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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta August 23. 1011. THE LETJIBRmGlj; DAILY ITERATE EDITED "INO" Office Phune 1224. 774. ft. IJic fancy work, while Miss Pallcson nnii HiKinbothum judged "lliiY judges L'omplt'U'il thHr work yi'ster- arts awl imUiriil history. -The day iiriernoon. W. VV.. McGregor and her Kiiest, .Miss McGregor, of Lrlhbridge, went up to Banff Sattinlii to .spend several; days Herald. unlay morning at. UK; Mount 1 Mr. iiitri Mrs. I0fl. Kennedy arrived are the judges of the domestic pro- tin; yesterday. Frank Kenny, of Calgary, is spend- ing a few diiys in the city, Hie guest bf his brother, Krctf Kenny. i Miss Henderson is entertain trig, of Calvary, who will renialn until Kriciny. Guests with Mrs. Southard for n few days are Mr. and Mrs. Kirk? Patrick, nf I'entit'lon, H. Mr. ami Mrs: A. ft. Humphries ami eliildrcn, of Lcilihridgc, are guests in (hi1 Herald. Miss Katie MclntoKli, -of Lcth- hrtdtEe, is a guest in the .gary. Herald.; John Tlalvcrson and Miss Oldson, of Mr. Sherwood, of Tuber, are guests for ;i short tin.v .frith Mrs. J. Miss Lucy Hawdrn lnfi. today for Kingston and oilier eastern points. Miss Hawi'cn will remain in for a month. i; Miss 0. Kennedy returned on Mon- 'Hay from Calgary, where she spent JL 'few days. Miss Kennedy was in Mac- for part of her vacation. Mrs. J. A-. Silver, Airs. Hotson and Mrs. H. Elton, dnce at the fair. It is only this great-hearted, who can be true friends the mean, the cowardly, can never know what true, friendship Mrs. Andrew Tilley left yesterday to spend a few weeks on a vacation trip to Toronto, .Stratford and other. eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. It. Morgan, uf Pincher City, arrived yesterday in spend Fair week with Mr. and Mrs. H. Galvin, 4th Avc., 8. Miss Delia -Junes arrived home yes- terday uftcr-a delightful holiday spent 111 bridge and Clareshot in gary Herald. Mr. mid Mrs. J. N. Kilchie relurn- rd yesterday afternoon from the wasi cities, where- they were holi- daying for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. H. May, of. St. Thomas, Out., wlm have made a tour of the west, have returned from the coast and are guests, with Mr. and Mrs. W. Jordan. Mrs., May is Mr. Jordan's sister. l Hiss Cotter is in charge of the Wo- men's exhibit in the balctny of the ncy and Miss McLeay.werc judges of main building at the fair. Miss Til- Thcro wore three millinery openings today, Miss Ttluoy's, Miss Cameron's, and MI8H McLuav's. 1 was very gra- ciously allowed to visit all three par- lors last, evening, before they worn opened'to the public in guild-ill. Now I am going 'to.give my readers some' idea as to the prevailing stylos for early Tail wear. In the first place, let mo say that small shujms wilu high crowns, both pointed and square, predominate, although of course, the usual large shape's for afternoon func- tions are shown. Many of these email mts are In soft rolls and velours, Xayy blue and brown are very popular col- ova this spivson, many imts have bright touches of coronation red, paddy green, cerise, burnt orange and, king blue. Of the brighter lines, paddy greens fieem to lead. All bright heavy colors ire good. With rather a limited apace it my disposal, 1 will have to content myself with the description of just two or three bats al- though really al! the hats are so stylish and pretty that it seems hardly fair to mention any in particular. At Miss Tllnsy's: I saw a very elaborate black panne velvet, .with three elegant willow plumes and handsome beaded orna- ment. This creation is marked (jlghty dollars, and needless to say, that all some of can do is to look at it, I noticed, too, a bluck velvet of the very new chimney-pot shape, hicb was trimmed with a white fea- ther and jet buckle. Another atimnifig one was a brown velvet Gage with while upper rim; faced in 'brown and lecorated .with'braided velvet The only "otherj one I can mention lore was a chic black velvet edged' with paddy green velvet domed with very striking paddy ;reen wings. -At Miss Cameron's; Cameron in not having it fu 'opening' now; hut IK simply .sliowli vary smart tailored hutn. She have 'a full nliowtiiK of rather 11101 dressy.bats later. Thore Is such pretty largo Khupc; edged In .velvet, with gay It man strijw ribbon I rimming, enugl with steelo buckle. 