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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APK1L 6, 1WK> PAGE FIFTRKN Fair, Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Steele, H. A. i 4 Thrall, Mrs EVERYTHING C. H. Fair, Mr. C. Fair, Mr. W. S. Bhorsr. Miss q. t Wilson, Mrs. J. George Harper. Mfes' Esther Strate. Mlsi'C. H. Cerber, B. Keetei. 'Mr. J. Gllmore, Mrs IV Forslor, Mr. P. W. Forster. H. Allen. Mrs. H. Allen, Mrs. G. Glaspey, Miss' Scmo mujkul comedy manager U EmmerBOu Mr. Slaa Hsnnard, Mr. with an amb'.tton to startle the world and Mrs. E. M. Smith, Wel-i.with his orignality and .eitraviganc- PERSONAL Mrs. XJ. >'oung Viil not receive to- Mr. BiS'uoy Hariris, of been spending a few days in the city. Mies ESlzabeih Hunt, ot Foremost, b visiting in city srith Miss Lu- .Horspool. Mrs. M. HcClcnaghan, Mr A. E. M 11-1 vosue are the pleated.skirl, which does louse. Mr. S. Henderson. MUsjn0[ well .with a fitted coal, and Sham, Mr. T. Oxland, Mr. and Mrs. the other, is the prevailing fashion J. E. Terrill, Jlr. and Mrs. H. Frenchwomen for wearing the loose, flowing a cape. WEDDINGS A wedding MI solemnized at the 8t Patrick's residence on Monday aftornoon. April 6th, when Marjorle, youngest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McKfnnon. of Los An Wright, E. Horning. MUs 0. Perker, Inap. and Mrs. T. M. ahoebolhaib, Mrs. D. 1C yatcs, Mr. and Mrs. J: B. Tur. ney. Miss L. McCauberry, Mr. II. McG. Young, Mr. D. Kester, Mr. W. gueon. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Roagh. Mr. end Mrs. D. Donald. J. 11. Henderson. Miss M. Henderson, Mrs. W. A. Dough- ty. Mrs.'J. C. Gllmore. Miss May Hal- lantyne, Mr. R. Douglas, Mrs. Joan. Mr. J. Craig, 'Mr. and Mrs. F. It Is books, that we enjoy intercoursa.wiUi superior minds, and these 'invaluable .'mep-hs of com- In thei-roach of Cbannlug :'0n Selt-CnHure. Some men rather be bache- lors than be'made hy women. Harry-.T. Hudeon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. .and Mrs. Harry FVincis left for Wlnhtpeg yesterday afterooon where they will spend t couple Mr. Edward CanoingBam bts re- turned to Calgary after spend'ng parenU, Mr. Y.ti. P. J. Cunningham. R." Hudson of Purple Springs. The Her. Fatter McOffery officiated. The bride, who smart navy tailored suit with i chic black hat. was fcy Mi3B Keily, and.Mr. Charlei O'Connor sup- ported the groom. Hudson IE leaving shortly to visit her parents In the H. lelte. Mr. W. i nedy, Mr. 0. O. mil Mra E B However, In the casa-'ot such men It S Kent generally be: .found that Nature with the wo-. Mrs. H. Ross. men had a 'r-'.-' Sports satin Skirts with coats.of M'.sa P. Bumnior, Mr. B. K. Chaplin, HosJ-anara crepe morn by Mrs. J. J. Kosslter, Mr. B. J. women at Palm Beach, where Mrs. J. C. Livingstone, Mr. and vogue-for crepe .-weaves- makes W. D. King, Mr. K. A. Morrow, Mr. one fashion writer predict a return of Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mr. J. B. lloss. Mr. D. A. Simpson. Mr W. Brooks, Mr. W. Sanders, Mr. P. Cull. Mrs. A. Cull, Mrs.'P. Horn, Mr. P. Horn, A reception in their D. and Miss MacLeod, Mr. S. C. and crepon. Miu rM. McCambly "returned from honor 'being given tonight in the Alberta Grill hy a number ot the local musicians. Mrs. Geo. Bremner, who has been Mrs. Charlo McKHlop, leaves ning to" John- William 'Powell, both of tonight for h'ef home in Edmonton. this city, took placo' at St. Augustine's j church on Monday, April 6tb, the Her. Major Goro Barrow officiating. The brido wai attended by her Ada Ellen Binning, and