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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1920 PARK FlfTKKJH THE LBTBKTDGB NOVEMBER 1'. To keep the house unharmed Their fat here built so Deeming endurance armed Better tba.i brute They founj tha Secret o! the wo.d t that sailh, Ice Is Jqr all Use life Is death Kt. r So ihou ircll thr dsid 5 the And be thou comforted Beoauso thoj died for the? lar off the> smcd their deed is donu j For evermore their life and thine arc one. V .hour this attercoou lu honor of Mrs. and both of Calgary V. Miss-Ethel Jn'gram whose marriage lakes place next month, was the guest of honor at a delightful tja given yes-. terday Mrf.' Fleet- wood About twcho ladifes'.w.epe ent occupied 'he j toft "they bride Mo? The given tie au pices of-jtht'CaughterfJiind Maids j of Lnglandiln flight was a decided seventeen tables were In play; the as follows; Mrs. J IFaunih ladles first Sirs. O.; i ladies second Mrs J.' solallori; Mr. McArlhur, gentleman's; flrst! Mr. Ganf; gentleman's Mr. Ramsay, consolation. PERSONAL Mrs T V MoCreiwJy wilt not re celtc tomorrow. it Mrs. W. B. Gray will not receive tomorrow. GIRL GUIDES INSPECTED V BY COMMISSIONERS v Mayda Thlel of teaching The three British commissioners of Girl Guides touring Canada, Lady: Cave, Mrs. Boardman and Miss Mac-' donald of .the Tales (the' one -with the- staff at Taber, is a guest qf Mrs. E. unique title, a Scottish lady) lent dls-' O. I Harvey, during the teachers' con-: tinctlon to a gathering; recently at vontiDn. i (Casa Loma, the residence of Lady Pellalt, the Chief for ilr. and Mrs, Mckelvle .aad Wife" of the BecrcUfy.freasurer. of Ray- true splfil'of their organization, helped jnrjnd, were 'Sri tbe city during the not a by the compelling music municipal convention. I of tho Queers Own Rifles band whoss j.'f'f J "0 and Mr; arid Mrs. GoiiepiWoHeWCarasHWeir5 march. tori are visitors in the cfty toilay. Afthe saluting base, besides tho vis- i Hlngl officers In was. Lady Q? Hadley-Koberts .of Couttii i? the was wearing uniform for guest" of his Mrs. W. P, Roy. first .time and .looked very smart; i' Sir Mrs. Lionel Clarke Mrs. TonvDaTldsori of the .Government HOUEB .and the ter arrived itn the clty.yes.lerday af-' ladles of the organizing committee. ternopn fro'm'klpp'io spend the re-l tne districts of: Toronto were milnder represented in'the march past, as well as in the various events. The littlest without their brown caps, which was hot their fault, let us'hope, but a for- St Bbnth, left yesterday, afternoon.for her home in. -i Mri. J. W. Boulton hiiS ussier gneat, John BteveSs, of jrogram was carried oat wiiir getf u mastei1 perhaps. on the part of the quarter-, will bo with'her for eraUweekfi.' Wolfe of Rayrcond Is a Tls- era'vcoaventi the city, atteiadliig ,thi teach-. tion. celerltj-, grace and precision, each event Trinnlng .Ha own applause, though, the first event, n ihreejegged race, could hardly come under the head of "graceful" for It ended in separate1 heaps o' fettered Brownies green.. Sidney Niicoii-'af ConttsV 'A first-aid exhibition was next In bee'n'tha when Imaginary fainting Simpson siaceihlsrTeiBpTal.froniVthe-'SPtlls, braakagea and sprains were hospital, left thlV morning for his CouIts. (Balance of MiUdl on page 14.) Sfi. and Mrs. Reg.-Lundy of Calgary arc- lii the city attending the funeral of their father, Mr. Robert Sage: Miss Friel and Miss.-Wood, who arrived yesterday to attend tbe are from the Taber school. Mr1, and Mra. n. N, McLeaB and Mr. J. rt.; Edmonton a.fe 'in3- the city'attending the funeral of Mr. Rohl. Aiaong the visitors In the the teachers' convention are: .A. 7. Mcrjowan. prcWeritJ of-MAt'cIend; -W. H. Alexander. -M.A.; Professor of .Classics, J. (X princliiai .of 'the agricuHiiral school at. Claresholm; Q. Fred McNally, M.A., provincial anpdr- vlsof of B. li., Inspoctor' 6f Macleo'd. Daily Fashiott By Gertrude Bereafnrd I O 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mrs. Hufher'a' section of Wesley ladies' aid I'w'illf' ember 12, at- the horae'of Mrs. For- Sth; street'south. A full at- tendance IS reciuosted. r AU members of St. Apgitstlti's, chjojr aro particularly requested to meet at 7.30 o'clock IVIday ovenlng for choir practice. Kindly note charige of hour and be on time, 7.30 sharp! The regular monthly meeting pi the Major Jack Moss chapter will bo tho 19th Instead of the 12th 'of November. The Loyal Order of Moose and the Bitten of tha Legion are holding ft flhowor End social at 8 p.m. on Friday evening, NOT, 12th., A good time and hearty wclcomo to.all. The ladles will provide tha refreshments. '''.'6IRLS1 DRESSES Serges and in all the new styles, silrts aud' little over Mouses. '.'These :uttle .dress'es.-jare r smart, 8 lo'H years. LADIES' SKIRTS A new shipment of shirts, Siiedine Velour. Some- tblqg new in materials and very raiicle. Tailored aiid patch pockets, jiin' -tucked belt and "two large: buttons. i" shades o[ Jieiiua, Taupe and "Black." Price GIRLS' PLEATED SKIRTS AND FOR SCHOOL 'Are ySu sure you are getting the utmost value for your dollar? No retail firm on .earth can buy cheaper than the Hudson's Bay Co., and we sell at the smallest pos- sible margin of profit consistent with legit- -imate business demands. On top of this we are offering many lines at great reductions for the end buyer.' ,..i advertised is a real value 'giver at the and the cuts rep- resent real- savings. I 89c A full p'cutctl skirt, -whito cambric waist, sizes sli years to 14 years. Red Middles come in two styles, Jack' Tar kin, size four years to 1-1 years. Black and of Louis or iriedium he'eja.'wltli good fieilble sewn Mies.1 Shoes boughtrto, sell, and up..... Sale Prico................................. LADIES' OXFORDS -With medium and Louis heels; all have _ Boles; fall and winter be wpm.wltb, ular up to 513.00. LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE In sizes S'A and D. All pure wool, uico medium quality. Worth today J1.50 pair. 10.0 pairs to go out Friday and Saturday at, pair HEAVY EIDERDOWN FOR KIMONAS In a nice assortment of pretty designs of red, fawn, dark blue and grey mixtures. These go'ods are very scarce ,-..and we have only four bolts. ,Buy .early and prevent -vrUsajipointnieht. 30 inches-wide.- CHILDREN'S HOSE ,A nice line of 1x1 Bibbed Cotton Hosiery for girls' or toys' wear. This Bells 'todayTattBOc'. pair. It comes In large eizes only. To go out on-Saturday at. to T0 NURSES' DRESSES A new shipment of nurses'; a splendid ,'hiaV. tcrial used in these dresses, and aprons exccia that, used previous to this shipment, yolir. 'Uniforms at tho Bay. CHILDREN'S ROMPERS warm suit lor cold days. Black ami-' white cEect trimmed with red braid and buttons, sire two years to five. years. Price A NEW SILK DRESSES-' In all the new shades anil styles. IE you .need a silk dress look thcsu, beautiful gowns over liefore purchasing, All sizes. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BLOOMERS Grey Bloomers ____ White Bloomers to AU.T tf.0 WAUU1J1 A-IJVSUZllGJO tO Flesh Bloomers 'i, J to Black Bloomers to Children's Bloomers .1 ____ 90c to MODART CORSETS SIZES 27 TO 36. A few big sizes left fn oad-li'nei'of Motlatt Corscta This Is an exceptional corset, flonlng, malenah, mil fit Is of the beat. To clear for Friday. Regular (JC nn }o.o6 to (12.00, for ,THE "AUNT MARY" SHOE S The'shoe that puts tho smllo on the stout lady's fine kid shoes wltli cushion soles and' rubber no toe cup. All sizes. WIdo nnkles. Special 'Price PUMPS For "evening or street wear. JledlilfniCubaft.'infl heela. j Regular up to }10.00. (JJC; Salo face. heel, LARGE SIZE BLANKETS In best Canadian -wool, size 70x90. Weight S Ibs. Write .with pink or blue Regular .price ?22.50 pair. Six pairs only- Saturday to clear- at, (to QC Pair STAMPED CENTRES, CUSHION TOPS RUNNERS 7- shoes, Ao sizes up to 11, Pj-jce'.......'.............. Misses' Hloh1 Lej, hand welt 'School Shoes. Regulai-jSS.OO.'Price In.naturarilrieti and crash.- New designs with all ehailes of Brta'yl ropp to work. Each 55c, ;75c, 95c, BLACK SATIN DUCHESS In a lotely heavy quality, rich black Swiss manufac- ture. Fully guaranteed. Hegular price H.25 yard. Special' for Friday and 'Saturday, yard IRISH DAMASK CLOTHS 1 Aohcroff.Potatoes. We have just received a car of thego celebrated ''pplatoeV. Tiid Croft potatoes In' tn'.iOO .Ibi.-sa'clva. (f-o Friday and'Saturday only, sack Anotlior shipment 01 iwrnestic Pack apples re- ceived, conalsttne of Jonathans, Wagners, Northern Spy, Winter Bananas, Yellow Newton and ftO CC Pippins. Friday and Saturday, caso Dominion Soups, vegetable and Tomato, fn Special, five Una for...................... 3UC A GREAT SAVING IN SOAPS Sunny Monday Soap, per CA Friday and Saturday, five cakes for uUC Family Soap, per cake, 10c.- Friday, anj J r Saturday, five cakes for 13C Kalry Soap, per .cake, Friday and fn Saturday, five cakes (or DUC NEW' STOCKS JUST ARRlVEO Wngstaffe'a Cut Peel In one pounif boxes. Dates, Shelled Walnuts, Almonds, Spanish' Onions, Cucumbers, Celery. Grape Fruit arriving dally. Beer In Mind Make No Charge for.Our Delivery S.erylee, "Tha Store, for' Service 'and .Quality" 15 PER CENT. OFF ALL'ftUBBERS Wo carry a-'MIl range nf eizes, for every shoo in-first quality "MaltRao Cross" -brands. Phone in your order, BOYS'GLOVES Wop! Gloves for boys In heathers and sroy. Slsea 4 to 7. Week-end'Selling, 49C 'SUITS, Tweeds, Worsteds anri made in new patterns and stylos..Worlli and tijOQ Qt ek end-.Solling The season is here for real wool gar- mente_and in "Ceetec" pure.' closed crotch and all sizes; Worth Week-end suit .UU MACKINAWS We have the sole agency for this veil-known brand Pf Mackinaws, and prices1 are BOYS' COVERALLS For the house and outdoors, In blue strlpei, plain blues amt greys. Sizes two to six years. QA Weok-oml; Selllns ..PEABODY'S OVERALLS In stripes and plain blues. J'eabody'8, smocks tn slrlpas Hifd plain blues. Week-end Selling, An np per garment .....i..., yvtuv Week End Cretonne Specials Friday and Saturday Two lots of Cretonnes that .we are going to move out. First CoriststtnB of jjood designs and pat- terns. 7Sc, SOc and To clear, PA at bUC Second Conslitlng of beautiful patterns and colors. and To clear. We have Jujt opened up fifty rforen of English Tea PoU Imported direct from .tfie potteries In fancy and plain deilgnt, all sizes from three cups to evft, JC- (tt Cfi fnm 43C are also opening put shipments of beauti- ful fancy china direct from tho manufacturers In England. These make nice preients and they will not common an they are only found la Tha Hud- Bay stores. I .Don't overlook your floors. We have opened up the first 'shipment of the real Nairn's Scotch Mnos and 01! Cloths 5n four years. We import llmaft_dlrec.t. frprrt the mills and can eave you money on same as the Bay service enables us to lay these lines down at the very lowest, possible price. Carpet Sweepers. opened np a largo shipment 6t these colclira'lcd aweo'pors, Look the linos over and save Borne irioney on tho prlco wo offer them to you. ;