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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 19, 1920 DUSK OF THE Y6AR Octtfber'a sunset tints hare vanished now; Scarlet and-bronze and gold that met the oyee Hs76 slowly November i Are clouds, and i gray .the AsVif i own Tho mirrored gleam v .glory j it k -had knoiyn.' Color is spent, aud melody is sped; Joy's volco is luo day; tonight belongs Xo -Biiah; of golden- no- songs; '-1; Forests' that 'once >knew; ecstatic Ctfvchoiring'birds ire still as cloister aisles, Where Moaks'islow pace, ..Ipregoing speech and smiles. Bu.t' through the trees the.unwastert stars Gleam with a clearer splendor as they swing, Bright pbalanxod. at .the Autumn's And'signal the stark com- forting: "In cycling life old Itat; old'.-bios; som dies, But i Beauty Is immortal as tho s Whitflesey. spent the week end b town'ylslllng with .her parents, Mr. and Mrs.1 H Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hay left last Thursday for LetbbrlJje where they will visit for about tea days with Mr brother, David Advocate. v -f m Mr. ani Mrs. A. D. Rui'6 were viol tors In the city from Bojr Island (hi: viJ4t't Mr. and Mrs: ,Johu OlEon ot Wbitla announce the .engagement, of., their daughter, :Blancpe VJolet.gJ dt.ftiversldej wlc'k, the marriage place IQ December. PERSONAL, jfr. J. D. Hlglnbothim Is in .Calgary alfenains a meeting, of The Lord Stralhcona Tnrst.Ur'iV' 1 1 t ulreet south, will receive tomorrow for-the first time'. o s Mrs. H. W..Meech will receive on .Saturday froijfjS to -t Robert Htynol'ds 'ot Pictur Buit'e IsjrlBlttaiK'at the borne of he daughter; Mre.'C. C. 'I" I j Day 'otMiJdeodi li( i vis K itof in the city atttadfegi........ Wi ioisf conference. city, attending trio Re- ligious. Conference. J. Parker is spending a couple ot'dnys In tho city before returning to While. Lake. i Miss Gladys Lethbrldse, the ta made rbeautlful'wlth pink Mrs. Mur'pny re whllo Mrs. A'. C (able being THIRTY PULLOVER SWEATERS TO CLEAR SATURDAY AT EACH Kounit. or V neck styles In plain or fancy knitted wool, embracing such colors as paddy, rose, ulle, salmon, purple, grey, -American beauty or begonia. These sweaters are attractively fasbioued aud at the price quo led are tC I1A exceptional..yiilue. Kach SPECIALS IN SILK UNDER- iFirfe doxea caratEofes, in :pink or white liabutal silk, fin- UhiiArJlh.lEfe tops aid others with bemsHlch- eoVJ5p and bavin's front, embroidered io rrenc'u jj-i special, each special, each of heavy habutai silk knickers, In wmta "and piiik.s Very special, to tfC TC ,5 a costume. CITY ACTIVITIES' Y. Auxiliary The Y.M.C. A.'auxiliary decided at' yesterday's special ;meeting to rmo a cafeteria luncheon on December 10 in the business section of! tho city. The piade .wlll'be'annorineed'jialer. Central' W. C.' T. U. of.the Central W. C ___________....._ ,__.taums" au4 T. U. heWyeslerda'y afternoon, it was" gypeophllia: -Mrs. J. Sehl to offer cash prizes for essay the tea-room, Mrs. contests in public schools, grades VV Mrs. Rogers assisting in serving. The VII and Ylll. .Mrs. Lounshery-.will be reception room was very inviting with in charge of the contest and tho sub- Its' bowls of yellow 'chrysanthemums jects will be those given by the Fro-. vincial W. C. T. .U. for those grades. and bringing many, pretty and useful gift's wnfr.tb.em.1 7' The series of whist drives to be held by the Women of Mossheart Alexander Gait I.O.b.E. are interested In-the sysi leTT.atic giving ot the Sir Alexander; Legion, got a last chapter, Wednesday evening, when .thirteen for THE NEW TAM' 'This ii'a regular Tani- Fits the head properly. In all- tbe new shades and tho new materials 4fi 'ifl Bolivia and Surdln- M. J TRICOLETTE WAISTS, waists, klmona style, worked; In jam henna sancj navv and black In all sties jfriO Aft Price fdr Saturdaj V1 SERGE SKIRT, und Uie bottom 24 J New accordlan skirt full 2fc jards arm Don t miss this bargain for Saturdd) to 29 At B'UY CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR NOW TMils tlie most treaoheroua time of the jear (or chil dren Help them to keep well hy providing them with viarm underwear Our stock embraces the best makes at special prices INFANTS' ALLAVOOb in the Reuben and uultoreil -down front style- 'INFANTS' AA to J gg CHILDREN S VESTS lu a good mixture of silk and wool and wool and cotton with long or short sleeves Sizes S DRAWERS In a good mixture of wool and cot or-ankle length and [Jn to 14 years Prices IfLtJV CHILDREN S COMBINATIONS in heavy fleece lined cotton .with long and elbow sleeves a-Ue and Knee length Sizes to U tl QC to dJO 71 'Prices f S COMBINATIONS, In a mixture ot wool and collon, m sizes to 14 years fry oc to AC Prices t -i CHILDREN S WINTER BLOOMERS In grflj arid black In sizes to H jeors frl PA pYiccs c J CHILDREN'S WARM, FLEECE-LINED WAISTS, well luneil. In sizfs 2 to 10 BOOT'AND SHOE DEPT. LADIES'BOOTS 20 pairs.ladles brown .boots, medium heel walk- ing 'shoes. Regular Jll.OO, for.................... -60 pairs ladles black, urld bro-wu, kid'boots, Louis and medium heels. -.Regular lip to' QC 1 lO'-'palrs'Wdles1 Comfort Shoes. Sizes 6 lo 8.. AC RiibberihceU attached. Regular GIRLS' BOOTS Hand welt1 sewn'soles, hlgli leg, lace coots. 'Sizes 6 to Regular jiSD, for MISSES; soles, -higri leg, Ijce or ntylW. BHtts il-to 2.inejuTa> A -v-i BOYS-'BOOTS 30 pairs of boys' brown hools, bluchor cut, sturdy, solid lealher school boots. Heg. fof. jllrown and black calf of-'Wa'ck kid 'lonlherfc, Soveril styles' lo choose from. Itegiilanup QC ontl to BOOTS oirgootf 'frtj work bpqlSV. ii> ?KoD, for A huge assortment of Remnanti of Dress Goods, Silks and Cottom. To clear at GREAT REDUCTIONS. From the Dry Goods Depts. HUCK TOWELLING 16 inches wide Very firm quality. Regular price 35o yard. Saturday bargain, >4 20 LBS. ASSORTED SWEATER WOOL In 1 oz. balls. Including all the'leading makes. Regular price 40c ball. Saturday special, ball......... GREY KNITTING YARN 11.49 seU.- P.esular prico clear Saturday at, Ib. LARGE BATTS. FULL SIZE FOR COMFORTERS Pure baiting.) Regular price f2.25 each. Sat: nf .urday special, each........i.......... 6 ONLY, REAL DOWN COMFORTERS In Blco blue and rose shades. Size 5' x 6'. tflO QC Regular each. To dear 3 WHITE i 'ZS'lnch'es wide Firm Quality Regular 45c -vard. To go out at J ard, Cretonne Special, 59c and 98c Yard So many have heen so well pleased -willi the Specials that we-are giving the others who missed their cl'auco another two days to get your supply In. All shades, and to 5100 per f At sard is, per dozen Mall orders dated Friday or Saturda> mil be promptly filled J SATURDAY SPECIALS FROM MEN'S WEAR DEPT. THE ONLY REAL MACKINAW IS 'CARSS' and we agents Boys' and men's at a discount Saturday. ALLLESS19PER.CENT. BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS ,-In all Styles, sizes and colors.. To cleaiv .Saturday at PER CENT. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS All sizes, styles and cloths. Clearing Sat- urday at j LESS 20 PEIf CENT. BOYS' WOOL SWEATERS In brown -and. navy, button: shoulder. Regular AA ?2.50 lo 12.75, Clearing, Saturday at 1 MEN'S ODD PANTS and s6rges. In all sizes. LtSS 10 PER eENT. FpR SAT. SELLING GROCER DEPT. Cheese, medium jars.........70c Choice Dairy Butter.............-----60c Choice Creamery Butter..............62c Grapes, per Ib...............'. -......35c Grape Fmit at, each..........18c and 20c Oranges, all sizes, will arrive Monday; Celery, lettuce, green ar-: 'rivals daily, NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY ;