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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHB1UDGB DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, Jl'LY 0, 1810 MILADI Everyone Who Takes Advantage of This Great Reduction Event Can Save Dollars The MISMS Donna anil Ada Murray eatiTUilncil at J vroy pleasant-anil in- coinuanyMrj. MacKlnlObU and family ton. Junior, are and Mrs. L. M. Johuslone for a few Sir. Mrs. J. B. Terrill and Miss Terrill are spending a sum- holiday 'Walerlon I.ikis I'-hero they have, taker a cottage. Mr Norman Illginbolhain bas re turned 10 Ihe clly from McGlll I'ui lersity lo spend Hie summer wl'h his mis. pare 11 r and Mrs A. Southard visi-j tu.'lho i-ity'and Calgary this afternoon. Jlr. alld Mrs. )1. A. Drcany of Sedse- T-li-i, Alta.. vislliug in Ibo clly r.lth Mn. W. on lliolr home from Ihe east. i Canon and W. V. McXIillen are tors In Iho clly. from Lethtrldgc. lo Ihe coast. o WEDDINGS fti r.- SAUNUKIlK-WOBKENnERU Al Knox churcli manse yesler'U> Julv Stii ll'C llc-v. A. H. Decoon united In "malriniuny MUs ElizaUlu Chris tine llobkenbcrg Saunders, both of Milk Illv.cr, formal lea hour yesterday in honor ol llieir gucsl. Miss Grace Wilsuu of I Medicine Hat. t. STATEMENT .J rt o lislt G ry Albertan. ;unnor R It- McUcth or tlic 4 7Sth ff Proceeds of .Midsummer Kollies .iclil ,at the Exhibition June ZOlh, and Sir. A. James 1319, umler joint applies of Tlie Mr Alexander Gait Chapter and Slkoko-, .oke fliaptcr. Imperial Order Uaugl tors of the Empire. IIKCEII'TB Only Five and a Half More Days ol triis July Clearance Sale, and to wind same up we are clear ng ou All Oddments, bringing savings of .he utmost importance lo man, woman and child ,n and nea' The been placed on these lines to effect a complete clearance of these stocks that have been depleted so as lo clear them out entirely before our end of July CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i- C Maple Leaf Chniitor No. 7 uud Coal- dole Cbaplcr O. K. S. arc holding :i Joint picnic on Friday iif.crnoon next, July Jim, Dominion Kipen- mental Kami. Cars from ihe city will leave the Masonic Club rooms. Domm ion DIock al and again at C.lo nuto owners willlng-lo place their Cash at door Tickets sold Smokes.................. Check Room............... Japanese Tea Itoonl Tlie Uctter 'Olc........... I Total EXPENDITURES Women for washing dishes Caretaker al Ex. Building Music J783.35 Tea lines for a lew days with brolher ,lr Jack Mcllelh. C. Hooker and a ,amc C. Harvey (believed to bo a ni'sprinl lor Harvey Schweitzer) also -'-re aboard the Cassandra and should ich Calgary abonl loday. J. Frost r.rrircd on the Bailie and should reach Calgary about loday also. Friends of Arthur R. Morgan will lie pleased lo hear lie has arrived in ihe cast from overseas and will be home 'n aboul ten days. P. H. Toll is leaving ihc cily toiay for Ills home in Walkorvills, Onl. Hrig.-Oencral and Mrs. GrieiWii will leave sliorlly for Ibcir home in IMmonton Ottawa Journal- T Local is post- The rc-Eular Council- of Women; wfiio'h '-wi Honed in order lo lieaT renorls of dele- gales lo the St'Rc- be held i'n -C. A. on Friday al Crystal Dairy Transfer .Wilson Ilorue.. Carpenter Greenfield's Lid..... Leliibriilen Herald Sign Painting on Friday a large number of Wqineri.'wllhliE.urej- sign cnl as this meeling.iE open to thtfpub-j i. lie Mrs. 