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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1020 PAGE THIBTCEJi MILADI L! business !n cocteetlon irlth Wool-! store. Miss Trenholia has gone to Quebec 3 spend the sumrjer vacation. Mrs. Proctor and family, of Burdctt, motored into the city on Wednesday her husband who moo ton, holiday vljltor In the city. Miss Muriel Johnton left Ib spend 3, month .tae Mrs. M. ol Vancouver, is Ihe SueH of Mrs. W- Swinson. Mr. II. Greenfield, of Edmonton, In town a few days, .the guest of Mr, and H..Quest, Miss Central school, left yesterday. to the summ vacation.Ill Vancouver, the guest Mrs. S. las IVastcrrnan left on.Wednesday lo spend the 'holiday' aua in Banff. Mr. Arthur Moijan, of'Bow Island, la spending a for.- cays IB ihe city. Miss' Annie Zach, ot Kelsey, is a visitor In the city. H. J. 1'iUoa, of Ins .'some- In the dlttrlrt his fcousln. Dr. HatloX ot Couttv Mr. Jusllw Ives ).s in the city. Miss Lliy o( Cjiarlolle town. PiE.L, Is 'visiting in- ths. city Ibc gueit of her Mrs. Ciarle Mitchell, 12tb St. South. Mr. Slark Engllih, of Minneapol! Is In the city viiltlng his sUter, Mr T. Shepherd. Mist Sjurinan. ol schoo and Mr. Brahdow, .of school, lo 'Edmonton an will aid in examination pa ers. Sliss Sharnian will later .proce'c to Vancouver where'thb' vacation ft iod will be spent. Ueorge shepbard, .Ed- __' ma art awake FT .in owl" night, 'and can't ypur in the dsy- time you certainS" need L. -A. 'Stack', of Vulcan, was day visitor in the city. a ho to the coastal cltle.5. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Clark, ulll reside at Hirer Bend; Alia. SOS' Last Wednesday evening, at the home of Bishop W. Green, the marriage was jolemnlrwl of Mlfs Lit- wno "luraeo iiall Jlarltn WlUon and Roy Hargao Rer seversi months spent n sou h- j eto both 0, Taber. The SeU-poiwn-' fag by perfectly eliminated food poi- tons Is Sutherland ,fB visiting friends in Calgary. ,M i f Mrs. G. H.1 LayeocX and Miss B. Pearson ire vltitlng.at tbo home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jacks, Cran brook. Mr. Lay cock will follow shortly.'-' Miss V'letl is viBitlng friends In Cal- Senator and.Mrs.' De Veber have re- turned to tho cify from Ottawa. Mr.'Maynard.-...l9 in the city on-offl m Cahtoroln, Mr: Proctors health iae'betn jreitly beneEtted through chaurc climate. Miss. Ruth U.lbrallh left on Wed- afternoon for Edmonton. Mr. John Serko has arrlred hotoe rom St. Michael's College. Toronto He will spend his summer- vacation 0. V. Svanion, ot this city. v Winnie Kelly spent the holi- day with friends In Ueoldne Hat. Too following teachers left today r Edmonton where they will attend summer school: 'Miss Jlallantyne MIss'Baleraan, Miss Margaret Smith, Miss Ashton and 'Mlaa Mollie Hariy. 1 Mrs. teary. of Bow Island, who has been spending a few days In the clly returned home on Wednesday. 1 _ Mr. Waller Webb left on Wednes day to spend tho holiday; with hi: parents at Grassy Lake. Snpl. and Mrs. Pennefalhcr, in com pany with Inspector and Mra.-Meiler are spending the week-end at Wate ton Park. Mrs. C. A. Gigot. formerly of Hig Elver iut now resident In Birtle, Mih Is reported to be Eerlously 111. Jlr.eund Mrs. N. .J, Schweitie'r ar ending a. few days in Calgary. TEA all in ihe taste! The secret of the great demand for Blue Ribbon Tea is because it is in with your idea of what a class tea, should be. We f IcrVipiw you'll like it. It's all in the taste. ftB PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH Mariow's Meat Market DEALER IN FRESH, CURED AND COOKED MEATS, FISH AND POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGOS Specials fop Saturday, Pvirae Steer Beef Roasts, per Ib. 20c Prime Steer.Beef Plate Boiling, 2 Ibs. 25c Veal, 2 for 25c Stewing.Lamb.-per Ib.................... 15c Sausage, per 26c .Hamburger Steak, per Ib.................. 20c Roksling Veal, per Ib...............22c and 25c PAY LESS FOR MEAT 'rt FULL LINE OF FRESH KILLED Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb Muttcm %pmorrow Leg of Lamb, ;35c Loin of Lamb, per Ib. 35c 'Shoulder of Lamb, per 30c vChoice Roast Pork, per Ib. 33c Fresb Made Sausage and Hamburg Ibs. :NICE-COOKED MEATS FOR HOT WEATHER BUTCHETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH :ouple will take up their residence in STOLTZE One. of the loveliest oi June wed- ings took place on Tuesday evening t S.30 al the home of tho bride's par- nts, vhen Miriam Ellubelb, only aughter of Mr. >nd Mrs. Krank A. toltio. was