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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST.11. 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI PHOXB 1224 PERSONAL Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Husband, who have been on a honeymoon to tho coast, return home tomorrow, and will take up residence al 1203 iHb, Avenue South. A party including Sir. and' Mrs. E. Ainsvvorth and her sister. Miss Jack- sou, and .Mr.i; .Cook of this uioj-niag'-by moio'r for- Yeitow-' .Glacier Park. JI M u rra y arid I Ittie sqn 'from u- week's vlsll lii-'.Calgaiy. of Coronation Is vlsiifnyjiiV-ilic-ho'rhe -pf Mr. Mrs. W. after which return willi Mr.) fnd'Mrs. It. J. Dinning, who have a motor Irlp through the are expected 'to ar- rive e .j. t A very took" place yesterday (Monday) morning at St. Patrick's church, Rev. ;father Mc- Caffrey cfficiatint, belweeh: 'Miss Catherine N'egrey and John Vaeelen- afe. toth'of thls'clfT, The younfe couple well known and carrj-. .the -best wishes 'ofttelfjniariy friends relatives. Slr.: Vaeelenak 'at the' wi.lls.Se.'a't horhevto their frteqaj.Dt 1233 -North on audxaftcr the 3otH of.the' inontb. _____. leaves tonight for will'spend several: vVoeto: r t Milas formerly of this clly tut now of "Calgary, Is spending the day !D (he city: on business. i 'r Mr. and j'irs. IJugh .Crawford and family have returned from an exlsnd- ed visit to Mont ti Mr. and Mrs. ATS. Hogg left yes- terday for Banff aiui other points to spend a few >c Mrs. M. E. Connor and Miss M. Connor of Onlarlo'ire expected In the clly shortly to' be'.tlie Euesls at the 'Koineof Dr. E. iL. Connor for a couple of months. Mrs, H. A. Nicholson of Toronto, and Mrs. H. Galvin left-for a few weeks' visit in Edinonlon, as guests at Hie home of Sir. and Mrs. Harold Hlginbotbam. t Mrs. H. S. Vi'liifd'lias as bor guests Mrs..Ed. Aikcns anil daughter Alleen, of Calgary. i't a Mrs. Ernest Rose left today for Banger. Maine, b'winK to the serious Illness of her slBJcr. Mrs. E. Her- bert. -Miss Lula Wikta has lafl the staff of the Hudson's Bay company, on the occasion n> her approaching marriage which takes placet latter part of August Id Mr. W. Taylor of'tbat firm, son of Mrs. C. Taylor, Trchane House, Boscastle, Cornwall, Bug. Mr. A. G. Baalim spent the week- end with his family, it Gull Lake. 4 14 t Mrs. M. B. Kelly: anil Miss Florence Kcllcy, accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Long and little daughter Marion, of J.elhbridgc, left Cjilgary Friday night for Wliilo Hock. where'they'have taken a collage and will spend the next two months. i'i' 4.4 t Pi1. Rivers Cook, of La- combe, as bis guest yesterday. Miss Nana Yolliiml has left the city for HlBh Illver toj'lako up u. position with [he Bank of The of four-year-old Margaret who disappeared from Thor, old on July found under n heap of weeds.. WEDDINGS Victoria -T4'9 home' 'of Mr. and Mrs. li. A. Kfnjeton street, Jsmes Bay, ol a quiet but pretty weddlng-oiilTaesday when their daughter. be- came the bride of berries. Alia., jate ot t he Royal -Navy] The ceremony 'was performed by. HeV.' Dr. G. W. Butler, who over from Vancouver. f_. -The bride, wore a Vul le 'Bii (I ft'-j and a corsage bouquet of blush roses Her sister, MlM Jean Held, was brides- maid, dressed in maize silk embroid- ered in blue, and 'carried a bouquet of roses. The best man was Gordon .The rooms tastefully decorated with antt after- the ceremony' ttie bridal sat down to a dainty wedding supper. Among the guests- were Mr. and Lester of Dorothy Roberts, Alex Ross 'Ind' Sidney Rob- erts. Mrs. Lester, is a Bister of the bride. Miss Dorothy Roberts gave some pleasing musical- selections. Tha bride received manj beautiful gifts of, linen and silver. Mr. and Mrs. Hill left for their future home at berries, via Edmonton, where they will visit Jlrs. Frank' Brently, another sister ot tbe bride. 'v CHURCHES ANb SOCIETIES 4} Daily Fashion Br CertruJe Berestord MQbjSH SPORT COAT combinations are popular'iu every realm of dress. Here is a charming combination lor sports afield. The'sweater Is made of black silk. It is knitted In the loose stitch that is so fashionable. It is finished'with a handsome' collar and tumback'cuffB of white muslin. "The skirt IB fashion'e'fCfrom; a fine wool v'elour plaid white; It is knife jthe'.ctecks are on the dlagotfalVthe'-fesaH is ex- tremely The white kid with bleck patent leather.: i -V- v Tonight promises the most en- event of (he week tit.the Hhc- hibilion Pavilion dance, the Can- noneers Jazz Band and Major Jack Ross. Please that this dance is being held tonight instead of -Vvedacsday ar, account of the 1 t Mrs. SJeGregor's seclion of the Re- bekabs will meet at the hoine of -Miss Prosser, 808 6th -Avenue South, to- night at 8.00. The regular meating of the .United Ladies' Aid will be held at 3.00 sharj on Thursday in {he hall. Will all members please make an effort to bo present, i- s Kill thgmv all, and the: germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. THE GIRLS CAMP, BURMIS .What with hold-ups, climbing, boating wilh leaky boat, cooking and swimming, the girls the .United Itethbrldge, camping at the Lee'Lake ranch, linf- 111 have found their life this laat twelve days both interesting and ex- The camp Is situated on the lower heighls above a beautiful rounded by busji and..spnicc trees, whilst in the distance is z panorama mountain ranges completing a mag-, niflcenl scene. Mr. Davis, who owns the ranch gavij the'party a.very cord- ial invitation and practically gave the girls the freedom of the place, for Shetland ponies-as well ;ss horaea were placed al the disposal or the young ladles dally. Tho girls left Lethbrlclge on Thursday, July 2'jlh, and arrived at the ranch-in lluio for a picnic lunch after which spurn if- (tori was made lo make up lipd's in the I tents. left- standing fry Ihe Scout No. C, a nrelly hard and-otter'a of restless 'Wising 'the eifls arose hurigrj' foij.breilktast al'-j am "any ot-the -sorhd limo c'dilectlbn of ftirs; etc., to assist in making the bads more downy and comfortable and llwreaftcr sleep proved possible waVaccbniSsnled W luilllng. (or -.prove'd bailer's Doing heeded to: keep' Lanka means satisfaction aroma the color charms tho flavor satisfies. After the first cup, more when the is Lanka, 1 -It is Ceylon's choicest grade, British grown, blended to pcrfec- firtn WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada the boat tolerably free" froni' water. Soirie learned to. swim; others learn- ed new tricks in the water, liiit day was full of 'joybttis enterprise, frolic and fun. The -cooking was wonaerful. Some girls cooked their first meals in. camp, yet every meal was enjoyed, tho cooks yieing with the others In the prepara- tion of new dishes.' Two of the girls planned and exe- cutetf'a hold up.a week after their arrival at a pop boliio as a giin and of variously the foreign tongue. Reg tried to blufi the robbers, hut finally handed out the "dough" to the very realistic youhg one of whom'was the other liipre inclined to the return was made ot the goods the next morn- ing. Reg was distinctly surprised and Could not for some] time believe that two gentle maidens like Bessie and Leah could make-believe in such, fash- iohi One call for a'- doctor was made, Janet taking slck'fwith what seemed like violent ague, but with the appll- cation of heat to 'the heart and cold water bandages lo-'the head she grad- ually regained control of her shaking limbs. Phila, who has been threatened wilh appendicitis for some time rendered herself sick through her anxiety to the' doctor prescribed quietness and just water for nourishment for the following day much to her dismay. Max Bateman, -with two compan- ions, camped some'distance from the girls' cinarloi-s and, on one of his trips through }he Frank Slide was held up by what seems the same group that are suspccled la connection with the train robbery., at Sentinel. This the robbers .woro black masks and called halt when lie was goins slow, .without lights halfway through tho. nlfdo. They took all and val- uables in tho pockets of the party and then decamped. Later we heard that in a running fight with the des- peradoes two mounted police and one of the robbers were killed at Blair- more. .This Is'Just rumour and ?mv; be confirmed or denied.' The nons, hoivovor, had its meaning .to campers whose tents could easily ho attacked by men violently dispowil. :0n Wednesday by common consent the. campers.took their departure for Prank and most undertook to; climb the ..Turtle mountain which WOO fed above the town. Nine man- aged to'make the summit and lolt their wnWcms before sliding down on tho double. Two of the company have not since been ablo to satisfy thulr and rally developed appe- tites. lYornial meals are followed by further raids on the foodstuffs wllii- oul nny :li effects. One father'wroto asking that his daughter he well foil at any cost, but no one need liavo any anxiety.on that score. Some- ijf.-la nvtfVitcd'lo eat fivo six'piecM of toast besides other goods for hreati- fast but wllh it all camp has been ruh very economically. Sunday brought visitors whose slay won short owing to the length of timd spent on Iho but who cxprossp.] their appreciation of ihe delightful scenery surrounding camp and of hearty welcome given them. Tho girls do not like packing up camp and have asked permission tp remain beyond the day set for pulling up ths Bfalics. Some will g'b but most will remain until Tuesday when camp will clone until nest yean This account ought not to be closet! without reference lo tho canpfiro song meeling held every night. Songs of all kinds are sung and the sweet melodies have proved very attractive. Jokes aro cracked, tales told, riddles solved, and generally some treat served. The camp tire has been a grand closing Institution and will be remembered In tho years to come. We will gd homo cherishing precious momorlen of companionships worth while and of experiences which rmvo helped fb character ATTRACTIVE VALUES FOR THE HALF-DAY SALE OF CORSETS STILL CONTINUES Regular to We slill have a few back lacs and front lace models left over from last week's specials and for Wednesday morning with several more lines added we are going to give you bargains lu thu Corset Dept. ?C.M to no f Morning Special CHiLDREN'S Fine Egyptian cotton, loose knee and short sleeves. 85c values, to' ;65c Age 6 to 14. BALANCE OF WASH SKIRTS TO GO! Regular values to Left over from Saturday to clear at and Don't miss this bargain. Regular val- ues to Piciues and gabardiuts, 52.85 and AND CHILDREN'S COATS-ALL GREATLY RE- DUCED FOR WEDNESDAY HERE ARE SOME OF OUR MARKED DOWN GOODS WE ARE OFFERING LESS THAN COST. THESE SPRING MODELS WOULD DO FOR AN EARLY FALL COAT. BEFORE YOU PUT ON YOUR WINTER COAT. SEE THESE SPLENDID VALUES AT THE "BAY" BEFORE BUYING. GIRLS' MIDDIES The new Balkan Middy for lha young miss, jean and repp, trim- med collar and .plain white. 6 to H. Don't miss seeing there. 400 CORSET COVERS Lace -'and embroidery trimmed. Very fine 3-T to 41 .......SOc Alter Stock-taking Special BANDEAUS 'anil front fastener: flesh and white; sizes 32 fc 4i' Values to ?1.25. To nn clear...................... WEAREFIGURINGONABICCROWDFORTHESEWAISTS VOILE WAISTS A very large range of choice designs in lace and embroidery to choose fi'orn. Sizes range from 36 to 44. Come real early in order to select one of the 'prettiest. The quantity of this particular-line-is limit- ed. All one price, to clear ECONOMYTHRiLLS Men's Medium Weight Sweaters fn coat and pullover regularly, priced up each. Special clear, o r SILK WAISTS' Beautiful range of-silk' including washable silks and are. this very best for Value that' your money 'could' buy. "Four different, styles to choose from in L this lot. Ericecl very low for quick INTHEMEN'SWEAR DEPARTMENT Men's Combination Overalls The celebrated Head- light brand. Specially priced at, suit...... Splendid Values in the Glassware Dept. Our supply of glasa tumulera and water pltchera Is now complete and the prices are right. In the heavy tumbler, the prices arc, per dozen. 85c, and The prices on Ihe thin, dalnly Intnblers are, per dozen "2.50 and J2.75. Prices on the water pitchers rauge from, to Men's Two-piece Overalls In blue and white stripo Stlfcl Drill; regular value iiplr. Our Special price, per n en pair............. Harvest Work Gloves A good pliable nude-skin gauntlet glove al, i PA per nnlr......... iejU Other lines of work gloves from, per pair Men's Medium Weight Cotton Underwear Just the thing for fall wear; long sleeves and ankle length; an estra special at, per suit 9 J.UU AREYOU1NNEEDOF OIL CLOTH? Xced a new oilcloth for yonr (able? months of service, hut when U bocoinc a fresh new one. We have an exception the plain white In both Iho 45-inch and 5 SANITILE WALL COVERING in the 4o The prices are 7Sc per yard foi the 54'inch. CURTAIN NET Tho latest in design. Comos in while and ecru. Very strong and of Murable quality. -12 Inclru; wide and moderately priced, n ar Quito true, an bllclolh will glvo ninny s cracked andvtorn it is high time to Inve ally large range of colored paltnnis ami I Inch .widths. Also loads of the -inch widths. 1 the 45-inch and yard for MADRAS CURTAIN 72 inches wide and priced very low. This Is a very choice piece ami handsomely designed. -10 SHOE PRICES WITH QUALIH THAT COMPEL YOUR ATTENTION yards to sell only. MISSES' AND BOYS' SANDALS With flexible leather soles. Regular prlcu J2.05. Sale Price LADIES' SATIN PUMPS Sizes 2, 2i4 and 3 only. Regular price S7.50, Enlo Price LADIES' PUMPS AND SOUTHERN TIES white Sale Price lnadc Shoes Co s, hand turned soles, ail BARGAINS IN STAPLES FLANNELETTE AT OLD PRICES now and save about We have a nfco selection left over from last winter. Great value al, yard............ SCOTCH nil alz- ea ari'l colors. lively qualities of nil woo! at JI2.50, and pstr. FINE SERGE DRESS GOODS FOR CHILDREN'S liictlfij wide. Worth t.odr-.y yard. Wo'l- neaday Morning Special, yard WE SELL BUTTER- WICK PATTERNS .SILK SPECIALS 250 yards of tho beau- tiful Wash Satins, Bo rery delightful for early fall frocks. Always very dressy and nttr.icltve. Colors of Russian t'reen, paddy, grey, bur- Bundy and battleship grey. Price 1 per yard IttU SILK CREPE fil) yards of choice ailk crepe. Very strong and durable. Colors of green, rose, whtto and pink. 36 Inches wide. Specially pric- 1 An ed, yard l.W SILK POPLIN Always very popular. In maize, pink, bluo and champagne. 36 1 Inches 1.1 J whllo 1'iey last. Mght -and dark oliad- ss. 32 inches wlds, Fast colors al, yard OUR 'NEW FALL DRESS GOODS ARE POURING IN; WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Baking Powder, ejr> Ibs., each ODC Oranges, per 55c, 65c, 75c Blue lilbbon Voao eg, 2 Ih. fikt." Blue Kibbon Dried Peaches. D Ib. Grape Fruit, 2 Van Camp's Pork and Bsaiis, small, each Van Camp's Pork and Bcana.'ls, each....... Van Camp's Pork and Beans, 2s. each....... KBSO Baking Powder, 12 02., ;75c 1.65 .25c lOc 17 c 25c 27c ;