'Alex'. Smith. Mrs" L. city ol LeihliridEC will ive liau.ilion and Mis3 will give rcncjrls of llin proceeulnBE at llic an- nual meeting. PIIOKITS On Smokes .and Mrs. lleo. Robinson ilntl Ull IAny of llie executive r.f r.lie Local Room Council ol Women who can attend are, Tca itooin asked lo lie at Ibc iiiccllng in the Tnc Heller 'Ole. city ha" lonighl ul S.30, when ar- fal imlly of -7lh .Avn. are camping- at! MR to lie made for Ihc Wn'terton Lakes this vvoek. cjiy-s peace celebration of July IBlh. R-'E. Hcrber.l and Mrs. II. A. MrMillan are visitors at Wnterton Miss HaEfll. of Lellibridgc. who wa5 In foe cily for a short limo in allcnd- aricc al (lie Sunday school sessions be ing" held reulrned to honiei-CaJBiry Alberlan. her The boys of.-Ihc. Uniicd Church lo Ihc nuniher of luirly-five nru having a Jolly good time, camping in Ihe river bulloin Ihia week. They arc In charge of Mr. llodglu and Pie. H. Ingram. 'The boys will bo pleased lo sec cnls and friends visit -any. Tolfll Sir Alexander Oslt Slkokotokc Chapter S512.90 v y'v .CHURCH NOTICE They will bo received royally Stevens and Mrs. .Norman wlio ire'leaving ihe o.i'y shorlly are being the Next-of-Kin Assoc- iitlon tonlghl at. the home of Mrs. Wnl. Smith: Sutlon, -Miss }lclen Lelhbridge ind llie Miss-s Inn and Realty sojl lefl Mondav'evening for Toronto. where will UkeTup vocational Calgary Herald, Knox lo communion will be church loniBbl al S o'clock will i meeting ,of Calgary Shrinors under Chlel Rah liin J. S. McCammon arc planning -ilfal OldfaBhljOned Picnic al Bowncss Hark on Wednesday, July 1C. Mi.-s ilplla-Kenny lias lefl for l.elh hrlilgc. whore "she will join n parb who nrc leaving for the Harrison !lol .Herald, the officers lor the 'ensuing term Ready-to-Wear Satin WASH BKlRTS-We bave only eielit left now ia your chance In get a bargain.. Wo aro giving Ihosc clgln .away at iht jov. pike of Regular Sll.50.................. VfaJ Two lieautilul'SlLK SWEATERS; ono roae'and .while, ihe olher fand and Regular J2S.50- 1 Q 7C Sale Price 1O.J J WH1TB VOILE .WAISTS in round and V i'-nocM; prellyjembroldered fronts and allover embroidery; regular 1 ?3.75; Salo Price ItVJ Don't you a WHITE SKIUT for this warm wcaiuer? A beautiful Hue of repps and gaberdines in stripes and wide, chucks. Several different styles; sale prices: }2.r. lor 5220; for J2.40; for S3.00-. I JC.OO for 51.SO; J7.25 for 5iSO; fS tor ?6.0D. i jSllk Shot IJXDERSKIRTS in rcJ and I and brown; regular Qr 1 Sale Price CHILDREN'S WASH COATS, prettily Embroidered lu blue and pink; sizes 1, 2. I 1 and regular -O 1Q I Sale Prico CHILDHEN'S CLOTH COATS in coven, i serge and sizes and prices; go- fe ;higonsdle. at HALF PRICE I Five nice warm SWKATBHS al a lilt; s bargain; while wilh biaclr nnd while col- H lars and cuffs; one red and black; I brown and black; values to Cflft Sale 3 A splendid ranee of MIDDIES for ladies 1 and children; some bulloned on should. 1.-, plain colors willi. pining of v.-hilc; H oihefs.'butloneii dowji, ffqut; sizes 3 to 14 s years1; prices- rniiBlng E'- T iTrdiiyV-llnSioL- BLOUSES with rouiiii and V neck.. emliroidered and somp M KiUi cmlrbldersu-'fronts; sizes -1' QQ 3fi lo 42; JUJiF S Don't forgel- the ,ble bargains in COR- H SETS All our besl corsets in this lot; ff, regular JC.50'to-SS.SO- O QC B J bcaullflil SILK SWEATEUtS, Dry Goods Dept. A linal clean up of NEW NECKWKAH in- cluding seu, collars in long effects, and round and square styles: regular price 79c lo 49 C July Clearance, each All odd makes'jfif CllOCHKT COTTON' in white, colors and ecru, all sizes; regular to 71.- July Clearance sale, ipool A great SHBBTINO BARGAIN'; 12 inch While Sheetlilf. good medium weight; 'strong thread; regular prlc.e "So yd Cn_ July Clearance OOV; 1000 yards WHITE LONG CLOTH. 30 inches; "perfectly pure; regular 30c yard; July Clearance QOp 1 yards lor Juu Ladies' while SILK L1SLH HOSE; j.1 really hiuii class make; all perfect; all sizes; regular price lioc ASc July Clearance i-rice, pair.......... A sreat clearance of N'BW SILKS includ- ins iaffela, wash satins. and salins; all 3C inches wide; regular values from 52.55 lo -l OD Julv Clearance Sale, yard I.JO LADIES' GLOVH SILK 1IOSB in size Sit only; black ;md colors; the hignes'. cla'ss makes; regular price 13 pair; l nn Saturday Special, pair........... final clean up of .NOVELTY SILKS, including ulaids. checks and stripes; res. to CQr July Clearance Price, yard All GABAHD1NES nnd PIQUES.' Voiles and .Muslins will be ercally reduced loi Ihe 'lasl PRINTED CREPE in dalnly designs ol rosebud and checks; 27 inches wide; all fast colors': res- Price COc July Clearance Sale, yard Dig Increase'is Announced by 'ViAVO oeamiiui atuiv a rose and Ihc''other sand; regii- ID "TC S2S.50; Sale..Pcic8 Silk COMBINATION'S; laco Irim- very d'aiilly 'and prelly; sizes 31. lo J Qg "coifl we jiavo for you in CORSETS Diva and Itoyal Worceslcr, the best llie market today. P.e- Eular prices .53.55 lo ?4.00 2 28 COATS, an our children's coals going, at d Sir Auckland f'o Limit Profits LON'DOX, July Annuiinccmcnl by 'Sir Auckland Qeddca, mlnisler of ro'conatruclion. in the house of com- nio'ns loday, thai Ihe govcrnmenl li coal Largest Crop on Record Will Uc Harvested South of the Line July" tion forccasls of the counlry's prin- cipal farm crops calinialQii on the condition ot the crops. July 1, yen anpounced loday by Ihc'dcnprlmcnt o agriculture, as in millions of Winler wheat Spring wSeat All wheat I.Corn Oals ,839 lo'clded lo'raise Ihe price ot coal I" Swcct polaloea...... he-consumer by six to'i; jn'Juiy Kv caused a sensallon among Ihc'i members. Andrew nonar Law, j n (jovernrncnl leader, inlcrvcning In Ihe procecdinsa, said Iho govcrnmc.nl rec- ognized Ihc seriousness of the coa, filualionlund llial dehato on It would tako place Monday nexl. In makinf Ills nnnoiinccmonl, Sir Auckland said It was hoped lhal the increase of six shillings, would meet iiic increased east of payment of stan- dard wnges. tile reducllon of liodrs nnd i OQO aci Hie- reduction, of shlfl. Thjs increased 4. ryc gB 7 toil of fuel, he roinlci! out, obviously] ivduld seriously hamper manufactur- ers' and cvporl Us effect 301 331 102 pounds 13.2 42.5 lie tons 15G 24.5 51) Tiiai is Purpose of a Kill Intro duccil Uy, Kansas Repre- sentative WASHINGTON. July prcai dent of Ihc Unilcd.SlalCH would npl be during Ills Icrm of olTice 10 lesvc'the connlry or lo norforra tlie lulies ot his oirice. except WaSli- a bill introduced today iv Hcprcsentallve Caropliell of Kan- sas, chairman ot the house rules com- mlltec. President. Busy WASHINGTON, July President Wilson relumed.lo his desk today at- ter an absence of four months al the peace conference, to find sncli a mass of official business Ihnt it probably will he iwo wcekj before he can start on his tour of Iho counlry, .apea.king for Ihe treaty of peace and the league i of nations. I Plans for Hie trip have not yet liccn 1 completed, but it was snid nl tlic While House lhat Ihe prcsldenl .would arrange his schedule so as lo reach the F.iciflc oCnsl at the lime of Ine arrival Ihere of Iho newly crealed Pacific flcel, which is to slarl from Ilaraplon RoaoB for San Kranclsco on 'Saturday, July 15. children-'s'piQiJB" AND "STRAW HATS silll n fW letl, a big bargain; come, anil onV before 'they all 60...HALF PRICE If you've used fobmWood You know that Apples Apples (commcrdal) Peaclins........... Condition of llie crops on July 1 nnd rrop ncruagcs not previously announc- ed Winler ivhcal SS.O per ccnl ot a nor- mal; spring wheal S0.9; com S6.1 and oals S7.0; barley potalocs Si.G-and sweet iiotalocfi iiu.I nr era and cvporl busings, 115 eiitti would be very serious upon llie Lanca r.lilro concerna, ho flddcd. Tlic mlnlsler nho.polnlcd out lhat Iho1 profil? of Ihc colliery owners would lit-ilimited In accordance with llic rc- of llie Snnkey mining commission to one shilling two pence n ton. PAItlS, July executive com- millec of the general labor federation H...O, ni llec ot tnr, general 000 ncrcs; tobacco S3.1, and consider plans for Hie IT.- dnrl 1 ftn Ofin acres: I Tnet 9. demonstration strike. Jnly a, wncn Inboi- mcil.ol France, llRiy nnd Gre.il llritaui. -ire to pratcst lasainsl allied Intor.vcntlon In Russia. RATIONS FOR i Consldcralllo op'ppalllon .is Ijflnf LIBERAL CONVENTION] shown lownrd Uio movement, nccttnl- ling (o the raornlliK-ncwsiiapers, OTTAWA lub- l.SOO dcle-l Ully.by llin railwny vyoi-kcrs. Ihe (sic i-alcs arr. lo-.oH'oiHl'ihe nat plione works and Ihe Wjojf Lllxrnl fonvchllon 10 bf held ion and llicre Is a pojalblllty tnal me acres; flax 13.5 and acres; rice JO.O and 508.1100 51.1; apples oG.G; pcacea'pCi.O, BIO PREPARATIONS FOR 1 POLK SUCCEEDS LANSING July ..jn'iorai I'olk, umlcr-jeerelm-y of.'slate, .ftuwltk Hflli'-where not li a Tlie tnncllonarlca' congrcas. al.il meeting voted In livor o transforming .nil asSocJallo.ns (inlo tslcreit tradj unions. icrldcd alBo-t'o afTllla'.o !n" nrlft'cln'. tin- general labor rcdernlinn, 9ilb onlMi rlfi'clnlfl ROBIN t FLOUR feeeadu we biij only the w wheat 'bom tbe Blind H right here on thfc praum iin our rrugnificent modem Ml price, and H ther Iwo RoUn Hood Floui iota ttot thoroughly jvo- Order a trial tact from foer deala toJop.' 39c Final clearance of1 Ladies' Silk and Lisli GLOVES, all sizes, values up lo PQ' fl.75: End oi'Sale Price, Iiair