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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta UKUAU) KLliVEN MILADI Tho Merrills inrly will lie In Letbbridee willi ill 'trom Aug. 5 10 14. jiroiing very popular- in Calgan' this week. The 'alsary Herald 'At Tuesday afu-mocn's perform- nee the program oiiiicnsl PERSONAL Mr i Mrs Clark, grandmother ol the bride at her homo. .313 5lh Avc., where u eupper was served. The 'yonnx couple were Iho tecip >'t many beautiful and usetnl jircsents. The' special Present to Ihc bride from the groom was a JhBnd some pendant and chain. Currier left on 'he Sirs! Frceburger has relumed to En chant alter spending a few days city. Consul John Stewart, of Waslilng- lo'n hasTEturned-from a visit to Fcr nic and Lethbridge, and is'leaving lo day for Alberlan Mr1, and night lioln for Vancouver nnd Waali iilglon and after a few months honey icon'will return to inako'their home in ciii'.' I A; Ihe Baptist church parsonage uiaston. in Derbyshire, '-was created in tavor of. Sir Koberl Wilmot for ECr- vices as secretary tor Ireland In Iho j cightcenlli ccnlury, Uiroughoul a term i of more than 30 years. i As for the baronetcy of Sir John Eardlcy-Wilmol.whose American wife. is now in -New York. U was acquired [by his zrnatgrandfather and name: sake parliament for Norlh Warwickshire and .as Governor of Tasmania. Among other ancestors of Sir John was a namesake who waa Ixird Chief Justice of England during the reign ol George III and who' refused the otter of ihc woolsack aud ol a peerage. Th-! name of Kardley comes lo this "Once1 In a. while somebody asks Ihe old question as to what there is In a says the Indianapolis News "There is at least 5100 a week in it to Lady Butt-Cordon, according 1o her recent leitlmony In a Now York court Khe Is an' Englishwoman who has lived in America for some carrying on Ihe business of a modiste under the name of "Lucille." there being more revenue for hor bvismesc: in Ihe States lhan in England, apparently. Kashion articles suppos-l cdly written !-by I .ally Duff-cordon are syndicated .by a New York publish- er and there arc women who swear by Ihcse stories concerning Ihe lalesl creation for feminine wear. Thus prinlcr's Ink and the art ol illustrations- have spread the name of the famous mdilisle pretty .much throughout .America. When asked In court the oUier day wbat she d'd in Ihc preparation ot these fashion articles .aud what hints, if any, she .i rtiB ONE BILLION FRANCS INDEMNITY FOR SEUUIA AND SAID PARIS, July and Serbia are awarded the grealer part of mor.e lhan Indemnity dtmand'd under the Bulgarian peace treaty, which arc nearly finished, according to the Excelsior. The remainder of the amount will be given lo Greece, the paper adds. AERIAL MAIL PILOTS AT ,M. Y. ON STRIKE on Wednesday, July 23rd, al 7 j'tranch of the family through I'n6 mar- ,lhe J'.ov1. F. Dafoe united In marriage jrjago oj noijcrl Wilmot. member ot UiiT of Ihe business men of Browning, oldosk duuehtcr nl Derby, in Ihc reign of Man? of Ihe business men 01 Hrowmng, omosu uansuu-r cliy atd Ihelr families and Iricnds are Mrs lo Mr. Harry Phil Kln. Wllliam and Qaecn-Mary, lo _ i Mnt rf narlv.' 1.1 r. nr 7Sth 31 isT viizabeth EarcUey tlio lieirGsS tin a la at the ancient ho'j'it of had been seated at Eardlcy. in Stat- tordsuire, since the reign ot Henry 11. Cy a with the Alberta Motor League parly; route lor Waterton Ihls noDD. J.lrB G. Kilmer .left yesterday after- noon for Wlnnlpen, lo visit her Mis hand who is laying dangerously ill al Tuiedo MHllaTy Hospital. TionJb. Sidney Doc, who left over- ifag wllh'a dratl of the 39th ballery, rrived home on Wednesday after- noon. Lady Helena, ot Cambridge, the sr.c- oVid'diughtcr of the Marquis ot Cam- bridge, nnd niece of Ihe. Queen, is go.