the Miss Florence Donald leaves tomor- groom was ably supported by Mr. row for a, vacation to Victoria, where. Henry George Binning, brother of the B'ae TUit her parents. She will bride. Mr. and Mrs. Powell will rc- Mrs. P. W. Pennyfathw receive tomorrow, by her Alice, who rill in Victoria. Amocg thoM teftchem attending tie contention'- in Calgary ire D. Sang. Lath YonnsV Korsport end Brodle.. side 1501 1st Ave. North. Ainumber of pleasant social events are bringing together many friends of Mrni n. T. Brrmner. who leaves short ly 16 make her future home In ton, Ont., where Mr. Brymner will managership of the Bank of Commerce. Tuesday, April 6th, at the Knoi A. H. Deuoon united In marriage Hla May and Samuel RoblMon, both of EUikoin Mr. Robinson, brother of the groom was present ceremony. "Mr and Mrs. Robinson will Mr. and Mrs. Tom Archbald and family have sailed on the Mellta for Bristol, England, where they Intmd to make their future home. Mrs. H. G; Cochrane, who has been recently operated on for append icitbi, at tho Van Haarlem hospital is progressing favorably and will leave tor Victoria as to travel. Needs, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris, Mr. nd Mrs B Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. H. "You are getting on In White Mr. and Mrs. C.. Allwool. fine Harold. If you keep on ir and Mrs. W. L. McKenzle, Mr. I you'll knqw as much as your teacher.'' nd Mn. Sam Porter, Mrs. W. Harold: "What! I'd know as much .Cent, Mr. Vvm- Scott, Mr. W. now It I had the book in front of me, Mr. and Mrs; George Porter, Mr. and JIke she has." T. Ridpath, Mr. W. Uidpath, Mr. 0. C. Foster, Miss a Mr. and s. O. B. EdEett. cost ot living bonus amounting to 4 has been granted to teachers ot fieglna ColliglaW Inatituto by the THe black -velvet Vports coat is be- ing revived at Palm Beach, where the vogue for black aud ia resiujn- Bible tor the many black sweaters and coats worn with whiU sklrtn. Said a shrewd minister before the Board In the case of those getting over' collection was taken up': "Those who a year. Those getting less than I are tn debt need not put anything on will receive a bonus ol 10 per I tho plate." The collection wis double ceni. the usual amount. CHUnCHEtvAND'-SOCIETIES On the occaiioh of-Sgt- Major Wade, of the R. CJ-'M.-P-i leaving for the his dance on at the barracks in Ctappell's orchestra. furnish the music. i Toe L. A. dance, which Is to _k t_ Two hundred and fifty guests rath ered In the Masonic hull list night to celebrate tho grand opening staged hy the IJethbridge Masonic lodges and tee Leaf Chapter, O. E. S., No. 1. Botli the hall and the lodge rooms were beautifully decorated with official Insignia. The walls ot the nuAltorlum were draped in -bunting, gathered In the with the east- ern star and the wjuare'and compass. The orchestra pavilion was set out in the same manlier wllh Uia excep- tion that a large eastern cen- tred aud made prominent with electric v The dancing program was one such BB nas not been enjoyed In Lethbridge (or a Ions time. It was such a pro gram that took many bock in thought to the days before Jan Invaded tho dancing realm and steps and fox the W Meeeh French Minuet, Velita, and many other dances much enjoyed days by joyable affair. rnd -W. 3. Kelson. 