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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSIUY. .II:N'1C \'l 11)18 lliE LEJHHHrnGK DAILY, UllUAlJ} PAGE XINE wmim OOliSIEE FORGARDSION S THRIFTY THURSDAY Is) PERFECT DAYS Whal is so iiiio us a day In June?; 'riioii, if nvor, roino iiBrl'�!;t\tla)'8; ,� Tliiiii Uoiivon trios oiirlli it.iH.tie'be in tunc, j^.'X". -'' Ami ovor'il softly Inn' warm C)ir lnys. *   * � Ionday. . * * � �Mr. and Mrs, I. X. Coomlis and Mr. Bnd Airs. M. .Coombs motored from Card.ilon to visit Ihulr sons,.' Messrs. Jl. V. anilli. M. Coombs of tliis city. - .r , . .V Mri. E. D. Wilson and litllcson Ilor-borf, of tStlib't-rflgo, AUa., are visiting Mr�. ? ? : : ? � : � : ? ? ? ? : : The E.xocutive df the Sir Alexander Chapter i.O.D.K., call the attention of tho members to the double-header baseball match to be put on at the ball park tonight. This will be a si)ec-iai feature of the week's sports. Fleetwood school i)laylng Central scliool nnd the High School playing against the Old-Timers. .Mayor Hardie will llirow the first ball and there will be music and a good lime generally. II i.-i lioped that the wiiolo city will turn out as the proi-eeds am to^ go to the Chapter for the buying of soldier's comforts. Tho time has been changed to rLli'i so that both games may lie played off. . ' t Ttieie' will be no meeting of thn Women's Auxiliary of St. Cyiu'ians church tomorrow. * it � � The ,Sir Alexander Gall Chapter, f. O. D. \u. will servve Ice cream cones tonight at the ball park, at the time ihe big games are staged there, w w � , ' . A meeting of the lady members of tlie Lethbridgo- Golf Club will bo held in tho Auditorium of the Y. .M, C. A, at 8.30 p.m., on frlday next. The meeting is tor the purpose of organization and all the member.^ are urged to attend. �  ^ The Girls' AlixillBry held a worlt meeting last evening with a 8plendioniile de-! Ihe donations of furniturn which havi- pendtiit upon the.Com!i niliy. ilic ex-. "' tension- of' the /water > was di' been made are being jiut tr) good use.j , > ,.,.,i,,^ , ,il ini-ii of' After'the r.^gular tmilness was trans-: ''I'l^" "{>"" .ppi , vcre : acted quite an amount of Red Cross i ("v.-n also. IKe"'! "I'j" .lowing rrta.s done,,a bag having beeli obtained from the Red Cross Toonis and those enthusiastic workers hope tp do. a good deal in this line during the .'iummor. A reqiiCBt lias' been sent in the Sanltorlum in I'"rank for from Mr. Krank Brown \!i,-,srs. Ivlns ^ and-Haxtcr,, ..Mr,'Gen. i,.':.rl and the tlllrtcen realdcnts ; sn.h ,,1 ^ i:,ees i Creek whose petition v.;,: Iwaded by Messrs. S. Williuni.^i,', V.' w. Sheffield I troini*a1i�r 0. A." l)a';ines."Tl. exie'irsIttifK-; used i Will give an Increat. i| nuuilinr of umbrellas and parasols for the use of; H-atftr ii.M�r� in all-pan of the Knvn. the convalescents of tho Sanltorlum. i Elect School Trustee, Apiyonc willing to give these'article,^ Is asked to leave them at Ihe home of Mrs, Starnes, 750 7th Ave, South,', A by-law- )vas--liaes.-.i authorizing the election-of a 'hcIk n trnstije, to fill tho Vacancy t;(lti.'*i i iiy. die re-1 inovul of;,VIr. DSWlltdii H i'ard to his; The Central Hv,�C, T, IJ. will inoefj farm at Glenwoml. . . . I in Knox school room tomorrow at" J p.m. AT THE BAY BRINGS A MOST INTERESTING AND ECONOIVIICAL ARRAY OF 'WARM WEATHER-WEARABLES' TO YOUR NOTICE AT PRICES TO TEMPT YOU. The Major Jack Ross Chapter. I. O. D. a, will hold their, regular monthly meeting in the IC P. Hall. Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock sharp. Mrs. Unehan-an will give-a report of Ihe .\atinnal meeting at 4.30. The executive will meet at ,1.30. I he receivi'd i Tiiesda.v. the ] 1 ion will be I Mr. Wni. T. : Mry being ap-:irci- and .Mr. �t� ? > ? : : > ^. ? WEDDINGS piano on the market in the same, pripe class. We will abide by your own verdict. ' t ' From the castors to the top lid, this Piano stands qut unjquelj; 03 a highest grade product-unappr'oached, uneciualled, uncxoellod. Along with the add'ed value that the Mason & Ulsch carries, yon make the further saving of being able to pur^ha^o direct from ,th'p manutacturer throuBh'"mi"r "Factory ,lto Homo" plan that cuts of^ the middleman's BALMOPAL BLOCK .fIFTH ST. 8. LSTHBW -McALLEN-HAMPTO.V . The announcement of the marriage of iMIss Jean McAllen and .Air. Gladstone }f. Hampton, which occurred in Lothbridge Saturday, Was received in The nominations h'i at the town office on mth Inst., and the held on the l-'iitlr int^' .Meridew the town sec: pointed as returning ' ,In(). Hunt as hl� depii' A. thorough viuitUati^ ago subject in connei : Cardston creamery pin) the adjourned meetiii. evening and arrangeu.. ii;s v.ere per-1 focted for allowing tli- . (muection of; ? jdiis. drain with the sci.':i- laiiU wblcli j ; 1 cares tor the school di:'.n;ii;t-U. F. A. Meetings, T,he local organizai mus uf ihe I ^.A'. surrounding C^ai'l inn reported ' favorably June -ni\ ei: Mn' i(li;a of �i conunercval organlzai m be ineor-' l)oratcd to conduct tii- Imnine.'-s end I of their affairs here 111' till! di-ain-li. with the was held at on Thursday ^mwn^n, .'i A Committee on (.n-nnnion and I known locally and will return to make I 1,,. i.,vva r,i- the new , lenninv wa^ tlieir home here.--Calgary Dally H^r-'"^^^ ^Ir^^:; u,Tu]:"Z Do You Make Your Own Waists? if so, we have .t most inter, cstlng projiosit ion for you - available for Thursday cjnly. We will snpiily you with a two yard lenglli of silli ai a reduction on the regular prici' of material and in .'idditioii have arranged with our hmuslitcher to homslitdi .oame for yen cost not to exceed T."ii\- FREE OF CHARGE.' 2 yard length of Bi-auty Silk iiv eight different colors. Ilegn lar $1.2,T per yard, for ............... LADIES' WHITE KID BOOtS WITH KID COVERED LOUIS HEELS Also White ".N'ubuck" Hoots finished .with foxing across the toe and up the front. This shoo has inilllary heels. The two lines are Ihe smart-est ami most up-to-date -^ni the market. Special on Thursday ....... 9.49 2.69  � o � o � � : : ? THE DREAM GIRL � . � � ? : : ; : > > : : : � � Xot by day. but In sleep-land did greet her, Joy without words, was my dark lass ,to me, Kyes 'of blue, slim and graceful her figure. Her snille-llt features in my heart would be. r seemed in nightly iMeliires beside her. When we grandly, secrets talked ciulell.Vj , Then softly woUM lay, my arm around her, jTill morn,- in, dark's spirit land," cOn-loutly.". '., We'vislpn.s created of tin,selled fairies,. Arid siivori glistened wedding , bells chiming. , . Of the Joy overflowing our warm breeze. When together forever residing. Our airy cot built garden of homeland. Which made was, in spirit world, and not day, Was from safe fastened ,hearts quickly severed, I'^or fiends, one night, snatched my dreaia-mate away. > J. II. Young, Foremost. AUSTRIAN MINISTER ' . EDUfcATION DEFEA-TED Budapest, June 12.- (Via Amsterdam)-Count Johann Zich.v,minister of education in the newly reorganized AVekerle enblnel, 'has been defeated In a by-election at Egoger by Johuun Voss, the ca'.iflidate ot Karolyl, of the Hungarian Independent Part.v. Voss vaceiveil 750 votes to 069 tor Count Zichy. repreaentatlves-each Incal is sending three members- ;i!iil rr(mi > this; (Jalliering .Messrs. M. II Gait. .Ino. i'". ; Pairlsh and Myron l.ayion were-: cliosen to iict in thit^ nuiiter. j The visit of an exiifi-t from tlie I'nited (iraiii Grower^ Coiiipany is ' looked forward to wiiii inierest as a' general meeting will Ui'ii he called of; I all ILF.-'k; membei-s in'iori- a final ' conclusion is reacheil nii tlii^ commercial project. Tractor Demonstration. Following llie meiMini', on Saturday afternoon, a number m larmcrs weiii out to the demonslraiioii given by 1 the Western" Canada .\mo Tractor Company, on the (). K. Bale.s farm south and eaai of lln' luwn. .Mr. R. J, Scott w;iH the company's representative and tave a very aatla-factory demonstrni in wltli a Ford car'and'the traiioi- attaclimBnt handling a-Jewel gHrig-,plow arid five ipeople in 'the'i-ar 'ji-ithout .the least'^ dlftlqUlty.. The traitor attachment is; now';adapted for use-on Hodge, (;vt!r-i land and Chevmlft cars as well as ] the Ford, HEMSTITCHING FREE 2 yard length of Creiie de Cheiie in > > > FOREMOST (I''rom Our Own CorresDr/nd^nI > Foremost, .June 8.-The kiddies have been anxioualy awailing the arrival of ".Molher Goose" to prepare tliem for (heir part in the Juvenile Chautamiua, Miss Gray, who is to play the role of Mother Goose, arrived in town yesterday, and as a result great excitement prevails among fne little ones. The first practice takes place at 10 o'clock to-day The ladies here nave organized a baseball dub. Regular in'aclices are held in the evening's at 7.30 on the Mchool diamond. The ladies are most enthnsiaalic and are, we understand, providing themselves wiiii uniforms. Departmental and grade examina- tlon.s lake place in Foremost schools on .Monday, ,lune I7th. .Mr. II. H. Parker has returned from an Inspection lour of the soutliern portion of his inspectorate. He reports that the croiw down near the line are looking good. ."Mr. 10, S. Realty has returned .from Chicago. . ' � A baseball game and dance were held at 'S'onng Maiden last evening. Quite a large attendance at the game shows that the Young Alaiden , and Koromost players are popular. The Red Cross ladie^ of the west end sewed at Mrs. Sclilnnow's this week; thofie ot tlie north end met at tlie rest room. FRUIT COMS IN BEIIER POSITION That tho amended order respoctlng the Importation of fruit, will place the fruit wholesale' concerns in a mucli better position is the statement made lo the Herald by Gordon Savage, local manager of. Plunkett and Savage. The first effect of tiio order barring certain fruits waq to make tho fruit wholesalers throw up their hands. Now however that only small berries are. barred, while peaclie.s, plums, apricots, etc., are allowed to come In, tho situation is greatly relieved, and It Is believed thtu it will be possible to; secure sufficient fruit to merft the d 6 111 and. .Mr, Savage explained that R.C. fruit in some Hues did not supply 1(1 per cent, of the prairie demand, and in the ros(ri('ted Hues there will ba a fehortugo during the preserving season, ilowover Ihe removal of the ban 'on thn larger preserving fruits will save the day. OPPOSED TO THIS Washington, June 12,-J\Vhlle not opposed to IntroduV'tlon ot'uny separ-ftto prOhlbfltioi/ legmitttldli' by iM sen-ttto, the presUldtilvi'll l^etnnie known today, is opposed lo iiUa't^liing any prohibition amondmonts ^ lo ^oudlng appi'oprluil#ii bills. * ' '�'� PINCHER DISTRICT. (i^rom The L'cho.) Mr. Hogau, of the staff ot the Union Bank, left on Friday night for Winnipeg, via Calgary, where ho will join a military unit of the East. Mr, C. R. Goss, of Brooks, arrived on Tuesday morning, and will till the vacancy on the Union Bank etaft caused by tho departure of -Mr, Ho-gaii. .Miss G. Conneley, who has been for the past two years on the staff of tho Bank ot IJonimerce, was the guest o:' honor at a supper Wednesday evening, given by about a dozen of her girl friends, prior to her departure for her home In .Maclftod, A neat little house wedding took place on Monday, June ;ird, at three o'clock in the afternoon,' in the homo of .Mr. 10. Neumann, the bride's uncle. The bride was .Miss Cora S, Cameron,  : : '; : : : : : > > > : : QUESTION OF DIVORCE IN ALBERTA. Kdinonton, June II.-The re-(laosl of th^ attorney general of Manitoba to Hon. C. ,^W. Cross lo have � Alberta join with .Manitoba' in an appeal to the privy council on the divorce ([ueslion has been ac-' uulsced in by the attorney general's department, aTid: tile question will be taken up im-. mediately. The/fioint at Issue in as to whether the- provincial legislatures have the power lo formulate divorce courts". , ? > > > :>