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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1" MONDAY, OCTQBEK 25, 1920 fHE LETHBRTpGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN M1LADI WEDDINGS PEH80NAL received the aid news last night 'of tke deatlr of his mother on Eatur- day- nbrnlng at St. Johns, Newfound Commissioner and Mrs. H. Freeman land. Mr. and T.B. Dunham and f am have come to tho city from Coal PERRY-J1UKPHY marriage at Lieut, -Col. K. Perry. D.8.O., the son of Commission- meeting, Thursday' at 7.30 o'clock, tha Boy Scout ineettog. Thursday-at S o'clock, tha monthly meeting of the Sunday school teachers and officers. Friday at S o'clock, choir practice. A most Interesting lantern lecture on the cathedrals ot England will be' given by Mr. H. Win. Metch on Thurs- _____ _ er Perry of the H.C.M.P., tad Miss' 3Vy oven log at 8 o'cloc-i ia St. Augus- HUda Murphy, daughter ot the late une's Hall under the auspices of the Dennis Murphy of Ottawa, was solemn- ized at Ottawa They will reside In Kingston. o SOCIAL returned borne on Saturday from a two gale and are owup-'ng their weeks which was cnce OB 411, sou'th. spent In a shooting.trip in the.Koot- enays. Mr. A. B. Hogg returned on Satur- day. from a buelnest trip to illlk HIv- Rev. 'C. K Cragg Bas aad ag er. gtiests, his mother MM. Edward Y of Calgary, aid hit brothers, Han? H. .Dr. Lovering returned en-Saturday Cragc ot'Calgary and Dr. Cecil Cragg where he was _ _ _ -_ The V. hold the sec- ond daiice of their fait and winter pro: gram one week from tomorrow In their club' room's. It is'announced jais dance. Their own orchestra will the music. i uv Hospital Convention held in that'city. tin. B. re'tnmed yesterday fron a monttfa vis it .In Spokane. 4 fr ANNOUNCEMENT i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Henry Morris _____________________. _.. :of Edmonton; announce the engage .family has taken Sp residence at S4S ment of their aaoghter MaTinb to south. Mr. Rlngwald has been Major Richard Oweii Greet Bennett accountant "of the Great Falls. Km of Lt. Colonel C. C. Bennett, D.S and Athletic Club will hold another an invitation W attend as the lecture of their.dances. -This dance be most Interesting. be something different. It is h "puzzlo dance." Dancing 'will The Christian Science Society, Hull iommence at 9 o'clock In the Masonic Block, ground floor, will hold their of LondonV Eng. Dr.- Cragg 'goes' bac to Calgary tonight la tie with his par- ents mill! he leaves to Bail for land on Nov. 17th. Dr.-.W. S. Oarbratth'tas returned from Chicago. Mr. }l. R. baa arrived in the city from Great Falls to viie a ppsl- ti'm as accoahlant for H. K. Hlebacb, Ford agent here. Mrs. Ringwald and children, accomjanled him and the' Tribune for fourteen years. Mr. J. Kealer of Ogden, UUii, who has' been visiting his brother and family for the put few weeks, ia re- turning to bit home tomorrow mora- Miss Fisher wlbb. has j for .several years been connected W. F. NeJ- son Co., left last night for: Calgary to reside tftwe In the future. She and her sister hate purchased a home on 12th Avenue west. Mips Nettle Urch of Kobleford was week-end visitor with Hr. and Mrs. JVP. Simpson. f Mr. Philip Mlebaca of Barons was In town, yesterday. 3ir. and Mra.. Frank Colpman are vlsfltag with Mr.aBlS Hig- O.i Victoria, B. C., the marriage to I take place Tuesday, October 26. 'Tuesday night the C. P. R. Social A. y. P. A7 A Seariy Invitation Is ex- tended to all. There will be no meeting ot thA Art Department of the Matnests Club to- morrow afternoon. The nest msetlng will take place on Novcmbor 9th at the home of Mrs. F. A. Stoltzo, The general meeting of the Math- esls Club be held on Wednesday evening at 7.30 in the Y.M.C.A. The Art department will charge of the Mr. J. D. Hlgluboth- am will give en Illustrated lecture at S.30 p.m. All members arc Kindly ask- ed to be present aaa bring a friend. Tha teachers of the. city are cjtcnded Hall. I The Military Chaster I. 0. D. E. will hold a whist drive In the G. W. V. A. club rooms oh the first Friday In No- vember. regular testimony, meeting on Wednes- day evening at 8 o'clock. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 4 Wesley at C o'clock, the Camp Plre Girls will meet for supper in "the ladles parlor. Tues day at 8 p.m., the monthly meeting of tho quarterly official hoard. Wednes day at 8 o'clock, the weekly prayer' at The bottom PALESTINE' RECOGNIZES THREE LANGUAGES LONDON, Get 4 (By llsli, Arabic and Hebrew are recogiilz- od as the official languages in Pales- tine. AH government ordinances, official notices and. forme will bo published in these languages atid correspondence DV any department iu any one" of them. The new Palestine Btamrs which have just been Issued, have the word .Arabic at the top, in' English in, the center nnd in Hebrew Mn.' Joe Maoghan WitrrtaSned a number of this" afternoon. i Jfr. and Mrs. AUan Mlllhouse mot- ored to Calgary on Saturday, where Mrs. MlllhoBselg giving a recital today for the Caigtry 'Ladies Musical. iB 96 Leone Holman of Taber spent thelweek-ead in the ci Mrs. Conybeare of Lethbridge, will be the guest of Mrs. J. Glllesple, 117th street, during 'the provincial conven- tion: of ihe I.-O: D. Journal. Jkirs. J. N. Ritchie, of Lethbridgo, will attend the, provincial convention of the I.O.D.E. neit week, and while In Edmonton will be-the guest of Mrs. Higlnbotham, 117th Journal. Mayor Hirdle lias returns from at- tending the hospital convention in Calgary. I Mr. L. Wad'en ot the telephone Daily Fashion I j BT Gertrude ft PETTICOAT THAT'S TASSEL TMlMMCD A prograni -and soctil tlm. (kvelopod frmn white satin an" white georgette. The alternating panels ar which t pretty finish.! Tiny tansfiln of whfto rllk are aet nhput, the lower edges of Uie on deralilrt Theso aro disposed so tha they appear In pyramfd style on the sldefl The underbodlce thlt accompaa 1es this model oflginated in white tttln. with s d'eep htma of ge6rgelte A tha topiUtUe tacMU'-decnraU front' A Ifnyjtftiifli'bfJcdlur found In the am'alt centers tie front of thg-bodiW.'SholiM yoi prefer it, yon might selecl R mode Ja isorsstta aad salfa RYLANDS sli day adds a few more big spe cials to this huge sale. We wish to thank our patrons and friends for the success they have helped to make this sale. We have made the prices so attractive that they are irresistible to thrifty shoppers.: .--A new, big clean stock of seasonable merchandise and everything ' reduced for this week only. r Here Are The We announce- a special akow- ing of now (ur coats in original models ebowing many decjded novelties in air fur .garments. The beauty of the furs them- selves la equalled by the es- qulslta fashioning In the design of theie most dealrnble coats. For this week during our huge discount sale we offer special discount on all furs of 10 Never before liave there been so. many delightful opportunities to; purchase the prettiest of the seas- on's'wear at prices1 that are away below what the wholesale costs wore just a year ago. Every Dress Reduced This Week Nothing has been 'spared froni this high class nnd exclusive stock of dresses 'which reflect the last word In tho stylos of this season.- A Dress for Every Woman AT CUT PRICES WAISTS Ladies' fine georgette and tub silk waists, some with embroidered front and others made These are val-. ues'thatvare 4' great' deal Discount'Sale nre WAISTS Ladies' fine georgette waists. Some of the very finest values we have shown this season. Some are in the overblouse style, others are made in the regular.way only. All eni- broidered or daintily trimmed iii some "unusual design. Values wortlmp to Ryland's Discount Sale YLANDC A Direct Hit at the H.CL on Dry Goods AndOnceMoreWe Are DemonstratingOur Low Price Vahes GREAT SALE OF WASH SATINS 36 inches heavy quality, in lovely shades of moss green, grey, reseda and Russian grem. also reseda and Belgian m C'ilored Shantung. This usually sells at and yard. To clear out JA ...................91M9 the atqtk Saturday the price will be, per yard 1 ENGLISH FLANNELETTE lu.'a good stout quallly, three striped deslsps. 32 inches ntde, AIL fast, colors Special value, PA at, sard .....r K EMBR61DERIES, AND shipment jnst Every, ileslred thing widths'to 'sele'ctfrom Per sard IttC 50C English WitneyBlc.nkels The. make that made Wllney famous, Itrge Eire. All pure Australian wool: S Ibs. weight ;Beautifully finished. -Pit for a FLANNELETTE SPECIAL Plain, Eky. and red. This IB extra coot Quality and is 33 Inches .wide. Lovely finish. Bargain at, yard WHEN YOU THINK OF; pair BLANKETS YOU NATUR- ALLY THINK OF THE HUD. SON'S BAY CO. WHITE BEDSPREAD' SPECIAL "Challenge" Bed Spreads. Best make of American Crochet Bedspread. Medium size for. dou- ble beds. Marked Si. 00 each and worth 30 only to An nn clear at, each Oar Prices on China Are Not High 40-PIEtE CHINA TEA SETS LADIES'" LISLE 'in black "only. This is Penman's make, but they ere slightly de- fective. Regular JI.25 'pair.' All sizes. 'lTo; clear at, pair 69c CHILDREN'S RIBBED BLACK sizes 9, 9% and 10 only. In 1 11 ribbed heavy cotton. ular price' 50c pair, and .they 'worth 60c. To clear at, 35c Nevr shipment of China Tea Sets In exceptional- ly goo "-designs. Blue or black designs with cold eilge. the Set 12 Cups and Saucers. 12 Tea' Plates. 2 Cake Plates 1 Cream Jng. 1 Slop Bowl. Tho price to introduce those sets will be Suitcase Special. This Is n splendid brown lea- ther suitcase and .will give every satisfaction. Brown leather.with heavy scalloped binding. At BOYS' BOOTS GO pair of boys' brown with solid leather sewn soles. Sizes 8 to 13. At Ladies' Boudoir ;and! Koaey Bedrocra JIauve, old rbso and black. Blip's with rubter heel attached. Reg ulav up'to MEN'SANDBOYS' WINTER CAPS New shipments jnst arrived. We have them fur and wool lined. Boys' S1.K to S2.00 Men's to Haugh Coveralls for Children In stripes 'and plain colbns. All one price, at Children's Combination 1 Mackinaw Coats Leggings and hat all to match. Sizes 2 to S. Selling CIA AA Suits Less 4'Only, Sheep Lined Coats 1 Full iengtB shell, made of -.strong drill.- ..wind shields- in sleeves. Four only, (On An -special Per Cent A yery beautiful range of Suits, we are off ering f or Tuesday. In all the new sd and plain. 20 PER CENT, OFF ANY SUIT, 's 12 Serge Dresses Very neat, plain and fancy colors, brown, sand, green and navy. Sizes 16 to 20 and' 36- to 42.' Regular prices to COP! A A materials, fur trimmed More Dresses Reduced 1 Brown Tricolette. Size 42. 1 Black Tricolette. Size 18. 1 Black and Green Geor- gette, floral designed. Size 36. Warm Underwear For Childreit CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Made of fiood quality mixture of wool and cotton with Inns nnd elbow Bleetes, high or V-neck, or anklo length. In sizes to 14 Aq ftp to An Art Jj.UU CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS In heavy flescp linod cottonj fn sizes to 14 years. Made K-lth open crotch or drop seat, elbow or long sleeves and knee or ankle length. (t-f nr to en CHILDREN'S WOOL VESTS Mado of'warm heavy wool, with high or V-neck, long or short sleeves. In sizes from 2 to J to H years. Price CHILDREN'S DRAWERS In good mixture .wool nnd cotton, buttoned at waist and knoo or nnklo length. All sizes OC 41 OS to 14 years. CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS In heavy cotton lleoce, made with feet in drop seat or kneo crotch style. In sizes to 8 tl'-OC to t4) Aft years. Prlco CHILDREN'S WAISTS In whito and natural, In heavy neeco cotton, well taped. Sizes to 16 years. Price GIRLS' DRESSES 3 wool jersey dresses. Sizefe IS and 14. Regular J25.00, 3 WOOL JERSEY, DRESSES, Sizes 12 to 14. Regular S1S.75, CORSETS FOR ALL BON TONS AND LA DIVA; Back lace. Regular to S7.00, for... All sizes but not all sizes In one line. FOR TUESDAY WE ARE GIV- ING YOU REAL BARGAINS r IN THE CORSET DEPT. Modart Corsets. Regular ROYAL WORCHESTER AND Back lace, pink and white., All sizes. ;Reg. to ;