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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1920 THE IJBT HBRIDGE D. ?AGE THIRTEEN PHONB im MILADI and the passed pleasantly and. I- quickly. The rooms were beautified 1 V FOR EVERY DAY .4-for.the oceMiou, by a profusion ot beautiful blooms. Daily Fashion By Beresfnrd dy fairest-child, 1 have-no to give you, No lark could pipe to sklei so dull and 'gray; fet, ere wo part, one lesson I can For day: le good." sVeet mikf, and" let who -will be clever; thlnge, not dream then, ali day long Lcil make and that vatt .forever. One grand, sweet Kingsley PERSONAL 'j- oavuig tuv vi tun P til6 L' S will the guests of Mrs J Miif loch, for a few days On Tuesday, November 16tb, the honie of Mrt. A. :p. Crady at Macleod was the of, a very delightful bridge party in honor Mrs._ Hen- wick. The dainty tea table was pre sided over by Mrs. J. McDonald. awiJted by Miss Gladyi Mtss Margaret McNeil! and Miss McDuff. The piesU included Mrs. Renwjck, Mrs. A. D. Ferguson, Lindsay Mrs. Embury, Mrs. Steels (Pincher Mrs Milburn, Smith, Mrs. A. T. Leather. Mathesoo, Mrs. Mercer. "W" Mrs AUclnjB, Mrs Bfecher, Mrs Tt B Martin, John McDou aid; Lindsay. Mrs. i Young, Mrs. Struthers, Mrs Sncarcr, Mrs C WE Gardiner; rfra. Renwlck won the prize at bridge A" very pleasant evening" was spent at Burgman's hall on rYIday evening last when Mr. and Mri. George Moore, 1840 12th Street north nor of the birthday daughter, Evelyn About one hundred and eighty guests were present, Misi Wise and Mr Miller contributed to the- enjoyment of the guests bj sing Tao guests did likewise, aud tie fun gau, No one dawd, however, to at- myt to handle her (pod until she hid een how her hostess was going to manage It. Fbr-not a kulte, fork, or poqn was on the. table. The French fried potatoes were eaten with the Thero wore. cunning little frilly colored paper Covered sticks in the. breaded veal chops to ass'st in .the manipulation o[ horn. The banana Silad at first look- ed hopeless until one saw (he hostess adrlntly pick up the banana by the hit I or fte skin which bad been curled! back under it Of course It was real-i y no trick at all to cat pumpkin pte i with ona's Those who wish- ed, their coffee properly stirred prob- ably used their .'fingers for that, too: After it was over there were no piles qf> soiled linen and dlrly few.cups to (paper cups will not hold hot soap or "coffee) and some scraps .of tissue paper, and. pstle1 board plates to be hustled lo the ga bage was all. r.OHNER (N GOOD THINGS o sy, ihort time doing Telegraph Department Palliser 1 J" JIls Honor ;J, Lieutenant-Governor Brett .spent yesterday In Calgary. Mrs. Coldle who accompanied her lister Mrs Swart as far as las relumed to Iho city served by tho, hostess, the ball being beautifully decorated for the occa slon f The "popular dances of the ladles of St Patricks Church fully lived up1 to reputation' in the dance held ___Jght at the Masonic Hall There efa over three hundred p'resent, with I last n! Friends of A H Bdlle, 381 7th street' dancing in full swine to the music of pill be pleased to know that he progressing nicely Mr and W D King who re- 'ently left for the coast were visitors jvith Mr, and Mrs Bnndy In COKler fn'route f Mr. Paul Jones has returned from the week-end in Selby. .Mrs Charles Bnrkitt of Camrose Is i 'visitor with her sou and.daughter- in-law, Mr.V and; Charles Burkltt. M. McCambly yesterday.to Spend a in' raTeanr Thomas 18-the Cannoneers orchestra up (o short ly after, two in tie morafng The host CMC a on the ocrasiort. Mrs Roy i Miles, Mrs L. t Mrs R Rogers of Lethbridge Is ex in the to spend a ihort holiday witii friends Mbcrtan. -Morning SOCIAL WEDOiNQS I DE THEIR The was quietly solemnlz the Ladles' parlor of Weslev church Mr Wells will jpeak on China and tho Chinese _ i I i The A Y P A will not meet Tlmr" day owing to hut will hold their postponed whist drive Thursday, Dee 2nd.-in the, St Aueustin s LUNCHEON SERVED WITH- OUT DISHES OR SILVER MAID QUESTION -f 0 CHlMBtRLAINS Pneumonia Insurance the1" half century that Cough nemed has been in use neier Known ot a. cold resultuig In'pneumonia, when this .'old'' family medicine was freely gfven to be without r home' 35c COUGH REMEDY eft Monday evening October In! Miamishurg, Ohio of Miss Rozella Da Tholr1, only daughter of Mr and "Mrs Df) Their of that town, and Mr Lan rence_ D of and JIrs H.-P7 Only the im- jmediate relatives in attendance In the future Mr., Mrs. Cook will make their homo in Canlston Kf Mrs. J. George Harper was hostess afternoon at .a dellgiitful :hbnhle. tea. in honor of Albert Holt who is leaving -the city shortly. i Among thoso who entertained this reek Iii honor of Mrs. Renwick of Mac- .eod were Mrs. Embury (Union Hri. TV. B. Martin and Miss Margaret HcDonald. i Mrs. Palmer Lindsay; the Ru'ett >f. honor on> Tuesday, a delightful iftemoon tea given by-Mrs. T..B. iiu.of Maclsod when a moH enjoyable time was spent by the guests. ff CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 9 4 6 O Mrs C E Carberry entertained p corner oth Street and 4th lumber of ladlei, of St iiiguatin's auxiliary, on Monday eye itog.at'her home. The hours we're spent In sewing, when many vonticrful things were made for the and for Sazaar. .Tuesday afternoon was a brfgbl day forVmany Maclcori when Mrs. Sborrlff-.Mcponxld her QeftLilifu! homo In honor of wh'o leaves on Wednesday for bej- new home In Calgary. Four tables were enjoyed by thfe guests, The Dominion llebokab Lodge No 41 will hold it> regular meeting on Thursday night at 8 o'clock In the I.O.OSF. haH. Visitors always wel On account ot the lecture in Wesley Hal) on Thursday, (lie general meet ing} of the teachers -and officers will be postponed until Thursday evening, Dec. 3hd. "Tho Dominion Kebefcah Lodge No, 41 will hold their annual bazaar on Saturday, December 4th In the I.CK (GreatFalls'Trlbunc.) eolved the problem of giving a lunch eon without a maid. She served a siherless paste board phtes on a. crepe paper table cloth. And a very charming looklng-table it too, to which she invited ber to sit down. There was an attractive bow! of flowers in the cen- tre... The crepe paper Uble cloth was of dafuU desijir, there dainty lace paper on the plates under the'bullion cups yet somehow.? sometlilng .was strangely missing. The table didn't look quite set. One of the more inti- mate, friends ,of the hostess. cast a glan.ce at ii and liufricd to .her. I help she asked. the calm reply. "Everything is on. Ask the girls to bo seated." They sat down and mutely watched tlm hostess as she daintily lifted her bullion cup to her lips and her soup OUT 0' ORDER .f SIOlftCHS Indigestion, Acidity, Sourness and Gases ended with "Rape's Diapejjjsin" you eat o "tablet or twb of Tape s Diapepsin all the jumps qf. Indigestion pain, the sourness heartburn ind belching of gases dm to acidits -truly wonderful Millions ot people know that It ll needless to be bothered-'with, indiges Uon, dyspepsia or.a dlaordercd fitom ach A fe.v, tablets] of Papea Dia pepsin nfiitrillzo -vcidity and give relief Buy a box ol Pape's Dlapepsli now' sti dyspeptic! Trj" to regulate "your stem ach so you con eat favorite foods with out causing distress. .The cost Is s mile. The benefits so great. TOASTTES after a hike makes us all Avenue. .Everybody welcome, The kitchen committee will be In Kriox church, on Thursday afternoon from Will anyone having dishes tliore call for'same.during that Tbs Girl's Athletic club of the High School Is putting on an eniertalnment In the auditorium of Central school to- night (Wednesday, Nov, at S p.iri, Mr; Wells, the Interesting lecturer, will lecture for' them and a eery good mimlcal program besides lias been prepared -'1 Will all ladles contributing to the SI. Auguslln's bazaar kindly see that their contributions "of work nhtl donations to the mlscellanebua table aro at Mrs. Ulnnfng's 1220 6th Ave. 8 not later than 8 o'clock Thursday eve- ning. All donations for the cooking