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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBWOGK DAILY HF.RALD PAGE ELEVEN, MILADI PERSONAL Miss' Dorothea and' Jlurlel AUlsou nil Ariel Carson are among Hie party ol -Wesley Carapfire girls .who, are. camplBE Wvcu nifleVwest of Maclojd. Mr: John A'. Wool! of Salt Lako Cily fb u visitor IrYiiieVcIty.1 4 'pr..ind'Xf8.'R. N'. .L3na and Miss Wil'uw left on" Edmonton V of Tenth street, left .this afternoon '.tor Vancouver, where "'she will spend the suimuer..- r. The Misses Bertha.and Emily Boui ton are entertaining this evening for Miss M. Wellington. Mrs. Arthur' of TA'innlp is .the1 first wouian elected to.- JIaiiiloba legislature., She is a s porter of the Morris government. Dr. J. .M. Tanner ot Salt Lake City ie [n Lctbbridge. H. tyaiface and Mrs. W. V Poapst have returned from the Wat ,lace Mr. James Colley, secretary of ,th Western Canadaj Irrigation, assbcla tloh is in the city today. Miss P, B., Boulton of Wolverhamp England, daughter of A. J BouHon; managing director" 'b! tli Boulton, Magnefoa; Ltd., arrived i the city yesterday and has'taken position with the Herald. Hugh Mcllvena left for Mon real this morning. loughs which cut theni' olf from Uicir >-iner camping ground, seven est-of Macleoti.However, this dii- eully sooii overcome- by the inK ot tlie "Bridge ot Tears" and he "Bridge of Sighs." .-_'. Having struggled with tent ropes nil pegs they were settling host stories aad jokei (den the as rent with screams, "Ouch, gee, hose mosquitoes can bite." "Oil girls ook at-the whoppers.11 "lien more screams.- Hardly were' the cds, reocnupied "when" uiwn investi- atlpn several colonies of aunts :UntsJ verc fpund> to harS taken up their bode iu, the. "feather How ver these disturbances were soon tor gotten in deep slumber. onday icorning 5.30: "This Is' tie ife, Just listen to the rain." "Uh, uli 'ni listening iut I'd nther Bleep.' a.rn; "Oh, kids, I'm drowned, hey pull in my overalls out of the wet vh'at do you think I'ai going to wear! 'WoWrCe, this Is soaked. I go t right in Hie eye that lime." "Hail out those bathing suits. We'll take our morning dip deepening tho Ircnchc around fie tent." Thirty, minutes :iDtcr tlie sun peal ed from behind a cloud arid.grinne't at what he saw; Desplto all these trial and tribulations llio Camp-Fire Glr came out on top with smiling faces] and said they wouldn't have missed the experience: for anything in tbc world. STYLES KEEP WOMEN YOUNG i "Woman has gained her. political intellectual Biid'-Er.iil kohn.-'ln an 'address iefore the New York Retail 'Jewelers' 'conven- tion-at Saratoga. "She has declared invpubllb and that never Walter Vesey again rwlll 'the'-slivoiol'nicn: "piest qf lire. .F. Dofbe. But 1' remain 'V> the'willl'nV'Elive of fashion. Charles..ilcClenaghan left last -t.iThe woman-'tWhou declares she Saturday "for "Montreal to visit his'Would rather he. dead .than out "'of father Mr. George JlcCIcnaghan. who j fashion expresses a thought in every IpHvUege .to pay7 theT'bllls, 'he may "Doctor P. W. Richards and wife mo-1 That tqred to Lakes over the man, howeVer. who Is permanently chronically.' dispjeiscd ;or. IndifT S fereut.tojniliady's pretty bat, bccpm: 'fllr. a-O. Nimmonsand chlldrou.ot ing gowTi'ian'd" beautlfuigewejrj'jis a 1 brute and should be caged with other have.returned to their home today after spending a'few days-In the city. r Thilss Beryl.Cnmcron of Cranbrook. visiting Mrs. R. S. .Sang. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Central and Willaril C. T. U. are holding their final meeting of th'i1 season in the form of a picnic at Hen- derson Lake on Thursday afternoon. ftach member lias the prlr wild animals. 'To be contented with the thoughts and things of yesterday is to stand still, and stagnation breeds decay.-. To jbe sensitive to uek ideas Is: to be j-outhful. 'Woman's desire to possess jewelry that is new and fashionable and .beautiful is- an 'evidence of growth, and growth ISjtbe.-law- of iiffi 'iv-v N. S.' MINE TIED UP ON'CLOSED SHOP ISSUE SYDNEY, N.S, July li colliery at New Waterford, Is Idle to day was .on Monday and the Ilege ot Inviting friends. 'Supper .will I two day lay-off means a Iocs In prod'nc- ba served at tidn of about 1600 .tons of coal. The ducat Ion. of open shop caused the pr'es- Mombcr.s or llie Willard V.'. C. and their friends will meet at the Un- church hall on Thursday after- noon ut i, o'clock to go'lo the picnic Vlic Jlasons and Eastern Star. mem- bers are holding a picnic 'tbmp'rrofo afternoon al the BspcrimtTital Farm. All ladiea are asked to brinf their pic- nic baskets.'.- Table cloths will be pro- vided. "Cars will the Masonic. hall at 2.30 aad.C o'cotck. 'The Ladies' Society to the of L. .F.'aiiil H. nro 'holding 'tlielr picnic at the exhibition grounds on Wednesday, July Ulli' at 3 o'clock. An invitation ent trouble. There few men] working" in' No. 12 who have declined to join the union and the mine is be-j Ing tied up until they either jDiu.llic! union'or are discharged'by tho com-' pa'ny." AIR FORCr CROSSES FOR TWO CANADIANS July (By .Canadian Associated. The. awards; are gazetted of the air torce cross _to Lieut. .Durkin Vance and Lieut. Harry Alexander Valei, of the Canadian to all wives and children' brothers, their single brothers bring a friend, ladica kindly bring haskot, An urgent meeting ot the Women's Civic club will be Held at the resi- deiice ot'tiie iiresident, Jlrs. Fred Downer, 'on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. The naushtcrs and Maids of Eng- land will meet hi the l.O.O.F. hall on Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock. A large attendance Is requested." 1 "t-' Jicmljcra uf Hit1 club and Ilicir friends nro fnviteil to si dance nt'lhcsclul) liouse, Henilbrson Lake, at 8 b'clocft Bu -Wednesday evening. On Wednesday. .Thursday awl VrL day of IHls week tho three-Cay free lecture course will at tho ViM.C.A. nt-the hour of. 2.30 on Wed iiiiEday. All larllcs of the city and 'district tiro' cordially Invited' to at- tend llieso most helpful lectures. e Preparations under way tor a Bardm- party lo be given In llio n.C. Sl.l'. liarrncks on Friday. July 23rd. 'flic proceeds will go to Iho-Bqy fScouts. "It is lioped that this rctresit Ing and delightful entertainment on the lawn -will bo largely attended. Tho Thistle Sowing Circle will meet nt the homo of Jirs.-J. Doilgall, 424 Twelfth St., C. X. on Wednesday eve? ing at 7.30. Sl-OUGHSI M.OSQUITOES ft fRUN V LONDON MONEY LONDON, July sliver, 63 5-Sd. Bar gold, 6d.. Money 4 3-4 per cent. Discount rates, short bills 6 1-8 per cent; three months' bills, 6 5-8 per cent. Stands in the Way-This Sale Rolls On to a Huge Success A FESTIVAL OF UNDER-PRICINGS FOR THE HALF-DAY PUBLIC PROTESTS DYER-TREATMENT LOXDON', July Julian Associated protest over tho treatment of General' Dyer Is force In the press and Lord ff FltilSy. is .moving in the house ft of lords a'resolution doploring the c6nduct of General Dyer's case as unjust end dangerous. The Morning Post "General Dyer Fund" six 't thousand pounds In tqur