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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIL'HSOAY. ALT.l'ST I I..UMO TUB LI'. I 1MU.V lll'.ltAl.D, PHONE 1224 In- served. t ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. ami Kd. Mi-Konslo an- PERSONAL t A .U s, c. -i f Mrr. Power, wno lias tn-u Ihc fUtsl or hi-r Mr. ami -Mia. M. t'resluaii, Juriug llie njuullis, Is leaving 'uu ijBluril.iy for' he.- home in CslKoruia. MacKciiilc "or iiDuiu-e Hit1 apinruji-lilaj! marriage of j llifir only ihngliwr Alberta Mae lu j J. K. Thompson, formerly o[ v v nni lrie ceremony lo lako placi: in noon ol August twenty- jii'milli, .-it the -.Mi-Xi-Dzie rooniry j I hrimc. fr r> CHURCHES A.NC SOCIETIES fr C v C1 O S V 0 Oir account. cldslnu sej.'imi or Cliavitaucius i.rogriiui. iho week- iirayer. inctliiiK will liol he belli in i-liunll thli evcnios. Montreal loincti bis fctmlly lieve. who have..... the guards of'Mr. H't'I V.acKo.iile. nuJ in proceeding will. I'jclll '-o i Women iloi'lurs from all parts ot Mrs. E. Aluiwonh with her uvo; mccl in New YoiX rily fons leaies inmorrow lo spend Hie oll u to lonveuo mil lale summer al iheir Walcrton COU.ige, and will cnlerluln Miss Mf ____.................... N'alib and Miss Klrli over Ihe week 11 llclllili- nl N'oiv York, iwo elul. world famous -.vijini'ii. aro ai I live workers in Ihe movcmonl. Mrs. VV. MiUvPKor anil Mrs. Miller 1 have icMurueil lo the city from NV.son. j 11. U- REPORT FOR CALT HOSPITAL FOR THE Numbers of Merit es Interesting ;md InslructivG LJI yrlivo campaign aRUins-t so.ial evil. Dr. Anna L. Mrown and Tljo of ycriorJ program utrfe Tlit- MeiroiwilHan an wore irue ariisis of nu-i'H. iniU iv ore up on voicing I thtlr ol Ikeir by coiiliLiualiy applauJins them. Signals on the Itnail to was un tiaiivo Anil li'tture ilcOivereil in perfet-1 ura- Lory uitil -A iilL'riiiuj; inanucr by Miia li. Jtlchards leave; this MONTH OF JULY, 1919 i (or -YmiL-ouYer, liavlng been rail- ed tilery by Ihe Acrtons of her brother-in-law. Mr. 11. Mvore. i Mrs. U. U. Marlm anil small j Number nf iiaiienta in hospital al FUII have 'rcturnerl Irom Eng- beginning or month kind. Mr. Martin Fcrvcd hi Ihe durlnt liionlh nailery. Numlior n! jialienls ulscharjcd (lurini; the >lr. and Howard Culler leri J Deallis during lilt inontii......... the rily for C'ardsiou. jNnmhcr of pittleiits in hospital al end o' month Mr. ami "Mrs. K. J. II. Kaunc-Ii and I.on-esl numlier ilnrlng monlli daughter Rvelvn llnvc relumed from j Illshest numhcr [lurlnK ruoiilh... Klislalld after three years' ubieiirc. IKnlly aver.TEO ilurins raoalli T.-ben Mr. Kauiuli served wit1.! ;lic Number or hospital (lava for prl- Bright New' Goo and Ltiwe. Bs J-onc, wliu for lias artoJ In iho iapni-ity of physical In- slniotor for t-ollofies, nui only omphu- rsici] lo dc-volop nntl lu-1 QEB our cfiJHctuy, 1ml also tlip UTR- rut need in these Jays for mental and inusi'ukir rclaiialion. Miss Loive in- no illness nvt-r risilrd us vciili- j oul first issuing danger signnls. whirl) cauec us suffering. Miss l.tnvo's sane- j iJiacliual suggestions lor I lie udnpl.'iliou fit (Icinorrstr.'treJ f daily cxerrise-s iniiirpsneri one the fac-i ihat tUcrc no tiucslicin ot 1 greater liiiporiiiuun lo wniclj we lend our energies thun ilus one of ol hitman cffk'ioiK f anil Hie. 