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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAKCli 10, THK umimrnxn? UKHALD, Hostesses Tomorrow Mm. E. 0. llaiell. 803 6lh Ave. south will receive 'tbm'orroir. PERSONAL o c- .Mr. J. D. Ulgintolham Is In Kdmon- lon, presiding at the meeting of The Alberla Pharmaceutical Council. where they have bccu spending tho liast two months. In Calgary, was !n I.ethbrldgo on Wednesday. Many d leiuls of Miss Gleaclla Hardy of the Central School staff, will regret to hear that sho is 111. Sir. E. Murphy, has returned to the city after spending several weeks in t3pokano and Seattle. Mr. Gleu Farrow ot Trochu Is the guest of hfs parents for a few days this week. Mr, anu 'Ira. Joseph Mitchell and grandson have returned from Seattle and Coastal cities. Mr: anil Mrs. H. Clearwitler of Bow gland, who spent (he winter months Little Miriam Minor who has been in. Spokane and Idaho, have now re- Ill tho last two wecie, is improving turned and will make tliclf homo In Bow Rov. A. II. Denoon Is in Calgary this week attending a meeting of tho Synod. Miss Fisher returned Calgary yesterday. home from Mrs. Chas. McCleiusghan and daugh- Mr. K. E. Ofllcor, travelling passen ter Jean, havo returned from Montreal I ger agent, C. P. n. with Mtue. Luisa Tetrazztnl. famous opera and concert star, has been (.k- en ill ani Is under the care ut a spec- ialist. All of her engagements have been cancelled, due to a heavy .cold which she conlrucled while on a lour. Martin Robert l.ovcrlng ot .Cohiwat- cr, Ont.. has arrived In the city to .easusre .know more about the stock we tto appreciate our efforts and success in'bringing to this (Hire -for your approval the choicest, of the new spring mer- YOU MUST SEP'THROUGH THE STOCK OF READY TO WEAR. DRESS GOODS, LINENS, COSSETS, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR, "THEN WE WILL BEi SATISFIED? WITH YOUR VERDICT.' COME AS SOON AS YOU CAN. Special Showing of Newest Dress Goods I Silks Hosiery Corsets and Underwear The New Suits and Dresses SUITS OF ENGLISH Plain ta'ilored styles for larger figures, braided models with faivcy vests for young ladies and women of ordinary sizes. SUITS OR TRICOT1NE AND Splendid weight pure wool materials, made up in plain and fancy trimmed styles; well lined and finely tailored, all sizes. up to DRESSES OF SERGE A beautiful range of styles in these purt wool dresses. Many ot them heavily inraliUd and sirdled. DRESSES bFTRlCOLETTE AND The finest range of silk drosses -'.vc havu crer sJiuivn in beaded ;ind brazded styles. At up to DRESSES OF FINE WOOL Becoming colorings in thh serviceable and stylish up to Spring Hosiery Holeproof lino ir. stock again. SILK RIBBED TOP 2.20 All popular shades and btecJc. Winsome Maid Silk Hosiery Blnck, wliilc, brown, navy, nrcy, purple am] sanrlj ucr pnJrf 2.50 Beautiful New Silks Billa will bo DS2in for spring wear. You will rci here n wonderful range of all Hie newest in si'.ks. PAILETTE dresses, in all colors and black, at per yard DUCHESS and black. Per heavy; colors and lilnck. 1'cr yard CHARMEUSE shades; also the ilark'er colors, tier yd. SWISS colors and black. Per yard MONEY-BACK colors. Per CREPE colors. Per yard............................ BARONET similes. Per yard SILK Per ynrd............................. FANCY SILK yard ?5.0D, H03 3.50 4.50 4.75 3.50 4.00 4.00 9.00 2.25 3.50 SPRING STYLES IN CORSETS Fit your nerr gowrj over a Corsct. Front lacing in flesh or white. Trio- to ALA-GRACE :CORSETS A co'nipletc rnnje ot models to select' your In pink or white. 'At' up to GIRLS'FERRIS WAISTS AND MISSES' CORSETS' FOR ALL ACES, The New Georgette and Voile Blouses You must see the range; it's a collection of all the newest iclms in fancy and plainer models. Lots of new touches' in way of trimmings and cut. Color- ings are very beautiful. Prices run Georgettes Crepe de Chines up to French Voiles up to Girls' Middies and Children's Play Suits Girls' Satin up to Girls' Belted up to THE "HAUGH" COVERALL FOR CHILDREN AGES 2 TO 8 YEARS. Strips or iilr.in muforiali. Well made, strong and durable. Priced at per garment, PAGE KLEVKN' make his home with hts uncle, Dr. Rev. t-overlng.. .Kojbert was accoiu- Barrow.; by his aunU: .S'urs! j. (joro Barrow jjrs Mary V. Loverlng, of Dr. Lovor- Ing, who since her arrival has accept- ed a iiosltlou on the hospital staff. The Doan of Westminster Abbey baa applied fb Ihe Canadian authorities Tor permission to; retain, 'as gallaut memorial trophies, the colors of tha i- SOCIAL A very successful 'surprise party was held on Tuesday uvenins at the various Canadian battalions which avo: Hardlovllle school house when the still resting on Wolfe's monument, members of the Coriimuntty Club I wllh other friends gathered together W.'K. Cathbert, chief accountant of 'o surprise Mr. Sam Miller, the occas- the Steel Company of Canada, and loa being Ihc celebration of his birtti- Mrs. Cuthbert, of Hamilton, annouuco day. The most notable event of tue ths engascnient .of their youngest; evening was the presentation to Mr. daughter, Jltss Juno Cuthbert. Miller ot a very beautiful ring In rec- It.- N., to Dr. ogultlon ot his good service and mus- Falls, Texas. will take 'leal talent. Dancinc was enjoyed and The Store of Quality Groceries place later'thlB'mpulh. CHURCHES AND .SOCIETIES t t- be a silvcf social evening under the auspices pf tbe WilUril and Central IVU.'.at tSe home of dainty refreshments served. SASKATCHEWAN, W. H. S. CONVENTION MOOSK JAW. Sast.. March 10 The-sljdh iinuual convention of the Mrs. C. Seventh Ave. Saskatchewan .Women's Missionary soiith on Thursday evening 'tho lith.i Society o( the 1'resbyterlan Church, commencing at _elghl o'clock. A I opened this mornlue la St. Andrew's .splendid program consisting' of. music" au'd find an address by Miss being prepared church. The -morning was devoted to recitations; receiving reports, among '.hen- that of I.owLs wholnccordiag Secretary Mrs. Norman hasTiad a wide experience in deacon-! McMurchy, of and the cor- ess-work. An. Interesting feature oj i responding secretary, Mrs. iicAra. Au address of welcome to tho dele- gates was given by Mrs. J. G. Mc- Kechnie of fleglna. 7ho" treasurer's report was presented by Mrs. Hugh Mclxjan, of Regina, and the report of the general council meeting was giv- on by Mrs. W. Martin, Regina. i 1 tho evening will be u question hoi. 'flic woiueu of the city arc cordially invited. Joseph. Banner, pianist, vocalist and organist will shortly give a recital in aid of tho Y. M. C. A. funds. This evening-the first open session The regular meeting of tho Major will be held, and Miss Mclntosh Jack lloss Chapter I. O. U. E. will not: Wel-Hal-WcI, China, will speak, be held tliis week but on Friday March 19th. The Daughters and Maida of Eng- land are ir.-hlst drive lo- nlglit at S.1B In the I. 0. 0. P. hall. All are heartily Invited. 1 The members pf St. Auguslin's parish an Informal recep- tion'In the'Masoiiic hall {formerly tho Sons of 'England hali) on Thursday evenly. ;U 8.30 o'clock; Invitations have been Issued, but owing to tho incompleteness of WEDDINGS The most notable social event of the week nt P.aymonfl .was the mar- riage of Miss Mae Lowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I-owe, of Lelhbrldge, to Mr. Gust. Alei, manager of tho While Lunch hero. The pretty affair took tha place Monday night at the Raymond Hois available and the that ninny; hotel, over forty guests being !n at- new people have cbhse to Lelhbridge tcniance. Bishop Meeks officiated, it Is feared that several names Imve] The bride was a lovely plcure in'a be- 'All adult Anglicnns in! coniing gown of white satin crepe de iho city are asked'to accept th'ls in-! chine with ovorsklrt of Georgette. She a most cordial Invitation carried a large bouquet of white to be.f'resent to welcome to Leth- nations, 'jlrs. Rej; Miller, of Leth.-.- bridge the new recfaif and his wife, tho -bridge, a lite-long friend ot the was the bridesmaid, arid the was supported by Mr. Crest Smith of f-' TEA AND COFFEE Hudson's Bay Tea, No. 2 Blend b 1 Ib. packets; reg ular 70c lb., 2 Ibs. Hudson Bay Special Bulk, 2 Ibs. for Salada Tea, Brown Label, 1 lb'. packets, 2 for Coffee, Wedding Breakfast, 1 lb. fins, each 65c CATSUPS Libby's Tomato Catsup, per bottle, each 30c Del Monte Tomato Catsup, per bottle, each 36c Maple Leaf Tomato CaUup, in tins; 2s, 2 tiiis for 35c Mushroom Catsup, Blue Seal, per bottle 27c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CELERY, HEAD LETTUCE, LEAF LETTUCE, RADISHES AMD GREEN ONIONS. Marmalade Oranges, per dozen 90c and PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE V 'PEG STRIKE TRIAL AGAIN ADJ'OURNED DYES TELL WINNIPEG. March Canadian, ile.-ndjpnrn- incut ot the trial of the seven' strike leaders till ncit sfon- day will become necessary" on account of the continued III- ness of tho juryman, James Jack, court officials to- day. Jack was reported slightly improved .this morning but able to resume bis duties' Thursday when the court re- marriage'service, the gueats partook .convenes. He is suffering'from I a sumptuous supper dancing fol-i ot iuDuenza. of-, The Ameliasburg Township Council lias passed a the HydTo-electric Power Conimis- sfun to for a ra- dial lino Irom 1'ictoa to Trentou. THE DARKEST HOUR IS' BEFORE "THE DAWN" Calgary1; A nelce of the bride, Miss Beth Scott, charming and petite, was i I flower-Kirl.; The bride was fclven' nway. I I by her: father, and. the simple corc; M inony was coad'. Turn Apoarel into New Don't worry anout pcrrecl results. .Use .guaranteed to give a'new, rich, lajieloss color to any fabric, whether it lip'woof, silk, linen, cotton or mixed btousss, 'ytockinfis, Skirts; 'children'-: feathers, draperies, covirings. The.Direction nook with each iiack- nge telis so plainly liow to diamond dye over any color that you can not make n mistake, j To match any material, have drug- gist 'rfhott 'you "Diamond Dye1' Color hour mornihgA'- tbo'-'-'out-of-tow: guests'Were Mr. and and Mrs? lieg SilllefrMf.--and Mrs: Harry. Lowe, Jr.. Miss Bessie Carr anu Jlr. George Anton, all of Lelhbrldse. and Mr." Crest Smith, of Calgary.' The young couple, who will reside'in-Ray- mond. .jWcrft the .recipients of many beautiful'and- coBtly Ilay- mond Uy He.i P. -McGe'e. M'.D- D.D.S C..-DENTURES.- V-. f I .Mothers.- After Cuticura An: excess of .acid in the stomach sonvs thn [DLH! and starts fermentation. IXsirpssLiig gasea form. Your meals