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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY THE LETKBRHX5E DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN I Tlio circitlalloii Is at present thirty 1 Al? books, all rccojuizecl importance. I" Tliaso books arc lufi for three months a supply. Two machiues-havo been purchased to aid the work ot tho sewing class hold on Monday evening aud (or the uso ol the school pupils. Quo machine Is for tho practical uso lit beginners and tho other Is a new one. On Tuesday evening adults enjoy PERSONAL 0 Miss Eva wuo for the past feven years has been ou the staff of tho Royal Hank here, has her connection with that institution and will leave shortly for tier homo iu Mrs. Morrison; who lias been spend- ing tho.past two months with her daughter, Mrs. Dsfoc, has returned to her home ill Edmonton. -Miss Jessie Shoad.-of Union Bank staff, High. Rlvc-r, is af.present a patient lu-Gaji Flospital. V Mrs J n Co.siigau of Hie guest of Muckleston: ;.-r. Judge Jackson w4s a -visitor, in Taber on Kridaj' Miss J Sljead of Blairmoro.is spenu- iug -i hollda; with friends iji'tbe cily. 4 O l lllgfnbotham returned-.lo- dinonton, having attended the cxcrclfies at Al- berta JIfs. H. Tl.-Maxwell is entertaining Mr J day from Edinonlon, as her end gueet, Mrs. R. Don- ald of Taber. J Hr. F. Lo Marine! raturncd to his home In Spokane this morning, Mr. and iirs. '6. N. Skouson have taken up residence in Raymond. SOCIAL m-inr rnrJlifii urn t iirvr nr urn .man nil nui Bt instruction In (oik dancing and gym- nasium. ciaekeV The attendance at these classes Is large, last week 20 persons attending. On Wednesday evening last a ster- opticaa slide- depicting "Tho Canadian aud "Allco in Wonderland" was witnessed by a largo gathering. These sl.ues are kindly loaned by the Extension Department, Blmonloa, anil arc always well attended, last wwk 7.4 persons being present.. On Friday evening prcheslra prac- tice and choir practice Is held, toV lowed> by a social houK It is indeed ETUtifylrig to the organ- izers of this progressive club to know that their efforts are- being so thoroughly appreciated aud they hope that future activities will be consider- ably extended until all subjects are Coeppert, the president of the. German peace com- mission, accompanied by several iaeni- shall not bo postponed until after tho meeting at Spa. "In other words, the question of dis- Tho overall and giogham dance giv en lust evening in tho Masonic hall under of. coutll, neatly finished and good fit- ting style for average figures. Worth pair. SATURDAY PAIR 1.00 CHILDREN'S COVERALLS 'E Coveralls in blus and khnfci color. Modo for comfort and; wear. It saves washing and it saves the ou dresses, etc. Sizes 2 to S, SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 1.50 DRESS GOODS colored dress fabrics for wear in poplin and> olher-weaves. Colors green, rose, pink and Wack. 3S Inches wide, ileguiar 51.60 yard. SATURDAY NIGHT. A T 75c FANCY DRESS SILKS Fancy stripes and plaids. These are a fall yard wide and ara used for separate skirts, waists anil dresses. Values -worth up t6 yard. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL; YARD- Ji up to yarn. 2.50 ..MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Balbrlggan Underwear tn' separate1 shirts and drawers. Well finished and good med-. lum' quality. These garments-are worth at least-.: eacK SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL SHEET3 x Ready to use Bed Siieels.'made in. full donblo bed size from good quality of bleached; sheeting.' Some. old tuno price on a good sheet 'Regular 52.50 value. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, EACH BIG SUIT SALE TODAY THE NEW THINGS FIRST DYLANDQ COMPANY CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN U. S. Ambassador Davis delivered an. address al Shakespeare's tomb In Slrutrorcl-on-Avoii at tho celebration Garments mado of Georgette cropo will be much nicer after laundering If they arc laid on a heavy bath towel and ironed on the wrong side. C, 0. E; ORGANIZE On Friday afternoon tho Recent of the.Municipal Chapter, I. O. E.. ac- companied by the orgnnizlng 'scerc- lary and n couple of other I had tho pleasure of going to I minster school And; organizing A timber wolf that carries off sheep and' glvc3 chnst> to people has 'been ierrdm'rtK a of tbe township o'f Kaladnr, Ontario. -Tlccently It held Gordon and Ills wife at bay for several hours. C.l'.Il. Operator Laraount has had two narrow escapes as also has had his little son. A correspondent tliat wolf chased AV. G. lllgby' from church to his liome, anil nearly killed a tr.imp near Addinglon. chapters of tho Children of tho pire. Em- Grades VII., and VIII. were foimed into one cliaplcr, aud Grades III.. IV. and V.'lnlo another. cblldren were most enthusias- tic and seemed to fully tho'responsibility and honor of In'jr members of tKo' order, anil -Joel-14 lliat they too were n recognized j v and Important part of (ho pire to which we all belong, ami It Is up to thMn to malin our a worthy part of that empire which slants'for freedom, safety and'jiia- Men wherever-the.-Union .Isck :may float. One could not but realize tho Im- portance of work of onr teacfiorg when ono saw tho respcit paid tlint flag by bolh and girls. The DISARMAMENT IN THE UNITED SPATES! NEW YORK, May world's grcntcEl Bea-fighting inachiiic, a cruiser, to bo feet long with n speed of 10 miles an hour faster than tho Lusilfliiia, Is now in course of conslruction, Charles M, Schwab said here yesterday at a meeting of llio alumni work- ers of New Ynrk University's endowment fund. Tho new bat- tle cruiser, he will have a width of 101 feel, a displace- ment of Ions and cost approximately S50.0M.OOO. It will entry twelve Id-inch Navy department officials say. 'vhnt no ship -is that, described (.'has, M, Schwab was.under construction for tho, navy, or had been discussed. old fashioned shoemakers who visited from home to home, making shoes of great Durability of Canada's Good Products Georgina shoes posaess ihe thoroughness of the old-ilme, hand-mode footwear. Combined wilh it ore all the comfort, fine finish and aristocratic ap- pearance resulting from the best modern shoe production.. GEORGINA, SHOES Obtained through Canada's Leading Boot Shops J. NELSON CO. L8THBRIDGE ;