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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, XOYEMIJKH 18, VUE LKMBHIDGK I'MlLY HKRAlJi PAGE ELEVEN composed of Y1U ut'J Me Orairam tul exci'jtivc e.oniinJitt.'e wen.1 iliau wlih Iho splendid ti- suha of v. blih iu-1- Letl Ihe OrdiT desire 10 t'xprets their smci-re feraiiHule Lu all who coiitriL-Jtoil In any way to nuke fiindri will In home rurnMmiK r'o-' fie OJJtct- JOWa' ItOUVJ. ff ff ff r. PEflSONAL friends are reminded of the Kc being licld in Harper's hall 10- WEDDINGS O v 1 IIROOWJCK e Again Extend a Hearty To Those Who are Visiting This Store A stroll through the different departments at this time will help you to form some idea of the things you will re- quire for ChriElmas. We want you to feel at perfect liberty in looking round without being under any obligatioh to purchase. We welcome a comparison of prices with tliost of other stores. flic Auxiliary lo Ibe II. milled In ,.Mrs. .AiitsvrariL :s entertaining yi> Saturday LNuv. .is ber RucEts'MrF. Ctorgu Smith, si. from unlil C-cu-Lock: e ri- Miss. lo Ibe ivarstm ui Tliii t'.'.y ana V., C .A. IjlU'O arranpi'd :0 fcivf a tea i.r C-ininnrr. Mil 1 Catharliius mid Mrs. o[ I'allMi-y. Mrs. 'I'. Koiirnlfr, o' Xov Urunsu-loh, li visiting tier daughter. .Mrs. J. C. Pclcrs.-or Sill Avc. A, SoutLi. riftertioon 1 The tl.-> rcTL'iiicjiuy Mi. will served In (lit! lUalim nil! t..- sj: Uru'l'-vkV: v.ill n Cainnnro. showrooms ?.nd an atigmGutcJ orthej- j Cra will bu iu alicndaiiu- 0 CHURCHES AN! SOCIETIES All ci 1 I A Very tnilihslaslK; mt-ctirs or ihe jLartlns' Hotkey fluli was held last 11) veiling al i in.1 resldf-jiL'C of Mrs. llev. Dr. LangTcldi. ot Maple t'l SuV., [Dowsley. Flans for ihL- uimiiiK season is Ejirmlliii; a Tew 'lays iv. ;Iiojwerc fonnulMod tuid or- dry. Lbe GUffel of Dr. aud Mrs. jjjaiilzallcn Con- Iur- "alrtcreWo -falisfacliun WHS uxprvspcd___________. a ja( (lio keen interest lakou hy lallEta Gnidf-s (Si. are Miss Juyuos Itavt'E Uimib', for Of ilie chy io Oils rhi'a and ii attend a LIK'CUMK in Ml" Ti'iutno. ulic wilt in future ra-Juctltlcil thai a -lance would bu licit! lonEgtu ai do. i LII an c'jrly dattj lo i'Jiidj lor s [lie. purchase uf swi-atiTA and oihor; Tim UV.-K-y L-.idleV Ulum- will IIHVI Mr. and Mr.i. iu. A. D.unn, of. ncrcspary ciiilpment to make iriL- sport' lo'iior'-nv -ifitrnoon iu o'clock hi Lilclilicld, Minnesota, have returned ltt wicceiA. An Hit Wdius' i-httri-h (or to their home ufitr siiendEue tbt ji.isl i lUOIJlllK Itainc, u( Cui '.heir r-on. II. [wll) iiKide in Ihis ifor Hit drive being ;iTid sewing. will )iu .Mesilaniua I. no, :ui'J mi Mra. II. Curiwriylu, of s HHrgmaiin's liall lujjlRhi, under Ihu! inrtiuhly mfeaiiiiB ot Hu- wn, -Alont.. are In the city, ol liie Kentish Association. sir Uiili of Mrs. CaTiwriirnL's niulhcr. iatiu (.oimnlttoe In rhargc .Mrw. >1. iitliwt'ltzer, Hi. B. number oJ Ollizi-ns lo jaliondaiici1. .ol I '3lrs. Mills and Mis.- s Turin. weekend aus, citv, i or in I tip Mr. "anf] ytrs. Joliti i re ihcir s'crtillns annivcrsar; pt l iii 1 [ai'li'r's tlliki OU lie txct'ulivp romjiilitcc 'j tmeei :ii :t o'clock for a scasiuD No. 30S was drawn us tiic beforti MIL- regular meeting. iiuuiljGr fur Lhc lii'tn inblc of j 'iho Jteliekah bazaar. Tin; holder ofj i.adJoh1 Ai.] uf ilit- Dr. Dccmsui, of Ulaimioro, is a visE- ihia ilckcc way receive same by Churcli will mti'i al Iho. homo of Mrs -jlng at U2S Tih St. S. K. 35u'.' tiih -Avc. S.r-ut 2.IIU I on an-jriioou Jor a work C'iirislianeen A most surcppalul of Lbe j :imi I'lecfirtg. Dayton Women's Inslltulo was! v today UNov. ISjlicld at the Jiome ol Folcy on j Saturday last. During the aficrnoou i Mis. Carnino spoke or itc Mr. A.. F. Aiulrfcwa. lota! manager Lho Ot'Uvlt' Milling Co.. was s Jenljr called ensl on ac- L on ac- ount ol tlie 5erJous llbicaa of his father. Ktv. Altrcd Andrews, of Ihw- lingiou, Out. The Rev. Mr. Andrews was a Methodist, minister for a num- ber of years, coniinp lo iht many years ago. lie was at one time focalpd at -Lclb bridge. Tor the past fifteen; ycdri; he 1ms reslJeJ at Bur- liifKtoh, Piil-, Having been cdicinti Mat .News. or Hie conscitueiiey: Mrs. MeKclvic patig. and .Miss MetJilcutly epoke ol the success the orgTinizallon was inect- ing wiih in the scrvJnjf ot liot luncliej in the schools. Many maUcrs of local in lures L M't-re also dibcuascd, after jvhieli dainly rtfre-sl'iineuis were served by ilie hoslesK. Th'o Next-or-Kin will meet" iu llic Mcnsc Thursday.evening Jil "i.-'J tuticad oi on KriOay, as M-ES ly arranged. Mtinbcrs nleft-ie la' notice.' The buzaar licld.on 3-ilurday .iifier- nuon aud evening in Jhc I.O.O.K. hall under the of Jbc.'Rebo- hah l-o'dgc of w.itf.'i jlJronouncGd M'romptly.-aL Hev.. n'. v. McMlllen, formerly oflo'clocfc Mrs, riiaa. McKlllop dcllvcrril i Lcthtriilgc, Alborla, WHS this 1 her opening address nnd .acconl- into -Ihc pastorate "dlud a sincere ant] cntKirsia-idc recei.-1 Si. Jambs' church. An impressive At ihe concIuElon she was prs-. service was conduclcd by Yen. Btntctl with a large bouquel ol carna-i Young of Jxindon, and there waa a large congregation: Itcv. V. JlcMillen snccecils Her. n. J. Tcrftlns, ivlio a lew months wan 'ualkil (iov Christ .church, Omlliam, "dftcr thirteen years' service Insci-soll Chronicle. i Tlio cngagciuent is of Eleanor, rta laic Judge Johnston, nl Ihc of Bault Sit1. Marfc, ami of Mrs. Johnston, lo Mr! -Fate MulDck and of Sir Mulock. The ni rlagc ivlll take plnce in December. lions, tho being made by WINNIPEG, Nov. Neve. 1 of the roporteil alaiemcntd 6r Ror. 15r. Every boolh was conlinually pat-lamest Thomas, in Toronio, in whlcli ronlzed and seemed to claim equal in-1 commcnis were made on the sympalh- terest. There were four Uhlcs oj ulif. Hlrlko jHuallon.and.'ii i rial'of Ihe which IB charge cfj eighi lalioi1 leaders, a (clcgrani; has Mes James Carter, 'liusworth, GTJSI, been sent to'Methodist hcatlqiiarlcrs, lloacwarn, Neve and Prosscr, who were ablr assisted liy .Mesdamos j D. A. Smlih, i N. S. While oiul Dixou. The Toronto, by Lha Winnipeg soulU'dls-i trfet of thcj rlmrch asking) if Dr. Thomas was correctly reported.' H in Mated thai when a reply i: home cooking lihle. which" was cmp- j celvtd a mcetlns WAV called to Lied t'arly in llifl SOCIAL EVENTS v O v -I' id t'arly in llie aflernoon, was hi j tlie mnllcr. In the messagp, cimree of W. II. Morris, who was I the SouLh, Winnipeg district reputl-j assislcd Ijy Mrs. Klder The fated Ihr aaserMons ivhlrh Dr. Thomas room was continually ihrongcd wtin Is reported lo have inado. His point-j and ivas in chnrpc at Mes-1 cd out that his rccouL visit lo '.ijdamt's Mordcn and McCalluin. who peg was of only two or three wore iterated by Mosrtamea Mcrril duration and he lud no of aud Davis nnrt the' .Mfefea Donald, i nBi-erlaining Ihc facts or the opinion 4. Jlrs. u. p. P. Conyhc.irc, "River- view." enlercaincil at an elaborately luncheon today In honor or .Mr.