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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. APRIL'2. 1919 THE DAILY HKK.Y PAGE ELEVEN MtOMC UM PEfttONAl. Mr. and1 Mrs. W. who have In the city, Iiam- been the vlnter In the ci hive Iclt tor their larm near _CIia J. Hurry Alexander la In Cal- tsry for a few days, Mr.' and- Mrs. J. M. Kite hare son? ry and will iMke tlielr home to t lie re. beare spent a week with her sister, t A. B. Wood, la Spokane on way 11 IJeul. Na'uualil. ;M.C.. o[ 1 Calfary, to Hat to; the 39tli Hatlery, wilh which he went overseas, aiid accompanied them to -.Mr. Naismlth Is law student with the firm ot ClarkC; ion awl MacLMxl, In, Calgary. A surprise parti Elven in honor of Pte. John Park at Ihe home of his uacla and aunt. Mr. and -.Mrs. Met. Hark, last evening. .Tlie veterans pres- ent were: Billy McLean and Ills war bride, Ites. Billy and Archie Earl. Others were-. Mrs. WillcUs, Mrs. Mil- ler. Mrs. Moodle, Mra. Dougall. Jlr. and Mrs. Holmes. Mr. Clellaml, Mr. Craw-! ford. Taylor. Musical numbers j were greatly enjoyed from the follow- lot: Miss Arnold, Win. Part and Mr. Tlie eldest Eon of Mr. and .Mrs. John Holmes The evening passrtl very Murdoch arrived homo yf.'jterday after telns four years in Franco. Their ctlier Bon has lefi England for Can- 4 Gunner IX Young is spending a few days In Calgary. Mrs. J. It. Bernard, of J2th St. A.. X.. his been seriously ill with pleur- ity .arid pneumonia, is recovering lowly. .i'. r Lieut. D. W. Patterson, vrho recent- ly returned from overseas, haa left for the Peace Hirer country. pleasantly- in cards, games and music, after which dalnly refreshments werejj served by Ilie hostess. Pic. Park! Itjavei for Vancouver tomorrow where j] he will reside with his parents. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Pleases the Men differ- eace aU linti KBTC fcaen w'Mfccd with SmalifBt Soap. Thty arc frfali like XT'. He likea bn wife to have Ihe Ichnrc IkM Son- kaowi tUl ibsohitely pan Ike wuat 00VBM The members of Dominion Rcbekah Lodge, N'o. 41, are requested to meet In the I. 0. 0. F. liall tomorrow after noon at 3.30 to attend the funeral of the Inle Sister Hedlund. There will toe a meeting on Friday nlsht, April 4th, in the K.1 o: P. liall of Hie Maicr Jack HOBS Cliapter, I. O. D. R., at S o'clock. All members ore urged to be present. The ladles' gymnasium and swim- ming classes, under Ihe auspices oi the Women's Civic Club, will take' place tomorrow' (Thursday) as usual at the Y. M. Children in the; afternoon at 4; the eve-j ning at 7.30. It is' hoped that all In- j tending members will make an effort Mrs. Ixsaler Skinner, of Carmnngny, ind Mtes Evelyn o( Taber. 1 At the. Baptist on Sim- iny, March 30th, Hayncs and Rdward Alwlkta George both of united In nwrrkge' by'Uie Rer.'T. vV'. Dafoe, [ttfltor oi tne church. Mr. and Mm HaynM will resMc la Die Shepherd .Block W this city. sday and Friday Dresses Suitable for All Occasions :viv: For the social gaiety of afternoon firnetions the joyousness of dances, or the delightful Informality.of the party that just happens, there is a dress here to fit any occasion. Nothing, ot the Jng ot lie freakish appears in a-single, frock; the'ianlol good laste Is in every lins. The.srnVpnajy At Prices From to "CHILDREN'S PWW Purchased from n'niaKer who Is noted for the pro- duction of (Iresacs of the daintier class. They arc inoro finply madfi antl more sumptuou_sly- than thn .run of children's frocks, and molhura who view thim. can not liclp-but with them ns GUI) buyer when she saw They arc- made orall wiwl serge in navy blue, ian and Cbpenhagcni with'trimmings of 'brain, plaid silk and button. Some have killed skirts, others pleated or gathered. Sizes to fU'ages of eight to'nineteen years. to LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES Hillic Burke style in stripes and plain colors of pink and hlue; also dresses suitable for street wear, prettily ind blues: Then we als i have the OT n- 8li aron luittnnnd at'the shoulder in colored ptinis sod -white drill. V- to A SPECIAL LINE OF HOUSE DRESSES In outside sizes: Macie 61 ganj checkered gingbanj trimmings of Ihe plain blue chembrayV. 