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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APKIL Zl. 1919 1 UK Lr. UtiiHIiKiK MILADI Mra.- Jack >o4 returned from a rlalt In Calcary. R. L. Norman o( 1> Irltltor In Calgary for abort Caljary Albertan. i Mr i. W. E. Holberton ua two mile kona have left ou an eitowled trip to Knglaad. 1 Dr. Krriuion and daughter Eliza- beth of Culxary, spent the week end ID the city fuesti at Knor Jlr. anil Mrs. P. T. Roblni live lik- en up their rnldence at 370 7th Vancouver, covers being laid for nine. of and yellow daffo- FIRMNAL lent their touch of spring. Mrs. W. H. DeLong was at home to a number ot her friends on Monday af- ternooa at her home on 12th St. From the tea table adorned filth yellow daf- fodils, a delightful Ua was served by the hostess, gsiUted by Mis? Gates. A dellfhlful reception was given by Mlu AttrM at her sludio last week in honor of Min Ruth St. Dennis. Jlauy of Mlas Attree'8 pupils and their moth- era were present. Mfji Atlree prcsid- ed at the tea table, which was orna- mentEil with daffodils. Miss Joan Trc- gillie. Mill Lore, Mlis Olive nell and Miss Kathleen Southard as- sisted. The other guests of honor in- cladod Miss Betty Horsl, Miss Mulone. Miss Doris Humphreys, Jliss Pearl Whellcr and Mr. Horst, Miss Atlree's :t pupils also gave an exhibition of dauc- Mr.'and Church snd their Jog before Miss St. Al; Alaiost every train coming from the easl has something with which to augment our Spring the outstanding [eature of the store, At this store you can rely upon correct Fashions and you can depend upon it that if your spring outfit comes from this store, it will be worth the full one hundred cents on the dollar you paid for it, taivHter. JJisB Hilda Church; return- Hi to the city after spending the Eas- ier holidays In Caliary. bertan. The program for the concert under the auspices of the Lelhbridce Local Mr. Uiihop, formerly of Dttroit, ii 1 Committee of the Alberta .Musical Kes- In the'city from Florida visiting with tlval, to be held tonight in Knox his children and his mother, Mrs. church at S.30, includes: Davy, 1Z50 ath Ave. S. MBsseJ Chorus. "Song of the Vft- I Fanlng; Knox Church, "Scots Mlsfi CozuUuice ClevcUud. who Wha "Come in tu tin the juttit of her sister, Mrs. the Rouald, (MissMinnie Haz- 'W. H'.J Dawion for the winter, left last .evening for her home In Rich- juond, Quebec. United Church Junior Clioir, Balfe; United Church Junior Choir. "Siveet and Barn by. (Under the direction of Jlrs. F. Mils Bertha Motion of and Mill E. Button of Lethbridge 1 massed chorus, "Lullaby of ClarMholm "-ealie; solo, were week-end visitors In the citv.- Brllliante in E Weber. (Jliss Calaary Vera trio, "Rest tuee on this Mossy Smart, (Mrs. Lay- SykM returned to uer Ion, Miss and Jliss home in Ralcy after spending the Eat-: Wesley Choir. "Crossing the Bar." ler hbifdajB with her daughter, Mrs. [Bridge; ballad. "The Looklng-Olass, U. Gear. j Klpllng-Damroscli, (Mrs. H. II. Jolm f Mr. H. and Mr Sharpies have returned from Calgary, where tltey'luUndett the "teachers' alliance meeting last Saturday.. t Mraj-T. N. CUrle, .who his been vis- sister, Mn. Walter Van the patt1 "couple oE months, left o.rMomUy for her home in Kaslo, B. t Mrs.; John Burdock Ave. A. fata as her for months her daughter. Mri. and two ot Tonpoc Barbara, California. TbeJRev. A, B, Sanw, MJ.IV who fats beta thft gnat of Mr. W. A. Taylor, 404 19H, St. JV-, left Monday oir the eaalbounri trata to join Mrs. Sti6rt And family, enroute for England. a ri MtesJ Margaret McKetuie went east lust wfcck with her brother, E. C. Me- Kenzie, who is Iq Ottewn represent- ing the G. W. V. A. Mist McKepzte to spend the summer with relatives In Montreal and. on Prluco Kdward Island, o SOCIAL EVENTS massed choir, "Ye Mariners of Lucas; duet, "The Harbor Squire, (Miss Simm and Knor femfile chorus. "The Klgar; solo, "Green CookC; (Mias Bessie massed uhoir, "Hallelujah HanJel accompanists, Mrs. J..Nelson, W. H. Docker and Mr. Joseph Banner conductors, Mr. E% K. Lay ton anil Mr "Nordlieimer" piano Kind ly' loaned by the Asainiboia Musk Company. Don't forget the dales o Feilival, May 2S and 29. Ge your uaton'tlckctB urly to avoid dls appointmenL Adjudicators, Ryh Thomas, Winnipeg, T. Tertians Xobte New'_Yorlc, will find plenty of mod- els to choose .from be- tween and 50.' CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Jttawe Jnprfce Economical! (Spccnl In Tlip- Herald) FER.NIE, B.C.. April young man calling himself Roy was brought to i'crnie this ir.orniiil; from Gateway under charge ot Constable of Waldo, ami is being held here under a charge ot having in his possession stolen