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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 30. Tim LETHBH1DGE nAH.Y. HERALD PAGE ELEVEN-' PHONE Ittt o DOMINION DAY DANCE Every effort is'belhg made by tv.o L. A. A. A. to make tomorrow's pcico celebrations an ciiliio Euccesj. Tho presUc-nt Mr. II. J. II. Skciih is spar- ing on efforts tu iml'.B this Ptsce Day for Iho aud district Ugll In local PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. P. W.. Downer and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Home molored to Glac- ier National Park-yeslerday to spend Boniinlou In tho mountains. I TTie Her. C. E. Cragg and Mrs. Crags .accompanied by Mrs. Stone- Sllis Craje of Calgary, sisters of the Her. Crasg. are leaving loday by motor for the western coast, where they will spend the mouth of July. Mrs. O. .F. Uletcher and children and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Layton and daughter are motor visitors to "Water- ton Lakes over the holidays. CnpL W. F. Muncastor, C. F. re- cently home from France, returned to Calgary last night after conducting tbe Sunday services at Knox church. Miss Birch, principal c? school is spending her Windsor, Ont. Mrs" A. C. Radii-ill and children ara leaving their home in tho city shortly to spend the summer on 'heir farm north ot Coaldalu. t Dr. Marcus Diinsworth of Edmon- ton is spending Dominion Day In the city. a Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Maithews are rejoicing over the arrival of a son. Miss Buchanan of the Central school staff leaves today lor Vancou- ver to rguialn for the summer vaca- tion. Mrs. B. P. er Huth left last 'night for Calgary.' Mr. Tuson will join them Ihere today to attend the Calgary exhibition. Miss Elderkln is spending the sum- mer vacation at tho coast. Mrs. D. J. Hay spent the week end with Mrs. John Taylor at tho Taylor farm. j i Miss Sadie Smith of the city school Blair left Ihe end the week for Brithe, Ont., where lo the Her- Mr. Hawkins will le cele- brated on July 10. Miss Myrtle Gonlin of Roglna, form- erly of this city, arrived this after- noon to bo the of Miss Cam- aron, Hull Block, for few days. Mrs. n. Bartle an'l. little son Ted ol 3th 'St. arc leaving today to spend the summer at Nelson, B.C. kotoke chapter I. O. D. II. arc uo-iliiig a graoJ Dominion Day dance; iu l'io main tiliiWtion building from nine in Ibo evcuius until two. prom- fees to be o! v.-lue interest In all soc- ial circles of Ihc city and is under the of Urig. Hen. J. S. Slew- art, C.M.O., U.S.O.. ami Mrs. Stewart. Judge and Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Mayot and Mrs. D. I.. Hardie, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. SunV P. W. nofather, H N'.W.M P.. C. C. Me- Klmile 1'rea. C.W.V.A.. Mrs. Starnes, Itegent_Mrs. G. >W- Robinson. Hon. Regent, Girl's chapter I. 0. D. E. 1 The ticket inclujcs (lie lunch '.which wi'll be served by the young ladles of the chapter. Ucfroi'nraenta and ice cresm b'oolns will ho arranged a special orchestra will lurnlEU FLOV.'ERS ON CRAVES V j C- 5.C03 Children Pay Tribute To Efcad Canadians. LONDON'. Juno Tho cerrm'-ny of placing flowers on the graves of Canadian soldiers burled in ShoriictlUe cemetery was liehl Ibis fivo thousand school! jcliildien from Folkestone and olhcr 1 Aspects arrj much improved. It CAIXJAKV, .luue rains places paid tribute of affection to the regular showers for (n fome porllons ot Alberta and j Folkestone, tho deputy Mayor, liev. J. I c. Carlisle. D.D., iirig.-Gf nerel 1'erd- !YI'.I, C.Ii.. U.S.O., commanding the gtir- rison, and Col. Scott, Canadian A. B. C., '.vere present. PRINCE AWIEIIT, sask., June Heavy ralr.s fell over this d'strkl Fri- day and last uifihl. and an a result tron' prospects arrj much improved. It will require regular showers for two weeks yet to assure a lair crop. Hal rain two weeks earlier a bump- er crop would havo been assured but lover this district Krivlay night. The daughter of A. II. Williams, who lives near the lake, killed. In tho town, the s'.rects were clut- tered with dibrls; telephone poles are down, the livery barn it a wreck rml (lie Churc-h of England was turned up- side down. From tho country aroyivl numerous es of damage are rvi'Drteil, s o'.her buildlnss liaviiiK been shattered. The Juiuage trora hail is light and confined to a narrow strip. Light Rains in Alberta CAIXJAKV, .luuo 30 rains points rent where tween between Walsh and Siv-It Cur nd Sceptre aiU Swift Current. it rained for varying periods be four and seven hours ia du.