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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHCII II. 11KJI I MILADI THE TRUTH I liavc ceased lo break my w.ings Ayalnst the faultiness of tninns, And learned mat compromises llchind hardly opened gate, When I can look lite In eyes, Orown culm uncl very coldly wise, Life will have given me the truth, And taken in my youth. Teasdala. A SOCIAL EVENTS s- Mrs. .Arthur Itarnsley was a hostess j at (he tea-hour yesterday afternoon, j Miss Lorna Simpson enlcrtnlned a number of friends yrc-.torday afternoon in honor of Miss Calgary, who is her guesi. I On the eve of their departure for Lethbridge. Sir. Francis was presented with A Sharp." and Francis with a cut Ice cream; Mrs. n. A. Taylor, C3S. lltb St. S., will not receive tomorrow. 4 .Mrs. W. Allison. 428 Mill St. S., wilt not receive tomorrow. PERSONALS -I- -X Mrs. V. Reynolds and daughter Mildred ot Claresholm, are visitors in the city. platter, accompanied by a note of ap- preciation and esteem by the local staff of the Bank ot cine Hat News. A great many guests enjoyed tiie biiapie.allty of .Miss Bawden. who was It Home to a large number of friends i-l tho tea-hour yesterday afternoon., IJttle Miss Betty Wright made an at- j tractlre Upo.r' attendant, admitting tho guo'sts to tlio rooms, which were very spring-like with the addition of daf-1 fodlts. Miss ftawden was assisted in receiving by .Miss L. Bnwden. Miss Tilley invited to the ten-room where the tea-table, which was artistically ucntrod with lovely tulips in palest pink, was presided over by Mrs. Corn M. Barrow and Mm. B. A. Taylor. As- sisting in serving were Miss Ashton. Miss Buchanan, Miss A. Buwden and Miss Helen Rawden. Mrs. ljixiger, of Lethbri Ige, and i daughter, Mrs. I5-. Hogge. of Dclbourne, have been visiting in Calgary, left. 'last night for Okotoks. where they Great credit is due all those who will be the guests of Mr. and 51rs. .1. in any way assisted m arranging for nonce Albertan the dance held m the Masonic hall last Hoggc. Moinmg Aiueitan. evenlng ny the members of Dominion Mrs. Quinn returned this morning ,o her home at Milk River after spend- ing a lew days with her daughter, Mrs. Uennkah Lodge No. 41. The hall was artistically decorated in the lodge colors of pink and- green, and was i K. Ilunck. "Miss E. Suggitt of Calgary, is siK-ml- ing the Easter holidays at her homo in C'oaldale. pronounced by many the daintiest j seen for some time. The floor was in I excellent shape and the music was j supplied by the Blue Biru orchestra. j About 125 'couples danced gaily. The I committees spared no efforts that j Mr. T. Underwooil. formerly of this every one might have a good time and city, lias taknn a posllion in the land office at Swift Current, where the fam- jiy wiil soon remove from their pro sent home the comments of appreciation were heard on all sides. During the even "Ing it wns.announced that the Lodge would Mr and Mrs. W. L. Cable, whose applause ami many are looking for- marriage took place recently at Win- ward nipeg, have arrived In the city MILAD! ON PAQE 11 are residing nt the Hull Block. i Miss L, ive White of Cmnuroolf, has i woman 'cari Wiy her complexion, j returned to her home after spending hor bor figure, even the lustr.i the -Easter holidays with Miss Davina Sang. i Spring's Latest Word in Merchandise at Lowest Prices Accessories for the new season's apparel radiate from every department in this great store at re-adjustment prices. New Price Notes Sounded in .the Staple Section STRIPED TURKISH TOWELLING Another line of. exceptional value. Strong towelling, fawn gronnd with red or blue stripe; 15 and IT inches wide. Good dryers. 39c, 49c, 59c COLORED TURKISH TOWELS, pair Colored Turkish Towels good thk'.k nap, a good towel for kil'.-lvMi Kxtra value at. pair 72-iri WHITE SHEETING 65c Uiiuil st'Ml quality White Cotuui Shci-i- lim at an Ueui price. did wnarii'.i: ipmlity. 72 inches wide. Yanl PILLOW CASES, each 5Sc These eases come in -HI. 42 and 4-1 inch widths. A useful Klip for uviM-yday wear and tear. Splendid value at. each.......................... WHITE BEDSPREADS Good quality White Bedspreads, soil finish, ensurini: easy laundering; tiOxSO. A rnmarllubly good buv inspei- tlon. Infants' Dresses and Skirts, 6 mos. to 3 yrs. Prices to MEN'S AND BOTSDEPARTMEIT OFFER MANY GOOD VALUES FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY HEAD DRESS FOR MEN AND BOYS MEN'S PELT HATS FOR SPRING In all the new shapes and colors; made by J. n. Stetson, King and Buckley. A ranges'ut sizes. M'EN'S TWEED HATS FOR SPRING .Alade from pure wool Donegal Tweeus. Spring price, LADIES' SILK DRESSES We are showing a complete line of beautiful silk dresses in all the new materials and new creations'in style. Canton crep- es, kitten's ear crepe and taffe- tas, georgettes and crepe dt chines. Sizes 34 to 44. T0 LADIES' SERGE DRESSES We have a new shipment of serge dresses. Beautifully beaded and embroidered in different styles. Botany serge, sizes 34 to 42. Don't miss these. Prices- T0 LADIES' SPORT COATS A new shipment of Sport Coats in the all wool polo cloth in the plain shades and heather mixtures, wool velpurs. Don't miss seeing these sport coats at the purchasing. Prices-J19.5Q TO Meriting In most complete manner the needs ot Canada's music loving people, the HEINTZMAN CO. UPRIGHT PIANO, In fumed oak or mahog- any casn, is a genera! favorite from tlio Atlantic lo the Pacific. It is the piano mnsio-lovors have longed for because of its beauti- ful tone. Call or write for particulars, "r OLD FIRME HEINTZMAN CO., Limited. Home of the Victrola and Victor' Records. 403 Fifth St. S., Lethbrldgi. PHONE 582. ITHE FOULARD DRESS is AGAIN IN STYLE j Many unarming modes are evolved! from foulards. This dress of foulard reveals the effective use of ribbon us a trimming. The ground is a brain- tif'll shade of rose, and it is patterned in small designs in navy blue. The collar is made of navy blue ribbon, which is also to outline, tlio front and horn of the skirt. The lat- ter is irregular in .length, whicdi Is one of the distinctive features in tlio new frocks. The belt is a piece of i navy moire ribbon. Navy ribbon in' plain weave is tor the jaunty hat that gives a dashing finish to tills gown. DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL "WHERE DO MOSQUITOS GO IN THE WINTtR GENNETT RECORD NO. 517. See list of new GENNETT Rce ords in today's paper. Come in and hear them. ASSINlflOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 Oth St. S. Phon< 154S. LOUNGE SHIRTS Men's Lounge Shirts made frcm wool taffeta silka. prinls and :vnliyra. All washlllB colon-.. Size U lo I'-i; full size. French double cnfC. SprinK -Wool Taffetas.. to to Prints.....'. to Silks PURE SILK SOX FOR MEN Men's Rirc Silk .11 of smoke, listht grey, hrmvn. niu'y. white- and black; size lo 1 and toe. Two MISSES' CORSETS Front Lacing Corsets, specially designed for misses' and small wo- men. Made from pink and white collt.ll. ly boned with runt-proof lioning. Low top and four strong hoee sup- porters. CHILDREN'S BEAUTY; WAISTS LiUle Beauty Walits. made Irotn light weight coutil .with reinforced Sin- es 2 to K years. PLAIN AND COLORED KIMONAS Ladies' kimonis of Cotton Japanese Crepe, hand embroidered in pretty con- trasting shades. Plain cropes and fancy floral crepes. Made up in different styles. Sizes 31 to 41. BOYS' HATS AND CAPS An aCHortmi-nt of straw, tweed and skull caps for boys i" plain styles. Just tiie cluar wlluck for lira llttlo gents. 75cT0 Spring Footwear Decidedly Attractive in Every MEN'S COTTON NIGHT GOWNS Made from beautiful .'mporl.cil cotton. with nr without collar. Sizes 15 and !'i only. While they BOYS' SHIRf WAISTS Uoys' shin in dark yiil ainh light slripci! prints. Bpon -ir ntck. I-'ast colors, i LADIES' STREET OXFORDS The smartest styles you'll lind in dur- able street oxfords in Havana brown, patent and black kill leathers. At LADIES' STRAP SLIPPERS These arc biR sellers Ibis spring and popular. Look over the. several styles just arrived. THE NEWEST PUMPS You will be Rren.lly taken with these new pumps of black anil brown kid, and patent leather in Hie III-Kront and Strap A Pencil Box for the A pencil box wall be given away free with every pur- chase of children's shoes. LADIES'SMART BOOTS FOR SPRING for Brerydny wear and a wilklng sboe, these will stand up well and give the boat ot satisfaction. Yon can have them in Havana brown and black kid leathers with medium, Cuban and Louis GROCERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dollars Saved by Making Your Purchases at "The Bay" rlraiw Friia. 2 Bananas, per Ib........................ Kepclte. in tins Chocolates, assorted Hudson Buy. per Ib. Potatoes, per sac GOc 65c Itolled Oats, S IhK New Uiifl per tlazoii Ikictm. side, sliu per li) Bacon, PeaiiH'JiIi'') per Ib......... FRESH LETTUCE, CF.LERY.'RHUBARB. FRESH DAILY. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY 35c 30c ,70c 70c Hac-on. Ayrshire, per Jb.............. (Untune. Royal Oxford. per 11) humous. 55c 40c 30c 30c 550 55c Krosli Roasted Coffee, Hudson's Uay Kround, per Try our Special Blend Tea, regular 75c. Friday and Saturday, porlb Struwberry, Raspberry and Black Car- runt, Jams, Empress or King dj1! A A Bench, per 4 Ib. 1 PHONES ;