'At lilsl Haltory. Al present Ihoy arc ilio quests of Mr. ami Mrs. N. Kuili. nntl will (iikc-up i In thh oily. i their residence nmienis Xumbcr of Xinruer cf for warrl 3SO Mr. J. 11. Wcstlrook Is attins In the or judge of poultry at ilic 5llaa- Glcnclln Hnrdy, wlio lias been EUinrncring at the Koolenny Lakes, i? spending a. few days in Calgary- v o SOCIAL EVENTS v liorpilal days Cur Ifrte) .Toliil numtjer of Jjiys durinj; Hie I month ......................1 i Number of uperntions under gen- oral Number of operations under local or no Numbor of patients trtnicd Xnrnber of and trtai- nicni in outdoor rfepariniDiU iSgd.) B. A. McCl-AHTY, arc anllcipaling pleas-, lire tbc .dance being glvcu by Ihe Lctlibridge 'Aquatic Club in the house.1 HendersDU Lake, Friday even- ing. There will bo no Emission 15 the dance is planned lo pro- vide an enjoyable social evening for members ol Hio Aquatic Club and their frir-iiila. Spioi'Jirl music will be m DISCOVE WING OF AN AIRPLANE 'NEW HAVEN. Conn. Aug. portion of a wing of an airplane wlih tlic end charrud was u-asheil asbore al Cosey Ueflcb, east of. this harbor, today. One theory JielQT as to Ihe appearance of M.'It. James, 'Ihe Hrit-' Ish aviator, that ho fell into LOOK Island Sound after he had passed over this clly. v In Ihc cvcniiiic t'apt. Whillans1 dis- j on "nritiah-AiiKnicuu Fvicjnd- sliip- an Oulgroivlh of Uie was [lie tranJliug of ;i Ijro.Ttl-nilnclcd topk in a manner calculated to fur- nish food for Capt. Wliil- lans spoke length on the splendid couraKc and artrcmipliFhmenls ol our (.'anaclian Iioj's and die prominent (i.irt tbc-y in the great war. Hn said Ihc Canadian Loys ot the lUili j Alliorla battalion were for! makiiiy uu advance eight miles al 5S j AuiJeiis, tin; recorj ailvance ni-irch for any ono day by any bauatioi; siinai- 11 i cd 01. Ihe western front, lie spoke of the splendid asiislaiuc _givst! by 1 l the American troops and said that Die I prevalent idea Hint Aiuerh-ans ueliev- j ctl they were responsible for winning I ih-2 war was unbiiseil. The Americans i arc a people vIUi a kceu iireccplian. f who realiie it took us nil lo win Ihc rar, the unded crforl of every allied .RtiOLi. He spoke of tho glorioua iDrluitily whii-li lies before Hie ling1-' lish, Canadian and American people in assisting in restoring devastated SPECIALS for the Week-End Friday and Saturday Specials That Should Interest You, As They All Mean Generous Savings. DINING SUITE Ciphl piece illuras siiitr ot fumed cak. Is ol medium siie. with mirror back, mirror has two very small WemlsilCE. nas round top e.ilcndiiiE to six fcot. Chairs arc very with genuine leather covered pail scats, Q J r n Regular J120.9D. Friday anil Saturday 3'l.jU, BEDROOM SUITE Tvorv. bedroom auilo. Dresser, talilc, bed. bench anil rocker. Dresser Is a good size with large plate mirror. Dress in table has triplicate mirrors. Bed l.i full size .wllli panel cndB. Fke ptocea fur, Friday anl Saturday BRASS BED Pull size Lrass lied, lacquered satin finiEli. Two inch straight post with fire tillers, heavy, cap ornament. or rjr Friday and Saturday STEEL FRAME -SPRING Heavy .angle steel frame, link fabric of tempered steel wire. A very strong and comfortable sprftig. O Aft Siifclal O.UU COMBINATION MATTRESS Fllllm: or jnnltary curled wood fibre with a. good thickness or cotlon both nldes- Good tiuallly an licking ctivcr. nr Special MATTING RUGS 30 'only Matting stencilled nigs. 36x72 Inches. You CA_ want i few at this price. Special OUC Two only ivoven .mnltiiie- 7-6xlO-G. (Jond for. bed- P nc room use and will give aplendJd n'far Special DINNER SET Very fine quality Chlnn, il7-piccc dinner set, Tlila Is without 1 a doubt Ihe beat buying on the market today. An or Special -at HALF PRICE TABLE CRETONNES, CHINTZS. CURTAIN ETC. GET IN ON THESE EAR'LY. AND GET A GOOD SELECTION.' BAWDEN BROS. Oclghim. H'ul partially to ihcir former iiseruliiDS. He appealed to every Canadian to fully realize Ihe ariviinlagcovis position we hpl'l as_ n nation and out ot our .in- blessings droj> oun petty; anlagonisiiis, iiid willi Slags and hopes cuhviucd, join in hand and heart with our sisters of Ihe south in tlic rjnisacle for ,the cBtablishmciu of' n cleaner and better civilization. Consideration'of Wnr Measures 'Will Be the Chief Business of Parliament s 3rd AVE, S. COMPLETE HOME 3rd AVE. S. Aug. Plans for the: ajiprontfiing session of parlbuicnt will 1 