Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, J L'LY 5, 1920 f ..'uis .PAGE NINE M1LADI PHONE 1224 PERSONAL Mra. Core licrrow will not receive .lartiu ihis.geasou. Mr. Clarence ilolt baa returned lo ..he cUy alter ayotidlng the UoHdayg iu Joseph Craig" left today Tor Michel, 11. C-, ubc will reside in iho future. Mr. ami Mrs. J. Uisaott loft on Sat- urday to visit at the coastal cities. Mrs. M. Cruig ybo 1ms Hie truest of Mrs, G. Swansou Iclt for Michel today, wlicrc she- will visit her Mrs. .THSvaos.has returned from a trip to Great Falls. i i Mr. II. Fl-jcVof Haloy spout a few days in the city. 'Conductor F. M. SuodgraeB aud wifp of Medicine Hat; accompanied by.'Misa Myrtle MifcN'uvtn bi'Monclon. the guests of Mr', 'und M. McDonald, 1'lfili avenue A south en route ou a luotor tour to Calgary Kill] I-auff. RIce_ elder aon of Mr. Mrs. J. Arthur like, Hear lilver, N. S. The attendants were Miss Agnes Macdon- oll and Mr. D. J. McSwalii. Mr. and Jlrs. Rice loR on the afternoon tralu for Vancouver, whero tbelr-boneymoon will be spent. Tic best wishes of a large circle of friends accompanied them. They will tafco up residence In the city. i a OLIVER A wedding of widespread Interest in view of tho- prominence of tho bride's family, and tbe popularity on- joyed by the bride and bridegroom took place In the Firat' Presbyterian church, Victoria, at 7.30 p.m. on Sat- urday evening, when Alice, Elizabeth Oliver, eldest daughter Hon. John Oliver, Premier or British Columbia, and Mrs. Oliver, IS 37 Fern street, Vic- toria, became the bride- of Charles Edward Callow of. Seattle, son of, Mr. I'Vancis John Callow, The- church was filled -with" .a: largo assem- wedding guests; a ijd later in.any reception at tlie-homo pi A Gigantic Bargains tlie bride's parents! 'RoivJ. O. Inksler officiated at the ceremony, which was fully choral. "_: r r ENGAGEMENTS W. .JH-. FairlicW and James Murray loft today for Swift Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Hagan of this eity, announce the engagement ot i their youngest daughter Ainy Myrl, to I Mr. George Harold Mclvor of Calgary, Clcary aud daughter! tub'marriage to take place the latter Misa liilcen loll today for Wiuntncs' part of July. wlior'c f hoy'will spend a ooort time. I -j C. Mr.. T., L.-, Scott, whoso marriage.; took place--recently in Wlfinipeir, has j returned to the city with Mrs. Scott, and.liuvo.take.il up their residence at the Victoria SOCIAL Miss Agues-McDouell has sev- eretl her connection's with the Simp- son'. company; leaves tomorrow for Among those ivbo motored tou-Lakes for- tho holiday and week- (jnd are' .the following: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Harper at the dinner hour yesterday for Mrs. L. P. Dossc nud ftimily 'complimentary to their departure for Pcntlcton ve'ry shortly. e t The Wesley Ladies' Aid will raeel in the ladies' parlor of the church .on Thursday afternoou at 3 o'clock. Tbo Maple Leaf chapter O..B.' S. will A. C. Saiindors and the Misses Hoy; Messrs, tl. ,V. Ribbons and G. B. A., Illce, M. C. Mcltitosh, Mar- ]'leeL night at S o clock In Karet Gibbons anil Grace Fitzpatrich; the Masonic ball. welcome. '1 Al.. I regular monthly meeting oE the Sikokotoki Chapter I. 0. D. H'. will be 1 M.C. tiiiim. MIUUUEIS HIICI uracu j Mr.-and 5Irs. J. -Hufaer, 5lr. and Jlrs. I J. Livingstone. .Hie Misses A. Hufuer! The n and D.', Mossra. H, Sikokotc Jpucs. ..and 11, Nelson; Mr. C.' K. IjOckwood, Miss TtockTCOod, Mr. Charles E.Sydal. Mr. Frank Hed- ley, Mr. E. C. McKenzle and sister, ,11. G.