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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r--. 58. 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE' DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI taua, arc the guests of Mr.and Mrs. i. A: Daily Fashion By Gertrude Bereaford v v v v Miss Viva Sltoi! lias returned from summer studying music. There's.ii.lidlo white road thSt leads s Mrs; K. VV, kynn and sou, kawreuce, on 'Ihe- s.bingie lies. jacuoiniKniled-by Mrs. Join Da vie. of me. -V- -Calgary, leli for Waterloo Where tl'O.pilt wind, goes wbJsfHuj; i Luklst civ Ami -ye crest.. pf (be. wave.: .lliaii RUiUiOii'ou spray, "Out ami. There's a llllJc road tliat leads up froiu the soa To'the col on the where a light shines (or nip. V.'Uorc my -welcome is sure as the turn ot ;Uta tide, Aiul Hie love wit sorrow ouVslde. Little road, ycu'aro jairor. (huu'inuoV light on 7- For ynur winding" whito.ribbpn -says, "Follow 1112 Xewton. rocks on the Mrs.' Morgan Belruont, .daughter-ill ?f August Qeluipnt. .and promiu- I.ent society, fs the first American society woman of proraluciice to enter tho movies. 3 The" many friends' of Mrs. J. Ii. Kennedy will pleased to know of he.r. success .in New ..York City this summer. She took a teachers' course in vocal under the celobra'.ed voic3 teacher Ralfe Sterile r and so- cured-'ja..teachers'..certificate.. shuts- alfVpcared' on eevbralpoupertprogrammes A-i, In York with: marked su'c'cesB. She has now returned Iq'.tbis city and will .continue her classes hi S'oicc and piano al Ilia Leo M.'Coombs' Studios. PERSONAL Dr. and E. have as their guest Sirs. H. L. Lover ins, of Hegina. T. )J. CoEtalui editor' of Maclean's Magazine, and O..M. man- ager of tho Chicago office of Mac- leans, (oroierly of tlie I.ethbiidge Her- ald staff, Arrived last even- ing in tho coui'eo of a tour through western Canada. 1 Miss. Is. a visitor in Tabcr fur'a'sliort'tlmd. Jliss Vioiet Dennett loft on Monday for Picture BnHe, ivhere she has ac- cepted R position as teacher ol the liatterser. school. A C. who 1 Last Tuesday the Bereatfjclass 6[ the Christian Sunday School "gavo a complete and novel party" for, :hoir teacher, Hev. 0. wh6J leaves shortly for ,he will' become slons for Allierta. Ttie1 Young People's arrival at the action tourid their, prey off guard In unlfornil The home of Mr. A. M. Kessler afforded a fitting place for the attraction, most of the evening being .the visiting m tills tlty, left by motor Sjo .Mr; lltsa Lilyin" Sclra-citmr and Mr. H. W. WoUer left' for ,1 short visit at Miss return- ed to the 'city after a visit in Milk Kiver, where she. was the guest of Jliss Aitrtrtn Audctl. Jirsi J. T. Invin, of Uarons. wlio bas EtttCDding the Chautauquo, returneu-to her home today. spacious. music, a general good lime followed. At tbe end of the evening the young people tricked their teacher into the centre of action, then surrounded him. A -very suitable and impressive speech', by the president of the Mr. Alex. Ait- ken, and a presentation :t gold Eversharp-iJen'ciras.a of Tlie class is sorry to lose their s'piendid-'telclier, ao eVery clis's. ibut-'hope to give'h'I'ui 'iip to'laf ge'r'lleids of labor. FUR-TRIMMED SATIN CAPE This espeeially to be. slipped -over thin Summer, frocks. It. Is fashioned, from-.very lustrous gray satin. The soft Holds of this s'hiinmeriQK material -are restrained at regular intervals. by bands of monkey fur. About .the neck this (rJmmlng is set up and takes the place, of a more elaborate collar. H is "lined throughout with a very beau- tiful pale blue and sunset pink taffeU whose changing tones are exceeding- ly lovely. There are no abbreviated sleeyes'In this .cape, merely openings at the sides, where the be slipped through. CHURCHES; AND SOCIETIES The Wesley church inqiUhly Tvlll take the ibrni of a motor ride and outiog to' Mrs. Daniel's reaideiicc, Thursday; after- noon; meeting at .Weatey' Churci at three o'clock. camping near. Elko, en the .South Fork are now visit- ing iu Elko, .prior to returning to the clty.._ Jlr. Ii.. V. hag returned from Kaslo, where he joined Mrs. Maynard and family for a couple of weeks. Mr, and Mrs. A. Parks and family have returned from at Wat: ertor. Lakes. >j'rs.'Jrmiefl Davey, of.Mac'eo'l. icid her neicoV'Miss Feimoy. of Toronto, :ire visiting .friends In the city for a nhort time. T. J. Simons Is a visitor in Carman- gay, where he joined Mre. Simons who has been holidaying In Banff. M-.'Chauncey Snow, who has suc- cessfully passed his law examinations nt Ihc Coltnibin IJniverslty-where he bas been studying, han returned to the city. L-etiibridge