcr'cis- work and ils. con-1 cd 10 procure the 'e'cnufuc1 Ditrb-Phps- will pre'scnicd 'lp..'llic! phale. 11 lltglnbolham alHcd a I Co., in lielhbvirtfic tind all good" dfug- According' to n icttfer" received hy r. Y'- Jarircaon oT t Hogg anil iJatcrt J, from Mh.GcD. illantsay., prcKidcht of, :thc Corporation "of .at 'tofl'tlitions arc not" uoarly'sp liad there'; out. There 'vyill "iwter 'saya, ftttlcvfi wliral-iis million'; bushels last There Is cat'j 'and ready -for ihe Jhr'cshVf (arid anil soine" Hie Sla'c otli- alrcaily iJoglnn'nj? 'at. nv f There never was such delicious corn flakes. "tlib r io sbiiie p 'qle-' .._ ______ valors) winter of four ,thGfe jnilllgn niirt a lialf'.acteV.ot sprlns "wheat 'will .produce or1 cirtljt bushels per ficrct fir.sl .cul-J ling oi ,was llic "finest. ever "tiro" Su'lc.' Wheat FclLiiiK. to llic inills at per liuslirl i.ivcslock' gots j lo pay. have bocii nltnosl AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, WED., AUG. 6th QN.THE PREMISES, 1609 7TH AVE, SOUTH AT 2.30 FRANK W ADDINGTQN AUCTION, AS AN ASSEMBLAGE OF 'vv HOUSEHOLD yvhllc ciiamel beita'cnmplelc wilh springs and maltrcsscs; PHONES Waddlnflton's Sales Are Attending Because He Sells Without RejerVe.' i- Lethbridger Aug. 8 to 14 SEASON TICKETS are on sale drug slnrcs and by ihe commit- tee nnlil noon of the opening .day. After thai time they advance 50 cents in price. They- Arc transferable only within Die owner's. Immediate family. CHILDREN'S tit 51.00 admit children and admits tliem Lo regular Cbautauqua programs' as well as -the Junior Chautautiua. SINGLE ADMISSIONS to Ihfi vKrlous sessions amount to about Ibroa times the cost of a season ticket. Even though you attend but. a Tew numbers, if. In economy lo buy n season ticket. Children's siuglo adnilsEions apiiroximaWly hatt jiricc. SEASON TICKETS Students 1.50 Children 1.00 DAILY SCHEDULE r Aflernoon Evening Bruno, nosclli, Chevalier, of the .Order of (he Crown of Ifnljr. saMicr, atillior and lecturer, comus-to Chautaii- iiua on tlie-iiflh night ivith'onc of the rnoEL brilliant lectures of- the Veek. For two ycura IJcuK' ;'ivas in tbc heaviest flBbtlviE .Italian front, the" "I ranches feel aliovc.sea-leveJion IJic DoJomite Vcnics, three feot below the level -ortho. Adridlic. A year iVcatern Mn- acriuainL us with the desperate coijdUidn m: 'ilftV-'at: itfat Lime. He- ;ha.s spoken to over A million Am; crlcans In the fast yesr. .Slnca- November ho-bus been.-pvcsent- JiiE.lhe' iion. His, CJi ......._._: _ liay af pn'r ton'and, that H can lie rise tl any comniofi'j MUc slraw. InFtance.- There'will he, 1ljc letter'concludes, i ,...atiy cases of. j owing lo the ilVoiiih and income sop.- (Inns of .thc: St.i'e npprarau'cos' arc bad bill taken" nrfi no I fn'Ttao" sfiajie i the Dominion KOOH-HP (lossibJCj i put under lalJve of th'c .UD.irti, f-o. shojrljy lo b.c nariieJi lR.oflir.rn ihc of -lliR minister 'ol 'labor" by rlhc nf HviuK .coimiiissloner. :Tlsc Vrcpoft ?latea -iual the 'c'aftnln'l a practically a nalurnl -fjionppijly' ftnfl Ihal Us pritrs should ha :aa" i OF NATIONAL. G_____ gratitude was {itiroujlioul, .'tljc jihccfi of Alsace sort Lprrglijej In'Jh'O1 'ijrtscifce. ot', grcnt. crowds, messages' -lYcaldtdt iV'cnvc.r plemencc.TH and Tead, Thft, pf.n jotjs .'character, 'In. inr ihL'hooi, cnlldrftn vlslled i to wreaths pji Ihc aoldlrra y WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER 'in (.Fthbrldgc anr) NVilli 23 Years Auctioneering Experience} is JNoiv Booking Oirders for Aug. and September If you 'anticipating an Auction. Sale, get your dales reserved cavly. i Sales held at. the Auction Rooms' v., .Sales: held pn owner's premises if. desired on a ibasis.pf; L' i "f .-x Commission. Guarantee or Cash :jl- --L-- v i, VALUATIONS MADE FfiE ?p T; AUCTION EERfa 6'EF'iCE, PHONE RESIDENCE, 469 SELLS .WITHOUT flESERVE" Does a Woman how tp be honorable? t woman's club proposed thirty-five women for membership in order to blackball them. Do you-kn6w that "A Roman's Good House- keeping is jKSrt .a true avlicle. :a challenge. Housekeeping is offering for the-best-Ictt'eX answering the chai'ge, ft-'i-'. _.__ .it August :-6ut Nowvv? ;