1 much ttdmlred, was of BO brown felt, ImiJnf; the entire brl bf Indian bond-work and relieved b largo bead, quill, fastened with fla burnt orange Still- miothor was of soft black ve our, with rolled brim, and was sinrir ly trimmed fancy white an bluck wings. All the others on Miss stand arc .exceedingly chic, and sly isli, but" I must pass on. Here f noticed a'Parls importation made entirely of feathers. shafle green and. light brown, with louche of Tlic decoration 01 Lhe hat was a wing of the same fea thers, held by a large jot stem. I fpt a view of a small black vclve .high peaked crown, trimmed with strlpnod ribbon, wbiei was edged in paddy green. This was completed by large black aik green wings. 1-noticed ulno a very fetching toqu' of paddy green velvel, adorned-wit! plaited satin'-bow of tlie game shade Mfsfl McLeay's Is also just :ni ad vaiice 'opening, which will be folio wet by larger one ;i little later. The day has been tin ideal one i'o openings and no doubt large crowds been in attendance. following is the prjze ust in the (ienartment al the fair. as fur us reported lo the Fine Oil painting, entirely A. J. Wright; 2, Miss Cook. iirs. if fa, Bermister. Water Mrs Cans'- land; Miss Cook Water copy- B, Aird. .Mrs. Bet-mis Great Show of New Fall Suits V'- "Ladies-will be pleased to hear of the 11 rri.vsil.ol: on r NEW FALL SUITS. We were afraid'they would .not be here in lime for visitors to the Fair, with much wiring.and hustling, wo have got them at last, all the latest correct styles. Call and see them. Every visitor to the Fajr should.make a special point of seeing these, also our new stock of beautiful and rare furs. These iir themselves offer a special.treat. Special show of Long Fall Coats All Latest New York Styles, in tweeds, habit doth, serges, etc.. upwards from........................JJ 1 en Ladies'Sweater Coats THE NjGHTS ARE NOW GETTJNC COLD and the thins In wear is pur SWEATER COAT. are-made in two styles: One has V shaped neck; and the other lias high turned-down collar. boih knitted In a heavy fancy stitch, nnd some have pockets. Combination cojors: Cardinal and grey; grey and bine; white and navy; also in, plain colors.................. They They New Tweeds and Serges now showing RANGE OF LADIES' SUITINGS FOR FALL WEAR shows some very special lines in mixed .tweeds. This is undoubtedly the cloth of (.he season tuiri makes ,tin very smart. Our Serges also warrant your attention. specialty of the.Admiralty-Serge. This will hold its color in spite of sun or rain; absolutely wii'l not spot, fade or shrink; black and navy, i OUR GfcflC1 to Suiting. Several shades. HU ADMIRALTY SERGE In Price per jaid, Tweed 50c Crayon or. Mrs. Mermrjtler; 2, Mrs. T. Corhan. L'rayqn or sepi-d, ner, mister; 2. iUiss Nimmons. Vnp pcn'eil drawing, original__ I, Bermisler; U, Mrs. Northam'. Fen or pencil drawing, Mi'i. Herniistcr; '2, .Miss Cook. amateur photos, unt tJiitn six, entire work to be doiue, grown on a farm and not in Mrs. Whitney. Host bouquet of flowers, grown on a dry farm in the yard: must be vn on the farm, and not in the Mr. Parry. MEET YOUR FRIENDS Out-of-town women visiting the Fair are- invited to make this store their headquarters. You are heartily welcome to any con- veniences we have to'offer, and the fact of your calling often car- ries with it no obligation to buy, unless you feel so disposed Complete Assortment of Fixings for Miladi FAIK-WEKK Hosiery Kino lisle hose in lil.-ick and nil the Wjinlcd colors; full 1'jishioinM.I; .seamiest; feel; spliced hoe Is and loos: extra value ai the price. Special Fair-Week Corset Values 95c Two and very models in this .spec.iai lot; medium and long lengths; finished with two pair of hose sup- porters, front and sides. FAIK-WKEK Glove Values _Ladies' long lisle 'gloves liiv hhiok, Ian, gray anil of extra-fine silk .lisle'thread; finished with two domes-sit VOIT dressy and duraJile. Special Fair-Week Sunshade Values 1-3 off 'Some splendid choos- ing among (his clearing lot; made of silks, linens, .etc.; in maiiy varied and attnietive colors all clear- ing at. 1-3 off Our Dress-Making Department Miss Hooper, late of Toronto, is. in'elfavge of dvir dress-making cle- paftiifent for the coming season, and sironglyurge the of placing your order early. An early showing of new ready-to-wear Garments specially prepared for Fair-week Visitors New Suits and Coats New. Kimonas and Dressing Sacques New Skirts and Underskirts New Waists and Underwear, Styles All the Newest, and Values the Beat Offered in Southern Alberta We make Alterations' Free and Guarantee the Fit CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK J.f A Few Bargains, for Fair Week f lip our stock pu rposefy kept Jiiiclc Si'KCIALS for Fair Week and he re. they A WIDE-RANGE OF DRKSS Suitable for Kali weitr, inchidinK some novelty suit. lengths; good assortment of colors. Kegnlar to J .........................85c LADIES' MOTOR assorted colors; 75 EXTRA ivhlte, 40 IN. TAFFETA SILK crcanir pnle blue, bniivn or niivy. Regular ?2.flfl. Special, per yard SEVERAL GOOD LENGTHS OF DRESS .Including striped satins, plain anil Vncy taffetas, for nor yard LADIES' FANCY SILK LISLE 50c 75c Special Notice Store closes Wednesday 6 Thursday '12 a.m. BOOTHS AT THE FAIR Nursing Mission Thjs booth i.s most attractively dc- with liunting and (lags, the cfl cross idea Ijping followed to ad- antia'gc. Tlit) siiuill look HO fjlji their while t-ovcrs and of variegated sweet pe.'is. AH piiiprgi'iiry tPtit., wiiti a trained ursc, .Miss in charge, is run in connrrtion will) the hootli. Mrs: L. M. --lolinslonc is whilf; Mrs. Kitihy and Mrs. Huchaimn have charge of the Nursing. Mission tHgo. They art- aKsisled in the sale of these by a nf the younger .set. Tin; riinin.t room yesterday was charge of Mn- A. .Southard, who had as her assistants Mrs. Livingstone Mrs. Soiiris, Mrs. H. Bowman, Mc-Lclland, Miss Wallace, Miss Ilaiina and bry Gordon, Coiirtire had charge of tahles loday and was assisted '.by iVIi's. Shnphrrd, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. .1. W. .StafTord, Mrs. Manon, ftflss O'llagan and Miss Simpson. On .Thursday Mrs. r.elhhridgf will luqk after the dining room, and her nsiiistniif.s will be Mesdami's Ingram, Howuiaii, Klcining and the Misses Kiinr, hinllia llanlif and Isahrl Mac- I.elh. On Fridar dining room will managed by Mrs. who will iissistnl liy Mrs. Vt-lirr. Mrs. Arnold, Mis. Kftuhir and Miss DC Tile liidirs arc working inr worthy cause and should receive lib- for, where It large'number can he nc-' sciil. about lifty people at once crnl patronage. cmtiTodalcd at onn iiir.-eV; a i Kerns, potted'plants and sweet peas St. Mary's j cay with .btjriltnp and j arc ithcil in table decoration, and Tho', booth is pretty wibh hunting j (ings. Assisting at this bnoth art: i visiiors arc, supplied with ChJncBR and flags. Small tables are used and Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Kirli, Mrs. which'are ratncr luxun at with bright-bund Sar- i linglon, Mrs. Wilfred Miss a place of this kind.. i Fishor, itfiss Barrett, Shirley {1 Miss dpt'tirnted den (lowers. The hidicK are serving sandwiches, soft drinks, lea and cof- fee. The stand is in nlmrgc of the fol- lowing Nimmons, ..KiiowUk-ii, Washbrook, Williams, Sluvonson, Alnckford, Mitchell, 1'c-r- cival, Arnold, I Ml, Popham and Kry- aiid Messrs. Matthews ;uul Mitcli- Thc proceeds an; in aid of 'hi: fiuilrl and flu; ladies hope for :sssisl- uice from those the uiir. St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid This stand also has bunting and flag decoration, luslrad of a -able iherp is a lunch cnunter, where you li'.iy obtain sandwiches, made from lumc-madc bread, cake, lie, soft drinks, tea and coffee. The ladies', wlm arc running Ihe stand arc: iMcsdames llornc, Home, Hartley.' Taylor, -Shand, Wilkin- Scotl, iMcKcan, Williams, Wil- Parson, McN'eal and Ihc Misses Tuimant, Parliamcnf, Scott, .Shanri, Lang and Wiley. Ciiy Children's Home This one is very attractive with decorations of lings'and bunting. Small tables are used hero for serv- ing lunches of sandwiches, Ciike, fruils, icn-eiciim, tea. coffee, j The huolh is capably 1'iokt-d after by Mcsdamcs Adams, La id- law, Wilson mid Millar and "ftliss Dalryinplf. Li I tic Lucy Hardy, These'ladies, proved the truth 0[ the old saying, "The" early catches the for they' opened the booth on Monday about four creeled in ly dollars thai evening, before the fair had really commenced. Aid., The dining room in this booth is arranged with two long tables, which (.'old incuts, snlfirds, pickes, "cheese, tea, coffee, are served here. Those in charge arc MesdaniCo Lytle, J. Grey, Graham, W. L. Wilscn, Wcstcott, Win. Byrom anf! )n, Eva ;on. .lossic Oraham and Daisy Staf- pnl. A. .store with fruits, melons, etc., s run in connection withe the ing Hit? ladies. The rn.imtp'mrnl rf i Ibis booth Uir hiilics uf dip i'ii> In in n-fresliiiK-iils. Tin- hidirs )i.i :i "'.Hlirii-ul tout ill-' huolh lo I'liahh' tlit-m tu j, nnisi'iy In the new limm- t'oi I 'liihinn. I St. Cyprian Bible Class ThU sliiml has a long lunch ctmn-j1 Fall Millinery Opening II luivi (111 ig of J'JarJy Mil- August 23 llic latest in Felts Pattern 'Hals. While visitijig the. Ifyir don't fail (o call inspect our display of millinery. days. Kcady-to-wenrs and Miss Cameron Hill mock, Third Avc. ;