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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8.-1921T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE PERSONAL A -Mrs. W. V. Poapst left this morning home la Rock Island, Quebec, a vjsjt of. a' few ihonthS; with and Mrs, J. H. I Mr. J. C. Davidson, of; Oot, Is a business Visitor 1n'the city.' J.': Srs. Fred slip was'CallecJ owfog', to the illness-'of 'heW'niolhef, Wright. V'1' Benjamin to Calgary afte'r spehdlLi j wlth'-her grandmother, Mrs. William Stafford. V Mr. E. N. Darker of Cardston ig'-in Lelhbrldge today. Magistrate Burrell of-Hacleo4.is.in In the city. ;V Jtr. AftOwptf oi'Siinncapolls''is'- a Tlsltorjln- Mr. and Mrs.' D.' R. Yates have re- turned from an extended visit in me rs. wara, wife, of Lieut-Col. Jaraes SOCIAL Mrs. W. V. Poapst was the guest of honor and Miss May Youug the hos- tess ''al' a most delightful party last evening, whetf number ot girls were entertained honors going Miss Eva Hutlon. Later-delicious serredj by the iisalstea Miss la tola Har- die. The sapper an.d'social given on nes'day Evening'' By Ubei-ladies" of- St. Mary's church, North Lethbridge, was a complete success and thoroughly en- all.' The jcicfoperatlon and jdig'emehtrwas.adffiired and soc- iety is to congratulated on the manner In wnieh everything was'carrled out. It Is hoped that en- tertainmen.ts of this nature will be giv- en more frequently la the future as it tends.to lend a spirit of friendliness. one woman tor baby clothes, aow wool material given io another .wo- man for children's underwear, five large size wlnler coats -given to Bothers to re-make for their girls, worn boots and clothing given to eleven families, sin loads of coM were Bent out by the city, 62 calls for wo- men; for day's work supplied, two calls! for maids, five calls for women to help with teas. Milk Station'and Baby Clinic During, of September niUk'was supplied for 39 babies, for 12 of these the food was specially pre- pared. For. IS- babies tho milk was given fre.e. 'We have babies comlag to our clinic, with au average' jb( 22' each week. The two sick babies receiving care at'the .Mission last month have both gone home.- They still receive occas- ional visits from the.nurses and are both doing The. clinic .Is atiendeS and every week brings us somebody new. V (Signed) A: M. TILLEY, Superintendent. '.r-. ;A thoroughly' enjoyable time was spent lasi'jevenjng.at the .Knights of Hail .couples on-tbe I occasion .'of'the 'first nVw Colonial dances" which are now a regular weekly Thursday evening fix- turoj for the coming fall and, winter season. 'Superb dancjsg inusfc was furnlshed-by.Beresford's orchestra 6! six pieces, jhe floor was In perfect TVaYd; formerly of. Fishburu, j p Not We'stifllnster.'a few weeks-ago: W .Lieut-Col, and Mrs. Ward came from and Barrie, Ont., "arid settled at Fishbuni in 1901 where" they remained for eight years. costs a day to rnn the U. S. Government. In'1914' it cost dally. shape 'for dancing. An appetising !Wh- served promptly at mid- Intermis- etl were offeied and Mr. Den Thc neit dance is being looked orward to by co IGDDU. W. D, Love. as.A.. tticma OQ tba of SUrtr lore in the nacbioe. fajtu Utexloclor. I qf T6e wound ;Sf trouble ramBuk j fleecy blankets. way; It's ihc hcsi- iy, too, because puffe' :in blankets wctr Soap )t wtlb-i 'nitboat rabbinj, 'tfr'istiaf, ot ft'ft wonderful clothes J-.-..: C. nt.thne to this city :the pn 'hufsday at her apartments lii. thi Union Bank '-hostess wore a beautiful sown of wedgewood ilue georgette, trimmed with beads rhlle: Mrs.v; J, A.'Ja'ch'son" and McNicol who received with her be dlniiTg look id 'forme? wearlni a gnwa of blue georgette will 3rmlne fur-and picture and tho alter and pic The. room's were gay with profusion of fall flowers, the colo scheme throughout being m yellow Mrs, P. W, D. A. the ices fly. appojnteAifaWe chrysa'ntlieinuma and-were as- sisted i by Mrs W. S. flrayaia Mtss-Portan1 Little Miss Elizabeth Taylor waa the "duo attendant. 'V On Satordiy afternoon in the Baalim Garage show room on 7th Street from I to 6, the .Women's Auxiliary to tb JL-wlll W-bostesses at; a tea'-of th leason. Men are cordially Invited an it is hoped that everyone will help I1 this local 'workl J-..J The C. P. R." Social' an'l Athleti Club will continue their fall series o dances on Tuesday "evtatne._ "Mr. Ki horn's orchestra will provide eicellen music for the fne'tnbers and friends 6 this .club.' The usual-, dancing clas will be held between the hours of eigh and nine. The ,whfst drive given by the Daugl (efs ami Maids of England in Burg mann's ball on Thursday evening w; most successful. Over fourteen table wera in play, the winners being 'Mr. Gant, for ladles first prize; Mrs. C Jones, second, and consolation Tprii to Mrs. Wlgg. Mr. G. the gents first prize, th second and tho consolation "prize-i Mr. Fox.: The society have arrange to hold a series of ,whist drives du Ing the seaEoa or, every se orid.Wednesday of.each month. -I -f Q yard 2Q O.NLY, MEDIUM SIZE CROCHET wm BEDSPREADS Splendid values at J3.75 eacii One onl> ijp to'each customer. To clear at. each Dark Plaids for. Child- ren's School Dresses 42 Inches wide. In dark and medium plaids. Splendid Value a't tbe original price (1.16 yard. Saturday Special, OA yard Led put.J are baited together. in the.ll pantry-and set a small bos In each and keeiij it filled with quick- lime. When a new telephone stand has been substituted for the old .one the painted and nsed for ilectric lamp. old one-Can he a stand for an e! GREAT COATING SNAP 1 piece-each, grey; red ami green blanket coating. Tills is all wool and worth today 55.15'yard. To clear oa Saturdav, O .yard We have a full range of; styles and es in stock. You. will need a pah one of these, wet mornings. Phone in yoiu size and we'wiiKdelivera pair, to yom Home i fi LADiel' SPATS.AND BOOTTOPS' Fawn, castor, taupe, brown, pearl grey, dark grey and sand, shades, BAKER3 FAVOR RATE .INCREASES TORONTO, OcL closing] seasibn .ol the and last ;night a re: olution was passed In favor of grant- Ing increases loathe railway and tele- photic companies, but not too great in; creasoE. COW ON RAMPAGE ROOM 11AI.DBN, Brfgr, Oct! wasn't' a bull In a china shop here that raised the rumpus, but a cow In a dining; room. When the cow mounted the InWe at tbo White Heart Hotel hero and proceeded with the demolition of a lettuce sandwich, guests-stampede j, The landlady, Mrs. Martha Bolden. wns knocked down and walked on by MEN'S DRESS BOOTS Black and brown shades or calf leathers, medium, wide or recede ..toe styles. Goodyear ivelt i MEN'S SHIRTS Men's fine grey flannel shirt for work or dress. .Mado from urishrlnkablo flannel. All sizes. -I p Saturday Special.......... JlJ.l J MEN'S SUITS Saturday only wo will give 10 per cent, oft all our suits, made from fine serges, tweeds and worst- 'dels. Prltcs to Remember Saturaay, Less 10 per ceht, LADIES' BOOTS Black and brown shades or calf medium and heels. No Luxury Tax on These Lilies. TRAVELLER'S SHOE SAMPLES High grade hrogues, pumps, ox- fords, Theo ties and hoots. Sizes ,214, 3, 314, 4 and -1H. To Clear at 1-3 Off Men's Pure Wool Hose Four in one rib, pearl, and plain. Made from heather mixture and fancy wools. Special value, pair J NOVELTYNEOTEAR A large assortment of all the newest weaves and colors in poplins Cheneysj and fancy silks, AA TO Every.Grannie Full of Health and every granule is eatable, for there is no waste to. Children love its sweet nut-like flavor, it is ready- cooked and no sugar need be added in serving. Made by Canadian Postum Cereat Ltd, Windsor; Ontario from BOYS'CAPS Just'arrived a nc.w ahlpment ot boys' winter caps. Prices-- BOYS VELVET CORD SUITS Mado from pure soft velvet In browns and navy, Hegular ?6.00. Salur- i day Special outfit your home with riiw shades at (he smallest possible outlay. We have the plain green, oreen with cream CUSHION FO round and square, Russian clown, and very soft fl? -j and comfortable. Priced up from TRUNK SPECIAL SS Ihch canvas covered largo box with heavy steel binding, elm slats with pro- tector clamp. Two leather straps, strong lock nnd bolts. This Is an exceptional bargain. Price for Satur-