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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1021 TTTF T TVAHT PACK THIRIBEN MILADI PERSONALS Mm. A. C. Saundere will tomorrow Mr. Jurat E. Helwlg who WM badly Ktlded on Sunday mornlug li BOW aleeljr. Mr. and Mn. H. B. gtorti of Chi- saco arc Tltltlng in the city far a few Magistrate Borrell Ii a visitor m the city on from Medicine Hat to Macleod. Mrs. Fane of Edmonton is the guest of her sister Mrs. E. H. Wilson, for a. tew Doctor A. M. Latterly 1 home from Alabama. i returned Mr. Frank Hedley la upending a (ew days In Great Falls. Mr. J. H. of Taber i> a bust- visitor la the city. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. DnBarry of West- erly. R. 1., are visitors in the city. The many friends of Mrs. J. W. Kipp will be pleased to hear that she is slowly recovering from her recent illness. Dr. Galbralth Is In Edmonton at- tending a meeting of the Alberta Med- ical Association of which he is presi- dent. M Miss Marion Smith is confined 'to her home through Illness. liurkleyi Marlowe, Bartlett, McPher- EOU, Mutcalte. The Wesley Ladies' Aid are riving a Valentine Tea in Wesley Hall on Monday, February 14th. The Women ot the KooMhetrt Le- glou are reminded to bring cakes and sandwiches tor their Joint soolal to be held on Friday evenlnc In honor tt the retiring The of the Christian chirch meet next Sunday at pjn. The topic for the evening Is, I "Nlulonary Resulta in Mr. A. N. Keieler ii leader and Mr. Win. King If uiher. Come yourself and bring a friend. Everybody welcome. Darling, superintendent Gait hospital very grateful for gift of complete Fowler bed, mattress and rug from the former Ladles' Aid of the Gait hoepltal, per Mrs. Conybeare and Downer. At the entertainment being given on Friday night at the Majestic theatre under the the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. P. E. the No. S company of the Olrl Guides will repeat their ambulance sketch given recently. They will also do the ushering for the evening and will sell candy. Remember the Social Swrlce Lea- gue the "Y" 8 o'clock! tonight. All churches and societies Interested are to send repre- WEDDINGS Miss B. Onetta of Duncarnon, Pa., is spending a few days in the city. WELL At the manse yesterday at Mr. and Mrs. H.-P. Kent of Leth- o'clock. Alexander Seyrfbur May of gary Albertan. ln SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Braniff, of Pincher Creek paid a brief visit to the city this week, and A while was the of Mr. H. T C, Albertan. T A CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Invitations have been issued by the Canadian Pacific Social and Athletic club for. their first annual supper and dunce being held In the Masonic hall. on Monday, January 84, This marks' TSn nf i ho flrst anniversary of the club and The Ladies ,g to c p R employees, 11 and Navy Veterans held a very en- thusiastic and interesting meeting last evening in St. Augnatin's Parish hall. Mrs. president of the Calgary Ladies' Auxiliary presid- Jones wbo served with the Red Cross' n are making elaborate preparations i the affair. The committee In' I Sanders and The Women of Mooseheart Legion Id a very successful whist drive in the Moose Hall last evenin The overseas. Amongst those present was Mrs. Birney also ot Calgary. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs, Armitage; first vice- Miss Cleaver; flick com., Mesdames Meredith, Reed, Lamesfield, Mrs. Jowett; social committee, Mesdames Daily Fashion By Rereafnrd Consolation, Miss Balnea. The win- ners of the gentlemen's prizes First, Mr. E. Bell; second, Mr. R. Alardyce; consolation, Mr. B. Beaton'.: Every one In attendance commented upon the enjoyment of the evening.' Refreshments were served, fourteen i tallies being in Mr. Day acted as M. C. Over forty-three ladies sat down to an exquisite- luncheon at the Silver Grill at noon today, following the j meeting of the Provincial Chapter 1.1 O. D. E. which held Its' opening ses-! I slon this morning. The hostesses' were the Major Jack Ross Chapter I. 0. D. E. who were entertaining the provincial delegates. The long table presented a most attractive appear-, ance. being most artistically arrang-' ed with the colora of the Major Jack ROFS Chapter, purple and gold, being carried out in spring-like style in gol-, Jon daffodils and purple violets, while about each clustered a dainty spray of Adding to the beauty of thn tables were the pretty place cards with decorations in violet. Preceding the luncheon Mrs. Hick, Regent of the Major Jack Ross Chapter, welcomed the delegates in a few well-chosen words, and was responded to by Mrs.! 3nics Robinson of Calgary. DeVeber, Mrs. Castles and Mrs. Cope were in charge of the arrangements for the luncheon which were so ad- mirably carried out. BEIGE SUEDE TRIMS THIS BROWN DUVETYN SUIT In this attractive suit of brown duvetyn the soft texture of the mater- ial is delightfully .enhanced by the draped collar of biegg auede. The coat is cut away in tbe front. This reveals a vary smart waistcoat ofi ilif duvetyn. It is slightly full In I the front, but this Ii modified hy the addition of the belt. The lower pnrt is ornamented with pieces of: the suede. Patch pockets, cut. on Interesting lines, are likewise adorned with the suode. The full-length I sleeves are finished with turn-over cuffs ot suede. The tnede hat is un- usually for the lower of the brim shows a novel metallic decoration that been iklllfully, FarreD Thought He Was Going "Nutty" ROCKAWAT, N. Y., Jan. Farrell testified today that he had "scarcely any remembrance" of hla j encounter with Lieut. HInton after their arrival at Mattlce where he first learned of letters written home by Hinton, Farrell described hli condition at that time as "dopey, dog-tired, all in and nervous." He said that after his clash with HInton, he talked with Kloor and told him be be "wu going nutty." SIR MARTIN HARVEY'S CONDITION TORONTO, Jan. improve- ment is reported in the condition ot Sir Martin Harvey, well known Eng- lish actor, who collapsed yesterday. It may be some days, however, before Sir Martin will be able to resume his place on the stage. WEINSTEIN TO BE DEPORTED WASHINGTON, Jan. tion of Gregory Welnstcin, chancellor of the Russian soviet bureau in the United States, was ordered today by Secretary Wilson of the labor depart- The Final Smash at Higher Prices FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILL END THIS GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE. STORE WILL PRESENT COUNTLESS UNE FOR THE REMAINING TWO DAYS WONDERFUL VALUES IN LADIES'AND CHORFJfS WEAR FUR COATS TO CLEAR AT HALF PRICE THIS WEEK-END IiudiOD Seals and Eeaversttes. Our last week for the sale. Thla It the time to buy and save money. 5 CLOTH COATS to clear at HALF PRICE on Friday and Saturday. These are bargains. 2 LEATHER trimmed. Reg- CHILDREN'S DRESSES, SERGES, VELVETS AND JERSEYS TO CLEAR AT HALF PRICE THIS WEEK ONLY SATURDAY 18 THE LAST DAY OF OUR SALE. CHILDREN'S DRESSES THIS WEEK. BUY Wool Tarn and Velvet goes at HALF PRICE this week. COTTON CREPE NIGHTGOWNS AND PINK MULL PYJAMAS Plain Crepe and Floral. Regular sizes 34 pn j) 40. Thla Is our laat week of the sale. To clear PULLOVER SWEATERS In all the pretty shades. For Satur- .day Special we are putting all of our to ?3.00 Sweaters on sale if WOMEN'S SILK TOP COM- BINATIONS Flesh only. Sizes 34 to 44. nn Regular To clear at...44.UU WOMEN'S ALL WOOL COMBINATIONS Harvey's make. Reg. and All sizes. To clear, RSETS Buy your corset this week. They are cheaper at this sale than what you can buy them for later. Clearing up atocka in odd lines. We have your site. Eeg. to QO To clear SILK UNDERWEAR 25% OFF FOR SATURDAY THIS IS OUR LAST WEEK FOR OUR BIG SALE. NEED SILK UNDERWEAR FOR SPRING. BUY NOW. YOU CAN BUY FOR SPRING. DONT PUT OFF IF YOU IT IS CHEAPER THAN Startling Reductions in HOUSE FURNISHINGS Including Carpets and Draperies LACE PANELS, CUR- TAINS AND CRETON- NES ARE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY FOR FRIDAY AND SATUR- DAY. WEEK-END SPECIALS IN GROCERIES For Friday and Saturday Rolled 8 Ihi. for Tetley's Sunflower per Ib Tetley'i Ooldsn OUC Strtwberry, Raspberry and Black Cur- rant Jam, 4a....................... Choice Creamery per Ib.........................T..... Choice Dairy per Ib'. Cooking S for WEEK-END FROM THE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT SERGES AND COATINGS AT TEMPTING PRICES for Ywd Heavy Coating, Yard An Imitation ot the (amoua Donegal tweeda. Good colors, and a splendid ma- terial for knock-about wear. Inches wide. Regular 54.95. Special, tn yard A All Wool Serges, Yard A good erery-day material. English made. All wool. Comes in Rose, Grey, Brown, Cardinal, Taupe, and Black. Regular (3.50. Special, per in yard JZ.49 Smart seasonable goods. Extrs good quality, with a ipongy tex- ture. CoBei In a variety of fancy mix- turn and check designs. M laches wide Regular 17.60 yard. Special, no yard.............. Broadcloth for Yard An extra special price for this week only. Beautiful latin finish broadcloth, in (our only. Green, Navy, Brown, and Burgundy. The regular price Is yard. Special, yard Heavy Blanket Cloth, per yard A .warm and coty material, specially tutted (or kiddles' wear. IB colors of Green, Red, Grey, and mixtures. 54 inches wide. Regular M.50 yard. Specially priced at, yard HOSIERY AND WOOL SPECIALS Baldwin', White Heather Wool at Ib. In colora o( light, medium and dark gray, heather, black and white and J6.50 Special, W-80 Ib., or 30c per 1 01. tkeln. Stnttr Little Darling Hose, 39c Pair Black Cashmere Hose, 89c Pr. Little Darling pure wool stockings. Sizes 6% and 7 only. Pale blue color. Regular 90o pair. To clear at, per pair 39c Comes in S14 site only. Soft cash- mere Hose, black, at a reasonable Regular B5e pair. Special, per pair OlfC FROM THE STAPLE DEPARTMENT Hemititched Sheets, Pr. Extra large ilio, heavy grade cotton Sheets, hemstitched. A good grade at a most reasonable price. Reg. t C QQ JS.50 pair. Special, pair Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 98c Pair Stout white cotton Pillow hem- stitched. Good for every-day use. Regu- lar 59c each. To clear at, per no pair ,.........................3OC White Bedspreads, Each j 4 White Bedspreads; alngla bed Only about a dozen left. Good, useful spreads at a tempting price. Special, each White Bedspreads, Each Good quality ipreada (or hard wear and tear. A useful spread at a useful price. Usually sold at no each. Special, each Acadla i 1 Ib. tins Brunswick 3 tins for We are still selling Flour at, per 88 !bg Tomatoes i Ws-r-5 tor Squirrel Peanut Butter 5 Ib. tins for 25c Family Soap 12 for ..i LETTUCE, CAULIFLOWER, GRAPE FRUIT, ORANGES, LEMONS. WE MAKE NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY. FINAL CLEARANCE OF MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Your choice of any Suit or Overcoat in stock for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ALL LINES REDUCED Boys' Suits Just a limited number of these durable school clothes, with bloom- er pants, for boys, left To clear at HALF PRICE The Boot and Shoe Department Offers Great Savings for Week-end Shoppers Everything reduced to rock" bottom prices. Anything in Ladies', Men's or Children's Footraar at sur- prisingly low prices. Bargains inETCrr Dept ;