-, (leorgo Sniilli. Snapdragons crt uscil ill the Inhlc ilccorntton anil were Inltl for twelve guests. Porter, Janes, l.ang and Ilealon. Mrs.' of or Hie church on.qucationg Janoyuc cul take, ivlille Mrs. ronnerlcd with Iho general strike or jiourcrl len. As Visual, al- j Ihc trial of labor leaders. Iraclod a large number .of tlie young Dr. Thomns was -formerly pastor of Miss B.'iProsser did her Wesley cliurrh, Vancouver. best lo Etc that nono were disappoint- Misses ilcuV.Vnmroe, Smilh and V. Sinclair had arranged lo tell 1 forlunes Rnrt Hronnd their remarks] of Hit o. B. S. and ihcir' n-otyul tbo ilesllnles of mnny o! ihc SAJM Qf All Fall and Winter Hats Up-to-date models in ladies, misses and children's hats, in velvet, plush, chenelle, doveline, fell; All at HALF PRICE For ihe Balance of the Season. it -v.-lll Lo lo tlit advantage of every womau and girl iu Luld- briiltc to look my stork of millinery over before purchasing her winter linl. Mrs. McMeekin 318 THIP.TKSNTH STREET NORTH C'Al.GARY, Xov. rang- ing from 60 per cent, up aa high as 1-3 per cenl., nndT in some Instan- tea, aonrlng to 200 per cent, were found to Ijo made ID shoes nml m sonic cason In cJolhlng, according lo Ihc cununary of the report prcparctl by Major Diirn-jn Stuart, lifgh cost of living sub-cominlssloncr, who conduct- eil nn JnvcsLlsalfon In Ho j IIQH completed Ills Hl.itumcut nnd IB I forwarding it to Ihe board ot coni-j mcrcc Jn Ottawa. I In dealing with the cvlilr-nrp suh- j mllLcd In connection with Ihc prices .of hoots and shoes, ..Major Slnart l-olnla (nit IhQt of the nine retail shoe- men who appeared he To re IhQ ront- mission nnd gave testimony, they a jirofll o[ on a tu'in over of anil shoes tlial coat them ll Is tliR Jilajor's roiilcinllon thnt If an emporium Whs handling It be pnl- Ufiirtory to lurn over the nt a profit of nl the Thu sUocincfi on ihc ctiit ivA3 gii'cn jis 50.7 por cont, ant) on the pales per cent. A Schoolgirl Said: "IJut Ilic Cryslal Dairy put ualcr hi Iho milk." wo do nol. Mo'licr Cow (toc.i dial. Klic jnltH 57% waler in bcr mllK. That Is enough, Our milk leslcil 1.2% lor last mwitli. Crystal Dairy, Ltd. I RED SPRUCE GUM f rera Uic fniUnlfde or Si np II In time Ao not Rimble wilh rm hfallb. Uwdcncr tO ytitt In Idli CWghJ, allkJ (ornpUhi >li4 OL 1 u> 1'orlr I A Beautiful Showing of NAVY SERGE DRESSES To.see theiti Is lo desire them, so dalaty ;irc they, and besides ihis, they are the drcssca thai aro so much demand now and can Uu worn for morning; afternoon, or informal Ing wear. They are veil lallored In a fine Jienje on lines that iced lo make one slight and dainty ia form. They cotnc in Uie Russi-in blouse and tunic effects wiih full back and IIP.UC. They are handsomely trimmed hlack, J___ miliiary braid, silk cord and self covered bat- tens, while many of Ihftni havo a veslee of Iricoletle In a conlnsifiif shade. A girdle of blnck silk cord aildi to the charm ol many ot these dresses. A Special Offering of 12 SlLVERTONE COATS Regular Value up to J49-50 FOR Tlii'sc carnc (o hand quiti: recently an] ihr ofic-rcil splendid value coosfdering iliu materials and tlie lailoriug of ganncnts. They have ihc belled fronis. yoke Lac-ki.'dcep'eullarc; potketE, are ihrce-quartcr linod aud button trlnmicii. you neod a servicoahli: thai will he both I'piuforisblt: Elylish you will do well to tutu of iliis OJILT. arc and aiVj Men's Wear Department 23 ONLY, MEN'S ODD UNDERSHIRTS Heavy ribbed wool, assorted siies. Reg- ulai Special while lliey last MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHIRTS Made ol a BOoJ quality tweed, color light grey, sizes 15 to Wortli today Special wLila n nf Ihov last TWO ONLY, MEN'S ALL WOOL SMOKING JACKETS N'catly trim- luc-d. sizes 3S and 12. Britisli make. Worth today, Special BOYS' HEAVY RIDBED WOOL Sizes O'i lo S'.i. SILK SKIRTS GREATLY REDUCED In ineSEelaiocs. tafrelas acU wash satins. Very aUriH'tKy and slvliih models featuring the [locKeta on either side. Self covered linllons anil plealinB" al Ilic lop. In new siripc eltecls. ncgutav value up to fS.OD, itlth a fciv it JU.75. r nf) For....................................................... HERE IS A CHANCE TO SECURE A BLACK UNDER- SKIRT FOR The material is spun glass, a aalerial simitar lo silk U'.iMa.- IL has a lustrous sliccii aud'Ehould EiVft good of these 7 7 C I.I J Special pricf, lo MEN'S ALL WOOL AVIATION Silk lined. Regular FIVE ONLY, HEN'S, MEDIUM WEIGHT AMERICAN MACKINAW brown and red broken chccfcg. [f A Special, MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED COAT colors grey, ma- navy. Regular to A Special 4.95 '-House Furnishings You wilt find, our slock of-House Furnishlng.i pariicuiarly inter- esting at Ihis time, when FO maay lovers of the House aro adilioR an exlra touch here ard Ihere In preparalfon for ChrjElniau. tesiivitipp.-Sonic of these goods arc on display in nn.p of our windows, othere may lie ECCII In the department. We tball a visit, from you. A items ol'inlprest ire mentioned Hji'NHv. CUSHION FORMS Filled wIUi Koyak. or IlusslaTi IJown and a good alrocg cotlon. You ran hardly ICH ilicm from down and ibcj- ucier gel iiard or litiro Uicm In three sizes. 20x20 inches, at only..............- SI.40 each 22x22 inches, at each 23 inches by 3 inches, round, at only 1.85 each Km I'uverlnK Iflcsu forms we have n moat beautiful selection ol und cbinlv: nt from _35c up to per yard Also Art Sateens at, yard...........40c up to 90c Toy Department We put fn a window of toys last' week' and the result was llial many tamo nnd bought their toys early. If you do not fed inclined to do the saine ot iireatnii, a visit to will cnfiltlfi you lo coiDjmrc prices nnd aspisl you in .u.ahlrig.a al a lalcr. date, A few iTrc offered FOR BOYS v Carptnlcr Tool iets 35t to J5.00 Mechanical Trains lo Electric Motors tg 17.50 Steam EngTnss, Mechanical Engines and Traction Engfnti froni .................................................51.75 to And Many Other Smaller TOys and (James FOR GIRLS Sleeping Dolls, with real hair and dressed, from SI 25 to (5.00 Small-r Dollt from..............................-...-'... 15c to 53-50 Granite Cooklnfl Small Tin Tea Sets from lo 7Gc China Tea Setc from............................... and JJ2.75 Stoves and Ranges from..................