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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'K-SRAY, Jlj'XE 29, 1920 TIB LFTHBRIPGE PATT..Y HEKA'0 PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI jjf Q o (t PERSONAL -K- 4 Mrs. A. M. Ritchie left yesterday tor .Moose where be the guest ot her brother for a few daya after which she will visit her parents in Brandon ana relatives In Winnipeg; Mr. and Mrs. .Smith, of Cole- avallabio for the enjoyment of guests on Thursday, and this is only possible through the Individual effort of: those attending. Sandwiches, cakes and tarts are acceptable. For further par ticulars, kindly phone convenor of the refreshment committee., telephom number 351. ENGAGEMENTS -j. A A ft A ff ft Bessie Lander Mumo, Durham, nt visiting in Baiiff. leavo engagement ot her Mr. auJ..Mrs. James Sliaw of Per-, la' the city to" attend the Hlwards-Shaw wedding yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. ire visiting friends in the city. Miss K; Terr-ill left yesterday for Bow Island, where she has accepted summer" sen oot 'Mr. and'Mrs'..H.- W. Cravfford, and leave-toiiiorrpw to spend the Itolldayi and weekend friends and relatives Mont. iMIsa L. Porter and Miss Bpent tiio weekend in Cardston, the guests of Miss Woslyng's parents. L Roy, wlir.spem! her vaca- tion visiting friends in SealUe. .Mrs. Britney nnd daughter, of Fer nloj were the gucsls-of .Mr. and Mrs Thomas tlie weekend. Mr, John Sillars, of; Granum. who was narrlcd in Vancouver this spring to Miss Julia McKinley of that city, has returned with his bride from their honeymoon spent in southern Califor- nia. Mrs. B. T. Whitney and son' Thomp- fon. of Bow Island, are visitors in the city. 'Friends of Mrs. J. 'W. Powell will be pleased "to learn thatisbe Is pro- gressing favorably after a aurious op- eration at the Van Haarlem Hospital. 3 _ 'Miss Hazel Low, rol .Cardston', Is spending a fcw'days'-'in tho city, the guest of her sister, Miss L. Low, Jnae. Hon. .and-Mrs...W.-S. I'ieldiue.-.ot Ottawa, announce Ins engagement of their joungest daughter, Edith May, to Captain George William Franclc Hod- gin'a, M.C., elder son of Major-General W. B. Hodgins, and Mrs. Hodgtos. WEDDINGS are SOCIAL- 'si.. Mclntosh" was the guest of honor on Monday evening at a delight- ful social cvotoiiiB at -the home of 4lh Ave. So., which came in Cue, nature of a surprise nnd developed into a.'. brisk shower when latchen gifts of lisa to the bride-elect fell in abundance. The drawing room was prettily decorated with spring blossoms and dainty refreshments were served. .Jliss Mclntosh's marriage is announced to take place shortly. Exceptional prices all through this ment to meet -your vacation wantsfr JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOT DAYS ARE THESE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR BARGAINS .The of Mr. II. McG. toung on June S, i J. S. Henderson of- will give a reclWl in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium tonight (Tuesday) at 3.15 excellent and representa- tive program' has hcen prepared for rendition ami an Invitation Is extend- oil to anyone interested to be present. 'The Canadian Girls in Traimcg-of the United CJiurch made one ot their observation trips to the Crystal Dairy last Friday' afternoon. The manager, Mr. Carlylc, though taken by surprise, ir.elcomed .the visitors and proceeded to explain Iho complications of tho dairy. Tho various products am! meth- ods used in production were explained, a profitable hour resulting for those attending. Pollowing the tour of in- spection Hie wero served .1 sundae. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Tuistlc Sewing Circle will meet At tbe home of Mrs. Andrews, 1217 Sth Ave. A. South, on Wednesday after- Those on the' refreshment commit loo of the big union picnic tomorrow wlsli parents to send baskets with children intending. It. is hoiisfl that an ulrandant supply of eats will be delating. -Mr. and Mackay are visiting in Vancouver and other coast cities. They vrill reside in.Kklniomon. A quiet wedding took place in St. Andrew's .chnrcli. Ixindon, Ontario, when Rev. C. Mncgrcxor. assisted by Rev. Canon Dyson united in marriage Man' Auld, third daughter of the late JiagiElrate FYancis Love and Mrs. Love, of Ijondon, Ont... and Mr. Robert .Dyson Hague, eldest son of the Rev. Cr.non Dyson Hague and Mrs. Hague, of Toronto, and grand- Eon of tho late George Hague, of Mont- real. The marriage took place at Ottawa of Miss Edith Grace Drayton, eldest daughter of Sir Kenry and Lady Dray- ton, to Captain Gerald Gordon Bell, D.S.C., Chevalier -of the legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre, with palm, son of tho late D. T. A. Bell and Mrs. Bell snd grandson of Mrs. H. F. MacCarthy, all ot Ottawa. The marriage took place In Eng- land Tuesday last of Miss Hilda Vlr glnia Macmaster, daughter of Donald Macmastor, K.C., M.P., land, and Mrs. Macmastor, formerly of Montreal, to Major Basil Sawers M.C., of Victoria, B.C. Major Sawers his bride will salt on the Kmpress of Franca on June 20 for Canada and will reside in British Columbia. Tea and Coffee are Harmful to children, and frequently disfurb. irUj to grovvn-iips. INSTANT POSTUM is healthful for young and old Postum. contains no caffeine The marriages took place on June 28, in All Sainis' church, Ottawa, of Edith Qrace, eldest daugh- ter of the Hon. Sir Henry and Lady Drayton, to Gerald Gordon Bell, son of the Into D. T. A, Bell and Mrs. Bell. t t St. Simon's church, Toronto, was ar- (Istlcally decorated Wednesday after- noon. June 16th. with while peonies .nd bridal wreath for the marriage ol Jean Meredith, eldest daughter of tho lilo IV. James. Thorbum and.of Mrs Thortjnrn anil dranddaughter. of tile Hon. Sir William anil Lady Meredith to Frederick nelson Johnnton, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Alfreft Johnston. Tho nir, Dr. rnvley solemnized the ser After the ceremony the hrtda party and relatives drove to Ibc dencn of Sir'William Meredith. Bins earth road. Toront6, for a fatr.Hy gathering. Later Mr. and Mrs. John Eton left by motor for tho Whit Mou -i la las; On their return they wll reside at 36 road, Toronto given them !iy the {room's father. These are dainty garments that you'll j in putting on these sultry days. QuslUy of material is good ami you will find they are prettily trimmed with lace and .Thero are combinations, driliyerB. night gowns and suvelopo chenitjes.. J2.25 to tor MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR CHILDREN At REDUCED PRICES COMBINATION A well cut and ueat lltting garment that buttons on IBB shoulder and Is lace trimmed. Sizes 6 to 14 years. Regular JUS. AA Wednesday Morning JFUl. NIGHT These Ere'spleudid value at ths price asked and come in' sires 6-14'years. Lace and ribbon trlinincd. Regular Jl.OO and Wednesday QA Morning Special 31FV EXTRA SPECIALS CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES About a-doien to choose from at this special price. Daintily trhnmod and of food Quality materials. A C A Hegula'r 512.00 to JlSyO. tor atOV A BIG BARGAIN. IN VOILE WAISTS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING Regular 43.50 and J4-60 0 7C tcr.......................................... Crisp, sheer while volla waists in neat and becom- ing styles, square aocka and round necks and tucked and embroidered fronts. Just the tort nf waists for all utillly wear. CLEARANCE OF WOMEN'S DRESSES AT SHAW An interesting wedding was solem nlzed in tho United Church at 5 o'clock on Monday evening when. Janet, onlj daughter- of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaw, of this clly, became tne bride of Mr, George Edwards, of IjSlibrldge. Tho Rev. T.-D. Jones officiated. To the strains' of the .wedding march played by Miss Madge' Anuetts tho bride entered the church on the ami f her father, looking very, charm ing n her travelling suit of navy serge with coat opening orcr a dainty, blouio of champagne georgette. She wore a stylish hat corresponding, cokto and carried a' beautiful bridal .bou- luet of roses. MUs a S. Coiva'n acted is bridesmaid -while Mr, Dobfc, of supported the groom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents and a 'supper cnjo.ved. ,.Tbe reception rooms -were profusely decor- ated with roses, carnations 'nnd feVns, and the dining table presented' an at- tractive picture with its handsome centre. Mr. and Mrs.- TMwards left on the morning train, for Hanff, Calgary and points north .where the honeymoon will be spentj Tho-Weddlrig party motored to the station and the young couple i received a hearty sondotf and board edj I ihe train under showers of confetti. Jir. and Mrs. Edwards have the good I wishes of a large circle of friends j who made them the recipients o! a great number of presents. MACK ROSS ,The marriltge of -Ajma Jean- HOSE, daughter' of Mrs. Barbara Iloss, 12Gth street, West Ertmonlbn. and D. W. Mackay, of the f Ira., of Farlee, man and solicitors, Edmon- ton, quietly In Vancouver Big reduction on COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES. A wealth of lovely styles to chbose from. SUMMER UNDERWEAR NEEDS WOMEN'S a line cotton knit, loose and tight knee style, also sleeveless. Reg- 1 'Crt and for ..'..A.-....'......... -I'iOU WOMEN'S 40c and 4Dc. clal. 3 for I.UU In a fine cotton rib. Not more 'than three to a customer. CORSET and SSc, Of white cottou, daintily trimmed, with lace 'and Cm A'GROUP OF TWEED COATS. REGULAR -TO CLEAR ON SATUR- n.n Oft -DAY AT iilJ.'U'y Theaa are" good sen-iceable coats and are'this, season's models. THE "ROYAL WORCESTER" CORSET and Sizes 19 to--I PA 30, l.OU- Those of you who favour the above well of corsets, will do well to take ad-" ventage of this spe'cial offer. -.'i.-- CHILDREN'S HATS IN IMPORTED STRAWS AND WASHABLE MATERIALS These are seHlngr fast and afford a a opportimiLy to buy a smart fcat for the hoy or. girl at a Very low- cost. Priced from 856 to The New "Forsyth" Kiddle Has Arrived. an idea! summer undergaivuent for the children. Made with, round neck, buttoned back and' fastens .with buttons nt the shoulder. Material is of while cotton and is-.em- broidery trimmed. i. Smart Middies In the Popular Jack Tar Style. Of white jean with detachable collar of navy sage trim- n inecl Tvith rows of contrasting white cotton'braid Another one. Samo DS above, but with plain CC collar. ItUJ Little Girls' Wash Dresses. Made of good washable- prints in serviceable patterns. Age's 2 to 3 years. Kiddies1 Overalls, in plain and striped wash ma- tcrlals, ages S years. Children's Bloomers. In a black and white. Made In a fine cotton loilt with elastic at knee, sizes 4 i to 12years. Price 85c I.UU TREMENDOUS REDUGTIONS IN WOMEN'S- CORSETS These big re-3nctions present you with Hie corset buying opportunity of Iho season and enable you to save many dollars on your purchase. THE }S.M to J10.00. For....................................... THE -BON and J5.7S. o Cn THE "ROYAL J2.BO 1 TC .and For............................. JUlO THE "LA to J10.00. C A A SERGE SKIRTS In navy and black only, button trimmed and 7 OC cut pockets Regular J10.SO, for SILK SKIRTS In colored messclaines arid faffelnR, plain and strip- ed patterns. Only ft limited number to sell at n "7C this price. Uegtilar to 3 SILK POPLIN SKIRTS Nice little skirts for afternoon and holiday wear, smartly trimmed pockets. In black and colors. C QC Extra special tor Regular values from to Tog materials are wool jersey, taffeta and You will bo pleased at the- wide range of styles ler aslection, also of tho quality of Ihe materials used. Space does not allow of description, but Tre invite your inspection. CHARMING DRESSES IN FIGURED AND WHITE VOILES Visions of suai'mer loveliness. Why not choose one now for the sunny daya of June, or you will bo needing one for lie holiday on the 1st. The eiylos .and the dainty, patterns will appeal to you and the prices are quite moderate. For confirmation the dresses of white voile are particularly appropriate. Prices to HOUSE DRESSES A big range to choose from; Good quality print and ginghams, trimmings are. in contrasting materials. All sizes. Hegular' JS.flO, and n TC uvJO Regular J3.00 and 55.00, O QEJ WOMEN'S BUNGALOW APRONS Of while cotton in a serviceable twill Will launder nicely. Regular -J2.25. Snlo IOC I'rice l.ifS Women's Bungalow in a roomy style of neat-patterned prints. Regular U-25. -1 AA Sale Price I.UU BUCK HABUTAI WAISTS AND SUITING Featuring tucked fronts, nigh and low neck, will: pearl button trimmings. Regular o J SPORT SKIRTS'FOR OUT DORS TO BE WORNjWITH COLORED SWEATERS Tailored in decidedly" smart' fabrics In accordian and hoi pleated styles; also In plainly tailored models. Materials are mostly wool plaids, fine serges, tricolettee, baronetle silk Jersey land georgette. Priced from to THE NEW POPULAR PULLOVER SWEATER In all art shades. Misses and-ladlei, {6.50. J: Cft Special Tt.JU may LADIES'. WHITE OXFORDS These are really hiah-grade shoes with flexible leather soles, medium or Louis heels. A most cocmtort- nble shoe, all sizes up to S. n nC LADIES'PUMPS These are an extra special lot of samples and broken lines. All sizes in the lot. Values up to o Af- ?5.00. Price----.............................. HOLIDAY SPECIALS Ladies' Tango Misses' Pumps ..................1.35 Child's Pumps.................. Boys' Outing LADIES' WHITE BOOTS With walking, medium 'or Ixmls heels, flexible 4eather soles. AH' sites lip to 8. and For Wednesday and Friday Selling. MEN'S TOYO PANAMA all the good AA styles Hogolar value ?5.00. Special, each Tt.VFU MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR Regular value suit. Special, -1 PA A MEN'S BLACK COTTON -1 AA pair. Special, 3 Tiairs 'for................. I.UU MEN'S FINE LISLE colors. Regular valuo 75c pair. Special, pair........... OUC BOYS' KHAKI DRILL values J3.00 and Special and Suit BOYS' light and dark stripes. CA Regular valuo each. Special, each CHILDREN'S WASH a larg-j range of cloths and styles Specially priced at to Suit Wednesday this Store will be open ail day and close at S p.m. 'eat Bargains for a Record Day on Wed. POPULAR all the Terr Wart and most wanted styles We still have an excellent selection. All 40 Inches wide. In blues, plnta, resedJU nod foulard also plain colors. We shall a. special BhowinB for Wednesday selling. Regular price to yard. 20 pieces to wiecl from .-I Q ANOTHER LITTLE FLURRY IN RAW OR 8HANTUNQ Wednesday -ire shall throw on Crown ,brand, 6a, per tm CORH SYRUP, Crown brands, 10s, per iln.............-........................ JI1LK, St. Charles, per tin........................................ MILK, St. Charles, 1 dozen MILK, Carnation, tall .size, per tin MILK, Carnation, tall size, per dozen..................................... GRAPH JUICE, Welch's, pc-r bottle GRAPH JUICB, Welch's large size, per bottle................................. GRAPH JUICB, per bottle GRAPH JUICB, Marsh's, largo size, per bottle................................-..-. LIMB JUICB, Montaorral, medium size, per bottle....................'................. LIMB JUICB. Mantserrat, largo size, per boltle................................'.... FAM-VDAB, per Dept. WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE SHOWING.OF GLASS WARE FOR YOUR HOT W.EATHER REQUIRE- MENTS. PRICES ARE WITHIN, THE REACH OF ALL AND SPECIAL VALUE. Heavy Strong Tumblers, io stand hard usage, S5c, and per dozen For those that .want a fine glass we havo the orange or star patterns, per 0 Cfl dozen ............'...................i'......'.., 6.3U Cut beat Pattern, per 971% dozen Fruit Nappiei, per dozen....................... 54.20 Berry Dishes, each 50e'i 86e and 7-plece Berry Sets, Covered Butter each.................... .3-plcK Orange Pattern Syrup Sets.............. Celery Dishes, each........................... ?1.35 Cream and Sugar Sets, each .70c 1.30 16c 1.88 19c .65c 30c PHONES 313 AND 1513 90c 30c ;