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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIpGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVKN; MILADI Odnlite, Mi St. 8., at S le 'cilleil at A meeting of the at tie home of Uni worth tor the of mtkiic arrangements tor the ptetlc. It; called (or St. Augostin's club and A. Y. P. A. members for tonight, the at Augusta's room, corner llth and Mfc avenue .south at t o'clock. to make preparations (or a farewell to bo slTen one ot the- valued GERMANS PAID TO KEEP RUHR FREE Juiy "Wo sated the Bmhr bom Invtilen, but we paid a big tor way that Dr. ler Sitcom, minister of loroftn attain, the ot the meeting PESSONAl. -i Friends of A. K. Dunlop. K.C., will be pleased lo learn tail he is BOO a returning lo this city to resume tha practice of'his. profession here. Mrs. H. Holt and Messrs. Stan- Icy, Dudley and Walter Kolt leave 01) Saturday for Los Angeles. Cat. where they. "Ill their future home. Mr; and Mrs S. J. Morrison, of New Dayton, were among the guests at the Husband-Wellington wedding. Mf.-Walter llusbaiid. of Edmonton, was in attendance at the marriage of his brother, Mr. Herbert Husband, lo MlFS Mela Wellington. Mr; and. Mrs.R. liasbssn, of Plach; er Creek, Were present at tho, mar r1age of their son, Hdrbert, which took .plscc Ihls afternoon. 1 Mr. J. J. Marshall, government In-, stock can, Calgary, is a 'business visitor ill the city. W.'li. Falrfleld f.nd 0. n. ilarnoch lhavo returned from "Winnipeg.' Mr. and Mn. Marshall, Letbbrldge, , visiting -Mr. and Mm. Dwyer, near Industrial Deer Ad p L Mr. and Nlra.'W. K. George, of'To- ironto, announce the engagement of elfoEt Jesii. to .Major 11. M..Sarsse.'D.S.O. and bar, Montreal. The niarrlago will lake place in September; Nearly every cottage at Iho. popu- lar sunimer resort. Water ton Lakes, Is occupied. .-The roads to and froit tho lakes arc perfect at tho present lime.-. Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell Aird are at Watcrton Lakes for a few weeks. Miss. K. Brqdte Is spending a vac tlon at Mirror Lake, John of Medicine Hat is a business vlG.Uor'iu tho city. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bear and Gladys' Hinds left this afternoon fo Watcrton Lakes where they will apeai the next two or'Xbrec v: McCorvie. of Mapl Creek, is a guest at the. home of Mrs. Fred Hick for-a few days. Miss Christine Nelson leaves today for a two weeks' holiday at Waterton Lakes. Harold Brodie left today for Cal- gary-whoro ho; will visit his brother; Mr. 'Hamilton Brodie. -Mr. Fay.Davles.'who lias been visit- ing in the city for several left last night for his home in Winnipeg. Mary may ho present to open tho Toronto Exhibition (n 1921. Mr. Peterson, ot llth St. S., with bis wjfo and family, havo removed to- .heir farm at Terrill's Lake for the iummer. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Davies.and son, with Mr. John Davies, left for their homo in Medicine Hat after [ng-'tho gaests of Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Taylor. Itov. G. H. Cobbledick, The High; lands, leaves on Monday fur Hamil- ton. Toronto and London, where ho niU spend Ills holidays. Mrs. Cobble- dick, who has been visiting in Cal- gary; has returned Journal. When Hon. Arthur Melghen became premier of Canada there were chil- dren in the Uome of .the Dominion prime minister for the first time in 24 years. Neither Sir Wilfrid, Ldurfer, premier from July II, 1896, to OctO; her 6, 1011, nor air Robert Bordea. premier from October 1911, had any sons or daughters. Premier Mei- hen has three children. The-engagement is announced of ,111 y Pearl, youngest daughter of Mrs. ophia Jane Nlchol. of Baltimore, Mr. George Sneath Stew- rt, Klliam, Alberta, eldest .son of "reml'cr and 'Mrs. Charles Stewart; Alberta, the marriage to place during the latter part of uly. Tho honor to represent all Canaoa as member of the Women's Press Club at tho ImperialJ'reaa conference at Ottawa, 6th and_ 7th, iss been conferred upon MM. Arthur Murphy, Of Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs.- C. 8. Farrow and'son Eugene returned fro ma three weeks' visit with thfeir ecu, Mr.; Glen Farrow, at Trochu. GARDEN TO- MORROW There are cine entries In the Gar- lea prize competition connaetW "iti Un Women's Civic Clali'. "Tie MctaC eammUtoe InciMicc Mris. Joka Craig. lir. Paris, at Lte Ul farm and Mr. npcriiteadM of tie dtypmrtB. Tin Drat DC-tsw'gar4en will be made tmorrow ToesdaV.. it Spa lait week between the Oer- mani aliiw, according to a news report 'Germany's Calvary" (he in today's isane ot the which jays: Tron to Spa, tbet cva, Bnasels. will It l cotn- on rawtae that It miut kunv -to itW conference when OUo Hue. pwsisliwt of the German aoclallon. toid the half-million German miners to doram their tbw fed. A fie newspaper, "muifestal toaH-wlwo Hue cut It plainly "No foci; no coal.' iome In lha foothflts of' the Rockies. There will Dsrtmore ponies (torn the Princes oatate (or breeding purpose; and-eight thoroughbred lilllee tor rarlnf and breeding: purposes.. CHINESE REBELS DEFEATED 1. OF L. E. PICNIC (Contrtbuted) Mr. anil Mrs. W. .Carter. and little daughter, of who h'ave-been, visiting Mr. and Mrs.-W, Ix Hamil- ton, left tor the fioast this morning. Eugene returned! from a three- weeks' end visiting at tile Elvrood ranch near Taber. 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hlghfleld and daughter liave left to spend their vacation at Perrys, Slocan Val- ley, B.C. Everyone reported a'good lime at fie picnic held by Ibe Ladles' Society to the B. ol L. F. and E. on the 14th at.Uu exhlbitlmi Krovods, there being about seventy present. Games of num- erous kinds were indulged In and all the growMips .were children again. Tha best enjoyment of'all the baseball match between mixed sides of tbe ladfes and gentlemen, one team betac named the tigers and the other White Soi. Harry Munroc and Frank Kock made very good pitchers, and kept the ladles dodging their: curves. McElroy and Mrs. Jaycock the stars of the teams, making some very good runs. were run by the adults and children, then all did justice to the gowi things to cat with lott of ice cream and soft drinks. Everyone present saying they had the beat time ever sdoce they i were young. IN TORONTO THE GOOD TORONTO, July Budd. S years old, charges her uncle, Wm. Farr, with having whipped and .kicked her and fastened her by too ankles with a pair of handcuffs :to the staircase In the cellar ot his home on Saturday morning while he and his wife went away for the day .on a pleasure trip. The child says that dry.bread and.a cup of water left.on the cellar cteps for her. She was thus ill-treat- ed, she says, because early in the morning she had'asked for something to. eat. She managed to freb hcrid; and was.taken charge'of by a nelgK- bor. PRINCE .SKIPS STOCK TO HIS ALBERTA RANCH LONDON, "July His Royal Hi Pricce of Wales shipped horaea aid 11 ponies by Do- minion eiprws to his ranch in Al- berta, on steamer "Moncalm'from Brlrtol on July 7. They will be tram ferred from the :boat at Montrear to the Dominion express car (or their mile journey.. to their {uture WA8H1JK1TON, July of General Tuan Chih former Chin- se premier and minister of war and head ot the Anfu party la China, has been defeated. by Chinese regular forces under General Wii-Pel-ru and hick toward ilentooko. the at pektn re- ported today (o! the state department. The fighting cear tfekin and the wounded are'.arrlTlng ,111 that .'city WHEN CSING x WILSON'S FLY PADS READ The Quality Groceries Best of i _ _________ per Packet at all Draggisfa, Grocers and Gtneral A MEftS SUGGESTION OFTEN AIDS THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE, HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS. EVERY ITEM .A MONEY SAVER. Pickles, Climax :Sweet, in sealers, 32 each ffic Pjckles, Climax Spur, in :eacji 48c Sf.; Ai 37C Chase. Sanborri. Fresh Herrings, Wallaces Is, per tiri iSe: Fain4-ade, makes 32 glasses of orangeade, ea. 30c PHOHES 313 and FIRM for SERVICE Farr was arrested Saturday night on a charge, of cruelty. r _ ToMakeaTartSaiadJeli Jiffy-Jell ia'for silids as well as desseris. Get the lime-fruit fiaror it will make you a