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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 'I'm. I.KTJJHIUDUK DAILl PAGF, FIITKFA' MILADI Mrs, K. Smford, who i lliH Queeo'd for a few to Hamihoy. Mrs, il Irow to iwemy-oiiL- '1.01-111 Comu-il furlbor .11 4rt. C. K- Mcdlmrsl, who of her sister. Kinil SUV, :Uio week, returned luday to lier A- ivirp was 'received on Muuda> [iO'n I.iout, F. lha( Iio Imd ifj'rivt'il iir Quebec on way rnd'wil] arrive In ihla'tUy slrorlly. Alr.s. T. R. and ot Co.ilhurst arc few t'.iys ii: ijiii! tilv with ilii1 former's pioliier, Alex. .McCuCdusb.: j MJI JohnsUn anrt HU> iV-ini-b- UTiAiiiui were In I-ir ti few dajj" i CuJtJry Mr. ami .Mrs. It. liavirUon Iiwvej up thniv rcpKcncc nt UoS 4ili AVI-; Mjutb, tlic home of JnclRr uml Jmkson, who nve spending iurjjncr jji the cusl. A'vcry ilellshlful social betd at Xorninl school las! cvMiliig br .--lU'lcnls who will compleio their rx- aniipntions ihin morning. This marks of llic spring lerni, after whifJi (he uiipMs uiJl be dlspcrslnu (o various [ir.rts of ilio province, many of llicm having taken summer SANS SOUCI CLUB Thi! members or the .Sans Sour: riiii urUiighiG a series of fum- fuer dajices io be held iu Harper's hall- Tho fir.it ol iho series will Li Kililo May maker hn-ame 'he hritlc.- o( William Uunlng. MJM t'hrU- i Una Uniting ailed as her slater's tho brill e being given lawny by her father. Tbc fcrooru, Mr. 1 .Miller, ivas supported ty.Mr. An- having been Invalided hoim- Troin v v ff v v v WILSON FATHER OF GERMAN SURRENDER Ufc'KU.V. -May ttV-T'iyi HIP Fruition ot Preildt-ni la tt ticklish one. U ihu siaii.-- 1 menl of Count von Urovkdurff- Itantrau. rha'.rman ul ihu Ccr- man ptica delegation ai Vev- RilHtS, according to tbe pondenl o.' Ibi: tunfc. "for 'Mr. WLUon is ihe la'htr of our surrender, of arrnit Th'c t'WDun puoi'Ic couuled on lilm and Urilv uutle it sell tin 14 fomi.4. cuim- wtiv on ihcm." Counl van llrcrk'it.-tt- Itanicau, ai-cordius (ti tor- stories ai to dltMcnUU-s be- the ilicmbeis of die dele- and the rablner or that, iho meeting ai ;iri> sis- niricaoce. btinp net-rsB9ry be- ciuae of the faulty wlr-j coiinec- ilon between VcriailUs anJ ilerlin. LEAVE DIVISION TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS J'A It IS. May nUcuUim drawn. io (lie arrangement nlilcli Krant'e and firiiaia v.-crt; io divide iht and Togolan'l befik'cuu theun-clres wltliouL any refi-r. eut-e to Die league of nations has cauicd 3. ol tbta [ilan. an4 territorial redlstTibul'.on of these reeloas will be Lrougbi under a miD- of'ibe league ol natlona. Sield Diln ovi-ninR. al 0 M'llU-ll tllC C'lUU lu their Ot Hie i ouplf. the bride, Miss jojrupyed from En- vii'ua sa :ai'iialion i lo lliccl w 4 c- SOCIAL The cliolr will not pranlce huskmnd-tO'liQ here. bride was attended by Miss Miller -iml was gii'cu away by u friend. Tho Kroom. Wm Llnnlng is ivcll known in rlrclon In the rity ini'l is ;L vcicrjn now employed iu (he postal here. Kcv. A. II. Urnoon oiTiL-ialed. lliore I'.idiiiK sonic oJKhly friends of the bridal Louplcs [ircseut to ivish (Item Jonj; v 0 delay in some measure anuounfc- rucnl of the nominees il ajijieartd lo Ihc faireat ami most L-xpcillUou-s J- inethod of delerniining who should rcurcaeat