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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TU1DAY, AUGUST 13, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN WHAT THE NEW FA MILADI Miss Janit Murray has returned from a vacaliou spent at Banff. V It. tM. of Ihe customs Oflico .slatt at Coulls, leaves tomorrow for KfugBlon, and he will Ball from Montreal on the Mellta on August 2Sth (of-, Liverpool. t Mr.'C. If. GmtS. editor ot Ihe Cal- gary AlbcrUui, was a city visilor yes- terday. i Mrs. C. N. McLean has as her guests her mother, Sirs..Robert Keyr nolcISjol Picture IJutte; andiher'sister >IrsfiniJj; Sutherland and liltle tor Edmonton: 4 Iff lends bt'Mlsa Elhel'Irigrani, who underwent an operallon In Iho Van Haarlem hospital, will be pleased to know that sha is making good pro- srefis. Mr. and Mrs. Jess A. Harris and family have left to visit In the Bitter Root Montana. They were accompanied BE far as Lakes by' iliss '.E.- who ;has j returned ffolri holidaying at Ihe Al- pine Camp. Mr. and Mrs. A. Parks and family j are spending a few days at 'Watcrlon Lakes. i i '_., Mrs. R. S. Couklin, who was In the 'city lo aliend Ihe funeral of the late Mrs. Moe, returned to Dunmore this afternoon. Mr. H. C. Godfrey ot Hardievilla arrived home from England this morning. Dr. Elvers 'has lieeu summoned to Tacorna to give evidence in a criminal case. He expects to return with Mrs. Hirers and the boys, who have been spending the summer at Vancouver, in abputJen days' time. Major Marr. of Los Angeles, was in tbc city yesterday gary. en routo to Cal- Miss Esther Peh'rson; who has been for the past two months 'visiting her brother, Mr. and iirs. O. this morning for 'Sea I tie. 4 Gordon, assistant manager of the Bank of.. Commerce at Calgary, and who acted' as'.-managcr of rthe branch here last winter during -Mr. Brymncr's absence, .lias been appoint- ed manager at riegina. Mr. Gordon's Iilaco will ie taken by iredley Hill, at present manager of tho Alexander St. branch, .Winnipeg. .Mr. Hill Is quite well known 1n the .west and has been attached' to LcHim-ldge and'a number of other points'. -He served overseas for sonio considerable time. groom every happinees in their new life. J The happy couple left on the after- noon boat for Crawford Bay, whew they will camp for weeks, after- warda leaving tor their, future horn? iu Let'ub ridge, returning by.. way of "and Calgary. They were ttfe recipients of i beautiful and costly gifts. v The groom's gift to the bridesmaid was a pearl pin, to the maid of honor an onyx ring sot with pearl, to the floweri girle brooches; and, to best man a. ring. f The out-of-town guests .-ware Mrs. W. Morris and ton Alfred o! Lett- bridge, mother and brother 6f. tb.e gro'bm; Sir. .A. .E. Morris of Trail, uncle of the groom; Miss Goldie Lynn of .Seattle. Miss O. LUnk of'Mirror Lake and: Mr.'and Keys'of Nak- papers i 'A quiet'wedding vfas'solerhnize'd 'at St. Paul's church. Vancouver, D. C., on -ThursSay evening, August 5th, when the Rev. Harold G. King united In marriage Miss Mary France, young- est daughter of Mrs. and the late Frederick France, of Darwen, Lanca- shire, England, and Stanley Theodore Weaver. C.A., Vancouver, youngest sou of and Mrs. C. Theodore Weaver, now residing at Wolver- hampton, England.'-1' The bride was given away by Mr. D. A, Suttie and attended by Miss Jessie Adam, Norman E. Weaver, Victoria, brother, was the groomsman. After the ceremony a charming musical reception was held at Iho home, of Mr. and D. A. Sullie, 1435 13th Avenue West, Vancouver. Tho happy couple left early on Fri- day morning for a short honeymoon trip.- Mr." and Mrs. Weaver wero former residents bt this city. 't A'w'eddlsg inlercst look place at the home ot Mr. and Mru W. .