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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AY, Anna, 21, 1915 LiiTHHHUXiK DAILY MliKALlJ PAGE NLADI PHOMt UM 4- PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Palmer have turned after trip lo Calgary. -Mrs G.' Cope lias returned from YtsllliiE tier mother at High Klver. Mrs. McClura and Sirs. J. P. 1'eat are tbe eucsts of Mrs. Dobblo iu Cal- gary. Sir. ami Mrs. G. W. have moved to their ue'.y homo. 42S 14lh St. soulli. A. G. Baalim and J. K. Palmer Lfltobrldge visitors in the gary Albertau. MiM Genevlovo Haurahan, who was Ylsitlag frlonds uear Calvary, lias re- turned home. Mr. Fred Davis, ot Glekhen, spent yeiterday In the clly, with Dr. W. H. Marrs. V. A- Richards, of Edmonton, formerly of this city, died at Ed iv.onUa hospital following an ouera tfon. Mrs. (Or.) Caldwfll of Kinsgate, B. C'., la spending a couple of weeks lu Iho city with lier mother, MIS. E. J. Cooper. Mr. ami Mrs. K. Simpson ot Wain wright aucl .Mr. William Stewart of Edmonton, have returned to their homes after spending a wee It in the? I city. 1 Serst. Ivan Glazier of 391U Bat- lory, recently reJeased from hospital in France, reached the city on Tues- day after visiting a few days in Tor- onto euioute. Mrs. Lovrjr and small daughter spent a few days in the city last week and accompanied Major Lovrry, M. P. P., Lack to Journal. i Mr. J. Bailey and Miss Lillian have, relumed home to Cal- The latest! It's Here! Another Shipment of Coats, Capes and Suits Just To Hand by Ex- press from the East. BEST VALUES we have SHOWN THIS SEASON Suits at Regular tiOOO Valuei Splendid Serges, braided silk lined, belled or loose styles in colors navy, black, brown and sand; sizes' 15 up J A AA to 42. Special offering at The Finest Suits for The regular WiOO quality Very beat Botany and Coating Serges, heavy wool nop- lins, Iricollnc and gaberdines, In iiavy, brown, naml, Ilurguti- and Uupe. Our nn Sliccliil Offer Ladies and Misses wirmr RXOEUUII utter spending the past six mouths in Detroit, Toronto and Ciuelph, Mn. S. Mackwood received is morning thai her husband. Corp. S. Mackwood, C. who hat been oyeneas for three and a half years, 'ndlna- the past two years between France and Germany, has arrived in Monlnci, and will probably ieaci borne on Saturday morning. SOCIAL 4 A reception, in honor of Mrs. San- ford, president of the National Coun- cil ot Women was held at Government House, Edmonton, on Tuesday after- noon. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES This Is a great bargain for thii season's new tweed suiu, fancy-lined, Norfolk and plain tailored styles; sizes 15 years up to slse 3S; colors grey, brown and blue'mixtures 47 V Wool Jersey Suits and (60.00 Excellent pure wool Jersey Clolli Suits, smart styles and best make "In shades purple, Ian, taupe, Pekin blue AA and brown. Oh sale at onl> Fashionable Dolmans and Capes, V Nary, reseda, reindeer, marie up from. serges, velours, jersey silk and wool poplins. Rleb silk snl brSjW tri ton. tags. Splendid values Our Tweed Goats at THE GREATEST VALUE OF THE SEASON Serviceable Coals for Iho motor wear. They come In srcy and brown mixtures, belted or plain backs, convertible colters, deep cuffs; a most comfortable fitting'garment OF ftA Oil sale while they latt at........................... Covert Cloth Coats, and Pawn shades, belief of Dolman styles, half lined; a coat that gives all kinds of wear and looks well. Regular values o4} CA tfiJctfV (40.00; selling now at' Big Cut on Silk Skirt Prices Rkt SUn twl S3k Striped Skirti tdbiK at J13.7S All new styles, beautiful cotorlnfi. heavy rich quality, wonderfMl'vahie. The ladies aid of Wesley churcfc held thalr business meeting Wednes- day, April 23rd, and tlie officers elect- ed were as follows: President, Mrs.' J. Livingstone; 1st vice-president Mrs, W. A. Buchanan; 2nd Mrs. James Daw- son; 3rd vice-president, .Mrs. George 1-aycock; Mrs. J. C. Dass; treasurer, ilrs; R.' A. Crawford: press reporter, Jlrs. T. W. Richards; flower convener, Mrs.' T. S. Fetterly; con- vener of hottest', Mrs. W. B. Fairbarn. On Tuesday afternoon about fifteen ladles of the W. M. S. of WMle'y church motored to Macleod to attend the-annual convention of the Leth bridge and Macleod districts. In the afternoon a cost Inspiring program was put when papers were given by SCfi. (Rev.) Locke of Claresholm, Mrs. Lovering of Lethbrldge and Mrs Lew.is of Macleod. ,These were indeed very fine and very helpful to those resent. Mrs. Brinster of Macleod so favqrej .with, a splendid solo, a'ring tie busbieas session of the at Mrs, was appointed opt of the posi- by Mrs. Bran- jewis again accept- >d the' position for Macleod" district. t S.30 dejleiwtanquet was serv- credit to the acleod an even- presided over y Mr. Lewis' ap4-iddressed by Mrs. xKinney, alsp Z spoke a 'few-words and a much ppreeiated solrf sung by -Mrs. oung. At 10.30 the crowd started for ome and although .they met with a ew difficulties along tie way, all the idles agreed Ihey'had spent a very leasant and prontlCble day. They Iso wish to convey to those who so indly1 drove cars their heartiest haniJ. The birthday missionary concert of ,G Baptiat Mission Band which waa nhounced for April not be eld until a later date. The Union Canadian GirU in Train'; ng will meet gym eit Monday evening at 7.30.. "A Lit- Mother's" dembnstralion will be iven followed by', physical work in ie gymnasium. J Miss V. N1. Gibhes; will address the .nrses at' the nurse's home Friday' vening, at S p.m.'on pablic health, orsing and .IhV .Victorian order. Graduate nurses interested In these ubjects are invited to attend. OTTAWA, April Unionist caucus (his momtag It. h understood :hat government in- riled to express their Tlews M to the a.ction'the goremmevi'ihknild take fn regard to race track, gamb- ing and other mitten In retard to whkh goTemmeKt wlH ke Uken shortly, In view of the of of peace, Tiiere some division ucuiuoi weigni- anu t'teq iiimi