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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MILADI morons when iho "oUry.CluUn.eH hi.HALU PAGE liLKVES r day i at Banff ami Louise. Miss Jeanelta MuVcau and Mrs_ liobcrt of Vancouver arrived In the i-ily today. Mr. ami .Mrs. R. M- turned v.cek in the capital city slier which they will visU ivesieru coast. Mr ami Mrs. W. A. Parl'.er ami HI lie daughter of Lethbridge are visitor. in ,bo dly (or a short time-. Mrs ami .Mrs. R. M. Uueol hive re is way to spi-nd tli to the city after spending in Loljary A Ibcrlun. Jauct I'rcsion1 or Pueblo. Col- Jkli o. 7. i.alhrop anil uaiishtc guest at llio borne }Loh tuo laoruinK Irai t the homo of Mrs. W. U. I 01 7tH Ave. tomorrow opening at oVtock. All members be prevjj csei-ulivo mce-lius of Local Council of Women will be held In the V. .M. A. on Saturday at S lira The president of cui-li amllalcd JE society Is urKed to bo present as there t is Important business and the iho National Council to be I held at Hesica n'-sl week inun br In- j suucted bow to vole on-resolutions I and amendments. GARDEN FETE POSTPONED or'her It. Davidson. I'le l.eigbton Irwln, sou of Mazis- Irate Invin. returned borne from over- jtas the first or Ihe week. Mrs ABhcrolt and Mrs. Auderson ihe Hull Block, visited in Taber l.-sl week-end. V 'Mr anil Mrs. SwanEon, who were niirrieJ in Great Kills. Mont., spent a i ouple o[ days ivllb Mrs. 11. A. Noroui In Medicine'Hat on Ihelr way home. J. Thompson of the 72nd Van- couver IHItalion ami Sergt. L. Tup- ,-o'lte hare arrived in city from Overseas. Miss Edith Uall, pupil of Mr. Lay- lou has passed her Higher Division toiirth year, violin ejaruinatlon? or the Royal Acaderiiy and Hoyal College or MusiC'Of London, Eug- The Best News in The Paper is not the Bargains Advertised, But the fact that You can Buy Reliable Quality Mer- chandize at This Store at Moderate Costs may )E us r.fcxi. on- from Santa Monica, tWilornia. tfmo o ff ihey havo been spending inter and sprint months. tho I.ethbridge delegates in at the synod are Caiion J, v I anon Alberlan. t the 1 It will bo held June u for just such an evening's cater- tainuient as the girli ate planning. The 1 0 convention in Mont real had a dramatic finale in Hie resig- nation ot Miss Constance II. lloul on, ?or seven years resent of the Chamber- lain chapter of Toronto, and a member ;_ _._ i o! the order since its foundation. Miss 1 Doultuu alleged unprincipled and dls-> lovat actions by a few mi-moors, aud 1 .j. ANNOUNCEMENT und Mrs. VC. 0. Hutton ol SI ve. S-, announce the engagement The economical woman wants lo buy the very best quality merchan- dise she can purchase, but also, at ihe very lowest possible price. In- Mpfefe fcrior goods are not cheap at any price. The old saying, "Quality is Long Remembered Alter Price is is only too true at this so feel assured that in shopping here, that you are getting lull Value while the quality is satisfying to the last degree. Items of Merest "Round The STORE' M i Gtn Avc aiJiiOUiive lett the meclluE. o! tbeir second daughter. Ilertha Miss Iloulton has been closely 4rlhllr Cor- tified with the worX o( the order only'sonot the Kcv. R. S. and ing the past year, beine national cr-1 of ,fhc mar Kanizing secretary and school le -lurcr Jlr and Mrs. 0. A. Gobbclt and little ilautiiter ore lenviug tmlay for t'al-1 6 and I.etbbridge after in Ontario for the joint committee ot the 1. 0. D. K. ami Navy League. anu ijvui vi Iricuds in Medicine Hut for the past month. Sir. and Jits. Cobbett ex- shortly to make their home in BITRO PHOSPHATE FOR NERVOUS.ANAEMIC "'hi PEOPLE Tbe Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses tor rov ternily and all medical and surgical cases (except "contag- ious diseases) and. chBrges ac- cordingly to the circumstancej ot the patient....... Baby Clinic Molliers arc Invited lo bring "their babies to the Mission nn afternoon jWlicn -Instructions regarding tecains -ami general ot Ibs baby will bo given by tho nurses. neconls of your baby's '.veight to ore that ho Is gain -'phone 428 13lh St. S in i nDmrTgn-- SOCIAL EVENTS 'r, v v Thc Loral Women held a most pleasing afternoon ycsteniaj at the home ot the president, Mrs. 0 Robinson. A