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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; JUNE 10, 1920 THKLRTHTimnr.F THTIA' HFRMD, PAGE FIFTEEN ot SI.'Augustine's ciiurcb.-Slu.St.-S.' In presenting .the fl.uiarleriy. report ot tho for the W.M.3. Knot church, Mrs. KeeJa sta.tejl hat-the mini of lu collection haif can- received instribefsblpi .6J recorded. ug amputation of. '1 PERSONAL c- Jlra. A. C. Blunders left today for Calgary, wbero she will Join lira. K. Kaundew, who has been vlrHlbE her daughUr, Mrs. Hutnby, of Prlnco Al- bert. After spending a few days with friends In Calgary, Mrs. B. Saun tiers and Mrs. A, C. Blunders will re- turn to this city. Mrs. Allen E. Young, of Jlzclecd, and her sister, Mrs. R. J. Frank, are visiting In the cily with friends. .Mrs. J. D. Macnitllan and two daush tors, of Calgary, "re Ihe guests o! Mrs. D. C. Maciiilllau, Cth Avenue. Miss L. Hall of Magrath Is a gucs In the city. Mrs. Helms is upending a few day. visiting friends In Milk Hiver. Mr and Mrs. Helms aro leaving the cit: shortly to reside In Long Ueach. Cai Prior to. Jlrs. Halms' departure fo llilk .River sbo was the honored gues ut several teas. Mrs. Minor Sr. and Oeorg Minor, ot Magratji, aro visitors in th city. 7rfr. and Mrs. Benjamin Urooks son pranville, .accompanied by Miss Granvillo-.and M.iss Klhel Jones, left loilay byVmoT.onf6r Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. P. Audett of Milk River is spending Ihe week-in tho city. t A. H, MeGuire left today for Cal- gary, where he will attend tho Shrin- crs gatherings. Mrs. II. Knowles and daughter, Owen, are visiting the former's aunl uncle1, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney II. iloss, Calgary. Miss Ida Brown, ot Calgary. form- erly a resilient. In Ibis cily, is at pros- ent'vlsiling friends' in Seattle. SOCIAL and Athletic Tho C. P. R.' Social Club will hold another oi their dances -Friday sight "in the Masonic Hall. The' dance will commence t at nine o'clock ami good music is one -feature'- 7hat is always assured. Admission will be by'hiemb'ersbip or guest card. o s Jliss Gladys Hilling, brlilc-elect, was titt'- recipient of n pleasing'prcseuta- tion made, by the staff o( the Union Bank of'Canada of a cut slr.ss water set and mahogany tray. Miss Hilling leaves tho 'city on Saturday for Cal- gary, where her marriage to, Mr. J'. W. D. Siopfofd will he solemnized on Monday. The ica damant being given in the G. V. A. club rooms on Saturday afternoon under the auspices o( tho Mililnry 'Chapter, I.O.lU-1, is certain to be well pAUonizcd. Special fea- tures cf amusement are being planned and a largo attendance is being ar- ranged for. I. Stephen's church, when two o algary's. most popular aud wel nown young people, Mlis Kathleen wendollno Southard, only daughte Mr.' and Mrs. A. A. Southard, and apt. .Alfred V.'iliians Carter, M.B.K XS.C, were united In marriage. Canoi ames performed tho ceremony. The bride, who entered .tho cburcl n the arm of lierjataer, wore a gow f white satin embroidered in pearl nd a veil caught with' orange bios omE, and carried a sbewer bouquet o vhitc roses and lilies ot tho valle> Sirs. Fred Iteynolds acted as matro if honor, wearing a blue frock and ha ostrich tips. Tb iridcsmalda were Miss Maine Slron who wore a frock aud hat of pink wit mauve ostrich tips and .Miss Helen Simpson, cf Jjethbruige, in pale gree a hut ot silver with white ostrlc Each carried the gift of silver vanity caso with blue ename and bouquata of pluk roses and swe peu. LHUe Nora and Anna Robert In dainty white frocks, acted as now girls. The groom was supported by Haro Careen. During the signing of the register, Mrs. Ernest F.