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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIDAY, -UTiL'ST 9, IBl'J Tim K DAILY UKIUUJ PACK FIFTEKN MILADI PERSONAL Mr. A. n. Coca and Miss Doris Cocq Jell this arternoorf (or Victoria. T Mr. Mrs. J. Darldion havo been vliltlnr, ID Edmonton lelt Cal- Eary yesuriisy (or Vancouter. B- C. Mr. J.eirls Caitadden jpwdlnj; i tew ln' Mr. A.' "ol B. C. Fruit Marte'l, h'i> beeu spending the pa'sl d'uri.ln'Creiton, B. C. Mr. 1D4 Mrs. R. 'P. Anderion. Hull eatertalQln( as their guest, Muler Klmoi SUllwell of High River. Galbrallh. who has been Lbe Euesl ol illss Marguerite Cobble dick. Etnonlon, at present visiting with Irlenda In Red Deer. -'.''V Dr. Mormna F. Black and Family of Jlogina upect I'D reach tbli city abuu the middle o! Ibe jirese.nl month. Dr Black has been appointed euperinlen dent ol the city schools. Mr. [Qaill. who hm been In Kdmohlon. the guest o Mr. au'd Mrs. .Wiliard, JIBS relumed lo Ibc city.. Hr..K. H. lloyl frill Is afternoon to spend the week-fiiil witli Ilia fain llr nUWat'erton Lales. Mlis'' Mary Bobbie ot Pincbe Creek eccompnnloJ DV Misses Haze Auilin and Cora'Bissotl or Cardston lelt this week on an extended trip I tlie cosalal cities. 'nil JllghlaijderE anil foil or Drum-Idhv IVITQ lakfn In titiud by thi-ir uiolh-1 -MEDICINE HAT. raid Young arlisl Glasgow. era or FiioiiFore. With finslifil rlieeks. CulsMcrablo mystery ruirouiids the restrained Mc-IU'lni'iii. they I disappearance (roal lh" insi.lc or Ihn MI'S .Marguerite of Iho llghlande. Kdiuoniou. left Monday lor Sylvan Lake, where sbo. contemplates pending' a month with Calgary rlends. t- v lr. Uert Lamb was (D Luudbrcck csterday Tnlshlng up liis business on ciurning lo liis fniurc lioiue near Cal- ary. I Mr. Hoy CurrEo. a farmer of Winnl wLo -.vas Djakfaff a visit ai ibe ime of Mr. A. DeMarce. was call- I back as there was a sale Tor his irisea and machinery. Mr. Chas. Pale.nl is verySipsy haul- ng steam cbal for the C. P. R. pump louse, this week. Mr. Chas. Uorihwtck and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. and Miss Cecellla JeMartc motored to North Kork'on a fishing trip last Sunday. Ttey rcyort hiiiE very good. LundbrccX is thinking about liav- K another dance in the Lundbrcck Trading Co. warehouse. fTb.e last one was a great success. Everyone en- joyed themselves greatly. Mr. George Pemi, the C. P. R. agent j motored; to Rainy Creefe last Sunday' and got soaked wilh a heavy rain storm which laaled.abouf hours. Miss Cccoilla DeMarce, a sister of P. A. Ue.Marce, [he C.P.R- jtump man. will lie leaving neit for WIiinl- fred. broke SL John antj Mrs. St. Jqhn, of Vnncouvfer. to Major Duncan Drum- mond Vonng, D. S, O., rormerly Qi tho. The eimer Apartment Uprijlit niusknl world ns n su- perb achievement. tout lor In Ibe JJL. curtsies lo a slim, bcflrrJcrJ, frock-coatecf nnd gays: jherc. 'appeared be mililary TepVes'siUaLivcs-preSent, in gorgeous 'Jill, of _ all; ih'c 1 Lweniy-lnrce Bilfoper-liul ithpre we're' o threat" bearded na1 In'fl la a Ing Jh rbivs his silk you here." Girl in ,white I6oks bas.Mnlly jng.a word down. "bearded mnn -passeB >n with a -fVou'll, come This sceno was repealed nigh-on a thousand Garden L'aiiy in the grounds of llucklnghatn Palace.-The debuUnte and the King- The debijlBnla Queen. The King'raised hia ,hal on: ,111. average, once a minillc, tlie Queen'sn.lled and shook cverypersou by lUe hand. And hoiv their itiuit. have been relieved ivhcn at' all the MI_ two thousand vv-erc were j glven.a cup ol tea! I says., "as these twp.rcj U. 5. STEEL UNFILLED ORDERS NKW YORK. Aug. ord- ers of the .r.iited Stales Sice] Cor- poration were 2.576.6GI Ions, accord- IDE to the monthly statement. This Is an increase of tons compared' with the orders or June 30. SWITZERLAND' A_N.P THE _. UE 9f NATIONS BKHNE. 