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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. AUGUST 12, 192tj LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD MILADI ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff' ff V PERSONAL Dr. A. M. Latterly and Latter- ly have returned from a six tour of the U. S. cities. Including points In the Carolines and Missis- sippi. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Levitt and chil- dren_left to spend 2 few days at Kizlkoui. Mrs. G.'J. II. of Cardston Is vUlling her daughter Miss Sera Woslying. Sir. and Mi's. J. E. Thompson' and baby hare returned from a visit to Medicine r t Mr. Gordon Campbell of tha Merch- ants Bank, Ponoka, Is a visitor In the city. Mr. turned from Sylvan Lak'o where they have been, spending.' the- past month. Sir. and Mrs. J. A. Williamson of Lindsay, 'On't, are the guests of the former's brother A. Williamson. 'An'item, of interest to Letbbddge people-Is. the., announcement, of tho marriage, of Mr. H. McG. Young o[ this city lb MUs Frances Alice IlUoy of. Aylmer, where the ceremony took pjace this week. Dr. Young, brother ol H. McG; Young, and Mrs. Yoiing of Swiss Falls1 were present at the wed- dins. Mrs. John Stover and Miss Ida! funeral of late Mrs- return- ed to Calgary, accompanied by brother-in-law Mr. A. M. Mrs. Mart Mc.Mahon had ac her guesU, L. P. Dosse, Miu Gnat Uosse and Muter Robert. Daily Fashion 'By Gertrude Bercsford R. H, KocWcK from RIgby, Idaho, with bei son and her sister Miss Goldsworthy, arrived in the city on Monday and are .visitors their sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. Wlllcockt of I3lh St. south. Mrs. C. B. Jackson be Great aval Trading Station, Chicago, it the guest of, her lister Miss J. Tllney. V Mrs. L. Green is entertain- ing .at her. new Mrs.- B. N. Nell- aen and little daughter Josephine of Milk River, who are here on a few weeks' vacation.' Mr. apd Mrs. R. H. Orrnond and family of Naaaimo, D. C., are in tha city at the home' of Mrs; Orinond's sister, Mri. James Wallworli. Mrs. M. Tolan of Montreal, who was in the city to attend the funeral of the late Mrs." Hoc, has gone to Bow Island to visit her father at.the N. A'. Rnncbe before returning home. W t Cant aod Mrs. Alfred Cartar, Miss Kathleen Southard, expacMl to arrive in Calgary on tin Trass- Canada on Saturday morclxi' have spent the pait IB Ot- tawa, Montreal ethtr' points. Mrs. Wro. Nlven and Mr. Bruce .ula. uuiiii dun .11103 I Stover of Calgary ure guests of of CriBlry, who were In tho city B. B. Van Blarcom. lo attend tn? funeral of their sli ter J. Lockwood of Calgary, for- merly of this, city, is a guest at the home of Mrs. J. Jones, 9th St., for a couple' pt- weeks. Dr. B. Leal-mo'iith who attended the the late Mrs. Moe, home. have ntuined Miss Cora Gaskill, special advance representative q( the Ralph Dunbai Productions MctVopolitan 'Revivals ol famous operas, Chicago, Illinois, is in It te privilege to change her mind, but every good housekeeper is thoroughly decided on the superiority of Blue Ribbon Tea tar" WHEN USING FLY PAPS RIAD DIRECTIONS -i Best of aD Fly Killers lOc per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores FOR THE SMALL Tale pink organdie is chosen for his dainty little Summer {rock for the small girl.' It has quite a bouffnnt air, for the sides .are gaily berufflcd. The panel front I: elaborated with a series of tiny tucks. These add .to richness. The'sleeves are mere- f ytftfc, feot they look very well on rlrlbfa The most Interesting of this frock is the M9l fichu it about the ihoulden. It is edged with a pleat- ng of the ortftndta and held in po- sition by a small flower. into (ho church. During the first part of tho baptismal service she iras un- dressed and wrapped in a shawl DT her nurse. Countess Benckendorif. widow of I tho former Russian Ambassador, who acted as chief godmother, took the baby and handed her to tho Archimandrite, Dr. J'agonis, giving her tho names of Alexandra Prlscilla Helen. The child was iinniersed naked En the font threo times, the Archi- mandrite holding her under the arms, after each immersion raising hnr up on high before the altar. She was annoinled with holy oil on the head, hands and, feet. Tho child was returned to Countess lienckendorff, and