Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
I IUDAY. .HNK 211. 1'Jm MILADI honor Mr. and Mrs. Surumonele V 1" I -T I IMPERIAL COUIVT v J TO REOPEN l 'Severni vUilors i k U lhi lint conse- quence are eipecte-i visit London ilurtnff' Lhe ol llyj iirtseul yi-jr. .Tlio Belelaj SuUo of ainrinicnlB Mrs. T. W. KOI and Iwo dauEhlerB. ami Mavlone. left loday lo spend live summer wteks in Dourer. Mr. and Mrs. L. 1-arton. ol MaRralli. are rejoicing over llio arrival or a wee son. .Vra. Larson and iho lnhy are with the former's slater, Mrs. I.eo M. Coombs. of 12th St. A. S- Mrs. John Lyla is apf-ndlne" lha weekend In Medicine Hit, Ihe guest ol Mrs. II. S Ireland. The many friends of (net -Miss Helen Dodilsi will regret to hear that they aro leaving shortly ui lake up Iholr residence In l.olh- where 'Mr. Docse has been Herald. Mr. Iteclnald Inspector In spending a fow days vrllb Mrs. l.nnilvi plains, -Mr. and 11. 'n Mi is Mr. anil Mrs Luudy will no-.or w biliary today with Mr. II. liii-f. ''ho IP on bis way to Edmonton in appall a manner holiday and m- tho wadding nf his'eranddaush- isr which will late place llio lasi of JUS'.-. Miu Cojte. of Taber. ucukir.it vlillor in the city. .Mr. C. A. McEathern. 1225 Sib Ave. v S., left Ull nlzht tor Vancouver In hopn'of Et'.ulue In heallb. Her. J. W. Morrow was iu Medlcluc Hat yeiterdsy uffirialliic al tl.e wet dine ol Mr- George I.. KInt and Miss 80GIAL EVENTS ff t- f' ff Mr. and B. Pulley enlerlained In honor of their son-in-law, Serel Yiclor LuJxale. who relurnea-rccsnt ly from Franco Among Ina BUCnh were- Mr. anil Crotl. Mr am Mrs. Mtredllh and daughter, Mr. ami Fred Ju'.maon. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Mr. and Mra. Carter. Mr. and Mrs Miss Grace Drown. Miss Coalln Miss Emma Coalln. .Mr. llarr Jobuson, Hr. Clove Joiinson. M- Mllhcr, -Mr. Jack CoutlE, Mr. IIiilloii, .Mr. llanrahan, i-Mr. t The evening was spent-In musl and dancing. Rofrejhmen wero served by the -nd U wee hours, saw iho close of a mo enjoyable evening. livi Cock Ilela. Hal. hoth ol Medlclno Capt. Slloebotiiani, of Is In this city for Ilic ere Is Ihe nong of the maple leal; ow vait uiy domaias beyond belief; ow sturdy my sons. In them I re- joice. tat mine is tile land ui Uod'i own choice. lerc is tho try ot Ihe waulcbloom: All Kuropc's acres find mo no rgonr, rbe world arms. I couM show uc fiance, u slrenslb of lilai'e my re- lianco. .ast. least, lovclie-l. land ot Ihe fern. After my brothers I lake, my turn; My spirit's Immense as my Isles are I bow in naught but lo freedom's call Hark in Kurope! to cannon's boom; They're sounding tlic Knell of free dom's doom; The ;aml of thu rose responds to its cry. They're there in Flanders ic cave o die. Sons of Empire, (why do you faller To give your blood on freedom' alUr? They spring from ibo mountain, lea from ibe plain, I'.ally lo combat In freedom's name. Ihorauifly overhauled mil Into Jad iht lirsi oc- cupants of these aparlrr.fnij are n- liccted to. bo tbe Kins and (Juien oil Ills Bflc'lcl. promt arraoge- EOod. will >lmosi immediately niter peaie Is sizned. rhcir majesties are eiiK'iKd lo re- main in Knsland lor'aboul a. week, which lime several entertain- ments will be organized in liieir honor. Including. all probabllily. i gala per- formance al iho opera. Towards the end of ilie Bummer tbe Krcnch prcfl- iltul IB eipecled lo pay anolher vlsll to London, accompar.itS by