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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Jl'LV '2. l'Jt9 THE LKTHiniUHlKUMLY 1IEIUI.D, 1224 Monday uiorniiiK. returns ton Journal. _ j Mr. II. .MtKcnile an'l Miss McKen-j of KUIkom, aiieni- Wuuiniiun.n-'y, In Ibc city on their way Id t ,aj. iry j and Uaulf. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES llu, ,h t-ir5t 5 ol Ibe Baptist >v-> f SOCIAL EVENTS ]ri.h was i i v 'evening PERSONAL of Domestic Scinvec at McDonald' liuti'tule, Miss llessie and Avril Little 'ef> toilay for K few days' visit in Cii- tarv' after wblcb Miss liesslci Litile will be tbe guest of Mrs. J. Gordon (.'ainiilioll in Edmonton. to leave tbe daSlc hail floor f-r. brk-t minutf. Supper was sen-i-i tbe members of the Girls' Ciiaiuor Ihe tea roonj arranged at the west end of tlie building. An ico cream j I Mililary I'rc.'sed Into and Kclicf Tor Homeless is Afforded TOUONTO. July a prsc Ihe Toronto Railway Company at a I mass meeting this mornins declined I tu accept tbe latest orter o! tlie On- tario board and "tbe strike continues. The proposition ot Hie Ontario Hull- way iK-srd through C. Harris, in- li-r'iro manager of the system, was that jflrte men go for the s.-inic pa> a? I car men on tbe ilvii- owned lines -is vents an pending an invev i tisation of the cmopany's boohs lo de- termine the portion cf the concern in I1 fKarii to earnings anil 11 This proposal was rejected because 1 l- did not Ruarailtei: tbe men tbe I ivascs recommended conditionally by I lim board of conciliation. IMW right'and a half hour day. The srliko is now on us cleventli iljy. There bus been no attempt made to run cars. che'slra snppMtd very good musi-. and] FLOHKXCK. July tAssoelateil tbe Moo' seems lo be Improving j ITCSS.I.....Tbu earlliqunke in each function held. Oayety for yr-jns Sunday carted !00 deaths, mail-: unit old reigned until tbe early .imirs iimUfiiitls homeless and He-j and was brouKai to a climax with ccnfelti battle, when i-vsryone was tangled !n .nany colored sircainfrs I covered with the confetti; llm ncrry dose ot Ihe cHy's liescc celebra- tion. The recital given bv the pupils of Mr. 11. -McH. Young last.M-iHay evo- the Y.M.U.A. very stroyi'd "00 hoi.ies. six cburcbes and iinblic buildings and schools. 'Ing to llm latest compilation, i work ot relief proceeded with j such rapidity yesterday and last night I li.al virtually every one of those made homeless were given food anil shelter. To lake tbe place of tbe. railroad from Florence toward Uorgo. Oeo. Mclvor was ttay visitor In.Ihe city a iiiug in i attended. Ibc pupiis all creail lo and .'uilr '.each- Di'.y visitor In the city. cr appearing on Ihe were .Maignret Hardy, lleioti s Mrs. Mcl-eoi! and Mar, Jonc3, Wili...: .'Ivs- liave left fcr ll.itzH-. l-.t., lo L0 Almje Held. Kathleen Qiiinn. Star- their vacation with Mrs. X jarvis. Slyrtio Hose. formerly of LclbbridEC. ijalcic IVpplugwell. Char- I llamniau. Gladyii hau and Viccbio. a thousand military wagons and motor trucks have been pressed into service. The July toiis were injured, one so badly witn a frjcturcd skull ibat be is not expect- ed to recover, wben three of the Jlont- street railway cars crashed e ueuji ..nu i ons ami trucks form an unbroken Utther on ISO Bout de Mrs J A. IlarriD and tclt Ihis raornliiK lo spend the suni- uier witb Mrs. Harris, patent Mirror Lake, 1J.C.. ,Ut.u 'Platt, Sylvia llairaiati. Gladys Tuftelanil. Avril Keta Ami. .lanct Jtirllvcna, Tlielma Thclnia t'ilzpatricS. Erika Olancier. from Florence to Ihe centre u! destruction. Thc military authori- ties v.ho have been working inces- santly, believe that, ihe situation now is well under control. A large num- ier of tents have been creeled to pro- near Tctr.