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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1920 DATLV' HERALD PAGE Wants Child Welfare Legislation NOMINATIONS; IN B. C. WINTER'. tie glory; brilliant ,i Smalt. iv.i-s.are lililf When to: us" c--r Then goodnight, w- Bathe In a incnrwtite flood BO para and bright. Dazzling the dory, oh, the'ibrUlUnt light! Small things hidden, only great rfr en spreadc tain. G. Parkinson scb'ool. arrived in. tho cJtv today to attend the' teachers' convention. Mr, Joseph Smith, of the council I ot twclvo >who is at present visiting in Raymond, ,will, Arrive, In the city nighMo address H j meeting and will be the guest'-. o' i Dlshop kod Mra..Greeifwhila liore. 1 .Alex.'Smith and Mrs. r. A t are leaving for Calgary to- '.to "attend the Provincial tan Uttee meeting Jot- the' National __cll of frftay and Friday, jfi H. Knight, who ttef 11 th'8 Gait hoapltal, his'recovered to return to his home. i heaven domaii VICTORIA, eleventh-hour changes, whin for- mat npmlnatlen takes place tornor. row for tha shcmbers to ie'rye In tha 155h parliament, there will be 159 candidates In the field.-' Government JM; opposition, '41; soldier-independent-farmer, 131 r federated labor. 12; Socialists, 7; Labor, 4, joldjtr-tabor The third eljss does not Include soldler'abor One is pledged to either party. There' tnrce women candidates. j SUGAP PRICES JN NEW YORVt -NSW YOKK, Nor. of (ba. their prices to Q granBlated. TKree'ara'nijw list-; ea ai while two ara at.51 cents: Several retail, to the pub- the price by other; firms range from..llVi to 10 cents. BROTHER OF COUNTESS CURZON IS DEAD DEHBY, England, HOT. Moaioe Hinds, brother .of- Counless Cunoo, wife of Eari C'urzoa ,of' dleston, the foreign: at Keddleston Hal! here .today after a long illness. He'was a; SOD of the late J, Monrie H lads, former -United States minister 'to Brazil." i Rev. L. II. MacLean, pastor ol.the Aylmer Avenue PresbjleiUn churcki, deciitied a call io Mahoaii Bar, N. S. NOVA SCOTIA IS NOT DOWNHEARTED HALIFAX, Nor. present plans mature a fbhins Vessel declsn- ed and built by Nova BboUaijs wBl bo constructed during the year for the purpose of specially competing for tha return to Nora Scotia of International honors In Btert 'year's ftahing schooner race: oH'IJalifax. An Nova Scotia will bV faked to ton- tribute toward the construction of OiS Ths coutributlont'wUi in the foiiu of shares. i l, of who Is in the city attending .the Municipal con- vention, Is the :gucat- of Commission- er and Mrs. Ifee'ch: i i llrs. A. It. Rogers, only Manitoba woman M. P., recently advocated at the pomlaiou conference at Ottawa universal legislation for liie reduc lion of infant mortality. She also urged the registration of all uursing homes and CHURCHES, AND SOCIETIES v PERSONAL Mrs. E. will not rewire tomorrow but will be at home next Thursday instead. Miss Virginia Ward'of' Taber will be in tus city attending tha teach- ers' convention this week, and_.wil! be the guest of Mrs. Maurice'Ja'mes- Pavies. Mr. Kenny 'wje're they will reside -TpMniflifentlyjil'ltfrtf 13 an old-timer of Lethbridje, missed bj'a cir'cle'bt E. F. Beiinett." formerly a'dvertU-' itg manager for the Hudson's Bay Company here, left qn; Saturday for Calgary wherg''hef an- other Dpsition. Miss Sherrer arrived in the city this week from Lacombe and has ac- cepted a [KtilloD In'-'the office of Dr. J. S. r of Germany, "Warren Johnson; 'ranee, Mackenzie Keith; Russia, Sinclair Relkte; Belgium, Lawrence Crag'g; Austria, I.eo Youiig; Serbia, .harlie Dawson. Littlo Edith Gibson, in the costume. of the Red with attendant nurses, proposed fitting manner, be observation 'of the period of sil- enco which is used in .corrimemora- j .Ion of Armistice Day. At the con- elusion -of the playlet, Mr. Watson. nspcctor of schools, and Mr. Hodg- son, supervisor of city schools, ox- pressed appreciation. -A CITY RUN BY WOMEN ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Ore., Nov. city for one .week has been a j woman's .town. In spirit, and in fact! women are the .town's leaders since last when -elected a woma.n.'rnayor1 and n-Woman tc: every other place In tho city government. The women hifvo no dcHnlto plans i for promoting tho welfare of the town. Mary Butt said; today. I "We Intend 'study she satd, "nnd do'all in''our io give the city a good, efficient gov ornmsnt. At Ihc ;we can do, no worse than the men have done." VULCAN TAKES A HALF HOLIbAY ON ARMISilCE DAY fSpeclnl lo Tho llcrnldl VULCAN, Nov. daj.] will be observed by the whole town taking n half holiday on Thursday. All; stores and offices will be clor.cd; there will bo a giant parade of the school' children led by U'.o Vulcan baud, and.' a small ceremonial In regard to tho, I captured German, trench mortar he-' ing presented to tho town and dls- Lricl. ADVANCE COAL PRICE OT. xr., Kov. Tin- minion Coal company totlay advanced L..a .fiioj lif. .-a'ti coal ond-doUnr a ton 'o r'rl'vorcrt. Hard coal sells at 'FEEL EARTHQUAKE V ftUEBEO-COMMUNITY ST. THOMAS DB JOLIETTE, Quo., Nov. 3: SO Monday aftor- nodn two curtlitiuako shocks following one another at nn Inlerval of lour seconds, wci-o felt hnro. They bouse furultiui tii 414 no Theie aie only about'two hun- died pahs We had a big lot, something like to start with.J 'So many have appreciated this wonder lvalue that they are down to a small lot now. -Better huuy.Vo Our .-p'rice is easy, only, pr: Your choice of all colors, black, grey, white, pink, navy blue, pale .blue and brown. All first quality and all the celebrated ribbed top pure silk hose.' November sale price, per DRESSES Here are garments that beautify, the wearer. Every style selected is youth suggesting and Kas charm. The models are each brfe cut ori becom- ing lines to give a graceful figure, and the color combinations and trimmed effects are all created to give that pleasing harmony which is the soul of attraction in the well .dressed woman. i Half Price 1 1 is oui' price on all these dresses. To see therti is to be delighted with them; Value, sold in regular way at 00, A beautiful assort- ment of- dainty styles. All this season's goods and attractive in every vvay. Excellent range of colors. Georgette and crepe de chine. Values .worth up to November, Special, WAISTS SPECIAL NO. 2 In this assortment you will find many over blouse styles -which are shown so much this season. Fine .georgette with neat de- signs embroidered on front. Attractive new colors and values worth 'up to November Sale Specials CORSETS' .Wo have placed bn thq' centre tables ix lino of high-class corsets Some ard'front lace.-others jnro back lace. All are wonderful values.'. All aro welt made anil good fitting stylos. to pair. November Sale Special, pair...... WHITE FLANNELETTE 300 yards of flnn whllo nannelette, in 23-inch width. This Is a line we have had In stock for some timo. It Is value worth r.Oc yard. November Salo Special, yard .........Tkyt, Only three ends left of thts good quality cream flannelette. It-soon washes white f.ntl Is good .weight, Regular 60c OC_ November Special, STRIPED FLANNELETTE An excellent of fine etriped 'flannelette, full 35 Indies Hide and good wearing Yaluo 50c yard iu rogu November Sala Special, yard LINGERIE CAMBRIC Inch, flue, free from dressing or filling. This cambric Ideal, for night drpases anil all kinds of. fiuo nnrlerwcar. It Is value worth 85c yard November Sale Special, CA_ yard ...........................................DUC PURE WOOL SERGE CREAM FLANNELETTE Here Is a timely opportunity to secure a jjood pure wool sdrgc In brown, navy and cardinal, for a skirt or dross, at a reasonable! price. 40 Inches wide. Regular J3.25. rrk November Sale Special, yard November Salo Special, yard ALL FURS REDUCED New Flahnel Middies for Children AND COMPANY ;