Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920 ri -LETHBmtWEf.DAILY HEPtALD PAGE THIRTEEN presented 's very r pretty scene wilji fed-shaded lights A tlnyn in Cal Iltal desires tolthank the mcmb( conven- of tlle Stkokotokl Chapter, I. 0. D. Pincher Creek, i Mrs. Morden who has pary attending the ;Rebekali toavea- ,r tlon, returned to the city thia after- 'or the sdrvlecs rendered at their las nooi; meeting when a transfer was sent with la request for a bolt ot towelling and] W. A. Ross and little daughter, deHvered HHy-rii .beautifully Kathleen, of Pincher Qreek, arrived In the city on -Wednesday and are the guests of Mrs. Ross' .sister, Clark. IJT K. Han-is has retu'rued from a bneineos frlp to Calgary. are friends indeed. Very many thi ilrs to the Sikokotokites. The. Salt pita! takes off Its'hat to them. The degree'team' of the Dominion Hebckah lodge No." 41 -who went to Calgary (to compete for'the Dominion I Mrk H.; S. Johnson of challengB cup were the anccessful con- who has been the guest of Mrs. A. R. winning the cup by a very .McGuire, left for her home via Cal- gary on Thnrsday. ANNOUNCEMENTS .j An engagement just announced in England, Is that of favomhle margin. Members of 'the local order.can feel justly proud of the-hpnor thus gziuii.-' Eeeley to Frank 'Cecil Meyer, 'the son fnusje_has ol Sir Carl and Lady who i An exceptionally fine orchestral concert will be presented at the Ma- jestic theatre on Sunday evening next, at S o'clock, by the Lcthuridge Phil- harmonic Society Orchestra of twenty pieces. A diversified program of orchestral arranged by Carles i B.ereftordi ;.'hc conductor of .lie i or- ve a beautiful housa in. program will rinclude. a street, lino country popular operatic se ec marches, and a Essex Miss Seeley is a near relative couple, or descriptive numbers AV; h of General Seeley, who had a good lllc orchestra now consisting of twent) dpal to say in connection with Eomo splendid music may he minislry'during the war. The prospec- toohed. f orward to. live brldep-OTm was the Euhject of Miss, Andereon will asast ir one' of the most f ambus portraits of vocal solos. .Other .vocalists will be John' Singer. Sargcat, the renowned appear also. A UNIQUE MUSIC PUBLISHER Mrs. A. J. Slasny, a Cleve- land is D-jrope on A largo scale with American, popular tsongE. She. Is the first person to do 'this and the first woman a success of tho popular song.business. Last year sho smashed all records in the song game, by selling copies o( "Girl i. C. Raley, F. W. Downer, John Mur- doch, W. H. Hoil, J. 0. Harper, S. J.' Shepherd, A. Dunbar, T. H. McCready and 0. W. Leech. A 'complete report of the activities of the chapter during the year will be published later. 4 4 SOCIAL 4 44444 4 4 4 .4'4 4 4 4 4. 4 4 4 Following tho basketball game in the "Y" tonight a ilarce- will be given in Harper's hall and there is no doubt It will be largely altcnded by tho younger set. Splendid music lias been secured. Ltist nt thi home of the-'Mipses Viva and Ursula Klton, a most unlnue and attmetlvo 'wedding shower'was given In honor of Miss Myrtle -Wllcox, who la leav- ing the city In the near future to bD- rome the bride'jof ilr. Earl Paul, of Ogclen, Utah, U.a.A. Tho tHiiing-rooin wa.s decorated in a color scheme red and white, 'while the drawing room'correspondingly carried out the same colors with n bountiful profusion iif lieaits nnd cuplils. Twenty-one girl friends and rela- tives of thp-! present. 1'iiH courso dinner wns served, nnd Japanese weave which wns so TUtch used last spring will iio doubt again come in for some prominence, iml goes "Most of the slr.iw hats ara com- bined with1 sport silks' in the facings. flanr.n.i or crowns. This gives a soil effect that Is always pretty. Rnlia bodies have a good future, ami'in Hie chain link typo make good-looking nrge lints. "All agree that this Is going to bo a bigger sport season tban ever. Tiio new brilliant colors lend allure to this type of Cttstumtng, nnd the large fcilk manufacturers have been making spe- cial endeavor to turn out a lovely line of sport silks. These, loo, will be made up into sport bats. "It looks .is though this la going to be a good season for yecliln straw. It stands out prominently among the GABY DESLYS' DYING WISH Only a tow of her moat in- timato theatrical friends will attend tho funeral of Oaby Deslys. At her request the Ceremony will be as sim- ple aiid private as possible. Gaby's dyini; wlab urns that the magnificent strlny pearls which sho wore on gala occasions and which la salil to he the present of ex-King Manuel of Portugal, be buried with her. More than-500 friends sent flow- ers, .The novrs of the famous actress- dancer's death lias' been a severe shock to the theatrical world of Paris. Grape-Nuts The cereal that needs Sweet from the sugar, self-developeji from its own grains, Rsady-to-eat Economical, "There'i a Reason" THE WtiRLD'S GREATEST CONTRALTO? m Accept "California" Syrup o! Ilgs for the name CaliforiJln on the package, thcrt you aro sure your child Is having the hest and, most harmless laxative or physic for tho little stomcch, liver and .bowels. Child- ren lovo Its dellclouj fnifly Insto. Full M Generous Assortment of Early Spring Merchandise Very noticeable throughout the Store m m Some of the New Spring Models in' Ladies' Suits are featured in our Main Window this Week-end, Be sure and see them. The New SPRING- SUITS are Simply Stunning They will measnre np to your fondest ideals of .what Is really smart in a tailored suit.