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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ^rnm^jm^ PATLY HS:?^ALP Daily Fashion .Br attrtruits. Bsresfnrd: tewhlng. MlsB Donn wm tonnerly on Wbm r-er*lH Into bad at night, A thooHictd e�r�f It ammB beset I lin sorrow cast aaide, Returii^b give tne strength again And point the way to paths untried. � � ��   t ^ 1^   � ^ � �      �  . ., .    |�,BfltONAI. �   Mies E. R. Jlckson, 422 8tb St.. South, has returned to the city after a three monthB' Tlsit in" the east. Dr. J. J. Mc^fintock, recently of the Tormito General Hospital, has com^ a^^\^I\L^ Mrf^n^'r to Lethbrldge to be associated lnjST*Jl 7�""^^ _,^,,, -iiZ -n- T ___ 'I Kenzie, Mrs. Gardiner, Mrs. A. D. Fer- I>raetice with Dr. Lynn. ]g�son.*Mrs. Lindsay/Winnipeg, Mrs. Mrs. W J. McCambly has returned ' 5*%'^'fr:,,?^"^f^^"f^,J^^^^ from a TlBlt t6 High RlTer and Cal- f^i-^^j^'.^ilXi,^^^''''^'' gary. � * � Mr. H. 0. C. Salmon has avlved in this city from Nelson, B.C., and will remain hei'e for some time. Mra. John Dayldbon of Milk River la leaving shortly (or New South rWalea, Australia: Mrs. James W. Hurd has left' her home In Bow Island to reside in California / /    , RSev. F. W. nafbe, pastor of the First Baptist Church has returned to the city after spending a month ia the great north country, and will occupy liiB pulpit on Sunday. �  * Mrs. Lawrence of Diamond City was ia visitor in the city yesterday with ber parents,' Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalrymple.    Miss Hamby, a returned missionary from China, will arrive in the city tomorrow. While here Miss Hamby will be the guest of Mrs Fred King, later visiting with Mrs. C. E. Bran-*ow. Mrs. M. Myers of iparfflangay whp has been visiting friends in the city, is spen'ding a few days in Calgary.    . Mrs. Jess Hardie who has been visiting at Birmingham, England, for about a year has returned to the city and In the guest of Mayor and Mrs. Hardie. �   Mrs. Bryce Saunders, proVlncial organizing seoretary of the I. O. D. E., is spending the week in Calgary with her daughter. Mrs. OIngwaU. While there Mrs. Saunders organized another Junior cha;pter of the I. O. D. E.   * Miss Winten of the Merchants Bank Btaff is confined to- faei' home thfough' Injuries received at the recent basketball game.    An exceptional amount of Interest was taken in the lecture griren last night by Miss McLennan, a returned missionary from Honan, China, on account of having worked in the same field as that In which Miss Dunn is CHARMING WINTER   CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES � The Rebekah bazaar will be opened at 3:30 tomorrow (Saturday) by Mrs. F. W. Downer.  . . Mrs. A. C. Saunders will formally open the Mooseheart bazaar tomorrow afternoon. '  ' �  - � ' Attention is called to the dance being given tonight by" the Army and Navy VeteraBs in the Masonic hall. This association which has been recently formed locally Is getting much stronger, and belongs to one of the oldest military organizations in Canada. E^ortg are being made by the local club to become better iacquaint-ed with the public and to place the aims of the organization before them. A decidedly interesting' program has been prepared for tonight and everyone Is urged to attend.  �  . The Women's . Missionary Society convention of the Methodist. church will be held on Monday afternoOii; and evening at 3:30 and 8 o^look*in-,the United church. Miss Hamby, a rd-/ tupned missionary from China will give the address in the evening. Good music. Supper will be provided for the delegates. Any ^person interested is invited to the evening meeting.  �  At a jneeting of teachers and officers of Knox church last night, it was decided to have thq, Christmas tree concert this year on December 21. All children connected with the church should keep this date in mind. *   � � 4 O 4 � � 4 v �  � WEDDINQS *�   BARTLETT-HADFORD At the Presbyterian manse yesterday, Rev. Captain Denoon united in marriage Ernest Lavell Bartlett, of Pendant D* Oreille, Alta., and Gladys hAts for ^ , IJAYS The lac!