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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 24. 1921 T PA TIT KWKAT-O MILADI v WHA CAN KEN? Som' joys or sorrows o' a liert Portrayed upo' th' face ha'o been, But nft a smile may conceal Th' bitter grief that He wi'ln. Ye canna tell when fowk yo meet If joys or sorrows are supreme; They may ha'e anguishes o' soul O' which ye may but little dream. Thero'ro thony men, wl' aohln' hert, Wha meets th' warl' wt' chearfu' e'e, Tao' there's a load, that crushes doon, Frae which they're langin' tae be free. A bitterness may be sao great' That tears refuse tao flood th' ecu; Th' deepest sorrows that fowk bare By mortal a'o are a' unseen. PERSONALS Friends of Mrs. Hugh Boyd will he pleased to hear that she is able to be around again after her severe illness. Mrs. Perrin Baker of Nembkam is a visitor in Crvlgary for a few days. 4 Mr. H. G.' Long naa Temrned from attending the U. F. A. convention In Edmonton. Rev. D. E. Cameron of Edmonton University occupied the pulpit of Knox Presbyterian church yesterday, in the, absence of Captain Denoon, who spoke iu the Convocation Hall in Edmonton. Lady Laurier sent to Miss Marion Cook of' JHontroil, a wedding .gift of B rosary "maije in Canada" from- gold nuggets from the Yukon. Mrs'.'S. I. Harris and daughter Ruth arrived in y the city on Friday from Milk River. Mr. Mrs. C. F. Hall of Vnlcan were week-end visitors in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are moving to Calgary shortly where they will in future reside. Mr. Taylor having been transferred from the Hudson's Bay staff here, to Calgary. Mra. W. H. Curdy is visiting with friends ttt Picture Butte. Mrs. Charles Hyssop has been _re- her home to tie Qalt hospital? but la still able to see visi- tors. Mr. Bmitb. formerly of the Hudson's turned from Edmonton whom they were Iu attendance at the U. F. A. convention. Mrs. E. Saunden of Edmonton li spending a few days In Calgary visit. Ing with her daughter, DiiiKW Mru. Saunders was the. giiast of Mrs. Conybeare while in attendance at the I. O. D. U. convention The out-of-town guests who will be proscut r.t the banquet dance be- inic riven by the C. P. R. Social and Athlatic Club tonight wiH include Mr. Cameron, district nuperintendent, and Mrs. Cameron; also Mr. Scott, dis- trict master mechanic, and Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Chas. Smith has rented her home on Knob Hill and is going to Lethbridge to Crwk Echo. Mrs. SYed Smith has returned frojp an eitended visit to her daughter, G. B. O'Connor, in Edmonton- SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. A. Williamson entertained a (ew intimate friendi Informally at cards on Saturday night, a very de- lightful evening being vpent. The SikokoioU Chapter I.O.n.E. held another ot their delightful teas in the on Saturday after- noon, a great number ot people at- tending during the tea hour. Mrs. Fennefather poured, the table being very prettily decorated with primulas In shades of mauve. Members of the Sikokotoki Chapter served, and at- tended to the requirements of the guests. The hours were brightened by music and dancing. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will be no meeting of the Art Denartment of the Mathesis Club to- morrow afternoon. There will be a meeting of the La- dles.' Auxiliary ito; ;the Army and Navy Veterans on Thursday at 7.30. Through an Inadvertence la giving in the names, that of Mr. James Grannie was omitted from the iu the entertainment being given hy the flia.-k and Pierrots ob 3rd Knd 4ti. Mf, who has gained a favorable reputation locally as a baritone, will contribute Mni solos :o the program. Marne tl, maMng the city, the guest of Mrs. C. E. Carberry. The Lethbridge City Pipe Band are I tomorrow night In Bnrgman's hall, no admittance except by in- Mtes-H. Van Blarcom is returning tonight from Calgary, whore she spent -the past week visiting friends Mr. W. Kolth Boll, of tho Kirkham Block, loft Saturday for Winnipeg on a business trip. Messrs. Dunham and Jelllf have re Daily Fashion -By Cortiurtu Bernafnrd A SUMPTUOUS WRAP OF GREEN VELVET The Velvet wrap is an admirable complement to the gorgeous dinner Kown. "Thhrfflpdel is developed in liale lining of char- mouse has the pink tones of the apple Monon. Tbj> faahloning of this wrap h. decidedly On one Ride, It IB elaborated with a panel. On the the fullnesa Is .held in by narrow bands Of the velvet. These are 'tucked croafwts'e. The collar re- veals qiiite an Interesting method of he proceedings as but Mril decoration., Of good' stac, It Jalta all rest by tactfully re- Blenoingly about the shoulders. Who! fan-Ing to, tie etutom auof advldag tower edge 'feu a heavy pad of the her on council that the W trinuntng. had no r The regular monthly ing of the Mathesls Club postpened. from Wednesday afternoon until further notice. There will be an executive meet- ing, of the Major Jack Rons Chapter at the home of, Mrs. Fred Hick to- morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. The annual mating of the' Local Council of Women will be held in St. Augustin's. hall on Friday, January at 8. p.m. This meeting is open to all women of the city. It was de- cided at the last meeting of the exe- cutive to have a shower o( books tor the isolation hospital. These books will be received at the annual meet- ing. The regular monthly meeting of the Wesley Ladies Aid will be held in the ladies' parlor at 3 o'clock Wed- nesday afternoon. Very important business hii come up which must be attended to at once, so the ladles will note the change to Wednesday of this week instead of next week. The Christian Science Society, Hull Block will hold their testimony meet- ing on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. At the recent meeting held by the social committee of the G.W.V.A. it: was decided to hold the next of their, popular dances on the night of Mon- day the 31st. This departure from the usual night of Tuesday was found necessary In order to avoid conflict- ing with other social bodies of the city. It is found necessary to advise the general public that Invitations are only obtainable from, members of the social committee. For the coming! event, the invitation list which is now closed will go forward in the course of tho next few days. LADY COUNCILLOR LETS MEN SMOKE 4 {Cranbrook Herald) The first or statutory meeting of the Cranbrook city council was held in the city hall Monday evening, May- or Genest and Aldermen Mrs. Laurie, blowers, Arnold, Jonei and Santo be- ing present This is the first occasion In which a woman is known to sit on the Cran- >rpok city counolllor, In fact, on any .the littmor .._ _______ hrmigh the male memben oMhe cll hesitating to onjor a cigir durUlK HERE'S A TIP: YOU ARE LOOKING FOR LOWER PRICES FOR SPRING we are too; we have al- ready seen many lines produced by the fore- most and most reliable manufacturers in thi i country, and can now give you positive assur- ance that the new prices will not be on as low level as we are now offerinf for the final clearance of these stocks before stock-taking. WE DO NOT INTEND TO LIST A SINGLE ITEM ON OUR INVENTORY SHEETS THAT WE CAN FIND OTHER OWNERS FOR BEFORE THAT TIME, AND WITH THE END IN VIEW OF QUICKEST POSSIBLE CLEARANCE WE HAVE MARKED ALL JHEY WILL READILY BRING FOR QUICK SALE, RATHER THAN ON A BASIS OF COST OR ACTUAL VALUE. EVERYTHING REDUCED.---YOU SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY THIS RESERVED. HERE'S A CHANCE TO MAKE YOUR DOLLARS BRING YOU THE BIGGEST POSSIBLE RETURNS AND AT THE SAME TIME SECURE SOME OF THE FINEST MERCHANDISE OF THE SEASON AT THE MINIMUM COST. TRIMMED HATS Any Hat In tin including valuM up U HANDSOME FRENCH AND AMERICAN PAT. TIRN RAT8 ALL IN- CLUDED WITHOUT RESERVE. Silk and Silk Flounce Petticoats Worth up to Special Sale, Plain and floral silki, In a groat variety of colors, some taffetine tops with shot silk flounce. ALL VERY SPECIAL VALUE AT THE PRICE Boys'Pant sand Sweatees Sweaters, in sizes 18 to 32; col- ors navy, brown, -atid grey; and odd pants, sizes 22 to 28; regular values; now OB A sale All Hosiery and Gloves The Balance of the Week Only. Finest Kid and vSUk Gloves, Lisles and GhamoisQttes. Hosiery of every description for ladies', misses' and "wear, Heavy Worsted Hose, 9Sc Regular Sizes 6 to 10 inchefc, .heavy rib, all pure wool, spliced heels and toes. AD Corsets Underwear From the cheapest to the finest makes, the entire stock of Corsets and Underwear is included with- out reserve. GOSSARD CORSETS GOSSARD LA BWA BRAS- SIERES. WATSON'S UNDERWEAR IN VESTS, DRAWERS, AND UNION SU4TS. JAEGER'S UNION SUITS, FOR WOMEN, BOYS, AND GIRLS. AO 20% OIF Off AD Furs and Fur Sets AND ORIGINAL PRICES WERE NO HIGHER THAN WHAT SALE PRICES WERE EARLY IN THE SEASON. ALL THESE LINES WERE BOUGHT AFTER THE BIG REDUC- ED ONE-THIRD. Regular Hudson Seal C7 Scarf, I Regular Hudioc tIAA AA Seal Cape, LOW ..........91UU.UU Regular Beaver tQt 1A Stole, now.................90w.w4 Regular Grey Squir- O4 rel Stole, now Regular American Opoisum Stole; now..... Hudson Seal Dolman Coat, Straight Discount of Off on This Entire Stock of Outer Garments gives you the opportunity to own the finest lines of street, afternoon, and evening dresses; suits of serges, broadcloths, tricotines, and gab- erdines; coats of velours, polo cloths, etc.; skirts of silks, serges, tri- cotine, novelty plaids, stripes, etc.; waists of georgettes, silks, crepe de chines, etc.; and girls' coats and dresses in ranges 2-6 and 6-14 year sizes, at actually lower prices than similar goods will be sold for during the spring season. We quote but a few prices to gire you an idea of the exceptional savings offered, but they are only, representative of scores of other equally attractive savings that await you here tomorrow and follow- ing days, One-Hun) Off AH the Finest New Suits Lower Than Spring Prices Will Be on Similar Garments All 160.00 Suits now on sale f A AA All Suits now on sale AA All {76.00 Suits now on sale AA All W.OO Suits now on tale (CA AA All 1100.00 now on aale Cf All J125.00 Suits now on aale WE JMAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. Off Entire Stock of Dresses Brings Them Lower Than Spring Prices on Equal Qualities. All Dresses now on sale at.............................. All Dresses now on sale at 1.............................. All Dresses now on sale All Dresses now on sale All Dresses now on sale at All Dresses now on sale at.............................. CLOTH, SILK AND EVENING DRESSES ALL INCLUDED 3 Off the Balance of New Coats Offers the Greatest Possible Savings on Finest New Garments All Coats now on sale at.................................. All Coats now on sale at................................. All Coats now on sale at............................... All Coats now on sale at.................................' All Coats now on sale at............................... All J125.00 Coats now on sale at............................... WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. Off AD Girls' Coats Dresses Beautiful Materials and a Higher Standard of Garments Than Are Usually Stocked. THESE GARMENTS COME IN 24 AND 9-14 YEAR SIZES Regular Coats now on sale at........................... Regular Coats now on sale at Regular Coats now on sale at..................... Regular Coats now on sale at........................... Regular Dreasei now on sale at........................... Regular Dresses now on sale at........................... Regular Dresses nuw on sale at Regular Dresses now on sale at Stock Makes Doubly Attractive Prices Which Were Always Lowest in the City. AA .58.00 n AA A A A-i i AA A AA All J10.00 now on Hla All {12-00 Waists now on sale All 115.00 WailtB now OB sale All 113.60 WaisU now on Bile at :..-...v All J1S.50 Walsti now on at All 118.00 WaltU now on FINEST GEOROETTES, CREPE OE CHINES, SILKS AND MIDDIES INCLUDED. Off AD Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters and Pullovers Offers Prices' Below What Will Be Asked for Spring Goods. All Sweaters and Pullerem now on sale J AA All Sweaters and Pullorers now on sale A A at All 18.50 Sweaters and Pullovers now on sale CT at All Sweaters and Pullovers now on sale c at .1 All Sweaters and Pullovers now on sale A A All Sweaters and now on tale n A A All Sweaters and Pullovers now on sale A-f o A m at ALL BEAUTIFUL QUALITY PURE WOOL GARMENTS.. PLAIN AND NOVELTY STYLES. U Off This EnfreStockof Skirts The Finest Garments of the Season at Little Prices, All I1S.OO Skirts now on All 115.00 SklrU now on sale All 120.00 Sklrtu now on sale All 125.00 Skirtn how on sale All Skirts MW on sale All Skint now on aitle at....................... SERGES, TRICOTINES, SILKS, AND NOVELTY MATER- IALS INCLUDED WITHOUT RESERVE. STOCK-TAKING SALE ;