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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. ItQO THE LETHBRTPGE DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI PHONE 123i i Here is the first week in November, which means that coltliweajther isOiaWe to us very soon. Forthis reason we strong- ly Urge you to .anticipate your needs of warmer away. Our "winter stocks were never so large before and desire to imp'ress upon you that we can supply your every need in thei form of seasonable winter'apparel. Q PERSONAL t> 6 when Mrs. Simpson, Miss Simpson ani Miss Heleua Simpson were at 'home to a number of friends. Mrs. C. B. Carberry Invited to the dtnlug j rooiu vyjilch was'effectlvelynlecorated r with shaded- candles; prettily coiiililn- Mrs. W. H. Morris and Mrs. T. roses and gypsophila. Karl Morris (nee Miss Sleele) will be Jlr3 B A shanuan and Mrs. McK li- st home Friday afternoon from 4 who was later relieved by Mrs. at 622 10th St. south. Q. jj_ Barrow, poured, '..while Mrs. D. I Taylor' cut the Ices. H: Mrs. H. M.' Whfddlugton will not Dawson, Mrs. 8. Robson, Miss O'Hagan recelio tomorrow. -j.aud Miss Lorni Simpson' assisted In I serving. Mrs. D. A; Simpson presided Mrs. :E.'Saiiuders. Victoria Man-' In the. drawing room, uudo .beautiful dons, will not receive on Friday. j shaded lights and mauve and I yellow chrysanthemums.. Mrs, Simp- M t- 11 is '-assisted 'by, her -tWo "daughters, Mrs. 0. W. Leech, 030 llth Street ihe'feueiti'" foully will rewire; tomorrow at- le ruloo'n.; 4 v-. A- iellghfrui evening was spent on Monday at the home of Mrs. lied Mrs. lt< H. Davidson left when the lady teachers and for (he east, waving been called there officers of the United church Sunday by the Illness of her mother, j school gathered- to do honor to one of r 'their number, Miss Verna Heden- Mra. lilt Wallace is a visitor In tho', strain. The occasion took the form ot city for a few days. i a miscellaneous shower. Alter par- r 'ticipallng in Barnes, etc., a Mr. and .Mrs. Meld.rain knd family buffet luncheon w'as much i enjoyed 1 are" moving shortly .to reside In liar- and the guests departed' leaving be dlbvllle', -where Mr. Jioldrumihas tak-. hind heartiest congratulations the eii a poslt'loh'irl liie inine' drafting of- brido-tCHbe. flee: A. dellglilful social evening was The' many friends-bf. Mrs. Earnest spent at the home of MrV and Mrs' Weeds will be' pleased to hear of her John TJnsworth, Tuesday rerpvie.d health anil that sha Is again evening, in honor of Ihelr, son; Percy. able, to be hack at her parlors. i Qameit, music and dancing made up a pleasant prog rani. Light refreshments Mrs. JJ. Johnstone returned thlslwefe, served, Mrs. Frank Graham as- THE FAVORITE SEAL 43 inches long, Ko. 1 Hudson Seal Coat; plain, very beautiful iinlug, shawl collar. for (This-lucludeB Luxury Tax) MUFFS AND STOLES OF CHARM Mink Muff Black Wolf Muff.. H8.00 Natural Wol( Red Fox S17.00 to Brown Wolf morning from.a short visit In Calgary. s'lsting in present! were: Miss McGillieudyJ iiiss Olivia M. G. Davidson, who has Miss Els'a Gra-M been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. ham, Miss Louise Price, Mrs. Charley Jess A. Harris, left this afternoon for.Graham, Mlsi-Elitatjeth-Johnson and, her home In licglna. Messrs: Walter Pervps, Earl Price, J i Shelllngberger, Charley, Arthur_ and E. Klrkham was a visitor in Medicine Hat this .week. W Mrs. 0. C. Edwards whb arrtved'in the city, from Carmangay itisRafter- noon is.Iho guest o( Mrs. K. W. Reic- Jack Graham, Mr. Kelly and Frank Eteelo of f f klo. while here. Mrs.-Edwards is re- r, turning to her. home In Macleod to- morrow: CHURCHES AND SOCllTIES A: Armstrong of Sas-; katchewan, Is visiting with his moth- er, Mrs. E. R. Armstrong, 630 14th Street south.- '4 a visitor In Medl- clne Hat at the-beglnnlng of. the week.' 1 Conn will regrel to her home ttrough .XsCVC O Mrs. K. IjT'eateriainlng 'The ladles ,ot St.-Patrick's church are putting on'one-at the-ir popular I dances In the" Masonic nail on Tues-'" day, Nov. 23. i The music department of the Math- esis club will meet tonight with Mrs.Mill G. C. 1206 6th Ave." In stead with 'One..week from tonight-a big mili- tary b'ali will be given by'the Major Jack'Hoss.Chapter; B, to'the Masonic Hall. Tonight. SL .Angnstin's cengrega-. tlonal masquerade social and dance Is feeing, held; In the Masonic hall. The program will begin, at 8.30 sharp and; ___.......________ .those'attending are-reminded to bring informally this evening in honor of heir Invitations and present them at' her guest, Mrs: O. C. Edwards'of Mac- lead. Mrs; Edwards, who is provin- cial vice-president of the National Council of.- Women, addressed the wonien of the, city this aftcfnopn in. Knox church.' A great number of guests thronged Ihc homo of Mrs. J. F. Slmpeon yester- Daily Fashion By Gertrude Bbreiford he door. Will all ladles who are donating re- reshmcnts for the Slilitary Chapter 0. D. E. whist drive, kindly leave same at the club' rooms before eight I'clock tomorrow evening. L. The shower given at th'ehpmft of Mrs. Hoy Miles, 1120 5tU Ave. south on Wednesday afternoon In aid of Si. 'Patrick's chn'rch bazaar was a rcat success, Mrs; Charles T. Wood I ieing the _ fortunate winner of thej pretty apron.' A hearty Invitation Is given' to. all1 to tho whist -drive to be held In the1 3. W. V. A, club rooms tomorrow night! at 8 o'clock. These whist drives arc-! being given by tho Military Cfcapter( I. 0. D. E. on tho first Friday of each month during tha coming winter, and everything la being dont by the mem- bers of the chupter, to ensure a pleasant evenlag.' WEDDINGS A HANDSOME SUIT OF GRAY If DUVETYN. Gray is onfilo'f.-lhel'shadea tbat has many admlrersvtrlls' season, it la par- ticularly soft-finished materials as'duvelyn. This is the fab- ric chosen for the pictured model. Tho coat Is modeled .on the lines of the well-liked Russian Mouse, so that the lower part flares effectively from the figure. This is bordered with black fox. The collar, which may be worn low or high, Is richly embroidered with threads of blue and-silver. The deep cuffs show Iho same' beautiful decoration. The hat shaped frlcorne originated In gray hollers' lilush, adnrrind with black wired rib bon trlmmlflgt, Miss Christina MoUne, of Ericfcson, Man., and Mr. William J. Cooper, of Medicine Hat, were quietly married at tho home ofrltev. A. C. Wlshart, In Calgary, on November 2, at 5 o'clock, liev. Uannle performed the ceremony. V At St, John's Manse, Medicine oh Monday.' November 1st, Richard William Gelbrelcli, of Dow Island, Al- berta, and Maud Laetfa Ridiiell, o( AJelphla, B.'C.; weio united in mar- riage, by Key. Thos. Wilson, t f A quiet wedding took place on 22nd Oct., nt tho resldonco of the bride's brolher, Ernest B. Price, at'Pleilmont, California, whom Ethel Tyner White, widow of Donald Outhrle White, bar- rister of Medicine Hat, to Lieut. Colonel J. Ughtbody, D.8. 0., T.D., of Glasgow, Scotland. Col. only relumed from Egypl six weeks ago, whore he had been on active service for five years, and took part In all the fighting from Oaza to Jerusalem ana afterwards In the campaign which resulted In the capture .of tho VII and VIII .Turkish Armies. Previous (o going to Egypt ho served In Flamlera and CfalHpnll, He was awarded the D.8.0. and T.D. In 1018 and.wns mentioned several times' In dispatches; Ho was, pro- moted 'C.n.A. 7th Mecrut Division. I The brldo Is well In Medi- cine Hat but has lived In California for the past two years, where Col. anil Mrs. Mghtborly will reside, at IS Vicente Terrace, SanUx Monica, for ilbe 'winter, _______, (For addillonal weddings eeo Pago 8) HUDSON SEAL COAT Plain Coat of No. 1 fur; a very nice shaw collar, tafia lined, 36 Inches long. Can be worn wiUi.belt or with- out Regular 00 f0f {This Includes Luxury HUDSON SEAL COAT Collar and cutjf trimmed with tho best of sable, floral -satin lining 40 Inches long. Regular MUFFS Red Fox M'irFf Oppossum Muff Natural- Lynx Muff. (This iucludfes Tax) i V HUDSON SEAL COAT The very best of Eable trimmed collar and lined: with a verj beautiful floral satin, size -10; 42 Inches long. Reg. for (This includes Luxury Tax) NECK PIECES Braver Collai Red Pox'Slole'... Opposisum UR Oppossum Stoles. to Hudson Seal Seaiean Muff Whjte Skunk Red Fox Stoles for Girls to Coney Stole for Girls to Mink Chokers Sable, Chokers I'S AUSTRALIAN BEAVER FUR COATS ARE VERY POPULAR Women's Australian Beaver Fur Coats, Australian Oppossum, la'rflo shawl collar and cuff and fancy poplin lined. This It an Ideal coat for driving as It will stand all Sine's of Kard wear It Is a very sightly coat, looking like our Canadian plucked beaver. It Is very strong pelt and will not tear In we the value'in the market as' the prices range from 5150.00 and arcordmg to length If you want a real fur coat at the price of a tweed coat examine these (M op Aft Cfl ftft lines early as we have only a small stock to dispose of............. Persian Lamb Choker Sable Cape Mink Cape Coney Stole LynxStolcf SERVICEABLE STOLES Browri Wolf Stole. Price Brown Siberian Wolf Collar Chlidren's WhiteLamb p'n Children's "white lf (NJT tri 547.50 We are offering our bfclSpyp' Suits at prices that are worth days only, Saturday. Boys' Tweed Underwear I i Boys Turnhull weight c< boys.-' 'Size's 1 year years.' In natural Prices to size, J3.15, Bloomer Pants 2 years to 7 yeari Reg. 515-75 -....S13.95 Reg. J19.76 Boys'Wool J 'Gloves coloreid len gloves. 'Good for immediate or winter- wear Week- End Special Brown and Navy Only Sizes 20 to 23.. 'Fasl colors and made from durable yarns. Sizes 20 and 22. Week-End Special Sizes 24 and 26. Week-End Special Size 28, only, Special i ,y We Are Sole Agents for "Carss" Mackinaws And we larse to select from. Prico ..L'....... to' Boys'. MEN'S GREY AND BROWN CHIN- CHIt-LA 38 to 44. Priced to eell, Week- End Special MEN'S WORK SOX ail sizes. Regular 59c per pair. Ai nA 3 pairs for 3 MEN'S DOGSKIN to keep out tho cold, Weok-Entl Eolllng MEN'S TWEED These arc wonderful values.'.Three' only. 'Sizes'38 to 42. frl 6 ft'ft Wcok'-End Selling STANFIELD'SCOM- BINAT10N3 Week- End For We specialize on Equality pair, we sell giro a full round'dollar's worth for every dollar you pay. On? solo 'idea Is to give the citizens c! Lethbridge auch good dependable shoes and service that we may have a permanent claim upon their patronage. Ladies Pumps Patent and kid leathers with Louis heels and flexible sewn Boles. The "Clawic" and "Korker" Shoes for Dress? eolld leather school shoes with hard welt soles. 8 to 11 to 2 Ladies' Brown calf, black Sid anfl patent leather oxfords, with Koodyear welt tolei, medium walking and Louis hwls. .nd Ladies' Spate and 'Boot Tops Dark fawn, light castor, taupe, grey and black shades lu atock. All sizes and widths, Price A. The "Trapper" Shoe for A good sturdy school shoe, solid leather throughout. Drown and black shades. 8 to 10% 11 to 13 y2 1 to 5y2 Baldwin's ZepKyr Wodls. i In both 4 ancl'S ply. Thoro are several B6W1 shades for scarfs, Including turquoise, oltl rose, terra cotta and primrose yellow. Specially: imported ;by. us. :i'er akeln Metallic Laces In stiver, gold and old gold. Iniall widths and saveral de- signs, -Theso-were importod direct from Paris and are the' last word fn sold and silver lace trim- mings. Specially priced nt. yard, SPECIAL VALUE IN HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES Ideal gifts for Christmas. Fine qualify. Size 42.. Beautifully, fin- ished. Our special price, each .............ipl.iD Boys' All Wool Heavy Hose In oil sizes 7% to 10. {1.50 pair. To clear at, pair................. THE DRY GOODS SECTION LADIES' CASHMERE FINISH HOSE Tho heat value this season. All sizes. Nice. winter weight. Specially priced for tjulck salo at, pair Regular ,.98c Heavy Lining Satins -Two 'year guaranteed quality. In lovely shades of fawn, grey, Ivory anil seal brown. 36 Inches wide. Yard L95 Black Duchess Satin In n rich, heavy lly. Heal Swiss goocis, ,Wo guar- anleo our black sallns not to tear by fair wear Tnn1 use. 38 Inches wide, yard 38 Indies wldo, Fine English Flannelette See our real: goods. Qualilles White Our slock of while wool blankels Is as ever shown In South- ern Albnrla. Wo havo all weights and prices up to pair. Our values nra right and the gooda all high class. j Pair Get It At "The Bay" HEAD YOUR XMAS SHOPPING LIST WITH AN ELECTRIC HOOVE HOME FURNISHINGS PRINTED COTTON'TAFFETA Per Yard Four new.pallcnu In this tptin-, i did furniture covering or heavy..' slilo .drapes. Subdued but district, patterns en a grey ground Only, about 20 yards of each, so rip not delay In your choice. ENGLISH CRETONNES Per Yard GO inches wldo and reversible. Three only, pieces ot Ibis new cretonne, with rose, blue or tan flowers on s grey ground, ;