he advanced by Sir Hobcrl, Bordcn during liis absence well ns by his I collcafincs wbo aru remaining in thn capital. Tlic cabinet was in session I tolay witli Sir George Koalcr. acting j premier; Hon. X. W. Ilowcll, presi- dent of tlio privy council, nml several other ministers In attendance. Thcro Is some question as lo how niucli legislation will have lo lie pass- ed by parliament to continue in force onlcrs-in-conncil passed under the War .Measures act, which became in- operative with the formal proclama- tion of peace, ParlJcular attention is being given to this problem at tlic present lime by Hon. C. J. DolicrLy. minister of 'justice, and the legal of- ficers of the tlcpartmenl of justice. By Ihe time parliament jjicets, il Is ijc- llcved that the leRiF.lntion will probably be ready for considera- tion by the house. A feature of the session will lie Iho lacfc of njain csiimatea ant] Uic rjuenl elimination of iliscusslon on irotlons to go inlo committee of sup- ply. Cattoiatca will be confined lo a few atipplomenlarica lo meet cipcndllnrcs not foreseen up to the ilmc .adjourned." There, will bo no bndfifct. I In view of the Tact that It has hccn I dcHrllcly ascertained that it will be practically impossible to hold by- clecliona before the probable date ol" the termlnalion of Ihe approaching session of parliament, it Is regarded l an altogether likely that Ihe issue oE livrHs will be clcfcrrc.I At. least wntH. a day anliscniicnt to (lie return of the prime minister to Ottawa, A3 nn cf. fort Li Icing made Co confine, the res- sioiinl program to legislation which can! ii'lili in A period or from four lo fix weeks, II Is not improhahiR thnt by-elcctlona will be dcTerrctl un- til nfler llic Is over. II la, Ihcrcfore, practically certain (hat the new and t'ho learlcr of liio opposition will not iiarUcipalo In (tic sessional proceedings. D. McKonzie l-i agflln lo lead the opposition torces in Ihe Ironic, fllMiongh (lie nnmc of Hon. H. Kifildtnrt Is also licinR mentioned "hi (his connection. The filth venacl built -tit Ihe Tlirpn (J'lc., was Are The This Store These Dry Goods Dept. Every day we arc pull inn slock new goods for every department. New slocks include cilki, fancy linem, hoi- iery, table Linen and staples. The follow Ing Include some oT the moit desirable items from each section. NATURAL S1IANT17NO SILK-Very and Tree froinVilllng. inches wide. SpiuiidiJ value i n r al, yard HUNTN'KKS AM) Jusi lo liand a splcinliil u( IRCC ruiinpra and s-Uiiwriri In very altraclivc ileslgns. I'rices Irom. cai-li o Art Tat to KINK SILK -Kvcry made now hi slutk. Wo havd a full stock ul alt sliade.s atul yrlcc-s irum, O r A p.nlr, J1.50 lo J.DU CHIB dainty of ['ale Uluc and I'itik; ulsu wliile. All silk wilh bcauUful embroidered O QC dysigus. Kuch ?1.75 10 HEAVY WASH roireU n-cigh; forskirlF. Only 15 yards in slock. This is a real heavy quality and O QC worth yard. Price IJLACK CHIKFO.V Lcavy quality. AVill noi cut. 06 InchcT wide. Very deep JiiElrous black, n QT 'Kffrii'value FAIJ> is tlio [Imc Lo Ijuy your fall flannelette. You can- bee the possible selcciioii iu the department today. All wide guoJs. or 3G inch. Designs all carefully chosen. Desl ttDasiula value SPOUT VKILSr In delightful design-'. All colors wilh thy HC-W scroll rlesigns. All new gooiis. Siiccial Price, rach FIXfci NAINSOOKS AND LONGCLOTHS have uow'a. full stock of dainty XaiiiEOok antl Very bos', value and reliable, .goods. 36 Inches wide. Prices from, y.flni, 35c Lo 0 OC WHITE Under- wean Fine 2S inches wide. Very hard wearing.-" 45c yard. OQ Special yard.............. 'New Arrivals in the Shoe Dept. Jusi arrived a full line ot the famous Hudson Bay Trapper HooLs for boys. Prices: Doys' Elkola Blucher ..............S4.W Boyi' Tan Blucher Boys' Box Calf VOulhs1 ElVoia Bluchcr Youths' Tan Bluchcr..............S3-75 Youths' Box Cslf .................54.03 TUB II. D. TIIAPPEH SHOES FOR "HOYS is a specially manufactured one that is known for gooil .strong ser- vite. This Is the first time (his cololirat- cd shoe 1ms been ortcrcd Eo Uic people of this illslrlct. When you are purchas- ing jour boys' shoes for fall, don't Jail to put n pair of Tiappcr Roots on him [or upnearanCG-and good service. CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL CANVAS GOODS Ladies' Canvas Hals Tvltn French and military heels, solid leather soles O 1 C and heels. Heeular Special Ladies' Canvas Pumps in plain ami colonial style. Regular fi.OO. n CC Special......................A. Misses' Canvas Bals M'itli soliil leather soles and heels. Regular 53.50. O 1 C Hiiccliil -.13 Misses' Canvas Slrap solid leather soles and beels. Itcgular l ?2.25. Sncilal 1.IU A'lwrgalu lahlo conBlsllng of ladlca'. grey kid with elolll tops, patent bal wllh clotli lopB. also several J QD Special 4.SO After-Inuentory Odd- ments in the Ready- lo- Wear Dept. NICE USEFUL DRESSES FOR WOMEN Values' lo 535.00 for little dresses for street wear. iijtfJc ul gooJ quultty scrgf. in u rariciy of styl'B wiiL bbapetl (olliirs. ncuk-i and vcsieei. The skirls :irn nuide mutch with ln-.iid. Luiions an-1 luck trimmings, and :iri- cul oil inncii- narrowt-r and longer liiu'.s Ju pleasing colors of black, navy, sinil. iu IS. -20. Values u-i ID J35.QO for WHITE WASH COTTON SKIRTS For holiday wear. Healing and picnics in different slylco, col ton galiardinc skirl Sn straight lines .with gathered Lark, belted all around and Iriinmci tritl) pearl buttons. Sizes from 21 to 27, repp cotton skirls, buttoning all Ihc war down the front with psarl-bnl-1 Ions, size to 27. Prices to at 25 'Discount: COMFORTABLE MIDDIES FOR THE 'TEEN AGE GIRLS Prices from to TEMPTING MOTHERS WITH SMART STYLES. IN DRESS AND ROMPERS FOR THE WEE FOLKS Sonic aic nude with (he khnonn Fkevcs in Ihe umpire-style and in. a large langc of pretty .colors. Prices to 1 CUTE STMES IN PRINT ROMPERS Two different styles, one with short sleeve, drop seat, clastic knee, bell and rochet. Sties fit 1 lo -I years. Prices and .NOVELTY .NEW SPOUT SKIRTS greatly reduced prices. N'ico. useful skirls tor early auliimii wear. One ol prctly erctn and liliie 1O QC plaid. Rceular J20.3S .for 16.53 One Stliart ami Muc 1 n A check. Hcglllsr 526.50; for Ij.JU One iifivelfy golil anil Hue o Regular for ___ Itr.DU Also several smart alyles in hlacK laf- feto SlilUTS. Values lo in r-ft (or.......................... 1U.DU A llr.iltc'il nu.Ttbcr or ladk.s' pure WOOL SWEATERS I" assorled colors. "7 vilnr: of rtft jlOO.t-0. We sell for OJ.UU Tlic.'C unusual value-J prevail iril lhik Jillg incep- tion Men and Boys'Wear Department MEN'S TAX I.ISLK tan make in colors navy, brown, tan. nrcy, grfcen. palm beach and' u'liile. Special PYJAMAS in whits, made ot lin- cst 1'nelish Lollsdalc cloth. Only -i no a (on lell. Special MEN'S TIK5 A new range of very classy and neat. Special." 51.00 10 PLAIN ULUE Dili O.ily a few jefl. I .CA Special JIKX'S WIIITK -rOTTOX .NKJI1T With collar or f'.-oncli iierk. T licse arc tost quality goods mid n goo'l l-.uj-. 1? TO IS. 49c j rn 98c Grocery fr'rcsh Ese J'Ssa'.s, each 35c Cucumbcis. inertiuni size, 2 tor crate, basket 20c Green Penpcrs. 2 Ibs. for 25c .Mnlagii Grajies, per lb Ealins Pears, per Jb 15c Hot House Tomatoes, per Ib 30c Or.uiEes. per -lac, 55c and :65c Lenions, per dozen 40c "IJOYS- BLUB CJIAMCRAV In tlics 11% lo M in. Good wear- 1 1 C ins quality. Special BOVS' sroivr eoioren striileJ. ll'.'j to U In. AA UVf. arrived n Dart shipment of Men's All Leather, IMlcc! Overcoats, sizes 3S lo H. Lined tliroujhout ivith lie.lvy Ital- ian cloth.'In colors (an and cliocolnlr. Jual the uvcrcont (or driving...Soiilli. Amorlcafi sheepskin. Oll lanncJ CIJ and will not set hnnl..Special Ixfhefiudson's Bay (fomnany' ;