Mmc. Palncalre. While a few weeks alter rinless unforeseen should happen 1n ihc meantime, the ing tad Queen of lialy will viiit Ibe 'nnd Queen, al- IJut'-tinrham -r-.i. This Is a'visit Iliai has Itcn' anned 'for a Ion j bin hitherto ero has been no opporl'jnlly lo carry tnuj effect. Marebol Koch is ;ilso ci- ecltd In .London again bctoia llio enu f Ihc ycnr. so Ilial It will be that Knoi church was tbc scene Atnott thoie Mho wcro on boirO the.Olyuiplo and who arrived In '.lie c'ily Iron overseas ycsleroay wore: W Xetbltt. 0. B. Perry. II. Hudson .1. Ollkero, J. ,1'. Murray. A. Walker l-arrlca ind L, ritrlmrst. liucler William Suminonelt. of Ihe fiQlh' Bfcttsilan. rolurneci to bis honvs, 'Ird -if3. N-. yeiterday afternoon, lie was wtkomtd ty his parcnls anil a number of Invited friends. R d-nncr very pretty wedding on V.'cdncsday aflernoon. Juno ISlli, when Berlha Mury Markle. only daughter of Mr. John Srolt, became the bride of Albert B. llillcr, eldest son ol Mr. and iMr n. Hlller, ol Kitchener. Out. The ceremony was performed by Ihc llcv. Mr. Morrow, iu the presence of only a few immediate friends. 'flic bride, who given away by he'- falhcr, looked very s-.vecl in a navy blue travelling suit., prelllly trimmed in braid and ImUons ami oiicnlng over a sanrt-coloreil yc.stce. Her hat was of black urald mill tulle, willl scarlel Yet sous of Empire, back from Lh wars, Who dare challenge for liherly cause, To find slouler cliamptons from em ot the earth, Tliau men bred to freedom of colonial birtb. W. 11 MlLLKft, Stelller. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter and Girls' Chapter LO.D.E. m w OJ H T TV IS S flf IT TI U O MIDSUMMER FOLLIES Jt W M _ Dancing 9 p.m. to 2 12-piece Orchestra, THE BETTER 'OLE Pretty Bar Maids JAPANESE TEA GARDEN All Iho N'ai'io Suggests CARD ROOM Check Street Car Service Until 2 a.m. FRIDAY Evening, June MAIN BUILDING-FAIR 50 CENTS (Which includes all pleasures but REMEMBER THE DATE. TIME AND PLACE. irra Is a vtry busy. I'rne in prospect or the coui-l. It tai bem taken (or rauteri that Itierfi are lo be nu ere- courts tilts year, liul il will bly bt found thai this Is Incorrecl- V'liilo ihu.nations were al war the King deemed II unsullaWo lo liolil any slato function of a social nalure. and. o ihls His Majesty adheres; but' so soon as. the treaty of peace E signed. It Is anticipated dial at leaft two evening'crnirts bo held al Hucklngham Palace, end ihe fort- night thai Intervenes beU'eea ibe rac- ing Kpsom anil Ascoi is retarded as fne most convenient lime for these to be held. A leport has recently been glrculatcd lo Iho elfect lhat when Iliese courts tase place Ihe dress lo lie, worn by the ladles present will he somewhat modified anil ths train will be abolished, t-ul Ihsrs is very high autliorlly for saylns that '.hers IB no justification whatever for tl statement anil that Iho mailer has nnt l evtra come under the considcrallon; of Their Majesties as yel. The younger of tlio royal cr anil I.ethbrldge where be has been Il.ivejMir Co. was in skiff eetling his well drilling onlnl ready Mr. I'ellelii-r our Has to Bhlp Iu lie Bgures ou trying foim.l i! ncces.-iHy 10 lure a liclpe.- 1 .......in his Mr. Uiirau Iron) 'lore most is helping him. Mr. Jurgens. 1 bridge today. an artesian well on the Kentucky.Al- berla Land Co.'