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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE S. 1920 THE lETHBRrDGE DAILY HERALD PARK PERSONAL Mr. and MM. W. M. Ittrrli enter- tained as their week end guests, Mr. aiid Mrs. C. W. IWerson, of Calgary. Mr. returned home yesterday, but ..MrSi' Patertou" vill.'norhaln- ia toe MtsV'Lewte, matron of the-Chfld- ren'i-C: ShelWr. leii today for HSmon. she will ertead Metho- dist conference. i Stewart, of Penile, B. C., iris a tfsltor In the citivyeslerday. yesterday on- nnipeg.' Kapjl Thrall lett buslbcii' trip to Win Mr's.-lAttdrew AVallon, of Raymond, Tvho? recently underwent a eralfpjiln Gait Hospital, has "tired as a dog" sleep is full .of i.Mgly dreams you need is the result of pottoos bjf exchisfe or'feulafe to digest food proper- ly, and efrrrfnate if promptly with the aid of liver and kidneys. Hard and Awfully Sore, belied. Coticora Heals. "1 never then my covered. L'fctis'r 'on tba plmplca beti'me hard end awfully sore, and they Itched so I could not rest one moment. I had to icratch to that >t last I thought my ficc was poitoned. "I was advised to tryCutlcura Soap and Ointmtnt, and after ualnz tbem thmwMkalwashcaled.'V (Signed) Miss Edith Grover, West OUtown, u UM Cuticura Soap, Olctmnt and Talcum for til toilet Sow Ke, OiMment 25 ud EOc. Sold throu The Joy Of A Perfect Skin L Know the ;oy and happiness that comes one thru possessing sVTn of putity and tijly. The soft, dii- Appearance it 'renders biinas out. your' niturilbeiuly (o iu full- est. In use over 70 vi 0 o u r N'carm'anacd Mlse Stavert re- urned to their homes in Calgary cm Sunday night after a pleasant stay in-tha city, the guests or Mr. and J! Mtes Rote, deaconess of Hardleville, spent' yesterday addressing ;'the Junior' Mission Band of _ t. 4 3. Mline, of the, Hudson's Bay Co.. Bead 'office, London, Eoglan'd.' and Mr. II.', 11. 'hoijler, chief aierchandta inspector, In'tiie clly -for; a few days. G. Parsons after- noon train tor Thre'a HIlhs-.wfctrB she will spend her vacation.' Among f islto'rd city'Yes- terday the following Rajmoodltes were noted: Mriv DavIdBon; Mr; and Mrs. 71: N. Skouson. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cost- Mrs. S. Card.iand Miss Viola Ferris uu been the guest of Mrs: Ddwse'ft for the past two weeks eu route to her home after spending sonie. .Vancouver, let! Mrs Thoinas has been residing atil22S Jrd Aie" Mils ornlng to 311 7th Ai e. S C Mrs anil daughter of Ibis crt) and Mrs Wright of Medicine Hal bavo been spending a few clays the gueets of Mrs Dobba Pal ice Hotel Taber, prior to their earl} departure for Ireland. Jllss B J Russell lad; tup.enn tcndent of AlberU will spend_her holidays at Dentuan Is- land. B. She is at friends in Vancouver. .J. Mrs. lith St. S., was calrad to Wash In glen'on Friday, owing to.the death of her thirteen year old con. Ii: her bereavement she has the sym pathy of a wide circle of. friends. rf c- SOCIAli- minute brinjoiing over with fun of tliV, little folks. Those In charge of the en- urlalnment wish to tfcanlc all those who so gencTously donated refresh ments. The Ladles' Y. M. C. A. auxiliary ire hoiduig a strawberry and cream social at the experimental arm on Wednesday, 30th. Tickets will be. on sale at the end of the ent w'etk, and will bo obtainable from members ot the auxiliary. Mr. Jack Horn, of CoaluAw, was pleasantly surprised this weet when a large number of citizens motored to lis home prepared 10 celebrate his ipproachlng marriage. Games were en- oyed and refreshments served; Considerable preparktlon is tciil mate for (he tea dansant .being g. en in the W. W. V. A. club; Saturday from 3.30 until 6 p.m., und er the auspices of the Military Cbapt 0. D. B. Keep open aiAI'Jdliii the crowds. Ijwt evening from S.SO iiotil 8.30 a most at the Plaetwood school when Side Cubs entertained the Brownies. All