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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920 TIE LETHBIUD0E DAILY KURAVD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI 't o Thursday evening, July IBL JIgr. Kll boru of the Cannoneer's Jazz Orches- tra has been busying himself in set- ting stage for the big dance and declares the rearrangement ts not only unique, but delightfully satisfy- ing. The orchestra will be centrally placed and the program to be rendered will embody tho latest aud jaizlcst of t'liicn. Tho dance this .week will lie on Thursday night. July 1st, iu order that holiday dance lovers may indulge bat hereafter thoriV'ecVly dance will bp held ou Wednesday evening. Croat s.nccess is to'uttend the Ice cream and strawberry social being glvcii ut the experimental-.farm ou.Wednesday under tho auspkea ot W. A. fo tho Y. M. c. A. Elaborate -.'preparation made for tho' Quests wto will-bo byj PERSONAL L. R Uosse and tanlly leave shortly to join Mr. Dosse iu rcel- itenco at Pcnticton, B. 0. Mrs. J. Wightroin .expects to leave Lcthbridgo July ISlli, to sail On' the July for Stra.- Harvey, Cth Avo.'s.. Is icaviag to i'tsit her old lioine in Newark, X. J. Mrs. Harvey will visit friends at Oshkosb, Bask., en route. _ lialnes. ot Cowlcy, were week end visitors .III the city. Mifs Tolland, who has been teaclr lag in rcriiie, bag enrolled aa a sum- mer pupil for a buBlucss course at Coibutt College. Harold Jackson, of Piachor Creek, who has patient at the Van Il-aarlcm hospital for some lime; has returned to his iioir.e. I-Ycd Kiug was appointed sup- erintendent of tte United Sundiy Bchcol yesterday.' Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresford" tare from the at inter- M.r. and if snent rack In Thursday ana list'.-.v Barons. Jack Slavert'fpciit the wosk end in Calgary. Miss has'returned tome -trpm summer Vacation. Mr. and Ijepard, of ircro week end visitors in the city. ,j' The.-many friends' of Mtas K. Tay- lor, who. recently .sustained serious injuries, t broil sb being thrown. a vehicle (n- the' district; vals at'lb minutes aftef 6.30 ttcketsr free of Harper's brcheslra will be present and will render an 'ultiracljre dance- program, With promising weathtr u largo number have signified theft-Jo- .enlion of attending. Tickets are available Jrom tlie Y. M. C. A. and mcmbefs-of tho Women's Auxiliary to the Y. M. 0. A. jThoso. disposing .of these are re- quosledHo phono M- make returns to Mrs. Meeth not than Thursday evening in order ..that. -'neeonril of sales may be- made as quickiy is pos- f-ibla. Jliss Helena Simpson- .entertained during the lets hour ;on -Bijurday la courtesy to Miss Ada 'MiffrasV -i The respoasa of tie citizens appeal ot taggers on Saturday; '-'was tjuly magnificent. Kor die suets' of this undertaking, tlie indefatigable zei'l -and splendid organizing ability of the workers aid the popularity' .of ..the causo. Complete satisfaction has been where slic- lias been Rlatl to-kn'ow Elio.Is progressing'js1 favorably bo-expected. Jliss Taylor's ribs on one side wore broken. Miss Ombra Uiis mornllis for -Vancouver" where' she will' spend the Fummer with licr aunt, Sirs. Rob- ert Hay. She will bo tho guest of MacniillaD, Calgary, ell route.- -'Miss Nan Dtnoon lias returned troinj Reliance where the JIIM! a school1 arid will spend the.summer vacation with her'parents, Itev. nnd Mrs. A. II. Denoon. Miss Gouldle, who lias been residing in Barons foj- the'-past two years, Is now staying; ot her homo here. Rev. Curtis.tleare on Wed- nes'lay for-'Calgary to" attend the pro; vinclal .convention- of Christian Church being held in lliiit cjty from July 1st to July-1th. r- VI. for ''summer school opens aVthft UnlycrgRy ot AJ- berla on pouring in. Al- ready over four hundred teachers from all over tho'province have registered. ft larger ihau on prev- ious year. 6 r.