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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY THE LEfHMUDCE; DAILY HERALD FACE ELEVEN MILABI lire. T.-51. StiocboUiim wilt uol re- leive tils' coining Wednesday, nor ugaiu this season. Jimes Ftskleft yesterday for Calgary to attend the wedding of her f -1% iMra. George D." Dunsworth and tho and Zen Dunsif orth bVrc returned from Calgary. Mr. J, Ritchie Patterson fcill learo Iho city on July 15th for Scotland, go- liiz .via'-tho Great Lakes to Montreal Mr. (iiid Mrs. R. Donald, of Victoria aro thcicuest: st-: the home of'their j for tho Poanst left on iiatufdiy !or the Wai lace ranch. i- Mr. 'and .Mrs. J..J. BasVerr.ilie as their their ileces, the Miss- es'Kaie Uessio Langlll, of'Winui- pee. Miss J. Blxby, of was the of Misi D. Hilling .will re grct to hear that she !sj confined to her homo with Jtlt.' Lewis .Nobleford waiia week-end visitor in the city; Mrk J. H. Wallace and Mrs. W. V" When You Get tired as a dog" and sfeep is full ,tif, Bghy dreams you heed Baskcr- ucst at the home of JnyjJ; Ji illo for :i lew 'Mrs. W. Q. McMaien and daughter iadys, of Calgary, ariS.ylsiting friends i the Ebeo Kerr from the Calgary. fair. Mre.-A: Gordon Geari.and daughter Audrey have returned from Italey-. Messrs. R. G. Allen I...N. Cascaddcn.and J. A. Somajcrs spentra fen-days -In Calgary Banff. Mr. C. Boultoa and W. Slullln have M'IES Flett. has returned lo the city from Miss Sutherland, who has spendine the week-end In Calgary, has returned. Grace Carson, formerly society eiiltress of tho Lothbridge Herald, was the recipient of ,a silver bag on the occasion of her severing connections with this paper. Mr. Hav- old 0. Long, news editor, made the presentation in the editorial rooms and expressed the deep regret felt by her former: compahlons-of the-staf at' her departure. Mrs. Carson- and sister, Miss Mildred Prowse.' Vlef' yesterday afternoon Island fo: a short "visit- with their be CHURCHES AHO SOCIETIES 4 Ladles' Aid of Ihe United church are holding an ice cream so- cial In the hall on Friday evening, commencing at S o'clock. A cordial iuviUllon is extended to all. Mrs. Cope-', convenor of the system- atic giving committee, will in Knoi church lo receive collections on Thurs- day: afternoon .ut 340. Will the col lectors please bo as' prompt KS. pbe- slble. Tho Major Jack Uoss Chapter, I. O. D. will hold their third of a scries of dances tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at the- exhibition pavilion. The Cannoneers Jazs band will provide. the usual good musk-. July 14-15-16 are Iho 'dales of the free lecture course, to be giveu In the Y. M. C. A. by selected government Inslructesses, These dally courses commence at 2.30 p.m. and the- ladies of Ltthbrldge are asked For Early Morning Stoppers on Wednesday avail themsclres of_thls .opporlunl'.y ic..hear .those'' A Further Cut in Our Low Prices for the Half Day fore leaving on'- Thursday for l. kane, Seattle and Vancouver. po Fatigue fc the result of poisons produced by exercise or failure to digest food proper- and ;efiirunajte: it: Ampje Water m Lake 1 .ion.for'Fine Sensational Values in tiie Dress Goods and Staple Depts. AGREAT COMFORTER SNAP Mrs. Sydney Houlton. who attendei the recent .international teinperano conference has been 'ad dressing meetings, o tempe'rance thro.uEhoutj Engtaml. Dur ing Jul'yv she 'will a'ddre.35 meetings a Tunbrldge- Wells V and Boxmorers 4 The new fall suits show jackets In (3i and lengths. of Hip siilts ihow straight others have a snug-bodice -with -the-sklrl Bee- tion slightly gathered. Fur trimming the; titeness of- Iho season :he no "as 'orehanded -with the season's- prosrani