7rlr. M McMnhon was fort- unate holder of ticket No. 282, which the elder clement. Although. tBo was such that would handicap dancing if all at- vas tho lucky number in the raffle tempted to get. on the floor at one for tho beautiful point lace buffet time, there wan a splendid spirit or icarf held at the Colonial theatre last comradeship evident whicn showed 11- nlglit by tho. ladles of St. Patrick's church. The Central W. C. T. tl., will meet self In the form of sacrifice BO that others could donee with enjoyment, At one time during the evening tho married people were invited to eo at the home of Mrs..H. M.'Whlolding- downstairs and give the-young people ton. 620 14th 3L S., on Thursday even-1 an opportunity to have tho floor to ingl April Sth. at S o'clock. Miss Cant-'themselves. This was done at luncli eron of the TrsiveTlK-g' Aid, .will give time, n talk on her .work and all Interested When tho lodge room doors were are invited to ittcnd. Knox church choir members are re- Ladles at 7.45 and men at thrown open to tho guests a benutifu scene was disclosed. Tno laulcs were set. in a tasteful manner, being decor minded, that choir practice is called nted with carnatjons and streamers fc? evening in Knox. Luncheon wns served with a true Ma church. 8.30. The Ladles' Aid of Church meet 'tomorrow afternoon, Wed- nesday, at In the ladles', parlor for their regular monthly meeting. Election of offiojrs will take place for the coming year and refresh- ments will be served. Hostesses: Mrs. T. S. Fellcrly and >ire. W. A. Martin. sonlc "standard." The young were luvltfrcl to lunch following th conclusion of the repast by the eiders R. W. Txing was -M. C., and the (o lowing committee made the arrange Roia scold chances are are under- plenty to eatiut not enough real Builds bone, tissue and brain, ShreddedMeatBiscuit is all food, Itis lOOper cent Vkiiole wasted or iiirovm ft: is a food that strength and health to youngsters and grown-ups. ALoonto motliers because so easy to eerve, Hvo of these little of witliliotmilk make a iiourisMng ine ments: Meadainoa John H. W. Meech, It. W. Long, C. Allwoo and Misses M. Gibson and J. Conn and Messr.'. E. J. llossiler, J. A. Flelci A. E. Uupcn, J. B. :Hannarcl, K'. Cu' Ton Fleciwood ond This committee wished to thank-the The Women of Mooseheart Legion Ten-Ill Floral Company, W. L. Me- will hold a social tomorrow ovenlns Kcnzle and Company and Wni. Sy- in' Momse Hall 8.00. monds for the electrical effects; the I Dispatch Printing Compady, and the The Civic Employees union mcmters of !bc Orders wllo walled holding a Whlat Drive and Dance ih0 at the luncheon table, the Ixslhbrldp? Herald for nnnoimce-. menls, and the ladles of Hie Order, who refreshments. Music wan furnished by Messrs. J. Alexander, Wright, Cbappell, Coatcs and Smith. Following were present: n. Dob Chlawlck, G. Chip- wick, Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. T. 0. Tur- ner, Mr. T. O. Turner, J. C. Kedman, C. W. Manson. Mrs. Hodmcnd, Wor- shipful llrother 'Lander, Mra. K. M. Hurgmimn's hall on Friday evening ef tills week. A meeting of the Municipal Chapter 1. 0. D. E. it colled for 1 p.m. on Wed- nesday In the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. ilM all officers of three primary cluptors. All members are. requested to be prepared to pay their fees flt this moetlng. The A. V. P. A. meets Thursday of this week, at S p.m., in th6 St. Auj- iiBtln'3 hall. Evory member is to ba (rresent ns pi'eporatlon will bo commenced for the congrcgstional facial. The business meeting of tho Wo- nen's Blblo Class of the United Is postponed until further notice. o WcaUy 3 p.m., th-s monthlv meeting of L. A. 8., Blcc "BMER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at Ail without the "Dayer Crocs' Laniicr. Mrs. II, Gaetz, Mirs Hun- ter, R, Cacti, ii. Husband, Mrs. ft, H. Lane. Mrs. A. L. Ilrotvn, F. 0. Fonnard, Mrs. Dora Hay, H A. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. b. T. Allen. Mr. anil Mri. B. J. Swdnson, Ian, Miss Geoghegan, Mr. Wa'soii, Mr. end Mrs. Peter Lund. Mr. nnd Mrs. Winter, Mru. W. S. Ehorer, Mrs. U. S. Winter, Miss N. Beaton, R. A. Hnffern, Dr. and-Mrs. 0. W. Leech, tlon of offkerc. Full attendance. S Mrs, N cho Is, R. 0. iJplon, Miss But p.m., mid-week service. Thursday, s w- A. o 7, an afternoon tea will bo served Doughty, Mrs. Harrli, Miss Helen n ladles' parlor., of Weslay McKlllop, M Us W. Hsffem W llaf- rhurdi under auspices of UA.S. Mrs. Oco. McLcod and Mrs. Hugh Taylor. Thursday, 4.15: Junior choir practice; 7.30, Hoy Scout meeting. fVltl'oy, 5 p.m.; Senior choir practice. fero, Mrs. W. T. lyinford, Ed. Davis, Mrs. Ed. Davis, Mr. and lira. W. II. Drown, Mrs. Fslltrly. Miss Hnzell, 'Mr. A. McKlllop, J. II. Cor- mic, MH. J. II. Cormie, Mrs. C. C McLean, Mr. C. C. McLean, 'Jlr, T. If The Weather Man Cannot Deliver the, We Can "v'1': With the fashions of the season established "and practically complete, now logical time to; summarize one's shopping. Those who visited our open- "irig last ,W6ek.were very much impressed with the wonderful assemblage of mer- chandise carried. This was particularly rnoticeable in the Dress Goods and Ready- Depts. THE NEW SUITS Favored Fashion Here. WOOL TRICOTINES, WOOL POPLINS, BOTANY SERGES, GABARDINES Embodying as they do EO many charms In style and trimming ef- fects, mucu individuality. They will easily captivate all lov-crs ol stylish clothes. If you have not .bought your new our stocks SiKord you a wide of choice at reasonable prices. TREACHEROUS WEATHER CALLS FOR A WOOL SWEATER AS v .PROTECTION. Knitted iu (aucy slHch ol fine quality yarn, tas- sel finishes. V-neck in front. Collar has stripes ot contrasting- colors. Can be bad iu all the newest shades. They Icok very smart when worn and are useful aUo. "Ripple" Sweaters The "very latest" In woo! sweaters; the rlpplp is 'seen from waistline to iiera. Comes in the new art shades. Tuxedo Coat Syveaters This is a sweater that Ins a decidedly tailored look., Made of wool Jersey, cuffs and pocketa are trlm- nifd with 'buttons o: same material; somo.hayo novelty belt, others have n sash at the waist. With Novelty Btlt S23.75-'' With Sash BEAUTIFUL WOOL SCARFS In three different -wWthij, the widest being tlnlihed with pock- eU. The narrow width scarves -come in very pretty striped ef- fectt. All the new art shades are v to be seen in the full range. Prices Hew About jYour Doorstep? It will yonr rugs and car- pets, to say nothing ot the dirt brought in the house these days X If yon tare a good doornw'.. i Cocoa Door Mats 14rZ4 Cocoa Matting Mats WITH COLORED DESIGNS 17x27 85c .19x30 Corsets far Everybody Style is only corset deep, and a gown is usually just us smart aa the foundation over which it is moulded. We stock the following ;nr.kcs list have won (he approval of fashion's experts.. Mod art, front laced, white and The Goddcts, front laced, white nd pink ......UDO to La Diva, back laced, white and pink IS.OO t6 P. C. Corwt, back white and pink to MR BUSY HOUSEWIVES WOMEN'S BUNGALOW AP- striped and floral patterns in good 1 nn wash prints. P.'.cc WOMEN'S HOUSE In big variety. Materials aro ginghams and chambrays. plain, choc'K and striped pal- lerns. Trimmings of contrasting materials. Price to Rag Door Mats Thcy.comt ip light colors In an oval shr.ped design. They 'are well made and of good sub- stantial weight. 