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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTE'fiN il PERSONAL 4 44-9 4 f 4 4 4 4 444 Mrs. W. H. Morris and tm Alfred .left today Icr NelsoB. B. C. Mr. Leon .B. -Dunsworlh's many friends arc pleased lo hear that ho lias successfully passed his first year's examinations at the North- western pental College. Chicago. Mrs. M. McLouuan, .of Chicago, her little son Donald, -is -visiting F.I thcThQrno'of her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. J.'.iv'Jv'en. W. B. -Turner left the city Ihfs weeks' vacation on p.he Arrow'Lakes. vVIO .-Harold of Calgary is n suest tho hbnio..of Mr. and Mrs E .M I .-.rsorf: Sjth" Street. left this extended trip east, to the g.ujsl at the home'of her els- 'f'. .Mrsi.Cedrse Cockerllne. at North tey, On't. The MIfses- Virginia, Tlprolhy and ric'.'.y returned home from wpelisVvlsIt in Missouri arid W. P. Craig left for Cowley o'n.a fishing trip: Mr.'; Earl '.Morris left this morning for .NeWob'.-B.-jC., where his marriage to .Corrlnc Slr.clc. daugb- ler G. W. Steele of plivce on the tenth of of Toronto and [Xciv through ttc city on jhis ivsj'JioSCalgBry yesterday after- Miss Lewis R.X., who has ,bcen for three months. Is her parents, Mr. a I Mrs. Thomas' Lewis. I i Calvary.' ia a today. I Sehl'is in Calgary for a few days. I J. Edmonton pa scd ycst-rday after jnoon. I i McMcekmg let1 this morning 'ftfr.'yiclorla Their trtp will Include'the lakes and Kettle Val ley TOuUjsr.-; 1 Mrs.'C." S'. .G'ress, Vho'fias'been In jibe hospital for several' weeks [Portland, returned home today; jMrs. A. C.. 'Messer and daughter and'MIss Ivy Adams of Van- !eouver, B. C., who have been spend- i Ing, the last1 two weeks with their sister. Mrs. G: Moriey, of Frank, re- the city and little son are Mrs'.1 J. TisitO' s. J. JA... Perry irs in. Calgary. Miss O. has worked for many years, and hearty congratula tioris.were showered upon him by his ffilluiv workers. Daily Fashion By Uertrufie Berestord 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WEDDINGS ,4 4 4 v? 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PASSE ELTON The marriage of Mrs. Elva Shelton daughter nf; {Jeorgo Holraan 0' Magratlt. and Mr. Ace son o Mr. W. 1'asKCy, Magrath, was solum oh July city b. Jlishop Grcon. >lr. and Mrs. Passo: loft on IE lior.aymoov. to and wll reside in Magrath sipon tbelr return. NICHOL A ceremony ot great Interest lo a laree circle of friends took place a SI. John's Anglican church, Centre ion. when Mtyv Pearl, daughter of tin laic Mrv.lohn Xkhol and Mrs. Mchol .the bride of Mr. .Ocorg Sneath Stcwarf. son of lion. CharH1 Ktewart, premif-r of Alberta, Thcf church 'was decoralod with I floweM'ar.d potted plants, and nn I their way lo the altar the bridal party passed benealh a wittc arch adorned! wllh clusters of pink and white MS and twined with ivy. Prom Hie cenfre of the arch was suspended a large white wedding bell. The bride a gown of Ivory satin char menso and sliver allover lace, trim- med with pearls, and a tulle veil caught with orange blossoms. Sho carried a bouquet of Sweetheart roses, Thri Hricath. ol Toronto, was night as usual." t There will be an executive meeting tonight at 8 of tho Military Chapter I.O.D.B. in.the-G.W.Y.A. .club, Will all members please attend. The Women's Mission Society of the Christian church -will meet at 3 tomorrow afternoon at the- home of Mrs. Dunswortb, 611 ?lh St. South. The regular monthly meeting ot the Wesley Ladles' Aid will he held In the church parlor on Thursday after- noon at 3 and will he of a social na- ture. The ladies will bring their sew- ing for the bazaar. Mesdames Bran- dow, Huhbs, 3imm and Laycock will bo the hostesses, Mrs. Cope, convenor of tho syste- matic giving'committee ot the KnoT Ladies' Aid, ;wlll ho In. the school room of the Th'rfrs- day, afternoon at 3 lo receive collec- tions. Will all collectors please be as prompt as possible? The regular monthly meeting o! ths Woman's, Civic Club will bo held-at the homo of Mrs. P. W. Downer, West- jnlnster House, on Thursday evening, August 5th, at 8. AH members are requeslcd to be present. MINING APPEAL DISMISSED LONDON. Aug. Canadian Associated privy council has dismissed the appeal of llox versus Paulson, with costs in favor ot the principal respondent. The appeal from the judgment of th'a Dominion Supreme Court aa to whether a min- ing case was properly forfeited under the Dominion's Land Act. When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse.they naturally drink INSTANT POSTUM "There's a Reason 500 CORSET COVERS Lace and embroidery trimmed. Very fine cotton, Sizes 34 to 44, Inventory .'w..v'< BANBEAUS EXTRA SPECIAL Back and front fastener. Flesh and white Sites 33 to 44. Values to 'no clear This ad. needs but little introduction to those who are acquainted with the tremendous saving opportunities offered in the "August the fact that this week's prices are doubly attractive, owing to the many "extra specials" revealed by stock-taking. We find ourselves still too heavily stocked in merchandise, which largely consists of broken lines, odd sizes and lengths, which we simply cannot carry into our fall these big reductions in you cannot afford to overlook these gemune bargains described they are the greatest on record. 35S1LKSK1RTS Too many skirts and August Is tha month for tho extra skirt. Here is where you can find value for your money.: Natty little styles and the materials ais urfeta, silk poplin and stripe- messelaine. :A11 must go. Values at THESE SUMMER FROCKS MUST GO! After Inventory we find too many dresses In slock'and must clear before our fall slock conies in. Every model this season's good's. Among this beautiful range of dresses you will find serge, messelaine, georgette aud silk poplin. Any- one, who needs a fall dress or to complete summer wardrobe will find ono among this rack. to COATSlND SUITS After inventory and coats must go this week. All have been marked; a Placed on one rack. 1C you arc looking for real values stop at the Bay this WAISTS FOR YOUR SEPARATE SKIRTS Here is where you-find.ono of tho largest and most com- plete lines in the city, from gcorgettea to voiles. We'have two specials: (Voile Waists Georgettes and Ciepe de Chine to for CORSETS! CORSETS! CORSETS! to Corset Dept. has seme broken lines. Not all, sizes' In a line, but we have all sizes. Materials arc the very brocades rieals. All number one models taken out 'of bur- big stock, aud cor Back anil front lace. 'Flesh and white. Values 57jOO to 512.00. For a quick clearance. OVERALLS You'll be needing a pair shortly. Why not buy now when you can save. This line rfcommend -as 'being very-strong and ser- viceable. Hejjular ?3.09. August Sale............ THIS ILL MEREST YOU! AND PANAMA -HATS. Stylish shapes of all kinds. A hat is a real days, and just think THRIFTY MOTHERS WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE BOYS' WASH SUITS We've a splendid range to pick from, iiiid the prices are all cut to pieces. Regular J1.25 to SCO.QO. Sale i up J OA Prices L.W to 4.OU Very Thing ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HOUSEFDRNISHING At the RighJ Moment! ECONOMY TOPS 1 dozen Quarts, Economy Pints, Economy 1 dozen Quarts, Perfect 1 dozen Pints, Perfect...... 