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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PERSONAL � -''^ � � � #e�eaitig at 8 o'clock in- the,0;]?�W' Vi'*'. !club ^poms. , A 7^at;W^�l6y Church when 38v9t-theif4�BPpinted,pfflcerB of the church were installed by Rev. C. E. Cragg, who i explained the duties of each" ofRcer. ' FoHbwing the installation of ofllceris the recs^Moh of 63 � .M�i�'p(t>|!g.atfacli?l^ .. spending the past few weeks in E3d-monton, -the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. U Sutherland, has returned homo. � Mrs. B. It Hamilton, of Coaldale, was membera into the cburchj,' Jiponduct- ed. Twenty^ve were receiiVed by letter, while tweair-Mght iiriBrs admitted through j^ergoijLat p^tession of faith. �>.> i*:*** � � 4> � 4 * lV or b^i.ttT^RT AFRESH CMAARY, May 31.-"The new board of officers of the I. 6. D. B. is it is therefore confidently pei interested._________________ a visitor-in ,^ho city Saturday,, expected ili�t^thif>i^;Mr| Spring, of Butdett, wa� a week- i fcnd visitor here. ,^ ^  '-t i .  - ' 1 iMri. T. Bvans left this morniag for Oreatv |>1U� ? w*ero * she will, be.v the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. w; Cart-jvright. .   ; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Josiin aad.IitUe danghtef, Lucille, of Portland, Oragoni are visiting: in the city, the^gaests of Mrs. JoBlln's parents.  '  Mr. E. J. Liowe, of Travers, spent the week-end in the city. ^ Mr.- and Mrs. A. M. Wilde and daughter of Welling, were' week-end Quests in the city. >    Nephi Anderson has left for his farm at Barnwell. Miss Haiel Keith of Cardston spent the weeto�nd in>town. '�'* � Mr. and Mrs. Wlitliam Card and daughter, Mi'ss Hattie Card, with Miss Angeline O'Brieb, pf Raymond, were % yreek-end gues'ts in the city. Mr. and Mrs. MacMullen and baby, or CoaJhurst, were visitors in the city Saturday.    Mrs. E. B. Utcks, of Raymond, spent tjie week-end in the city.  *  Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Roy and Miss Roy, who have been the guests of their son, Mr. W. P. Roy and Mrs. 'R�y, of this city, enroute home from Lios Angeles, where. they spent the winter, left on Saturday afternoon for their home in Nova Scotia. Mrs. SOCIAfL  ; ?��">� more severely than the other overseas The beauty; warmth: and light; weight :of-.camel's hair cloth are three Mg reasons:: for' the popularity -6t this fabric. Of course, the genuine camel's hair cloth is decidedly expenstare;.bjit as everything tends that way noWji-days, mahy women agree that it is wcfU worth;4itB price, it gives such satU-faetor)' serriee. In this model-the designer ha's departed from the stereotyped styles that have so long pK-, yalled.rand has Introdutsed three smtlU pleats on each side of the back of the coat. The fronts are cut so that slip-In pockets toke advantage of these smartly fashioned pieces, while the ;belt adonra the ^ont exclusively. I 'i" 1'"". .. ? ? � WEDDINGS ? ing month last year 13,071,- ? ? 020.12. ? ? T> pion) were united in marriage by Rev. D.H. Telfer, M.A., BJ>., of Car-mangay. e   > * .'S' o * ? * � Collectors for the Nursing Mission ai;ct urged to make a special effort to attend the meeting on Monday, June 7tli, Anyone unable to collect kindly no-�iify the committee (phone 695 of 1469) nqt later than Friday, June 4th. iM Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor ties are not given. No reliable figures as to Russian effort are available. Turning to the Central Empires detailed figures are in. some instances lacking. Germany i^bilized the largest army of any belligerent and suffered the largest number of deaths, but the drain on her population was not so great proportionately as in the case of France. The figures ar^: Mobilization, 12,870,000, killed 1,700,000 or 2.6 per cent, of population. Austria mobilized 7,228,000 mcin it is believed, but owing to the