table, tea room or candy-booth wlli bo received the _Masonlc hall on Friday between tho Bours of The1 W. K. S, of tho United Church will meet on Thursday with Wesley Society, Wesley Hall, from 3 to 5 (or special prayers of Ilie mis slonary; cause. All members aro urg ed to attend. Tha ladles' atil qf thV Baptist church will al tho home of Mrs. Fosini 510 19th street, north, nt-3 o'tlocl Thursday afternoon. Members of SI. AUEuntln's cbol pleajo take notice ttje praotlcn be'held Thursday of Friday o Purity! PurityKPiirity! The one dominating note that runs all I h rough the making of Sunlight Soap Is Purity. The Guarantee you with every single bar is not a mere advertisement. It marks a standard set for the buyers who select .thu choice Sunlight Soap trie' snap'.': t.he expertcheroistST-for the even who wrap arid paej; Sin.light Insist on getting ths Soap you ask unl-oht Soap LBVRB BROTHERS LIMITED, t "v; TORONTO P Our Prices Talk In No Uncer- tain Way These Days Telling a story of values that we have not been able to give since pre-war days. We found some ready money when a big snap, was offered us. Many have shared in this big coat selling eVerit this last few days. The longer you leave it the fewer to select from. They're going fast. We are also clear- ing up all bioken and odd lots from all departments. No half way measures are used in selling these lines. We have surprises coming all the time that mean big saving to you, business and ready money to us. AND NOW ITS A SALE OF' J Serge Dresses V It surely does teem like a dream, such a. big saving onjgood quality serge dresses. They are all wel! made and there are a fairly good .assortment of sizes in tue lot. This comes at a time when you can use a serge dress so well, and the is such a big one Our reputation (or rallies is growing big- ger, these days, This is what It means to you: 3 One-Third Off Regular Prices v i Regular Dresses Regular Dresses Regular Dresses for............... Regular presses WEEK-END SPECIALS BEDSPREADS Fine white bedspreads, full double tied "site 72x34, in.rie'at design. "These'are some" values purchased long time ago. Regular values up to A November Sa'.e, each BOYS'SWEATEKS Bnys' pure wool pullover sweaters, .pot all1' sizes but still a good assortmeDt In.the lot Colors cardinal and uayy blue; regular values up to November Sale, each FLANNELETTE BLANKETS While flannelette blankets in large suitable for present use. Regular (6 CA JI.50 for. The eitra large size in grey or white; enough for the-widest bed made, for COVERALL APRONS Ladles' largo'coverall aprons III light; or dark percale; Dutch neck' good roomy sizes; regular-J2.50 t.lrOC November Sale, each.............. SHEETS Full sited double bed bleached cotton sheets, all ready for use in good medium weight of cotton; regular Sale, each CASHMERE iiOSE_ _ good quality black. sties to 10; full November Sale Price, pair V CORSETS -Another big special in clan corsets. These are all wel! made, neatly trimmed and perfect goods In every .way.'' Valqes up to 550 Sale, pair CREAM FLANNELETTE Just a liroltcil quantity now of this gool heavy "cream flannelette, 28 inches wide. It IB worth BOc yard November Sale, yard JdC 'HEAVY COTTON HOSE Ladles' and few children's heavy cotton hose. In good quality; colora are grey, brown and fe.w black. Regular an Novemhor Sale, pair'. WtC The on Thete New Style Winter Coats are easily cent less than their value. They are all new no duplicates of we 'have already sold, making them quite exclusive. Tho maker gayo us 'a big- special price for ready cash. He wanted. -needed -coats. All the jna-, terlals usej arc, the best; linings and buttons arc good. Tho furs on trimmed are of the highest quality, and addition tq this motor's -reduction we offer you a special discount off oii.r regular prices, making it a'lldnble discount ealo it were. Regular Coals for Regular Coats Regular Coats for Regular Coats i for, S60.00 CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN Regular Coats ;