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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI PHONE POPPY-TIME IN THE ARCTIC c Tho cliffs of lei) aro singing, as tho 'wind.sweeps softly by. Tho air is fillerli'ivltb. nius.Ic .of people'Qf the sky. AhJ barren hiniK aro laughlug wllh a smilp of purest.gold, For It'B portpy-linlo In the'Arftlfjaud world has Jusfbjcn lold. 'I'hc long, Is'.pvcr-and the 'day his loine' again v To cheer the hearts of mankind wllh comfort after, pain. Aud whit'It one has sulfcred at the strenglh of the wintry blast? There's an end to gloom In- the North- land and tho end is here at last. Just cups ot yellow it means so much lo be. Way up here in the Ntirlhland where a man Is really free. For one may sec-the dawning, with God.al every hour. Of Ihe only place that's if llos within a flower. Jenkins be 0 In public health nirsici held for one year at tho OblrersIlT of London, England. This WAI award- ed by the Canadian Red Cross Society. C. D. MacKJntoEh. who has been In Banff for tho past week, has returned to the city. II. Osllund lefl yesterday afternoou for a trip to Seattle. r. .j. SOCIAL' c- t. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Iliginbotham have ;is" their guest for a week the latler'a Nlchol, ol Ion. Mrs, K. H. Smith and daughter'who Lave been vlsltliiK in Vancouver, have 'returned to tho city. .-They, were-ac: companlcd by Miss Florence Thomas: Mrs. W. .1. Dlion who has been the euost of Mrs. W. P. Roy lolt left yes- terday'lo return to her home-In Eik- horn. Manitoba. Sho Calgary en route. .wlll visit In sister, Mrs.-.E. S. Jackson, left last night-for her. homo In Manollck, On- .arlo. She was. accompanied as far s Se'dlcln'e liat by her Elster, Miss rcne Johnston. U. A. Smith Is on a business visit lo Cardstov today. Mr. and. Mrs. C. Asplund .of Coal- Oalo passed.'through the clly yester- day on their .way to Baaff and Laic Louise. Miss Elsie jysirymplo returned at the beginning 61 the week from Band, where sh'o has been holidaying.' Mrs. Aehcrofl and daughter are spending a holiday In Vancouver.. U. Barrowman returned this week from a visit at the coastal cities. E. Downing of Medicine Hat, Is a visitor In thop city today, m Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Masoa were vis- itors in Calgary this week. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Allen, of Edmonton have been making a mqlor lour of Southern Alherti for the I'asl few weeks and were Banff visitors a( Iho beginning of the Mr. J. Ravage Is a visitor In the clly today from Calgary. Mrs. R. W. Long and daughter aro spending a holiday al Nelson. Mr. David Thompson ol Fairbanks, Alaska, is in Ihe .city vifltlng friends en route to' a visit In Scotland. Misses' Lorna and Edra Young of Calgarv, arc guests of theln aunt, Mrs. C. W. Pickup, 13th St. Mr.- and Mrs.' J. S.._Farraes of Xeb- have been tbe guests of Mr. and' Mrs. TV M. Huff, h'avo left lor Browne, dlrcclor of tho .-School of Hygiene for thc.Depart- ment of Saskalchewan, Daily Fashion By Gertrude Utresford About fifty couples wore present at the dance given ny the C. P. R. Social! and Athletic Club last evening lu the Masonic Ilall. This marks the open-1 Ing of Iho fall season for Ihe club, j and K tnelr future 'dances' turn out lo bo as successful as thai held last! Dtght, Ihey promlso lo.lie very popular events during tho coming'season. c tf ff f. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v v -f The public arc reminded ot the op- ening of the Travellers'. Aid Homo lo- morrow afternoon and 'evening. e Dominion Rebekah Lodge Xo. will meet on Thursday evening al S o'clock In Ihe Oddfellow's hali. The degree will be conferred. Visiting sisters and brothers welcome. Members of. the Mathesls Club aro cordially invited to call and 1-ipn- tho Traveller's Aid Home, corner 9th. street and afternoon. Avenue on Thursday The monthly meeting of the Wom- an's Missionary Society of the United Miss Johnston who has meni OL r.aucauou, aasgaicnewan, been spending the slimmer with her Ilia's been awarded a scholarship ol Thursday afternoon. ftusbands of the members and all honorary mem- berg are cordially invited. Kindly be present to leave the United Hall at o'clock. Lunch, will bo served after the program. Should the weather be unfavorable the meeting will bo hellj ID the hall at 3 p.m. The usual Wednesday night dance under Ihe auspices of Ihe Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. E. will be held at tho exhibition grounds tonight. Cannoneers' Jazz baud In attendance. WEDDINGS ALSTON A very pretly wedding took place ot Magraih on nlonday'night, August 23rd, when Miss Celc'stlc Alston, bridal roses. The marriage took place at Ihe home- of thn bride's sister, Mrs. R. Fletcher, Iho house being ar- tistically decorated with the season's flowers, anil Immediately aUcnvards a buffet lunch was served, About one hudred guests were present, the evening being spent in. Cancing-on the porch and Ihe well-lighted lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Asplund left yesterday r a trip lo Banff aud Lake Lonlso and upon Ihelr return will reside In Coaldale. The bride his mauy friends in -LethLridge, having been connected with the Telephone staff here for the past Iwo years. McFARQUHAR A pretty wedding took place OQ Wednesday morning, Aug. 11, at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. George McFar- Maclcod, when Ihclr second daughter Helen was united in mar- riage lo WwarJ Osboruc Plnnoll ot Calgary, Rev. J. Kennedy officiating. Tho bride, who wore a gown'of pea- cock blue satin with gold lace, a hat to match and corsage of pink and while roses, c-ntcrcd tho drawing room on tho nrm of her father to the [strains of a wedding march played by Miss Fern Hovls. Miss Florence Me Farqahar acted as bridesmaid, and E Ruble of Nobleford as groomsman. The out-of-town gussls ware: Mrs F. Plnnell, mother ot tha groom, Cal gary; Miss G. McFarquhar, Calgary; Mr. and -Mrs. Kublc. Noblcford; -Miss F- Ruble, Calgary; Mr. Hurch- man, Nobleford, and Miss Madge 13ea son, Nobleford- Mr. and Mrs. left by motor trip through the for a two weeks' mountains. v WHY BRIDES WEAR VEILS v PAGE THIRTEEN, ,he third, where- ho let It remain with au 'Amen." Took the Cake The custom of wearing a wedding veil Is tine of the most widely adopt- ed In the world. Ixmg years ago a bride went lo Ihe marriage ceremony with her hilr hinging over her face, and U Is'from Ihls custom thai tho wedding veil is lo have originated. Eating a special cake at weddings is a custom lhat is very ancient. The early Romans broke a cake over the brlde-'s head as a symbol of plenll- fulness. In the Middle Ages hund- reds of guests were entertained at wedding which lasted several days. A huge jilte ot .small, richly- flavored cakes were heaped at the head of the table bflora the bride and groom. After kissing each other over Ihem for luck, these cakes were broken Into squares over the brldo's head, and were Ihen scrambled for by Ihe guests and tarried away to bring luck. Alter a time Ihe Idea was con- ceived of making the cakes In one mass and Icing them, and that was the first wedding- cake. The custom of throwing a shoe af- ter the- bride for luck Is a survival of an old Dlble custom, when a shoe was taken off ps a token thai cer- tain rights of possession were sur- rendered. At one time women were 'considered the property of tholr father or nearest male relative, and a Saxon husband hung a then -a symbol of a prominent place In the bride's home. Why "Best Man" lu the East, still, a Jewish father, on the marriage of his (laughter, pre- sents a shoe to tne bridegroom as u token tho I he yields up his rights In her.' In "early days when force reigned 1 v supreme, Ihe Anglo-Saxon lover pro- cured his bride by simply lying in Even In this dull, materialistic age Church will be held at the lake on there aro lew to whom