united in marriase to Mr. Villlam Howell Mclntyre. Jr., of thread, wltb hat to tiatch of mohair ornamenled with cutset. A quiet wedding was solemnlied at the residence of Bishop W. Grew terdiy. July 1st, when Miss lea AUer- etta-Burr, of JUjroond, and Mr. Miltoa Magrath MtrrtU, of Altwrta, were A -adding took on Wed- nesday, Jons at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "William Coldle. A. H. Denoon unlttdta marriage Net- tia Goldie odhls city to Carl Kittle- son, of Barons. Following the teremony a dinner was serS'ed, the'bride and groom later leaving by motor for Lakes where'the honeymoon .will spent Jr and Mrs. William H. Mclnlyre, ofiUpon their return Mr. and Mrs. Kittle- alt Lake Uon will reside (Blear) was played by Mr. r 4 tt as the bridal party entered ho drawing-room where the cere- mony looi place ucdeV a canopy of milai and honeysuckle with a back- ;round of smlltx and baskets of waltu A. H. Denoon ofticlat- ng. v, The bride, who in mar- riage by her fathcr.'made a beautiful jictufe in wedding gowi CHURCHES AND aOCIETiES Xomben of the United churc choir are asked to meet tor practlw .tonight. Members ot the Nursing MIsslo Miss Violet HagelL-' returned horn om Calgary this morning. Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard" Tlojers left i Wednesday to spend the holiday ad week-end, in Calgary. v Mrs. D. W. Swanson, 517 12th St. C, :crlh, entertained SB her holiday iesis, Mrs: M. Craig, of Vancouver, nd Mrs. John Lengyel, of Stavcly. of creambrocaded crepe over du- chessa satin, .her tulle-veil was in a coronet of rose4! point lace aijd orange blossoms. She if ore tho Broom's'gift, a magnificent diamond bar, pin .and carried a bou- auet o( ophella-roses and cream snap- drsfohs. Miss Sfary Ball, of Donns, Texan, inide. a- charming_ bridesmaid in a jolyn of emhrpiderajl white -net with girdle of pastel snaged riubuns. She carried 'a-bouquet-ftf deep pink rosos and Ralph Thrall was'the.ifroonismanr, irtiuiedlately folldwlne the cere- mony a held at which I over a hundred guests were present helng' received- and Mrs Stoltie. tho bride and groom inrt Mr and Mrs. Mclntyre, parents of tho groom'. The reception rooms of tho home had been turned into a lower ot flow ers by friends of the bride. Masses of wild made board reminded of. the monthl meeting oh Monday, July oth. Any aahle to-collect before the ing kindly notify the. commute (phones 695 or Mr. and Mrs. Slinson y motor for Calgary. left yesterday Mrs, C. E. Lewis nd Miss Grace, of Plncher Creek, left n Tuesday to spend 'the summer in :ssex, Ont. f SOCIAL Two Page ad- vertisements of Our JULV CUARANGE SALE on..... Pages 10 and 11 of tonight's issue. x Medicine Pipe Dance Will Executed Pipe Into Play. A rinique cWemony Is to talie place at the residence of Joa Healey, on Seventh avenue south, at the corner thu' the street car to most -effective In the lib- park takes place. On rary In' the" fdlning-room a color urday the Blood Indians are going to scb'ehio of pink anil white was carried a medicine pipe dance. This is out', with columbine and candles. an evest that few white people stiver bowl ol pyrelhrum. center- had an opportunity of seeing. It is a "He of tho past In the history of ithe ARRESTED iN MINNESOTA- FOR flEGINA FORpERlKS MINNEAPOLIS, July Bel- -iranted in Regina'pn arate forgery is-belng-fceH-tn Hennepin county Jail here pending ing-the table, -r.'s. Purple and white iris and lilac wera used in the hall. Tho hride's motlier wore a beautiful gown ol ijade .georgette richly em- broidered- beads. The groqnrs nmlher was handsomely gowned In black satin with overdress of "black Eeorgette embroidered In Bloods. The medicine pipe that Is used for the occasion is only aronght 'to ifglit once 4 year, and after tho dance is put The dunce tan only- be held at certain usually between B p.m. and 8 p.m. irord from concerolBi; Ua tils- position. acreited at Ray field, will on Tily I to decMe It the ill be allowed to tie prices. Trinity Anglican church, Chippewa, 1 The pavilion at the exhibition grounds again added to its popularity is one of the fii'st pleasure places of he Ticiiity last evening when the second dance of the summer to he given under the auspices of tJie Major Jack Ross Chapter, I. 0. D. E.s jet. Mrs. John G. Robertson, cream Ont., celebrated its hundredth atinl- brocaded crepe ,de chine'and georgette veraary. with'hRt of mauve-silk braid, 1'resid-1 ield.' "The aseembly hall had'.been jeautifully'decorated for the occasion