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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl.'UOAY. ,11'I.Y 5, TIU-; urn H', DAIUY mcrun> PAGE ELEVEN' Phsn 12Z4 PERSONAL v SOCIAL EVENTS 1 v -t v o v fl- v v v v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A. B- Stafford and daught Dorothy mod Margaret, hiivc luriied to thtlr home In lite ciiy alter Mrs. iDr.) spendiug a year In Toronto, wlu-rn I woh Is ihe summer Mrs. Clitt.i. culeruiiiii'd a lew tail utioruoou in houur ol ii. oC Tlio An Not-'lie work Club will meat at iho honii' of Mrs. S. WiUlaui- son, jth Si. s., yu .Mon'Jay afiernoon. Miss Uorottiy Sitfford was a scud at IJraukEont Malt. (.'apt. IUD Hfcv..A. II. and Mrs noon have returned after K iwoTiei trip to Salt Lake CUy and ihe to Mrr O Carberrv yeatcrday for Medicine 'far Miss A. M. ivlll JoJn ber CarLerry, ihero eh only apd they will spend Ibc two inonihs in Winnipeg. and very informal ica pleasaui hour syrn cst of Capi. K.j McKcuzLu. A! meet in tht- was scncd aud Hull on Monday oveDiog nt 7.20. Mr. ami Mrs. T. t'rofts I'nHed clmrtli open air ineLi- Ju in romuim-e just evcnlnc as ing Ije held liiinicOiaicljr after iho ;a 4lli of July i-elebralk'H ami with'evpii'.ng at ibc corner of 7th jtlio people uf Commerce' and AY if. and K'tli St.-.V. a largo party from the ctlr mu tared; Ai uilduleni lunch served :iud a. most enjoy- vtulne was syeiii, by Ibe mauy able -Mrs. James T. find Miss Ua liellc, of Daylon, are the EUCBIE cf Dr. and Mrs. J. S. H. A. McKfllop and chfld.-oD have gone Xelsou, D.C., to lie the Kuesis Tor the summer ot her mutLer, Mrs. II. F. Ufculllcn. Mr. [iml Mrs. 1C. II- Wilson and sun Charily liaru left (or an cslenclcit vlsir with friends In Euglautl. Mrs. Win. Mueller, who Iras lieen; the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Join) I till more, has returued 10 her Didsbury for n few daye I to ifie coast for Ihe summer weeks. I preesnt. TDOHK tlioie from ihe citr were ComaiisEioucr und .Mrs. Meecfo. and Mrs. D. A, Sicnpson, Mr. and -Mrs. Ceo. Kerr. Mr. Mrs. H. W. Lonp. Mr. aud Mrs. Scott. Mrs. J. A. Young, -Mr. anil Mrs. Jofin C (lino re, Mr. uud Mrs. lifdpatb. -Vr. add Mr.-. L. McKcnzie. Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Ross, ilra. D. J. Hay, the Misses Matson. .Messrs. G'illespfe, Kannard and Gco. Scott. WEDDINGS Miss McKenzie. of FXJmou Ion, Is Ihe west or Miss Kathleen Tcr- rill at the Victoria Mansions for a few days. .Mr. A. McCorvie and Mr. anil Mrg, iltcfc left ihis afternoon on a week-end flihing trip In tliu Tin; Ucsslc j to .loacpb liallaln Marshall tool u. jilace in Calgary on Wednesday, Jurii Mr. and Mrs. Marshall arc at home to l heir friends al (he College Apartments, Suite .So, I, Calgary, Mr. and Mrn. Varsliall were former ly of Tuner, .ubere thoy.tujqy-a wide friendship, and Mrs. Marshall for lime conceded with Die Hoyal nerc. Mrs. II. Slnckpoole, or Cardsloii, is week-end visitor ol Mrs. F, V. 1-SWiE. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Dunne and fam- ily liavc returned from Medicine JJat Mrs. puone and .family visited Mr. and MTB. Ceo, Ping's lor some .Mr. Dunne Joined ihun; for a short visit before accompanying them Journal, Mrs, Craigen has returned to her home .iu Del DonlLa 'after a visit In the clly. W Mfss- hua returned to few days McCnmuley. Pic. Gordon '-Perry, ol the 1 -LITTLE A.1 Knox church manse., afternoon the Her, A. H. Dtiioon iin'.i ed fn tLe cf jnatrimony Hiss Sarah IliJdred 'Uille ftnd Mr Jolut llaymoiid Ste'uke, hbth'.qf.Noblc fo'rd.J Alfss Cicrlnidc.'Holtmaii actert as bKdtismaid and "Mr.. Chag, Mr. and ,Mrs, SlclnXti Trill '.m their future 2nd Dlvleton. and' Mn. core c 515 7th .SI. S.. re turned from Oftrrscas" Ibis morning attiir .Lwo-yeaw' acliye service. Iq the'U: S." in pedtgreed- dairy, slock nnd farms' are.' devoted exclusively iu CHILI CABINET.'