Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
niimSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920' THE LBTHBRIDGB-DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI PERSONAL Mrs.- II. II. Walton .and daughter J'.-unutlo, who-lure been tho. guests yf tho former's fallier, Mr. D. Klunl- of Purple Springs fortho [Mil few weeks, are in the city today and Icivo tomorrow for thslr home In Calgary. Mr. E.i Spoocer and fiimily'ahd Mr. and'Mis. J.' W. Baw: lira" are leaving tomorrow to Bpend a few days at Elko Falls. _ V It Miss Elsie Fowler left on Tuesday to take charge of the Fort KIpp school. MIsa. Man- (.'aiocron, Travellers' Aid. is spending the week at'Noble- ford. Miss Jessie S. Black was a visitor In the city yesterday from Commer Miss McMurray of Winnipeg Is ar- riving Saturday to be the guest of Superintendent rmd Mrs. Pcnnefather, t Mr: and Mrs. K. N. Becker' were visitors for the week-end with Mrs. C. 4. Hunt, Milk River. Mss" Florence Bennington, former- ly of this city, has successfully com- pleted her courses in Primary Eng- Muelc. Drawing and Painting. taken at the summer school, Tiniver- -etty of Alberta." Miss Lee of. Cardston was a visitor in- tho city yeslerday attending the nuptials' of Mr.. T. K. Lqckwood and Hockwood.: c and Holman are visitors in Calgary en route from Gull I.atcE, where they have been holiday- ing. Mrs. .Armstrong and "daughter. Miss Roxle Anri strong, are to'ar- rive 'cityVaflhe -beginning of the month, -from California.. where Miss Armstrong made her debut In motion pictures.- -Mrs. J- 1'onng Is a visitor at Coal- dale today. Mrs. TV. L. Lindsay and two chil- dren arrived this afternoon to visit Superintendent, and Mrs..Penne- falhe'r. Mrs. Lindsay, has many .friends In the city, Inspector Llndcaj having formerly been .stationed hero. Miss Agnew left yesterday after noon Id spend a holiday at Victoria. Mrs. Jess. Miller, accompanied hy her mother, Mrs. William Hyssop and sitter. .Muriel Hyssop, las re turned from Brooks. .Miss Alice Kelly of Great Falls, h. visiting friends iq the city. e Miss Marvlyrine Snider of Carman- gay, has left .for an extended trip Iu t'n'e cast. Miss Kuth'Malsofi returned to the city yesterday after a month's vaca- tion spent at Coeur u'Alcne, Idaho. Mrs. and Mrs'. :W. R. Surorus who havo been spending the last .three weeks with relatives at Cavalier, North Dakota, have relum- ed to Iho city. .Miss Hazel Brown of Placher City is visiting friends in Lethbrldge. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES of Mr. aad Mrs. H; A. IVValker of Sprfnjr Lake Fall. Spring Coulie. Mr. J. L. Hesketh was in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. "Walker TrHi'mska 'their home >t Spring Coulie, The marriage: took place on Tues- day afternoon, August IT, of Mr. David Wfcllt of Magrath and Miss Vir- ginia Gygr of the came place. Rev. A. Dtnoon officiated. XT. and'Mrs. Whltt will make their home la Ma- gratb. Tho plan yesterday afternoon; August 18th, at ZM at Mr. Thornton Kingsley -Lockwood of Lethbrldge, to -Miss Harriet May Rockwood, also of this city. The cere- mony was performed' at Wesley cburcb. Rev. A. II. Dcnoon being the ofaciatiog minister. .The bride was attended by Miss Lee of Card Eton, and the grooiq by Mr. H. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood left yesterdaj- af- ternoon for a trip to Winnipeg and upon their return will reside in the city, Mr. Lockwood being manager of the Standard Bank, North Lethbrldgo. CHRISTIE The Manse- was the scene of. a quiet wedding yesterday, Augnst 18th at B.30. when Mr. Prank Rutkle'of Com merce and MUs Grace Cecilia Shaw Christie cl ths place, were unit' ed in marriage by Key, A. H. Denoon. The bride and groom "were attended by Miss Jessie Shaw Black and Mr. William Milllgan, both of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs .Rulkle will make their homo at Commerce.' SUCCESSFUL 'TRACKERS Among the names of those who have completed, courses at the Sum- mer School, University of Alberta, are the following local teachers: Miss May Ballantyne, Mechanical Drawing, 'Art'- Methods, Ing and -Painting. i- Miss Gladys Bateman. Second Tear Music, Folk Dancing II. -Miss Margaret Smith, First Year Music, Music .and