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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE U-H HHR10GK DAILY HEPALD. PAGR THlRf EBtf "X I meet in the V. .M. 0. A. on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. AH Cornea ot tho city invited. dainty underwear, clHIiren'i rompers md dresses, rairoits of tla S. B. whlit drives arc 'jo Hied (bit ibo lust ot the scries PERSONAL v 'Jlr.'s. Hariie leaves tonight: to join Mu. llafiie and family la residence at Vancouver. Miij biiJha'.Uouiton. pf na'rona, spent "the wcoX-etjj in iho city. M. B> chlef' accountant for (lie n. hero, leavei tonight fur it iuoiith'4 holldw liruieEasi. a Mr, C. Allwopil returned to Iho oily alter ifpiadlne a few days in Cal- giry. Mrs. 0, W. and little .Myrtlfl hav? Veliirned front a pleasant visit In southern California. 1 M' 7th, has gouu to Vancouver ivhere vho will reside in :ulurer. accompan- ied Kdha, who will reniaiu.there for a mouth before city-. will bo on March 31st, Instead of tonight, Match 24Ui. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE, i. O. D. E. Six provinces. Ontario. Quebec, Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Hrltlsb. Columbia, wore represented at tho March meeting of the National executive of the I. 0. IX E. which was held at r.atiour.1 headquarters, 238 J-Jast Bloor street, Toronto. Important business before lite meet ing was reports on the war fund, contributions for which aro com Ing in most encouragingly and Bails faetorlly. In this connection Mrs. A W. MePougald of Montreal gave ai interesting report on her trip to Xi Brunswick, where she addressed tlv Tomorrow 'night Mr. Joseph Banner i provincial chapter at St. John, and alsi will a ret-itsl ifi'tliu.V. M. C- A.1 held a meeting at Moncton. splendid iiroersin lias been prepared Mrs. A. D. Bowlby-of Windsor wa ........appointed to represent the order a and the collection will bo in aid ot tho V. M. C. A. T. 3. Fotterly, Mrs. J. 1" Tay- lor, Mrs, and Mrs. Allison niaklne extensive plans'for'Ilia bone- fit lea ucluE given at the homo o! Mrs. Allison, 428 Utll 81. H., noit Woil- nesdny aJlernoon. A pantry table will ho installed and filled with delicious r ANNOUNCEMENTS CHiiMftii Is speudlng Kt tho ctiasl. .vacation 4 and tea hfiins given In Mr. and Mrs. 0. YV. jvlllack, of this city, announce tho. engagement their daushler, Frieda' Klllaek, the mar- .._ plcco In June. VVEOD1NGS I1OYDBM Tlio United church was Ihe Wesley hall' on" Saturday afternoon will have A (too supply of homo cook- Mr_ was unit candy, rakes, buns, and pies. wHn Margarel Klija of" pretty wedding oh Tuesday, Marcl There, w ll; fancy work and 'phl.i including b f Mr. and Mrs ]A FEMALE SHERLOCK HOLMES r: The Store of V Quality Groceries iii the iirrecnci of'the linineiliate rclailves. who cr.ri-led a beautlfu bouquet oVrpscs, wan attended by Altca Boydeii, 'while Mr. Oco. Hoyden supported Inimodiatclyjifler- llto ccreaiony, bititi wag performed by llev. 1-3; J. 'IloigliiE, tho'Uioppy couple lefiihy' Ibo afternoon train jor CHlfftiry other points: Thev will take up residence near Ulilsbury. the unnual meeting o' iliu Victor! league, to be hold in London In June and In case llrs. can not a "id Mrs. H, S. Grlffln. local nmnlL pal regent uml vice-president pf th 'rovinclal chapter, will take her plad The national organizing secretsu Ire. John A. Stewart of Perth, wa luthorlzed to organize tho provin- :lal chapter of Alberta, at a date to 10 chosen by the municipal chapte.f of Calgary, a few days In advance of ho National annual riieetlng, for tho convenience of the president and Mrs. Stewart, whn will be present at Iho innual ntcetlnj. A provisional agenda for the amiuut meetinr was prepared to cover from May 24 to May 29. The followlne national life mem- bers were passed by the executive to be recommended to tho annual ing: Mrs. J. M. H. Hobertaon, Mon-j treat; Mrs. Emnm Wllnon, Mrs.. Ivn' Wood, Mrs. Alice Trlten, Fernie, B.C.; and W. J. Wright, Winnipeg. A reaoliition came In from tho vincial executive of Ontario, asking tho National ciecullve to Impress iiixin the government tho Importance of continuing a strict ban on Hearst publications. Four provincial, presidents were present: Mrs. II. C. Boyle, British Columbia: Mrs. ilossle, Saskatche- wan; Mrs. Colin H. Campbell. Mani- toba; MrK. P. H- Burtholdcr, (Hani; Ontario. ,Maid: "Oil, master Is lying in the hall with a large box bestds him and crushing a paper In bja Mistress: "Then my now bat baa arrived at Opinion. D city council has not done anything to >eautlfy the thoroughfare. No grass or trees have been planted. A three board atdewsik has been nut down and the city has refused to keep it clean during the winter. Such is Claim of Resident of That Stick on Street j Tea, Hudson Bay 1 lb. each........65c Coffee, Seal Brand, 1 lb. tin, each 07c Prepared Coffee, in tins, each......3Sc and 65f CANNED IN CANADA Dominion Brand Vegetable or Tomato, 2 tins for 25c _ Bovril in bottles, each... 49c, 75c, and ]l Pork and Beans, Libby's large size tins, 2 {or 47c Catsup, Libby's, bottle...............25c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Green Onions, Leaf Lettuce, Ripe Tomatoes, Florida Grape Fruit, Fresh Celery. PHONES 313 and 1513 Jtostdents of Sixth Avenue A South are 'up In' anils against tho city conn- The Moose hall, Hlglnbotham bloclt, alleging discrimination anil ne- j WM a SCgno. Of 2fc, ind SOc, Sold thlO'JKhouttncDoiniiuon. CananianDepoti Lrajn., tiarn wilhwil not. A Really Absorbing Display of SPRING SUITS, Gowns and Frocks For Ladies and Misses Theve are so many points of attraction in this Spring showing, that we hardly know which to emphasize with most prominence. The models are very distinctive in the elaborate conceptions as well as the more severe tailored designs. The cloths are of the very newest atic! most able weaves and the colors are of very rich tones wiih artistic trimming treat- ments. And ihen there is another very vital price moderation vevy unus- ual when associated with such elegant styles and qualities, MAKE YOUR EASTER SELECTION NOW SPRING SUITS at.... and SILK DRESSES at to SERGE DRESSES at......... and SPRING COATS at................ 135.00, up to S75.00 SKIRTS AND BLOUSES in a big range of styles. Priced to meet every demand. i The Simpson ;