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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL '1920 TffK UCf'HBBnXVE- former patrons, W4i: tatned young laniei of by phoning Miss Grler. 102S, In .tie venin..; evening. J T t C I C a Trio 'Oddfellows and 'ttlbekahs irlll hold' their annual church parade at St. Mary'i church on Sunday evening, V 'PERSONAL Herman Robinson, who has teen visiting; In Calgary, Pfasfid through'lhe city yesterday on her way home to Me3tclno Hat. Supt. P. W. Pennefather Is in Cal- Savy. Jlr. A. Mitchell of Coaldalo was.in th'e city yesterdiy.' Mr. and illrs.- Charles. Hy 65 pp., Ill] Street South', left yesterday 6h''aji 'tended trip" So4 Portlaifd, Oregon, on acconnt'oMitr. Hyssop's 111 health. Mr. Russel Watson, ol the Hudson Motors, Detroit; Js'Ju -Aba .a. Mr. C. W. Williams Calgary was a business visitor in tbo city yester- day. c s Mr. Charles Glaspey, accompanied by his wlfo and child, lelt ye; for Calgary in roule to tho Sir Mr. H. B. MacKinnon, western rep- resentative of tho Toronto Globe, has left for Medicine Hat. A number of members ot tbe Board of Trade are making preparations for tbe trip to Great Falls oil tUe 22nd or 23rd of.nestiniqnth. up fill a laia hbui'. urete served during an Interval, ft ADDRESS ON ALBERTA LAWS WEDDINGS MURDOCH The marriage of Isabel McLean Slur- iloch, only daughter of Mrs. B. M. Askcy of Pincher Alberta, to Robert E. Donkfnt of Frank, Alberta, 'was at the 'hbnia ;of Mr. and Mrs. -J. J. Murray, at Frank, on Wednei-day evening, April 28th, the MILK STATION The milk station at the Nurelng Mission will re-open on Saturday, May 1st. to ;stcuro Mrs. 0. C. Edwards' address evening at the Y.M.C.A. on the laws of'Albjrla as they affect women, vas listened to by it-representative audi- ence of tho ladies of the city, who thought that It was an evening well spsnl In that many fell that they kdew a little more of the inadequacy of some ot the laws as protecting the and mofter. MrY. Edwards pre- faced'ber remarks by stating the orig- in and base-of most of the laws of Al- jMrta-cnd Saskatchewan were largely British tho English own- ing lliV "honnwest territory up to 1S70. She asked the ladles present to name apy law. thai they wished more light upon, and during the address ehe answered very clearly the follow- ing. or Dower Act and Infants Act for the mother's rights to her child, what substitute could be given for objection to the Dower Act? The Dower Act has been Improved but It still lacks much for the protection of the wifo under certain conditions" she Bald. During the recent tessloji of the legislature the Infants Act hjs beetiiajnpilded so that'lha mother'hfc L.III.'. .V' 'A'sst. Helseth. Henry.. teachers. Dr. J. H. Rivers, Mrs, .0... E, Drandow. Senior and Intermediate B.- teachers, Mrs. Crags. Miss L. Perkins, Miss Mr. W. King. Junior Miss 3. Newman; teachgrsvMr. Tl. Dan-j el, A. M. .'Hp'tiry.'! Mrs. 0. 'Allison, Mfg.'E, Driggs, Mra. A. Crawford, Mrs. P. iledmond.' P'rlniary Mrs. A. M. Dowsley; teachers and helpers, Mrs. J. II. Illvers, Mrs. Hughes and tho Misses 1.' L1pplngtfc.11, rllic, R. McCaltiiin, M, Kipp.' Hcginners' Supt.. Mrs, Percy Forsteri .helpers, Mrs. B. Procscrl Miss D. Sondqulst. Missionary Mrs. (Dr.) Feltefj bdiialison, Lister, Davidson, KenKhTThacll, Ayl: Wilson, nrooks. Mitchell, DC GtiirreJ Prosser, Nccve. In order to buying on Saturday picked Viff'tW following lines and are offering them at special price, couces- LApiEs; VESTS In n kn'tted