days. it ft te WATCH THE BIG 4 After baltling wilti fresnly grided road's the Wesley Camp-Fire Girls fac a new problem In the form- of the vital otuns healthy by re'gularly toklnj .the world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bMdtr uric add GOLD MENU. Nitional HoTttnd afid V Qnwn BRASSIERES 98c Regular 51.25 Uras- siercs. Scores of them, all new reaui models.' Back or front fastening. Pino quality flesh pink materials, in sizes 32 to 44. BLACK HABUTAI WAISTS Pin tucked Jronte, high and low. neck. Reg. 15.00 for Sale Continues in the Ready-to-Wear Department] 5 High-grade Coats Reg. Value to Beautiful'coats for inoro ureasy featuring so'rae of the most fashion- able of ihis season's'styles.' They come in ring or short lengths in lovely. .spring shades and arc developed lnxvelour. gabardines, poplins and silver tones. Included arc tin- popular tall length coats ol.the polo cloth. Five only 10 SCll il thlD Coats and Suits A smartly cut suit and a ueat coat for waranth are JhciisiicnEab'e" additions to u vocation wardrobe: How'Cortunato to be able, securo them at important'reductions. Suits, regular values to Special 535.00 Coats, Coats, to SgeciaL Attractttie Suits The are most attractive, of jiae' 'serge In grey, iand, potty and tan. Designs are smart and youthful in line and pleats, ripple effects, traid and buttons are cleverly introduced as trimming, 3 only ciiti to clear at j one of these Frocks] Woman's Combinations -ID u fine cotton aiul j'.lso porous knit. Loose and tight knee. N'3' -sleeves.' Eiain and N, Vests In (i fine cotton sleeves am! sleeveless atylcs. Reg- ular 00. Includes 0. S. tor Corset Bargains 'We are offering-.trcinentlous r'e- uuctiorii on. several line's ot cot- sets this week ciid, Including t-uch weiriinown' makes as The Hoyal Wofcbster. Don'' Ton and tt'D'iva. Worcester" Corset Rtsulir en Sizes 10 to 30, ilr Extra Special, The "LaiUjij't and Bfii Ton, baik fleshlajitl whife o 7C nil O.ID 'in a. blafk anj white'. Made In a 'fine ktSt' with elastic at knee, sizes 4 to 3, SOc S. IO'1-l joai-s. ?1.00 for...........t.j.....- ill'' SPECIALS in Electric Globes These are- ,real bargains' your siipply now; WATT ar each'. "1-7C7 Spec, boi of' 5 for 1 40 WA.TT Reg. 5c QO box BO WATT; 50c box of Slfpr- .-..-i'-ifitUU, 60 WATT LAMPS. Reg. 55i5 each. 'Sp'eclil 'flpj box of 5 for 75 WATT LAMPS. Reg, SOc Q CO box of Bfbr U.DJ These lamin are all test- ed before leaving the store. Please do not ask us to deliver electric lamps. Georgettes saiin and taflkai in BUm, surplice and-taaie effecti. At- tractively also .charming nwdete in serge and in lavishly, embroidered, lovely ..iprlng'colors.from which to A noteWorthir orleriBj at enticing price's. Reiaiar values to CHILDREN'Q fljDBED HOSE. IHack only in all sizes to 10. Very strong mid OQ ablo. Hcg. We to OOc. To at, n.nir CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE. In brown, white .or black, sizes from 5% lo Very fine quality. Reg. .price 3Sc to -lac'. July clearance sale -1 Art. 3 pairs for Piece Goods Section Offers Special Attractions AT HALF PRICE. jV-whole counter fill- ed up with lovely satins, messalines and habatais. Also many fancy novelties. All at HALF PRICE. COTTON 'SUITINS8 FOR'HOLTbAY ,WEAR. These include gabardines, trlcatlncs, armures and poplins. All shades. Ilcg. prices to ?2.00. Laat wefck clearance ijrice, yard extraordinary Bargain in SPORTS CORDUROY. This beautiful cloth Is 3G and comes in lovely shailen of new rose, emerald aiid bfown. It is suitable for outing skirls Or snfccks, and the duality Is superb. Reg. price f2.op i An yd. Special for this sale, yd.