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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AUGl'SraS. DAILY IIKIULU. MILADI Phon. 1224 PARE NINE Mis. Sydney llcbson nice Miss Dor- otliy 5'h Avc. S.. will receive for ilie Ctrsl lime since her marriage on Wednesday aUeruoon. Frank Utniont. of Taker, sjieul the ivrckend. the snesl of trends In llw i-lty. Mr. C. F. I1. I'unyheare lias gone to Winnipeg where he will -mend the annual nicr-tins of 'he Camidiaii llai Assoi-'alioii Alcsst.'. llobert and Sain who have neon the jjuisls tit Ilr. and Mrs. ttoljcrlson, !efl loday fur lu Piltsburg. .Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cameron' re- l-irned lo the city yesterday after a pleasant visit nl coastal points. Mr. K. C. Martin is spending a feu days in Nelson. Mrs. I'- l.nnd Is entertaining as lier Ritcsi Mrs: Jcnclt, of Calgary. Miss Nan Dcr.oor. has accepted a school .at Reliance and vvill proceed 10 that' point nc-xt week. east, is spending a few Miss C. I'. Alwurd lias KOne u> 1'rei'lc Ui i-liarsc ot Hit until Hie arrival o! tlio new matron. niii'E la -lo-u the! Four Cents 1'er Hour More activities CM (in- A'luaik- Association 1 Miss Illancho It'.llins was week- end guesl in t'aljr.ry. Mr and Mrs. DC Forest and tiimilv, of'ciarcsllolm. were weekend visitors Fluuclicon Miss Klhel and Mr ____ delightfully ninubc entertained Hours' 25-Pftsi dtnt Wilson todjy submitted representatives of the six railroad shop crafts a proposal to pay shopmen about four cents en hour Increase on a base of a 10 hours' pay for eight hours' work, retro- active to May 4. The president told the commit- tee of 100 representing the shop crafts that any increase now would greatly increase the cost of living and therefore inadvisable. Isolated ENLARGING CHIN IRRIGATION CANAL ___ ______ Tint th0 C. U ii I'ropar- mi: for Ihe lai-rtassil area ot land routine under irriEaliou the conipletion ol Ihe project is ih.'ir acriviiy on the. runnlns from near Wiitun SW- nm to t'Uin reservoir, r'ov year they hpve had i.ievaiiou a Hay Ci'.y drcdse deepenlni; Shis canal and many of its Fred l.a Bore is :n charge of tho crews wliu are working night and clay to hast- en trie completion of the pro- Jci-l. When ficishccl we undcr- sianil this ditch wiil be over 3ci wide at Us narrowest and have a capacity of a thousand cubic tect of per sec- ond, so ihe irrigation fanners littween l.eth'uridge. Tib- or thus be assured of a bountiful supply of irrigation water all through future scaE- ons. the of iualitf Hoiking dtlislitlully fnienanieu a T nnraher of tbeir friends at a lawn ,f >u-' T Dirty on alternoon. A very I.OS ANGKUiS. Cal f.. 1 en o vile afternoon was spent by .he Traffic on the four cntnrms j j nre.en, and_a dcllcian, i.os Angeles cj 'peri-oil at 5 o'clock. in the tily. Miss llcssio llazcll is at enjoying u visit al coastal puiiUs. Mr and Mrs. George Kttimii and their son llaruld, returned lo Hie cily on iiol'day spent 'today oy the strike ot trainmen who j respectfully invited. SIB'vT.KIHTEENTH STREET NORTH f 4 DOMINION WILL PROVIDE SEED _____ IIK01NA. Aug. .1. A. mot municipal dele- gnlc.s nt Swift Current yestcr- day atul. according to a special ff dispatcli. staled It cunld be taken as settled that the Uo- 'i minion government would pro- vide (unds for whatever seed and feed relief were required in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Dclalls would not bo worked onl until He and lion. Arthur Meighen had returned lo 01- tass'R. New Fall Goods Are Piling Many New Things Will be Shown This Week For the First Time at Clarke's New dress goods and silks, new staples and wash goods, new hosiery and gloves, new corsets and underwear, new suits and coats, new skirts and dresses, new waists and petticoats, new furs, new hits, new kimonas, new children's wear, etc. We have searched the leading style centres of the east this season for the best that is shown in dry-goods and outer and under garments, and can assure the this ciiy and district that this store offers styles that are correct in every detail, variety of choice unequalled by any other store in Southern Alberta and prices, which, in the great majority of cases, arc fully as favor- able as those of a year ago. New Fall Suits to Kine serscs end cheviots, plain and braid trim- med and volonr and bronilcloths in handscnic Inr- triramcd garments. A sitlcndid variety ot chtnce already (o hsnd.." New Fall Coats to Kplcuditl quality frcizcF, tweeds and silver tones In tho very smartest styles that will to shown Mils season. Colors tirown, taupe, bur- gundy, green, blue, etc. o e Lo. Hahutai Silks "sKy. I'lnk. yellow, fonenhagen. nsvy. S'een, ttc. ;36. nohes wide. VVi-shablo and lid lo wear. Durability Silk 2.5ft An excellent nullity washable silk, 36 Incli. Colors pink- re- seda, old rose, Ian. maize, white. Splendid Serge 1-75 Sullatle tor skirts, dresser, and children's, wear. 37 inches ivlitc. Colors brown,, .wine, plum, lf.n. Copenhagen find blacl: Plaid Dress Goods 2.50 and 42 inch Bonds In beatilitnl colorings In novelty yplaids and stripes. New Fall Waists to Vervltne voiles, silks and novelty crepe de- chines and geodetic, making up a truly won- (let-till variety of clioice. All special values and as cbeap. ns wo had. a year New Fall Skirts to Clarke Co. ;