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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1920 THE LETHBRIBCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN MILADJ ft 4 PERSONAL 4 4 -Mr. aud -Mrs. J. W. Bawden, who have been vlsiiiiig in Toronto. New York and .points, oast, ;reiurned .homo -this morning. :Mr. E. Krcrall left last nlgbt dn ti a business trip io Chjta'go'- L t Mrs. J. Blair, of Calgary, Is visiting friends In the cilyj Hazel! Wallace Je ft "today on a triii to Denver. Colorado. v Mr.'arrJ'' Mrs, R. A. Smllii toft tordav for Kiku. C. 0., they will .11. 11. Shift'. .M.IY for Macleod, Is i.tleiidlrig irv'tykiio-ii oonicuuon.. "Mr.. -M. Cmrolif. who this mirtiuV !hfc New- Hchool.pt Aliuta. 'iill! Ji.ive today for Ita. where he will spdndVnoli'ldy.' :i r- R. Kennndy has returned bprae from 'New York alter attending New York School of Music and Aria. ___ _ :.MiS5 Viva'' attended ithe Now York .School of .Music [an JlCirts, will remain in New York for a lon- night. Mr. Terenre Horne and brother, Brlon.'are tho guests of 'mill Mra. A.-.. I', Saundert before returning .10 thei" ho nc ni cUgan after spinuim; a ten flay -holiday' at Glccier Park and Watc'rlos Miss McCallum of New Diy- ton Is a suesl at MrE, Chaiies'McKfttop' The C'ampfirc glrlfl of Wesley church returned Monday afternoon after spending a most delightful seven- teen holiday at Bottom, eight miles west of Macleod. Dr. P. M. Campbell returned today from Victoria, TrSoro Sirs. Campbell win reside In the future. Mr. C. G. Croft, the Cal- gary Alberten, is In the city attending the 1 Mr. Chester A; Bloom, of the Cal- fary herald, is a guest at the Leth- bridge Hotel. Miss Anna McGinn, of Lans'ord, North Dakota. Is spending a few days with her Eljtcr Misa Marios McCann. Mr. andv Mrs.. WlJkics and their two daughters. Frances add Eliz- abeth, of New York; are the'guests of Mr. S. G. Laughren, Wilson Siding. Miss Dcrotiy has been the guest ot Miss. Jessie. Hurst tor the past left'yesterday fqr her home iu.Fernie and.w.a5. acconv pauied by Miss .Hurst whp will spend a couple of weeks i Miss Pyrla Laiighren returned yesterday, after Iiaving .spent; a three weeks' vacation. While In Calgary Miss Laughren attended the.Ship-Ross wedding, and was .present at a family reunion held at Vulcan. Mr.-Af. C-. .Lynebi whotfor the past seven years .has .been the resident manager of Iho Medicine Hat branch of the Canadian BanV has been notified of his promotion to the management ot the important Windsor, Out, agency The transfer take place in the course of six weeks or so. Mr. Lynch will be sac- -ceeded In Medicine Hat by Mr. T. H NUes, who at present is manager at Grand B. C. SOCIAL t e o A plciKiiH gathering .was held bj he memben ot the United church last evening who turned full num bers for. a dual purpose. Tho was planned .as a gurprtie', complimen ary to Mr. and Mrs. Annetts, May and kladge, who are leaving the. city, and tlfo.ae.'a reception new past or and hli .Rev. nnd Mrs. 7. D Jones. Both features were carried out in a pleasing manner with J. B. Gray presiding. H. H. Bnice Mrs. James Moodie, Miss Lily Morris and Fred King presented the greetings and extended a welcome to the pastor and his S'lfe on behalf of various departments of the church All expressed appreciation "of the In terest and work .to iwhlch Mr. Jones made a, suitable reply. Mr5. Fred King, representing" the church and Sunday School, Ecnted Sir. and Mra. Annetts and the girls with a silver serving tray, while Mr. William Hoult, on behalf of the choir, presented Mr. Anactfs with a shaving set and Mrs. Annelts wltn a purse. Mr. and Mra. Annelts have taken an active interest .in tie work, of the church since coming lo Lethbridge ten years'ago. Mrs. Annetts' hat had charge of the.large beginners depart ment of the Sunday school during which Jime her efficient work and the affectionate relationship fostered be tween herself and the chlldrou being 3 feature Iri the church's activities. Mr Annetts has been treasurer of the Sunday school for the same period Both are members of the choir actively associated with other organ tzatlons. The family are leaving to make their home In Toronto In order that. the. elrls may have ths necessary advantages to continue their