- 'SOCIAL" Dancers will bo delighted to learn that the floor fn thu main pavilion, ex- hibition building, fair grounds, has been completely remodelled for the by the committee in chcrse whose, to ail assisted in realizing the suai col ieck'd. .Many friends-enjoyed-a social'hour with Mrs, l.-li. Murray, who recoiycd for the last timo in this city. 'Satur- day evening, ct the home ot her dRughtcr, Mrs. Mtswcll, 1212 7th Ave. Healthy teeth cannot live Ln dktastd 'tissue. Gums tainted Pyorrhta are dangerouslyfjiseased. For not only the teeth are affected, but Pyorrhsa germs seep into the body, lower its vitality arid cause man ills. Pvorrhea begins1 fcith and bleeding Then the gums recede, teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the system of Uic poisonous gefiES that breed ia pockets about than. Four out of five people over forty hive this disease.- But .vca nscd not have it. Visit your dentil cftcn for 'tooth and gum inspection. And keep Pyctthea away by using I-'orhan's For tie FwivD n's Foi- Tlie Guns Trii! prevent check- its HEW! in time and used consistently. Ordinary dintilrices cannot do this. Forhan's keeps the gums hard and healthy, fie teeth white and ckan. If you have trailer start uting it tcday. If tosalrcady at in, use 'Forhan's scccrd- inj to directions, and consult a dentist 35c and 60c- tube_s in Canada and U. S. If your druggist catnxjt suoply you, send price to .us direct and we will mail lube postpaid. FORHAX'S; LTD., AH EXQUISITE NEGLIGEE OF GEORGETTE, SATIN AND LACE The fashioning of a nesliges per- mits the most beautiful blending ot colors and fabrics. This model is helpful and encouraging, lowing great made on a foundation ot. flesh-colored jmcrc3t in the work among the ladies georgette veiled with pale bluu. in of Ah increase of over Ins front !i is cat straight across und finished with .a .bau'il.of lace. -I'roia beneath'this point Iho blue georgette was this year In Alberta alone Tlie one thing, to be. deplored, how ever, June obligations have been entered Into by Great "Bri- .aia to give assistance to tho Greeks in their operations against the Turk-, ish Nationalists. Premier IJoyd Georgo stated ia the house oj com-1 mons today. i The premier declare.l that thn .ionalist army was as a} corabaitatt army, subpect to laws j lvar- I Grseks.Land at LONDON. Juno Greeks lave landed a force fat'Fandemla on tne south coast of ihe'Sea of Mar- mora, according to a dispatch to tho Evening Telegraph from ople. .This force is Intended to oper- ate southward against, the Xatiorialisi forces ot nortbeast of The Store of x Quality Groceries Soda Paulia's, about packets 90c Dutch Tea Rusks, per 22c Puffed Wheat, Quaker, per 15c Puffed Rice, 2 packets for................. 35c Hudson Bay Special Bulk Tea, 2 Ibs. for Prepared Coffee, George Washington, small size tins, 3Sc; lar'ge size.........................65c Green Tea, Empress brand 1 Ib. packet, each..... 65c PHONES 313 and 1513 Plan- Whereby Paper Factories Would Be CbntroIIed'May Be Dropped. OTTAWA, June 2S. (Canadian It is understood that an agreement is likely to be reached which may have tho effect of bringing about the withdrawal of the govern- ment resolution giving the governor- In-councfl power to control exports of foodstuffs or necessaries from Can- ada; The measure was referred to a falls in Innumerable folds Tho yollh ,vcaien nro ot ihe MM opportunity preVcnted to them m oichid co or, but I is col area and d and bound with hyacinth MUG satiu. Trail- ing far beyond the skirt, it Is finished willi a very jay blvo tassel. Tiio love- and.nurses. [0 .The call is ufsent.ahd the work is lisips a. real .EC-rvice for tie .one which He demands. H she liar, every reason to be proud, Has been tho Civic Club's' evening swim- ming classes for ladies' at tho Y. SL C. A. Jlrs. Holt has been in charge of these evening classes ever aiuce Micy by) the Qlub In M is liopcd Uiat coming year many.may offer- themselves. The 29tli, will be held .it-tlio Mrs.' rjrandow, aiid- after a, ing til iiicnlc ph the-lawn. Alf laa'les arVasked to.'ktep this date opea. 1915. U takes keep up a worKVot for Dozens' Indies have' b'e'en taught., to ENGAGEMENTS Mrs." telephone number 381, as con1 the committee......