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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 PAGE. MILAEfl PHONE 13 ilM. U M. bo E. q. (Wit diir- I.O.TMB. Jars. Ihf guest of Hre. Fre dvtrtng the ProTiaeij.L Edmonton Joumtu; Ci Mrs. 0. R. Matthews and cbiMraa rotareed from the coiit this O.-Stlckley 1s back In; the city after a Tlsit Mrs. (Jodge) MkcMllI and MIu MacNelU of Macieod an the quests of Mr. and Mrs. -A. B. Ires. Mrs. E. A. Sharraan wa> a tea host- ess; tills afternoon In honor ot Mita Helena Simpson. Mies May' Young U entertaining to- night in courtesy to Miss Helena Simp Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Wilson are motoring to Calgary accompanied by the' latter'H brother and sister Mr. Warehani-and Mrf. f. C. Miller, I j Mr. O. B.-Edgitt returned to the city from Calgary this morning. Mrs. GeArge Robison has received nairs of the death-of. her sister Mrs. Albert Metier at-New Brunawici.' H. Harrison wip was knocked doirn and seriously injured la a motor accident last .night-isi lying. In Qalt Hospital In a very critical condition Mr, H. B. Mueklenton and Mr. T. W. Crofts leave for Edmonton tonight. Wednesday night Cannoneer's Jazz Band opened a. season.of dances in the janco hall at Raymond' at which a large number of Lethbrldge people attended. It'was estimated that ai least twenty-five cars Were'there from theclty. The crowd was too large tor floor.. music was good. 4 -CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The convener of the systematic giving of the St. Auguetin'8 parish auxiliary will be very grateful K al collectors will kindly turn in October'! collections at the regular meeting Monday, November 1st, All members of the Slkpkotoki Chap are- urgently requested to meet a1' 'f the Masonic Hall Thursday evening at o'clock to assist [n decorating or. tho JUIlowe'en duce. fit Amuitine's 'parish auxiliary are oldlng their annual Bazaar and tea n Masonlo Hall on the afternoon f Pridtr, November 26th. A dance will j'be held In the evening under of the same organization t >h1ch the music wll! be supplied by 1C Cannoneer1! Band., nirther par- [colaro wll be' announced .later. The regular -Local Council of Women will be held in the auditorium on Friday.'Oct. 9th at 4 p.m. This meeting I is open q all ot the city. A and representative gtther- nj of Matheslans' and friends were, t the Y.M.CJL audltormm last at and greatly enjoyed the Illustrated on "Rome and its arts" by Mr.- J. D.-KlclnbothaBi. Mr. Higin- botham has a coHKtion of photos, lea. aBd-other which he ex; liblted vto the audience at the close the prograTnf .A hearty vote of wao tenJefuii iu Mr. Hlgln-. totham by the members of the club or hit most excellent and instructive iddress. A lantern lecture Eternal City, will be delivered HUjihbp'tham, Esq., In tha Intted Church hall at S p.m. on Mon- layprKoT. 1st In connection with No. Boy Scouts (United Church.) omission by-silver collection.'Music! will ba rendered. SOCIAL Daily Fashion By Gertrude Btre.fc.rd ______patrons are reminded that he SL Patrick's Ladles' Aid..dance Ukes place tonight In Harper's ball.' V O WEDDINGS The marriage took place this lag at Price Albert, 'Saskatchewan, of Mlsa Qeorglna A. Newnham" eldest daughter of the Bishop ot Saskatche- wan and 'Mrs. Newhham and Captain -'MftKay, M.C., and bar. .The jroo'm is a nephew ot Jlr. Justice Mc- Kay of Reglna and Is a prominent barrister of this city. '4 ONLY ONE niAN WOMEN'S MEAL ..TORONTO, Oct. Col. Georgo Ham ot Montreal, the well known yub llcity man of the Canadian Pacific Railway, had the distinction of being the -'only man at a dinner' given in of trade rooma.lBBt night hy the 'Toronto Women's Press club Col. Ham, replying to a toast proposec to himself, expressed gratification a having been made an active memboi ot the club and intimated that hi ambitions might lead him to seek thi presidency. 