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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, MILADI PERSONAL Mr. and -Mrs: R. Matthews have re- turned irooo. tielr wedding trip in larst ud Buff and Till up resi- dence at 711 9th Street south. 5 W. Xjurphy who has been Tiait- bg vlth her parents, Mayor ud Mrx. IT. D. L. Hardie, returned to home 1st la honor ot Mrs. Fred Smith. dinner table was artistically decorated with a prolusion ot golden glow, and tie drawing room with pink Covers were laid for fight and Included Mrs. Fred Smith, Miss Mrs. Percy Barnes, Mrs. Kenneth NUa. 'GronklU, Mn. Junes Bluett, and Mrs. Bruce Journal. .Mrs, Smith will take up her residence in Lethbrldge thfs week., 1 The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, U. 0. D. E.'auction and rummage sale notch was held in St. Augustine's Mr. C.E. Snow, spent the on SatnriUv. was well allendnA wim His pareew ai Cardstpn. a grea.t s.iiccess, the society realii- as 'a result. Mrs. Hill wu In charge ot the gantry table while Mrs. J. W, McNlcol and Mrs. C. B. Bcwniaa presided at the table. The committee In charge wu Mrs, R. J. Diutaf, at sales, Mrs. E. A- Bwart, Mrs. E. Alns- worth, Mrs. W. J, Armstrong, Mri Mrs. WUltun HufderMB ud tor grandchild ITSJ, tare _ returned .trott Bcmths with alUr.i Mrs. Jona Scott has relumed to tho A. E. HUler. V. t rfi .Jirp MaWslone. Saak, wherp she! Noraian Kfacleod, James htr daughter, Mrs. j. O- Robertson aad Mrs. A. B Stafford, all of whom are to be com- mended on tho successful manner In The Misses Francos and Zera DUus- worth leave today to eater tha University. Dr. Horning who has been away on business in Edmonton during past week, has returned fo the city. Hugh Crawford is around aiiln it- lit 'Me weeks' Illness, during which be underwent an operation. Dr. G. V. Leach is Great Kails a visitor in Mrs. I. ot High Riter. who has bees ruest of-: Mra. David Donald, returned' to' berfflcient serrice in order to hold their losillons. Tho budget which is De- ng compiled by various women's or- lutiona, etc., at present consists ot the following Items as being neces- 117 In the ordinary working life ot a self-support female: Meals, rooms, shoes' and rubbers, repairing shoes, stockings, underwear, petUcoaU. coat, dresses anct aproos, ahi.rt vaists, skirts, handker- chiefs, nightfowni, corsets, corsat- vaists, glovea, neckwear, hats, um- brella, kiixoua, raincoat, repair of Nothing, laundry, lueilicioe and den- Jitry, ttrwt fare, newspapers and atagaiines, stationery and postage, association dues, insurance, vacation amusements, church and other contributions, incidentals. Total for tlie Year In making up the budget such ar tides as an umbrella, raincoat, winter coat, suit, etc., are calculated on a yearly proportion of the cost, as they probably may-serve for from two to hree years or even longer; most JUdgets Include also a proportion ol ie' incoma'set aside as savings but "o calculating the lowest possible minimum savings have been omitted It Is intenuUng to note that In one province' where the so budgets, were averaged from returns sent lu separ ately by employers and employees, that the final results were within t few cents weekly of being the same as each other. A SUIT FOR THE SMALL BOY Tbls little suit" is for the little fellow who claims your attention by his end- ess questions. It is a two-piece af- fair. The liny trousers are made o! lavy blue flannel, although it you pre- ler it you might duplicate them iu linen or some other.vrash fabric. They ornamented with white bone but- .ons and loops ot white flannel. Tho jlouoe is cut from white silk and fin- thetl'. with'accordion-pleated frills at bo; neck and wrists. Should you de- liijjerj trousers then you might... blouse in whElo illmity or othefi light .weight cotton fabric.. And the laundering simpler you 'might substitute plain Collar, ani} Jvttfi, Vv Presbyterians Call For Fullest Support Coming Referendum Urging the people of the Presbyter Ian churches of the provinces to give their ywy best support to the refer endum campaign, and emphasizing th necessity of registration, a resolutloi unaminouBly passed at the seml-an. nuil meeting of the homo mission committee o[ the Presbyterian church !n Calgary last week when the HUBS tlon of the nrqhlbltlon referendum was carefully considered. Following is tha resolution. "Thai in view of the splendid results of tho adoption and application of the prln ciple of prohibition In connection will the liquor traffic, which men women in all walks of life bear test! mpny in this and other countries, anc In Tiew of the impossibility of control ling the aale of liquor under the pres- ent wide open-door of InterarovlnJIa trade, which the people o! the prov ince now have an opportunity to closo once and for ail and so remove the gross .abuses that are so apparent a the present time, we would send ou a most earnest and urgent appeal t -j 32 to Klannelctto Gowns, in extra good qual- ity flannelette with double yoke, y-Ltjuk, trimmed with embroidery, long sleeves. Sizes 36. 3S, 40 and 42. ftC Price Ladies' Flannele'.te in- twb- ploco style, the coat has long sloevs fasteners with silk frogs and pearl'but- tous. Sizes 3G to -32. rta J'rice Ladles' Drawers, in' white flannelette; made with elastic nt knee. Lengths :S7 to 30-7 oj; oufl -C'A Prices! Vests, of a good w.eave of suit- ablo for fall, wear. Ono stylo has strap shoulder and low. neck; 'another ,'nh'ort .sleeves and low neck, and another shows V-neck and elbow sleoves. Sizes f Drawers and Knickers, to match above knickers. Sties 34 to 40. At cp J LARGE STOCKS OF BOYS' WEAR SPECIALLY PRICED Bitra values In SUITS FOR BOYS from 4 to S years ot age, Russian ulouso style in fancy brown and grey mixed tweeds, also some plain colors. All at tho vory special price of, suit, BOYS' SUITS In all sizes from 26 to 35, in fancy tweciia and worsteds. All the new styles, Priced from t to BOYS' OVERCOATS In both the reefer stylo and tho warmer winter ulsters, with or without tho full belt. PRICED to BOYS' UNDERWEAR Combinations, long sleeves .and ankle leneth. the Tiger Driind, two ijualltlds, heavy ribbed cottnn and wool and cotton. Priced'ac- cording Iff size, tof 1x09 HOE VALUES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU Notwithstanding the constant increasing price of fine leathers and workmanship, we are ip a posi- tion to offer you SHOES BIG SAVINGS TO YOU. JUST A FEW ITEMS LISTED HERE FOR COMPARISON Ladies' Fall Boots With medium, walking or Louis heels, and good flexible leather soles. Brown or black. Shades of kid End calf leathers. Aii sizes. BOYS' black and brown leather; round and recede too; good wearing. j Qr" Sizes up to S. At, per pair LADIES' and Kid Pumps with medium, Cuban and Fronch heels. All sizes In tho lot- At.............. Ladies1 Oxfords Black KM, Patent Kid, Ma- li ogany Calf and Jtavaiha Brown Calf Oxfords, with medium, walking or Loriis heels and flexible welt solos. All sizes, widths AA to K. SELECT THAT TRUNK, BAG OR SUIT- CASE HERE BECAUSE PRICES ARE RIGHT An exceptionally lino showing o[ "Langmiltr Made in Canada" Bag- gage that makes selecting tho proper trunk, bag or suitcase easy. Como in anil make ydur s'clectMii, WARDROBE TRUNKS That arc handsome, u'ad Itlcnl trunk for long lo Malting Suitcases 13.00 and Fibre Suitcases....................................... to W.75 Club 16.60 .to Steamer TYsinhs to Canvas Covered Trunks.............................. J13.75 to Fibre Board Trunks to ;