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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHBRIP'GE DAILY HERALD 1 MILADI Mrs.' L. Mi Johnstone wiir receive on Friday afternoon. On Saturday, October 9th, from four to six p.m, Mrs. A. J. Watson will receive at her residence, 909 7th Ave. South for the first time tinea coming from Edmonton to this city. Mrs. D..L. Hardie was a tea hostess .on.Wednesday iu honor of Mrs. W. V; PbaptL Mre. W. iV Nelson and daughter Christine will leave for Calgary abort- IT make their future home, J. Cooper, who ha? been a guest at the homo of Mrs. D. A. Simp- son, returned1 to Chicago today. NTS., Stanley D. Peacock, Mrs. W. T.' Commerce and Mr..Mc- Gregor of Regina were among the visitors at the-Cardston temple re- cently. Friends; of. Mrs., W- A. Carter (nee Interested to know that'she Is recovering nicely from an attack of typhofd fever.': i. Mrs. Podger.ibf New Dayton is thf guest. qt .Mrs. H. A. i.' Mrs. W.b King a visitor in Spring Coulee today. Mr. c: arrived in the city from the -Bay of Islands, Newfound- land, and has'accepted a position with the Bank of Montreal. Mr. Cr H: 'Williams of Calgary wa; In the city yesterday. 'V ysir. J.. Ritchie Paterson returueil OJs" morning from the.nld country. ,ti. C. chairman'ot the Irrigation Council of in s-Mr. :.andl Mrs. Bell, have returned from a visit to jpalgary and the coast.and' have .resumed occupa tion of their suite1 ne's church, will be pleased to hear ho :Is now' organist' snd choir ader. at St. Paul's, Edrnon on, and last Sunday, Oct. at tho venlog service ''Mrs.-1' Williams ren- ered" tie sold "O Rest in tho Lord" i a most pleasing manner which wae much appreciated by the large con- gregation present. G. L. Stroud, Inspector of the Lon on Guarantee and Accident Com' any, Ltd., is in Lethbridge today. Mrs. Armitage of the Alexandra otel left on the afternoon train for algary vhero sho will spend a few ays with frieuds from the old coun- ry who are making a tour of the 'orld, travelling across Canada to 'ancouver, thence by boat to Mew -ealand. A. P. McKean- and C.. A... Steward both 'Of -visitors city.: >Ir. J. "W. Burton :ot Calgary lias ar rived in Lethbridge, .-where, ho _wil lake up residence. ;The many local friends ot Mr. B. J (Williams, late organist of St. lAugus Daily Fashion By Gerlrui'.e .Derestord .SOCIAL- The C. O. L T. ot the United cnurch, North Lethbridge, met on' 'uesday in the north side gym 'for heir first regular meeting. Mr. Pet- ey, secretary for Iwys' work at. the ".M.C.A., took charge of the exercises nd games. The large group of en- huslastlc girls spent a very.protltahle nd pleasant evening. The meeUiigs exi week are senior girls on Tuesday nd'junior girls on Friday, both in the ill af 7.30. The first public tea of the EeaEon will be by the 'women's au'xil- ary to the Y.M.C.A. from 3 to 6 on Saturday afternoon In the Baalim Garage show room on 7th Street. It 5 hoped that the citizens of Leth- irldge will avail themselves of this ipportunlly to help in the local work. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- and whist drive will be held tonight at S.15 in Burgmann'B hall.. It was :ot lield last night as mentioned in he lieralil. Members are asked to jring refreshments. r CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Q c- A large crowd Is the first ot the new Colonial dances which will be held in, the Knights of Pythias halt tonight The hal will present a delightful appearance and is tastefully decorated in readi- ness for the festivities. Bereaford's orchestra will furnish the music.'' A dainty lunch will be served at mid- night. Taxis are called for one o'clock, and will be at the service ot the dancers until 2 a.m. The Major Jack floss chapter 1.0. D.E. will hold their regular" monthly meeting tomorrow in the Y.M.C.A. at .The .TFni.tert. rhurch choir. North Lcthbridgc, is holding a social even- ing in.tlio hall tonight. METHODIST W. M. 8. PLAN STUPENDOUSLY AN UNUSUAL EVENING WRAP OF.VELVET This ejqulsrts wrap Is originated in delightfully EOft black chiffon velret. The collar is one of its most Inter- esting features, (or it shows the typo that is especially liked this season. Beneath its boofTant folds a shoulder cape Is draped about the figure. This, loo, is a keynote of the Winter mode, (or mnily o( the coats for day wear, its well as.those for of one or'more capes. A very unique decoration Is noted on this model. The large motifs