't QQ' Price ear DOYS' CORDUROY 25 lo O Of .BOYS' TWEED up 1 CC from BOYS' in a heavy weight duck, in blue and Priced up 1 ...from BOYS''SCHOOL. blue and srey. (Priced .up from -Choke Boot and Shoe Dept rairs Dox Kip llluchcrs, good weight up- voril nuJ stout solid leather soles, medium too o yn last. Sizes 1-5. ilegulnr ?3.S5. Ladies' Long Kid, 'J In. top, with medium; hesl, goods-ear welt. This is an up-lo-dats shoe, nee- h QQ 58.50. Special........................... I'sUnf Puraps with Wd Ulmmings. This is a nice street pump. All sizeg, 3 to 7. llcgular 53.50. Special....................... Ladles' Patent and Kifl three nntl four strap pumps, a good serviceable shoe. Regular J3.00. O Sneclal Patent Mutton Shoes, 6 inch cloth and leath- er lojiB. Louis Cuban 'heels ivith antl without too caps. Sizes to J14. Regtllar S20S. 9 Sale Men's llox Blucher, medium round too last, Boad weight Icatbnr soles. Sizes 6-10. Regular j AA J4.60. Price.................................. 4.UV Glen's Patent, Tan, Calf'and Guinnetal sizes only to clear, fl lo II. Hegolar Just a glance at these ncwJspoft'-ikirls Is suffic- ient to entice you to try ori'e oh, and then to purchasrt, Made of striped silKs. tallies and soft wool materials in large plaids and stripes. in Chic styles with liox pleats and long narrow effects. Prices to Snap in White Waists Made of lawn and voiio collars and cuffs of ed muslin. Values to (3.60. Thursday and 'an Friday i 'TtS1 Children's Crepe Kimpnas In pink ftnd pate embroidered In whilf. Kims 4 to 10. Friday'- t on Special SECOND FLOOR CRETONNES AND CHINTZS Kven ta.miicli Tnrgor ciltoa, we fee] conridenl in slaMng thnt ilicrc arc no stocks carried that can iiearlyf romparc with our showing of cretonne and chinlzs, bolh fls lo riuality and price, iho present time about; tlio oheipcst cretonne or chintz that is offered Is 50c ficr yap'. We have them at from 2Sc yard up. If you cannot get suitcrl In these .inej Bt thu Hay, well, tljnro is no use trying elecwhore. Wilton and Asmiiisler Ruga. A Wonderful Array of Pleasing Styles in Dol- man Wraps and Suits A collection ot tbat in tbis city far style and dlMlncUvcnesj. Oar aasortment of Dolman' Capea and Coats ia liccause each neV wrap Is uiaiul In of gabertlirica, aodrticht aomt! silk lined, others bait lined, but aU of them graceful and dressy looking. Shown In colors of sand, Pefcin blue, victory, rookie, navy, fawn ind black. __ Price, 523.00 to Dry Goods Section The following leading lines of merchandise are specially priced for quick selling on Wednesday only. These keen prices should appeal to the thrifty shopper. Other throughout th> department are priced at Iho lowest possible figure, In abort, for erery dollar either on the sneclala for, Thuraday ajid or from Etock, you are sure.of getting a solid dollar's worth at this .HEAVY TVHITB yardj bj 1% yarti. Free from filling or lime. Just pure heary cotton, with olep hem. Regular price and o "7P Friday, only, pair............................... J.IJ 72 INCH WHITE a strong useful ctoti for hard wear and contthnons wuhlnf. price S5c yard Thursday and Friday Special, iiElAVY CRASH cream wlUioiit col- xired border, Splendid valne at Ine regular price of J5c yard. Thnrsday and Friday's Bargain FAST COLOR both light and dark grounds, 32 Inche, wide. 100 designs to select from. Bi- nfi- liraonllrjjry value at, yard...................... awV HEAVY IRISH rose aad Greek 2 yards wide. Perfect bleach. Regatof price ICC ?1.76 yard. For Thursday and Friday, yard INDIES' RBQUIRIN'O A SU1TLEKOTH of fine Black will have unique opportunity on yards'only. 54 inches wide, worth yard. Ottered Thursday and Friday nt, DRESS ilnish and all purs silk. 36 Inches wide. Regular yard. 1 Thursday and Friday at, SEED 6RAIN 'DISTRIBUTED Seed grain to Ihe ralue of was distributed by Mr. Alec Roo, who has been at Ihe Boarj of Trade building, for that parpoMLfor the last three days and left for Taber afternoon. A great many applfcfints were not able to haro their requests 'granted, owing; to fact Ihal Iteld their land on crop jwymenli or on agreement of; sals with only A equity and con-; taero a delay to prove title. Owing to tae fact that Ihls li not a homesteatl country there wu nothing In the of the apportion-j aeed grain made in Che dla-l Ladies1 Muslin Envel- ope Combinations Trimmed with pretty All sizes. Thui-s- QQA day and Friday ...........j........... Grocery Dept. THE SIGN- OF A GOOD TEA-H.B.C. Selected C'cjloit ami Iiiilla leas, blcniled to pcrtec- lion, packed in riml 1 Ib. packets. A pure, liigli Rrailc. lez whoso popularity is the measure of Its Try a pound, if you