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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1921 MILADI 'Edmonton, whore they attended When the world wag made Pan laughed The echo was rose a And sliver cloud. Pan wept and a rainbow Spun Its arch Where young leaves budded On elm and larch. Thrt KiinKifet COlOffl Flashed down the Pan smiled and Io! There were butterflies. .5. 4, Mr. A. G. Daullm who has been ill; In the Van Haarlem hospital for some time, has recovered sufficiently to he, moved to his homo. I Mrs. F. A. StoltM yesterday! afternoon to spend the winter In Flor- ida and will also visit In North Dakota. Mr. Stoltce la leaving to- morrow, Miss Avis Stacey is leaving tomor- row nifcht to continue her studies in St. Margaret's College at Victoria. She will.bo accompanied as far as Calgary by her father, Mr.'George Sla cay. NOT RECEIVING FRIDAY PERSONALS SOCIAL Soucl dance. Miss Alice McDougal is spending a lu spite of the weather prevailing, the drawing-rooms of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Bertrand are vis- itors in Caluary this week. couple of weeks holiday with her par- C. E. Brandow who received yester- ents at Grassy Lake. day afVrnoon for the first time since I moving into her new home, 944 13th Mrs. J. B. Ro.-s.is spending a week ftreet 8.0.utl1; Tl81' at Stavely visiting her son. tors- MiZ op- portunity of calling. Miss Wimogene and Bernice Brandow made two at- tractive little door attendauts. Mrs. Redmond invited to the tea room in which a color scheme of rose and Messrs. W. Hawkins. C. II. King- white prevailed and where Mrs. Lov- ilom, G. Osborne, P. Smeed and J. ering and Mrs. E. R. J. Forster cut Marsh returned this afternoon from the Ices at the daintily appointed tea- i __ table which was prettily centred with _ _ I carnations In the same colors. Mrs. Perry, Miss Agnes Hendrie and Miss Joan Pipes assisted In serving, while Miss Smith gave many delightful mnsical selections at Intervals during the afternoon. i Daily Fashion By Beresfnrd CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The ladles' aid of Wesley church are entertaining the choir in the Wes- ley hall tomorrow night at 6.15. All members of the choir are requested to be present. The Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. B., will hold their regular monthly meeting in the Armories tomorrow af- ternoon at 3 o'clock. This is a nom- ination meeting and a full attendance is requested. The A. Y. P. A. will hold their reg- ular meeting tonight in St. Augustin's hall at 8 o'clock sharp. A good at- tendance Is requested. INTERESTING COSTUME FOR OUTDOOR SPORTS The woman who has the leisure to enjoy outdoor sport at any season of the year has the choice of many in- teresting typea of clothes. This novel costume is one of the smartest. Of Knglish origin, it IH fashioned from a handsome double-faced tweed. Rough in texture, jt is remarkably light >ln weight, but as it is all woo) It is very warm. The knickors show the newest lines, which nre rather full about the knee. The capo If) very good-looking and may be worn with other clothes Then necesuor. A flannel shirt In tones that match the tweed, and a brilliant vennllllon tie and a tweed hat and. ribbed wool, stockings com- plete UMM outfit. GOLD BRICK SCHEME MONTREAL, Jan. small bricks, supposed to be gold, were found upon two men in the Moiitfort street police elation here last night attor they had been arrested on a charge .of lighting. Further investigation 'revealed the 'act that the men had tried to sell the gold bricks for to a hotel keeper in Cote St. Paul. HOL8TEIN BULL SELLS FOR OWATONNA, Minn., Jan. 13 Ormsby sensation, the famous pure I bred Holstein ball owned by Sloan Brothers, A. B. Johnson and A. C. Johnson of Eltendale, has been sold for 120.000 cash, It was announced. The hull went to the Beaver Dam Stock Farm, at Montgomery, N. Y. Ormsby was parcUased 18 months ago for GERMAN POLICE MUST NOT AFFECT MONOCLES BERLIN, Jan. wear- ing of monocles by officials or members of the security police is forbidden in an order issu- ed tojay by the minuter of the Interior on the ground that It "Is a reminder of the mon- atchtal daw. Miss Nora Macleod, a student of the Garbutt Business College, has just i been awarded the Special Credential Certificate and Card Case of the Un- derwood Typewriter Company for having written on an Underwood type- The following ladies will not re-j writer for ten minutes at a net rate ceivo tomorrow: of sixty words per minute. Some few Mrs. W. S. Gray, sixth aveuue. weaks ago Minn Macleod won the Tin- Mrs. G. E. C. Martin. Fourteenth St. derwood Initial Certificate for writing Mrs. T. H. McCready. at forty words per mlnuU. Many valuable jewels and trlnklats were stolen from the residence of Lady Borden some- time ago. Reports from 'Ottawa state that the police there vvvv VVVf'VfVVifvQ have requested the Toronto authori- ties to examine carefully a'number of Mr. and Mrs. S. Miller left on Mon- stolen goods recovered recently In that day for a few days visit to Medicine city, in case any can be Identified as Hat. belonging to Lady Borden. Miss Harris of the local Telephone staff is now telephone operator at Bow Island. .-y A A Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson of Warner, who were visitors in the city attend- ing the opening recital in Wesley MrB. Andrew Rasmnssen entertain-' church, have returned home. a few [riends last night in honor of ner daughter, Mrs. Hector Math- Mrs. Hector Uatheson of Edmon- eson 0( Edmonton. i ton is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Andrew Rasmussen. j The Sans Souci Club held, another of its enjoyable dances last evening Mr. H. W. Crawford of Lethbridgo in Harper's hall when about 25 cou- spent yesterday pies assembled to enjoy-the evening. Albertan'. Excellent music was furnished by the Tuxedo orchestra and the floor being Mr. and Mrs. Horace Eldrldge, of shape, the hours were very Cardston, are the guests of Mr. and pleasantly spent. Refreshments were Mrs. D. H. Elton. I served at midnight. I Her. S. O, WHllams was a The Whist Drive neld by th. in the city from on Tues- dav decided success and was well attend- ed. The ladles' prises were carried R. H. Winter is spending a ftw days off by Mra. Hedley (first) and Mrs. In Calgary this week. .Ferguson The gentlemen's prizes were won by Mr. W. Holber- Mrs. Mclntyre of the Molntyre ton (first) and Mr. J. Walton Ranch was a visitor in the city yes- The consolation winners were Mrs. terday, when she attended the San C. Weatley and Mr. Arnold. JANUARY CLEARANCE ------A Store-Wide Clearance at Prices in Many Case; Less Than Prevailing Costs! Many Attractive Values for Week-End Shop- pers in Ladies'Wear Highest Quality Furs Furs are going fast. If you need a hew fur coat or neck piece, buy now when our furs are half price. Our stock is not large but we have a well assorted stock. Look at these bargains. Hudson Seal Coat. Regu- lar IWO.OO for Hudson Seal Coat. Regu- ular for ,1 Coat. Regu- Australian Beaver with Australian Opossum cuffs, and collar. Reg. for Regular for FUR NECK PIECES B. One Beaver Collar, regular for Natural Lynx Stole, regu- lar for Two Opossum Collars, reg- ular for Ojie Natural Rat Cape, reg- alar for...... Two Black Siberian Wolf Muffs, regular for One Black Near Seal Coatee, ermine trimmed. Regular fpr.................. Two Sable Chokers. Reg- ular for...... One Sable Throw. Regular for One Persian Lamb Choic- er. Regular for f.50 CORSETS 25 Per Cent Off During Our January Sale. This includes our front lace corsets, Modarts, Gossards and Goddess and back laces. D. A., La Diva and the P. C. Special priced corsets on the table. IE you need, a corset buy now and make that 25 cents on the dollar. Corsets fitted, over by an expert corsetiere. HAVE YOUR CORSETS FITTED VOILE WAISTS To clear at half price for Thursday. Includes the very best waists as high as to make a final clean up on these waists., January Half Price CHILDREN'S KIMONAS GINGHAM HOUSE DRESS- ES AND VOILE DRESSES To clear at half price for the week end. These dresses make nice afternoon dresses in the home. These are well worth seeing and purchasing. January Sale- Half Price Pleoce Kimonas in all the pretty light shades, with red included. Trim- med patch pockets and belted with cord and tassel. Regular for CHILDREN'S HATS AND PRICE Every hat and tarn, velvet or wool, we are clearing out at half price "during this January Sale. Week-End Specials GREAT SNAP IN HIGH ME88ELAINC food shades to select from, including blues, browns, greens, copen., sand, reindeer, navy, old rose, etc. 98 inches wide. Regular value to yard. January Clearance Sale, 7 A yard CREPE DC colon to clear. Regular prices to Clearance Sale? yard GEORGETTE im .had 68 to select from, including all the new bluet, etc. inches Regular 11.59 to January Clearance AF Sale, yard.................... LOVELY SHOT several beau- tiful combinationB of colors, including cerise and black, emerald and black, par- Ple and green, pink and mahe, etc. Inches wide. Regular tt.U yard, January Clearance Sale, Specials From the Dress Goods Departments I D FINE TWEEDS For smart skirts, all wool imported goods; all 54 Inches wide. Exceptional values for this sale. Regular J6.60. January Clear- i ance Sale, yard............ Regular January Clear- i ance Sale, yard............ Regular J4.95. January Clear- i ance Sale, yard............... Regular 17.95. January Clear- JA ance Sale, yard 99.49 Regular January Clear- An ance Sale, yard.............. Regular January Clear7 An ance Sale, yard..............' A WHIRLWIND WIND-UP FOR THE SALE IN THE ART NEEDLE WORK DEPT. All our enormous stock of atamped goods. Including cushion tops, runnen, night gawns, negligees, etc., to go out at the sacrifice price of 25% Off Marked Price. DON'T FOROET Our Sale on Flannelette Sheets Still On. 10-4 site, white or grey. Keg- M A ular price 11-4 site, white or cny. Hej. ular price for 12-4, gny only. Regular tor.......................... than cott PRINTED BED SPREADS The latest novelty. Large ilia, de- signs. Very fast colors; hare a moet at- tractlre appearance. Regular price January Clearance Sale, each.................... STEEL CLAD GALATEAS IB very attractive itripoa. Splendid value at toe original price, For this Mitt, yard 39c SHOES' Unusual Values in Footwear for Everyone Shoes that will give value for every dollar invested are figur- ing in this great clearance at reductions of from 20% to ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF REDUCED COSTS ARE LIST- ED HERE. Men's Dress Boots, Men's Work Boots. Sale.......... Ladies' Dress Boots. Sale.......... Ladies' Pumps. Sale.......... Boys' Boots. Sale Youths'Boots. Sale......... Misses' Boots. Sale'........ Girls' Boots. Sale......... Children's Boots. Sale 20% OFF RUBBERS AND OVERSHOES MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS OFFER BIG SAVINGS Greatly Reduced for UK Week- End Regular Sale Regular Regular Sale.............. Regular Sale.................. PULL OVER SWEATERS FOR combination colors; pure wool, all sizes. Regular J9.00. Sale SWEATER grey and tan. Regular OT 911.50. Sale Mn BOYS' PULL OVERS plain and combination all sizes. Regular pg ?2.25 to Sale BOYS' SWEATER High or low neck. np Regular J4.5C. Sale Men's Fine Egyptian White Cotton Night Gowns 14V2, 15 and 15% only; with or without collar. Worth ;2.50. Sale MEN'S BLACK COTTON FINE SOCKS dye, all sizes. Regular AA 35c per pair. Sale, 4 pair for.. 91.UU MEN'S BLACK, TAN AND WHITE CASHMERE sijes, unshrlnk- aWe. Regular J1.50. Sale )1.19 Grocery Specials for Friday and Saturday 40c Rolled Oats, S Ib. lacks Flour, 98 Ib sacks Strawberry, Raspberry and B. C. Jam, each Fresh Dairy Hot- gA ter, per Ib........ OUC White Navy Beans, 3 Preserved Ginger, jrlce per large jaro, each u Large (family aize) Cream Sodas, AA package Jl.UU Quaker Tomai- AP cms, 99C Lettuce, Celery, Grape Prult, Oranges, Lemons, arriving fresh dally. BROOMS Real Good Quality (4 strings) ......90c Our Fuesh Ground Coffee, per Ib.....SOc NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY LACE PANELS AND CURTAINS Silk and lace door the very latest and of the best quality hand colored. Regular Sale Price, each Regular Sale Price, each Regular Sale Price, each ARAB LACE SINGLE CURTAINS In white and ivory. 36 inches