uiulcol education, .both fbeing Temairkibly ented. During the evening, musical nuir. bers we're given by Misses Janet -Mc- Itvena, and Olive' MK and Mrs.. Annetts Sioit.' Readings were given by Miss Jlar- jory Smith and Miss Kathleen Lind- say. If You Enjoy Good Coffee DO THIS- Order BRANTD" made from tfee choicest upland bemes, grown in luxurious tropic hois, full of spicy nourishment uu] yi mi i Urine frinxnce tfte otans dcaned, blfodoi tad touted rtre sblL SEAL BPlAND MCn Cup desired, BW4 auuuua fiie minuets, clear with dub of cold water. Your dealer jells SEAL wKole, ground, and ib.' thac' dw cofiW reaches you nch in as original stcetlgtlu CHASE Ot 5ANBORN MONTREAL 8 .5. WEDDINGS On Thursday, July at 4 p.m., the' marriage was" solemnized at the home or Mrs. 'James: Bloomer, 585 Sherburn etroet, of her eldest daugh- ter, Edith Mary, and the Rev. Arthur BA, son ol the late Mr and Mrs J O Hajes. Windsor, Ont. iThejceremony, was performed by (be Rev. H. G. Crozier. of Chalmers Presi Bhnrch. As. (he bride enter- the drawing which was dec- oratedjwith blue delphlnia and fern, wedding chorus from Lohengrin was played by Miss Wiunlfred Bloom- er, sister of.'tha bride. The bride, who wan given In marriage by her brother, Dr J E. Blflomer, was gowned in white crepe de embroider- ed overdress of georgette, and carried a shower bouquet cf blush roses. Im; mediately ceremony, a bullet luncheon was served from a Overstocked Sale of Bedding Simmons Quality Guaranteed f- We are heavily stocked in several lines of bedding and as we require the space for, in- cortiing fall goods, these lines have, been pric- ed for a speedy elea'rafice days THURSriAY FRIDAY SATURDAY An e s stui cly spi irig, solid frame witli 10 cross supports and 100 -j 1 A CT resilient coils 4ft or 4ft Gin. size. Spe.cial i................. J. ALL FELT MATTRESS '.i25 Onl5' 'hose goud "Simmons" mallresses JCi clear at (his unusually law price. Gunranluc'l all felt filling; covered with art dunlin, lull "and three-quarter size. et-i t Special FELT AND F1JBRE MATTRESS, Here's an excellent inaUfess for children's, hpjg, constrntrleirwith fibre centro overiafd with foil; tiles covering consists of goott quality art (tenim, Full uiul (Iircc alzcs. jjQ This is without question the strongest: anil most artistic of the metal beds, Made with heavy continuous post, 2 inches in diameter and five one-inch fill- egal] electro welded. A value today. fIC ALL FEATHER PILLOWS 5 Ibs. to the pair, Special 3.65 DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ALL FEATHER PILLOWS 6 Ibs. to the pair. ETA Special .....'............4.DU HENNESEY WILSON THIRTEENTH N. LETHBRIDGE Daily Fashion By. Gertrude Beresford A TRIM FBOCK OF GABAROiNE Pleats ;are -etill veitrcmely p'opalar. But in (his skirt they are. dlvtiled in- to panels, aud these ire outlineO with white wool.blanket ftitcb. This con- trasts well-with the navy blue gabar- dine, from 'which the dress.is made. Ths bodice follows the simple lines Uiat belong to theichcmiss frock. But about thn uect and p.rojud tlie short ileeves are bands of white ansora. A belt of black ribbon defiues the walGt- linn. Tha hat is ortgitiated In a rou blue stran-. Rather small, it Is finish- ed with an upturned brini, oi> which are placed, inaunusable tiny white flowerr table prettily, decorated with' white peonies and peas, and centred with tho wedding jCahe The bride's travelling suit was: of blue tricotlne richly embroidered" opening over .a blouse of shell gebrgette, with a tailored hat of blue taffeta, embroid- ered in gold. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes left on the evening train for an extended trip to Fdmonton and the coast cities and oh their return will reside at Vulcan Free Press. 4g> ff ef t flCfr There wjll of the Cursing Mission B_panl "this month, hilt members" are do their collecttng_as usual and hand in the amounts Graham the treasur- er or leaye them at the Nursing Mis sion ly tba first dfuhegiionth i w All lliosi soap wrappers f6r the TrJivellSfs' Aid will please send them fu to Avo. S not than the end week. JV': The members of the Women's Civic Club are asked to meet at'the home of Mrs F W tomorrow, Thursday 29th at 1 30 to'-help pre- pare for the irrigation1 plcpio supper. The mlsslouarj society will hold their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs prandow, 606 lOtli St. afternoon; tho meeting to' be'iri' ths form of a picnic. The Wednesday dance will be hey at the.Exhibition pavilion to- night. Everybody EeekjnK, enjoyment, Is asKcd to attend. Mrs. Watson's section of the He- bekali'a will meet arthe'homo of Mrs. Neve, 628 ?th St. 'on Thursday evening at eight o'clock. 4 Rhubarb and Pineapple Pio One anil a half cups fresh rhubarb and.one cup pineapple cut Into small pieces; stewed .'until tender] with heaping'cup of sugar looked In at the last. Uaite" with ono crust or two as. preferred. Hasty Luncheon Dish Remove all bones from u can of salmon, or any cold break in small pieces; add one cup potatoes, or mashed rice, moisten with milk; pepper anil salt to taste, form Into flat cakes, roll In Hour, dip In milk and try a golden hrown. Rhubarb At Its Best Cut one pound of unshinncd plnli rhubarb Jnlp small, pieces. Place In a casserftlewtli one.and n (juarler clip- fuls ot sugar, half a.cnnful of boiling water and Iwo lablespoonfuls of chopped preserved ginger .with, tho syrup. Bake slowly tender. Corn This Is not a corn pudding. It is a can of corn well seasoned tffo'.lablespoorisfiil of butter add- ed, placed In a baking dish and a cup- ful or more (depending on the con- sistency of the corn) of milk added and allowed to thicken down' and brown In tho oven for about 30 min- utes. The Store bf s- Quality Groceries C. P. R. Issues Sfatement of Plan For Protection of Grain and Pasture Fields The C. P. Ft. will pay a certain i amount.of the.expenses ot farmers for plowing' fire guards adjacent to the company's right-of-way. Such in- formation Is contained, in a public no- tice Issued by Charles Murphy, gen- eral manager of: western lines, and given to IhQ Herald by C. D. .MacKln- losU, superintendent the southern Albecta division.. The notice reads as follows: to the order ot ihe Chief TQ the Board of Rail- way.. Commissioners for Canada' of date April made under au- thority of Sectlou 2SL of the Railway Act, arid regulatioa 8' of gen- era! order 107, the railway conjpany hereby, gives notice to. the owners ftnd occupants of.grain stubble lancls and of cultivated hay and, grass lands ad- jacent to'Us lines in Alberla, Saek-. aichewan'aud wher- tf In the judgment of such owner or fireguards through such land..is necessary and or occupant shall take the initiative and 'plow immediately Iho grain in. a workmanlike. ejficlcnt manner, such Gro 'guaros.'jfour feet In widlh nt a .approximately cue hundred feel from the m'ain track of said railway, said railway company will pay a" remuneration of per lineal mile of four-foot plowed fire guard! -within- forty days after sub- hy such owner or occupant of a written statement of account to the railway company. Where ouch flre guards do not connect with1 similar fire guards on adja'cent lands the ends shall p'he turned in .to the 'railway right-of-way.. The above arrangement relative ip, (he construction ut and payment for flre' -guarding of grain stubble jands hay and grass lands will remain in force and effect during 1320 aucl thereafter un- less and until changed by like public notice under.. instructions issued by the Chief Fire Inspector of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Can- ada. "As to portions of. lines where the right-of-way .adjoins lands devoted to grain crops the company'is required by said order .of the Chief Fire In- spector of'the hoard to maintain the strip between the right-of-way'and the .e'dge of free from dead lgrass, Weeds and other unnecessary combustible matter, provided that this requirement shall not apply-more than ten. feet outside, of .tie right-of-way on private-land." Jello PowdersT-Raspberry.Strawberryf illa, Orange, Cherry, per packet I ,lb. tin of Squirrel Brand, Peanut Butter 5 lb, tin Peanut Wallace s Herring m Tomato _____ Christie's Soda Biscuits in tins Christie's Arrowroot Biscuits, per lb.