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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ELEVEN TIiniSDAY, JULY U MILADI PERSONAL o 4 Miss Marjorie Mills, formerly In charge o' vocalloual work al tbe llrell Hospital. Hanff. bas gone lo Cal gary to lake over the -work of Hislioi I'inkhani and Mount.View hospitals. )lrs. F. U. Vales, of Stlllnater Minnesota, is a eucsi al Iho home o her son. Mr. D. H. Votes, lilll bt. MM. U. J- Dinning and cuildre are leaving tills week-end for nn ex tended trip to eastern Canada. Mr. aud -Mrs. F. Colpinaii and daugti teVs Kathleen nnd Helen are Bpendln a summer bolldcy at I'roclor, B.C. Mrs J Campbell Maclvor and Mr R Jactaou left Calgary last ev nlng for the easl. They will visit Medicine Hat and many other c'.tl en route. Mr. aud Mrs. F. M. MfPherson a children, Sire. Laurie if- Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and 5Irs. Morton were visitors to tno motorist convention yesterday and left today lor Glacier Park and Wtlerlon. Mrs, Win. Whillaker and three chil- dren lefl recently for iii eitcndcd visit in Fort William, where they will Join Mr. Whlllaker. Miss Marion Crawloril. of 1-clli- bridge, is Ihc giiest of Miss Dorothy daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J N. Albertan. r uurjLMK v vo years In Fr.ince at No. S tana- an General Hospital, (i equate breakfast was Ueld at lie home ot Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Crcmte. al w'ascli ommlsslon's work. f Mrs Mlchic, who -lias been he guest of her slsler. Miss Agnev.. or the liasi Ihree months, lefl yc-s- erday for her lioroe In Winnipeg. ot Ihtir friends. Mr. ar.il Mrs Christie left on a honeymoon Savary 1'land, tbe bride iravell'.ng In a smart costume ol navy blue broa'l clo'.h. On Ihclr reiuin they wil reside si Knglesea J-odse. Mr T X. Christie made liis head- quarters al Diamond I'iiy ill one- Tlie Herald has U frum sood au- Lo'ity lhat Inspector Muudy will be suu-eeiled here by Insr.oolor who was formerly in charge and now lUlds the rank ot Assistant Suuerin- tendsnt al Edmonton. cMngo a evldenlly the result ot the. reor- eaoizalion-uf Ibf wh'.ch Ihu now commissioner. Mr. Cuddy, is uow lAisy 'commissioner Cud.lv. along with j Sillierintendeal nryan ol Ihe A.P.I sniiilt yesterday afternoon in Hit city. will, considerable limn at Iho head. tiuarlers of the loice. He letl In the morning In Ills car Tor tal- quarters ai UIKIUUILU n? Iliose froin out ul town who; urj jir. Douglas Christie was attended the funeral of the late Fred wilh tlio Bank of Monlrf Wllmol were E.. 0. Follls. l.a-, comoe; Mrs. J. f..Davidson, of Lelh-! comoe: j. r. bridge; Mrs: ana Mrs. K. II. Wllmol. und Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Henderson, of How Cal- gary llcrald.X Tlie marriaEC of AlderDian Frank Freeze and Miss Clara May Anderson. it Calgary, took place last afiernoon al 0.30. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i o general meeting of the AL Knox mnnse, on Wednesday. Julv 23ril. Rev. A. II. Uenoon unil- ed'in marriage Miss Ida May ot and Thomas (Innt Me Leod ol Ilnssano. The bndo and groom were attended by lilo sisicr ond brother ol Ihe bride, and the cemuony was performed in Ihc- pres- ence ot a puny o[ friends. Mr aud Mrs. will make Iheir home THAT TELL A STORY OF Big Savings to Thrifty Shoppers EXTRA SPECIAL! SALE OF BLOUSES Nursing Slsior.'E. C. Letellier, who Trent overseas In 1916 wllli Ihe C.A.M. C., is In Calgary for a few days, Ihe guest ot Mrs. J.- M. Lauerman, 1P02G 115111 street. Miss Lctelller, who bai Beautiful Women rjiSoclctjr.durlnglhcpast lercnty yean hive relied upon It for their distln- iguahtd appeirance. The Council ol Women will be held the V.M.C.A. on Friday al 8 p.m. lo consider a leller from tho L..A.A.A. in regard lo supervised playgrounds tor August. At lllb meeting o< the 51. Cyprian's Tennis Club held lasl Monday eve- Ing U was decided to have a socia J o'clock. Monday. couiniendnK Tlio evening will he pent In tennis and music. Refresh monts will bo served. U is hoped al nembers will be present to enjoy the evening. _ _. v MARRJAGES Ixithbridge, his wife and children will soon be forced Into the ranks oj. Ihe "Great Unwashed" In the upward. tides soap is takiuj. This lias Iflken a decided and washing iiowdpr has followed suil. The average htighl to