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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920 THB LEIhBHlDGK DAILY HE1UUJ PAGE Mrs. JCM HwrlB hts tone to -Mir- ror.lAke, to vlilt hfr parents, .Mr. Mri. Link. Robert Gardner, F.tsikom, secretary- treasurer, Flowery Plains municipal Kb en; it fi'Uiouffct marriage may 4 Mn. R. DUD lop trom Rinctor Creek whert ihe vlalteA her daushter, ilrs. T. R. Brewer. Ily, and G. Irwin, deputy reeve, who In the Van Haarlem hojpltal om attcndlhr the hail! at LethbrMge. A1U., returned home Mrs. G. B. Welter has home from the hospital.'. Mils lieUe Thornton, who has been from Jnsutmnce a{ Calgary, were visitors In (be city today on. routo home; V Fred Bryans been spending a fe'tv.days in 'Cranbrook. ?ilri: Olmatead, of Pincher Creek, was the week-end guest ot her sou, Percy. Mr. and Mrs.-O. N. Ballantyne leave tonight to take ifp residence iu Ed- monton. Mr. 8. G: Jjmieaon, of Bow Island, a gaeit in the city. C. Kaif was" a week-end guegt In Calgary. Tne bunnf'of iboaiflige'.'.ot on Courier. Hbyar Hlghaess tlo Prince'ol Wales baa accepted the title of Hpu orary Commandant .of the Canadian Mounted Police. V i Premier and Mrs. Saskatche- wan, are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son whose birth- day is March IS. 4 c SOCIAL perfection of technique and Is rlvlnc the recital In aid of Y.M.O.A. 'ufldi. -The- following numbers will rendered: PIANO NUMBERS "Dnetto" No 13. JVUhoul No. 1, Opus. No. 2 (Bee- "Autumn" Sonata" First movement (by SONGS 'Mona" (Stephen '81111 the Night" (Carl Where er You Walk" '0 Happy Uay" (Carl 'My Ain Folk" (Laura G. iliis Ida -JJ. Tartell vts the -guesl ot honor Saturday o! the Local Coim- oil of Women at.a luncheon "p.m. In' the Lethbridge hotel. Covers were laid for feurleen. and Miss Tar- boil was presented with a corsag' bouquet violets. Following her lecture of. Saturday evening, members of the Local Counect too much in the way of skirls, or they are abbreviated as much as lOosible, ,but compensated by (he .re.-, ival of regal trains. The re-entry' if the Watteau into the world of asbion is greeted with open arms nd has received the stamp of ap-. roval of Paris. e Height, rather lhan'breadth, is tlie 10 !e for tbe new coif hires. high oiled chignon may be made still, hlgh- ir by the addition r curved horn inset with facets of leel looks charming in A modified Greek headdress is very ashlonable Just at present. The hair s drawn back from the forehead, but Bolily, and (ho hair iUelf Is sligh'tl'y waved. Then at the back, rather high ip, it is twisted into a big coll, which iuts out rdtbef defiantly. THINKS SCANTY DRESS IS NOT UNHEALTHY jKnox 8 BlbletjBtudy class In the schoolroom of tho subject, "The Year ot Op- position." Thursday, 7.30 Scouts In the soHoolroom of the church. :tlst and April clal ujeeting of the W. M. S.''wlll be iield itf Knox church. Delegates will be present from all tlie presbyteries. desiring to in Ih'eir eiiler- lainmftrit kindly phono H. -H. convenor.or the committee. the choir EeveftiWords From the Cross." Fur- ther announcement in this next feahbatli. of the LortTs Bupper administered Easte'r.-Sunday, 'service. lntendtng..conimuni- c'anU kindly communicate lyith the minister pr the Wesley' p.m'. senior camps of tho Camp Fire Girls will meet in toe 'parsonage, Other., camps will as arranged. Jlonday, 8.15 the practically destitute for cloth- has appealed to the above or- on for assistance. They have managed through the past winter, tho mother taking lender care of'a'yea'r and a half old boy and now she is appealing for maternlly- clothes. Pracllcally everything such need to cover naked- ness Is asked for this family. They livo In the-Seven Persons district. For the boy of eight old shoes, size 1 one and a half are wanted; shoes are' needed for boys of'five, size 11, for boy of four, slzo 8; for boy of.three, size T, asd tfor year and a half old: boy, size four and a half. Overalls, shirts, underwear and I stockings arc needed for nil members of the family and a dress for the baby boy. A- girl of aia -is badly In need 'of dresses, shoes-: and .stockings. Shoi wears Bize eleven shoes. -Tho mother] house1 dress: She has a-bust' of flvo and a half feot lull and wauts shoes, size six and a half. She would like something suit- able for a maternity dreti. Her husband-needs a good warm' coat, as well as herself. He has. a 42 Inch chest and .has a waist .of.. 3S inches. He also have, shirts.' 17 Inch neck and boots, size eight. Sheets and blankets arc Any one being supply any of the above and desiring to do so shonld .report lo the officer In charge Raisins, Sunmaid Seedless, 15 oz. packet, each 25c Rabins, SunmakJ Seedless, 11 oz. packet, each 20c Raisins, Gold Bar Seeded, 15 oz. packet, each. 25c Shredded Wheat Biscuits, per packet 15c Puffed Wheat, Quaker, per packet ..________I5c BLENDED JAM Strawberry and Apple and Raspberry and Apple, 4 Ib. tins, Mother's brand, a limited quantity only, per tin' 75c Royal Crown Soap) per packet 40c 3 packets, for Silver Gloss Starch, per. packet .._____..... 17c Toro Washing Tablets, each.............. 05c Mack's No Rub, per packet..........'..... 05c PHONES 313 and 1513 .THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Councillor B- Piicnnd; Sauiivlcb, former editor of l.c been appointed Inspector ..ofJ con- of the SalvaUqn. Army work in diseases by the Bssex.Dorder bridge. I Utilities Commission. llrs. Augusta A. Parker, -V.Y., who saved Qeneral .Pershi'.ig from drowning while ue was a.young lieutenant at Fortress Monroe, Vn., i is-dead. PrcgVessivu Club in Ihe ladies' par- lor.1; Subject, "Current Event's." Wednesday, 8 ser- vice. 3.30 meeting of tha 51. S. in ladies' par- lor.'. A special program arranged and all-Invited. Thursday. 7.SO meet- ing, or.Boy. Scouts. Friday, 4.15 choir S p-iu., senior choir prac-. Saturday, 3 of homo cooking, fancywork and '-Children's be held in the ladles' par- lor. Te'a will be A cantata will be rendered'by the choir on Sunday evening entitled, "Peiiitancc, Pardon and Peace." Free distribution of the words of- tho' can- tata. V 'United evening, the BoJ Scouls meet. >r Wednesday evening, at :S o'clock, prayer Thursday; 3 -meets. Thursday, S practice. Christian Science nlect- Ing Wednesday at 8 EASTER SHOPPIMG IS tJNDERWAY Stoc.ks are.novy nearingcorifipletioni tar best variety of choice goods, mijlinety, .outer'and under garments.', ever this big store; scores of women during' few days have acted suggesticrt of a close comparison of pricesj without hesitation agree lhat' "we have'bten'conservative in our'statements in previous ads. regarding ijie ad- vantages of buying here and have fully supported -our claims of largest variety at lowest prices. Many new things in Easter wear are just to hand by Express this'morning and are of themselves well worth a special visit here tomorrow. Three Dozen M or e N e w Pattern Hats Arrived Since Last We Advertised 16 YEARS fio eelurn Of The Trouble Since Taking "Fruit-Mires" The short skirls ot tlie Paris modes arc subjects ot prc-occu- iiatlon on both sides of tho ALlanllc. In refusltig to adopt thorn American women have shown an independence of French fashions lhat gives the Paris modistes' pause. It is alto Inie Ihe ravages of, Influenza are siibjer.'fi of (Useusaion on toth Blrtoa of Iho Atlantic. Hut if one accepts the word of'Ji Paris there no connection belween thein; For this doctor asserts dial short skirls anil low bodices nover gave ml- j'- inHucnza, may catch Influ- enza through tho nosb, bnl .never thrbilgh :her Hrnus or shoulders. recently hart' a, good deal ot preaching abput tho paucity rjf rncn't) costumes, but nd In 15 days tho pain wiu etslcr Rnd tho Khcuumlism mueh; better. Gradually, "Fruit-a-Uvcs" overcame uty Rheumatism; and nntTj'for fiv9 I hid no return of tho I cordially recommend this fmitiMoicInc to nil P. II. Mc.HUGH. 500 JVJfwx, 8 for Iriil.tiVo 25a. At or sent postjwiid t'rult-t-iiTes Limiled, Olian'i Exceptionally smart, becoming models; every one a creation in its.elf, just one of a kind, and all confined exclusively to this store for Lethbvidge. These hats are the product of the foremost milliners in the country and have met with a most enthusiastic reception this season, Prices to NEW ARRIVALS IN SUITS and GOATS Added lo an already Very fine stock of outer garments featur- ing some of the'very finest creations you and certainly the best values. BEAUTIFUL SUITS to Tho ntoat attractive of the season arc among HhipineGU. Ilamlfioino ripple and semiboi effects with yc3t fronts, nrid cm: broidery trimmed. Lovely lino finality serges, tricqtincs, and wool jerseys, in spIcmUd sliowlng of Rniall, rsgular ami extra sizes to 4S. EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES !N COATS to Splendid variety of lone lengths as wfcll a most ndr.ictlvc sbowinp noxv of niitl popular short length, In velours, sllvertones, broad- clotha, etc. Really remarkably gojotl values arc featured throughout this stock or coals at prices which surprise -Who have looked elsewhere first. THESE NEW .DRESSES Are M talk of the Town and As cheap as similar garments sold al n yfar ago and showtf-In a much larger' tariely 'of cholcu than we have ever atlsmptort before. i Beautiful Strut'. Jcrstyt, Gabardines, Tricollnes, Dgehcsse.and. taffeta.Silks, a wondtrfuKy compltlc of new slylcs. Full range of sfzes K'to S3; .repular sizes from ,34 and big from 40 to 48. v ._...' 614 3rd Ave., S. L E TH.B R DC, E ;