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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920 THE DAILY HERALD ____ jii PAGE ELEVESf BIG WOMEN'S DRESSES 42, 44, 46 and 48 WE HAVE MADE SPECIAL PROVISION TO SUPPLY WOMEN OF OUT-SIZE PROPORTIONS WITH A SPLENDID VARIETY OF GARMENTS THIS SEASON, AND FIRST TO COME TO HAND ARE "THESE LARGE DRESSES. We have a particularly line shew- ing of serges, tricotines, gaberdines and silks in very srnart and attractive models that are suitable and becoming in especially large.sizes. Coat and plain dress styks of lovely fine materials, just as snarl aad snappy the smaller dresses, handsomely trimmed wHh braid and buttons. Colors mostly navy and black.' Prices: and f Fresh Shipment Just to Hand By freight and express of dress goods and silks, prints and and shirtings, galateas and romper cloths, nainsooks and long cloths, voiles and mulls, silk and cotton marquisette; knitted and-cambric underwear, silk underwear, Gdssard corsets, voile, crepe de chine and'georgette waists, petti- coats, sweaters, suits, coats, skirts, etc. CLARKE CO. 614 THIRD AVE. LETHBRIDGE SI1 PERSONAL A. Buchanan, M.P., loft today for Ottawa. SJP tea cn The Store of Quality: Groceries in vocal music, a Solder of the Stutch bury cup, and one of tho ing artists lu Alberta, and her num bers will be worth more than the whole of admlMfon... Come and show your Interest in our Lethbridje lalept end In the Travellers' Aid to Ihe home for which tho money Is be- ing donated. Her. Craig will be In the chair; Capt. DenooD will present the medals. Please keep tbe open. The Udfea' Aid o; the Baptist church will serve refreshments from 3 to 6 o'clock on Thursday afternoon In 4he North Lethbridge Bap list church, Gth Ave. N. i Tbe many friends ot L. F. and son Robert will bo sorry Ic team that they aru confined to Iheir home suffering from a very severe attack of la gripixi and bronchitis. 31r. and Mrs. J. B. Terrlll, who were gueitB In Edmonton during the pasl 'week, returned home Saturday. Mr.'Ferguson, rnanacer ot the Staa- dard Bank, Coaldale, has gone to To- ronto to attend SUndard Bank convention in that city. A. E. Hiller, of- Maidstone, Sask., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and ,The Art Department of tie Maine Mrs. J. Scott, wbile her husband sj'Club will meet at the home ot Mrs on a business Irip in Toronto. CHUHCHS6 AND SOCIETIES 6th Aye. A.Soulh, afternoon, oil members ot this ert Nlven. of New Dayton, department present. e week-end in the city. r Women of Moosehcart Legion, No Mr. and Mrs. J. Walsh are visillng friends Jn Cranbrook. Bt 7.30 o'colck. A full attsud Sir. B spent the ance of members Is reo.ue4ted. PARIS NEEDS MORE TAXES PASSPORT REFUSED GBN'BVA, Feb. French con- sulate :it Berne lias refused to issue. v.nii a. umui. v" us...., passport to M.' Grober, secretary of million francs, Is considering taxing the Swiss Socialist party, who wished pianos and servants. It .is'desired tu i to attend the Vrcnch Sq.ciallst con- pay oft th'o deficit in three years. gress nt Slrassliours. RAH1S, Feb. city of Paris, T.'ilh a deficit ol nearly live hundred A splendid wast-EARLY! complete unworn tWd wilh-botrd ryb-tnd-ierub doae with 10 the ace out a Sunlifhl Snip with Good aewil _ BfcOTHEKS UMITHD. ll is with very great pleasure that Mrs. W. A. R. Cocq and Mr. Dudley Cocg led today for Toronto where 51r. COCEJ will inter Hall.'.' >Mr. Fred Thaell is confined to nil home suffering from a severe attack of-la grippe. Mr. Golden, who in acting as man- oger of the Standard during the absence ot Mr. In Toronto, spent the week-end In tho city. Mr. C. F. jHiuiesufi' gave a most Chapter. is called r Tuesday erening at the Nursinc Mis is sion' s _ THE HIGH SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT WE-AIM AT PERFECTION IN ALL DETAILS iN QUALiTY. PRICE AND SERVICE. IF NOT ALREADY A CUSTOMER WE SOLICIT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLEASE YOU. Corn Flakes, Krinkle, 5 packets for 55c Post Toasties, 4 packets for..............52c Pancake Flour, Aunt Jemina, 2 packets for 45c Buckwheat Flour, Red Feather, 2 packets for 35c Bran, 100 Ib. iacks, Shorts, 100 lb..sacks, JAM Gooseberry, Plum and Apricot, per tin Bovril, per bottle 75c, Biking: Powder, Dr. 12 oz. tin, 45c Ib. tin, each.....'............... 5 Ib. tin, each PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Tbe entertainment-held by the High the Central school inspiring' addreaTto" Brothers ,mra evening drew a large I have 4o record the nomination ol o( Knolc ChurcK yesterday after- Tbe program was-lengthy, our. Hon. Kegenl, Tilrs. Ritchie, as 705tbrook are en ro garyvwhero Mr. YVi route 'est- !'an only the brook attended .the grand lodge of Ihe 1.' 0. 0. F., represeutint; For.eniqst Lodge, No. 126. carpentering and persplra- WEDDINGS The one-act comedy, "My -Ixird In infolded a of plot and counter-plot, irllh highly divertine re suits. Miuee Mary Ottlud, Lonu Simpson and-'Maiflle Bowaua EUfitiln: ed Ihclf roles In a above criticiun. OjUiiod in the lead Dagmar Sando.ulst displayed her i ample Block with a flow, ot French aa fluent and as delightfully tglble as any Parisian Miss Kathleen Ball, as the faEtldious. Bh'pp- was pronounced.Irresistible. An mtertaiuing recitation by. Jliss-Mar- iorie Smith set forth, lii her amusing way, the perversities, ot the. vff'f, young. Tableaux of the war' were s'tageij Grade with. rein force ipents ol the more'pugnacious spirits-tro'm olher grades. There was an Imposing array of national costumes with a rather terrifying display ..of. military hardware. What with tlio majestlcal calm ot tbe Allies, the. sword-rat.tllng of the enemy, with Peace, arid hovering over ihe .scene, the air-was full of tense situations..The Red Cross Honian Catholic" church, Fernle, A'mbro'se. Joseph Schell, ,roles following: Halifax Navy, pairs Frank Sanitarium, 200 pairs; Winni- bridesmaid peg lor French refugees, 90 manager of the Cranbrook Jobbers, was united in marriage' to Margaret conscientious burglar. Ti .Agnes Howard, also, of Cranbrook. The brida was given away by brolher-In-law, Fred Dennlson. The groom-was 'assisled by'Carl Mackay, and Frances Drummond acted'as and khaki were represented on .activo Poland; service and It .must be admitted thai he boys of .Grade X. mado very BUO cessful dead men. item'that must not be ras the preseuialiou of the llentenant- inedal to Mlsa Irene Lavf- 'ord, and last year's class diplomas to the-successful students. STUDY TYPriuS IN POLAND GEMBVA', John .Todd, of McGIll University, ac-companicd by Uurt Wolbach, of 'Harvard medical Echool, has arrived here to confer with 'medical director 'di the League ot Red-Cross Societies'con- corning Inquiries the league