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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Y HERALD, PAGE FIFTEEN of arl speak ut popularity 1 Mr and Mrs Ij. N Bell'aiid cnil aren jell (Ms rnornjng lor- Glide PurV to spend tlie peace Hit re. t v and'Miss OJonc ic- .turutd 10 iHe till lortaj after a holi 'daj .it Banff Miss Klppeii and Miss Seva lylng led tuuiry a vacation with J. M. WoslylDg.-wno Ms new vian-i ug Iheiv. relumed to (iie c.iy today. 1 The Mifsw Asnvs anJ Myrl O'llaswn arc leaving tujay lo'encud Ihe lioliil; in Calgary, Miss Urncu- wllo has I Iht guest cf Munu) turned to Hal today. Mrs. J. II. Liw has re'.ml'td from] visit in" Calgary and VMiuomou.-. i Mi-. II. 11. WK-VI-U Is leaving Ibis wctkciJ fur the east ar.'l will returu ii wi'.li Mrs. WIclU'lt in Ihe firry fall. -i'tveuingi ?t Knoi manse, Uov- -A. U. beiioim uniu-'l !n uiatrl Altc'e aud Mr. May, lurth ut tills CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES rs: II. 'X. from RI tue guest of Becker felulntJ erlM'Iiere sho bas ,bccn er.'inolhw. MrnrHunl. liO Misses J: arid' M., Ctimeroii are vas todai to pend tlielr In'lianff: i Mr, and Mrs. G. C ing1 today to spend the. Jailer's mother, Uigh i Mr iid Mr1 J i id Mra ttrltb Cope a fcv: dnyS X'ooie. mi I Mr. Mr. Ceo. biatty ieuimc-d from the oadl vLr'trJay. L EVENTS 4. c Tiie An Needlework Cluli wilt meet with Mrs. lioulton, Cili St.. ou Monday NATIONAL WOMAN'S COUNCIL At tlio National Council meelins lietd recently in Ilselna, Mrs. Mur- ray ot Ihe tasation coramillco, lirii'ugtil before the meeting ihc re: ihsibllity ot Ilio vote nud the need THE LANS b, KORDHEItifR'? lit best Tlio Misses Kstlior anil f'alhorme Kobiirtsun entertained at a delightful party in honor .ot ilit.s J-'o'ra Miller, who Ifuves tor England Bhartly. Tlie guests ivoro Dora Milltl'. -MUKgic and May Hiiin. llessie Kyle. Annie U'tison. spo.........., _. Slariierite Tompklns. .Maliel McAdoo for political kuowlcdse. si.yins: iaud'.Miss K. Jolmat.out. of Coleraau. A "if the new woman voter is 10 i without changing its quality, ll.will to be. informed re- political parties. Iheir iiollcies ANNOUNCEMENTS Ihe desirabllily or otherwlte o! In 'an, to institute a i comprehensive' sludy into tbe entire machinery of government. "Those who are inlcresled ami ir.- formed roust recollect that number- less women have not Ihe faintest con case dow uol neiM- arily indhalna wortliy Ihu rnokos instant, appcfll to ariislic losle. 'Buill on the. now honalowne w-alc. thh VliHc differing souien-liiil from iNor.lhninior ai.lo tup and other minor essentials, iiosscsscs certain tcristics which to u place second only lo Nordheimcr. Yoiir selection of n ossurcs you of (iia vilnl fealurcs lone of quality; anil certainly .ala price eilreincly modcralefor such an Call or writo for furtlicr i I'HON'H 154S315 Clh STREET SOUTH Mrs. Henry Plnco Clay announces Ihe approaching marriage. of Oier third dituRhter.. IHetsyl to Capt. Ijwrence Edward Orniand; U.A., of -AniUeril, Nova Scotia, the wedding to take place at ail early lleralJ. c- o o a o o o WEDDINGS 0 A wedding of special Interest ,iii his city took place at SI. Augustin's church on Wednesday evening. July Gilt, when Miss Uurothy .Denlley be- came the wife- ot S. 6. Rouson, young- est 'on of Mr. K. Robson. of N'ew- easUc-on-TyiiB, England. The bride is (he daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. U. i.cnlley. of 13th St.. -both old-timers In the city, and is n "native daugh- having been lioni and always lived in our city. The groom lias re- turned recently from overseas alter spending nearly five years with :tlie flattery.' Before enlisting he was member'of the Merchants Bank slat! :hcre. I'ntmiilly at-S o'clock the Spend your .Holidays at Spot of the lakes of Bnlisli