wtilch soap has risen is one dollar per case, wholesale. Ivory :-oap has advanced Hoyal Crown 05 cen to 50 cents; fancy soap !1.2n. v. ash; ;at, powders have leaned to anc Pcarllue, nol to be outdone, has lump d Cakes which retailed at three for Mr Marshall, ot the Canada Molion Pictures. Ltd.. along with Mr. llerron, ILe camera man. is in Ihe niy in re- K-ird lu inking films of the VSaterlon Lakes lour of Hie Alberta Motor League These films are for the Do- minion Trades and Commerce Depart- ment to be used In Ihc- tourist propa- ganda campaign In which the depart- ment is engaged. In addition to the films oi Hie tour i ihc following views of Ihc city wil 'he embodied: A panoramic view of I Hie ell- Gardens: lead'ne In and out of Ifie city; me Irish level bridge; oulsiae cars mii-lng iheir way Inlo lh? city for the onvenllon; the line-up lor the slarl f the "lour; the? procession 'of cars oing out on tbe tour. led v cenls are now selling for 10 cents Four ror a quarter is now Oriental Cream BITRO PHOSPHATE FOR i. WERVOUS.ANAEMJC k PEOPLE'' ibreo for An interesting wedding look place H i the Holy Rosary church, Vancou- nnd er, when Mary Dorothy McFeely, scc- nu daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. -E. J. cl'eeiy, IMS Burnaljy street, Van- ouver, became the bride of Doug- s Christie, of the Bank of Montreal lalf, son ot Mr. T. If. eiired banker ot. Calgary. Hev-.Dr. c'e.lbbrated tlioSnuptlalrmass, profusely dccoral- d hy lhc'..girl'ifrienns of Ihc rith" 'nalms." The ride, who was givou nway hy her allicr, was atllred fn a while, silk ult wilh Parisian ch'apeau en 'snlln. carried shower bouiuel of white -DECS. The bridcsrnald, Mlsa Urace sister of the bride, .wore white net over lavender and pink, and carried pink carnations. Jliss ijrace Anne CromEe, niece of Ihe Dride, was frocked in pink nluon, and carried n sweet, old-fashioned poscy. .Mrs. McFccly, the bride's mother, wasi smartly gowned In navy silk moire, with which were worn chinchilla Iili'i. The went "overseas as a lieutenant in the 72th Ilaltalion, later Joining Iho noyal Air Force, wns supported by Capl. Ian i a quarter, and so it goes regular fligli'. o! cosmetics a e to be perfumed wilh wil soon be a dislinclion. i. July At a meet- ng Ihe tcleiibonc operators' sec- lion of 'the Electrical Workers' union ir.dav. sifter a discussion of Iho mer- 13 o'f the One Tlig Union, il was de- -ided lo relaln the international af- filiation It was' also staled that Ihe blccii'i'-al workers' body eenerajy .was 'laklng a similar view of lie case but ihc ballol in this connection will not. be" taken unlHoljoul Ihrce weeks hence. It levels all ranks! The rich imust have it because no other is quite so good arid tbe poor have long since .found out that Blue Ribbon Tea is the most economical. most irnpnrlant and satis- fictory news of the far as. :Yt concerns Eoulhern Alberta, Is the notice of land! included in the L'ethbridge Northern Irrigation project now being advertised. This is the first practical step to- wards bringing Irrigation to head. Two weeks will be allowed to elapse from the date of the no- lice, when incorporation will pro- ceed, wilh the elections to follow. Farmers of the district cannot but be elated wilh this news. It means laal things are moving a rcaliiallno of their In: regard to irrigation. FIFTY THOUSAND-MORE; y; TO COME FROM OVERSEAS OTTAWA, July "from th'c; officers and men being -Drought lo Canada by" the steamship's H.cEinn aril Winnifreda, the former -due at Halifax "today, tlierc still .remain. In ICnglano, Including solilicrsj depend; e'nls and unallaclied -women, approxi- mately Canadians who must-he brought homo ueforc the lask ot-ne- mohillzallon is complclc. Umunrr.lpd, roldiers .inil officers sllll: to bo Tc-- luracd number anil married 11 MO. Wives, children, and- tachcd women swell Ihc lolal to near- Although Ilio homeward rabveinbUt ot Canadians, is not tl_ present, as. h-avy as formerly, 11 shortly will-be snecdeti tip, nml It Is'believed thai by nb end of August all Ilio -Canadians and their deptlidcnli will be back n Canada. A Big Barn Dance Will Be Held on At Lathrop Delany's Barn, 12 Miles East of Lethbridge. Five.piece oreht.Ua. Barn Lighted by Eleclrlelly. Tho proceeds will he uacd lo pay olf the balance on Iho piano ol the Heady Jlsdo School