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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; MARCH 19, iwc THE DAILY HERALD .PAGE Talk happiness: Not now and Iheii, but every Blessed day, EveU II you dou't believe That half of what You say. There's uo room hero Jor him Who whines as on his J. Way ho toe a; llomemncr, eon tic world Is Sail enough without Your woes. Talk- happiness cacU chance Talk it good strong; l-oolf fo'r it in As you grimly 1'lod along; Perhaps it Is a stranger now SYllOSO ysifc never Comes: Hut'talk it! Soon you'll find Thiit you unil Happiness Aro chums. -s- A. made, the princess holding- the view that a really smart woman always wears a one-piece dress, never a shirt waist. Her evening gowns are de- scribed by experts as startling, espec- ially one otnhito. tulle chiffon spang- led with gold, giving tho effect of a golden rainstorm, while another par- tlculirly stunning dress of black velvet, with the tiniest bodico on re- cord. It has neither sleeves uor a back io It. c- HORSE HAIR AND -OIL CLpTH HATS r PERSONAL .r, f. 4 5If. and Mrs. J. Peacock who Itaver recent ly been visiting in Califor- nia guest: at the Alexandra hotel. TMr. C. MiicKIntosh returned from Montreal tnls morning. Mr. and Mrs, Watchorn and chil- dren, of Coultj uro spending a few clays In the. clly. The many friends of Miss Lnlu Wliijoi will: ho'sorry to siie'.-uudenrent an operation for ap- DcadicitU this inornlne at Ualt Hos- pital; Tho many friends of Mrs. D. Kinnl- bnrgh, Sr., of .Purple Spring district, sorry, lo hear that she has moved-.to Gait Hospital, where shopvill nnderpo a ecrlous operation "T Mr. G. R: Marnoch has returned from' Edmonton. t1 Mils Ida JI.'.Tarhell is a guest in Uic'Mly. Jlrs. (Dr.) E. L. Connor who recent- ly underwent an operation has re- tnnjed lo her home. M'r. U. Metcaif amfjlr. H. Leo "re a few .days in CulgnVy. Montgomery Bell, Units Service Of o 'nn Iroin.....t......................................i.UU MEN'S HOSE A medium weight Blnck Cotton. Sbes 10, and 11. Special, per OUC MEN'S'MEDIUM WEIGHT WORK SOX Special, 3 pairs for..............1.09 Remanants for Saturday We hav'e been .-carefully going through the stock and weeding out all the short ends. We have marked (hem specially low for a clear- ance on Saturday. New Spring Waists that are Both Smart and Practical VOILE WAISTS to Very dalnllly cmliroldercd, others wllh pin' tucks. Col- lars edged with lace.jounil yoke, finished with pearl but-, SHANTUNG WAISTS to Semi-tailored models, Tlnve. fucked (rents ami low .necks, YVU1 wear well nnd Iniuulcr STRIPED SILK WAISTS Smartly tailored. A com bin a lion of two colors in nar- row and wide slrlpcd designs. J'rouls and .cnffs trimmed -with pearl hultoiip. i Grocery Department Soda Biscuits, North West, per packet 5Sc Soda Paulin's, per packet '40c Cheese, finest Ontario, per Ib. 36c Puffed Rice, Quaker, per packet 4 15c FRESH TABLE FIGS FROM'TURKEY Natural Pulled, 6J4 ib. each Natural :Pulled, per Ib. 60r. urge, Layer Figs, per Ib........: 55c Almond Paste, White Dove, Is, per pkt. 72c Almond Paste, White Dove, pkt. 38c Marshmallbw Creme, pel' tin 25c Eggs, Nesv Laid, per dozen...........50c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Bananas, Grape Fruit, Lemon, Oranges, New Cabbage, Celery', Green Onions, Head Lettuce and Radishes Expected Saturday. Phones 313 and 1513 al the Moulin Kongo to hrtvo a j ling lltTe, nnd (julte another for af to be adopted by our sl.iters and to huve n niuno that sounds like C'hinoso pickles or a; heather cult. Hut we hope lo chango i 311 that." _x Askcd'how masterfl proposoil'lo: put n slop lo Iho nbnao of Ihe 11 Is na bad ns Is made out, J he sntd lhal (Vvicing masters inifiin. KO ,on striken- said, and New York, In fart, he was in- would be more forcihio than possible forn.ctl that the Rlato of thp ballroom in KuKlnnrl or America, as TashionatilD al present highly Kntl.sfnctoiy in people will in Ihuir clancins master for Kngland. Tlunior wild differenl llilngN rcgufftr lessons ysTrotiucnily in Paris abnut Now Vork. finrl Iho riucstlon as thj London sees vonld ho liuinlroil into shortly. her manicuristTlml hair tlressfr. A. strika A divisional system for the Kdmon- surloiisly felt by alT'sRcfcty ucf.plei ,tmi cny projmsed at tho lie (nought thai different' melaoils incctlng of tho commission on Wcdnes- have to bo adopted In London [day afternoon. PREMIER'S DAUGHTER LEAVES FOR INDIA Onrcy cliloHt. daugh- ter of Ihe and (ifnrge, hi.3 left for India when: Fhc lo Join Major Carey Kvans, liar husband, who i.s there In connec- tion with -his military, diilieu. Airs, ('iirey naturally troln fiornc- vvlial krtnily Ino separation from hor Illtlc one, and was particularly nns- Ions tint her family farewell should not take place at Ihe suuioii'.', Sfco thcwfore sniil "Rood-bye'' loMhe.pffr mfe'r and Mrs. Ucyd George at Downing'Street, ami Ihere was nohoAV at Knfilon to tec her off. with th'o' ex. copllon of a few intima'o friends, in- cluding Mr. Hoss, prlvutn Mrs. George, whoao wife will have charge of Jlrs. Carey Evans' child during her absence. ;