of KRMCS .were played, every CHURCHES "AND SOCIETIES Nursing Mission Baby Clinic tomor- row from 3 until 6 .p.pj; JJrery math or baby welcome. The Daughters and ;and will meet tooomw nieh' 7.30 in 41ie I. O. 0. P. hall. Members are requested to bring; their two' 'friends to the at S.80 p.m. In flrder that no-delay will ba experienced. In be- ginning' ,tbe evening's pleasure'. -Y ;'-v' Tim King's Own Class ot- Knox Church wit! meet on Wednesday even- ins at 8 o'clock, immediately Yollawlne basebcll practice, at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hamilton, 301 Tlh.Ave. S. WEDDINGS TIio marriage o( Mr. Solo'in'on King and Mrs. Sofronla Agnes lioiinell, both of Stirling, Alia., was solemnized by Bishop Geo. W. Green yesterday aftcr- noon.'Mr. and Mrs. King returned to Stirling .where thsy Trill take up their residence. BOAG At the horns o{ Mr." and Mrs. Mc- Pheat of this eft} on June jtb the Re-, W F, Bafoe united in marrlago Mr John Jyeltch and MI'S Cathie Johns npag. Barrhead, Scot- land. The g'rodJa was supported by Mr. NcGowari, and the bride was attended by Miss Cathio. McGowaa. McPheit acted as flower girl. Jri the absence of the bride's father.Mr.'McPheat gave her away iu the'' presence ot a large number' ot friends. Following the'ceremony the guests enjoyed a dainty wedding din- ner, the tables beiiig decorated with clusters of carnations and fern, awl centred with bridal cake. The young couple were tho recipients of many beautiful gifts and eitended sood wishes. The evening was happily spent In games and music of which Mr. McPheat and Mr. McCowan were In charge. Mr. and Mm. left on-the midnight iraln for Calgary where the honeymoon is be4ng spent HEATH Osborne Scott, general passenger agent of the Western Lines ot tho C. N. H., was marr-ed last Wednesday In St. Luke's Church, Winnipeg, to Miss Audrey -Heath, by Rev. Jean Coombes. THROW DEAD STEERS IN SEA; LIVE ONES RUN CARGO EATEN UP HAVANA, ot fine steers stampeded on board the steamer St. Cbarles outside ot Ha- vana harbor Saturday and after cre- ating''a panic on board the ship, plunged Into the sea where they be- came prey of too sharks which infest the waters off- Morro'Castle.. Except a comparatively fev: which swam a Eh ore and are'now wandering about in the'suburbs, of tho city, all the 800 steers on the vessel are believed to have perished. -Sanitary officers who inspected the vessel on her arrival Saturday .were alarmed .-when thai: 130" dead steers in' the hold ot the chip. To avoid possible danger to the people of the 'city, they ordered the captain cf the St. Charles to put out to sea and there throw overboard the car- casses'of the cattle that had died. Wliilo the crew was engaged in this, the steers on board became stamped- ed, .broke down, their corrals and rah amuck.. Frlgh'tened animals ran up and .down" the decks and then plunged overboard, 'where" "tho tigcra of tho deep" were waiting for them. Ttie tout lor from British. hill gardens. Blended from the finest grades, Lanka has a flavor that is unsur- passed.- Serve Lanka at Tiffin Time. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada In New York City alone frxim kid- ney trouble tost year, Dori'f allow' yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against trouble by luting COLD MEDAL The woild'a standard remedy for kidtur, liver, bladder uric acid Iroublu. Holland'3 national remedy 1M6. All druggists, SOc. a Ouarantttd. Ugt for rvuit CoH Mxlil n ertry 1 Apd no Daily Fashion. Ily Oertrude Qerostord A SMART STREET "DRESS- Although summer days are h6ro It [J always advisable to hayp n-wool dress on hand, for the nscendfng mer- cwy Is liabla to drop just when yon least- expect It. This dress of IrliMIIno in Ibo well-liked nhartn ot navy blue IB decidedly smart and Ihoroughly prac- tical. The skirt Is designed with from and back panels of