Columbia., Hotel Strathcona Rates: per per month. parly onlored tlie churclv, HID. bride leaning on Ihe arm of her lather, as Ihe choir sang "The -'Voice .Thai Ilrealhed O'er The iiiipreE- sivc cereiiiony was herfo'rirtcd by Ihc lie'v' 'Canon Murrell-.V.'right, arid-', the bride was given awdy by her flithor before tile tillar, which was beaull- ful with while cut "flowers. Hiss Lctticc Bentley; of ths1 bride actcd'as bridesmaid'Hiid look- led very loyelr in prettily embroidered white 'taffeta and georgette" with a hat veiled in' georgette, and crowned' wilb roses, and carried Ophelia roses. The niece of the bride, lilllo Miss Margaret -Dinning, uiadc sucli a sweet, little gir) in her dainty while frocii of white net over with Ihe basket ot gynsophlla aiid sweet peas which 'she carried. The bride looted charming: and lovely .in. gown of ..iron- satin, trimmed'.wllh pearls, with a court' train, also -ot ivory satin. She wore H Juliet .cap Well ot pearls and tulle atid'car- i shower bouriiiet of 'Ophelia roses.' During tbe signing of the register Mrs Power (nee M'.ss Ilnlh Freeman) i a lifelong friend of the bride, sang Jicloved, II la lo the grea pleasure df'the many friends at Ihe chiirch. The bridal party left (be clinrcl to Ihe strains' of wed ding march'as played by Ihe organs of (he church. Following the service, an. informa reception was lield at Iho home'oril! hridc's parents. Mrs. licutley rceel ing In a becoming gown of pekin bin ulh t'eorgetlc.' To the rcceptlo many, friends of the family golhcrw lici'iiE Bidden hy'tlie close frlcndshi Misting, among Ihe old-llmers o I cthbTldg'c. The Mlasoa Bawden, Mis Iclcn McKillop and Mlas Mary Simp on assisted in serving dainty rcfres nenls, and uealtl. of Ihc- bride ,as proposed, by1 Canon Murrc The iiappy couple left on tlio nig' rain for a short horicymbon in Han bride travelling, in n concn ill, suit, wllh gcorgetlr blouse Numerous ind exnuisltc gifts of ception'of the priuciplei underlying ibis whole question." To overcome this Mrs. .Murray sug ecsts (Irasins room mcelings and slndy groups) In her speech Eha adds: "Agitate, and work for the ase of consent to be raised to twenty-duo. "Tlie control am] guardianship ot children is giveii lo the falher who possesses the power to take a child i the mother's arms, rear and educate that child' iiv whalever man nor lie: irresuective of the I uothcr's rights or. wishes. I am glad be able lo stale thai through efforts of Mr j.Ritnh SuiUh M L-A for Hntisii Columbia assisted b> the women voters ofJ Ibal prormcc _mO liter recened recognition there arfd are guardians with the fathers Help' UfiRJiiduce the other Endeavor to establish manm that co.uai labor'Hennnds equal No employment of minors under fourteeu" the women youths irj factori longer than labor should not 'be >vIXing hours of and" of and sanitarj comfoftaBfe work placei are co'riauclve earn- prs, better service and Increased pro fits for for tbe na- tion it m'enns health future output. AssisU'tho 'generation r YLANDS' WE.SHOW NO FAVORITISM REDUCED Everything in the store is on sale exactly as quoted, with one price to every- body and whether you come for little or much, you will be treated with court- esy promptness and pleasantness, and we know the prices that we are quoting are just what you best wish to pay, because never in out history have we had such a successful sale, not only in volume of business done, but m satished cus- tomers who have made us many new friends. MONDAY, JULY 21st, IS THE LAST DAY OF THIS BARGAIN CARNIVAL. Regular Regular Regular Regular Seeular -Regular: silver, cut ptpturcs and .works GrapeWuts provides the needed to build Strong, healthy bodies and' I bratris i Iv Theresafieasarr 'It -is gratifying to note thai the omau member fon British ".Columbia, nr. 