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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE NINl-i MILADI (Iranil Chapter of ihc- Onltr of Ihe fcuslcm Siar is being from llio I'liliod Suites. Caiia- a. r ka.'Kngkinil and Stollawl vail alicm' the i-oiiveolloii. ioi.ular and arrre utnong for the rim UO'tmiUDUK UAll-V UKHALU if fr fr l.cd has arrived in f: ml overseas, alior four ycarj of street. '.Vatcrien Suuday to be wllh In cr, Mrs. Hoyl. fur a lew ds> Mr ami-Mrs. Ueorjc Kcrr and lit.'1' nlll ictu.-n to the lakes. oM.elhbrMRe." are vigors In '.he iv for a ihorl.lime-Calgary Alteri 1 .fllc MiSKCS and A. Build njv UB.II Ihflr Kndci ]i. if., ihc former jcturninE llii advisable aadvttk- council will I.M ..ork'ihB onYjis lor The neit year." "in Ihe casl urea! of domestic help eiisls. anil an urEaul latloil has been cliMltd in Toronto ite- women, voters. 1'l.m- sre.un- ilf-r wayVlo'ereit a i-nilral iilacc of lutetlne present lo be used as a l ou oan stand the lady uluor cuipkati-j Maelvur 111 Iho wesl IMS llie splendid orennjjallonv of- womrn's auiillnrles. siu-h'as thosf. ot '-He V. A.. Anu'y and'Kavy; Vcierjnu. i-uv Mrs. Jladvor Is liy her active in Ihe national council anil re- rent 6t-tbc Cr.iiBdlan 1) H. Uoth. woiilfcu Are ni, e Women'; llerjMrlaliou their' llril'inp wcst Mr K IllBiiiloiham, sin-in lam week end utp of Mmo in 'tic m equate o[ Miss Hflli" Stiole, Dido "studios. SasV..' has Joined the uf Ihe I-elhbrldee Conservatory and will of l-au.ervalory's'branches! ot lino llaroai us well 05 teaching "l tbe (j'.-sl o[ (lie week. Mrs-. --.vlio lias hccn spe friends in Culsary relumed 10 the' ciif. t o A V V IN THE PEACfe PARADE -i" c- f Mr and 'Mrs. MuClenaEhan hail as llieir cues? PaEt Ihclr'-nciihe-w Seret. W. T. Dennett wlio alter (our years' service over- suas, risumeJ his Journey to the coast Insi cvenliri. _. n overseas, lell yesterday foi icr. where liv will resume his form ci- I'.ulics wllh tiio Hank llierc. Mr. and Mif. K. X. Jones and fain ily who huvu lieeu visitir.j the fcimcri sIsliT. Mrs. Tadilou :il and Mrs I. Uoulton. Mr W. Inmail for llrnd for Ohio. holllK called away Ihc illness uf a relallvt. Ininau' and Miss liuili h.ivc posllioilL-d then visit to the coast. M The executive of Ihc Ixical Council C'algiiry. arc cnlertaiiliilS Mrs. J Canilihcll Maclvor anil Mrs. avor returned lo liie-'eily. from tucir im to the racllic voast. On Ilioy will visit in Edmonton anil ihc [olioiviiiK'day; accompanied by -Miss Jlarearcl will leave toi Hie cest lo visit In Otlawa anil New -Calgary Aibcrtau. Mre'.' K. T. Williams and licr two bo've Frcildic anil llhonnio. lo'i >es terdiy Hi v'.sU' triQsitls af Kcjoville. SaBk, Ior a inoiilb. Mrs Gco. II. -Mfl.eod and childre The netuil Merchants' Floal which won first lilare in Ihe Peace Parade on Saturday was Eraccd ihe pri'scm-c (il Alice Hair field as -IVa.-e Baihroncil." -and, Ivlyilic Il.iwdcn. Myrtle Hose. Mar Stafford and Ilurrili Jt j Jlary's second plan: wilh little j Ki-cda l.ippingn-ell as "Wee. nrllinn i.i." Evrlyii and Helen as thf lilt'.e Keil Cross nurses, and Dannie McFlrland as Ihc sailor buys. Tho arlkilesliy- privnlo car in Ihc procession was that of C. S. 