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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FfllDAT, AUCl'ST G. 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY. HERALD PAGE FIFTIES r PHONE WHAT IS THE MATTER -WITH CANADA? The Calgary Thrift Board contend} hat tb'crd Too not' enough lafm clocks. Too many sill; shlrtJ, not enough [ue flannel ones. Too miuy pointed-toed arid ot .enough medium-toed ones.; CORSET DOLLAR Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mclntyre have returned from their wedding trip lo Monlrcak Quebec; New York.-.Chlcago End Salt lake Cily. l .Major MacLeod, chief- of C.- i'.-: R. police, Winnipeg, passed through the. clly on the westbound train -yesterday afternoon: .Mr.-J> Flealwood left this morn- Seattle via the Lakes and -will return on the mam line. Mr. Fieet wood will be in Seattle tor a couple of weefcs. TUr. ,Mre. 0. T. Lallirop have roluriied'froiu a most cnjo'yablo fish'- ing trip at Lake Lidi, Minnesota. Jtwc left a part) )r{ en roJto lg There snYwlil spend a Banff Miss leaves tomorrow vacation to Vic- toria, Valley route. today. Hon. "AljIiiMacleah Is in the 'city day. Mrs. and Miss are hack from 'is they hare spent the past sEver'alWeeits with relatives and friends. rV -Mr. Schweitzer and been visiting with Mrs. Foremost, ha Laurence- Wright, 01 uro the guests al and 3 Irs. A. W. Max the well. Mr. M. Joslin and little their homo: in Port land, 0: aijd were accompanied by Jlrs.iiJoElinTs mother, Mrs'. Leonarc I'iBonck. Mr from net Mis: rs. has retur m Craub'rooX 'accompanied by 1_ Viva 'Calgary, and Mrs, M Tolnn, S'iveu Mrs. today for Calga .where visit Sirs. Niven fo a few. dSJ'.a.yiCl.V of Calgary, I Inlays with her cousin th St.. South Chief r CArbehter, f Too :many. decollete Too nes 2nd.cot enough Too many customers producers. Too many house pels nough babies. are envious o'l the SEulta of bard work but have little eslre_to cmulate.it. to- aWr aaj toailewAjISlfng'tO'pay be'price il" ''Jti Too many men and women who isplay the spirit of "get while the is good" and not enough old ashioned Christianity.-'.' Too many discontented ones who ent themselves in complaining nd little 'real 'lefiort to remedj xmdittoriB. Too many 'suffering from class con clouuness and too little; democrac; and lovo of r- ffffffff FALL ff ff tf .j Thero in as u'Sual; rQfl )f th'o tli attf'aclive" shbwlbg dt llgbf-Veigh 'abric hats that the milliners ar iringing out. Taffeta Is as much In the ratllirier imellgbt for early fall as it was i .he spring, and .a great many hat made entirely of georgette arc alst shown in the fall lines. Naturally straw braid and flower bale aVe no wauled by the' majority of wome after the middle of August or firs of September, b'ut.'to1 a beav velvet hat in Juno or July alway seemed a weird fancy: The fabric hats that are light 1 weight are admirable for the. firs aulumn days. Witt the advauo style, suggestions .tbit, alway available for wh'o wa'fi' some very 'ctiannin'f: lilt, bits of headgear made ,.a homo at slight ;eipe'hse and "with, com paratirely little trouble. Next genera wbrruas7 low. id vaa. du.riri g thre, The "side lar type. This iS'lifprked put-in' iOUB'.forilU.-' Mr. and Mrs. Harry CoMtcutt an Mr. Mrs.. .G. .E. Patterson an passed 'lliroiigb th city. today, by-: niotorron their way to Banff. s J. U. Garroiv, teller in the Union Bank at Maclcod, has heen trans- ferred to Jiow Island. D. Davis, of Suunyuouk, is his succcssor. Jlrs. H. C. Weslbrbok, Mrs. J. 11. Westbrook and daugjiior Tlulh retjxrned to their home after a month's Viidation spent at Foremost, Woolford slid .YValcrton Tyiikcs. SOCIAL Mrs. C. .H.-Uanlel .waa.the hostess. Mil-tier sister. Mrs. Moore, of Kansas City, the guest of honor at a recherche luncheon yesterday. The color scheme of ilhe tuljlo was artisti- cally carried but In yellow and white, a basket of culled from tlie gardens of tho Daniel home, making a charming centre- piece. Pretty camllca graced Old >corncr docoratlolis of the lable. Mrs. Daniel was assisted by her daugh- Miss Virginia Daniel. Those pres- ent Meadames'S.' Kirkhairi, F. A. SlolltV.W.-A. Buchanan, C. Me- Cie'naghan, W. S, Ball, II. It. Nfclipls, S. S. Dunham r.rid W. 1C' Fairfield. a "t 'Miss Margaret JlcKcnzie eriterUfn- cd a number of friends this afternoon in honor of Alls's Mary Jones, of Min- neapolis. HARVESTERS LEAVE HALIFAX CHIC GABARDINE DRESS. -V. Pleats still prevail 111 the, ''.smart treet frock for early fall. They, are used with'- excellent: advantage dress that is pictured made o! navy blue model Is designed with a wide centre panel is offae't-Jby number of knife skirt follows the same lines. row.. belt .of. black ribbon is loosely .ied at the walstlice. the sieeveSjare .ong and the wide cuffs are faced if'ith jiack satin. Small lace placed upon Ihe sleeves and harmbn- ,ie with the lace- collar. TheTiai'-Bf -j' blue felt is trimmed richly embroidered veil. You'll never spend it to better.advant- a pair "Of these splendid corset} far with'1 LONDON. Aug. an oiclUng scene in the house of comnv ternoon, during discussion Notionalist member -for suspended and sent from the. htfuse. He naa followed on his departdre-by otior NationaHats, a great rmrjWty of Jhe labor party and some of 't fed' in- dependent Liberals amid the( jeersjof the deiipiincliig' 'Oia f procee'd'i rig as am and hbmbtig.1' He was 'called'' to'ofder fftr' :declined; to "re Slime his 'The house wasfsitting as a CDbhmit a and i'Tii HALIFAX, Na-.: lional special with 400 harvesters left Halifax this morning for the. west. Specials also left -Truro and Sydney. It is estimated that Nova Scotia's harvester contingent will total PRETOH1AN DOCKS QUEBEC. C. P. 0. S. Prctorlan docked herd'this morning at S.15 with 413 passengers on board. 'BU'njirfp fie d' fnd Devil if if- Suspension wa B "'ttlid carried by a vote of 229 to 43. The speaker-then asked him to leave the I house, which he did. STEAMER AGROUND SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. Thi steamer West Eldarav bouud from Yokohama' to New York, grounded on the., rocks of Barber's Point, last night, according to a cable mes sage to the'marine department of th San IVancisco chamber of commerce The cable said tho members of th craw were not In danger. r. ENGAGEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. William Fall, of Ta- ber, announce the engagement of their daughter Ethel lo Mr. Victor Spaceman, of the we'dding to fake place at Taber on Augdal 9lh. i f nyard DDC S Ib. Rolled Oats, Price Quaker Oats, tubes, Prico Puffed 2 for Puffed Wheat, 2 pkts.' for Nucoa Nut, per Ib................... Seal Braad Butter, per 1 Ib. Sweet Pickle's, Cli- max.................. Crossft Bloater per Jar Shrimp Paste, Lobster PaEte, per _ _ Anchovy, 'JP'vv por.Jar SEASONABLE FRUITS DAILY TO HAND 75c 35c 35c 30c 40c 60c GOc 35c THE STAPLE COUNTERS GREY HARVESTER BLANKETS Very hardivcarln" Blng'o bed size Regular !r60 pair 2o pairs lo sell nt, pair. !4.25 FLANNELETTE SHEETS At aVfon to sol! at this.price. Size 10-4 Size tl-4 Slzo 124 Do not miss this If you aro In need of Flannelette IJIank- els. UNBLEACHED LINEN TABLE DAMASK 63 Inches wide. Very heavy. B'or everyday use this can- not bo excelled. Worth ?2.EO yard. 2 bolts lo sell at -I PQ yard.............. ;