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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, KKBBLAHY SI. THE LBTHBK1DGK DAILY HEKALb PAGE ELEVEN MILADI NOT RECtlVING Mrs. Charles McKlllop will not re ceive tomorrow. s the guost of Mr. uud Mrs. If. Ward. Mrs." II. S. White and daughter Phyllis returned from Calgary this morning. Mr. While will remain an- other weeji. In Calgary. Scott, Craggy lake, with Mrs. Wat HOU; Mrs. Shuw. Nemtsram, with Mrs. M. McMahon; Mrs. Rpoero. combe, with Mtu Seof.t; Mrs. Stoen, Nanton, with Mrs. W. MuCalluui; Mrs. Taylor, Lfthbridjo; Mrs. Taylor, i Urn well, with Mrs. U. Taylor; MrB. Terry, Karttham. with Mr.i. C! B. Bow- man; Mrrf. Thomson. Bowmunton, with Mrs. C. Raloy: Mrs. Thursflold. Manyberries, with Mrs. C. li. Bow- man; Mrs. Tippeit, Winnil'rod, with Mrs. W. H. Patterson; Mrs. Topliss, Kishburn, with Mrs. S. Jackson; Twitcfoeu, with Mrs. Mur- phy: Mrs. Trebbed. Wimiitrod, with Mrs. Tates: Mrs. Wallers. Lnnd- breek, witli Mrs. Mrs. ber. Grassy Lake, with Mrs. Cragg. H tf .j. c- SOCIAL EVENTS Sleighing parties are becoming [popular.- On Saturday evening the Air. and Mrs. E. A. Wilson have re-1 g'ood old custom was revived when turned-to the city after an extended the Alberta government employees, rlsit with relatives in I'eterborc, Ont. I some thirty In all, gathered togethei j two sleigh loads and had a merry Mrs. 0. K Jainicsnn inis.. a-; her. trip about the city, finishing with guest her sister, Miss Porter, of Medi- lunch at the Silver Orill. cine Hat. who will visit with her for a short llms. Mrs. A. M. Grieg entertained very v- delightfully on Saturday afternoou at Professor Tjnivarsitj- of Al- three tables of bridge. The rooms bcrta, Edmonton, is ii visitor in the I were very attractively decorated In city today. -f i Mrs. Tuiney wus a visitor in Cal- gary week. Valentine favors, Mrs. J. A. Harris being the fortunate winner at cards. The teachers of the primary depart ent of Wesley Sunday school enter- Mrs, li. T. Whitney of IMw Island I tained all the boys girls of their .va.i 11 visitor in Calgary last department, also the small delegates whon she attended the Old-Timers' IJruitjuet. Edward Lalidry oi! Picture in town, at a delightful little party in Wesley Hall on Saturday afternoon. About thirty-five .young people as- sembled at the hall and spent a joy- Butle is doing very well following her i ous afternoon at gamei Of all sorts, operation in the Gait Hospital. u MM. II. II. Johnson on Saturday received ilie sad news of the death of her mother at Enchant. H. B. Bennett; K.C., and A. McLeod Sinclair have returned from Loth- enjoying among other things the stor- ies told them by their teacher. Re- freshments added a final touch to the afternoon. The Tea Dansant given by the Mili- tary Chapter, I.O.D.E., on Saturday last was a decided success in every bridge, whero they attended the sit- j way. The tables were very spring- ting of the supreme like In appearance, each one having Albortan. Mrs. .loe Maiiglum has returned to city utter .spending a week in" joyod to the very last minute. Madame Calgary. Mrs. June li. Smith .led today for Chicago, whero she Is taking. a post-, graduate course in chiropractics., f -f .Miss Clinton, Miss Insey and Miss' Keith hiivn moved to the L. Keel resi- dence, 519 7th Street. i Price, Crepe de Chine; Value, for White and pink only, beautiful quality ..French make Grope de Chine. Very heavy and silky. 40 inches, wide. Regu- lar 55.75. Readjustment An PA Chiffon. Taffeta, Yard Good grade silk, full 30 inches wide, aoft finish that insures good wear; Green, Black. Belgian Blue, Brown, Pehiu, and Navy. Regular yard. Readjustment Price, AH Wool Yard pood quality all wool serge, colors Crimson, Wine, Brown, Ureen, and Rose. Mozularly sold at ?3.50. Adjust- or nient price, Tartan Dress Goods lor skirls, misses' dresses, etc.; 41 inches wide; six different designs to choose from. Was Adjustment Price, yard Plaid Ginghams for 69c A great variety of fancy plaids, in all colorings: ,TS inches wide. Formerly sold at S5c. Adjustment Price, .yard .........................OSIC Striped Chambray for 49c Cornea in helio, blue and grey grounda, with neat white stripe 31 inches wide. Hegular C9c. Adjustraent Price VALUES IN THE DRY SECTION -U, Household Cotton, Yard Worth 39c.. Just the quallty tor eyery- wear. Good useful grade, and with no Oiling. Special value at, Heavy Table Damwk, Yard 82 inches wide; come'B in pretty i and leaf design; sheer linen finish. Was Adjustment gji Price, yard ......r.... White Naiiuook, 39c Yard SC-inch flno XVhite Nainsook; no fill- ing; a good medium grade for every- day use. Regular SBc.yard. Re- OA priced to, yard White Terry Bath Towels, SOcPair Size 17 I 3S, White Turkish Towels, thick nap ensuring good dryers. Regu- lar Adjustment Price. QA Phoenix Silk Hose, Pair One of the best grades of American Hose, pure silk, in colors of Havana Drown and Whito only. Was An nf S2.95, Adjustment. Price, nnir. Hose, Women's Pure Cashmere Heather Hose, sizes 9, SV> and 10. Smart and newest colors. Regular frl Adjustment Price, Ladies' Pure Wool Hose, Pair hlack jind chocolate colora only; iuipoKetl goods. All sizes. Wan f2.00 pair. Adjustment Price. dpi Biuter Brown Hose, 59c This Una in aJzes (J to 7la only. Tlie best wourinj; stocking tm the mi'.rket. Black only. Regular 75c pair. Price, pair, BARGAINS IN ALL DEPTS. ;