r.b, all sizes. .Color white. Regular 50c value. To retain all the Juices In meal it intense Jiest for time iirvlll-1 both -sJ aro well seared, then the- heat should lie lowered .and. tho cook_lng. prom be will; 1icat 41'- LADIES'DRAWERS To match above. Knee Is in the 10032 fit- ting stylo. Sizes 34, 36, 38. Regular CA_ 75c value, for OUC LADIES' BLOOMERS In n nice soft weave. Colors are white sky and pink. All sizes. t i "Price A.I LADIES'CORSETS, The famous "Hoyal makes Ail Hi zed. Hegular nncl 'fkf for 28 ini Steel Qad Galv ateaat, yard-----... LADIES' PATEi-NT and Cuban 'heels.' Regular 510.00 val- f QC lies. For'.i----i.....'........... OitfO LADIES' GREY 2'to 4. Regular and 515.00. For....................... MISSES' BOOTS. Regular 55.50 V; OF INTEREST TO LADIES if We have Just received i shipment of OifordB and ilc'ofs in tho "NEW SPRiNG'STYLES Quality conS'dcrod they arc Ihp best value in town. "-.tf BOOTS AND -PATENT jhd r To" be cloared at, pair We can1 start you off on the spring Job win a pair of good strong O Q boots: At BOVS' SCirOOL Regular- 55 S All these above lines are stocked in light and.darker shades. The value Is unbeatable and the assortment matchless. Buy early. EXTRA SPECIAL SILK BARGAlM' 33 inch Maw or Shantung Silk. About C nloces left to sell at this price. Kegnlar price 85e yard. It CQU- lasts, CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS only'. Tho "Circle Bar" mate, This is Canada's highest'class'hose. Sizes o% to SV4 Prices 30c to 50c pair Tha abovs aro extra, fine value. VOILES! Buy while the selection k good and the prices low. You can moke no mistake. Voiles nre 'In demand. At present wo hive a splendid stock at and yard. NURSECLOTH QALATEA v; Four ends only to sell. Navy with white 1 stripe. 28 inches wide, llcgiilar 55c yard, Saturday Bargain QfiV'' yard LADIES'FINE MERCERIZED LISLE HOSE In blac'K, wh'te and brown. .Sizes to 10. This hose sells regularly at'75c pair. out Saturday at, gn pair Nice quality. 42 inch Worth today pair. Saturday Bargain Snlo, QQ_ pair This is a Sp'endid Oppor- tunity to Secure a New Hat at Low In order to liven up business in our Mil- llr.ery section on Saturday morning, ihall offer for ealo a coUectToh of nott'SMhii: hats fn fhwer trm-ncd anl plain triil-rwl .models. Regular prices 412.00 to o for Ot J'J SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Big Values ifl Men's aro stocked a good range ot seasonable, goods at prices that to BOYS' BLOUSES" AT 50 EA. hsve a'- .of .patterns in this Hoc 'aud Uie quality is the best pro- curablo ut the iprice. Tliey conic in plain anil fancy stripes in black and bluo; also plain, hlue cbnnibfaya. All at'1! the special price uf, each BOYS' JERSEYS Never' before hovo we shown such a great variety of colors in hoys' jersoys as tills season. We have them in two styles, the jilain pull over and the dome fastener should sr.. One, line mediuni lieavyr'welght Me rib; also a'tery'nic'e quality in a cashmere knit. Prices range from-. eacji V to RANGE OF .BOYS' SUITS MEN'S Wo do not claim 16 have as' large h range, '.n the price" lines as you may find claswliero 'but wb do claim we can show you cxcep- tbnal values in men's .suits at prices fr.inr to S50.00. The cloths are fancy Ivreeda and worslcilfl and the stylps Hre varied Irom the waist line modols and ex-' trnne form fits for the young nun and nici who t'liy young to the standard and more models' In three but- ton coats. Give us ftn to try nnd c.onvipce yoiS-.; tlig.gooila. ;