-.......... l.'iD FRENCH CREPE- OE CHINE'. In a fine union thread. In.shades uf rose, maize, nand, reindeer. Verj lovely effect. July Clearatico 1 'sale, 1.13 A FINAL CLEANUP IN VOILES. ONLY A FEW LEFT AND SELLING FAST Regular price to ?1.5u. Tp.'clear' 'jfj per yard........... Regular price to To 'M ft per yard Regular price ?2.60 to ?3.25. To clear QQ per yard......................j....... 'ItiJO Also many other odd lines of Volies-'and Crepa" to select from, all greatly reduced. Remnants! Remnants! A freaii assoriment today. All marked at HALF PRICE. Sato Sale Sal m Hot days dictate tub are not only cool and v Ing, but for sports wear irell as. for. In the cily and at the'resorts..'; of practical gabardine and sateen, and as styleful as ever they can be, are tiese formerly higher priced, skirta C fljA at Reg. JS.OO A BARGAIN IN CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES In good serviceable Wash Prints, well sewn and neatly TA mcd. Sites i to li years. ,Tt> clear at........... SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN HOUSEFURNISHINGS We still have a few rfags; lefl tliat be cleared ort before etock- Uklng and for the final tolir days ol the July Clearance Sale ttcae at an exceptional reduction. Any one who a good BOW or wilf want one later-cannot afford to let Ikta.lart by Below are quoted a few of ttfe prices in different sizes and qualities: 1- Only 9i 10ft. 6 in. WILTON. Reg. JS5MW. 68.50 1 OniyVxio ft. 6 in. WILTON, Reg. 490.00. gg JJ Oniy 6 It's in.'l 9 ft.WlLTON. Reg. and 11 flfr to 7- 1 Only.6 ft.'? In. T In'CWILTON.'Reg. ?52.00 36i50' I'rjniy 10 ft 6 rug. Regular 2'rjnly ''iifi rugs. Regular 1 Only ft.vx-10 Brussels rug. Regular Cft gajo _ 1 Only; 1.6' 'ft) BRUMELS rug. Regular J48.15. 3475 Sale There are a fewiOthc'ra that-we have not got tho space to itemtie thai will pay you well, to investigate. CRETONNES AND CURTAIN GOODS Small Feet, Attention Extra Special in Oxfords, White Pumps Boots WE ARE OFFERINC A LOVELY RANGE SAMPLES AND BROKEN LINES, THAT ARE SELLING TOOAY UP TO 0.00, 2.45 and Sites 2, 3, 4, and GROCERY DEPT. Diack Killgiit Siuro Polish, 2 tins for Rose colored MADRAS, 36 In; wide. Rcgaltr 11.60 yd, AO tor, per pOy Green colored MADRAS, 36'In wide. Regular ?2.25.for per yard................. 1 Pioco Cream Colored MARQUI- SETTE with lace edging, 36 In. wide. Regular OOc. yd; Sale..................... 'Figured Scrim, 38 in. wide. Reg. Sale per 70- IJ7t CRETONNES, In the shadow pol- tern, very good side drapes, 36 in. wide.. Regular f 1.15 per yd. Sale per yd. llv CRETONNES, good values 4 O at 75c.- Sale CRETONNES, good values COi at S5c. HOC Wtfldlng D Coffco, 1 Ib. tins, each Dominion Brand Canned Soup. Tomato and Vegetable Soup, 2 Una'' for Lownoy'a Cocoa, Ib. tins, each Unsweetened Chocolate y2 lb. cakis each Panshne, 3 tins for Bon Ami, Powdered or Cake, 2 for PHONES. 313 AND 161 J. THE FIRM FOR SERVICE EXTRA SPECIALS for WED'DAY MORNING BUYERS in MEN'S and BOYS' FURNISHINGS 30c 30c 25c MEN'S UNDERWEAR MEN'S OVERALLS. Gemitm, Here 19 the best yet. BALBRIO- stlte! Drill, In blna and white CAN COMBINATION SUITS stripe; all sizes. Our rcg. price tihlto-and natural.-Heg. pr...Special for this O CA to 12.80, for............. litiiJ Sizes 34 to 42. WORK A good strong- wearing Galatea In and white strlpo. Reg, 12.50. t QA A better auality BLOUSES in tho sport neck style, neat OC- stripes. Reg. J1.75 for 1 WE STOCK BUTTERWIOK PATTERNS Sale BOYS' BLOUSES to 1 for ;