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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN wrv THE LETHBRJDGE PMLY Milk River School .j A. H. Denoon Administers Communion Oar Own UILK RIVER, re- on Wednesday uiornins. Sept. 3st. tea two Sower grades, vith Miss Burrows and Miss McFsrlane In charge, awaiting a principal lor The inch school. :Hev. Prestou returned from on Tuesday where he occupied Knox chsrch puijtit last Sunday morning and Wesley in the evening. fteT. Dencxm occupying the pulpit here tit the United church on Sunday. In the morning he preached at Bank- in the stiernoon at Sleepy Hol- and in the eTCnitig at Milk River, when communion was leceiied. also Jiaptlsm was Echo Hunt. Dor- Daisy llunauell smi Merte Hummell 1 and Wtlb'Jrt Shea aud Junior llunclc. ?rho all left this week for Spokane to attend school. MUs Ku'-h. Ilarrli eotartiimsi the Junior Girls' IuMKate last Wednes Mrs. P. Audett was of Mrs. Thompson on Friday. Mr. Montgomery, of ww a victor In town oa WiUmrt Shea left (or Spokane oa Wednesday where he will resuzia his studies at (be Jevoit Col .Mr, Jack Deleanftjr, of Calgary, was in town on business for a couple of duys during the week. The Guild of tic church -.fere entertained oa Friday afternoon by Mrs. 11. L. Thompson. A dainty tutch was fcy the hostess, be- Mri, Miss and Master Bar- rett loft on Friday for their home at Mont, After sptmdSos tho holidays with their gnaimother, Quion, nail ramily. Ac- companied, thea to Shelby, Meat. .75 of an ineli ol rain fell deiice the nwnth of Angufit. jir. sad Mrs. Tboa. eftter- talnod a number of yotiag taika At a dancing party at their borne oa PVi e Trying io Prov Capability of the Working Class THURSDAY. SRPTEMBEn 102Q othea Martha Poole. Theodore Calviu evening of but week. Poole. and Victor Barle Thompson. Junior Hunck left on Friday lor Spokane, vhere he wil) enter the Jesuit College. His mother, Mrs. Knock, accompanied him as far as Sbfllby, Mont. Mr. Green, manager of the EHi- Milling Co., LethbritJge, was in towa on Saturday looking after his interests. A farewell party was given in Tol Mrs. J. P. Dohsrtr Mt oa Thursday to speed the la Lethbrflge. Mrs. Kathryn Hunck left oa Monday for Lethbrldgc, where she takes over the Vlari agency. Mrs. P. Audett ratnrned home on Friday morning from a visit at bridge. Mrs. Bruce and daughter. Miss of Calgary, ariived on Saturday to ball on Tuesday evening for Miss I McKay. Mr. Bruce ud her sister. Mrs. Irritated itching Skins SoolbednCuticura BaibeWhii Cuticura Soap Dry Mil Apply tie Ointment .ThtseBUjwr-crcainy emollients oia- alrfstop itching, clearaway pimples, redness and roughness, remove dandruff and icdp irritation and heal led, rough ana tote hands. II used for cfery-day toilet purposes they do tnnch to prevent such dis- tressing troubles. Noibmf better, surer or economical at any price. Sow Uc, luJWt. Soid _____ such as inventories in i mission, says the bulletin, "anj the j L. Bickman, manager of ihe City Meat, market, is moring shortly to his new premises on the vest side of the post office, where he will still carry a choice line of fresh and cored j meals, Ileh and farm produce. Mr. Clinton and hare re- lamed to their Uome in Ontario, alter Ylgitirijp with Mr. and Mrs. 1'aul Madge. .Constable Ellis, of Coutts. vas in town on Friday. Luke and Compo were ris- itors in town on Tuesday. Mrs. P.- O'Connell and children re turned to their homo at Sbauiiavon, after brief Ylsit vitli Mr. aud Mrs. Dan O'Connell and family. Mr. Allen, of the I. H. C., Uth- bridge, was a business Yisltor in town on Friday. Dr. G. N. Giles has purchased .the drag store at Warner and will hare Miss Lilian Mohan in chargc. Miss Gtes Is eipecled lo return this week from her home in New Brims-. wick, and re-open-the Yerburg school at 1-14, this betas ner third year in charge. Mre. C. A. Hunt has leased the Hunt Hotel to Mr. and Mrs. Barney Deery, they taking possession OIL Saturday HOMF, Sept. greatest el- foils nru being made to reach a solu- tion before Saturday la tho situation created by the metal workers taking over the plants. (The employers in metal facturies by in the present contest over conditions in the industry were given until Sat- in a resolution passed Tuesday by Socialist members of tho gen- eral confederation of labor. In which to comply with the demands. A rapid movement toward general nationalization was threatened should the employers decline to