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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAV, Jl Mv IS, L'JU' IIL-.HALJJ PAGK KLEYKN MIL-API 1224 8 ti AT THE PIANO v A ff o OUIIK.CSI Mrs. Helen ArmstronE nf I bf Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kenny s uecn proiuluenlly inoiilioncj lhe bride ot Mr. ,f Ihu Ic-ttdera In Ihe Winnipeg i w'orrlB Holers, also "I l-elll mrlke. ivas. ve.ry promiu- tly idenllliol will: ilie DU Un at. rni? cunTsntiun iu lasi March. of Mr. Hie. ard Ito2ers of Crdaii." Dublin ('omilr.. Ireland. The I'ardet. a lormer chief Lihcral ivhip. j may foe the only member elected -He arserted the new Monroe 05 a cast or tiie ureit i.akes Doctrine provision would c-rface that tor ;hc McMasler amendment. Mr. I'ardee declired himself In faror of free .foodstuffs and clothing and urged bride lioksrt very sweet In a navy blue travelling suit heautlfully IriLd- r-J an-J wilh loMi-lin of white; her liat. j Mr. and Mrf.lUoran f.f How Inland o( Boorgetto will! blue, was; rauglit up al Hie Ijick. She carried a Lridal bouquel of elesanl Oplielia liollcy from international affairs, nnd arguad ILat the. anicndment Adopted lo cover withdrawal of lesEue ruem- litrs would make such withdrawal -ahsolulcly Impossible." PANTRY SALE GARDEN SOCIAL ON DR. LOVERING'S LAWN Third Avenue Couth SATURDAY, June 21 AT 2 P.M. Given by Willard W.C.T.U. and Central W.C.T-U. ADVBP.TISEMKXT e visitors in tbo eHy today, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Ralley an'] Mr. d Mrs Kvcrot Uailcy oi'Mugralil o visitors In Iho city, attending the ogcrs Kenny wedding. Mrs. A- Simlison returned today :ter a business trip in Euslern Can- da. W It. left Ihls allernonn for hi'ago 'o attcna-lhe annual ronvcn- on of Ilic. l.odee of The Yorlil Order of.-.VIOOEe. wliicli is eing hold at Mooshcart. Mrs Amelia LambWn. (ormerly of little town in Ibe I'ass, is Ihe de- Icner ot o special clinir which Is now cing manuJaclurcd In Drumheller ml.which Is said (o be !i piece of ei worimin-bili and design. r. if 0 Ito-ei The liridr-smaid. Miss Coagrove woro a blue afternoon eown I with touches-el seorsette-, a dilc blue hat and carriedTilc llink carnaliona. The bridal parly entered the church o the strains ot Jlendelssohu'a Wed- llns March, tho' being escorted lo ihB allar by her falber. Kollowinc ihc ceremony lie happy couple and their many c.ui-515 adjourned lo Ihe home ot Ilic bride's'parents, 1212 oth south, where a 'mosl sumptuous ijutret luach was'serted. The home van beautilully decorated In all flow- ers, snapdrasons.. roses, carnallons and terns. The service lable vs-i3 artla- llcally arranged wilu slrcameri and terns with.a centre-piece of assorted cut floiv.TE.. Tho young couple were Majnilicenl New Laboratory- Has Daily Capacity ol Bolllci What is said-to be one ot the If.rc- st phannaceullcal laboratories in the jnlled Htatea has been completed at laylon, Ohio, lor the manufacture ol Tanlac, -the well-kiiosvn meoMcine.jl x pound1 ever'sincc anil give you my ?c mission to publish this Mi mssn KELLY, So. 14th Sl_, Kewar' N. j. The rcuon root and he remedy, Lydio E. Vepatab CompoUDd, ao eitcccjssfal in Kelly's cose was because itwent io in root of her trouble, restored her to normal healthy condition and areauli BPT diaauncarei TheNursingMission Provides visiting nurses Tor mi- (ernlty nnrl all medical and turglcal ciscs (except contag- ,lons diseases) nnd c-hargc.i nc- conllngly to Iho circumstances of the iiailenl. Baby Clinic Mothers ore invileil lo brlnj 'tlielr liablcs to t'.io Mission on any Wcdnosdny when Inslrucllous regnrdlnE fcoilln? and ceneral coro ot tho baby will be given by Iho Records kcpl ol your baby's weight lo that lie- la giln- I31h St. S. SOCIAL EVENTS 'J A very delightful nfteinaoii was spent at tho home of Mrs. Ed. Hack- ing, Magralh. ii lionor of her uaugli- ter Mrs. 11. Lamb, whose marriage took place last week, ilie lanlc-n bnine Mcsdimes Wood, Phillips, Moore, Wlllgrass. Bryden. Lloyd. 