16x36 inches SPECIAL VALUES FROM THE DJY GOODS DEPARTMENT DIRECT IMPORT OF AMERICAN NOVELTIES IN PLAID beautiful gonds nro very exclusive and hard to procure. We are showing a find range in tone of .irey and purple, grey and jade, black, white and purple; black, white and rose. They corns In 60 Inches wlis, and aro really lovely.goods. Q TC Our special price, while they last, yard NAVY make. CO inchc-3 wide. Indl- n ro, go dyfi Special value at, yard.............1..........-- t NEW NOVELTY CHECK three pieces to select from. All the newest- rioveltlea procurable. 54 inches wide. Q (Jn Splendid-value at, yard................................. O.OU DONT FORGET OUR NAVY SERGE AT J5.95 value is exceptional and the boil Is getting thinner every C QC day. Yard i. J PENMAN'S LISLE HOSE-Trln -Bhite, block and brown. All siies. Perfect fitting and fashioned. Special barzaia at, OC_ HEATHER yen" newest. In sizes i CP 8 and 9H- and nc.w suit and scarf belts In patent leather, dull and brown to'nts are f.H here. Prices from, to The name Is Hie dinmlviof TftSlcfi rf Aspirin" which Mint of genuine Aspirin.. H posi- contains pron-- ilirotllons for iircly iilcntilies thn only gtnuir.i! Hradarhc, Tnoih.irh.1, Ksrechc, _Noil- Aspirin liyj ralgh, Neuri- Yilivslciniis for over nineteen "i.-, ni'-i Tain generally. made in Canndn, i Tin bcucs.of M Ublels coat- but AlwaTd buy nu unbroken Larger ''Bayer" There Is only one cnsi taf "Bayes" Araliln ll tlio IrMln mnA In CanMtl of BITCT o< Mono- dtdtraclflcp'.cr rf sallcyi'tocld, While it ta wcH ihit A.-pJUr. means l.mnuficliiTc. ty j.-jl.llc nralnft iho of UJVC.-Conuua7, T.'lil atampi te'-K iri-Js tho "flovcr croir." Men's Wear Depirlment INTERESTING ITEMS FOR MECHANICS AND OUTDOOR MEN "Headlight" Combination Tho Ideal for garige or Made of stout .khaki drill, semis well stitched 'throughout. Price, Men't Oreralli Standard jn'akea'in' plain and str.pEd Materials that are of good quality. AU sizes, Men's Work ShirU A big range to choose ftonv In rlucks, galateas, dvllfS and flunnels. tn Wiakl, brown grey, butcher biuo nnil nssorled stripes. RTen's Wool Coloro include grey, brown, navy and fawn. Priced at to Ken's Genuine HorsebUe Genuine Horsebide Men's 7Sc and DIMITY BEDSPREADS We have just unpacked a. splendid nhipment of Wmity Bedspreads. The klni} everybody wants. In medium and large sizes. The designs arc handsome and shows up yvell on these beautiful goods. Prices each VOILES Our stock of voPfi, includes all tho lovely floral effects. Beau- tiful fancy plaids and foulard designs as well ns plain tones and all while. goods were bought early in N'ow York and London and the prices are the', lowest possible.'You should see this splen- before; dec Whig on your dress length. Prices to yard. HORROCKSES' LONG CLOTHS MADAPOLAMS They are all here. The finest cottons in the world. 59c, 69c and 85c yard. DEPARTMENT IT 7O BUV'MORE THAN YOUR IMMEDIATE .REQUIREMENTS AT THE3E PRICES. Pineapple Marmalade, Mrs. Eamen's 4s, per tin Pineapple Marmalade, Mn. Eamen's glass 16 oz., each..............................45c Orange Marmalafle; Maikin's, 4s, per tin 00 Orange Marmalade, Sherriff's, Zs, glass jar, each 55t- Crange, Marmalade, Wethey's Is, glass jar, each 30c CROSSE BLACKWELL'S VINEGAR Malt Vinegar, large size bottle............. 45c Malt Vinegar, small size bottle............25c BREAKFAST CEREALS Pnffed Rice, Quaker, Z packets for.........35r Puffed Wheat, per packet................ 15c Krumbles', Kellogg's, 2 packets f or.........'. 25c Phones 313 and 1313 The Firm for Service ;