^ veH plays a prominei;Lt part in miUinefy which Is. interestingly depicted in tho accompanying illustration. The hat which it ehsfirouds la made of s&ft brown satin. The veil Is brown, and after it has been draped about the hat it is used for a scarf around the neck. The hat below this la fashioned from cloth of gold. Its shimmering surface, however, Is veiK ed by black lace that is held in place by large Jet ornaments. Specially good for wind^ days is the hat with navy.-blue satin crown. This is bordered with gray squirrel and trimmed with squirrel, tails that are arranged, at the side of the hat.  Tomorrow-Last Day OF the ON ALL SHOES AND SLIPPERS IN STOCK W. J. NELSON & CO. SHERLOCK BLOCK. Grace Hadford, of Aden, Alberta. Mr. ^ and Mrs. Albert Peterson, of Wren- "^-^ tham were the attendants. , RUSSELL-OLSON On Thursday at ^wo o'clock at the'. Baptist parsonage, '.Fourth Ave., S.,; Mr. Guy Fife Russell, of Groton, Alta.,; and Miss Blan'^che Vilet Olson, of J Whltla, Alta., were unlted^ in marriage ' by Rev. F. W. Dafoe, of the First Bap- j tist church, Lethbrldge. The young ; couple will spend the winter in New | Brunswick, retumlnfe to their farm j in Alberta in the spring. * * * FLEETWOOD-INGRAM . A Very pretty wedding was solemnized at one-thirty p.m., December 2nd, at St. Augustin's church, when the Rev. Gore Barrow, united in Holy Matrimony, Ethel F. Ingram, second daughter of Mrs. J. T. Ingram, and Ernest H. Fleetwod, of this city. The bride, who was given away by her brother, made a charming picture, 4reased in brown satin with a pretty pTtture hat and carrying a shower 'bouquet of orpclia roses. ,^isB Jean Ingram acted as bridesmaid, wearing a navy suit with picture hat to match. Mr. Dan Hooker, of Hatton.Sask., performed the duties of best man. During the signing of the register Miss Wise sang "Until." After the ceremony . a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride at which relatives and immediate friends were present. . The groom's gift tq the bride was a gold bracelet watch, to the bridesmaid a gold pendant, to the best man gold cuff links. The happy couple left on the afternoon train for Calgary amid Bhowers of cojifetti and best wishes from the many friends at the depot. The young couple were the recipients of many pretty and useful gifts. On returning to the city Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Fleetwood will reside at 615 14th Street, South.  * * 4>4> ^ �� C- - * BAZAAR HELD BY * ST. MARY'S GIRLS '> : ^ ? ? : ? : ? > : > ? > ? > : : ? > The high hopes of the girls of St. Mary's Parish were more than realized in the success of their sale of worlf, held on December Ist. The sale wa.s opened by Mrs. C. R. Bowman who in a brief speech fitting for the occasion spoke of her Interest In St. Mary's when the hall waa then a little church. Miss Joan Ripper presented her with a spray of pink roses and a few minutes afterwards the sale was in full swing. The Urownie stall, bearing the Brownie signs and colprs, was very attractive as was also the Stnitordville stall decorated in red and green. I The tea room tastefully adorned in I old rose and white and was crowded all the time, while the two big "bran tubs" proved a great attraction to the children. The candy stall was soon bare. The evening was a specially happy one for it turned out to be quite a children's concert and all present thoroughly enjoyed themselves. ' One thing is quite apparent, St. Mary's sales are increasingly popular ,aud it will be necessary to enlarge 'the hall in the near future. The girls one and all desire to thank sincerely ail who so readily came to their assistance. The clear profit after all debts are paid is $180.