-.i.ltv'He n iina le line Four other, IJCU1 J were taken to thc Noire Dauie bospt tal The cars were packed with peo- ple reaming from a picnic, and as one look a switch, puttlne on the brakes, the other two crashed Into U. ANNOUNCEMENTS Ur tintl. i'.rs. VY. U. Kennedy children, Miss Bessie and Master vvil-i; lie. of .Vancouver, who wore guests of1 Mrs. Kennedy's brotlr X o v'> ur. F- McMabou. continued lluir A M journey lo NBW.Vork on nounce engasement of tbeir ..iuv.sb k Ittr. Jiarcclla Klizalieth. to Tonmabiil Mrs. James Slinni ano ber gf ilnrt Mrs. ter, Miss Alice Siuitn, left on'aionday j ot "The-HIaiie." (Jue., tlie for Vancouver and Victoria. mar--i.igc to take place early in Sep- Equal I'cnsions For Officers and Changes Art- 'Wanlcd VANCOUVER, n. C.. July adoption ot the policy of Ibe C. V. A toivnrdi pensions was made at iession ot the Dominion In tbe main tbe declara- tion of principles in tbe resolution wbiili Siven its flrit readinc on morning 'vere emboilied in tliir, pol'iry witb aiuedments to certain In regard to-pensions asked for or- pbaus ui> to Ihe age of 21. lliis ivas cansed to read IS years. j [n regard to ihe appointment of med- ical boards n'tarbcd to district offices, it was decided that tbe medical ex- aminers should be drawn from tbe I province within vvbicb the board ei- ists. Tbe clause that former members of the imperial forces and their dependents, resident in Canada prio- to tbe war and now returned to reside in Canada, should be granted jy tbe government a pension equal to tbe amount, if any. required to place them on tbe aame'basis of pensioners ot the Canadian Espsditionary forces save rise to a Ions debate. The clause was referred back to tbe resolutions committee to be reworded. Tbe clause referring to Ihe reriues to the government lo equalize the pen sions of Ihe rank and file and com missioned officers .-passed without a dissenting voice The last clause of tbe resolutio presented on Tuesday was amended t read as follows: "That no deductlo nhc made fron tbe pension ot dependents on accoun of any otber income or benefit wbal? "V was alleged widows hoWin Victory bonds at present bad certa You'll pleased with Blue Klbbon Tea the first lime-anil every' time you use it, AH live grocers sell li.; jinounla deducted from tbelr iieuiioif i allowances and. while I! inlimalc-d 'to tbe incelini; that the autboriiic.i iad decided lo amend this, it was de- cided lo make clear thc altltu'l" o! tlio 0. V. A. towards tbis "unjuM fys- tem." One clause in thc original iiension lesotntion referring to Iho request that a fund be lo provide [or th-j burial ol a pensioner whenever necessary struck out, the conven- lion deciding tu ilselt on roconl in any way in connection with tbis by advocating tbe establishment ot ;i po-t fund" by tbo government. To those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly Chase Sanborn's "SnAL BRAND" COFFEE. In 1 and 2 pound tinj. Whole-Croimd'-PulverlMd- aho fine ground for Percolators. Never in CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. Mlr-i Alteen Jones left today spcnil-a week in Calgary. I ,_ j Ralpb Thacll left yesterday for holiday lu Minneapolis. WEDDINGS Mr and Mrs. Wm. Clary and daugh- today for Vniicouvor J nrpenn. where they will A pretty wedding look place at'the parsonage at Coaldale or ter Kiletn'left today tor V nnd Portland. Oregon, where they will reaa'n tor the summer mon nths. >ir. C. U. Ounn Is a visitor In Cal- In bills from Ihe Gleichen post office, Assistant Postmaster Edwards Ihe Prairie and foresl Fires Act dur- rf at the parsonage at U1 day the insl.. when-Misr. Victoria Mackintosh, tbird ...