tart, green salad jell.' Mint flavor makes a fnint jell., Thc.fruit flavors in Jiffy-Jell arc (ruit-juici; essences in bot-- '.It in each package They are real truit, and the is abundant. artificial Try loganberry or vor for a dessert, arid Isarn delicious dainties Jiffy-Jell" brings (o yoiir table. A package will serve six people. Jiffy-Jell with its natural frnit flavor costs much less than jam or rainriaUdc. Miss Florence Hill was the hostess at a lovely clothes line; shower given Saturday afternooii. at ber hoine for the particular pleasure of Miss A. Jlyrl O'Hagan. Maoy pretty gifts o{ linen Tor the clothes Hne were pre- sented to tha bride elect .In a large lothcs basket. A special meeting of the Sir Alex- ndcr Call Chanter l.O.D.B. was. held ast week st the homo ot'the regent or tho purpose of laj'ing goodbye to Mrs. Holt, who has teen'convenor of he cotttnittee that has' done such good work oh the plot. At tho close, of the meeting; membership pin was to Mrs. Holt by tho Chapter so that even though she will leave her country make 'a new home, she may always feel that she still belongs to tbe Sir Aleiandcr Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. of Lcthbrldge. 1 Everything .is" in readiness for the Wednesday ovening dance to. he git- en by the Cannoneers Jait-bind in the pavilion at the Exhibition parity The floor will 1 e In' tion and Iho music wi.ll be of tho best. The Major Jack .Ross. Chapter will in charge. Tho.C. P. K. Social and Athletic club dance 'will be held in tha Masonic hall tomorrow evening. Special ar- rangements' have been, made, to "pro- vide for good.ventilation. -T Mrs. Treliving's of the Re- bckths will meet hime of Mrs. Obituary After being sick for a ehort with typhoid fever, Norman Fred- erick agent, of Ma- grath, died fa' Leihbrldge this morn- lag. He' was forty-nine years of age and la BUTThred by three brothers and one .sister. He was not The late Mr. had conducted _aa Ira- piement business in Magrath i'fbr thir- teen or fourteen years and Tvas born near Brooklyn, Iowa: Frank Lent, a brother, arrived in Lethbridge this morning from Brooklyn, and will take the body to Majrath for bnrial. The funeral services will he hejd in the Presbyterian chiirch at that point.' Births, Deaths, Funerals CLEARING SALE of Oxfords Pumps About 250 pair of Oxfords and Pumps in all leathers and heels. Regular prices to On sale at and Thla is no old stock, but all Ihis season's' goods, but as some linos are broken in itze! they must be cleared out. STRICTLY CASH. NO EXCHANOt NO APPROVAL, DeWolf's Store THIRD AVENUE Dtaint, Funeral Notices! of Thanks, In Memorlam, car- ried in this column, at 10 cents per line, each insertion, minimum SOc, pay- able In advance, Card of Thinks. Peter Johnston deeply appreciates the kindness and sympathy shown him and his family by many friends dur- ing the Illness anil since the death or his beloved wife, Jessie Ramsay Johnston. Many beautiful flowers were sent by Hie following: Thd fam- ily, pillow; Bob and Flo, spray; Mr. and Mrs. J. Giles, cross; Mr. and Mrs. T." Giles, cross; sprays from Grandma Oiles, Unlled Church Young People's Blblo class, United Church Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Itcagh, Mr, and Mrs. W. Haffern, Mr. and Mrs C. S. Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Wilson, North Lelhbridge United Fool' hall Club. 1S51 DIED 'l Fre.derlck, agedt 19 years, passed away In tho city eArly- this morning. The deceased's brother, Frank Kent, of Brooklyn, Iowa, hero and ,wlll accompany the remains to Magrath whero interment place. The remains will bo removed from Vo'f.erls's foneral parlon tc) morrow' noon. Funeral service will bo held In the Presbyterian church, Magrath, .nt 2 pjn. Wednesday, 21st lost. HEN'DERS ,iT.HE CABINET Ontario farmer, and July Gizetta'S ent Fays, "It Is quite prdbahlo that' agricultnro will receive additlotal represchUtlbn.- In the near future by a prominent' from the "ventral prairie, join- ing Cabinet without port-' folios." H is said that H. 0.; Handera, M.P.. for and a former president of the Manitoba Grain Growers'