are centered with eyelets like those one usually sees on one's shoes. -About these little holes t re more ornate embroideries done In [old and green beads. (Toronto Globe) Great things for the coming year, the fortieth anniversary of the so- ciety's organization wero planned at yesterday's sessions of the :.annual meeting of tho .Woman's .Missionary Society of the Methodjs{ church.' In- deed, so ranch was still to be done that the last day of the convention occupied three sessions Instead ol just morning and afternoon, as had been arranged. There are over 000 women in the Methodist .church i who are not members of the W.M.8., !and there Is to he a great effort made (to get these women in. The appropriations for the coming were made, and amounted to The great need for prayer, faith and work to accomplish all these objects was emphasized throughout the day. following officers ffere elected: Honorary Mrs; W? B, Boss; 'president, Mrs. H. A. Lavell, B A.; vice-presidents, Sir's. A: Carman and Mrs. Walter T. Brown, B.A.; re cording secretary, 'Mrs. A. N. Bums; foreign secretary, Mrs. B. 3. Strach an; secretary for Japan, Miss Roso Beally, B.A.; secretary for China Mrs. James Hales; homo secretary. Mrs. James Harrison; associate home secretary, Mrs. B. B. Marshall; gers' secretary; Mrs. W. E. Prescotl; secretary for statistics, Mrs. E. S Macfarlane; hoc. treasurer, Miss Mar cella Wllkes; treasurer, Mrs, N. A Powell; rest fund treasurer, Mrs. B A. McCulloch, B.A.; associate editor of'Outlook, Miss McQuiBn; editor of Palm Branch, Miss Lathern; socre tary-treasurer of literature commit tee, Mrs. A. M. Phillips, Mrs. W. B Coulthard, Mrs. J. D. Ctilpman, Mrs J. W. Graham, Mrs. A, W. Briggs, We deny woman Is the In- ferior cexl Mildred Harris Chaplin wll! tell which at the Emprett theatre tadjy. V1 AN ATTACK ON MONTREAL BHOCKVILLE, Ont.; Oct, paring Montreal in the matter ot it! shipping facilities to the pig that has both feet trough, and'does not want any other pig to get Mayor Lewis, at a'-meeting of of trade last night attacked tho attitude of that city regarding ttio propose; deepening St. Lawmncii, saylnf that Montreal, by Its selfishness am lack of foresight, would willingly sac rlficc the Interests of tbrj rest of Can ada, BOYS' VELVET CORD SUITS .Oliver Twist and Russian Norfolk styles in browns and Week End Special MEN'S HATS are ottering Men's Kelt Hals and at prices that can not be beat arid the only way to prove it U to see (see Hats MEN'S SUITS Wo are offering special week-end prices on cur men's suits, made froui serges, worsteds and tweeds. Week- end Less Ten Per Cent BOVS' SHIRT WAISTS b We have a fine assortment of fall and shirt waists for boys In flaunol and heavy oiicrd shirting. All sizes. 1.50, L65, 1.90 MEN'S PULLOVERS Men's pure wool pullover sweaters in combination colors and Mgh roll neck. Sweaters that are made so the neck will not lose its shape. Prices BOYS' OVERCOATS WE HAVE A FULL RANGE Or BOYS' OVERCOATS, SIZES 2 TO 10 YEARS, MADE FROM ALL COAT- ING CLOTHS AND PRICES TO SUIT ALLi THE "CLASSIC SHOE" FOR GIRLS Laco and button styles In stock. Shea g to 10V4. np at 9J.95 11 tO 2 HAS LADIES'PUMPS AND OXFORDS Brown iid, brown mahogany calf, black vlcl kid and patent Jeath- Ers. Pumps and oxfords, medium Cuban and Louis heels with good year welt and hand turned soles. iTHE "TRAPPER" SHOE FOR BOYS They are solid 'and dependable for hard wear.' Sizes S to 10Y5 Sizes H to 13y........... SUes 1 to Show That Sell Regularly for and MEN'S WORKING AND DRESS mixed tweeds and. cord are all good stock and are-reasdnanle in prices: New Arrives in Crockery Dept We have just opened a large Bhipment ot new china dishes and have some exceptional values to show. A par- tial list follows: CUPS AND In tha.ovlde shape. Axvery good quality and six-pat- terns to.choose from, 45o eacn, or per t CUPS AND SAUCERS In the Kermis shape. A plain cup with a blue border around the edge. Per dozen..........J. 'Be sure and see the assortment of hand decorated JAPANESE NIPPON DISHES. The tea set in this line contains six-cups and saucers, sir tea jjlstes, teapot, sugar and cream cake plate, and the price Is only NO LUXURY TAX MEN'S BOOTS Black and brown shades of and calf leathers, with re- cede, medium or wHh toes. All sixes. OC AC Prices.. CREAM JUGS Sn good CHILD'S CUPS AND SAUC- ERS. Good slie and t HAVE.YOU SEEN THE NEW ENGLISH CHINA [j 40-PLECE TEA SETS? THEY ARE GOOD. 30 PAIRS LADIES' BROWN BOOTS With fawn klcj tops and good- year welt soles. Regular up to 515.00. While they last Child's Teddy Bear, and Old Mother Hubbard Mugs Two sites. Two prices, each. 20cand30c Child's Oatmeal Bowls, with Teddy bear design. mn 4UC TEA SETS in Tery good patterns con- taining six cupa and saucers, teapot, 'sugar and cream, 7 nn ..Her set J.UU O nf TWO DESIGNS IN CRUET SETS that are very good. The set contains :Siilt and pepper, and stand.' Per set INFANT'S WARM WINTER COATS In all the variety ot colors, .Silk Jerseys, Floun- ces and TiiSotas. Thoso :skirts 'have the small flounces' shirred upoulhe deep flounce, making a very beautiful underskirt; all sizes; price NEW 'UftdERSKIRTS FOR FALL Particularly suitable and nice are these silk anil'Batrn'underSUrfs'pn ilew tomorrow for the first time; Cut on the season's latest fashion finished and lowly priced ._-...-.. T.HE NEW TARFET1NE UNDERSKIRTS as a feather, pleated flounce, tlor- design, dark and light colors, regular izes'and outsizes An pfi l'13P.rige i................ INFANT'S WHITE BONNETS In the pretty poke bonnet! and the" little round hat Styles.' -Mado of corded silks, cprdtrby velvet, fur, velqilr and cr'epa de cbine, lined with silk or Hannelette and dalut- ily trimmed with white, blue or. pink Bilk ribbon and fine lacs and embroidery. Sizes to 3 years. TQWEARTHESEMWSDSTSMDCOATSISTOffMINBEAirTY Smartly Trimmed With Fur are fe JO to The new suits tailored or trimmed with fur are moat lux- urious. They are strictly upto-date models portraying the season's newest .lines anil silbimette In materials ot velour, fine all-wool serge and tricotino, with new; collar 3, stitching, braiding and button trimmings: Colors include navy, brown, black antl sand, pfnart tailored Pft to P A skirts. Prices range from I .DU. 1 W- Semi-Tailored Blouses of White Habutai Fashioned of extra heavy quality fabrics with usual; coT- lar and cuCf treatments, and the.luodishness ot the long tali' ored sleeves. Splendid blouse for sports or otflca wear. Wanted sizes. VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALHE IN up in a very handsome long model of fine quality pure wool veldur in shades .ot: beaver and brown, with extra large collar, deep cuffs, and wide band around bottom of taupe kit coney; lined throughout with flowered satin. Priced specially. at v, Garments that all women slflvo to dainty and -pretty as. can be. -Wo show 'a, wide variety, at, these parse- prices. f CREPE DB CHINE In sHpOTer 'style; -f n with" rlbhon straps.' Price i i .48 SILK CAMISOLBSJ-Wlth shadow lace top, 'mr small sleeve and front fastening. Price J CAJIISOLJ5 OP PINK OK WiflTB With lacis i shaped shoulder strap and narrow ribbon beading.'! nr price. SATIN In pink or white, with dainty Crt lace top and narrow edging. Price ____ i SATIN With. fastening daw> front anrji trimmed with lace and dainty rosebuds. UADIES OF TASTE ARE ASKING FOR THE "MODART" SPECIAL Closing Out three lines.-Havo. a jfew ot these Modarta to clear, at rJo LUXURY TAX GOSSARD BANDEAUX A rnesh brassiere designed for the aver- age figure.'Boned In back. Hooks In front. Mail3 of pink and white mesh. Elastic In- serts at back. Hooks In back. Sizes A i 32 to 40. At Splendid Value in Comforters English Comfulevc Illled with real down. In shades of old rose, Belgian Hue, moss green and lavender. Size rect Size SVJjxrj feef Thesa are selling freely and will be very hard to procuro later on. Wo still havo a fair stock In scarlet, green, grey nud while. Point 4 Point PLAIN SATIN Fastened under tho arm, hem- stitched and straps; other) with laco top and fn sleeves. Prlco WATSON'S ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR Children's '.'y W BELTS In blaok, red and white. In nar- row widths for tlio- new flannel smocks. Special valuo OC., this week at, each..... Combinations.. to Ladies' Ladiet' Children's to LADIES' DUPLEX CHAM- OISETTE GLOVES In ahadoa of putty, beaver white; all sizes, with the new gauntlet nt, pair....... and NAVY SERGE SPECIAL A high class quality of all wool serge. In good tones ol cardinal, rose, rein- deer, burgundy, navy, russian green, Belgian blue and taupei 42 inches wide. Regular valuo {3.50 yard. For Friday and Saturday, yard i SPECIAL IN HOSIERY 100 pairs Boys' nibbed Hose, eSj 8Vi and 10. Worth 6So pair To clcnr JQ at, pair FLANNELETTE SPECIAL 6 bolts ot good 5rado stjipcd llan- nelette. 30 inches D5c yard. To go wide. to-, yard. To go but on Friday and Satur- ;