.s Itanch nexl week. Mr. Lynds and brother were in I.clh bridge lasl weak. I Mr. Seltzer of the International Mr. llecb o! the llecb Land Co. in toivn ycsLerday. Mv. Mr Tnfi Mr McCul- lum hi-M SunJ.i> :ooViiuS over [iK'i: (TOPJ. II. .1. Ilaiivnprt- Nht-arn Kail.', hin a (itiarter of an 'acre of fill wheat which lie thinks ii to cut. imti Housekeeper: Can you really enjoy your Sum- riier Meals, voen you coma, the lablu tired. oT.or-heatcil, oppressed wllh cooking otori? Can you relish your food wiUi conlcin- ol dlElics lo be wasli'eil and houio set In order at the end of hot. onorgy-laslng day? And you. Mr. Huiband, doestfl the idea of giving the Mrs. and the family a vaca- tion, Influence You (o'elve them arcal (real by bringing thein-lierp.to eal sometlm'es, where you know Uiey will enjoy gpoil food, service anil an. appetizing oil: vlronmsnl" When'dining "I home oilr Homo tilaJe Dread, .Cakes, and raslrlei enable you to eliminate ii lot of cooking nnd bzklng. You will find II. to your advanlage fronif tbo'fltnnrtpolnl of enjoyment, ai as .econ- omy. Wo hold'Ibe [nr excellence In. bread baking, awarded al n world's exposition in Ixindon. Tills moro than ordinary bread. Why nol havo II? caught up al Ihe back popples and ribbon streamers. A cor- Fage of bridal rotes fi.ive a mosl bc-aullful touch. Tbe Driilc was al- lenled bv her cousin. Miss lloberta KCOU. we'aring blatK taffeta frock, lirlilal roses and becoinlng "lack pic- lure lial. Tho Rroom was supported by nulalson. Follo'viufe-trir, ceremony the party adlonriied..t6 Iho liome of tbc nndos a 'delicious lunch was aejvcir'lne ho'nE artistically arrwisia wilbTcul. flowers oud smi lax Ihc wedding' eak8 forming a ctn'lrcDiece. The young couple were Ihc rccliilciits-of innny beautiful gifts lokens of frlcndsblp and good wishes from their many frlcndi. Tho br-.de is a Lelhurldge girl, her parents ha-rlog been pioneers al. dibtrict. and Ihc, lest wishes Irom cltv followed .Mr. and Mrs. Hlller tncy left on the afternoon, train for Hanlf. whtro Ihey will spend a shor honeymoon before golne io al Wayne. Aim., where Mr. Hlller manager of the'Slandanl Uank orancb 'i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The garden lea to he given by tl women of tho V.'.U.T.U. on'Salurds aflernoon and cvcnins alllho ion of nr .1 E. Lovorlng prorilscs to b rlcaslllg affair and ,loserv special pntronnge. as tho returns a bting UBod'lo buy an Invalids clu and medical apparatus for one o. o D'KII''returned, men who is a pallc Gall llospilal as a reBull of serii bveracas. For such a canso nu o need-be urged. '_______ MAY LIMIT DOCTORS TO 100 PRESCRIPTIONS FOR LIQUOR family arc likewise ar.xlous to stnlc'ball given al Buckingham Palace j I Jh honor of the signing o[ peace andjt RECITAL triumph of the" allies, and His' I Majesty bas promised Iliai Ihls mailer shall hnvo Ills mosl' careful consider- ation. The Queen of Spain, as now ar- ranged, will arrive In Knpland shortly, and will stay lirst of al Tito tolloiviiiE recllal-proEram will hn by a few of, Ih'c'Junlor srado pupils of l.eo M.Vtop'lnbs ncxl Mon- day aflernoon at on tho lawn ihc residence of Mr. Coombs, 11C ends oC tbc cordialjy lin- ed to attend: Duet, "Under tbe Mistletoe" (Engle- Stella Goldstein nnd. Arlio veil. Ball" Mattie -Musical Alphabet" and "ComlnE irougn.lhe live." Osborne Guesl. "Peep o' Day'' Gladys Orcen lly "Bludy iu O" Ilujolf Alex "Alieero Animaio" (Ix: Couppey) f'heoilora Ostlunii. Uuv lirldge'" (Frlml) Inart "Corne, Hear DorothyjMn I S. The parents