'Crcs: and urranKCd rll, while' mil yellow :linl carried a mini j Lcr of fay voung ladies anil misses wilh llulbeih al I WEDNESDMJOmNG From 9 to 12 O'clock A Rush Sale of Capes, Coats, Suits and Middies The chance of a life-lime lo gel the finest garments at a price far below factory cost. Most of these garments are suitable ior cany ,all wear, all new Blyles, quality the Very best. t--------------------------------------------------------- MRS. MAC IVOR VISITS v if i.. the spend two months in Chlcajo. where [lapcslry room of the Bav. Hie. formers slstci isj snffer.iig ill hcallh. Mrs. J- S. Rose and Mrs. J. M- Hcnderson "and families are leaviny to ppcud a month al Nelson. 13. C. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Taylor apit litllt sou are leavlnK lomorrow for Kdimm Ion where they will reside- lo- sonic foiir months. GOCIAL EVENTS To Wilh Conditiins in Province Created liy DroulH C4I.UAIIY, July am not an alarmist.-as those who know me best can vouch, and when I Fny Ihfil ihe eitendlng over a large part of southern Alberut today is li-aclc. I am simply staling what :s ilie facl. TLrllled." This annouucement from C.corcc lioadley. rancher and leader of the opposition in the legislafurc, was made this inorninB, Mr. Hoaillc> heliiE in eity for day on business. "The situation." lo.wll Mrs. Mai-Ivor and Jackson. who re- Mr Iloadley referred.' was sneil to the food and feed siluation. for -16 use his own words, "it is not livestock nlono thai will have to be LADIES'. COATS Of Gaberdines, Serges, Coverts and Wool Velours. The Regular Coats selling for The Regular 550.00 Coats selling for The Regular Coats selling for The Regular Coats selling for SERGE CAPES wme visiiors hnrc for the Peace Day tllis comfnK winter lliroushont have hceu in attcndanc-c al Ihu recent meeting o! the national (onnnl in FlcEina. eipressed lliEDi- selves as very well satisfied xvitl'i Hie mcetiiiB, saying thai' (lie great work of the couucil >.his year will 'he the .-I r. liollowing up of the recent resolutions ?.nd piMforra. "The nalional coun- I I [115 LUIUlHh soulhern Alberta, but humans as well. On July IT Mr. lluadley attended a gntherins of farmers in Hie Travers district. There were between and 500 of IhKm Itiere and for the most part Frank O. Hyde inK i" SI Thomas and Port. Stanley, Onl. a Tho 16th triennial assembly of Hit Ijlllo Jack nnd .Ronald Alnsworll and a dozen of their wea friends, hsi] a picnic supper al li'o Fairlicld farm ilasl Bflernoon. Ice cream end many Boodles. EO much In favor wllh small i folks, .were on Ihe menu and Ibr countrr is aiiLh a gooil. place lo play thai iho little folks, will have pleas ant. memories uf Inelr oltllns am much to lell aboul it. cil must lie active, anil lake practical willi regard lo their resolutions. peopV. Theirs is uot-n-one-year Unence. but Ivro years. Thoy slnrt in lasl sprne on iiraclically what as a cruhstake from iho year bfforc. Silk Liiicd and Braid Trimmed. The Regular Capes selling for....., the Regular Capes selling for SILK KNIT CAPES-WITH SILK LININGS The Regular Capes selling for The Regular Capes selling for --The only .-ay'lo Eet insist regards vmntn's nlaitorin. so many wisli tu see some rtcfinitc slalemenl ot Hie principles Tor which tlie nation- al i-ouncll stands, Uiat a plulform was There's No Refreshment Like CRYSTAL ICE CREAM There's nothing can quite take Its place, especially ip surnmev- lime. Everyone enjoys it from n palatable standpoint. No other food is quite so cooling, so nour isliing, so wholesomq. For afternoon luncheons ov as a dessert for the summer meal, nothing" to equal it. There is no food quite so beneficial lo the children. So why nol serve ice best, the purest, .the mosl satisfying ice.cream. We make i t and deliver il lo you any [imc. Jusl phone us. A good variety o I flavors'. CRYSTAL bv J aim iJaay