'Smitli, M.L.A., introduced a and as instrumental securing an In- istrial commission -whose duty it ill .lie to all questu dispute concerning vomcn Bnl JiUIreii 'worker.- 'There is, department taw .which shoulrt receive from'wo- en more altentiou-jllian that whiph prooc Iv The presejit tans largely .based .upon the. oltl com ion law of KiigTahfl -when :t part of man's property, "Agitnle foi1 euunl'''iunrrtftge "laws nd qquulily: of .standard for di- orce. v "On the contracts of marriage and eereo of divorce reals property Ights, perEonnl rlghu 'and (ho leglti- ncy of ''The statutes-need thorough TC- 'Jsuin, and laws riot jwtlh he jTOKress .and syirif; of the "age, should be Jjho' vote n1 the Is, the means ondl 'Thc woman's pos ri real anil low that peace' I sconce. more en-1 this women will be :i I powerful fnctpr in'.'thts 'great worid'i upbuilding. nnti-lrjCrc ts'cvery reason lo. hope women will! fail ties to "Another very important poiiu was lirougSt the con- dllloii3 .surrounding such as eggs, _vegetahles, anil various other items which are sold in n, pfomiscu- bus manner, and .not' according to weight; as-well the necessity_ni Caifada for suitalile cold storage nouses In vrhich could ho. stored instead of .being -shipped Stales, and relumed plus freight and duly 'Railroad's encourage long hauls, and tho tot-nl producer has to com ticlo wilh rxnciiPOn-iof freight, and ,0uly hut lias fo depend.largely upor llionio m side coiijitlopu for r gtbrlng 'produce nniiMhp niarfcel is availalile or sell to the mjiidleman nl a Joss [Wherever goTcrn'iiicnU hare provld cd RiiUnMo Iniildihgs .fflilcTi' cnn b in a oo-oporattve mnntier; th j foundation is laid for Improved mar I citing -ly...: DETERMINED DAYLIGHT. SAVING IN U. S WASIIINCiTO.N, ituly InftA lo again altompt the the (laylfglitscivins law, of nnollier presidential, j cans of 'If 6Sor objecliniH, p! Dcmocrati in cHidrd again llio ngrlcullnrdl.Jim lurf frprfpllng rider and the' horfse'-futeS rommUtcc provided for aii hour's dj bale on il. r i EVERY DRESS AT CUT PRICES The styles arc different in eifii casti mid the values, well, our prices lire lower till the tiuu1, bui during this sale wo reach rouk bottom. Serge, Georgette, Taffeta, Charmeuse, Voile, .Crepe de and Fancy Silks of all kinds are repre- sented. j i It will pay you tcr shoi> fur months in advuncv. ........................512.00 ......J..............., 16.00 24.00 30.W 32.00 4000 Flannelette SVHITE FLANNELETTE SUU yards, the last of tha'. cstra line soft finished white flannelette. It inches ividc and is wortli easily to- day yard; Rum-' mage yard STRIPED FLANNELETTE 800 yards ot fine Elrlped flannelette in good Quality and good firm finish. It is some old llnic buying, so thai you will appreciate tha price' si once, rtesular ,-SSc value; lUimniage Sale, yard WHITE COTTON Extra value in fine while cotton; full 36 inches wide and free from dressing or regular 30c yd Uuiinnage Sale: yard COTTON A fine, sheer colton: suit- able'for night roues, am) un- derwear of all kinds, wide width ami values, lhal sell reguhrh it J c vartl Rummage bale varil The Big Sale WitH the Little Prices Silk Waist Special Dainly fine silk for ulyle Irnnmed wilh white collar and ciitfs, sizes S !o U sears viiue Vorth 51.15 raluc; Runt- CA- Sile, yard OUC BUNGALOW APRONS Made in g6ou full''style with bell al back from'good qualily of print in lighl These are far below -values; regular l.OO 40-INCH CIRCULAR PILLOW COTTON i MO'yarcls of circular pillow 'cpllon in inm -'ffualily and free from dressing or til! Ing, Ihls is lhal Ja, unbeatable nt COc Itummage OC_ sard OOC COVERS fo Sale Goods STORE CLOSED PEACE. DAY SAT. JULY 19IH THIS IS ANOTHER BIO SPECIAL Made in neat slyle. froin medium nuallly of nml (rimmed wilh lace and liiierllon, 34