-Layton of Lellibridge sang two solos, "Beloved, 'it Is "Adoring Thee Still." Following the ceremony, a reception was held ot the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Southard, about 300 guests being pres- ent. The rooms ot the beautiful homo wero decorated with roses, while the hostess was assisted by Mrs. West, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Rich drdson, Mrs. Irwln and others. Capt. and Jtrs. Carter left, last nigh' for OiUiwa, where they will spend their honeymoon, and on their returr will so to Mcrloy, where they will Epend'the summer, Capt. Carter hav- ing accepted a commission from the government to fly there for the sum- Albertan. On June 2nd, at Breadalbane, Fort Stfeet. Victoria.. B. C., a pretty wed- ding took place when Capt. the Key. Dr. Campbell officiated at the mar- j riage of Charles Stanley Heatllp of Victoria Davidson slon, .youngest daughter ot Mrs. Mary Johnston, iato of Lcthbridgo. The bridegroom was supported' by Mr John Potts, and Miss Annie -Heasllp cousin of the bridegroom, was bride's maid. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Miles, of Victoria, anil Mr. and Sirs. B. 3. But ler, ol Medicine Hat, sisters ot the bride, attended the wedding, 'i After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs Icaslip left on a motor tour of th stand, after which they will resid a.rAlberni for the summer mouths. il. H. .0. Report Shows City in -Ifeallhv tli In railroad ac- Besults of MilK Tes't Uutter Fat Chief .Mountain 3.8 Crystal Dairy 3.5 The report of the Acting Medics Health Officer for the month of.llaj shows the following contagious and nfectious cases during" the Smallpox 2 Tuberculosis........... 5 Scarlet Fever C Typhoid 1 The.one case was from Magrath. After a case of Smallpoi was re- moved to the Isolation Hospital from the Gait, tho Gait was under quaran- tine from May Sth to the 22nd, Deaths 1 Convulsions. 1 Appendicitis. 1 Oedema of 1'harynx. 1 Shock and'hemmorrhage follow- Tests Fo.' Sediment 1: Clean Dirty Dutterwick............. 1 Crystal Dairy 2 Chief Mountain......... 2 City Water In tholanal.vsls of the city water the highest count, of bacteria per C.C. was 1'J anu the Jowost count with an 7.2. Laboratory Work Samples ol water eiamincj Samples of milk.examined Specimens examined Diptherla antitoxin given out units Smallpox Vacciue points Mailing outfits given, cut Wassermsn........ 13 .Typhoid 2 WEEK-END CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES tf tf f. The regular monthly meeting of the Major 'Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.K., ill be held Friday afternoon at four o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. All members urged to attend. Tomorrow, Friday, St. Barnabas day, there will be a celebration of holy communion at 10 a.m. in the chapel 4 Daily Fashion Uy Gertrude Bcresford One o! the most interesting of Junq weddings to lake place in Calgary this season was solemnised last evening In Unhealthy foil kitlslhe best ofwheat. pirns kill tlie bdt of tMth. To keep the teeth found keen gums well. V'atch for lender find bleeding gums. This is a symptom of PyorrhEa, which afflicts four cut of five people over forly. I's-orrhca menaces the booy as well as !nc teeth. Not only do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting i'yorrhea germs lowe r tho body a vital- ity and cau'C many Kr'ious ills. To avoid Pyonlica, vi si I your dtnlist frequently for toolh nnd r.U'" inspec- tion, theGums. I'orhan's For the Gums v.ill prevent check its if used In time and iiKd coasistcn !y. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do tlv.s. Forlian's will keep the pOT.3 fmn and healthy, the teeth white and. ckan. Start using it today. has tcl in, use Fwhan's according, to directions, and consult a dcntlit mv 33c nnd COc iabfs in Canada and U. S. H your .dniw'iil. cannot supply you. stntl ririfc to us direct and we will maillubep-jilpaid, INTERESTING OUTINQ CLOTHES TJiie delightful costume far outdoors shews many interesting combina- tions that arc. considered. -rgood ffistfl ftir. sport wear. Th'fc skirt cf n, roiieli lussah weavo. Ij. ntul re- vcafa a pleading embellishment of Avhitc silk br.ild hbbuti The sill; .iwcaler lia's scuffs nn'd FOB, THE GUMS po'Henr ohoicn m-' father ouo. bill io nrtiVfnl any the iKx-kcis iitu linnil with sropn silk. The wlittfi silk tlnlslicil with an unusual Ir.sscl of bright grcon silk, while the ahoed aro white and green leather. Smallpox Patients discharged during May Scarlet Fever........... 