in patriotic designs and presented a gay setting for the dancers. .The Can- noneers Jazz Orchestra provided the- music which was perfectly .splendid. served by mem- bers ot the chapter.' For the remainder of the season there will be weekly dances on Wed-- hesday evenings. These promise to he exceedingly popular providing un- desirable dancing is discouraged. Tho importance of keeping recreation cen- tres as clean as'possible cannot be over estimated when we think of the number of uur youths who frequent these places. To Improve deportment in the toll Is highly desirable and tTro supervisors would cerlainly_ be appreciated asset at these func- ons. If these dances are to be pat- onizeu by -persons of discriminating .astca It is obvious that suggestive anccs must tio discouraged. Ladies of Lcthbridgc are reminded to keep the dates July 14-15-16 open in rder that they may take advantage t the three-day free lecture course o be given In the Y. M. C. A. by elected government instructesses. The toynotq of these' lectures will be irected towards efforts to effectuall> .ombat the high cost of living, a sub- ect of vital Interest to every woman. Make our dollar go Is Ihe slogan. Remember the dates ami the place-July 14-15-15, in the Y. M. C. A., daily courses commencing at 2.30 p.m. i ed at .the punch bVwl. Assisting Sn; the dining-room' were Mrs. (Jhaa. H. Fair, in sky blii'd -gBo'rgette and black tulle Mrs. Ray Kellogg, In lace, trimmed wijlif juried colored silk flowers; Miss Maiiy Simpson, in rose "Miss1 MarjiifWHiglnbotbani, lu cloth of silver and tnlle, and Miss In- zola In satin. Little .Miss Eileen Waddlnston. In white organdie and white tullo hat, nmde a charming door attendant. Following tho reception an inform- al dance was enjoyed by the young WILSONS IN THE STRIPED JTbe bride and groom left later for Montreal and New York. Upon their return they will reside at the Mcln- yre Branch, near Magrath, Alto. The1 bride travelle'd in'- a. French gown of m id n ightj blue, kitten's ear Kill them all, and the germs top. lOc apacket at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. satin and sorgo embroidered in gold Great altendcrt tho garden rty given on Wednesday ercnlng at :he cxpbrlrocnUl farm by the Women's Auxiliary to the Y, M. C. A. Many peoiilo availed themselves of the auto riilo anil the delightful and refreshing entertainment provided on the lawn ot the farm which Is particularly love- ly nt this season of the year, llerper's orchestra was In attendance and wa.s exceedingly generous Its renrtttlori ot encores. The coraintU'ec.ih oharg'a are delighted at tho. response of th'o public on this occasion arid" through' their generosity havp swelled the funds of tho W. A. to a considerable extent. Their gratitude Is also ex. tended to all those who so kindly car- ried passengers. WEDDINGS A (lulel yet pretty weddtng was sol cmnlzed in the Wesley Mclhodls church on Wednesday, June 30th when Rov. C. K. Crsgg iinltod in mar rlage Kthel Josephine, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. lllnck, of AVImilfrccI, and William 0. Clark, of Bdmnnton. in tho presence of a few relatives and friends. The bride was becomingly attired In a Delglen blue broadcloth suit, i wearing a corsage bouquet of ropea and hut. She was attended by her staler. Mrs. Fred of Win- nlfrcil, anil Mr. H. M, Clark, brother of the groom, acted as best man, following tho, ceremony. a, .wedding dinner was enjoyed nftor which tho hai'py couple 4U ei'.'jndcil itfy You owe somedtinj to your stomach after its strucftfie with the heavy foods of Winter. Lighten the burden and increase your mental buoyancy and physical alertness by eatind ShieddedWheatBiscuK and fresh SKreddedWheat with strawberries'- so and strengthening. It is the Summer treat ot I people who know how to eat MADE IN CANADA SATURDAY CHILDREN'S HOSE Ribbed.'Cottcai to range oi slies. Good wearing and good color. Saturday Special, pair LADIES' HOSE Ladles' White Cotton Summer Hose, full raaffl ot aliM. aro extra yalae. Saturdar Special, 40c pair MEN'S BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR Hen's Summer Welsnt nnd Drawees, ttot all sizes but values that regularly at eac.h Sat- fiA urtay Spwlal, "VI. LADIES'UNDERWEAR Ladles' Summer Underwear in vests abd convilnaMcuE, aro travellers' samples and represent values up to each. ftC Saturday Special wwC CHIFFON LAWN Fine Printed Chiffon Lawn. A fancy printed wash Goods for summer dresses In assorted colors and designs. Regular