_ .._......__ tinlou picnic to be held on Thursday, has bacn nrided to the funtl.s. i HI Ho, to me Y. M. during this -.ivwuiicna mait-i, .venor of in return for ihe nrlvllege ot using' Miss Agnes MrDonell.of: this city to for tho tho pool one day n'wcek, and 5185.EO j !'.lr- John AnpiR IRnpnajn.- Tho msr- July 1st, wishes it understood that each parent is expected to send a bas- ket with the- children. Sandwiches, cakes and tarts are acceptable and it la desired that thsrc should be an abundance of food.-for-the 'enjoyment- Mrs. Holt. cxpress-cd her regret at leaving her friends and her .work which she really loved anil thanked the members (or their parting gift. The ladies then adjourned to the din- ing room where delicious' refresh- of those present. This Is assured Ifiincuts were served from a table pro- fusely decorated in the Club colors of green and bteck. eacli attendant does bis or' her part. On Friday evening last the Women's Civic Club hold o special meeting nl the home of their president, Mrs. a shir.tTraist ciancc tomorrow The C. P. U. Social Club will euler- July. to take place the latter part of c- ___.__-, to.bid to two of their oldest members who are leaving tho 'r-.ltJY'Mrs J. Ii. Murray and Mrs. W. II. Holt. Uoth ladies presented .with bouquets of roses and In recognition of the special services of Mrs. Holt, evening hall.when a! and altontlance ot employes ia expected. A very ex- coUent prosrnni of dance music is promised by thn orchestra secured. On Thursday eveisinc of last week CHURCHES AND .SOCIETIES i .-..Collectors for the N.urslng Mission ere reminded of the regular meetiug. Monday, Jnly otli. Anyone to collect before that dato kindly notify 'h'o cdmmlitCQ (phorio'-C95 or house and an js expected to be made before the ses- sion ends. BRITISHER WINS WIMBLEDON, Juno Norrls Williams ot Boston, was defeated today in the British, lawn tenny sin glos champtonsnip by Thco. dato, of the British Davis eup team. FOUR DROWNED IN REVELSTOKE ACCIDENT TIBVELST.OKB. B.C., June lives were lost Sun- day night as tho result of a drowning accident In lac Co- lumbia here. i.The dea4 are Walter. Nelsfe, Bella Luusihton. Muriel .Arm- strong. 18. and Marjorie Se- land, 14, alt well-known young people of this city. It isi pre- sumed that the occupants of the boat attempted to row over the crest- of the old government dam and that tho boat swerved broadside ou and overturned. The bodies have not as yet been recovered. 560 SET AS TAXABLE PRICE ON MEN'S MADE- TO-MEASURE SUITS OTTAWA, June Canadian clothlcs made.to meas- ure Is not taxable at a lower prlca than sizty dollars for a suit or over- coat under a new ruling the min- ister of island revenue today. This tax is retroactive to June 17 oh'cloth- lug at the samo prices' charged for ready-to-wear factory goods.. Tho ab- ence a distinction between the two on taxable prices therefore w-ork- cd a hardship on tailors and' the gov- ernment accordingly made a new basis of taxation for tailored clothes. -The tax on ready-to-wear men's clolhiHg Is 15 per Xent. ct tho pur- chase price in excess of Ou made-to-meaeure suits or overcoats the tax will be 15 per cent, on the purchase price in excess of 360.00. Samuel Hadesman, Chicago', .Tfh sale grocer, was sentenced (o six months for contempt of court atte'r'he admitted intimidating fellow-Jurors in a murder trial by telling'them ho was a prize fighter. I Notice to Parents of Boys Please take j notice that .boys 16- years NOt .IN, V-.M.C. 