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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "W MONDAY, 4ULY 12, .1920.--, MIL-ADI Daily Fashion By Gtrtrude Bereslord f W. .V BityBlB, M. Witt Mrs. Sucbaaaa and cMtdren, returned from the east OB 'Q'ja'day morning. fc' formerly principal of Westminster school, bar been appoint- ed secrelaj-y: to the Liquor sion Saskatchewan, with headquarters- at Shepherd and "children liarp'goue to Proctor; B.C., where they will .spent! 'the the sv- mer. r" Cleorge Campbell. who was one of the original staff the.llcrald when ii vyas; established Is- now :onfined to Gait hospital for the past eight mouths, tell on Saturday (or wo months' period at convalescence at the Jjrett hospital, Banff. Mrs. John Is .bo guest of Mrs. Sam Larsoc. Mr. anil Mrs. it. Hocerg and Mr..anil Jlrs. Bert bare returned from a vlsjt to the Clarke ranch, near Claresboim. ifr. and Mrs. Maiirico Jini navies .have returned from their honeymoon spent points alone the Arrow Lakes, Howson, in'ihts Geo.Jiiltord, who'during hii____ aencfe. iri'; known in the advifrtlBlnf In Toronto''i and: Mfa.tP.VM: daughter. Jean left trip Vic- toria-' .where- 'Mrs.; daughter.wlirreslde'in the Mfs. Eldtfr and daughter who have tfoen spending the past week in Frail k, returned to the city today Mr. is spending a.vaca tion at the coast and will return thi latter parirbHne week. Mrs. ,heen guest at 'ihe home of Mrs. S. Wans returned to her borne in Edmonton 01 Saturday. and v Hugh. of Buf itrCoWmaD." the weekend M. Anderaos, Pau- huska, announce' the marriago of their son Vernori. to Miss Dollie Owatkln. of this cilyi The marriage took place at Boise, Idaho, and the hoDejmoon will be spent la Alberta, Mrs.'John Lengyle left for her homo In Surely after being the guest ol MrsrPalen. ii.; Mr. B. A. Shoehotbarii, of Calgary and -Mrs. John Mayer; of London, pnt., are gtieits of and Mrs. Shoe- hplhanivfor a few days. KOI them all, and the germs too. We a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. FOOLHABDY MAN TdlES all tae wjy him Brttol, TO tEAT NIAGARA, OEADiUad, to go NIAGARA FALLS, Ont., July I Sunday morning between inau'and the mighty Niagara, the latter won. Charles Stephens, tha barber, who MCIAL eiijoyoble afternoon was last at the home of Rogers, 12Ui Bt. little Hugh Rose re1 eeventh birthday.. Covers were laid fo; Mrs. Jack Arnold served, the ices, and' :Miss' Gladys Danes assisted In giving the children a good time. A LEATHER-TRIMMED GABAR- DINE COAT Blue gabardine makes a thoroughly practical coat tor general' summer wear. This Interesting model shows several very unusual style .features. The upper part is trimmed with, nar- row hands o'C black patent leather that are so arranged that they give a suggestion of an Eton Jacket. The lower part is elaborated with" heavy black silk 'stitching; while flaring above the shawl collar, is an outstand- ing frill ot organdie. Tbe leather- bound cuffs are also elaborated deep organdie frills. The black straw hat is adorned with the outspread wings of a white bird whose outer- most feathers are defined by a-band ot black patent leather. WEDDINGS falp, N'.Y., are visiting Mr. Reid's A. Reid. left1' for Vancouver JoUay. Mr. of the Normal Tractlco Calgary, is In the city. 'CUr. W.-E.; Edijionton, is visiting with- hlE parents; Mr. anil Mrs. D. A. Simpson, f Air. II. W, 'Mc'nilo left Saturday wltu his wife and family and sister for. a visit to his old home at Tata- >na'goucho, .TS'ednesday afteoiooa, at tip home ot.Mr.and Park, only daughter ot Mi-, and Mrs. O. S. llerdman, of Olds; became thiibride ot Arthur Prttt-ctl P4al-o Powell iJaiaset the Mor chauts AUc irai-rpierfoinned-'by Rev. J: a small ithering fi.bflde being igiTcn' away by her father, and attended: by Mary" of Knox church will be held In the school room of tbe church on Tuesday evening at S o'clock. As this is the last meeting until September, a good attendance Is requested. Tliofe to attend the sikoio- lo'kl ftrawtwrry social at the Eijwrl- mental, farm on Friday evening at 7 o'clock' are asked'to meet at the Red Cross corner where cars will bo avail- able at a small charge. Autos will e'avo tho (arm at any time up until li o'clock. M The.Ladles' Aid of St. Patrick's church wish to announce that the pic nlc to be held at the Ex- perimental: farm .on Tuesday is poEl- poncd-until .Thursday afteruopu and eveplng, July 15th. The Sir Aleianderv Gail Chapter, I. E., will