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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 27, 1920 THE LETHERTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MMIADI PHOKB 1124 Mrs.'ip. a Ptshtr fhn bwu Hlng atvtte ,iome" of her parents, Jfiv and Mw, C, f. COBybeaM, left lo- for her IB tixotAa. where he intends' io re- main" tor -B. Brown, visor of tha Metropolitan trife ih'cs coafeuF, it In the I Mr, of Mr. R. (t njd resumed tht from Waterton Mri. 0 .A. Taylor, BOTTOM, tha Lacy, Sarieini Mr. tod Mrs. J. i were served trL'i IlBses Prpctp'r, u ot; fsujiiK.wiaq 10 announce-tne to Sijf. Jbli'lrVajiolenak, PAYS AT- GIRL GUlCJES Preibyterlaii ol one of the prettiest weddings' .of the summer, when Amy Myrl O'flagan, of-Jlr. Robert of th i B ell of-George Harold Mclyor only aon ot Mrs. MclyoriCraig, ot Rostcn Road. Toronto. Rev. Capt. Denoon 'performed the ceremony in the prosenpc qf relatives and interested, friends of 'the bride who crowded the church to the doors During the afternoon the friends Sale of A, sale tliat Makes it possible for you1 Experience the comfort of cool canvas at a decided saving. While stock lasts we offer our entire range at a discount "of 20 !per cent. COME WHILE THE IS COMPLETE Women's Slippers and Women's Qxfords clear- 'ing Women's Oxfords and High Cut Slides Women's Oxfords, Pumps and High Cut Shoes Men's >Vhite and grown Shoes Men's White Oxfords and .Shoes Boys' Brown Canvas 1 Shoes WILSON Friends of girls at the Girl Guides wish the Arrsngernerjts Cgmplete For Bjg .Day at Experimental Fgrm A picnic for, the church Sunday school folk the Unjted Church, North Lethhridge is being hejd at the Experimental Pa.vrn on af- the- 28th inst. nigs at church to. take all Who ran go for.thp afternoon and rJRS wiij be provided Rt at the place; for thnsa whn desjre to leave later.'.-.- It is reritiestef! (hat, those secretary.. -OPPOSE MEN .TEACHEHS y G GIRLS Caning'of girlrpupils in elementary schools 'by their 'jjtnle tca- cliers, a h'aa gen- England; fp.r many years, re- cently brcome tjio. subject of much iTitipIsm ant, the Dally Mail lias slarl- jn agitation absndo.nrncnt. Many, loiters have' beeir wrltteii :.tho of, efs. advocating iiiilicUun '6f corpjiral punishnicnl ot by s jvomeii. prqt.est tIm.tvij's'ensIlivpVgtri.'m'ay. never fully m ahl'o beiiig a schqoi, said If a knew the practice of men artmtafslcring cornoral punish- mcntijp'girls was he was to it. THE fAMILY .-.PORTAOH LA' PIUmiB, Man., July Canada may not only claim an Interest in thp now premier as.a mau.-b'ut may also show a 'similar 'interesTIn his wife. Mrs. inniden: name Is Jessje Irorn'at Gran- by, Quebec, to Blriie, .agn.vpf years. It WW .while tcaotiipg '.'ecIiOoI hero, where' premier thn staff of. Uie. Collegiate, that Mr. and Mrs. Melghen' met anrj vi-cre married. There are three children, Teddle who apspdB bis summers, at lha Manitoba homo p! Senator Sharpe, Mail rfhe premier and Mrs. Mcigheri are Prosbyterians and regular church attendants. f In lias J men are niano claim fo government aid r for tiiat rca Ot these arp cPiiiing later'hour com- municate wjth the officers of the Bch'ool or with Mr. II: H. pfytco, chair- man of the transribrtiitton comhiittee, so that sufflcient rigs may be ou haml to meet the need. Each family is requested; tp brjng a basket, filled generously with fopcj so that there may be npthlpg lacking to ecd tho multitude. Kimliy cut out the (plipwiuE list of sports Afternoon I, Ball between Ihrpp classes of girls. 2! Childron's. rpce (Under Jour years of age.) 5. Chiluren'5 race, boya and. 5; rls 4 and 5. 4. Ball hustle contest between three classes of hoys. 5. for (A) boys, ages .6 arjtl 7' (H) girls, ages 6 anfl'7. 6. Haco for (A? boys, ages 8 (p 10. (B) girls, ages 8 .to id years. Ball hustle contest between tho winners of events 1 and 4. 8. Obstacie race for hoys under-10. 3. Sewing on a-button contest for girls unrler 10. 10. Race {A) hoys, 11 to 14 years. girls, 11 to 14 years, II. Kace (A) boys, pver It. (B) girls, over 11. 12. liace for ladles. 13. Hnce for inen. 14. Long running jump for boys under It years; 15. jump for boys 14 to IS years. I 1C. Sewing on a button contest for girls over 10. 17, Obstacle race for boya over 10. IS. jump (A) boys to 101 years. (IJ) boys over 10 years. If Iticrn Is limo in the nftbrnoon groups will be formed for the playing of games and It is hoped that there will he no delay off the ovcnts so that grnup games may bo played. Supper at After supper we are to have oh exciting gaino of base- ball between boya Pf tbc Boys' De- partment and the men Mr. Lakie, Jr., Is organizing tbe men's team and Sv Iloult has charge of the" boys' team. Every roll fs-lo be examined carefully before the garno that there may be np passage through the mils. Group for HIP little tots will be carried oh during thu prpgrafn. There will be a transportation charge of 25. cents each for adults. Ico cream will be served on tho grounds at moderate charges. The Jewish National will spend during the next year for tho purchase 'of barren, land in Palestine, which must be reclaimed and made fit for pelUemeat by Jcwisli renters. Ceylon .'growth? supreme; tea for ..Ofder todijr..-' II .are .just ahead. One Play, Production. EUyen of Music and Entertntn- Eighteen Attractions, Buy tjiat Reason Ticket C. of L. has npt touched, it. It is still It saves you over buying single, admis- PROGRAMS BEING DISTRIBUTE THAT YpU RECEIVE YOURS. August 11 to 17 ;