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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 192o DAILY HERALD "'PS X PACE NINE PHOVH 1221 MILADI .j o 0 o MORE OR LESS! One man makes more and one makes less, Uut what's the standard for success, Since neither reaches happiness? ile who makes more ii cot content, No matter what his cent per cent. For Is more and never meant To (each -its own equivalent. Ho who makes less feels more disc fed And hurt in poeket and in pride Is less and lees than satisfied. So lot us labor on and bless Tiio labor by our willingness To make our sqrvice our. success, And we'll bo more or laes! Vance Coolie. I'atgon's mother, Hrs. Ceo. Smith, of I'lllowdale, and with Mrs. Jas. Hen- ercon, Clearview, will return wKh Mr. Deer Advocate. P. C. Whitehouse, formerly of th9 lank of Commerce here ana (or'a ral years manager at Red Deer, goes o: Nelson, B.C., as manager of tho ranch, there. A. F. Garland, of [anna, becomes manager at Red Deer. PERSONAL Mrs. Charles McKillop will not celve tomorrow. Ur. and Jlrs. Armstrong and arrived In the city this morning from Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Raworth and Cuully and.Airs. Joues aro spending u WIH.-K at Watertou Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold'Campbell and Nettle- have left for. a vaca- tfon at Medicine Hat. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. Needs arc holiday ing at Watertpn .Lakes they hare taken a cottnge. Miss Mary jSinipsoH has returoct to the cily after a visit at Vancouver Mrs. Cico. Marchant aud Miss Kdith Marchant, of Winnipeg, arrived iu the city .Saturday morning to" be the of Mrs. Proctor." end are teing entertained tomorrow evealng'at the home of Mrs. Hth St North, at 9 o'clock. All invited to attend. The C. P. R. Socltl- and Athletic Club fortnightly daace will be held to- morrow etoning in the Masonic hall at S o'clock. The Cannoneers' Jais Band will furnish music. Now ;hat the evenings are cooler these promise to bo more enjoyable Jian aver. Mrs. Trellviug'B section of tho Hebe- kahi will nest at her home, 1510 13lh enns South, at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Christian Science Society, ground floor, Hull Block, hold thoir regular Testimony meeting Wednesday even- ing at S o'clock. St. Aucustln's church Tuesday, Feast of Bartholomew, apostle and martyr. Celebnitlon of Holy Com- munion in the chapel at 10 a.m. WEDDINGS SOCIAL At the manse on Saturday tho mar- lage took plate 'of Mr. Oscar Greyer f Wrentham to Miss Theima Hlrfiche if tho same place.. The" bride and [foom were attended by Miss "oster and Mr. !i. Foster, Itev. A. H. Jenoou performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Grorer will resido in Wren bam. E ATJ St. Michael's was'llie scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday, i.ugust 17th, when Miss Ceclle Anna daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Friineau, was united In marriage o Mr. Dry Fork. Father D. I'llon performed cere- mony. The bride was supported ler Jos. Primeau, and bride-' groom by Excas LavesQue, his father. After the ceremony the wedding with about thirty gnests partook of a dainty breakfast the 'hoine of the bride's Creek Bolio. CHURCHES SOCfETlES The Daughters and Maids of Bng- Baity Eashion; vBy Gertrutlo Bereaford For the firat time since the Prime Minister look over the tenancy of 10 Downing street, Mrs. Lloyd Georgo gave a danco there recently. It was a smalt affair, or, at least, as small as a dance can be that Is given for a debutante so popular as Miss Me gau Lioyd George- The younger daughter of tbe Premier has teen one of tho successes of the season, an.l has held her. own well at parlies where tho most beauteous of Britain's daughters assemble. One of tho chief secrets of Miss Lloyd George's charm lies in the fact that. her manner Is absolulely simple and natural. She also is eitremcly cheer- ful and well-informed, and a favorite with older people. When Mrs. As- quith was the chatelaine of the Down- Ing street house many dances were held there for her step-daughter and later her own daughter, the ladles who are Lady Bonham Carter and Princess Antolno respective- ly. While cot an Ideal hcuEe for the purpose of- entertaining, the Prime Minister's official residence can be adapted oulte easily for parties. This summsr there haa been increasing Interest In the bats that are endowed with, a transparent edge that falls down over the eyes. Black eaUn combined with beauti- fully embroidered net makes a elun- Ding gown for Interesting afternoon functions. There is a decided sug- cJ the harem mode iu this wu; Th Dlack satin panel that falls from Ihs waist is drawn toward tho back and attached just below tbe waistline. Th.9 net draperies show very rich embroideries and are bound with a narrow fold ol tho satin. Uroad-revera and a sqnare cut front of black satin give distinction to tho bodice. This Is cut with a kimono sleeve and its outer edges are out- lined with black satin. Four rlcetl boiled potatoes po fur- ther than six plain boiled ones. Sprin- with salt aud pepper, slip in the oven to brown Mr. Cdurler'of the Assiniboia Musi' Company left' bn Saturday to.ispsni a few days .In .Banff." -.-Mrs.. Geo'rgo ;McIvo.r spent yescer 4ay in''the: pity, going "on to Calgar. this'a'fterriqbn to Join her 'liusband accompanied by. her mother Mrs. n. O'HagaD.! v Mr. and Mrs. >V. Aitklna and family returned :thlB morning from tummer- liig at Nelson, B.C. i Mrs. E. Hartfield left on Saturday afternoon to visit In Pincher Creek for a few days. r Mr. II. Bentloy, who has been lioli. Saying at Nelson, Fernic and other U. C, pbintc, has returned to the city. R. j; Sehl and daughter, who arc vistllng at Watorton Lakes, were joined by Mr. Sehl for the week-end. Victor Ross of the Imperial Oil Co. passed through the. city yesterday.on his way to Pincher Creek. Dr. R. Lynn Joined Mrs. Lynn and son at Walerton Lakes for the week-end. 1 Mrs. G, Lodge Is visiting at Vulcan, tho.guest of "Mrs. J.'A. Hutton. D. A. Harris returned this morning jfter a visit to Nelson and surround. Ing points. Mr. and; Mrs." R. Wilson and two ions, who'have been holidaying at Nelsou, returned to the city this morn- f Mr. and Mra. H. W. Cartwrlght, Miss Lilyan Schweitzer anil Mr. n. W. Weiler, who have been spending a few days at Waterton Lakes, hare re- turned to the city. Misn Aciair Simpson has as her guest for a few days Miss Ann Lodcr, of Stirling. Mrs. W, J. Armstrong and family and Mrs. A. n. McGuire and'family nro Waterton-Lakes.-They were Joined the weck-eml by Mr. Arnmrong and Mr.VMcGuIro; Messrs. 0.. 'J. Micklo, C. O'Connor afld'A-' I'reislg. were week end visitors' Wntcrton Lakes, i Miss Dorothy Hicliardnon. of Seattle .6 tHp gueEt'6t, Miss Lllyan; SctiwMt tor. Mr. -left this morning to spend a'liclfnny at Nelson, B.C.' Mrs. Katie d'alcn Is visiting In "Stavclr. The marrlsge of Miss Edith Archl bald MaeMftcbin, daughter of Proles- ror and Mrs MacMocban, of. Hallfat, U> Commander C. 0, Dobson; V.C.. D. 3.O., R.M., of England, will take place In October in Brlgton. Mrs. Mac- Mechan and her daughter have salted for England. Commander Dobson was Jent to Canada by the British Admir- alty In .Inoo to Inspect the Ortham- Bell hydro-pianos. G. H. Kdmunds and Mrs. Edmunds, of are staying at the Do. minion Dally Times. Mr. John T. Wntson motored up from Lothbrldge and wll! visit for n few days. Mrs, Watson and children, visiting 'with Mrs, What makes Simmons Springs and Mattresses so much more restiul than others 'Ask your Home Merchant for SIMMONS "WALDORF" BOX SPRING tempered, springs mount- ed on a frame of seasoned hard- wood and upholstered with heavy layers of white cotton felt. Cover- ed with ticking of excellent quality in attractive designs. Koll edges. SIMMONS "ALASKAN" MATTRESB Filled Tilth Ricat lay felt, "scientificall layer by layer, and then stitched znd tufted. Fine heavy ticking of vciy.- attractive designs. Roli at layers of ally built up Canada has no fure Bed- ding Laws but Limited has! WHEN a the day with a grouch, people are apt to say, "frit, he got up out of the wrong side of bed." Probably his bed is more to blame than heis. How can anyone be expected to get a real night's sleep on the bumps and hollows of the ordinary spring and mattress! For perfect relaxation and sound sleep, you need a firm :but soft under it a flat, resilient Box Spring. Here is the combination that lets your body relax. It gives to all the contours, holds the spine level in any sleeping position. You should know the Mattress and Box Springs made by Simmons Built Jor sleep by the makers of these fine Simmons Sweet and clean through and through. The "Alaskan" Mattress and "Waldorf" Box Spring are great favorites all over the Dominion. Excellent quality at the medium price. Your dealer will show you other Simmons models, too, at other prices, Also Fabric for sleep by Simmons Limited. SIMMONS LIMITED MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGARY VANCOUVER It's Variety that makes Our Stock so Popular and Interesting PULLOVERS FOR THE FALL WAIST The new up-to-date pullover for the fall waist, georgette crepe de chine and tricolette. All sizes in the beautiful shades. Priced to Fall Sweaters and Scarfs Just a peep at this beautiful range of