'iVisa Ifedera) council at its recently to Ihe Bubject .-of Swi tier land's side bv'-'side and ucvof once.cicliang- adhesion to the league of mlmously In ihe esis'fttivs council." an 'additioiial ar- ticle lo the federal constlLuLion through which Switzerland would as- sunje membersliip in the league. Tiic Garden Idea of I -id y Mnthollnnd, was given n! view lo enabling an re-, serve of five years 'o( tlem.lnnles (some'nowi wives, olhcra to be prestnled Jiist as Jiail tfioy appear-, cd'normally at n.Court. U In clfacl, the young girls' y. And added t'o. cachet of prcscntacioti though, oUiEr.'-.Jhfngs dear lo maidenly and cream ami jazz music.frpro two alter- nating hands thal'.kopL scores of rtcbutanles all pcut iip with just one awaj- in. rhythm to il. No .as ,of old, lo stop them, no terrible trams lo fall the ViUory Into the palace, pasribc gazeloC.the ever- curious aiid girls with no I hire lo do, as they had.come straight from Ascol." Inside the grounds-the girls of Ihe HINTS'AT RESTORATION OF MONARCHY IIOMK, Ihe BUunllon in MIuoEary, thpX Pnfiolo llo- mnno suggests that possibility-, that the "heail of the new restore (ho .H-ipsbiirg" ngaln join -Vienna and Tho anneiad'on of Croatia .and cgions ape eyen unrc hitler against Ibq Serbians. It an. The Hspsburc, cruplrc iiAViiig pn.y lost tJailcia -r uinia" then woiihl "cons'ilcr Fiume it3 .nntural OjillnL. That Is why Piumc waa reri.sed us. We must keep an C3'c on the last dis: ordcrs there hnvinfi assumed Ilia dharacler ot a political plot organized j'y pro-Awslrian clenicnls." CONGRESS WILLING TO HELP WILSON ON COST OF LIVING pHARGED WITH STEALING PENSION'S FUNDS) WINXIPEC, Aug. np" niui- mcr, chairman of the Dominion pou- sions hoard 'n Winnineg, was charger! in the police, court today with a'.eal- ing from (he funds oMne pen- sions board. He entered no plea and s reniaiidod until Monday to counsel. FIFfST CAR OF NEW- WHEAT, WINNIPEG, AngJ The Lake of the" Wcbils received word that the first car uf uevr'wheat was bcinp shipped In Iheir mill at Keewalln from Ro.senleld, JlHn. The wheat grailcd No. 1 northern. Con3iderabl0 threshing is being clone in Ihe Koscnfelil rtistricl'ftnd the yielr> COMMArJDER.IN-CHJEF THROWN. FROM HORSE AUR. Si[ Frederick Charles Shaw, commander- rn-cliie? oT .the British Jorces in Ire- land, was thrown from-his horse dur- ing the peace celebration-held here today. The base of the general's skull was injured bj- fall. Later it was roportc-tl his- injuries: were not se'r- ol wlical Is 20 bushels (o and will "grade high, tbe com- agent reports. WASHINGTON, Aug. Rc- putlfcan Leader fylondcK declared v) in the house today thai was "ready to act promptly on-, such legislation as was needed to' carry out the, suggestions made by President Wilson., yesterday, 'lor-. reducing the high cost ot IVENS DISMISSED; .WILL TAKE LEGAL ACTION Aug. William IvehE was 'Jrorn the editorship 'of the West- 'ernlLabor News heads 'of the reorganized Wlnnl- and. Labor .Council. he BOY KILLED; WAS RUN DOWN BY AUTOMOBILE WI.VX1PEC, Aug. Sliver, aged six, killed lonny ivhcn rim dQwn'uy.. nn Three' other persons were injured 'and 17 molorlata sumnipncjl ,ror brcacli of. Ihe'Motor ,iact and traffic laws during the last 21 honrs In "Winnijicg. WIRELESS BETWEEN' CANADA AND BERMUDA OTf The department 61 Hie naval service announces the Inauguration ol a commercial '-service betirce'n 'Canada and Bermuda. H has been established be- Tv the Canflcllan radio .telegraph station' at llarringLon N'.S., aud the British EOTCrnmrnl elation at BenniKla, nnd will he open for public s. BRITISH TRADE RETURNS refuse the authority Of council <.