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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta if OCTOHKK 7, TUP. Utt'llimiDtJK DAILY PAGE ELKVEH MILADI Ur. E. Crcpne, K.U.G.S., who haa re CciUly returned from oitreeaa be spent tho pafl four and one half has temporarily Joined tbe firm hi Drs. Coiiuori McN'ally and Lptcb. H. Urymner and daughters on Saiurrtay UeltaviUe. Oni. 'j Mr. A. Soullmrd ol Cultafy is a vis ilur iu ilio city. Mrs. H. Leullcv. CIS 13Ch SI. EOUIli. a fa hour JDS. hal' terday when she rctclvpd [ormally for tho llrBt lime tills season, Am Id the- alluring Iragrauce o( liulumu (lowers j[ .Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Carson have inovetl inio ihclr newly completed Miss BenUcy assisted. Lome al m 13ili Si. south. llic guests were received in.the cosy reception room. Tho tea table itliiclj liij A centerpiece ol yellow chyrsan- thomuuiti was prcaidet] over by .Mrs. H. .MarbcU, who pourca the lea was lhc TCtcnt rali, Mrs. Dinning. 51 ra. Hobs on nnd road Lloyd the Reason llrilain is Democratic LONDON. Ocl. that Great Hrliain is A really democratic court. J. K, Woods of 1'iuclicr Creek a Kuttl iu the .Mrs! Davhl anil cliHtlriMi have ;iiii; in tbe cily icsicrduy. l Ur. nnd Mr.y, Patrifk MJ-. anil '.lit. lloliut-s tnotorcd'Lo the city [roin Many arc anticipaling with plcas- iito attcnOins tho Cinderella darirc ing given tomorrow' (Wednesday) ev- ening in Unrgnians hall, under (he aus- pices ot tlie Iliiighter.s and Maids of Knglmid. All tho ilunces will he dantoil mid a spleiidi'l evening of en- will aupiily tLe music. The tea antl puiilry sale bclug beiii and were the week-end guests] on Saturday afccrnoon in the basement. (if Mr. and Mrs. A. Mara. St. of KLIOX church under Ihc auspices o( SQUlU. Jlr-C. S. Lait, manaRor of tlio Un- Ihe J. O. C. class ol Knoi church Itroniiscs to IJD" a success! Tea. will be served during Ihc afternoon I lug will ho oil sale. Tea will be aerv- I ed from until G o'clock 0 CHURCHES Ion Bank ul Crjssy Lake, is a visitor j and a Inrge aFEOrlmcnt of home cook- In tlio city. E, Jackson is a low way3 will] friends in Xoblctord. Mr. J. itcfnnns or Cowbley is spend; Iijg a few' flays ill the cily. i- -Mrs. T.-'O-'Turner1 has returned lo ilui cily'niter-li'jilcasant Iwo months' in Kiliarney, Man., where she yds the guest ot her purenLs! "A Mr. 3. Hunl ot Bow Islhiul was visitor iu Hie city -ycstcrtlny. v of Saskatoon has joined ic Hudson Day.'sLafMicre find will be The girls' section ol the flebekalis will meet nt lhc home of .Miss Eliza belli Donald 514 14th St. south, to- night at S A'gobd attendance is requested. Those having finiEhcd j work- are asked :to bring it, to this I meeting. declared in an address today. nt ilio VJanslon House at a to Meld Marshal Allenby, couqucror ol TiilestiDC, who was, given the Trcedoui ot the city, the niter said: "Now thai the episode on the home "rent Is over, all rauka and classes inusl 'work together. The country iieeds It. all belong lo the work- lnu (-lasses Jn this I claim .0 he a working man in all'uxccpt the clBhl-Tiour day. The strike proietl Hint this la a really democratic coun- try, wliero public opinion must pre'- vall." along lhc same line ot thought, Urn ifremlcr continued: "Pessnnisin in the industrial am economic ivorld must not prevail Great Britain lias once more rendered dec-p acid lasting ecrvtce to rca frccriom by debating an effort lo hold up the. community and to slran glc it into aiibtnission. Tlie nation means lo be slrong, firm and Just, hu Blways firm." Tlie regular ipfe toki Chapter I. O. oE the O E. will So held in tho Y.M.C.A. (his evening at eight o'clock 5harp. A large attendance of members is urged. Mrs. scclipn of tbe Wesley church ladies' aid Trill meet aL the home of Mrs. n. Norman, 125D 6lli "Ave. A- south, tomorrow af- Icriioun iit'3 o'clock. i The Music rteparlmdnt-.o! tliB-Math- esis will'mccL on 'Thursday at tbc homo ol Mrs. P. 3rd Ave. south. Sirs. Dawsofi'3 section ol Iho Wesley cjiurch ladies' aid will meet at the Jlomc ot >lrs. WUson, 1326. tUi Ave. uorth tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. A special rehearsal is (ailed tor Wesley .choir on Wednesday or tliis week atvS.30 o'clock. K. OF C. TO HONOR MERC1EIV N'BVv supreme hoard of directors of Ihe Knights ol Columbus al an' executive meeting here voled lo conier honorary meniT bersliip upon such "eminent Catholic: personages" as the hoard may see (it lo designate and announced that Cardinal Mercicr would be so honored at'.ScVanton, on October lunibos day. HOLLAND GUARDS BORDER Announcement of Juvenile Classes In Dancing, Gymnastics and Expression. v MllfilORENNE GERBER ill Ihe torin the Juvenile Classes Oclolier 11 at 2 o'clock. 1. Class lo 12 years or nee for.tlic Eludy o[ liic cuatoma including loth-dancing and folk- lore. 2. -Class fo'r 12 lo 1C years of age in Sivedhli Gym- folk and aeslhoflir ilanclng. _ .3. Class for boy's "and girls (ron: 10 to 16 ycara ol'aEO.iii ball-' room dancing. i. Class for- children 'o[ various ages hi voice training aiul ex- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE No. 765 riOTTERDAM. Oct. Assft ialcJ" Araslcrdam Tele: raar publishes a dispatch from Maa- sLriclH saying Hie Dutch sovcrnmenl s laking'mcasures to ilispalches torces to'the D'cleian-I.lmliurg trontler and that Hie Jlaastrlcht garrisoq nas bcon dispatched to Eysdtn, the most south: village LAUNDRY WORKERS WALK OUT NEW YORlVocl. 5000 and 7000 employees ol both liand and sieam laundries here -.vcrc caMeii o'u ho to enforce Tor in- crenseil wages and 'a jl-liour ivcek. irtlie demands o[ Ihc strikers are. granted, laundry proprietors declared they will be compelled lo 25 cents for washing a shirt and sis cents lor a collar. Drivers ol de- livery trucks aria thoir helpers ashed for a.week. FORECASTS SAT1AGOSSA, Spain, Oct. Jnndero. ferrous, leader o[ the ncpub- Ican parly in Spain, declared at a meeting hero that the signature ot 'he peace treaty would bring about a in Ihe legimo In Spain, which ivoutd become a republic, lie declar- ed 'that In the CTcnt of a revolution be would check any excesses. She Cried "Liar" When Everyone Else Believed i' Kcnl, of, the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, 'had confessed a Everyone believed him. Then exquisite Marett.e appeared. Speaking with him for the first lime, she called him a splendid liarLShe doubled what everyone else believed. complications, follow one another quickv' Iy in'" The Valley o( Silent in October Good Housekeeping. It, is a corking belter'than "The River's End." Ociober HOUSEKEEPING LETTERS FROM WOMEN Tliis is one of tiio totters Bubmitted In the Herald's "Tbc Aflverllac- ment That Inlereatcd Me Ibo Most" comuetttton. The' judges considered the letters only; thej- were not rerniesled to -express Ihclr views on tlie advertisements tat nlmnly decide -which lldy wrote the best letter. FOURTH "PHIZE. LETTER 1 DavcnpOrl, Iowa. U.S.A.. Sept' 3, 1919 Lcthbridge Daily Herald, interesting .AilvcrLlserncpl Leihbrldpc, AHa. i 1 wish lo.submit' Mic enclosed ad, dltiiched hereto, of CJco. Kerr Co, under date-of August 101P, fla he Ins the adVcrllscmciil-that Intercalct me most for the following reasons First: Us neatness. Second: Tl offers fnany ailggeatlon? 