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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THIRTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI fj, .s PERSONALS 4 Tho many friends of Mitt. .John McKei! will bo shul to learn that she has fully recovered from her recent illness. Mrs. II. Ilarman. who has been the guost of Mrs. L. M. Johnstone for the lust week, leaves tomorrow after- noon for Calgary, whore she will spend a few days before returning to hei homo in Saskatoon. Mr. .Taelc Stavert loaves tomorrow for Calgary to take part in the func- tion of "giving: away" the bride at the wedding of his sister. .Hiss Dorothy Stuvert on Easier Monday. Miss Sta- vort is the daughter of Mrs. Stavert, the well-known writer and editor. She Is very much Interested in tho Cal- Herald Sunshine Creche, of which' she is superintendent, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd entertained yes-1 pirasunily surpri.seu by u number of frtamln and neighbors. A splendid evening was spent in con- i tests and music. During; tho eveninc, j Mrs. Covlll presented Mrs. with two pieces of lovoly cut itlass.! Refreshments vrero servyd, tile hosi-i ess helng assisted by Mrs. Mrs.! -N'ove, Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Sinclair.! and I lie Missus N'nve and Sinclair. Al! i the visitors wished .Mrs. Harrison) much happiness in her new homo. A jolly time was spent at Harper's llitll last evening when the "V" f hoarders entertained their friends to a dance and social evening. An orig- inal feature of tho evening was the' guessing contest and display of car-, toons by the "hoys" of the Y. First i prise was awarded to Miss Nellie j Hazell and Eecoml to Miss Viva 1D1-: ton. The prize for Che be.-t cartoon j was awarded to Mr. K. Ksirbimi by the judges, .Miss Denoon and Mrs. Evans. About thirty couples were present and the Blue Bird orchestra! furnished excellent music. friends had an enjoyable time. Word has been received In the city that Mr. Ralph Waddington has se- cured a position, in a paper and pulp company in Michigan state, in order 1 CHURCHES i 10 obtain practical con- ,g' March, M1 at' nection with his studies. th.r.fLT, requested. The degree The regular meeting of the Domin- 1 ion Rcbekah .No. '-41 will' be] held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Thurs- day evening, March 241U. A full at- MARCH k 1931 The Interesting Details of An Easter Costume Analyzed for the Last Minute Shopper of an Economical Turn of Mind nection with his studies, therefore he h. will not return to the city until the end of August. welcomed. Visitors heartily Mr. E. S. Williams of Calgary visitor in the city today. Mr. F. Nobick of Barons is ill the city on business'. Mrs. Charles Bowman and little 'laughter Gwendolyns are leaving on Friday for a short visit to Proctor, B.C. -t Mr. W. Geiser of Kdniogton is spending a few days in the city. -Mrs. W. A. Ross of Windsor, Ont., "lio has been visiting in the city with her sister, Mrs. I.ounsberry, left yes-1 lenlay for a short visit in Calgary en route for home. -Mr. .T. W. Graeso returned today from an eitended trip in San Fran- dsco, Los Angeles, Long Beach and other Callfornlan cities. Miss Dorothy Preston entertained delightfully last evening in honor of A DISTINCTIVE TAILLEUR IN COVERT CLOTH Covert cloth is an admirable fabric i for the Spring suit when it is designed on strictly tailored lines. This model i shows the long-notched collar which finishes at the waistline. The open I fronts are held in place by two bone! buttons joined together by soutache i cord. Two sets ot slip-in pockets elab-j orate the fronts. Their position is marked by narrow bands of the ma- i terial. Dark blue cire ribhon Is appli- qued on the sides. It lends a decided air of trimness, and as the tone of the covert cloth is a stone gray, the blue looks extremely well. Tho long sleeves, with slightly flaring show trimming of buttons and which latter adorns the skirt. I Miss) Dorothy bertan. I The W. M. S. of Wesley church will R j hold their special Easter service on I Thursday afte-noon at 3.30 In Wesley Hall. A good Easter program has been prepared and afternoon tea will be served. This will give the ladies an opportunity to put in their thank offering. The Woman's Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A. are holding another of their popular teas on Saturday afternoon, March 26th, from 3 to (i. at the Y.M. C.A. There will be a pantry table of special Easter cooking. The choir of St. Augustin's church, augmented by other voices under, the direction of Mrs. H. H. Johnston, L. A.B.. will render Stainer's Crucifixion tomorrow (Thursday) evening, March 24th. at 8 o'clock. The solo parts will be taken by Mr. C. J. Ferguson, tenor, organist of Knox church, and by Mr. Warr, bass, 6f St. Augustin's church. One of the prettiest weddings of the evenms m nonor of St' church season, and a wedding of interest to 41 aro on a pantry sale on Sat- a large circle of friends, was solem- AJ. I vftomnnn It tr. 1__1-_TJ :_ t-----1 _l Lt- 1_____ _- C. M. Watson, (J32 12th street south. Invitations must be presented at the i door. j I WEDDINGS Mrs. H. Chandos Walcot ot Plncher Creek is at present Ihe guest of Mrs. urday afternoon. It is to be held in the old church on the corner of 8th F. L. Stavert, Riverdale avenue. Mrs Walcot will act as matron honor 1 1 lakes place Easter ,Albe'rtan. Mrs. ir. McClelland has as her guest for a month or so, her- sister-in-law, .Mrs. fl. Walker Dunn of Port Arthur. SOCIAL EVENTS LcUhbridge citizens will be delight- nized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. _.. Arthur F. Nesbitt, 10126 122nd street street and 1st avenue. There will on Sunday evening, when their eldest be a display of plain sewing and m-hat! daughter, Ethel Ruth, became the to be a wonderful pantry bride of Dr. Marcus Meyer Dunsworth. The Hev. J. Martin Rhodes, pastor oi the Christian church, performed the has been put in to make the event a ceremony. Mrs. R. M. Neshitt played success and very much interest taken the wedding march, and during the in it by the active members of the church. U Is sincerely hoped there will be a large attendance at the sale SUITS Spring 'Without a new Suit loses something very dear to women who enjoy being out of doors. This assortment ot moderately priced suits is gratifyingiy large and in- cludes the. numerous new styles in new shades and new fabrics. to WRAPS frocks so popular a smart Wrap is a necessity tluit may be purchased with- out groat outlay this auason. Cape, wrap and coat lines are each good and one may select a model for one or pur- poses from soft aud luxurious fabrics. lo FROCKS Frocks ai-c say expressions of Spring joyousuess. There ure dozens of new spring models in silk or wool with a dash that is so satisfying in a spring frock. En every desired style and shade and priced most moderately. to HATS Whether one thinks of a smart turban, Russian or Hindoo model, there are many models of each leading style, artistically trimmed, well made, correct in style and unusually low priced for the quality. EASTER SUGGESTIONS IN DRESS -ACCESSORIES Ladies' Long Silk Gloves, Pair Ladies' "Niagara Maid" Bilk Cloves, elhow length. Come in white and black only. Beautiful grade of silk. Pair French Kid Gloves, Pair Soft French Kid Gloves, in- hlacli, An' white, grey, and brown. All sizes. Pr., Jj.DU Tea n uiuui, win ma matron ot nonor m i, i at the Barker-Stavert wedding which ,W'" Kerml' A great deal of work lakes has m to make the event a that it will prove tho success which the holders anticipate. Knox church choir -will meet for practice on Friday morning at eleven o'clock Instead of on Friday evening, 4 The meeting of the W. II. S. of the United church will be postponed L.iaiinrniee cmzens wn be aeliKht- t V to know that Mr. Waddiugton's Thursday ot the month, "Black and Pierrots are busy rehearsing a new program which will he given in two or three weeks' time. The C. P. R. Social and Athletic Club are holding a dance in the. Ma- sonic Hall on Thursday evening. The Blue Bird orchestra will be in attend- ance. Mrs. William Harrison, who ia ing shortly for London, Ont., was March 31st. A full announcement will i appear next week. Mrs. Williams' section of the women I of Mnose Heart Legion will meet at j the home of Mrs. Drysdale. 807 7th :-treet south, tomorrow afternoon at ro. V The R. T. A. will hold their monthly social meeting and handkerchief show- er at the home of Mrs. McLeod, 80S avenue A south, on Thursday af- i ternoon, March 24th, at 3 o'clock. DAILY STORS NEWS SPECIAL EDISON DISC PHONO- GRAPH, used several months; fumed oak; good as new. Spe- cial price. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 St. S. Phone 1545. The members and officers of Wes- ley Sunday school will meet Thurs- day evening at 8 o'clock In the ladies' I parlor. The parents of the pupils are 'aslieci to be present ii order to dis- Sunday school pr.-ca.'tinB with the testers. Invitations have nov been issued mi luuiic iJiusiueu over me supner tor the Rebekah danco on I table, Mrs. F. Howey. Mrs. I. Snoop, le wedding march, and during the signing of the register Mr. George Paraey sang "0 Promise Me." The bride was beautifully attired in ivory embroidered crepe de chene, and j wore a silk tulle bridal veil held in place hy a wreath of orange blossoms.! She carried a shower bouquet of! Ophelia rcses and narcissi. Her only ornament was a rope of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Marguerite' Nesbitt was brides- maid, becomingly gowned In shell pink silk crepe and carrying pink and white carnations. Little Miss Jean tfesbitt, cousin of the bride, in a pretty white] net frock, mane a dainty flower girl. The bridegroom was attended by Mr Roy Hallburton. Tha bridegroom's gift to the brides- maid was a pearl and sapphire brooch, and to the best man a pair of Masonic cuff links. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold watch chain. A color scheme of pink ant! white was carried out in the decorations. Bnwls of cut flowers were placed about the rooms, and satin streamers fes- tooned from the hallway to the large window in tho living room whore tho ceremony was performed. In the dining room the supper table was centred with the bride's cake, en- circled with a wreath or pink white flowers. Pink and white kew- were also used in the table deco- rations. Mrs. X. F. Eby aud Mrs. Hee-1 tor Milne, presided, over the supper j Silk Gloves, Pair Fine grade Silk Cloves, white, mastic, modo and navy with contrasting- points and wrists. Very smart for Eas- ter. Pair Fine Silk Lace Hose, Pair Penman's a beautiful duality of silk witlr neat- lace design. Come in navy, rjr brown and black. Pair, ft) Holeproof Hose, Pair The well-known Holeproof silk stocking, with heavy rib top. Colors white, black, navy, brown, gunmetai, grey, pink and sky. At, 'per pair Silk Glovas, Pair "Kayser" Silk Gloves, grey, mastic, white, black, mode, brown, and navy. Heavy grade silk. Only, pei- pair............ Kiddies' Cotton Socks 45c Pair This make comes in all sizes. Fine white cotton, with colored tops. At only, per pair 45c 2 to 10 ytars. New Veiling Just arrived, a shipment of smart spring veilings, in black, white, taupe, brown and navy; assorted designs. Priced from to NE'CKW ..vUl tpliiJ GOODS, Silk Socks, Pair Very dainty white silk socle, fancy tops. Sizes 3 to S years. At, pair. .ipl.fcO Kiddies' Mercerized Silk 75c Pair This is another cute line in kiddies' mercerized soelts. with nink and blue tops. Sizes 17p pair.. i per yard A COMPLETE LIME OF DRESS ACCESSORIES IN NECKWEAR, SCARFS, LACE ETC. 20c 35c 30c 30c GROCERY NEEDS FOR THE HOLIDAY SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY Bananas; per Ib............ Grapefruit; 2 for........... Lemons; per dozen......... Oranges; per dozen......... TO INTRODUCE OUR OWN CHOCOLATES we will give our many customers the opportunity at this special low price for Thursday; Per Ib................................ODC Royal Oxford Cheese; per Ib.....-.........40c Eggs, new laid; per dozen ................35C STRAWBERRIES, HEAD LETTUCE, CELERY, RADISHES AND CAULIFLOWERS IN FRESH TODAY. PHONES 313 and 1513. Easter Wearables for Boys in An Immense Showing Our shipments of Easter ap- parel have uncovered many man- nish styles in boys' suits, coats, pants, shirts, and sweaters, in a great variety of materials and colors. Boys'Spring Hats and Caps Many of the latest designed hats for boys are on view in the boys' department, presenting the ever-popular tweeds, the "Rah-Rah" caps in bright colors and color combinations are just the thing now for boys. INCORPORATED (fompmm. I67O _ Anyone not having re-, Miss Geneva Panning and Miss Ola Al'! midnight train for tho coast Thev will MlallOn mav fin fin nv Ion r i... March 30th. coivati an invitation may do so hy giving their names to the following committee: J. P. Fowler, 90G 8th St. DuriHworth left, on the uvll i vuuiej' r IL..rlItS south; A. E. Dupen, phone 1475, and tho cloak room. len assisted in the tea room. Lltllo Francis Nesbitt answered the door and Audrey Pickles ushered the guests to fln Easter Week Bargain In Boys' Suits Parents will welcome this timely sale, that offers boys' spring suits at much less than cost J price. Just 50 suits in all, ranging in size from 24 to 34. The styles are standard belted Norfolk I models, and are made up chiefly in navy blue and brown cheviot. I Values SEE OUR EXTENSIVE RANGE OF BOYS' VELVET and TWEED RAH-RAH HATS AND SMART TWEED CAPS. HENNESEY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE visit Vancouver. Seattle arid Spokane before returning. The bride's travel- ing costume way of Pekin.hlue broad- with blouHO of tan anu geor- j gette and pic.ture hat of ropper colored i satin embroidered with i bonds. On their return, the young cou-j pic will make their home in Edmonton.! Among the guests at the WGdcUiiKJ the parents, Mr. j and Mrs. G. D. Dunsworth of Leth- Journal. YE OLDE FIRME HEINTZMAN CO. PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS Call or write for particulars. Have your piano tuned by our expert. 403 5th St. South, Lothbridat PHONE Poles and Oilier Materials Be- ing Unloaded Here for Thai Purpose The telephone system In Leiiilii-idse will probably bo rebuilt this summer. Thai is the word given lo the Herald this morning. Just how eitnisjve this "work will be will not be known uiilll all the estimates are passed by the legislature in Edmonton, At tlio present time several large piles of telephone poles are resting! on the C.P.H. imturiil pro- perty north of the tracks. These poles are the properly; of the provincial Bovenimen! anil be-] fore long it is expected twenty l.hous-' and telephone poles will be piled up there. Indications at present are that C'al- garv and Lethbridge will be the only cities In the province to have their systems rebuilt in this manner. Some of the poles, it is thought, will he used outside ot Uin city but tllis will not he known until the estimates go through. CARDINAL GIBBONS SUFFERS RELAPSE BALTIMORE, Md., Mar. Cardinal Gibbons who suffered a relapie lait Sunday, wai report- ed to be in a critical condition today. He is conscious only a part of the time and virtually hope for his recovery has been abandoned by members of his household, who had clung to the belief that the prelate's naturally vigorous constitution would pull him through the present attack is it had those of the past. EAT iN THE1 STR.I.PED PACKAGE THE, NORTH-WEST BISCUIT COMPANY L ;