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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. AI'IUL 15, M1K LKTHBBIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN M1LAD1 PHONE 12M Veber li remaining la Ottuwa for music. Mr. Win. Holt eavo two humor- the holidays. ouj readings, .Mr, Alf Gurr and Mr. T. Koberts saug the "Larboard Watch Iho latter also contributed "The vocal solo, aiio. Mr. T. 11. Ourr and Mr. T. Roberts gave a violin 'Uuat, accompanied by Mrf. J. after -which llglil'refresh- ments were served. The party iaclud- Mr. and Mrs. Blair lllulry arrived tho lal iome yesterday, Mrs. Hlpley having Death of No! Joined her husband iu N way Lome from cg on Ms Friends In the city will be pleased 16 hear that Nursing Sister- Victoria Nib lock, ol Victoria, B.C.. fs reluru- i Ing from on the Car mania, ed the Kev. and Mrs. E. J, Mr. and MM. Holt, Mrs. Hofg, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Mr. 4 4, A which, It la expected, trill reach Halt- 1 E. Hail, Mr. N. Hall. Mrs. Allen', 4 j lax this weekend. Signaller II..B. Chaplin, iI..M., JefL for Edmonton to visit relatives iheru. 1 a Senator'De Veber Js home during Iho -Easter recess of parliament. Mrs. Not A .mars ihe perfect 1 appctrance of hercom- F pJeiion. Permanent and temporary skin troubles ate effectively ltd. Reduces un- natural color and corrects asysliins. Highly antiseptic, with beneficial results cs i curative tgcnl for 70 yeais. Oriental.Cream H OT I BUNS FOR GOOD FRIDAY H'eady Thursday ACtcrnoou" at Four, 40c a dozen Open All Day Friday Driver W. of tie Bat- Icry, later transferred lo thu 3Mh Bat- tery, is homo from overseas and has gone through to Kamloops, whcro biE parents now reside. Mrs. I Dr.) A. C. Grematiay, of nay- mond, who has successfully recovered Irom her recent critical allack ot pnouitioula, has been removed from Gait Hospital lo tbo liouic of her brolher-In-laH', Dr. J. K. Lovering, where sho will remain for a few days to convalesce before returning to her home. Mrs. H'. C: -Salmon and iltlle liavo returned from California tney spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lund have returned from Ihe coast where they spent the winter. 4. tf A pleasant surprise party Invaded the home of Sir. Mrs.'T, R. Gurr. 731 Hth SI. N'., last evening in honor of Sergt. W. Martin, and an enjoyable time ivas spent in games, gongs, read- ings, Instrumental and phonographic M. ReeU, '.MIES Mr. and Mrs. Alt Gurr. Mr. auil Mrs. J. Gurr, r. N. Gurr and sixteen younger ones. The party J, Gurr a: ney, ws they are leaving on day for a slk-moutus' visit to EngUml. r concluded by wishing Mrs. tnd children a jour- Mre. L'. .A- Eweit entertained the executive of the Sir Alexander. Gait Chapter and Hie returned soldiers committee yesterday afternoon iu honor of Mrs. W. Spencc. A few friends ot Mrs. If. PaVsons gathered at the home ot YounE last evening to spend the eve nhlg with ilrs. Parsous, is re turning to her home in Gleichcn this week. CHURCHES AND oo Xternoon at 3.30 o'clock. are asked to meet at 3 o'clock, and members are Unrily reminded that the- mile, box be'passed. i The llible Class will meet at the home of '.Mri. URICC-, 1512 4th Ave. N., loflficrrow atlornuoa at 3 o'clock. There will bo a meeting of tbe -Major Jack Boss Chapter, 1. O. D. B, on Wednesday afiernoon at 4 o'clock iu the convent room. SOCIAL EVENTS Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARM I1S.OO TO A WEEK If you cannot years in hospital or are past hos- pllal age'linill, send name anil addresi year book explaining tbe M C. S. N. Method ot study- ing trained nursing." State'age. The. Chautaaqna School r of Nnnmg JAMESTOWN, H. Y. Tbe Knox Canadian Girls In'Train- g will meet at the home ol .Mrs. W. Hamilton, 301 7th Ave. S., on Wed- esday at 7.30 p.m. The Woman's llible Class witlrmeet n. Knoz on flernoon at 3 o'clock. This is son- enominational and all are cordially viled. The Womanjs Civic Club will meet n Wednesday afternoon al 3.45 in the oom recently vacated by the ..Red rqss, office building. All memrt. li tkc Wti "Ftnt AM." ttt Mtvug Mtlteptlc kin iB premrtbac h. rkk, _____ II ti pinlj bcrtal mtt mvtalns sw poitopoM coMiuc mtttrt. Take Mburtwtt. stt narne on eTtry box IMMM Ruiti tain on Mn. 1, E. Blerwirtk at CirrxJufl, writes: "My little mi rit the Mf Iiis (infer. it wai tach a leittre cut, I wu going to take Sim to 4 dorter, bat In the mtlnlimc to cne the pain, I ifflM tmt Thiiitoppcdtlrtblcttling and g_irc kim Mcb rtlief Ifwt be ceased crying wtrfied quile al east. I therefore derided to.Kt if Z4n-But would heal .Kelt day 1 replaced day; 2ara-Bui. CoApkte cure Formfr Governor, in Politics Up Till I8M MONTREAL, 'Apjll Sir Aujuste K. Angers, K.C., attorneyieneral In ihe Detoncherrllle admlnlttratloii, for- mer Ifenteninl-goT error of the pror- Ince of Quebec, meinoer of the Thomp- lon admlnlatratlon, wltk a seat In Ihe tenale. who played a prominent part In politics until ratirenent la I8M, when the Tapper administration was defeaied, died it his home In Westmonnt' last digit. Sir Aognste Has taken 111 with pneumonia on Jan- uary 25 and since that tine bas beta confined lo hit bed. Hf wu born ia QWrbee'on October 4; !the son of the laic Frances Angers, mdToeale; ediicsted at Xlcoltt College and liter Uval University, Quebec, where he took his He ed a knight In Deceaber 'OUR HOME NEEDSiT FREE H6NOR J, MIMORY XONTRBAL, o( tpeet to the memory ol Torpio 1 there will ke oo aeetton of the i.Modt- Ml .Mock rirniiatjt I ft. AjrU H. Only Three More Shopping Before Easter Overflow Easter Showing News from Page 9 Hens Wear, Shoe DepL, Groceries Here STORE OPEN UNTIL 9.00 O'CLOCK THURSDAY AND SATURDAY EVEN- I INGS. i SHOE DEPT. LADIES MJ BUCK With military heel. This is a real smart shoe. Regular 510.00. rn Special I.DU LADIES -GREY KIQ This one of. the with French heel. Regular 15.00. 1 -i An Special 11.UU INDIES' CHOCOLATE KID With whlto welt and military heel Regular J15.W. 1 1 nX Special ll.WU LADIES' BLACK AM) BROWN KID A -large selection In all sizes. Regular f 6.00 to >8.0fl. Special MlSSES'i V1CI And Kunmetal In button and lace. Classic make. Alt 11 to 2. Regular J4.50. Discount LADIES' BLACK AND TAN NEOUN OXFORDS only Z'A-t'A. Regular fa.OO. M AA Special 4.UU CHILDS' PATENT AND KID Blucter ami imtton 4 to Regular n.70. 5.49 CHILDS' PATENT ANKLE STRAP Siiea 4 to Regular nn 1.6U -lilTTiiE Assorted lot in rid bluclier, gnnmetal, box kip and patent ind kid tops, Bu.t- er Brown make. Regular to 9 OC Special'.. I JUiD BOYS' GUNMUTAL AND BOX KIP la a good wearing shoe. Regular O 1 C Special J.lj MEN'S BOX GojjmeUI hinder. Some with NBOlin soles, Sovereign stake. Regular f r A HOO to Spedal MEN'S ASSORTED Of box Wf blucber and gnnmetal button. All good wrrtceable 4 AA boots. Regular Special 4.UU To Our Many Patrons and Friends: .Wish to Announce We tlave Secured a i Limited Number of EASTER 1 .11 IIES IN BLOOM AND BUD Lillies and flowers are very scarce this year, and we would ask you to make and early selection. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR EAStER WEEK IRISH DAMASK CLOTHS i 52xe: inches, perfect bleach in four designs. Each A....... 54iM Inches, perfect bleach hi two' O or designs. Each inches, rose design. ?n Bach 2.50 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY SO yards Chlntt, regular per yard, i me 'or 1.1 D Width is 6C laches wide and beautiful desisn. MEN'S WEAR DEPT. .MEN'S NAVY BLUB SEKGD ot an imported English serge, tut color. OA AA JU.UU -MEN'S'SHOWER-PROOF TWEED OViaiCOATS with either set la or raglan 'anoolder. Priced from 512.5ft Mib Linen hemstitch- M. Real old itock. Per half BOYS 'SPRING assorted colors. Priced from SOc to WASH large aaaortmeat styles and Sim 3 lo 6 yean. Priced from It.OO lo BOYS' COTTON navy, wklle and bine. Assorted trims. t to 10 yean, Price WC MEN'S SILK colors nary, brown, tan, grey, palm Mack, ireeo and bine. nr Priced and MEN'S L1SLB col- CA 'ors. All sites. Price..................... OUC FANCY Boxed. Price 1 AA pair ..J HJQ MEN'S MERCERIZED COTTON COMBINATION of SPRING Made In Norfolk aod fPinchback stylo la aHorted treys, nary blue. Prices from IT R50 to YOUNG MHN'S TWO-PIEJCB Awrted fancy tweeds and worsteds. Sites 34 to AA Priced from 1 1 7.50 to 13.JJU BOYS' CORDUROY Sites 26 10.3Z. BOYS' All ftKl. Priced np from BOYS' Made in mediam weight in tan, blue and brown. Priced 'at, pp.from BOYS' SCHOOL In bine and Priced at, np from .....i..' BROWN UNION ALL. Per anil The Store of Quality Groceries THE FIRM FOR SERVICE. You can alwaya raat aamrecf thai will nrlni Mok te us far Seed Potatoes, o CA 100 Ibs. Blue Label CaUop, large CA- ttte, per bottle 9VC Libby's the qmlKy of our (oetfa Is everything would with kind further Mr right. _ Sa-errlffs 4s, per tr. SherrlfTi It, per bottle Comb Hooey, lUUlns, Deeded, Green J Ribbons, 11 M. 14C RaWni, Seediest, Grit- flu, 11 or, 2 for SUrck, sllrer (tlon, per Con, Z packets 30c 17c Powder, Royal JCf lOc fioda Blsciiti, about (H Ib. PHONE Crown, per packet Old Dutch Cleanser, per tin, each Goda Bisculls, North West, fam- ily site, each OUR SERVICE SATISFIES Kream Krisp, for cake and pastry, In place of bat- ter, per tin In packets, each 25c and Barrlngton Hall Sotoble Coffee, Tilrson's Fine Oatmeal, 4 Ib. packets, each Ne.w Laid per down Lettuce, Oreeh Onions, Rhubarlb, Spinach and Asparagus. 55c 30c SOc 35c PHQNE3I3 y ;