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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETHBIVhKrk DAILY'-HEPAU> the Itvited into the office presented with a coltee Delator and a casserole toxanto borne cooking. Mrs; Ciirrle made- the presentation, in behaU of Mr. and Mrs. Parka' associates, and H. B. bta feilci- Journal, Mr. Partis waa formerly connected with Uthbrldge Herald. i. t 4 which is bjiag held in KEOX PERSONAL b the tunt at Crate, 8th 8t the of Mrs. Mrjs.'-Andrtjw filler, of Mirror, for- merly of Lethbr.'dge, la visiting wlth'Mtss A. Tillcy, 13th St.- S. Mlfs D. ll.'Glayter leaves on Thurg- tlay 'to spend the Easter holidays 'in li MrSi'Graco iind little- t-r this afternoon for a vacatioa to Vancouver; and jf: Mrs. H.'K. Bell and family >vo '.tomorrow for Belmont, Mini- pbi. where Mr. Bell will rship of the Bank of Mont- real. a '3: J. 1'ollard. of McNIcol. of High .who in utloiiillng the Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear Mr. Jack who has serving overseas with ihe forces in franco aii'l returned to tbo city and has resumed his former post tlon with Alberta Company. J Mrs.'Brymner and "Hn. iloQUMB, or and Mre. McCallam, ot New Dayton, are. the of Charles McXlllop, daring the mlstkm- ary convention The many frleodg of little Joseph Maughan will pleated to: hear teat ho la progressing favorably. Dr.' (Capt.j and Mrs. A. WaUon and family left yesterday for Ottawa. Mrs Watson and children will leave for months' former's Thomas Hocking, bf'Magralh is spending a fewVdajrs In Calgary tho of her Bisters Thomas Leslie Parks and- Miss" -Elizabeth Pritchard, both employees ffol lh Mr. and Mrs. Charles ICttl tutor- lalned a number of their friends on Monday etinlin at their residence, 7th St. A, South. Muiical num- Mn enjoyed as well dancing, ud dainty refreshments were lerred v AND SOCIETIES. on Tuesday when they slipped qutclly and were married. Oaa good I surprise deserves another, so the of- ficers and employees of the firm had their turn on Thursday morning, when for this Wednesday will find the displays well worth a personal to-Wear Depl. we are exclusive models in Skirts and Waists. dies of the HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Those Who Directed Fairs in Past Want to Start Again in Small Way Collection Nursing Mis Matons and Eastern Star members are reminded of the dance on Esster Monday, April 6tb. No tickets avail able after Friday. April 2nd.-' Secure them Immediately from your score tary, or :the Masonic on Fri- day, from 2 to 5 o'clock. Members of Mapla Leaf Chapter, No. 7, O. E. S., who havo not received colors of the order for the dance.on April 5th can secure same by apply- ing to Sisters Long or Gibson at Ihe Mr.tonlc ball on from 2 to 5 o'clock. The Kulghts of Pythias annual dance which will be held tonight in the K. of P. hall promises Jo be a grand success, and everyone aUendlng is assured a good lime. Thcro will be street cars provided. Do not forget your invitation. The music department of the "Ma Mrs. Cope. Gth Ave., tomorrow Evening at 8 o'clock sharp. A Court een-plece orchestra will ren- der sacred music at the concert in the Majestic theatre' on Easter Sunday evening. Considerable' time and effort has been expended by Knc-x choir' in endeavor ti lime oratoi of Christ." This Is probably the greatest work of this modern French composer and .will, well repay your patronage on Good Friday. The Wesley choir is reminded 'of the rehearsal ibnight at a. As far as tbo Herald can Elzo It the popular opinion Is that a fair should be held ID the city. !t Is also felt that If.Ihe Agricultural Society (ices not intend to move in the matter it should step but. relinquish control of the buildings In the exhibition grounds and give another liody lha freedom to plan for a fair In Lethbrldge this sea- son. The Herald this morning called up one or two members of tba old Fair Iloard :who were Instrumental In got- Ung the fairs' la the city going some years ago. The opinion held by theso gentlemen was nnanimout that a fair should be held this year and they also DUTCH SOCIAL NEWS v AMERONOEN, March As- sociated Duchess of Brunswick, formerly Princess Victoria Louise ot HohenzoHfcrn. ttccoicpanled by tier husband, the Duke of Bruns- wick, arrived it Amerongsn late Mon- day to spend with her father and mother, the former German em- peror and empress. expressed themselves as The Store .of Quality Groceries DECIDE NOW TO TRADE WITH US IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY DOING 8O. WE WILL LEAVE NOTHING UNDONE TO MAKE YOU ONE OF OUR SATISFIED CUSTOM ER8. BAKING POWDER Dr. Price's 12 oz. tin, each.. 45c Dr. Price's 2K lh. tin, each tl.SO Eggo Brand, 12 oz. ____ 27 c Eggo Brand, Ib. tla 85- Brand, 5 Ib. tin j Magic Brand, 12 oz. tlu 3Jc Magic Brand, zy. Ib. tin 93c Magic Brand, 5 10. tin TEA Bay N'o. 1, 1 Ib. 75e Lovers of Ihe Given Opportunity to Sec Some of World's Best lli. take a bond In getting It going. Lethbringe Kieatre.-rtiers daring willing to' April will ba accorded a series of at- tractions which will eclipse any form- Mr. William Oliver that er records In the way ot attraction a fair should be held on a small established by the Majestic theatro. at all events, on agricultural lines. I Manager Len S. Brown lias receiv- Profltllng by Ihe ciample of recent ed his boo-c'ngs for the month from fairs held in tlio city, he believed that the Trans-Canada Theatres Limited IU-would ba a big mistake to launch booking offices, and Is thereby able put Into anything on an eiiravacant make a definite announcement con- scale. A fair- on the old the lines Is Khe attractions which will what should be hold with the object Vf6't the Majestic during the mouth 'of of building up He would be only too j Appended to the list aro a willing to giro his Interest and to take number of at tractions which will bo a hand to set such fair going. Eeen here later on- Major Burnett the nee- 'Tbe famous all-star aggregation which recently broke the "one iilglil stand" record at the Ma wards reviving the policy of an Hudson's packet Hudson's Bay No.- packet..................65c BIuo lUbbon Ten, 1 Ib. pkt 72 e Upton's, 7oe and 80o Salada, 1 Ib- packet Braid's 1 Ib. packet'.'...... 75c COFFEE Seal Brand, 1 tin Nabob Brand, 1 Ib. tin.....70c' WeildlnK Breikfaat, 1 Ib'. tin Kf Urald's Best, tin 75c Seedless and Seeds-l, per packet 20c and 25e SAUCE Lea Pcrrliis, and 85c COCOA Cocoa. Fry's 14 Ibi tin Cccoa, Cowan's Ib. tin Cocoa. Baker's Ib. tin SODA BISCUITS Christies, in tins, each North West in packets Paulin's in packets 30o 2fc 30c 70e We 40c LAUNDRY SOAP! Hoyal Crown, pic 40e Gold and Sunljght, 4 fov'.. Falrbank'o" Family, pcr'cak'e 'We" BREAKFAST FOOD'.; Grape Nuts', 2 packets for 3Sc" Kellog's Corn 4 for S5c Krickte Corn Flakes, 5 fdrlSSc Post Toastles, 4 Dust" ''3 packets, each V.'.'.'.Ar'JJK'-; d .Dutch' Cleaijerli'per tin u, 4 packets for CATSbP Old. Lu: Libby'f. Blue .Label, "bottle Del Moclo; of the resources in that they cost so events such as slaged as company will be again seen part of the fair, ran aivay with a lot here nclt Tuesdar'. There Is already a record demand