- New in qvery' line. A noticeable.feature Is the ripple peplini and the shoo string belta seen in the jackets. Vestees, collars and cuffs are In embroidered tinsel effects in con Iras t- 1 Ing colors. Some very elaborate designs In mil- lltary and spntache with rows of huttons'from waistline to hem, add1 a very. smart effect to the finished garment. Tailored. lin iricolinea, popllni, serges, the predominating color being navy blue. of Serge and Wool Jersey' This Season's Goods. Offered on Saturday at A good selection to.-choose from, modelled according to the newest ideas. Bven if you have ,-fli'e habit" It will be well worth your while to see these dresses, and may save .you ihe trouble of buying a money order and unnecessary delay.- Meeting the Popular Demand for SEPARATE .SKIRTS SILK POPLIN SKIRTS Now Ofiered at Not all sili, ot course, out you'll be pleased with the material used in Ilia making of these garments just the' same. They have novelty smartly finished with a buckle or large pearl button. A nice skirt for afternoon wear. Colors navy, taupe, Belgian and black. SKIRTS OF SERGE Selag In black and navy, trimmed with oxydized and pearl buttons, togDthe- wtth black military braid. Smart but- ton trimmed novelty pockets..Make a point of seeing them. VELOUR COATS Saturday Special Three only, youthful styles, trimmed. belfcd and but- Determined Clearance of WINTER COATS Takes Place on Sat. Tbc peculiarities pi .lliis Souiltera Alberta .climate jii'ake a winter coat an. absolute neces- Byi taking advantage of tlwsd special re- .dilutions, oil .Saturday you be furnished with a garment that not only protects you from cold, -but also.keeps out.the dust and .a? a good protection to your dress when motoring. advantage 'of 'the big SILVERTONE COATS Rejular Saturday Special SeVeri only, belted models, button Tito roomy styles, convertible collars. FUR TRIMMED SILVERTONE COATS Regular Saturday Special Four only, lined floral silk. Collars are of. fur. One ot them haa cuffs ot fur also. Belted models In nice roomy ntylea. Sach one of them aoake very, desirable garment. v TWEED COATS Regular to Saturday Special Only three left. Come early on Saturday 'if you want to one, i An Admirable Array of New Goods Awaits You in the and Staple Departments ENGLISH "WASH WELL" GINGHAMS This excellent OJngham comes In every Imaginable plain effect and small and med- ium checks. Also in plain shades of pink, blues and greys. It is 35 inches .wide. Per- .'lectly fast colors and .very hardweartng. Como and seo this beautiful cloth. It comes in 40 fleslfnia And wo are selling at the special price of, yard......... DOC "TOOTAL" GINGHAMS Thfs is the highest class gingham made. N'olhihg finer was over called a gingham. It Is 32 inches wide. Comes in eight beauti- ful of plaids and sell for, -I op yard l.JJ FINE NURSECLOTH GALATEA For rompers, suits, blouses and houde- dre5B63. This value Is untieatable la Canada. 28 Inches wide. Special price, Aftr yard HwC OXFORD SHIRTOJG Imported direct from England in light shades .only.' 32 inches wide. Fine designs. Special valuo at, yard FINE TWILL SERGE 40 inches wide. Comes In navy and Copen- hagen. Special bargain at, AA yard 6.UU SILK AND WOOL HENRIETTA In black only. Very special value n n r at, yard VERY FINE NAINSOOK In the sheerest ot'qualltles. This beautiful fabric is" 36 Inches wide' and of perfectly spun thread. Really delightful 'goods OC-, OOC- _at, ALL WOOL ENGLISH SERGE 2.65 42. inches wide. ID good ihattea oE nigger naVy, dark rod, reindeer, taupe anil "Coiienhagen. Our price, yard VERY SPECIAL In dark, grey only. Light weight DRESS MATERIAL. For summer wear and elderly latllas' dresses.' S8 Inches wide. Very Crt special value at, yard OUC Look at Tortguel Remove Pohons Frohi Stomach, Llvei- and Bowels. House Furnish- ings Dept. MORE NEW ARRIVALS "Sleepwell" Pillows Yj7, Pillow, D Ib, weight, 18x20 n pn inches, at n pair RxcElslor Pillow, B Ib. weight, o Indies, at a pair Pillow, 5 Ib. weight, t ftp lSx2C.Inches, at a Urcamlanil weight, n inches, Rt a pair I Princess Pillow, C Ib. weight, ft AA 21x27 ilichuS, at U pair.....SJ.yU SATURDAY SPECIALS CUPS AND SAUCERS, Clover n (JA Leaf, nt per CUPS AND SAUCERS, Plain o whlto, at per dpzoh SASH CURTAIN Ar ular !5c Grocery Dept. I.IIicd Fcoi, Ready Cut, Wagstaffo's, per packet Pineapple Sirs. Eamens, 4f, per tin Grapelado, Welsh's, te, per tin Friiltlado, Welsh's, Is, per bottle Jlaple Syrup, liowee, Bs, per tin Custard Powder, Bird's, small size, each Cuatarrt Powder, Gallon's, per packet Creamery Duller, Seal of Quality, por Ib.