- RESIGNS 'SAXTMGO, min JBlry lias rcsiglicd, The. o v.-hlcli' Armando''Qulzada is; feslgncd on 'March; bul !ta resignation. f .yirSt Nrew. Jniidlng Held on the roof Is t'o be bull Special .elevators frefgh from the rtipf. One hundred nnd eight application yrcrc received at .Osyc Col. II. J, pointed Dominion neer (Or ihe 'Province MEN'S SHIRTS Men's Summer Sjiort Shirts with large collflr'. These arb Just. ,thc thing :or summer wear, cooj anil comlorlnble; values 1 iip-lo f2.2y; Saturday Nlslil Special t LINEN Half liJcRchcd' Linen Huch Towcla. In 'ajilendltl'qunlftj'1: old lime values. Xot nil alike nnd sonic are i "'sullccl. 15x32. ficgular 7Sc value Nlglil Speclalj' pair -E iwe'lisYc'JIisl rctfivbil n sblpnlent o! new Wlillc'Voila Waiits Illaf1 shDiild have been tiero -ivccka nrc'ttimmctT'ivlth collar nnd curfs o( lillic vlnk Drgnndic, nil sizes nnd JitBl llic iiewcal.liipa. llcgOtar ?1.SO .-T.7C 'Saturday Special CORSETS. An oilra special in corscls of rcnl vsluo for Saturday nlglil only. Thcstt'arc Goddess front lace aiid Nemo baofc lace corscls. higli'daJs stylos; odd lines (hat (vo nrc clearing out- Itecu- lar vu'lueR up.lo 11.50. Sizes 21 lo Sn'-urdsV ,.VIglu' Special or ttlt 0 _HOLEPROOFHOSE Ladles' fiill (asliloncil I.lsle. Hose, mailr by Ilin Hole- proof Hosiery Co.; also n low folnck siies iri while; r'egii'ar S5c Saturday N'tglit. Special, pair ck In size only. 60c -WHITE NAINSOOK .J'nro HTillo Nainsook in fine soft finish anil exccllcnl width nnd rjunlily. TliSs !n vnluc IhaLc'nnnol dnjillcatcd'today AZr nt COc yard. Saturday NtBhl Special..................... f OC Raymond Citizens Awakened by JJarrage of Fmvorks, and Program Was On Our RAYMOND. July tb'o yominillee -havini; works in band made ai-hci- ihc.1 fire he xrand awak- Staged in Calgary July Hud Practiced Only Four Days tniiig a real fiuoct'ss- on July 1st and for an hour kepl.ui> ihD Ijombardnitni. Sume o[ ihe velerans that lliey thought they were back In Flan- ilcrs when Hey-awoke anj town] Ilio uolse. j parade under Cbas. McL'arty] was Ihe lest the .town ever haJ.' Headed by llie baud under Mr. Mit- e-hell, tlieii Uie foriy in numb'er some (hirly gaily dressed rare and Tehicles, Tnclc Sam. John Bull anil several downs were also present. The floats were the uesl we ever liafl. Toe ljusi- nfEB houses as u whole made a very Tedilablc showins but some few who were either too' busy or ioJiRerenl iad no part In Ihe parade. The Jan nuese boys ol the district hail gone o considerable worlt anu cxponsn in ireparine what- wai by all th'p. best float they had uvcr riieir flool was a- baltlc irui.ser some o'rly lone and ten reel on n'wason drawn by n man ehslne.-both were ooucealeil lie sliip. The bulk was a wooden rime' corered wllh rcgelmloii. The SATURDAY NSGHT From 7 to 9 p.m. Along with All July Sale Prices in Every Department Caiiadfan Mining Instiule Leld (heir niiual lllne aud Aid onlcsl on iht- Kxhibiiion Grounds. uly 1st. aiTalparv. Tnking part lh his wort, five Mine Rescue Teams jssltd in ihe 51 hie Rescue Cuutesi nd iwo First Aid the first Id n-ork.' The result of these contests vas as follows: Brazeau Collieries, Ltd.', Mine H6s- ue Team, Xordegg-, xverc (he success ul loan] in winning (he first prize, of hlelrl nnd sold medal, obtaining .85.75 pglnts out or a possible vOO iOTTitS. Drumhtller Lund Co., Ltd.. Mine lescues trariij from Orumhcller, te Hid Filvur medal, obtaining A luiiits out of a possible 500 points. West Canadian Collieries, Ltd., Ulne Ttescuc Team, J prize, fobs, ohlalning J55 points out of a.