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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY Tiro DAILY HERALD CS li 1 PERSONAUS gary are speeding the week-end in tho city. t Mrs. Coombs of Cafdslon la at pres cat the guest of Mr. and Leo M. Mr. George Allen, 'Of Calgary, is visitor Iu loo city. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McLean, wlio are attending the' musical festival In are the guests during their stay Iu that city ot Mrs. McLean's sister, Mrs. R; L. Sutherland. Mrs. J.' K. Cbstlgan, who has been tho guest off.Miss ed to her hohlo In Calgary yesterday.- t f Sir. Percy S to U Of Winnipeg a gue'st Iu tho city yesterday. c Mrs. 0. McKlllop is at present tho suest ot her daughter, Jnmia Mc- Calg, 116th Street. Edmonton. Mr. H. C. Williams ot Calgary was n visitor In the city yesterday. JIlss B. Doss loft for Ed- monton, where she will take part In the. musical festival. Mr. Hatch of Calgary is a visitor la the city today. On his return from Medicine Hal by motor yesterday, Mr. W. B. Kester was tccotupanlod by Mr. and Mrs. Qua I'ambrun, who will remain his guests the week-end. Col. and Mrs. West Jones of Cal- Mayuird Korr ia'Sjeodlnr a I la Calgary. It should ho a matter' of pride to citizens of Lethbrldge, particularly the teaching fraternity of the Letu- brldge high school, two of the former students'of this Institution placet In the" def by the or jUbefta-Tfit 'fie tenth ia'nul for 'swifting 01 flcholirsnlps, prizes end medals, May 13th, 1920. Mies Alleen Dunhtm (first rank honor.? In hiitory) ud Walker Dunham were among thone ad- mitted to the degree ot Bachelor of Arts.1 Miss1 Dunham was awarded the Gordon Stanley Fife Memorial prize, and Walker Dunham won the Lieuton- ant-Governor's Gold Medal for study ot Bhekeaptarc, 'f SOCIAL 4 Elaborate arrangements are being made for the bl( to fee in the main pavilion of tin tttr frvnfe following the dlraetlea nd, con- toUtlon, Mrs. McArthnr. Cents'first, Mr. Puller; gents McQladriej' consolation, Mr. Rasmussen.', The iriies wefs also awarded to tho' lit- Unate lady and gent with the highest aggregate scores of the scries of whist IrjTcs tdd throughout tho season, anil .he of those prizes fere: 'Ladles? Aliss Beaton; gents, ilr. Carter. Through the medium of .hese columns the Moose extend heartiest appreciation to all who have contributed in making their entortain- iU-nl3 such a splendid success during .he winter mouths, and hope to. renew heir avQuainUiice when the season opens again. Ceylon's offering Lanka is a tea from CeylSn's hill gardens British grown to suit critical British taste. -Flavor is exquisite.rr'Color rich 'aijd sparkling, aroma most Order today from your dealer. v WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada LANKA TEA installed and decorated, and Kit- orn's JazE Orchestra will to !a at- eudaaee. 4V WEPDINQS V V 4. Mid SWcrapcare, ao! st lie Wee prove tt; will Hi Utut fib A full plctorUl feature A full pAge plctorUl feature Mr. tbte by day.'and Mr. Hyde, of the undn world, by nifht, 'j only goe el th36.00 down 62.00 70.00 .75.00 100.00 26.00 Look at These Reduc- tions on Serge and Silk Dress Skirts Serge or Bilk Sklrti reduced ff lo.......................'............. 7.75 9.50 14.00 17.50 Berso or Silk Sklrta reduced tO ....i...i... J 12.00 Ssrga or Silk Skirts reduced to 117.50 or Silk -Skirts redaetd to Ecrgo or Silk Skirls reduced This is your opportunity1 to secure one of those fine quality Stylish Dresses at a saving you will appreciate. J60.00 Serge or Tricotioe. Drejses jo r A IM.OO Ssrse or Tricotino Dreises on rn 39.50 MO.OO Botany ot PA for................................ ol.dU ?3G.OO HngUsh A31 Wool 'no An for 6O.UU 5M.OO i3ngllsh Wool Sersa Dresses nn rn to JSS.OO HngUBh All Wool Aft for............................ ZU.UO J20.00 BogllEh All Wool Sttgt Drwrtk nn 20% discount on all Women's and Misses' Coats. 15% discount on all Women's Raincoats. !5% discount on all Children's Wash Dresses. 40 Only Georgette and Crepe de Chine BLOUSES Regular vduec up to H2.50. slrn and colorr on Mb while they art, each 15% Discount on all Ladies' Kimonas. Discount ton Women's Silk Under- wear. 15% Discount on Children's Reefer Coats. SATIN AND GEORGETTE DRESSES AT A DISCOUNT OE 20 p.c. Beautiful dreues, all now, finest quality. Sultablo for street or afternoon nouso wear. Splen- did range ot sizes and colorings, SAVE 20 p.c, and buy while this sale is on. SOME OF THE HOSIERY BARGAINS Dors' Black Ribbed Hoso, all elses, rjp 2 pairs lor Wotnon'a Black Cotton SeamleiB Stockings, 2 MtHo Olrle' Fine- Lfale nibbed Stockings, r blnck and white, pair 811k Boot Stockings, fctack or rjf white only, pair I DC Women's Silk Hosiery, all oolore and black. Regular olore and 1 JC 1.43 It's Time for Decorating and Renovating the Home or Office This Special Sale of Window Draperies will interest you, at least if should. WE ARE GIVING A STRAIGHT 10% DISCOUNT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, ON ALL OUR BUNGALOW NETS, MARQUISETTES, SCRIMS, CRETONNES, TAPESTRIES, VELOURS AND SHADOW CLOTH. Buy what you require for the near future and save THE SIMPSON CO, LTD. ;