Games. Miss'Davina' Sang. Manual Arts, Art Methods, Primary English (ling uage and Child Psychology, Music and Games. Miss Blanche JUhton, Household Wariagementiand, Science, Folk Dane Ing. Mr- Frank S. Flltner, Mechanical Drawing, Woodwork Methods, Folk Dancing; II, Organized Play II. KAISER'S VISITORS The Nursing Mission is receiving many appeals for clothing for school age children. Many of these will r.ci be able to go back to school at the beginning of the tonn unless help is given them. Will all those having children's clothing in fairly good con- dition or men's and .women's cloth- ing that be mads over for boys and girls kindly send them to the Xursing Mission this week, or phone 1333 and they will bo called for.'The njcd Is urgent. The Xursing Mission g.'itefully ack- nowledges'receipt of from White Ladies' Aid for child welfare' work. ff -j- ff i SOCIAL In tho Capital the Governor-Qcneral gave a garden parly in honor of tho Imperial Press Conference delegates and on Thursday evening the Domln Ion government entertained at dinner In their honor at the Chateau Laurlor, Tn honor of the ladles, Mrs. P.- D. Floss save a luncheon at the Royal Ottawa Gol( Club. Her Excellency, Ihs Duchess of Devonshire, attended the tea glveii (n the. Chateau La'nrlor hy the Ottawa Women's Canadian Club, In honor of Miss Bllltngton. WEDDINGS HESKETH A quiet marriage was solemnized at SI. Augustin's church, Wednesday, August IS, when Rey. Gore.M. Bar- .row unllod In m.irrlnge Miss Sadlna Mellor Ilesketh, eldest daughter ol Mr.' and Mrs. 'John .D. Ileskrsth, of ofj and llerbprt Allpa son FOR PRESERVING Daily Fashioii By Gertrude Beresford THE HAGUE, Aiig. The soli- lary state of tho former crown prince l-'rederick Wilhelm Hohenzollern on Wlorengeh Island is considerably .iehtencd by frequent visits of rela- Tuesday evening former crown' prin- cess Cecilia witV her' four sons ar- rived at the Dutch frontier station ol Oldenzaal, where she was receiv- ed by J. B. secretary-general of the ELutch government. N'ert morning she continued her-journey to Wiercn gen where she was planning to stay a Tew weeks with a -visit in, the mean time to Doom castle. In the .course of recent weeks the crown .prince haa had his brothers Eitcl and Adalbert as his guests. The tornW departed for Germany -and Adalbert returned to Doom where be Intends to stay for some time.' Sliced Gooseberries 3 quarts green 3 cupa brown sugar. 2 cups vinegar. 6-Inch piece stick cinnamon. 3" tablespoons whole cloves. Small piece of mace. Homovo stems and blossoms of the gooseberries; put info preserving kettle, with sugar, vinegar and spices which have been lied in a piece of 'or .mqsnuilo netting bring to boiling point; slowly and bol 1 1-2 hours, skimming carefully. In widc-rcouthcd bottles while hot that have been sterilized; corl or cover with parowax and tie o paste paper over (op. This makes. a delicious accompaniment to colt meat. Cherries or currants can bo (lone the same way. Preserved Green Gooteberrlet Remove blossoms and stems from the gooseberries; put Into slrainei and plunge Into cold water. To every quart of cleaned goose- berries allow 3 cupa of sugar. Put the berries Into ksttle; cover wllh boiling water anil boll 3 mfnutes. Drain; pu the 3 cups of sugar on with 2 cnps o water, boil 0 minutes, then add the gooseberries and simmer slowly 2 mtmiles until quite clear. carcfu not to break the berries. Fill Into glasses or pint jara that bave been dipped in boiling water. When coli cover with paper or paraffin. These are exceptionally rich am very attractive looking if csrotully done. Gooieberry Jam 1 .quart gooseberries. 3 cups sugar. 