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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; JUNK 17, 1920 THE OAU.Y HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI wer tinder the auspic TbeAitevij' friends of Mrs. J. R. TlieoiAid.iHl) be pleased to kuow that to her. honje after .operation in the .VauHaar- lenv hbfitltil; "t. Jir. S.'Kanu. aud nlghi.to visit the1 cos'st. -Frank .-Wie'ka' .-aiic daughter, who liave been spending "some time'in Sp'okario'owing to' th'6 111 health of Miss Wicks, r have returned lo the city, f Word has-been received from Miss Eva Price of her sate arrival-in'lSns- land. _ of the 'Major Jack Boss Chapter., The music will be furnished by the Cannoneers Jazz Refreshments will "be served by the ladies "of the chapter; also street car service arranged. -This cctncs as a place of delight to the dance lovers.ol Lelhbrtdse duHr.g the summer months. t'f danco i iSereiiord's has' been engaged >nd.. be" repi :hose' John, kjjj In is .at jircsejil Th'e garden psrly and dance held al the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kirig''oa Tuesday evening under the" auspices of the Girl Guides was and proved most 1 and Mrs.' H, A.' Vftight left on night to attend tlio Shriuera' meeting in 'Edmo.nlon.. .They. company the Slirlners to Portland. ;V 3, Mr. nnd: Mrs.. W who have teen spending tlio. past couple of jweelis vlslling in Milk Hlvcr, have relumed lo .lue tits'. Jlrs. J. Lolllot and family are 'in IHciIfc-liic Hat, the guests of Mrs; W. 3. Avery. Mrs.'. E... F.usoo of Barons, who' lias been a patient at Gait hospital for the past month, has sufficiently permit of her return home. .Mr. Kueee. accompanied Mrs. Kuscc to Barons on Tuesday. Mr. and Jlrs. A. M. Grigg and iim lly are, leaving today by motor 105 Vancouver .anil .the coast, to bo gouo Jlirce months. v .Mrs.'Iiubt. Pastoii.or Toronto, aiid .Mrs. J... Stevenson of London, Ont., iVho hiivo been the guests of their McCamWy, for .the successful both socially and'fmanclal- ly. Thp charming house and grounds looked 'their best and were effectively -with 'flags- and colored 'lan- terns'. The hostess, Mrs. King, aad members of tho pir] Guides, spared no efforts In see'lag.lbat the guests enjoyed themselves. ,Mrs.' Colpman and Jliss-.Tattersbn delighted those pres- ent wlth'niusicarnunibers. The splen- .did proceeds nugraenl the funds for tho' Girl Guides ft past few days, left this mornhig.'fqr the coast where They will spend 'the Summer, WEDDIIMOS 4 SCOTT The Lome of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McLaren, West Edmonton, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Monday evening when Mrs.' McLaren's. Jennie Scott, li. N, daughter of the late Mr. Scott, of Radison, Saskatche- wan, and ot Mrs. George Harder, of Neepawa.'bcsame the bride of Albert O- Baker, of Alberta. Rev. Dr. performed the :cerernony. The bride. graduated fronv the. iioyal Atexanilra hospital -training school in and the fellow' members of her Class wero; guests 'at the wedding, to- gether with rMntives; including her brother, Sandy Scott, ot Radisou. The pretty gown ol navy rblue taffeta and carrie'd bouiinet of white roses.. -She was unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Uaker left for Lake Louise who uave been vlslling iiirs. t-o, Winnlfred, have returned home. law after July 15th. _ _ where they will 'bpend their tioney- -owian, moon. They will be at home at Ret- Mies F. McKelvie of Lcthbridge, is in the city to attend the pianoforte recital to he given Wc'itnesday by h'er Miss