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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 1920 THE LE'fclftRTDGE ATLD PAGE SEVENTEEN MILADI PHONB Li HOSTESS FOR TOMORROW c- t luncheon" W. L. Mrs. A. 0. Saundersi P03, 3rd Are., will receive tomoYrow afternoon. f- .PERSONAL B.. MorrU, spent the weekend ID Calgary. i t.ji; Senator DeVeber has as his gueit, hit brother L. B.D, Vcber, manager of the Dank of Montreal at Nelson. tomorrow in honor of MaoKenrle King tud Amjr Robinson of-the' Kirk- h'T) IHoclt was removed to the Gall HoapiUU OB Sunday afternoon and op: eraled on for a serious-attack of ap- pendicitis. Reports are that she I; progressing 'favorably. Mr. G. Kemm, Jr., of Calgary, was Tlsitor in the city yesterday. Mr. Jack Whitsel spent the Thanks giving holiday New Dayton. with .his parents in Daily Fashion 1 By Gertrude I Wm.' H. Bulger, Medicine Hatr. died a farmer near last week. He Mr. John -W. Woolf, for the Cardeton riding was visitor In the city OD Monday. l Mra. D. B. .WIlcox bas returned to the city after a viilt to Bait Lake. Mrs. M. Schweitzer accompanM by Mrs. H. W. Cartwright and" Miss Lllyf-n Schweltier left Monday on an extended visit to Portland. TrTjIle in Portland -wilV be, the guesti of much in their former j Mr- and Cartwright. home" The Great Falls Tribune! pnblUhes portrait of Mrs. Hingwaid w- and her two children; and Nelson left the and riporti thai Mr. and Arthur their Merrielt.'iMrtC: O. Dahlberg, Dr. and Mrs. J; 0. McGregor and Dr. and Mra. camo originally from North DabolA, a Ceo. W. Murray, re- sides in Lethhridse. 4 J. B. Baiter entertained at bridge par- ties for Mr. aid Mrs. RIngwiid. both of whom are very popular In ''the 'so- ciety 6f the Montana cits'. r. Mrs. rFtahk" Smith entertained two afternoons 'last week, Friday after- noon In honor of Mrs. Robinson of -.Mra. Robinson was the guest of 'Mrs.' K.- 'Anderson and left for Tiber Chronicle. Edmonton Bulletin: A call to Chat- ham, Out.- has. been declined by 'the i Calgary. THE COSTUME' BLOUSE IS'-MOST FASHIONABLE One of the most practical .as Veil as hour.; is re- the costume blousc'.'Thls is Mis. B. M. Garrison has returned fashioned from wool ma- tcria] that matches-the'Buit. While It to the city from Halifax. lir. W. Biggs and Mr. F. Cope spent Thanksgiving Day in Fenile. WEDDINGS At tbe Champion parsonage on .Tues- day afternoon, Oct: 12th'a' quiet wed- Her. O.! ft: Cobhiediuk, of Edmonton. ding was' solemnized by the Rev. J. The Invitatio.a. was .recently tendered W. Oliver, when Mr. G. T. Broom on behalf of the Park Street church, in th's reverend gentle1 .innn his Ed- monton for the''future, as in-the past. .'V ff i Dr. and Mrs." Sands and children of Taber, spent'iha week-end and. Th'ankB- SlTing at home of Dr. and Mra. Woodcock, 41! 12th St. A.S. p'i- Mra. Mills, for niany years prominent'-in New York society, died la Paris., k E. n. Strickland is leaving this week to spend winter in Ottawa. Mrs. Chas. McClenaghan as Worthy Grand1 Matrbn "of Uhe. Order of ;the Bastern ptaf; his been much feted In Edmonton o'n-, the occasion of h'er offi- .cjal ._.. On Monday even life Allonby Chapt- was Mrs. H. II. Hen- dall 6n the chapter, pre- sented Mrs. McClenaghan with a handsome tityer-lunch tray..- On Tiies- behalf of Aremo Chapter, Mrs. Bowen preBented Mrs. McClenaghan with a sliTef card- tray. ..On Wednes- day Kdmontori ,Chapter. .wa.s yisitcd. when Mrs. Hamilton made'th'o prcEcn tation to .the Worthy 'Grand Matron for that chapter of a case of silver coffee spoons and sugar tongs. Thuri day Norwood Chapter's: soAvehir ;to Mrs. McClenaghan wai half dozen silver salad forks, a salad apron and silrer canllettlck. Chapter on "he occasion of ed.In holy -Both the brideVand are well, tuown. in the Champiou district and: the1 best the community Koes Lo- Chronclle. WEST is'oflen worn the costumb it This delightful' mode! Is originated In fawn duvefyn. The sleeves are cut in one with the' blouse so that a pretty shoulder lice results. Tbe duyotyn is folded over for thb collar and cuffs, while the front open ing is laced- to- gether with a fawn ailk cord. Tha fulness Is drawn to the sides and held In place by bows of the duvetyn. Tho fringe like effect of slashed duvetyn makes an-unusual finish. Lethbridge farmers was the Thanks- and.Mrs. p.'E. Montgomery were unit- fT'vmS supper given last night >t Ihe Hyssop school under the joint- aus- pjces of the.U.RA. and' U.P.W.A. Of course the respon- sible for Its success.. fittingly sheaVas of grain Hpened fruits. Tlio tables looked '.fine, great- pumpkins, formins the candelabra from which shoiie" the riia'ny, colored candles, it ipy crowd .that faced .th'o .October llth. ff.w .personal iricnas the bride and the young couple' boarded', the train, for Calgary where; thoy expect to spend a fore going east Gain, Ovard, Johnston, and, Wilmott, Coleman and Tlslt presented her, with .a beautiful hand Mrs. Booth making the presentation on behalf of the chip tar. The doling event of the week was an1, "At, -Home'ilat: the-Masonic Hall. A pleasing closing ceremony of the evening' was a presentation to Mrs. McClenaghan of a handsome boquet of roses. Mrs. McClenaghan left Ed- monton to vlilt tie chapter at Vermilllon. Mr. A. T.-Walley of Uelson, B.C, IB the guest of. Mr. H. A. McKJllop. V Mr. ami. Mra. J., 3. .Thompson are back from (pending holiday with Mrs. Grant Ciark'ln the foothills. Dr. C. C. Cragg has arrived in the city from London, England, and Is the guest of his brother Rec..C.- B., Cragg. 1 Miss .Lucille, 'Horepool of Pdreinbrt was visiting with hef mdthbr In the city for the last few days. Mrs. Prank Colpman Is In the city from Proctor, Mr. and Mrs, Colp- man will resldd In Victoria this win- ter, Mr. Colpman having purchased a home there. friends' of Mr. John Bass will re- gret to hear that young con was thrown from a pony itnd sustained a broken arm. 'Hinoinger oC Magrath was a Tliltor In this, holiday. Mr. Wakhy of, Nobleford was tho (neat of Major and Mra. Barrow over holiday. Mr. and, Mrs.' Wm. II. Mclntyre of Mngrath wen the guesta of tho 1 al- ter'n parehta Mr. and Mra. Ilrank Stoltio over the boliilay. Mrs. B, 0. Stlckley left yesterday for Victoria. Mr. Ray Knight is back from a trip to Silt Lake. Frlonda of Dr. M. J. Gibson will be .pleased to loam that ho has .recover- ed from his recent operation In the Gall Hospital and IR now home again, ftialor Mn. DoVebor entertain unw'ai-tlTAlv 'In lahnr "-c Aill will is the eldest daugh- Oftort to ter of A. E. Westhaver. -n farmei living south of town and Is a. girl well liked by ail who know ieod'Times. There i> a jroat pleuare in Blore __ _ for the daacert of this city in the.Dy- Seymour Sounds Alarm fonn a danca to be 'give'n by the Slkokfltflkl Chapter I. O, b. B. In.tho MiEosio Fridij- night, Oct. 29th. Halloween will bo used in Also as to Epidemic of, Typhus prqfnsion which will add to the be- witching spirit of Halloween Eve. AI limited bftlckeU'are on sale! by'the njombers of this chapter, which will assuredly be an enjoyable event. The biggest dance of this season was held in the Masonic Hall under the auspices of the Iy.A.A.A. fast night. The hall was crowded to capac- ity and during every dance dozenfl of people.were standing around tho walls. The music was splendid and If the crowd that turned Out last night can 36" Interpreted as an expression1 of feeling toward the UA.A.A., that body should feel satisfied ceed .with a considerable .'mount of promotion work. The Canoneers' thfl agency. Band performed. Dr. Seymour's were voiced on his return from the uiuual con- One of the most successful com ventlon of too American Public Health munllT offortj) yel made by the East Association In San Francisco. westward movement if rats involves considerable .risk of an epidemic of bubonic plague, In 'th'e opinion of Dr. Seymour, Commission- er, Public Health for Saskatchewan. "What might asks Dr.v Sey-, mour, ''if a million gophers, became! Infected with the Rats'he': pointed out, were already reported half-way between Winnipeg and Re- gina. Dr. Seymour also deciired medical mon wore much concerned .19 to possibility of an epiiiomlc of typhus' being .introduced Into Canada and America by an Infected louse, -.with Boutliern European Immigrants 03 BLUE TEA Sixteen ounces to the best of quality ineveryounce. you get when you buy Blue Ribbon Tea K1GH AND LUXURIOUS STYLES INfUR WRAPS AND COATS THIS FALL WE ARE SHOWING FIVE BEAUTIFUL BEAVERETTE COATS These coats are new and some- thing that Is varm. Beautifully lined end trimmed with the opos- sum collars and cuffs. Price Is HUDSON SEAL COAT 42 laches long, with Alaska sable collar, deep cuffs, and lining of fancy floral silk. 'i-tf.'-' ONE RAT COAT 60 niches long, brown satin lined. FOX SET No. i-fur, beautifully lined stole, pie-piece'sttoVaud muff Is bsrrol. Price) ONE MINK SET Stole and Muff. Brown satin lined. FIVE AUSTRALIAN OPOSSUM COLLARS V The new? collar for the young miss. ties at 'the throat with' satui flft' large TWO LYNX STOLES One-piece Very large. -JFado hend and feet, ......ine lined. We Invite You to Inspect Our FURS of QailUy PLAIN HUDSON SEAL COAT Beautifully lined. 42 tone. HUDSON SEAL COAT; 40 inches long, with large roll collar, deep cuffs of Alaska'iabl and beautifully lined. ONE BLACK RAT COAT No. 1 skins nsed In tils coat, beautifully matched, brown satin lining.' 50 inches long. Size TWO CHILDREN'S COATS Taape color.. Made from lh-s' Australian hare. Slies 3 and 5 years. Satin lined. JPrtces-r- ONE RAT CAPE Brown satin lined. TAUPE CONEY. COLLARS Poplin lined, tie strings, "j'fur buttonBl and RED FOX MUFFS Made In two styles, barrel and wholq skin, with silk poniln shirred- to make a' fancy trimming Vehet lined.- C17 HH to HA Pxiced at' 2 NATURAL LYNX MUFFS To go with the stoles. Barrel shape, velvet inter- djOC nil lined satin. Price... TAUPE CONEY MUFFS To go with, the pretty' little collars. Barrel muff, velvet lined. Price, WOLF SCARF AND MUFF A beautiful sot of rich fur. Sloes of Servke; Shoes of Style; Shoes of Worth--At Economical Prices GIRLS' hand welt sewn soles, high top, solid leather throughout, and very dressy. Sizes' S to 11. Regular price (ho Ap' MISSES' and black calf high top boots, with 'welt soles. Sizes 11 to 2. AJ Regular JG.'dO, 'or........ LADIES' brown, tan, pearl grey, castor and taupe shades. All Widths A, B, ;fj. and D. Per ff and ftr? BOYS' Trapper brand, brown and black'Ehndesreolid leather school boots. Several differentVelghts and styles a to '11 to 13'.....'................ 1 RICH IN INSPIRATION AND BEAUTY ARE THE NEW FALL FABRICS DUCHESSE SILK In the most wonderful combina- tions of purple "and .and greeu, ruby and black, apricot and cream, cerise and black, emer- ald and black.' 36 inches .wide; Highest class nuallty. Specially priced for this week'at, ALL WOOL ARMURE imported goods, very fine quality for one-piece dresses and children's wear. 44 Inches wide. "In'nlce shades 'of rose, Bel- gian, navy, taupe, Burgundy and black. Bargain at, Ao QP yard NOVELTY FOR LININGS lovely designs to select from. 'In blues, roses, taupe and 'gold effects. 36 Inches, wide. Splendid value 7C yard HEAVY DUCHESSE SATIN 36 inches wide. In of navy, reindeer, taupe, pekin, gar- net and Mack. Thla IB gnaranteed perfect and will wear splendidly. Very fine value at, NEW PRINTED BEDSPREADS from, England. These arc beautifully designed, In lovely combinations of colors, and guaranteed fast colors. This Is 72 x 80 indies'.-' Ji'fBt IS only In'the shipment. Special bar- r ft i i Jl4 ill gain while thoyjost, each MetfafiiiterUerwear We have all li'rando; of Underwear and can offer to you the best makes and prices obtainable, such as SUnfiold's and ..Wateon's combinations. -sons Our men's suit-department has just been completed by a fine lino of soml-ready suits of tweeds, wor- steds and serges. 1'rlc'os to DENPS FRENCH.KID GLOVES Wo hare at last rcceiVctJ a belated shipment of Dent's. famonS real French Kid Cloves. Thflse come in several sliades of brown and' tan, grey, white and black. 'They are fully; guaranteed and frj sell nt ttic moderate prfca Men's Engfish Flannel Shirts In good colors and all sizes. Will make the be-: winter'' shirt obtnlnablo. Regular ?4.60. Wcek-Bnrt waning Liquid 'Veneer, in sizes j......25c and SOc O'Cedar Polish, in and 50c Cedar Wax, the liquid Per bottle. ,50c Johnson's Prepared Wax, IG-ozi tins.... .90c O'Cedar Mops, round or triangle, Each, Phone Dept 2nd Floor Hit MEN'S OVERCOATS We have the nicest range of Ororcoats In dlffercrit styles.and cloths this season wb. have over shcmi. Tho styles comprlao tho' yoiins men's model? In three-quar- ter lengths and form-fit, WHllOII mmm ;