AlberU al Oxford as JlliodeB IjrJiolara for Ihe year 1917 uud ISIS. It Is yrobaljle that Hie election of tlie scholar for will ijc made later Jn ihc year. Tho St. John's Ambulance and the First Aid Cla.ssca wJll njecl this cf ing at S o'clock. Tlic weekly meeting of St. V prtana of tlie Ctrl Guides will j "f (in held toiilshl ai the at 7.10 v RED SEAL BUT-A-PATS MRS. J. TILNEY WILL HOLD HF.R Great Reduction Sale Commencing Saturday Morning, May 31st 1919 AND CONTINUING FOR TWO WHEN SHE WILL SELL ALL HER Trimmed Hats at Half Price NO KESKKVli-COMK EARLY AND SBCURB BARGAINS 704 ROYAL BANK THIRD AVE. SOUTH RHODES SCHOLAR- SHIPS FOH ALBERTA 0. R. C. HEAD ST. J.OHS, May T. SJit-p- p'arj; Qf Caniien, N.J-, elected president of Ihe Ordtv ol llaHuay Conductors Hi tho session la'5[ night of Hie triennial convention. S. N. Derry. ol Toronto, WOE clioseii senior The annual mealing of Die Xi Miisio.i of [.cthbritlgo will be Mil in ihc Y. M. C. A. en Monday iu foiii- oVIacJc. This meenng-lK.opcn io'the pullic Hinl ii Is hoped there III be n yooil ultcmluuiV1. A feu months Munufuciurcrs Should He..Spn- Hdrd LaIjor in Farm Kitchen -I'tic women the govern- ment. as jusi a sclent o[ national remarked AJrr. Parlby, D resident ol tbe. provincial .U.FJW.A.. In addressing the JaiUihriJgc IJ [strict U.r.A.- Association this imirnlng. she read tbe artvcrllsenitnls of Ihe Canadian Manu'rvcturera- clnlion sh e take Ihe hunch a. ivcmten sti: hard ai 6 in Rh ine ihc flrc-i'iimmplnp' ibc watery ,'ciklV ling the coafciug tlic "breakfast, dinner aiifl." .stinger" over -a" in a sulirVIVliUchen; tbe r Iiuby, putt inpfjrp.lh'c.lurichts Tor; M-hool children, sweeping, knrf scrub liing. mending, milking First Informal Session :il City Sidings Next Week iKe nYM- trillion bofinl 10 deal with the Civlu Federation dispute, received u wire ago tbc llhodes s Trustees advised tlic of Selection for Alberta i lhat Hip. clcnlons o[ Ulioilos scholars' which bad Iiceu postponed during the I war would ;tow lit proceeded will) j and Hint nominations tor hie years 1'J17 and 1918 were now in oidfer. Tlic ConinriUcc reafiieJ (hat the ivas seriously com- 1 liliraicil through .1 number or inosnec- live candidates being still overseas. j The Trustees however. prevented any Further corny lit nti on with to or candidates for post- pone J scholarships 'by deciding tlml candidate who was eligible lor election in any particular year -would be deemed to. Le slill Eligible for elec- tion for (hat year, even though now beyonj (lie ujiycr liipii of eligible asje. The members of the Committee ol Selection now in Alberta met nt Gov- ernment House on Wednesday ovenj Ing last to consider the applications ol four cnmlidalc-i now In the Province, all of whom had responded to Conn try's; call some ot whom' bad rendered conspicuous service at -the front. The Committee ndjudgcxl all this rnornlng from Ihc ministry of Jilbpr Inslrucllons" Tho oard dppftrfmcdl 6 co'ihmeiice .Ufe un- til Ih'c dacuttienU rripcb (lie- cily .infor- (hn cows, making the butter: carrying lo luo pigs, Ihe calves, chick ducks, geese- Anil lurheys. driving pigs or cuttle. out of Uie soon ns U'.c AbCumcnls arrive tbe formal sittings wlH'commenco and Uic board will sit coliilnupusly All Interested should ba prei nt the Ilrsl'apaalofa.toniorrov morning. The Ten J. M. known :ill over of "Pcoiile'H fi.