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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, I'EBHUAWY 19, DA1LV HKKALD PAP.R Excellent Assortment of NEW SPRING GOODS Featuring fresh new ttockc of dress goods( and staples and wash goods; hosiery and gloves; and .underwear; whltewear and.wattu; suits and eoais; skirts and dresses; silk underwear and AND FEATURING PRICES WHICH IN THE 'GREAT MA- JORITY OF CASES ARE FULLY AS AS THOSE OF A YEAR AGO FOR SIMILAR QUALITY MER- CHANDISE, AND AGAIN FORCIBLY DEMONSTRATING THE LEADERSHIP OF THIS STORE FOR BEST SELEC-' ,TION AT LOWEST PRICES AND OF THE FACT.' THAT IT MEANS MUCH MONEY SAVED TO SHOP AT'CLARKE'S.' Dainty New Underwear Silks Excellent quality TuEsah in plain shldps, of 'flo'sli. maize, sky, old rose. ailce. ian. whiter and black. S6 inch. Spe- cia) vrvluc. Washable Silk Crepe for Underwear Lovely fine n.unlily. 3S inches wide. Quality good enough for waists as well ns underwear. Colors aky. flesh, maizo and white. I 'Extra Fine Silk Mull in'All Colors 90c Very fine mc-rcerlzed finish, 40 incher wide. Colors flesh, cky, maize, white and black. Special value at the price. Lovely Colorings in New Plaid Ginghams 45c I .27 Inches wide. Splendid quality; big range of plaids. Sam? price as a year ago. Anderson's Finest Scotch 65c Very line quality Scotch zephyrs, at- most r_s sheer na voiles. A variety ot mqrri than a dozen hnnusoruo plaid cf- j feclfc ns well-as all plain shades. 27 ..inches wlilc. Fast colors. Fine Silk Marquisettes Lovely rich goody; 36 inches .wide. .Very soft and clingy. Colors slice, old roso ,maize .and cream and champigne. Special Value Towellings 35c Bought three years ago nnd just now lo h'andi Nearly all pure linen. Splendid firm cloth. -IS'Inches wide. Brown with red border. Beautiful New DRESSES to Fine series and Irlcollnes. also taffetas, georgettes and incsselalnes. A wonderfully complate now selection In styles that are exclusive with this store. Splendid selection of small women's and regular women's EIZCS. Extra Large Dresses Wo have provided for tin: needs of the big women this season as never before and have dresses o( serges and silks to fit almost any figure in sizes up -to 40 aim 48, niwl in EtyleB that are most bo coming. The Store of Quality Groceries 't ft PERSONAL tend, aa several rualters of extreme importance are (o be discussed. I The: Senior Choir of the tlnitcd church will meet for practice tonight., j A- tendance Is desired. Mrs. .Maude Homer..superintendenti Gait Hospital; will receive iai Fri- day. February 27th, and thereafter on j the fourth Friday of each ffimith uutil tvjthor. notice. j. W. Hamilton of Unity. Sask., who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. F; D. In Calgary Is now in the eltv-the guest of Mrs. J. C. McKce, iSlh: Street South: j> The i marriage, look place at Trinity church, of Mary Isabella daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. David Scott 'of' Attercllffe, to Orr received Ihe sad news last Mr. Robert B. Hayes, son Mr. and evening the dealh, of her mother Mrs. G'eo. Hayes' of N'antpn, Alberta. H. C. DIxon officiated. -KIRXPATR1CK Of Interest to east and west in Can- e1 and left this 'afternoon to attend the Tlcv. Canon funeral in Moose Jaw. DATE- Mr. and Mrs. James Hose who have, been In Calgary confined to their room ada was the wedding which took place In the Pulltser hotel through the ill- Tuesday evening, February 17 at i ness of Mrs. Rose, returned to the city o'clock in Christ church (Anglican) last nlgbl. Mrs. Hose Is much im- Edmonton, when Gladys Emily, eldest daughter ot George U. F. Klrkpatrlck manager of the Imperial Dank and Mrs. Klrkpatrlck, 105th street. proved in health. V Mr. and Mrs, ol Grassy Lalte "who have just returned after several was married to Harold BrackcnViry Gossard Corsets Tha height of perfection and recogniz- ed leaders of all front lacing corsets. Splendid selection of new models in an almost complete range of sizes. Prices to months spent In Spokane were vlsl- tors la the city on -Monday. i Sirs. Hatfleld ot the Simpson Co, staff coaHaed to her home suffer- ing from neuritli. R. 13. Bennett sailed for England Tuesday, and will later attend the Hed Cross conferenco'at Geneva. New Waists to In spite of sharp advances hi prices our waists are as cheap as -those o[ r, year ago and we ore showing very smart models in Crepo lie Cbincs and Geor- gettes. At and CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store 614 3rd Ave. S. Date of youngest son uf the late Newell Date of Ottawa and Mre. Br.le. The ceretnony was a very pret- ty one performed by the Rt. Rev. Heiiry Allen Gray, Bishop of Eduion- Ica, assisted by Rev. Pierce Gouldlng. Miss Beatrice Goodhand who has charge of Miss Tilncy's millinery dc- v partmcnt returned today after spend- ,ng a month's vacation with her par- ents in Calgary. A VANCOUVER WOMEN'S CLUB GAVE MERRY TEA FOR OUT-OF-TOWN FOLKS 'i 't Xo one in Vancouver realized what a number of visitors the city was cn- the members of tho Mrs. E. Sick is at present visiting tertalnlng until tr. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mcl'hee oil Canadian Women's club began to Foremost. I send out invitations lo women in other places, lo attend a tea, given Alexander Arthur Alphonse Maule- in their honor, In the Hotel Van Is the name to he given to the most ccnver L-211 room last Friday (after of baby in England, the young noon. son ot Lady Patricia Hamsay. This vraa, decided after a royal conclave at which the mother declined to. allow Queen Mary or other.members'of the royal family to act as sole arbiters oh It was ilrst thought that two him -drcd invitations only would he need ed, but when the names of the vis Hora were recorded It was found tha two hundred was but a small percen the momentous question. Princess lage of the neopla who wore spendin Patricia had her own way In the choice of names' Alexander and Maule stand for the .child's father, Arthur for his grandfather, the Duke January at tho coast. An evening reception had beei tendered the visitors a week or tw before, and, when the list was pn pared it found that the entertain OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE NOT ONLY IN THE QUALITY OF THE GOODS WE SELL AND THE PRICE AT WHICH WE SELL THEM, BUT ALSO IN EVERY SERVICE WE RENDER YOU AS OUR CUSTOMER, Pilchard's, tall size tins, each 25t Coffee, Amber, 3 Ib. packet, ground or bean, Prunes, prepared ready to use, t Ib. tin, each Catsup, Del Monte, per bottle, 36c Catsup, Libby's, per bottle, each........... 30c Molasses, Ginger Bread, 5s, per tin..........60c Molasses, Domolco, 5s, per 75c Rolled Oats, Quaker, in tubes, each........ ,35c Honey, Airline, b bottles 40c, 60c and Grape Fruit, large size, each ISc PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE: success these entertainments were, Mr. Davidson talked a good'deal about t, especially to the officers of the different women's clubs in Vancouver vlth the result that the women wanted a spec's! ten parly for the members of their own sex. and last Friday's tea was'the outcome. wan a iolly affair. The ball room of the Hotel Vancouver had been en- for tho afternoon and the dif- ferent committees from the womenfs clubs had spent much thought 'and lime in arranging :it In Q'V.'av that would facilitate' the meeting of those who knew each from the same section of the country. First It was' Intended tQ ask. .only visitors prairie.'..provinces, but before thb list was nnjshed'names appeared on' it from every province in the Dominion, from the British Isles and also from thejUnited: Slates of the rooms ivero placards bearing :he names of Ihe plaices from which, tho guests had come and, with fern's ind palms, each separate place was turned into a cosy liomo nook with Is own tea laTilo and special host- esses to receive, introduce and eh- terlaln. After Ihp first general greeling tho guests were directed ;ach to the place that represented her home, and was at once among her own people. The numbers played during the afternoon .were a delight, and whfn bits of dance music were many fe'et'liept time to the airs dnd would have delighted In for: a'-while, but there were too many an open space. llfsa Audrey Mild- niay, Mrs.. W; E. 