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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KR10AY, JULY 9.1920 DAO.T PACK If) 5Jra. J. Pollard aodYamlly, of Mac- leod. axe.guests at the home of Ms Thomas' Holllday, 936 10th Si. Mrs. W. A. !i. Coco, leaves today for Toronto to ho with her sou Dudley who has to undergo an operation. Miss has returned home, .Jrom the Household Artf. cdurse, Mechanics', In- stitute, Rochester, N.V. Lucille Horeepool is 'a guest in Foremost. llr. H. C. C. Sttlaiaii; of Nelson, IB .visitor In the Jib'. Mr. H. C. returned from a visit to bis homo lu Missouri -4 I Miss Stella... B.- McLean, ol Calgary, Is-the guest of Owen Delay, Har- dleville. Mr. Charles Hysou returned from Portland yesterday. Miss Jean and Agnes Ingram aro spending their vacation at Waterton Lakes. 'Mr. W. inanaglng 'edi- tor the Times London, Eflg., pissed through the city yester- day en route to the old country after some time In Vancouver, ;i 0. G. a ntem- i.te'jf of the Bank of Commerce staff here before going bvcrsea's, aiid now Sask, Is visiting friends In'the city, the gusEiof 'Mr and Sirs Dinning I A 5 Superintendent'J.'Si: Jla'eArthur of the C. P. n..'at'.Medicine Hat, anil Mrs.- J.IacArthur, as well as A. superintendent C. P. R. at Moose Jaw, with Mrs. ;HalVeU and Miss Hal- kctt, of Montreal, arc the city today, guests, of Mr. and Mrs. 'C. D. Mackintosh. They aro going to Cardston this evening where they will rlsil temple, guests of Presi- dent Wool SOCIAL Miss Mirioi Smith vis the hostess ot a charming tea and shower 'this afternoon Miss A. Myrl Otiaixn. V- i 'i !i compliment to Wel- lington, enttriiineu Thursday at ihlseejlitteous shower. Orer sixteen facets spent a thoroughly eDJ9vable .eveiiiaff. Maiiy bemtlfal gifts iferVbroajht in a'lirge white basket and by Little Alleen Long. f Mrs. W. J. Armstrong .jvas tho host: ess at a delightful luncheon last Sat- urday In honor of her sister, Miss Myrl O'Hagan, whose marriage takes place the latter of the month.- THE SEVENTH DAY Witli Values to Make it the Busiest in the JULY CLEARANCE SALE OPEN 8 30 A. M. CHURCHES, AND SOCIETIES Daily Fashion By Mrs. Muxworthy's section of the He- bekahs will meet at her home, 1018 12th. St. S., on Monday evening at 8 o'doct The Slkokotokl Chapter of the 1. 0. 0. B. are bold Ing a strawberry social at'the Fariii, on July 16th, 'and a largo .attpidaiice.Is expected as the grounds are nidst In- teresting and beautiful at this season DRESS FABRICS with a big budget of COTTON SUITINGS gabar- dines, trlcollnes and armures. in all tho most wanted shades; all 42 inches wide; regnfcr from to clear, July Sale, yard NAVY- guaranteed inches wide, bust innkc, fine trill; regular value but worth much more; A Sale Price, yard PILLOW. SLIPS; a real snap; sizfl'42 Inches, nicely finished; no filling; or worth. iwr OQ_ To clear at pair bundles of. sam- ple Towels including Turks, :Lln- Honeycomb and Huck; assorted bundles; splen- did value, per CLOSE 9.00 P.M. ENGAGEMENTS 4 Mr. and Mrs. K Henry Brooks, of Taber, announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Charlotte Max- iris to Laurence Dudley West, of Lethi bridge, the marriage to take place In August. WEDDINGS BONNELL I The.maiTlige'oI two popular young 'i rdildibU of the city took ''on j Thursday afternoon at the hour .of. 2.30 i at the residence ot the bride's father, j TCbsn Sophronia, eldest daughter of j Mr. P., Bonaell, was united In the holy bonds of wedlock to Maurice D. James-Davles, son of Mrs. A. James- of 3rd Are. the Rev. A; IJ.Denoon officiating. The' who was given in mar- riage by her father, was becomingly attired in a mouse velour suit trim- med with seal, wearing a hat of rose georgette touched white and QQ j, 3OC FLANNELETTE SPECIAL In dark shades. Inches worth, today 45c yard; buy fbr'rhext' winter; 20-0. yards to clear at, yard 30c PRINTS IIWs and Cltduiif Greatly Now is the Time To JBuy Ypttr Summer Hat Undcrpriced ii this Sale Men's Suits Men's. Straw and Panama Hats Reduced All Keg. U-50 HATS, Sale price All .iieg.' fa.op. HATS, Sale i, rtegi H'ATS, Sale price All Keg. J5.00 HATS, Sale price Reg 57 oO HATS Sale JH-ILC 45c EMBROIDEREO 'DUVETYN Silk duvclyn Idelighlful phado of. as .henna Is yho'fcn foi; tho'.fashidnlng of this effec- tive wrap, Verf1 fltio emlirordcry In bliio'sllk threads makes an Interesting decoration carc.V This Is double coUzrcd, wliicli gives it a cer- talii Individuality that appeals to the (llscrlinliiallng woman. Worn over a tlrtiplo frock of dark blue, .crppo do chliiu It can be draped about' Ihe.ilgufe aslt.i wcirer sees fit. The hat'ctroilglb darjc hluo Is-faced- with, Kenni; Ecorgctle .and (.rimmed witli three pheasant iealliers that have rorliaken Ilieir 'nature! tones for a Tvoml.erful hliie green. blue suit, with hat en suite.' Th6 fifooTrisnian Tvas Mr. W. P. Ferguson. Mrs. Alchiu Frj'e, Elfiter ot the briile, played., tho wedding Diarch. The Chouse .was profusely decorated flowers and ferns, windows In the drawing-room bplng ar- llsUcally arranged in a bower of holly-1 hock and smilax where Uie ceremony took place. The title'- in the dlnlne- rooui was graced with roses, vases of daisies cornering it In an effective manner. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served to the- relatives and Im- mediate, friends. Tho bride and groom lett on the train for a short honeymoon at Banff arid the Arrow Lakes and will reside in the city upon their re- turn. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TRAINED NURSES POUT, ARTHUR, Ont., July annual convention, of 'thV' CaiiadiRn National. Association IS'nrs- 'for. WHEN USING WILSON S FLY PADS of al fly Killers 10e per Packet at all Dmyffste, Grocers ami Central Stores les, Is In progress hero this week. Al- ready-several profitable sessions have been held. Acting Mayor C'rooks welcomed the (klcg'aUs lo tho city who cornc from all-parts'of Canada, east and west. jFollowing bueincca meetings of .nurs- es, about' 200 arc giicsto et (utictlonV held In their honor. i YoRlerday'fs, sessions iwer6 shoVt permit of isoclal obligations, last night when local-women entertained. To- day's sessions aro hold In Fort Wil- liam. Among distinguished delegates present .arc Mrs. Plumlreo, president of tho Ontario lied Cr6as society; Jliss Ounnc, superintendent of the Toronto General hosplUl and president of the Trained Nurses' association, and Miss Johnt, Vancouver, dean of British Col- umbia University. DEMOCRATS ARRANGE r PARTY CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS CAMPAIGN pAYTONVp.., flrtt Im- portant- to Demo- cratic plans-'will bo held Tttcsday, July '20, according to a (elcgram-rocelvcd by Cfovp.rnor Cox. tho.-ynKed States 'ptcalilentiil otnjiiiale, from Homer S. Oummlnga, chairman of.tho national commutes, We carrj' a splendid line of all classes .of Canadian and Buglish 1 Prliits. These goods "will be a Buy while they last; at old: prices. .Best; quality Canadian Prints, 32 inches 'AS'ido; light shades OQ .per-yard Dark per yard........... English Prints, 32 inches guaranteed, light, and medium shades at ptf yard WHITE SILK HOSIERY in sizes SK. S. '3'Ai'.10; Ihis Is''the best value In Canada today; worth jn' black and special value, pair.. STEEL CLAD GALATEA in light, medium .and dark blue; tJiese splendid Galatea? are "8 ins wide and the best value to; he bought today for boys' -blouses' and suits; fast colors. Today's July Clear- unco'Salo at, yard OXFORD SUITINO in gray, nil ins -wide; t'le old quality at old prices; reg. price iOo yard; to- clear 1 WHITE COTTON; very special, 30 inches wjde, fully Llca'ched longcbth; liest make; no filling; 45c yard; SOO -yiirds 2.50 45c BOYS' Rfgular 51 25 for Regular 5150% for HATS, 95c Kfgb grade clothes, tailored by hand for the particular man. You'll be rewarded by saving money: Ex- clusive clothes and dignified styles In close or looae-fHLiug models. A good assortment to. choose from, fancy Serges and; In our large Regular J32.50 Suit 26.00 Regular; 187.50, Suit for Regular' Suit for Suft' for Hegular J55.QO Suit' for Regular 'f65M Sult; for Wa still have some sizes left in that special lot of sails. Regular oA .Underwear o clear at 20 Per Cent Off. BOYS' BATHING SUITS ilbg for t MEN'S BATHING SUITS, Keg J150 f ii 635 Suits Suit- for................... Regular J6.00 for Regular al to uei to Ages 6 months lo 1 year Trim med with and Insertion 9th cii embroidered In colon, hare shirt or long .sicores. .COMBINATIONS, white only. Reg. slzca, suit 1.25 ;