-possible jOO points. The Coal.Co. of Drninllel- T Mine Rescue Tcftm, Drumheller, ouri.Ii prize, wallets, obtaining points' vnl of 500. Roseilale Coal "anil" Clny -Products Co., Ltd., Mine licscue Team'. Roae dale, obtained pofn'ls oiit First Aid Results. find .Ccu, Firs! .Aid'Teflhi. Coloman. lirsl prize, shield and gold medal, obtain ig points out of n possible 100 C. P. (l.'-Xo. C Mine. First Aid Team Lethbridge, second prize, silver medal obtaining 91.78 oul or 1UO. Mine Rescue Judges lloberl Slreohan. Inspecior Klines, Pernie. D. Inspcc tor of Calgary. _M. Jphusion Inspector ol Mines, -VV A. Davidson Instructor o[ or Techrologv, Calgary. First AH Judges "Dr. Carson, Kerjilc, U.C.; Dr. Miss Rosa, ol Odgcn Hospital; Dr. Rosa of Colemau nicrilcal adviror in llie mine rescue Shaw, Inspector, ot Mines, Calgary, Mr. SlockelL. Gen. Supl.' ol C. IV R. Natural Resources Dcpl., Cal' gary, the prizes to (lie suc: COnipfil ttorfi, To sllnnilnle tlic inlercsL in this v-'orlv. the Provincial" (Jovcrnmenl ol AJberta have placed Mine lleacuo Car il from Canrripre, and SUne Rescue Car No. ;i from Urnniheller to on (lie Fair Grounds [or Ibe contest iilso (o remain on llie Fair Cirounds (or the reiuaicrjer of the week to cx- hihit all the mine rescue equipment ivhlch Is on a very elaborate F.cale for acciiltnl.s taking place at any mines In the Province. Mine Rescue Powell, Xo, If car, Canmorc; .JoliJi Ifooks. No. 3 car. Druinlicllcr: Saitincl Tromaii, Mine.1. IleaCne Station, Lellv bridge; Krtwarfl Hoylc. No. 1 carT niatrmorc; ivlll be in charge otjheae cars during the week lo'dcmonstraic I nil llic equipment attached Lo the cars I Tor the benefit of the public visiting I Calgary Fair. A complete iirinalurc Tnfno Is creeled for the mine rescue 1 woric. and irlll also remain Ins fair week for exlubiUcjri. ...A large attendance ot'mlnliig rneii trom various parts of the Province of Al- berta anrl nrllsh Columbia visited Ihe I Mlno Ilcscilo Cars rliirlng tlio contest Also a large nunilicr of -visitors tonk I tbc opjiorlnniiy during ,the.la3L f( I divya to visit ;ind sec tlic I ate at, e'mi men( which Is allaclicd tf? lliesd'cars tor inluc rescue flml first- nld work The location ot tliesc cars during Iho Knlr Week is on the extreme soutli- east imrl pf the grounds Tim first old I earn hai prp.cliccil only four dnys for petition ,nl nritl ifioV; nls( I mark is therefore all Iho moro'n'redU able, portholes wore real. The guns on be all nnd rear "'decks with Hie large I ones iii tlii observation posts, Ihe louk-out anil the who manned fl, made it appear as a real cruiser. _ finish Ihe "narade and make ill I niore like a march Tor the soldiers andjj .he band, hail and rain (ell in quan- .Uics enough lo mahe the roads a bit slippery. The opera house long before Chair- man O'Brien announreti Inc opening number was packed to its capacity. yp'vv'anls's! hundred people beard e program: v' Selertfnn by Hie baoJ; prayer. Chap- lain O. H. Snow; chorus under Mr. W. C. Stone; welcome., Major TacV; violin solo. Mr. Duncan Weaver; Oration. Martin 51.L.A.; vocal Ladies'Ready-to-Wear :A FEW CHILDREN'S CHM1BRAY DRESSES LEFT Small siies, regular TQr Sale price CHILDREN'S KNIT KNICKERS In dittercm sizes; refular 71r Sate price JJi. A BIG SNAP IN VOILE WAISTS best ever sliuwn lor ihe money. Embroid- ered all over voiles, taacy Iroiii, round collars, all enins at CHILDREN'S VESTS To clear; Clearius out at....................... CORSETS A splendid ol corsets, sizes 20 lo u our licsl lines., I.a Diva and lloyal Wor- cester; values lo (1; Sale price 1.99 19c 2.28 ley; prayer jjinjliiin. Save ille King. Mr.