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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH THE .LCTHBRjty.E :PATLY PAGBITFTEta .PERSONAL er sen Ire as er." The t- Mr. E. T. Wheeldoa and Mr. W, Uken by Lacy -Morten. negative by Morris inJ Marion Ralslon. iilsj iJwk-1 tart. Miss Lowis ac'c! Mr. Ifi'Grpy and decided ia favor of tke It. left ifternoon for the JIIss Jackson in' giving (he' decision, Okanosaii Valley, B. C. j made a few crltlclsnig. which j will prove helptuLjto. Major Barrow and his family have arrived la (ho city front Calgary. The omcfaf board ol are this glvh H. S. Grant of Toronto Is a guest hi members' of ISa senior'' -.junior tlio city. v- choirs. All members and adherents j of th> churctt and friends and support- Mr. returned from a cordially invited. to Edmonton. An Interesllnt program will pro- end. biisi Mr. aed Mra. and daughter "Phyllis, of Bwtft Cnr- rent, who hare recently'returned from England, arc sending the week-end vv'lih Mr. and Mrs. 1L- iN. Whlddliig- ton. senled. on Tnesdiv evenlne the members of tho .Auxiliary" of St. Ma M and G. Savage IB spending (ho week-end rill. ;ita family h, Calsarv. Friends released to u severe ailack of la recovery iho'glfl'declaMng that sh'a had enjoyed the'worit and'particular- ,T Iv her associates .Hceontpllsh- Mrs, J. of-Cardston is tho guest'of her tlahghter, Mrs. Chas. Bur- kill, 8th Slrcct south. Ing upon them for an- even Icf's enjoyment. of .thoso preEerit" Mrs; Onsworih presented Mrs. Swlnglcr with a purse of, gold, expressing the -Mrs. Swing- ler's Iraadcrshlp had, losflllod In their t .seriwi. (v- vcrc A f O. II. Edgott returned from Cnlgao'jf, this momlnr. J. J. Ford of "Warner has" v'eturn- ed from a trip to tho States. V Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Welllueton leave! tonight for W. ;il. Cashing, former Minister of Public Works In Alberta, has arrived in Victoria. i Lady Dorothy Cavendish and ber: WEbniNGS 4 A very pretty wedding was solemn- ized on at St. Taul's church, Helena, Margaret Beach, youngest daughter of Mrs. S. D. Beach of that city became tho bride of Bert Taylor, ma of Mr. aud Mrs. Hugh Taylor, 1269 4lh Avc. south of this city. fiance Capt. Harold hnve Thfi ,e are a left Canada for tngland, where their nonBynlom !n Great Falls nnd arc ex- peeled to arrive in Lethbrldge Sat- marrtige will take place In April. The and Duches.i' of Devonslilre will shortly leave for the Old Country to attend their daughter's wedding. In Ma- gr.ith, where Mr. Taylor has opened lip-a hardware While iu this city Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.'M. Taylor, 7ih Avenue south. WII.MOT LAMBLY A very quiet wedding took SOCIAL On Thursuay, March 4th, a most enjoyable evening siiijil in _ Ins. Iwhen 'a' niimb'er o! friends of of a few friends at the Pro-Cathedra! R.A.K.', M.C.. and Cakary. when Miss Hildred Lambly, Sirs. Palmer, met In Harper's Hall lo and Mr. Earl Wilmot were united-In welcome the return ol the Captain the Very "ev. Dean Pagct and his brltle. DuuniuR's three piece performing the ceremony, orchestra was In attendance and the' The .bride was smartlyinttlred in.a music up to Its ualial good form, suit of brown broadcloth with, modish Arnoag those present were: CapL and Hat to match trimmed with graceful Mrs.'rj. E. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Hid- brown ostrich, and wore a corsaso of rather, and Mrs. Jis; Harris. Mr. and Onhella roses. Tho bride was given Mr. Mrs: Waddcll, awaj-by her mother, Mrs. t. M. Lamb- Mr, and Mrs. and Mrs. All-. 'J'- wooil Mr. anil Mrs. H. W. 5Ir. Following the ceremony a recep- Broois, Mr. and Mrs. Cull, Mr. and tlon was the home Mrs. Simons. Miss I. Jones. Miss Wal- Jrer. Mr. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. nay, Mr. ami Mrs. Hlriley -Mr, anil Mrs. Cor- iiiic, Mr. and Mrs. Harris. Mr.' and Mrs. Livingston, Miss Livingston. Mrs. nnd :MIss Mr. T. Donald. Mr. in and Mrs. Giiz, Mr. and Mrs. Hossltnr, Mr. and Mrs. McKcnzle, Mr. Ranuard, of "the brlfle, when their many friends wished (he comilc all happi- ness. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot left for the coast where thcv will sncnd their liimeymoon. Oi their, return they Silas J'erry. Mr. (Julreo. Mr. mid Mra. Mr. and Mrs. Meerh. Mr. An- drews Ml'. Brown uud lady, Mr, ami Mr. and Miv. Geo. Kerr, Miss Thomas, Mr. and Mrd. Geilde.i. Miss Hunter The Captain's brilliant record at the front while iu the Much- t- CHURCHES ANO 4 Tlie repulnr monthly meeting of thn iursing Mission Board .will be bold T Monday affcr-ioon .at 4 o'clock. Iiinorlanl .matters are to ho.discussed Ine Gun Corps nnd Iloynl Air 1'orco 'member is asked to ho pros; afterwards his decoration with tho cllt- Military Cross, were mentioned by ......the J. Harris, who welcBmod' guests on friends. uiMig'imul evening was brought to a f close by placing the Captain anil his brldq In th'd center of a ring made by the crowd present, and seventy-five voices lustily Joined In singing "Should Auld Acquaintances Be Forgot." Sirs. A UITTLE :BIT OF EVEBVTHIWQ 4 4 v v 4 Wo ,Jut ,oom flf lifc nov W Palmer receiving a bonauct from Mrs.; when the sun went down Allwood j weaving when it comes lip tomorrow. The "Llvewlre" Class 'of Wesley church are Inviting the members of Mrs. Cragg'E Sunday school class lo a Bleirhlng party thli evening. The' Bleigh will leave the hall at eight o'clock and every member of Ihcsoi classes aro asked to .bo oull Tho sonlal given In tho Moose Hall under tho auspices of (he-.Womon of on Wednesday -Oeccber. "One who claims that be nbcmt it Tells me tlio earth is a vale ot sin; Hut I and the bees, and Ihe birds, wo doubt It. Anil think it a world worth living in." Wheeler Wilcoi. Green, f'3per.ially lade and cnlns was moaf enjoyable. Mr. A.'groctli mccllne with Iho greatest 1'orbos acted as chairman nnd B splen- did musical -program wftfl rendered, Iu the Diinihers were solos demand in New York. TIic combined circulntion ot wo- from. Miss Bessie Wilson, JIIss Swln-'mon's magazines In the (Tnltetl Stales S. Harrison, Mr. amounts lo soraelhliig near Mr. Kcaley, Mr. J. Crannic, .Tr., Mr. I a year. Keep a sheet or two of carbon paper In your cawing room ami uso It when B. Taylor, Mr. J. Grannie. Sr. The Election givon by Mrs. Crunnlo and tor. Ward wai loudly apjilnuded. Mr. Williams presided at the piano and cmttag out light colored garments to bv Mrs. W. Kealey, Miss, mark perforations, called tor In the When A iStore His Different And Better Stocks kV Astounding Reductions on Fall Suits Sat There should bo a ruth lor thwe mils oa. Saturday.' They represent balance o( our Fall Slock and in 'workman ship aud trimming -they aro extraordinary good ralue. 1C 1 the H-.C. U means anylliius (d vou. (hie !i your opportunity. 2 WEED SUITS SUITS Regular .50 to To clear at 1 BROWN CffiVIOT SUIT Regular for 535. W t4 VELOUR SUITS Colors nigger, burgundy, plum, green. Regular for .V. Regular for Regular for Regular for J, New Front Laced Goddess Corset Special, Regular and This wonderfully popular inakevis known tor its remarkable wearing qualities. pair la warranted. In flesli or white materials, daintily firCshed and trimmed; low avefnse figure styles. All sizes; Wool Scarfs Regular for i They will not only glrc a new Toueli ol color; to your suit, buf. will keep you also, Voile Waists Regular Round inuuuti surtiisii- yoKUSj finished willi pefrl buttons. 25 for. eihbrowcrcd TOR QUiOf CELLING SATURDAY TliGKo are. new "goods and witlt, spring closo- aud a riew'tJo-esF becomes a necessity. in a goodi s6rge ant! in the prevailing Vclnstetn nnd Mlns Forbes. The Ing at dilnlv refreshmenta brought a happy evening to .a close. On Monday afternoon the Canadian Clrls.ln Training visited the. Cot-n Cola factory. On euleriii' each girl H'fis presented with ,1 bottle of cola.nnd later with Kluxer ale. Tho Kreatly.appreclnicd the kindness of Iho manfiger In Bhowlng thorn tliroiyjli the factory, nnd gavo an partltii: salute thefr club's On TiKisKlftV.- c.vonfni; Iho' fcRdtar meeting waBihold. A very good re- port of Monday's visit was given by Jlulh Brown and Miss javo a very helpful Then a lively ilc- bato took place Ibo subject .being, "ScsoivcO that a girl can be of groat- at b styles. Trimmings include 'braid, buttons nnd broidery effects. Wide cboice of colors. Regular value for Women's -Underwear at Reduced Prices Harvey make; in a fine cofton rib.. fdr. Vests. Regular for .V. Drawers. Regular .50 House Aprons SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY These arc nil new goods, made oi good wasb prints, Tast. colors In variety of patterns. All sizes. Regular for BIB APRONS Gootl wash prints, nrail Dalterus. Regular for House Dresses Well made and well cut, garments of service- -f able, wash prints tliat will launder well. Nice, roomy styles. All sizes. to each Artistic Table Lamps For the Young Bride THESE LAMPS-ARE AN ORNAMENT TO AMY HOME AND GIVE A BEAUTIFUL SOFT LIGHT.' THtV PMOVIDC YOU WITH AN OPPOR- TUNITY TO GIVE "SOMETHING DIFFERENT" WHEN LOOKING FOR A PRESENT. BRONZE FINISH LAMP Cast metal stand with twa lights. bent paue: shado with large smber Mdiocs tinted Irorv border. Height 24 Inches; shade diameter 13 iuches. W.rcd completo wiUi attach- OA An went plug. Price i......'... JO.UV JAP BRONZE FINISH LAMP Cast metal itand and (rune wtlh ono light; octagon shape vith largo amber panel and ctrtw border. HeUjht 21 PA ilinmctcr 15 ill. Wired complete, ft. cord atuchmcut plug. fcO.JW BRONZE FINISH LAMP Cast meUI stand framfl .with MB light. Amber color beat panel art glass shade, lleleht 21 inches; hexagon shade, 12 Incliea. wired complete with jmsh button socket, S it. of cord utl.uhmeiit A ping. IJ.UU Substantial Reductions on Dinner Sets and Glassware for Saturday Only THE "VESTA" 07-P1ECE DINNER Row and Coid line border decora- Aft llous. Worth ?15.00. Saturday Special....................... OO.IW THE "RIVIERA" 97-P1ECE DINNER bonier with AA gold line. Regular ftl.aO. BitnrdiT SpeHtl 1U.VV THE "IRENE" 97-P1ECE DiNNER holly pattern border'and'goW AA line. Regular Saturday Special These sets are all made of lie best English Seml-Porcetaln and can- not be duplicated at the REGULAR prioe, ot the SPECIAL P RICE quoted. 1 v, GIASS BERRY BOWLS Many iKautlful designs and Regular 50c each. Saturday Special, each .r............'. 40c Shoe Department -f-'- ..-..-T MEN'S TAN CALF pointed fitting last, Q goodyear welt. MEN'S GUNMETAL ENGLISH .joodyear welt. O or Price o.OJ C rn D.D.U gA 4.9U MEN'S TAN ELK for ont door work. Price .BOYS' TAN ELK, eitra heavy soles. All to 6. Price BOYS' BOX CALF estra heavy soles. All sizes, .1 to .5. Price BOYS' TAN'i nihber beel-i All sizes, 1 to 5. Price SPECIAL LADIES' patent anil gtAmctal. Sizes 2fc to only. Special .v..'.......- 2.49 Bargains from the Men s Wear Dept MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED COAT SWEATERS In colors light grey, maroon, navy, khaki and dark grey. KcCTlar fG.CO. Spscial BOYS' SCHOOL SHIRTS JIailo of a good quality print, military collar attached. Sizes 14. I'rlcq MEN'S GREY WOOL WORK SOX Special, 3 pair for BOYS' CORDUROY VELVET SUITS In navy and brown. Sires 4 to I! years. Regular Special............. i BOYS'. FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS Made -with military collar attached. Sizes IVfc to 14. i. 4.95 1.65 1.00 4.50 1.90 We Are Now Skewing the New. Spring Styles in SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, WAISTS, .SWEATERS You are cordially invited to inspect the stock without being urged to buy. Special Bargains from the GOODS DEPARTMENT for the Week-end HEAVY CANTON'' Inches wide. Just tho right width and thickness. Splea- fifi did talue at. yard J3C BLACK PURE SILK highest pas- sible quality. Conies iu sizes 814, 8, and 10. Rib tops anil beautifully Ilnished at, o fift pair, fc.JW HEAVY CREPE OE are showing an eitraordlnary line ol beautiful crepe chine in every shade. Theso are all 36 inches and 40 'Inches wide, worth today yard, n Aft 'Our price, yard........................... FINE ENGLISH all wool and These run'from 33 Inch to 64 inches wide and our value is Supreme. They come in all shades and tho prices run from; 1 4 C JA> 7 Cft r l V yard NATURAL LINEN FOR RUNNERS SCARFS bave a tull line of these goods and stock1 in both 22 inch, 36 and 64 inch goods. They, are, moderately priced at yard O OC 65c, 95c, W and titta! Atip CHILD'S .RIBBED blfcclc Sizes 0 to 10 Sueclal 11 pair, We, 40t and GREAT BUTTON clesr about 59 fancy buttons Orig nal pries 3oc to 50o A flozen. To clear it dozen i -i FANCY STAMPED AND TINTED NATURAL LINEN sc-irfs centres cutti j. ion tops and V splendid assortment A now boing shown These prices are the n lowest possible at ei 50c 9o "j fo HAND CROCHET coino III Inn different sizes and aro delightful goods for A? little gifts Irlresfrom each 36c to FINE FLOSS every Imag- inable shade. In lull 1 oz. balls at, ball CAMISOLE those dark tones.' "Wo. hare a splendid assortment marked Wo can also show you samples of up from the same ribbons.- Ask to seo them when !n the store. WE SPECIALIZE IN WHITE HABUTAI JAP-.. ANESE special Numbers arc O 7C extra line valua at S1.26, and PERI'LUSTA. CROCHET price ot this article- has advanced tremendously, but we lire keeping -it down .to the.lowest posstblo, fig- lire 'Wo ran'Vbli you all tlio finer qualities .re- al, 2 balls JJC HEAVY DUCHESSE the newest shades ol'.VqIdn blue, ruby, navy and a loyely black; Theso aro Swiss goods Imported by '.aiid Canada, at 15.75 yard. NOVELTY CHECK high-class valour cloth.comes in emerald and reindeer com- twied chccVs. It Is marked very low and D CA comes 64 inches wide at, Jv stock of suit buttons and r.ovelty i trimming buttons la now complete. We can supply almost anything In these goods. You will delighted with the assortment shown. OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF HIGH CLASS NEW YORK'VOILES will be here in a day or two. Seo this beautiful lino before making a selection. t> (fhepuosons nay Qompany H __ ._____________ _ l07O seventh street and Lexington n.vonuc. 11 will conttiln approximately 700 i rooms lo be rented at of (1 to ?2 a clay. llrBt of according to report, will bo made in Hawaii and Australia. p.illern. It is n great tUnb caver. t Martin llnrvey Is reviving Only Way" i'u' Ixjr.don. A city ami n chorus girl, Are much r.llkc, 'Its true; A city's hullf with milaWrU. A girl 13, loo. Mfldame UrncSIIno Ki'libinnnn-Ilelnk lying ill wjth'pneumonia nt Hnn California. Kim will bo unnble 10 slug In public for two isoiillis. Tho largest hotel iii America ex- clusively (or women and designed especially for business women and Ilioao of inodefalo inc-ans, will be orcct- 011 In tlio heart ot Xcw York, nl Filly- Unfortunate Pat "It's so gooil of you, doctor, to have The come tills far to seo my husband." I "Not at ail. madam, not at all. 1 i have a patient nexl door, and 1 (bought I'd Ml' two stone." birds with one When washing fiiovus of any ilo not use hot water. Turn kind silk glove wrong side mil buloro (vann- ing. 4 Knvy Is poor ammunition. Tho only thing dangerous nbout It Is Its buck' flrc. Aimcllo Kcllermann baa boon sign oil by Sol lesser lo appear In n series of sea and pictures, tho said the womon who goes to movies. "Hut have you noticed N I little-attention women pay to Manufacturers prices signs .asking for silence during silk must advance, from 25 to 60 per' overture? Why, the women cent., and they see no relief at present! seem 'to tako It as n signal to price of row silk. Mra. Arthur VanJ-.highnot, who has cuss .the price at butler or tell what itao for lard r i Sympathy is the safeguard o( the tho Urltlsh womon as magistrates under how tho recent act of parliament making members of Ibelr sex eligible for such the an olllce. Mrs. Lloyd George, wlfe.ol Just'the premier, hearts the Hat. whlchin- dla-1 eludes .Mrs. Humphrey Ward, Iho ianv tinman soul Carly.Io: ngainst To, ka happy with a woman must learn to be happy .rfallyvi'lEft i him a good deal ol the lime. Soldiers' Civil Kc'-risYribllshmenl whlclr "Is life worth I that question has an arik situated ihroughoul Uio Domlnio'n (ro'm coast to coast "Is it that some' b( oiir women can't read, or Is It tbnl classic music Just nnttirally mnlccs some nomcn start In lo talk about nwered for good anil all. The cost has been more than cluoblocl, and we hang on." fr Uirkfetihoad, lord blgli ehnn oils author, and'Mrs, Sidney Webb, whoso social reform work uticens- iriK. It Is not expected that of Hie original seven will devote principally to magisterial ilntic.', i" ihelr activities iu oilier useful spheres aro ninny and. vark'd. One nf their ties will be to an i advisory lo ndviso tlic lord hifc'h chancellor ns to the Illness ol olhcr women lor inajjlstcrml duties when vacancies uc'C-nr. Ilirhenheiul himself regards women us especially dial, ader all, is the great need yoniiKFtcrs nro concerned. Announcement of the is nnotiicr teatimouy to the way la which Britain proceeds wllh Its hieav urea of dometslc reform amid many l distracting (orelgii and homo Issues. It is' also 'an additional acknowledge menl o( the fact that women brains and .ibility, though somo fossil- 'f Izcil men may rot believe Toronlft Globe. quallflcil (or work In chflrlrm's eoiirls. Anyone who Is tiilcrestcil In Ihe.wcl- fnrc o( children will agree with him. Women will tilwnys be more under- Btandlngly symimtbette with wayward j cellor, lias nprolated sevea uolnbleanJ ncjj'eelwl cblUreii lliau men, anil An old bachelor thil. untlerstond each other ticttcr there 'j would be because there would bo (ewer marriages. llos! o( the new crcpo do. Chins'- and silk adernoon gowns at Palm: Ueach aro made either with .a pllcc waist or n very- plain waist over n sheer chp.mlsctte of cm- hroldered organdie or, materials coinblnecl with fVjic r ;