-(Contributed.) Writing is very puzzling to savages. In South America, on one occasion, a native was sent by a missionary to a friend with a note and four loaves of bread. The native ate one on the way and was amazed to find that the note discovered his theft. On the next occasion that he was sent with four loaves he sat oc the note while opting one of tksaii iHvesf Your Dqllars to Tremendous AdvUntagre on Saturday^ erings in Every Department Women s Ready-to-Wear WE HAVE JUST OPENiEb UP FIFTY NEW DRESSES IN THE LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES Materials are Velvets, Serges embrold^Md In wool and beadu; plain and fancy lerseys, geotgettea and satins, navy Jersey trimmed with white brush wool,, These all go on sale Saturday morning. � SWEATERS-Women's pullover and cnlldren's pullovers and coat sweaters, all on one table for Saturday. * j AQ Beg. i�M to $12; for Saturday to.cleafc .....----**t�%FO WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN^S COMBINATIONS-Cotton and fleece lined; regular $3.00 to $3.60; aU on *n (JQ one table for this sale......................... CHILbREN'S VESTS AND DRAWER8--Cotton and fleece, ages 1 to 14 years; regular $1.25 to $1.50 dk| A,|\ for Saturday..................... ........vl�V*l .KITCHEN APRONS-Regular 75c- Kdf For Saturday to clear...............---- KITCHEN APRONS-Allover aprons, blue' d�| OP, prints;.regular $1.75 to clbar for............ ^�1�0 Our regular stock of tJO^SETS we are Offering 20 PER CENT O^F during tnis sale.  . . CORSET COVERS-Muslin Corset C(tver8�-Iace and em-, brqldery, trimmed, going at half price on Saturday CAg, $1.6b Corset Covera, each......................... uuc Pink and white muslin NIGHT GOWNS for *n AO Saturday; regular $4.25 to $6.00 for.............. 9�fVO WHITE FLANNELETTE GOWNS-Slipover *� AO and button fronts; all sizes; $3.75 to $4.00 for ... y�*70 Spdak for Saturday m the Dry Goods Department It seems almost like ovcr-reachlna oursalvea-to offer anything extra special for Saturday. Evorything la cut to the bone already and everything Is en sale. But we will do our very best to find a few outstanding number* aa ueual. ) HEAVY VELOURS-All pure wool in taupe, relndee/, Pekln blue, brown, navy or grey. We have sold about half of !th1s line. It is really one of the greatest specials offered. Width 54. inches. Regular price $8.95 yard- Hlf Sale price, yard.................................. PHOENIX SILK HOSE-The best American make. There is more Phoenix sold in the States than any other make. They know good silk hosiery down there, |||| All colors and sizes;-reg. price $2.95; sale price, pair VMalfv . NAVY~SERaE SUITING-54 Inches wide; British dye and finish; real botany serge; regular price $6.95; mq Sale Price i'.... .'^.'......,....---- ............ liyiPERlAL .DUCHESS SATIN-Lovely quality of heavy satin in all rich shades; 36 inches wide; regular 0o iVA $4.75 yard; iSale Price .......................... Sf Men sand Boys'Dept. STILL SOME REAL BARGAINS IN MEN'S SUITS Serse^- and tweeds all going at a great reduction. Regular.^37.50. Sale...........; $28.25 Regularv$48.00. Sale ....____;>... $32.50 Regular; f55.00. Sale ...._____..... $37.50 Regular^ $70.00. Sale .............. ... $41.00 Regular $90.00, Sale ..............$63.75 JibYS* ODD TWEED PANTS � ' Full ^i^e, durable. Regular $3.00. Sale............... $2.19 Regular $3.75. Sale................ $2.99 Regular $4.25. Sale......-.........$3.25 THE PRICES OFFERED ON BOYS' CLOTH-lUc CANNOT BE COMPARED IN THE CITY Hieh grade suits at lowest prices; all sizes and styles. Regular :S7.75. Sale price.......... .$5.25 Regular $11.25, Sale price..........$7.95 Regular $13.00. Sale price..........$8.95 Regular $19.50. Sale price.........$13.00 Regular $35.00. Sale price.........$24.75 MEN'S FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS BELTED AND SLIP-ON STYLES. Regular $25.00. Sale.............$16.00 Regular. $55.00. Sale.............$37.50 Reg-ular $70.00. Sab.............$49.95 Reg-ular $120.00. Sale............ $75.00 ALL OUR NECKV/EAR Silk poplin, fancy silica and knitted. Regular $1.00. Sale price............69c Reg-ular $1.50. Sale price...........