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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S.YITRPAY..JL-LY 1'AGE ELEVEN MILADI Claihifd To lie I'amilics of Men Already Residents of the Province PERSONAL i Mra. John C. Dsss iaa'relurned (rom B vlsll In ilia Slates. I Sir jQtil and Uaiiy Earillc'r ot ire in the city lorjho uo-k-cbd aud are, (he fwefa ot.Cspt I.. -M.'pnd Mrs. Jububion It (tielr homo pu llV Are. i .Vtirilcc Slite'r of Ihls cliy. returned to Canada on the' Bnl- liresi (it Britain. which docked at Queliei on July Mrs: J. D: JJlElnbolnam Aod damn- Miss Marjorle tnd .Maiy aiid Miirlel' reached home thlg havlqs Spt nl ino winter In California. 'v- Mrs. Uletclier, of Port Hopo, via has been a euest at the liome ol lier eon. Mr. H. Blclthcr. is leaving nltli. Miss blelcher am) -Miss Hok's for the coual 10 spend the sum. ".Mr-'I-yu. euglneer at the Uill Collieries, 'Uihlirldee. with Mrs. Wright and laailr. motored up to visit his liroilier.j Jlr, D. i'l. -Wright, an 1 ramaln for a Tew Deer Advocate. Mrs. McLJGJIana, Mtss Odone and 3lm arc visitors M ilils. v u. anil family-re turned' ycslerday from Vancouver after spending tho.irinier In iho cHleB; Alrs.-'.Rylands Improved' u hoaltp. Mr. Hviands will return he first.ol the week from a business .rip lu llio east. IP" ilre. l-ethbrjiige; a guest at the ot Lnvclte, ot Edmonton, loJ.Or, Jolm Knoll, of ProvoaC during rhe which-look'ylate n .St. Joseph's chjireh. Edijmlaii. _ 7 i Mr.-II. Slmruleu. wlio haa. re- leued his'jioBiilou on ihe.cily'blgh school start, and, Mrs. Sharpies are leaving today for Editionwu. Principal H. H. Dobsou and Mr. Crawford, of tho Iilgli school, and -Mr. J. A. Davidson lotl .today by uiolo? to Edmonton where they will read provincial examination papers. J. KckerEley. who.has been tho truest ol Mrs. C. A. Little'.- relum- ed todny. to In Calgary. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Kdterly and little Gordon and Miss Mabel (Jarrelt have returned from a motor visit In Calgary and UanK. Miss Gibbons who.has also been a guest at Dautf, returned n-llh them. Mr. A. II. McOulrc led Thursdn) nlshl for Ottawa and will vicll ol Canadian cillrs and Chlcigo. Mr. H- McC. Young his to [or :t month's vflcatlon. "Mrs. A. Martin returned yester day from a visit In rTduionlou. y Mrs... Reid-and .two children. A, until Wcdnesdaj-. "ti-n ihty win eave lor their home in Lonpoc, L'alll. Mr. Mi Mrs. Mark A. llardic ajij 'amlly have left tho city and will nako-their h'oinc In iutare in-lloldcr. Col., where Alice Uardle will enter tla- unis'ertity r llr. and Mrs. Carson an.d arsoa will motor with Jl. A. Klllop 10 Walerton toaiorrow tij sr the day, i Mrs.'Oeo. Cnlloway. ol WindthorEt, Sask. Mrs. K. the EUOSI ol her daughter, S. Magufre. Mr. and Mrs. A. arc re joielng over the arrival ol a daughter. BQCIAU EVENTS A inosl ijicnic kL Jleniiersort 'I Juke last glien Mrs. tnined about. l illctchcr entur- ladies. The vfiod di .leu Uuic and a picnic table ivas sui ou tuc like shore. After. a most delicioua ;mil Social evening llio party returned' to Itiri' city. has aiugng tho lo.cal 'vet6raos-9l [be arrival in lite O.P.R. yarda tor. a-contit-senl o( .Menu'onUca ou way 10 ihe Me- j Inlyro. ranch. The1 company Is in charge of Josenti ,EQU. who. tho Kerakt-Ihfs.mpjnliJK- siateil thai u originally ot people, the families of 'men already domiciled I iu southeru Albcrtai. Of this imuibcr j li> haVe bc'cn dclalr.ed.at the pon of' entry, at Norlh ID