- Clarke and broth'er-iu-laiv aud others. Jlr. II.'Moore and little daughters, of Frank, are spending a few days In the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mclilro.v. Mr. and Mrs. K. Alnsworth and chil- dren ami Miss Jackson arc spending the summer at their cottage, Water- ton Lakes. Mrs. Gco. r. Ilcalh left this morn- lug for .Nelson, D. t'., to he the guest of Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon. )G held tomorrow evening'at the Y. at S' The regular meeting of-the Baptist Woman's MlEsiou Circlo will be held Tuesday evening at 3.00. A. Eoclal half hour bo spent at tbe close of tho meeting. Xo. 3 Company Junior Guides will meet iu the school room at Knox church tonight at 7.30. Very Import- ant business. Tiie superintendent and nurses of Gait Hospital are holding their gradu- ation exorcises and dance on Tuesday, July 6th at S p.m. Those.in the gra- duating class arc4 Eva Mae .'Cox, Lil- Has McCalluro, Elizabeth Thomson, Sybil McMcekiu and Florence L. Mrs.-.3. .Iqiios has returned froin'j. C.'algary; she has been spending j tbe past ivccits. 1 Owing lo the inclemency of tho weather, Mies Ouerber wns unable to II. A. xicUolson of Toronto. Is! exercises in "Community tbo guest of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Hulton, Sixth avcnuo. ai Central school .today, but i Jh? Adsms park on Tues- I day, Thursday and Saturday. at 9.30, J. McCambly returned vca. at Central school grounds at torday from a motor- trip lo High Monday snd; rri- I day, to assist the children- .it is pocted that all.tbb pp.ronts :will co-'on- to Lafferty left on Satur- day for a two mouths' visit to" tho! cast aud will visit In -Sarnia, Detroit, i Cbk-ago-and Mtniioapolis. I crato and assist i. Never before have the ladles o! Lethbrldgc and district" had such an opportunity as in the coming three 'iMlsa Hobinsoa loIV 'today for tho and afd' and was accompanied bv Miss Tilompson us far as Duluth" fo sot CTUrEes "irotiBhont Canada Miss Thompson will then go by boat to'ssr- ?lld nia and from Toronto lo Montreal chorg0' ?liss II- N" trbm where 8ho will leave for llalifm. in home .nursing aud first I .schools 'of agriculture, 'Mrs. Joseph Young and Miss l.cail j ?nd McBoa% lnslruc- roung, returned from Calgary where they spent the holiday. school of i C. litisterbrook or Cowley. Alia., was a visitor In the city over; tlio weekend. 1 i WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION DEFEATED IN GERMAN HOUSE WEbniNfK; WEUDINQS ;'l WON'T HAVE CANDIDATE Y HALIFAX, July n convention X' j a! representatives of tho United HOLMKS Albert Carl and Ellen S. llolnlcs wore iniltwl lir marriage on July 3rd' by Blsnop George W. Orcou. Tbo bridal couple left for Calgary and i Banff, wbere they will spend ihelr! liqucyuiooit.1 they will reside in WAKKLEN; I Tho look place at th'o Kyk-' topal dhnrdi, Calgary' on July 2nd, of Dornthy Mnuii Wakclcn, of Loth-' and Archibald (ilerclanil Slew-] art, of, Klafrara-ou-thc-Lakc, Dean Pa- sol oRldillng, -.They will laka'.npj their residence at Niagara on-the-Latei dining August. era of Halifax county, beld at JJarl- nioiilh on Saturday, it was decided not to put candidates In llio fleln at Iho approaching provincial clccli.on. Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will KHl MODI S8 WQPTH Z' iiiv r. Quietly Saturdsy morning July 8rd, n.SL Patrick's church, the Rev. Falh-> Catherine'- Cjtan to SoU by ctt -Mr. and n. .T.'Mi-fnfit'nli.' I Dnj GtOCerS And V- .Gincral Slprca rne s, of ;-Mr. and.Mrfl; D. J. Mcfntoeh. Oriiori'- ''Xiiihiny Tlie July Sales are a demonstralion of this store's effort to give maximum merchandise values to its patrons at' lower prices while there is yet time to receive much wear from goods purchased. Every effort is being made to lower the cost ofliving. How successful the final results will be is as yet uncertain, hence it behooves eveiy woman to take advantage of reductions made during the July Sales. Children's Ceats Must Go Every model In stock is plati- cd on sale during this event. Materials .are, mostly serges, velours and.tweeds. All regular J10.00 U> o 114.50 for All regular to o Cfl. {20.00, for......... 1J.3U All regular J21.50 to 1 n rA for il.JU White HabDiai Waists Pin tucked fronts, high and low neck. Regular for neck. Regular D.UU The New Pullevers These sweaters liave "angora collars, V-neck with a smart lit- tle bolt. Regular fS.50 to ?9.50, for O.DU Girls' Wboi Jersejr Dresses Reduced A limited number in sizes 10 lo 15 years, to scli at these spe- cial prices. Regular for ..