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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LF.THBKIIKJK DAILY HERALD i who so ably manages thesq affairs, PERSONAL es o- SPRING'S EARLIEST ARRIVALS IT'S LEAP YEAR Unique fcalure's aro being arranged day for Ottawa, where they will re- f lh c-atoyjaylt 0( those alteadinG main.till tho end of tho parliamentary (be st. social bc-Ing given session. Jat tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. It. i A'v6. A The.many friends of illss Hendrio Thursday, evening under tho-ausplces! will be pleased to learn ot her sitis- o( the w; M.. S. of Wesley church.) TORONTO, Feb. new high factory progress. and a good; rccora for the numuor of marriages V, Hs'isiurcd.-' A'f'sjlver collection jm a uiouth in Toronlo was Mrs. J. Gautron, who has been a taken. 1 established in January. 1920, when! UiUlcrit at the hospital for come, lime, Iras returned to her home In Barons. total was G02. This was 105' s t'higher than In any previous month' the city's history, the former Mrs.'Clarke and Miss Irene- CiarKC cHUpCHES AND SOCIETIES record having been made of Barons were guests in the city oil j Wednesday last. 'Friends will he pleased to learn of' Daughters and Maids ot England an improvement In the condition'.of arc reminded tbat iho loraor- Mrs. ;AIIen Jack. Calgary, who has row'evening will at .7.30 been'.critically ill. 1914.' r ,t 4. t. "LEGS GOING OUT) ARMS AND NECKS COMING ff who packed Ihe .college room oif tie Holel-Astor, New York) recently to hear James W. Gerard, i former'ly'Ambassador to Germany, tell, imj iNutmo ul them something about their political ness'trip to Calgary. Eastern Star will meet at 7.30 tonight responsibilities, were scolded by Mrs. ia [he Masonic Hall. They intend to, Owen KildM'O for their sundry sartpr- James LlyliiBstona iradtrweiu champion on Wednesday even- ial lapses. Mrs. Kildare -was one ;of J.-tfilllyanl Leech, K. C., of pcg.'Wa patient in the hospital.bore undergoing an operation, lie Is a brother of Dr. Leech of this city. BharpV on account of the whiet drive 1 at.S.15 In tho I. 0. O. F. hall. Ladles are reminded the swjnv ming and gymuaslum 'Qiisses in'the "Y" tonight at-the'usu'al'hour. D. Williamson- is on a The Ojfthe past year o( the an operation niomirig. itor iii tho Gait hospital this v, mcmbei.3 arg javlted to go. Ihe three speakers at the meeting' p! the Government Club and her subject e --.apprec, The-sjinpathy of a wide circle of a6ia of kinducss. there" are most grateful for extended ilaugliier, Florence. Invalided Soldiers' Welfare Lef of Frank, Alberta. Frank, Alberta, Mrs. Stinson, Victoria is regret to stale at present ill In tho Mr. L. sit Jn'a healed room with their gloves on, not only silly, but uncomfortable. And when she bent forward touching the floor with tho tips of her fingers, and not a seam ripped or whalebone crackedi the 200 feminine onlookers hospitftl. .February 1920. gasped B. Waagcn, ot Caigary, lias i nights of Columbus, C. A. H., liceri''liiST.orOiUo this week, nttcnillus Dear the annual meeting of the Canadian Red Cross.', Lelhnrltl'gc. "Let's see you do Mrs. ;Kil dare '-If you can't.do it you-are not properly dressed. Use your clothes. That's the way to be sensibly dressed. Don't' let your clothes; use ,Mrs. Thomas J. Jamioson left to3ay Knight? of Columbus, Catholic Arms or Jlaple'Cfcek where she will spend Huts, Lc hbndge, for thefr iKs o. week vi'JItlns friends. scoro for ourTecer.t whist dv for a weel} SOCIAL EVENTS c. Catholic Annyr Bee lcgs nre going; 6ut and arms and necks are coming she re marked. "That's" good. Th'e presen iedly agai 'that arc soon going to be- offored_.ua -especially foreign 'creators' Slanl' tor both ,s American." numbers, and for tho rarity of events. land will give a whist (Irivo iu'tho i. O. O.'F. hall tomorrow evening.''.Tho usual large attendance is expected -.The citecutlve committee ;.of the ol.the.great coming Over SOO persons were in attendaiico Gait llpspiloi Ladles'; Aid .met .at the GwvASHnday cvonlnB homo of .Mrs.'. Pehne. ert hold in the Majestic .ThoMro father, yeBtor.lwjattonioon .Bndd iy new 'latest'' in ladles' leather ara now being exhibited at this store. Made of Imported Sonlh American skeopekhi, oil tanned, wtlci will prevent hardening. Beau- tlful lining of. figured silk poplin. v 40-inch Leafth------------565 CO These coats will give spleadid wear'and are pre-eminently suiarU New Skirts for New Days A splendid seleclion of distinctive skirts await you in our ready-tc-wear dept. We put the same care into the selection of our sep- arate skirts we gave to our finest and coate. The range includes novelty skirts for street or sport wear, dress skirt? to with yoar dainty waists and general utility skirts..You will be pleased with the -quality of the materials anil the styles em- body inost .np to-'late ideas of the best makers. rnattplaTi include LIIK Tricolette, Jersey Silk., Puwy Willow taffeta, Wool Plaids and Strati. Tricotine Dresses for the Woman of taste A rse-r shipment Just received. To the woman of discriminating taste, these gar- nients make a strong appeal represent- ing as thev do, the very best in quality of materials, "design and worknuuishlp. Most of them are modelled on straight lines which feature is much policed in the new spring dresses, a feature which happily becomes the'average figure and no doubt accounting for its continued popularity. Handsome signs in silk embroidery and beaded ef- fects are seen in wne models whilst others have trimming of silk tringe, military braid and battons. Priced at ntroducing the New "Goddess" Front-laced Corset We a strong demand for this cor- et. It Is made for Blender, medium and stout gurcs. Is flexible, has rustproof boning, nil four hass supporters. See models on isplay In main window.- Prices from to WE ARE SURE TO HAVE YOUR SIZE Silk Poplin Dresses for Price makes a strGng appeal. We have just-oldened up-these goods, but aro offering them at a low figura la order up" Bales for this 'WeeX-'The colors arc green, and hrowp. Trimmings of .sett and''contrastIng colp'rs..A splendid dress for'gen'eral utility wear. Make a, point of seeing them. Tailored Waists Of Slriped Just Received These como in narrow and wide stripes colors. Collars are ot white silk and" shaped round; others have stripet collars of same material, the collar b2in made deep. Pearl buttons adorn front am cuffs. Attractively Priced at Jtr. Gerard told the women that Specials from the Silk, Dress Goods Wash Goods Depts. COLORED RAW OR SHANTUNG SILK- HEAVY ,WKITE HABUTA1 In. yard. 1 Ot ,VERY HEAVY o a> EXTRA HEAVY- HABUTAI n "7P For tn I HEAVY MESSELA1NE in EhadW'-of'reindeer, Pekln blue, moss and navy. 36 Inches wide. 9 AA THE ARE JUST A FEW OF SPECIAL ADVANCE NUMBERS TO HAND THIS WEEK, BUT WILL DEMONSTRATE. THE GREAT SAVING OPPORTUNITY WE INTEND OFFERING THE LETHBR1DGE PUBLIC IN THE CONIINO SEASON. 2M Fine'yaiue. Yard i] GEORGETTE shade fit, yard HEAVY CREPE-DE colors. Yard......... HEAVY WASH inches wide. Every wanted shade. O Afl ___............... Yard COLORED RAW OR SHANTUNG In soft shades of Belgian, old rose, reseda, pink, white, saxe bluo. 33 O OC inches wide. Special valuo at, yard ALL WOOL ENGLISH inches Prlestley'B waKo. Dyo: guaranteed. Y'orth ?3.50 yard. Hudson's Bay O Price, GINGHAMS AND new goods at old prices. shades ot blue, pink and greys. 2S. inches wide. Special inches'wlde. Fast col ore. Many des.'gns to choose from. Yard f. ojl 'en- cussed ways and means, to raiso fiimls i HAVE YOUR f FEET WELL DRESSED It will greatly add to your appearance. TAN CALF Loula heel anil good- yes- perforated toe. Price.............................. LAPIES' BLACK KID heel and long O CQ pointed vamp und goodyear wolt. Price BLACK Louis hssl and O ftA long pointed vamp and gcodyear welt. Prico................. LADIES' PATENT with French heel. C PA LADIES' DARK GREY KID With perfor'.ted loo cap. 1 0 Art welt and military heel. Price LADIES' BLACK 9 Inch lop. McKay, Cuban keel. A good Q CA day boot Pries Items of Interest from the HOUSE FURNISHINGS DEPT. TWO PIECES OF 15 yards in each piece. M inches wide and worth {2.GO per yard. To at, 1 1 C THREE PIECES patterns: 36 Inches-J A wide. Worth 75c yard. To clear at .'.........................tWV ABOUT 200 YARDS WHITE AND ECRU indies OCp wide. Regular 35c yard. Extra Special, CROCKERY DEPARTMENT Glass Sugar at, each-.............. 50c Olass Spoon Holders at, each 35c Glass Butter Dishes at, each-----............ 60c CLOVER CUP? AND not O AA HEAVY VITRIFIED CUPS AND while. O Per The Store of QUALITY GROCERIES Klim. a pure separated milk in form, in two .._.................25cand45c sizes Olive Oil, pnre, in bottles, each 35c, 65c and 95c Olive Oil, pare, in tins, and Mazola, a pure salad and cooking oil, small site... 60c Medium size Large Coffee, Amber, 3 Ib. packet, ground or bean, ea. Peaches, Evaporated, choice new fruit, practically peeled, 2 packet 75c; No. 5 packet Prunes, prepared ready to use, 7 Ib. tin, each Catsup, Del Monte, per bottle, each-----..... 36c Catsup, Libby's, per bottle, each 30c Molasses, Ginger Bread, 5s, per tin 60c Mclasres, Domolco, 2s, per 33c PHONES 313 and 1513 V THB FIRM FOR SERVICE New Furnishings For Men and Boys BOYS'CORDUROY BLOOMERS Mndo wllh patent governor fnsleners. Good quality. Sizes 8 to Sizes 13 to 17 BOYS' TWEED assorted ptvUcrns and a OJ weights. Priced'up from tttltv BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS A n'M- Bliipracnl to hand In very neat assorted stripe rmtlcrns. Milllary ami sport stylos. Sires 0 to li years. Priced at and BOYS' ALL WOOL PULLOVER JERSEYS In colors grey, maroon, headier, purple, brown, oiford and navy. Sizes 26 and MEN'S ALL WOOL PULL OVER JERSEYS-rMcuium weigbl. Madu in fancy combination colors. Sizes 34, 36 and 35. 5 00 Price, etch............................- MEN'S and colored borders. Worth today 2Bc each. Special, 2 ;