for this year as in previoUB years. The recent ivanu t. TV cath'er and-the fact that there is ample water in the lake for boating and swimming has. waken- ed things up, and..It that from now on the club will be; very ac- liro in the' hiattcr sports afid social festivities: 'V At a general ineetmg held. In the spring: tho following oflicera were elected: President, R. A. Smith; vice-presi- dent, R. Barrowman; commbdorc, Dr. Thomson; D.' .R. Dijon; with an eieciitlve cbniriiittee consisting of A. Smith, George Mc- Killop, K. A. Crawfordi Bowman. Miss Norn Macleod and iliss D. Smith.. It was then decided to mako the .fees, for ,th? Eiason as fol- v' Men, _ Fauiily; Bout nnder 14; >1.CO. Lockers, according to size. Sir.'-P. B. No.'503 Block, city) orary Dtcnio will- be- held at- ther.bont house on Wednesday next..the 7lh in and embroidery are much in.evidence.! slant, at 6 o'clock. The ciub will sup ply teaj milk and sugar, and members are requested to bring their own eal ablesiand utensils. The picnic wil SOCIAL be followed by a general meeting which a program for the season's test! Beautiful Women Sot iety, durlngthe put yeuri haverclftd upon it for thttr dUtln. Subbed appciniKe. The '.soft, refined, pearly wTiilc .complexion It repdeis is the (ource of njtterrnj 'comment Oriental Cream IJs-.i'Meli 'hon0r'at.t-a -Udwel "Ehower Miss Eertha Shirley.'. .Those present were tho Jiisees Starling, B. Bpulton. B. Boultpn, Sclliins. Hatch ;nnd NT. WeV S'V I L' "f >i the Music anil'Arts; concert July 1st. Lcth- brldgo musicians took part. A large audience present to he'ar the pro.- gram. Among .other'; Viva. Elton .played', "Lieljeslraume'' Notturno Llw.t'; sell Konneily'sane arto Vissi d'Amoro" from the" opera "Too- ca" and Leo M. Coombs sang "The Birth of Horn" (in .Eng- lish) by I.boni. "Elucovtin" Ic" Stella" (in Italian) from "Tosca" by Puccin- nl.jand the last act in Aida '.'Morir! si pura c iiclla" duet with Marlon Stroyosky, dramatic'.: soprano. have about 200 good Chintz arid Silkaline covered 'Comforters, large size, in artis- tic colorings, regular each and many-worth {8.50 each to clear in this sals at CRCh 5.49 Buy Flannelette Sheets Now This -winter the iprlce of these goods mil be boosted high Now' is tho time to savo real money. large size, white only, loda> s prico ?57o each Our price, pair medium sises, 95 Our prlcff, pair single [bed size, 5360, Julj Clearanco pa'- U i eal saving and aitsed if jou are worth 3.69 worth 2.89 neletle Sheets V in need of Fl- 1 1 i Ladies' Monarch Silk Slt-K HOSE In blacky. nigger, -savana, white all worth pifi1 -I lift 1.1 ofl pairs to clear at Women of All Ages and Times Ask your mother, aunl, grandmtitber, they irill tell you of folks they have known ivho were cured of the many distressing, pfu.nful diseases which occur in most women's lives, by taking Dr. Picrce's Favorite Prescription, which is sold by druggists, in both fluid and tablet form. 'What women soy: i! Tillsonburg, "I found Dr. Pierce's Prescrip- tion an excellent medicine for the ailments cf -'omsa. I be- come.very xvcak and nervous. I was just miserable wfcftn I bejjan taking ttio 'Favorite Prescription'- and it prored most-beneficial. H so completely restored me to health that I neve'r any return of this GEO. WALKER, P. O. Box 490. London, "In my early mhrried life- I -was very frail and delicate, I ivas feeling exceedingly weak and miserable when a friend advised me to take a bottle oE Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- scription, From the very start I felt new strength and vitality. I fcol certain that had I not taken this wonderful woman's tome and builder just when T did T would never have