e. wedding ThursdjV nf A 10VCly tO 5lll> OVCr SheCr _-f pictured here. henna colored duvciyn. not conjure up some memories, sweet or bitter, and Intermingled iVnes and romance, Answers. The time is far distant when even the most matter-of-facl" brlde.Mvould not resent the disappearance' of cer- tain marriage customs, for, It super- stition be justifiable at all, It Is >it weddings. v Take Ihe wedding ring', for in- stance, which is always worn ou .Ihe Ihlrd finger ol Ihe left hand, be- cause, according lo .superstition, a. certain small artery proceeds straight froih the heart to .the termination, of that finger. Another explanation Is .that al oue time the custom was for tho bride- groom to place the" ring -on Ihe thumb of the bride with Ihe "In the name of the chang- ing it to the first finger with "and ot the to the second finger with "and of Iho Holy and then to sleeve openings. An Interesting decor- ation is revealed In the broad bands of angora that distinguish Its fronts. These are made In a lovely shade of gray thai accords well with Iho russet tones of the cloth. Two small pieces of the latter arc placed upon the nngora and skillfully con- ceal Ihe fastening of this cloak'. Tho hat Is developed In gray felt, faced wllh henna lalfeta on Ihe upturned brim. daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Alston of Magrath, and Chester Asnlund of .Coaldale, son of Mr. and }Irs. 0. T. Asplund of Barhwell, were united in marriage. Bishop Levl Harkcr per- formed the eereropny, the bride- look- Ing lovely In ,a_gown of cream laco and carrying a.beautiful bouquet of wait for' her, clubbing her, and drag- ging her off. As the lady sometimes was pursued by her friends, the-lov- er -'would generally have a friend to hch) him draw them off In another direction, or to fight them. This frjen'd Is probably tho origin of "best man." Though a bride's aljlre may be varied, in some rural districts In Yorkshire neither blue nor green must be worn' by both colors being considered particularly un- lucky. Even royalties suffer from nouso shortage.as well as ordinary .folk, ns for months Princess Marie Louise has been living at her club, but Ihe King, her cousin, Is Id give her a suite or apartments In St. James' Pal ace next month. Your Future Will the hey-day ot your Ufa lind you giving or taking ord- ers? It is entirely up to you! Either prepare yourself for bet- ter things or be doomed to everlasting toll. FALL TERM OPENING Day School Night School ........SepLZnd. Office open for enqnlrers GTBry day from 9 a.m. to 1 tun. anil on August 2Sth, 30th and 3Ut, from 3 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Write or Phone for Frea Catalogue. Garbult Business College Lethbrldge. Office Phone 1315; Reg. 1S31 Anyway, a bald-headed man doesn't havo to scold his wife for mislaying his comb, lie can part his hair with a towel. A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. PHONE 378 i A More Convenient and Roptfty Arrangement of the Various Departments A More INTENSIVE SPECIALIZING in the Lines We Intend fo Carry THESE FEATURES COMBINE TO DEMONSTRATE, MORE FORCIBLY THAN EVER AGAIN THIS THAT IT'PAYS TO. .SHOP CLARKE'S. FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE ARE FEATURING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WHICH SHOULD CROWD THIS BIG STORE WITH SCORES OF ENTHUSIASTIC LOOKERS AND BUYERS.------SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN THE WAY OF AN INITIAL SHOWING OF NEW FALL SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, SWEATERS, WAISTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES ETC., IN GREAT VARIETY; AND OTHER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN THE WAY OF FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES ON THE BALANCE OF OUR YARD GOODS STOCK, AS WELL AS ON ALL SUMMER EVERY DESCRIP- TION. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO GAIN BIG SAVINGS, AND AT THE SAME TIME TO INSPECT AN EXTENSIVE SHOWING OF THE NEW ;MODELS IN OUTER; GARMENTS FOR FALL. New Suits' Are Superb Without any hesitation we pronounce them by far Ihe finest slyles showu by this Etoro- plain and fur trimmed garments, which for richness and attracllrcnoss of style aro lha very finest you will sec anywhere this -season. 7 Suits of finest serges, tricolines, broadcltlh s. gabardines, velours, etc.; all small, medium niul largo sizes. Colors black, navy, brown, 'burgundy, etc. tfifk Aft to 1 nn Prices IjOU.UU t'Uft TRIMMED SUITS. of finest velours an d broadcloths, a lovely showing of moat attractive styles, colors' brown, laupo, burgundy, reindeer, uavy, etc. Trimming ot rn to Hudson Scnl, Oppossum, Beaver, etc. VvAiOU eautiful Showing of FALL COATS Iho lint word in slyies, shown In Ibo grantest variety o[ models wo havo ever had lo show; '.iBes one, and In auy case, not moro than two of a confined exclusively to this Lclhbridge. Wraps nrc the.season's loose, flowing lines, beauti- ful materials, all colon, self or lurgo fur ft A lo An collars and cuffs...................... Plush and Broad-tall flush oscluslvo with Ihls slore. Mack and colors. All silk and silk plushes, Ann flA Self fur tJHbiJU .plDD.UU CLOTH COATS IN MANY SPECIAL VALUES. wool vel- ours and polo cloths In great variety of jr Art to AA styles New Style Dresses Serges, Tricotines, Silks, Satins, Georgettes, in al! regular and extra.large sizes up to 48; short and Jong sleeve styles, featuring strongly the very latest and ever-becoming models to be.so much in demand this season in knife, box and accordeon pleats, Serge Dresw, Silk Dresses, CLARKE CO. That offers you this opportuntly of saving many, many dollarn during tho next three dayn, on merchandise.that la of the highest slnndard of quality, but which we are offering nov; for final clearance at prices much below present replacement valuca. We are discontinuing all yard goorjs; we're cleaning up all summer goods; we're featuring other special week-end lines savings of fered are well worth your prompt investiga- tion. Dainty Floral Voiles and Muslins 56c Itegular 76t valuo in light and medium colored grounds. 27 lo 29 inches wide. i Special Romper Cloth 44c Much below present wholesale; 29 inches wide; navy, butcher, blue and white grounds with neat stripes anil figures. Special Value Cilktaf Lining 37c Colors croon, taupe, nftvy, grey, purple, red, pink; 36 Inches wide; wonderfully cheap at tho price. Special Quality Velta Flannel 52c Regular Goc; shown In iionlStripes and plaids suitable for children's wear, dresses and pyjamas; 32 Inches wide. Splendid Showing Cretonnes 94c Regular {1.25 value; hnndsomo designs aod colorings In floral nnd conventional designs. Cream Pure Wool Flannel negator value; very flno and soil; Belling at lei's than hult present value lo clear. A BIG.TABLE OF SELLING AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. Scores of useful ends of dress goods nnd silks, flannels, and flannclctlc; staples and wash cretonnes find draperies, klmona cloths, velours, etc.. that you can use (or yourBOlf or for children's wear In ninny easy marked at new celling prices for final clearance. Brocade Mercerized Linings Regular J1.7B J2" Indies wide; shown In a splen- did.variety ot colors.- Novelty; Plaid Wool Suiting 94c Reguhr vnlue; 36 Inches xyldo; shown In a var- iety of colors such RS sky, pink, green, grey, etc. Beautiful Novelty Silks up to full yard wide; a lovely collection of richest colorings In checks, plnUls nud stripes. Beautiful Quality Novelty Plaids Itcsuhr value; 38 to 42 Inches .wide; shown In spjemllrt variety, suitable lor odd skirts ,and children's wear. Excellent Quality Fine Wool Poplin A variety of colors In blue, burgundy, green, 33 inches wide. 27-inch Embroidery Flouncing Special 94c Fine, dalnly designs, flounco arid hemmed edge, .very scarce goods, selling below present wholesale, ALL OTHER LINES OF YARD GOODS SELLING AT FINAL CLEARING PRICES. ;