'to ttiR shopper hy'presenting an ox- Hnc of most ilcllcatirs oi the season as well as staple articles. TMnl: It elves nl flrllclQa, brands, and exact prices so lhal the sheerer hups InlcllEgcntfy, whether hy nh'nrc or otherwise. Fourth: It also gifcs lhc shopper some KOIM! sound points Eo Ihclr ad- vamose; such' ns noElflcntlon ot ad- VAncc In coffee, urging 'customers lo buy na'A1 and sarc monoyj also lo shop early and 'avoid itio Saturday rnih an'd the usunl accompanying er- rors, which arc often unavoidable at this lime. Trusting; the abore- rcpjions ma Interest the Judges o( your cfimpel; lion, I arn, Yours very truly, J. HBLJ1S, c-o KS.C., i SELL BUTTERWICK PHONES Office 1036 Ready-lo-Wear House- furnishings........ 513 Grocery 313 Men's Furnishings, Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes............ 713 WE SELL BUTTERWICK PATTERNS fE- HUDSON'S BAY CO. WISH TO. ANNOUNCE tjyirs. Mars has just arrived from trie East to take charge of the Readyrtd-Wea.r Department. Mrs. Mars .Has had valuable experience in several of ihe leading houses in the fashiomceritres and is now ready to meet all pur customers and get acquainted. Undoubtedly you will find that .with. varied experience as Mrs. Mars has had m the world of 'fashion, -she .will be of the greatest assistance to you when it comes to deciding on ypur-Fall Suit, Cont or Furs. Mrs. Mars is also ati experienced make our Ready-toAVear department TKE'Ready-lo-Wear Department of this to'wn. With and Mrs. Mars in charge >ve will undoubtedly succeed. This page is but a partial story of ihe many Thanksgiving to get the most for every dollar you spend, and this store THE AUTUMN TREND IN MISSES' SUITS "Coats ihat iatc on lung lines ami ivHh a, icdliug fur Guuuc unusual paneiE, pleats or hip packets. Browns hold Inst. place ab iu colour, Iheo come the reddish burgundies and tilinn' shades and iu iidditloo there are always steadfast navy blues and blacfc, These Suits are from to DAINTY VOILE WAISTS Sites S4 lo 46. Finely embroidered, or edged wllli line lace, o fir scalloped neck. Price........................ I O LA DIVA CORSETS Made in Canada, Guaranteed not lo rust, with slraight fronl and Prices to per pair -t FLANNELETTE NIGHTGOWNS v yrhe saving is, exceptionally generous. Just nl the moment when such downs will tic appreciated. Women's While Flannelette Nightgowns willi high and V neck, some are plain aurj others em- 7 and specials selected from all departments. You are anxious is ready and anxious to give it to you. JAP WASH SILKS AND SATINS YiTu "nave" a iuli STUCK hi ail iho "wanlctl shades. Vrupc, n rartl. tu LINING SILKS. int in Brpcaiies and noi All 3G inches .wide. P PLAIN BATIN LINING ttuaraHleed seasons.' Vrice, per yard. A choice assortment in Drpcaiies and novelties. Very Imrd wear- Ing for suits or coals. All 3G incbcs wide. Prices, vard, o CA J.DU 3.00 Department LADIES' BLACK KID LACE 9 Inch top, with Ions liointcJ vamp, Jmilatiou