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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlll'MSl.AY. M.VHUI 21. 'J HE LETHBK1DGE DAILY 1224 MILADI A .j. Caisaiy, where she will spend the PERSONALS General Slf Henry Hurstull was nl the home of Mavor null Mrs. W llnrdle after his iusper- lion n' the batteries last Tuesday isv Miss Dorothy Mdwards leaves to- night for Waldo. II.C.1.. where she will spend Kasl.ei1. t Hon. I1. B. I'hiKle uhil Mrs. I'inRle of Medicine lint, will spend Ihe mini- mer III tln> Old Country. -Mr. and K .1, Shepherd fiuests id ii farewell dance given by Mr. and Mrs. II. C. n'mnols at Modi- I'ino Hat on evening, iirior to their departure ror Lcthbrlilse, where Mr. frauds hrcomcM manuRcr of (he Bunk of .Montreal. a a Miss draco lIcN'iilty will he Kiiest of Bfnl'er. Mrs. Cobb lit Coal- dale for the Hauler holidays. lioliduy. Mis. .Mouow or Tabcr arrived In t the Hly this afleihuoti to visit for u'1 few days. I! Miss Hiinr.-ihaii left today for Cul- Kliry where she will spend ICaster with her sister and hrnther-lu-law Mr. and Mrs. B. .Miss Lucille llornpool whft en-1 Kageil in teaching at Pormnn-t home on Saturday to spend the 15astcr holidays with her mother, Mrs. A. j Horspool. 11 Mrs. Charles McOlfniiagiinn lew- ing today for Pliichor Creek to Insti- tute a chapter of the order of the East- ern Star. ttr. (leering ot Plucher Creek is in the clly nllemlinir the-Institution of a! new chapter of the order of the Bast-' em Star which took place last night. .Mrs. Leonard Itidgeway of Coalhurnl' and little daughter, are spending a; few days in the city. i .Mrs. A. G. licar and liitle dauslucr Mr. Mump Lethbrid'e is spending Auilroy. returned homo yesterday Easter holidays with his parents ter spending tile last two months in returned to the the winter ill Mr. .1. n. gybes has city after spending Vancouver. in Calgary. Miss Margaret Kcmmis left to.Iny i to spend tha Master holidays with her piireiitp. Mr. and Mrs. John Kemmis, i in Cowley. SOCIAL EVENTS The C. P. R. Social Club will liold another of their popular danres at the Masonic ball tonight from n to 2 Miss MolHiiae of Kdmouton, iiassod throiiKli Ihe .city today oil her way north, aflcr attending District Conference of tho Women's Institute held this week in Tabor. Mr. A. ,T. Mayuard. manager of the Hank ot Commerce. Taher. nirivcd in Hie city today to visit for a short time with .Mr. ami Mrs. n. V. Maynard, prior to leaving on a visit W England. Miss Pennefaiher leaves tonight for a, month's visit with Mrs. R. S. Dudley in Prince Albert. She will visit for a few flays in Rpgina en route. inuii'geu in, alter which Mr. N. B. Good is returning homo dainly refreshments were nerved tho this afternoon after taking treatment I party hreakinij up by singing The Bluo in attendance. Orchestra Mr. and Mm. Wm. Smith ot 320 12th St. -V. were pleasantly surprised last evening when about 30 friends i visited them. Games, dancing and Hinging were indulged in, after which Mr some time past from Dr. Tilden at Denver, Colo. He's a- Jolly Oood Fellow.1 MV. Ingram from the coast today (o look after his farms CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES here this spring. Mrs. Ii. H. Guest leaves on Good Friday for a short visit to Edmonton. Miss K. firier leaves tomorrow for Daily Fashion By Marie Belmont .j Any member of the Tennis Club who hns not received an Invitation to the Tennis Dance, mayi obtain same from Miss Muriel John- sou at the. Bank of Scotia. The Pantry Table at the tea to he given in the Y. M. C. A. by the Wom- en's -Auxiliary on Saturday Kfternoon bida fair to" be very popular ad a great many donations have beta promised Lovers of sacred music have a treat j in store for them tomorrow night, j when the choir of the United Church, led by Mrs. Jackson, will give a ren-! dering of Stainer's Crucifixion. Mr. J.' .lamieson, tenor and Mr. W. will be the soloists. There will. be u silver collection in aid of the choir to defray their expenses in go- I ing to Calgary. The C. T. V. medal contest will be held in Wesley hall next Thursday evening. March 31, lit S o'clock A! very delightful program has been nr-: ranged. The main feature of the. ievening will of course be the two con-1 i tests put. on, olie for boys and one for iglrla, with medals to be awarded for ,eaeh. .Other attractions will be songs j rendered hy Airs, Layton and Mrs. I Young and a musical recitation by i-Mrs. a The whole of the United Church Choir are reminded that there w'" be a choir practice tonight at 7.30 I I NEW CHAPTER 0. E. S. INSTITUTED HERE A i i i I At the Masonic hall on Wednesday! night Laurel Chapter, Nr. D., Order of I the Eastern Star, was Instituted hy (T. P. Neumann, c.rand W. P.. assisted i liy Mrs. Mary C. McCteiiaghau, Grand M.. and the oflicers of Maple Leaf Chapter, Following are the of- licers of the new chapter: W. M., Henrietta Ross; W P T S Fetlerly; A. M., Kmmii Cilmore-' Sec., Uolit. Chiswick; Treas., .lessie Cheswick; C.. Edith Fetterly- A C Forster: Chaplain, A or-i.iuu, l-KOfJK OF CREPE AND TRICOTINE Knibroidery is much iu evidence on Urn Spring frocks, many nr whicli are fashioned from an Interesting.! Klhcl horsier: ('hPBlnln Iran Minrn- union.of miuerials. This deliRlitl'nl I Marshal. Jiorlha liimuing- Oreanim' '.ItesK in made of gray Canton crepe, i Ella McLean; A.. Annie Luiidv- R and iHiio tricotine. The lower part Annie Vallance; B., Vcrna Shearer' 01 tho sliirt is cut from the wool Jl.. Ratta Crawford; E. 'Helena WeV labnc, and ,s lavishly enriched with brook; w., Llllie S.'jas West- gray -wool embroidery done In a con-1'..... design. Cray Canton crepe is used for the bodice, which Is cut on ihc simple lines so much in vogue. The round nock iind very short sleev- es are outlined with navy blue wool, embroidery that matches the blue tricotlne. A narrow belt drawn about the waistline Is tied as the wearer desires. DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL EDISON DISC PHONO- GRAPH, used novcral months; finned oak; KOOI! afi new. Spe- cial price. ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th St. S. Phone 1845. YE OLDE FIRME HEINTZMAN CO. PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS full or wrilc for particulars. Have your piano tuned liy our expert. 403 5th St. South, Lethbridne PHONE 582. T--- m Saturday Be the Last Shopping Day Before Easter For the Customer who has deferred his or her shopping until the last minute will find their requirements here at re-adjustment prices. SUITS WITH CHARM Easter Needs for Men All the latest models are shown in our spacious show room of Ladies' Reacly-to-Wear, revealing serge, gab- ardine, tricotine, and cloth suits, pre- senting all the newest touches for V p-eated J> andBoys BOYS' SUITS Springtime Coats in a Wide Showing Whether it be a medium length, a short sport model or a wrap. We have many styles in a great variety of popular spring colors in po'lo cloth, cluve- tyn, fisken tweed, Bolivia and other materials made up in the narrow belted and short waisted styles, and trimmed with large bone buttons. Ladies'House Dresses A great assortment of these dresses for about-the- house wear is offering you many dainty styles, re- veaied in gingham, chambray, and prints in stripes, spots, checks and plain colors and designs Highest Grade Corsets That Add to the Spring Costume PRACTICAL FRONT LACING CORSETS civ easily adjusted, made from wliiir. mid limit coutil. elastic section in back of skirt, medium aud low bust. Sices 22 to :w. BACK LACING SUPERBONE CORSETS Or siroiis white coutil: models designed to suit the average to full h'Kure Four slronfe hose supporters. Sizes 24 to !H Prir-e ttcrrrer AND We have a wonderful range of Hoj'H1 Suits to make your Easter selection from. Fancy Tweeds are very popular in senii-Xorfolk styles. Mukc your toaster selection while the range is complete. Sizes 2'2 to Eaitcr Prices AVD We also have a full ranqe of Boys' Odd nioomor Pants in assorted tweods. Sine to Easter PriceBi SPRING'S POPULAR TWEED HATS We have just received a new shipment of Men's Tweed Hats in the new shape, and are made to keep their shape. All one SPRING HATS FOR BOYS Donegal now assorLmeut (if Boys' .Surlii..; Huts liaa just rtrrivecl Tor Kastor stilling; colors iu :-omljinations of blue and white: Shepherd cluick ;md black. All Easter AND BOYS' NOVELTY CAPS We have tlie new skull cap IS. Price 75c Men's Dressy Shirts To lie neatly dressed a man needs a fine shirt and for a larger range and selection the H.n. can sluv.v you prints, oxfords, pongee, striped silk and wool taffetas; a complete range o[ size- 1! lo IS. Prices and SILK SOX FOR MEN Men's Pure Kill; Socks in a wonder- ful variety of colors: olive green, smoke, irnnmetal. brown, tan, black and navy. .Made from pure silk thread in two iif tho heal and Hole- AND Saturday Specials in the Crockery Dept, At New Adjustment Prices Allorlon Cups and Saucers, ;i very (ino a lihie, green of pinli hordpr. To introiiuco ihis v.-UI Efell for Saturday only. An Six Cups and Sfmccra for Easter Grocery Needs PRIMULA in bloom for Master. Price 59C (Not delivered.i LADIES' COTTON BLOOMERS These are made of high grnile cotton in Dull; oiriy; with clastic at waist or an. I knits. Specially priced at OOC LADIES' COTTON VESTS Fine knitted' cotton vests in white only with lace edging; also short and no CC sleeves. Special at 00 C Clover Leaf Pattern Cup? and Saucers. Per dozen Plain White Cups and Kauc- Per dozen Knnl-Olass Mixing Bowls in Gets of liowU. Splendid for all uses in liie kitchen. Per set Fancy China Cups and Saucers We now have a splendid assortment nf i-'am-y China Cups and Katicets. All shapes and colorings. Tills lot includes Nippon, anode, Canldon, Aynsley and I-iluuges. Prices range from, TO Choice Creamery Butter. 2 Ins. I'Jggg, new laid, per dozen pot' Ib............... Lemons, per per doz.............. flrape Fruit, large niae, 2 for Our Own Fresh (Iroilnd Coffee, per Ih...............t...... Hudson's Bay Tea, Blue Label Hudson's Hay Tea. Red Label Cowan's Cocoa, 1 Ib. tins Sp 3bc 20c 35c cial, 55c 70c 60c 55c A Full Line of Htlnz Products Always In Stock. 705 Olives, queen, large bottle .Sugar, per 20 In. sack J2.65 Welch's Grape Juice, at 66c and 36c Llreen Onions, Caulitlowers, Head Lettuce, Ripe Tomatoes, Rhu- barb. Stra.wherrieB in fresh for Sattir- oay's selling, 75cT0 PHONES 313 AND 1513 We Mike No Extra Charge for Delivery ;