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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHB1UDGE PAGE ELEVEN U14 MILADI Daily Fashion i jf WHAT IS SUCCESS? SOCIAL EVENTS I i ;icbii-vral SIIWOSB Ins' Mrs. lledlcy IK emurliiiuinis tills livvi! Y.VI1. hnighral ol'i.on. ami loved i (ivmilus ill her homo' instead on much: wli" has gained tho respect of Thursday us announced Kix lublrs of will bf'in Military Chapter 1.0.RE. have men nnd till love uf llttlu childcen; 'vlio filled hi-- nirln1 and accomplished bis task, whether by au improved puppy, i' pi.vni, or a j renewed their jnvitationMu the Ouin-; rescued soul: w'uo iias mvi-r U'.cked bells to-be present al, their tea dans-; lipprBC'itttion of mirth's beauty, or i unl tomorrovy.. iittorndon.. It was] fulled-to it: has always t'hrough a thai f (lie bopl, in others and j Ihe.-nu'iiibfrs of the company wurci Kiveu Jhe biist.hc hud; whose lito xvas uqab'le .to (he former invita-j an and whose memory a I the Military Chapter. -A. Stanley. I Mrs. .TO. Sick entertained very dc- A A .j liahtftiily yesterday ai au informal --tj j tea in honor of her mother and sl.sto.r, PERSONALS "Xttil Mcl'hce and Mrs. Med- j burst, of Foremost, who have been visiting with her. The rooms prollily decorated with daffodils for tlie occasion. Conldin oT CaniKUliiay was n L' in Ihe clly yesterdity on rout" ber. wliure he has been iruns-; Jlrt. .it. Mocc-ii. ITili strcc soutll. will receive tomorrow. i i A jolly sleighing parly iook placf! j last evening the- two senior I Camp Fire Girls ai. Wesley entertain-1 cd Ihe Tuxis boys.' About iifty young I together for the I o''' v and ricctfiupanicti by Mrs.' V I Cameron nnd Mrs. Kress, went for u j Hr and Mrs ieft! rGi1' old-titlio sleis'n-ride. covorlng the! for Vancouver for1 few for inlong.drimon the: I Coaldale road. the party 'T'. gathered at Wesley Hall and did full justice to the refreshments thut were of I'tfrlland. il her e guest of. tllem Ijlshiiil and ".Mr.--, (i. Ori'eu liave reluriiud to the c'Hy iifK.'r si visit to Sail Clfy. -Utiili. BUGLES ADORN THIS 6VENJNG GOWN There is great beauty in dts- lilisuiBhad-lookins gown for evening. Tho foundation is of while net and it is cut so that the nf the llgtlro are uiiinhasized. Jtt.deli- lioma on Ava. N. The party Blip-1 cate surfuce if. however, greatly en- About eighteen people gave Mr. and Mrs. T. LongwortU a: very pleasant surprise party last night at thoir pliod Ibelr own clloir and headed by Miss Foni liotton ami ilvs. Mar- made evcnlnR lively with their taret of S.S u., Canary, i orlsliml music and Instruments. orrivei! in tho city ycsturdav to 'take S'ivlne vei-y oxculleut of the Shnrl I'.tmr'au being songs.. The ri'freshmeiHs wwe pre held here ncxl n-eclt. Tiiev ure gueau' The ri'freshmeiHs wwe SIib5 c- 1 ably assisted by the younger members of tho party, and a very pleasant eve- was at ihi- Hotel" v .Mrs! '.Ki.nicy. who, has bean her daughter. .Mrs. Paul I ICrtdy; Jnr several months, Una Knn? Sixteen little friends of Lugene to Olifiiiks to visit her son for a rower were eiitsr.tainsd by lis weoliB. J. mother. Mrs. E. ll: 3. Korstor. at 1 last-: efoniag In bouoi1 of his to their hoiiuin today.'. Mrs'. SIcKay .has 4'eturiied to tho cily from with .lier SO'IJIK there; Edgar and. Kntiene Forster, Bert Heslop, Jack TlodRiion, Eric Johnson, Harold ;.Marks and Jack Stewart. After a j iiearty supper the boys enjoyed a number of games. .1. A. Kosewarn. I .Vfra.