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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta tUESDAY, MARCH staff of B. J. Hill Co. of this city. TIIE DArt.V AGE SEN'ENTEEN Mr. S. 1. Shepherd left for Edmou- lion da Monday hlshU ..--v George K. Stawy and lliss Dorthea Stjcey vlll arrive from the coast on Jtlso Miude Watson, of Two llar- 'Minn., is spending a few days the city, the guett at the homo of H. G. Long, on her way to Clii- {igo. _ .Baalim or Company, II. Af-Jo'iiSs, who has been! ,iu ijlgn of the on Good Friday evening In Wesley church. Miss Sle- gul has gained popularity through her rendition pi this reading. 1 The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. B., will serve tea In the Hud- son pay showrooms ou Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Eyeryona Is asked to come and aid the chapi- ter's fund. V The Canadian Girls In Training of tho United church will meet in the i hall toulglit at 7.30. Miss Lewis will give a talk to the girls on Important life questions. T The Presbylcrian Woman's Soc'lety meeting in Knox church next i day and Thursday. A cupper will ho given to the delegates and hostesses share its hoping tp _ an Ideal l.coio lor its citizens'. It wasi deckled to '-old the- annual tag day 'or the milk station and. baby cllnio in onnectlon with the Nursing .Mission, I i May 16th. Sir Arthur Currie, tprourt the Mnd-l ness of'W. A: Buchiuiau, has Ignlfied his villlngaljs to lecture under the auspices onthe Local Coun- cil ai' a future. date; Mrs.. Ralph Smith; M.UA. for D, olso consent- ed to lecture under toe same auspices. The Hospital Aid appealed for more members, both active and asso- ciate, while the Nursing -Mission also asfced the delegates to bring before heir societies tho matter of securing Electors' 'lor 'the Mrs. W. L. Hamilton, convenor of Lelhbrldso Mrs. Robert Ximmons, TTUO has been retldlnc In Vancouver for a couple o[ years, is back In the city again. She accompanied by her daughter, Dora, who is vlslilnr friends for a fnw days before returning to C ds for a Inn Calgary. Mr. W. If. Docier has goae to Kara- loops, he has taken a awl- lion. Mi-, uocker will be very much missed in musical circles in this city, (Mrs. Bertles, of Pincher Creek, who Is lu tho city attending tho mission- ary convention, Is tho guest of Mrs? Charles Hyssop. I on Wednesday at C o'clock lu basement of the church. the Matins will be held at St. Mary's church on Good Friday at 10 o'clock instead of 11, as previously announced Holy Communion on Easier Sunday t 7 a.m. SOCIAL fli? danco to be given by the C.P.R Social and Athletic Club tomorrow cveulng at S.30 in the Masonic ual bids fair to.be a repetition of the man} 'My.'.and Mra. P. Jlpy havo re- aelightf-jl affairs that have been given turned to tho city after spending over, jjy this club. This Is tho fourth o a yesr'In the maritime provinces. Mrs. i tfjo series of'dances and it is hope Roy has -been visiting friends in Providence, Ithode Island, and Now York, and was joined in New York by her husband before returning to ijeth- bridge. i Olrs.iTom, 709 Cth Avc. S., left this rooming: 'lor a visit ill Cranbrcok, B.C. refninihe for iiit blindacM to German blood that WM thin wifely love or queenly ellefi- sttice :ruined a kini and discredited fall to read tic tnnllini historical account of how en, the blood sister of a ruling monarch; deliberately accom- of {he poor panta- ch .who lacked the strength 'her 'network'of intrigue. bora of deiperatim... win the power that bound KMult, wmnden in exile fMcteVtJiig tveft' of' March' fcui bf UMTS WORLD. loon to-com hefoufbt lurfi, imd to-day, tory EVER Mrs. G. P. Burkllt left for Camrose last night where she will 'visit at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. G. Welis. r c- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES PREMIER HOLMAN DEFEATED IN N, Z. laws, outlined tho inlttee for the year. rork of her com- _.. _________ The affiliated EO- cletlea were ureed to mbscrlbe to the Woman's Century and also to appoint a speaking delegate from each society whose duty It would to report the proceedings of each local council meeting to hor society and jo keep In close touch with the various mat- ters discussed. PRINCE KICKS AT BED TAPE AND PARTY IS QUITE GLOOMY SYDNEV, Australia, March A. Hoi man has been definitely defeated In the New South Wales elect- Ions. Tho assembly-Is likely to be dirided be'.ween labor and anti-tabor forces. FIRE BURNS INSANE ASYLUM BARNS LONDON, Out., March of uncertain origin lato yesterday de- stroyed the coir barns, dairy build- ings and granaries comprising the west wing of the farm buildings at Hoipital for the Insane, the damage estimated at 000. No livestock was lost but con- siderable quantities of hay and Btraw and all the grain stored over lor spring seeding were destroyed. that a large number will be presen to enjoy tho splendid program of Ih evening. There will he excellent musi and a good time Is assured lo ail. Tho last of the aeries of -n-bis drives, under the auspices of tho Sous of England, will be held lomorror (Wednesday) evening at S.15 o'clock in tho I. O. 0. V. hall. All are heartily Invtled. Among the many .pleasant Easier events of this week will be the annual i Informal dance of the B. of L. F. B, be given in the K. of P. hall on Friday evening. Tho Cannoneers' Jazz The Christian Science Society, Hull i program Band will bo ID attendance, to which several new musicians of Calgary will be added. An added feature to the Block, will hold their regular Tcsti- Mayor mpny meetin, at S o'clock. be a presentation by Hurdle to the returned soi- on Wednesday evening dlers of tho D. of L. P. E. returning to Lon don I find the popularity of the dash inj young Prince, of Wales increasing by leaps and bounds, due to the won derful success of his Visit to Canada and the United States. With the fair sei here, as on the other side, ho is a "perfect darling." As everyone knows, Uic helr-cp- parcnt to the British Throno cannot do eiactly as he likes, especially when It comes to picking his own friends among llio girls. "Count Me Out, Too" Just before 'his sailing for Aus- tralia last Tuesday a private dance was. given at Buckingham Palace for young in honor of iho Prince. The Prince wanted some of his best girl pals Invited and made out a list Whoever It Is that handles aiibh matters thought It proper not to- invite a slngio girl name-', snd, more- over, told the Prince so. said the Prince, "count me out nothing could induce him. to attend. Moreover, he per- suaded his brothers, Prmce Albert and KENTUCKY MOB LYNCHES A NEGRO PAKTS, Kentucky, March mob took Grant Smith, negro, from the county jail here last night, rushed-hlm out of town in an automobile and hanged him to a telegraph pole. Smith was to have been brought up tomor row on a charge of assault on a four- year-old girl. Nursing Mission -TEA- SATURDAY APRIL 3RD. Silver Collection in Aid of the Nursing Miss: on Fund The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. 