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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920 DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEH PERSONAL A. 11. Qrlgg of Sixth'An.' will not 'receive tomorrow. i Mrs, J. H. Bealty has returned from six weeks visit in the east j Inspector J. ;B. mornlns from'' j Mr. C. P. Harris' li 'court inyHacleod today. 'Mrs. kelson ana Mlti' Ctirli? lifiei1 Nelson-'leave i'shorfly on a Visit toJTaber. to berths of-Her.'and Mri. A. C.' before proceeding IpJShelr Seine-in .'Mrs. J. W. McNIcol recently enter- tained at bridge at her-home on Fifth AT'ebuB Da, honor of Mrs. W. R. Seattle. Mrs. W. J. Maughan and children have returned from they spent the past.summer.' ijDr. J. H. Rivers is.confined to his bed very'severe'cold.'' Mrs. J. H. Cavanah who has been tlje guest, of Mrs. H. n. Miles for the palt few'days Is now visiting at the hope ot Mrs. W. H. Morris before leaving for her 'home in Peterboro, Ont: C. A. Magrath has roinrned to Ot- tawa from a trip: to the old country. '.'1; Ellas Adams'-hia returned to Van- convention at Windsor, Ont., was' .he election of officers. Mrs. L. C. McKinney, Alberta, was elected rice-president. By resolution, the con-j ventlon decided to change-the name! of Dominion to "Canadian Women's! Christian Temperance Unlonl" The ladies auxiliary of the and navy veterans In Canada In .convention at Victoria, re-elected Mrs. p. D. Mac- Kay, ._E. Wfesdenl', "WinnJpe'jf, treasurer; Mrs. J. Bs 'secretary. Mrs. Kemp was appointed rice-president. be a sale of clothing and home-cooUng.. in. the; MIners -hall on j from.two tot 'eight 6'clockT Thls'wlll be under the! of the M. S. and! 'the proceeds will be used for rulsslttu-1 ary work. Everybody is cordially In- vited. Dominion Rebokab' Lodge No..41 will meet tonight in the I. 0. O. P. I hall.at o'clock, when bej conferred! Visiting sisters and broth- ers welcome. at St. Mary's chnrchj on Friday, night will he held al 7.30 nstead o'clock, nnd will start shi-rp on time. A full attendance Is. urged members are to be punctual. conver. Mr. Holla, N.D., is'visiting at-khe-hdme'of his sister, Jte; W. ;Mr. of Leth of the. -Al- berta in Mac- 'l leod yesterday; f Mr. was a itor in Maofe'edi" yesterday. s-, YCHURCHE8 AN6 SOCIETIES The tea given In aid of the St. Patrick's church at the home of Mrs. yesterday afternoon was a great success, the sum realized being over thirty dollars. The chief business conducted yes- terday by the- Dominion Women's Christian Temporarica Union. in jDaily Fashion By Befeiford j I PBOTECTINQ A VEIL .YOU KNOW OUR SPECIAL SALES ARE GENUINE OBSERVE HOW RUTHLESSLY -s: WE SLASH PRICES FOR MEN AND AND SATURDAY BHKS YOUR OlMtt MS t-DOHt DEUV T WTS OEY! MEN'S, ENGLISH FLANNEL SHIRTS In good colors and al! sizes. Will make the best winter nhlrt obtain- able. Regular ?4.50. Week-End i WINTER OVERCOATS At a real saving. Made from Irish freise and tweeds. All sliea 34 to 44. WEEK-END SPECIAL1 10 Per Cent. Less MEfS LEATHER COATS "Windproot, -waterproof, and the only coat for driving, is our belted leather coat. Regular ?80.00. fr CORNER IN GOOD THINGS Nut Loaf Mix one quart soft bread crumbs, one-quarter cup butler melted In one- hai.f.'cu'p eggs, well beaten, or two egg yolks in place of oua egg; one-half teaspoon salt, few grains pap- rika, one cup walnut meats, broken In pieces. ;Bak8; in bread tin about one-half tiour in a hot oven. Pudding Four egBS; one cup sugar, milit, six tablespoons flour, lump butter.' Cook'1 until''thick and cool, add vanilla then. Fill a dish, slice'bananas-ep.-top-of custard; put. a meringue mado of beaten whites, j nnd brown'. This mixture can nlso be used for a: Tilling a baked crust, which is delicious. Canned Cherry Roll Sift together one pint flour, tea- spoon salt, two teaspoons baking powder, make Into a soft'dough, moist- milk ortwateri divide into 'flvV ot pud- ding pan; place canned cherries on top and pour .over .following-sauce: One tablespoon butter, one cup. sugar crimed together, one pint boiling water? bake in hot oven until brown about 20 minutes. Some Good Meatless Dishes Corn arid .scrape! the corn from six-medium, sized earsj and then place in a mixing bowl and! add ono onion grated, four tablespoons j of Jlncly minced parsley, one teaspoon of sail, one teaspoon of paprika, .three eggs, one Beat to mix and then po'.ir in well- greased custard cups. Set the cus- tard, cups; in "a pan. and-add "water to abouX one-half depth of the cups. Bake in slow oven for'thirty minutes. Re- move from the oven and let stand for two minutes. Take a knlfo and loosen ironv edgu then1 iurii-" oh a thin slice ot toast. Garnish with fine- i ly minced parsley and'then serve with cream Banco. Egg the egg plant In half from stem lo blossom end.' Scoop out the water and then" parboil. Drain I well. Now take the cheese and maca-! ronl filling anil add the cooked pulp: ot the egg plant. Mil back into the shell; round'up well. Brush with beaten egg and then cover with fine breadcrumbs. Bake in a hot "oven for; thirty minutes and then haste each' half ot feg plant with two tablespoons of sal.ad'ioll. ;Serv'e wlth-cheesa sauce. Corn- tne. corn from four large cars and than place in a. add; three-tiuatfars cup of; pnjs-halfc cup flour, teaspoon ot two teaspoons; of baktrg powder, one-half teaspoon j of paprika, two teaspoons of grated' onion, four tablespoons of ed parsley. Beat to mix and then fry like" Kilters. Plain Cake 6gg beaten light add one cup sugar cr6amcd with 4 tablespooris- ful'butter, 1-2 cup sweet milk, season- ing i-'lnrge cup 'flour Into which has beeh 'sifted 2 heau.ltig tea- ap'ooiituls of baking powder. Bake In onlck oven.' Week-End Special, at MEN'S HATS Pelt Hats.. to Tweed Hats. to yelour Plush Hats, Winter Caps. to Fall Caps.. to A FASCINATING WRAP OF .ORANGE VELVET Among the that are greatly admired thU season those that reflect t6n'esKof in high fav6r. these 'arts best expressed In such beautiful materials as velvet, soft folds' a" delightful sheiri. Orange-colored velvet Is selected for the.developing ot this at- tractive The sole decoration ot this simply-finished wrap li silver fringe which about the fihotJders thougti to nuggest an' addid cape. The collar of'velvet .is lenirthcned Jntn a sweeping scarf that may' ho drapod several times about thejnecK. too', elaHornted with rows of silver fringe that matches tita cloth ot tllver lining. To keep a veil from tearing when pinned at Ih6 back of the neck, get half a yard of ribbon (same shade as your ono inch wide. Double lengthwise, making It half an inch wide. Measure ribbon around neck to fit comfortably. Then take the lower end of veil and sew carefully between the two crtgen or.Tibbon, with- out fullness, using, of course, the middle-part of vcilr leaving ends .free to lip over hat. Then sew clasps on ribbon to clasp at the back of the neck. Thii makes a protty finish to vel', keeps' 1 1 from tearing and It will 'last twkf as lone.- Chicago, are said to bo making refunds dally to customers .because of price re. j diictlona-which'run ijip to rhord than' 60 per cent. In textiles and afiect prac-; tic-ally lino except hardware. SIX ONI.Y, SHEEP LINED VESTS The only way to havo one is to he there at our special sale. Six only, 'regular WEEK-END SPECIAL' MEN'S UNDERWEAR Wo have all brands of Under- wear and can offer to you the best makes and. prices obtainable, oUQii" as StattBelirs and" Watson's combinations. At r MEN'S FUR CAPS These are made from real hides and are also real values. Mads from three .well-known'7 seal, muskrat iind bcayer. Regular (16.00. nn "Week-End Special FOURliONLY, ALASKA BEAVER; COATS Botli warm and comfortable, not carry around. Special, MEN'S SUITS Space does not allow us to'mention air Week-Cnd Snecinl of our suits, however, we aro offering this A yi ssTjr FOR OUR BOYS' DEPT. LOOtivl THESE SAVING PRICES 1 BOYS' TWEED SUITS In Norfolk end.hlEh waist line. Week-End BOYS' MACKINAWS BOYS'WOOL GLOVES S3 I. Hat. coat and legging all. to match. 8 only, 'sizes 1. to S years. Week-End (tin ft ft Made froBi''real; heather mottled yarns. .Sizes 4 to Si-. Week-end-sel'llng BOYS' FALL HATS Tweed Hats, in plush: Are very neat and cosy for present wearinK.'" Rich and Luxur- 'ious Styles in FUR WRAPS COATS "C A NEW SHIPMENT JUST invite inspection to dis- plays on 1st floor, Friday and Satur-: day. Silk Dresses Week.End Special 19.75 This Is a Week-End Special frpm the Ladlts' Ready-to- Wear' Department. Don't miss it! It's a real buy! Taffeta silk', straight lines, short sleeve, round neck, tio Colors gold, fawn, old rose and nary. Priced at Coats for Misses 2 to 7 Years White eiderdown, with pearl hut- to (jo PA tons. '.corduroy, trimnicd. Prices hrald Flannelette Night- gowns at Well made, roomy gowns, In nice sott quality flannelette; open front style 'frith fancy blue or'pink stitch- Ing. Special Sat- urdny HERE'S WHERE YOU SAVE ON SDISAND DRESSES: BLUE CHEVIOT SUITS to for SLIPOVER FOR WOMEN AT. and To wear around the house or un- der your raincoat, stylish, comfort- able and good economy. Slipover Sweaters, In wool, with, long sleeve and square collar, in plain shades of American Beauty, turquoise, roso and green.- Sizes 36 QA to 40. At Another style, with ripple sleeve BLUE SERGE DRESSES And a tew browns. To clear at Qrey At Grey Fleece At.................... Light Grey Knit Underskirt. At All Wool Jersey Underskirt. Natural At....... CHILDREN'S 85c to Don't miss these values at tho Bay this week. Large shipment of Lin- oleum just to hand. We invite early inspection. Gossard Corsets, Gossard for V Weiar Corset of mpdlum low oust, imarlly accented waist line and with beautiful flap hip back; lines will meet the figure needs ot a lurso num- ber ol, women; made In a fine soft coutll, bothTpink and 20.. to 7C" 3QT 'This corset Is ed for the slight or average figure and Is lightly Ixmed, with; an extremely low skirt that confines the lower back -and "Ililghs to straight lines; made of good. qiinUty coutll, pink -or white sizes 20 U 30 BOYS' OVERCOATS AND REEFERS Reefers mads from navy chinchilla. Sizes 0 to 6 years. Prices 114.75. to" Tiweed Coats, In neat styles. Prices ?1C.OO to ?25.00. -WEEK-END SPECIAL W Per Cent Less FLANNEL MIDDY WAISTS for GIRLS These are excellent garments, practical and smart for school wear. Ages 6 to 16. nf to Prica..........-... News of Vitel Interest From The Hoyle's English Prints The best dye and wearing quali- ties to bo hought today. This nual- lly print will sell at Son yard In the sprlnr, and It will sell freely at that urlco. Our price today, while per yard Galatea To Clear Six pieces only, Navy Ualaleft, 28 Inches wide. Regular pHco 65c ynrd. Trltlny and Saturday only, yaril If s Value Tkt Cgdnts and Here It Is in LADIES' SPATS AND BOOT bnnm, dark pearl grey, dark grey, fawn, castor, tan, arid white shades. We lines in A, B and C fitting as well as combination sizes, which will assure you a perfect fitting spat.or boot top. arid tops, good' year welt soles, Louis and medium lieols, black nnd brown shades of kid or calf leathers and two toiio shades. rtt? and LADIES' BROGUES AND ING English walk- ing anil mtlltnry.heels. Widths AA to E. Sizes 2 to S. All with fiflod- year welt soles. lo HISSES' AND OfRLS' WlGH TOP Black ami brown shades, with hand-sewn welt soles, recede rind Edu- QP to AC cator lasts. At ft tad. 8CHQOL BOYS' special lino of hard-wearing shoes. Just the tiling tor everyday use. Guaranteed to.give every satisfaction. Specially priced Clearance Sale Of Gabardine comet In black i- r.-i only. It Is 61 Inches wide and worth about J2.60 We have about 40 and will sell it Friday morning at less than cost. ;Come early, and take aa niuch as'you like at, per 81.29 At Last tie Linoleum Is Here We have received our carload of Nairn's Scotch Inlaid Linoleum, the first lot to be had for three years, Tho Tnlnld Linoleum la tho. test lo buy as the pattern runs right through and tliaro Is no wear-out to it. The patterns come In the block ami tile effect and are all good Bo hero early nnd get your cholco of tho beat patterns. The price will be, per square yard ,i..... S3.25 REAL DOWN COMFORTERS Tn largo tlzo, .Imported, direct. by us. We do not buy these goods from middlemen: In lovely at, A BROWN, GREEN, ROSE WHITE VELVET CORDUROY All new gomls, 36 Inches wide, lovely riuallty. licgulnr price yard, -To go out al, MQ yard pieces only) plaid CREPE CINQHAM; 4Z Inches wlile; a. now weave, liogular price J1.66' yard. To clear .Friday anil Sat' urday at, per yard TABLE OILCLOTHS AND SANITILE WALL COVERINGS THE TABLE'OILCLOTKS and 51- n v Inch widths, In white and colored. All new slock SANITILE WALL COVERING, Is <5 inches and good quality- I'rlce, OA., tl fifk 11 wide, in bllio' or greon block patterns on QA1 9I.UU whlto grounds. Price, yard OVi. ,89c VELOUR OTOry npw shade including reindeer, pWrplo, mlat, fawn, taupe, Pekln blue anil brown. quality, 64 Inches wldo. Tor ynrd......... U5 FINE 'NAVY SERGES All guaranteed imported goods. 61 inches wide. Very fine twills. At, per per yard ;