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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920 nil' DAILY ELF 4, v SOCIAL EVENTS .Uw for measles bis I bid to replaced oil the diror of tbo PERSONAL John Cormle leafes toelfit for Vancouver. i TMrs. .0. P. P. ajid Jire.' .Ulistalr Brander and little daughter hive left tor the cpoit. 4Miss B. .HlUInc a visitor in Nobleford on i- 'i Mrs. A. McConrle is ipeiidlnB a few days vlslllne friends In Taber. -Geone Williams, of Hegina, is Tisit- friends In tho city for a few days. Otlltad little Dow being the Tlctlm tkti '.ijnhpathy of a wide circle cf frlendu la.extended those tie- through death of Mrs. Muaro. Mr. Bwan. superintendent of Waterton Lakes tark, IB a visitor in the clly. "Mrs. of Rcymoud, Is the guest of ier parents, Dr. and' airs. Lat ferty. Eril evtnts coma from ewll causes; and what we tuffer, springs, genei'- ally, from whtt we Friends will reeret to learn tophaiiea. i enlerlained Yery- t the, tea hour yesterday The drawing-room, where her wu decorated with smllsx ud foliate, whlla the tsa table, orer which Mrs.. MIlM ud Mrs. Saunters prwlded, hmnfaamsly central with deep crltasou roftt. Mrs. Smith cut and .Mrs. Humby, II Us Smith Ud lllglnboUiani aMls ia ssrrlas. i.- C. SsHade led to (he tea room, while baby Smith door. f -I ;M V Mrs. Fred Mick entertained a num- ber of her friends during the tea hour Wednesday afteruoou. .o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The ladieV swimming and gymnec turn clasws will In future be held pa Tuesday instead of on Thursday pleats .be prepared to coins next Tuesday and take both gymnas lorn and swimming. The reuular'nionthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will be helc Mondavi ('February 9th. h. stead p the usual first Jivery nie'ni of Business i Tomorrow, Saturday Should be a Busy Day at this Store. 'Prices are being cut as never before. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, SWEATERS, HEAVY UNDERWEAR, JURS, MITTS AND GLOVES, BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS, Hudson Muffs, finest quality at Wolf (natural) at._-j Rich Ihitk Racoon, deep collar, and 'fjgfffi Taupe-Dyed Rabbit, deep collar wA j only, Persian Lamb Setj 1 only, Misses' Jap Fox Set, clearing'at only M only. Fine Mink Muff, barrell shape, reduced-to 123-00 .50 Clearing Out the ClotK AT A FRACTION OF THEIR VAUUE.: 3 onlr Sllverlono Velour newest styles sold at 150.00 ?5C.OO. OO AQ Going now 1 onlj-, Poiiy Clolii Dolman Coat in black, fall fiuicr llnei, deep ctpo collar. A rich stylish gar- meut. Worth J60.00. OlearlBB now at.........------; A REAL SALE of SERGE DRESSES 12 ONLY, ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES In navy, green and wrno 9lzos 16 to 40. ValueB up to All put In at ona Q pries, per drew 5 only. Black Plush Coats, full lined, all new styles and good quality. Kegular no nn und J50.CO. Clearing out at, each fiOiW 3 only Keraey Coats in -blacli, navy and grey. Values up to final clearing oo to al .this eetliigV' A sjecUl Major Jack oss IO.D.B, will be t the home of DeVeber tomor- (Saturday) afternoon it 4 o'clock. "very member linked to be oreeent. f 18-INCH EXTRA HEAVY ALL LINEN ROLLER TOWELLING A line that will give excellent wear, and la dirt cheap price, per yard............................... York Not only will BIT las of women1 ud clothUc for the comin priiig Include Ihd fur- her: garrnents at the but u: Very great "cut" tUo s !o the other extremity neck and sleeves. AccordiBc of meai iere.of Katlonel Wholesale Dr. Joods. Association in convention fently. in-.New York, tho shortage in irbduciidnC'C materials of all kiuii during tba coming rear, due to labor roubles' md .the Bloivluj up of acloriei, will-nuke-It tecenwo' tA shew much, yes. a great deal of ml ady't arms the-coming summer. In 'ack, there wlil be pracllctlly no there 'Seliig placed in th'as he has a surplus of pow- er which for the present, at any rate, could be used In the porch light scheme and charged to the Light and Power Department. Mr. Freeman IB further of the opinion that the scheme at first should be.confined to 200 resi- liences, while the Mayor considers that all the homes of the city should be Included. The matter will be threshed out at the council meeting on Monday; The cost of Installation to 2000 resi- dents in Ihe city will be fC.OOO. The consumption of light for a period of 13 hours, from dusk to daylight is esll- mated to be 40 watts, or kilo watts, which at the rale of 4 cents per k.w.. will make the cost 58 cents per month. It Is proposed that this auni be apportioned by the consumer pay ing 25 cents per month and the cltj the remaining 33 cents.' The. cost of the installation is reck oned to he 10 cents per month for a period lo be covered by three years (baMlm p-sKlcnt! has oriho s- pw- month m written, to-Col. rHouse; his confWcu- of turning out Ihe lights wll tial friend and advisor, since the lat- te on lhe householder, with an extra (er'a return to "here has a month i{ been talk also of-the fact that the (0 do to librsident; has -not) seen. Secretary liVs'ing. Frank Polk; who succeeded MFMORIAI TO Lansing at Paris, in fact that he A MfiMUKIAL 1U iliss not seen aiiyi'pf Jh> cabinet ex- SIR WILFRID LAURIER ce'pt Attorney-General Palmer slnco his iuutlSS. from li Silk Department BONNETS' DUCHESS SATIN The premier drois inches wldo. Fully guaran- teed.' Specially at, HEAyf BLACK TAFFETA SllX Guaranteed and black. 36 Inches wide-. Jlealy ecououiyl'it, "yard HEAVY PRINTED PUSSY WILLOW Ia lie most delightful combination of blue and 3S inches wide. Specially priced at, yard GEORGETTE CREPE IN PRINTED DESIGNS We are showing some beautiful designs at, yard EDEN CLOTH FLANNEL FOR PYJAMAS, ETC. We are indesd fortunate in being able to sell this, high class cloli at too old price. The present market price Is 65c yard. 20 pieces to select from at, yard ..i HEAVY ENGLISH FLANNELETTE The real napped quality. For gowns and pyjamas. M Worth yard. Our price, yard IDC HEAVTCOTTON SHEETS In large size, SliSO Inches. Worth }7.00 pair today, p AA To clear about 20 pairs at, pair D.UU PERI-LUSTA Remomter we arc selling Pcrl-Lnsla Crochot Cotton, in Lho world for, Don't pay more. 20c Grocery Department Candied Peel, mixed cut, Wagtaffe's, 1 Ib. pack- ets, each.......................... 45c Raisins, Seedless Sunkist, per packet. 20c and 25c Blanc Mange Powder, Bird's, 2 packets for 35c Creamettes, 2 packets for................25c Macaroni, Mother's, 2 packets MARMALADES Wethey's Marmalade, Is, each !.....30c Sherriff's Marmalade, glass, 2s, each......5Sc Crosse Blackwell's Marmalade, tins, 4s, ea. 9Sc At a'meellnB-.of a number of lead So when tlm president finally rca- visit B sta'csmen ot Canada in the City Tea, Ridgeway's Old Country, 1 Ib. 8Sc Tea, Hudson's Bay, packjet, each Figs, Table, Extra large size, per Ib. 55c Raspberries, canned, Niagara brand 2s, per tin 55c Strawberries, canned, Niagara brand 2s, per tin 55c FRESH BANANAS, CAULIFLOWER, SWEET POTATOES, HEAD LETTUCE AND CELERY PHONES 313 and 1S13 LADIES' CURLING RESULTS A rlme. If the twenty liltlo teeth ar :reo from decay and tho child Is atil lo chew its food 10 lhal the prope nourishment will be extracted, the II tie body will have strength to resls or overcome nearly all of the infcc Ions that may come to chlidhood. The temporary .teeth are of greatc Importance til Ihe child than are th permanent teclh to the adult, brcaus a ch'ld must not only ho nourished t keep up Iho ordinary lifo processes hut It niual have nourishment lo meld growth in addillou. -THE FIRM FOR SERVICE formed oven at tne time o( their erup- tion, if (he teeth arc al- lowed tp .abscess Ihc growltig permaneht teetli arc bathed.; in ,nis nntl probably be se'riouily tlamagdd'Or toiaUy ruined. (Jhlldron are .highly auscepUblc ,to piiV Ab- scesses produce general infectiona tliat result ered rlieunsatisui., liearL.'.jii- fiamaLTotu many other diseases that are very serious and sometimes fatal. Don't neglect .your leriiporary.Leeth.'both- Hi e present and future welfare :of your child depends upon Iho health the mouth. SATURDAY FLOWER SALE C YCLAMEN IN OUR STOKE AT HALF-PRICE SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY An Opportunity fdr Lovers of Flowers The Terrill Floral Co. 604 3rd Ave. S. ;