'Dlaiall, Owen. Itob- crls. Parks, Kelgar, Qauace and Pryde. Misses Whllt, Crandlo and Kulward. A delicious lunch was servcil by tha lioatcsa. who waa B9JHle't1 her LiBbler and Miss Fulward. Ihe reci 'I HU nicnls ol many heauliful pieces ol sil- ver, cut elan ami olher lokens of friendsbip and good wishes. The Broom's present to the Lridesmala was n hnndEomu gold bronch.n'ilh ruby Eel ling and to liii trooiusman, Chas Kcrr, a set of gold cull links. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers lett on Iho ternoon train lor Ihe Coastal Cities wliere. they will a tew wliere. ey w s lionoyniomi rejurning lo lak un th'elr'realdcnce among many trlencl In lliis Phone 1233 Tho murriase, tool; Allace. in V Maude' a Mr! aud Mrs. W. 0. Hutton ol I.ell to Dr.-Arlluir II. Coffin ol Cor- vlllch according lo remit reports Is onallon. son of Hcv. CDJDn of I'elile Il'vcrc, N. S.- The bride looked charming, m a pearle gray gabardine suit Irirjimed with silver braid, with vcsiee oT V ic- lor> blue salln.. opening over a pale pink georgette blouse. Silo wore a plelureariue bat of black lulle and cor- S3KO bouquet nf bridal roses and fern; l The groom's gift to the bride was j a beautiful green gold necklace set with diamonds. 1 I After Ihe ceremony the bridal parly lined at the Talllser and Ihe happy 1 couple left on HIE evening Irnin for Banfi aad coaslal ciliei. GARDEN TEA The Willanl and Central C. T. are holding 'a-gai-den parly ant anlry sale on the lawn o( Ur. I.over iB's'horae, Srd Ave.. on rnoou and evening, June 21st. -The ay alter Ibo Follies. This will b siilendld' place for "lea" un ay unil will save baking for Sunday, tit a fine place to conic anil speml a leasant afternoon 'or evening. uun having the largest sale ot aoy ne'dlclne 01 its" kind In Ibe world. The erection of-tLe new plant was! made necessary by the rapid growth ot the business, as the older plant was found lo be wholv inadequate In supply the over-lncreasins demand whlcli at the present rate of sale will: amend to live million bol- lles for tho'preEeni year alone. Uy the'.'ereclloni'of Ihls plant Ih manutntlurers arc Eivinr; lo Ihc'world Just-one more evidence of Iha.-rcmarkable.trowlh-nnil cipnusloii of'-their rillsincssAaud of tbcir future.' iT-h'is annoiince'rient ir'lllj be read wfii' interest nol 'only Ihe niany lltpiisanrla of.'.Tanlab agenls; Ecallered ihrotighout ot the.Union t The new building occupies feet of floor spacf. It is sir NEW CREAM PRICES On and after'June 18lh we will pay the follow- ing for cream: No. 1 sweet 60c per butter fat No. 2 50c per butter .fat No. 1 sour 44c per butter fat No. 2 sour............... 40c per butterjat CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED Phone 1576. Midsummer Follies lancing 9 to 2 Dancing TWELVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA Japanese Tea Garden-Card Room--The BcUcr 'Ole SIR ALEXANDER GALT GIRLS'CHAPTER I. 0. D. E. FAIR GROUNDS-JUNE ZOlli i- KEEP'THE DATE OPEN 4 r. June .National Council of Women, are' in commllloe today, with Ihe official op'etl- ng nf Ihe convcnllon scheiltiled for [n o'clock tomorrow niornlng.-i meelings Ihls morning were closed lo ill other tlian delegates. t One ol Ihe subjecls which "111 re reive much discussion, il wan anpar cm this morning, will lie llie blsl cosl of HvlnB and measures lo be ndontcil lo reduce II. 11AI1OV LONG LEGS1' slorles In heigfil, prnctlcally proof throughout, and is of spiking architectural design. Ii also has pri vale railway facilities. .This beautiful new structure now slBnds in striking contrast beside Ice where was flrsl made. ViBllors lo Ilie laboratories arc slro'riply Impressed with tile eiireme ly. in nil err. chnracter of Ilia equip- ment. is provided, and splendidly arranged lo promote sys- tematic, and raphl iirxlucllou. The Vtry lalest' machinery and devices knoviii lo ilivenlion anil pharmaceuti- cal science are here used. Tlib Interior throughout Is finished in spotless while, and all of Ilie large force of employees wear twhito uni- forms, which they are required lo change daily. Tho main offices on -Iho first floir are .all finished In Carnr.i 'marlilc and maliogany. cnltre process of manulaclure Is c'onducled under ahsolulcly sani- tary conditions. Brell tho bottles made .expressly lo contain Tanlac are im electricnlly by .violet ray process. They aro Ihen tilted hy aulomalic machin- ery ahd' the flnlaheii product Is herefpre never touched by human When Tanlac was introduced Into Canada history repealed llself. anil :ho demand which had been create'] In Ihe United Stales was quickly duplicated in the Dominion provinces. As a''result, ll'was recently found ne'ces'a.nry to establish another Tan- Inc Nauoralory at Windsor, Canada, which is on n s'omwhnt nmnllcr scalj IhaiKthe plunt at. Dayton, but la no less ntodernly equipped. These new facilities give R dally c'apoeily-ol as Tan lac' Is rapidly belnE introduced lulo loreitn counlrlts II is probably only a'riueEllon of 1 few yenVs before even 'lavgo facllitlea will' become ncces While Ihe monutaclurers are neces sarlly for capacity nroduc Ko'n, ii Is a lunuanienlal rule of tho 'I lhal Iho nuallly of lite medicine shall never lit sar tificcd In secure.quanllly oulpnl. Uniform quallly i-l suarantecd hj r series of careful Inspccllons by pert chcmiaU, from Iho time Ih roolr, herbs, and liirks are receired n their roilgll tram all part of tho Blolie until iholr mcillcina iropcrlies have hccn .eilraclcd hy Ih most approved processes. The finish- ed la Ihen labelled, j amf-'Wilppcd oul lo the (ens of lliou ssnds of Ihroujrhonl Ihe' United Elau-r- and Canada. In supply n: lichiand never before- equalled lorj Ibis or any other medicine. The-exceulivc 'sale's offices arc lo- cnled In Atlanta, aeprgla. ami occupy alntOBt an entire Moor ot tho Foiirlh Rank Building of lhal city. 'Tanlkc Is solrj In br lllglr.ljblhkhi't Co., lif elliciiV Cat. In CoAlhuriil hy lllnmond Drug t Slallonory llorc. THURSDAY BARGAIN DAY AT SIMPSON'S A bigger and brighter Jot of Seasonable Mer- chandise on sale Thurs- day: Dress Voiles, Mid- dy Cloths, Suitings, Doy- lies, Table Cloths, Un- derwear, Silks, Coats, Suits and Skirts, Sheets, Towels and Girls''Wash '.Skirls." These Values Should Bring Out A Big Crowd on Thursday A SILK SALE THURSDAY MIDDY CLOTHS AND WHITE WASH SUITINGS: AT 25c Heavy Wills, crash suiting in pure white, sun- resista cloth, pinue, near linen and while strive width from 37 lo 31 inches wide; every ploce.worlh double Ihls price. On sal Thursday at per yard INCH TUSSAH SILK '.f 89c Suitable for dresses, middies, sleeveless coals nn'd underwear; shades of grey, pink, rose anil Copenhagen blue; on sale Thursday at per yard Hemmed Sheels Bleacherl size sheds; re- gular J1.S5; 1 4Q Tbursday 1 Battenburg Centres 39c IS incli size ccnlrcs. Ballon- hurs and drawn work; regular Gbc; on sale BIG PRICE REDUC- TIONS ON Coats, Suits and Skirts THURSDAY 2O% OFF "30 inch Haiinli Taffeta in all shades snch as rose, green, bclio, sky, 11Mb. clay, cardinal, le- msn, black, navy and ivory; n useful grade of silks for middies nnd dresses: 1ft J1.05 qualily; Thursday Her yard FANCY VOILES' 49c ,3C and 40 inch fancy cotton dress voiles in floral designs in shades-of pink. Slue and green; would be considered good value al 85c; An., uu sale Thursday at per yarn Linen Huck Toweli per pair Illeaclicd. linen .luicl; loir'eli, ISsofJ inches, hcmslltchcd cnils, tlamask Lordcra; "a splendid hand lowel; special 1 or Thuriilay per pair---- Damask Table Cloths 2 yards long in bleached rta- niask. floral design, bemined ready for use; Tlmra- O 1 C day each CROCHETED DOYLIES 19c 10 inch size, fancy crocliel nallerns, scallopeil and poinleil edges; all in Thursday each SWEATER WOOLS FOR HOME KNHTING All colors, soft double cr f 2 ounces (or LADIES' MOTOR HATS Tweed waterproof motor hats in a good HS'orl- ment of aiiadcs auil mlxlnrcs-' 1 CQ 1'rlcc each GIRLS'.. WASH DUCK SKIRTS Girls' of navy duck or while made on bell ot self, pleated, sir.cs 8 13 1 QQ years; a snap HI l.vv WOMEN'S COTTON HOSIERY only In heavy nuallly thai will Give good wcAf; H smoolh.acJimlcsa per ,alr 'BOYS' SUMMER UNION SUITS Tine cjuillly balljrigeaii snils, shprl elccve an-J knco lenglli; Ihe Oxford 1 An Jll'1 OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS CAN BUY ANY OF THE ABOVE ADVER- TISED LINES ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH. ;