Meanwhile the unions are making! all liroinrallon such as the works anil distribution of raw terials lo deraonstrate thai the work- Ing classes, as it is'put, are "capable A Genoa dispatch to the GlonialP d'It alia says that iD the industrial zone in that .district, the names of the works have been changed, placards being placed, on the works calling them ''Communist Soviet Works." In one plant besides red and bJack flags, the Trails are decorated with photo- graphs of L-uiiiae and Marx. One hun- dred men formed a "red guard" and governed with the same disciplinary rule as the Italian army. In the women's section of the Al- zado Works, the dispatch says, a no- tice has been posted recommending the greatest seriousness to the work- ers and declaring that those oftendins against public morals will publicly be put to shame. The GiornaJe d'ltalia publishes a elegram from Sarzana which states that the lignite mines of Luiui have )eeu occupied by workers, neitbei the jovernment nor tte proprietors resist- ug. Red and black flags are waving over the mines.. working men dlrectingUhe mines, it is added, have put all the fuel required from them at the disposal of their colleagues, who are occupying metal works at Spezia. Ontario Commission Mnkes Thut Point in First j Bulletin it Issues i TOHOS'TO. Sept. F first bnl-'l li-iin issued in couneotion with the I Ontario tVnsiorts Conimis- sion contains tte indignation that; "the members of the commission do i not wish applicants to be considered as applying for charily. Rather, tho ujpthen when In leceiin of an allow- ance, Is to be regarded :is employe of the .Outarlo government, receiving remuneration for-servki-s rendered in proper care of her children. "It Is the duty therefore of the com- -CLEANLINESS IS HEALTH By the use of GUIett's Lye, house cleaning Is made a pleasure instead of a drudgery. It softens the .yvater and cleans thoroughly whether the dirt is visible or invisible. Destroys all bacteria, and infectious germs, removes obstructions from drain pipes, closets, sinks, etc. Refrigerators are made delightfully fresh and clean by using one teaspoonful of Gillett's Lye dissolved in two gallons of water. LYE EATS DIRT" Made in. Canada. and (he birth certificates of the chit-, Farmers in the Tfcinity of Kingston are now paying five cents a btiBhel for having their-grain threshed, the price hat ing advanced from twu cents. Delicious in the Cup. nil it iiijfi! has no equal for quality and flavour. If you have not tried Salada, send us a port card for a free stating the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mixed Tea. AIUTUH Toronto boards to lure.Mlgatc carefully dren may be required for examination' the fitness of the applicant for her j and where the mother Is a widow the position. Certificates of marriageJ death1 certificate of her husband.1" GAS WORKERS QN STRIKE for belter Tvorklpg Vohinj 1 teer workers from tho office staff o( VANCOUVER. Sept. j tbe company ara keeping the plant of the gas company here arc on operation. Fifty-Seven; Districts to Vote On October 251 OTTAWA, Sept. Canadian almost one quarter of1 the Tirork" of a general election 01: j their hands, through the rote on the Canadian Temperance Act-being taken j in four provinces simultaneously in Octoherv the staff of the chief electoral officer, Col. O. M. Biggar. are spend- ing busy days getting all-'necessary- documents and instruction into the hands of tho returning officers. There will he voting in 57 districts on the temperance question on the one1 day and at present time forms for inking the vote are being forwarded as fast as possible. Returning officers through- out the whole of tho provinces are apparently graBpiiig the-aubsianca of the new act well, Coi. JJiggar, who stated this morning that there was practically no evidence of confusion or misunderstanding among them 'and that no complaints as to difficulties were being received. Col. Biggar staled that he had no intima- tion of any further postponements and that there were no new developments of any kind in counection .with the plans. The four provinces which volR.on October 2o are Manitoba, Saskatche- wan, Nova Scotia and PMnce Edward Island. Cooi otf on theGreat lake? CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY J.GORDON, Ticket Agent LONDON, Sept. As- Eocfaled priming trade union crecutive has agreed that the Liverpool and Manchester bcrs hare refined lo obey instructions there no objection to members ol other branches doing'their work. Doth the Liverpool evening pafers again published joint newspapers yesterday by means of photography. The news- paper owners o( all districts oulslde of London hate withdrawn their lock- out notices which were Issued as a consequence of the unauthorized strike of the .Mpmchesler and Liver- pool operators, hut it is understood the Manchester and Mvcriuiol owner are likely to ho indemnified for present losses by owners other dis- tricts. HAHHIN, Manchuria, Kept. Bociatcrl soviet aided by Hungarian anil Gorman war prisoners, have re-capiureil Omsk where, as In other towns of westerr Siberia, the re'asanls recently over thren- Ihe sovfcls. The Itnlahevlk also are in possession of the northern portion of railway alone which tlio Tighlinp; has heen proceeding, ljut the> are ami wilhrnit foo'rl. Altnl province has been cl'Mrfd o' Uolshevlkls. Farmers in western Michigan arc Idling thfijr because Ibc. urifi; if 90 Tlie entire world; and many of the most romantic periods of history have combined to make the fashions for the fall and winter of 1920-1921 the gayest season in many generations. Egyptian coloring's, antique patterns, and Chinese designs with costume lines varying from the quaint straight lines of the Serbian smocks to the demure fullness of the days of Queen are here in an almost bewildering array of brilliance and beauty, accentuating youthful ness in- so many widely con- trasting types of models; that one finds unusual pie asure in selections at once beco'ming "and modish. "CORRECT DRESS" FOR WOMEN THE TRUEST JOY OF DRESS COMES WITH THAT FEELING OF FAITH THAT ONE IS CORRECTLY CLAD BOTH IN THE ASSURANCE OF STYLE REFLECTING THE MODE OF THE MOMENT AS WELL AS IN THAT SENSE OF SATISFACTION WHICH THE ATTRACTIVELY ATTIRED WOM- AN KNOWS WHEN HER COSTUME IS AS BECOMING TO HER PERSONAL- ITY AS IT IS EXPRESSIVE OF THE FASHION.' AND WITH US, WE FEEL A GREATER DELIGHT IN FITTING AND TRYING ON JUST THE TYPE Of-' COSTUME BEST SUITED TO MOST HAPPILY HARMONIZE YOUR INDIVI- DUALITY WITH THE MODE. THE UTTER COMPLETENESS OF OUR STYLE RANGES WITH ITS AC- CUSTOMED AUTHENTICITY OF MO- DEL, GIVES YOU THE CERTAINTY OF SECURING PRECISELY THE GAR- MENT THAT IS MOST TRULY YOURS IN DESIGN AS WELL AS STYLE. RYLANDS CO. Wrappy Coats for tSie First Days of FaD While the many and varied touches here and there provide, an- individuality that will, please the most collared coats share equally in popularity.'. Not alone are the, 1 materials of superior quality, but the workmanship empha- sized the' care in making. The styles are of the last moment, -V affording you to buy your favored style at the beginning of that the largest wear may be had of it lie Exquisite Blouses Ordaind Correct By Fashion Keeping to the popular vogue of the moment, that of'combining two shades that contrast, -gives added distinction to these Blouses "which-are one of the most important features in our displays of new fall fashions. These Blouses have that indefinable something which makes them alluring to every woman who sees them. .The splendid assortment adds further interest and makes choos- ing a very pleasant and agreeable occupation when their very modest prices are considered. DISTINGUISHED EVENING WEAR Dignity Elegance Brilliance Attractive- ness Combine to Make Our Evening Frocks Exceptionally Desirable WEEK-END SPECIALS COTTON CASHMERE An odd lot uf dress goorls suitable for children's werir ami Indies' house dresses (or tall; cashmeres anil serges in cotton, assorted plain shades. Values up to 75c and 85c. A'IP Wcok-entl LADIES' VESTS LaiMcs' Cottmi Veals. A. limited quantlly o( summer weight VcKs. samijlcs that arc soiled. A final clean-up. .Values up. GA_ to 31 each. Week-end Hpcclal, 1 FLANNELETTE A lilR .rull'-trado.special I" Htripnd Flannelette, assorted pallerna Htifl -ifi Wfiie. 40c value. Vycck-cnd ajie OA _ cinl. yard JU C LADIES'HOSE A Kotid heavy weight In Lndiofi' Kull Kashioncil Cotton Hose, white. Mack, brown and grey shades. Regular 90c vuluo. Cfi- Week-end PILLOW COTTON 20') yards or lire liloaclicil circular Pillow Cotton, lull W inches wide, and rallies that will giro wear. It is worth C5c a yard Cftp today. Weekend special, yard ..............................JUC CORSETS 'Good style and good fitting Corsctc In a limited number of styles, not ai; sizes but plenty to select from in sizes IS to 25. Keg- 1 rn ular value. -Week-end special, pair ;