-Fall, Taber, on Monday, August 9lh, when their daughter Ethel be- came-the bride of Mr: Edward Vlclor Spackman of Stirling. The bride, who was given in'marriage by her father, was attired in a white silk gown heavily embroidered in white sillt.and carried a shower bouquet of blush roses and maiden hair fern, en- tered the living -where the ceremony was performed by Bishop Hayens of Taber, under a bridal arch of red and white with a bk'bkgrdund of and Jipso- phoia. Miss Elite of the bride, attended-'as bridesmaid and wore a dainty; little dress of white organdie. Mr.; Elmer: Spackman, bro-. her of Ihe gropnvacted-'asVbest man. [ae rooms were': with1 sweet and carnations, the color. scheme throughout, being red EMY FAIl MODELS NOW READYF0RYOURINSPECIION SOCIAL V V V V V V-'V V V V V V V.V V V Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Leech entertain- ed ut an informal house dance last night at their home on llth Street. Thirty couples enjoyed a most pleas- urable evening.1 WEDDINGS STEEL'E A of considerable interest to Xclson und Lcthbrldge people was solemnized, in St. Panl's Presbyterian Nelson B.C., at 1.30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, August 10th. .Miss Macbel Corrino Sleele, only daughter of G. W. Steelo of Silica street, and', Thomas Earl >l orris, eld csl son of Mr. and Jlrs. W. Morris, ot this city, being the contracting par- tics.' ROT. 11. T. McCllnlack officiated: Tho'.churcli was very prettily decor- ated, ceremony taking place un- der of sweet peas, daisies and rcrns.ii bride, who was- given ttwax by father, looked beautiful in a go'vvn of "white crepe rlo chine, trimmed vrllli silver and seed penrls tier bridal veil ot while net being caught, npyilh sprigs ot orange bios soms worn by her mother. She carried; a shower bouquet.' bridal .roses' and carnations, anu wore as her only ornament a ol pearls, the of the groom.' Miss Beatrice Ilarkncss, the brides. iiiaitl, 'Jooked charming In a gown of pink Clfpci'do chine, with 'hat to malcliifVShe carried a boimust of pink and baby's breath. The raalil ol honor, Miss Ooldie Lynn, of Seattle, EI becoming gown o( .blue scorgetle, crobroldcrcd in pink, a'nd pink (lower liat lo 'match. The; two, little flower girls were Miss Jein j'Robinson end Mils Eliza- beth Carrie, dressed In white and blue organjlle respectively. They car- ried baskets of pink sweet peas and i baby's breath. Mr. Fred Sleele. brother ot tlte I bride, acted aa best man. J. Laugh -j ton anrf were the ushers. j After tno corcmony a, reception wasi held at (ite home ot Mr, and Mrs. A.I CarrioXcorncr of Josephine and Silica I Slrecls'. Mrs. Stnele, 'mother of thcj bride, in Kusslan green crepo de chine! and geittgeUe, with' while hat, anil j Mrs. Morris, rnolher of the groom. In French, brown tnffela and black hat; rcceked wiln the lirlde and groom.' -Mrs, ft. Mcllrlde poured tea and! coffee and: IMrs. Oliver cut the Ices. A bevy .qf.pfctty girls, friends of Ihc brlile.'asalsted In passinj; the dainty rcFreshmcnts'to tb'a'rnnnjr guesls who were brido anii nd a; After Iho ceremony .'about fifty guests sat down lo; a sumptuous wed- ding supper. During the'evening Mrs. Rpy-riultoek.gavo some pleasing mu- sical and Miss Katie Lle- wellyn, Miss Elsie Fall and Mr. Jack Francis rendered pleasing, solos. The couple received numerous beau- .iful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Spackman oft Taber for their 'honeymoon on the 2.55 a.m. train for Salt Lake City and other points, the bride travelling u a suit ot cream serge with a cream leghorn hat touched with pale pink and' Mus..georgett6.r.; Mr, and Mrs, Spackinau will be nt home in Burdett to .their many frlends-affpr Sept, 9th, where Mr. Spackman1 becomes prin- cipal of tho school at thatiplaco. Mrs. Spackraan is a sister of Mra. (Dr.) Fletcher ot this ciiv.- :r A quiet wedding was solemnized on Wednesday .afternoon at .-Hillhurst minse, Calgary, when Mrs. Catherine J. Slewart of Central Butte, Sask., was united in marrlago to' Asa C. Bancroft of Vulcan, Rev. R. Magowan.officiating. Jlr. tail' ;Mrs. Hancrolt will spend a few days In Banff, afler jvHIch they will- make their home in'Vulcan, A BIG flAT POPULATION SAN JUAN, P. has a rat population of to each It coats the island annually lo support them. This is the cstimale of Major G. M. Corpul, ot the United.. Stales Public Health Service, chief quaran- tine officer for Porto Rico. Each rat. according lo Major Cor- put, consumes provisions, ofr damages property to the Client of tS monthly. The recent census gave Porto Hico a population ot approxi- mately On this basis each man woman or child in the.