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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 30, 1920 THE PAGE FIFTEEJt i .T MIEABI PHONE mi Buchan. jLater she will leave tor Los Augaes to speud Uje winter. THE POPLARS A. Walton, general passenger agent C.P.R., Western Winnipeg, and E.: Proctor, dlJtrlct pasienjer agent, Calgary, are ulsitors In the c.lly today. -Jlro. Altaic- WaUoo, of Lcthbridge spendInE'- the week-end as the bcf brother. Mr. J. A. Mao- MM. 7th News. l6vspend guest of Lenacn and (Py Theodosla Garrison.) My poplars aro !ike ladles trim Kach coiisdous of :cstate; In -co.stume somewhat: In inaihier. cordially trtsV Like; two old met to chit Beside my garden'gate. r, X. My'stately old I faryyr Blill thelr.talk.must be -t Of ,rcw nnd Peralan cats, Ariel' iarender aud. 'Indian tea; 3 i wander sometimes" aV I 'pass l r If they Long may you stand before my door, 5h, Undly neighbors ea'rbed in green, And bend with, rustling welcome.o'er A The Eiany friends who pass between; r JJ. '13. Me Donald "of th e Lan d ity Ctlgnrjr, ;is visitor-'li Iho city. i J. Ursenbach Jeft this ao'd- the" eouthefu states. And where the little children .play Look down with _. '0 'f 'r place last Friday in Caigary from dlptherla, of little Jessie Niven.rfhe-five daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nfven of that V Mrs. A. E. McCorrle of M-ple Cri ANNOUNCEMENT ff The marriage of the Earl MInto to "Miss Marion'Cook Is Daily Fashion Br GtrtradB Berccfnrd take place at. St. Patrick'? Church, -on Wednesday, January A MOVED NAVY SUIT Admirable for cola winter days is this delightful play suit. The to leave their conlriliuthms fet the hall not later than 3 o'clock Wedues- f.. The'yoiing ladies. of- St. Patrick's church will hold a miscellaneous shower on Thursday afternoon and evening, December 2nd, 'at the home ol Mrs. A, C. Saunderej 1803 3rd Aye. iouth. NOVEL PAINTER IN TOWN j, Stuart-Whyta .who Is presenting tor the first time at the Majestic the- atre, Lcthbridge, on Friday next, Dec. 2nd, the musical comedy cla-wlc The lias something entirely new to offer his many patrons In his latest production, hand painted cos- tumes. Mr. Sluarl-Whyte has brought out from California a young student, Mr. 'Gilbert .Hose, to give hta exclns Ivo services in reproducing on satm wonderful 'colors and. pat- terns, by "hand patntliig. Many theatregoers' who witnessed tho last wonderful scene in Stuart Whyte's "n abbs in 'the Wood" pro- duction during its Visit to Lethbrldge last Saturday will remember the gor geoiis" color scheme of the setting This was also painted by Mr. fiilbei Hose on georgette crepe and 'was so successful that produr. (Ion of "The Geisha" was -entrusted to him. People "Interested In new Ideas of hand painted costumes wll find Mr. Gilbert Rose at the Majestic theatre busy on' the lust few costume needed for the production, and he wll be only too delighted to have, a cha with any 'lovers of i the artistic, gardiug his new Invention, -and re- cently incorporated compaiiv, Gull berllna Studio: of New York" City. 19, followed by a reception at "Jupl- i per 605 Pino avenue which.- has been loaned by Mr. and Mrs.' P. N. Beardmore. GRANT INCREASED RATES TO B. C. CO. OTTAWA; Nov. adian railway com- mission without hold'ng further hearings today iis'jtd an order granting the application of the British Columbia Electric Railway to have the Increased freight rates granted to the steam railway systems apply to freight carried by that company. The new rates will become effective as from De- cember 6, 1920. The Increase In freight rates under the recent Judgment in Western Canada was per cent, until January 31, when It will drop to, 30 per cent, and this increase will apply to the applicant company, from tho date mentioned. Appear At Tew K reedve nicn i-ca oa fed con- I Udeat or !i night for Hi.- v-tvne rvf-.tKe IHniari'! plith TnRm. bridgs at tho end Of the week. Sties ha's'be'en'ill ia Van Haarlem re- covered sufficiently to leave the hos- -remain1 city fsw days before returning to.her home at Nobleford.- Mrs.- M. Myera has to Tlsll for a fer iaySt.' v Hugh Ferguson of who is Mstting with her 'son in-Mac iTisitof' In the dty Trith F. Jndson. Mr. aiid Jerfs ot lave been thV guests oC Mr. McIIroy left yesterday afternoon for Calgary wiero they will visit prior to return- "lag to% their'home In They wero accompanied "as far. as Calgary by Mrs. McISroy, Mrs. p. J. Whitney has returned rro'm'BaiUefprd'where she beer) lag1 -.yr. thev wives of the mem- bers, and their onslaught upon th notary' meeting was carried out in Btyle. gag'tng outfit for ihe small hoy or girl. ing Ihe Summer Months meeting repaired to the aiidilorium where a dance was held. Jlr. Eltpn pre- sided during .the A cbllec-, tton was taken 'upland the .presebta-' lion .made" to: Mr. Ursenhach. pt1 the as it suni'bf ?83.65 frpm'hls many not mean that business for the' Sou them .'Alberta mines has .decreased, niflvement of" ern'Alberta'at the present :tiirie is not] 7, Southern Alberta mines has decreased Btyle. Friday afternoon Mrs. Arthur Young, as'alTsummer'there'was run, the'nleetlng ny storm tney carries offi jn iiacleod entertained at bridge, tiie In impst cases not-as iulerr'unted as thoKotarianstoa Jolly dance in guegt of honor heing Mrs. 1'almer; last' summer er's Hall where some thirty couples'-- tripped, the light fantastic till mid- In cases sot-as iulerrupted as night.-. was composed of. Mrs. Armslrbhg (presi- Mrs. Leech, Mrs. Mrs. Alnsworth, Mrs. George Diion, Mrs. Lindsay of Winnipeg, sister of A. b. Ferguson. Tfle fortunate win- ner of. Ihe prize was.Miss Scougall. Among those present were Mrs. Palm- er Lindsay, Mrs. A. D. Ferguson, Mrs. Martin, Mrs.f hicNeiii, ;1Inrs. Frank Waddiagton. .Those in charge j MrJ. Mfe J. 'A. McDonald', of the refreshments were Mrs. Sam Porter, Mrs. J.' W. Bawden, Mrs. Jack Baa v Mrs... Harry Clark, Mrs. W. P. Craig arid tiff. Peter Lund. (Dr.) Kirk was" hostess at her home' In Macleod Thursday afternoon charming thimble-tea for Mrs. "X TK Ferguson's-guest, Mrs. Lindsay Palmer of Winnipeg. A farewell reception was held in the church o{ the Latter Day Saints yesterday to Mr. Joe Ursen- bach who left this morning on a mis- sion to Utah. Following an: interest- ins program given chnrch; toe Mrs. "W. P. Miss L" Conditions (bat .prevailed last sum- mer caused a big "rusli of coal-last fall. At the present lime the shipments.of commercial coal is one hundred and fdrtytarg a day. Rait- wp.y coal shipments .are about the as. running'.in the elghboriooil of one hundred cars a Not merely the best value, or the best at a. but positively the best at any price! t Blue Ribbon Tea s I: "Try" Mrs. MaUieson, Mrs, Mllburn and Mrs. Faunt, .-Mrs. daughters, Federal Coals'report.that busi- Olire aid ilabei''assisted'at''the'tea i ness this year oas'-been' about the hour. as last year. 'Commercial coal I shipments last .yen'r about Airs'. A. D. iFergnson was a bridge i day more; than this. hostess .Saturday afternoon in Mac- Leod complirnentary to her sister, Mrs. Palmer Lindsay of Winnipeg. A most delightful afternoon was spent, year at this time. Brantford luel committee reported that the-city coal and wood yard Miss Scougall. winning the prize lor showed a deficit of J20.04S and urged the liigheEt number of. and that" U be closed. Mrs. McNeill the consolation. The guests .were Mrs. Lindsay, W. Mrs.. Martin, Mrs. Grady, Mrs. Young, Sirs.- Mra." j. A. McDonald, Mrs. Matheson; Mrs. Me- Xcill, Mrs. Hecher and Miss Scougali. Miss Margaret McNeill assisted ing the lea hour. Green Lantern re.cep.Uon tb'! Ihelr limit' inst Ing on the occasion of the given to tha High School, basketball' teams of Lcthbridgo who played Medicine Hat.High teams.aty the The gathering, which I was under thG auspices of the was a decided social success, young people of'.both-cities ly enjoying the couple of hours fol-- lowing the close'of the lleV." D. H. Marshall, principal of Oarbutt College, and Mrs. Marshall nnd Mr.'1.] and Mrs. Hector Lang, oC tho chaperoned tho young people shared their responsibility with Miles and Mrs. A. Witson. ot bridge. Mr. arid Mrs. LaiinsberryVfy also accompanied the Lethbrldgo'p players. 'i'i. Mr." and Mrs. of the GreenJS Lantern, made careful provision., the. pleasure and cbmtort of all. hey's orchestra provided bright sic for the .merry dancers, who enjoyed Van v appetizing luncheon.'-.-; Mach "credit for the successful J'ing Is'duo the .boys'- commillee whff1 solicitous for: the comfort and. welfare of their guests from Loth-, Hat News. "They WQRK while! you sleep" ANNOUNCESA LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Mtmbti' of The Bpard of Lectureship of The Molhor Church, The Firit Church of. Christ Scientist, In Boston, lirftw, In ihe Muonic Hall, 10th Street South THE PUBLIC IS MOST CORDtXLLV INVITED You constipated, bilious, nnd hat Is one; Oa'scorcls onlgbL sure, for your'-llVef nnd Then you.will wake 'up, wondering what became of your diizlness, sick fieadacho, bad cold, or upset, gassy .toniach. No inconven- ience. Children love''Caacarets loo, 10, 25, 50 cenU. only "Diamond Dyes" ft styled, others with gorgeous srife linings abd rare for collars'and cuffs They represent tha verj' word iu fashionable wrans and toats and are shown many of them tor the first-tune. Onrvtloclfia rednclng fast ca our were ill purchased at big reductiom. _' Regular J45.00 Kejruiar Coats .Regular Coats for .548.00 Coats for JJJ85-00 Coats for S90 00 Goats Regular Goats for ROMPERS Here IE a real.'snap in white rompers In pliiua and some odd Hues in pinV. Tlieso are values that sell as high aa THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL, VENUS HOSE We aro now offering our entire stock of pure allk Venus hosiery in full rango of colors Including purple, brown, whitn, navy, and black. Regular 53.00 value. OUR NEW PRICE, PAIR COTTON HOSE Ludies' full fashioned cotton hose. Suitable for fall and winter wear, in grey and black. Also some samples hose In odd sizes. Aralaes worth C5c, for Here's A Sale df Women's Serge Dresses That Overtops All Records Otir store's repulation for quality nnd perfect Uite to Btj-Ie selection la one better In thin remarkable selling of tbe Tory oest In ready-to-wear, for prices hive been marked lower than IYC can remember for garments of similar value. They aro all ilyles and all made from pure wool ncrM and no two styles alike. 'Our price is ONE-THIRD OFF regular prices. This means a Us saving to you. Regular Dresses Regular Dresses Regular Dresses for Regular Dresses for Regular Dresses for CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN RYLAND J. V -AND THE NEW THINGS FIRST ;