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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 1U, TIIK UH'HRRIDG.B DAILY HKHALD PAGE FIFTEEN _ __ MILADI to "yesterday: Mrs? fllgia- O bptham and family ivilJ remain at 'PERSONAL. Mrs. J. Kinnlburgh arrived from Orcnt Falls Friday to visit her pareufc, 31r. and Mrs. M. Ijpgan. 4 Mr. and Jlrs. W. E. ttlmpEOn and family, of and Mr. Wil- liam Stewart, o( Kilmoulon. readied tho city today (o attend the funeral of their mother, the late Mrs. 'Mary Stew-art. iLteut. sud Mrs. E. Frame ar- rived for a few days' visit from Cal- Kary where Lieut. Frame is under medical treatment for injuries received in France. While In the city they ho the guests of Mrs. Frame's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Kemm, 533 14th St. S. e .Mrs: BlBsett .has arrived in tbe-cUr from aud-'will inako lier home In Calgary. At present she U the guest of Mrs. Rl J. Morning Albcrtan. Santa Monica until the close ot the school term at the euj ot Juny. Mrs. Jas. Long left ou Moqday night to visit lor a short timo with Dr. and Mrs. J. B, Long at Red Deer alter which sho will leave fpr, her liome at Godericb, Ont. Mrs. J. Niven and family have re- turned from liankheaU to their home oil. Till Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Maxwell, ot Coalflale, are taking tip their rest- at 1242 7th Aye. K.. ami wlH reniatn in the city for the summer. i Mrs. H. Parsons; who has been visit- ing with Miss Saphronia re- turned" to her homo- In Glelchcn to- day. Mr. Mrs. J, B. Barkiey and fam- ily left this afternoon for Purple Springs where they .will reside in the future. N., tomorrow IThursday) afternoon il 3 o'clock. 1 1 The LadtM1 Aidi Of iho First Bap- lUt church nill be at home to tho ladles confTcgalion on day afUruvbn; (rcua 3 to C in the church auditorium. A speda, bieat haa been made for the curing of the- children in the basement. The Blf ot Kuox church are EUTlnn 'opta' business luncheon in' thb basement of the church next Sat- urday, April 19ti, from U to L'. Tlte aro Mr. 0. B. EdgeU'haa returpeil from CHURCHES AND SOCJETIBS L business trip {o Calgary. I D. HigEnbotbam, who has Vlaltlug in California, returned The committee of th'e ladies1 swim- !lie auspicft of the Women's Civic prepared to lerre farlier to Club, hare decided that unless more ecrrinx daylight Mving ladles and children .take advantage ot tho ejU'nutu u> liiem by ancual "At'Homs" c: the Ihe Y. it. C. A., to discontinue as H Is Mission IB to held at the mis not fair to' monopolize Iliu gym and sloa, 428 13ta .St. H. on Saturday, pool when it is In such great demand April 19th, from S.3D to 0 o'clock. A by Ihe'men'and'boys'. So u'ulcss splendid musical program will be ren- h a greater attendance for the re- dered and a sliver collection in aid malmliyr of tills month they will have, of mlsiion wort received, to the classes. It Is hoped that! the ladles of the city n-lll not let this 1 'stevenil se'ctlon of the Xesl privilege slip out or their hands, 13 ot-K1n will mwt on Thursday evening until thU reason the classes at 7.30 with Wrs: Lackcnby, 211 hecn so much as can fly be seen when over ladies and children have been taucht the art of swimming, and as it is the cry. in Leth- "There IB nothing here for 'and lei .this one privilege be taken from you. The classes will lake nlaco as usual tomor- row the children at 4' nnd the .ladles at 7.30 o'clock. A lull attendance, please. ladies of Wesley church are holding an Easter sate on Thursday, April 17lh (tomorrow) of home cooking and candy. Afternoon tea .will be served. The sale will open at 4 o'clock. E The -women ot the W. C. T. U. will meet with -Mrs. Goldle, 53S 12lh St. There will no .