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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAllYdiERALD MILADI PHONE Daily Fashion By1 Gertrude PERSONAL LleutcnaBl-CovcrtJor' llrett of lubulon. will arrive lit the city on Wed- nesday iBoniiua ami win lio the guest at of Senator ami Mrs. L. Cl. UeVcber. i> f, Shepherd epoiit week-end in be met bis Bister, Jlrs Bcutlev, of Simla, who is oil a visit to the-West. Mr am! Mrs. C It Dajilel, Mrs Moo'ro-'.of Kansas City, '.a1 sister'-ot ilr Daniel and Dr J I! Rhers spent the vreek-eitiS i. Barter trip to the Glacier National IVirk I fine ucddliiE ot Miss -vhrl O'll.ian {os Mr-CieawMchor, of j f tkcs tflace ibis' cunning, at ro> 9H j today for their ranch at Cardston L where they will spend tho summer. Mr. liiid Jlrs. J. Ryan, ot iUvleod, aro the guests of Mr. and Thomas Kennedy. Mr.-. Warren Harris, Calgary, the 9.M al' kuoj church A ii Uenoon iniTfaniJlj luie returned. 4g the. city from their vaci Son. flov Ciias K Crasg nnd Mrs Crags leaic soon for a month's The) spend considerable of th4 time with Mr. Cragg's parents at Call gar) t Miss Dlna Hatlnorth i.and Jims' Porter icfl this morning for spend Vancouver -where tbey their 1 'G Standing Sr and famH> left last night tot lied Deer Cal on nn cxte.idcd mil George Firth .and friends r I w fllr James Cranuej, of the Rojal Bank sou of 105 Sth South, reached nord this raorn- taj. Uut he has MKceasfullj passed the primary singing examination with minors Mr Cranne) is d pupil of Mr' H MtO lining J Mr and Xlrs If L and ismlly, of Coults, were visitors In the tit) jcstc'day, returnint to borne bj motor ting morning f G Ilobertson 'Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS KlUMCPEf; 5 T WORTH Z- Fiv haodle. Sold by aH DniRgLsls, and "General Stores J spent the week-eud visiting friends in city. S Mr. A. W. Murphy ii in the city from Calgary, Era Uispeti. left today on a vacation to Seattle. Mi8i.Gdlth.-F. Kirk Is a guest at the Alpine, clubhouse, Banff. Mr. B, Moor returned from the coast yesterday. JIIss Frances- Duusworth left today u motor parly al Calgary when-they will.proceed to Banff on a hoMda) i Mm. Agnes Fawcett, Torc-ulo lady, aged 59 climbed feet up Cascade mountain, Banff, and played iu.20 feet of snow.A.She was accom PAGE i v. uuc ran ttvtujli- talB iniPFPttllnf iS'tLe use K lh-mn juries ,rio j? vcloped in a pleasing shade of'ilark blue trlcolelte Although it fastens closeh about tbe neck, where white silk cordi hold tbe fronts together yet It Is uot designed for protec'tlou. Smartness Is its chief recommenda- tion, and this is emphasized In" tho handsome braiding that appears on the turn-back cuffs and the hem" of tbe coat. White JSauuel-is chosen for the skirt. But in order, that'll may harmonize with the jaCtot, atrljjea vi Hue angora-break its snowy expanse. The hat is made of thin white flannel on when rows ot blue braid are closely stitched -------of Burn ham of Uthbridge. The death at Parkstonc Dorset, England, of Mrs. Baker, widow of'the Cran- brook, will be read with re- gret by the of East Koot onay. She bad reached the-advanced age ,of .89 .The, bite Colonel Baker was at one time a member of tbc B C government a heavy shareholder in Iho Crovr's -Xest Pass Coal Co. He wms a brother of Sir Samuel Baker, the African explorer, and ill6p of Baker Pasha; the British officer of HusEare..who was command- er of the Khedire's at the Ume of tie first outbreak In the Sondaa, which latter event led to General Gordon being s sent out to Egypt- A son, Hjcle Baker, still resides at Cranbrobk. Mr. Norris Stollze, who has been spending the past week in Barons, lias returned to the attend the MclTorO'Hagaa redding' Last Monday evening, at the Vew School of aiid Arts, Xew 'iork, :i joint recital was given by ilariou Staviovsky Leo M Coombs, two talented pnpils of the ivelllnown >olce teacher, Ualfe Leech Sterner The auditorium was ailed to capacity Mr. Coombs of tiiis citv, with tenor ot pleasing qualit) and his clear diction and artistic Style of singing, made a deep impression on I his hearers rendition of the aHa Spirto Gentil" from the opera 'La Pavorita" was good Frank Howard Warner, the eminent composer, and teacher, was :.at the piano, Iw0 of his beanlrfitl compoil- tions being sung by Mr. Coombs Tho entire program was glren from all arias from the operas sung in Ital Ian Both singers were received with Duet Monr si pura e bella" Miss Stavrovaky and Coombs.'