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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGB-DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN MILADI cepllonally pleasant evening last night la the Moose Hall, Vf lha Moose Lodge also being in 'at- tendance. About 35 were present, the president, Mr.'N.'H. Harding being (4 the chair A short program was given Including speeches by seyeraror the local members. The playing ot K, Willjams added greatly to the pleasure ot lha evening j -1 t- 0. A A A ff THE LONELY TREE A A t. A ft f. A A A eft'yesterday'to return to Chicago. McLenoan will remain here for a lime. A twisted ash, 'a ragged A tiker birch. lyilh leaves actlr. Men talk o( (crests broad and deep.. Where sumuier. Ions the i atmdows .sleeps _, ;_ Tho 1 love forests deep and wildo The lone tree on the tare hillside. The brave, wind-beaten, lonely tree la' .rooted in the heart of me. A'lwlsted ash, a ragged r A silver birch with leaves .astir.'! Wilson Gibson. PERSONAL 'jMr. a'nd.'ofrs, Hlarry Holmhn'have returned after Several week's holiday ill; the east, going from Winnipeg to Kdmbn'tori and spending a. few days alj.Oull; bake, on their return trip. (Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Gibson and fam- 'fl.v. are holidaying at Watcrton Lakes. ..Professor and Mrs. I. F. Lea- of I Iowa Falls, .Iowa, arrived In the city this morning to visit with Mr. and Mrs. DunsWrtti" for several weeks. 'Miss Lucy Hutch, who has. .been tblidayliig. at.'Watcrton. Lakes, for tbo returned'to the "city. :-'Jlr. and >.Mrs. D. A. Simpson nave as their gtiefit.s the former's Mrs. B; J. Cpopelr Mrs. GOOD: er. has 'many' (rien'ds 'In Lothbridge, hiving'formerly resided here. :'i rMrs. F. J. Daynton who has been the guest, daughter, Mrs. W. L. JjjcKenzie. for 'the summer, has left for her home rat Bothwell, Ontario antf-will visit atcseveral eastern points en-route: ;Mr's. -K- 'Buchan'' o f B attl ef or'd is spending a few days In-the city, the gues.1 of Mrs. J. II. Hendoraon. Miss B. F. Kirk has relumed to the city after a holiday spent at Waterton Lakes.. 5 Mr. 0. M. McLfennan who" has jieen, visiting in tho TflTy gin DailyiFashiori By Beresford ,-f .f guest of Mrs. W. H. DeLong. Col.' Arnis.trongVLs: expected to ar- rive in Che city on Monday-'.from called hero by the sudden.death' of son, Ives Arm- __..v. 1..7, _. i- Lady Ames has-left Lac Cornu, Que- bec, 'and silled for England; where she will Join Sir Her-' beri Ames. .1 j ilrs..Stores has returned to the city In'Jlayrnond. Miss Dorothy Richardson arrived in. the city this morning from Seattle and will be the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. T. 'Evani-for-a few.days. Mrs. J. Paul Irwin, who has been attending the Cbautauqua during the visiting iTrlth her parents, Mrs. M. Dunswbrth, will re- mam In the city over the week-end. .Mrs. Lclhbrldgo Helen Lothbridge of Ttoitlng In Proctor. J. S. T. Alexander is spending a few days visiting friends In Feraie. Mr. B. U. Rylands Is leaving the middle of next week for a visit to Vancouver. c Missus: Marion and Dorothy Marrs have returned v from t Proctor after Bpending'cbme time there'. Miss Aileen Dunham is in Calgary visiting with Miss Lillian Cobb. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ft The women of Moose Heart Legion will meet on Monday evening at S o'clock in tho Moose IJali. A full at- tendance is requested.. The Local Council of WnnMn havi a special treat is store for children who attend every morning .end of (his month. The south side playgrounds at the. Cehtral School Wednesday, and Friday, and the'north side at Aueius. park Th'ufsdsy and SaturdaV? M. S. of wish .to thank s'e. pf their cars ojx Thursday after- obn. Miss Hufner. VprV'.L'overinjf losers, ppirsley, Baskervlllp and. Fet- erly.. The Art Needlework Club will meet n the east side ot Gait. Gardens on fbnttay afternoon, weather perpilt- iaf. If tHe-weather is unfavorable t will meet at the home.of Mrs. J. Henderson, Ave, WEDDINGS SOCIAL .Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Carson enter- (alnert a few young-people on Thurs- day' evening In horior'of 'their guest, 'was -p! a Jed t n when 'a dainty luncheon was served, after which, dancing was indulged in until the early1 nonrs, when Mr. Carson took the early train to, visit the coastal cities returning to his home In Toronto j. Stationary En- s, Firemen enjoyed an ex- SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS SILK HOSE An unusual special in high class pure silk hose in black, grey, brown nnd sand shades. These are regular S3.00: No luxury tax. Saturday N'lght COMBINATIONS Ladles1, knitted coltou combinations in short or no sleeve style loose and neath finished 95c CORSETS Some wonderful high class corsets in this lot. Vou reaj your choice of front lace or back lace styles. Values up tu pair. New lines have been added which his lot ion attractive. Saturday Night INFANT'S HOSE A few odd boxes of Infant's finiall tan hose, sizes 4 Ip 5K. The value ia excellent.-Regular 60c to 5Hurd-n Sretla! 25c FLANNELETTE BLANKETS '9 pair of fine soft heavy weight flannelette blankets in groj only anil 10 I slzo. licgiilar valua worth S3 50 nair Vight LADIES' HOSE I-adies' fine cotton hose with ribbed lop Wiich-gives added wear are good fitting and full fa'shioneU Rogul r i> li Night 60c Correct for DYLAND COMPANY w First kraifred vtns was At' the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. B. Stevens, W, Alberta, Miss Anna Belle SteV..__ ..__ united In marriage to Mr. Robert Bums Smith, also of Winnifred. Mr and Mrs. Smith left for the Coast and on their return will reside in WInni 'red. Kov. R. H. MacKinnon o ijedfcine Hat, officiated. On'Friday, August 13th, 1920, a quie- veddlng Johr Alexander French, of Orion. Alberta was united In marriage to Mrs. ,Gen eya .3IarIa ..Sharper also'of Orion Jot- T> TI R." H. Medicln' porfpr'hied the ceremony. At the home of the officiating cicrgj man, Rev. A. .W. R. Wniteman. i took'1 place on August 16th of Miss Bertha.Hilton I John G. JIcFadden, both' of SOUTHERN GARDEN of heavy silk floss .to match the pre- dominating color of one's .or double layers nf georgette lu' var- ious shades are used, then It will be fashionably Over 'the wall the Droops in the .languid. As purpic as ethereal twilight In efyiitartHalices. .palm's a'ud pointed ce- ]da'r8-tow_er, Tte'cHrdlnal's vdog' aldng. Like petals of the red tibiscus.flott'er Dowered 'with Ihe.'elft 'of sons.- Afte'r the'.chui of 'moll, Its >i Hefe-rn" the. Garden Here.lB.the i? ''-rCiiriloa DUMA KING BELIEVE IN HIS QWN PRODUCT -S A EBTV organdie dress is always a welcome addition to the wardrobe of the summer girl, i This model is.un- usually charmlijg.' It' is originated In buttercup The skirt Is adorned with' Handsome ribbon ros- Ottcs whose color .and shape emulate Ihs da'ndeljOB. The little bodice is elaborated 'with" liny organdie frill- ings about the ne'ck and puffed sleev- es. The billowy Eash is similarly be- decked.; The-hat of white satin has aii on which repose liuiumera'b'le goldeti. .-buttercups. Eor th olrds h TRAVELLER'S AID HOME '4 OPEN.SiTHURSpAY' The Traveller's Aid Home .Kill b'e open to the ir.spection of-, 1 'rln> yestbrilay fashions are just a speculation and why wofry-about >lhe old ones? SunK mer will sooji be over and wo have enough on hRnd. to last until then. But Fashton-.'ifi''jilst beginning to around after lier'suminer's respite to" smile at-the', world ..of women be- neath her first :-fall chafieaus. She has been'lakiog.ia much-needed rest, to be-sure, myl. what a lot of new surprisesiarid ideas have been conjured active head during that As iB''no definite 'hat shape th'at'n put one's-finger pii as'a ths turban, as 'slightly different swirl or tilt; the'''tarn that has be- come the niushroo'm' (positively, it looks just delectable lux- uries even to'IhVVrinkly- effect under the umbrella the'1'Spft'fblled- up brim, the: stiff'folled'-down trim the. slraight', wide Just whichever'isj'mdst becoming, CHICAGO, -Aug. Jolly, little 'at man sits In a rickety chair-in a Justy factory office aud laughs -so heartily he shakes liko a quivering cone of Jelly. .Mirth' when you mention the oulja board. For the jolly chap Is J, M. Simmons, 'Ouija He can.afford to laugh, people are buying the oulja bo! makes'so he's rolling'' In money. "The public are laughs the 'Ouija King.'.' They'll bite on he con- :lnues. "The public belief in the ouiJa Doard is a Joke. We don't foster it. But the poor deluded fools want (he tioard, and .we're giving It to them by the thousands." The past year 500.000 ouiJa -hoards were sold .by J. M. Simmons Co., made-in'a little second-flour rantm-v with 10 employees on Chicago's West Side. Simmons said as many" more were sold by the William Fuld com- pany of Baltimore to '.space, have, been re-a.r- ranged and r newly decorated and fur- nished' In. n; most There-Is now.accommodation tbrqviiie of.visitors with all modern conveniences. Situated as It' is 'on the corner, of nlnth'street aud Second Avenue, its -location Is a great-point in its favor, whlleUtTs hoped its at- tractive lawn .will prove a resting place for'many'tired visitors In'sum' ler. The Trare'ier's Aid Vorlt was start- ed here- In 1913 under the auspices of tho W. the'work entirely .In .charge of ;Trayeiler's Aid Cpmmlttee. The work has stead- ily grown each year, and tbo. neces- sity for a larger building- being realiz- ed, the purchase was made last of this building, recently, owned by B. A. Sharman. Hiss Cameron, who Is well known in (he city fo.r' her splendid the stlll'm charge, and last year, made the splen- did record of meeting 2321 trains and giving assistance to-62G-people, Lhasa being young girls. Everyone'-should-.mako' an effort to attend the informal openfnfc- next Thursday and show 'their .interest in this very and. successful work. SUCCESSFUL: PUPILS ft ft The following pupils --bf. -Claude Hughes, tfere successful 'at the Examination hold last JIny by tho Associated Board of the' Hoyal Acad- emy of Music and Royal College of Music, London, England. Intermediate Grande "Local Centra Aldln D. Higher Division'. Mamie C. Brooks. Higher Division A. Snnclqiiisl, Pearl Taylor.. Lower Division Piano-VTilly Good- man, Klhel Jl. M. Craig. Elementary Division Edna J. Scott, K. Joy Vickery, Lily Adnltt, Bessie M. Loverlng, B. N'ancy Borrows, Mary L. Scott, Iris M. Glanvllle. Primary, Division Stewart J. Wi-lsht, Marearet Jl. Bvans. M. Wright, S.'Lilian Sandqulst. Local Ctntre Rudiments of G. Pearl Baylor, Aldln D. Harding. Grammar of Music, Division Anna A. Sandqnlst. -Grammar of Music, Division Olive Jackson, Ethel H. Larson, iris M. Glanvllle. Grammar Division Mary L.'Scott (OS marks out of Edna J. Scdtl, Tilly Goodman, Lily Adnltt, S. Lilian Larson, Margaret M. Evans. ff tf tf tf ff tf tf tf tf tf tf Q A t, 4