-nccting of the First Aid clsssei .tonight. The regular monthly meeting of the Sir 'Alexander Gait Chipter, I.O.D.R, willibe held id Harpor's hall, llth St. at o'clock. The executive are asked to meet at 3 and members are kindly that the mite box ill' be paatrt. Sent. Gittus, onaniiing Eecrelary war savlacs stamp committee for southern Alberta, will address tho members and all are urged to be pres- ent. Roh't. P. Gamble, life long resident of BrocfcTille, b dead. EASTER SALE WAISTS No matter what you want in walsU you'll find our selection of novelty and exclusive styles most attractive.- It may be A plain pl.iue waist Iti maize, grey, sand, Trhite or flesh shade- A, striped waist, for wear with your suit or a sheer .one georgette crepe. F'ull range shea and pleasing shades. to SKIRTS A new skirt may he needed this Easter. We otter you a complete' and new stock of poplin skirts.In sand, green, brown, black and These have, just arrived tbU'week'by express. Novelty !llk Eklrti in black taffcti, fancy plaid and striped sljk.s ia styles that are right and at prices that will make no hardship oh even the slender, pnraw. tip EASTER HOSIERY, IN ALL LEADING COLORS -SEE: ;THE 5: 'fV NEW VESTS? WORN WITH SUITS AND CAPES SUITS HIGH GRADE EXCLUSIVE STYLES semi-belted models with. Iho new plaits and tucks. .close fitting suits sevorels- tailored. p-JIodcis ivllh coats in the box coat styles. slashed and braid Irimmed. -Many striking-now suits with vests and Waistcoats of fancy silk. All the New Colors Sand, Taupe, Navy, Black, Navy and Green OUK PniCES AKE niOHT to DRESSES EASTER FTtOCKS OF TAFFETA, SATIN, SERGE, JERSEY CLOTH. .CREPE AND GEORGETTE; many unusual tunic and draped styles Some are .beaded, others have nc.w braid-, cd effects and still otters make nse of embroidery. have' odd necklines softly finished with a fold, or outlined wlih beads of env broidery. colors In a variety and plenty of pretty color combinations. NEW CAPES AND DOLMANCOATS More of TJrose Beautiful Spring Wraps have just arrived. These popular oilier are hen In :i number of eicHutve styks. :Stylea tkit are dressy >nd plemalng In appearance. Cut fall, banging In gneefal drapes, forming one of the smartest effeeta taa{ haj been offered In ail outer garment for many seaeons.' Colon are .aasy. grey, and dell blue, also, silk capes in 'green and to BUY YOUR EASTER GLOVES AT RYLANPS More New Outer Garments In Time for Easter Buying ___ if SJ NEW CAPES AND DOLMANS silk lineu or uullotd, materUIs ire velours, serges, ptc. navy, brown, Uupe, sand, Peldn, black., etc. to NEW SILK AND SERGE DRESSES very finest styles o! the entire In sit the new and most want- ed colors. Sizes 16 to 44. to LOVELY XBW tailor- ed and very.handsome novelty styles. By Tor the finest showing In Southern Alberta. to SPECIAL SUIT garments of very fine navy serge, beautifully braided. All nev styles Sizes 16 to -42. Wondortul rft nn value......................dU.uU HANDSOME covens, trlcotlnes, series and vool velours In great variety ot choice. to Three dozen Lovely New n Pattern Hats' Just to hand by express m. time for f Easter buying. This lot added to; our already comprehensive ,stock makes up a selection of Hats which' for beauty of .styles, arid.'yarieiy of, choice has heVer before'been in this city. f Prices range from SLMi tfl Jlf.51 1.1 NEW CREPE AND GEORGETTE WAISTS The most altractire of the entire season in round or high buttoned collarc, In all the coloia anil sizes. to NEW SILK AND WOOL SWEATERS Pretty pull-OTers, and buUcwl Tront stvlee in 'either silk of pure vool, shown iti all the new high colors eo much in demand now. to Easter Glove Sale White wash cape Y'ith and grey suede gloves with "black; stitching, 'as cheap'as i HwySiJkHote Plain, clock ankles and stripeB.j All colorj. Ladiet'Union Fine Hale rib In plain or tight knee. All sizes, eitfx value. Perfect Frttmg A loTely model, suited to_ all special .ralae at the pride.j1 