anil BARGAI AT SIMPSON These Values Should Bring Out A Big Crowd .Mazurka (Spalding) very wilh Princess Ueatrice al'Kcnslnguin Pal ace and afterwards- at Carlsbnxrte Castle, In the Isle -.ol- v.'islil, flmo pbrmll. Her Majesty has made an escellenl recovery; from her recent operation, which was rather more st cro than generally understood, nd now bopes to taXi n thorough rcsl vhile she 15 in England. Owing to Uie reslless condition of Spain al tbe (resent lime, tbe- Kins will .not be able to accompany. Queen Una on Inls and ii hlchly, 1m- that be -will come lo Mom" Jlable and at all this year.-, While she Is n- EiJEland the Queen ol Spain will Say. a visil to ibo 3uscnie-al Farnhoroujh, who ce.6- b'ralcd her 93rd birthday recently. But Her Majesty will npl undertake any b'ubltc duties of any: character while she Is in naturally dine Ki 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH KDMO.XTON, limit ol 100 liquor prescriptions .a week from any one. physician has been Rdl by the nltorncy eeneraf, pendlnj. defmiU ruling lo thnl effect Irom llio council. Under Ihe new scheme of serially .'niimherc'l prescriptions, the doctors aro required their prescrlp lion book stubs lo thc.dcparlmenl, nnd since the now scheme has been In op- eration for only about two weeks com pnrativcly few-returns baye yet been made In some of Ibeso cases, how- ever, the blanks hare been used up to nidi an eilent and with such raplillly IhnT. tho deparlmoiit has found 11 de- sirable lo sel a limit upon the num- ber of prescriptions that will be ac- cepted as leEltimale.. amorc. 'Early fann. "Dolly's 7 'Interriieizq. froni anna Emma oach'er. "A Ijo. 65 (Ujesch Lottie Scarle. The Hnnl" Ethel Thorn. 'Sonnllna in F- Anna Ostlund. "F'lyi'iiB Doves.'- duel Wrljiit with teachcr- "Mlnuel in C" Clara Scarle. "Pearl Waltz" Nellie Hunter. "PlcadlrtE Child." duett Lj'da and Ethel Peterson. "Valse. I'clite" Lloyci W'orkman. Alwln Alexander. "Vnlse Xo. Doris Strode. "In May" Orilssa Green. "Pixie's Goodnlfihl Song" Bessie ai ,___ .._ and on one or two occasions before flic returns tt> >ladrill. i Marrh Arlle LoyctlV "Quaker So'.ni" 'In costume, Doro- Ihea uurgan. Jocelyn lomma Oree'n. "Valso'' Stella Coldslem "Krollc. In.-Ihe Woods" (Crosby) Dorothea" Uurgnnf "jUlorables Tourmenls" (barthola j and Enrico Elsie Uatc- "Ln PrJnccssa" .ilerucr "Coil.Save the UeEsle 1-ovcr and leachcr. The pupils ol. 3lrs. J. .H. Kennrd will also riarlioipalc. At Hie. close o Ihc recital a llllle parly Is arrange lor tho children. NEW CREAM PRICES On and ailcr June 18th we will pay the follow-' ing for No. 1 60c per bulte'r' fat No. 2 iwett.............. SOc per butter fat fj0. 1 jour............... 44c fat .No. 2 wur bufter fat CRYStALiDAIRY> LIMITED Phone 1576. PARIS, E07crnmenl.'3 opposition' 1o the Wll applying the oljriC-hour Livhlch lei to Its rejection In the chamber o( denudes anil tcsultcd in the. gen- cril alrlkiS f( "niters, Was (Ina to a la nnnonnceil. It hn> been decided ;lo ask chamber ohclcpnllci volo on lli'j-bill (niin'edlaftly. ft la expected Ibis will end Ilic slrlkc.. allhouuli Iliere ore oilier differences iniicerli- Inj wjiBcs anil working conditions wulcli arc still unsclllcil. ll-ron-, Our OT.H Cc.rreSDonrt.TO SKIKF. Juno visited by heavy- electrical orras but no rain. The wind was ery high bnl no damage done close n siji or seven miles orth a few granaries wcro Iwlsled round, roofs laken otr