Gladys, jMcKelvie, Cal- gary licrald. SOCIAL -t- The grand evening .of the dance pavilion fairgrounds, Weunosday, June the long-looked for want ofviUc people of Lqlhhridge is realised. The big eihibitlou building irlll be turned into a lovely dafice pavilion every Wednesday cvcniiig during. the sinn- Dailv Fashion v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tno Junior Girl Guides will meet at Fleetwood. school at 7.30 Friday night. Tho Brownies will meet at 4.15 Fri- day afternoon in the parish room. Will Await Soviet Promise to Evacuate Persian Territory l.O.SDOX. Juno forecasts that Hie reply of the council of the League oi Nations to Persia's request-for in- tervention against tho Bolshevik ag- gression would announce, a noslpone- mrmt of any final 'oorne out by an official auno'uncctnent riiadc at a' public meeting ;6f llic 'council this morning. The iric'cNng followad two days of legislative sessions. .Tho council's reply council decided that, before advising upoji means by which the obligation prescribed by Hie covenant eliall'bo fulfilled, it Is desired, iii or- der to give every opportunity for tlie success of the conversations now prcH greasing to await the result of the promises miulo by the uovlel authori- ties. Meanwhile the council requests lire Persian representatives to keep It infqr'meil.ol Iho march ot events." f'oinmuulcalioni regarding the in- vasion of Porainn' territory by Uolahc- vik forces from the Caspian Sea have exchanged between Persia' and the soviet 'government of Russia. De- cently, however, Mirza, 'tho Persian foreign minister, prolest- c? to M. -Tdiltclicrln, the Bolshevik commissary for foreign affairs, that it was impossible for Persia lo enter In- to negotiations because the Russian foreign nfllce's promise that lite Bol- ahcvik forces would be withdrawn from Persia not been fulfilled. A DISTINCTIVE COSTUME Tliis striking costume for tnldoor fip'ort will please (he young girl >vho Is planning vacation clothes. The sWrl is.made of a Ifglit-wciyht inlnic in large black and white It is kilt pleated. FO .that when It spreads Ihcro k plenty of fuinoss to perfect freedom in play. The In n heavy while f'tt-., Tiic Irimiiiing cf 'il.'icl? crobroiilery ccals Itic (liiJ model is flipped ovur (lie held. Tlie long fire finished cuffs. A leghcin wllli dbck ncd whllo rihlion. AFFAIRS OF KINGSTON PENITENTIARY AIRED Ont, Juno dlerOcncral A. B.- floss, Jil.P.P, foi Kingston, according to an.artlcte In Insl nlghl's Standard, lias written to I Premier Ilnrden, prolesling., against methods which he declares i are being In tho, Portsmouth penitentiary at present, demanding ai rf Iho rilsmlsfal of ofn .cials. and requsstlug th.it he. be allow- cd to represent Ihe diamlsacd men. t Clcnoral dcica not deny thai Iho i illsmljMl of i-mi.o. of the man Iins I r.'Arranted, but lie askii that no Inno- i-ciit innn'Fliiill lie madj to suitor. Klngslon Conaerviilivea ilccornleij tho grave of Hir .lohn AX.Mpr-ilonp.ld utt the' oiiMiveisnrr uf.h'bj dealt. RIGHT STORE To FILL YOUR SUMMER NEEDS ARLY A REAL BARGAIN in Women's Stylish COATS at Greatly (Reduced Prices T-T j T C1 rpc1 II In fulli three-quarter and sports length modeK featur- -I T I' ,1 iDS newest ideas In style treatment for this season. k-', velour, polo ?loth, gabardine, tricotlneiahd serge.. _ Kor th'is .week end the .following prices will prevail: Regular to THls Week End Once you sec tiem you'll want one. Of good.tiuality voile and daintily val lace, insertion, and embroidery.': Many styles to choose'from. ALL MILLINERY TO BE CLEARED, AT HALF PRICE. Regular for............. Regular for for............. Regular for____........ BIG VALUES SUMMER FOOTWE'R LADIES' PUMPS brown, grey and palm beach shades of Sea Island canvas witb' flexible leather and hand turned leath- er soles. A lovely range ot styles with or wit'.iout buckles. Full French, Cuban and medium heels. Value up to 55.00. A Week-end- WOMEf S at, x Regular VakieS from to The materials are jersey, taffeta and Serge. be pleas; ed at tlie w.i.de rauge o.f styles for se- lection, also of the qlTallty of iho materials usedoSpacaVdoes not, al- low of description, but'we cordial- ly invltfl Tour.lnspwtibn. Tl "D 1 I hese Dnght W ar.m Bring Many Under we'ar.J i Needs.. "HARVEY" COMBINATIONS" Of fine cotton and lisle, tiglit or loosa luiee, Bh'ort or no sleeves, plain or fancy top; all sizes. tp suit.. DRAWERS and In fine cotton or lisle, tight or loose, knee, open and closed styles. All sizes. 1 ENVELOPE COMBINATIONS Of -fine nainsook, neatly .trimmed -with fine lace and embroidery. Sizes 3C to -Extra 1 An Special.... I'Vt WOMEN'S NIGHTGOWNS ,Made of good Quality lingerie cotton, short sleeves, ueck Bi'iti prettily laco trlmmt-tl. Extra t on Special DRAWERS A fine assorlnrent to choose from of. good quality nainsook; closed or open style; trimmed with embroid- ery, tucks and lace. All sizes. CP- lo Cft Prices...-............................. OJC i.Dlf Sensational Values in WOMEN'S-SUITS Regular t6 for.. Including the choicest of this season's models in trie- otlnc, serge, ivool poplin and Iwecd. V LADIES' OXFORDS In a very fine grade of While Canvas with flexible leather soles, Loui5, medium and walking heels. Value uu to ?5.00. 'vi' and BOOTS i In and Palm-Beach shades of [inq Sea Island canvas. A beautiful range of styles to choose, from, "flexible, leather soles, Louis, Cuban, medium and walking heels. Value up to 18.00. Sale O QC prico ,0.30 i' LA.DJES' PUMPS Patent; and kid leathers with-flexible Ipather r QP soles. All ,sizes.................................- GROWING GIRLS' BOOTS AND OXFORDS Ill a fine gradB "ot canvas, white and brown shades. Up lo sizo'4K. Boys' Outing Shoes Ladies' Outing Pumps Girls'Outing Shoes-..... i CHILDREN'S SANDALS In hrown and white leathers with hand, welt leather soles All sizes. to MEN'S BOOTS In while and hrown shades of. Sea Island can- o QP vas. Value ?4.00. Price MEN'S WORKING BOOTS In black and brown grain leathers. All sizes. to TENNIS SHOES t 20% Off All Tennis and Outing Shoes.. Week-end Specials from DRY GOODS SECTION Outing and Sgorts Skirts Approprfatc, serviceablb antf easily laundered skirls, of While Gabardine, 'Drill. Trirotine and fancy check materials. Stylishly cut nml fcifiarlly finished' with neatly nlaccd rockets', over belt nnd pearl bultoiia, to' CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' OUTING SKIRTS In serviceable cotlon goods, plain and pleated styles. Size's 6 to 10 years. Prices SU65 Tremendous Reductions in WOMEN'S CORSETS These big reductions present you with tho corset Iiuy- ing opportunity of thf season and enable you to save many dollars on your purchase. THE to An For 1.UU TKE "BON and 55.75. O Cfk O.OU 1 7C THE "ROYAL ?2.50 and ?3.00. THE "LA lo For .'........1............................... 6.95 (MAIN FLOOR) WQOL JERSEY CLOTH Fine knit. Pure wool Jersey, direct from Now York 51 Incites wide. In. now shades of PcKin blue, reindeer, lnupc, nov7 rose, aud grey. This cloth is becoming Increas- ingly popular and cerlainly merits it. Special value for tills week, yard MESSELAINE SILK AT OLD PRICES 36 inches wide. man-