1 Smallpox Patients remaining May 31st Smallpox No. of Hospital Days Fill your caddy with LANKA In compliment to your friends, to do true justice to your hos- serve Lanka when 'you gather for tea. Each cup embodies the perfection of lia- vor achieved through skilled Wending of Ceylon's finest growths. WM. BRAID CO, Vancouver. Canada DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING hit that saves the day. Demand tho gcnuSnobyfnll ca encourage THE COCA-COLA COMPANY WINNIPEG Tim NEW 'THINGS FIRST -FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS- SUMMER STYLES Our ready to wear section Is BOW "holding its complete display of now summer styles in everjth'ng for the fashionable women's summer outfit for homo or vacation wear. NEW TUB SKIRTS NOVELTY SWEATERS SILK-POPLIN SKIRTS MIDDY WAISTS Cloth Suits SILK HOSE A huge'assortment ot sample hoso In black, white, gray and champagne. These are values worth to pair, AC- Week End Special.......................................JyV COTTON HOSE Ladies' full fashioned colton hose in black, brown-and grey. These samples and aro worth in the rceu'.ar OC- way as bigh as COc. Week End Sale CHILDREN'S HOSE. A sample lot of children's hose in black and. brown, mostly larger sizes, Also a few pairs of .ladles' hose in black and brown samples. Worth 75c to Sac. Week End Salo..... LADIES'COMBINATIONS ladies' Cotton Combinations. These are some samples purchased some considerable time ago. There are many styles to choose from and the valuea aro worth as high as 1o suit 'Week End Special....................... NOVELTY SILKS Unit week we had a big salo of fancy plaids and striped silks Wo sold many hundreds of yards out at this real bar- gain event. This week wo find there are some ends lefL The assortment Is much smaller so to make a final clearance wo will sell these values up to yard. Week End PA I, yard 1.JW LACE HOSE A. limited number of fancy lace hose for summer wear, Tdcse are samples and full fashioned and. represent values worth as high as pair. Week End Sale, o Art 4..VV WHITE COTTON MO yards ot iino while madapolam cotton, suitable for ladies', and children's wear. Full 3G Inchps wide-ami from dreaaitig. Worth 40c yard. Week Bud Special LADIES'COTTON VESTS'' Ladies' Cotton Vests, made with no sleeve or short nleove. Travellers' samples that nre worth double the price we OC_ ask for them. .Weak End Sale, each 03C CHILDREN'S HOSE Chllnrcnfe Black, or White. Ribbed Cotton Hose In. full rango of sizos. These are extra special value. Week Hnd Special, pair SUMMER WAISTS The vogue for smart simplic- ity In separate waists is well shown In the many exclusive models we now display in. oiir department, Tricolette, Crepe 'de Chine, Georgette and Voile In tio largest assortment ot attractive styles wo have ever shown. Our prices range from in-VoUe up to in Silk Spring Coats EXTRA SPECIAL know you have been wait- Ing for this big special. .It's a wanted bargain all 'the time. Ladies' silk hoae with ribbed top in pure silk In black, brown, white, grey, palo blue, navy and pink. Tliey aro seconds of one of tho largest hosiery manufacturers In America. They sell In tho reg- ular way at per pair. We cannot accept any charge sales or oxchanses on theso as we will be too busy handing them out. A.LL ONE PRICE, PAIR Sale of Silk Dresses Here Is n snlo that means Joy tc every woman for wo offer tho classiest or summer's prettiest dresses In every designed stylo at prices that mean big economics. The fabrics, tho workmanship, tire fashion are all In accord with our high stand- nrd only the prices aro down, Re-id this special offering care- fully. llogular for JJ8.00 Regular tor SJ2.00 Uegular 142.50 for J34.03 Regular for Regular for ncguUr 455.00 for }SO.CiO tor Regular ?65.00 for negular for Regular JSO.Oil (or nognlar for Regular for Jtegular ?95.00 for Regular JIOO.OO for ItCb'iilar J115.00 for Regular }125'.00 for CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ;