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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 31, 1920 THIS USTHHH1UUB PAGE ELBVKN PERSONAL e Mrs. A. U JlcCulloch, of Nelson, spent Sunday (h'o guest of her broth- or, Mr. William Kynooh and Mrs, Kynoch. -Mrs. McCullocb, who Is Re! gent of the I. O. U. B. chapter In Net- tho national convention held last week in Calgary. v Miss Cook, assistant superintendent, Oalt hospital, is at present recuperat- ing from rher recent illness in Cal- Miss. Alice Gagan. of Magrath, was a Id the. city. lieen spending tlic past few weeks In Ed- monton, thp euest of her sister, Mrs. It. L. Sutherland, has returned home. Mrs. B. R. Hamilton, of Coaldale, was a visitor, in tho city Saturday. t l n .Miss McNabb, of Picture Butte, was a week-end visitor in Ihe city. Mr'.' and Mrs. John Dunlop are 1 spending part of their honeymoon with Mr. Diinlop's- sister: Mrs. Mor- sonl Snd Corp. Marsom, A. P. P., Red ilr Spring, of Burdelt, wajs a -week- fend visitor here. I Mrs. T. Evans left this morning for >ahe will: be ,tho guest of her sister, Mrs. H. tVY Cart- bright. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Joslin and .little daughter, Lucille, of Portland., Oregon, are visiting. In .the city, of ilrs. Joslln's parents, 'Mr. E. J. Lowe, of Travers, spent Iho week-end in the city. t Mr." and Mrs. A. M. Wilde and daughter ot Welling, were' week-end Suesta In the city. t N'ephi Ajiderson has left for his farm at Barnwell. Miss Hazel Keith ot Cardston spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. William Card -'and daughter. Miss Jlatlte Card, with Miss Angeline O'Brieh, of Raymond, were jrcek-end guesls in'the city. Mr. and Mrs. and baby, of Co.ilhurst, wero visitors iu the city Saturday. Mrs. B. D. Hicks, of Raymond, spent the -week-end in the city. i Mr. and -Mrs. J. T. Roy and Roy, who have been the guesls of ('heir son, Mr. W. P. Roy and Mrs. Hoy, ot this city, enrouto homo from Los Angeles, where, they spent tho winter, left on Saturday afternoon for llieir homo in Nova Scatla. Mrs.- Robertson of Nohleford spent Saturday in tho city. X Messrs, Henderson, Werls, Currie and McKenna, of Bow Island, were business visitors In the city on Satur- day. Members ot the'Military Chapter, 1. 0. E.. will.hold their first regu- lar meeting tomorrow v.evenlng at S o'clock In tho.G.'V: V.-A: club rooms. A very Impressive and Interesting ceremony followed the luornlug ser- vice Sunday at Wesley church when 38 ot tho'.44'appoinUd.pfncers of tho church were Installed by Rev. C. E. Cragg, who explained the duties of each officer. Following tho installa tiou ot officers the reception ot 53 members Into tie ed. Twenty-five were received by let ter, Tvh'le twenty-eight wero admlttec through personal profession ot faith. 4 "f O. D. E. AFRESH CA1CARY, May new board ot ofScerj of the 1, O. D. B. ii strong.and Is uu interested. It is therefore confidently expecled civil war within tbo stated a prominent official this morning. The secret sessions of the couacl' lors -who elected .Miss ;Joan Arnold the-now president, and'other-officers revealed an admirable- spirit of co- operation 'aiid good fellowship. [Toronto Saturday.Night) Several correspondents have late] asked for the figures of the world' ffort in'tho mstter ot.m'an pq.wef.dur-libelt adorns the front exclusively. ng tho late war. there are housands of others who will be inter- ested fn the figures, Whittaker's Al- manack for tho current year contains hem so far as known, though in the case of certain no On many occasions. atlvo tiblcs are forthcoming. In re-. _______ fleeting on the losses, which are of I GREAT LAKES ALSO course purely military and do not re- veal deaths of civilians directly trace- able to the war, It must be remembor- cd that thoy represent a' toll on tho lower ot the nation's- manliobd, with rreparable consequences to produc- .Ipn and, prospective population. TheiEi. Ellver Into the Atlantic In Man Power Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresfi-rd A SWAGGER POLO COAT. The beauty, warmth and of camel's hnir cloth are three big popularity of (his fabric. Of course, the genuine camel's hair cloth is decidedly as everything tends that way nowa- days, many women agree that it is well price, it gives such satis- factory senlco. In this model the de- signer has departed'from the stereo- typed styles that have so long pre- has introduced three Email pleats on each side of the back of the coat. The fronts are cut so that slip- in pockets take advantage of these smartly fashioned pieces, while the phlcal position, which gave them enor- mous advantage both in offence and defence; and to the successful pro- paganda whfch paralyzed allied action TO GO DRY, BUT NOT FOR YEARS The twenty-mile trip ffom Buffalo to Niagara Falls will be eaten away and Lake Erie will rush through the Mrs. Whiddinglon entertained at Hie tea hour on'Saturday aflemoon in tables contain some surprises for they' show that the- countries- wh'lch suffer- ed most in comparison to population irero Serbia and Roumacii nnd those who .suffered least were the United States, Greece and Belgium. France leads in war effort. She mob- ilized men of whom. or- 3.37 per cent., of total population were killed. v Great Britain mobilized and lost or 1.6 per cent, of population... These do elude the figures for-tho overseas' for- ces, which do not seem to have been available it .tho time Whittaker's Jig- ures wero compiled, hut have been col- lected by the Jjondon Times. They are: Canada, mobilization 6W.SS6. kill- ed 800, killed New Zealand, mob- ilization killed South Africa mobilization, killed G.D28; Indian mobilization' killed other colonies, mobiliza- tion killed, '.The total enrollment, under the, British; flag was therefore and the'.death total representing a very consider- able percentage- of populations exceptf hurt, in tho case of India. It wlllbe noted that Australia moro severely than tho' other overseas dominions, excepting Canada. Italy's mobilization was men, killed or 1.32 per cent, of Ocean, leaving only rivers where Lake Lake Michigan novr fire, ac- cording to Professor James B. Macjjt- wane. But it won't be for yoajs; according to Professor Macelwane who is professor of geology and phys- Ics department of tho St. Louis Uftl- verslty. The Great Lakes. region is warning according to Professor Macclwaiic. nbout a draining is UUUUL IULI tho lakes through tho Chicago Mautnee rivers, he said. Kansas City Journal. SIZE OF CIRCUS IS RING UNCHANGED While a'circus-aims ID-introduce as many Innovations as possible, there is one of its mod. Important features has remained unchanged from time immemorial. This is the size of the ring, winch Is always forty-two feet nine inches in diameter. A 5-year-old girl fell 50 feet through a bridge Into the rlvor at Philadelphia. I JA man dived in and rescued her un- j population; United States, moblliza- f ly informal and everyone is requested her (rom a. to enlcr into the enjoyment of evening with- enthusiasm. ft LnQ crable decimation of her manhood. Greece mobilized of whom .000 or 0.15 of population wero killed. 1 Rumania's losses were appalling. 'f On Wednesday afternoon, May 26th', She mobilized men gnd of these t, one half were slain. The heroes 9 who took up arms in a hopeless case I and wero betrayed by Russia repre- sented 5 per cent, of her total popula lion. Serbia's suffering was greater. No figures aro available as to her total Iho Uiiloh church, Champion, wns Iho mobilization but the death roll Is fixed Kceno of a very prctly wedding when nt or 12.5 per cent, of pop- Miss Florence Ilernice Manhard, ulallnn, by far tho heaviest loss sut- daughter of and Mrs. O. A. Man- fered' by nny nation In the itard, of Champion, and tMbert Nor-J Flguroa of Japun :and other coun- irian Stevenson, of Pine lake, which took little part In the act- (brother of Mrs. e are constantly pubUshingfrom women in every section of this country prove beyond question the merit of thit. root ht'-t mfdicine, PRICE REDUCTIONS IN LADIES' COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Tuesday Morning we Snail Inaugurate a Week of UNPRECEDENTED PRICE REDUCTIONS in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. Below we give you some idea of tne TRE- MENDOUS SAVINGS to be had. Beautifully Tailored Coats at Extraordin- arily Low Prices, for fo'r The very choicest models of the are included ID this offering. The materials are velour, polo cloths, gabardine, tricotine and serge. The colors in- clude reindeer, castor and Pekin blue. The styles Include the full hack; semi-fitting models, belted and with- out belts, also novelty pockets, eel and raglau sleeves, roll and con- vertible collars. mings show fancy _stitchings, buttons and 'braided'effects. Beauti- fully, tailored and won- .derful value at the fol- lowing For This Week Only Our Complete Stock of This Season's Models in Women's Dresses Will be offered at these two SPECIAL PRICES Ail regular to values. To clear at All regular to values. To clear at for Regular for '35 '45 The materials are Serges, Tricotines, Wool- Jerseys, Taffelaa, Crepe de Chines, nnd Georgettes. The styles include the popular straight line models, lavishly embroidered and girdled. Then there are the long and short walsted models. Whilst others are quite full round the hips and show pleats and lucks. Trimmings consist ot beads, braids, embroidery, girdles, and satin pip- ing. At the two special prices quoted these dresses are irresistible value. Stunning Values b WOMEN'S SUITS -.The best of the 1920 models at prices that make it well worlh your while to choose your, vaca- tion suit now. Note the big reduc- tions: Regular for Regular; Regular for Regular for Regular 10.00 for Regular for Regular for i. Extra Special Values from the Dry Goods Depts. for Tues. Wed. A CLEAN UP OF FANCY VOILES WASH CORDUROY VELVET In extra heavy weight. Worth {3.60 j-anl. 1 plecftfonly to 'soil. Special this SILK POPLIN In.good shade ot maize, sky, pink, grey, also white. 36 Inches wide. Splendid value at 42.25 yard. For this Spc- -i fjn rial Sale, yard ____ I.ltf COLORED WASH SATINS In good tones of Copenhagen blue, rose, Havanna, grey, moss and apple green. Worth J2.50 yard. 36 i rjn inch. Special bargain at, yard lal" WASHING CORDUROY For sports skirts. 36 inches .wide. In high tones of new rose, emerald and tan. This, !s the latest Idea for separate wash skirts and is very strik'ing when worn with while. Splendid Sale Wednesday morning QD at, yard 1 .17O .All 40 inches wide. Iu, many beautiful designs. All foal Regular price to Wednesday mo mine, 1 1 A yard.............................. 1 1 JAPANESE DYED TABLE- A CLOTHS With blue bird designs, etc. Large slse. With napkins to match. Cloths, Napkins, each........... 20c PEKIN BLUE SATIN In very nervesl shade. 36 'inches wide. Very bright and lustrous, Siviss manufac-: lure. Special bargain o AO rani .1.98 For sports skirts. In high tones of new rose, emerald, tan. This la the newest Idea tor separate wash skirts to bo worn with while. Special Sale for this week. ,-r..........., A CLEAN UP OF FANCY VOILES All <0 inches wide. In man-r beautiful designs. All fast colors. Regular price Ji.25 to yard. Wednesday morhin 1