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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AUGUST 16, 1920 Daily Fashion By Gertrude Hereitord MIEADI fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UNDERSTUDIES When Mr. Sun with alt bis power Thro' clouds can't inake his way. And all thu skies are dark and dour, And1 gloomy'ig the day, A twinkling eye, a friendly cuille, Some action tnll ot grace, Will belli us for a little whlie To lake real aan'a place. dliigton a broken of baseball was In progrosB when Eileen, WhO. i.'. __ Accidentally re- sulting in a rather lerlous Ibjsry. She was hurried lo Bryins lad' the injury attended to at onee7- Her'thany: plaxniates and friends will wfeb her a speedy recovery. Mrs. T. fX ChlBbolm .and little daughter High rtlvcr they have been, spending the :lcs( ae- rtinpanled, by. the foinicVa cousin. Miss SexSmlUi, ten days here." tr "Miss -.Mary :McCann has returned from Watcrlon Latfes where-she.has been spending the past 'V-'.V'-'''I- J. A.' Jackson'Md children; who have been' motoriflflt- prs HI Edmonton and Gull Lakc.-Tia'TO returned to the accompanied by Mr. Kred Edwards, ot Ponoka', who will visit with'thern for a snort tUne. Misj, Billot 'Cimnlnghahv who ha'i been holidaying In Banff, Calgary and Lclhbrldgo, returned to tho city last IlaJ News. Mr. and Mrs. H. and family have gone lo .visit at Watcrton Lakes for .a time. Divand Mrs. Allen, who have been .holidaying at Banff, have re- turned to the city. V Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burkitt have re- turned from a visit to the coastal cilies: 5 'i Mrs. Calder and her slater, Miss accompanied Hon. Jas. A. Gal- dcr on his trip to the Old Country. Mr. Walter'Brooks is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J, Boulton for a few- days. Mr. Arthur Morgan, of Edmonton, is visiting with his grandmother. Mrs C. Davies, for a short time. v Mr. J. D. Watson, of Ihe Knighl- Walson Ranching Company, returned on Saturday from a trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. j. hodgins have re- turned to the city after a holiday at AVaterton Lakes. nnd Mrs.- D. A. Taylor were ..visitors at Cardston for the veek-end .a Mist D. Glayzcr returned this morn- ing from'a visit with her ulster, Mre.- .1. Is summcrinr at Kaslo, B.C. e Mr. C. J. H. Carson, of Toronto, Is visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs B. M. St. Mrs. W..JH. McCaffrey and family] vim .have been spending two montht vlsillng at Toronto and other eastern dlles, have relumed lo their home In' Lelhbrldge. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Huff have as (heir giicsls Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bare of C'or.-ley, anil Mr. nti-1 Mri' J'-s' barrens, ot Xabraska.. J. SicafiOuE'c', of ''Coronation; Is a visitor in thfe-tlty for a couple ot .days, on his way back from an auto trip to the coast. Miss Helen MeKillop, has been spending a'couple of weeks In Van- couver, has returned to 'Mr.'nncl Mrs. Claude Hughea have rclurncil from tholr vacation spent at polnls on tho Pacific coast. Dllnnam and daughter. .Miss Dunham, have, relumed from fclko where Ihey have boon' camping. SpIllBtcad, forftierly ot Ihe Mer- chants Dank stiff- here, has left (or Stoncy 7'Iain, whore he will be 'In charge of the Merchants Bank. He accompanied Campbell, 'of Ponoka, who has' been renewing ac- quaintances In'the city. v Mrs. (.SBI.-Major) Nichols left on Saturday lo visit in England. C. D. MAcKitiloih.'M. R. Miles and S, G. i'ortcr nrc allotting tho convcn- (ion of the Canadian Society of Civil Knglneersjn iiauff. Clarence .lackaon left this afternoon I lo visit at the i'nclllc coast. Miss Bva Blssetl has returned from three weeks' vacalton spent al 'the cuasl. Miss Jfannttc Murray and .Miss 1'ar- ker have returned'Ironi holiilayinc at UunfC AmotiB the wcck-cud; vlsllors- at wcrt HoBcrlB, Mr. L. C. Mackenzie, MIsS Mackenzie, Miss Jones, who Is the guest ot .Mrs. Iv. F. I-ayt.6n, otid Poslraaster n. Mo- Klilop. _ I.. j v Dr. and M'ffc.W.-.Kr.Brj-inn and have returned'.from .camping noar I'lko. A rcgretlable a'ccl.ierit occurred Ihis morning at the Junior .Chautauqiia: playground wrien..Mto' Klleeu Wad- V jW.ARRIEO'AT M. A. in J865. Fill Care, Ybrkshlre, from 1853 in 185S: her became" ofj-.-Langloft, .where.' he remained 17 years, when he waa as- pointed by, the of Ancaster, rector ct the net income of which H with house. He holdB the Pretendal stall ot Castor In Lincoln Cathedral. Much attention was. attracted at Burton-on-Trent to a wedding an- nouncement concerning Rev. C. V. Tbomewill, M. A., and Jackson. Mr. .Thornewill was vtrar of Bnrton frotn 18tO to 1891, and vary prominent In all public af- fairs. HlB last euro was Calverhali, Salop, when he retired to Ihe at Ox- ford, lit it welt over SO, a year or two'ago he celebrated hja golden weddlnj with his.first wife; The bride, an'old frlend.ot Thorn ew 111 family, is a daughter 'of the late H. H. Jackson, of Moat Bank, Burton- on-Trenl, a former manager of Bass Ratcllffe, and Oreton, the nell known brewerB. LAURA SECORB I search, the pages of our history over For a courageous one, whose name shall stand For patriot, tost for truest lover, And prove Ihe sarao by deed i for our land, And mjf heart thrills, for 'tis a woman bears It, You'll find it, mtrble-carved, on' Laura flecord's grave, A heritage to womin shares right to itand for Is true and brave.' A KNITTED SPORT FROCK This IB quite in unusual bill al tho same time a very attractive costume for outdoor sports. Tho drees is made of an orange-colored knitted fabric. Very straight, it possiJssea the clastic mialltioi- are essential. In the dre.Fia if- tie sportswoman! Patch pockeU accommodate- the front. A narrow belt of green patent leatieri the waistline.' "A ribbon of the lime hue IB knotted-at the collar. The thlrt worn' with this frock of heavy, white .wash silk. Htmsiitchini and tiny pleats' are' Its Tho hat shows a clever union ot strips of orange felt and metallic traid. FELL FROM WATER TANK AND INSTANTLY KILLED Coroner J. W. McNicol on Saturdav visited the scene of tho fatal accident' soulu of Grassy Lake where a little child lost its lite on Friday afternoon by falling from tho top of a water According to Information given the Herald thla morning by Mr. Me- Nleol, .the child wag jlttle Frank Sehlosser, two years and th'rce months old, son ot'Rochus Schlosser, n natur- alized Canadian ot Russian birth. He had 'been'riding with hie father oh the water tank as he had been accus- tomed to do; but on this' occasldn, when, tho wagon .was right in the front yard on the return trip, tho boy fell oft and the hind wheel passed over'the body. Death was Instantan- eous. Coroner McNicol, after an Inves- tigation, considered that an Inqinst wss unnecessary. PAGE ELEVEN Bank City To Curtail All Expenditures At the regular, meeting ql the city council this morofcg, a bylaw for J513.000 was passed. Thlj was done at the Instance of the Bank of Montreal which asked that a bylaw covering the full line of credit (or the year be passed. The council decided .tnai the best thing! to do was to pass one for SO per cent, of the current year's taxes, and Ihen use whatever might be necessary of tho. amount, In his letter to the council the man- ager of the bank called attention to the world-wide restriction of credits and urged curtailment of all expenditures except for absolute essentials. .A letter from'the L. A. A. A. was and arrangements are being made for a meeting between the com- missioners, the U. .A. A. A. executive and representatives of the various leagues in the on Sept. 14 when th'c provision ot new park to take the place ol .Eckstorm Park will be discussed.' When London laid down her pulic- owned electric tramway system coun- cillors promised that the profits would wipe out most of-the rates. Today the tramways are_faced a deficit of At-.thc start experts told Ihe L. C-, C. that iis methods were all wrong, but the warnings were ridiculed. .Clean io handle, jfinld by all and General Stores George Pa'clccnham was instantly kHIed by a coal wagon at Toronto. CALGARY-LAKE WIND- ERMERE gLEEPER The Canadian Pacific Railway aro .operating a standard sleeping car bo- itween Calgary and-MVe WIndermcrc, leaving Calgary number one I anii Fridays. This slcep- I er will be placed for occupanov prav. iilouE evening.; i i Returning, car leaves Lake Winder-1 mere on Tuesdays and-Fridays arriv- ing Calgary on train number two Wed- nesdays, and Saturdays. Passonccra !may occupy car alter arrival Calgary until a.m. For Information on jLake apply to any llttcket agent. )gi, idvort. Purity! Purity! Purity! c one dominating note that runs all through the making of Sunlight Soap is> Purity.' 'The t Guarantee you ,get with every single bar is not ja mere advertisement.; It marks a standard sfet for the buyers yyhV select the choice Sunlight Soap for the soap for the expert for the girls, even, who, wrap and pack Sunlight. Insist on getting the Soap you ask, for Sunlight Soa LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Wonderful The New Fabrics TUB STUFFS FOR SCHOOL CLOTHES They'll all need fresh, additions to their summer wardrobes when school' beeiris from the tiniest beginner to the flapper in high school. Interesting new tub stuffs are now on hand Ihey were bought with' the fall apparel needs of schoolchildren mmmclanafor the most part consist, of heaw r not a minute too soon to begin sewing. us NEW Just to hanil.'tn a glorious 09. sorlment of new iilaida mid novelty checks. Best Kns- Jlsh goods. 40 inches Our special price rin yard 5yc FINE PLAID CHAMBRAVS AND Wash well and colors guaranteed. 27 inches wide Lovely range of designs. Our special, If your experience 1ms taught you to buy tlie best we can supply you in silks, woollens or cot'tons. ENGLISH SERGE Just lo hand. Belling at wholesale price. Fine Botany woof is Inches wide. Kino twill navy and black. Our special valito at, yard 4.95 MADERIA EMBROIDERY WORK In runners, sauares and circles. Wo have a splendid stock; all new goods. '.Make your selection early. F.OR SCHOOL CLAD GALATEA 10 designs to select from at, J KHAKI the correct brown, shade. For lamping wear. 27 Inches wide. Heavy quality n f Englleh make. Yard........................ ODC FINE ENGLISH every shade 31 thvlws Soft finish for every purpose. rjn Special value, yard....................... FINE PINK BATISTE For underwear. In a lovely shell pink or Ilesh. 42 inches wide, -i nn Best make, NAINSOOKS Wo carry a splendid stock of. fine cottons, all Imported from the world's liest mr.kers. If you ara. looking for anything cheap, and nasty you will not.find it In our stocks, rnu r LADIES' HOSIERY Ihe fall stocks are now- in and the prices are practically the same as We were enabled to do this by buying early Vm the factor S Set. vpar Scarcely out 'of their boxes Were'ail the forerunners of autumn modes when ssa Fall Sweaters Have Arrived and the New Scarves They are here In all the beautiful col- ors and variety of stylos. See them at the Bay before purchasing. Large Shipment, of. Skirta Very protty styles trimmed with the large pearl button. Como In piques and cot- ton gabardines. SG.OO value's for quick clear- arid HIzeFj M to 31 One More Frock to Finish the Summer _- We have a few- voile dresses" loft over( from our summer stock. All Iwvo been re-i rtuced for Tuesday's ami Wednesday's sell-', ing. It you need a light dress to finish tho summer, first see what the Hay is ofterlug, What is Better Than Beautiful Side Drapes for Your Home? Our now Cretonnes and Casement Cloths are now opened uu and ready tor your Inspection. Our buyer In England surely picked mi some lovely de- signs and colorings. Tho Casement Cloths" come in plain colons, green, brown, blue, old rose and ecru 61 inches wide. Priced at, per 1 jn Wl 1.40 CRETONNES Como In (ill colorings, both light and dark back ground) with splendid designs ami fihadow.effecls. Priced from 70c to per yard Lace Curtains pair These curtains como in White, Kcni only nnd are 2% yards long nnd -15 Inches wide. These are good serviceable _ffi( curlatns, per O CA pair.......... JiOU VOILE WAISTS 1 .We have a new shipment of Voilo .Waists. These waists for spring selling we could not hayesold'lus's'th'an forTues- day'nnd WedneBdayivo are ottering n pn these waists tor ____ LvM Knickers and Brassieres -Assure Slim Lines Modern young women have worked out in comfort to ii science. In under things, linickors anil a fancy brassiere form an admirable combination that besides be- ing -comfortablo does uway with the neceV sity of wearing a petticoat with 'dark clothes. They are obtainable in silk or cot- ton In', a variety ot pleasing styles SHOESTHATfEKEEP ARE THE KIND TO LADIES' PUMPS.-Dlack kid and palent leather mirnpd with good flexible leather soles, mertlim, Cuban or Jrcncti heels. Itcgnlar price 33.00 a AP' Bale i'rice or kid "leathers with iUle leather soles. Tho well known classic o Ar make. Heeular price Sala Price 6..1J We Have Just Opened a Big Shipment of the Celebrated Carss' Mackinaw Coats Our special number in Ihcso