people will interested in hearing thnt Mrs. James Fleming (nco 5Hss liarrassin) reconlly left tor Scotland where' sho remain sev- eral months. (laj, August 26th, from 3.30 to 6.00 and 'from 7.00 to 9.00 in the evening. This home has recently hoeii purchased add It Ss hoped the public will show their interest In the work by attending ibis inforihal opening. v SEAPLANE HONEYMOON i. v A Boeing ceaplano waa the; no.vel and np-to'riate fomi of honeymoon donveycnco chosen, by two popular members of the journalistic profes- sion, Miss Jessie Elizabeth daughter of Sir. and Mrs. T. A. Ken- nedy. 96 Gorge Itoad, and .Herbert Sandham son of' the'late' Dr. W. R.. Graves, V.K.C., of Dublin, and of' RqUnroll Street, Victoria, whose marriage took place, at Victoria'this week. The bride has been tho social editor of The .Dally Colonist tor some years, while, the bridegroom m'ember Times editorial saw much service during the- (fight-command- er in the-Koyal Air'Force', and was one of tiie'-'oHghmls" pj. the 16th Canadian Scottish. After transferring lo Ihc nlr sen-ice, be wan aUacned'forjduty to General Al- lenby's army1 In P.alesliuc. Alter, tho cornhiony, Mr. and Mrs. Graves lefl In'ay'Boeing eeaplano for Seattle, where tho honeymoon will be spent, tho bride in a navy blue laillcnr aiiuVlth close-fitting lit- tie hat, embroidered in silver and che. nllle ftnd.btne Mrs, W. Lowe and lior (laughter, .T. Dorval killed white Mrs. W. Al. Eanan, of Button, Mon digging a. well Que. Mies' Mnriel Smitli, who lias been a visitor 'In lliu city, has returned to her home in Medicine Hal. Mrs; John Slovcr and diuighler, T-liss Ida, 61 are visiting at the hotno of Mr. and II. K. Van Ularcoin, 5th Street. Public Works Department Of flcinl Made Unsuccessful Attempt C. Dore, of the public works dc partment, Lethbridge. staff, who Is now on holidays at Vancouver, made an heroic but unsuccessful effort to save Mrs. Dr. Barker of that city from drowning .on Aug. 10, accofding l< the Vancouver Province' which says qf.Dr. P.-W, Bark Qlenco.e" to d'romed 'abou o'clock" this morning' while swimming in False Creek, near thi foot of Thurlqw street. There. we'n few witnesses ot the accident, but it appears that Mrs. Barker, who was not a strong swimmer, had -Inadvert- ently gone oat of her depth, arid when a lew feet'ffom'a small raft, became tired and commenced to sink. Her sister-in-law, Miss who was also in the water, immediately recog- nized her plight and screamed for help. Hearing the calls, Mr. C. Doro, 600 Beach aveuue, rushed to the scene, and did all that he could to recover Mrs. Barker, who had by thfs time disappeared. Jlrs. P. Adamson, 1330 Ueach ave- nue, despatched a small girl to find Joe Fortes. The .English Bay life- saver was soon at the scene but could tind '.no trace of tho victim. He re- ported R strong the point and that an .inexperienced swimmer would have little -chance against such a strong current, "fh. tide had Just turned and. was begin, nlng to run heavily, Dr. Darker was Immediately noil fled, and was soon at False Creek, terribly shaken by the sudden shock of the sad newt. The police arc dragging for Ihe body. Mr. Do re. who was Ihc first lo attempt a rescue be came exhausted In his heroic efforts to the body and had '16 he per- suaded lo rteafst in his efforts.. -and it comes to flavor in corn flakes [find most every- wants DAWSON, Klndereley son of Sir llobert Klndcraloy, eVnor'of the Hudson's Day company has "arrived here accompanied by P.. O'Kclley.' They left Kdmonton tlin summer, travelled Ihe ful! length of the MocKcnzle river to Fo'rl WacPhcreon and by way of the Porcu pine river to this city. They are leav infe by steamer for Vancouver via Whllehorso and Skngway. Messrs. Klnileraley and O'Kelle: bring word that the.Itnperinl Oil com pa.'ny has crews prospecting for oil' a fort Smith til the headwaters of the MacKenzie river Aud another cre.w a a point on the bank of tho river 41 miles north of Fort Norman, which I: near the 65th parallel and almost dm east ff oni' Dawson, 'They rorort the Fort Norman part; struck oil at d depth of 130 feet'run ntng r gallons nlghily. it up pearl to to. of'a much nno.r gradi than IhOiOrdlnary kerosene anil smell like 'Orcat Interest has been stirred In Mackenzie river circles at the pros poet of the oDunlBf new Heidi. 1 Enlarged and improved and easily out-rivalling many such departments in citie? many times larger than Lethbridge. Now Ready for Your Inspectio R With the Most Elaborate Dis- play of New Fai! ferments it Has Ever Been Possible for Us to Show. Fall Suits and Coats, Fall Silk, Serge and Georgette Dresses; Fall Skirts end Petticoats; Fall Waists of Every Description; Fall Sweaters, Pullovers, Scarfs, etc. A magnificent showing for so early in the season, displayed to the best possible advantage in this big, airy, day-light department, which is allotted three times the space it'.formerly occupied, and by reason of the exclusiveness of styles and great variety of choice, demonstrating more forcibly than ever before, that it means time and money saved to shop at Clarke's. GEORGETTE WAISTS Worth up to Spleuilid ID all the wanted sizes up to 44, short or long beeves. Colors flesh, maize. white, grey, taupe, navy and All embroid- ered. 'GIRtS' WASH DRESSES to ?6.50 A purchased Ifno. Wado'of splendiit riuality gins- haras, prints, 'voiles and liitiTOs; sizes a-5 and 6-14. All re- markably cheap. THlStAGREH Featuring as It 'does partic- ularly large and well assorted, stocks In the very finest qualit- ies It Is possible 'to, bought many months ago before the sharpest advances wore put on and now liriced much below 'what we would have to ask if bought in present markets. LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSE 65e Lively HUG quality; extra spe- cial ailK lisle leg, full fashioned, spliceil heels and toes. Colors grey nnd brown. RIBBED TOP SILK HOSE Extra special value, splendlrl wolglit and excellent to wear. Colors Motels, white, navy, tauiie, bfown, champagrio, etc.. Still hold first piaco.aa the peer of nil front-lacing 'makes. Priced at to Sold Only at Clarke's In Lclhbrldgc. Cojnplete rango of newest models for slight, niedfunij ami stout figures Made of finest percales and tiattsten ii: white or flesh; also In handsome brocade materials. A MOREL FOR EVERY FIG. URE AT A PRICE TO SUIT EVERY PURSE. OUR EXPERT CORSETIERE WILL FIT YOU WITH THE MODEL BEST SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE IF YOU SO DESIRE. WE TO IMPRESS UPON YOU THAT. E ARLY-SELECTIONS ARE. STRONGLY ADVIS- ABLE TH1K SEASON. WE HAVE MANY EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES NOW TO' HAND WHICH CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AT THE PRICE, AND MANY OTHER LINES WHICH CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AT ANY PRICE BY REASON O F THE FACT THAT.QUANTITIES OF SOME OF THESE RICHEST CLOTHS.WERE LIMITED, AND THE OUTPUT ,IS ALREADY SOLD UP FOR THE DEPOSITiSECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY TO TAKE IT AWAY. Beautiful JJew to A splendid variety of cljqice here, serges, gabardines, tricotineSj-brpadclothsyvyeloiirs, tin'seltone's, etc., trimmed with chain stitching, fin- collar and cuffs, with dainty embroidery work on some of the more exclusive models. Colors navy, brown, b.urgundy, taupe, reindeer, jjiack, etc. Sizes 16 to 44; Handsomest Fall Coats. A very fine and extensive showing of sbrne of the very best styles we will have to show this season in tailored styles with self plush or fur collars'; the new- wrap styles- with loose, flowing lines, and large shawl and cape collars and apartic- selection of ever-popular, finest, silk pile 'Esquimette and many new ideas crushed plushes, self or fur are entirely exclusive with thisstore. _ Wonderfully Complete Showing of Dresses to! Lovely fine serges in plain, bv aidtrimmed and pl'eatecl. skirt styles with Eton or coat style j ackets; messelaine, fiiichesse and Charmeuse satins in pleated and beautifully ef-! fects; Georgettes in plain and fancy effects, niore popular than ever this season and ban dsome ti'ic.olettes hi the richest .and most attractive models one could imagine. These dress- es are undoubtedlythe very finest garments ever, shown in Lethbridge and all are confined exclusively to this store. New Fall Goods on Display j Mosl Attractive New Skirts Lovely Styles to and Shawl Scarfs; An exceptionally fine variety now on display embodying the very finest and most favored creations that will be in popular; demand this season. Pullovers in the new ruffled skirt and sleeve effects, a lovely showing to choose from in all the best and most wante'd col- ors.. Shawl graceful garments with roll back pockets and patent leather belt in many rich combination col- orings. CLARKE CO. 614 Third Ave.S. Finest serges and tricotines in accordeon pleated and plain styles; colors navy, black, brown, taupe, sand, burgundy, excellent quality Duchesge silks in the popular accordeon pleated a nd over-skirt effects; Iricolettes and: beautiful novelty cloths in plaids and stripes, comprising by far the richest and- most complete collection we have ever had to entirely exclusive with this store and.characterized by extremely 'niodefate pricing. E C C C ;