-..........r... Regular 14.50 18.50 Sensational Values in Women's Dresses GROUP of georget- te, crepe de cblne .and taffeta, llegular, to 150.00. To clear at GROUP ot serge- and wool Jersey.' Regular to To clear nn fn nl 66.aU iiressesVof georget- te, taffeta, crepe'de-chine, serge and wool jersey. Regular to To clear n ff A A GROUP. of .taffeta and silk poplin.. Kerilar 524.50 10: {32.00. To Clear 1 7 House Dresses A big ranee to chooso from. Oood quality print and ging- hams, -trimmings are in contrast- ins materials. All sizes. Regular and J5.06. n for 6.3D Women's llungalow Aprons Women's Bungalow Aprons- made in a. roolay style of neat- patterned prints. Reg- i A A ular Price l.UU Children's and Misses' Outing Skirts In senrleaible cotton goods', plain and pleated styles. Sizes 6 to 16 years. Prices, o fti 6.DU A Bargain in Children's Wash Dresses In good serriceable- Wash Prints, well sown ?nd neatly trimmed. Slzos 4 to 14 years. To clear 1 The Underwear aid Hosiery Depts. Are Crammed With Big Valiei WOMEN'S MUSLIN NIGHT- Daintily trimmed tad well sown garments; two styles. Regular for Regular for EIFFEL MAID COMBINATIONS of fine dimity In the athletic style. Butlonless, fasten with ribbon shoulder Very comfortable, .two styles. Regular }2.95 and 53.25, o for WOMEN'S Tight and loose knee- styles, ja a fine elastic knit. Regular to for'..' 43C WOMEN'S Short ca and sleeveless .styles, in! elastic rib cotton. While ffioy last, 3for l.UU CORSET Two quatlt- les in whits cotton- lace', trim- med. Alt -sizes. Regular oi? bOc.for JJC Regular 75c and SoCj tor r'A OUC WOMEN'S cotton knit. Short steeres and sleeveless. Regular 65c to j 75e, for CHILDREN'S BLACK RIBBED strong and Jist color. Today's price about S5o pair. Sizes 9, and 10. We shall clear out 20 dozen al, pair CHILDREN'S COTTON HiS- BED sizes. This Is a special purchase and are Tfry cheap at the marked price. la black, white and brown. Regular prices 35c to.45c pair. For this sale-, pair, 29c to CHILDREN'S LISLE RIBBED quality. Sites. 714 to 10 only. Regular price 65o pair. Black only. While 'tbey last, pair SILK grey and champagne only. Sizes S14 to 10. Regular price and worth. For this sale, AO pair....................v IWC Big Values in Men Boys Wear MEN'S SUITS rtEGULAK ?32.50; for HEGULAU J37.50, for.............. HBOULAIl ?-I5.00, REGULAli'ViV.io, for REGULAR J55.00, for HEGULAR for.............: 3tf.OO 36.0a 44.00 52.00 'BOYS'SUITS Iu fancy light and unrk mixed twcods. for SECULAR JH.75, for REGULAR ?16.0v, for REGULAR for REOl'LAIl ?20.00, 10.20 12.50 13.60 15.70 17.00 BOYS' WASH SUITS 1.40 2.20 2.80 3.20 4.80 2.50 1.00 WE'VE SLASHED PRICES ON SUITS AND COATS ALL REGULAR, J65.00, for ALL TO ALL far ALL REXlULAtf.'jSS.OO TO Aft' 42.50 45.00 newestj'malerials and the best of the season's styles are all included in this offering. This season's models in velour, polo cloth, gabardine, tricotlne and serge. Full, tnree-quirter and sports length models with narrow leather bait. RE3GULAR' TO REGULAR ?75.00 TO J82.50, for.......................-... IlECULuVn tn AA REGULAR OC A A 11EGULAR ?33.50, 45.00 50.00 Special, in Suede Coats 4 ?UEDE COATS..Regular {SO.OO. In hcaullfiil shades of green and French grey. An ideal coat for smart, occasions. AA For OD.UU for Tweed Coat Soap TWEED COATS, ncgular Three-quar- ter length, helled and trimmed 'tvith i Q largo buttons. To clear at PIECE GOODS SECTION Additional Specials for Rapid Clearance Daring This Sale SILK REMNANTS for.1............... IlECrUUAR fur REGULAR 53.50, for................ REGULAR REGULAR ?G.OO, for............... MEN'S Regular for, pair.. MEN'S BOc. 3 pairs for MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. AA Regular each MEN'S'. ular suil for, n Art suit...................Z.UU. GAUNTLET WORK Regular for, nr Men! You Should Take Advantage CORDUROY PANTS A guaranteed. quality. Regular ?8.00 for, lty. c AC ir.. U.iJO UNBEATABLE VAL- UES IN MEN'S STRAW AND PANAMA HATS 1.95 !2.25 .3.15 4.00 Jlcgulaf Slraws ior.............., llc-jular Straws for........ licKUliir Pana- mas for ilcgular {5.00 Pana- mas for Hegular mas Ladies' Silk Hosiery In grey nud champagne only, AJI sizes. Regular valus 100 pairs lo clear sf, Dress of dainty floral Voiles. Just to.hand. These wero Bhip- ped about two mouths late and we shall-mark them..at cost to clear. In white ground >mth pint roso buds; blue grounds with pink and Belgian ground with 40 inches wide." Worth yard. 15 PIECES OF CHOICE VOILE.. All I D Luxury Tnx, Ono size robo trunk with S hangers, ii drawers. Marlted buf. today. July Clrfrrrmco Sale Wilton In good colors and patterns. Sizes 27i54 Inches 38iS3 inchca. To cloar at 25% discount for the July Clearance Sale. During Iho July Clearance Sale, we will clear our slock of stair and hall carpeting at 25 per cent, diicount. SMALL RUGS FOR THE DEM OR BEDROOM Size Axminstor, Reg- ular July Clear- fn anco Salo 1.0? Size AxmlnsttV. UOK- ular July Clear- ni ar.cc Sale One only, Oagular 7 Aft JS.76. Sato ItUU Floor Coverings Extra special values are of- fered to maintain our suggestion that It Is real economy to buy 'liberally during the July Clear- ance Salo. Great Savings ia the Shoe Dept Ladies' White Boots These are 'really high, grade shoes' with leather eoies, 9-Inch. tops, medium, Loais and walk- ing heels. Kegular price- up to jo.oo. Sale Prices All sites up to 8. Fieetfoot and Outing Shoes We carry a full range of the Plcctfoot and Outing shoes for tho whole family. You ivill need some ot these shoes for the holi- days. Our prices are the lowest in the city. Compare our prices. Ladies' Puflnps Misses' Pumps Boys' Child's Pumps Extra Specials On Ladies' White. Oxfords and Pomps There are silly pair of high grade- sampler, a. beautiful se- lection of styles, medium, Louis of walking heels. They are all displayed on the tables tombr. row morning. Values up to Js.OO.' and 3, i and Come early. Children's Footwear 7, Underpriced Tliese are a lot o{ samplfa with leather or rubber soles.. .-.Sizes up to 13. Regular price up. to (3.50. -i mr Salo Prico 1.4D. i Sale Price 1.DO, Men, Don't Miss These Bargains Per lineal yard Htavlcst iiuality Linoleum hag been very hard to get, but we were fortunate in getting a few rolle. Get yours now while' yon can havo tho choice o( the good patterns. 2 yards wide, Per lineal yard o OA J.JU GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 42c 35c Molasses, Domolco, No. an 5 size tins, each ......OUC Domolco, Xo. 2 in size, tins, each WC. Barrlngton Soluble Coffee, in glass Jar, cr each................. OOC Sunlight Soap, largo size 10 for Soap Chips, per 1.05 JJQ. Soap, lafgo size cakes, i Urapc Kuts, 2 packets for................... ICcllogg's Corn Flakts, tho grcon packol, Z for llolbrook's Vinegar, Urgo size bottle, tach CrOsso Blackwell's Vinegar, nize bottle, each PHONES 313 and 1513 The Firm for Service MILLINERY SPECIAL All Season's Models to Clear HALF PRICE and Brown Shoes. Regular Jj.00, n np Salo Price WORK SHOES ot solid leather Hcgular up to SS.OO. Salo prices to MEWS oness Drown and black calf, a bcauliful rango of styles. Values up to o Ar Priro 0.3 D Ladies' and Growing Girls' Pumps With uilkinj. moJIum or I-Yench hecla. Kid. gunmotal aud leathers. Ilegular prices up lo JS.OO. Salo prices to ;