-and'._. 'woufd 'tafce'.leflal reeairti.' his CONSTERNATION IN SKIPPING AT MONTREAL BRITISH SOLDIERS FOR WEST AUSTRALIA MBLBOUItNR Aug. Premier Cole Hatch, of western Australia, slates that (ho agent-general oC his government in London Is. arranging with the imperial authorities for the settlement ot 12.000 Drilish soldiers and their denendenls in "ViCottrr; Aus- tralia. The government will guarantee em- ployment unlil the. men arc absorbed in industry. LOiVDON, of Tracie returns lor July frnpnrts valued at.. anj increases were ni.nlniy food, the ahlpmeiils lier hud colton The largest In were in and niafitifdcliircil Things You Should Have at Your Finger Tips Our regular Fall Term opens on TiiMdny, Sept, 2nd. Plan now (o slarl your courso 6n thf.i foul K Impassible to do so II Is per- lo sla'rli4ftj' Monday Vlrilt coriLlnlng (nil GARBUTt BUSINESS COLLEGE STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE OFf'lOE PMdNE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 Ion among lo'car'sliliniciV cnuacrf by. llio. acllon 'Qt'lhc DriUfll rcliislnB renew, ihe' licenses of somo cAnnclfn'n oirncd anil in the In llinni ror their, A largo ruiantlly of tjnundiaii Bool's points up on Tlus Ilin ol ilip Iniailclltloii, sov- crnl iKousRud li'ea'il or cat- tle wetc due la Icav6 thd' ppH EXTEND MORATORIUM BILL. IN.'AUSTBALIA nnil _ fiDRplblc to mliko a licHnite-HrrAngc- incut n9 il Is nol known when thcsn will be Com- monwealth house of. representatives' d'biiJmlnicniAo Ili6 irioraloriuni bill rdrilior Inc. by sis T.p SEE SNAPPY GINGER SNAP From till 9 p.me Black Muslin Wabls, all sizes at............98c Silk all sizes................... S3.75 Hosiery, all while and all black lisle hosiery, all sizes from up lo 10, pair...........45c Excellent line of D. A. Co'rsels on sale to- night, Ladies' Silk Boot Hose, sizes 9 and for.. 55t Regular 25c Towelling, tonight for, yard.....18c Island _, never seen pd provincial going'lolry irtofins out on'diem, Cliarlle' Chaplin. Tlie'scttleiiitrr.t 'j-hcroj.lho in iia 1 In (he Hudson's Ifay -thiwt'tbrJiio" bnnil_____ ere wlto lirnre life ferocious Ing mosQiiltoj Ihey brce'd-up In.th coll.ilrj, KORfl-KOHIfl For sunburn for sfcm nbrnsioTis rash the spot with KORA-KGNIA. to lilenm VuL enntatM nod RYLANDS CO. THE CHAUTAlp TONIGHT [.Company That Help arid Hinder the Progress of a C. Zehnerl SUNDAY AT THE CHAUTAUQUA TENT 13 P.M. i Glemi Ftank will lecture Subject The New Oidei theNewDis oider' Reserved Scats._fqr All Holders of Season "Ticteis. No Single Admissions. Offer nef r Grezt OLlalion P.M MR. GLENN F.RANK uociate Editor erf Century Night ot'CKautauqua. Union Meeting of all Churches, Glenn Frank, Speak: ev'of the" Evening. Good Music. ,j Olfnring [or Gfcal War Vet erans'Association. Heive Decided to 20 Per AgroaL maoy peoplft have [ilioned and written ils thai Ihcy could nol possibly ,vi9iL.' 'our olticea last month, .nnil sn lako advantage of the L special discount we. Uicn offered. So I ,lq fftlr to all we' liavc iTcildetl lo con- tiruic the special 20% discount this month ot ccnl. our .reBUlaf'-'ycrj-rmodcrnie 'ohartea M'lll cltecl you n'big saving. .Call, phone write at oncp, lor an app'olTilmcnl. Oiil-of-16wn '.'patient easily 'save tho price 6f their, railroad, taro liy. means o[ this apecial'dlscpunt. if you cut- cut this advcrlltemeni ahd-brlnB H 16 our office, you will be entitled lo the discount. Dr. formerly in "charge of our_ Le'thbridge' office, h6H now'no connection our Dentistry As We Practue li h a Gentle Urs. Kronerv McUi CALGARY OFFIOE-riSA EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. ;