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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APK1L 111, 1919 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HiVKALD PAOE ELEVEN HLADI PHONI dun, the daughter of f'aptalu Cook. ot yarrsboro. Nova Scolil. Miss Conk [has juft been appointed fashion editor 'of the York Tribune. j Mr. and Mrs. H. Turner arrival In the city Ircm overseas. Mr. Turner enlisted in the 137th Bat- talion iu Calgary. church on account of her legislature duties but will epcak there. ou riundav, April mill. PERSONAL I While in the city to address the 'l.ocal Council of Women. Mrs. 0. I1 will he the guest of Mrs. Alei. Smith. 538 Slh St. south. Mrs. is provincial vice-president o[ the National Council of Women and t_is now returning to her home ia Mac- ileod, after attending a meeting of the [national executive it) Ottawa. Mrs. J. U. Ross Is spcndiug a month Paonia, Colorado. Dr. anil Mri. ,R. W. Lynn are lear today to spend three weeks hi Mln neapolis. Uochcstcr, Minn., and Win nipeg. Miss l.eah Young, who has al 'tending Toronto University, returned home yesterday to sjiend the summer Vacation. SASKATCHEWAN I. O. D. E. SOCIAL EVENTS RECINA, April lO.-There are non- 64 chapters o! the I. O. D. B. In Sas- katchewan. whereas at the beginning ln, there were only 21. accord- iini: to Uie report ot MTE. R. ,1. I.scVy, Hel'na. provincial organizing eecre- The D3.ucb.le! and held a very aiid Maids ot Ens- successful tlvea al here to- drlv. hut evening in the I. O. O. F. I Mrs. H. K. Morsan, of Saskatoon, edu hall about fifteen tables being iu I callopal secretary. presented a reparl play The prizes vrcreiwon by Mrs. [showing thai over volumes had Robinson and Mr. 11. Scott, flrst; Mrs. been placed in public school libraries Carnell and Mr. A. Scott, second; Mrs. Saskatchewan by the order in 191S Holllday and Mr. J. Wakelin, consol-jSne polnleil out thai the principal el BY MHO, m NHENBIpl As a of being knocked over by a car driven by Huooner. Tho- mas Ferfiuoa. aged 15 years, had two of his ankle bones broken, necessltat- Icj removal to the Gait hospital. Tho accident occurred.on the overhead bridge on Ninth street Bbout noon. boy, with others, was doing EOmfl "slufiU" ou a bicycle ar.d passed in front of the car before the driver vras aware of his movements, and it fmpoesrbie to pull up in lime. I atton. I forts of the order for the few Rev. A. H. Denoon. the bridesmaid MEETINGS St. Auguitin'3 choir will i practice Mrs. A. M. Utterly is spending a jthls week on Kridav at S p.m. instead few (lays in Oreat Falls. j of Thursday at the home of Mr. R. T. 1 The many friends of Mrs. Geo. biv on, S1J Avenue be glad Mrs. Andrew's.section of the Neil to know that she H recovering from of Kin will meet-with Mrs. A. Parks. 12th street B. north tonight at 7.30. Bryrnuer. n attack of toMlllltls. tendance. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Maclean left on the _ liternocii train for Vancouver and other coast cities. McLEOP-CI.lFFORD A pretty church wedding took place in the First Baptist church. Calgary, on Tuesday afternoon, when Miss Ada Jlcl.eod, of Calgary, was united -ill marriage to Mr. Oeorge Clifford, o! in the presence of some guetts. The couple were unattend- ed. Mdme. Beatrice Chapman played (he wedding inarch. The Rev. H. 11. Bingham was Ihe officiating pastor. A quiet'wedding was soleBaiilzedi the iiome'ot >tn and Mrs. 3, A. Harrii; 021 llth St. south, yesterday -after- noon In tlie'presenco-p! Ihe immediate relatives when Ella'Frances, the third daughter "of Tiir. snd Mrs.'TV Reynolds; was united marriage to Mr..Clan fourth sonMjf Mr. and Mrs. Clifford will spend their Mr. arid Jlrs. William John- M a tleatfj honeymoon in the city and Rill return H is to nola tbat "JaneJ Mrs. McKi.ney is unable to fill Her Mr. and Mrs. William John- MIC in ue cii anu re, Haryef's Bazaar, i. a (Jan.- 'engagement to speak at the United 'of Klngsloa, pnt. cpreroony.waj {to Vulcan, where the) reside. New Capes and Dolmans Ttiday Thousands, of. of bran rJ new suits, coats and dresses'. All -'being and all on display this week end. C Our Special Serge Suits at ARE THK WONDER fJF THE CITY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAYS SATURDAY BOWELS There, about 10.0 pair in thu lot. in a Wg sJie, Not t fine qual- ify, b'BJl .sjrom towels for hard These are an odd ioc so better loot'Uiess over. Regular SOc to fl.Oi) value. Week 'Jtf Bnd Special, STRIPED FLANNELETTE 350 yards; of rlret flan (haiicielte In assorted patterns. Oood washing and vil lies that are worth a sreat aipre today. It U a real barjaln tils 30 Inches wide. Week End Special, vard COTTON HOSE '300 pair of odd Hijes of children's hose In food quality of cot Ion In ribbed style suitable for boys and girli' Splendid color and ralui Siies 9, 10 only. Values up to 60c. Week Spccial, SILK BOOT HOSE 200 pair ot ladles' silk boot hoso. Full faihloiied tat good quality. We rood rano of sizes. Black only. ralues worth S5c to 11.00 Week Sntl pf Hpeclal, ulr.............. DDC WHITE FLANNELETTE Ten plecei of ftae whito flanneletle In excellent quality >nd .itilendld for children's light dretses, undorweat, etc. 2ci inched Worth 30c: yard. Wesk Rjid Special, BUNGALOW APRONS 'A'bir coTtnll fipronK lit good small neil (ienlirw. Thwc arsons (atlen lit Ihe back and havo a potVet and belt. Well nwic worth 11.25 to (1.35. Wwk Bud Specltl DRESSES AND SPRING SUITS mav-.tind'i num-. Jrtr -oE sue.) material Rs gab- tdc- Jer- a good of ihe Ranted colors. The modeis Inludu the box plain: I u II ored stj'leifi, others witb fancy vwls ia novelty styles. TO Blouses WHAT YOU PAY YOU'LL LIKE THE STYLES. H CREPE DE CHINE _ Colored crepe chine waists in tlesn, white, maize, grey, elc. Made with convertible eolUr. Hem- stitched front aud cuffs or pleated frontCaod "T fn trimmed with filst lace. Very special at, ,1 I PINK GEORGETTE A decided novelty, in pink dainty liuffy style made with frill ot material down tront in 'sort ot fichu. style. Pleated front. Very attractive at t, COLORED CREPE DE CHINE A dainty watMifor use' with a suit. These in various wanted "Made In slip over styles; also taffela In new high, neck stylo. Very o f _i 1 pretty at BLACKWAISTS We (iml a demand' for' black crepe At chine waists in good quality. These; are made with new round collar, the edje 'and cuffs are trimmed with. neat frill of self material. Oool range of n AA (tics, Al GEORGETTE WAISTS DRESSES when one turns to dresses- there Is such a hMt of captivating Uftcta. jerseys, Klges, satjns, georietloe, etc..- anil splen- did combination of materials. Such braidings, headings, em- lirolJerr and niffllnji, nil mik always been a boDby with and nerer have ttocki Hew such Tariety of Ve plac- ing on sale for this a number of odd and ned linen cors.ils, well THE CORNER EASTER DRESS GOODS FEATURING MANY SPE- CIAL VALUES. Novelty Plaids, and f PA Stripes............ Splendid Serges, all 'Jf CoTcrl CoallDK, M 1 AA inch................4.0Q Black Tuxah Cloth, 4 PA Granite Cloth in n CA light shades. .GUARANTEED Various styles and qualities in all the wmntid colora P J2.5IUJ3.H RIIBID TOP IILK JOicellent quality, heary Weight, black only. O. S. SILK f Made hi extra large lee, heavy -.Tslgltt. Ttty dnraWe. A AA hUck and while RIHED TOP LISLI HOSE Black and wblie oaly, -I AA very special O. LIM.K HOtE Veir rwds, white wd tntnn. i AA and l.WV, LlttE 8LOVEJ A full nail -of awl >lm, MK or 56 HEAVY CLOVEt Orey, ut btock, aH fancy 1 CC W1.EHWO MLK ALOVU ORIY SUEDE AND WMITI CAPE ttkOVM Very nd-nrr TalM. All slies Ctoldren's Crepe Rompers Sizes 2 to 4 years. Colors sky, pink, butcher'blue and white. Var atvlei. Perfectly fait colora and splendid tilting. Jl.W to Boys' Sweaters and OoM Pants ODO of Cortinj 10 to 11.51 Scotck y> lo it, t'otoTi brown, to CLARKE 6i43raAVE-3. LETHBRIDGE ;