barn anil hlckeri coons and windshields ot ew cars smashcn. Mr. Eash lell week ago lor Washington -will not e able Ip tail anything but nieces hould he return. Their shark was sken arid completely demolished and rtlcles thnt were Inside slrewn nil iver tbe prairie. afternoon .we hatl.a real j "In, steady i.ilh very- little wliid. Thp rain went down nboul IhTCC inchel. so thai Ihe breaking j busy again. The' oulshle ot tho Skiff daled acVool Is almoal finished and U.j icrlalnly Is'a model We i from different "plates coming to visit it snd Ihe.O are guile ilelighlcd .wilh the looks of tho Mr. Hall was in lown wllh -Mr. Wi! Ijams'ycslOfday. They look a load ol lumber and olber Jhlngs to -Mr. Wi' ..-ras'.pUCC soiilli ol lown, prbrara lory'to starting farmins. Mr. Norman has relutncil from Tali The Nursing Mission Wovldu visllluK' nurses for nn- (crnlly and all medical .anil surgical ctses (except conlag- loita dlseasCT) and c.hargos ac- coidingly lo the circumstanced ol Iho patient. i .lrMoil'iers' arc InTtleil" to uriri.< tliclr babies to Hie on .afiy Wednesday. .nd'ernc'cn whei, InBirurllons rciardlnB dcneral Ihe bab; iwlll. be civoii by Inc nurfcj. kepi of your baby s A bigger and bvightei' lot oi Seasonable Mer- chandise on sale. Dress Voiles, Middy'Cloths, Suitings, Doylies, Table Cloths, Underwear, Silks, Coats, Stiits and Skirts, Sheets, Towels and Girls' Wash Skirts, MIDDY CLOTHS AND WHITE WASH SUITINGS AT 25c Heavy twills, crash iuHiug in pure while, sun- resisla clolb, iiique. near lineu anil-vhile strips muslins; width (rom 27 lo 3-1 inches wide; every plcce wcrth double this price. On sale ,OC- Saturday al per yard.............-..... 36 INCH TUSSAH SILK 89c Suilalilc Tor dresses, iiiiddlea, sleeveless coatft nnd Ehatlc.1' of grey, pink, rose and Copenhagen blue; on sale Salurdoy. al yarJ 3C. inch llabuti Taffcla in all shades such as rose-, green, lielio, sky, flesh, clay, cirdlaal, ic- Tnou, nnd Ivory; useful .grade cj for miudies anil dresses; regular -a 1 n .Saturday' per yard .-56 INCH FINE FANCY VOILES v. 49c 30 'and 40 inch fancy cotton rtress voiles floral designs in shades of-pink, b.hic and trccn, 1 would' be confidercil cood valiio n't S5c; On sale Saturday at iicr yard HemtnetJ Sheets S1.49 sliecls; re- gular _ 1 Saturday Battenburg Centres 39c IS inch sUe cenlrcs, Uatten- .burg and drawn work; regular C5ci' on 'sale Saturday TQ each Crocheted Doylies IZ3S lit. a lo inch size, fancy crochet patterns, scalloped and edges; all IQj. Saturday each Sweater Wools for Home Knitting 65c All colors, Eolt double yarn; 2 dunces for Ladies' Motor Hals Tweed waterproof mobr liiils in a geod o( Trlco each ItDll Big Prices Reduc- tions on SATURDAY Linen Huck Towels per pair nienr-hrtl linc.n buck ISiJC Inches, hcnislilcbed ends. daniSsk a splendid. '7 hand .loWcl; snEclal Sntiirday 'pcr.fialf" Damask Table Clolhs 2 yards long in bleached da- mask, floral design, hemmed 'ready (or use; .Salur- 'O 1 C dny eacli Girls' Wash Duck Skirts Girls' Ekir'ts ol navy ilticli or, while twill, made on belt ot self, plcalcrt, sizes S'to'l fkfk 13 years; a snap al... li.UU Women's Cotton Hosiery niaeh only in heavy qualify Ibat will give ..good wear: a smooth scanilCHS (ool per pair )3oys' Sumirfer Union Suits Fine quality., balbrlEEan suits, kne all ehorl sleeve niid knee length; ihc dxtdtd'-linii', sizes; per Euil FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH.