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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 5P20 THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FXEVEN MILADI PHONE 122i Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresford 4 C- 0 ipeditlon. spent at tho Barnes' riyer bottom. So enjoyable did the outing PERSONAL Mre. L. M. Johnstons and her guest, MrB. A. Suthgrland of Winnipeg. left on a motor trip to Glacier Park. Mrs. h. E. Sherlock aud Miss Mar- jory Sherlock, who hsvo at their cottage on the Arrow Lnkes aud visit- ing in Nelson, are now summering at Mr. and MM. HiisEel McLean (nee Norma of Calgary, spent tho week-end In tho city. a Mr. and Mrs. B, Metcalfe and two little, .children, accompanied; by Miss Obergatird, .returned yesterday from a tjvo weeks' holiday at Walerton Lakes. v Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. left early this morning on an extended trip to the Old Country. They will sail on the Prctoriau oil the 13th. Tim Guides have returned from .a most enjoyable camping WHEN US.ING 1 WILSON'S FLY PADS m READ D1RCCJIONS CAREFULLY 'AND o FOLIDW .Rest of FTy Kiflers IDc iwr Packet al all Druggists, t Grocers and Genera] Stores prove the the glrU look forward with keen anticipation to next year's evcnL They were loud In their praise to Mrs. Gray vho was In charge of the camp p.nd Mrs, Cook who assisted. Mr. and- Mrs. F.- Vf, Fleet returned on Saturdsy after enjoying a vacation at Vancouver. Mix Grace Payne and Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Sheldon, of La Porte, Indiana, who have been visiting the Boeton- Alherta oil camp south (A- Cardftton, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard have returned home: -Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stokes and sou, Jack, left this afternoon tor a ten day holiday to Banff. Mrs. Williamson and little grandson, in Iron Springs, the guests of Mrs. J. W. Rutficrford. Jliss Jessie McTavish. of Terre llf.ute, Indiana, is visiting 'with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McTavish, en route to Portland and other coastal cities. Miss McTavieh will visit her cousin, Mrs. llaroId.HuBsell In Plnch- Creelt before proceeding lo the coast. V Mr. and Jlrs. H. >V. Cartwright, ar- rived from (Jreat I'alls on Saturday to be the guests at the homo of her mother, Mrs. .M. Schweitzer. The many friends of Miss Dorothy !Gunion Rutherford, daughter of Dr. J. G. Rutherford, C.M.C., of Otlawa, 'formerly of Calgary, will be Inturest- ed lo leani on the pfH, insist at QjintR ravilla, St 'James PrdMitce, to.'.Mr.? Olive ..Rogers, ;ot Cape Province, J Mr jnd Mrs T S "ictterUv ami sou. ot of -Mrs: Fetterley's mother, Vrs Robl Jarret Thirteenth aie nue erst Calgary on horns relatives You are rot I.XJ crin In E'- ot Eoierna Bl-m Jniu ft r-' ere! atoics and oa he free If yoil mention thn torposLnge or EUKaiu.ou Sales fi, Cu The Autumn Exaraina- "I. tion for the t Registration of Nurses v In the Province of Alberta is to bo held in beginning on the 13th Nurses desiring (o mate a'p- plication, for this examination should (lo so as soon as possible Eo the Registrar of the Univers- ity of Alberta, Edmonlon. Ho Retnni Of The Troops Since Taking "Fniit-a-tiyes" 103 CSVKB ST., "1 was a great snfi'erer from Iconsulted medicine; used lolioasjbafenptbjBg did uegood. Thea I began to use and in 15 days tiio-paitt easier and tho Ithc'umatism much better. oi-ercamt my RhcsxsHsm; snd nos, for flva years, I have bad no return of the trouble. I cordially recommend thij fruit niedicuxe all sufTerers." p- .H- "o HUGH. 50o a box, 6 for tria) siie25o, At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruita-tlres Limited, Ottawa. TAILORED FROCK OF NAVY SERGE By Gertrude Beresford The serge frock is always 4nvitins to the womau in quest of early fall clothes. This model is exceedingly smart and shows the modish trim- ming of glyccrlned rihhon. This is tg outline tho V-shaped opening :'.s well as the distended sides of the front pfnel. Small pockets, on tiu! t fronts.of the skirt, are distinguished j by little pieces of the ribbon. The I upper parts of the cuffs are similarly i adorned. A fillet of lace makes a very i attractive finish for this dress. The iiigh-standing collar is made of laca J wlmh Is also used to enrich the tuffs.! BULLETINS LONDON, Aug. Australian cables announce almost record 'area under wheat-. A highly sat- isfactory yield ,1s expected. Auto Truck Struck By Train; One KiUed tACOMBE. Alia.. Aug. bound 0. I'. R. passenger