'to. A FT E R 8; f.. tyi Hing-.tirider this 'E -bofore nine'EO lie to- .comply -wfti :the 'byjawi she was given a beautiful little-brooch] Uio W. M. S. of Wesley Church nicl by the club. Miss Bnwden roade the homo o'-Bev. and Mrs. Cragg. presentation with a few remarks concering Mrs.. Holt's work for the Civic Club and for every good causo In the city. WMIo.Mrs. Holt has held tho office of secretary for var- ious years, tho work to which she big .jazz dance.being given there been most devoted, and of which After the discussion of unich business It was decided ta hold meetings, ad J usual throush the summer months: I Miss Lewis, delegate from Wesley] W.M.S., then gave thn report of the! Provincial Convention which was hold at Edmonton. This report was very (n Cbuicbea like the you? Then why not get the best! POSTlOASTIB: have a flavor, substance and general satisfaction to appetite which mark them as distinctly superior among corn flakes. There is no waste to Postlbasties. They do not cruirible in the package nor do they mush down when .milk, cream or fruit juice is added. Try these marvelous corn flakes but be sure to specify Postlbasties by name. Made in Canada Cereal Ontario. Knox union picnic on Thursday. Cars-leave the church at 11.30 a.m. Each parent is expected jfo send their lasket with the children. Sandwiches, cakes and tarts desired. Tlie services of next Sunday will com- mence the summer of. interchanged pulpits. Morning service In Wesley. Evening service in Knox. Christian Science Society Hull block, srouml floor. Weekh- testimony mpollng. Wednesday cveith.s. Christian T.SO to S.oO. Choir practice followed by iraycr service. to provincial convention of tho eliurch being con- ducted in Calgary, tlio. church had to withdraw from parlaking In the Un- ited picnic. United Scouts at usual'hour, 7.150. Wednesday, ,praycr meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday, picnic at fair grounds, meeting at 12 o'clock as P8f notice. Choir practise as usual. Wesley 7.30 p.m.: all girls propislnj; going to ctunp meet In the parlor tonight. Tuesday, p.m.: Special meeting of Iho Trus- tee Hoard. Tuesday, 3.15 p.m.: Meeting of the Pino Organ committee. Wed. ucsday, S p.m.: Mid-week services. Tlio Ladles' Aid will be withdrawn on account of the picnic but tho members of-lho church anil Sunday school are urgently retnicp.tcd'to turn out in large numbers to the picnic on the fair grounds. MANY COOLIES TO CUBA VANCOUVER, U.C., June couver is the port of entry for a new Influx of Chinese laborers to tho west- era hemisphere with Cuba as their destination. Beginning to take rn bis firoporlions Ibis spring, the migration has brought many hundreds of coolies through this port In the past few months ami the number booked for the remainder ci the eumnior runs into the thousands. Capt. Charles H. Taylor, well known in Alberta, lias resjgncd as assistant- director of the Alberta unit of the de- parlment of re-establish, laeut, With effect Jun.c 30. Packefejof VWIUKIU MORE FLIES THAN SSgO-OwGRTH OF ANY Clean to handle. Sold by aU Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Make good staves and Cooking utensils. When you eat let it be the WAGSTAFFE1S Seville _ Orange Marmalade BIG SAVINGS All Week "IN CLARKE'S QNE-WIRD OFF GARMENT SAM, END-OF-THE SEASON SALE AND QUICK DIS- POSAL SALE of all YARD GOODS, Stocks in every department offer their most enticing values and the great majority of these can be bought here during this sale at actually less than their present re- placement values. Lethbridge ;