special feature of the. ccasion was the presence of the gentlemen who. came to enjoy, with he ladies, a social hour tea, and the excellent program rendered. MM. 0. W Robinson and Mrs. A. Smith re- ceived the guesls into the drawing rooms so tastctully adorned with Iris and our own prairie roses, Miss Daw, den invited to tho tea room, where a profusion of California Poppies lent their cheer lo a most daleclable tea poured by Mi's, tialbralth, Mrs J Simpson, Sirs. J. Crate Mrs. Fair Icy Arm strong-and ,the Misses Buchanan Dunn, McKay and Bawilen as listed in tbe serving. Seat were arranged on the lawn, the pleas-1 nnt atternoon lending Itself, admirably lo the occasion. A vocal solo by Miss Minnie Haroll, instrumental by Mrs. nnd violin solo by Geoffrey Waddington accompanied by Mrs. Waddington wcro greatly appreciated. Mrs. Call received (he collections from Ibe guests, the ladies acknow- ledging almost dollars to bo ndacd to their funds. -1 Clolhing Trades Object lo Slate- ment Made Hy Dr. ll McFitll OTTAWA, June lives bl the clothin.; trades who talon execution to the statement made by Dr. McKall, 'commissioner, or the cost ot living, that the iirice of had conic, will j heard on I-'riilay inornins beloro the special -committee ot the liovse Inquir- ing Into the cnsfof Tho inann- fatcurers ot clothes, as well as the re- tail trade, have been bombarding the government and members with tele-: ams of protest, in which they as-J rt that there is no justification for, o report being made by the cost ol ring commissioner. cm. EXPRESSJS CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The ICEchcrs and officers o! Wcslej ttibie school will meet tomorrow even at S o'clock in Wesley Hall. There will lie; a ,nnirm meetir.s the Central and Willartl C. T. I) Daioa 9 to 2 Dancini TWELVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA Japanese Tea iQarden-Card Room-The Better 'Ole SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER GIRLS' CHAPTER I. E. FAIR GROUNDS-JUNE 20th KEEP THE DATE OPEN J N It EXPRESS POUT AltTlillll, Ont.. June Spreading rails as !he result ot heavy -ain caused the Canadian National express to leave the track 10' miles Port Arthur this morning. Fire-', man .Fitzgerald suifertil a severely: ipraiued back in jumping from (he en-1 gine. Three employees ot the dining car service received minor bruises. Tiio baggage car and two dining cars were ditched. Traffic will be blocked all day. ij NEW VOliK. iilawkinson, president It. Ihe Allied Packers, Incorporated, tbo new inde- pendent packing corporation, an- nounced today that the cern, which will enter com- pany, la Matlliews-Iilackwcll, Limited, j with headquarters at Toronto, and I (Iva plants In oil, located at various j polnls In Uio Dominion. Sir. llawkin-' son stalefl that Ibo concern was proh nbly the largest racking enterprise In Canada.' With the Warm Days of Summer upon us its the best kind of wisdom to replace for them CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES In "izes- to C years; hand embroidered, sc.MIoped aroumi bottom cl skirt anil on neck and sleeves; a hie snap J gCJ NEW WASH SKIRTS FOR THE LADIES In gaberdine, striped goods, pique and drill; all-sizes. Price5.52.00, and SUMMER (DRESSES FOR CHILD- REN'FROM 89c TO ottering presenting the greatest chil- dren's dress value to bo obtained arij- vhcre; shown incizes lo-fit children ot -to H vcarjlin n number ot very smart and -The smaller sues are niade'ot Kood quality washable crepe prints, while the dresses lor the bigge; girls are made oJ, Blneham stripes and C WOOL SWEATERS FOR HOLI- DAY WEAR Modeled on lines that are delightfully su-iresliYO cf youthful charms. Sweaters in fancy weave with square col- ar finished with stripes of conlrastlns colors. This stripe is also on collar and cuffs Colors of green and Mle and melon, Copenhagen aud melon; gQ "voo! svvVatc'rs iu pullover style in col- ors Nile, rose, paddy and Copen- t ft Qft bagen. fancy-weave; price iv.vw SLIPOVER SWEATERS in we.-. cliM style, made in different Prices S5.50, and _____ Grocery Department THE STORE OF QUALITY GROCERIES Tea, Hiilsewaj-'s Old .country Per pound Syrup. Corn; Crown pound tin Limn 3jC .2 pounds for I3aWng Powder, -BOC pDiitnl'iin Tea In bulk, choice IJrokcn Orange QC- Pekoe; 2 pounds'for Salad Dressing, "rush "sirawUerVlcs, Watermelon's and Cucumbers. v PHONE 313 THE FIRM "FOR SERVICE TT is afler a furnace is installed and JL the first cold snap tests it that you know whether your investment in COMFORT was wisely made or not. Don't take n chance on it. YoucanbesurcofitundcrfheMcClnryV guarantee. McCiary's engineers will plsn heatingsy stem without charge. They wjllfcuaran-' tee that the Sunshine according 'to those plans, will heat your home comfortably. Take advantage of thii service. Have n comfortable, w-11-hcatcd home. Sole! by Dixon Sheet Metal Co. i House Furnishing Department SECOND FLOOR WILTON RUGS Despite price advances, the scarcity of raw materials and the knowledge thai now stocks will cost us more money, we are "SPECIAL SALE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Sires 6 ft 9 inches by S Ilegular Jil.OO- 44.00 49.50 Regular An QQ Regular CO 7J Sire 9 ft by 9 Regular ftfl For Regular'. 54.50 fjl flQ 63.00 73.50 Shoe Department LADIES' BLACK V1CI KID in S inch top, with fashionable plain toe and Q OC princess heel; reg. Special OiCiJ LADIES' TAN BALH, 8 Inch lop Wlt.l Louis heel; Classic O Friday and Saturday will be Bargain Day at the BAY in the Table Damask Der partment. hold B large and ivell assorted slocl; of in Damask Cloths, Nap- kins Damask by the yard, and Real Irish Damask Towelling. On Friday and Satur- dav we shall make a special effort at stock reduction in the section, and ihe following prices will some idea oJ the values to be offered. Many ot these lines cannot IM replaced at the prices quoted, and only our exceptionally heavy and well bought stock could justify such sacrifice. only. Real Irish Damask Cloths q nf yards; reg. sale, each J '17 only Real Irish Damask Cloths l 23; regular price 51-50 1 OC Sale price per pair -SAMPLE TQWELS fn large variety Includins Turk, Linen. Huck, Honeycomb. Crash and Towelling, put up In bundle's and will be cleared manv worth al per bundle... efiudson's rillSCB AMJEHT. June Details of Hie conditions governing scllleuicnl In Ihe I'OKupino reserve lands which are to be thrown open on "nave been outlined in a let- (or rfccivefl by O'Leary. snperr InlcndMil of the 1'rincn Albe: I office (rom Jl. .1. Shore, naslslant director of) Trie land (settlement. trio atnlcs that the Porcupine forest reserve, townships applicant must have his atlestatloi shoirins military service In fcnglani. and France or received disability n Canada, which would entitle him to altesliilion. This land will be opened np In Ji-ly and it will be necessary tor each applicant 10 draw tor.hls place In he line. This draw will be made on he on the day of opening ani the men there line np. and whoever is fortunate enough lo drtw will Iheu make his choice of 1WI acrca. Tho adjoining SO acres lie may c al a latter date. soldier fClttenicnt hoard "and iparlmeni of inlerior are. finall.i iced Ibal a roan oblninins 240 o( land ia secur'ms mon orp 1 (2'nnd 43, ransM 0 I" 'C. west of tin- seronil. will .ihdrtly ho. thrown so'.rtii-r wllicnwnl. Kach n vslun tliaii 320 acres of land innny older dlslricl. There was csMbllslicd on and instructing the president of Hie llrotherbood ot locomotive Firemen and Kugincer? "to advise Trcslilont Wilson and the premier of Canada by wire that this urfranlzalion favoH adoption ol.lbc league of nations were adopted at last nights session of Ihe triennial convention of lha brotherhood. An address by D. Hines, dl- rcrior-general of railways, and recom- an once at Pralrlo Biver. where fun for the release will be given all vjrom prison o( Engeno V.-Debs and fellws as to location p[ lands iind tlie characler of tlie dlslricl, which will' onabfa a man to view this thoroughly without- loss of .tirpe nnd expense. Thli announcement, is made in or- der lo bring to the attention of Oe vclc-rnns. no ilonhl they will lie to. know. Hie term? pro- KrfM Ihnl In king made. Mooney were tlie oulslsnd- .ng features ot the session. Cbarloltetown Liberals and Confer vntives have nlreiidy nomlnrAed two men each, Ibc former, O. 0. Duffy, and K T lllggs, nnd the totter James I'M on, and S llrnwn, ex-Mayor, as wipilhlnUi (or the r1 1 ;