1 dozen Half Gallons'Perfect DEPARTMENT THE DOMINION WEAREVER MAT Hade from heavy grade cocoa matting in a good range of sizes nnd patterns. Just tho mat for your, summer tent or sleeping porch. Can .be.put on the line and have the hose turned on It to clcau 6nt tho dust, 7he colors will stay fast. Size 7x10......'. Size 6x7-6...... Size 6x9 36 inches wide.... DO NOT DELAY AS THEY ARE GOlVlG FAST THE HOOVER IT BEATS--AS IT SWEEPS-AS IT CLEANS vv CLEANERS IN ONE Some people go over their ruga with 2 vacTium cleaner. Next day they use n broom for clinging llller, and they feel they must have their rugs beaten every so often. Other people "just run tlic Hoover ovor." Their rugs aro always "clean lo the roots." Colorings always look bright. Tho ruga wear years longer. Certainly It Is better to combine Ibrcti dennlns opera- tlons In one, as only The Hoover docs, t We are always ready to demonstrate tho many good polnls at any time. (Second Floor, Housefurntshlngs AFTER STOCK-TAKING CLEAN-UP IN THE PIECE GOODS DEPARTMENT SILK DEPARTMENT BARGAINS .100 YARDS ASSORTED wash satins, ducliosso novelty Jllk and crepe do-chine; nfso many wanted Bhndcs In silk gcorsctlc.-These aro worth in tlio regular way from ?2.00 to KOO yard. Many arc short lengths, but there are alioul 500 yards of regular stock ouanlittca. You will bo delighlei with these extraordinary values. To nwko this really worth your while wo shall clear cverylhlng 1 An out al, yard UNION children's wear. Cornea In good shades of red, grediv'-nnvv copen nigger and black. 36 Indies wide. nf Worth yard. To clear ?.t, yard iiLj SHIRTING grounds with .good, slrlpe effects. 32 inches '.vide. Nearly all wool. Worth nbolit ?1.I5 yard, Two bolls 17p lo clear at, yard...................... is Ihe price of moderale qual- ity flannelette today. NOVELTY SKIRTING PLAIDS 111 the very latest Kevt York goods. These (ire marked 55.75 and 510.50 yard, These are In exclusive lengths. Your choice C "C at, yiud............................. D.yj DRAWN THREAD SQUARES 36 Inches square. Regular price each; To clear 65c BLACK CHEVIOT ?4 inchea wide. Mar'Ked 53.50 am! worth 51.50. 25 yards to -I nf clear al, yard FRENCH CREPE Superior da chine. In while ond omoruld only. 40 inches wide. Today's no price S3.75 yard. To clear CREPE silk. In mr-.ny good Inches wide, liegiilar price -I PQ yard itVU STEEL CLAD Just n few to'Bell at tills price. Watch Iho price Jump next month. About 10 pieces to A sell al, yard 1'DC covering com forlera, boxes, corners, dr.-. 36 Inches wide. Trclly designs. 5 designs lo clear al, yard................ DXFORO spe- cial, Regular price 38c yard, 200 yards to sell at. yard................ ,'iiul t-loaii up. Marked He Tj clear. yard BROWN TURKISH 100 pairs to sell, ifeciilar J1.50 While they .tin last, pair !JU1U CHILDREN'S SUNSHADES'TO CLEAR AT HALF PRICE CLARK'S CROCHET THREAD. old reliable make. Reg- ular prlca ISc ball. Sizes 40 and only. To clear at, I; PILLOW cot- Ion. Best quality. Size 42. i Son- each. To clear two for only. TO clear at, np liall i. To clear at, -1 nn Jl iiJU ALLURING PRICES ON SHOES LADIES' PUMPS Patent and kid leathers, good flexible leather soles Cuban or uls heels. To clear Extra Specials in White Canvas Foptwear Ladles' rumps Ladies' Boots... 41.95, Growing Girls' Boots.. Silases' Bools ____ ;