- x "Spirto Gentil" (La Mr. Cooiiibs.' "Salve diniora "casla e pnra" Mr. Coombs. Birth of- Morn" Know a -Little Uose F (Frank Howard (c) 'Wature Awaits Mr. Coombs.; I lucevan le stello" I Mr. Coombs.; Healthy teeth cannot live in (Ver- j. tissue, Quins tainted with.Pyorrhea- very generous applause.- rendered the following: Mr. Coombs iflio the body, tower its vitality arid cause many ills. .tender and; bleeding puns. Then the'gtimt recede. ,'jof to rid the system )of the poisonous germs that breed in pockets about them. Vi, forty v disease. But you need not Visit your dentist often :tooth and gum inspection. And away by using Forhan'a For Ihe Gums. The Gums will prevent check its wd consistently, i dentifrices cannot do tins. FOR SUMMER SPORTS Thla interesting: costunfe reveals Half a Pin In Jiffy.Jel! dt.-scrts the fruit fli- j-ors are For instance, half pmcj.; 13 crushed to make the Savor for out pint Jtsscrt. This u-dooc'-'in-Hawaii from fruit too ripe to snip. All fruit flavors are from condensed fruit juice They in liquid bottle package. That is true of BO other quick gelatine dcwcrl A rew cents will serve a real-fruit desstrtfor people. No artificial no is the most dtlicwui fruit desert available and it coaci in choice flavors. Toronto and N. Y. Fire Chiefs Titt and N. Y. Man Will Go Home ..V i club rooms at S o'clock- All members please be present There will bo no meeting of tbe Senior Division No 1 Companv, of the Girl Guides tonight. ft 44 4 PRINCESS MARY AND 4 UNKNOWN ADMIRER -j TORONTO, July Chief John Kcnlon, iircsidciil at the Inter- national .Convention of Fire Chiefs, did not take his plfue as chairman of the ISth annual coii'ventloii, which opened here todai, following his dls- aBreemcni'witb the executive commit- tee and with Ihc-reception committee, respecting the selection of clergymen I for the opening ceremony. :The vico-presldeul, Chief Jobn Heeler of Denver, Colo., presided dur- iug the opening Imocalloti by Kev. Cation and the memorial ser- vice wblcli (allowed, when Rev. Byron StauOfer gave an address of eulogv for of the United Stales 'and Canada who haio lost their lives dur- ing the past year Mavor Church, of the official welcome. TORONTO, Julj rift in.tbe line has occurred between Fire Chief Konloii of'New. York and -Fire. Chief Russell of Toronto, on the eve of the 48th annual convention of tlio Interna- tional Association of Fire Chiefs in this city and last night Chief Kenlou, who Is president of the asso- ciation, announced his intention to re- turn to New York The trouble lo due to a difference of opinion: between the fronted Th ed 'jrith the The is con problem of secret o secre lore affair The story is that Princess JIary has an unknown admirer, send express mcs sengeri but able W conceal his Identitv, despite all attempts of tho rojal family lo solve the Tho letters contain expressions ot great admiration and decjest affection A lighter rims through them, bnt in the main they arc most All the notes are typewritten and thorb is no clue jn the post mark to trace the Idcntit) of the author The other daj the -nas deepened by tbe receipt of a gift to the princess of a handsome diamond believed lo be from (he an. tbor.of the letlers. The, princess, when. Questioned by her mother; said she had no idea from whom tlioy' came.; The package bore the Holland postmark. -The king-and qneen.'de-1 sire.lo put'an end lo the letters and return tbo necklace, but are in a qiiandary.as to how to proceed against the mysterious admirer who Is able to conceal his Identity. Reply i's That 'Ajanulnient Deals Only With Sacrariierifal Side, With Civil Canadian Holiness Pope. Benedict has annulled recen.lly I bo marriage of Oscar Drouin. a lawyer of-thls city, lo Miss Cecil Lemieui of The wedding was celebrated about1 two years ago. ''.Protestant Ministers 'Protest ilp.NTKHAU July number of Protestanl ministers haviug passed a resolution prole'sllug ithe annulment wy'tbejllonian Catholic authoriri-w b ere ud d U'he con H s; of the' marriage of-Eugenie Diiggan.