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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1920 PAGE ELEVEN will entertain' Henry tho do- O tloc pktarc director, and hi 9 company Uf COMFORT f rweh tMtthtt I seek, Mf itagBCtb may fill Or bmltjray at tie peak LeapoiU uaall me, I never gain comfort for ay ,ot who. are Aiming "C'or- poral there. ani Hiss Aird assisted in serving. d'etre of a delightful of Calgary waaja visitor In the. city yesterday. PRINCE AT WEDDING 'LONDON, Nov. As soclated Prince of Wale attended, the wedding today, of..Hon Piers Legli, son, of: Lord Neviton an( Mrs. 'Alfred daughter in-Iaw of.Lord.. Sbaugbuessy.bf Mont real. The D'uke of Connaugbf sent gift.'. The cercmoiiy was vers flui and thero was no reception BIG REWARD FOR MAN WHO SHOT WINNIPEG OFFICER WINNIPEG, .Nov. (Camilla reward.of for Info Daily Fashion Sj A BRAID AND FUR TRIMMED SUIT Gray uvelyn in a very paio sbade chosen for the development of this at-, tractive salt The, c6at is cut quite long and fastened with'fpur grey bdne is open, however, it reveals a tailored vest bordered with embroidery. This is qulfe au effective trimming, it'Is? made of narrow, black braid, embroidered on pieces of of de'cora- tlon' enriches :the 'Coat, which 'is fur- ther embellished'with moleskin pock els: The top, not quite full length, are similarly trimmed, while a tiny caging of molesttn mahes an'un- usual ciiff. Black' hatters' plush Is faiorcd for the hat, nhlch is trimmed with flowers cut from white broad cloth BREAD PRICES FALL MINNEAPOLIS, -Nov. bread prices in Sti Paul and Minneap- olis dropped one c'ent on pound loaves and .two. cents and a-half loaves today following-similar reduc- tions by wholesalers. EX M. P. P. KILLED 1 EPMUNDSTON; N. B., Nov. Chailes L Cjr, of'St Leonards for raer member tor': Madawaska in'' the Brunswick legislature, hotel pro prlctor, ind one ot, ttS best kuonn mation leading to. the arrest of ithe slayer of Alexander McCurily, provin- cial morality and -the wounding of James Uttley and Jack Dineen, membera of the squad -in .the- Stock Hotel, St.- Boniface, last Thurs day, was offered by the provincial gov- ernment atrthe Instance-of thei attorn ey-gone'ral's office.- Police assert that "James Brown" who did the shooting is James Bulier, ______ ______ ___ alias Dullard, known I a trolley on ih'b N_ B. throughout' the 'west as a notorious hunting camp in Viclom counts 'He safe breaker, confidence man and'gun was" run down-at wlelder. The description of .the slay- freight train, cr, as 'given1 by surviving members of the liquor raiding party, tallies with the descriptions furnished by Winni- peg, Calgary, Reglua and Blncouver police of Builer. of tha' upper St John was killed uhlle nd "OLD BILL, ME AND THE INCOME eir on Men- t to be fol- by; a social at their I be present, of Novem- A pioasiug eV urday at noon w Intcre'steil'aie u'rgeritly requested to Jlrs. C. B. Jlui-pby, 1279 3rd Avenue south- Is giving a iniscellanequa show itfjfat. St. Palclok'a c presented Wri a' TAX.1 With of 'the estoem. of L? l Tte Women's Praas Club of Calgary i9 a most unique party, for Thursday of this wcok, when tho club iiltqa' of tho Wesley wlll.hifiet.wlth Mrs. Lay- cock, 330 9th slrcifv tomorrow aflcr- noon at 3 o'clock) Christian Scionco society, Hull NURSING PSION SAILS FOR RUMANIA 'Canadian nursing sisters, all of whom served In tho great war, Bailed Wat Friday from Montreal for hospital and nursing aciipol In the capital of Rumania uniier lha SlUspIcos-of tho Kiimanian'queen. Loll to right, Dr H Pclrosco, Rumanian fitacho at who is conducting tho p.irty oycrspus; who founded the mission, and-Hon. George of Callada. Although.his cartoons .deal, largely ith Hie life.of the'city, Caplalu Bruco Bairnsfather mosVot his cartoo_n work 'at.'bla coiiulry .house, a' quaint -Jcsi0ld maiior, built in the time of Crom now and situated In' the'" .village ot Waldrldgc, about five'milca from csbury. In speaking of IbB famous artist's methods.ot work, his A1. Mutch, says (bat wliile bualuces do- In. London for sev- eral days every week it ib In tlio couu, try that ho doca Ilia, best work, and whenever ho.1ms a job to finish on lime he dlHappears from- his Ixinflou house In KnlghlsbrirtgQ nnd re-, treats to ills, beautiful old English residence. l "Bairnsfather, however. Is by no. means a recluse. Waldrldge IB only the backwater In which Ills impressions are most easily but these Impressions are gathered by his keep- ing In lha closest 'possible touch witli the main stream And this not merely for the sake "of his art, but be- cause his temperament demands it. "No one.associated with father can fail to he Impressed by the manner in which the Uoirnsfather behind the scenes supports the Tialriis- father in the glaro of tlio footlights' Ho lives very simply and prefers the country to tho city. Many facets of life which shine out In London nro full (if Inspiration for him. Ills Interest In all sorts of humanllj, frdm Mayfalr to East End music hall, explains his ap- peaMo-all grades 'of society. His syni palmea nro ns wide ns life- itself.- "Nor does Biilrnefalher -work an eight-hour .day. and then hlo nway to a week-end diversion from'business. He 'works' oftdn twelve or-< fourteen hours a day without the slightest re- laxation; because when-ho'Io not draw Ing or. .writing1'ho Is shaping'and1 re- shaping ideas imlll.ho.is'saUsfiejl that they nra In suitable form for setting liown'on paper." As lecturer lialrnafather displays the samft cntliuslnfim. thai animates him in. his -work as aof humorist, His wit, anil.niagnctlsrt art la capture his audience, while cor ioona.that hi} draws bn tho to illustrate, p6lnfs Irt his arc Just.os wonderful A3 Ills Hon n'a a speaker. Balfhafalher's new. hill Me and the Incpmc .wlifch'he [I to dollver.ln this monlh, affords nnusiul scope for hfs Kohlus, and will undoubtedly ndi much to Ihe popularity that ho earned during his tour last year, wliftn ho wns not only greeted by thousands of Dalnisfntlicr but made n host unijr yromaii Judgo. In British Columbia f V Judge McGill. who ids tho unusually interesting poai- lon of being woman.judge n British Columbia and one.of the few wompn judges Immense Stocks of Quality Merchandise l j iis Store is Rich With o.o Our bread is a friendly It appeals to your palate and stomach and wins a place in your food- affections. Our bakery are designed to meet, with y9iir "fervent" approbation. Great Bargains Tuesday and Wednesday Morning From HEAVY BLACK This !s fully guaranteed to give -satisfaction in wear and appearance. 30 Inches wide. Rich' color and lustre. Cannot be duplicated today fo? less ithan yard. Wednesday (CQ Mortliig Special, "yard J A FINAL THE LEFt-OVERS FROM LAST WEbNESbAY IN SERGES, TRICOTINES, GABAR- DINES A COALINGS Many fine lines to select from. Ail to go SPORTS CORDUROY VELVET In new shades ot tan, rose, .and emerald green. 36 inches. wide. .New goods. Hesalar' J2.M yard. Toesdsy and Wednes- day Morning yard vltl LADIES' ALL WOOL CASHMERE HOSE oaly. Woald bo a fine slocking for girls. Only sHgbtly fashioned. Value ttortay f 1.50 -Tuesday ard Wednesday moralug 'special, pair .v DC CHILDREN'S STAMPED PIQUE BONNETS 0 In white only. 16 only to clear. prtce.SJtsf Tuesday and Wednesday Regular FOR SOCKS AND STOCKINGS 8 Ibs. only to sell. Real Scotch malte. Regu- lar prlca {8.00 Hi. Tuesday and Wed- hesday mojnlng special, Ib CREPE DE CHINE, WASH SATINS AND BEAUTY CLOTHS In nice shades 'of green, pint, flesh, black. Eky, white, maize, sand, emerald, grey. AJ1 30 IncSios-wide. ..All at HALF PRICE WHITE FINGERING Kina quality. Worth fS.OO !h.- 20 Ibs. to sell Tuesday and Wednesday morning rt, An no BOYS'HEAVY HOSE To be worn with moccasins or for akatiug. Regular prko 5160 no pair. -To clear at; pair .....tJOC FURS! FURS! THE hfEW RED FOX' STOLE A'ND HUFF FOR GIRLS at a price.that any mother can1 buy her girl a fox set. Price, each ,...'....i ...'...._., v. CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR We have .some old stock t left In Combina- tions, Drawers nnd Vests at'old prices in the alii Cecfee wool. For agea 1 year to 14 years. Combinations to and -Drawers..- to CHILDREN'S AVHITE COATS have a chipment of coats ID tlio white for Piain and belted. For ages 2 yes'rs Price, 15.00 to White Chinchilla Hals to go with these coats. SERGE MIDDIES AT Navy jack tar middles hive-just co'nie in for the school .miss. So this department -is com- plete at present and, along wilh the navy serge skirt, the costume Is com. CA A NEW SHIPMENT OF WOOL .SCARFS In the'two. colors. Made with the Tuiedo front, patch pockets, and buttoned bolt These1 are. smart and right up'to the minute' f Art 50 NEW GOATS ARRIVED'THIS V MORNING AT THE BAY, Buy while our stock' is Thev come ia All tka new matei lain nnd styles Don t am one'of these coats'at the price Price, to Tfitw are bs'ow the Men's Dept. MEN'S WORK PANTS Strohg and durable. "CARSS BRAND" is OUR SPECIALTY, Prices All LESS HI PER CENT. MEN'S FUR LINED COAT Full length and lined witli Russian mar- mot fur, in black shell. Clearing .it BOYS' TWEED PANTS A now shipment of boys' tweed pants. All sizes. Prices BOYS' WOOL SWEATERS Wednesday morning only. Brown and navy only. Worth and Ail At sizes to 28. Clearing at MEN'S OVERCOATS Wednesday, morning. We Iiave only a fewi .2 Navy and Grey at Tweea, full length, Boot and Shoe Dept. LADIES' PUMPS Kid and patent leather pumps, witli me- dium and Louis hecle. All sizes, np liegulnr valuo up to 511.05. At LADIES' BOOTS '.i': Brown and black, sb.idcs ot. kid- or calt leathers, with good sown soles and medium. or Louis heels. AU slzea. flr up to -At BOYS' BOOTS "Trapper" Is a good sturdy school solid leather throughout. ''Sizes 8 to 12 ____ Sizes 11 to 13y2 Si.zes 1 to GIRLS' BOOTS With .hand wait sewn soles and high tops. Bay (Tomnany ;