properly knowing ho sann to bo stolen. Tho stolen consists of 11 lipad .of Al- >crta cattle owned by H. H. Jenkins, of Duties, -west of 1'inclior Creek. .Mr. .Tcuklns founrt when he rounded] up Ills cattle Inst fall that he was I "ihort 60 head, and has been keeping! a lookout for Ihem ever since. As a resuil o! his search he came to Fernlo I a lew days; and. being acconipanied hy Conslable McNeil of the provincial, police here, went to Gateway, whore II head of 'Jlr. Jenkins' caitlo were found In possession of Reno. I Rfc'no had been to have i Ihe cattle passed by Inspector Mc- of Gateway, but had been re- until he had Ihe cattle passed by the Inspector of brands for B. C. Upon '.he arrival of the constable a.nd Jenkins the latter was introduced to Reno as the brand inspector, and n company with Jenkins, Reno.went hto where the cattle were being held, 'and Jenkins at once Identified 11 of j tho 11 head In the bunch as his own, his brand being still upon the cattle and no other'brands appearing upon ths animals. Tlio Mormon ranch, which rims cattle upon saino range as did Jen- kins' cattle, are also short 200 head of catllc, and it Is thought they nny have (ravelled Ihe'satne road. Reno' says he Is from Michigan, and a broth- er o' hta going under the name of O'Keefc killed In a rear-end col- lision near Jaffray last winter. ..SECOND TLOOR t The of the, home are taking time by the forelock. They are not taking any chances of be- ing Informed" later oh Ihat sorry, .but are sold out of this, or .that particular -line and cariiibt previous uo, they arc coming forward and making their seiecttonE while the eeircting is good. Have YOU Done So? If not, we ivould advise your getting In line anil thereby avoiding disappointment. Marquisettes In white and-cream per yard, 50c and.............. OwC Marfiuisetfcs in white, cream and -rr pearl; prr yard 65c and IDC Marquisettes In white, cream and pearl; per yard SOc and Scrims, plain and floral border C5c and Voiles, plain wltli floral border per Marquisettes, colored combina- tions; per yard. Nets ami Lace Curtain Goods In many very neat designs TA at, per yard, and up wvC Miie o! quality lioreehide, with- put seams, and strop on irrlst; J AA to rec. J5; special.. COWBOY ROPER GLOVES Made of fine quality horse, buck and doc-skin; siies 8 to n Priced Jrom to J.DU MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT TWEED HATS colors; Special price Dry Goods Departments GABERDINE SUITING We are fortunate in having a sptendlrt alocfc of: this' much: wanted Cotton.' SutU DC alMhe most called for sbades for anii summer. -It cornea wide, in foUoviDf shades. ,saad, Talm ijcacli, Belgian cloud grey, Rose clu Barry, cream and champagne. is nothing better thfa aeason light weight motor coals anfl children's Regular price )1.35 1A Thursday and yard BOYS' CAPS T en Plain aad Fancy WHITE VOILES 9r; (all HiffArBnft in { 1.00 75c 70c 1.15 Shoe Department 1. Kllbrney will an effort to vivo one-time popular summer rlcultu'ral UiU year. PLEAD NOT 6UILTY OF AlOjNG McCULLOUSM TOHONTO, April Uivcllc, slender, pale- 4 faccrl woman of 27 years, up. ee In (be court !o- rtay ami pleaded not gtillly to iho charge ol nlilinj anil ling Frank McCnlloi'igli, ton- dcnincd mitrdcrcr, to escape- ftom too Toronto She WM reminded for and given ball in the nuin of i HIGH TOP, iOOTS Made with poplin'tops and kid vamps, a Kroucli heel; colors grey, A PA iinrt brown; reg. (12; special LADIES' GUN METAL BALS 10 Inch top irfta military Tice] f special 0 .Colors black and white, all sizes Hegular special 2.89 Assorted sbapea and colors, j ffi siitu 6K to TU. priced from 90s to l.Ju The Store of Quality Groceries THE FIRM FOR SERVICE The exceptional prices we quote In (ho following list of excellent standard quality groceries will hold, good for tomorrow acu. ..tYIday: HONEV, Airline; 11 ounce iolile price etch OUC HONEY, Airline, 32 ounce bottle 4A price each NABOB Baking Powder 12 ounce tin WHITE BBANS, B. C. OC S pounds for bdC OLIVE BUTTER OC per bottle IDC SARDINES, Brunswick brand np tins for TOMATO Campbell 2 tins for POI1K AN'D BEANS, blbbys per tin PRB8BRVBD OtiVOBR CUBES .Watsltffe's, 'A; each OKAXOR MARMALADE Wothey's; Vs. per bottle COFFEE, Jamleson's, ground In 1 pound packet; each 3IILADY OU'CERINE Toilet Soap 3 (or LENOX SOAP 10 for COCOA, Cowan's half pound (in IMPKBIALr CHEESB, McLaren's in each BUCKWHEAT FLOUR per packet MAnMALADB, ERiprMI 4's, per tin j. 2 pounds for QRAPB price each No Delivery PHON631J PHONE 313 25 pieces'. (all different) to select from, And all the lowest possible price; hiaiiy are rare Imported' designs and very limit: it will pay lo make a selection oE j"