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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ".f" SATURDAY. OCTUBKK '30. fHB 10AILY HgiRALP. PAGE FWTKEH PHOKH-KM r MILAM PERSONAL Geo. MacKay reached vMy yesterday (rom Montreal and will be htre for several Di. and Gilllvan and.family, '.eavo today tu Ottawa, where Dr. n the Mclntyra ranch near Uagrath. i.. Friends of Mr. A. E. Bedwell who was gassed at the front will he pleas- ed to. learn that lie Is making, good progress alter his recent'operation In '.ho Van Haarlem Hospital. The Misses who have .been vlslllftg relations In Georgia and Win nipeg, spent.a teif.'days in the city the gue'ets of thplr orother and sister In-laiv Mr._and Mrs. P. V. Lewis. The; left yesterday "lo loin their mother In Vancbnver, B. C. Misa Agnei Livingstone was a tea iireshinenls were'served and 4 nke programme helped mako-the evening t most enjoyable one tor Deer Advocate'. Daily Fashion 1 By Gertrude Bereilord _J Dr. ead Mrs. Pinhorn and children o( Coiitis, Allt, arrlveil back (rom lb.6 old country last night. Mrs. Plnhorn nd children are. Biasing In Lett- bridge for a day or Iwo. t Dickinson eipe'cts land, about (be till to 'ssll }t Nov- Ih'e city ot Ihe marriage on Labor Day ot. Joyce D: Bo.lsford' or-Michigan and.Ycruon A. Redmond formerly of Lethbrlus' at St. John's, Michigan. Iho nev..Ed In'g the ceremony. Mr. Redmond Is tha son 61 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Red- mond aid was a member of the 39th Referring to the special Thanksgiv- held .James An- glican church, Ingersoll, Ontario, an Ingersoll paper has the following to Bay of.Miss Hilda McMillan and CHARMING FROCK OF VELVET Banner both formally: of Lathbrldge.1 .Especially does..crefllta .belong, lo The Saturday Night Money Savers BI5ANDON'. Oct. n. S. Inspector ot the Royal Cana- dian Mounted Tollce. started an In- vestigation this morning lo determine the origin o! the Bro which destroyed he old winter fair building Thursday with an estimated loss ot [tumors that a civilian was seen leav- ing the building shortly betoro the Ere broko out and that ha might know something about the fire will be a factor .In the Inquiry. Tho total number of horsea burned Is now plac- ed at 31. LIBERALS HOLD SEATS JOHN, N. B.i'Oct. The re- sult of the recount of St. John clt} was'announced this "morning by Judge Armstrong. It leaves the candidate In toe 'camq relative positions on I election 'da'y, all "'four government] members Includlng'-Hcn.' W. B. Fos- ter; Hon. E. Sculley end It. T. Hayes bqmg declared elect- Hudson's fiay Company APRONS Tea Aprons and Kit- chen lor SATURDAY NIGHT 69c DRESSES Six SUk Dresses, silk and poplin, la two different styles. Regu- lar Saturday night lor CORSETS For Saturday night special, Coneta for SILK WAISTS Habuta'l blade and white, in three dlBerent Reg- ular 15.00 and Spechil (or Saturday hoatesB this afternoon In honor Hlfli Helena Simpson. ol Mrt. -Mary C. McClenaghan, of Joseph Banner, the for tho talented and finished musical pro- gram, which was rendered aa a special tribute the oc- rarlous AND DUVETYN The short still enloying a decided voguo especially OQ ihu simple frocks for daytime wear. In dress of tele do negre duvelyn, LethbrUge, Worthy Grand Matron of organ'numbers were.'espocWly pleas- tto Order of Baitern Btar, paid an and on every hand thbse, in tne Dclal vlilt to Venns Red 1 congregation were deeply appreciative Deer, on'Monday evening lasL There f his mastery over.Ihe Instrument, as'a. large attendance ot members, One local musician stated to the. Sen- ani a most .enjoyable "eTenlug J.was Mr, Banner spent by all During tie even- St. James' church-.had an organist of iast was presented outstanding ability: with a set ol ellver spoons by the Pleasing also was Ihe solo by Miss Weibers of the Chanter. Dainty re- HlWa ot the ector, JRev. ,W. B. V. Mclllllen. It will'4s'remembered'that Miss .Me- Mmen.topk-a-.very prominent' part ome time ago, at the big musical east'. In-' known .'as Haydn's Creayon." Miss, McMlllcn yesterT ay rendered 'tha Verdure the same work, anil was leard to full advantage and consider- able pride, congregation. Upltvnd Coffee thls the sleeves .are eilrcme'ly abbreviated They are trimmed with long points ot tele de A decoration In similar style is introduced on the sislrt, which adds greatly .to the rich ness of this model. About the hem a.band of the velvet marks the length of-.the iklit. A narrow belt oi the dn'vetyn waistline, and above this the "material. Is Bollly bloused: Should you desire lo copj this dress, It would be equally altracl lyo If developed In fabrics' ot contrast Ing color. The Hallowe'en dance given by the Mrs. Molghen on Monday, Novemhc 8th at. 3.30 p.m. After the Premier' address refreshments will, be serve and a musical program rendered. The regular monthly meeting of th Nursing Mission Board will be hel Jn tho Nursing Mission Home o Tuesday, November 2nd at 4 p.m. Mrs. .Roy Miles, 1120 5lh Ave. 9 miscellaneous shower o Wednesday afternoon from 4 to o'clock. The proceeds will be donat- ed to the St. Patrick's church bazaar. while you Sleep" Do you feel You ara bilious, constipated! You (eel head achy, full of cold, unstrung. Your meals don't is bad, skin sallow. Taio, Cascarets tonight for your liver and--bowela and wake up and cheerM. No' gripini Inconvenience. Children lovwas prepared and submitted lo Iho cabinet council on Friday, hut it was lepfced that II kad been Another Week of Wonderful Bargains In Clarke's Mid-Season Sale We'll continue tjiis great saving event every day ,next week, giving tne opportunity to gain Most Substantial Savings to scores oi women not take advantage of the sav- ings'this.month OFF ALL SUITS ALL COATS ALL SKIRTS ALL DRESSES ALL PETTICOATS ALL SILK HOSE ALL SILK UNDER- WEAR ALL WAISTS ALL FURS ALL GLOVES ALL UNDERWEAR ALL WH1TEWEAR ALL WOOL HOSE ALL BOYS' WEAR fcLL GIRLS' WEAR TWO SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES ON MIL- LINERY FOR FINAL SALE GREAT SAVINGS ON tf HE BALANCE OF MID-SEASON SALE ;