1726 5th Are. A. Xortli, on Wednesday afteraoon. SIR ARTHIJH CURHIE TO SPEAK IN LETHBRIDGE A short business meeting o! tile Malhesls Club will be held Wednes- day afternoon, March 31st. at 3 o'clock. Mr. Hfglnbothani is unablo to give his lecture at this meetiug on account of tho Y M. c. A. last Friday. Thcr, Illness In but will do so was a splendid attendance of dele- at a later.date The executive will'gates, Church Ladles' Aid and Kindly meet a little earlier for dh-'" Prince Henry, to stay away, with the resu'l that the evening passed lu gloom. Stands For Liberty A lioyal parental rebulia followed the next morning, hut the Prince of Wales respectfully but. firmly lull- i mated he intended hereafter to take a sland -for liberty In choosing his The regular monthly meeting of lhe'ow11 Wends, especially, among the Council of Women was held In patch of husinesB. will deliver V reading an'tliled, "the tho Major Jack HOES. Chapter of tho j; o. D. B. having al! their delegates The president gave a short address urgiug Individual effort -on the part of each member to do lier To warnen seeking raiment m harmony with spring time Rylands offers innumer- able Selections ot modish new apparel. Here are suits, coats, dresses and other spnnfrvyearables in a wonderful profusion. In fact the whole Daylight Store the ever wonderful recurrence of spring, everything being as bright and new. IT TO LOOK VPbN A STORE AS A COL- LECTION OF COLD INAN- IMATE MERCHANDISE; AS A PLACE WHERE CERTAIN THINGS ARE'. EXCHANGED FOR MONEY: WHERE. THE FOR GAIN IS UPPER- MOST; BUT WE DON'T THINK OF; THE DAYLIGHT STORE IN THAT' WAVr-WE WHO KNOW IT SO WE PREFER TO THINK OF IT TERMS SERVICE TO REALIZE THAT WE ARE Or GOOD; TO KNOW THAT WE ASE BEING HELPFUL AMD TO FIND'A NEWER PATH WHENEVER THE NEWER SEEMS BETTER. 8PENO A LITTi.E TIME IN OUR AMD THEN. THERE IS ALWAYS SOME- THING INTERESTING TO SEE TO BE LEARN- ED, BECAUSE THE IDEAS OF MANY 'PEOPLES FAR AND NEAR FIND EXPRESSION IN THE GOODS WE OFFER. Petticoats Slender, straight hanging, smartly cut noitlcoati? Cer- tainly! Tlie most sxactlng requirements of tho r.'.iric are met In our new petticoat models. And all tho crlspness, the freshness of silk with three times iho wear at one-third the cost for they aro MADE OF ENGLISH MOIRE SKIRTING Tho marvellous durability of English Moire Skirting causes got. EO act quickly aud get yours before tlioy are picked over. I Pretty Silk Underwear la crepe do Chine, Habutai and Washabio Satins. COMBINATIONS, GOWNS, TEDDIES, CAMISOLES, SKIRTS AND BLOOMERS. Flesh or white. Moderately Priced. Silk and Lisle Hos- iery for Easter wear Well stocked with the HOLE- PROOF LINE> silk wl'Ji n nr ribbed tops, per pa'r LthJ 90c LISLE, per pair SILK HOSE. AU'colors', pair........ liuv CROWN SILK and WINSOME MAID Fine thread silk, perfect fitting, all colon! at, per pafr Dresses for Every Occasion Truly a boantlful range of stylish gowns now ready for your approval. Georgettes, Duchess Satins, Tricolettes, Charmeuse Satins, Rustling Taffetas, Eng- lish Serges, Fine Trico- line, Wool Jerseys. SILK DRESSES up to SERGES AND JERSEYS up to Ladies7 Silk and Serge Dresses Serge Skirts si.. and iip Silk Skirts at----, and up Satin Skirts at... and up Skirts' J20.0Q each, Tweed Skirts, and' Silk Poplin EXCEPTIONAL VALUES FOR EASTER WEEK. v Children's Hosiery AN IMPORTANT DEPART- MENT OF THIS STORE. INFANT'S HOSE IN CASH- MERE--Black and whito f nn Priced at 65c up to... I.UU GIRLS' LISLE Black, while. Per pair BOYS' STRONG Heavy ribbed, fast dye. ffi Prices 40C up to I "C CHILDREN'S FidB lisle, while and fanr.'cs. Per pair "yg f DC PA OUC Easter Blouses and ShirtWaists It's Impossible to attempt to describe the many different slyles shown here for Easter trade. It's (lie most elaljoralo and extensive showing of blouses wo have ever made. Tlicro la a style utiii color for every woman of reiinemeiit anil at prices you will say aro moderate: Silks and Georgettes to Hnbutat and Pongee to French to A New Corset with the New Suit or Gown The corse! Is most important that it should fit you pcrfeclly, and comCo.rtn.blp. and glvo tho desired cflccl. LA CAMILLE rront-lacing Corsels should be your first choicer, America's most popular corset for particular people. Thoy corns !s different lengths in styles for slender, medium anil stoul figures. Priced at up to The Simpson Co., Limited ;