--.i lor BastaU'hc'.van yesterday. Cur- rent being Ibo uio.-t favored, there was a rainfall for cr crop would tiavo oeen uin jn Aluerta tuere was a ruiuLdii iui at a great deal ot wheat hour between Cluny and Uleichen be very short and light. and 'about 30 minutes rain at Med- Tho Admiralty Prize Court at Hall- fax ordered the German money found on Count von Uaburg to be turned over to the. Government. ,3. fj. ff p CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i The Ladles Aid' v.'lll meet on Wed- nesday at 3 o'clock in the parlor ol Wesley church. The Thistle "So-A-ins Circle will raeet with Mrs. Dousali. OiO 12th-A. north on Wednesday afternoon. u, in tbe Churches Fair SASKATOON1. Bask., June light drlule fell here last midnight. Saturday morning's rain was .88 inch, preceding 21 hours .96 Inch. It Is stated by crop experts who have ex- amined wheat Iu this district that tho yield cannot be expected to reach the average as tbe heads has already tormed. About 12 bushels an acre is predicted. Rain at Moose Jaw ,MOOSE JAW, Sask., June Copious and much needed rain fell throughout this district on Saturday and Sunday evenings. In some dis- tricts tbe crops were badly burned by the recent hot winds and it is not known yet whether tho rain ol the last two days will have the desired effect. It is felt locally, however, lhat in some areas the crops will recover, while in others It is very doubtful. One Killed in Storm Q1UIA, LAKE, Sask., Juae death and several Injured is tbe toll .Of'a alsastious storm which passed Iclne Hat. The hoariest rain reported was a'. I'ustiing Hills Others To He Stood Over Till Fall Session CK-an io handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores OTTAWA, June tbe me of autumn session maV.QE it possible to! leave over considerable legislation) on the order paper, it necessary.: but as much as possible1 will be dis- posed of this week. I Supplementary estimates for the current fiscal year will probably be tabled tomorrow by Sir Thomas White. They are expected to run into a good many millions, because they cover amons oilier th'.nss the eifra amounts required for pensions under the new rates established in the pension bill now before the house, Edgar Spuigcon, Fusilier district, Rcglna, committed suicide by hanging himself with a halter. BIG FIRE IN NORFOLK TOBACCO NORFOLK, Va.. June firemen have been killed and tobacco, sail by officials to be worth a million dollars, so far has burned in a fira which threatens to destroy a-ware- house hero, cf the Imperial Tobacco company. The building and contents are valued at SIlss her lion' on the city school staff and re- turned lo ber horae In Maytutle. Christian C." W. B. M. meet at tho home ot the pastor on, Wednesday at 2.30. I'raver meeting Mrs. C. S. Farrow', leader. Choir prac-1 tlce on Thursday night. Wesley July 2' Ladles' Aid Society at 3 "p.m. ladies parlor, every laay ot the con-: Eresation invited. Thursday at S p.m., weekly: prayer and praise service, j Friday, S. p.m.. choir rhearsal. St. Mary's following organizations of Si. Mary's church, North Lelhbridge will meet this week, i Girl Guides on Monday 8 p.m. Boy i Scouta on Wednesday' at 7.30 p.m. Choir practice on Friday .at 8 .p.m. Members ol the congregation are wel- at the practice.. FORMER RUMANIAN .PREMIER IS DEAD _____ JASSY, Roumpnla, Mr. Carp, who resigned, as premier in ApriL was leader of the Conser- vative party In Tloumania. He was a member of tbe anti-war party ol Rou- the guests of Mrs. J.'Johns.tone the summer. Ferdinand Le Hianc, 18 years old, of M-s H Francis lit ycrterday for "jlonotpn. X.11-, was found drowned in Winnipeg' lo visit relatives and attend IS inches of wirte- in a cellar m which family reunion. was The Sale this, year unusual savings. Think of buying son Merchandise at the beginning of the Summer Jar surpassed our expedations. Wednesday- we aim to make a record day. season, L learaBce IB learamice In Dry THE 'is aa job for mending -of aImjken; stomach is a jdb-ihai.- calls for tke intelli- itent. eifooci Shredded--IMitiat Biscuit berrier, or otKer fresK fruits isacorobmalion that agrees witk the most delicate stomach. The tasty crispness and goodness of the baked-whole blends deliriously wih all kinds of fruits. A NOVELTY SILK SPORT'SKIRTS; a big snap in skirts made of. pretty striped Eiiks, black taffeta and while vpash satin fashioned on straight lines, with fancy pockets, chic hells and buttons; o QC Values to 514.SO; Sale ALL OUR CHILDREN'S .COATS'in covert tweeds, serges and silks, all going at .........tfALF PRICE LADlEi' WHITE, AND BLACK i'WHITE STRIPES sizes 38; splendid snap; regular 5LoO; SaWPrice BUNGALOW APRONS in all sizes; dark and QO_ light prinls; full size; 51.25 for'.............. 3JV CORSETS-rA gooil get a snap in Corsets; La'Diya and Moda' front lacos; o values to' JS.60; Special Sale.Prfes_.'.........-J.3O CHILDREN'S CREAM SERGE COATS .with trim- -ming of silk braid; sizes 3 and 4 QQ Regular for MEN'S SILK. SHIRTS made with collar attached, in white and pongee; all sizes; regular o QC July Clearance BOYS' OVERALLS; made in a goon weight; -1 nft plain blue; sizes 20 to 26; regular 51.25 l.UU Sizes 27 to 31; regular S1.50 LITTLE GIRLS' Sizes 3 to 5; special MEN'S FINE SWISS SILK TIES; regular, shapes; beautiful patterns; reg. }1.25; clearance MEN'S SUMMER COMBINATION B. V. D.Nityle; all QOP Special..................- MEN'S BALDRIGGAN COK3INATION UNDER- WEAR in white nna natural; regulsr All July I Peanut Butter, Snuirrel 15 pound tin; each.................... Peanut' Butter, Is; S3Utr.rel Price each Horse, Radish; Per bottle Soap, Fairy-- 3 cakes" Washing Powder; Golden 3s, per Old Duich 3 ting Rolled Cats In Price c.'i Tollcl Soap 6 for Oranges, per 35C, BOc onil SECOND FLOOR .........WINDOW SHADES In plain green and combination. Size 37 inches; regular RQc Sale prica Hegular H.35; sale Regular 11.76; sale price............. M Size tachea; (2.10-, price Hegnlar J2.50; tale price Size 47V4 Inches; regular Sale price Regular fj.35; sale price ...I......... Size W Inches; regular J3.00-- Sale price............................. Regular ?3.75; sale prleo 1.75 12.10 2.10 2.50 LADIES' WHITE SILK LISLE HOSE; very fine comes iii 814, 9, only; full fashioned, rib- bed top; regular pnco C5c July Clearance Sale, pair f-.............-- PURE WHITE inches '-ivide, very durahhvold value at SOc SD yards only to C-t July Clarence Sale, jard ._. HEMMEO SHFr.TS; 73 by 00 Inches; good hold quality; washes up well; a tew pairs only; regu- jar price f 3 50 2 July Cleaiance, pair QREY COTTON inches wide; vc-ry. heuvyT for'lasting wear, -vill toon bleach; enra- o-y ordinary >aluo at .'Co jard, .luly Clearance, yd U I IRISH RUNNERS AND SQUARES; nicely embroil .ereit nquarcs s6i36; regular price ?1 QO- july 'Clearance Sale, each Runners 17x54; July Clearance Sale, cnch >vv IRISH EMBROIDERED PILLOWSLIPS; beautiful goods, 36x42 inches; worth today pair; o XQ Jiily Clearance Sale, pair TABLE CLOTHS; these come in red and green; tapeslr) with fringe; size 5Sx60 Inches; regu- lar price ?2 05 2.49 July Clearance Price, each HONEY COMB TOWELS; 39x19 inches; with eauV very useful tor so many purposes. Beg. price 76c pair, July Clearance price, pair..... 'WHITE BEDSPREADS-AH our white to regular are greatly reduced. You Sid not mles this opportunity o! re slortIng These eoods are sllll at tho high water mark and at Ae prices offercil by us are -real bargains. CREPE DE CHINE CAMlSOLt BANDlNfi in cxnul- Blte deigns; In flesh pink only v.llh fine point Regular price J175 1.49 July Clearance Sale, Old Brown fo'rU THE FIRM FC Just arrived a large sriipment of Union Jacks and Canadian Ensigns made up of the best British all wool bunting; sizes yards to 3 yartk to Hoist your Flag tomorrow and celebrate ihe greatest day in history.. LADIES' QREV KID BALS with poplin tops and French heels; regular 1600- A Qg Special per pair ...J.....................f LADIES' BLACK KID, S inch tor, Goodyear .welt, with French heels, regular ?9 50- Special per LADIES' OKE STRAP KID' SUPPERS- 2.18 Cuban heel; regular Special........... Watch for the storo not advertised here. Pleaee remember, thli tlore will be open tH 4iy on Wednesday. ;