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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta miTY FAOE T ON BORROWING TROUBLE PERSONAL; it 7 o'clock sharp on Sunday morning 'or church ?unday morning in tha Oniiei church (ho Jlte of baptispi will be ad mlnlsteM. iTherpaelor will speak on ;the 'subject, posing Their Children la w Sunday'School and Church." 'Many Deed to 'find" their children In evonlae ser- vice' the subject will be, "The Sacred Nature-ot JIarrlage." .In tHls day when hoie life'Is too often d., Jt hat church have1 definite morf frequent as the the, and _ subject if'tdnlB with' the term j'falllnij lo ve" are often dn 'too raw'ji plane'. 'Anything that states a blow ft life strikes at tho nation'. The Canadian' OirH lu ch'Urch will attend the "eve to a boJy. 9 4 SOCIAL- c- have to pay for i'VeryioIng. But tomd things cott' more than for Instance! Of course- trouble comes tc us many times without our usklog. And that cannot be tBut .ye can make plans to meet it nawsve'r. We can (ell It for Instance, .that all we to go away. And when we take that usual ly does leave us. 'cannot May around one who simply irtll not have But to ihorrow il. doace of; great Ignorance. For you have to .begin lo pay il back one uiinuto after borrowing it.., .V The ist'e Ella, Waeele'r wftcoi1 im- mortalized herseltvwith -just: few lines' of Vrhyme. j Hero they are? known around the'ivorld: "Laugh and tjib world laughs f'i' you weep nicest evening yet, te the ver- this sad old eartb_ did Ot those wto attended tie annual "Mtoibta and i'fts own." husbands ia Knox basement eve- ning. The hall was most tastefully decorated vith cut; flowers, potted planfs; In; cluib Icoipra.j -The club em blem '.'the tielu-ii conspicuous place on ths.tablo on'the platform Members of (he executive acted 8n the .reception committee'. The presl dent, ilrs. D. welcomed the homo after a two weeks' visit in a neat llitie speech. A very her daughter, Jlisa pleasing and entertaining program and friends in Winnipeg. consisllng.of .vocal.solosi by Mrs. H v H. Jbhnstone and Miss Wilson, due Mrs. 'Alfred West and daughter Lu-1 by Mrs. Healh and Miss Dunsworth cllle, of returned to their reading oy Miss Oerber, and hbmo today after visiting with liirs. U U. Fetter. s'. Clip'ham, 7th St. S., return- Mr. Hugh Crawford Is in Calgary on a business trip. The Mlsaes Pauline and Henrietta mental solos by 5Iiss Margaret Efmttji Mrs. C. C. McLean and Miss was carried out, lowed, the prl; LMlas Dunsworth ruoet Russell and 1. Cousins left for Cards- mittee, was th duties spend a few weeks with rela- and friends before leaving for Montana en route to Vancouver. i Ifnrte underwent an operation in tho .Van Haarlem hospi- tal on favor- ably. Pope, the JIunlcJpal Chapter, of Ottawa', presented a cheque e. convenor, in a splendid Vaoariner.- Part ners bj'ihe matching o cards -with had beei cut into different stiupes." Here, ogai white .aid gplif, .j "carried ouVin evening" wa brought to a tho National' preslden Donald, took part in IfiVfrogram aiid'a for' the proceeds of the Ottawa! others who in any'Sfajr cootributedTt campaign for the I. p. D. B. war mem-j the success of the ieVenirig. i orial. Over sixty Itr Is suggested that the apparel %jth'e dance and the. women will be gingham dresses, TV. y. A- clnb and tho men, overalls, to combaf tho high cost of clothing. n' Thuraday. THE YOU A WONDERFUL ARRAY OF FASHIONABLE MERCHANDISE PHURCHES AND the occasion being of tlie hall since been redecor- ated. The new the pleasure of veterans' own orchestra reridered'e'x- cellent dance Only members, their wives and were present and a good joyed by all. RetreshmC'nis'' were; ladles interested in W. C. T. U. eerved. work spend .this jevs-j i.': '-i...T. ning aW tlie'nomo of Miss Dunsworth, Tho Lethbriilge Lodge, Noi'.SO.'-'A: Cll'Stli1 St. South, illss I-ewls, of the' y. A. II., entertained the Chifdrl'00'3 Shelter, will give nn ad- their wives and''sweethearts at ania- ilrcfts Problem." There fofmal d'ance: oil Thursday evening-in will' tilfl niuslc and oUior items of in- the Masonic hall after the regular terostj, j social and concert, to be held in StJ Basil's Bchool on1 Monday, April' by 'I18 ladiM St' cbnrch will bo postponed ay, April 26th. to '''The Canadian Girls in Training o' 'United church aro reminded tb 'f thoy arc to meet in the church lu. meeting of Iho lodge. DAMAGE BY GERMAN "REDS" liBHN'B, April caused by tho Communists plundering the Ruhr district la estimated for Dills- urg at thirteen million marks; Essen n million marks, and Dortmund lour illlon marks. TWO PAQU1N CREATIONS FROM PARIS _- ___ ___ r A FLOWING TRAIN ATTERMOON Jf SLATE BLUE TAFFETA These two phologrnplis received Ihis from cur liOnlon corrcspont show a couplo of costumes dcslgnctl In I'm ia, Friday and Saturday Specials from the Dry Goods Dept. Fbe White Sheeting 80 inches wide. Good useful quality. Reg- ular prlc? 95o yard. Two bolls only clear at, yard HORROCKS' FINE COTTONS -AND LONG CLOTHS These fine ewt no more than many of the untried and iittle known maKes, but may bo absolutely relied upon, lo givejperfect satisfaction. Horrccks' Longcloth, 36 bches wide. Pricci yard Horrocks' Fine Madapolam, 36 bch- et wide. Price, yard 69c Horrocks' Twill Cotton for, menV nightshirts, etc, 38 inches wide: Price; yard 75c Horrocks'Khaki Drill 27 inches wide. Yard 75c W. Anderson's Real Scotch G'mghains We have theso fine goods in two 'widths ind weights. i No. 1, 27 Inches wide In splendid plaids st, yard No'. 2, 32 Inches wide and" very heavy. 'beautiful plaid designs at, fard Novelty Skirtings are showing a nice assortment of novelty: and plaid wool skirtings. Theec arc .Jhe Only, Dress Materials fueldjingigabanllncs. armures and1 Bfo3sad.e3...--RegQlar prices from f 1.75.'8atuftia'y.''Special at, yard or Saturday: or raw silk. 33 inches., Regular price, ?5c at, yard Ribbed Hose Sizes 8K, 9, and. 10 only. These 'IhaVo been In slock for some time'and are worth more than the marked price But we hive n quantity and clear ciut a portion at a great y reduced .price. Ueguiir price 50c and 55c pair. 100 pairs to clear Saturday at, pair....................................' Phoenix Hose .Comes in (iae silk, beaulituliy made.In black, white nna Havana only. S'z's 314 and 10. Tho best American goods. Our price, QC pair Ladies' Black Cashmerette Tn only. Fast dye and', very hard 'wearing. Regular pries DOc pair. Saturday QO- Spuclal at, pair.' It.. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY IRISH DAMASK BREAKFAST. CLOTHS .K2 Inches by 52 Inches. Nice quality for every day price 51.75 each. 50, only, to clear Sa'.arrlay at each. OUR G1EAMING CASES and plenteous sKejVes are creations of MISS FASHION. Cfjme, see.our. new goods; they will please your EYE. The prices wll pleaie your PURSE. Know when you come to our store ihlat the STYLE will right, tKe QUALITY right, the PRICE'.right. We bid for your business with the best goods tne'world's markets furnish. SUITS OF DISTINCTION TAILORED Correct In strle, faultiest In tiilorlng and maintaining a high of cuallly in the materials, our stoc.k of ;NEVV SUrrS'lB meeting with the approval of tho many "in have them In serge, Irlcotlne, gabardine, wool velbiir. exceptionally titteful In design and in originality. to Black Gloves In amsll sites only. Tho make nncl Niagara Maid. IS pairs only to sell. Re ular prlco pair. To clear nl, pair L Neckwear Point lace We have a Complete stock every wanted thins In both male up.nnd by Iho yard. See oiir assortment of poln: lace lor Stamped Goods; Kmbro'dcry Is one of the natural occupations ot tha normal' woman. We have n large stock ol every kind of strmjcd including pillow cases, runners, ceTitres.'burcau scirvcs, fcimoms, nighl envelopes, camisoles, pyjamas, children's hals, bud aprons. All new, stock a; very moderate prices. Some Big Values in Mens tios' Wear WHAI'S IN DRESSES It be for afternoon, social, street or bus'ne-s you jwill i (iud tho .above question answere-1 by a. 'personal inspection Of: pur stocks. There are dresses of Crepe de Chine. Satin, Taffeta, .Trlcoletie, Silk Poplin, Trie- otinc, Serge and Prices to A DAIISIPAAT MAKES A GOOD A K Alii LU A GARMENT IMPORTED RAINCOATS OF RUBBER They come in plain shades rese'iJa, copcn and black Collar and cults are in contrasting colors. They are belted models and tailored. In colors, price In black, price RUBBERIZED TWEED RAINCOATS The woman or miss who chooses one of thtse thoroughly rubberized Tweed Raincoats will be assured of serviceability combined with stvle. JSas buckled belt, turn back cuffs and ventilated arm pit. OC CA 63.JU .Pretty .Sweaters ior Everybody New i 'i i 1 Knllhd in fancy stitch of fine quality yam, tasiel finishes, V-neck in front.. Collar has strin'ci of contrasting col op. Can be bad in all the newest shades. They look.veryisniart when worn and are useful also. The "very latest" in wool sweaters; the ripple sozn from-waist-1 line to hem; Comes in the new art shades. Tuxedo Coat Sweaters This is a swestcr lhat baa a tailored look. Made of wool fersey, cuffs, and pockets are trimmed with buttons of same material; some have novelty belt, others have a sash at the waiit. With. Novelty Beit With Sash..............................................-----... FOR SWEET SIXTEEN AND UNDER Some very pretty Pullover In a lovely soil wool'in tlio most delightful art sliailes in two different styles. Slripe'd Silk .Waists Men's Corduroy Pants Pair, weariug an o.iea.. I Boys' Corduroy Pants Bloomec luica por paum fasicQtr. Pair Prices and Infant's Sweaters Toull'just love lo see baby, in one of these. In plain Ivory or with collar anil cutls of conlrasUug pink and blue. J PA Price, each ..................................r................ CORSETS and UNDFRWEAR carry well assorted slocks of all the leading makes in Ihis class of goods and are well ablo to supply your needs at any time. You will find our prices reasonable. CORSETS TneMo-Jart, front laced, while and pink, to The Goddess, front laced, white and fa Diva, back laced, while and pink, to P. C. Corset, back laced, While and to Children's Vests WhUe col'on, ribbed, with short arid without sleeves. OP' Sizes 2 to 12 years. Special faDC Children's Drawers To match above. Special.................... 35c- Ladies' Vests While co'tcn, with sbort sleeves and without sleeves. All sizes. Special J Ji. SMARTLY TAILORED WAISTS In pla'n anr] ftrircil silks, featuring lucked frouls, high and low necks with pearl button trimmings on front and cuTfs, White arid Black Habutai to Shantung Waists..................' to Children's Dresses, Rompers and Creepers For children of 2 to 6 years. In plain uncl check.wash goods, cf f To clear nt.................................................... UOC HOUSEDRESSES of Anderson's Olrighams very daintily trimmed. In plaids und patterns. Good wasliable materials. Price to fai Boys' Pants In plain, ..-u o fjft air, 'and Khaki Overalls "Headlight" Lrn-a. Cuu.ti.iuii.on Btyjo. The Ideal gartntui for garage' or lactory, H Bpedal suit .p.VW Men's Work Shirts Mado to wear and wash well in CW'on flan- nel., galalea drill, cluck, plain and str.pcd pat- leriis. Air sites, triced each o H.75, and___t..............-. O.JW Boys' Shirt Waists Neat strjpid designs and gocd suirtlng PA 'materials. All Each............ Kiddies'WasL Suits, The materials In abpye the aver- age. In Dutch blue, Holland and khaki shades; oiso str.-ped patterns. Ages 2 to C years. -I Buit .'.V............................ 1.1 3J Kiddies' Sailor Suits In plain: while and navy and white, slrlpcd lean: Has smart sailor collar, p nn finished with bowkiiot. Trice Hats for the "Little Man" In and tweed materials, assort- n nn patterns Price sJ.UV Mouse Furnishing Needs BRASS CURTAIN RODS Sash to 40 in. 1 1UC Curtain Rods, round, extension to 50 in. g Kach Curtain Reds, round, to ffn extension tc- ;in. Curtain1 Rods, heavy round, extension to o H Bacli 1.4.D Curtain'-Hods, fiat, extension to 54 in. Etach Curtain'.Hods, flat to 78 in. Each Curtain Rods, flat ovcrlrape attachment, Of 54 in. Ench' OjC CurtaJn Rods, flat double and heavy, ar- j tension to( ?S inches. HAcb............ i.Curtain''Rod's, flat, fresh air model, extcn- 1 slon to 54 inches. Curtain flat double fresh air model, n Heavy Brass'Stair Rods, 27 in', long. Spe- nn clal, dozen Stair Pads, good Quality, per -1 OP dozen SPRING CLEANING WITH THE "HOOVER" VACUUM CLEANER You know what a dust storm means in this city and tho havoc it plays in the home. Thu best fray to fight H Is lo use The Hoover. It will dusttessly beat, shake, sweep and all the dirt keep it frdm collecting. There la nothing ilko It for getting at the hidden grit arfd dust in the rugs a'ld carpets. Wo shall bo pleased lo give a demonstration of the ''Hoover" any lime. WASH SATINS. aro, sorry-ib an'noutico wo have''com-' plclely sold out ot Iho Wiite Wash Satins at yard, ana It will dlftleult to replace, this to soli at yard, But ivo-havo all tho oilier shades In stock, including pink, prune, Russian, nigger, .taupe, to t.ll nt the original prlco of, 6.UU; Grocery Etepb VES, THE ROADS ARE BAD, BUT VVE CAfJ f 'AMD-DO DELIVER ;THE GOP.DS. ,V a pure separated milk in powder fofta, per tin Black Currant Jam, Waddell'a, 4s-, per 1 OA tin 1.JU Marmalade, Mrs. Kimen's plnoappla, 4s, -i .nf lior' ttlta lltcnded Jams, 4s, per QC- tln OOC FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Grape Fruit, Florida, Oranges, per dozen, G5c and nimbarb, per round............ Ccbbsge, 2 HM.............. Eannnas, 2 Ibs. for............... I "C THE FIRM FOR SERVICE ;