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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY MARCH 29.1M0 THE LETHHHa^t^PAHA HKWMO THmTEEN , � > PBRtONAU       Friends of Mri. WlUlam CUary will regret to hMr th�t ihe Ib 111 with Jn-rtuensa, >   Mlut 3*M ^klcOontld of the C. P. U. was a : Quality Groceries i Chloride of Lime, 3 packets (or........... SOrer GIom SUrch, 3 packets for.......... Scouring Powder, Bull Dog, 3 packets for____ sacred music will be rendered by | tomorrow as usual. The ladies are Miss Simm, Miss M. Smith and Mr. J. E. Thompson. A fourteen piece orchestra, also instrumental selections, will rendered.. The program will bo announced later.       ORGANIZE MUNICIPAL 4>  CHAPTER I. O. D. E. �  * � � ^ 4. � ift ^  � ^  � TO QET DIVORCE    LONDOX.-^The Duchess of Marlborough has instituted a suit for the restitution of conjuiCBl rights. The petition, which is the u^ual prellmlnarj- to.divorce In England, apparently has' caused no surprise here. The Marlboroughs have been separated for several years, the duke speeding most of hi" time at Blenheim castle and the duchess living in London. Tho two sons have divided thoir time between mother and father. Th� magnificent London house of the duchess, which her father, William K. Vanderbllt. Sr., presented to her, was not occupied 4"ring the war, the.duchess,preferriiisa more simple rcaiderice. The.'houao recently was rented for use 'as-oftUjes by the league of, nations. The Duchess of ;'*�. .> * OLD MASTER TURNS UP ? _ Missionary ClnolB in '.'�The'signVVhe Cross?'ftTsir The choir will meet Sieget's second appearance In I^th- t^ia week, both Tliursday and Friday bridge.and weofeel sure she will meet evenings at 8.00. Christian-Loyal Adult Bible Class will meet at home of Mrs. Dunsworth for practices and farewell to Bio. and Sister Wells. Choir practice and pray- with a royal reception. On Monday, Tuesday, WedMsdhy and Thursday at 8 o'clock, the pastor Is holding a series of meetings in keeping with Pas- dress. Thursday, 8 p.m., Stainer'a Crucifixion will be rendered by the choir. Good Friday, 12 a.m. to 3 p.m., three hour service. Special Easter Services: Sunday, 8.15, Holy Communion; 9.30, Holy Communion; li.OO, Matins and Holy Communion; 7.30, ^... ...,L>.is una special Elaster music. IN TIME TO RESCUE WIDOW FROM PENURY HAMILT EVERYTHING � *  Some fellows marry poor girls to settle down. Others marry rich girls to settle up.-The Jester. I    ' Cotton voiles embroidered in high j colors are being much used for some j ot the advanced models in summer dresses, and pleated hip flounces and tiers of pleatings going halfway around tho skirt are other new characteristics in these models.  *  London says purple is, without doubt, to be the queen of colors so tar as house decorations are concerned this spring, for all the newest silk and cretonne designs show a lavish display, of this tint, which is not lilac, but a clear deep, royal purple.    A lusty-lungod auctioneer was holding forth in the market place of a small town. Taking up a box of cigars he shouted : "You can't get better, gentlemen. 1 don't care where you go, you can't get better!" "No," replied a synlcal voice from Mio crowd, "you can't. I smoked one last week, and I'm not better yet."    it is easier to get well on in years than it is to get well oft in cash.  �  How much worry tho things that never happen cause us! Brocaded satin is much seen tor newest frocks In Paris and both black velvet and plush is modish for dinner gowns.    Life without love doesn't seem too awfully bad; at any rate most old j bachelors appear to be satisfied with their lot. Scarfs of silk wtg. veptycing those of wool and striped "and chocked de-^' sUiUs are numerous bow at Atlantic Where Authentic Modes Find Thorough Representation Beautiful creations for women and younger women who appreciate the individual and exclusive apparel. FASTIDIOUS FOLK DEPEND ON OUR JUDGMENT Whether it be'a suit, coat, day dress or exquisite evening gown the models are always correct and in perfect taste. Unlimited varieties insure suitable garments for every woman for every occasion. Exquisite, Colorful VOILES What's the thing to do about clothes this year? Every one knows that clothes are high priced; and that poor ones cost about as much as tho good ones. What's a woman going to do Who wants to make her money go the farthest? There's only one thing to do; buy good all-wool clothes; pay the price to get them. Tliey'll save you money because all wool .weara longer; you won't have to buy so often. Wo know; we've seen all kinds of clothing. Good materials always spell economy. More Than Ever Popular. There are white voiles, lovely and sheer colored siriped voiles, checked voiles, but there are none that are quite so popular as tho Bns-llsh voiles. Tliey are in lovely wreath and flower designs on old blue, navy blue, taupe, backgrounds. We have heaid it said that uo-wlvare in Lethbrldge are the designs so varied and the colorings so charming, 36 to '10 in.ches wide. $1.00, $1.35 and $1.50 yard SPRING DRESS-S THOUGHTS OF SPRING. Our store is always prompt in anticipating dress requirements, to conform with tho <^anglng seasons. In our late'at designs luat placed on display in the atore may be touiui deft combinations of colore and trimmings that bespeak the approach of spring. You will enjoy seeing them. More new styles have arrived thla week and each day sees many new dresses find pleased new owners, for our .-ityles and dre8.';eg aro exclusive to this store and no two styles are alike. Our prices are rpoderate when the high (luallty of ninterials and-styles are considered. You'll be pleased with Ryland's dresses, thoy aro different, $35.00� $45.00, $50.00, $60.00, $65.00, $75.00, $85.00, $90.00. CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN RYLANDC AND COMPANY lU^ THE NEW ThJAGS flRST nana ;