a large lighted candlo was handed to the Duchess of Portland, who represented Queen Alexandra, and had stood at the sunless' left. They then went round the altar, and tho Archimandrite, standing 6pposile to them, censed them from a silver cense. After the bahy had been re-dressed she was again handed to the Archi- mandrite, who In" turn handed her to Princess Auloine Bibesco. tiia city tor i few days preparing the 6f Lethbrlflge and district for :hs fntnrs treat in store for them when a comic opera "Robin Hood" will appear at the Majestic theatre on Saturday! August 28th. Miss Gasklll requests that the public subscribe for the opera seats In advanca of the public salt. ff WEDDINGS NOTED GAIETY GIP.L NOW MARCHIONESS A quiet wedding was solemnized at Pro-Cathedral on Aug. 11, when Hev. H. J. Buckingham.united in. marriage Kathleen Mary Long.of.Taber .to Al- fred'de la Cbur (Juerre of Lelhbridge. Tho brldo was attended by her njece, Miss Nora Campbell and Alex. Camp- tell supported the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Querrc- left on thp evening train for the coast and on their return will reside at Alber- Un. e fe A q.ulet wedding took place In Knoi church, Calgary, August 5th, when the Rev. A. W. U. Whlte'man united in Schaffner to Mr. and Mrs. McCrlmman will make their home in Claresbolm. marriage Mrs. Jennie John L. McCrlmman. LOOAN-CALKINS The marriage of Miss Grace Calkins and Joseph P. Logan, of Leth- bridge, waj celebrated by the Rev. A. W. H. Whlleman, of Knos church, Calgary, on August 3. Mr. and Mrs. Logan will reside at Lothbrldgc. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Thora will be no general mcetjng of the Military Chapter 1. 0. D. K. this month. All members are Invited to a picnic to be given by the 0. W. V. A. on Wednesday, August ISih. It would bo greatly appreciated it those members who possibly could, would tlonats a cake. Those willing to do so pleaso phone 1218 as soon RS'P Ible. English lecturer and authoress, who The Store of Quality Groceries mcnts is of a more subdued shade than last year. Tho favorite color appears to tie blue for cloaks, coats, dresses aud although thorp were a number In rather bright green and dark fawn. It was evident, ct the show that with the-disappearance of the decld daughter of a London. miller, who, iu 1017, married Viscount Drumlanrlg now the new Marquis. Besides her good looks, the new Marchioness, who studied singing under jean do ileszke developed a good sCa'ge voice and be came a star at the age of eighteen. The present Marquis r-vvns twenty one In 1317, -when he1 was married and was serving as a lieutenant :he Scottish Black .Watch regiment He was severely wounded at tin Tront six weeks alter the wedding The new Marquis and Marchlones are now on tour In South America They have one' .daughter, just ove a year old. The name of the-; Marquis o Queensbury- is I the British mind with tie father otjl the late Marquis, the famous sports- wtfo framed the self-named box- ing rules, and the succeeding holders of the title have always taken a keen Interest in sports. The late Marquis had-a. varied aud. picturesque career which carried him over most of the. world in search' of wealth. During most of his llfo he. was poor in money, although rich In family dignity and honors, At one time or .another he a mid- shipman ill the navy, a cowboy and journalist in America, a gold miner in Australia, and a plantation fore- man in Ceylon. He made money in the Australian mines, but event- ually lost it on the Stock Exchange. although several times he amassed considerable riches. The Marquis' first wife. Anna Maria Walters, whom he married In died in 1917. A year later bo married Mary Louise, the willow of Ernest Morgan, who was prominent nnd the head of a Cardiff firm of, poultry and game dealers. The late Marquis was a of Lord Shnllo Douglas, who in May of this yanr obtained a divorce from his wife, tlio actress, Lorelta Audls Mooney, of California. ff MUCH FUR TRIMMMING AT FASHION SHOW Straight Lino Effect Rules In New Models. f 't ff .-f f A8QUITH GRANDCHILD is CHRISTENED tfff ft f f NEW Style nxpcrls are .jilonrt In their prolse nf this week's 'I Pii.'hiou Hliow of American Cloak and ff Kuil De-signers. I Skirts will continue to please those advocating economy In fabrics, but Queen Alexandrn was ?hat is saved by their shortness will godmother lo the Infant daughter oil08 olficl by tho embroidery and fur 1'rlnce and Princess Antolne Bibesco i trimming Invlshiy and grsnddftligblei- of Mr, and Mrs. The well defined wnMIIno dlsap ASquIlh, who was christened at tlie Oreek Church, 'Moscow Itoad, Hays- Vdor, Lflmlon, tho ceremony there WHS a A nafnc which has always had tha confidence of the Housewife.-... the Infant, who wore ft robe of ...j Mcii belonged .to the i mother, wns then liroughl LTD., BAKERS PHONE 378 When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT POSTUN 'There's a Reason njiears and in its stead there Is a gar- ment form fitting across the shoul- UTS, drnulns rracefillly to semi- fittinR at Hie waist, with panels enibroltlcred with striking medal Ons. In some of the suits shown .he coats fall below llio hips; others !ialf way tr llic knee. Is used for collarn, cuffs, trim mlng and pockcta. One style pocket that won applause from tlie buyers from Ihe weal, far west1 and south, who atlenilcd the show, Is a fitr paten on panels dropping from Ihe wnlfil, ono on ollhef side and brought well forward. In the new coata (the storm collars flre larger than those of last year: they rnnfilc tho face to the nose, while small close Siting hats hat- witii the costume set well down over the forehead. "All the coats this season will ho straight said Frank '-Wasscr- man, president of tho -fta'soclrttion "They .will hare a blouso effect, kl- mona sleeves, many with a sligsos- tlon c( an overcape at tho Ebouldcr line." All tho cloaks aro heavily furred at tho hock and arc richly embroi- dered In the back. They carry out tn oval effect from shoulder to ankle, bulging noticeably lit the hips. The linings nro of bright colors, but with tho fabric o! the gar- Week End Specials For Thrifty Shoppers SMARTLY STYLED NEW FALL .COATS These stunning nnd chic models are delightfully styled In fabrics you'll like and that you'll find economical because of their durability. Plenty of styles embrace'the models and qulto plain too.. A good selection materials such Plush, Silvertones, Goldtones, Bolivia Cloth, Tweeds and Velo'ur. Are hero in plain styles, others have fur collars and cuffs. It may seem A IIU16 early but yon will, want to see the new things soon. One always baa'snch a wide.selection at the beginning of tho season.. Our Prices Are Right As Usual and BLOUSES An extra sjiecla) for this week. Your choice of our entire stock of ladies' class blouses In Bilk, georgette and crepo tfe chine at a special discount. Regular Regular for Regular Regular for Regular Regular for M1DDYWA1STS A final clearance of all our Iadies''and children's middy waists. There aro about ISO In the lot and this season's styles. Regular for 1.-.-.... Regular f or ...___. Regular for Regular for Regular for EVERY ONE REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK END WEEK END SPECIALS MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS Mon'a line wlifto flannelette night shirts. Made in gooilfull style front good quality of material and nssorted alzes. Regular value worth }150 today. Week End Special ipA.jU MEN'S SUSPENDERS A clearance to a lot of inon's pond suspenders, well finished and at a prlco wlitch makes a new pair cosy. Kml Special, iufr faDC GINGHAMS (Sood Kuglish and Scotch glngtiairs In (ant colors nnd fancy plait! designs. These aro somo old'timo values. Kegular COc to 76c yard. A C Wcok Bnd Special ....................13C LADIES' COMBINATIONS Ladles' Pino Cambric Combinations, knovrn aa "Latly Athloto." They aro made In a loose stylo and well finished gives, comfort nhil ease for summer wear. Regular djo op suit. Weok End Special J SILK GLOVES Ladies' Kino Slik Gloves In 16 button length. .Those aro hard to. Imt wo have a big special in black nnd only. They arc worth 81.00 pair. Week End rft SILK SKIRTS Ladles' Silk Kkirts in fancy plaid silk. Only a Hniltednutnher and not all Just' the thing for present Wear during tlie hot Values up lo Week End d> -I A Vn Special JliU.aU SILK HOSE Pure Silk Hoso in black, hrown and gray and a few pair of cliampagne. arc some manufaclurera' seconds rlblied top nnri worth easily'doiiblo our prlco on them. Xo no refnndi. Ooocl range