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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1920 THE LKTffBKIDGE HERALD SEVENTEEN MILADI FHONB UM SOCIAL Mrs. Renwlck was the guest ot honor last Tuesday evening at a de- lightful bridge given by Mrs. C. D. T. Becher of Maciebd; 'Jf Mrs. Skewing was hostess, at Mac- leod on Kri4ay compltmeutary to Mrs. Renwlck. v .DUTY What shall I do to gain eternal HfeJ Discharge aright Tile simple dues Vita which each day is rtte; Yea, with thy mljht, Kra perfflri schema or action tliau I devise Will life be fled. While he, who over acts as conscience Bh'aifiits; 'inoiJga 'dead. Translation. -.-x PERSON AV i ilr. C. B. Bowman and Miss Matsle left this morning for Vic- toria, B. .'C.; where ft'iiss Bowman wll enter St. Margaret's Mrs. James Llvl'e daughter Marion and Mrs. and son George have booked 'passages; on tho Krnpress of France for Thej sail on Nqve'mlier 27th for an ci tended trip In Scotland.. Rogers left, today1- .-fo? i visit to Claresbolm and Calgary. f G. B. AildinKlou ot Olds is i visitor In the city.' i 'I a (iena Hepburn, who has bee' Ihe guest ot Mre. .Kniosl Catder, lett Thursday. for! BdilctinY Mr. Thoinns Pnrspns. of Weybuni t tu the city with his parents, returning to his home tomorrow. Dr. and Mrs. Maclean, formerly of armaiigay. Alherla, who have been Jic sues- of ilr. and .Mrs. H. W. Ross Edmonton, havo taken an apart- ment there for the winter. Hon. George P. Smith, who suffered dislocated shoulder in an auto- tobile accident in Edmonton recent- y, Is progressing favorably toward ecovery. i Mrp, McKinnon and 'son Leonard this morcliig from. a vlsil In California, and are the guests.'of Mr. arid Mrs. Harry 1Y Hudson. Mr. and Mra. WUliain Emerj- and tmlly are leaving on Monday for'a isll to England.- Mrs. Harry NasTiI ote 'ot the 'raos esteemed and old time residents o :he Livingstone Pinche Creek, Montreal. Mr. Nash her husband, is a forest ranger at thi Miss Olive who has been 1 the city tor a couple of days speak Ing Iho religious conference, lei Sask., who has been spending a eouplped at Cranbrook. yesterday for Edmonton. Mrs: D. B. Darley and little daugb ter have returned from Nelson, whei they hare been the guests of Mra Dartey'a mother. A. be a visito In the city tomorrow and will preac at the United church. ReT. Lytle wa In former years" pastor of the Nort Lethbrldgp Methodist church. 'A Chinese mission has been opei Before going out in cold, wet weather- have a cup of'hot OXO. It gives warmth and energy 'and the risk _ ofachii Tint if 4 anilO I Mrs. A. D. Ferguson entertained ,t Monday evening at her home 'In acleod In honor of Mrs. Renwlck. The Cheerio Club held a most e yable dance In Harper's Hall ou mrsday evening. There was a large tendance and as the Boor was iu shape and the music of tho best good time was shared by all. Dalni> freshments wern served.. A very, pleasant', tinie was ..spen ast evening at the i United church all, wheu soine iuotauers iu fiiciiuS "vf S Iblp" .Class held their monthly social. Jirig.' games" aud comjfetltlonV'wero Items of Ihe evening, fp.llow- d by refreshments. Much, credit- Is tie thei.soclal committee for the good M Iss Ethel 1 b grani, whos e mirrlage ,kes -place shortly, was the ralsou 'etre of- a charming shower given ast evening. In'her honor, uy. Mrs. lugb thirty guesls vere present, who showered tne brlde- o-be with many useful and beautiful resents. The main part 'of the even- is was spent In dancing. Mra. J. D. Matheson of Macleod was at home last Thursday in honor if Mrs. Renwlck, of Macleod: The rooms were decorated with a profus- on of yellow ted carna- ions, the tea table being prettily .ar- ranged wllh red 'Mrs. Malcolm McKenzle poured tc'a, assist- ed by Mra. Kennedy, JIlss. Gladys Jones and Miss McDonald. Mre.