been the happy Diother litfit I J1KS. JOHN DANBY, 189 Ann Street. Brampfon, "About, five years ago I began suffering with' 'woman's trouble. I became all run-down, weak and I completely down and out that I could do anything, could scarcely dress myself. I had the doctor and took other :medicinfc but 'without getting better until I began taking jiPierce's Favorite Prescription and his Golden Medical Discovery. Jt was only necessary for me to talte about three bottles when I was completely restored lo.liimllii wul slretiglli." MRS, HAKRY- KNIGHT, Jessie Sf, Vities will be ilecltled on, and a com jnlttcc appointed to carry the sam out. The program wjll iirovlds for arjiis tic'sports and regattas, and also io club dances during -the season, an it is expected that ii dance coramitte will lip appointrf which will hav full charge of the social program. Everybody Interested, whether men licrs or not, is cordiilly invited t attend both-the picnic and the meet ing. The club house is well equipped with all conveniences and a consider; able amount of work lias been done: (he grounds which are now ad- miralily sn'ilcd for picnics', The -hallilne this year should lio very good Indeed; the wntcr la high and fresh and great things are hoped of tho now weed-culler which has bein specially dcsigncil by Coramia- sioncr Freeman for the purpose of cut; tins down the weeds which have in rovious years hcen the one draw.-. ack to tbo lake whctlicr for swini- icrs or canoeists. With tho weed nuisance eliminated he lake should be used more this car ttmn over before as it provides he citizens of I.cihbrWgo the oprpr- mlty of obtaining healthful- recrca- ion during the hot wcnthcr when thp J cat renders almost any other liiml, t sport out of the question. j ORTLAND LIKED THE MOUNTIEfi'j OTTAWA. July sovernor of ho stole of Oregon has telegraphed o the government his appreciation ot sending from Vancouver of a small' detachment ot Koya! Canadian Mounted Police to take part in nternallonal cclcbr.illons at 1'ortlnnd, )regon. "Xo visitors lo says lie telegram, ever crestwl the ino' impression or won tho hearts of he whole peoplo as they have Tlio Vancouver city police band ac- companied Iho detachment. r Chintz and SilkaEne CHINTZ and SILK ALINE for covering comforters, bojres, etc, 36 ir'-'ics wide, in several shad- '39c price 4 To clear at Real Dimity Bedspreads REAL DIMITY BCD8PREAD8 Get the real thing; you will be satisfied every time yoii look at it. We have a splendid assort- ment from ?4.69 to 7 each Best Canadian Prints BEST" CAN AW AN PRINTS in great assortment, worth 4Sc; per Bhie Galatea BLUE GALATEA in navy with wuito stripes, about 0 de- signs to'select frbhi, all fast colors for boys' blouses and house inches wide; rCRular price 55c yard; -July Clearance, yard Cotton Suiting COTTON SUITING. Gabardins etc., values up to to clear July: sale per'yard Crepe Soiting CREPE SUITING; a real no velty; something different to ginghams; comes in attractive plaids with crepe-effect; good wearing; regu- lar prico yard; July Clear- ance Sale. 1. per yard REMNANTS! Wo are having a great Rem- nant Sale. The prices have been cut right down and every- body is pleased. There still plenty of useful lengths left nt HALF PRICE THE NEWEST VOILES ri Large assortment from Regular to ?145; price, yard ............-..........98e RcgulRr 'sale price, Regular sale price, .Regular to sale price, yard AHRACTIVE PRICES READY-TO-WEAR Smart Little 99 CA DRESSES from I2S.50 to The materials are wool Jertey, taffeta and serge. You wlir be pleat- ed at vide range of styles (or se- lection, also ot the quality ot the materials used. Space does no't al- low ot description, but