ladies' and children's sweaters and scarfs will con- vince you that there are no bet- ter in the city where prices fit .your pocketbook. Be convinc- ed and look this range over be- fore buying. We have a com- plete line of infant's sweaters and leggings-. New Fall Suits Tho new suit la here, three-quarter length, trimmed. The new French braid and the cut bead predominate. These beautiful are right from New York. It will pay you to visit the' Ready to Wear OH the second floor at Uio Bay before purchasing. The Gossard Corset Placing IhlB wonderful line "of corsets in our stock, to compleate our corset de- partment We have an expert corsetlero In Ihte department and all ccrsfta airb fitted. Be sure you tba right model. Ee fitted before purchasing. It the Gos- does not fit wo have other ruodols in different lines that win. All sanitary goods, children's waists and brassieres are carried in this de- partment. GIRLS' MIDDY SKIRTS SPECIAL AT SSc Made of extra good quality repp. Thtry are good full skirts with deep hem and cambric waist antl guaranteed to wash well. Sizes 2 U> S.years. Regular value and {1.65, Special QQ Larger sizes, to fit ages 12 and 14 years, including some plain Bklrtfi, with pockets and belt at waist. Reg- QO ular values to Special for v We Have a New Shipment of Voile Waists These waists for spring selling.we. could not have sold less than For Tuesday and Wednesday we-are offering theso waists for BRASSIERES We tavo added to our spleadld Block.'" the Gossard Bleres and for Sat- urday we ara offer- log two models in the back hook and front hook in the pink corded batlete 85c Large Shipment of Wash Skirts Very pretty styles trimmed with the large pair! button. Corre In pipues anu cotton gabardines. ?6.GO values for fruick and Si.-.ei 24 to 31 FOUR MARIBOU STOLES Left from tlie spring and anyona who! needs an early wear with their 'suit. Buy'one of these lieautilul-stoles, J durable and practicable and bought for much less'money than a-fur.-I wrap. for for for Vast Quantities of Silks and Woollens JSuilt for Sleeo Our Stock of Fall Coatings is nearly complete. In all weaves and weights Including goldtono and vctour. Splendid values to yard Shot Duchesse Silk Imported French goods. The quality will charm you. In lovely twotono ct- 'fects. Bight different shades to select from. 36 inches wide. All guaranteed. Wholesale price yard Ginghams, Prints and Galateas By exercising our purchasing power and anticipate ing' recent rise In prices wo havo the best stOCK and host prices in Alborta today. HEAVY WHITE FLANNELETTE 3G inches wide. Fiire bleach. Salumlid ii'ml- Ity. good Worth Hud- son's Bay Price, rn yard.......... in stripe cambrics good washing materials. Priced to EXTRA HEAVY WHITE COTTON 30 inches wide. Will wear splendidly. No fill- Ing or dressing. Reg- ular 60c yard. 83 yards only to clear at, yard New Laces and Embroideries A largo range of new stock to select from. Nar- row edgings and headings in great array. Lingerie Ribhons Wo have every imagin- able shade anil width in nnd tho prices' aro quite moderate. Men's Hosiery in Lisle Thread Heavy cotton, silk, cashmere, and all wool worsted. A Great Serge Snap 'filght pieces to select from. 36 inch- es wldo. In all tho wanted shades. Reg- ular price yard. To 98c yarld Horrpcks' Dainty Diaphalene Fine batiste in pink and white. Wholesale prko today yard. Our JJ1.00 yard TOWELS Traveller's samples'in Turkish; huck: a'nd plain' towels. Put up at great reductions. Price, per bundle, 98c HORROCKS1 WHITE COTTON Very fine quality. 36 inches wide. Best pos- sible make. C DRAWN THREAD SQUARES 30 Inch size. Regular each. 60 to clear at, each Yard Fine Furnishings for Fastid- ious Fellows MEN'S SUITS in all the best styles, properly tailored at prices 835.00 Boys' Suits, All Sizes, All Prices 35c to pair MEN'S NECKWEAR Wo invllfs early In- spection to view tho beautiful ranges of men's ties that havo Just arrived. Made from genuine Swiss slIVs which are noted for their durability and wear. Beautiful colors and newest n nn designs. Each 6.UU BOYS! READ THIS! How About a Good Wag- on for the to Play With? Just opened A new, lot of boys' wagons that are dandies. Kubbcr- tired .wheels that will ctanil up uotier rough usage. Tho box Is 12 Inches 20 Inches nnd is inchca high. Painted n deep blue. Price to get theso wagons rjf on the streets........... A Hugro Combination ,Vecuurn Sweejier for Who would be without a good carpet sweeper for this money? The Hugro Is a combination vacuum and carpet sweeper antl will do tho beat of work. Easy to clear out and nothing to go wrong. Priced for Tuesday's sell- O AC ing at................... ;