-........... to J2.25 Picture and Story Sfloks auilnble for boys and from tOc to And Many Cther Smaller Lines Too Numerous to Mcntfon in DetaiP. Grocery Dept. Roman Meal, per packet.................. 34c Catsup, Libbys, per Trout, Deep Sea, per tin.................... 20c Codfish Flakes, per tin.....................2Sc Dry Goods Dept. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Yes, that is quite (nie, if you have the goods ana viiiira TO tack v-.our artvcrlisements. We claim iu have uoth touils values. Onr staple denartmcots are packed with marked at Ics.j ;han Ihcir liTcsent Many ot Ihe numbers arc marked at Ifiss llian whole- sale- And Ihcso prices sire regular prices, not marked specially for any particular sale day, consequently it Tre (leddc to give special prices you are reaping a double oenefii. You have only lo look round lo appreciate this. The followtoE prices aro especially flue tor Tue.-. day and Wedcc-sday HEAVY WHITE watri goode: For weaf ami sen-fee. 36 inches Hegular price 50c .yarn.. Special, tills week, yard........................'................... LARGE SIZE CROCHET very aUraclivc designs, ulzc 72x60. While only. Hegular price 44.50 cacn. To clear, o 90 5 ONLY, COLORED size. Coiuea iii navy and white, sky and while and red oul price45.30Ijr >JQ each. Special price, lo clear, eacli EXTRA LARtE FINE .COTTON goods are of Ijic hest American make anil aro much helow ma'rkcl price at ihe regular S7.95 pair. Size SlilOS Inches. We shall'ortcr a limited quantHy of these lor Ihis week only at UlB extraordinary price ol, c 91" pair 0.43 SILK DRESS shades. This beautiful clolli s'clls nlarly at ?2.25 a yard, and Is >TVOrth today yard. All this -1. week, -yard 1 WHITE OR PINK MESSELAINE inches wide. Very firm ann lustrous finish. Regular price {2.J5 yard. To clear at. -i in yaril 20 YDS. ONLY, BLACK "FLORISWAH" inches wide. Guar- anteed for two seasons. A splendid silk, ilegular price J4.7.7 o yard. To'clear, yard NOVELTY platris and overche'cks. 'All new. 36' inches wide'.. Regular prices from ?2.70 to 5A.SO yard. To clear HITS wctV.o OQ rn show.- Prices, from, each." 7Sc lo J BUTCHER BLUE ciualily acd fast colors. 30 Inches -.vhle. lleevilar value yard. AH this [our ynrds for A LAST CHANCE TO GET sreat reductions. Til" stock of these goods is running low. We slill have about 50 lo I OQ sell, llogular price J5.00 and i5.50. To clear, jit T.JiJ Dates, Dromedary, per packet Dates, Excelsior, per packet 27c 23c Yeast, Royal, per packet..................05c Flour, Seal of Quality, sack.......... Flour, Seal of Qualily, 49s, per Sweet Potatoes, 2 Ibs. for -..................25c PHONE 313 NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Shoe Department THE HUDSON'S RAY TRAPPER BOOTS Fur hoys ami youths are all sollil leather, ivilh good weight heavy sole mul solM Icallirr counters. BOYS' TAN GRAIN BLUCHER Sizes 1 lo 4. 54.SO SUcs to 5. Pries J5.0D BOYS' BOX CALF BLUCHER Slits I to 4. Price ......................................44.50 Sins to 5. Price tS.1t BOYS' ELKOLA BLUCHER Sizes I to 4. SlKJ to 6. Alto a nice drctiy ihofi In tan calf, solid rubber heel. Sires 1 to A. Price...................................... Sizes to 6. Youths 1'nn Urnln hluclicr bizcs 11 lo A Art Trice 4.UU Yoiflhs' Cnlr TropiJcr.-Sizes 11 In I OC Price Voulhs' Hkola Illurhcr II ;o 13.. 1'rltc 4.00. (The Bay (Tomnany ;