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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1920 THE LETHPRIPGB DAIUY HERALD PAGE. THIRTEEN MILADI PIMONAU x Mw. S. J. 026 lOth'Sl, S., will receive tomorrow. 1 iir. Ror Fetter has returned to the Kdraontou Mrs, H. A, Nloholson, who bis been .the guest ot her Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hulton, for the past few months, left today for her home in Toronto. Mr, and MrtC .W. Taylor were visi- tors .In Calgary for a few diyi. MIJs Jessie Eleveruu ot .Claresho'lm was a visitor In the city guest of Miss Eva Hutton. Mrs. Ai Mc'Corvie of Maple'Creek, who has been the guest of her sister, Bleriner-Haseett at Taber, arrlr- ci.in the city- today to home D. C. dearie: Bryce, wife of Prof. George author and writer, who Had'been ill for.some months. Is dead, at Winnipeg. She had spent the past twp..wintor> In Victoria op'l-had honed to return this winter.. She had reach'ed! the [age 'of. 811'and desih was the arter- The engagements! 'aonpUBcedVot Dorothy. Helen Macleod, daughter udge: M acleo d of Daily Fashion When a' baby fell from a floor window in New a wlre.sappprtlag a sign abovo u store on-the ground floor broke ils fall, and a brulsa was the only Injury, ternoon from 3 to 6. All members are urged to attend. The Daughters sad Maids of Eng. land will meet at the home of Mrs. Hedley, 6th Xve. south, tomorrow' ev- ening at 8 o'clock' A tea in aid of St. Patrick3'church will be given at the home of 1C. Pslen, 311 8th Ave. south tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday, from 4 to 9. The Travellers Aid Would appruciate the contribution ot magazines as they will endeavor to sell these to enlarge their moving fund. Same will bo call- ed for If the Aid is notified at phones 631. ;_ 'Tickets'- for .the'.Halloween dance to be given In the'Masonic Hall on Oc- are'! how on sale "by the of the SI koJtotqki chapter and 'anyone to fa aske'd to'do s'd .early as there Is only a limited'huratef... The Thistle Sewing Circle-will meet with Mrs. Harleman, 1818 Glh'Ave. A. north on of apsSiRior.ardEogVsf rest, former. ir-jjjj'y T -Jhe was.delightfully Friday evening.by Dr. 'und'SIrs'. Fox at their p'rettyHfome on Fourteenth'St.1" In' the 'cdurse of the Ilw. C. B. Cragg, presented a'beautiful reading Jomp, to :M r. and Mrs. 'Claude Hughe i expre sgi ing .blWegr'et 'pf.tte.' chpir at'.thoir appr'pachlng'.'dqpartiTrV. Mrs. 8.1-J. Shepherd, B. "Trenholm, MrS. H. M. the At hostess id. serving social' evening' 'wmcfij'was tu have .been 'given by7 the A. at the hquie tomorrow Wed- nesday evening, 'has been Indefinitely postponedi i'v r AJrangeiJeiits are completed which wltl; Insure a pleasant evening for all who attend the O.E.S. danoe at-Coal-. dalo. on' Friday, October 15th: large crowd Is expecled at the Colonial Dance Vhich will be held on Thursday [evening this week' In the Koighta of Pythias hall. Last week's ilahce was a decided, success and waa thoroughly, enjoyed .by' 'all" present. Ber.esfqrd's orchestra will agajn furnish tho music. Lunch will bo 'served at midnight. 'Ail members OE the Eastern -.Star are Invited to a tea on Thursday after- iioon from 3 to 6 to be held at the hoftio of Mrs.. W. L. McKerizle, occasion) J.'Law.' n honor of Mrs. WEDDINGS Maple (5eafs Put on a Delightful YV ''Performance- at the Majestic The "superfluous female" was em- phasized'in the performance the overseas reyifo', present: ed by the "Maple Monday, at the the extremely nat- ural', manner the played their parts.. The camouflage In this respect excellent, and fern (nine grace and figure, outvied theVreal article, while the "creations" .wifre., would describe It, "a It waB a and a very enjoyable perfortnancSVwhicb. was pre- sented to an audience.-who-filled tho theatre to and fancy held high ItVwas nonsense, associated witlfj feyiieiijiDftt animated jvhlch lias the. bringing down good humor which U created and the way it had of tickling the audience right in the marrow The boys had something to do to rival the but they lost-nothing-.in' the and put up' A show1 which iraa sble. Iri'fact, in ihdividuallcases, the "Dumbells" was out-rivalled. This par- ticularly applies to the splendid bari- tone and tenor of Messrs. Wilkinson and Scott, a dancing solo, .and a char- acter sketch.- fn'the dancing solo it was no question that "My.orchard .was 'hot' short of like as sung during the performing. Glorious voices, Plenty of Tim aud'.go made up what may well be to be. p. spark- ling performance, and the players fully merited the rounds :of.applause with which each individual item in the pro- gram-was greeted.. The .performance will 11 dated: 'tonight. It would be appropriate here to draw. of the manage- ment of: the MaJestic'toYthe annoy- ance those seated-.by late arrivals. It was not only observable last night, but has become a chronic habit at the theatre. It would be well or i tho convenience of. that DYE-RIGHT Buy only '''Diamond Dyes. Eich of "Diamond Dyes" contains dlreVtiras that any wolno u caYi a wpr n', shabby skirts, waists, dresses, stockiugs, sweaters, draperies, every- thing, whether wool, cotton or fadeless! colors. Havp'clfusglst miindDjies.Color Card." slckneis, or for tha.want of one's hair bocpiues' dead- and chanics your gives a harsh.look your countenance, Deluwys "Vita-, .leue" FreachiHiir Tpnie brings back dalutily perfumed, and is today. Price ;by Sydney Jackson, 1W l5crIptIoii..Siieblalist, Phone 3C4. Across" trbm. Alexaiidrt HANDSOME MOTOR COAT A striped tweed In -which" dull red and a soft gray'green, are the pre dominating colors Is selected for the fashlonidg of-this handsome coat. li reveals, several style fea Deslgiied-wilh j> tf 3f .Airs, J. ji. Hli'fner's Mellon of tho W.cfloy Inidlos' Aid will meet nl her .home oh KJoyonlh Slroct liimprrow a.t- hese late performers were.kepl from aklng nartlciflar f-j "OUBiraayBe' Seen In Lethbridge Bruce Bairnsfather, Ihe famous tobqist who 'created Old Bill, may he seen in Lethbridge on a public plqt form next month.. The Rotarj club, at'their limphpotv Monday decided to try to' make- arraugbmBntg to get him here. The dale meiittmed Is Govern er 23. J The matter was placed m tho hands of the public affairs committee anij oue of their duties will be to seo If a suitable'nall or theatre cau he obtain- ed for that date, B. Ti. .Petley, boys' work secretary of the y. M. C. A., appeared before the Rotarj' club and outlined the boys' program.for this winter. The boys' work, committee Vaa instructed to Ss to what part the notary club will take In tho program. i-An Invitation was accepted by the attend, with their wives, an informal reception Wednesday eve- ning under tho auspices ,pf the Nurs- ing .Mission. A movement is on foot to organize a-Halloween parly for the Hotarians and their wives. The date now mentioned is1 November 1. Cuticura Yon Hare HiirLikeTlris -Touch sjxrtsof dandruS and itching, if any, with .Cuticura Ointment. Shampob.with Cuticura Soap' hot water. PACIFIC "Like Fresh Cream." The milk comes from the fine, put e bred dairy herds in the 'Frasei River An, improved keeps the nat-' rural.' Pacific MiSk Co. Ltd. Bt at- Abbotsford '_- and chiefly Assam teas, the richest and strongest in the full flavored arid very economical. Try a sealed carton., Rose Coffee is Absolutely PureS 1 StiORErWILL CLOSE ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT 1 O'CLOCK BARGAIN BRILLIANCY DOMINATES THIS ENTIRE ADVERTISEMENT "BE IN THE SWIM" AND STRETCH YOUR DOlLARS TO THEIR LIMITS BY SHOPPING HERE Overcoats for Men and Boys At Prices That Are Unbeatable We have the nicest .Overcoats in different styles cloths this season we The styles.comprise, Jhe .young men's models'in three-qiiarter lengths, form-fit, with and without the'fuir'beltj also fe move staple Ulsters that are- so warm and comfortable with '.the' convertible collars. The cloths are .-fancy plaids antt plain colors in to brown, and grey. Priced' BOYS' NAVY CHINCHILLA REEFER COATS In neat and nitty styles. Sizes frpci' 2 years to 7 years. Prices It's Only Our Superior Purchasing Ite BOYS' HIGH NECK REEFERS heavy wool tweeds. Slies 23 to 2S. Lined with shepherd check. Wednesday French Crepe de Chine This Is a lovely Gab Crepe, Regular f2.00 yard. to clear.-We'd- uesdiy. at, Sucli Vialues CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE Iu black only, fronvS'A to: 10. This is a strong winter rib stock- Ing, and worth about 65o pair today, We will clear, these out on Wednes- day morning-at, pairr1 V Children's Stamped Cotton Dresses, Rompers and Smocks All new goods. Nothing out of date or'ugly.. Regular prices from 98c Wed- ncsday HALF PRICED RlAfK fHIFFON VFI weight TJiisis DLrttlV tllirrUil TLLTL1 worpth at ?12.50 yard is sold fieely in some stoics at this price, 36 inches wide. Splendid I bargain for-half day only, yard...........: ,v.' Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose In sizes S. All pure, wool: .Worth Wednesday morning to deal 50-.pairs at; 89c REVERSIBLE SMYRNA RUGS Just a few ol these lett, so'get'yours now. The rug is 30" .wide and 60" long. Good pattern and all warm, col- ors. Priced at, each VALUES IN SHOES THAT MAKE YOU THINK! Girls' and Misses' Boots Lace and button style. Tho "Classic" and 8 to 11 to 2 T.. Boys' Boots Good inedluQi'weight shoes, leather soles. 8 to 10y2 11 to 1 to HERE'S ANOTHER! Billow Spe- cial for Wednesday Morning, Each An'18" x 20" all feather filled Pillow that is a special bargain grade of fine leathers used i ,and covered with a good weight 'nf 'ticking Wednesday morn ijgspeUal JQ each Kapok Pillows, This j is a large'izert pillowy 21" x tilled with Kapoltv c6tnposltiou The filling will ntjtr hiTnch up, so they are Ideal pijlow Priced to Introduce at, pair y- are nicely cut, made of warm, heavy quality Blanket Cloth, in sizes to Jit ages to 15 years. They come in pretty shades of.fawn, red, light :blue, vsaxe'..arid. cardinal, with pointed ribbon cord at waist, and sleeyes trimmed witH'sHk; another style comes with, A QO to cuffs and belt, with buckle. Priced Heavy Quality Salin With tiarrow nccordlan In shades of paddy, wistaria, saxe nnd.Wjick." 1 nf Heavy Quality Habutai Silk With .deep accordian pleated flounce, in two-tone .effects pf grey with purple, navy with padily, and grey, with rose. Prlco With deep ..flounce, trimmed with tucks and -fin- 1 In plain (Jo ,'shadee and stiart-shot effects. y j i' Good Quality Habutai Silk deep accordian'pleated flounce, In shades of rose, paddy, wine, navy and black. nf WATSON'S SLEEPERS (SPECIAL) SIZE3-1 TO'J.- FLEECE LINED. 1.50 NEW SUITS Made1 of good .'quality velolr, smartly designed with largo choker collar, cross-over belt, tailored sleeves, finished' with row; of buttons. The coat 'S trlrnmcrl -with '.bntldns; and bullhn and Blip pockets. Sizes lii to.35. Skirt Is tailored, has sltt pockets, full bark am! belt round, ,T Colors pi pekln and brown; Price TAILORED DRESSES The season's, most modish styles, Eiiil.iblg for and afternoon wear, with new collars, vests and girdles arid trimmed with braid, beads and buttons, short elbow sleovo and tailored and pleated skirls, Made of fine aergo ,aud trlcotinc, fu many colors. 16 to n. ftft CORSETS LADIES OF TASTE ARE ASKING FOR THE "MODART" A A Closing out trireo lines, Havo a tew of.Lheso Motlarla lp clear, j FURS THAT SPEAK OF BEAUTY AND CHARM Ciarments that convey an Impression of "rognlness and liixnrlousness as no other ma- torinl can. PLUSH In short sport atylo, with Australian opossum Tur collar, loose coal, hcKsd, fnncy. pocketfi, lined satin. JCC nft Size 38. At .....lOJ.UU PLUSH With soft crushed collar, full swing back, large sleeve, belt across [root, lined floral satin. Size SALT'S PLUSH In new- choker collar, loose stylo belt all -round, fancy pockcls and 'trimming a'. largo fancy jet buttons. Sizes 36 and 42, Price SALT'S SEAL lifV sport style with criished cbllar, loose large sleeve, with belt' lii frbnt'. and, slip pockets, lined raricy pussywillow silk. ;