holS.a special meet- Ing on Tuesday at 4 p.m. at the home, of the regent, Mrs. L. M. JohnBtono, corner of 4th Aye. and 13th St. As will-be a farewell meeting for Mrs. Holt; who ie .leaving the shortly, all members, are requested to be present. Mr Piske was ot this city and is tSe: oldest.son of Mr. and Mrs. James of" Letu- Supt. Urges Farmers Never to Let Up For a 0. P, rt, in Multern Attwrta Is joperatioc with, In Ught- ne the hoppers. -Orders have been ssued to poiton placed on the risht-of-way wherever pols- Is betas tn the vicinity by the The railway comptny has been do- ne this tor come time and several housand pounds of the poison have been spread along the tracks. A firmer said to Supt. Falrfeltj o! he Eipcrimental Faun today; "What will this raln-.dp to tbe grasshopperj" "It will (row 'more feed for them :o fatten oju" tie reply, Mr. Pair- Held strongly vrges'the farmers not to relai their effoils to poison the hop x-rs in order that the, aumber of eggs laid for liejt yeart hopper crop may be reduced to s miaimnsi. L will reside ;'Mr. C.'-H.. Holbeacb, who has been Daily Herald. Wed n esd ay; ,eve ;whlcl will Cannoneer's-Jsz'z under 'the Eu'pervislon.'ot; the Major, Jack'Ross" Qhap ten ,I..'0. at pavilion .will far eicelithe. aftaigijOt.theVpast air.tlie halt has beeif newly decorated and rths dance will, bo'carried ant'in-cabaret Hal.l, of Olds, and HtUi'Miss Hilda style, table's being supplied the kcmbry as Bower This groom dancers. Every dance kill bo a moon- was by his Mr.' light, suffused 'light coming froin Clarence Hartley. Mrc.J'EiBkc, of many colored Japanese lanterns. The Lolhbridgo, mother of thejgrooni, -wast Innovations promise io make more interesting.- ?'i section of.the Re- bekahs will Sheet at the home of Mrs D. this (Monday) evening at 8 o'clock. A full attend- ance id requested. '0 a The regular meeting of the AT. M. S. Mr. and Sirs. Fiske the I nlog train for Seattle andipther west-; crn points, the bride travelling in" a costume of navy blue ificptino emi broidered in goW, w'ith'-fii't.ot blaclt Jet and roaliae. On they. in Calgary WithSugar High In Price G Thoughtful, people naturally turn to rape-nuts for their cereal food It contains its own sugar; and its sweet nut-like flavor developed from the grains make it attractive to the taste. The cost is moderate. Every bit is eatable, and the sound building quality of Grape- Nuts, combined with easy digestibility, it a family favorite. "There's A Reason" i Made by Canadian PoStum Cereal Co., Ltd. Windsor, Ont RegistraUoa fee for letters TV III be 10 cents tram July 15. lost. A few pieces of the iwrti tually drifted in. but ol: there IB no sign. for Serve Lanka PW torn Ceylon's m' Tbe ebokttt ire Kendtd, flavor. aroma, chutm. The price (s moderate. Grarium, and Encha'nt-Eomond Districts Moving on This Subject- i Granum la the.Iatest district want- ing irrigation.- Farmers of that dis- trict have been making inquiries in regard to the steps to bu taken to or- ganize a district. No-official request has been maCo to-thc'-Lethbridge Nor- thern as yet for' Incorporation, al- though some tafmera'from there havo visited, the offices; seeking: advice. Progress' is adtt otf'the Hcl- Wadtt for the formation of Some time ago' aii organfzntion was. held at-; Enchant when the''fanners unani- rupusly de'cWed to forni'a'dlstrict and the petition 'has been In process of district Includes in the' neighborhood ojf acre? and will receive water from the and the CahaUa Land and Irrigation Companv ditches..; The Do'minlon irrigation branch ti In the two hundred men working in Southern Alberta at tbe present .time. included In eight parties 'anil cover a district south 'of 'the Old Man river from the Crow, to Foremost. In regard to Granum the farmers there .realize that the' belt of 'blown land is creeping northward and will Ilkoly embrace their country before another year or two .passes, They wish to stop this by irrigation. [The Intermediate Bankers. proved too much for tho Winnipeg Midgets, are on the way to the coast will the Freo Press newsboys. The Bank- ers had the advantage fn being a big- ger anrt older team, nevertheless tho close as indicated by the 4 U 2 score. Tho Bankers scorc'd twice In the first'inning, once In the fourth and sbventh.. The visitors unable to find Hulton and' were retired one, two, throe. newsies' (allied twice In Iho seventh, Daklns Wngin'jf In Iho two runs by a double. Tho feature of the game was the pitching of Dakins for the vlaltors, He is a midget in every'sense of the word being only IS years old, besides gelling three hits In four times up. he struck out five men in the four Inn- inga ho pitched and kept tho crowd th'6orliig for him. ELECTRICAL STORMS HAVE NOT AFFECTED 'PHONE SERVICE HE1K .The government, telephone system in'.liethb'riilgc escaped the recent clec- in-a rcirtarHablo .manner Dow. local manager, this mttntfigi. Last night's storm'did not affect tho system In and the only occurrence on Saturday nlghl was when n pole In Duff addition was sti-iick by lightning. The damage was soon repaired, so far; is the contln- ol the sorvlce-ls'foncernod. The work on tho addition 'to the telephone building is 'progressing rap Icily.- The only hindrance experienced so far Is the lack of steel. This will bj. hero in a few weeks. There is sufficient work In connection with tho basement and cp.mont work to keep the men busy iralll the steel reaches YLANDS'.. UMMAGE Bigger still and bigger grows ihis big "clearaway sale of high class ready-to- wear and drygoods. Many ive now beginning to realize that prices are now away below what they will be later on. There-are many lines here that we will be unable to duplicate again in spite of ready cash and good buying. This is the price reduction sale we haVe ever bffered. Buy now and save money for goods will not be cheaper for sortie time to come. .Ask for an esti- mate) ticket when you make your purchase, you may be a lucky one, some oneis sure to win.' LADIES' VESTS Ladies' cotton Vests for summer wear, mido to Jit well Md good medlnm quality. All the wasted sites except extra large slzo. Sale LADIES'HOSE Ladles' silk boot and fine lisle hose samples and odd lines for final clearance. These are TC- values up to {1.60 pair. Rummsgo'Sale'-'.. I yC COTTON HOSE Ladles' full fashioned cotton hoae samples and manufacturers' seconds in orown 9C and grey. Reg. 65c ralue. Rummage Salc.JwC SAMPLE HOSE Ladies' cotton hoae. These arc travellers' sam- ples and odd lines. Colors are black, grey and hrown. Values up to 7uc pair. Hummago Sale GINGHAMS Fancy plaid and striped gingham in assorted colors. Suitable for ladies' and children's dresses. Good fast colors. Regular 60c. Rummage Sale................... 50c 45c SILK HOSE Pure Silk Hiae, ribbed top and made by well makers; all colors; manufacturers' sec- i or Rummage Sale .SPECIAL VOILE BLOUSES 15 dozen, fine White Voile Blouses in good rante of sites and two or three styles to seleet from. Easy to launder .and full of sizes nr up to.fi, Rummage'Sale PAUPVDC 7 'v .100 pair of children's Crepe.Rompers. Thcso arb made in neat'fitting stylo ih'.white, pink of blue Regular 00 QP valuo; Jlummage Sale................ r COVERALL APRONS 200 big roomy Coverall Aprons, made from good quality fancy percales; fasten In back with belt. Patch.pocket; worth 1.25 lo. f 1.50 -I nn each. Rumrnage Sale, each........... liW CHILDREN'S COVERALLS Children's Coveralls. Just tha thing for camp- ing and play. Saves washing and saves butter clothing. BIws up to 1 years; colors khaki and blue. Rummage Sale, pair I M.35 3LOUSES Splendid opportunities are here for tho wo- man who wishes to economically complete her summer wardrobe with blouses of the' prettiest novelty at prices that are sure to appeal to you. :.....4.40 Regular tu.oQ Blouses for Regular Blouses for..................... Regular 17.50 Blouses for Regular'JS.50 Blouses for Regular 110.00 Blouses for Regular Bouses for Regular JliJ.OO Blouses for Regular Blouses for Rcgulir 120.00 Blouses for 5.95 6.80 8.00 9.95 12.00 14.40 16.00 MIDDY WAISTS pur entire stock of middy waists, all this ssa-', styles, and .material at cul.OTi.ctfc' for ten clayn. Regular Middy Waists JRegulajf-'tS.SO'Middy Wafols Re'guiar, JSiOb Middy 'Waists tof O OA tor ,'liegular H.OO' Middy -for; .'Rcjular jfi.6.0 Middy' Walais O'fiA for J.OU Have You Made Your JBsthnate Yet FREE! We are gitlng away absolutely-free to tbe one malting tio nearest, estimate' to the correct number of yards of silklno ia our window; DIAMOND DI3C PHONOGRAPH 150.00 Jnrf-KOVILTY SILK SKIBT valued at..................'. OEORQETTE SMOCK 4A AA valued at...................... 4U.UU 4th-LADlE8'SIUKPRINCE9aSLIP PA valued at..................... 10.DU To the next aU nearojt l pair of SILK O AA HOSE, valued at pair O.VU The Biggest Sale of the Year R :YLAND COMPANY- S You. Save on Everything. You Btiy ;