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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THIRTEKN PERSONAL Irwin his home lu Barons. returned to her WEDDINGS j' MOREY Quietly on Monday, October llth at church in'anse, Lucy Honola Morey w'aK-' united- marriage to Homer.A'tkina. both of Bow Is- Jenny Kockios of Magrath, vrhai dislocated her shoulder on Sun- is progressing nicely and' has removed from the hospital. D'K I. E. Temple, of Fendleton, Ore- In the city looking alter his Investments here. 11 Mis. M, V. Homlg ot Winnipeg, gen- erafi secretary of the Woman's Mis- Th so- Elodiry society oP the Christian church for the western provinces, who in spending a few days in the, ic guest at the home of Mrs. Dimtworth, led tor Commerce to cltyfc the apeoi a few days at Mr. and Mrs, Pat- prior- to leaving for Caljary points. 5: ;f. Sjr. and Mrs. P. Jl_. Spooner and children left today Jor Calgary, where thelj-wlll Uke up residence in Elbow Friends will be pleased to learn thatjatter In'the. Van Halricm Mm., William '-Hif- recovering nicely. Mi, and Jack -Amundsen have returned to their home in Claresholm. While in the city, they were the guests ot Mr. J.'Kenny. a and Mrs. U A.. Felger-and fam- ily of Mlnneappiisi 'are "visitors in the '.nigfct in Kno was a suc'sessfil as well as a enjoyable evening. Mrs. John Craig presided over tho meeting an those, assisting In the program wer Miss Harrison, Mri Craig, Miss Blrc I, thfc misslonary-'at gave, a! Bible reading. Tie 'BlalnrJpre- chapter of the "organized1 qn Wednes- day, Sept: 29, at 3 o'clock, In the town hall. Thlrtyeight ladies were present and: as members. Mrp. Bryce J.-Sannders, of Edmonton, presided. The following officers were Mrs.- W. A. Hender- son; -let--vice-regent, Mrs. L-; iivin Outer and Under 2nd vice-regent, Jlrs. H. L. A. (John; recording .secretary, J. -0. treasurer, Mrs. F. Pluk- hey; educational, Miss Fulton; Miss standard bearer; Mrs. Margaret McKajr. X 0 it SOCIAL 3 fr oVer seventy-five couples enjoyed at the Masonic hall.last evening, given by the 0. P. R. Social club. These series of dances have proved to be very pop- and are always looked forward to wl'.h great interest. The' 'dance program was excellent, being arrang- ed tfy Mr. Ktlborn's orchestra. thoiw-jreseiiU.were ol the "Maple beat Company" some ot whom were kind, .enough to asulst la toff'musical program, v V.- the recipient of-a'handsome piano limp In appreciation ot the esteem in which they were held by tho members of the staff of the International .Har- vester Company of Canada, Ui. .A leirlfle-nfsVt Pactf flc was filmed for one if the brllljwt of "Undtr Crimion a Unive.-sal Not urlil. At Colonial Friday and Saturday (his vr -v The weekly dance at the exhibition layiltpn held .tonight as.u.sual, :t" was 'previously arranged' 'to 'hold this dance in, the Masonic hall to- night owinR to the cold, weather, bu as a result of day, the flance.will he held Pillion. Mr Kllbpm's" orchestra -'will dance program. V i 4 The regular, meeting of the Centra C. T. U. will bo held tomorrow af ternooa, Thursday, at nt th home of 312 6th Ave By Gertrude Berestort J PLEASING DRESS TO .WEAR AT HOME A fabric Is very, much In evl- le'nce for, (he nlmplc afternoon frock It itself well '.he bodice Is quite plain and rather stralgliUy abo'Bt thr figure. U i! finished with long ends that are Irawn toward the back where they ire loosely tied ithey rcviaJ io lining of mv- "-'J Vflnely-plfatMr'H, .f- )artly cdvAfeS tff.itlnflsa irepe lie chine, 'which shows R Jash Colonial color In flame satin lining.' week. tied so; that ithey reveal nsttfci, brilliant photo- of iklrl (np'hy'and'Elmo tho mighty1, fafc-'lfi fronMlUa It the" success Of "Under. Cr.irii- feU a serial. 'At the Nwt Friday and Women's Civic club'will'be held on Thursday at C. A., at four o'clock.''- There a general mwtmg of tho Military Chapter f. 0. D. B. on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In tho G. W. V. A. club roprat..WilI all mem- to at.tend .t-ae I6lal- businesiu-U being all thoso'A'avlng Roysi Crojvp Soap wripp ttie TrayellersVAid wlth-'lhe children to the schools or to Mrs. M. Needs, 1241' 5th Ave. A. south, or phone (1830, The aid collects Magic Baklng- would be appreciated if ;t3ieso t-ouitohs'could in along wifS.the soap The Travellcra Aid would appreciate the cohtribntldn.'of magazines .as they will endeavor to sell these to enlarge their building fund.. Same will be call, ed for It the. Aid is notified at phones 678 'or. m.- _ LINGERIE BLOUSES ff f HOLD THEIR Tlio fine lingerie bionse never goes out of fashion. Notwithstanding the fact that Innnmefable styles In silk arid Oebrgelle iovely affairs of lace, etc., are available for wear dnr- ing the fall and winter months, the demand .for -the sheer ,cotton blouse continues strdiig. Little that Is unusual or new in style line is shovjn, but quite a number of new trimming nov-1 cities are offered. Madeira embroidery la generally used'and'fllct'-lace and embroidery are frequently combined with very good effect, bands of the lace being joined lo embroidered: motifs, or vice versa. Coltars'anil! ciiffa are frequent- ly finished with hann-tewrt scallops that are dainty nniT serviceable. the llng'crjbVwalat'is daintiness of anrf best mMCl3 tlcAllyl-'intlrel'y hand i'HSnd of.cofor-'ls'frejiitenlly glVelCthe blouse by'Ilia colored thread In ing Ihc drawn work pattern. Many women buy plain-hand-made blouses In Hhb shops' and finish them at home by applying crtgings o( filet or Irish crochet lace, letting In and inserts of hand-made lace, broidery, etc. By this process the ihte'reating: part of the work id avoid- ed and when finished tho garment will be a thing of .beauty and a real treas- ure from the standpoint.- of money value. Appllfine motifs ore employed as trimming, on many ot the .Gjorgctlo and sllk'ibldUses Taffeta nSay'jbe efto taffetfiIjlousSn (clt; duvetyn pntent icather mo-1. duvety Ufa are applied. Bcails and jot nail heads alsb'flgufd prbmliiently is trim- mines. Offer many opportunities to gain genuine savings and by far the widest variety of choice we have ever had to through- out which demonstrate more forcibly than ever again this season the leadership of this which would do credit to stores AND UNDERSKIRTS, BATH ROBES AND KIMONAS WAISTS AND MIDDIES, CHILDREN'S COATS AND DRESSES IN 2-6 AND 6-14 RANGES, HOSIERY AND GLOVES CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR, PURSES AND HAND BAGS, NECKWEAR AND SCARFS, WOOL SETS, PULL- OVERSANDSWEATERS' FURS, MILLINERY, ROMPERS, BOYS' SWEATERS AND PANTS, RIBBONS, SMALLWARES, ETC IN ALL THESE LINES STYLES ARE EXCEPTIONALLY FINE BRIGHT NOW, MERCHANDISE IS ALL OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF QUALITY IT IS; POSSIBLE TO PROCURE SO WQMEN SAY, ARE MUCH BELOW THOSE ASK- ED FOR SIMILAR GOODS IN :vfe i FAI1; OTIS RICHEST FUR TRIMMED SUITS -f to Pure wool velours and broadcloths, colors navy, brown, tan, reindeer, taupe, burgundy, otc.; fur trimmings of Hud- son., seal, natural.and taupe opossum, sable, etc. All exclusive styles, Just one of a kind. HANDSOMEST TAILORED SUITS to j Materials ot finest serges, gaberdines and broadcloths, colors black, navy, brown, reindeer, fawn, burgundy, etc. Splendid range of sizes in small women's, regular and extra large women's sUeV Coats beautifully trimmed with braid, chain stitching; embroidery work, etc, SURPRISINGLY GOOD VALUES ffl (MS AND BIG ASSORTMENTS FM THANKSGIVING CHOOSING BARGAIN PRICES In the Balance of All Piece Goods Yelta flannels, 50c cialoried safe'.. corded'Velvets, sale velvets, 94c 37C .94c TOU w "drVss'gobds, sale'. dress goods, sale Roman satin lining, sale SPECIAL SALE OF CLOTH COATS, A splendid showing in all-wool polo and blanket cloths, chinchillas, etc., In grey, brown, green, burgundy; small and regu- lar sizes up to Worth to ?50.00. EXTRA SPECIAL CLOTH COATS tbe money's worth you will find Slado of all wool velours and polo clothe, In a great variety of niV'est in young la .women's and ex- tfa farge women's sizes. SPECIAL VALUE FUR TRIMMED COATS .'Exceptionally good buying a_t the prices. Made of all wool velours and polo cloths, in colors brown, beaver, reindeer, taupe, 'burgundy, etc.; fur trimmings of natural and taupe opossum, Hudson seal, etc. Sizes up', to'41. BEAUTIFUL PLUSH COATS to REMNANT SALE black plushes, short ami long longths. Many unmatch-. ablo'Values in regular and extra large sizes up to bust meas- ure. .Itlchcst crushed plushes' in mole, sand, ton, beaver, etc. All Ellk lined and fur collars. AnROMcing the Arrival of Our Complete New Stock of CORSETS THE FRONT LACING CORSETS An individual Gossard for every woman that will give ideal pro- portions anct correct feody poise with priceless comfort. Every Gos- sard offers an' unequalled wearing service and >vill retain its original shape until it is completely worn ouL .GOSSARD BRASSIERES......................... 90c to Complete new fall stoclra now await your approval. THE BEST OF GOOD UPERWEAR Watson's, Splendidly complete varieties for cool weather now await your early selection. Hundreds of useful lengths left over from final clearance of yard goods on the bargain table the next three days at -savings of one-quarter to one-thM of original -prices. Useful ends of drest goods and ftllka, flannels and r cretonnes and satetnt, and curtain muslins, cotton Lengths that you can use in many easy ways, selling at prices which are much below present wholesale. DAINTY GEORGETTE WAISTS V Verv attractive new styles, lower in price, it anything, than those we hart a year ago. 'Handsomely beaded and embroidered, effects in the latest smock and shirtwaist styles. NEW TRICOLETTE WAISTS The ronular novelty of the season, handsomely embroidered in colored yarns, very amart.wlth separate skirts, correctly pro- portioned and perfect fitting. SPECIAL SILK PETTICOATS Four new Im'os in smock and new middy style's.' 'Colors Copenhagen, sami and old rose, elaborately embroidered. Very special .values at the prices. AND MIDDY WAISTS Saturday this t'n length, high neck, long sleeves; ankle length, low ;nnklo length, low neck, sleeveless; knee length, low neck, slee-vcloss. t Beautiful fine quality garments representing the highest grade of garments and the best obtainable shown in nl! small and regular ladies' sizes, also extra U, S. sizes for very stout women, up to 48 bust measure, Cfflren's Knitted Unfewaists, I5c Full rnngo of sizes 22-to 30, splenilld well shaped: finished'-with (ana ami buttons. Union Suits, White Complete hew stocks a'mM'ull ranKC of sizes frdrri'20 to 32. Heavy rib, natural color ami fine while garments, very anil excellent quallly. Hands.omo floral soft, excellent wearing Bilk. Shown in a variety of newest and..most-wanted colors. lis Is A Great floy e And Hoaery Store Assortments are now at ]the highest; point of'Complete- ness, and nothing.but best, standard of quality gain .admission jto.tfiis store; and prices, -we can assure you that values offered here are as good and in many cases better than you will pay for .similar qualities m many stores. HEAVY SILK GLOVES; a'ia Gloves that wftmen nro using exclusive- ly to take the place of kill. Colon) brown, grey, black-and white, double tips, contrasting stltchlngj FINEST GUARANTEED KID GLOVES DOGSKIN WALKING W: GLOVES Lovely Bott (juallly. All sizes to 1V5. Samo prices as two years ago. 'HEAVY SUEDE GLOVES Trcffause French kid, while with black, and black with white. The finest quality it la possible to buy. All sizes In stock. 0. S. CASHMERE HOSE Pcnniah'8 superior