trata arriv- ing here at 10 a.m. struck an auto truck at tbo highway crossing just above the depot this morning and kill- ed Edward Laugrock, returned veter- an, who was riding on the truck with Howard WckBon. the driver. Dickson suffered a broken right leg and se- vere bruises but escaped with his life. The heavy locomotive completely demolished th? Langrock's body was dragged several hundred feet. He died half ail hour after the accident. Lahgrock was single. Ijickson is married and has several children. ANNOUNCEMENT OTTAWA, Aug M L o( Clares holm was In the city on Thursday on her to the Peace Hirer district where she Is noldmg a genes of meet Ings m connection with {he ooralng referendum undei thcjauspices of the 0 T 0 Mrs McKlnnpy reports or- ganization work In the southern part of the province welluhder waY.'and a strong sentiment Is beginning to ap- pear among the women voters for the passing of the Journal. 9 Princess Bibesco, whose husband has Just been appointed Rumanian Minister to the United States! is a daughter of former British Prime Min- ister Asqnlth. .Mrs. Ulakc Holmes, 11113 Will A'vc.. I KdmontoB, Alia., uunoiuices- the eu- j SSBCinent of her sister. Miss Violet Margaret Rarry to-Mr. R G. llolyup.k, I larrisler. both being foniierly of Leih-! iridge. The wedding to take plate the alter part 61 September. Mr. r.nd Mrs. IL" Hudson announce .he marrlape of their clues', daughter "erlrudc Vcliha East to Mr. .William Williams, at 7 p.m.. at their residence in Tjiljiiv -Mr. and. Mrs.-Hudson will reside In Blcan, Alberta. 1 The School for Ilural Leadership at Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, is more largely attended llieh '.ever before. J v- OWEET Me-moir-ies, jj thought the lady of the house, in a pleasantly whimsical mood, as a birth- clay reminder of Moir's Cho- colates came from Aw office just aftpr the lunch hour. The times that Moir's had come in "courting days" were sweet memories to her in more than one way, fresh, rlpticiotis and rirb, the heavy coalings made Moir's Chocolates the favorites for all limcV MOIR'S, LIMITED and Smith, Ltd., Calgary ALBERTA WtiDDINGS" v A quiet wedding took place at the Methodist Parsonage, Red Dear, on 2, Miss Mabel i. Evelyn Adair, 'of Lacombe, united in marriage to Mr. E. Welrton Russell, of Lucky Strike, Alberta. The con- tracting parties were assisted by Mrs: nullis and.Miss Edith Cr.tmor. WEAVER A fjuiet .wedding; look' place at the Methodist Parsonage, Red Deer, on Wednesday at 10 o'clock Inez Jahe'i daughter ot Mr. end-Mrs. F. Itoy Weaver, was united fn'matflagOo Mr: .Walter II. Clark, it Alberta. C: U. Arm- elrong offleiatliig, Mr.' and Mrs. Clark left: the same morning 'for Calgary where they 'will visit for a few days priori'; soltlg to their farnvat Vulcan. V 't ff t -CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES All msmbers of the-MililAry Chapt- er, I.O.D.D., are Invited to a picnic to be given by tho G.W.V.A. on August 18lh, at the: Ex perl mental farm. It will bo greatly appreciated if ag many lad- ies as possible will please provide a cake. Those willing to do so, plcaso phone 1218 within the nost few days, There will lie a Travellers' Aid com- mittee meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 3.00 at the homo of Mrs. John Craig, 713 4th Avc. South. All members arp requested to bo present. Owing to the absence ot a number' of tho members, there will be no meeting ot tho Girl Guide coinmllteo tomorrow evening. Tho Girl committee wish to thank all thosa who helped to mako the girls' camp the success it was, particularly Hie Mounted policemen for the loan of tents and for their great kindness in putting them tip and conveying all luggage. Mr. Uupen and family for {he use of their beautiful camping grounds ftnd their many acts of courtesy. Tho Rotarlans and others who wore so generous with their cars and All those who contributed fruit, ico cream .and other luxuries so great- ly enjoyed by the girls. VICTORIA, afjpThc steam- er Empress p( wltti :-165 saloon, 60 second1 cabin'and 560 Chinese steerage passengers dock- ed hcre'at'noon today, from Orien- TORONTO, Aug; Is offic- ially aiinouncedi Ittre today that S'Sir Thomas Liptotliwill arrive in the city on August 27th to take part in the opening of the Canad- ijin' national MEW YOF1K, '''Aug. nouncement was irpade today that worth of "gold consign- ed to Kuhn, Loco and Company arrived yesterday.. 