- J. McDonald won the prize.. Among iri "gray those present were: Mrs. Ferguson Mrs. Lindsay Mrs." Em bury, Mrs. Sleele (Plncher Greek) A. T. Leather, Mrs. J. W. McDon aid, Mrs. Becher, Mrs. Mrs. John McDonald, Mrs. Skeldlng, Mrs. D. W. Grady. Mrs. Young, Mrs. Stnilhers, Mrs. Shearer. The Commercial Traveller's dance held last evening In the Masonic Hill was 'a 'sweeping success.- 'About' one hundred and forty'were present. The program for the dancing''was splen- didly arranged and the music aud floor "were without a.Haw. Those the travellers: from (the Lsthbridge'district, their wives and many invited guests from tho City; Mrs. H, M. Smith ot.Macleod enter- tained at bridge.last Wednesday In honor of Mre. Renwlck, who Is leaving to mako her home in Calgary. Mrs. A. T. Leather was the fc-rtunate-win- ner of the prize, tho rooms bolus very prettily'decorated with yslloiv 'mum.-.' and red tea '-tnblo looked very attractive w'.th pink; and white carnations, and 'was- presided over by'Mrs.'A. T. assisted by Miss Gladys Jonca arid Miss Mar: garet McCartin. The guests Included Lindsay [Winni- Mre. Embury. Mrs. Steele (Pin, cher Mrs. A. T. Leather, Mrs. Milburn, Mrs. John "McDonald, Mrs. ikeldtng, Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Renwlck, Mrs. Becher, Mrs. Martin, Sirs. D. W. Davis, Mrs. Grady, Mrs. Strulhers, Mrs. Shearer, Kennedy. SATURDAY The Bay From 7 till 9 PLAIO AND VELOOR MAKE A SMART SUIT Some of- the smartest suits of the season show a very'Interesting'union of two kinds of cloth: Or' It -nay be tuiture in In the Ready-to-ff ear Dept FLANNELETTE NIGHTGOWNS for children. Saturday Night Spe- nr clal.................. SA.TE6N UNDERSKIRTS Tucted fiGiincc sad ruMed flounce. Por n J> Saturday Night Special FLEECE-LINED VESTS AND DRAW- !s a heavy fleeced garment. and tor Saturday 41 OS Special......... Ages 4 years to 14 years. Regular Jl.SO garment. _" SILK strap, silk strap of the same material; slipovers; laco and' rlbboa trimmed. Regular aud values.- .Saturday. Night fn Special................. VOILE AND'SILK VVAISTS Come early If you ivant one of these vcsl Hegutar HM to {T.flO, WAIST line ot walEts, habutal .end .white ,Tolle, in differ- ent styles. Special for Saturday night ..r... that cloth 'of the dllfereiit weaves.' 'IS' Th development- of attractive and youthf ul looking ;suVl. It originated y' wool '.yelout: combined with plaid velour in and gold ruako a The plain skirt, slightlyVgnthefed at the waist- line In the backs is made entirely of the plaid. The icoaf Is Interestingly collared wllh'it. A, novel touch Is re- vealed in the. jet'.buttpiis that match the black velour.. hand- gray. LADIES' CURL'lNG CLUB A meetini; of the'Lelhbrldge Ladles' CurllnJ Club will ho held on at A. All members.-and'.otheiis ed to at- impbridnt' business transacte'd..'" BLEACHED SHEETS A real live special in sheets, ready made, hemmed ends, All ready for use. They are worlh to each. Saturday Night Special, each SILK Fine plain weaves In pure silk, assorted colors, and all full yard wide goodil Odd colors snd odd prices from our fast selling lines. Values up to yard. Saturday Night Special, yard SWEATERS A few pullover sweaters, without sleeves. A final clear ance to these odd garments. Values worth each. ANcLs'qCIETIES J..-- The C. P. R. sooUl. and athletic club are their pc Tuesday Comrrmnlcants 'ChUrch o England are asked ttj'nole; A Chicago woman two months ago weighed '225 pounds, She train- ed tinder the supervision of the city health department, and now tips the scales at 1G1. further notice the ,earlyj celebration of the Holy Communion will be hel In the cliapel (Sth- Street no In: the. church, o'n all Sundavs exec tivals: lime 8.30 a.m great fes Crockery Dept Cups end and Plates, Per Set Set eonsisU of one cup and saucer and one bread and butter plate, In tho. cele- brated Addersley's chine. Rose, shamrock or thistle patterns. Price for Jo Saturday at, per Individual Teapots, 26c Each have a small lot of these embossed earthenware Individual Teapots', to at this prlco. Saturday Night Spc- OCl cial, each Six-cup Size Teapots, 48c Each Slx-cjip size Teapot, with the lid that cannot fall off. Good quality brown enrth- Saturday Night 48c Dry Goods Dept. LA01EV, SPORT assorted designs on check, with good elastic. Tonight, from 7 to 9. 2 for ,V....'.1DC MOIRETTE FOR Heavy duality, rose; emer- ald ana royal. 36 Juches wide. Worth yard. Tonight, from .7 to'S, yard STRIPED and. 36 Inches -Tide. Six bolts to chooso from mariceu iSo and" 5v5 yard, and wort Tonight, from 7 to .WHITE COTTON for general purposes 36 inches "wide. Today's 35c yard SCO yards to clear, 7 to 9. at, i yard 'bhUdreu's HEAVY RIBBED Slzes to. 10. Regular price 50c to 76c. tonight, t W lot A PAIR Off MARKED'PRICES S bolls of assorted DRESS GOODS to clear at HALF PRICE. Men's and Boys Wear HEAVV OF1EY WORK ..Saturday tolght. 3 pairs nA. for......... 'BOYS' TWEED 2t to 27 Regular. and ?8.oO. Snlur- fjA day. nlBM BOYS' WOOL navy and red; SO to ZG. Regular'AI rtA ?8.76. Saturday uight Grocery Dept. Bmperor Welch's 1 Ib. jars................ Welch's Peach! 1 Ib Jars Welch's Fniltlade-T- 1 Chocolate 1 Ib. boxes, special ...30c ,..35c ,35c Saturday Night Special, K A BOYS' SWEATERS A-liig lino ot boys' pullover sweaters, (n red and navy blue. Some fasten on shoulder. Pliro wool. Values up to J3.2G each. Saturday Night Special, .for LADIES' VESTS AND DRAWERS Ladles' fall and winter weight of heavy-cotton under- wear, 'llgh neck and long slcove Good full sizes. Valttes worth each. The Women's Auxiliary Mary's church are holding their an hual sale of work on Wednesday a te'fnooh, Nov. 24th, at' 3'Vclock in the Parish Hall. be a plain npcdlcwork and apron' stall, pantry and candy-stall. Afternoon tea will be served. The sale will be followed by. a social evening. The 0. W. A. are. planning a Christmas tree, in ,cdnjunctipn with tho Military D. B. The WEDDINGS PARSONS A very pretty wedding was solem- nized at S p.m. Thursday evening at the home .of parents, 1277 3rd Avenue South, when Rev. C. B. Cragg united In holy matrimony Grace Alice Parsons, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. This. J. Parsons, and Wei- don J. lihoSes, second son'ot'Rev. J. Rhodes arid -Mrs., Ithodca, of Edmon- ton. The tjriile, who was given away by her father, 'made a' charming pic- ture in white satin and georgette with bridal veil and orange blossoms wear- ing a corsage bouquet of ophella -MIES, Dalsyvnussell .acted; as bridesmaid, wearing while taffctn anil georgette with picture hat to match and with' a corsage bouquet of roses and carnations. Mr.' Paul Rhodes tho' front. .Saturday Night Special, each COVERALL APRONS A big full sized well made coverall apion. Made with Dutch neck, and neatly trimmed. Good 'assortment ot col- Regular J2.60 each. Saturday Night Special, for............... CORRECT DRES3 FOR WOMEN BIG SALE OF COATS TONIGHT SHERATON Thos. Sheraton, 1751-1806 Sheraton, probably the most artistic of the treat Georgian designers, loved straight lines and rectan- gular treatments. He a matter in the ute of inlay. The Sheraton Cabinet o! The NEW EDISON "Tfit PfaMpaph viA embodies the tapering leg, to to the great iluigner. The grille is typical of Sheraton and the inlay is applied in har- mony with his conception of usec-finUy. Thisheautiful cab- inet ii in keeping with the won- derful iwtrunvent it encases. Call and ask to see the Sheraton, Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. v 315 6th St, 9. PHONE IMS Last year the (J.W.VJA. did not hold such an affair but contributed money to J.O.D.B. Christmas enter- tainments. This year, as a military chanter has been organized, they will have one of their own.- T- detail has been'overlooked to assure the guests of the ladles ot St. Patrick's church an enjoyable even- ing at their "At Homo" being held Tuesday'evening In'the Masonic- Hal! November 23. Cannoneer's 'orchestra Iu attendance. The women of MoOso Heart Legion will meet In tho Moose Hall on Mou day evening next, .'Noveinber 22nd, a S, o'clock sharp. Initiatory degree will bo conferred and other Importan business will be discussed. .The senlo eglon requests a full and prompt at tcndahce. The members of St. Mary's W. A will meet at Iho homo ot Mrs, Pear 80ij on Monday afternoon at 2.30 to lheb purpose of pricing-the'goods an finishing off the goods for the bazaarJ livery member Is requested to attend-! i Tho Parish Auxiliary will meet ns usual Monday afternoon'In St. Augus- lin's'Hall at 3 o'clock.. A3 this la tho last meeting before the bazaar a full attendance Is requested, There will bo a celebration of Holy Communion nt St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock Instead of 8 o'clock on Sun day. The Art Needlowo.-k Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Houllon on Mon- day afternoon at 3.o'clock The Cheerio Club intend holding another Hard on Decem- ber t'lli. Invitations may bo obtained from D. Wilson and John. Boston, ahonc 1411. ho bride, ;was-among the guests. The oung-'couplo wore the recipients o many'useful and pretty gifts.. They reside in the .Victoria Mansions PRSNOELV BACHELORS The Duke of .York will, make his In the future with Xhe Prince jf Wales in that portion of fit. James Palace formerly as 'York House. The household at the two princes Is on a most Rlmple Bcatb, ,nd far below that deemed necessary >y many wealthy young bachelors In London lit tho present day. Sir Sidney Oievtlle will have con- trol of this joint household. Apart- ments are still reserved jarn' for both Prince Henry and Prince George, but as they will bo almost constantly away upon tUelr military uaval duties respective- ly, Princess Mary now be the only one. of the family of the King and aueen to bo constantly vwltU' tholr majesties'at Buckingham: Palace. Angus i young farmer near Calriavllle, by hl'a clothing catching In the ot a gasoline engine. The "war of tho union" begins shortly after tho marriage ceremony ends. MRS. A. VAN WINKLE, Lieutentnt of who visited .Ontario this week. the sealed air-tight carton keeps it "Good." Red Rose Tea comes to you.with all original rich strength and rare flavor fully retained. The Green Label is Blue Label it better. Red -Rose Coffee meets the desire of Weatern Canada for a real good Coffee ;