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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TL'KSIUY. OCTOHEK 21, 10Hi LK'llJliUiSjGK DAILY PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. rilcKoima. who have bttn guostfl lu Ibc city returned lo their homo In Bow islaucl lasL.nlgbi. Mr. II, P. Aildj- returned on Sunday from Hamilton where ho a 11 ended the} (ut.cral ot his mollier. i i I K. .McKJnnej'j of Calear1" uho has been the, gupst o( Mrr. J. 1 Cm If. has relumed to Ler borne. i Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Mclntosb anil family accuiiipanied by Mre. Mcln- tojili's Mra. McLean. wto Iffl August. visUins Vancouv- er, ami UOIVM (bo toasi nl Seattle, 1'ortland. San aiLd Tla Juana, home last .Metropolitan Singers at Mrs. Kmnielitie I'ankhurst Coming Nov. 12 cxlco, relumed Do Not Forget the 'Tea Dansant' Under AuiplccB of the Sir Alex- ander Gilt .Chapter, I. 0. D. E. Harper'E Hall SATURDAY, OCT. 25th From 3 to 6 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. C. Walla :i'. hare been iho guests of Madia y Tor the past Iwo WCCKS. yesterday lu catch iho Asia, calling fur Japan. They will bpeni] the winter with Mra. brother. Mr. 1J. H. at Yofcohoma. autsplcea of the C. T. U. TJiif OortSfrviitory Con- cert Company arc in Noljlefurtl to concert in UiaL city j ______ Is manifest in ils prcsenla- lion ninny citizens are iiHenilir.g. Many arc anticipating with pleas- ure atiODdiGK the Icing given neii Tuesday evcniuE (Ocl. in (lie K. of hail, imilcr the auspices of the musicians' union. Dancing will be enjoyed from fi 2 o'clock, hupper wiii DO served gudsts in llie Alberta Grill Troni 11 until o'clock. A most enjoyable tlnio was hpcnt 1 ul ilic home of Mrsj Jblm "McCanu. jHlli Street. South, lust Salurday. wbei_ 'Kalltlcon entertained, a luinibcr of hor i- concerf. ihe firil of ihe pro-1 gram of tli-? winter l.yuoum lo be lield in ihe lity. and whirli tnkcs Knox t-lmn-h on WoJiK-sday BITRO-PHOSPHATE IS GOOD FOR THiN A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE, 'oytd by tlie children. At eight o'clock 'he little Infi for their var- ious homes, after a most delightful lime. The fuiloviinff were those pros [Icitrlcc Haby, Raliy Nelllc Jluntcr, UcnncIL, Xcl Ea S'.afrord, Annie Stafford, Ailccn Long, Jessie Lhidlv, MRrJorie EHisori Elizabeth GIlLort IJothnm Maislc Ijtvic. Dorothy Wallace, Malalt Olso, Virginia Olson, Margaret, MorrlE, 11 incK (age 'i J IchviE (age -1 and KalhlcciV McCanu. On Salurday evening Jlarj Osllund was tlie hosless or a charm- lii.? party given at her home, 12G2 4lh Avenue Snulh, in the celebration of. her scvei-leenlh birthday. Miss Ost- Hind greeted her guests very motJIsb- ly attired. The reception rooms weie EUracllTcly decorated with pink roses arid 500 was played until a lale liour wbno music Tlio promises lu be of lertsi. i The Mctrottalltan Singors arc.- well] known, and Ihc-ir ijeifurniancoi have I been a.c't'iit-ioiiH-d iu draw hirtiv yudi' puces wliL-rever llu.ly_ have TliU is itielr firs! aitjiturasite C'an- j ada. The program ir; one ot [iiusiciil var-1 lety to niooi tastes and rnruprises oratorio, with from thv i fulk FOUKS. iJslil Hapfi-! toiredy. In ihe fnlh pongs arc ibe j very popular Old nuiEery rbJ.IKS couijiosed by JI. Walford :cr. who has made a reputation in iho world. These are EFI LO njod-? cm tunes. liic [icjpuler mngsj ihal will bo rendered is "The UOEC of j The Metropolitan Singers iutlnile Mabel Uny, yopraiio: .Mndfie Miller, Henry Walton, leuuc; I.HQU-. arU Alurldge, baritone, arid Mary pianist. Remembers the Fire .j One of liie company, MLKS Mabel' Day, is not a stranger to lust visit hero was In ihe memor- shin luoiilli when the poiVerhouse ivas put out of btidihepA tbrotigh fire. She was at iho one oE the San Fran- cisco f-iJk-d to piny' lierc, iinrl the porrormanco' ol wbicli Jibd. as a sequence, ip be put .Miss Day still luis the'recollection ot Ilic linie In the uivful cxperitnce of bring in a frozen contliljon- througii ?c.i not being" people pleased to hear tlut Miss Etnmolinc Fankhurri appear under Lyccum-ansiiices ou WEDDINQG 'o Ira. Xcvc, 62S 7th St, his evening at eight o'clock. Mrs. tli's and Mrs. Curler's iCctlon o[ the Tlebckahs will meet ,vilh Mrs. Curler, IG18 3rd Ave. X.; his evening at cjghl o'clock. The Sewing Circle will bo at the home of Mrs. HftTle- ;ian, 1S13 Glh Avc. A. North, -csday afternoon. An additional sum of 512, "o liag JOCTI added to the receipts of Satur- day's lag day, irlitcli sum Lringj lota] result up lo Raymond Opera House Wednesday, October 22nd AUSPICES STAKE SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD GOOD MUSIC BEST FLOOPv EVERYBODY WELCOME HENffESEYdtWILSON WE': SELL BUTTERWICK PATTERNS PHONES Office 1036 Grocery 313 Men's Furnishings, Dry Ready-to-Wear House- Goods and Boots and furnishings 513 Shoes............ 713 WE SELL BUTTERWICK PATTERNS This is the weather that is the immediate forerunner of Winter. Winter needs should be bought now, and there's no place bhi.the merchandising they can be bought with greater satisfaction than "At The Bay." tliisiilci llie i-lcasurr o[ knowing you art? correctly suited, women buy ilitsu suiii will have the added pleasure of Knowing that- Uiey.arc. well suited at j very moderate COM. -.Mado-of a.superior quality of Eergo and ...Coals arc- raulnoDfd; .in Lraids, aod" r Tailori'J.'irimoleU and arc to the minute.'style. BURtUNDV'ALL WOOL-VELOUR Plain tailored with self mnile lined CQ CA nllb cross .-Ji'............ NIGGER BROWN NOVELTY ALL WOOL VFLOUR American posEUJii trimmed, nicely .braided, cross belt, covered, stfJcUy-'tailored aud very -i lYY ft A siyiish 11U.UU A COMPLETE LINE OF HEAVY ENGLISH-ALL WOOL CHEVIOT Tn navy blue, made iu the lalest tailored styles that carry that snappy high claes souieLhinu thai prdir-ary suits lack. Prices range from to NEW WINTER COATS Just a. glance at "these liandsome Garments and you 'will recognize IbaL have secured the niosl.suappy up-to-date lines in tbo. inttrhcl.v..TJicy are in a by. theuisclves and liave thoEosiuarl lines ot effectiveness thai'arc'lack'lrc Jh coals. The showing Li particularly replete with models that repre- sent fashions .latest and best modes. You will appreciate these garments because they are different The styles arc exfluslrr with us. .Dark.gr6y nil wool silver toier, pleated back, bell, large collar .triiiinrtid Salt's Very "CO-Cft Ourgurlnall collar, trimmed with self buttons and belt.......... DbiDv NEW PULLOVER' SWEATERS AND SWEATER v5 -v, "U'e have--Just opdned 3 large Bhipiaeiit'rDr lies in the above lines' Tvliiph are now being placed in stockl somgs N-S ALL V.'OOL MACKIN'AW Mailu in Norfolk styles, the ,faniou3 Carss make In assorted colors. o Priced up from t lijaju MEN'S. RIBBED SAVEATBR colors r A Brcy.'-m'ar'odi Ian, na4y, etc. Priced >ip (rora JIBX-S ALL WOOL PULL-OVBR [n colors srcy, navy, aijd (an. I'rlccd, medium f weight Same as Priced, heavy C weight OiUU MEX.'S. ilBAVV I1IBBEI) COMBINATION" i Sl.mncia's raata. sizes 31 lo 42.- FI.EECB LINED COMDMATION UNDER- Pcnanglo make.. PCI- o Crt Buit J.OU "-WE- STOCK-'FEABODY'S 'AND HEADL10HT; .OVERALLS The Leiliuriflge Kcnllsn Assoclallon will hold a whist drive tonight in hall HI eight Prd- ccccls will lie apiilled lo the PCDQVO- lei.l Fund of Ihe Assoctaliou. .Members oT Ihe o. E. S. arc Invited (o a Ihfmble lea at the homo of ihj voriliy rnalron, Mrs. I.. McKcnzIc, i 1230'jilh Ave. S.. on Wcrlncsrtay rooii from 3.20 until C o'clock. The Indies' Alii of Wesley Churcllj will inccl tomorrow Mtornooij nl o'clock, for apcrlal hualnpss mcpLlnR.'j M'lLI ihe ladles kindly mate an effort' 10 ntlcml ns the is of pnrlancc. t A Joint inccllne of Iht? M. S. and1 f.adieu Aid of the Christian v.ill bo held nl tlio home of 0, 512 7lh K'. Soulli, tomorrow The Troth con Clr.ssi of Churrli will meet tliolr clnss rooin evening al seven for tlifl clccllon nf off If era and other litiflorUnl The nt tend- ance of every -member I r urged, .The W. M. S. o( Iho United Church, N'orlh Lclhhrldgo, whl be cnlerlnin cd at thn homo of Mrs. >fataon, IZtri Thursday after- noon. VARIED GIFTS Some women are remarkable for" 'litfr iioiap; olhcrni for their Grocery Department Peanut Butter, Wantmore tins'.. 35c Coifee, Preparedj-George tins, per tin 35c and 65c Yeast Cakes, Royal, per packet 05c Chicory, Genuine, 1 Ib. packets, each......39c Raisins, seeded, new season's pack, 15 oz. packets, 2 for.....................48c Puffed Quaker; 3 packets for 50c Olive Oil, Heinz in bottles, each 3Sc and 65c Shorts, our next shipment will he higher in sacks, each Braa, 100 Ibs. sacks Glycerine Soap, Milady, 7 bars for....... 50c Potatoes, free from frost, 100 Ibs. for PHQNE NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY Great Savings at the Bay Wcdricsdav will be a Jar or ai '.be "llay" Dry Goods sccliou. The lifted beloiv arr Mantctl goods ot very oicepltonal merit, nlld our can satelj- purcliase any line anj foe] th'at they are getting Ihe nluiost io value. FINE ALL WOOL BROADCLOTH These come in the choicest shades of French bine. Reindeer. anj Russian green. AH thoroughl.v snninh and sponged! 'BJ inches wide. A real cloth al n prt the loViVsU iwfisible Special value, yard I v SILK POPLIN In grey and old rose only. Very U mi led quantity to sell. 36 inches wide-. Regular- value. Wednesday -i on special, jrard I SJLK CREPE DE CHINE In overy-shade. '-JO inches wide, lleary quality. Our o price, yard SPECIAL HUDSON-BAY CREPE DE CHINE Russian Nile, grey, Copenhagen, pink, i 7C black, matte. 3G lt.c lies'Vide. Kitraordinary ralue, yard 3' COLORED WASH SATINS FOR EVENING WEAR Has the apjicarpnce oC S4.T5.CharineuEa Saliu. lo-all o op "ih'c choicest shades. 3G GOLD SdETALLIjE TRIMMINGS In ioscrtlons and [lauuclngs. havo'a well assorted slock of these fasliiouable Goods'and tlio prices arc riglit. lu-ull widths from halt ioch lo136 inches wide. OUR STOOCOF RIBBONS noTV coiuplcte :with everything 1n fancy liair ribb CASHMERE sToqaNGs7; A few dozen of Invblack only, all sizes from s'% to.10. Special 36 lustrous flnlsli, a nice dross weiulil. Ilegufar Talue yard. SpeclalLprice to clear, O..OA .r. f. SHEETING :J 2 yards wide, ihe old telfbble qualJty.' Only a JfmiteJ -l jr aruo.unt. Worth Ipday (l.ToVard. K. IRISH HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES In perfect qUalitj1, round 'thread coftcn, will wear for i. years, pair For m'clilBOwijS anil pyjamas. This cloth sails a year's price and great bargain at, yard....... Housefurnishings Dept, SCRIM AND NET CURTAINS We have jusl received in assortment of made up curtains inarked'jusL F.S low as consistent with quality. N'BT, rarils long by 1 yard wide, t rjr Ter pair NET 05 aboTe.-- Per. pair yards long by I yard wide. nn COLORS ARE, WHITE, CREAM AND ECRU. Shoe 1I1U1I CUT VIC1 Klb McKay Vcwtl sole. Culian heel, poinlcd vBmp. A'gooa. looking fall boot. Q price 3 k' KID QUAm'ER lop irllli Louts 1 A Cft 1U.JV 1 ft Fft 1U.3U welted' -I -I AA 1 TODACCO vamp, popilu top wlih 1 ft Fft heel. Prlco 'i 1U.3U X CAW UOOT-iWUli mdllarj- welted' .sole. A.very Tyndso'mo liuot for those who do r.ot'cue to wear h.igh'hecla.' Trice ;