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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920 Tim LETHUmriGK PAGE FIFTEEN liowmw; subject, "How to Make New Canadians Good Canadians." Grade essays. Grade Hamilton; sub- ject "Twentieth Century Is Canada." V; Although announced in the church notices In this issue, no evening ser- vice will be conducted in (he United church tomorrow oveuiug. c- PIRSONAU- Mrs. Jacieon, 1238 Fourth Avo., S, will nolj receive on Monday. Mr. Doiport Uoblson, of Now HrunR- has arrived In Lethbrldge to tpend tho suiner with Mr. and Georgo Kobison: Miss Hyrio S'ai' in Calgaiy 'attending tha ard wedding, left on "night for Lako Louise, where she will spend n tew'days before returning to Ihis A. C. Raworth has been spending "a ehort time with his brother in Cran- brook. Miss J. Luker, of NVarncr, Is a week- end guept MM. R .H.: Batterbee, of Chin, ac- companied by her daughters, the Mts.BCs-Gladya and Marjorie, left on Kdraonton where they will spend the summer. Mr. arid Mrs. W. A. Whiddlngton 01 Swift Current are tho guests of Mr and Mrs.fll. M. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williamson.o( Champion were recent visitors in the city. Mrs.'W. M. Powell and son, Stanley, of Great -rails, have been spending tho last1 few days in tho city, tho guests of .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Powell. Mrs. Thomas Palmer of Morden, Man., recently arrived in Medicine 1st where she was met by her daugh-i UVMM.'J. B.' Mitchell of Kov with she to Bow slaad. ..Mrs. Palmer will.make her future home -with Mra.. Mitchell.' O. McKinnoy, MJ.A.. who bai recently returned from Lon- don, where she attended tha world W. 9. T. U. is visiting her son In Ottawa. SOCIAL RAILWAY CONTHACT AWARDED PRINCE ALBERT. Sask., June C. Clinch, brother o[ K. s. Clinch. M.L.A. ot Shellbrook, has secured tho contract lor grading work to be car- ried out on the railway from this city through the Paddock Wood district. 50 miles of which waa authorized by tho Uailway commission at Ottawa, this week. Tho railway surveyors under 3. Charles, chief engineer, left the. Tuesday to complete the final surrey and' to lay out the line at the bead of grading, as construc- tion gangs are now following the sur- veyors. E EILF.CIS OFFICERS Ex-Mayor Hocken of Toronto Is Again Grand in Toronto in 1921. Appear At Tour krfanily I( itHi receive cifltrorui uneipected In- vitation can con- fident of zlwiys appearing at ytrat but tn fcut a roonwnUil to year ildn wondtrfuBr soft compkilon tiut It beyoad compatbon. Oriental Cream FE5D.T SfX The dance of last evening given by the C. P. R. Social Club' 1o tho Ma- eonic Hall added another success to the series held under tbls enterpris- ing club. large 'and representative number wero- present from every dp rartment 'tQ pleasing dance .Mr.- SofindeisX wa? ;M.' C. and as applauded upon'remarkB. Unfor- tunately tbe Glee Club, which has been recently organized and which was to contribute to the merriment of the evening, was unablo to preBCnt Us program owing to the illness of sev- eral members. In apite. of this the evening went with a decided swing, tho dance program being well render- ed. The neit dance of. the series .will be looked forward to with keen ah tlcipatlon by those in attendance lasi evening. A coronation tea will bo held at tbe home of Mrs. George Heath.on Sat urday next, Jijne 15th, under the aus pices of the Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O.D.H. Don't forgot the lawn party to b held at the homo of Mrs. corner 14th Street and Uh Avenu on-.Tuesday evening .at. 1.3 o'clock, to raise'funda fo'r'thi' Gir Guides' Miss Dot Livingstone tnlertair.e during the tea hour this afternoon I courtesy to tho Misses Murray, wh with their mother are leaving the en of the present month to reside in Van couver. DOCTORS WANT INCREASES MONTREAL, June a meeting last night of tiie society here, decided when a doctor receives a telephone call asking advice, hn shall be entitled to make such charge as-he usually makes, In the same way as a lawyer. An all- round increase in the scale of profes- sional fees was urged and, ia this con- nection, it-was stated that nurses had raised 'their'fees from ?3.75 a day to J5. A defective soldier undergoing medi- cal treatment at London, Ont, was Wiled by a train. CALGARY, June Orange Graacl Lodge o! British America in Its and elected officers for the coming closing sessions yesterday chose To- ronto as the meeting place for 1 year. In the evening a meeting of the legislative coramlttee was held to fur- ther plans for the launching of tbe Orange, forward movement which Is to be actively promoted in all parts of (Mnniin Thc collar Is of thicknesses of the cloth joined together so that It fails quite gracefully about the neck. The hnt of russet 'straw is faced with cream satin embroidered with, bronze silks. One sip of kanta settles the tea ques- tion. The rare flavor, rich and stimu- no-equal. Only skilled blend- ing of Ceylon's finest hill garden can achieve such, quality yours in the striking black and white package) Birthday Gifts imif-, t m v. v v v Oui display window will tell you of many useful i gifts at the nght prices Values ranging from 00 10 00 Our Special foi a few days a C. B. BENDER JEWELER 331 STREET Ij'iuer of Marriage WitnewM: Required; ANNOUNCEMENT The marriage of Miss Mela Harvey Wellington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Wellington: to Mr. Herbert whose engagement was announced in yesterday's issue, will take place in this city on July 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Eugeno Coste, of Cal- gary, announce the .engagement of their youngest daughter, Marie Louise Mathildc, to Mr. George Louis Savon of Marseilles. The place the middle ovf'July. WEDDINGS jAt tho 'tins morning A H Dcnoon united In ma-Tiage Miss Mar) Semple bell of Nabold Scblland and Mr. James 'Arthur Telfer of Dayton. .Mr. iind Mrs. Teller '4Jllrfre.dldei.-ln New Dayton where Mr Te ident .goVe'rriiaent engineer. MoN M the United Church par onage' on Tin rsdaj June 10th' fVank loNabb and "Carrie 'w4re nitea in mar lago by Rev B J Hod ;ins Mr -ind Mrs MrNulb will Ihc n Picture Butte au'dvliave' tKe wishes of the. United Chiireh'membsrs or.-.lhelr happiness. Ice Cold Drinks Ice Cream Dishes for these Hot Days You'll; consider' it worth walking from the farthest V'f. corner of the city lor our HlOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY i ,v -f. the Car Stops at Our Door. f Nprth Lethbrjdge Bakery At'276 First Street a ciuiet was solemnized .on Moiday,, when B.: Wilson of Moose Jaw wns united bonds of holy mfltri- roony to 1 Stcwnrt of i 'Rev' J Morrow of Medicine (at (officiated. CHURCHES AND SOC1ETI6S- The rcgu.lnr monthly business ineDl- !ng 6f St wlfr'lie held'ln St.'AusKstin's IIoll Cn Monday at 9 women of Moo'se lieirl T iTill meet in Moose Hall on Mdriiliy evening nt 8 o'cluck. A large atttrld- ance is rcqucatcil. I- The ladies' society to the B. B. will hold their regular meeting In the J.O.O.F. hall on 'Monday nlghlf'at 8 o'clock. The Art Needlework Club will meet with Mrs. J. A. 322 5th AVe., on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.., G. 1. A. will be held nt Ihc home ol Mrs. Ueo. McXftbb ou Jlonday after- noon at 2.30 o'clock. All new in.iji.n- bers are asked to attend. 4 As a result of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, annual patri- otic and educational essay contest conducted in tlic city schools' 'jn Oraflcs, VII to XII. Hie prizes "tfete awarded by Mrs. M. Juue 4tli, tojbc followinir stmlonfii; Ornclo Vll--Albert McOulre. braitti school; subject "General --Cor- rle, His I'ito Grade VIII Thclma Kilzriatrifj, J-'leetwoorl school; Canada Have n Navy." Vr Oradc "suBJfe'cl, "Tho Work of Iho Cirl Ouitlcs." Grade oritftCTd, tlonnld WANTS TO C.ONVICT V EDITOR OF CONTEMPT PORT ARTHUR, Oat. June B. Allen, editor of the News Chronicle, Port Arthur, was called by 'R. T. Hard- ing, crown prosecutor, at this mom- Ing's session of the RlJdell-Latclford Timber enquiry and the- asked the commissioners to order him to show cause why be should not be committed for contempt. Mr. Harding quoted from two editor' tals in the-News Chronicle- levereiy criticising the (ho ground of integrity and intelligence in the examination of cltliens called as witnesses. Mr. Harding aUo complained that the spelling of tbe word commissions witb. a small "c" was an indication of tbe contempt in the whole article In answer to questions, Mr. Allen, gaid he was entirely responsible for tho article and received no pay for writing it Some very are offered for. tonight and then are all'ljie bigjspecials in hosiery and Tonight is ttie-last nigKtfof these v ;v. WM, BRAID St. CO. Vancouveci 'Cana da RATINE-SUITlM r( skirts, eummer suits, etc. '3S inches w.ide; in- KtrJpeay'aeslEn and assortod colors SPEC1AUOTARD SPECIALS -rAT SIMPSON'S SILK HOSIERY Women's Pure Silk Thread Hose ir. the.Crown brand Black and'white ular 50'line 48 pair only on evening fiom 7 30 atj per pair 89c Ladies' WHITE WASH SKIRTS 24 only, White AVash Outing Skirts, made of .French Repp and Fine assorted .sizes. Regular values each. On sale from 7.30 to above bargains will only be offered at the time specified in this advertisement. The Simpson CHILDREN'S ROMPERS Children's Blue Checked Gingham Rompefe, well made rmd neatly, finished. .In aizes 1 to tl.30.nOW. ;f SATURDAY SPECIAL 95' DRESS GQQDS v Cotton Poplin Dress Goods in assorted plain colors. is suitable-for house-dresses, children's wear and sepal skirts. Full 38 inches wide. Regular ?1.GO yard. SATURDAY SPECIAL T BOY'S KNICKERS Boys' Khaki iKntekew Wo have only a few left, but oven these must be hurried opt. Sizes 8'and 9vyears only. Regular 51 DO Jt SATURDAY NIGHT.Qj-c' SPECIAL i rf CORSETS 7p pair of Larif's High Class Corsets Somo ore (tael laco; others Iniback lace. These are' all well finished and well, .niadb in every way. Wo are clcanlne1 up all odd pairs. Values' "worth up to 5650 and J700 SATURDAY NIGHT, SPECIAL..... LADIES' CORSETS Another Lot'of'odd palrs'aud odd''llnes of high quality cowota. Good fitting and finest of materials. Regular value up to ?5.0u. SATURDAY SPECIAL NIGHT, 2.75 LADIES CORSETS 100, which consist of good wearing cor- sets, but in lower price. A good range of tho rnore wanted sizes. Worth In regular way as high as ?2.50 pair. SATURDAY SPECIAL NIGHT, 1.50 R YLAND AND COMPANY ;