that tbey' had never beeu In C'ariapJn before. The present consUts of be- ing seven faiMlieE, aud Is made up o[ fo'ur men, children. Two of Abe ;uen arc pa'.riarrhs with beards, and one of them stated that lie came to ihe Stales from south Russia -12 years ago. The party conea from Parkelone. South Dakota. Mr. tutz stales .that he and the olne'r men who came in with him Here Jn Canaiia in August. They had sold all their possessions m South Dakota and came !o their purchased on the Mclmyrt- ranch. They returned In January of this year to HID States 10 bring in their bur ivcre de- layed Ihroufih wcaihcir which tlieir. niovicg. A brother-of wlio is one of The following liclra Special Bargains will be ou sale from 6 to 9 o'clock to- day only, and cannot be repeated during the remaining days oi the sale. 'EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN UNION CREPE DE CHINE The Maple l.eal CUajner niitl dale Chapter, O.E.3., held .a picnic, yesterday afternoon a( tlie Eiperi-. weii'al Farm, ivhich proved to largest and niosc cnjoysble given t by the ortlcr. About ninety members were iireeenl, mid it iva; no doubt the busy teasoii ai Conldale iviiicli pre- vented ibelr members being present.' Picnic games present. nd.lhd enjoyed rp nas baseball [or tlie laJIcs on Mtlnlyrt nnch. wenl, as he to Mcesrs. Nelson BUI! .PllUug and ashed ihem lo mntcc arftLiigcnients at 50 lhat the couie in. He 'himselt from Mr. Pilling sajlit ,'that was being rts'Qil' June last. Not Knlz says tliat'he'wjp'iil to llic Canadian llr.'CcTflfc'at AVaterton, Somh Uahola, case before ttc without homes ;unlil CanaJa. Me then wchl lovely fabric comes in rose, champagne, white, sand; 14 Inche-, wide'; veil; ]rt9i as dainty as J30Q crepe de chine; regular prict Saturday Spt-claJ, yard '_____ 1.38 COTTON GABARDINE SUITING Very fine quality, 40 Inches in jiewest tones or Victory Hose, sand, Dplgian bluu. cloud Erey, biscuit; regular price and QO 7ard; Saturday Night Special, yard UoC WHITE SHEETING Good tlrni quality, 72 Inches wldo; uo dressing; regular value Saturday Night Special, yard LADIES' BLACK LISLE HOSE All sizes, .strong quality; full fcshioncd and spliced; regular price iOo j np. Saturday Night.Special, 3 pair tor...... l.UU CHILDREN'S STAMPED DRESSES Size 2 to 4 years; dainty designs on fcooi quality, vefilinb' fabric; Tive designs; reg. CSo each; Saturday Sighrouly, eacli..... as >vell as the gentlemen. Man on'3 to'North Porta ness people from the city, came out nt immigration; auLliorUics 5; lULadicdipn, arrival al.No.rtb Portnl." Ilidiiatli aiuMlf. VVIirle. a'ntl for Cdali dale, Miss lclbelh, Mrs. .Norton'aijd altaciicd to Mr. Johtiftouc, :TrankV Sir. X'arlylc foi- leu crcsm _ party-Fridny, c THIS WEEK OUp RUMMAGE SALE IX THAT MANY LINES HAVE SOLD DOWN T'v WHICH WILL NOT LAST ONLY A HAVE.BEEN PRICED FOR 5> _ EXTRA, SPECIAL PRICES. 1J WILC PAY j RUMMAQE SALE. GINGHAM COD yards good washing.Ginghams in Brio slriiics. These.arc extra value al regular yarJ. Saturday Night ;f r- 5lv limited nuaullly of Children's Cotton Drawers jn good'qual-j ity and neatly finished. N'ot all'sizes. r'', '.CHILDREN'S STRAW. HATS '-About." t.iventj'- only Straw Hats, suitable lor siiiall children .'from 2 to C years'old. .Values from 51.25 to Saturday! Nitrjt'ipeiinl COTTON VESTS 200 childrsii's Cotiori Vests In small sizes [ot children from 1 to ,2 yeira sliort sleeves; 'gootl qtiflllly if 1flr desired size; (hey ore" real snap, worth' Sac; Sai. Nielit 1UC rFLOUNClNG EMBROIDERS <100'j'ards''of real fine S'lYlcs Flouncll'lg Embroidery In allrac- liTO. designs aria old 'time. Quality; 27 inches wide; regular vnlUE. iSaturdSy' NlBht Special, yard tit) A assortment oiifipfe imported I'lairj ablo.lor lacliesV'aiid; chlHVcn's dresses; Regular 15c .value; Ealurda'yXiRNt j'Rrd pC 'bber 'A jolly. time .-was spent br yojiig1' EqTRs" We' "OjilW; (sp. were .a caliou'ip i, iinnibersOf tSelr- in who have Jiist ijnishedjthe'ic lifgli irif and 3Ir. [sheil ihe mitsic-'fpr 'Mrs. John "A, gavc'p "lililp lots71 par'b'v.ypgiqrrtay afternoon, for her lit.lie ErflndtlaUBhler. Muriel Ilcid, 'aged -Jlvts ;ycars., '-The iitle ngirls of the Jiatl atternoon .-and "enjqy_ed-Vre- rpEbmcnts a.nrt lemonade" guest of honor front Calffoi'nJa o CHURCHES The dufiocllTi (ceil qnnKly tf Ike lorlls niee Lit- ihe_ Iioinn.p.fi A. Young OT at .1; o'cloct.; a i Tlie CJ. I. A. TvilLhiect al Ihe norhe of 'airs-. .0. 711 3rd'. 'St. oil Monday nflcrnooii, July .V.SATURDAY EVENING SPECIALS. AL Half PrlCe. Ttiis means, ol course, mucli-less and ,will be placed ou sale" front-7 la'9 o'clock. 4Q Colored Bonier regjilar 50c yard far___........... regular yard :-5Q yards Messalinc Silk; colors bine'and yard for 25c Oul.v of (hose auJ while WAIST3 k-ll; iiow is your chime LADIE3' VESTS in nu Bli'cve; value aCx-; SpeciaT APRONS .-.vilbuul siilcndid valuer-; regular COc; Safe Price Onr lixclnl line'of D. a A. CORSETS In sizes IS to 30; uuly 79c 29c 49c 99c 3k-n'i fine jiure SILK HOSt in grey. iau, blue, brown and several shades of slioi el roBuler SaiurOay NigLit Special.... Men's foil on NIGHT SHIRTS; 11 lo IS; regular to Saturday N'ight Special Boys' BATHING SUITS in blue; "i and G yeiirg; regular "ilk- Saturday Night Siiecinl 90c SLZC--i 90c sizes 25c lioys' Mukhldti Dftluiorals, wearing shuc; Klres 11 lo Siies- 1 lo saic price Ladles1 canvAti-sfrap Slijijiers with solid, leaiher sole; and heels; sullalle fur growing n -in girlfe; all sizes; Kpeclal................. Ladies1 Ucdroom Xovolly Slippers uf various colors, witu Jwibor solu.ninl small ber Special-..'........ 2.10 2.75 .t: 1.94- Per p'cr pound- '-KMPEmAL; 3 bars rrir .'-i...................... dozen-- ,35cr -ijbtf-aitjtlV............................ 2 for lemon and vanilla1 tlavor; per packet 39c 30c lOc 60c 25c 15c 'all io enable them (p get through 'the .ivinl'er, we '.are-'of Hi at it Would only ne'a buKiness rjro; position for Ihe governineuj, to In Its enable ,such lo Uicj; could do if 'construcfIon oii'lhe IXiUibriLlg'j iNorllicrn [iroject stapled. he minister to- the (act that 'resolu-, ioni-wifi'.icalled forth by the very erlciusi -EJIiualmn'L.th'aL. .ihe Al Tneeling slock given 6 the.' '.the 'Little Bow river' tfliere' had dried up. I was al dilTerent. (Inics Bomc'tffiriporary-rdllef had been given by idiyertiiig feonie of the htu Hlglnvqaa: tlio LilUe n-' at or near HID town of High draw the, attention of Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. eithSt.S. Phone 1545 MOOSK JAW. of of the defence coiftnilticc i WmnI-: peg, and a' menibc'r ol Mic'Joriffsliorc-' men's'union of calls ,-lhe "mo.sl ,UolshpTlslic of 'nil in au address Ijore'JasL nighl at a special meeting oirtlio Trades Labor lhat (He'dtiJy way, labor can got what R'.'waiUVi'is "to ssiai: way KeL control or Ihe 'him- tary anil Ihe of After .LhatMabpr needed In liavrtig.the properly qiihlf- ficallojis of Winnipeg nbollshcii; he saW ''but labor -.is- no'l yet rcprcaenled in, thb Dominion