-'A. iv. and llrs, T CamiJbell me'iiliers- cit! About -sixty..callers thronged the the Hebolfali "Degree team; returne'.l .Mrs. to tli..' city this morning accompanied hy Mrs. A, Swart of Cowley. was toa-hour hostess yesterday after- noon. The rooms were transformed into a most spring-like appearance by Mr. f. 9. 'Freeman oi- the Hank of Montreal .staff is ili in tin- Vail Haar- lem hospital. -Mr. riuantities of and daffodils in various harmonizing shades. Mrs. Medley, received the guests, wore j it stunning cOBtttmo of black sergo, I I heavily embroidered. Mrs. Cleary, for' gowned_ blarOf -taffeta Man., to attend the wholesale jewtd- with touches of gold, and smart tea- era' convention, ilia first tho kind fasMaA over tho tea to be held in Western Canada. i table, winch was centred with a beau- i tilul basket of carnations in varying Mr. n. Henderson of Edmonton fhailcs "f 'linU' Mr3' was has gone lo Cann.'iagay where he will be in charge, of .the af Commerce. 'Mrs. Mendorson will join him later. Uev. Cyril ilickersffcth. C.H., 01: IIir- tield, Yorkshire. wiio is con- duciinj; a mission at rit.. Mary's next woek Lind who arrives in city tomorrow, will no the sttost of Mrs. J. X, Ritchie while here. Mr. J. [Ilglnliolhnm Is in Kd- Jnonlon. attending tho Alberta Pharm- aceutical association meeting. indsor Have You a Silen Piano? a Piano .stands, ncgluctufl iunl silent? Tlitl tt Compajiy .tlui inlHrprotaf.inna of all tlif day.. H fa. pjjfiy to ojii-i'altf t.Iuij; avou ;i i-aiLdii it porfnctly....... We ivIU taKfi your old Piano in (.'xcliuiige and nrntuso lonus on the hulanrf. CO., LIMITED 5th St. S., Lethliridyc. Phon: 532. attired in PJI attrac.tivn cnMfnnu! con- piatJnK of cnrisfl overdress, elaborately beadbil In silvor arid gbl'd. drdped over black, and with handsome black vei- vot hat with touches of Hilver, assist- ed tlie hostess. Miss Dorothy Allison, iliiinttly dressed in blue taffoUi laco. assisted. -v AN INVITATION The teachers o{ the .primary de- partment of Wesley Sunday school In- vite all the hoys and girls of their department, also tho small delegates who aro guests In town for tho com- ing week, to a party on Saturday, February 19th. from 1 to 5 in Wes- ley Sunday ychool hail. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES c- The general Hioetlns of the Gait Hospital Ladies' Aid which was have., been held on Monday, February 21. h.'ia' been postponed until the folluwhiG Monday, February 28th. The celebration of Holy Communion will ho at S.30 instead 'of o'clock on Sunday at St. Mary's church. All ser- vices duriiur tlie-day will lie conduct-1 ed by Rev. Cyril liickcrstelh, 1 One of the pleasant events of tK'Xl, j week will be the. whist drive anil dunce bcEpK given in the K. of r.! hall next Monday evening by-the An-i ciisnt Order of Foresters, Court TTnit.v.j No. Mil. Thoro will be good prize excellent music and refreshments, j Cards sfnrt at S.1C. pancing from 1} i till 2. a I Anyonn havlni; any equipment for. Mm niakinir of beilw for b'ybies. such irti liaby larue liaikctK, bed clotliinir. is itskrtl to conimunicat'j Mrs. rtched by tiie bugles which are, em- broidered on it in long, curved-bands. Those bugies-vary In color am! size, from shimmering silver to jet, The little vOBte'e th'af appears in tho'trunt of the gbwii Is made' of lavishly trimmed with the silver bugles. The hoatMress that la' worn creation iivjth a large cabochmi of rubies Uf the at on. Wednesilay, Januaryy.JCtli, at: tile" Jioina o.f.'Mri. Joseph .Miller wtieh Miss Victoria Miller united iu- -matrimony to Mr. Frank Edward The --trt-ide, aceomiianiod by her father, entered the room during (he playing "of tho wedding niarflh by Miss Gladys Ilateinan. Shu watf.hteau- tifully attired white crepe do chine and. satin and wore a wreath and veil and carried n houquet of mittoun and pink roses. Mlsa .-Doro- thy Saion acted as and looked charming in a gown of pmliize taffeta with white -laeo hat, carryiiiR- a bQiirmet of pink-curuatiijiis. Air. I-'. W. Nock supported the. groom. Rev. T. p. Jones wnf the officiating clergy- man. 'After the" aliont twenty-eisht guests sut down to the table and enjoyed a bountiful dinner. The happy couple left on the after, noon train for the coast and other points, amid showers of confetti and with the good wishes of a large num- ber of friends. Complete cessation of'army recruit- ing in the U. S. has been ordered by Secretary Baker. am Buk I In Burns, Scalds. Cold-Sores 1 nid nil or you em I jlgpand npon ZiH-Bnk. Il's real if I natOBifthmtf how nwlhlr sirelr I it fmla sortwas mmd I frows new henlthy skin, I XnM-tttik is t pnre intUeiiiie I htrbftlbilBpotMSfifBtfiriryacllnili I ind ictlan tin I Ike skU. IB mil in its results U U tltogiilhti' different to the isual nml I Bck snXunrits ruu .iiii-m.l ASPIRIN Bayer" is only Genuine .WEBDiNGj.S STAKKU-MII.I.KU A i-ory [jretty u.-ddlns louk I'.iil.'j! JDIJ HDTM'1 uyr.r'' of on tablets you i nro 1101 fM.'tf.inK Aj'pfi'ln at -all. 1 fn ttvuj-y H.-iycr dlrO'Hloi'.iv i for (JoldK. liiiadiu-lio. UHiin'-' 1 i mutism, TooUmdio, mid for I'.idi. Thsndy tin (.Mjlots co.flt.1'. DfUSTr v Jin CiiiitulH. i- HIM trtiiln inarli I (rt'gkdrnxl In Caniulai. of Mnniifurtiirc of of EVERY-DAY REQUIREMENTS FOR HOME AND PERSON SPRING SUITS FOR MEN AT POPULAR PRICES ALL THAT CAN BE DE- SIRED in MEN'S SUITS Revealing all the new- est plain and novelty ma- terials, in many desired styles. Come in and look these over. Ranging in price from S50.00 BOYS' SWEATERS FOR SCHOOL A variety of colors and in these Sweaters for boys, in pullover and but- ton neck styles. Prices range Women's Underwear and Blouses DAINTY VOILE BLOUSES Whlto Voile mouses, in neat and becoming stylos. fronts prettily finished with J.HVUPH of plntuelcs and bftm- 81 itching: high ami low Reg! for. Reg. for Reg. BLOUSES WITH STYLE have three of pretty left, in Navy Trfcolctto, in Blip-over styles, short slooves, and fronts em- broidered in silk. nn iiZ.UU Heii. On. lo.. One Clack Trlcolottc. sizo lies S26.00, for LADIES' GEORG- ETTE BLOUSES A pretty fieoryotte Blouse. in it round Deck, back Caetcti. short sleeve, fronts prettily headed in contrasting shades. in colors of I'okln, Navy, White, Saxe, and Maize. Sizes 36 to -10. Price COMFY UNDERWEAR Harvey'p jmre wool Combiiut- tlone. In V neck, short eloeve, imhlu length Regular for Regular for LADIES' COTTON DRAWERS Knati length Drawers, made of line white cotton, open and closed. HizeR :i6 to 40. HuKular rA 51-SO, NEW ARRIVALS IN DRESS GOODS DEFT. Check Skirting, Yard Inches wide, imported cheek lu'eetl. Tho uowest i'or skirts, etc. (fo QC Very smart. Per yard COVERT COATING One piece only, Covert CoatinE'. Makes a smtirt coat for spring wear. OP in. .wide. Ilopnced to, yard, CHIFFON TAFFETAS, 36 inches wide, lovely Hot't lluish tuC- I'ota ailk, in colors of Navy, Green, Drown. Pekiu, Tjelgiuin, nnd grt Uluck. Per yard Check, at Yard Fancy shepherd plaid effects, full Till inches wide. Something quite 0o AA new in imported goods. LADIES' WOOL DRAWERS Ladies' Ribbed Wool Drawers, in extra large sizes, ankle length. Kegular BEAUTIFY THE HOME LADIES' GLOVES AND HOSIERY Ladies' 'Sports Hose, Pr. Lovut Heather .Hose; all ti 7C wool. Sizes it, VU and 10. Pr.. I t) Chftmoiftette Glovei, Pr. [jjullos1 Chamoisette Gloves, iii white1, mastic and grey. All op sizes, i'air ..................v Ladiej' Pure Silk Gloves. Pair The tamons "Kayser'' mako; liouvy .yriide silk; colors of mastic, mole, white, grey, brazil, navy and hlack. Sizes to Pair A Few Specials From the Staple Section Heavy V.A.D. or Romper Cloth At 69c Yard Just the titinj; for Rorapors for the kiddies, HOURG Dresses, etc. Very heavy weight {'ottnn, no tilling, and conies In .1 bis vnrlcty of light and dai'k Btripea. N'mv- ut, per yard Baldwin's 8-Ply Zephyr Yarn At 20c Per Oz. A limited only to sell at thU tempting; price, in triers of yellovr, piuldy, old rose, and liluclc. RegultT -I0n an To clear ;tt, ounce Printed Heavy Egyptian cotton, with pretty colored flower designs; full A M Qf bed size. Each jD Ladies' Silk Hose, Pair Silk Hose, with strong lisle tons, double Holes, heels and toes; in colors of black, navy, brown, and 61 A A grey. Grout value at, jmtr.... V White Cotton Pillow 89c Each Heavy grade cotton; no filling; -sizes -12 and II inches. Values to on fl.10 each. All one. price, each, COLORED MARQUISETTE FOR THE SIDE DRAPES 3G Inches wide, in a rose or dai-k AA ground. Yard ........................3UC Plain V5ile, in cream only; 36 inches ivide. Yard ..........................DOC (3ream_or Ecni Scrim, double stitchod border; 36 inches wide. Yard, Specltti Bordered Marquisette, In croain or ecru; 36 Inches wide. Extra heayy woight. Yard CURTAIN GOODS AT REAL PRICES ;1 only pntterna of the very boBl Curtain Net. white or colors, with exceptionally good dseigns; 10 inches wide. Formerly jjr ?2.SO per yard. yard 1 piece only o( a very fine Whlto lace ma- terial. Suitable for small'windows, or would make the best of lace waists. Was or ll.75 yard. Trice now is........... 90c You will find excellent values in Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, owing to the space demanded by the influx of new spring footwear. BOYS' BOOTS .The "Trapper" Brand; good sturdy solid leather school boots; ideal for spring wear. Reg. and SJG.OO. Sale Price.. MISSES' BOOTS These boots have hand- welted soles; made on very neat lasts, with high lace tops; brown and black shades. Reg. and S7.00. Sale Price.. LADIES' PUMPS With medium, Cuban, and Louis heels; patent and kid leathers. Regular up to Sale LADIES' BOOTS JUouk call' and kid leathers, with Louia Ueg. J AC tor Ladies' and Growing Girl.' Walking Boots With good weight ecwn GROCERY NEWS OF INTEREST TO THRIFTY SHOPPERS ..Squirrel Peanut Butter per Ib. ,40c Bananas, per Ib......................25c Oranges at, per dozen........3Sc, SOc, 60c Grapefruit, 20c Lyle's Syrup per tin..............SOc Fresh Roasted and Ground Coffee: per Ib.. 65c Comb Honey........................6Sc LETTUCE. CELERY, ETC., FRESH DAILY PHONES 313, 1513. INCORPORATED (Tampans, IRTn tUr ;