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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 23, 1920 TliE HER AID FIFTEEN MJADI Daily Fashion By Gsrlrurte Uerestnrd "Auld Lug and "They are Jolly Good iFellowB' brought a rery 'f'PRIEfiEHtMNQ pleasant evening 10 a magic mpoiti "i..- -'A-f ;'.i takes plica The evening Sometimes fainee, cards, Boul- tlmes 1'ni not sif lie' Drst 'prlsei 'and Miss And oft 1 pause and wonder the consolation. Dur- the green and go Id.- _ 'lag th, aveninj Mies Eileen Jones Iani.nptit..ehttd.r-- to be old. i '.'-or'- i Mrs. T: H. FkwtwoodeavAa Yery de- ('lllghtfulr'Bltower.Uwi tveijln'g in honor e .PERSONAL' _ .telectionV oh the piano.and Ulsi Wise sans., .Many Sirs. 0. B. Weller is a patient at 'he'Vaii Haarlem hospital. Hou. C. R, and Hon. A. J. are" visitors In Calgary. -iV. i ft, Lew la returned this tnorniSi from Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Senior are leav- ing: this week for a trip to England. 1 1 beautiful.) gifis .from company were presented (6 the guest of honor by the hostess in a dainty basket- decorated in, grey.and rose. Misses Eihel Ingram; .Jean Ingram, Boulton, Emily Boulton, Eileen Jones; Pauline Steakley, Dorothy Glayzer, Jessie Conn, Agnes Bullock, Lilian Procter, Haiel Perry, Miss Wise. CHURCHES.'AND SOCIETIES The First Aid c.lass will meet In the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow at Wednesday Morning We Are Placing Before You Prices irora Every Dept. for the Half-Day Spec ial Mr. and Mrs. C. Wells who have The Thistle sewing circle Trill meet at-the Lethbrldge Hotql. W. B. Fergoaon has returned' from epehdlng aJ few days'in Calgary, p. L: Howard, superintendent C.P.R. telegraph of tho Alberta district and Assistant General Manager Marshall of; "were visitors In Ihe city yesterday. MtBB Jean Jackson is confined to ibrhome through illness.'' Mr. and. Mrs. S. Stanford left yes-' terday morning for visit to Eng- land. Mr. and Mrs. L. Marshall 'have loft for Halifax, Nova Scotia, where they will spend the winter. W. J. Hodges of Taber was a visitor In Lsthbrldge yeslerday. .Mr. George Wa'inwr'ight ot Vulcan A DAINTY FROCK FOR INFORMAL AFFAIRS OF EVENING on Wednesday afternoon. The ladies'.ai'd'of Ihe Baplist church 'will meet at the home bt Mrs. Fez- 510 10th St N, W.eda'esday. There will bo an executive meet- ing of Ihe Military Chapter I.O.D.Bl on Wednesday evening, November 24, In the GJV.V.A. club rooms at 8 o'clock A' full attendance Is re- quested. 3 A special 'business rieeling of the Maple-Leaf Chapter No. 7 O. B. will be held lonight at 8 o'clock. All members are urgenlly requested lo he present.- The Lyceum committee have ar- ranged for a series of dances to take place during the coming winter Wednesday evenings.' The 3rst of fhe series will take place on Nov. 24, In th'e form of a Confetti ball. The Can- Thls quaintly picturesque'frock is fashioned from palo blue meteor and is admirable for tho young girl. The. skirl Is designed with considerable, bouBancy in the effect lhatj is partly achieved by slightly raising il. A garland of flowers holds this in posiflon and introduces more color, for the blossoms are pink, mauve and- yellow, with green leaves. The light tilting bodice has a short, flaring pep-. lum lined wilh pink meteor. A pleat-. Ing of the meteor marks the decolle. lage.