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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL i nun- PAKE KI.KVKS' after visiting In ,lhe clfy Sox.a ley v" 4 rt Thomas. Taylor rcturaei front a business trip to Wiunipes morn- ing. o Mr.''Henry Flock, .ol Haley, is a visMo? iu the city for a fe.w days. ?t .T H.Itohwer. of taken up his in the city. N6hI6fcrd. is in Ihe to Mrv 51. M. of Calgary, is a visitor In Lethbrldige, session a pretty' sHvesr bon bon 'dish] was presented to Mrs.: paltas br 'the Urand (Associate Matron. .Mrs. Cliks.jj McClenashaa. Mrs: H. Scott preeent- ej the Grand Associate JIalron with bouquet of wWle Misa Mary Hfndersoa was called to present a handsome boixjuet el pale p.nk roses to the Worthy Matron, Mrs.. Uringrfono. The commttteo in charge of banquet deserve special praisu ior the arrangements provided for this part of the wcial festivities. The tables In the farm of a star, [J-eirns antl ported flowers '.a emblematic colored ribbons belli? free- ly used for decorative purposes. Ail Informal dance trougul to: a close; a delightful and memorable r .4... Tha tea gjven yesterday the home _ot '.ooe, ol Matron o! Order Eastern Stir, Mrs. Via honor of th'o Grand Worthy Msiroo. Jlrs. uuu'.uaily pleas- ant function. In spite o! the Inclement weather, a large number of local mein ill. And Mrs. P.VM. Saufjer.are in the city from Caltarjv Those from Cbuapkm to attend the visit of Grand Worthy Matron Mrs. Dallas were Mrs. Jacksoo, N. Beau- eerc, c! tho order, .as well as many bier, Mrs. W. K.' Mrs. B..N. viditora.from Champion, were present The hostess 1n- her. njual ch'irnilng Hiaawr-'received .her 3 mulish gQw.o of, sat'n an .V.. J. J NOVELTY VESTINGS Fancy novelty" vesting silks for suits, for An ideal (inality of soft shades of rose, mid grey, njvvjit.tfirjsuo'se and pearl grey. Wide width, 'aCjJ BLACK DUCHESS Plain Hlack Duchess Siik for dresses, skirls, etc. is real fine quality and is im- clirtct from the old country by us. 36 trimming anil collars on children's coats, etc. portsd clirtct from the old country 1) New Imported 'patterns.. Very special, jv An inches wide. Very special, Lovely New White Fabrics for Springtime Are Here! Fpveseeing an unprecedented V de- marid for wash goods this coming bought liberally, and cpunters, shelves and tables are now piled nigh' With 'delightful white fabrics.and'.wash goods and you'll enjoy their refreshing new- ness, WHITE PIQUE Men's fine whito pique In wide width, suit- nblo for chllllran'S wear and ladles' skirts; dresses, olc. Splendid value AA INDIAN HEAD -This is a lies vy. shrunk ccltiw used fur nurse's aprons. skirts, etc. 36 inches wide. GABARDINE This Is a real fine diagonal weave used' extensively for.wMli middies, akirts. WHo wlflth and only, yard FANCY VOILES ;Nfovolly weaves In while voile, Thesa nrc :vcry correct for blouses, children's dresses. -All 36 Inches .wide, at, Aft l.U.U CHIFFON LAWN- Cft_ ouc A new fabric froni Iho old country, Iho lionic of fine cottons. II real sheer and suit- able for rialnly white dresses, walsls, camisMcs pr. tiny other purpose where n lino sheer colloii la required, 45 inches at, 1 n ynrrt V "LINEN SHEETING Almost on unknown fabric tortnv have a real good pleca that Is 30 inclici wide nnd r oxcsllEnt nnailly. Worth ynr-1 to- o Only, yard J.Jlf THE NEW THINGS FIRST 'CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ty Mrs. J. Brod'e and Mrs. George All! ton. GlbJonjiS'ro. Fisher. Mrs Law and Mrs. T. FieetvvnJ assisted I in passins'the; delectable viands, wh'iie 'Mrs. Cull de- prosenf'ivith 'their piano- forte', selections.' P. Athlffiio glvirg times" danca orl fuerilay, April 27th. in the Masonic The m'usiciwill he supplied by ;happell's orcKeitra.r! Loyal Adiiit: Bible class h'elil their'regular morthly--bu3iaeEs and'EO- c'.al meeting.at tho home a? Mr. N. Kesslcr. Alter a short b-xsincss meet- the e7ening; was spent in games bytJe-'reshments. Thera were about twenty adults present and all voted the evenliig well spent Tho :Corn Starch, 4 pack'sls 55c Perrb's Saacc, bol- .Bisto, the Gravy1 Maker, per packet ......2Sc Cowan's Cocoa, half lb. tias, each......2Sc Fry's Cocoa, half lb. tins, each...........30c 'FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES NEW CABBAGE, RHUBARB; HOT HOUSE TOMATOES. GREEN" ONIONS, RADISHES, CELERY, ASPARAGUS, LEAF LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS. PHONES 313 and FOR SERVICE This Includes Twelve Billion for Railway and Postal 'Deficits BERLIN', April Expenditures of forty billion marlls, to which. may bo aailed and postal de- ficit 'ot; aro provided lor in IhG budget Cor Uie fiscal year ot 1920, which was laid before the budget committee" national assembly mbmbers.are the ifite-rc! a.nd, gf.this with the vis- ion of 'still bigger things tor the _ fu- (nVc.'1 j- -t- v CHUROHES AND SOCIETIES no by Dr. )Viflhi relnlster of tlie treasury, cs' I budget show- The the ly Th to ,bt Jtmary Society of month- Th'a.-'nienibers'.-'are as n: i asked meet- officers f i'.TfxI.' u .1 fitll- io rn- is re- ed revenues .amounting to OCO, tutfeipengifure totalled OOOMO, 150 deficit, of In explaining his figures, Dr. Wlrlh said 1920 Is really a 'transitional per- iod ,and therefore tho estimates sub- mitted only approximate, The deficit ;for the state railways wtll reach iiuge figure, ho said, ow- ing to tho hew'demands ot men which cannot be granted without tho assent of tho national assembly and ;llia budget commitlee. Renewed de- mands, he declared, ied ,by additional woulJ mean issues of paper money. He confessed himself at-a loss, to sbuTce? of reyenuo by. taxation of atalo Service and Road Conditions The state-of the roads at the present time renders iflMPOSSlBLE TO MAKE ALL DEUV- ERIfiSONTIME.-.; We shall appreciate in this matter and .urould suggest that you phone in your order both [or-; morning and afternoon de- livery POSSIBLE EACH MORN- ING.- This-will enable to start early .on their routes help to make up for time lost'oti.theri'oa'd due'to the Wretched con- ditions now prevailing. _________ irurnish.Ualy'wlth cortsiderable more on tnc American steamei Susislo- coal than she is at present receiving wenl jishore seste ujy and Eomo raw .tenta- oa ..the Dalmatian coast near Pola tlve'agreSrnent Ju'st .al'h'con- have' Bt.cn trirsferred-to the steamer 'betwteh-'repr'eseht'aliyes'''1'bt Argentifia Effnrtsi-are now being A i mado to floit the Susquehanna !Uty portrait Joshua Keynolda. Pearl Wliiti, npfcd movie star, pdia an Un N'eu roiiBhiy outlined; all ieih'g bro Hcrpiciile plant at dii left to cdnfere'rico. Is not a gamblfti But a sure thing thai arc greatest possible Quality ValU0 tQ the Jinut'ol your IT. Stringency .Causing Big Slump in is April SI. Tho American cmba -sy'st'Tokio 'reported to tho Flato department urfdor dnte of Isst Sniurilay 'Hal the principal stock exchanges in Japan had hecn closed for three because of fail-. of to put up additional The report added that tho Tok'o ex change 'slock, regarded ns n bnro- metcr of gentiral .conditions, had drop- ped from 470 to 2CO within the last 20 daya and that thcrs had been some stringency In 1ho money market. Rumors have been widespread In the United States for several days that somR of ]arge_ banMng firms in Japan were experiencing-financial alt At' tits Japanese embassy here it wns. tint flto government had taken loans by banks tor njirfttsbs. The worsl of.'-1lic financial diftftul. ties were reported over in ;tkfi'. last cabltigrom rocetytt1..- TT TOOK two years'tb pierfect this JL coatlngonllonejwcwnQhijcolatfesl The flavors of thecentrcs go further' to enrich the completed Honeymoon JAPS CZRCH TROOPS BE DISARMED April 'nnthovltlcs in Manchuria haveMeman'dfXil that, nil fzrfh troops In ihifi .coiiritry bo disarmed a. re suit tit n 're'cdnt clash heiwcon Czpchs and Japanouo Ivoops nofir tho fllbcr Ian frontier by which a number o Kusslan [risQuera worp killed. QNOW fine anrl abBcI'utciy Runs 'be the Weather wet or dry. HAOZ !M CAMADA The Hindu Llille Spool Icls the Salt run (Jut THE CAflADlAN SALT CO., LIMITED ;