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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920 THE LETBBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, PAGE ELEVEN i- DANDELIONS v -I- v 0 The (-olden, dandelion siiroly Igved'of God-the most 01 all tivo bloSfionjs, Eincc He -'nude Innumerable- From many tjn Oriel of tjie Eky, Angels must look wtlh raptured face Upon those lovely, Tbat we have scorned as common- place. They fade before their youth Is past; Their silver heads rise like a prayer. Not for, a truer, anr.el love. But for a tenderer human care. la simple thipgs a beauty, lies That lustres all our way. And Love speaks clear and constantly In language.o! the common day. --Albert Durrani fj PERSONAL Mr. nnd .Mrs. i. D. MacLeod and family have left for n visit at Vi'nler- ton Lakes. Mrs. li. A. Smith1 left last night to visit for a few days with Mrs. Paul Eddy, t'elger farm. Miss 'Helen Palmage of Salt Lake City is the guest of Mrs. 11. Ostlund. Mrs. )V. A, Kinuey and two children who have been visiting with Mrs. Paul Kdfiy, Fejger Farm, have returned to their home in Mrs, P. Douerty was a visitor In the city last week from niver. S Mrs. J. It. Moore who guest of Mrs. C. n. Daniel for the-'na'Jt two months led yesterday' for her home in Kansas City. i, Mrs.'E. Ncltson of has been visiting with Mrs., TJ! 0; Green, returned to her home in Milk River f Commisslonev Freeman has return- ed from Hegina, where he spent sev- eral days. Misses Constance Hcmellng and .lc-Ele Chnppell passed with honors at tho recent Toronto Conservatory of Music examinations. Both pupils of Mrs. W; II. Johnson. Mrs. T. Newton and young son, Roy, have returned lifter spending several weeks .holiday at Keuora Beach and other 'points In the cast.- .Mrs. J. B. Chambre of Kenbra, On- farib. Is spending a short time with Mrs. Newton before returning to the east. t Miss- E. Hallworth returned yester- day morning, from a trip to Vancou- ver and Banff. Mrs. Harry arrived home from Los Angeles yesterday, accom- panied by F. B. McKinnon. f L. M. Johnstone Is a visitor In Cal- gary today Miss H. Dalrymplc returned yester- day from nanff, where she' spent the last two wcekK. f Mrs. B. C. Baines and daughter, who have been visiting in tho city for a short, have relumed to their homo in Milk River. O 0 Mrs. A. U. De Fencler. wife of the Bishop of New Westminster, who accompanied her husband to the Lambeth Congress, 'has been study- Ins the system of education In the London schools. She Is also looking Into the of vocational train- Ing organized by the .British Govern' ntent for girls who had given them selves to various war services. Mrs. De Pencier visited-Leamington, to see how the classes iu inlUlnery anj dressmaking are being conducted. Mary Pickford has returned (c the Slalos after nor Britain. Mr. H. W. CarU-rlght returned lo Great Falls this morning. t Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jan-is .and chil- dren havo returned after spending holiday at the Crow's Nest ind sur- rounding district.. Wi A. Buchanan, SI.'P., and-Master Donald left last night on a'ten days trip to Prince Hupjti't and Vancouver Miss Myrtle Delay who has been leaching at Lorraine is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Owen DelaV, Hardieviile. The sister of Anna Pavlowa, tho famous Russian lancer, serving, food In n Y.W.C.A. cafeteria in New York city, while she awaits the arrtva of her sister from Europe, with whom she is to go on a dancing tour this fall. Madam Popova, as she Is called and her well knotvn sister are the only relatives living, the others, including mother and seven brothers having been killed during the war Madam Popova was brought to the United States from Russia by the Red Cross and has been witi the Inter national .Institute ol the Y.W.C.A. sinco her arrival. "f CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The members of Slkotokl Chajite; are especially, to attend, thi -I A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. PHONE 378 opening gf Aid Home corner Second Avbnua and Sth Street on''.Thursday between; the hours ol i to 6-and 7 to Mrs. Whtson's section of the 'He bckahs will meet at the home of Mrs R, Quail, 51? 7th. Avo. south on Wed nesday night at 8 o'clock The public are reminded ol the op ening 'of Aid-'Home corner .of Second avenue and NInt street Thursday' from 3 to 6 nn from 7 to A. cordial Invilalion I extended to.all. r The social which was to have bee held under the auspices of the Daugh ters and Maids of England, at th home of Mrs. G. W. Parsons tonigh has been Indefinitely pos poned owing to sickness among th members. WEDDINGS A very pretty-wedding took plac yesterday morning at ten o'clock the home of tho bride's parents, 1 5th Avenue A. south, when 'Miss Lul Wllcox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D E. Wllco-: of this city, was united i marriage to Mr. William Taylor o the Hudson Bay stall here. The britl who was attired In dainty white an carried a beautiful bouquet of pin bridal was attendee" by Mis Josie Green, Mr. D. H, Elton actln as best man. Bishop G. W. Gree performed the ceremony, the mus by Miss Viva Elton, immediately afterwards a weddln breakfast was served, the table beln very prettily decorated In a col .scheme ot yellow and white. Mis Ursula Elton and Miss Ruth Wllco dressed in the same colors, assiste In '.serving. Those, present Include the bride and groom, Mr, and Mrs. D E. Wilcox, Bishop- and Mrs. G. Green, Mr. and Mrs. D. H.- Elton, Misses Viva and Ursula Eltbri, Mis3 May Ostlund, Miss Lucilo Harvoy, Miss Helen Palmage of Salt Lake City and Josie and Viola Orceii. In the afternoon Mr, and Mrs. Tay- lor left for a trip to the coastal cities and were accompanied by a great number of friends to the station, tho bride travelling In a smart navy trl- cotine suite with tailored velvet hat rlo match aurt wearing a. cordage bou- quet of pink roses. Upon Ihelr re- lurn Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will make their homo in the Sherlock Block. A A PROMINENT PEOPLE shot, in succession to Lori Rawllu- MI, who is going to On her own autnorily Mrs. Asquith as brokea both collar all her bs, her kneecaps, has dislocated her aw and fraclured her skull. the has gashed her nose, and had five oncussions of the brain. Jlost fof- uualely for her, none of those many ccldents has left a trace behind. Even royalties house horlage as well as ordinary folk.'as or sli months Princess Mary Louise as teen living at her club, but the Ung, her cousin, is to give her u suite f apartments iu St. James Palace 6xt month. On his way to Bruesels Mr. Lloyd eorge motored from Ostend to Zee- rugge, where the details of the ever-to-be-forgotten assault were ex- lamed to him by the Admiraitv rep- Asked for his impres- lons, Mr. Lloyci George said: "I can- ot say anything. Such a story gels ou by the; throat. What devotion." One thing clouded the Royal visit Edinburgh, namely, the absence, Hrougii 111-hcall.h, of Lord Ho'seberry. he Daltoiir f Burlelgh, a tlry Scot with .1'pawky snse of hunior and a burly phy- Ique. ThtjeiaVemler Is a beloved need King and Queen, who re really anxious at tho rapid way n which ho Seems to be falling. Lord aud Lady Astor asked nil the connected with the House of Commons, and their wires, to a gar- !en pafly at Cliveden the other day. Special trains Tan from Paddington coavey the guests. Tho gardens at Cliveden are very .beautiful Just novr.s Some .Unte ago Lord Aslor had an idea of selling Cliveden, bul it Daily Fashion By Gertrude Ueresford s understood that no satlsfaclory itfer has yet teeu received for it. tonar Law IB the champion chess player of the British House of Com- ons. John Hodge, a Labor member of ho- British Parliament, has' declared ilmself as opposed to tipping, and says British 'workmen would like to :ee an end made of the custom. But he onus, he adds, is on the employ- er, not the employee. 'Today, with he readjustment of wages and all vorkers In receipt of a living wage, there Is no excuse for tipping at said Mr. Hodge. "Probably the great- est move forward would be for the governmenf to make tipping illegal, punishing both the tipper and the re- ceiver." Mrs. Philip Snowden announces :hat .she has accepted an invitation :o contest Leicester at the next Brit- 'sh election; The difference between J. W. Pratt St. P., Parliamentary Secretary of Health for Scotland, and his' politi- cal chief, Mr. Munro, Secretary for Scotland, Is apparently at an end. Mr. Prat his resignation on ,he ground 'that during the six molithB ho had held office, Mr. Mun- ro had.'never-allowed; him to do any work in his Rumor add- ed that the quarrel was a personal one, hut the cause Is unknown. His resignation has -been withdrawn, and j Don't Allow the Nicest Thing slo Slip Away From you out Seeing Them.; Come In! The New Gossard Brassiere The cmo that fits. We have a complete range of these beautiful brassieres, but for Wednesday we are if offering a line back and front 85e SUIT OF VIOLET-COLORED HOMESPUN Homes-pun in the most delectable shade of violet js.chosen for the fash- ioning ot suit. The skirt" Is made of the plaid weave In which two shades of violet are effect- ively combined. The jacket is devel oped in the plain homespun. It Is finished with- a notched coHar, over- laid hy a roll collar of tho platd. The latter "weave ia alsp-.used to Irim the cuffs and fronts' The uashing ha Is a violet trimmed with black and while .wingii-that are outlined with siher hraid Ian 'Perthshire, from Lord Perth a feViyear's-ago. It is reported itfiat; Lord Stamford- ham will private secretary to the King shortly He has been the Court for for years Queen "Victoria appointing him the son of, a Northumberland vicar to her. houeeho d whcnshe nas Captain Arthur Bigge of thd Roval Artillerv. .e. Artillery. Lord burgh estate'ia' is selling the Dry erwickshire, which he bought last year Apparently MB sole purpose in It was to be able lo hi stone Dryburs1! Abhti to the nation lie has left-for Scotland iri connection Irmce dfc-Connaurtt is 01 with the organization or' housing treraely busj for his de schemes, so evidently'a leconcllla- parture for South SBiJca Ho leaves lion has been ..eftecteB...... England about For tlio second Joseph' Hob- erls, only surviving son of Sir James Roberts, of England, has married a lady named Partington. The bride- groom Is hrother-in-law of Colonel Rutherford, who shot Major Seton under distressing circumstances last year. Sir'James Roberta used to ho owner of the town ot Saltalr, but parte'd with his interests there for two millions. -He purchased Strathal- The Prince, down in his now jaie-of October studs ing Dutch rjb has settled ltion to isit il the important centres _in the Unlbn and PrHccES hopes to accom pany him on his lour VI B Thorndjkfl, a -veil Simcpn man dconSsd dead il Br-il ford while liurrvinjr to get out of the rain.' The Fragrance of H Smart Afternoon Gowns at Reduced Prices. A very largs selection of the season's jiiost satlfsaclory styles, georgettes, soft sat- Ins, taffetas nnd crepe de chine, handsomely, embroidered patterns of sparkling ;bcads, design-, injr and. real craftsmanship In the make" these gowns a note- worthy bargain for Milady. Sizes IS'to-40.- SUMMER VOILE DRESS- ES REDyCED TO Offering a wide seloctlon of the season's most pleasing modes, featur- ing the latest innovation, including I dainty collars, vests and smart glrd- les. Some have elbow slcevo and the skirts havo draped peplums, tucks and frill of self material. monels to choose from for misses, and women. Values to S'DoO Special CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR complete assortment, nicely mado garments: lhat will give good wear aud satisfaction. CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS, ot fine quality plain and knitted cotton, in sites .to-14 mado with little sleeve or s r strap. over shoulder, drop seat, elastic at liiiee also with straight and wide urn- hrella knee A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF WHITE SILK BLOUSES Five different styles to choose from, llabulai silk, for quick clearance regular for WHITE COTTON of fins uuallty gabardiuo pique and repp, in smart tailored styles with novelty pockets, belts and trliuminsrs of ncarl Prices 1 to n 17 p O.lD CORSETS! CORSETS! Bon Tons and Royal Worcester. We have a few corsets left in this range and are closing out the lines for Tuesday f 1.00.. .Any one who wants a heavy-boned corset or a large sUe wo can fit you in this range for nf to 51.25 OHILDRET-'S VESTS of good ribbed cot- ton "with strip over shoulder or little sleeve Sizes to li1 years, or to n p prices Zbc bbc CHILDREN'S o sizes-to 16 jears. Prices AND BLOOM- white cotton. Also NEW FALL SUITS There is a -distinction of style and ox-. cellenco of materials, and a perfection of worksuausliiix iu our fall offering, thp'; equal of which w.o have yet to see. What- ever is new, smart aud desirable you will flud in our new aseorthient, iu mater- ials of .du'ietyne, vcjpur. fine serge and Colors burgundy, green, hrown, navy aud black, with smart braidings, new stitching and embroidery. Strictly up-to-date models. In sizes for misses ami women: Prices A to range from House That Women Will .Like IJUNGALOW HOUSB In stripe prinl with square neck, short sleeves, onu pocket and belt. l'7C Sizes 30 to 42. Price I.It) BUNGALOW HOUSE DRESSES, made ot good .quality'stripe prinl, with laced in front, short sleeves, one pocket, '.belt. Size's 30 to 42.' 2.25 BUNGALOW HOUSE ESSES, In good quality chambray, with two patch pock- els, short sleeves and. colors ot blue and pink. Sizes 35 to 42. -JIOUSE DRESSIiS, in checked gingham 'witti .wlille.pique, collars trimmed 'in "'fclieck; long sleeves, two pockets il nn and belt. Sizes 30 to 42. Price ri.UU I CHILDREN'S WH1TEWEAR IN A LARGE VARIETY AT VERY INTERESTING PRICES 1 Children's. Piircess Of fine quallti cotton, with 1 "-wide frill .of embroidery, and g finished- al neck and sleeves with lace and insertion. Oth- er styles are finished with wide "-lace. Sizes to IG years. I 98c to 3.75 CHILDREN'S fine qimlily collon, with round neck aud ahort sleeves, nnd prettily trimmed with lace insertion and embroidery. Olher styles b'ave kimono'sleeviernntl are finish- ed at neck and sleeve With narrow em- and heading, -Sizes to II years. 1 9C to 9 OC Prices JUui) nice quality cotton, in knickcr und w-ido umbrella knee style, buttoned at and liuished with wide frill at embroidery'and lace. Sizes lo 1C years. Anticipates its exquisite flavour. Send us a postal PARIS LONDON VIVAUbOU MONTREAL NEW YORK, LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO, 51 NOTICE Schools will reopen at S a.m. Sept. 1st. A nsimbcr of inquiries have heon At, tho onicc for room and '-oard. Any person having available iccotnmoilcitlon Will confer a favor by phoning Central School, N'o. BW. JOHN II. VLEBTWOOD, 81S-3 Secretary-Treasurer. .Three men' who aro never seen In the smoking rooms In Parliament are Sir Krlc Geddes, Sir Joseph Maday, ,tho shipping and Lord In- ver forth.-- This a great mlsloXe. says a ParllarhenUTy report- er, -for tho smoking' r6om Is' noted as a training groiihd for political oratory, anil nil three great need of Improvement' l-i this" respect. Shrewd pojlllclans arc prophesying I that Sir Brio Geddes ...will active politics for another year and then re- turn to business. As is well known, ho no longer nourishes political urn- billons. Lord Allenby Is cipected In Enjlainl shortly, aprt rumor has it that he In- tcndB to resign hfs position us High Commissioner for, I'gynt and the Sou- clan. In Unit ca-o he will probably he noDOinlcd lo the commnnd al AMor- stronE wearing solid leather shoo, in brown or black. Shades of box kip or elk leathers. Sizes S to and Sizes 11 to :13H. and 1 to and GIRLS' BOOTS I The well-known Classic Brand, strong wearers, s solid leather, laco or button stylos. I Sizes 8 to to Sizes 1 to and "Buy your work clothes at the Bay. I Our values in work clothes cannot be 1 beaten; 1 MEN'S'COMBINATION OVERALLS 5.50 PEABODYS' BLUE- DIAMOND OVERALLS AND SMOCKS The be.-t denim over- all on the nmrkot.. Price, per garment :...3.oo The Headlight brand, all sizes and lengths. Special at, sylt.......... HEN'S WORK snechl at I .51.50 pair. Other lines iu sheepskin, imiles'rfi'i, horse- 1 hide and peccary hog. -a