'Jiiss Preswlch added to 'the enjoyment of the afternoon with-song. and musio of Connnughi, and Alphonse for the, _ King of Spain. The royal christening' lnS would have to be done In two pan ceremony will take place at St. James'I for the whole number of tho guests Palore on February 23, The son id could not begin to bo entertained in described as a pretty blue-eyed babe' Ihe rooms that had been arranged for with rich dark hair and bearing a their receplion, so a second party striking resemblance to his beautiful will be given on the evening of Feb- ruary 27. J. Reginald Davidson, of Vancouver, was the first to suggest party-giving for the prairie guests; that was two years ago, when a luncheon was tho special event. This season it was found lhat the number had far oul- grown luncheon-giving proportions, The Vancpuverr-balVvro6m is'except-.and the'hope that this TOS only tho and popular mother. He already is Queen Mary's pet. The Prince of Wales calls frequently to see Mf :young cousin, whom he had present- ed ivliUn two-handled christening cup. The Marquis of Blandford, son of the Duchess of ilarlborough, was mar- NEARING CHURCH CANVASS OBJECTIVE IN MANITOBA WIXX1PKG. Fob. the fact thai niow.scorma nnd Impassable rnads have virtually brought canvas- sing to a standstill in many districts, nil of tho denominations nre ncaving their Konvanl Movement financial ob- jective in Manitoba, with the Uaptists having already attained their goal. Tho weather rould scarcely have been ICFS favorable, and many districts have .found It necessary to postpone their effort. Where tho canvass has been undertaken, however, the re- sponse IB considered remarkable and the Indications are practically ev- ery church will reach or pass its ap- portionment CANADIAN WHISKEY CAUSES TROUBLE, MEXICO LAREDO. Texas, I'ch. mil- lion dollars' worth o( whiskey pnr- 21 81 1 35 For Breakfast Dinner and Supper eat plenty of good bread GOOD BREAD-the kind made as we make the finest wheat flour and other pure and wholesome ingredients, is a lood friend to every man, woman and child. It strengthens, sustains and nourishes. Reduce the number of courses you now serve at meals, and get the habit of eating moijC of our wholesome, appetizing bread, Your practice of that suggestion means household expense, less labor, better health and greater contentment, chased from firms In Canada is held by Msxican authorities anil-five high officials of the Mexican customs de- partment are in jail at Nuevo Ixiredo, opposite here, following' the discov- ery of an alleged smuggling plot. There are -IdO barrels ol the whiskey which was shipped from Canada in bond through the United Slates. It is alleged an attempt was made to bring il into Mexico without paying tbn duly on It, which amounts lo pesos. GRAIN CHEQUE FRAUD PttlNCB ALBERT. Sask., 1'eb. (By Canadian bctz, a Wakawa farmer, wns foiuid guilty by a jury in the court-o I King's bench oi fjauclulcnt conversion nnd fraudulently using grain rccelpb of the Progressive Knrmers'. Grail company al Whliawa, and was remaml cd until 2 p.m., Friday, for sentence The maximum penalty Is fourteei years' imprisonment.' Tho Jury-wa. out less than III roe-quarters of an hou nnd returned with a verdict of guilly on both counts. When It was realized what a huge led in London, on Tuesday, to The but It was not dreamed that one eve- ion. Mary Cadogan, daughter of nlng's reception could not Include all 3arl Cadogan at St. Margaret's the__guosls. ;hurch. Westminster. The wedding' fas the most, important social event the kind since the marrloge of 'rlncess Patricia of Connaught io M. Kninsay n year ago. King George, flueen Mary, Princess Mary. Dowager Queen Alexandra Princess Louis, sister of King Jeorge witnessed tho ceremony. SOCIAL lonally -.well arrang'ed: for entertain-: mcnts, thejnaln. entrance belng-.ffprn n low. galiofy at tho n broad flight of tew steps It nnd .the enlire room .Been before it is end, where the dojfsrhiid been draped: with spft-colored.ljcur- tnins, there was.a dais, committefl o( welcome guests ami afterwards, the of the Canadian'.Women's ciuh, Mrs. S. D. Scoll, made a little speech in which sho tqldr the guests hojr de- lighted Vancouver was to spe thern and, of course, expected them to come ngain. Along.the sides and. at .the1 far end first '.of many such parties was ex- pressed, by. Iha they, don- ned :their" wraps at'Thd pi tho evening: i Tho first woman flyer to .accom- plish tho feat of going from one air- plane to another while b'oth were in Miss Ethel IS'.years of age. ;AtjChIcago Jtiss.-.Munn ascend- ed' In" one'plane, while another with a rope ladder attached climbed to a leyel just above her machine. Tho young .woman worked her way to tho lip of the wing. Whcn'-'the second avi- ator camo into range'sho .seized tho rope ladder and made, the .transfer. Sloan's Liniment, Kept Handy, Takes the Flaht Out of Thorn. iv Eat Quaker Bread JOHN LTD Phone 378 Lethbridge, S7.0SH1X0 around in the wet ami then the dreaded rheumatic twifije! But not for long when Sloan's I.lnlment Is kept iiumly. 1'ninjs, strains, how soon this old family friend penetrates with- out nibbing and helps drive e'm away'. And how cleanly, no tniisa, no bother, no stained shin or pores. Muscles limber up, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia (ire promptly lieved. Keep n bottle handy nil the lime, Gel pne today if you've run out of Slnnn's Unlment. The benefit tea neid by the Wesley All at Ihe home of Mrs. Klpn, 1415 Gth Ave. South, yesterday after- noon was mosl successful, socially ami financially. The guests were received in the drawing room by Mrs. Ktpp, Mrs. (Rev.) Cragg. and Jlrs. J. Liv- Jirs. H. A. Crawford led to Hie tea room where Mrs. and .Airs. Aylesworlh presided over the daintily appointed tea table. They were assisted in serving by Miss Blanche Hnakcrvllle, Miss Agnes Dav- lilson nnd Miss Jlarlory Ferry. Mrs. Lnycock presided at the table of home cooking and through her sales much was vealizeil for Ihe funds of the mem- orial pipe organ. During the nfter- noon several delightful pianoforte sel- ccllons wore player! by Mrs. Cull and Miss Edith Klpp. Those In attendance at Iho whist drive given last night In the Monso llfill under the auspices of the Loyn' Order of Mooso, spent si thoroughly enjoyable time. Twenty tables were n play and the attractive prizes of fercd were awarded the following per sons: Mrs. Smeeil. ladles 1st; Mrs. Weatley. ladies' 2nd; Mr. Knowlden, gentleman's 1st; Sir. gen- tleman's 2nd. Mr.-.. Knowllon anil Mr. Hoss, consolations. The Wlllnrd W. C. T. U. are giving n social evening at the homo of Mrs. Kane. C27 Kth SI. north, on Friday evening to which members and friends are cordially Invited. All in Canada.) 70c, J1.40. (Macto Sloan's CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The music department of Ihe Maih- cals Club mccla tonight at the homo of Mrs. P. Foraler, M4 8th St. south. All members of this depart- ment aro urged to be present. V A meeting of Woman's Auxil- iary to the Y. M. A. will bo held In tho Y.-SI. C. A. .building, Friday at 3 p.m. 13vcry morabnr Is. urged to nt- Table Drink You Ought to Know About 1 Thousands of people now use this agree- able beverage in place .of coffee because of its greater healthfulness and econ- omy. Instant has an attractive coffee-like always uniform; and you can vary the strengh to suit any taste, Instant Postum comes in tightly sealed size size 50c is the'usuaj price. At Grocers Everywhere! CANADIAN POSTUM CEREAL WINDSOR, ONTARIO ;