-.ue.. of >lr. and Mrs. of .-arv of >lr. and Mrs. 01 Coaldale, nnd John B.-Schimek, :scc- M' Parks, of Edmonton, was oml of Mrs. M. Scbftnefc, llankato. visitlnR'bls parents in tbe city ovt-r !n .narrlase. .he Fix-rn. u.-nc nPrformBQ U.V Doinlnioii Day P. Mr. Kobert Saie, of Ulhbrltlge. vvbo allemlcil ibu mairiSKe of bis enluil- Ksthlcen McLean, Kin them and the too. lOc a packet ai Iruggists, Grocers General Stores. HERE Praise Ldia E. Pinktiam'i VegctabiCompotind as tho Remedy for nan's Ills. For two 1 suffered female weakness, joins in my bl Bnd painful periods, Minn., were united in .narrlase. .he ceremony was .performed by liev. II. Bosoniworih. B.A.._onljr Im.nedratc friends being present. The bride, who wns.g'.ven away By ber father looked vary charming in meteor crcpa 6iifJ-.brlil.il veil- of orange blossoms and. carried a nuun.uet of -bridal' was. at- leiidcd sisl-Jr, -lessie. a beautiful pink c.repc rle-: sown and shower of carnallfrsJ-Tlie-Erooro was supported youugbv brother Frank. Following tlie cireinony, a doiicioua lunch was tbe bappy couple left; by- airlo for lianit anil other Tha-bride'was at- llred in a smart IrAvelllng of bluo serge anil becoming picture lint. The groom's gift to the brluo was a diamond platinum to the bridesmaid and groomsman, fl .broocli and ticnin of pearls, aiul emeralds.. Mr and Mrs. Schettlt-. will be al bome to their.many .mends il Coal o alter July I5t. indlvvusso.w itit able to no .nWovk. A friend lold Tie touifiM'ilin riniham'a Vegetable 'ompoudd and ftave me great relief. paijis'ilcft I am now able to I my work and You .can pub. 'ompound (Ioa3 oVs na much good ni wilt much pleaded.' 37 Ssa itrcctj Knw HaveVonn. The reason PinWinm's Vor; Inblc Compound lucccssfnl i iccnnsa it the curnlivr' Of eonl olc ssnionsil'roots an'Ilrbs. which BC trectly.on thc Tfccre are vng fc'f childfen in th homos yd ar jrattl thli Account o u rliEOr The July Clearance is Speeding on to a Great Success cime functjcnat Would fendny getnWe in most to fi. ipovjnrj. Such wonipn ehould uphcne ntll t'icy hive wot-dcrful ft tnao and idiecUl arlvico vnn. MasJ The The. marriage of Kalhloen iM y daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. cl.can, and Jamss floss cele ited quietly in Christ chnr' loi y moriiinB al 7 o'clock. Rev ..11110 c'Klm performed ceremony in preEcnce of Immediale relatives the briile and bridegroom. Mr. 'aln. organist of Ihe churcb. played n -wending maicb. Very charming was the in .1 retty navy blue stilt having, accor- con pleated panels tiie coal and' kirl and an embroidered stlk, vest. bile tcorgelte crapp. blouse and alnsborbugb hoi of Vli.lle ecorgclte, lie wore a pearl and Ilie Iti of Ihe bridegroom, and liotiauel of crer.V, Ilie streamers, Thn brideJtnai.d. f.liyvs Cox, in palo grey c.-cpe de- bine over pink, wltii bat rimmed isilli rdse-loarea and liable urs. She wore U a pearl good luck pin. and i of- plnlc roses- pMK ulle. Mr. Oo. iMcCnlg wal man. The .bridegroom's grcjomsman WHS n pearl iiep.-[ to Hie organist goiti cuff links. -.._ _ Mr. and Mrs. Ross loll., via C.T.I. for Winnipeg, r'ort Willlarn, .loronlo a-d from Ihere to by the ThoiifaiKl Wands.: On Ihelr rctun lo thc city they will issko their home on 123rd street. Tho out-of-town gilosls nl. tbe wed uing Mr. and Mrs- Base Lctbbrldsc, and Sage. bridge, parents and lirolher of Mrs McLean, and Mr. liobblrf .-louts, n Calgary, cousin of the ton Journal. RELAX CABLE SOO LONDON, nil in? to a questloti in Ihe cemiuoa Itlglil Hon Winston thluiltlll tliat the cubic hfiiVoiiiOlei or very lc ft I V be repLcad Ae price we placmg iher. belo.e today, rf and have reached lines arc in .swek.-.iu) we Ihouancls of barg.ins not quoted in our sale Clearance Ladies'. S' CI.OT1! COATS-AH Ollr .CltflN Coats BolaE ns goiiiB at............................ mil Dltl-'N'S Children's Coats in pr- RM. Sllks-anrt a splendid all clearing at..-.................. HALF PRICE range in malw, cardiridl and yellow; prices ranging to yjtj Sale price-................................... Now is chaticc Ic, get a liautjsome SII.K SKlU'r- wllilc wash satin sXirts in all sizes one of the for hoi weather; in dark also black Uttela; O QC -regular Snlo price................... KIMONAS in Pink and pale blue; sizes 2 lo 0 years; value lo Q9C Salo price...........----..................... in different designs, Irim- mlriES of lace nnd 6flc- Sale .Clearance-in Dry MEN'S RAIN1 PROOF COATS Made with tweed shell, rubber Regular for Regular (or ClIAIll SETS.'arc also fine for canoe 1 OC aels; regular J1.75 per Sale Price........ covered with chlnU In n v.iriciy of.coloring; regular 79C Sale Inches, chintz covering; O 40 Kesular Sjle I'rice inches; silk covering; Qg regular i Snlti Price Hoys' Paramata Jlain.l'roof Coats; sizes 26 30; regular July Clearance............. Hoys'-Bathing Suits tor. sizes 4 to 1 years; Regular Clearanco MEN'S CANVAS GLOVES; Per dozen Knitted wrist, Gauntlet wrist, per dozen MEN'S UMBTlEtAAS; 6 only, imported Bri- tish mnse: reg. HOC; July Clearance MBN'S POLICE aUSPBNDERS- Special price...............f linen. 25c each; July Clearance pilte, 3 for ,2 only infSH DAMASK CLOTHS, yards b> 2fe regular 'July Clearance Sale, each en __x.it tvidiv solfinriirf tor 29c l.Od 12.30 1.25 29c NAVY GAUBiiUINH. 52 wide, suits or llBlit coats; regul July Clearance price, yard NAVY GAUBi. 1 suits or llBlit coats; regular vr.Uie >ar-. 1 July Clearance in the Shoe Dept bAUIBS' BLACK Kill HOOTS, Oooilycar wtll. Krencb lieel; regular 7.4" Special per pair Men'ii Pelt HOUSE SUITERS; all sizes- ggc Regular J1.65; Special ladled 80 pairff assorted Kid Blucbcrj, Dincbers, KM Billion ami Patent and O 1 5 Cloth tops; regular Special Brown TURK TOWRLMKG; IS inches wide; lar ZlC July cUaraii'co Sale, yard WHITE SllEBflN-a; 2 yards wide; .'liy quality; regular price SDc July Clearance Sale, .3 yards yards wide; splotiJW ity; regular-value 11.00 >ard- july IRISH LINEN DAM Inches wido, real linen darnask; very scarce goods; regular iinre Jl ID per yard and _ 1 QQ July Clearance Sale per jard _. 1IUCK nUNNKIl TOWBI.S; ready for use; site price 51 "D each- 79C July Clearance Sale, each VbiliES; all iuclCes wide in a choice of high class rtffc-s; regular pr.co J13-, and P" Uljr .Inly'Clearance Sale per Mrd NATijriAl, SHANTUNG K1LK; 33 Wr' f bright and fine; regular price 7ic yard-J CO- July Clearance price, ;