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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY M, WM DAIf.Y HKIIAUJ THIRTEEN fr PEP.SONALS'- Miss Olive Uensou, ot Calgary, re- turned tiomo today after s'uendlDg-the .vcck end-with Mr. and firs. 11 1J. Mi's. D. daughter iulh lei! this afternoon for weMoru Oifo, V'here it 13 hoped Mrs. Inmnn regain her health. Miss 'Ellen Holmes spent tuo holiday ji Hiymondo Mr. J. Hlginbotham'left (or Ot- Awa yesterday -as a delegate to the ;tueral assembly of. the Presbyterian K. Lons.-of Taler, was guest tf Mr. nuU .Mrs. IHssett. Alston .spent the Icr parents in Magrath. day with Mr. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Wright, 16 First St., Medicine Hat, walch was celebrated by members of tho family on Monday, May Zltli. Jaa. McLean and son, James, of Kaymoud, arx- visitors iu the city. f Mrs. Springer and daughter. Myrtle, ot Sweet Gross, were vtsltora in the city during ihe past week. Mrs. Sydal has returned to Calgary after spending some time here, the guest of her blsicr. Mba Thomson. Mr. Frank ColsJaan is a business vis. tur iu town. Miss Margaret Holmes, of Talier, vas a week end visitor iu tho city. Mr. and Mrs. Coilia 1'irks, of Ed- monton, ave suejlE Ihe city. v Mrs. David.ClemU .sp.ent the week ead with her'iubiner 'in Kaymond." V Mrs. J. Collins and Aileen with Mrs 5. Orr and Edna, of diampion, vroro week end guests in tlis city. Z. N. Skouson, ot is visitor here today. Mr. and Mhj.'J.-B. TerrJIlcnlor- lametf ns iliclr weekend guest, Miss Uuinl, of.Calgary. Shepherd is hi Calgary Attending the l.Q.D.El converitioii, niid when Eve delved Sh B wai a modern far more Inter- cited in delving in her garden thtn in Rujwt and Matrimony, But when he ut beside her in her little blue car, he knew she was just the wire he And because he wanted her much be found himvlf ra mute, ingloriouj Miltco" When it came to actually ask- [Bgbcr. who'd ever imafine an apple green gardening set- and a terrible thunder ahcwer would have any influence with a man who wanted a wife, but then you never can tell you'd best read "A Spring Song'.' by. Margaret and see for Complete in the May issue of FORTY OTHER FEATURES CKNT3 ALT. i-V PER COPY MEWS STANDS SOCIAL there is being entertained by Mrs. J. A. Palmer, I31bow Park. Hose Boeder spent the week t-u'd in Cardston. L f Mr. and Mrs. 11. Quail. 7tU -Avenue, entertained as their holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kind. Mr. William Wilde, of Welling, Is a visitor hi tha, city. Miss Anderson spent tho weekend at Raymond. MIsa K. Terrlll loft today for Bar- .ons. where, sho. will take a- summer leaching position. Mr. and Mrs. j. C. Burkett spent the weekend in Calgary. They .were Joined in their return Journey by Mrs. Faith Young 'or 'C'algdry.' Mrs, J. Holmes ot (Jardston is ajsp .tire guest ot -Mrs. Burkett. r Dr. .and Sirs. Fletcher spent the week end with -friends hi Mngrtith: Mr. Frank Davis, of Burmls, was tho holiday guost of Mr. and Mrs. C. All wood. Mr. Wra." O. Gibbous 'who lias been visiting iu Calgary, lias returned tu the city. e Mr. Oeo. Roberts, of Coutts, spen' the weekend In the icily. Mrs. A. G. Virtue has returned home from the Van Haarlsm hospital. .Messrs. T. Quinn, Baalim and.Btacoj spent the week end in Calgary. Miss Violet. left on Saturda. for Edmonton; .where she will in fit turo reside; Mr. Mrs, 'J. E.. Connie and daughter, spent tho holiday at tholLeb Lake.ranch. m T. S, Mauninj, of the'Geo. Kcrr Co., was admitted to the Van Haarlem hospital last .evening to undergo sler, A. M. Henry, Mrs. j. W. Kipp. serious operation. Miss.Eva-Bissett spent the weekend with-.friends, in Calgary. Sho was a holiday guest iii Baisanp. from 'Lethbridge in at- tendance at the I. p. D. H national convention Uio .following persons -Mrs. V.. 'Jbbrisibrie, Mrs. S. J. The 'Bay' Store is Splendidly Ready To Meet Your Every Need In Summer Wearing Apparel Another of Uio popular C. P. It Club dances 's bciny given to- night in the Masonic hall. A'Jmitt.vco will be only podjib'o by of guest card. The Matliesis Club's annual lunch- eon will be given In tho "Y" tomor- row (Wednesday) at 13.30 p.m. sharp. Members are kiudly requested to be on time promptly. The annual meeting and election of officers for tho ensuing year will be held following the luncheon. The Masonic hall last evening pre- sented a very gay appearance when the officers and members of Viaduct Lodge Xo. 53 entertained their frieuds. Tho liall was most gaily decorated with-streamers In lodgo colors, with garlands of roses decorating the walls. Sir. Dunnlng's orchestra was in at- tendance and rendered aii excellent dance program. r 'At the congregational meeting in Wesley church, following, persons we're elected society representatives imd are therefore members' of the official board of the Wesley Metho- dist Church: .lolm Bass, C. K. Bramt- ow, Bryans, Mrs! li.'A. Crawford, Thos. Fettei-ly, p. W. KMr- McCalluin spent th6 week end in Burde'ttV t Mr.' B. Wright and fam- ily left for Medicine Hat on Saturday to attend ffio golden anniversary of OUTattlie knees, put at the what a problem it is to keep Child- ren supplied with stockings! Why not buy'Penmaiis Seamless Hosiery and forget your troubles? They arc strongly jcnit from the best long- fibred yarns and reinforced at the points of greatest wear. osiery "THE STAKDARU of EXCELLENCE'! Limited, Paris. if Cu-.i, SUCCESS.1 'One. of the 'moM; 'e'njoy'aiile evetils of I" tlie'" holiday V.was the last pavilion by the members .of ;he Slk: okotoki Cbaptej Oyeri three thronged tS'j] spacious 'was; Rlnborate'ij' decorated -In.-patriotic colors. Members pi. the-Chaptfr and the L.A.A.A. had cliarge of.vth'V' ment booth's and .these we're contimml- ly patronized. The Cannoneers' Band rendered-an excollent.-pTOgraiti: Altosetber the a dii success. A-recital by tho'pupils of the M...Coombs ,studlos.-: of earlier grades will be given theatre Thursday at 4.15 j o'clock. Anyone interested may at- tend. 31rs. J. RusEOll Kennedy, Miss Viva Elton and Mr. Leo M. Coombs' pupils will participate In a well ar- i-anged program. Among those who will te heard will be Blanche Bercsford, Margaret Both-' am, Doris Bverall, Dorothy Flnna- more, Andrew Fletcher, Hutli Grown, Doris Fowler, Nellie Hunter, Lois Hcnlnger, Gladys Green, Orlsa Green. Roxie Jensen. Sylvia Keel. Howard Anna Ostlund, Wikna Wray. Mattlo Perry, Ethel Peterson, Lyda Peterson, Byron Peterson, Cleo Peter- son, Lucille Peterson, Marjoric Peter- son, Pansy Quick, N'etla Stafford. An- nio Stafford, Kuth Urscnbach, Gertie jWyinan, Stella Goldslicn, Uornthea' Dnrgan, Kathleen McCann, Cecil Meads, Melba Kurman, Gordon Mcln- lyre, Thnrlier Harris. Dorothy Smith, Myril McAdoo, Allen Bass, Marjorie Furnian, Dorothy Reglnbald, Harvey Good, Kmma Green, Olive Arnold, IJalsy Lister, Xorlno Arnold, Netllo Hawkins, Cecil Bureman, Kliubelh Jarvie, Margaret, Violet Hawkins. WEDDINGS c- A quiet home wedding took place on Saturday at tlio of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turncy, Uth Street South, when Miss Lilly Kllgliren, of Fernlc, became the hridn ot Mr. John ft. Pol- lock of Fcrnie, Rev. A. II. Dononn officiating. Tim altendanlK were Mlas McGrew of Vlclorla and Mr. Burden of Calgary. Following the ceremony enjoyed a bridal supper. Mr. and Mrs. Pollock left on the night train for Calgary, wliero tho honey- moon will be spent. aons in Iho nbovo art arc being given :it Suito S. ilnll Block. City. Valnllng done on Silks, Clolhx, etc., which will wasli Bploiu'ltlly, nnd also on a num- ber of other CliHdronl" Classes taken. samples of work and terms, apply SUITE 8, HULL BLOCK CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -'t The regular monthly meeting of the Council of will bo held (n tho Y. M. C. A. on Friday, May 2Slh, nt p.m. The. women of Mooseheart will meet tomorrow evening fn the Moose. Hall at S o'clock. A full at- tendance of mombcrs la' requested. a t A special meeting of trie Womon'a Civic Club will be held tomorrow af- ternoon nt 4 o'clock In the club rooms, post omco building. Special business to be transacted In connec- tion with tho banquet to bo held on Jiuio 2nd. Regular up to Tricotines, Serges, Gabardines, Woo! Poplins. Stylish and exclusive models, silk embroidered, braided, handsome vestees. In navy and sand. Regular up to Fine. Serges and Tricotines. Including the best stilts of tho season. Miny models to choose from. SPORT SKIRTS FOR OUT 0' DOORS TO BE WORN WITH COLORED SWEATERS Tailored In decidedly smart fabrics in ucccrdian and box pleated styles; also In .plainly tailored models. Materials are most, ly wool plaids, fine serges, tricolettcs, bar- oiietlc satins, silk Jersey and georgette. Priced from to AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING IN TRICOTINE AND WOOL JERSEY DRESSES Regular will find tho 'material in th'ess dresses of high standard nuaCty.. Mostly- straight line models in navy, ilclph, brown and green. Trimmed with, braid and buttons. WHY NOT CHOOSE A DAINTY WAIST NOW? WS havo some charming models for' your selection In the best of tho 1320 styles. In sheer silk crepe do chine, silk, tricolclte, dainty georgettes and We have them In tho elaborate styles'as well as those for more practical wearl Voiles........ to Crepe de Chine up to Georgette.. up to SilkTricolette up to New and Seasonable Footwear Attractively Priced OUTING AND TENNIS SHOES Warm May days make these a necessity.. We carry all stylea and s'lzes. Prices are: Ladies' Tango Pumps Ladies' Tennis Bals Misses' Tango Pumps Misses' Outing Bals Boys' Outing Oxfords Boys' Outing Youth's Outing Bals, Special Child's Outing and -Child's One-strap and LADIES' BOOTS Ladles' fine quality White Canvas boots neatly made with medium flexible leather solea. Walking and Louis heels. All sizes LADIES' OXFORDS These arc a fine qiial ly of White Canvas, neatly made with flexible Icathev soles and medium lie da. All n GROCERY DEPT. Daking Powder, oz. tin, 2 tins for (linger Snails, fresh stock; per Hoda_ Som-Mor, plain or salted, 2 for Blue nackcLs for lion Ami, in cakes and powdered, ea'ch Sweet Potatoes, ]icr t'n Cnnncd_S'jiins, Dominion Brand, Vegcfaljle and Tomatoes, 2 tins for Pancake Flour, Holly brand, per packet Phones 313 and The Firm for Service LADIES' .LISLE1 Beautifully rucr- in while only. Sizes and 10. 1 tills Is worth (oday 60c pair. Wed- nn nesday Monijng Special, pair 1 n IUC -I o IOC QC JOC Dry Goods Dept SILK DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 40 INCH CREPE DE pure silk. In every shade. 40 inches wide, n Met Our price, yard M WHY PAY MORE? CREPE DE quality. 40 iiicui 'eswide. All shades.. .Usually at ?3 yard. Hudson's Bay Price, yard LoVV COLORED SHANTUNG iucbes wide. In a lovely range of shades. nf Our.speclai 6.fed The above special cannot be duplicat- ed In Western Canada are less than wholesale and tie public Is getting the benefit of our ability to go di- rect to the makers. ALL WOOL BABY FLANNEL The "Doctor" make. In two weights at, yard and Wo nave a very largo stock of all kinds of denims, drills, and shirting in every plain shade and stripes. These arc. all rock bot- tom prices. You cannot possibly dp bettor than our prices for these goods. Wo special- ize iu staple cottons of nil kinds. If you pay a dollar here you get more than a dol- lar's worth today, CHILDREN'S RIBBED STOCKINGS Sizes 81i to 10. Black only. Very strons snd old value nt 60c pair. To clear OQ Wedpesday Morning, pair j3C (3 pairs only to a customer.) HOLEPROOF SILK all shades and all sizes. Only tlis best grade s-uickeil. Those goods wiil sell at pair Oils fall. Today you may buy any quantity at tho Hudson's Bay nt, pair PRINTS We have n. largo and well assorted slock of lijjlit nnd dark prlnls at old prices. Tbeso wo bought early and you can savo at least ICc yard by buying now. AH fast color. 32 Inches wide. CO pieces to select from OA- at, yard............................ OjC THE REAL nurse only, -10 inches wide. Fa.it dye. Wears hko loilhor. Splendid value nt, -j nf. yard............................, PLAID AND CHECK 30 Inches wide. Imparted quality. Worth to-. (lay 85e yard. While they last fit urday, yard....................... DOC STEEL CLAD pieces to select from. In light and dark Hhadcs. 28 inches wide-. Xo bolter made Is Can- J j; ada. Hudson's Bay Prico, yard TtpC GREAT SNAP IN PILLOW Inch size. Very good quality. A limited quantity only to sell nt, pair GOOD WHITE COTTONS Wo buy (ill our white cottons from the factories and can eave you about 25 per cent, on these goods. Ilorrockso's 36 Inches wide at, yard DIfC HorrockRC's Mndapolam, 36 Inchns 'Wide at, yard................... Tarantitlie Nainsook, Indies wide. Of at yard ODC Good While Cotton for every use, 36 OQ Inches wide, Unbleached Cotton, 3G inches wide, Sivrial. vord 2.20 Men-s and-Boys' Suits Close Inspection If you want: real'.values for your dollar, you can get it. in men's suits as low as' 355.00, no matter'what .price you will get tha best 'possible for tho.money. Our- Boys' Suits ranee .from to MEN'S PANAMA AND STRAW Wo have a very complete range in the new vsliape Panamas and .Boater hats at prices that will make you buy. MEN'S two- piece and combinations. All styles, Priced from to suit MEN'S FINE the W. G. R. brand; Double wear cuffs and the Regal brand, all good washing cambrics and reas- onably priced. CHILDREN'S WASH have an exceptionally good range ot styles, patterns and qualities at reasonable prices, BOYS' and dark stripe' and1 plain blue' gaUten; also light and dark bluo chnmbrays at the special price, -t A of, each ItJll We are Now Showing Some New Arrivals in Rugs THEY ARE MODERATELY PRICED Woodstock AxmlnBtor, 27 inches 7 "TC by 54 Inches...................... I 3 Woodstock Axmlnstcr, 30 inches -I o o t by 03 inches.................... Smyrna, a reversible heavy wool rug In bcautlful_ coloring and designs. Q OC 'Size 30x60 Inches................. THE SIDNEY WILTON IN SIZES (8x36 Inches 36x83 27x54 Inches WESTMOUNT WILTON These aro a vory heavy Wilton (optional wearing qualities in the. nowoet patterns and colors. 27x54 Inches....................... 413.00 36x63 Inches AHRACTIVE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES ADD TO THE CHARM OF THE HOME a beautiful range of col- ors in soft tones.and also in striking do- signs. Prom LACE yards long, and full Iu .white, Ivory and cream, ftoui, pcrl'alr' 4.75 12.50 while, cream and beige. 30 inches wide. Yard, OP Special ;