Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
9, THE KAJLY HESAIJJ. YLANDS This Sale is planned to excel every precedent of Oite in breadth of choice o values Every store's faraous'. Semi-Anuual mage Sale city's thrifty minded; who appreciate the, I monetary a sale like this which has always given highest possible prices. This year is no exception to the rule, vouch for the values offered .which, in many cases.are they could be replaced at. Our reason is our huge stpck must aodfour reputation! for values maintained. pure. linen sheeting. This Is a real bargain for" those who. use lineu Nevcr'agalu for aMong lime can we o offer fihch a value. Rummage SAlei yard DRESS GOODS A_blj assortment of dress goods in plain. -Uncy weaves.' in aworleil colors suit-' uMa tor odd skirls and children's wear. '4ftr inches wide. Values up to f 1.50 yard. -I Rummage Sale, yard l.UU "-CHILDREN'S Children's pure wool combinations In rib- weave. Tht-se are wonderful value- hut are a line -we are. discontinuing EO.om they' rfoY Regular valfies up to JS'.OD a null. llies Ih Wanted Goods MEN'SSOX These arc eilra 'special. They arc made- with -short or1 long sleeves aud ankle length and V-neck. They are wool. r Mr. and Jlrs.'Knowles will reslfc In Barons.' "S A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING o CHURCHES SO Industry Is the mother of good luck. Collage cheese is delicious vith fruit preserves poured over It. Oysters are yld to come nearer to milk that any other form of food. The longest periods In a small boy's life arc those between meals. Shoes covered with diamonds were recently -worn by a womau at a ball In Paris. Ei-Empress' Eugenie, Widow of Napoleon III, Is visiting Paris and goes to Cap Martin soon for the win; ter. She is travelling incognito. Gaby Dcslys Is in a serious condi- tion following the ninth operation or her throat. The-X-ray revealed an ex- aggerated inflammation, and It is fear- ed another operation will be neces- sary. PllcVr, her dancing partner, say's the former operations were unsuc- cessful .because Gaby inslslcd that llio surgeons work from the inside of her throat and mouth so us not to cut and searcher neck. But It another opera- tion the surgeon will in- sist on .opening her throat the outside, regardless of the scars. A well-known admirer has nrorpis- ed to ?Iye; her a pearl clog collar big enoughMb hide the marks, even if It cwsls a. mlljion francs. 3OC5ETIES 4 4 At inonthiy meeting of the Slkokotoki fchapter I. O. V. B. held Tuesday 'evening, January 6lh In the Y. M. C. A., the nominations for of- ficers for the forthcoming year were fsken and-will j be voted on next month. It was also decided to give a SL Valentine's1 dance on Kebruarj- IJtU jTwo letters were read that, had been, rqcelved from the Frank' Sanatovium-and. which wo are publishing below, 'as It probably will be d( public interest to know what the chapter'has been doing. 'Frank Sanatorium, Frank, Alberta, I Dec. 6th, 1919. Miss Agnes O'Hagan, i Acting TJie.iSikokotoki Chapter, 1108 3rd Avd. South, Alberta. Dear Miss O'Hagan: i On behalf of this in- stitution, I wish lo.lhank'you for Ihe splendid collection of books receivwl .from.tlie, Slkoiotokt Chanter. The natieiits are jngt dellghled vfith them; such'ii qunnUty of the very'best; and Om boys arc great readers, neat, which gives them plenty of- opportun- ity to read, is part of. the cure. Some-of our patients ara very sick, yet on (be whole manage to keep .smiling, and appear contended. thanking you for your kind- ness, and wishing yonr Chapter every (success. I remain, youra very truly, B. 51. KNIGHT, A. D. R. The Sanatorium, Frank. Alberta; been reached.'' There are two reasons why he ex- pects, the change: First, because the "women are re- gaining their sense of good taste, which-ho believes has been verv no- ticeably absent since Iho cud of llie war, and, i Second, because the coal crisis Is impossible" for women lo sit In restaurants, theatres, ball rooms ,_aml. concerts without, wraps about their which entirely cover their elaborately "missing" bodices. Wonh 'declared tbot tho really aristocratic, women among liis clien- tele never wore these scanty bodices! Tho bulk of wlomcn, however, obtained their inspiration for the recent styles from musical artists, who extended tile exposed back fashion to the 'front as well. ,v During the height of tbe'Jpr'ese'nt "undressed" season among Paris women In tho raslaurant'" and hotel dining rooms were more! than dressed, tho surfaces far exceeding' covered waist-surfaces.. ..j. will Quality..! Groceries Mixed Peel Cuf. 1 each 5 Seedless; Snnkist, 20c, 2 Jelly Powders, aborted flavors, per packet Custard Powder, Bird's small we, each I Blanc Mange Powder, Bird's, 2 packets for. .Li; Custard Powder, Carton's vanilla flavor 1 Gelatine, Knox'sy per 2 Marmalade, Sheriff's 2s, glass jar, each 5 Marmalade, Wethey's Is, glass jar, each... .U.3 Pickles, mixed, Crosse Bkckwell's, per bottle i Chow Chow, Crosse BlackwelTs, pW, Catsup, Del Monte, per bottle TV i i r See d. Opposite THE FIRM FOR SERVICE NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY ,V VVJio-shol and killed, of Figaro, mis i exposing Iho plot to uctrtjy France to'Germany, Inset Is Joseph Cai'I j laux-, who'Is charged with treason. i J- i V is stored irt the granules of thd All the best parts of wheat and malted barley carefully selected and blended are first processed, then baked for twenty hours to produce the wonderful flavor of GrapesNuts. An economical food y In Nourishment "There's QReason' -V _. fTade by- CanBdiari Postum Ont.