ILICJ.UIV. I and out With their crops hurried til ibere is absolutely nollilng of them wilh wl If r-.ny. teed, for (he catllc thesi men and their families are in desper ale straits. Some of tlioliifsa-.d Mr Hoaulev. arc now al Ihal stage whcr Ihev have not more lhaira feSv weeks food supply in and llieir families and nothing al B" in.sight1 for Ihe weeks Hud, months aller thai. "The Eituation is Eiicli, said Jlr- Hoadley, "thai I feel convinced tlieTe should be a special- session of. ihc 'c-Matllr.. called in IhC' near, lulnre (leal wilh :.t. is not ail affair Mml can be handled by orders-m-coun. c.il effectively. There must be reliev- ing laws cnacicd.1''_______ LABOR SITUATION AT TFIOUBLEO-ASPECT MONTHBAU .luly looai lal'ior siluation is Bgain (assumlne a iroubled aspect. The week opens willi workers in seven .irades 'to the nuni her of nearly on strike, and wilh Ihe Ihrcat of wire workers eo Ing on' Ibis aflcrnoon if Ihe employ crs do "not agree to Ircal.with the men The workers on strike nro as fol lows: workers; i cigar makers; :00 blacksmilhs horscshocr.v 200 bakers, 200_ wire A Splendid Lot of Ladies' and Misses' Coats The Regular Coats are selling The Regular Coats are selling at. The Regular Coats are selling The Regular Coats are SUITS! SUITS! Some'twenly or move line Serge, Gaberdine, Poplin Our Regular Fine Suits selling for.., Our Regular Fine Suits selling for. Our Regular Fine Suits selling for Tailored Sjte. jg TWO ONLY, TAFFETA SUITS Goo'd'Value at :0n Sale, Each SUITS Sizes 16, 18, 36 and 38. Regular value sale at, each I workers., 60 electricians .'anil 50 dyers nnd nrcssers. STATE OF SIEGE DUFIING ELECTIONS SAN' SALVAIlOHE, .Inly government of Honduras lias declared a stale of Blcee because of .violence during the elections In progress there, cccrdlnp; to rcporls received here. Tho government, il was aa'd, declar- ed potlllcal enemies were dlslnrlilnB peace ani order nnd were threatening evolution. THREE DROWNINGS AT MONTREAL S25.OO 1-3 OFF ALL LADIES' MIDDIES The whole oi our choice stock o[ the finest and newest middies to be had any where. On sale at ONE-THIRD OFF. son Co., Ltd ambassador. In his iililresa, Prcsldenl I'oincarc said thai Francs wan, anil lee was presented by Ihe .Spanish care rbday recsited the-nriiicipal mem MAKING THE is easy PHONE 1576 JIOXTRBAb. July ileallisi were reported in the Montreal district 1 over liiu.week-end, three of Ihe dcallis being by drowning, vvlillo'Ihc fourth vlclim met his denlli by Innipipc from C train near Quo. The vlcllms, Ihrec hoys and.oiic girl, were; all under tl years ot ago. J) SHARP CONTROVERSY OVER SHANTUNG SETTLEMENT WASHIXC1TON. debate on Ihc peart' treaty und lliu I league (if nalirms covenanl Wns re-; I today wilh a sharp controversy hcl-.vcen Senators Demo- ral, Jllssisalppl, and .Lodge, Mussa-. chniclls, and Borali, Idaho, llcpulill-.i cnns. over Hie Shantung scltlemcnt. j WIlllBins charged thai HepuliHenna In reconl addresses han jubmlllcd trroncona slallsllca Ins Slmnlnng. 'hill both senators rte-. iited lhl.< anil Mr, Lodge' reltcrr.lcd that'while Japan secured ilcrriloriall control over Slianlung ports, Ihe (lev- mm railroad and .oilier concession i iran.iferrcii, gavt ht-r prnctlcal cimlrol oVcr Ihd enllrc prnvincc. s The Idaho senalor n'sscrlcd Hint Ilic effect or RlianluiK pro- vision wfls to "politlcfll nnd ccolinmlc sovereignly over the province lo .lapan. A HOME mimimimoost wkeat tioftlung tKe most Teal food for :ilie least.irioney. ft maltnid an ideal food for te Summer fays. ;