J SWEATERS Purchased lii anticipation of a certain demand ami featured this Kister ssle. Sleeveless Myles and slln-on styles wlilch nro usfid so much with capo or dolman coat wlien added warmth is needed. Silk Sweater Coals for wear ns separate garments in bcastiful colors novelty styles. Dainty Novelty Camisoles Thcso sre entirely new ajd cerlalnly will prove attractive lo any one who will look them over. One style made of fine sheer net embroidered In pink or blue in attractive design fcrlmmed with laco ribbon. Anolher styh made of (mo quality taffeta silk embroidered In con- traslln.j shade. These are very new. All sizes at J3.60. Made By Sir Edwirtf Hmnc LONDON, Afrtl 'WHERE THE STYLES AND BARGAINS GROW WOMEN'S PETTICOATS IMPflEMIVE In Uffefa, novelty plaUf, 'morfeti, bealherMotnaV all eprlM In the colors such at roae, pail- Ay, white, navy; wive aad black. CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN TIMEAHEADAFIER eclated >Pre ian' by Mffitary Hercules 10th' CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Campfire Slrls of Wesley larch are holding a bazaar on Thurs- ay afternoon. the many eatures frill be a "doll clothes n which there will be a (real Lay of doll bats, capes, dresses and inderclothee. The Klni's Own clan will meet .In inoi schoolroom tomorrow eTeainc at ;o'clock. EVENTS Toesdir irtemoon at her home cm th Ate. S., 'Mrs. W. L. McRentle, Worthir Matron of Maple Leaf Chap- er, (J.G.3., held a reception to the adiM rif the order In honor of Mn, Norton, Worthy Graid Matron of the Grand Chapter of Alberta, O.B.3. The tis antated in recelTtng by he officers of her chapter. (Aarmtag Ittle Catherine Marshall admitted he gneats, who were received the liTinj-room, taitefallr aad approprlaierf adorned with cnt floweri. The tea table waj ei- lttl7 decorated In the form ot a itar, (treamera ot ribbon reaching from the cbaadelier to dilnty toaq'wti ot the emblematic flowers. Spiing- ime rereaM itaelf In a cewtreptece of tnllffl and daffodtli, Mrs. Norton paid ker official visit to the Maple latt Chapter, No. 7, O.G.S., at the Matotitc hall In the eve- ning, after which a sumptuous was served. HALF BOYS BACK BY END Budget PrAiWtioa; torn FraackiK Act Wffl ft OTTAWA, will adjonn at 6 o'clock noon for the holldaTS. Basi- nets taken np, Tnesday. out when strenuous davs are promised for the minister! and members. The hi; issuea of the session are ex- pected, to rapidly to fore when the honse The bodtit will he brought down, it is thoniht, not later than the flrst.wwk, ro.Majr, hilt prohibition legislation and the DoBinion Franchise act wfll be Intro- duced with aj'little delay 'is possible. Sir Robert Harden, If Is thovght, will be back in the capital atomt two after is iljixW. There li B9 ej- peetatlom that the businna of perils- meat will be concluded JoJy. This is )Ml members' dar [-.the When hoaM resumes erery day wfll be siren orer to the of internment .W. 'T'f Nlili-: It't rpsolatton ackhvi for. mnt of a special committee to In- quire Into divorce procedore, has the first place on the order .paper toiay and It likely'to be at some leprth. battalion; William ;vv-. 54th battalion'; James Jillerbr, Infantry. Royal Crqii, fteood daaa: Matron Sadie Macisaac, Sister Marl and Slsler dra Jag.'Kerr, one of I of Port Hope, is dead. WRITTEN CONtCNT RIQUIKED TORONTO, April to the Marriage Act, nqulrlag written consent for the marriage of minors, were reported 'farorahir, br the Meal committee o< Ifftnla- till moning. naif will hm 1 of who Wtram the nid. aecand drvliitn wlH In Miy Tby lha nwd tM will In The Jomnt rntlmates that Hon. X, W. Roweil nay be as Cana4a't flnt ranrcsevtatlfe In the Imperial MAKING WCCIAI. J FOR GOOD FRIDAY 4lePIRDOZEH WE WILL DELIVER OftpCRt FRIDAY 6rattr Earty, NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAIERT ;