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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, .OCfp8EKj26., fHB DAILY HERALD PAGE PHO; MILADJ i PERSONAL n. H. Rrmtledge and Mrs. J. B. ,Murray were hostesses yesterday at- PRIM 'WOMEN i .INVADE MONTREAL. 4 Members ot the Canadian Army of Anno de Beaupre; they wore amazed at th.9 Cycloramlc picture or Paul Phlllpppteaux; stood'; astounded at the view from the noble citadel city -y Mrs. P. A. Stolize left yesterday to spend.a few days with her (laughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Mdblyre on the Mclnlyre ranch near Mugratb. '.i. Mr. Mrs. Edward their to ot living, and an Interest''even In the PR., the Undine of the larder. Never- theless above them- 'floa'ed the blue smoke, not of. fried onions, but of and "copy." They were, headed by experi- enced veterans nucn is Mrs. Arthur Murphy (President) and Hiss Cora Hind, who led an enquiring and some- time! belligerent army through many a liege. Most memorable In history is that of the charge on the constitution, successfully carried few casualties, and captained by Miss Hind. events were the court-martial'? of delinquent mem- ix'n, and the.very spirited dlscuislon regarding Vnd.-.trades isn- It being brought'out'at the meeting that''some headway: had. b ceri mods 'aioog this line at'Montreal, To- ronto and London. Thlt question pro- mises., to the mosMnterest-, be.'.brought up "at' 'the "ne'xt triennial ineeting.' r It was no small task to cover the seven years accumulated business but It was .sncceSBluily done, the'meeting idnor during: the eronlng. Unfortunately, the army couldn't be on -leave forever and 'they arp now back' to the work-a-day world ot type- writers ind-ink and but be- hind it .all they carry, a dancing vlilon of joys and knowledge gained during that sneinorable trip, made ponaiblo by extended hy the C. f Fdsler wS srt a 'shower given In honor of Miss Evelyn Prosser last night. Mrs. Efgletoh Is spending a few 'days rn.Magrath. Mrs. A. B. Stafford has returned from her visit to Edmonton. Miss Muriel Donaldson has left Coaldale in order io teach school at Bar Hill near Barons, Mr. Oeo. fj. Officer, who has been looking after the harvesting of. his ot to thq Pnrple.. Spring Jlslrlct, left yesterda-y'fdrlVlctdrfa, B. C.i 'Mri: President., of the .ent; Mri. Meriam.Green Ellis of Edmon- ton as vice-president for Alberta, Miss Whltten of Toronto and-Mrs. J. G. McQUl. pf-vVancouvBr as ing and respec- tively. -.St. The mere being tbelf.-first real loUlatloh into camp lito.-were a little disappointed at not getting as. much practical help they too mn'cb; 'and? 'not'.' en'oEgh "'lay-on't" "given Uiern. Snt'whaltney massed in the meetings was made np by the giv.en by snch snlendid woTrien'.aa Mrs. Arthur Mnrphy; Miss -Marshall Sannders, Mrs. Isabel Eccelstone MacKay and other noted -writers who have "arriv- ed." Mrs. Arthnr.; Murphy, better known as "Janey Canuck" if ________ and the.G.T.R. And It is with a newer vision and a nobler goal that they commence again tho wielding of the pen In one national charge forward, leaving aloft tho ban- ner of the C.W.P.C. "Every Stroke Upward." Addresses and papers were given by Mrs. Grace E. Cochrane ot Mont- real, Mre. Helen Gregory McdlH ot Vancouver, Miss E. Cora Hind of Win- nipeg, Mr. jr. P. B. Uvesay (paper read by Mrs, Mrs. Feuwlck Wil- of Toronto, Miss'Amy'Kerr of' Vancouver, Sirs. J. W. Oarvln of Tor- onto, Green, Ellis of Ed- monton, and Mrs. Clarke Bowkcr. Tib' following officers' were- for the next three years Lucy M. Doyle, of Toronto." Provincial VIce-Presldent: Mrs: Crornar Bruce, B.C., Mrs. M. 0. Ellis, Alberta, Miss K. Haig, Manitoba, Miss M. lljjMurchy, Ontario, Mrs. Eldred Archibald, Quebec. C. Toronto. 'Recording J. G McGill. Vancouver. A. A. Perry, of Winnipeg. J. M. jEherkj. of Toronto. TnA FOR THE WOMAN OF- FULL FIGURE Tho woman .of generous lines Is sometimes at a loss in' regard to her clothes. Naturally she wishes to make the best of her figure, so when choos- ing a-dress select'a model that Accentuates the length of her figure. Anr.fixcellont Model Is trated. It is made of black duvelyn, .whose ,soft slenderize. Thlj wide so'th'at they size of the arms. The lonf front InjV shaped style is also a becpmiug featujef'for the.wdinan.o.f generous': i) uVldTjiTh J'. U nge'rie: cflllaY' shows'fine tucksH.JTho tricorne of black satin is trimmed with high modify :the full cheekH'ot-the weirer.. FRENCH PROFESSOR'S FEE FOFTTfllP TO SEE KINCS Prqt'eiiior Vidal_. a great French was paid a fee ot a.trip to this city to consult with physiciaus.. on the condition of King Alexander. Tlte king's, conditlpii-today is still very serious. n" Officer will remain in the some time, the gnest'of '0: A. Thompson, 824 7th St. 3. 4> o SOCIAL The; irome.of Mf.'an'd.'Mrs. Chlswlck TEA Mhronjgfc "Bt'irring Mnrphyi plump, rather underhelght woman, pleasant and business like and whenever she speaks Indeed, example ofl her stalement- ;sncces3fully one must flrst develop'character, for character U marked on each strong feature of her face, -Mrs. Murphy was the first woman magistrate in the Hrl- The home.01 Mr. and'MTU UhlswicK m tue nu- was tho scene of a farewell party on itlsn Empire and. Is now Judge of the Saturday evening, given In honor of Juvemlo court In Edmonton. Also she Mr. and Mrs. Swart who are leaving-na' decorated by King George tho city shortly. Whist was of Grace o! St. John ol at six tables. Mrs. Swarf received Jerusalem. first ladles" prize and Mr. W. Morris first grallernan'n prire, thu coosola- gofng''id'' and't Miss Marshall Saunden of Halltax is universally beloved, not only, on ac- count of'her an'horshTp of "Beautiful Swart. tiajevening on own cSkming served dancing enjoyed night. CHURCHES'JiNO The Homel.Nnrsing Division St. John's Brigade hold Its nrst aid cttfe In the Y. do as la ojca and wi of the tho Instructor.. If you wish to enjoy a cup of really delicious tea try Blue Ribbon -_ All live grocers sell it. :-Jnst can't" keep betrtylng .re fir What snJmld be thS'iirmy fox-terrier who eagerely awaits her return to To- ronto. Indeed every place she goes, she ,has an, animal, friend ready to new Sjnle TU'j-UUIJI WCCk. V; MacKiy of _'bonver i.Thouis'nJ a silly'somo1; tight yearsja'go In facjdry So' ifweeiesr Si4" It Indl le ra n in tho detachment. Miss Agnes Maude MacVar, was tho Tho general meeting of the Math- oldest member present, now 83 win- esls Ctnb will held dr. and still Wled with the spirit evening at 7.30 p.m., in.the Y.M.C.A. of.the press. Others there were such Tho Art departmerit will hare charge Mrs. Fenwldk Williams, author of of tho proBT.im. Mr. D, Hlglnbotrc "The, .Miss Kmlly p.I arri will give an Illustrated lectnre at Weaver; Judge Helen Ore-gory Mctllll S.30 p.m. All members arc kindly ask> of Vancouver; cxjltors of various pub- fid to be prosent and bring a friend, licationt; an well as 'nteen lesser The teachers of the city are eztemled lights, but all shining brightly. The story of the scribes would not be complete without mention of the hospitality extended them at Mon- ktridly phone them to the executive Itrwl by the I.O.D.B., the Press Club, If, poislble before the meeting. Van Home, Mrs. Honry Joseph, and Miss Hurlbatt, tie Ladlds'i'Bat'when the whole army wont AW of .Church; will; tnciet, for I "OB iBaye" to Quebec, as guests of the sewing In the. ladles' parlor on Wed-' Canadian Paclflo Hallway, Colonel ncsday {tomorrow) at 3-o'cloclt. Mrs. Georgo llamas In a story of Hlvors would like as many, members itself. -Every comfort was theirs from to bo] present us.possible. a special train with o lower berth for nil exjiSilalte dlnner'ist the ;Thft clnb will with ef- tomojrow (Wcorles'day) at the honie trcm'e co'tirtcsf from -'every ofnclnl.- ot Vtff. Lawrle, 1812.5th Ate. A. northi .Bifth was the the O.P.R. with i I the of. tho Q.: H, L. Pi Thi annual sala of work of St.! tos., Ill Quebec, that Ihe gnesti (loatbil Mary's W. A: willbe held In the tnronfch a magic panorama of ever- Parish Hall oi> Wednesday, November shifting scenes whose atmosphere1 34th 3 p.m. followed by [rinsBrmed'them' hoirly fnlo some commencing at. olght.new They were tw'ed at tho llOhpjjuoson's flay (Tomnany FIOCKIRE? LADIES' LISLE HOSE READ THE ANSWER IN THESE ITEMS WED. MORNING SPECIALS Silk finish, slightly de- fective. Regular price 51.35..pair. In black only. Sizes 9, and 10. To clear at, 69.C WHITE COTTON A nice clear finish of'fine longcloth, SC inches vide, nice even weavo. Today'o price 5Sc yard. JA_ Wednesday tnonllug special bargitn, FROM THE DRY GOODS DEPT. StRIPlD FLANNELETTE Only a tew pieces left at this price. 30 Inches wide. Good Ute- rul Quality. Regular GOo yard. Wednesda> morning special, yard................ No telephone orders, and oaly 1" 'o eacli customer. FINE NAVY SERGE 40 inches Rue twill, iu'nice shade of navy or Copenhagen. Regular price J200 yard. morning special, yard Novelty Plaid WOOL SKIRTING more classy to be obtain- cd anywhere today. 50 Inches wide. Beautiful sbades. Honestly worth JS.76 yard. TO go out Wednes- day morning at, .yard UNBLtACMEt) 500 yards to clear. 3fi Inches wide'. Medium weight. Regular price 30c yard.. morning Bpeclal, yard, 22lc NEW PRINTED BkOSPKEADS ffotn BtiglilW. These are beautifully designed; iti -lovely combinations ot colors, and guaranteed fast colors. This size1 ia 72 x 90 inches rn ad Invitation (o the lecture will he most Interesting. Ladles hav- 'me names for proposal for 'members EVEN as Paris models are 'accepted as tM standards for artistry of dress, so the name "Penmans" hag earned its place as dcnotingalltfiatisdfstinctivc in undergarments alike in design, comfort and gen- uine value. Underwear "THE STANDARD OF EXCEliSftCtr ftnnani, full, Atti mfketi et Httitr) aitJ Swtaler CtsU. Outstanding Values for Men and Boytt BOYS' SWEATERS Wo have a full range ot pullerei and button ueck an'eaters, Prices from ALL SIZES MERINO COMBINATIONS FOR BOYS A nevv, shttmehl of boys' nntural merino combinations just arrived. The right and only thing for durable wear. Sizes 1 year to 10 yeari. PRICES......... BOYS' OVERCOATS Boys' Mackinaw- Coat, .leggings and hat all to match; Sizes 1 year to 8 years. LADIES'SUITS WEDNESDAY LESS We have :some beau- tiful Suits left. CEETEE MEN'S COMBINATIONS This fa one of TumbullX special makes! Brery: thread pure irooli Don't Mist Thit Including plain'and fur trfttimed'models. .00 Blaclt Phish Coats The new arrivals at a price in a short Salts Esquimau Plush Coat Can be .worn loose back or