dismemberment of that Empire the casualty totals have not been tabulated. The latter condition is also true of Bulgaria who is credited with having mobilized 600,000 men and must have suffered heavy casual-! ties. Turkey's mobilization is estimated at 2,000,000 men, her killed at one fourth of thajj numbeir, representing 2.5 of her total population. It is quite clear that in man power the Allies had the Central Empires hopelessly outdistanced. The long resistance the latter maintained was due to the strenerth of her united geogra- MRS. MAY GOULD NOT __WORK Made Well and Strong hy LydiaE.Pinkham'sVeg. etable Compound. Cohimbia, Pa.-"I was rery weak and run down and had dragging-down pains and pains in my back. I could not get aroand to do my work and had to Bit down and rest often during theday. I saw LvdiaE. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound adver* tised in the papers and read the testimonials, sol thought I would try it. Now I am healtnierthan I ever waain my life, and can recommend it to any woman who suffers as I did." -Mia. Eliubeth Mav, R.F.D. No. 1, Columbia, Pa. The reaaoo Lvdia E. Pinkham'a Vege* table Compound is so successful in overcoming woman's ills is because it com tains the tonic, strengthening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act on the female organism. Women from all parts of the country are continually testifyingto its strength-enine, curative influence, and the letters' which � e are constantly publishing from women in every section of this country prove beyond question the merit of thut tamvas coot and tub mtdictna. IN LADIES' DRESSES COATS, SUITS AN ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Tuesday Morning we Shall Inaugurate a Weet �f UNPRECEDENTED PRICE REDUCTIONS in LadieP Ready-to-Wear. Below we give ypu some idea of the TRE- MBNDOUS SAVINGS to he had. ^ Beautirully Tailored Coats at Extraordinarily Low Prices. The very choicest models of the season are included Jn this offering. The materials are veloar, polo cloths, gabardine, trlcotine and serge. The polors ia-clude reindeer, castor and Pekin  blue. The styles include the fall back^ tsa seml-fttclng models, belted and without belts, also novelty pockets, set and r^lan sleeves, roll and . con-vwtlblo collars. Trim-mtags' mow fancy ;S^tit6hin^s, buttons and 'braided effects. Beautifully tailored and wonderful value at the fol-loVeihg prices:. $42.50 $45.00 $48.50 $50.00 $60.00 $75.00 Regularjl30.00 for ... $90.00 ^55.00 for -^7.50 for �^iil$fe5.00f6r CJ^egulSip52.50% Regular ,$98.00 for For This Week Only Our Complete Stock of This Season^s Models in Women's Dresses Will be offered at these two SPECIAL PRICES All regular $40.00 |h A r m to $55.00 values. ^ JUMii To clear at .... All regular $55.00 to $75.00 values. To clear at .. [., The materiahi are Serges, Tricotines, Wool-Jerseya, Taffetas, Cmpe de Chines, and Oeorgettee. The styles include the p6pula,r straight line models, laviahly embroidered and girdled. Then there are the long and short waisted models. Whilst others are quite full round the hips and show pleats and tucks. Trimmings consist of beads, bralde, embroidery, girdles, and satin pip? ing. At the two special prices quoted these -dresses are irresistible value. StOBiiiDg Values in WOMEN'S SUITS !Thi best of the 1920 models at prices that make it well worth your while to choose your vacation suit now. Note the big reductions: Regular $38.5d for i^lai^ $50:00^ f^ R�gu|Eir $65.0^^ ... Rec^r $75.00 for .... Regular $89.00 for .... Regular $98.00 for .... Regular $110.00 for ... Regular $58.50 for .... Regular $90.00 for . .> Regular $79.50 for----- $29.50 $38.50 $52.50 $60.00 $68.50 $78.50 $88.00 $47.50 $70.00 $60.00 Special Values frbm the Dry Goods Depts. for Tues. & Wed. HABUTAISILK A CLEAN UP OF FANCY VOILES WASH CORDUROY VELVET In'exira. heavy weight. Worth �3.50 yard. 2.49 1 pleb&'i'ionly to sell. Special this week,:ys|fd ............... SILK POPLIN In, good shade of maize, sky, pink, grey, sand;."*uso white. 36 Inches wide. Splendid value at |2.25 yard. C'or this Spe- | cial Sale, yard................... 1. f �f COLORED WASH SATINS In good tones of Copenhagen blue, rose, Russian, Havanha, navy,, grey, moss and apple green. Worth $2.50 yard. 38 ^ rjgk inch. Special bargain at, yard..... l.f SI WASHING CORDUROY For sports skirts. 36 inches .wide. In high tones of new rose, emerald and tan. Thi^ is the latest idea for separate wash skirts and is very striking when worn with white. Splendid Sale Wednesday morning ^ An at, yard........ ............. 1.70 All 40 inches wide. In. many beautiful designs. All fast colore. Regular price $1.26 to $1.50. Wednesday morning, 110 yard.............................. l.lt? JAPANESE DYED TABLE' ^CLOTHS With blue bird designs, etc. Large' slee. With napkins to match. Cloths, each ...........3.95 Napkins, each........... 20c PEKIN BLUE SATIN In very newest shade. 36 inchea wide. Very bright and lustrous, Swiss manufac--ture. Special bargain at,. n aq md .................... ..........�i.90 For sports skirts. In high tones of new rose, emerald, tan. This is the newest idea for separate wash skhls to be worn'with white. Special Sale for thie f ao week. ____.............. i.�fO A CLEAN UP OF FANCY VOILES All 40 inches wide. In many, beautiful designs. All fast colors. Kbgiilar price |1.2S to $1.60 yard. Wednesday moirhlh � � a yard ....................V.;....______. t�*2f JAPANESE COLORED TABli" CLOTHS Bluebird and other designs, with napkins to match. Cloths, each . Napkins, each *    Large aiie v. 20c Buy Your Summer Footwear at "The Ba/' Our stock ie 'Well assorted In all bhe best styles, and we carry a range of widths from AA to �}, which will hisure you perfect fitting footwear. LADIES' CANVAS BOOTS These are a fine assortment of styles, with flexiible leather soles, irench, medium or low walking heels, � a|" Price.................................................. LADIES' CANVAS SHOES In lace Oxford or strap slipper style. Medium, Cuban O QC or low heels, flexible' leather soles. All sizes........... ^rd LADIES' OXFORDS In a fine grade of >whlte reign skin or white poplin with hand tunied or goodyear welt sown soles. Lrf>uis covered leather Louis, medium or walking heels. a Ag to fj Ag Wldtl* AA to E......... .......... *i�VO f.SFd LADIES' OXFORDS We have reduced all our twelve and fifteen dollar Oxfords in order to save you the Luxury Tax to, fi QC per pair....... ......................... ............. 0.9d MEN'S BOOTS They are in black vici kid, brown calf and gunmetal calf leathens. Regular $12.00 and $15.00. Reduced in order to a Af* save you the Luxury Tax to ........................... MEN'S CANVAS BOOTS In brown and white shades with flexible leather Q AC soles................................................. tf.�rv BOYS'AND GIRLS'SANDALS iii brown and .white leathers with flexible leather soles. Very dressy footgear for the summer months. � /� a to a AC Per pair ................................ i.OU Lmito CHILDREN'S CANVAS FOOTWEAR Wd have a fine range of Boots. Mary Jane Slippers and ankle strap styles for the boy or girl. Grocery Department BAKING POWDER Elggo, 12 oz. tin Bggo, 2% lb. tin ..... Dr. Price's, 12 oz. tin 27c 8Se 4Sc FLOUR Our Best, Taylor's, Robin Hpod and Royal Household- 24 lb. sacks.................................... 49 lb. sacks..................................... 98 lb. sacks...........'.....................---- SUGAR Pine Granulated, 10 lb. sacks . Fine Granulated, 20 lb. sacks Lump Sugar, 2 lb. packets ... SYRUP Roger's Cane Syrup, 5 lb. tin ....... Roger's Cane Syrup, 10 lb. tin ..---- Bdwardsburg Com Syrup, 2 lb, tin . BdwardSiburg Com Syrup, 5 lb. tin , ladwardfiburg Corn Syrup, 10 lb. tin $2.00 $3.95 $7.80 $2.15 $4.25 .. ;45c  . 88e $1.65 .. 30c .. 7