-; Tiny puffs of-pink tulle make! Inleresting sleeves. The corsage quet in formal style repeats the color! ut tho garland; while a band of black ribbon encircles the walBt. has -bem visiting iri Calgary has hand Is furniBhing music for returned to his home: Sir. and Mrs.'U. A. Wilste of Poro- MTipsi a'fo Bpending a few. days In .iiiss tYeda Hagell is confined lo her home through illness.' Mrs. Stlckley has returned from a visit lo the7 coast. p -Hev. Lylle has returned to his home in Canton. SOCIAL The Herald Recreation club is hold- ing'a social evening lomorrow night Augustin's hall, tomorrow night opening ot the fall' actiYilies of the club. Mr. and Carter, 1618-3rd tho event. Hemember your engagement with the. ladies .of .St. .church at their popular Home" -in the Ma- sonlb hall; The Cannoneer's band In attendance. The treasurer 'of the Traveller's Aid committee gratefully acknowledges WEDDINGS On Nov. 22nd, at Ihe Baptist par- sonage by Rev. W. P. Price; Lewis B. Hempton of .Cardslon was married.lo Pearl Arlecn Bales of Aetna. -5 PROVINCIAt CHAPTER I.O.D.E..MEET6 HERE IN'JANUARY .The Provincial Chapter I. 0. D. E. has accepted the :'invilalion of Ihe ?1SO from the Lethbridge Rotary club LethbrldBo Chapters" to mceT hVre in and ?25 from the Maple Leaf Chapter i January and -a'ccordingly Lethbridgo No. 7 O. E. S. which will help to re- 1 will" have thei'pleasure of welcoming duce the loan on the Traveller's Aid the provincial members .it the begin- Home. nlng of nejt year, word to this effect (having been brought UP at the reg-r The regular monthly meeting of the ular monthly meeting_of the Munic-: Local Council is postponed Irom FrI- ipal Chapter 'held M. 0. A: day afternoon until Tuesday ot next last everjlng. A committpo consisting. week. 1 of the' Regents and VIce-H'egents of j'lhe 'yariqus 'Mrs. TLa November general meeting of starnes ag convenor.-was -apRointDd to the Mathesls club held In lheibcS1n an-angements for t1ie at the for' Wednesday morniug. SWEATERS Special for Wednesday 5. A beautiful range of Women's Sweaters aud young girls to be put out oil a table for Wednesday 'morning. These sweaters can be used in place ot a middy frC flft Regular S6.50 and 57.00 for WAISTS FOR WEDNESDAY A new shipment of Ladies' Hie ovef blouse effects, beautiful designs worked on the fronts. Short sleeve, Qp kiiupna style, for Wednesday morning V HOUSE DRESSES To clo'ar .Wednesday morning the entire stock ot light and dark Prints, all sizes, non't miss this buy if you need a house dress. one rack at one 4? QR ,'Regular Wednesday morning HOUSE DRESSES DliicV'a'iid' white stripe'Cotton Suiting trimmed with black buttous, patch pockets, piped around the neck. Tbis would make a nice afternoon house dress for small women AA only 16, regular price 510.60; for Wed. Special DRY GOODS DEPT. Wtsfluesday mpraingvUl again be Bargain Morning at the "Bay." These Wednesday morning Specials have been so successful that we shall continue them Indefinitely. .Your not be in vain it you are looking for re als bargains. Any ol the following Items are great money savors and FINE WOOL BLANKET COATING In dark .indistinct plaids'; ue.w goods, 5( Inches wide; 3 designs to select from. Will keep you warm in the coldest weather. 1Q Reg.'price yard; Wednesday Morniug per yard..... "FINE ENGLISH SERGE In navy only, puro tiye liotauy manufacture! BO inches wide. Regular price per yard and worth more. Wednesday Bargain, yard ALL WOOL VELOUR COATING In the most wanted shades of reindeer, fawn, pekiu, electric, mas- tic, plum, taupe, brown; These goods are 54 inches wide and usually sell for per M A AVcilnesday morning Special, yard I DONEGAL TWEED Imported quality, 54 inches wide, lovely out-of-doors effect, in matX sBu while miilurea'and brownish Reg. price J on 54.95. Wednesday moraine Special, yaW ...............A... GREY TWEED SUITING One piece only to sell, !j4 inches suits or separate skirts. Regular price and worth Wednesday morning Special, ysrd STRIPED FLANNELETTE The last time for these really cheap goods, 36 Inch Flannelette, In many good striped effects. Regular price 50c Wednesday moraing Special, yard LADIES'SPORT VEILS 25c goods, in nice designs; 2 gross to clear Wednesday. r morning at 2 13C 37c BOYS'WEAR Avo., north, entertained a number of will bo a book review 'Tour; tree for .aoldler's children., The Re their friends on- Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Senior who are leaving this week for a visit to England. Cards_arid dancing were enjoyed by all'present, the prizes for the whist being won by Mrs. T. Arn- old Mn A. Sprout, (gen- tlemen's Mrs. Senior and Mr. Field The alnging of member Is privileged to bring a guest i pointed, a committed :lo and 'It Is hoped many'-RB this.' ;Jn past years Horsemen of the Apocalypse." Eachfgenls of the various chapters were ap-i i tafce charge 1 the Sir Alex- will attend as a short meeting of tho ander Gait, undertaken etecutlve will .be held at a but that- to three and any member having any- in passing it over to tbo Municipal, thing to propose should have it in r-r -IK, the hands or tlie executive beforo others, thai every member cf Ihe I. that meeting. The Sweetness of is a natural sweetness idevebped from wheat and! malted barley Ibjr processing; I and long baking. You need add no sugar. 'J The rich flavor appeals 1 and the food is both nomical and convenient. Try for It builds health and strength 'There's a Reason AT GROCERS EVERYWHERE! "MaiteVy; Cinaiiah Rjshim r, Ontario. 3. fj. B. would ue iuicreaiKd Li u. Mrs. Starnes in a mollonj ,hal a tea he given al Ihe armories al; which llio piclUre "Canada's would bo presented, and thai Miss' Perdu, who has done distinguished ser- vice In Franco, be Ihe gussl of honor.' The TO; enthusiastically car-' rled. .j Mrs'. D. A. Taylor handed In her res-' ignnllon as educational secretary for'; Ihe chapter. A longthy discussion fol- lowed In .which various members ex- pressed keen appreciation of Ihe work of Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. saying that Hie Lolbbrldge I. Q. IX K. stands alone In Canada for its wonderful ucatlonal work, primarily on account Of .Mrs. Taylor's atlltude In hppronch- Ing the work, and galnlng.the co-optr- Ailon of the school board. Finally upon., motion of Mrs. Starnea II was moved'! that Mrs.'Taylor's resignation be laid! over tirtlll communication v lie held with Ihc Sir Alexander Call Chnpler. Mrs. H. Bentlcy, who Is leaving the clly shortly, resigned 'as organizing secretary, her resignation being Jic- copied with regret. Tho mailer of a successor was laid over unlll the next meellng. Sirs. K. H. Wilson was elected secre- tary lit take Ihe pla'ce of Mjs. Leech who resigned at a former meeting.. A motion from the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter was read, and approved, this being lo Iho effect lhat all special tnollons be delivered in writing lo Ihe executive twcnly-four hours previous lo the general meeting Iri onler that they may be moro thoroughly under- stood beforo being prcnenlfid to the general meeting. A motion lhal llio local bo to con. aider new schemos suggested by the National exocutlvo wos coramunlcatlcn was from the granting the use of. Oalbrallh schsol for an cnlertalnmenU'A motion BUgeeslIng that children of deceased or disabled sailora or airmen bb given asslalance'ln securing a sec- ondary cduciUsa carried. MEN'S OVERCOATS 3 only Navy Chinchilla "and Tweeds, good sizes; BOVS'SUITS In serviceable tweeds, sizes 20 to 27; worlb and PA 58.50. Wednesday morning BLOOMER PANTS Fn Tweeds apd Cprdtiroys; sizes 24 to regular 1Q "to lines, "Wednesday morning BOYS'WOOL-SWEATER COATS All sizes and colors; regular and AQ Wednesday SUITS Two piece Norfolk slyle, flne soil cord, worth 530.00; 7 Clearing Wednesday jilorning' BOYS'OVERCOATS In allsiyles and colors. WEDNESDAY ALL LESS 10 PER CENT BOOT SHOE DEPT. LADIES' PUMPS AND OXFORDS Patent, kid 'and .calf leathers, medium Louis and walking heels, goodyear McKay and turn QC'and AC soles; regular up to 00 Growing Girls' and Ladies' Walking Boots Drown and black shades of calf leather, 8 inch tors', good sewn Boles; Wednesday morniug LADIES' BOOTS Comfort good flexible soles and rubber heels; regular BOYS' BOOTS Thirty pair of Boys' good .sturdy school boots, GIRLS' BOOTS With hand solea, high legs, good strong and dressy school shoes. Sizes 8 to Regular up to 55.00 LADIES' SPATS AND BOOT TOPS White, brown, fawn, taupe, castor and grey shades A Wednesday morning GROCERY DEPT. FRESH ARRIVALS Oranges, per dozen........90c, Grape Fruit 18c and 20c Grapes, per Stilton Cheese, per pound 50c Choice Mince Meat in bulk, per 2Sc Celeryj Lettuce. DAIRY BUTTER ARRIVING FRESH DAILY NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY CROCKERY DEPT. CUPS AND SAUCERS AND PLATES Per Set Set consists of one cup and saucer and one bread and butter plate in the celebrated Adderaley'a china. ROM, shamrock' or to thistle patterns; price for Wednesday morning, per set.... INDIVIDUAL TEAPOTS 26c EACH We have a small lot of these embossed earthenware Individual ..Teapots to clear at Ibis Wednesday Morning SIX-CUP SIZE TEAPOTS, 48c EACH Six-cup size Teapot, with the lid that cannot fall off. Good quality brown earthenware, Wednesday Mornlpg Special at, each '4 'lpl1.-, :l-. -THROUGH WESTERN EYES f.. .'.f. tj ff 4. ,j .j ,j i, The Local Council of Women in Calgary have the following re- solution: ''That tliG Ijocat Council pf Women petition the provincial government to take Hie necessary steps to assure liuij JJoyie. proper 'leaching both. British and Canadian history in all schools within the province of Alberta and that Copies unanimously passed at the meeting of-mler and commenced to tell between tlio Local Council of Women last wGOk.! sobs an Incoherent alory. of her.boys I at the front. Khe Imd n-Ilne of mrdnls The oldiaccusallon that women are'on her brcasl. Tho premier lold her Inconseiiuenlal looks had EomOjthat her case would bo looked Into, fonnilatlon when we hoaf-that the wa-1 men of Ihe National Council, afler de-f Plans for llio big annual convention cldiufi that-wanton nhiinid have soinoJo bo htlcl in Edmonton in iinuary valuation 'or their services, and prepared at a meeting of the dl- valnly trying to reach a of the United Farm Women of Alberta in [be U.F.A. offices In Cal- gary yesU'tlay. f We hear a good deal about "modern" conclusion, put the solution up to Mr. of this resolution be sent to inn pro- Mass.. chlnis Iho terms ot her e mler and ihe minister of-educallon." 'ploymonl "called for Iransportalfon Not quite In luna with the veto taken lo church''every Sunday morning. Miss OallTicy, employed ns a cook In a Hummer home, near Marblehead, .drfere and Us horrors. Tlie fact Is at the rocGnl Teachers' Convention in Lcihbrldge. ..v lixtract from" a recent wedding nn- nouiiccmont: "The bride looked One day the car upset and she this horror Is anything but modern. II dates back to ancient Kgypt. .Our pres- ent style Is an exact Listen lo "Life in Ancient Egypt" nrt. is sutnc her employ- Cleorjo nav.llnson) "On Iholr haillcs r for ilOWO. n a janjionl ..wlilch waa a foUicoat. oltlisr lisil al.llifl iu-ck or A mcroA'oman would like to know charmi.g a ot Isn't some way of the broadcloth trimmed with claret piuah." (This shoulu linvo been passed by Iho National Board ot Censors.) A resolution -pledging ithfimselvea aot to buy publications, was on ilic nine-dollar a week girls, to have lo fray' over a quarler of a, monlh's salary In Ihe shapo of a poll tax. I While IVcmlci' Melgueu wag speak- ing at Masso.y Hall Friday' night an supported by straps over the shoulil- and reaching from th6 iiecli or 'chest to Hie nnbles, but those of the upper claso )iod first, over thbj, a col orcd parsed' twice, .-.tvroiirid Iho waist nnd tied In front, and secondly a largo loose robe of fincsl linen will DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. elilcrly aii walked up to Ihe prc- girls? A tew cents buys "flanrtcrine." Af- er a few r.pplioalicmy yon Ciinndl ftnd o fallen hair or nny dandruff, besides Can't yon (Ind something liair shows new life, rlBpr. brlglilness. moro color and 'abundance. full open sleeves reaching lo tho cl-, ;