-Aroiilt audience wllh biui when he safdjf'Only one Has, (or Canada" and one la'iigiiasc lor West- ern Canada. -The oralpr.palft lo tliosc who hrt ruadc supreoie itl the defense or principles, and encouraged the boys who lini-o ueeii come libnio true lo he patient, be Iruc ip Ihe British Erapirn as i sold: ier.-.lliciV it must'follow that you'fire Irtfe1 lo -...The sporis'iil-thVnllernoon at'Vic- luria Park were anlo'iiE the besl eVer here. 'One ol Ihe largest trowls liver Day elebvnlion passed through (ho Bates, eprcsenllng town within a rad- j; of Bfly ihllca. The children's'racea were tun off in I ecord lime. spoTls were utered Into with tjmtglec and enthtis- ssni thai marks it'lnleresting lo Ihe pectfliors. Tho horse racing Drought Hi aome'new The hundred ard3 foot rare brough't .dill some new nalerlnl and ihe fellows liuped ft over veteran, Don. -fn the professional bucking con- eat (here were only three entries: ,ee. Wnshbohe and Cooper. Wash- ioni! waa thrown, "and.Lee nnd Coap- r split the iribney. In (he amateur bucMngvIhe gfealcst xcitcmcnt of Die day, a new personal at riders entirely- was' hronghl onl. n and. Turner for nrsl plKce'.'the other contcslalils sharhiK ri''thc money, i The' Etecr rldine' novelty. soldiers and oilmp.n. made :ho lun. every rider' won a prize but he soldier seems (o-havc leen a little noM dexterous than tho-olher riders. call roping .brought In some Henp ilrtg !mt and nay .Knight second noncjvof Ihe.firft- heat..while Golden >von the nloney in. the .second hO'fit..' ;jlic htnciuci in Ihe opera bovisc iihder Ihs'-dlreclion 'of Tweed, 'wpro lioiic-r. IUs anil V: fined J20I) Skin Sufferers I'oii nil! '.-.ifli relief nX' 11: flrsl magic loutli (if Tl. U., Ih soothing U'.ish of oils. Jlflny of 911 cusloini'ra thank' 113 (or thls..advlca You'will too. Eu'aranlcc II. tor snle J, lllglnhoihain'an Co.. DrngElslE, I-cthbrldgi Alberln. Men and Boys' Wear HOVE1 SPORT HHIIiTS in white am] oft- slripcs; sizes 12 lo 11; res. S1.25; sjiccial OUC MB.VS COTTO.v N'IGHT SHIllTS wllh collar or PrcucU neck; sizes H lo IS; regular 31.25; special Shoe Department LADIES' MEDIUM GRBV KID; dainty Inez Ncv York tops; military Gou'J- -f nfi year value J15.00; specla) A SERV1CBABLB ATTIIACTIVE MODKL iu a siufirl style; made in rich hroivn caU, IloxlDlc In wear, sturdy and a comtorl- j QO Rhle ritler; value I6.5D; special LADIKS' ONE STRAP KID SLlPf'Ell wMli good heel. Entail sizes JQ value special nnrgalri (able of Kid Pumps. Patent Pumps aud several others; values lo n JQ Special LA J Ijadles', black and white Satin Punir-s -I Regular J3.50; Special 1.1 J Little Gents' button and.hlncuer styles; Busier Brown make; Special...................... Blanket Department MAIN TLOOR (row b 10 Ji o'clotk you will haye an o np J.3J Qpnorluniiy. probably the lati, of rc-stocklae riannelctle UUiikcts at priL-e. carry a large of the original Ibex make in all sliOB. N'tn fall the will be hipher thnn ever, aii'l Ibis will be a groat dmncc lo tconcmilze. J[ youi1 stock Is loiv do not misa this. Idtx, grey or [irice Saturday Ibci. grey while; regular prite Salurday .light Sjiccial Ibcs, (jrey or >vlmc; regular price Saiurday N'lglil pair..... THIS IS REAL MONEY SAVING Housefurnishings Kruni T o'clock lill 9 o'clock tonigbl only arc- I only Brussels O Cft Size 6i9 feel; for 1 only Rag Size Icel; for................. 20 Jute Mais- Size 1U2S Indies, for each yftrds Shadow for yer yard II....I. pC TO GET A LOOK-IN'ON THESE YOU WILL" NEED TO BE ON TIME. 35c Grocery Department AT THE STORE OF QUALITY FROM 6 TO PHONE ORDERS IMPEUIAI, TOFFEE; regular 5c Tonight 3 for ___................. MILK CAIUMtXS: I.uiuri; resular aOc (onighl CHOCOLATB; Cowans Ib rcgulsr 25c; -lonigtii..................'.. tcsular JOc jioimdv lonmol CHOCOLATES: 'XouBafllles; -regular Gpc pound; lonight JELLY assorted tlarora; t'J for ORASGES; 35c, 50o and.....f' A. DAVIS PHOMOTBR'i nOl TAN GIG 7 for lOc 39c 20c 30c 49c 30c 65c 50c :ho' Kill Cioss. ishl 'dp to the Hflge on Sunday. June SO. Mr. J. Stov.csf hrotlier-in-law of Mr. Gco. Hovey is reluming lo Eugland or a short alay. KnlKhl and Walson shipped SBVcnty cars or catltc on Jlonday and Tuesday. Most of Inc. cars were billed lor Chi- cago. Fred Itolpli, Clarcnro .JclTerya, Lo- mond Carter end Austin Jones Just ar- rived home from overseas. Jlr. Rolntl has heen gone lor nearly three years, (he oilier boyq enlisted later.. Alvin Jones hfls serert-ii his conuec- tions wilfi llic Haymond Merc and ho and -his brollicr Aualin have gone lo the Stnlc or Wnslilngton. Mr. A. Jonca has gone lo Calsary to lake in (he [air. We hope ho doesn't gel laicn Ir. Sturley, assistant manager of the Rank of'Montreal Is leaving ton'ii some Jinic .IhiA lor an caslcrn appolnlmenU Mr. J: Blackrnore of is the presiding examiner In Raymond. mark bl anllclpatib'n.? 'from Monday attcrnooli until night sb'o'd..5lslefs''n'1vi'r lol.Uielr nerve and BiaylnE noivcrs work '.sari'mg lirn a bsnquct siich a's'ivas wa" no small tnak for 'ihe worlhr Iwcnly sislcra o( Ihe Red Cross Society, who did Ino work without, a. murmur. Mrs. ij und.Mrs, Dabl, Die president, vice-prcsirte'nl and the nrc mainly for Ihe organization and Iho of Itic ..The secretary sent out inrlta- lions to every veteran and BoMier lo hp'pr'cBcnt irlth.hla Barlnor, also lo the parenls' and wives of soldiers In Ihls-dlatricl to the nuntbcr of three hundred, lo be rreSonl Tuesday night. July lal. Bishop Evans was fossl Tlin'proBram ot tlic orcnirg Of find Icfll'nijinbers.' Afler -.Ihc banqhel ftll who Trlalied (o dance qnjoyed Ihom selvca'on Ihc famous' spring floor, music, hy a Tlic nliccesa of Veterans day ncill long be I'otiiombertd by nil. Vhc were present nnrl by Soldiers and thUr Mr. S. M. Card was tks A cannon, thought to have been brought lo Cnrlsllsri Island about 1550, has been discovered there by E. King, ail Indian- mlM imdcr W, y S. sAcUlpns In id the Ljiller Jiajr sMrltr church In Lelh Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN A WEEK II you cannot .spend Ihrco years In hospllal or pasl hos- pllfll bgo limit, send namo ?hd addross on for yeat C. S. N. Home Practlci 6( study- Ing trained nurslnc. Slate aie. The School of Nursing JAMESTOWN, N. V THIS il for iKe In il .1C m.iM.intJ ill ttaie be.uliful ol lone loiicli nerelofoie only it. tew of Ihc world NorJhtirocl Guild. We cfici inllruraenl Wn piece of piino ertflimtDinip. Tllccaic U in leepine with ill iclponiive BE glorioba lone. TneNotJheimtrCr.nJ'ii good piano mjisicil iniljumcnt IhM ftftotdl you pride ol owncnVip. d ill A w mm mm. i n ;