'He paid that a Spaniari was president ot the Irish republic Serbian was king of Austria. and- h did not see why a man should- not. bi president of the Women's-Pfess clut Among the gues.ts who. opoke were Mre. Ambrose Dickens of Edmonton Mlis J. A. Kerr of Vancouver, whi edits her own successful paper, tti Woman; '.Mrs. Qpnloiir Ca gary and MlBs BUge'nle Perry 'of Vic lorla. GRAY ASTRAKHAN TRIMS -THIS WIIOK OUVETYN SUIT; ot the best-liked colors for rail and; Winter brick. Very frequently It combined with another color leetat to Hoceiittitio Us lorely In this model brick duvelyn li the cbown fabrlcv and it is trimmed with gray astrakhan, favored for the collar, which Atld' tha pic- turesque vcBlee Self-toiied em- broidery is also Introduced on this charming .suit, jait. it. (s used with (Odd effect both on coat anit skirt. The hit, ol brick-colored trimmed with a land at ostrich HUM On of tMt milch tho gray of fur. GREETINGS FROM KING AND.QUEEN t- 1 LONDON, Oct. As soclated. King an Queen have sent a letter conve'yin_ their good wishes to Dorothy, riaugh ter of Wm. Perkins Bull of Toronto on the occasion of her marriage toda; Simmons ot Toronto. The marriage look place In Wimble- don today. Tho bride was command- lint of the Perkins Dull hospital dur-. ing tho war. FASHION HINTS >'4 4 0 ;Tnft simplicity of ninny'of the liew frqckii matched their equalling Amazing smartness, which goes to that distinction lies lines nnd becoming cbiors'than in dlaborata'trimmings o'r estrBme style features. U Is n decep- tive simplicity, however, and only 'achieved by those who possess a knowledge of line And a feeling for color as well as tho realisation Ihtil elimination of unnecessary details is one of the secret! of clothes success. There U a growing tendency on the part of the designers to relieve the tmtnolony for effects, original and In- teresting. Flag red, henna, bright bind, fctid freen nro tho colors most frequently used. One frock of blue Irlcotlne, slim and straight of lino, has a slas'i ot groy crepe lined With green and heavily fringed gray ullk. Thli la placet] nulto low to give, a 'line and (kiioled nt tHa ;left lijdc. IN GOLD YORK, Oct.. slc.-im. ship.SdidnU Sfid'llalite" herb yeaferdSy with nearly In gold, con- slpied to thfl Federal Rcscrvo Lank. Friday and Sa CF Men's Socks Pure wool 4 and 1 lib socks. Mada from selected v mottled colored yarns. Worth Week-End Men's and Boys' Department Bath Robes Men's bath robw, Itt foti shades such as tan, dirk brown and heather. End MEN'S ENGLISH FLANNEL SHIRTS; Made in color for work or dress, Sizes to 15y2. Regular Week-End .Special.............. BOYS' SHIRTS Boys' grey flannel shirts, finest Untoii -flannel obtainable. Worth J1.76. Week- End Spe- clal FLEECE LlNEO VESTS Men's fleece lined vesta, in natural color only. All sizes. Regu- lar values. Week- En iJ clear- ing nIEN'S NIOHT-: GOWNS Men's fiifo Egyptian cotton- nightgowns, .with or without a collar. All sizes. Reg- ular 51.50 values. Week- .End Spe- nn clal less 10 Per Cent. On Men s Overcoats Men's Suits, worth from J50.00, all reduced for week-end sell-! i ing. Remember, all less 10 per cent" We have a full range of over- coats for men, made from Tweeds, Frlcee and imitation Persian I.amh. Prices .Combinations, S'ests and drawei-s. The Tumbull Ceetee. N'o finer jrar- ineut raadq In children's all wool garment than .this brand. This Isold stock and the same price as iwhcn it overlook tb4 children. If they wear wool, we have It. Priced as to Combinations-___.___...... to Vests to to j THE BEST BRAND OF MACKINAWS We are. sole agents for the "Carss" Mackinaw. 'Pure wool.mackinaw.clQth.- ,-MaQeMh different styles. to ;i; lien's, to 3 SHEEP LINED '.COATS These ore-the only coats for hird wear and winterjwear.: for driv- ing. Three only. Week- End Spe- clal MEN'S DOCSWN OVERCOATS. only, 'well qulltod Hn- Ing. '..Worth J60.00. Special MEN'S SWEATER OCATS Men's Eweater In good shape and sine. Only limited quantity. Worth 10.00. Week- End Spe- cial IT CC Less 10 Per Cent. On MensFelt Hats Odd Pants We have a wonderful variety ot men's odd Prices ranging from J1.76 to 115.00. Week-End Belling, all leu 10 per cent. "i Men's felt hata, from beat' Men's velour hats. Week-End Special i. Watsons All Wool Combinations We'have a table fnll of thesto beautiful In alt'styles, but not nil sizes in one style. ;ThfB is where yon can gave money In buying old Btockf at rljbt to ...v v Ladies'Ready-to-Wear Sale Continues OUR SALE CONTINUES IN THE LADIES' DRESSES, WAISTS, SKIRTS, SUITS AND SWEATERS ALL- WEEK-END QCA1LTY WAISTS We are offering voilaiand silk waists, round 'neck, V-neck ahji high buttoned, and tucked, ,white voile and black silk. values. day ajid Friday SIX NEW SPORTS COATS Salts Esiiuimalt Plush Just in. Stanip Salts. The very bes'f of pjush. Loose back and belted. .Don't miss beelng these and buying one at this price DURABLE LEATHER COATS Three more beautiful models rived. Silk and suede lined. They short sports coat. The very newe'st coat in leather. At. Just, ap are the These Prices On Dresses Are Unequalled Serges and Friday at great reductions. Three Silk Dresses A-t r nn One Flornl Georgette Dress. Kegular At ?8SOO, for........................ Five 49 tj ftft .One Bluo Georgette Dress. Reg- At 'J'uiar 585.00, for Two Seigfe Dresses Ann ,one Navy Blue Georgette Beaded At Size IS. Ilcg. 567.50, for.... LADIES' SWEATERS New shipment of all wool sweaters, round necks nnd the sweater with the collar and the very pobtifar.rippfe at the waistline. In.all the beautiful shades, American, Beauty, old rose; flame, Nilo greeii and Copen. All sizes. WHITE BRUSH WOOL tjr ?13.50, for WHITE KNIT WOOL ot green silk. Jleg- for 1 GREEN SILK Regular for.......... 1 SAND SILK Regular ?38.00, .for SWEATER SPECIAL 'Four lis-iutitul fine wool Jer- sey sweaters, Tuxedo fronts, tla belt and buttoned, old rose and sand.1 Regular and SWEATER LADIES' With medium or low heels, brown and black sliados, 9-Inch fc ftC and WOMEN'S COMFORT SHOES Black kid le'ather, with rubber h'eolfl anci good flex- ible sewn soles. Sjzes 6 to 3. Regular Up to for...................... t.., LADIES' ttnin, and grey slindcs All sizes and ntllngs, A to n; also combination fittings that neatly fit alt nnkles; Regular'up to 54.00. Saturday .morning pera MEN'S WORK Black chrome leather up- ith solid good weight leather AC Regular for yard .SATINS AT BARGAIN PRICES 600 ynrilR Af nice., qtiallty satins. In good shades M moss grey taupa Snd brown inches wide Regular prices ?2 00 aiM Friday Unrgiln 1'rlce PLAiD CREPE GINGHAMS In lorely comhlnations ot color. 40 inclics irlilo Regular price 11.60 yard. This class of wddS will sell al )1.76 yard In March. QO day Bargain Price, yard ;