house." Jlc consiiltfctl Mr. .Dlxon .'Ijift only Iruc laljor man In And one reason labor ehonld'be I Ottawa Is iiccaiise fed era I aulhorl- ica control Lbc military and "the -courts. Labor 19 not' going get at it uriti lit In. 5omc" nay gets coniroi of ihe inllilary tn ifanliiig wild what he conafflerecl of -'tH'c 'amendmcnU. lo Innnl- grntioa Act ".wucrliy any'ono. VVJnrllpcg strikers horn, onlsfdc Canada inny be rcliiscil Irlal by Jury-' anj inny-bc lifoiighl before a conunll- lec of (he nniJ wHhoiH counsel, without, being Uierc may bcf ordered (6 lie deported." "Voi) wiift were born ".in KnglnnJ, Scolhiul or the 'United -lio cxclnlmctl, "you bftVn absolulcly' ceased to IhC'rlglit .to trial by jury. They your hortts by nighl, rvn Uicy dirt fnlo'lhc lioMca of thoao rtien in Winnipeg, hnvd 110. right to A'_ During llio coiirao df his address lie illsn slalnil LNnE whilo "ihe country was (tilM'tiE1 a.bout OnG big labor-bnlcm, considered ilcploralilij ,hal (hrough.' quealion of re- iponsibitlty jhefciifeen'Jlhe tiro-'govern- ditch 'or' canal yr'afi not built coTinccUng the two rivers.. E NEW YOHKT "July Mc- Sherry, describing hioiseir as man, and alleeud by the police lo bo a member of a. gang of "wire tappers" who BTQ croditej .witli fleecing vlc- 'lims-'out of in .Buffalo, was arreslert here today. ar- rest followed that of Charles DracVer anrt William Jafvls. Hnrfalb gang wa3 Micliael Montreal contractor, who claims bcitinff on a race in a bogU5 poolroom in last December. A man arrived bere yesterday lrom'1 D.uffalo with1 J120.000 cash bail. Driicker and Jarvlt, but after bis 'Sf-T rltal, ali'three iirisoners were ed Held in bairbach and thijy are still in Jail. H "police courl, this iriopirJ ing, Ilev. F. W. Da'ce wns fined (5 anil.J costs 'for passing a standing One of the, priucinal vlctiras of the car wljIJe OrSvIng in J :hcro_ also existed the one big union of Ilic Canadian 'Manufacturers' A550 cfation; jthat labor of Canada is today fifcbllng {or'whaL British "labor'WH? granted 3d years ago, and thai'wcallli should be cpnacripted by -Ui'o goycrn, mcnl for Ibo uc.Tl few-years' a'a inei ,thc war. cbhclusion lie said: "In ray own oity.'Of'Vancouver, while the'war -was, on "a'g'reflI many were out o'f work ftnd a great many Joined army ba'cause out of (hey have.; come, liack, they find "the name- old cohiiHIonfl end In H .hope of tm- provlne them (hey npprrfacd the Doin- jnloir1 governaieVft. and what toe EOverDmenl's answer? to send the mounted police. Kor tfeft first lime iti 111 story, (bat forco was sent across (he mountains'. You In (bis province know what they arc for. They arq lo a'nrt calllc thieves, but tho govcrniftcnt uaca dpnl wjlli .labor when It neks (or a square deal.'1 TOEKIEiW JIOXTREAU July Tfic ConsollilaUd Rubber Com- .LimUcil, IIHS decided -spend fmmctifatclf oco oli lliclr .tiro plnnt at Kllclientr, Onlario, tor Ihe pwrposc at subsl crcnlnB Ilic ouiput of In second yenr medicine poslod nl McGIII sliotf A. SI, JICN'abh, lobe a mar Why Not Bring the Family Sometimes? 1; From a slaiiupoint o( comfort, why lei your wife broilrjerself oyeV a heat up your pfchjicale. trie air with .oppressive cooing-, odors, when you can eat comfortably.and.wriolesomely at where the yariely of the menu enables you to select ybur preferred ;foocJ 'prepared with all the excellence and tastiriess of home' cooking. It pays to elMnmate some of the summer cooking. 606j 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge ;