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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, If ARCH THE U. .BRIDGE HERALD 1114 MILADI THE HAND OF MEAVIN To every season IB Its ova peculiar v beauty given, ]tt every age of mortal nieu we set the Hand of Heaven; And century to titters u glor- ious speech. Aid poucc to war. and war to pence, oternul lessons teiull Reade. NOT RECEIVING Mrs. R. W. Gteanway will not re- ceive tomorrow. Mrs. J. H. Da Wolfe will nut re- ceive tomorrow. Mrs. C. C. Stibijaiil. Tth street, ftouth, will not receive tomorrow after- noon. PERSONALS Mrs. P. W. Pennefather left yester- day a short visit in Edmonton. Mist Ada Gibb of Magrath is ths guest of Mrs. D. C. Maenullun. Friends of Mr. Harold Coy will re- (ret to hear that he Is ill in tialt Mayor and Mrs. D.'b. Ilardle expected to return today from rJdmonton. Mrs. Henry Bllert of Millt Kiver is a patient in the Van Haarlem hotpiUl. Mrs. G. C. Cope hit as her guest for a tew days ber mother Mrs. J. L. i Couey. and Bister Mils Wjlma Coney who are en route to their home at Cayley after spending the winter in Portland, Oregon. Mrs. P. Audet and son. who have been visitors in tbe city hare gum- til H.-dl- ,n.' u reir.diyii ivtth in Iknv Isl- Anit en V Mr. T. Taylor Uai returned from a eliort trip tu (.'luresholni. i t Mrs. Alex Kurrou .gone to ('ill- to with licr ulster, Mias Grant, Kditor of "The Market Kiamiaur." t' V I Triends at Mr. an'1 .Mvs. Frnr.k i Siimmerton. formerly of I now or Oakland, regret to j leani of the death or their three-Tsur- olii daughter on February 34th. from nn attack of Influcazu. The little girl had the distinction u'f being the oi' the -Red Crosa in tin world, her mcmibersulp at Seattle three ugo uttructing u good denl of attention. Mrs. Suramerton wan Miss Udy. Trarellers' Aid here. SOCIAL EVENTS Daily Fashion Marie Btlmont Mrs. le a uogtegfl it the teu- hour this afternoon. V Mrs. Gerald P. entertained very delightfully last evening in honor of Following a very pleasant social hour the guest of honor was presented with a hand- some bouquet from which hung daint- ily vravped handkerchiefs of all klndi, gifts from tbe assembled guests. Mrs. Uletcher was assisted during the evening by Mrs. B. F. Layton. A very enjoyable time was spent last evening at Burgman's Hall when the Daughters and Maids of Kngland entertained at another of their popu- lar whist drives. Owing to the ivei- ther. the crowd was not as large as ustial. The prizes were won by Mrs. Carnlll, Mrs. flant aad Mrs. IS. Finnch, (consolation) and Mr. G. Pit- tard, Mr. T. Arnold, and Mr. Wragg, Mr, w. Holberton act- ed as M.C. Trenholne Dictsan wae hos- teBB at a charming bridge tea at her home yesterday Im honor of her cou- uin. Mn. J. McLean Coombs of Win- nipeg, and Mrs. Arthur Young of Mao leod, wbo 2lso IB her guest. The liv- ing rooms were brightened by the ad- dition of rose cirBatlons IB -dataty profttalon, and at end play Airs. G. E. C. Martin and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd w're the fortunate winneri. During tbe tea-hour Mrs. W. 9. Qray poured, the daintily ar- ranged table being centred with a handsome bouquet of golden daffo- dils. yesterday afternoon was the oc- casion for a very pleAaurabto party when Mrs. Ljtonard Green entertain- ed a number of young people, -celebrat- ing the tenth birthday of her daughter, Orlsa. The young people enjoyed aft afternoon of fun, the room being daintily decorated for (be oceaBtan in blue and white, the same color scheme being carried out in the din- ing room, where 'Blue Bird place carts marked the covers laid for each little guest. The following present Olady> Green, Bldlra Ostlnnd, Verna Brown, Vina Brown, Unth An- na N'eilion, and Wood row Green. Mrs. T. 0. Turner, 120S. 5th Ave., South, WHS home yesterday after- noon for tae first time since coming to, the city, and in spite of the un- favorable weather conditions Many ladies took this opportunity of call- ling. The rooms where Mrs. Turner j received the guesta were brightened I by quantities of daffodils, Hula Miss i 'Rebecca Scott making a dainty door I attendant. Mrs. Denoon poured and j Mrs. Grecnway cut the at the j tea-table which was centred by a i beautiful bouquet of pink tulips. Mist JHlll and Miss Fry ataiEtcd in the dining room. A YOUTHFUL SUIT OF BLUE GABARDINE Tke littU flaring coit ta one of the movt attractive features in many of the new oprin; suits. This style is becoming to the young girl vlio" Effects jaunty modes. This model is developed In blue gabardine. The Kreclire trimming thit suggesti R is achieved by the usa of white cotton braid. The skirt shows an panel in the front. A similar Idea in ausgested in the fronts of the coat, which arc cut rather longer than the rest of the jacket. Sraldlng li vaeil on'this-as well, as tho sleetcs. The Testee, collar and cuffs are oC white pique. The hit is of red Milan hemp, with leather trimming. HIGH-GRADE PIANOS AND PLAYER-PIANOS VICTOR RECORDS HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED. 403 5th St. S. PHONI 182 The nano IK your guarantee. WEDDINGS A Wedding of Interest took place at the home of Jlr. Aleiander Knoz, 410, 12th street. C. North, yesterday after-' noon, March at when Miss Agnes Jtan (Nessle) Robertson unltod In matrimony to Mr. William Knot In the presence of a number of friends. The bride, who wore a taupe travelling suit with hat to match was given away by Mr. Oscar Matson. Following tbe ceremony which was conducted by Rev. T. D. Jones, the company sat down to a bountiful dinner. The happy couple left on the afternoon train 'for Cal- gary followed by the best wishes of their many friends. I STEAMSHIP SAILINGS Ship Prance Columbia Saxonia For New York New York Plymouth From Havre Glasgow New York DAILY STORE NEWS. SPECIAL BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPH Special reduced prlcc Cash or ternm. Good rhituue to save some money. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. lit 4th M. t. MitM tS4S. A Store Full of Spring Requirements Moderately Priced It ii food to be back to the old normal price again, when one may feel free to select Kit or her apparel and realixe a greater degree of in receiving dollar for dollar. Thit entire (tore it vibrant with the of at to suit everyone. We therefore solicit your inspection of the very latest of styles from eastern carefully selected by our buyers who have just returned from the Canadian and American manufacturing centres. HOME NECESSARIES AT LOW PRICES NAVY STRIPE COTTONADE V SOcYARD Kogularly sold at 79c yard. Heiuy vrmslt xo- suitable for shirts, jumpers or overalls. A r-Mii: able buy at tbe price. Week-end WHITE OR GREY FLANNELETTE BLANKETS, PAIR .Single lied size only; colors white and grey; quality. Itoprfcttd from to, pair........................... WHITE HEMMED COTTON SHEETS PAIR Strons and serviceable white ration sheets, hum- mod, ready for use. Full bed Spe- cially priced for this week-cud at, pair.. DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS EACH Here 10 a duiidy talile cloth lor Size Good liteavy grade cotton damask. To- day's price-94.00 each. WHITE CANTON FLANNEL, Pure bleached Canton, witli heavy thick nap, aid will give exceptional wear. Kepi-iced AA from 39c yard to BATH Colored stripe bath" towels, matin from stout cotton yarns.' At only, AA pair.......iH.Utf LADIES' TAN ser- viceable tan cotton hose, sizes SVi to 10. A good every, .day stocking. Spa- oiilly priced at, pair...... LADIES' BLACK LISLE HC3E, 3 PAIRS FOR This is a splendid line wo.were fortunate to pro- cure. They are seconds, meaning a slight Imperfec- tion In each pair, but at the price'are an Art extra special buy. Weekend, 3 pairs tor... J1 MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR AT LOWEST PRICES BOYS' SUITS We havo just received a hirgn shipment of now style spring' and Kuntor suits for boys; lUt bloomer p.'intu. I'olk and aeml-Xorfolk hlgii-wulst lino coatfi; cloiii'; dark and iisht colorm! tveeila. Sizes oC, ami ijricoii according to bir.c. Sizes 21 to 21. r-) Filca to 28. Nothing over in any size. Stylith Suits for Man XC--A-. gtmix. arc inK iiuite coniplote. rang'; of fiiniisinugK. pto., ftir weur. -Mixturad tweed units arc very fashionable :iml have :i stilemliil sclcrfi'iTi. Korfolk. Bonii-Norfollr, serrat'.ve and od stylos. All sizes from SI to 14. I'rtced apeciElly f'ir Kpring trtnle'. and CHiC NEW SPRING MILLINERY There is a gay unconcern that is charming and girlish in the new spring; millinery. For the most part it is exceedingly simple, depending on its charm onjbeauty of straw, unusual shape and per- haps a cleverly placed pin, flower or bow poised adroitly or perilously on the brim. "All the newest ready-to-wear hats featured in this showing pre- sent paprika, tangerine, red shades and many other popular colors, in bicome and Russian tiara shapes. One pleasing feature of the ready-to- wear spring millinery section is that one finds a wide selection of moderately priced hats. S8.50toS12.00 ATTRACTIVE SPRING BLOUSES Little touches that mean so ranch V) arc evidenced In this charming display of white voile blouses in the slip-over and buttoned front style, ily trimmed with Iftce and embroidered floral designs. COCOA DOOR MATS AT THE NEW PRICES Cocoa Hints on your porch or at tlio outside door will save you many dollars beesmse they will keep your floor snrt niffs cleaner, and by keeping the mud of tlio aprlng from your rugs a considerable amount of is saved. Our iloor mate iirc all imported fibre, well Unished and haavy weight. 14x24 Door Mats; New price 16x27 Door Mats; New price S3.15- 18x30 Door Mats; New price 22x36 Door Mats; New price r Spring price.. POLL1E PRIM APRON rn assorted colors, full gathered skirt. yolio effect, tie back. An apron tluit is cl repay and at the same time protects your dress. Special for the n-eck-end LOW-PRICED COMBINATION Women's low neck, sleeveless combination, knltt-.d from PLAIN MARQUISETTE, 48c YARD Tbis ever-popular curtain material is npw sell- ing at a much better price than last year. 38 inches wide, in cream or deep ivory. Mercerized finished, weave that will wear well and launder nicely. The price Is now only, per yard Our list of Real Money Savers in Groceries for Saturday Morning ood nuality white cotton, crocheted trimming finished low neck. arm- Lolas anil edges; wide umbrella drawers. Sizes 34 to 40, for Out Sizes, for From 8.30 to 12 o'tlock only. Itemember, we make no eitra charge (or livery. 313 and 1513. de- BLOOMER PANTS FOR BOYS In Ktroni; heavy tweeds. Governor faatunar. and lilioil throughout with Htroilg cuttou. AH sixon jjn .50, and LADIES' PINK BLOOMERS Special for the week-end, this pink Bloomer, gathered at the knee, knitted from good quality cotton yarns. Special for Friday and Saturday Lounge Shirts for the Youths and Men 'Si-ass 14 to IS, in silks, wool taffetas, prints and Ox- ford shirtings; iill fist col- ors; double Ifrcncb cuffs; full size. Prices to Wool I'uro to Navy Serge Eaton or Skull Caps In Iiouvy stnjjiR inaclu; all sizes. Boys' Velvet and Tweed Hats For KiiBtflr and svvJng nil .-sizes, Pricw.-- MEN'S FELT HATS iinvn 'J ivoniii'i'fiU larjia vnrloty m' 1'eKs hi nil Mill stylfi Hud Oranges per dot. per, dot. 10 Ibt. for jer Our epecfal ground fresh. lies. Ib. per tin Succotash per tin 30c 30c 25c coffee, 55c 25c 25c Choice Creamery Butter, .for .........4 New Laid per Bacon, sliced; per Bacon, sliced, Ib...... Soap per Ib......... Rolled 8 Ibs. for..... :0-lb sack; 65c 65c 25c U'r: also orders. Our timplca jiiut Ut Intnl. Special Prices in Spring Footwear LADIES' OXFORDS These smart military heel 01- fordx, Tfitb. imitation rtraight tip, are very attractive for spring wear. Special- ly priced at LADIES' PUMPS i Several neat and attractive HtyleK, with medium, Cuban and Louis heels, to clioosc from. lie- MISSES' AND GIRLS' BOOTS From tbeflft moil reliable ma "Chums" our famous brJimlfi. High madlum styles, made 011 medium rqcerto Hflfl Kduoator lasts to ifive I'urt to tliti trowing foot. Every Pr. Reduced 20% A PENCIL BOX WILL BE GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY PAIR OF BOYS' OR GIRLS' SHOES. Ban crampanij. ____________ INCOKOOPATLD ttl7O, _________ _____ ;