7 WINNIPEG, and farm buildings norih of Balmoral about 35 miles from Ihls city, are endangered by.a bush fire which .today assumed alarming propor- tions. Cutting has been stopped. Stacker) hay, estimated at BOO tons, has already been destroyed. Archbishop Manmx Won't Say aWod I'E.NZANCE, April Mann IK landed from the destroyer In a motor launch and proceeded to th railway station, bib baggag1 was examined by a customs offlcer. Iu declining to be interviewed, the arch binlion simply said: "I have nothing to say now." Krom the railway station, the arch bishop went to the house of Cauo Wade, the Roman Catholic priest I Pcnzance, remaining there some lime It is. hero that Arch bishop is a! liberty lo'trave where he pleases. There aVo two'do tectives in town who presumably ar kODpIng him under bt interfering In any wa Ti'lth-his movements. It was'rcporte this afternoon that ho would go dire' by train tq London. Penzance lies virtually til the ex Ireme southwesterly tip of rcnglam only nino miles northeast of hand End. on the Cornish coast. It Is fashionable watering place, .owing t Its singularly mild Ihough moist din ale, but Is extremely remote from other populous centres. DB. MeOERMIp, DROWNED WINNIPEG, August H. J. McDcrmld, superintendent of the pro- vincial deaf and dumb Institute In Winnipeg, was drowned while In swimming at Mlnakl on Friday night. Dr. McDermid, who succeeded his father In charge of tho deal and dumb Institute about 10 years ago, went to hlo summer cottage at Mlnski Friday evening, nnd went swimming at mid- night. IMmonlon street railway showed deficit of f to Juo. Delecllves at Portland, 'Ore., celved a telegram that "booze1' wa duo in Portland on the lalo train They turned out .to meet the tral and found that a man named Joh Booze was ono of the passengers. TORONTO, Aug. ora- ors who wer-'i forbidden the street orners during (he. war, returned to heir old haunts at Yonge and Shuter iid Yonge and Albert streets, Satur- ay and Sunday' evenings, but wero romntly suppressed by the police They were Socialists ol an extreme said Police Sergeant Lydlatl, who orderal'their dispersal, "and were iscussing tho Winnipeg strike." Mrs. Joseph Knight, Max Armstrong nd George Wilfihaw. were among hose who were compelled to fold ui heir soap boxes and steal silently .way from Albert street last night ieorgo E. .Waver, representing the )nc J3Ig Union, declared that they vuuld.ask the poiico comniissiohers o guarantee them their rights under he Dritish constitution. BELIEVE PEAK IN PRICES AT END IN ENGLAND OTTAWA, Aug. the Brit sh public is Inss inclined to many usuries which they purchased freelj for a considerable .period after tlio The Store of Quality Groceries Lennox Soap, 15 bars for Golden West Washing Powder, per pkt. 35c Gold Dust Washing Powder, per pkt............ 35c Bon Ami, cake or 13c White Naptha, 10 bars for 95C Pels Naptha, 10 bars for Sunlight Soap, 4 bars for 42c Soap Chips, per ib. 25c Miiady Unscented Soap, 3 for armistice, aud that as regards neces- saries there'ls an Inclination to limit demands to actual requirements IB a new phase ot the British trade silua- Lfon noted in a report .that the eminent has received from Harrison Watson, Canadian trade commissioner in London. Tho report which covers the first six months period of tho cal- endar year, states that although tho prices ot food and many other articles continued to rise, trade was inclined to halt and a general impression prer vails that the peak on moat commodi- ties has been reached. i Wheat "Importations tor thei'.' months from Canada amounted- tp' .cwts., ______. pounds sterling. For the correBpona. Ing period In 1919 wheat Imports" f'ronl Canada., approximately 'doubled thfj amount v At Pueblo, Mr. Sicnlinnky, pastor of the Russian' Greek wag arrested, charged with. Jemb'ej> zling oE the church's Piquant and yet delicate This is the flavor of Earlfe? Famous grown Irf Ceylon's hill gardens. so blended that the flavor is mild and delicate. The and tempting; the and spark- ling. K WM-. BRAID iCO.fl Vancouver, Canada TEA Post Toasties keep Ma sweet Pa says. Less Cooking .Less Worry, Ideals of purity and value We are soapmakers with an ideal is to make a Soap which shall have no equal for Purity and Efficiency throughout the superior in all the world. We realize-pur idea! in every tablet of Sunlight Soap which is manufactured. SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from the sweetest and choicest of edible dils and fats. It is the purest and most efficient of soaps arid, -if! the most economical. .v., Insist on getting the Soap you ask ;