- ,ing to marry'Major Evelyn Glbbs, of Ihe Coldslreani .Guards. The inarciuls ii bellcr. irnoiTp former litlo'ot the nuio ot Teck. In I'JW.'.hf feltnqulEhed tille and assumed by royal warranl Ids' present one. Major liile ot the 7Sth Up.tlen'- after-! MacVcan made a chan----- hridetmnld and Mr. James -Flddns brollief of Iho bride assisted f lecejuiun ..u...-. of the bride's mother, 621 Hth j a WDnian al Chilicptlc. O.; was sleep- .A leceplion was held at Hie home I.Pihtning slrnck ihe-bed on gave, she, replied, "Nolhmg. leslillea. pays.her 5100 a week for Ihe use of her name. Some- uody else draws the'pictures of women attired in. arc supposed to be. the latest creations from Laily Outl- Gordon's fert-le brain. The Englishwoman has prospered because Americans .worship names. Lcl someone make a .repnlalionj for doing Ihe right thing al the right i-tinie and he can live on -that, reputation for- years lo come. 'Gordon fails lo appreciate worshipful at- titude in which she' is' held by many chasers ot' fashion.. An, inquisitive wanted to'know if she hid NEW YORK, July strike of aerial mall pilots began today, no aviator appearing lo lake out the plane wilh Chicago mall, due to start from htre at 5 a.m. The strike is the first of its hind in (he country and follows Iht re- fusal of Ihe postolfice department lo rcinslale Iwo pilots discharged for refusing to lake out planes Tuesday on account of the fog. Medicine Hat War Veterans' Assoc ation passed a resolution regretting the disturbances Ihere ou Peace Day. "Why should I buy any? This country means nothing lo me. 1 have had nothing hul trouble over here. It i3 an awful country." Apples, Dried, 2 Ibs. for Marmalade, Wetheys, Is, glass, each...... Grape Juice, Marsh's, pints Crape Juice, Marsh's, quarts............ FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Oranges, per doen..............35c, 45c: 55c ljlums, per basket......................75t Fresh Raspberries, Peaches, Apples at Market Prices. PHONE 313 OUR SERVICE SATISFIES FRENCH RESERVES WILL HE OC'i. PARIS, July reserves of the r'rench army, including the class of KH7. will be demobilized by the' pild- dle o'f October, according to. plans completed by the government: and published today. Tberc. will'remain in sen-ice members of the classes ot 131S. IMS and 1920. DcToro the meeting of Ihe new par lament it Is understood Premier Clc- iienccau. as minister of war. and Marshal I'ctoin will draft a plan for Ihe reduplion of military servjcf. This, It is said, may reduce the nct.ive army to the equivalent of two chissti, or less. Jaraca Beers, a farmers ot Beers-., ville. .Kent .county.-lost barns.X three horses and tarm costing about SS.COO, by tire, as sequel of a dance. To arouse sluggish liver, to relieve a distressed stomach, to fortify yonr-, tetf against WAGSTAFFjrg -Real Seville- Orange Marmalade All Orangt and Sugar- No Bcj'JeJ tare in i X The Vide was Ihc recipienl of many liamJuonie and iisenil preseuls. Mr PhillipsWill reside th; city. 1- ....._ I whlBHT A very wedding look place at Ihe home ot Ihe bride's Mr Biiil Mrs: A. W. Tuesday, ,lllly 22nd, al I P-ln., wliejl their only daiiehlof Miss wiis united in the Holy Doncls of Matrimony to Mr. roval warrant us present one. ,1 ajui me nuij r. Oltb. is tamlliar figure In social de Hart. Supl. of Mines, for Jhe Nortn sporling 'elrcks-Jn London. He arm apuniufe been stationed al Windsor as com mantling officer and second in com maud of tho ColdslroamB American Collieries, The ceremony, which was witnessed only by the bride's Immediate family In as performed by-the J. II ]MOTC." CooksUnyii, On! Ladv Diana Cotipci1, who before licrH'hc bride wore her'trave.lllng snil u arriage Lady Diana MaaBErs, r.sTj- serge anil georgctle na who expected lo depart soon tor After a dainty luncheon Ralltornla .to-appear in Ihe movies', voiing couple led-on Jo. mqtor alnr wSero. they .will me? with i very sevcre-Vaccldcnl Sat- urday night. wnlchlng the vlc- tpiy fircworkaifronl a roof la, "sliOjfell'a distance ot twenty reel through ,i glass hroiicn her thigh. and baa SOCIAL EVENTS annual dinner in celebration' ol Dominion Day in IXMidon, Bng.. look place al llie Connr.uglil Grr-iit Queen street. Sir Pcrley presided, nnd among Canadians present were: Colonel Sir George -Mc- Laren Brown. Sir Charles A. llnnson, Mr. Donald Jlacmasler M.P., Llcul. Col. Donald Armour. Sir Gilbert Park- LfBUl.-L'ol.'J. Obod Smllh, lanff via 'Calg'nry, vi'Sero; they .will Epeiid their h'oneymobnl :J Mr. and Mrs. de reside hi Gdmonlon.- The bride Is ono of our most charm ing 3'oung iBdiea Rnd many, mani bcsl wishes for their happiness will 50 wilh them from a hoet of friends. Creek'Echo. Mr. DellaTl. was -forme'rlr located Rt Coalhurit. i ;l NOTED FRENCH AIRWOMAN IS KILLED IN ACCIDENT dler-Gcncral n. V. Mnnley Sims, Llcnl.- Col. P. Pcllctlcr, Dr. U. 11. Parkin, [llr Thos. Skinner and others. CHURCHES SOCIETIES I'AIllS. July1 Do Hoclie, Ihu French avlntress. killed in nn airplane nccldtml at llio airdrome nt Crotoy Friday. Tin. A general meeting of the Council of Women will bo held In Hid Y.M.C.A. on Friday nt 8 p.m.' to a Idler from the In rcgaril lo supervised playgrounds ifor Augus'l. A WEDDINGS iJlllllULIIU "W Ilaronesa flying a when Iho BccldonUpccurrod. The Uaroncsa DC Roche vvaa Hi first woman lo make nn [light over Paris. Thls'wns' aliont tc "i'iycars ago.-Sue .won her nir pllo Icenso 111 1910.. In 1D15 the Hnroness made an alt ndc record for women, rising lo iclghl of feel, 'and lii Juno o ho pi-osenl she few to HII nltlnil of bcntliiB tlic rword Law, Iho1 American woman f) zf. During her career as nn nflatrc Iho Ur.ronens had mcl with many a -'t .j .-j SIR JOHN AND LADY EARDLEY-WILMOT "'An Intcrcslmlf .wedding look plac" on Wednesday" nt Un? nnpUsl .chiirch, Calgary, May Amleison, daughter o Mrs. M. BIlMlicth Anderson, of 'Van (Oliver, II. C-. bcciuno tho wife of Alderman Frank H. ''Freeze, Unlgary. 1'te ceremony Was performed by Ihc 'fhc following Itcirffffom Ilic N son News refers Iti Iho recent glie ot Capt. and Mrs, M. .lolinslonc H'.T .lolin nnd lady Banl are vlflllliig Nelson. niul leacc Tlnirsrlay (or Iholr' ranch !KI FOR THE WEEK-END [.No. i Beef, Pork; Mutton, Vea and Lamb 'Spring Chickens, Turkeys and 1 r l bowl Fresh Spare Ribs, Fresh Pork Tenders All Kinds-of Cooked Meats for .Hot Weather Dairy and} Creamery Butter Fresh and Smoked Fish A Full Line of Cured Meats NOTICE! Commencing Saturday, July' 26tK, our plant will close at noon until furlher notice, KINDLY1 HAVE- YOUR CJRDEHS IN BY 11.30 ;-W PHONE iSoi i See Our Delhny's Meat Co. THE HOME Or HIGH CLASS MEATS Phones -'Office 452; Store 452 "L___l One Week Only Starting Tomorrow