accordion pleating The side pieces, which look like ex- tensions of the belt, arc outlined with iv narrow fold of rose-colored duvctyn. This fabric is also uEcd. for the col- lar and cuffs. Tho lie of black satin It matched with long black kid glovea. Tho hat Is mado ot rose-colored hair- cloth In (ho fashionable turbaa stylo. GET AN OGILVIE COOKBOOK YOUR GROCER HAS IT. WONDERFUL RESULTS'ARE. OBTAINED FROM Royal Household Flour IT WILL PAY YOU TO SHOP HERE ON WEDNESDAY MORNING STORE CLOSES AT A STRIKING EXAMPLE OF VALUE GIVING IN WOMEN'S SUITS ON WEDNESDAY MORNING 14 Each Suits to be Offered at Regular to Orer two-thirds of .the in this group were formerly priced it to JIO.M, and includes the choicest of this season's models. Mater- ials are fine tricotines, wool poplin and tweedj. A CLEARANCE OF SILK SKIRTS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING Regular for and ,75 TWO BIG BARGAINS IN WOMEN'S .CORSETS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING A limited number to tell at this special price. In colored messebine and taffetas, plain and. striped patterns. The" "Bon Ton" Back Laced Regular ta for 4.00 DAINTY SUMMER WAISTS WHITE VOILE Regular to Wed. Morning Special There should be a big demand for these on Wednesday morning, the quality of tho voile be- ing exceptionally good at this special price. They Include'the round and V-n'eck Btyres, together with lace, .embroidery and pin tuck fronts. OF 7C I O are closing out this line and In order to do so we have marked it at a very low figure Sires U to 34. 'The Front Corset. J10.00 and-Jia.OO values for 4.00 An purchase made somo time ago enables U3. to offer you this cornet at the low price quoted above. In plain coutil and fancy bro- cade.' Sizes120 to 36. '_ All.Trimmed Millinery in the -new-season's- styles. "To clear at ,HALE PRICE. 1 Reduction on tOATS, wealth of; lovely styles to choose from. .Summer Und erwear Needs s .WOMEN'S a fine cotton tnit, loose and tight knee style, also sleeveless. Regular and ?2.25, i n ff for..............r...................... ItuO WOMEN'S 40c and 45c. Special, 3 for.................... fn a fine cotton rib. Not more than three to a customer. CORSET 75c and 35e for..............................'......... .Of-white cotton, daintily trimmed with lace and embroidery. 1.00 50c Dry Goods Departmerit Additional Specials for Fast Selling on Wednesday Morning. PRINTED MUSLIN In.floral designs. 28 Inches wide. In tones of blue, pink and spring green. Regular price 39c yard. Wednesday Morning, To Clear at, yard 29c LADIES'COTTON HOSE These Wednesday Morning c 1 specials Will Save You Dollars on. Your Footwear See Our Window Display and Note the Low Prices. Ladles' Oxfords, In white and grey canvas with medium walking heels and good flexible O QC leather soles............................ Boots, In white Sea Island Canvas, good flexible leather soles, medium and French o QJ" heels, all sizes. Price Ladies' Pumps. In a fine grade of white Soa Island Canvas, -with flexible leather soles. and medium heels. All n and o QC Men's Scots, In brown and whlto canvas, good flexible leather solos. All t AC sizes. O.'it) Boys'Outing Girls' Outing Shoes......... With ribbed tops. Just a few'to clear. Slien 9W and 10. In white and black. These goods are worth today 50c pair or more, Special, pair CHILDREN'S STAMPED DRESSES In jood-whitc TSsilus. Sizes 2 ind 3, Regular -price 69c each. 39c IcWednesday Morning, 1 49c Department small size tins. 19C TIC Z.15 JjC small aliO: tin's, per doztn Carnation, tall size tins, each. Carnation Milk, tall sizo llns, perdoten v. Klim, per tin 30e and" Canned Soups, Dominion Brand, Veget- able and Tomato, 2 tins for Black Tea! Hudson's Bay Special, In bulk, rn per Ib. OUC Orape'KUts, Z packeis for Post Toastfea, 4 (or PHONES 3U AND 1 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE ;