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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTQBER 4.4920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dr. W. 6. is on a short ttlt' to W. R. Seattle aid children, Ale it Mae at Mr; an! Jokutou. v. Mr. Mm. P. of Simla Ut. ul Mrs. H. H. Hotlhusfcead of novelty to be introduced on this Tfarediy will bo tbiee dance" which it present 1? tha craio In coast dancing circles. The floral iecorattons ,hivs ar- rived, and (he hall will present a pic- turesque appearance on Thursday CHirtCHEV'AND' SOCIETIES -f- Wpls Chapter" No. 7 wil Daily Fashion By Gertrude Ber'csford j illy io relieve this branch dnr- Wood's :j Mrs. Herbert Cartwright left on a jjIsit'td-GalganVEdmontoB and Rupert. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. J. Wstchora and family of Coiitti were week-end vis- itors la Lethbrldee. L. Lindsay has returned after Victoria, Seattle and Ed- spending an enjoyable vacation at .the ttt'.tiie' comer'.of and will move his family, here from Leth- Enterprise. Mr. and W. Johnson are en- pertaining theft guestB.jthe fonner'B Mr. p. B. Harris left for.-fcalgary this afternoon on a butinejj trip. Mrs. M. B. Kelly and daughters, Mrs. Thomas Long, of Lcthhrldge, and Miss Florence Kelly, are return- Mt in at S o'cloc' in the Masonic haU. SRlety, Hal Slock', gr'oUnd'floor, will hoti their reg ula'r testimony meeibif on Wednesda at 8, JfreiBlslory.Bnd. Current Svcnlfi will meet with St. soulli, on Tues-da'y 'afieruopn at 3 o'clock, The Eastem'Star will meet tomor- (Tuesday) night at 3 o'clock la the Masonic hall. The Slkokoloki chapter 1. 0. D. B. will noli their usual monthly meeting -a{ the. Y. M..C. A. at S o'clock Tues- day evenkic. An Item of interest to all members is to be and it is hoped that every member WOMAN FOR HARDING CABINET KOCKFORD, !H., Oct. Miss Julia iJithvop will ba ap- pointed to a position lu the president's cabinet if Senator Harding Is elected, Dr. William :A. Maddos, president of Hock- ford callese, tonight iu an addrefs before lha Rock HIver conference of the Metho- dist Episcopal churoi. MUtt Lathrop who Is head of the "natlonjl'child welfare bureau oj toe I'cpartmeut of la- bor, is a inttivo of this city., She is ono'o! 'he best Jiuow.i experts in chili! v.'elfare wors. Albertan.: V SOCIAL dp her utmost to attend. Harvest jHorae1 supper giyen the iusplces if the-A. Y-.- P> A. of StV tomorrow. Evening in Knox. church basement at 7 o'clock, proMlsea to bo a huge suc- cess. This is the first of this season's social evenings to be this It Is well known'1 "to all j previous thatyjs time enjoyed.' ;'f The regular meeting'of the W. M. of Wesley church was held Thurs- day afternoon with the president, Mrs. -Brandow in the chair. Work for. the coming fall and winter months was discussed.and all.members were enthusiastic over the' work planned; Open evening meetings arc held, oiie In October and one'la January, cantatas and meetings, which of-the auxiliary and our honorary members will be able to attend. On Oct. 16th, a Rummage Sale JHall with a BEAD-TRIMMED DANCE FROCK This charming dance frock is fash- ioned from black satin whose lustrous 'weave, makes a .pleasing "background for the bead trimming.1 Sinall loops of sa'pphlre blue knotted to- gether to simulate flowers, and scat tcred all the gown. The skirt is prettily draped on the right side for that Is a mode much liked In the dress lor late Fall. A'soft girdle o the_ satin "defines the waistline. Its long ends are finished with strands o the sapphire blue beads. Tho decol letage and armholes are outlined by serried rows of the beads that em phasize the beauty of this decoration Mrs. J. ff, Walface was a most de- Jijhttul .tea.hostean on Saturday her oh Eighth Street, when she entertained' many guests In. Sfra. W. V: who leayes short- ly for.her in Rock Wand, Que- and corsage Her tttoghter, Mi's. gowned In an at- tractive Lucille modal of Belgian bju'e taffeta, herutfled, with.touch2a''of gjeor- celte. .Sirs. A. O. Malcolm Young, presided a daintily appointed tea-table which was graced with a centerpiece of var- iegated sijap. dragons'. .The djning room assistants were the Misses In- sola Urine stone and May young. Complimentary to Mr. Leon B. Dunsworth who left, yesterday for Uhicago to reanme hit studies at the Northwestern Dental College, Miss yMhcrta M. Hnfnar entertained at a fhnrmlns luncheon on Saturday. COT- vvera laid for twenty and tbe table V.Sirllllant appearance with. which were carried out white. Carnations of same used as tho cen- tre while aweet pea idornefl 'tto eornem. poly intimate friends of Mr. Duns- worth were present. Mrs. O. -TJunsworth entertained number1, of .fiends at dinner ysster; Hay In honor her son; Leon Dans- .worth. V.- McKlllop eoUrtained Ing- were imposed In polled' court this afternoon by- deputy Ma- gistrate KMd'upon three prominent locai n'iio wsrc althsr found guilty, or entered pleas to thin effect, of having mado false returns to tbe department In con- nection with their Income lax. fined were Dr, J. Robson, Dr. Gordon E. Booth, and Dv.-Hiidolpho thcvrlbr, Dr.'Obrlen and rOr. 'ifooth' pleaded guilty .each to ttireo charges cov- .erlug the years' J91T td'iOW nnd Or. Chovrier was found guilty. Ills FOUR YEARS IN PRlfefJN FOR M. DAVIS CALOARY, Oct. Lily Mel- ville, a former investigator of the Cnl- gary branch of tbe Canadian Patriotic fund, wns found guilty in tho supreme court on safmuuy of conspiracy to defraud the fund. She was acquitted of all charges of forgery. Mr. Jus- Uco Simmons, the presiding judge, sen- tenced the accused Id 23 months in the female Jail at Saskatchewan. Malcolm B, paid sec- retary of tho local branch of the Patri- otic fund, who bad been found guilty of misappropriation and of fnlao pre- tenses, in respect to 17 different applf-: cations for assistance from the fund, Was sentenced to four years In the penitentiary at 1'rlnco: Albert. The amount Involved In tho (rial was be- Iween.JSOO nnd PREPARATIONS FOR BOND SYLAW Final preparations for the Leth- bridge Northern election will be mado Tuesday when the board of 'trustees will rnaet In ,tKe Leth- bridge Northern Office, c probably., In the afternoon. Arrangements will be mado for the polling 61 it- Ions and fcflWW twill be The Lelhbrldge Aircraft Co.'s plane leaves lor Sufflcld, Oct. 6th; slopping at all towns on the' Suffleld-Lomond branch, from thero to Medicine Hat. Coming back up the Crow It will stop at Whitla, Seven Persons and Wlnnl- fred for passcnssr carrying flights. It is-requested'that all outstanding tickets- for (lights he presented and nights .'arranged during tho month of October, as tho.-company eipect to lay up the plane for the- winter months some timo In Novom'oer. A Rochester. N. Y., man died from hemorrhage following extraction of tooth. rBeet of aH Fly Killers lOe per Packet at all J- ftrowrs and GIRLS' BOOTS Dlack calf and black kid So'o'd sown ami walking heels. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES Our tables are loaded down with specially priced shoen In the' and' "Classic" brands. LADIES' Kid Pumps with Louis heels. All sizes. Value Ip Wednes- day morning MEN'S BOOTS Black 'and brown, shades' of kid and calf leathers, cede, medium and wide toes. All LADIES'BOOTS i Black kid and calf leathers medlum'qr walking sown spies; S.and 0 Inch ftp tops. All sizes', LADIES1 PUMPS AND OXFORDS Brown kid, brown calf, mahogany calf, black vlcl kid nnd patent leathers." Pumps and oxfords, med-' lum, Cuban and Lciils goodyear welt and hand-turned soles.' Shoes that soil regularly .for 112.0.0 and No Luxury Tax 70 pairs Grey Stripedjowels. Medium i GREAT TOWEL ular price" pair. To clear at, pair. NOVELTY LININQ SILKS If you are thinking of relinirig a suit, coat or furs come In and sea these beautiful novelty Bilks nnd satins. They nra very attractive and will wear well. Also aatta lining, guaranteed lor two Yard, and TAFFETINE LINING Wo have posslbfo shade In fine Taffetlne Lining In slock. 50 shades to selecl from. All 40 Inches wldo; old quality. Splendid yaluo at, yard FINE NAVY SERGE 40 Inches wide. In.very fine twill, lor dresses and children's wear. These sell regulnrly al yard and arc worth Tuesday selling (j> 1 CQ; special, .KNITTING YARNS v V Our White Heather Scotch Fingering Is the best thing ort the market today. Lovely soft Quality of. pure Australian .wool. It sells on sight. Nothing' belter Is. made. Comes in black, steel grey, light grey and white, at _ lb. Also many chsapor HHOJ for your Inspection. ;