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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 I I 1 I I 192C- THE DAILY HERALD, PAGE FIFTEEN 0> PERSONAL .-4 Mrs. Jackson, ISM Fourth Mrs. Thomas Palmer ot Morten, Man, recently armed In Medicine Hat where- the was met by her daugh- ter, Mrs. J. D. Mitchell of Bow island, with whom she returned FRINOB ALBBRT, Sask, June C. W. Clinch, brother of H. s. Clinch, MrttA. ot Shellbrook, has secured the coaUact fof grading work to le' car- ried out on the'ratlwajr inm through the 'Paddocic Wood district. 60 miles of which Was authorisa-? by io Railway commission at Ottawa. his week.' The railway surveyors under J.' Charles, chief engineer, eft tho city- Tuesday to complete the final survey and' to lay out the line at the "head of7 Biding, as construc- ion gangs aro .how' following the sur- _ _. ANOTHER VERSION OF .THE CAPE The popularity of the cape.and the wrappy coat continues unabated, for they are such useful articles of dress In this modeHhe decorations are made entirely of the russet-colorei duvetyn. .The upper part 'shows a very clever iise of pin a right angles to each other. Down the tides arc numerous llttie tshs of th telephone call asking ujylce, entitled to make i'uch charge'as-be usually makes, ia a lawyer. An all- increese'.in the scale of profee- .1 feeaJwnSjUrged and, In this con- nection.' tljat nurses had raised their tees from a day !A defectlye spldtjr. undergoing medi- cal treatment Ont., -was killed by a train; Ex-Mayor Hocken of Toronto Is Again Grand in Toronto in 1921, CALGARY, June Orange Grand Lodge'of British America in its and elected officers, tor tho coming closing sessions yesterday choio To- ronto a: the meeting place 'for 1921 year. In the evening a meeting of the was held to fur- ther plans for', the launching ot the Orange foiward movement which is to be actively promote aU parts of Canada and Newfoundland. Ei-Mayor H. C. Hockea, M. P., of son, K. iC., deputy grand master and Toronto, was' re-elected most worship- ful grand master; Hon. W. O. JdcPher- Rev. P. C. Ward-Whale, cl Luncn- burg, N S, grand Chaplin. Other officers elected were as follows: Grand secretary, Wtn. Lee, Toronto; grand treasurer, JOB. Thompson, To- ronto; grand lecturer, W. H. G. Arm- strong, Saskatoon; Grand D. of C., Wm. Crawford, Toronto, deputy grand chaplains, Newfoundland, W. J. Wll- ion and Dr. Jones; Nova Rev. H. R. Clarke and Rev. David Jenkins; Prince JMward Island, Rev. Dr. Mc- Ewen and Ilev. Mr. Snowden; New Brunswick, Rev. B. II. Penwarden and Rev. A. D. Archibald; Quebec. Rev. R. Dean Snaders and Rev. H. E. Be- noit; Ontario East, Rev. J. Puttenham and Rev. J. 1L Philip; Ontario West, lev. J. Bracier and Rev. T. R. White: ianitoba, Rev. J. Runylcna and ROT. J. It. Hill; Saskatchewan..Rev. 0. H, Glorer and Rev. Tappeu; Alberta. Her J. Lobb and Her. M. L. Wright; British Columhla, Her. C. W. mUtaker and Rev. D. W. Scott; deputy grand secretary, J. H. Vinnipeg; grand Har- Ilamilton and U H. Reid, T.p'ron- o; deputy grand Newfoiind- and, J. Penny; Nova Scotia. E. 0. ilcfadgcn, Ptlnco Bdward Island.'L. 5. Miller; N'ew Brunsukk, P. Kerr; Juebec, A. W. Ingram; Ontario East, i Armstrong; Ontario .West, Isaac Smith; Manitoba, R. Lewis; Saskat- chewan, A. D. McCallum: Alberta, W; 1. Ds Long; British Columbia, R. X. lopkms. The marriage of Jiiss Mela; Harye Wellington, daughter' of Mr.f'and-Mrs J. H; Wellington- of '.this city, to Mr. Herbert whose engagement was announ'ced in yesterday's iss.ue, will take place In this1 city on-Jiily 19th. ilr. and Mrs. Eugene Cal- gary, announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Marie: Louise 'Mathilde, to Mr. George ot Marseilles. The place the middle ot -j WEDDINGS c- TB1 U tho 'manse this morning Hev A H united in marriage >Ils Semple boll of Nabold SQOlH ind Mr James 'ArthufTelfer Mr and Mrs Belter willifeside in New re- sident government- cngineT T T -j At the on June lOthp '-Frahlr Bruce VcNabb and Came Haugefi frero united In marriage gins Mr and Mrs WilHlivc n Picture Butte and Have the jhest wishes of tha United'Church :members their happiness. At "76 First SWet z i-r waa solemnized 6n Monda) June (th, when Mr S 't, Wilson ot Moose Jaw was united in the bonds ot hol> matri- mony to Miss I Stewart of Hilda, Alia J W Morrow of Medicine Hat officiated The regular monthly buslness'.nifcet will meet in Moose Hall on Moiio'ay evening at S o'clock. A large jiKc'nd onco ia requested. The ladies' society to tho D, S. E. will hold Iheif regular meeting; in the. I.O.O.P. hall on Monday night S o'clock. The Art Needlework Club will riji' with Mrs. J. A; Younsr; 322 5lh! AVe. on Monday afternoon ,u 3 o'clock; G. I, A. will he held at the home 0 McNabb on Monday after noo'n at 2.30 o'clock. All new.-m'em hers are asked- to attend. IAS a result of the Sir Alc-ian'tlc: Oait Chapter, otic and educational essay dories conduclcil in the city ih Oradcp VII io XII, the prizes v'Voro awarded by Mrs. L. M. Joiinstorij'o; June 4th, to tho following sliidegtA: .'Grade. hratth school; Rubjoct "Qoneral-'ciir rie, liis Lite and Work." Grade VIII Thelma Flectwooil subject Canada ITaVo a'N'aTy." A, Grade "The Work ot the Girl Guides." Grade .gcawlwd, Honald One sip of :-Lanka settles the tea ques- v tiqijo TKe rare flavor, rich and stimu- tip 'equal. Only skilled blend- -ing-of Ceylon's finest hill garden {easj 'can achieve such quality yours in. the striking black and -.white, package LjanfrpL; ''Vancptrvery Canada WANTS TO CONVICT Of CONTEMPT PORT AHTKURi Ont, June B. Allen, editor of the News Chronicle, Port Arthur, was called by Kv T. ing, crown prosecutwr at this mom- ing's session ot the ntddell-Latchtord Timber and the prosecutor asked the commlssloners to order him to Bhow cause -vvhy he should not he committed for Mr. Harding Quoted from two ials in the News CoroaWo severely crltlciilng the coraiaissloners on tho. ground ot Integrity and intelligence in the examination of citizens called; as witnesses. Mr. Harding also complained'that the spelling of the word commissions with a small "c" was as indication ot the contempt in the whole article In answer to questions.'Mr. Allen, said he was entirely reipc-'nsible for thp article, and received no pay writing It, SIMHOSIERY Women'spure Silk Threacj Hose in the Crown and white only. All sizes. The.reg- ?ular only on safe Saturday Evening from'; 7.30'to: 8.30 at, per pair 89c ladies' WHITE SKIRTS 24 only, While Wash Outing Skirts, made of French Repp and Fine Piques, assorted sizes. Regular values each. On sale from 9.00 p.m. at t above bargains will only be offered at time specified in this adveitisement. 'The Simpson Some very specials are offered for tonigKt and then these ali--.the big. .specials in hosiery and'rfndcrvvear. is these ..'.'I" Jv'ovelty.raUfte suiticf.for. wash sklrte, eiumner stilts, etc. 38 inches ,wi3e. 'til' striped and aesorted colors ot Tills. for CHILDREN'S ROMPERS Children's nine. Checked Grneham Rompers, well made and neatly finished. In aliea 1 to 4 -yeorp. Theae are worth now. _ _ _' J. _ "__ SPECIAL DRESg GOODS Cotton Poplin Drew Goods in assort ei plain This is suitable for houso dresses, children's wear nnd separata skirls. Pull 38 inches wide. Regular yard. SATURDAY SPECIAL BOY'S KNICKERS Boys' Knteters Wo havo only a left, hut these niujl bo hmrW out. Sizes 8 and 9 years only. Regular 51.60. SATURDAY SPEQAL NIGHT, 95' la 'pair of iHIgh Class Corsets. lacci others in back lace are all well finlarieid and weU madejn overs' way. cleaning up all odd pairs. Values worth up to ?6.5p and v SATIWDAY ANIGHT, SPECIAL LADIES' CORSETS Another of odd pairs and odd lines ot high quality oorjotf. Good Ilttlng and ffnwt of materials. Regular value up to fo.OU. SATURDAY SPECIAL NIGHT, 2.75 LADIES CORSETS 100 pairs In this lot, which consist ot good wearing cor- sets, but in lower price. A good range ot tho more wanted sizes. Worth In regular way as high as ?3.5fl pair. SATURDAY SPECIAL NIGHT, i.5o R YLAND. AND COMPANY ;