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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 4; 1920 THE LFTHBRIDGE DAIW--'HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN HOSTESSES TOMORROW V Jlrs. Chariea McCtenajhan, 604 i'sth St. S. have been secured for tho occasion, vhlch fact !n itself should assure argo crowd. Mrs. T. M. Sioebotham will not' re- ceive, Wednesday. Mrs.- Ernest RQSO, C37 Cth St., will not receive (omorrow. i_-, Mr. George Italoy, o? the Geodetic Surrey-, 'Ottawa, Is lii the- city visiting CHURCHES AND' SOCIETIES The regular monthly meeting of (ha Slkpkotoki. Chapter, '1 0. D. E. will be he'd Ibis evening In ifco Y. SI. c A. at S o'clock sharp. The. 'meeting1 ot his jiarents. Mrs.' A. C. Choquetto- 'spent the week-cftd In Medicine: Ilat. who h: been-attendlag the. University of A! has returned homo for the sum mer. V'. Among those learics for.Englani last litght R. .Ashcroft and son and Mrs.-John Cooper and son Cordon. They -will be absent from ,tho city for several'months. Mr.'V. TurooUe.yos a business vis- itor to.Calgary yeEterday.'-, v M. accompanied by her son Ronald, and left yesterday'- for, Scotland. -i: Miss Dorothy Church, who has been art course'mjChlcaeo, baa', arriTed.'home to spend the 'summer holWnsS with her parents. ty -f z- v the Wepley, ladles' Aid Wednesday. iV- 3 'p.m. id the ladies' parlor, the hostesses being Sirs. Whid- dington End Mrs. 'v v i Tlio'A. V. P. A.' aro 'giving a soda! on Thursday evening at S o'clock in St. -Ausustln's hall, In honor of two their -members who are tearing the city shortly. All pro re- "quested to special effort to at- f pud tend. -WEODINGS ze. in Ciraco thurch; -Wcanesd'ay, April 28, when Kev: Aj D.' lleid united 1n raarriago. QIlss Anne- 'Beatrlco 'Hay- Ti-ard, daughter of Jas. Hayw-art, of (h is .city, and: Mr. Harry Meiiiles, -Vancdu'fer. who was given .avray by her wore a Dlno tfaveliing suit opening over a wuito georgette blouse, and .bluo hat wilti touches of and b'ouijuet 6i .Ophelia Jjisi rstella'i Brown, maid H Canada. High River, and daughter of Mrs. EHeii T. Hanna, 213 Underwood Apartments, was married to -Mr. 'Douglas Stepheu Wadleisb. The bride.'who was given away by SJr. W. B. Peterson, wore her travelling suit of navy gabardine with corsage ot roses and hat ot pint and Only the immediate relatives of'the family were present. After tho ceremony [he wedding parly returned to tie Palllser hotel where dinner was laid for. eight The table was daintily de- corated with pink and white carna- tions and''was centred by the bride- cake." Mr. and Mrs. Wadlelgh ioft on the midnight train Edmonton for a'short trip through the Rockies. On their return they will reside at Pa! oier, Bask., where Mr. Wadlelgh !s manager of the Union Bank o! Can- Hirer Times, April 29. A wedding of moru than ordinary social interest took place.recently at St. Saviours, church, Kelson, when Miss Ursula Hintou became the bride E. C. Wrasse, of the legal firm ot Hamilton fc Wragge. The Hon. Ivy Lorna only of ...Lord .St.- Vincent of Bnglind, 'was ttarried Dr. W, Laur- Park-avenue, Now York, on. Wednesday evening in St. Thomas' .church. Lord; Vincent gave 'his daughter in marriage. The bride had 'no attendants. -Aubrey, Whittemore was best man for his brother. Leonard Wookey of Toronto sans diirfag the service. Tho engage- ment of vo sure ftaro some nice ones. Such good inakis.'as King, Freld and Stetson In all He'-' U-BW styles. Priced from to Half-day Specials from tbe Dry Goods Department PILLOWSLIPS In a good medium quality. 42 inch size. Worth pair. Wednesday Bargain Price, pair........................... UuC WHITErSNOWFLAKE VOILES Only one piece to sell. <0 inchts Worth about yard. Wednesday Oflr Bargain Price, yard.............. WASH SATINS 36 indies wide. In every shade. No -white. .Very, fine value at 52.25 yard. Wed- .-1 OQ Besday Special, yard .'.liOtf LADIES' HOSIERY A big rango of Ladies' Mercerized Lisle Hose in black, while and' brown. Sizes 8% to 10. Se.Hs regularly at 65c and 7oc pair and worth more. Wednesday Bargain. CO- Price, pair......................... 33C A Few of Cur Anni- versary Sale Specials MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR, COMBINATIONS .In sood strong lisle thread, long sleeves and ankle length. Regular value ?2.15 suit. Sale, Suit BOYS' BLOUSES in nice neat stripe. Good strong galafea. Will wear and wash well. Regular -f 11.90 for 1.5U WORKMEN'S SOCKS Good heavy quality, fast black cotUm .hpse; Blso.sood UKKliym-vrA'sht srcy.uiiiun socks In excellent quality. Regular 50c pair. Special, 3 pairs for A Real Bargain in Serge Suitnblo for Children's Dresses. Comes in shades of navy, dark red, browli and Russian green. Tills should not ho miss- ed. It Is 36 vinchea wido and -will wear Worth yard. WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL PRICE per yd. FINE VOILES !n choice Oeslgns. We shall put out a epecJal table on Wednesday morning with a fino assortment of our best numbers In Printed Voiles. Regular valuo to For Wednesday morning only, 1 1 ft GREAT GINGHAM SNAP 400 yards, plain chambrays. Fine check Ginghams and Plaid Ginghams. Tfceso arc all of the best make, and will not last long al this price. Wednesday Bargahr Price, yard OlC FLOWERED AND PLAID VOILES AND MUSLINS Kiln special bargain. About 27 Inches wWo. In six designs. Worth <9c yard, ftrj SV'cdneaday Bargain, yard MUSIC CASES FOUR ONLY TO CLEAR Regular for Regular WEDNESDAY MORWNG ONLY gular 1 f l. Specials in Chinaware fof Wednesday Morning CUPS AND SAUCERS Coalport, C. and S. .Regular for............................i. Coalport C. and S. Regular Ayresloy's C. and S. Regular 15.50, 3.95 Royal Doulfon C. and 5. Regular n rtg L.Lj See them and you will bo convinced. Exceptionally Good; Values in Wilton Rugs Wilton Rugs Wflton Rugs Wilton Rugs Wilton Rugs 9x9 Wflton Rugs 9xlOy2 Wilton Rugs 9x12 Wiiton Rugs GROCERY DEPT. 19c CANNED MILS Carnation, Brand, baby size, per in tin............................., lUC Per dozen.......................... 95o Carnation Brand, tall size, per tin............................ Per dozen........................ St. Charles's Milk, family size, -J c pur tin................i..'.........J.OC St. aiaries' hotel size, Off per yOC Eagle Brand Milk, 2 tins pp for.............................. 3DC HUDSON'S BAY TEA No. I Blend, per Ib. 75c No. 2 Blend, per Ib....... Special Blend, per Ib, (JOc PHONES 313 and 1513 JHE FIRM FOR SERVICE 'V ;