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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta m 1020 UF.RAIJTt FIFTEEN PERSONAL K. A. Lilly, oC Calgary, is In Uie city.' 9 Mr. and ilrs. C. C. JIacLean are spending a few days in Calgary. Mrs. H. IX. Williamson, of lUdlclne registered-at the Alexandra hotel. -Mr. b. H.- who has teen visiting In tlifl city for a ffx days, returned Wayna yesterday. Mr. T. P. Godden, of the Standard Dank, returned from a vacation spent at the coastal cities. 4- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ophelia .rose was by aer cousin, Miss Margaret 3ioore, of Uelbbrldge. Roberta Brennon and Jlary Smith acted as the flower girls. and Louis Breiineu supported the groom. After the ceremony a delight-' ful neddlng breaWast was served at the home of' the bride. Ttie bride tbe Recipient of many beautiful and useful gilU. Mr. and Mn. Costa ivlll reside In Coletoan, a 4 TORONTO WEDDING TORONTO, April In one of the most fashionable weddings of many seasons here, Beryl Bealty, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Jlrs. Clinrles granddaughter of tho two old and yrom'nent of Gooderhams and BeattyT became tho wifo of 3Iajor Albert Geuollu' Poupore, son o! the late J. B. and Mrs. Poupore, ot Van- couver. Major Viator fiifUm was best man, and JfUs Nellie Green, maid of honor. Thd Right Hovcreutt the Bishop of I Calgary will bo the celebrant and t at the Holy Communion vico it 11 am. oa Sunday nest at St. The Class of Merchandise Carried by This Store Is Reilected in Our Window Displays This Week church. The Major Jack floss Chapter, .1. 0. L.j will hold their regular monthly meeting tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at t o'clock In the y. M. C. A'.' A LITTLE'BIT OF EVERYTHING The latest form of indoor amuse- ment at English country" houses is to Veuve one's own trimmings era a small nand-loom. This Central W. C. T. U. will meet ui tue of Mrs. H. M. Whidding-j ton, 620 Uth St. S.. tonight at S.OO.' Canary yellow is lo be ones of Hie :MIss Cameron will give a talk on ber best colors for outdoor wear this work-ani all interested are cordially season, invited lo alteud. InvllaVions Issued to .the Hats to'match the modish Swiss frocks at.Palm Beach arc of the same members of tlidT G. W.' their material. and sweethearts to a social; evening which will be held in the G.! Newest Paris blouses show orna- W. V} A. club rooms on Thursday evc-i menta In Chinese, Greek or Egyptian 16lh. Admission free. I designs. Among of this i Dalmcny and tho Duchcsa'ofi -AV dance Westminster, most recently, in the Masonfc.nnll'on'Friday, April ra-msrrlcd divorcee, ar8s to, make a i 9th. I special exhibition of trotting I at the International Horse Show to Tb6 following-.list of.Rotarlans left be held for the first lime ifi five years for Caleary bn'TKurEflav to. attend 'at Olympia ncit June, the annual convention of plstrict No. 19, which is on Friday and Trlcolette mid georgette ore again Saturday: to enjoy much vogue this Mr..and Mr.j Mrs. B. AinSVprili, rMr. and aire.i Did you over try Beelung happiness A-. an'dtjirs. O.-B. Ed-'by making-others less-unhappyJi gelt, lir. nitdXt3- John Bass, Mr. and] Mrs. C. P.- Blotchcr, Mr. and Sirs. JJ No matter'how mnch be tries to dis- W. Bawden, Mr.fnnd Mrs. W.'Barna- guise the fact when a man is using the cat, Mr. and 'Mre. II. O. Clarke, Dr. phono ynu can always tell if there la and Slra. W. :P. Craig, Mr. arid Mrs. a woman at tho other of the line. JIugh'- Crawford, 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy- K. Davidson, Mr.' and -Mrs. G. H.: When Miss Barry, the English golf Dlxon, Mr. aud lirs. John Dowe, Mr. I champion, was recently married, her' and Mrs. W. H.'Faltlield, .Mr. end slrl friends went to the church armed Mrs. John Gltmore.'Mr.' and Mrs. C.. with.golf cluha, wilh which they form-i 15. MacKIntosh, Mr ,'nn'A Mrs. S. a'trlumphal arch at the entrance Porter, Mr. snd G. Robert-, rorai.'.- Bon. Mr. and Mrs. T. Ridpath, Mr. and i Mrs. F. R Spoonoi1, Mr. and Mrs. n.', Jersey dresses m Russian blouse, S. Winter, Mr. J. Ritchie Patcrson and coat models and straight lino effects sister, Mr. a H. Harris, G. Hoy, R. U. in tan and dark colorings are to ho Boherts, II.- B. smart Ihls spring. It. Barrowman, Dr. and Mre. O. Leech', Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wadding- ton and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R Fleming, Mr. ond Mrs, R. W. Long. o i t SOCIAL A very pleasant and informal lea was held at the Nursing '.Mission on Tuesday afternoon when the members of the board gathered io eny Wiimen in Vancouver, B.C., aro ar- ranging fora dflvo .to ralES to erect a woman's 'building. The wonderful diamond anil sap- phire butterlly so oilen worn by Mme. Palti, hns been sent by Baron.Coders- trom in memory of his wife to tho Children's Jewel Fund: Only llireo in oven' thousand of women in Egypt know how to read and write. "Wallers hns been looking hye'to Mrs. K f. Brymner, who has Pretty his daughter got mar- i "vk you see, he had no HUfJord o -OTC" hta hta, found ho would ,av presented Sirs, Brymuer with a string t of noarli, the regret felf.lier of her departure from the city ond assuring her that tho love nnd good to put wishes of eve-y member would so with her. An enjoyable social was held lust, evening at the home of Mrs. C. '.ay, when 21 neighbors and associates gathered together lu honor ol Mrs. Collier, Sr., who Is leaving shortly One of tho very first to sigh peti. tlons for woman suffrage in England was Charles Darwin, uatur-ilift. the A. f. OF L. CONVENTION MONTREAL IN JUNE MONTRBAU April Mor- rison, secretary of tho American Fed II. Holt, The guet of Honor was nre.jih-an. 1200 rented wlfh an address and travelling has showing the love and esteem in .Svhlch she is he-Id. are expected lo Sirs. W. S. Groy was hostess at a .lira. iv. a. iv.is uosiess at a A..-II f vcry dellgl.tfiil farewell tea on Wed- A! r" nosday alturnocin in honor of Mrs. 11. T. nrymncr. The -Bon Ton Club entertained at one of their usual enjoyable dances last evening In Harper's hall. Splen- did music and a good floor added to Die pleasure of tbe ten couples pres- ent.' Price of ico at Now York will ad- vance trom CO cents a hundred Individuality Finds Expression in the New Coats Every woman buying a coat aims first lo secure a style that is becoming and BO art. Matorlala too are import- Is the Cur New Spring Coats WEDDINGS A very rretly wedding was solemn- izt-il In'the Holy Ghost church, Colo- man, -on Monday mornlnjr, when l.ouUa, doiiRhler of Mre. M. 'Urenueu, wa3 united In marriage to Stev'o Costa, of Mr, and Mrs, S. Costa, ot Fer- ule. The Ilev. Father McCorniack officiated. Tho bride woro o white dress of satin do cheiie, with silk net over dress, and carried A bouquet of Oxo Cubes coniain tbt ricb flourish- ment of prime beef in io compact snd oonvenlent a Torm that they are banjy for use anywhrrc, at any time, Ju5l a a hticuit or two a lifht igiltinin j meal it ready. hapully combine all these features, materials are velours, polo cloths, trico- tlncs, serges and Donegal U-eeJs. The smart leather coats aro also seen, uarrovy belts and jileats nre. BtroBE- ly featured. Novelty buttons aud gay iinlngs giv-3 tho da- sired touch of color these. garments. Priced at lo The New Skirts Are Irresrslible Beautiful plulds, rich colorings, nnd.. materials whicli quality is at once apparent, aro some of the features of tho uew skirts for this season.- ChitrmlDg ongl'-iallty is seen In Ihe varlQUB 5tylo details. JIaterials arc wool plaids, French serges. tricolettca, Barouettc satins, georgettes and silk Jersey. Prices from SERGE SKIRTS J Navy and Bkck to SILK POPLIN SKIRTS v Bkck and Colors, each Boys Toggery Depi; BOYS' BLOUSES In neat patterns and stripes 6 years to 12 -I [Jft years. Price BOYS' PRINT SHIRTS In light and dark shadeE. Military collar' attached; sizes from to 14. -i Price 1.00 SPORT JERSEYS In various colors and stripes. Sfzes 2C lo 28, O ftft Sizes 30 and 32, o r at BOYS' COVERALLS Made of good s'lout and washable materials. From 2 to 7 yca-s. rjf frice.............. BOYS' SPRING VELVET'HATS In colors .brown, grey and black. Price...................................... Our Piece Goods Dept Now Complete The newest, the the litat U here. Tbe fabrics, the weaves, the color combination) and (let us say right hero) the price will delight you. Come today, Itoniorrw or Saturday and our llst'bt new fabrics. SILK DEPARTMENT SPECIAL BARGAINS IN WASH come In shades of rote, belelan, taupe, russlan, pink, sky, black, navy, wine, nleger, grey, saie. 36 inches n ft ft wldo and worth J2.76 yard. Hudson's Bay Price SEE OUR.3PECIAL CREPE DE every shade. This number is worth. 13.00 today. At, o Aft yard .............i..........................-.. LMv Dainty Waisls of Georgette and Crepe-de-Cbene VERY SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY 1 piece- Black Gabardine, 50 inches wide. Very firm and worth about 13.00 yard. 25 yards to "7Q sell Saturday Special, yard ENGLISH PRINTS We just received, alter many mouths waiting, a largo shipment of Koyle's famous prints. These goods are- absolutely guaranteed in every ,way. They come in n great range of navy blues, medium blues and light grounds, are 32 Inches wide and the dye is beautifully clear. These prints aro as strong as niany galateas and will out wear all other priuts. Hudson's Bay Special value WHITE COTTON SPECIALS T Horrock's "India" LonEcloth. The finest cotton made. SO inchcj wide. Usually' sold at 75C. yard. Our Price, yard................................. HORROCK'S MADAPOLAM The 36 As fiuu as nain- sook and twice as etrong. Our Price, yard...... HORROCK'S KHAKI DRILL British government shade. Color guaranteed for.all time. 2S inches wide. For riding or boyV tjg: EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN SILK FABRIC HOSIERY Comes in brown, naiy, white, mid-grey, cloud grey. They are beautifully made with double toes and heels, and clastic tops and fell at the moderate price of, -1 or" pair........................................... l.OJ SPECIAL- VALUE b LADIES BLACK HOSE Very strongly made, elastic tops. AH sizes. Worth today, 60c pair. 100 pairs only; to clear at OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Is no-.v completely stocked with the highest class gopda procurcblc, including Monarch Silk Hose, Holeproof Silk and Lisle, Peter Pan, Buster Drown, Buster's Sister, and Nip and Tuck for Boy's and Girls, as well as all !lhH most wanted weights In Ladies': Silk Lisle. The prlces'are all lowest possible and we can supply every size and color. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL ,1 piece only, Navy, serge, very strong and good dye. 50 inches wide. 20 yards only to clear, negular. nrlce ?2.75. Friday and Saturday, jard____f Boys' and Kiddies' BRACES, pair 40c to 50c 'Grocery Dept LAUNDRY STARCH Silver Gloss, Is, per packet......'... 17c Silver Gloss. Is, 4 packets for Silver Gloss, 6 Ib. tins, Celluloid Starch, per packet I5c WATER PRESERVER If the eggs arc fresh when nul In Hie solution they will