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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH TIIE 'i.F.THBHiDC.E DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN ztlulooarv A portion, ill be used to aid la building bos- lUl la the northern part ot Alberta. tore will also be tor Inspec-; loo this meeting on which Kill be' muked, all W. M. S. eUtlc-nc krouchout Japan and China.; Is welcome. Contributed. PERSONAL i r. SOCIAL Dnrle, of Crcokf, iru a visitor li) the- pity yesterday. Wro. son, Alei. J'iive to Toronto to visit Sirs. Winning's dai'Khter, Mre. :-i I'Mr. J. D. IliglnboUiani Is upending I ho: day. I n Maclead. }Irs. McNally and son, of BuronE, have been tho guegts of Mrs. Olearv, 'returned to their horns yes- ItrUy. friends will be pleased to Isar'n that Mrs. Rcagh and fftmlly, who have been quite 111 ore now recov- ering. James. Teniiaut, who has -.been ?lr. and willy surprised al.lhclr Uml evening -when friends aud ancea took- cart proceeded .to WEDDINGS 4 of: the-' houi .make -merry haypUy.. spe.nt same's and music and before iieshmeutB wprel guest presented- Mr3. a hand tome'cut Bias's r Jjrs. J. Jl. .Taylor, Mrs. KreiVam Mrs.. Allifeii u-lll.givp a tea In aid 6 the aid at the home 'of-Mrsr'Altlson, 428 Street South, Mnroji 31st, between' tho of 3.30 anil (i. Ewfyonfi1 Invited. -The annual MursltiK Mission tea will -be' Held on Kaster Saturday, April 3rd. pending tbe post year visiting In; is eipected n Ijchtland sailed for Canada en Feb. ipth. of Miss Ixjonc Thoiusks, will Torres to hear that she recently un- derwent an operation for appendicitis. of ladles trill be in attendancev'and aid In thq funds ot worthy mission. 'Dorainloh Xo. 41, will hold Uioif.sociai In Ihp Agues Hendrle has uecn to leave the hospital. reached tlie city (o'day of hall. lOlh Soutb were ills posed of. The' hides went at prices ranging between and {150, "uu the heads brought prices'from to as high as J1.025, the latter price being uald by Edward M. Spear, o York. Following this there :came a sale ot SO musk-ox robes, trophies of Capt ttcrnier's last trip to the Arctic, whicl went at from ?125 for tlie undressed lo 4175 for Ihe dressed hides. OUR TEN-MILLION DOLLAR COOK offers to you a product of dietetic science the tvMe wheat prepared sma digestible have ten million dollars invested in tKe process of making Shredded Wheat a process that brings toyour wheat food- all the building material in the whole Tvheat grain.AVliy not use our ten-million dollar cook? Kscuits with hot milk make nour- ishing meel for a few cents. SEED ACRES WINNIPEG, MARCH vincial department of agriculture officials- estimate that three mll: lEon acres of Manitoba land wili be seeded to wheat this spring, this figure being a slight increase' over last year. KING GEORGE HOLDS FIRST LEVEE SINCE WAR LONDON, March George's irst levee at St. -lames' Palace sinco held yesterday, was a hrilliant r.tfalr. Tlie KJug drove in scml-slalo rom Buckingham Palace, being es- corted by household cavalry. A feattire of the fnnctEon was'the presentatlon of a number of repre- sentatives of nevr states, including Finland, Poland and the new repuli: 'cs of tlie Ualkans. Dr. St. Hauler, Gorman charge d'af- 'aires here, was presented by Earl Cufzon, British secretary of state for 'oreisn atfairs, and in turn introduced tho members of bis staff. TRANSFER CONVICTS EDMONTON, March Ive convicts from tho Alberla pcnl- entiary leave Edmonton tonight over 'lie Canadian National Hullway for Prlnco Albert In a special train con- sisting of two cars and n baggage car, where they will he imprisoned to serve the remainder of their sen- tence. MOTHERS' PENSIONS RECOMMENDED IN B. 0. VICTORIA, B.C., March sions for pensions for Indigent moth- ers Is made In the report ot tlie com- mission which recently Investigated the subjects of state health Insurance, mothers1 pensions, maternlly benefits and public nursing, and which will soon bo tabled in the legislature. 't RAILWAYMEN IN SPAIN TO STRIKE ff MADHin. March An- socl.itctl At n meet- Ing of tho railwaymen, early today, It was unanimously dc- 4f ciiled lo dcclaro a strike at fs 4 luiduii'lit tonight on all tlie _-fr railways in BpaEn, Midweek Specials from the Dry Goods Dept. New Arrivals of Real English Serges These goods are all made, by 'the class mills in England. They are absolutely Buarant'.ed to be pure Botany and fast dyo. They a-re much beloiv market price today. The following are a few of the best numbers. Pure Botany Navy Serge This conies in a flue twill lor dresses or suits, is a good welgliv and pure Indigo dye. The shade of blue is really beautiful. This is our special for the season. 54 inches wide. You cannot possibly beat this value at, yard Fine-Navy Serge English make by Pricstleye, Ltd. This flno number is 42 Inches wide and Indigo dye; also conies in nig- red or wine and copeu.'. This isr- real, merchandise and-worth much more than the marked prioe. Yard Coating Tweeds -Vi" or: Tweeds aro a specialty with us.' "We only buy. the best qualities. We have some-.fino-mixtures at, yard Pink and Blue Habutai Silk for Underwear These goods, are going off the fliarkel. We have a limited quantity at less' than wholesale price and should- he snapped up quickly at the present price. Yard and (Tho wholesale price for the 51.'J5 is J2.13 today.) Brocaded Suit and Coat Linings We have a splendid 'slock of 'these scarce goods in fawns, groye ,ind drcsden colors. All imported Quality. Our price, yard' and Ready-to-wear Department Spring Sweaters and Pullovers Sn Endless Array RIPPLE SWEATERS The "very latest" In sweaters, made of pure wool In the slip-on style, with pretty collars, long sleeves, have ripple Hare cuffs. Wool cords, to draw In at the waist and theu from the waistline the sweater has tho -.ipple effect. Colors include'the new art'shades so popular this season. -j ft lU.pU THE TUXEDO SWEATER Another popular model is the Mado of Wool Jersey. Cuffs aud pockets are trimmed with buttons of same material. Novelty belt is seen at the waist. Prices to PULLOVER SWEATERS A wide variety of choice Is afforded you in tbcse sweaters. riio new art shades predominate, including American Beauty, jUina blue', ealmon, turquoise, reseda and champagne to Smart Raincoats For Wemen and Misses The Tvonian who chooses one'of these thoroughly rubber- ized Tweed Raincoats may rest assured of serviceability, .com- bined with smartness In style. Has buckled belt, tur'a OC' CA back cuffs anil ventilated arm pit. Priced at Silk Moire Coats in Blacks Only Usually acknowledged to be just the thing for ladies of more advanced-years. Very rtnssy In appearance. Has tho lull skirl and shawl collar. Smart cuff terminates the sleeves anil is trimmed with a largo smoked pearl button matching those on the front closing and on the belt at tho back. ftA Price DU.UU New Spring Praperies We Have the Largest and Best Cirelon- nesm th'fe City. !n fact .-iro; carry- a'targe'r sioci; t4ia.u many of-'UibJ-ilc'uartr.iental stores :in the bfg. cities. There, is :nicer 'for_.pyertlrapcs, ajid. chee.rful They' are" the the In 30 Inch, 32 Inch widths.' Silk Charmeuse In hlack, navy and This is a special number In IniQ cbarmeuse with tho much desired dull finish. 41) wide. Our Spe- r HP cial at. yard a i> i OC_ OOC Small Wares Special Hair pins with crimped prongs. English manufacture; llox vpC In sheets of 250 Our special, sheet NEBPLB Containing assortment of needles and darners. In a very neat case, 'at case Vofles have (f> hhnd a big shipment ot Uietnost henuttful voiles welmvo Rtofiked. Tlioy arc really dc- Hehtfu] for dresses or smocks nntf Ihc prices arc quite moilfiratc, at, yard and New Spring Coats for Children's Wear Before buying be sure and see our stock of these goods. Materials include serges, velours and tweuds. Some sTuartly trimmed models In tho collection. Prices to "Slipover" Suits for Kiddies A one-piece'garment made of kindergarten cloth in a neat stripe design. Bolt, culls and pockoia faced -with contrasting material ivhtch Eerrea oa a trlmminB1. Will launder vroll. Sizes 2 to 6 years, to Pretty Housedresses for the Spring Days The old winter houpd dress will Boon be discarded and some- thing a little smarter will be wnntod for Ihb Spring and Sum- mer when we aro scon so luucli In tho garden. Our slock of House Include.'! splendid wnah prlnlc. nnd chambrays. In plain, check and striped patterns. Trimmings are mostly of contrasting materials. All sizes. Prices to Good heavy, ciuality. Sultahle.for fuftiiture covering and inukCB a good substitute tor lape'stry which caunot lie bought at anj-- Uiing liko the price of this mater- ial. Wit'th 50 Inches. -j AA' Price, yard Men's and Boy's Furnishings Moderately Priced Men's Cottou Night Shirts. Mado cither with or without col- lars. Sizes 15 to 17. Special.................. 1.3U Hoy's Cotton Combination Under- wear, in white only. Sizea 22 to 32. Price, per suit.. itttJ Men's two-piece Merino Under- wear, sizes -I np 34 to 44. Per garment Hoys' School Shirts, made ot heavy drill, military collar. -I rft Sizes 12M, to l.DU Little Gent's ,Covernlls, made of prints, I'inghatns'amPn'riJls, neatly trinnned, sizes 2 to 7 ycnra. Price 1.It) Grocery Dept. Coffee, Barrington Hall Sol. r r uble, glass jar, each Coffee, Wedding Breakfait, I Ib, tins, each Cocoa, Fry's Ib. tins, each.................. Tea, Upton's No. 1, 1 Ib. packets................ Lipton'A No. Ib, packets................ 65c 30c SOc 75c Golden West Washing Powder, 3s. psr pkt, Gold Dust Washing Powder, 3s, per pkt 35c Post Toastfes, 4 packets, J Krinkle Corn S rje packets for .............00fe Rolled O.ita, B Ib. Cfj- ....................UUv Rolled Oats, 3) Ib. Jacks, 1 each.................. FRESH FRUIT 4 VEGETABLES Marmalade Oranges, the last thll season. Tangerine and Blood Oranges, Frcsli Bananas, Leaf Lettuce and Celery. PHONES 313 AND 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Navy Taffeta Very heavy quality chiffon finish and .will not crack. 30 Inches wide, fleaullful Rhndej.of novy: Sp'eclnl raluo at yard v Plaid Ginghams 28 Inches wide. In a good assort- ment of plolrts and plain Chambrays. Yard Special in White CoHon One of our leading lines. 36 In. wide. Very oven and strong. Worth 15c yard. About 300 yarrfs to lo sell at, yard.......... ;