District. ADMISSION, PER COUPLE I riEFRESHMENTS 9OLD ON THE PREMISES SAW COALDALE IRRIGATION DISTRICT The visiting Idelcoales: of the Crow's Nest Pass National High- way Association were taken on, a trip to the Irrigated area at dale on Wednesday evening. FATIMER WAS JUSTIFIED IN SHOOTING MOONEY Ont, July 24. Amos Shefrlck, the far- rrrir who shot and killed John Mooney In a, pig pen on the Sher- rick farm last Wednesday, and died a few hours afterward fromf shock, was Justified In shooting Mooney was the decision of a cor- oner's Jury here lalt night. PROHIBITION GOT THROUGH U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WAHIIINOTON, .Inly a vole of nearly three- lo one. the house.1 passed a bill for its enforcement, T'lth provisions nnd penalties BO drasllc ,n to bring from the men who framed it the prediction that It would forever sniiuress Iho liquor tr.lfllc on United Stales soil. one hundred members, filly-two Uenlocrnls, and lorty-ciBlil Hepublicans, refuso'J -to support !l. Against (his even hun- dred, the prohlulllonlsls, pllttlhg tip n solid front (9 the very Insl, polled SS'p'voIes. Tho measure now BOea lo the lonalc. where many of Its restric- tions may be moulded orlslnick EVERY WANTED STYLE IS HERE 100 plain washable silk hlouscF. made mal slyles in maize, uini; or blatU. Tbese are new goods and righi up lo Ibe minule In slyie. Tliey aro values worth up to Sa.OO. !heer while voile lilouscs wilh dolnly collars of ;andic In pink, blue and rose. These are allraclivc cool and comtortiuie for present .tvcar. Values lo J5.00. THE STORE WITH THE VALUES NEW DRESSES Attractive New Styles That are Sure to Win Your Approval These come Is all the wanted materials such an plain and fancy georgette crepe. .Plain dc chine, comolnationj or cropland silks. Plaid silks, combined with THESE STYLES'ARE EXCLUSIVE, t. There-' are'little Imichcs to Ihese dresses' dial you. have nol seen before. You may be going away tor a Holiday and require a new dress. Seller see these before you go. PRICES AT RYL ANDS WASH SKIRTS Your choice ot our entire stock of wash week end Ibat will make lively selling. Regular values values for. 2.80 .'.Regular values for. 2.9j iRcRular values for. 3.85 values for.-5.25 SILK SUNSHADES Jnst fittccn Hue silk sunshanesjn till lot, but r. valua and style These are every one In new 1013 style. Nol an old one In Iho lot- Regular values up to Week End Sale If PAYS TO SHOP at the BUSY STORE Adler-j-ka Helps Her using Acilcr-l-ka my wife nblc lo do her own housework nn (Signed) W. II. Brubaker, Sallna, r Adler-l-kn expels .ALL gas sourness, slopping- stomach dlstrc Kmpllcs BOTH upp and lower bowel, flushing BNTIU nlimonlary canal. Remorca ALL. [onl maltor which poisons system. Often CURES constipation." I'rovcnls appen- dicitis. We havo sold Adlcr-1-kn many years. H n mixture of buckthorn, tnscara, glycerine and nlno other iimplo llhjlnbollnm t Ud., WHITE FLANNELETTE 300 yards of pure bleached While Hannel. cue in 25-Inch width. This will be the last of this wonderful value. Worlh at least OA End Sale, yard t-Wt Week CORSETS Wdlcs' liigti claas corsets in good medium style wilh low bust and heal quality of mater- ial-These nrc corscls that sell as high B.I nnd pair. Week End Bale, VOILE BLOUSES Black Voile Blouses, nmdo In a neat stylo with lull collar In elzes 36 to 44. Also ii few WH'o Blouses with cmbrcldertd fronl. Values up lo Week End Snlo 3.00 98c PILLOW COTTON A hurry up price on circular pillow cotton hi 40-incli .wiillh. This Rvalue that sells to day COc Week Eild Snlc, yard.................................. SHEETING 200 yards (if pure Dleached Sheeting In inch width. This Is unbeatable value. from dressing and filling. Value worlh OA 51.25. Week End. Sale, yard OVW SHEETING 63-ioch fine bleached Cotton Sheeline, suit- able for sWglc beds, cols, etc. This Is freo from dressing or felling and sells reg- ularly at loc yard. Week End Sale, yd. I FT HAIR AND BEARD culling of a crop of Imlr nearly half a LET HAIR AND B YEARS century old. nml the Irlmm np of n 'beard thf.t was mort llian pntrlarchal. After a silling of less than flaU.an our he emerged from. Ihe chair with close-cropped head. style of Napoleon. 111., (lie firs! lime In 3' A' Cbollcy, a veteran ot the' Franco-Prussian war ol li'iO. sa- in n barber cliul.r last week for Ib ;