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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE t, 1920 TIIE DAILY' 'HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN 4 who spent, the Week-end In the city, y the largo number ot persons in attendance at the dance last evening The .hall formed a'plcfuresquoViettlnj or the dancers, being gaily decorated With'i colorful, crepe hangings Kad left intact by tho mOf. dance-held recently. Canooneera' Jazi Or.chestra uatiffnjiin their efforts ti pleaeo frequently giving as Siany as tour encores to a number..'..' Dainty at dancing conUnulng unlll 2 a.m.'' Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beyesfori Ceylon's oiferihg Lanka is a rare tea, from Ceylon's hill .gardens British grown to suit critical British taste. Flavor: is rich and sparkling, aroma- most inviting. Order today from your .'dealerl WM. BRAID CO Yadcouver, See Our Window Displays This Week The weather conditions during the spring months retarded business considerably, and we find that many new garments are still on hand which with better weather prevailing would have sold long ago. These big cuts in prices represent our effort to reduce stocks. Anticipate your vacation.neecis now by taking advantage of fhese tremendous reductions. A PLEASING GINGHAM FROCK ENGAGEMENTS Mr. and Mra. Frank A. Stoltze auf nounce the engagement ot .their daughter, .Miriam Elizabeth, to Mr; William Howel.l Mclntyre, Jr. Ttttf wedding Is to lake" place the latter part of June. ilr. and -Mrs. Archelaus Southard announce tho engagement vol-.' their only ilaagitor, Gwendolyil. Kathleen, to Capt. Alfred Carter, M.B, E., D.S.C., late of 'the Royal Air Force, London. The marriage will take place Wednesday, Juno S. Gingham always, has Us votaries, for it comes in such lovely colors and In such a soft finish that It ranks high mong fashion's favorites. Very sweet s this little frock with its double unics, that are prettily scalloped. The olor chosen, for the binds that outline 10 hem as well-as the flounces is a eep violet that accentuates the dell- .ate tone of .the green and white Ingham. The short sleeves are cuffed o match tho collar, while tho cross- ver fronts ate finished In a large bow t the.back. The -wide-brimmed bat is ade .of the green-and white check- d gingham faced with violet geor- gette that.is.tho.exact shade ol the iolei gingham binds. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Baby. Clinic .of., the Nursing operiievery Wednesday at ternoon-from 3 .o'clock to C-when any mother la Invited to bring her baby to have It weighed ani] where any per plexlng difficulty regarding its care may be solved lor her by the In charge.- i v-- All members of St. Mary's W. A are asked to meet-'in the vestry, Wed nesday .at S p.nS.-In tie: parish bar All are urgently requested to bo pres on'- L .-j Tile induction by the Bishop o Calgary of the Rev. Mr. Hipper to S Mary's parish will take placo on Sun day next at 11 a.m. Th'ere will ho n choral celebration of holy commimlo at that service. The Ladles' 'Aid of'-Wcsley churc will hold their regular monthly mee Ing in the ladles' parlor on Thursda at 3.30 p.m. Mrs. Hufrier; and-Mr Astounding Reductions in Women's Dresses "Whether it be for theatre, afternoon social, street or business you will find a splendid selection in the dresses we are ottering at these two special Jaskorville will" be the hostesses. The ladles will'kindly note change ot day from Wednesday to Thursday.) The 'regular1'monthly meeting ot ho Sikokotokl: Chapter. I.O.D.E. will je held tonight "at 8 o'clock in tho Y. J.C.A. i All regular to values to clear at All regular to values to clear at WEDDINGS On Friday, at the Bap- List parsonage, -Medicine .Hat, James Torreuce of Margar- et F. Fiudlay ot. Stratbavon, Scotland, married by.Rev. Herbert S. Bag- .Torrence; Eerved as a red cross man in- France for two1 and a halt :years, and is now a prominent fanner In tho .llanyberries district Mr. arid Mrs.-Torrence spent the week in Medicine Hat, .aud left for MaHyberries Monday evening, where they will reside. Women Who Know Bread Those women who have been mort expert and successful In Uklng their, own breM are the drat to adopt ours. Orie taste of Its firm, touch of its filmy body and they realize' that It's a waste of time and energy to bake their own when they know they can get tun. If you haven't tried Kirkby's Home-Made Bread you've denied your family a treat Besides wouldn't it be more economical to keep the house cool and comfortable and conserve your own energies by buying our homo made brtad, and eliminate one of the hardest of your housework which Is so oppresslng.durlng the heat It Is really economical from every viewpoint to. buy KIRKBY'S BREAD. All the good features ot hftmft.maxle breiid are in our Bread. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Ave., S. ANGLICANS CONSIDER IN UNION CHURCH MO VESIENT TORONTO, May ap- caches were made several months o by Archblshppj Jslatheson, on be- ilf Bishops of tho lurch of England in.Canada, to Rev. D. Chown, genera! superintendent tho Methodist Church, with a view the inclusion of .the' Anglicans and aplisls prpposed-union o! tho othodlsts, PresbVterlaiis ano Congre- itionallsts, according to a statement lade public here today. Tho Methodist general conference peclal committee met today and went n record with reference to the mat- er as follows: "We cordially weicomo tho proposal rom the hoard of bishops ol the htirch of England In Canada to con- Ider a more comprehensive plan ot hurch union, but In our opinion wo hlnlc that the union now contemplated hould-be completed before n larger ecclesiastical union Is brought about." BIG SAVINGS ON WOMEN'S COATS Tailored from velours, polo cloths, gabardines, tricotines and serges. The very newest styles .are included in this, offering. Regular for Regular for for Regular fcr Regular for Regular f6r....... Regular for TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON FRENCH RAILWAY STRIKE COSTLY PARIS, June million rancs was the loss suffered by tho state railroad system by reason of the recent strike, according to an estimate M. Le Tro'cquer, minister of public works. 'This system has one-fifth ol the railroad mileage ot France and Its estimated loss ot revenue gives some Idea ot tho cost of Industrial troubles In this country. QUAKER OATS TRUST SUIT IS DISMISSED WASHINGTON, Juno j mcnt appeals In the federal anti-trust suit against the Quaker Oats Company, were dismissed loclay by the supreme court on the motion 6t tho govern, inetit. SUITS tailoring arid "maintaining a high. i standard of quillty in the maker- Mais, our stock of NEW SUITS Is meeting with the approval of the many In tho city. Wo have them in serge, tricotlne, gabar- dine, wool jersey and volour. The trimmings are exceptionally tasteful in design and amarl in originality. _. for 529.50 for 'Reg; for for; Reg. for Reg. for1 Reg. for Reg. for Reg. :f6r 1 Reg. New Season's Millinery fraction of A number of pretty models to choose -.of 'GROUP-I.' Regular to GROUP II. Regular to for GROUP 111, Regular up to ihhu.'wtllbecon ble lo the lyof youriklh a complexion If you'wlll Grocery Department LAUNDRY IXinnox Soap, large size cakes, 16 for............................. Gold Soap and Sunlight Smp, 'I cakes for Pels Naptha Soap, 10 bars to carton, each P. 0. White Xaptha Soap, 10 for................................ Electric Soap Chips, per WASHING POWDER Gold Dust and Golden West, largo slzo packets, Toro Tablets, 5 tor................................... No-ilub, 5 for Sopade, small elzo packets, each Ptarline, largo slzo packcU, each ...........................7..... PHONES 313 and Firm for Service 1.00 42c 95c 25c 35c 2Sc 25c 17c 38c Compelling Values From the Dry Goods Section LADIES' WHITE LISLE HOSE_. Splendid value at 55c each. This week, pair SPECIAL "H.B." LISLE HOSE. Fully mercerized, full tashloned and spliced heels and toes. Looks like silk. They come In black, brown and white. Siiei Slfc, 9, ?14 and 10; Splendid valuo at, CC_ "pC WE STILL A FEW PAIRS OF PEHRINS1 GLOVES. In black and white, sizes fi lo 7W. lliese gloves sell today for 16.00'pair, o Cft'to n 'Jf Ourvprlce, pair............. Lull) SPECIALS FROM THE SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS DEPARTMENTS' Pin Packets of 250 Pins, English make, pkt. Invisible Hair Pint, 3 packets for ............10c Needlei, awortsd packet ..............05c large t'.it, picket...................05c H.B. Special Hairpins, In large boxci, box ..20c Strong Tape In 9 yard ends, English make, piece.....................................25c CHILDREN'S AlUthe latest novel- ties in chlldrea's sunshadfs are here. Some are very la. pink and'blue with lace trim- LADIES' SUNSHADES. In' thVSewcst colors of Pokin blue, cerise, emerald, purple and copen.' Pure silk covered' with no've'Ily handle, -n fin Great value at, each' THE SILK DEPARTMENT- IB well stocked with every wanted number In messelaines, duchess; Iflffetas, !vrash silks and catlns, crepe de chines georgettes. The prices arc, in every case, .be- low .the market, price, which helps you consider- ably to overcome tile 10% Tax. Our pres- ent-, stock, of silks average market value' tod ay. v ,y Ol LES I Our are Billing and .be- sold -out vteverj" leading number in about time, in; sight. We; fttill adylse'buyirig'earlT.to prc-. s Department t'-Mn Straw an'd'Toyo ahdr genuinb' Pahaniag. Any. of; theisq: are; extra '..special 'Talnce at 'ihe' price to UNDERWEAR V; viu .balbriggan, fine mesh, poitras- knit and medium; wool. All styles and 'moderately "pricod-at' 'I1'-' from to suit AND i make' men's suits' to 'apccla! fnesaure. -V i CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS i 'jWe have ha'd- good bunlness'on-theso lines be- .cause, iro'havo the. BEST .VAbtiBS procurable, hiit we still .have A full, range of sizes and styles tor your, Priced from to suit. BOYS' COMBINATION OVERALLS Wo have Just received a shipment of these overalls In sizes for from S to 14 years of age, Tho, prices and suit. The HOOVER Electric Suction Sweepeti It It As It Cleans In overy home where The Hoover Is in use, the problem of securing "Help" l> largely dono away witii. H takes all the drudgery out ot house- cleaning with the result that your house servant or maid la more content to stay where the work Is made lighter and more pleasant. Think of tha amosint o{ necessary by ordinary methods of cleaning a nig and then cons'der Ihe "Hoover" way. Brery nig Is a copstant collector of three kinds ot dirt: embedded grit, clinging litter and tiirfaco dust. Three cleaning processes, jheretort, nre constantly necessary. Only Tho Hoover per- forms the three at once.' It gently hcaU, to dls- lodge all tho destructive embedded grit. H swift- ly sweeps, to detach all the' stubbornly adhering litter. It powerfully suction-cleans, to withdraw all loose surface dirt. And II is tho largest selling electric cleaner In the world, ;