-.'; 3 lb. Packet of Amber Coffee Libby's Marmalade, I jar FmhFnutDaiJr, Phone 3 13 and 151 3. TSe 35c DISORDER IN JAP HOUSE DESIGN FOR NEW COAT OF'ARMS TOKJO, July recent disorder in the house of representatives was repeated .yester- day when the allegations of Baron Tnkahaghl, minister ot rmance, and other ministers had. improperly, useti their offices by' indulging itick. gambling, were again.discussed. Sev-, eral members of the opposition'rush- ed to the rostrum followed by govern- ment members, and fist fighting was. started. Guards were obliged to in- te'rferc. v v ,V Reta aged 15, and Dorothy Maxwell, i; were drowned in the river at Mount Forest. REPAIRING PRINCE GEORGE VICTORIA, July re- pairs are being made Grand Trunk Pacific steamship 1'rince George at Prince Rupert and within the few days the vessel will again he in commission. The Prmco George .will sain from Prince Rupert' on' Augiisl 1st, resuming her regular southbound schedule. OTTAWA, July design tor the new Canadian .coat .of.-arms has gone to the College of Heralds., the procedure Af- tor approval by govern- ment, the design goes to the College ot Heralds where, it Is p'ossihle, some minor technical changes may be sug- gested. Subsequently, formal ap- proval Is given by tho king-ln-councll" on instructions issued to the earl head of the College of Heralds, sThe new coat of arms bears the device "Amarl Usque Ad (from sea to sea.) It is taken from tho singularly appropriate line in the severity-second- psalm 'He shall dominion also from sea to Approval of.the .coat of arms was Ihe last act of the Borden, gbv-.' eminent. REDUCE FOREST FIRE HAZARDS VICTORIA, July Iho latest reports reaching the-forest branch of the department of lands showery wealher in many jia.rls province.has somewhat reduced trie- forest fire, hazards during the last few days. At Prince Rupert and Prince.George, however, conditions are still causing gome con corn vl ADOPT INCOME.TAX TOKiO, Julv house of peers has adopted the income tax bill, providing -for increased taxes This will permit army and navy- ex- tensions. WILSONS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers. and General Stores. SIMPLE RECIPES GET TWO YEARS, EACH M6.NMIKAV .tiiiy Gngnon and were each sentenced to two yeart in the peni- tentiary by Judge Bazln sltlinK In (oVitcalin's umbrcl. In from a stand.'- HULL BLOCK Phone 625 Bawden Bros. Everything in Furniture 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 623 Remarkable Bed Values For The Month End NEW, SANITARY AND Af PRICES YOU WILL PAY FOR SECOND HSFJD Brass Beds Continuous post style, satin floish. Fite (filers with 2 In. posts, .heavy ornamental tiusks. Sizes 4 feet and 4 feel 0 in. Special stylo has the 2 in. straight posts with in. fillers, talin ribbon All sizes. Special....... ralght posts OUR SELECTION OF BRASS BEDS IS VERY COMPLETE, AND OUR ARE HARD TO EQUAL, w H P A Y M O R E White Enamel Beds Made ol steel tubing willi beautiful porce- lain-like enamel finish. These prices represent exceptional values. Can bo had either in ,the -straight or conltauous post stylo. Straight post, special Continuous post, special COMBINATION BED AND SPRING Massive 2 In. continuous posts with 1 In. fillers in a beautiful W. B. finish. Spring la tlie favorite link consiruclloo. Sizes i 3 ft. 3 in. and i ft. Special Sleep Comfort Coil Springs I Made of host, oil tempered 'wire, girlng R resiliency that means conrtforl, -10 fjf All sizes, special lfct'3 Link Springs, All Steel Frame double link fabric at- tached to helical springs on each end. Special 10.50 Brass Bed Coil Spring and Cotton Felt Mattress Beautiful brass bed, satin rib- bon finish. Comfortable coil spring, made of best oil.temper- ed wire. Mattress ot ptiro folu cd sanitary colton, good quality art tlcklng.cover, ng Complete........... If you are In the market for beds or bedding we can offer you a selection that Is sure .to pleaae, antf we feel sure our prices are at least .equal to any you will find. Mattresses That are Built For Sleep All hotlom maltrcsscs inado of tho very host sun-cured while cotton built In layers. Corcr Is best.quaHty art ticking, finished rolf edge. This Is .the best mattress 'value on the An 'rdarket'toilay. .Anolher. one made of while filled cotton at a price lhat makes It good buying A A FEATHER PILLOWS lied wjlb pur.crslerillzed feathers in good, tg ticking coyer. Size 19s26. OOP J.60 ALL COTTON MATTRESS KJlted with soCcl felted cotton in art ticking civ er< nlnde-with, heavy'roll edge. All in nn sizes. 10.UU ;