2 cups water. -Remora blossoms and stems from tho berries; cnt in half; put In nre serving kotllo. Add tho wafef an boll slowly tinltl tender; tbon ad siignr bud toll ten minutes. Fill Inl EMBROIDERED VOILE DRESS Very lovely is this riress of embroid- ered voile. The ground ia white, but spotted at regular intervals are small Chinese motifs in orange and black. The lower part of the skirl depends intirely on the neauty of the material for its style. The tlouse Is made of white organdie enriched with panels of the embroidered fabric. Val. is used to ornament certain of these as well ea the puffed sleeves and neckline: A tand of black velvet Is set about the low waistline. The bat of white satin Is stitched with blick allk trimmed with orange and black daisies. jlasses. which have been dipped into boiling water. Cover witli; paper or! parowax. This small quantity can be prepared while getting dinner. It takes less time If-berries are cut In half. Preserved Blueberries for Pies' Add one cupfnl, of water to each four (Varts of Into a pre- kettle and-add a'.cupful and! a half of sugar to jorries. When the whole boils akimr fill sterilized jars Uf'overflow and seal airtight'as for all canned fruit. Store in a cool 'dark When making pies from these berries add a little sifted Hour to the syrup before putting on tho upper- crust bt: .i'.- This is tie time, 'incidenlally, to jam, preserve and spice gooseberries. Gooseberries make a very'rich jam, and preserve, and it will go further than some of the other kinds. MRS. C. VANDERBILT, JR., MAKES DEBUT AS COOK SEATTLE, Aug. Cornel: ius yanderblll, jr., Is and cooked her first meal'-for her husband this morn Ing, Friday the 13th.' The weaUhy'young newspaper reporter and :his .wife. left'. Tacoma yesterday aftprnobn' Jfor. Hoquiam. They will camp out on the way, young %'anderbilt to do the fishing and Mrs. Vanderbilt the cooking. Mrs. Vanderbilt accepted all tiio advice she received about proper camping clothes for women, discard- ed the advice and bought a pair of overalls. Mrs. Vanderbill received worth o! jewels for wedding presents, but she is just now more" interested in her camp cook' stove, frying pan and coffea pot. Sho plans for her first breakfast, wild black- berries, country bacon and.eggs, cof- fee and fried trout. "Fried trout provided Neil catches the she qualified. The Vanderbllte intend to spend several days near Copalls Beach, where they will fish and dig claras. From there they will motor to Port- land, going on down the" coast as far as San Diego. The young reporter probably will remain in the West un- til after the November elections. GOING OR COMING There's no two ways about tha trained man "brings home tha bacon." Don't your training now. FALL TERM OPENING Day School..........Sept. 1st. Night School Sept. 2nd. Garbutt Business College 413 8th Street South Lethbrldge Office Phons 1315; Res.. 1531 FEAR M1SI STRINGENT COMPARISONS SUITS Along with our beautiful, range of coats we have the very newest In fall suits. Our' buyer in tho cast has chosen the best that could bo obtained. Suits plain and of bur very advancod models are showing lots of fur. Collar and cuffs fur trimmed while some of the other models aro showing panniers from tho waistline down fur trimmed. Tha- new steel beads play a prominent part this season for trimming. Tbo principal furs used for trim- ming are beaver, seal and oppossum and seal- ette. ,The Autumn Blouse For a New Suit These .blouses have a snap to them that identifies them immediate- ly with autumn and smart new styles. Color and silken fabrics have never assumed such leading -rolca as nnw, and when combined with the smart new modes one has ideal blouses, lit to grace the newest of suits. COATS We have some very beautiful and chic models showing this -week in 'coito. Tha beau- tiful black Salt's plush coats trimmed with tha natural oppossum and the dyed. Beautiful Yer- lour coats with fur collars and cuffs.'.We have a number of coats among our range clear of luxury tai. Buy early while you hare the big variety to btiy from.. THE LEATHER COAT This yeai- wo find it made In a glazed leather water- v proof, fur trimmed, 513D.OO. In tha plain leather, We liavs all sites. Buy early while you have a selection to choose from. Summer Combinations We have a tew broken lines In Harvey's Combinations, and for a quick clearance. Keg. -I ff ular to for... Of Interest to Mothers We are offering the balance of our Children's Summer Hats, straw and wash on Friday for a quick clearance. Boys and girls come early. Price 1.00 A SURPRISE SALE OF SKIRTS We have some very boeiitltul sports skirts reduced to a minimum In price. This includes bsronette satin, pussywillow taffeta and wool plaids. Just tho time to buy that separate skirt when they are re- duced. See what before buying that eslra skirt for early fail. LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE .We .have' received a large stock of Penrtian's eashmore hosiery bought for this year's bus- iness. You will be pleased to know that tho prices are practically'tho same as last year. Pair, o "JC 95c, and PENMAN'S SOISETTE. PHOENIX. SILK .HOSE MERCERlZEp. Best American mako. tiimllatlon of -Soiling in the Slates to- t'oay at 53.00 pair. In all shr.des. .We have a splendid stock n rt'p to sell at, pair Usually sold in Can- IBda at ?3.15 pair. ilBBED :dlO. Kimonas Just from their boxes. The beautiful eiderdown klmonas, .warm and woolly. In all their beautiful colors. Collars and cuffs satin trimmed, belted with a'beautiful cord. Wool Broadcloth In new' green, llussian, burfeurldy, navy and reindeer} 51 'inches wide. Special value at, AC filial We Are Right in Front .With New Goods FINE ENGLISM wool. 4t Inches In new. shades of rose, taupe, raindeor, buf- bottle, cardinal, tobacco, havauna, wedge-' wood, Belgian and navy. All guaranteed at, o Cft yard J.JU WOOL NAP OR PILOT navy, browu and'grey." 51 For" children's coats. Splendidly warm and hard wearing. '.........p If A 3.JU SHEPHERD'S CHECK DRESS inches wido: In three different i for children's wear. Yard.................. Anderson's Plaid Ginghams Imported direct 12 bolts in lovely colorings. Just to hand. 32 inches.wide. The original quality, 85c NAINSOOKS LONGCLOTHS We have the stock and the qualities you like.1. AH Ihe finest .'makes are here. ,59c, 95c and yard WHITE, RED, NAVY AND NATURAL FLANNEL In pure wool. Just arrived from England. Selling at old.prlces, yard SILK SALE They arc going' very fast, but we have still h good assortment of crepe de chines, messclaines, georgettes nnd wash sat- ins to sell. Regular price to S4.75. To clear, yard, BigVatesHitckci to Small Prices in Summer Footwear Ladies' Pumps Black kid, brown kid and palentf leather pumps with good flexible leather soles and Loula heels; with buckles, or in the new shim- my style. 5.95 and 6.95 Ladies' Boots With good flexible leather solos, med- ium walking or French heels. Spe- cial 1.95 Ladies Oxfords and Pumps With- flexible loath- or soles and LOUIS" heels. Manufactured hy tho Outing Shoo Co. of Boston. 3.95 Youll Be Needing a Pair Shortly and These We Recommend Work Panls Heavy grey and iiilsed tweed work pants. Very special, a 9.95 Men's Cordu- roy Pants Good roomy fillers and well made; a guaranteed quality, a 8.00 Moleskin Pants Men's. Grey Mole- skin Pants, [he best value for rioney In work pants, a pair 7.50 Select That Bag or Suitcase Here An exceptionally fine showing of -Made in Canada" Daggage thnt makes selecting Hie proper trunk, bag or suitcase easy. Come Iu and make your selection. Wardrobe Trunks that me handsome, well- made and convenient; the Ideal trunk for lorig- lrlps- Matting Suitcases............... and 56.75 Fibre Suitcases................... to Club Bans.......................J6.60 to S3D.SS Steamor Trunks.................J( to Canvas Covered to S17.50 Fibre Board Trunks............ to 5.50 Men's. Combination Over- alls Headlight make. Spcclnl, nt suit............. ;Mch's Underwear In medium weight cotton ribbed union suits, fixtra special, nri a suit.................... Men's Sweaters In coat and pullover styles; mcd< inm weight. Regular up to "j QC S6.50. To clear, each EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD JN GROCERIES 23c Mbliy'8 Red. Salmon, Ot'ier Urand Salmon, Deep Sea Trout, per tin........ Gold Medal Catsup In gallon tins, each....... Orcon Peppers, per pound ..75c Wallnce's Fresh, t o Ilorrlng, 3 for.. Maple Leaf Catsup, per tin Tomato Brunswick Sar. dines, 10 for Cucumbers, per case........t. Men's -Work Sox Black and'grey. Spe- i clal at.3 pairs.for..... .wool, heather mixed Regular Jl.OO, for, pair...................... Men's Wdrk Gloves Glove, p.t, per 1 CA Other lines from, 1.25 3.50 LARGE SHIPMENT OF APRICOTS EXPECTED IN. Kindly plat's your order early and avoid dlsappojnt. ment. Have You Seen Our New Cretonnes and Curtain Goods Yet? Cretonnes, 70c to per yard. The crcfqhnos nre in 31 Inch c.nd 32 Inch widths, "and are running more 10 tbo smaller patterns this fall. Bandy colors. Just ask to see them.