-a'-Catiiolic, and aeorgd'.Brenuau; a I'roteeUWjbV a clergyman.SArch- bis'uop. Bruchesi. through Fath'er A. Cufo.ltc. his grace's adviserfon 'suci matters, has -Issued a reply. -V- Father Ciirrotte points out Ihnt the Itoman Caihollc church here only deals ..with the sacramental aide of marriage annulment cases and leaves their civil effects to be dealt with by llie competent courts of the slate The Stdfe of Quality Groceries Puffed Rice, "2 for 3; Puffed 3( Cream of Wheat 3( J'ry's Cocoa, Vi 3( Mother's Macaroni, 2 2C Ready Cut, 3 pkgs. for 3c CreameUes, 2 pkgs. 2e Lennox Soap; 15 bars for FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DAILY Phones 313 and 1513 35- PLUNKETT TALKS ON IRISH PEACE PRICE OF WHSA'T'WILL BE HIGHER THIS YEAR THAN LAST YEAR, IS ESTIMATED IJDNDOX, July Horace OTTAWA Juh adute; Plunkett, writing lo the Times on the I at indicate thai the' wheat subject of labor's Irish conference with t of France this autumn will approximate at least 36 million I Premier. Lloyd (Jenrge, says that the I British people must be reminded of two reasons why the Sinn Fein peace- maker askf d. tor by the premier Is -'not on the bridge between the Iwo Lease For. Five Years and May Buy C. Cole- man is New President ED310NTOX, Alia., July 2S.-Prc- I af Stewart and Attorney General Boyle returned Sunday morning from Montreal, where they were "success- ful in arranging by which the- c e- Canadian Pacific Railway -couipanv Is co tror'and open the memorial Service for 'deceas- ed members of Ihe Xssocialion.1 i The Nen -iorli flre chief, it'is stated' bad selected the Catholic arcbbisliop for tbe service ttithout-having con- ferred Chief Uussell, who as licad of the local committee, "had arranged with Canon Cody lake the service I am Just a plain. delegate now." Chief last night. am off to New I am quitting." Just what effect Iriis quarrei ivill on Ihe a question that may lie solved-this- alternobri when the delegates meeL> About delegates are ejected to attend the orucnlion and a large number have already "arrived.' Hussell WJni'iOut TORO.NTO Julj Se.-tGmadian Press) -ITial Ihe opening-invocation, at the first rsesxion al F.re Chiefs (.omention here today. The-C.-: P. "II. will .Kavft-jaiitrol 'nf the operation' of the road, and will appoint the board ot directors for the bushels, The demand In olfior conn- tries apart from Great Billain will alEb.be ton and pilcei are expeclcil lo reach a litgber level thin o e minister's otter it would.be well if the British' people ponder these two things .1. r Referring to the ialior J If. Thomas, Sir Horace points but Hill speaking for. the British Thomas would at least he hcar'jl -witli that the 'government w'as respect government wa opening negotiations H-Uh-.reiirescnia- tives of. tho Sinn Fein': for tho rntrpi'se of reaching a.cbmprQtriise'aB td die future of. Ireland were set 'at rest In the house .by.the- prcmiei-.: .11 the The provincial government. In ac- cordance with'the provisions of tho legislation 'passed at the last session of the Isgislafure, is 'advancing QOO for the purpose improving the railway, the work to.be done by tbc C. P. R. subject lo Ihe approval of the minister, of. railways of the province. N'aluralty Hie premier, wbo has al- ways been anxious lo have the. rail- way situation iu'the a bet- ter foundation, .was very 'pleased- lo have completed aiicli a satisfactory arrangenienl. Ho is quite confident that when the company has obtained full knowledge ol the productiveness of the north country, it will exercise ;Liits this mc ex- in in The lirst reason, says the >cai n'iei tllc elllc( purchibers writer, is that until recently anyo'ie 1 werc "le fcoir-rnmenls putting hiiaself'in the pos'llldn ot There will Le considerable purchasing peacemaker between aiHlthe Sinn Fein would have been summarily jailed without, charge or trial, and secondly, "because tbe Irish people liave lost all fiiUb in tbc prom- ises 01 the Si? Horace continues: "Before the Irish tragedy is wanton- ly deepened by the rejection of (he bul thej vviil not co-operate to tba same extent in buying v STEAMFR UNCHARTED ROCK HYMHX July (Cv Canadian British steanier U'illdoni- Ino bound to Halifax struck an ut> dialled rock on tlio eastern shore in tlie ucinitv of Can-ions on Saturday and tore a big hole in her bow. Tnn steamer's forcpeak fa 'full of.-.water. She sent oitl n call for as sislauce and the C'anudian government steamer Lady Laurie r. lias bsen ilis patched lo her aid According to a. wireless message last n ghl, steamer has '0 feet ot watci In her forcpeil The Willaommo term ejh the -ind built at In 1919, Rnci 5j750 gross tons LOVE. UNDER OBSERVATION I- .TORONTO Julj 2C Vcc.or.hng to a, sUlorient tod bj Hon I n niev j attorney general V-nell (wick confc sod lo the mul-.Ier of Ins (.moltier m 131' for which crime his father hanged "t oAcn ijouiu1 "under observntion. Hnhey declined to BJV miero COllfitl't' I 111 the CHILDREN OF ITALIAN RPYAL, FAMILY The chilnreh of 'the 'Afni' aro raflidlj' 'BrownB up and begin to form the center oi young, people belonging to the arls tocratfc families of IhB nation, wh .The and dance whlcli the Earl nnd Countess of Londonderry nerry gave- In, London recently al London- It i only 17 is a gentle" glri'wlth 'greal charm of manner, who resembles rath- er thtf Princess of House, of Savoy They have all been brought iip most wisely, living a healthy open-air life In the castles belonging to 'the roya derry Home, was tire.' most splendid Cnterlainrnerit that has taken place in family In their nr.tlvo Tiednionl or Wndon; "during the -afcynn. Their Majesties tho Klnji'.and Queen Caslcl I'orzlano about 20 mllen froni directions, and consult adtntist: pest gol.d.'piate at- sun. Her the fahiofis' immediately for sneciai Ircatrncnt, 3x a'ud lubes in anaca an U. S, If vourdruggist, cannot supply you, send price (o.usdlrectandwciviHr I mail tube postpaid, w f i Londonderry. Daiiclng jook olaco in I tno gallery, and siipper'was served in th'e- trfo ono' for- the royal p.-irty guests, and the Other ffir fh'A nawii, l other for the general parly.1 "JP ln'0 Io' hoy ot sport, In Ihe Intervals ot tho comewfinl severe iflenlal -.training which he Is undergoing lo fit hlni for his future position. Princess -Yotanda, who consltlers hert-olf now nulte a grown Up yonnj- lady, delights to nccompany her. fa The ueginnsra- and AND SOCIETIES _ rasna.and lalcly went with Mm-to speml some hours of serious study of 'depart-' ..w UVBI.I.IU..I aiiu menls ot Knox church wfll hold a pic- nic In Knox church basement on TUBS- clay nrtcrnoon at 3 o'clock. Teachers will provide refreshments. All cliil- o'clock ficssion asked lo.bc prescnl. ifi) suy o the nicavatlons at Ostla, the port of nome In ancient Imperial days, which perhajn even better than gives of how people llvcj (n a r.ivlnclal town or iipj. tonalist, Is a more than us- ual significance. Jl- marked tbe ac- ceptance of a precr-dejjt for tho fur- ot the fire irecedent Ihsfglves Ihe right of the jeplion, conimlltee to choose tbo convention's spiritual adviser, so to speak. In spite ot the) tact that the president of tlie association may de- sire another clergyman' for the iouce quite Peace sure river country will benefit greatly by hav- ing, a strong company like the C.P-.U, controlling the operation of the. rail-, way line, which Is so essential to Ibe j success of the north country. j J. n. McArlhur and associates IraveJ withdrawn from the directorate of tlie Edmonton, Dnnvegan and Brilisli Columbia Railway company. c. Colcman of Winnipeg, manager o iouce cVreiniinlM uolelnan or Winnipeg, manager ofi "'eslern lineH, has been elected prcsi-j tent of the company In wtBawlSn to Mr. ilcArthnr, and Charles Murphy, ol. Winnipeg, also of the C. P. has been elected vice-president..replacing! J Dr. SlcLennan of Edmonton. i "The new board consists of Hon nadian cum- j Charles Stewart of Edmonlon: I) C -his prcrog- coleman, C. Murphy nnd W. 51. Kirk- nant clsrgy- pairick-of Winnipeg, and George A .-I sonictimc ago arranged, through fh'e Roman Catholic archbishop of New Archbishop M.cXcll of Tor- make this In- .vocation.. Chief, Wm. Uussell of Tor ontorcbairman of-'the Canadian 1 nilltoe urged tbal alive and chose the Prptesl nicu abovo mentioned. STEAMER jon al Antivorp' frp'm York, l.mperalor al Southampton from New Yor 'Aiaitania at Xevv-..Yprh from Livcr- Tunisian at I.oinlon from jionlreal. ,-Cnnopic at Naples from Now York. Grampian al Ant- ITOrn Walkcv, solicitor ot tlie C.P.Ii. In Cal- gary. Mr. Rteirurl, as minister of rill- I ways, will-represent tho province 'ofi Alberln on the board- in accordance with terms of the operating''agree- ment made with the Canadian Pac- ific railway.: Mr. Colrman toJav an- nounced the appointment ot J. A. MacOregor as. nmnnger, heai quarlcM nt wcrp. INFANTICIDE IS CHARGED ST. N.IO Jiily Louis A. Uppsr .Mills, N.H., was on up for Bt St. Andrews on a charge of causing of her Infant child whose body was found in the St. Croix river on. June us vote ontheb'est kind .of corn flakes POST TOASTIES would win hands down At Grc 'Everywhere.-1'.-' th NOTES IN CIRCULATION OTTAWA, July Donilnlon noloia In circulation on July io tolalie.l 016.250.17. Tbcy .ire covered to llje extent am', by of-approved'sectirlilu nniter the Finance Act of ian't'o Ihc c.f' of another r tions or 'pourparlers wttu'anv r.etliou of aud answered trulla. will not be allowed to land In Kngland, because of, his recent utter anccs, Premier I-loyd du lined to give his opmio i of eel In the house of commons'todriv. One sip of Lanka settles the tea tion. The rare flavor, rich and'stimu- np equal. Only skilled blend- ing of Ceylon's hill garden teas, can achieve such quality yours in tho striking black and white package BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada WONT INTERRUPT'Sifenv'ice'- i Appetite Was [nearly all the'nine nnrl scmo clays 1 All Run Down-Now VICTORIA, n. ,c.. wil.l bo In Iho. weekly I to Klewnrl thrmigh the iinfor-} lunalc .mishap to the steamshipTrfiice1 tleorgc.ln Seymour'Nhrrows. it Is an-! noiincccl by Snpt. C, II.- Nicholson, manager of Ihc 0. T. p. .coast stjam-' ship.-Service. The steamship 1'i-lucc All Run Down-Now Feels I my Icelh Like ft Different jF" Since Taking Tanlac, "J- n-tfci. Olltl III! LU IU JJtJII IU Different j Man j WM fur il waa al'nosl "lore ll'arl "I am fccUng ns finfi its I ever was i i am iccnng ns nnfi as I ever was wouin nt-ip mo 1 we ho.pressed my life, nn.! the reason fir It all Do recommended it NEW CANCER TREATMENT TOROS'TO, July new method of irc.illng cancer of tho throat.': giMifl, .director the rndln-ll [ho 5 n special c.'iblo is.Tniilnc." snld Adricn Ulackbiirn, a prosperous farlnor llvlnu at Ito.umont, Alberta, recently. "Kor nearly two he contin- ued, "i suffered nil tlin afjony that goes with ".My falher. siiggesto.1 tliat T try ranlav, as I unnteil to tzr.{ sure thai I ivas taking srjmcllilns that woul.rhflp mo 1 went In elector jinrt So I began 'fuirrlll day I ...D .Jt .uiri siomncn ironliro. nnckacrf aa by means nf rmllmn omanftt-.and Iieadscht-s, nml tlic was Vo' -ha be.6n discovered by. Dr. Jit'- great :l almost a conmlet" the rndln-lliera. i v lie i wreck JIK-. r" In-; i-iRht, my u from iliiit what llulo.I 1 ate, tasted lie was so poor force down bfire- 1 I-' l( om hare l Kinp re toilay. on rny feet, flight nfler cat of iins, supplied a few of tbc details of the says lhor dispatch. "Dr. Hegaud ssld after, systematic njipltralioil of radium !.bo BrowtliS disfipiienr entirely, leav- ing tho patient In normal health.1; inc. I bloat up with gns nnd fae! so miserable nnd nauseated I would bavo lo Ho dmvn. 1 was absolutely run down, ti great deal under weight, and fit one time I had to lay off from work for o month. I had sharp pains my back ached lakliig it and on bcsan to tool bclicr. j have tnVcn tlitee bottles no-.v nun I nitt 'lihci ri Wliy, I can git enough' to satisfy my anptiita. .My cllgc.stiqii never better and t never r.fter eMing. Thosa heaclaclic.? have loft me antl tlio pains in my back hav'o entirely disappeared. I hava gained nine poniuls In n liitlo over throo weeks, and i: i do as ii.ird a .lay's work as any man, Yea, sir, Tnnlac lias flsccl mo up so fine I will always bo gln.l In say a good word for K." Tanlfl.- is sold In J.etltbrlilee by; Jc-hii Iliglnbolliniii Co., In Coal- burst by Diamond Store, nml In Warner by Mrs; N. ci ;