$1.00 Reg-ular $1.75. Sale price...........$1.20 Regular $2.00. Sale price.......... .$1.25 Regular $3.00. Sale price...........$2.10 FANCY SILK SCARFS For men and youths, beautiful Xmas gifts. Regular $3.75. Sale price...........$2.99 Reg-ular $4.75. Sale price...........$3.75 Regular $5.00. Sale price...........$3.99 Regular $8.00. Sale price...........$6.00 Don't- be withsnt a haadaoma table cover when one can � be procured at tmbe very low prices. Red or green grounds with splendid deMgnB. Regular $^.80. Sttte Regular $7.95. Sale Regular $9.25. Sale / Crockery Department $5.25 $6.10 $7.20 Hand decorated Tea SetB consisting of teapot, sugar and qream and 6 cups and saucers. Special value; two styles: ..............$5.95 ...... ......$6.8S Regular $7.75. Sale Regular $8.75. Sale Special Values from Toyland Black enamelled DOLL CARRIAGES- *4 AA Regular $4.60; sale price ....................... 9a�Uv Black enamelled DOLL CARRIAQE�: larger *a fkjm size; regular $6.60; sale price .!................. KNOCK-ABOUT DOLUS-IS Inch sUe, splendid looking doll and well dressed; regular $2.25- *| ^A Sale Price...................................... ^Imlif m Down the (Vices Go oti Men's, Women's and (Mdren's Footwear $1.00 SNAPS UNTIL 12 O'CLOCK TO ENCOURAGE EARLY MORNING SHOPPERS * LADIES'BEtT GRADE flUBBERS-Any style aI /||| desired; sale prlo�*�*................. ^l�Uv CHILDREN'S FINE FEtT BEDROOM SLIPPERS-Padded I^athbrBofes, ai^BortiBd'colors. ^1 ^Aik sai6pric6........:..........i..............^l�UU EOYS* AND MISSES' BEST GRADE RUB- AA BERS; anir.'Btyle desired....................... *1�UV CHILD'S BEST GRADE RUBBERS^ OA^ rit any shoe ................................. OvC WOMEN'S STREET OXFORDS-In fine, soft brown kid leathers, all with goodyear 'welt soles; sixes 2^ AC to 7: regular $12.00 for ........................90�9D WOMEN'S SMART PUMPS-With Louie heels, ideal for wearing with gaiters; values to $ia.Ofr- OC Sale Price ..................................... 90�iJ0 GROWING GIRLS' BOOTS^Witb good weight soles apd walking heels; 8 Inch tops; values to $8.50- *( Ar Sale Price ..................................... WOMEN'S PALL AND WINTER BOOTS-In black 'kidr brown and; black calf with walking, military,. Cu-. *|* a|f ban and Louis heels; values to $11; Sale Price.. vv��f9. WOMEN'S- SPATS-Imperial and Crown brand in the favorite shades of fawn and Jtrey-  .An mm Sale Price"................................... 9Cm%0 ' WOMEN'S FINE FfeLT SLIPPERS-With padded leather soles, assorted colors; regular *| AC. ^ (IOC values to $3.00; sale price ........ 91*49 91 99 EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN BOYS' AND GIRLS' BOOTS See our tables loaded down with Wonderful values at $2.95 ^"^$3.95 MEN'S SHOES-Fine black kid leather, round &>n qc and recede toe styles; regular $10.50; sale price!. 9va9v Grocery Department Breakfast Bacon- liliced, per pound . Fine Old Oxford Cheese, per pound... Try our Sunday Morning Sausages; they are really delicious. Best Creamery Butter CA- per pound ........... OwC Choice Dairy Butter per pound ........... Jap Oranges ^1 Of per case ......... ifLnOD Cranberries per pound .... Tabl& Raisins per tin ........ Hulk Currants per pound ---- ,75c 40c 55c 25c 75c 25c Seedless Kalsins ?er pkg......... Seeded Raisins per pitg......... Palm Olive Soap per cake ....... Pairy Soap per cake ....... Royal Crown Soap S plcgs....... Sunny Monday Soap c|v- 5 bars for ......____ OvC family Soap |\A 11 bars........... 91*UV Lenn&x Soap, a real CC^ saving; 10 bars ..... 03c Quaker Tomatoes, 2%s, 5 tins for... 21c 21c 9c 10c $1.00 $1.00 Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Spanish Onions, Grapes, Sweet Potatoes, Lemons, Grape Fruit, Oranges, arriving daily. ' NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY I Monday morning the store w II open, stiL con nuing thi The Pople's Money-Saving Sale, Bring your friends and pleaze ihop early. iilMf Bay (Riintini irJCORPORATeO 1670 . ; :..>Ji ;