tip and lullitary heel. n nn Price 1- LADIES'a.HOX CALF LACE. j-inch top and rail- 'J fn ilarj'neeli "Price ____ I KID LACE BOOT, with plain vamp pft and CubariJTieel. Price r LADIES' BLACK KID PUHPS-rWith Louis Iieei: Cnfl Price O.UU LADIES! PATENT With Louis heel.' C'CA Price ____ ____ J.DU I-- MEN'S ALL WOOU colors of blue, grey-and-maroon checks. SJze's lo'to IS. Special, r Afl cacli J.yV MEN'S MIHTARY. sitached. Sizes 15 Special, each J D MEN'S GREY, WOOL W6RK anil -I Aft II. Spe'clal, 3 pairs for .1.., m CASHMERE; HOSIERY These arc last year's value in real cashmere. Per pair, Qe and .1 i DC yard LUXURIOUS THANKSGIVING Fashion.features [urs in a number of slyles Tor Uils season's wear- Hence this -wonderful display ot ours is certain lo be of Interest, u> 'those who follow dictates and wear Curs. popular mode ot the represented; though, your ularly drawn to these lines. V V Handsome Black Fox .NaWal Lynx Stole Natural Lynx Muff Black Fox Muff....................... Hudson Seal Mmf Sealine Delmar V...................... HEAVY BLACK DUCHESS SATIN Inthea. J3.75 yard. About 20 yards left n Qr Price, yard We have received today a sMpfnent 61 the fineEl-qLjalily '.zephyrs, ginghams, prints, iiTaidvBiriglianis, nurses .These are all "arid" yon want real at lie lowest -possible price these will intcrcsl you: :-f' DARK BLUE PRINTS: A really .choice'quality. 30 .inches uiile. Marvellous value, OA ALL WOOL GABARDINE-- This number is scllinfj-faGt, 5G'inches1 brown anil myrtle Special Price, PINK NAINSOOK -10 inches fiuallty for ntBMgowils'Bml or Special'Price, yard OJC BLACK DENIM We have a limited nu'inbcr of roLes ov'er from last year lliai arc exceptionally good Value No. 1 Serbian Goal, long black hair, size: i 'Cft I Same as ahovc, 3ize'54xr2...... hnilalltln Buffalo, rubier Price .-.''A'Xfl'dii Ssame as above, size 54x72. :-'v {_'" i JO Indies wide. Very heavy. Special, 75c BROWN DRILL Very rinc'BOods- 23 inchee'wlrlo. Special, i" yard s ENGLISH FLANNELETTE" 30 designs, Vory heavy good3, "WprIh 59c yard.'Our Price, GET YOUR CHAMOISETTE GLOVES ZEPHYR GINGHAMS' In lovelv desinns. <0 inches (a'si; Yard NURSE CLOTH, Engltsli niahc. 32 inches'wide, In blues'only' Extra1, value; .V. STEEL CLAD GAllATEA The old make. 28 "50 Jesigns. Vrice. yanl j wo. have_the full assortment of sizes and shades. In the famous Price, per btri The window Is the eye of your bouse, and usually one ot the first places thai passers, by look al; therefore the window should be kepi well dressed.' We can supply the.material In a very large .variety of designs and colorings. MARQUISETTES with hemstitched borders, hvcblors o( pearl and cream. I'riccs, from yard, 65c, up -i AA ItUU plafn or hemstitched, Trices, -l -l r 3'artl, Cpc-.tlp tu plain or floral borders. Prices, yard, 1 1 C 'jjdc.up lo In a ,var- 1 Otf' lety ot up lo...................... I.JD In colors ol old rose, and and green. Prices, !l.o5, )1 S5 And iment GOOD BUYING FOR tyEDNESDAY Clothes Pins, 3 doz. to packet, cacK 18c Pearline, 3s, per packet 35c Old Dutch for 45c Sunlight Soap, 4 bars to carton, each 30c Pels Naptha Soap, 10 bars to carton, each Lenox Soap, 10 bars'for 60t Gold Dust Washing Powder, 2 packets for. 65c We ship mail orders same day as received, sal- isfactiori guaranteed. No'charge for 'delivery. PHONE 313 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE Ohefiudson's Bay (fomiiany ht Doom." ;