-vJns ilie broken fence. :md Irying to in the financing of the fari'n--'hbnie. '.Then ilicy sliould be a heliuf In tho reduction flf thortarlrf. And" If thai vas.'.iiol -Di'ibnah. 'thcy sliould be t-ciiL fjauk" for )ian'esl..juil tbryj-liing. f Mrs. I'arlhy siild ron- fiiilur the fannera'1 iKjKUcAl- tnovotnchl lind )nuch of succcaa 'unless it hail a Jilshrr Ideal Ihan Ihftt'o: the old pri'.tfcBl partiea. Tlifs ixilid'cal Is but Ihn worhJng otit of n neu .social order. It innsi make men wander how things ran go on From yfar to year... ;i llille group of nianTifacLurcrs I nml evening, while Mr. Cragg h rnn ihc iiiRTionctLes vole when tending Ihc L'onfcrenco nl Calgary. Hie wiro-pnllcrs desire lo pull the) Alter a short service pn Sunday nighl (Mr-Ings, and when their shout: nt ttic usunl liour, Mr. Wilkinson will] "No Pop try" or "No truck nor IrnOe his "Plrlnral" ort "The I-itfhl of inc Vjnftccs." jiiit: by Itflntl us sco what Viinrt of syatcnu jinlnlcd .alMca by -Newlon Co.. of V.T, n'iint lu build and then choose cAir i hundpn. which includes what la said Tenders In harmony our selected (0 be "the only true Jlketics.1 of Christ" coiitlinied Ihc president of Uir J and- romyarq it with llotiK'im'.-i United Varm Women: us H.J'I.VB >niho'iia''riiaiiiLlnRB oi Hie 5lw- In our Wnnl Ihc btillrllng Ot n new i -niis service will" Vcgln nt S30 at nint! life anil j.repAre ihc following inL. ri0sc of llic chur-jii r-pmres to bsl four applicants ivcll worlhy of election Hhodea Seltplara, butj.'nal-having j iioniiiiations. In view tradve .officers at'-, the ntTercd to co-operate with the AlbcrW L'ommLllee in making final and the'Committee acting1 iUR- dprldetl "to' IransniJI Ihc, nlicationruf iHo four candidaies with accompanying dacumenis lo the ad- mfnlstrnlive o.T-ccrs of (lie TrnsL.antl to ask lliem to confer ivilh Prcstdiinl Tory who is a mcmlcr of Ihc Alberta Committee nnrf fs still overseas so (hat tis far as possible the men slill on ac- tive service may.have equal chances with those returned. Tlioueli this will Tbe Nursery Mission Provides tfordlngly lo llhc'l of Ih'c v'v, Clinic i .v -Mothers, a any: WcdncsAdSvafternolbn instructions ,'ff padding feeding and general of (he baby will be Divert hy ihe Records fccpi .Of your baliy's weight to see- tliat ho la eatn- Phone 1233 ..423 13th St. S. Advevlisecl For Thursday Arc On Again For Saturday With new lines added, making one o! ihe slv.opgcsl attractions for the keen shop- per yet announced. In MHRSQV Hall been sec-urert by C1i.ii, vantor of tfiiirrh Io pjatc ncsl Sunday, preaching morning lu's generation lu lake Ihtir place In the oilkcnship of si'-newer nnd a teller M-iy tliroiigh a rcrolullon.'', Klin explained lliat Ihcrc'am time? one hour, On Monday Mr, will give Ills hc'aiKlfuI "I'lctonal" "The Passion Ouor A wliyn Qtoliillon htgln, ID HIOTC fBijt nliTtlc'wirnMacil In 1910. Mf. Krenk mill to revolve, so fast (he world s InininnUy jjr-is RO hoi thnl Ihnrc Is to he. an cxplosloii. gen- vrnl F-mfly If ;ire nol fiolnp to see a Iflcdircr irjlli sillies, "thnl Jl ia ihn finest-act of picliirca'.lic fiver wit- and It llic only set in Canaila. Tlicrc Is r wave of Inrtcitondcncp lahon frori Mirf -nrc dc.ilrln? n cleaner "he.ir.sals aa nn U I !tn of-polIUcs licilrr than whal ruled f1" llic Srcal IhciUrc dun iu lliryJiniKle. .Knrnmrs need lo f'lfl nrcscHtalloii. Mr. dawn r w.as. at Ihc home, or Anton 111 2 tcnlu'ry pond'of vrosross: lifting wlio iho ]iarl of the Cliri3t- us, uml wiio In's brother Artilrras, who look Ihr pnrl of Pulcr, WHS killed lUirinK tho Tvhlcli lliuy were., forc- ed lo-r-nlcr In o! Hicir wrolcsls. The play' or sacrament'pns ft a penplu l'o cnll U, haa heeri filvcn UVOTV Oci-adu ntnt o Ibo 17th Century- Infill ffllfn'enc of n in (he prinef. pfili wcrn di] killed U will nol bij In Ifl20 If rtvcr apaln. JFafents who tare for their chil- dren's heaHh will give them INSTANT' JPOSTUM "There's a (rnni .Mo'., Hlritck mi IS-ycar-oM tflrl on licad. SIio may rccovor.-j, l.; (iuclpti street railway men nsh [or n nodrd u( nrliilr.lUftn lo antllp tliulr THE WORLD'S HIQHEST GRADE PIANOS, Userl by the World's Greatest Artists Tlitlr Tone Qunllly and Expression uro unsurpassed. MafcEiinrd Vonr family's musical education .by buying one ol llicic world renowned iibnos. Styles, cnuea aiul flnluh to auiL everyone. u-lll taVc your old piano or orgaii aa part' p.iymonL np any or Micac Instruments. 0 SOLO ON BASIS. tASH TERMS, We extend tq-you an invita- 'tion to Qtr'Store. Limited' 315 jv, i' 4 PHONE 1545 Bargain No. 1 PIQUE AND REPP SKIRTS On sale at If you can wear a 24 or '25 inch waist- band, hero's (he biggenl bargain 3-0! offer- ed. Kicellcnl qualities. ROOI! styles, lar values up to 55-50; on .iJilc Saturday at....................... 1.39 Bargain No. 2 GIRLS' GINGHAM DRESSES Sites 5 lo H ycare; a grcai variety or styles anU palterna in fast color ginghams, thecks and ami a few plain colors; irtnfts, blues, tans, greens and browns; regu- lar values J3.60 up to ?4; on sale Saturday ai, price each 1 B Bargain No, 3 WOMEN'S KITCHEN DRESSES .I'o-Traveltcra1 a goofl range of slVlek.-'fpIorE.anil qualillcs. moile Irom fast .ginghams and J per- 36, 38 imHO; I aelllnc Saturday al i Bargain No. ,4 KIDDIES' ROMPERS Made up Jronrcljaniljrays, ginghams and percales in plain' and checks of bine, ao'I while, plnl; wblte. grey and also plain col- ors; on sale SaturOay I Bargain No. 5 YOUNG WOMEN'S GINGHAM AND VOILE DRESSES Plaid Eingrmms and fancy Vollos In of pink, blue ?-nd IHH; Elzcs 16, IS; 35 and. 3S; VflUies anJ JIO; .on sale Saturday at, per 5.95 Bargain No. 6 LADIES' CORSET COVERS Made of Rood soft nahtiook triui- niuil with lace lha( tvlu tiatiil tlic sizes 36 lo.42; on sale Saturday al each 1 I Bargain No. 7 WOMEN'S SILK.ANKLE HOSE AnJ ivhliu aucs 10 Cull length find R good pM wcnrlng quality; on sale 1O at per pair Bargain No. 8 WOMEN'S ENVELOPE CHEMISE Fine nalnsoofc, med.wdfi cnihroidciT flfirl 1 .ribbons; priced nl ENVELOPE line qunlity iialniook 1.69 1 Bargain No. 9 SILK POPLINS FOR DRESSES Rest grade sill; poplins. K indies vide, In all fetiadca; a very material or skirls, rec. ?2.25 and J2.5" I ciuality; Saturday, yard Bargain No. 10 NATURAL PONGEE SILK 200 j'ards of 33 Inch natural pongee, a ijuallly lhal sells.anywhere nl SOo per ysrrt. On sale- SBtnrday monilnK ftl per yard TTL s f I J 1 he Simpson to., Limited ;