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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 TMK 1 aiHHHIDC.h b.VltA PAGE MILADI vp 't v utter two years' tervlce, Is in the v city. M'jj KydJ will SO to PERSONAL to assist la marking ei [lasers and from there she- expects to 'j j return to ber home in Saskatchewan. Mrs. Bentley will not. record .ou] Mr. alui Mrs j.'ffender.OB. ot Monday nor season. aro vjfitiRg rrlcilda ,n Mrs. M. Campbell, of 'Macleod, Is, spendlns days.-'" the city. of Montreal, visiting, is m the her If Mrs. J.-Jf; Henderson- and little daughter, Allliic. left this mcming en a two months' vteii to. Spokane. wa; by tho, French gov- tfnmeut; ht> bride irai given away by her ather. The bridegroom was In uaV orip, as were aii officers of the Brit-, sh embassy. t A bit of European color was leu! to he wedding by Ihe pretence at tho iwrilng that led Into (he entrance of I soldier ol the Scots Guards, the maa's orderly, his bright red coat and tall "busgy." The best man was. Major-den. H. K. Uelhell, mill- :ary ejaclie of the Urlllsh embriiy a Washington, to which until recent-': y the bridegroom was attached. Major! Marriott and his bride sailed on the! [mperator, if he Is obliged to report) tor duty his regiment In London.' Mr. Kahn has given to his daughter IIOUAC- in'London and a place in Ascot. Miss Thompson and 5ViEB Robert- son, beea teaching In Conl- luirs'. ire spending a tew days in the, MEN'S SOX i Men's L-'slc.Hnjshsd- Cotton Sox In, wktte. are TalUM worth 75- Kiday. Saturday Night jp 45C LADIES; APRONS Ladies' Big Covorall Ajron, fasten .in. back, patch pocket and nbort sleeve Saturday .Night Special Correct Dress for Women DYLANDQ J V The New Things First of the unploagnedp has been reduced to ar strip of about tuo'to three rods In strip 01. to Wbich the graeshcppers that Mr Barnacal the trowdedr.should ho pois never offered to pas union wages OMd m iwo to three days it the Conelderable dissattsfattion is ojc-j are siifflcisrUIy reduced m ed ,n tha fact that Mr Barnaca! rtlil can he C6m not make use of the Major and Com pieted but if the) itill numerous missioners who were asked to act as, poisoning Should be Repeated an inlormedUn to settle the jf nita done all ot these hop dispute It is Mid that he travel across tie ploughed at the cili hall ten minutes nfter to surrooniilng- grain appointment had been made to papers please copy the council The Major ,meanwhilo.1 had been failed out to an appointment. prevloush made 'yiyiug he -would be bick ihorth, but Mr Barnacal did not wait DOMINION ENTOMOLOGICAL LVBORATORYy In reference to meeting (lie coun PEG the situation with the council as TVJfiV'IPEG Julj mcdlary if ft was so..-wlshp'd. rapresenjation in connection with the mechanic's shop Is still .in ..operation, election of members to the and to tar there Is an> dlssallsfae ItBiililiire lias proved nn unqnallfipil tlon there had been a petition submit declared Tlonald Hoopei hon ted b} tbp that con nrars sccrctar) for the Proportional I dltlons should continue. In .MrMlarf RefirescntaUon League of Canada nacal's opinion Mr. Spmervlllo'.-wasl who has supervised the count here, trying to create trouble success ot the scheino in Win. hlip to accept .the .union. njppg, he sM, ought (o eliminate many of the objectitms .raised against the adoption of IheYsystem, proved perfectly'.practicable. Mr. Hooper today cabled Karl Grey in' the. 'I house, of lords, who requested Infer-- imallori as lo the practicable.working of the'new system. A debate is going on In the house of lords'at the present time'on this system. Meeting ;Friday Night and Poisdn-fs Iron Springs' farmere arp getting busy in the fight against hoppers. They held a meeting In" tho school bouse of that) diatrlcl KVIday nfght when J. A. P.'Tompklns und E. H. StricVlantl Urged them lato action. This morning represents' in Lclhbrfdgo obtaining poison. The hoppers, there are. Just begin- ning to show themselves and the farmers nopo to get the .poison dis- tributed before the pests make much headway. The present weather Ideal-for the hoppers. Mr. Strickland, Mr. Tompkina Mr. Wfclr are about Ihe buslneM men in Ilio soutli country'. They are out of town every night of the week, until tlio spiall hours of Hie moinlnss attending gatherings .pt faruierif on the hopper question. Sat- urday night Mr. Strickland will- ho In. Blackle anil Mr. Tomklns'wiH tc In Vulcan. A chief of police from: an eastern metropolis was "frisked" of .bankroll by a' plckpock'nt wllhin art hour after ho .landedTin. Jjetrolt last week to attend the police 'chiefs' c6n' vonlion. DIVORCE SUIT INVOLVES MAGRATH GIRL proceedings have In the case of Peck vs Peck, in which the plaintiff, Elizabeth Prydo Peck, with custody ot the- chlld by marriage from Blwin Peck' .by reason of dREcrtlon, cruelty fallhfuincss. The parties wore ma'r-'j rled In fn 1914, and lived! !n Lethbrldge, and later In Magrnth.i Tho dcfenilant is at present- residing' T. f1 ,iuu uuicauduk ia yiwteiii. rutsKiing "i.iM.rML Cro Wro at Wisconsin, ami has failed (o contribute to tho support ol his wife and child, as alleged. TWO FATALITIES AT BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION June An aged wo- .Mrn. Catharine Taylor, was klllctV, a baby fatally injured, another may die, and two others were slight- ly injiirc'd when the floor of third- jtorcy' bilcony tollapsed pn. Saturday night at '845 Mount Hpyal avenue' cast, this cityv Four of its five occupants wero.'flnne to Iho street below; tho fifth, a girl with a child In her arms, saveil when tho girl' grasped a .railing which remained in place and heM.'ftir uht slo'ii :6f tho ccl6bratlbn 6f 'Sirs. tor's slxtlelh blrlbday. Why Eat Two Slices for One? Not just because bread is the purest and most delicious of all good _ j. And so moderate in price that your present amount of cut your food bills amaiiiigly. When all is said, you eat bread now ready to eat much more of-it because you like and enjoy the bveadjflavor. A good loaf of pure, wholesoine breadas the most delicious article of food known to man. By using only pure ingredients and rriost advanced methods of baking, we are going to bring you bread in flavor, so tempting and delicious, that you can't help eating for One." rj4 I'-'''- -i .'ft baked Bread is Brtad at always pure, tempt- ing and THE LETHBRIDG! BAKERS ;