- Ikland conlribulcs about ahnuaUy to the support of the rat family. The Sugar Saver among cereal foods No added sweetening needed You'll like the appeal- ing flavor of this sugar-saving food... SOLD BY GROCERS I Your inspection of the early fall models in frocks and Wraps is invited. Whether you contemplate purchasing or not, you wili find of .interest the slim, straight frocks, braid trimmed, beaded and embroidered; the suite lavishly fur trimmed, embroidered with straight jackets and filets of brocade or with the long graceful rid- ingote; the coats voluminous, loose of sleeve and sometimes tight of skirt, stitched, embroidered and fur-laden. Have four New Cloths Fitted Over New Corsets CORSET Assure yourself of a good fit to your new clothes by having them fitted over new corsets. Our expert corset- teres your corset querries by fitting you to models that will give you the poise and natural grace that comes from .properly fitted corsets. New clothes lose their effect without good corseting, -while old ones retain their good lines with attention to this detail. BE COOL AND COM- FORTABLE AND YET LOOK DRESSY Wear a pretty wash dress, ginghams and yoil-. es, offering 10 cent, oflf these garments for the Week End, LEATHER COATS A beautiful leather coat, full lin- ed, plain and fur trimmCd. Water- proof. to coat'lo compare with this for al! purposes. A splendid' molor ,coat. :'V' The new sold lonb yelpiir.jNo'thipEimore deiigh'ttul. i wiriter coat can be iaiagine'dt Ih'the new Tckin "blue Eold.tonlng'and also the drake's.neck shade .witfi-a 1 -NEW COATINGS AND SUITINGS ARRIVING DAILY The new 'for with lovely gold' effect 54 Inches jKr'p Voql.. Special value PLAID SPCIRTSC'.OAT- ING, In lengths only. Orey with Ullie ovcrrlieuk. Biscuit with blue and rose over- check. A.cosy and dres- sv, cloth fur rill occas-- ions. 511 inches wide. Pure wool. n Yard 3 'HEAVY CHECK COAT- ING. In brown and reindeer: shades. For a 'whiter' coal. 51. inches wide. ,-r per yard 'PRINTS AND special- lie in these goons. Wo like selling good lake a pride-in ;6iir goods and aland behind everything wo In staple goods. You may confi- dent when buying hero that you are gel- ting a bigyer selection at finer prices lhan you can HUDSON BAY POINT BLANKETS JUST TO HAND ,4 Point, 12 Ib., pair Point, 10 Ib., pair........... 3 Point, 8 i In while, grey, khaki, red, green and navy. You will want to see the new Too warm towear fall wraps, of course, but not too early" to form an opinion of what youwill want a-few weeks" later. of bolivia, "geach-bloom, laine and other handsome cloths bear burdens of embroidery fur and stitching to enrich them. In general coals assurn'e wrap lines. Fall brides will want to make early from'this interesting collection; Fur is used.lavishly, especially oji suits and coats in huge collars that wrap-about the throat In suits one notes a slight tendency to- ward a fitted waist line; in frocks this is-the merest suggestion; Sweater Days Will Scon Be Here All of the popular styles are here in silk fibre or- wool; delightfill in weave, color and mode. See the sweaters at' the' "Bay" before purchasing, YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED WITHTHEEARLY ARRIVALS IN THE BLOUSE SECTION In Crepe de Chine arid Georgette and Tricolette, feat- uring the slip-overs" aTiii high neck for the early fall wear. ,7'hese beautiful waists'are worth seeing. While Shopping at-.the "Bay" ask to see the Wpn- derful Marked ments in the Ready-to- Wear. We have one rack of-wonderful prices. This includes sweaters and skirts- A NEW SHIPMENT OF, HOUSE PRESSES' trimmed with'; braid. and. fronts and the.v blue, dnd ivhfto. stripe and; cuffs. CHILDREN'S DEPT. Wo don't forget the weo kiddies. We" carry a complete range ot children's apparel from -Infants lo Iho young miss-of 15 years. New coats are arriving daily. END OF THE SEASON CLEAN UP OF The stock is not complete at this time of tho fsw, hats re- main and in make a'clcan- iil> stock they are reduced to a price. Buy these hats to finish up the season with.' V SELECTION OF COATINGS. Tfie real thing in iovciy shades of taupe, grey and reindeer and broivn. 56 inches wide. Pure wool nntl dye. ft QC Ya 0 v 3 THOSE HARD WEARING TWEED COATINGS In 'a splendid assortment of new shacfcs. al inclios wide. AIL wool, 'and good Our spec- C QC ial leader al, yd. OiUJ to The New Fall Silks Are Here 'TWEED COATINGS. Slightly lighter ill weight. In fine assortment of mixtures suitable for coats or suits. 54 inches wide. Yard FAWN WHIPCORD SUITING. For Imrdwearing skirts suits. 54- inches wide. Lovely stailc of fawn. Yard............................ r4.50 ig skirts 4.50 NAVY SERGE AND TRIG- OTINE We import all these fine goods directly from Ihe Khglish milts and save you from 25% to 7.SO WOOL BLANKETS SCINT1LUINE The now gold cloth evening wear. wide. Really riuisito at, yard. 41 tor inches 2.95 Jnst loliand, n large shipment, jflousht a long lime ago and worth 30 par cent. more .today. Yon- get the benefit when buying at the Bay, 6 Ib. 6 ib. scotch- 8 Scotch- 7 Ib. S Ib. Special Pair i..; II. <5 on nn ZU.UU nn en 27.50 1O TC nn rn DEMAND SPECIAL UNTION LADIES'iPUMPS Ktd' anB patent.. pumps with good'v light leather spies. Cub- an ami Units Md EXTRA SPECIAL IN LADIES' AND GROWING GIRLS' WHITE FOOT- WEAR All the odds and ends of our summer stock aro EroupeiHogelhcc and plac- on tho lahlcs at loss llfan half price. Values up to .CHILDREN'S FOOT- HALF PRICE' r.The'.-balancc of. our stock iff SXnJlalg and Scuffcrs 'the sale lable.s to PRICE. LAPIES' BOOTS arc broken HUPS ot oiir sp'rfng and summer stock which we must clear to innk6 room for our fall stock. This la a won- opportiinity lo 'se-, cure a pair of fall boots at'' a great savings. Value up to ?H.OO. Sale (tC.C ind (-T nr-f THEHOOVER-THEWO HOOVER !f you aro thinking of buying an clcclrlc sweeter pleaso rcmom'ncr llial Ihe Hoover Is tho bcsl of all sweepers. .It brushes at Ihc same tirap as it suction cleans. It is as easy (o operato as kind and il-Is the beal scAlinVeWdlrlc cleaner In Canada. Call 513 and arrange for a demonstrallon In your home.' 50c AND 36-INCH DUCHESSE a rich lieavv quality, .in all the new and most.wanted shade, of blues, taupe, .navy, black, ruby; garnet-and greenn. Splencliti value LINGERIE RIBBONS. AVc havft a full.line. In' the most delicate shad- es, in all wuHba, plain nnd brocaddo. Yard, to NEW MALTNES TuLLES We have taken tlio pre- caution to import di- rect, from England and Franco... Everything new In fine silk nets and tulles. Every shade in stock. All -U inches wide, ftml guaranteed. In tho most ivondertul shades. 75c, and ed at Prices You Cannot Duplicate. We're very busy these days unpacking big shipments of brand new togs for men to whic h we'invite early inspection. Prices of which will be as moderately priced. MEN'S PANTS In good weight grey mole- skin, mado In semi-peg style, belt loops, five pock- els. A great wearer. Our special price, 7 Cfl pair............. MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Semi-peg style, pockois aitd belt loops. A guarait- Iced quality. Spe- o Aft clal al, a pair.. O.UU Men's Headlight Combin- ation Overalls, the. great-F est value In the country. Our special price, Cft suit HERE IS A WINNER An all medium weight hoso; regular .value pair "NytTliavc 50 dozen to clear at, he pair........................ OUR MEN'S WORK GLOVES ajeVextra special values; Canvas Gauntlet at, pair LEATHER GAUNTLET 3LOVE8, Very-spe- cial pair Other lines of Work Gloves from, per pair 25c New Goods in tlie Drape ry Dept t Ql< ar u 3.95 SWEATERS. Kegular up to To clear, each LACE CURTAINS AT These curtains come In white 'only and are yards long and 45 inches wide. These are good serviceable cii la Ins, Price, per pair SCRIM CURTAINS AT Tills lol comes In cream and ecru and are finished with a lace Insertion, Length yards. Special. price, per pair e Aft'' D.UU 4.60 SCRIM CURTAINS AT Oream or cent scrim curtains finished with hemstitched borders and Inco edg- Ins. yards in length. Price, per poir SCRIM CURTAINS AT Cream or ecru scrim curtains with hem- stitched borders willi a medallion'design worked along Iho edge wftli comers workeil with a good pallein. 214. A nc I'rlcp ;