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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI I o'clock at the Manse, when Herman Albert Hlllmer ot Maerath. and "-Miss Mau-le Olive Creep, also of Magratb were united In marriage by Rev. A. H. Deacon. Mr. and Mrs. Hlllmer will make their home In llagarth. A quiet wedding was solemnized at Calgary on Wednesday afternoon, [Aug. llth, at lllllhurst Manse, when Mrs. Catherine J. Stewart, of Central Butte, was united. In marriage to Asa. C.: of Vulcan, AHa. Rev. Magowan officiating. .Mr.. and Mrs. Bancroft will spend a lew days at Banff, after 'which they will make their home' at.-Vulcan. 'V V "fr .n ily with her cousin Muss Regis Bowe, Jlss'McCluskey will visit relatives In iow Island before returning home. Master Albert left yesterday o visit In Edmonton. loba, P. Hoy, Hull Block, for a short time Mrs. IJUon is the mother at Gunne F. P. nmntioncd above. o. :-'.t Jlrs. Smith 'left yesterday to a short visit to Bow Island. t ICerr left yesterday t visit In ,Calgary. Dr. and Mrs. Sohertson and Mr. W B. Triitp of Cardstui: are visitprs Ii the city today. -Mrs. and daughter Dixie returned wit them. Friends of Miss Maggie Harvey o .Iron Springs.-who Is 111 In the Gait Hospital, will bo pleased to hear that she is progressing favorably. Mrs. E. Jones of Cardston Is spending the day in the ;clty. r W C Mrs. W. D. Black, of Vancouver, is TlEltliig In t ho'city for a few days: Previous t'o her coming she visited wllli a marrl In Lethbridge, Alberta, Courier. SOCIAL 4 4 44 444 44 44 4 4 The dinner and dance which the Eajl'and; Cpunteis ,of Londonderry gave in London recently at London- derry House, was the most splendid entertainment' Place n London during the list ail yctrs. Their King an% Queen snd Princess Mary were present, and covers were laid for slxly-five. Din ner was'served In'the-great gallery at one long table. The Vans and Tempest gold plate was used and at supper famous Sevres china ser- vice, which belonged to Frances Lady Londonderry. Dancing'took place In he gallery and supper was served IQ .he two dining rboms, one for. the royal party and dinner guests and the other for the general company. a better If you are look- Zing for.toytlng, cult or dress ma- terials. FINE NAVY SERGE, Suit or dress weight. Fully guaranteed dye und finish. 4G inches wide, English, manufacture. FRENCH CHIFFON VELVET. Black only. 36 Inch- es wide. Yard h; TULLES, NETS MALINES In every shado at 75c, 51.50 and yard. The Fall Silks Are Really Most.Fascinating It.Is plainly evldoht that all through.these lazy play days ol summer, designers and manufac- turers ot. sUk have been exceed- ingly busy. Tha result Is charm- ing new silks, delightful In 'col- or, design find .weave. To see them Is to visualize now blouses, frocks, linings, hats and pick-up which later can bo nllllz- cd' as lovely gifts, ;