Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. MAY C. 1920 THE LEriTBHIDGE DAtlVJ PAGE THIRTEEN be congratulated upon the excellent appointments and the success attend- ihe recital given by Hiss Siegel In this club ore asked to giro their names i the. national met re-, to the secretary. D, Holt, phono E6S or'cently in Ottawa. 555, as soon as possible in order that; .Mrs. Craig moved a vote of tLanfcs the committee tn charge at tho grounds' to Mrs. was seconded may ba able to provide as many courts I by Mra.-. Stafford, she was pre- subecrlbed membership war- sented with, V b6uo.uct of roses. as the subscribed membership rants. The Individual fee will'be ?2 for ladles and gentlemen. The King's Own. Class of Knoi church wlir meet'at the home of Mrs. W. IX Hamilton; 301 7th-Ave: South, Friday evening at 7 The Lidles'.Auillfary to the GAT.V. A. meets In the- club Tooms tonight. All members asked tp bo, present The tbs' by BriMighall, at Grace j Church OT the Hill. Toronto, of beth daujWer of Mr.- ana The annual meeting of the Nursing! Mrs. Bttwln'Newtqii May, to Mr, Perol- Mission was held In the Y.M.C.A. Monday, a.fterricp.n...; A large attend, -interested womcu enthusiasti- cally "greeted the reports of the year's triumph In a which will be published 'detail later (his week. The appoint- careen already'distinct wittt oulstand- meat of officers for the ensuing year successes.--In voice, facial eipres-' took place with the following resulj: slon and Illustrative actlon'MIss SIcgel President, Mrs. A. D. Stafford; vice- v v v v showed herself In striking possession pre'sldeat, Sirs. John U. Robertson; j Of all tho arts of tho practical enter- secretary, Miss Bawden; Mrs. H. Graham; convenor of coilec- Ms mother: "It I hod all tho mothers tions, Jfrs. R. 'A. Smith. G.: W, Leech; 620 illh Street South, receive .tomorrow. V Mrs. J. P. Simpson, 636 llth' Street South, will not receive tomorrow. Sir, nud Mre. T. W. Crofta were tho guests of. Mr, and Mrs. Gcorga Kcrr, 6th'Avenue, j-f -Mr, B. C. S..'Frecmaii, formerly of the Bank-of Alexan- der, Man., lias''arrived'in the city to assumo duties In the local office. .Mrs. R. Frache underwent a very the homo of Mrs. Charlos McClena- the annual lag day for the Biby Wei- serious operation in the Van 604 12th Street South, wore, cllnlc connection with the hospital this morning.- thronged.with guests yesterday after- Nursing Mission, which will bo held noon when Mrs. McCIenaghan received Saturday, May 15th. ...___ younger-son of the Hofl.' R. A. Mulhollaod and Mre. Port' Hope. Out, 4 MOTHERS' DAY, MAY 9TH Bill is Introduced in Dominion by A. B. of Kent OTTAWA, May Canadian bill.to provide for the stan- dardization of parts of agricultural machinery was, introduced in. the house this afternoon by A. C. McColg ot Kent county. Mr. McColg said the bill .provided for standardization ol eome of the interchangeable partE This bo done without grea expense'to manufacturers and woul peal before the judicial commlttee_ of tho privy council, according to an n'ouafe'ni'ent; m'ade today' oy Jsuiies Law.'secrelary'ot the defense commit- tee. Mr, stated, will proceed with, the appeal' I over saw, have h3 to. choose from, 1 would Ing that the mtnufactur. you" crs of farm Implements had not .treat- fe "How mucb Vowe to I !l the Y.M.C.A.'Friday, April 30th most of tho eiecutlvo present. Final arrangements were .made for In the Scriptures, and above all taught wuo me conBinerauon oua. -i me to reverence them-as arseBt-matter, was ing all thought and ordinary conduct." a meeting Mrs. J. C. Cooper and Children of'.for the first time slnco. her return N'ectar, II. C.. are vlclllng friends In from tho east. wore In tho city. Tho amount collected last year was_ Don't forget to send a letter to j colonization com- asVind it much Th8 tl'rcat two weeks ago to lo a mother's heart. Let her cyes I the matter up on the floor of the shine with bappiiess on Sunday mor-! "ouse was also toado good today, ning through i your remembrance of Mr. K. J. Dinning was a visitor la Noblcford yesterday. Miss Kate Rcbar left this afternoon tho largest recorded for any tag day, her'either by lelter, flowers or pres- vited to tho tea room by Mrs. David but it IB hoped to have a larger amount! Donald, where the daintily appointed this year, as the doctors havo asked I for Calgary, where she will enter McClcnaghau attended Ihe door. training In the Holy Cross hospital. HOPS Lelhbridge. of Calgary, form- erly of this city, has left for Battle- ford, where h'c 'will-.be stationed for an 'Indefinite time. Mre. A. McCon-io left this afternoon for'Tauet, where sho will visit friends for a few days, before proceeding lo her homo in Maple Creek. tea..table was presided over by Mes- that tho milk station remain opeu tho A dames Murray, Denbon and McKlllop. whole year, instead of .j. Mcsdames McKencle, Cops fend Gibson as formerly. Then tho Council would assisted in sorvirij while iiiiie committee of five being appointed to draft a resolution which will be de- i hated by parliament and which seeks to compel the'manufacturers to stan- dardize certain small parts of the ma- chinery. Jean lifco to have supervised play grounds, one on tbo south and ode on the.nojrUi side, during July and August, if they Invitations are being prepared tor a have sufficient funds Rotary dance lo bei given In the Ma-; The eiccutive was authorized to next0 May I2tb after all details In regard to tho MRS. HENRY MARSHALL FIES.D MARRIED ff May Nancy Perkins Field, widow of Henry Marshall Field lecture of Mrs. Ralph Smith, M.L-.A. of Chicago, was married today to Ar of British Columbia, who will make Ihur Hbtoald Lambert Field 11 h''T flrat in this .city at an bride'.jwho is'ajiilece of Lady Astor, it 11- ni .1 r SP" early date. As sho is considered ono away by Viscount Aslor. port from tie ladies of the city. In tha of the nlost Mr.iTrcs Is a son of Lady neatly, wife tea room of the. Hudson s Bay n" store. aftcrnoan of-evcry day this week. The Sir Atc-iander Gait Chapter, T. O." D. E., are" receiving lie city. In tha of the'niost in Canada today, tho public may an-1 of Admiral Viscount Boatty by a for- rea-wlll-be served during the an interesting and enjoyable and a cousin by mar- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 'SOCIAL -The dance sivcn in the- Masonic Hall by the officers and mem- bers' of the Sheklnati Chapter No. 4. H.A.M., G.R.A., was a most delightful the home of Mrs. Cope, 1206 6th Ave. affair. The which was most ar- 1 South. AH members of this 'depart- The music department of the Mathe- sls Club rheeis tonight at 8 o'clock at tistlcaHy decorated :with lestopns lieiinants intervals and dee- prated -with palms and polled plants, presented a very gay appearance. A splendid program was'- rendered by Dunnlng's orchestra, "Who .Tvero iinllr- ing In their efforts to please the danc- ers. The committee in charge are' to nienl are urged to be present X j The South Fide Tennis Clnb of St. 'AugustlijVchiirch Jhas' re'-organlzed for the summer. Courts on 7th Are. South and Illh Street arid 4th Avenue evening. A lettergram was sent Mr. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., him to use bis influence to see that oloa-' margarine continued to'be Imiiorted; Into Canada for a period than August 1920. Thc> voters' list-is at .the Mr. Field died In following an opera- IN IGNORANCE OTTAWA, May; Sir George Fos- -in reply-. mber of questions hall and It was minted as .ther' asked in the iouje uy Col. C. W. Peck, revision of this" list would take place V.C., with this month, It 'was necessary -that grain Will Mean Additional 000 for Saskatchewan Par- ticipation Certificates REGINA, Sask., May wheat participation certificates now estimat- ed iiy the chairman of the Canadian Wheat Board at _at least 40 cents n b.ushel, Saskatchewan wheat growers stand io receive approximately lo the Winnipeg for last year's crop over and _____ ._ .__ _____ry ;tliat grain tho alleged com-j above; the Initial payment made to every woman who '.was; eligible should bine of vessel brokers, said thfi qucs- them.by the board. At one time there sco that her name-was placed fbri the lions referred 'jto matters entirely was widespread talk among the form- list. The president-'bl each' ElBliatpd within the coniBetence of the aon-gov-1 ere that when the crop was finally society was urged to bring this lo the, ernmenial agencies and agents there-1 marketed and the checks cashed in, attention of'every member. in mentioned, with Iho organization I they would not bring more than 10 Mrs. O. C- Edwards, of Maclebd.laud operation of which the govern-1 cents a bushel and to those who held 'will ho for playing-then addressed the meeting, giving a' ment his nothing to do and of which j this opinion, out o! the immediately. Persons desiring to join'report of somji of the work covered by it has records." will look like found money. "Pass it Learn to say it .....then, but two times and more at every meal. -The liberal eating of good brearJ will help you store up strength and vitality. For real nutritive ca'n take the place of a quality loai of the staff of life. Hie very best fiour nnd other incrwiicritj the offcn EO into the mating cf our bread. You can buy t with confidence and the assurance that your money buys raai- mum food value at a minimum Eat Quaker Bread John Gilmore Bakers-Phone378 Corsets We may not bo able to do this for Jong time again. -These arc corsets that woro bought many months ago, but we bc- llevo in sharing good things with our cus- tomers. A good range ot alzos, worth to J2.26. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH 1.00 Silk Sweaters and Capes five garments In tho lot. They are flno' fancy silk sweaters and capes, Tbosu sold as bigh as each. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH 8.00 No Exchanges, No Refunds on Specials, STAPLE VALUES AT WANTED PRICES MEN'S TIES Mo'n's Striped TJe in fine smooth weave aod assorted1 colors. These slip easy through tbo collars' and wear well. Worth now. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH PILLOW COTTON 300 yards ot Bleached Circular Pillow Cotton that Is the wonder value of the clly. It is fine oven weave and for ordinary uso it Is a wonder. U is worth 65c yard. WEEK-END SPECIAL, YARD LADIES'WHITE HOSE Ladles' Fino While Cotton Hoso, made ribbed top which gives added wear. These are tho last of a. fast celling Hne for final clearance. Worlh In regular way 80c lo U.OO. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH TOWELS A big bargain In heavy largo natural colored bath towclp. Theso nre worlh a lot more since wo jiurchased. They would sell an high as pair. WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR WE HAVE JUST PLACED IN STOCK A HUGE ASSORTMENT OF SOME VERY EXCLUSIVE ADVANCE STYLES IN BLOUSES. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY MEN'S BALBRIGGAN UNDER- WEAR .Men's fine ualural colortd Balbrlggan Underwear in shirts and drawers. Well made- garments and well finished. If wo bought this would sell for J1.25 garnicinL WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH 75 SILK HOSE Silk Boot Hose in sand shade only. These are an odd lot, just what Is Ufl from a big shipment of popular sellers. Worlh pair. WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR .60 WHITE MADAPOLAM 400 yards In tho lot, nnd It Is a fall yard wide, and absolutely free from dress- ing or filling. This la worth We yard today. WEEK-END SPECIAL, YARD .25 SHEETING of Dlcacliad Cotton Sheeting In full double bed width. Tills is a real snap when you consider Hie price ot shoot- tnday. It Is worth 50C yard. ;-END SPECIAL, YARD .70 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Men's Fino Dress Shirts made from flno cambric In plain and fancy stripes. Not all sizes as our stock has been running down as we are furnishings. Values up to WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH DRESS GOODS Here is a real big dress goods special Tor live choppers who require dress goods for ehildren'a wear or fabrics suitable for ladles' skirts and dresses as well. Values HP to }S.OO yard. WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR 1.75 CHILDREN'S COVERALLS Just tho thing for the kiddies for play and school wear. It will savo their clothing and help you over times like these. They are worth J1.75 Bull, Sizes 1 to 7. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH 1 JU BLACK COTTON HOSE 300 pairs of Ladles' Ulnck Cotton Hose in all sizes. Full fashioned and well made. We aro noted for our prices on hosiery. Worth 60c pair. WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR .35 Correct Dress "for Women SUIT An event of tils kind could not be more timely. Just as the weather turns so one can use these garments It makes possible these unusual savings and at tho samo time al- lows :a full season's wear for those >who make purchases during tho sale. EVERY GARMENT IS ABSpLUTELY NEW Aurt what is still more Interesting there is a wide variety of new style mode-Is, now colors, plenty of sizes. These garments aro models ot style, for they embody all the latest stylo tendencies developed of charm- ing fabrics of suitable weight. EVERY SUIT REDUCED Regular ?40.00 Suits, nn Aft for 06.UU Regular Suits, t i for (or Regular Suits, An 'iO.UU tor K6-. 60.00 Regular Suits, Co OO.UU Regular J95.00 Sulla, nc An Regular Sulls, nn CA Regular Pulls, Aft Qfl NEW WASH SKIRTS IN GABARDINE, CREAM SERGE, WHITE AND PINK WASH SATIN, CORRECT AND STYLISH MODELS. Ask to See Them.