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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, ACC.UST 26 1920 THE LETHBRlfitiE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI Daily Fashion BY Gertrude Beresford ff v i coast and who will return to DEATH OF SUMMER aoairtimti, niiea the 553 Ss holiest, In tie daji ol sultry Aueust, With the Ereisci growing golden. And Ihu B10S603. grey and olden. Scams the summer's slowly dying, the wbliperla's- ooolar's.-.elEh There's a gentle, brooding sadness Where but yesterday was gladness., hi the ereou leafed brandies stooping, AnO tho fern-fronds steady drooping, .Vud the winds are oil repining Per tho summer's sad declining. Summer's drifting down thb -valley. Though sbo seems al limes to rally. Jliil licr breath.. Is corafng quicker. And tlio mists, are closing thicker, AnO the golden-rod is falling, All her bloom is pallug, paling! Siiimnor'3 dying, dying, dying, Arid the wind'is hoi' Like a shadow will ivnnder Till we hear from over yonder One faint bird-fioug- In- the -gloaming, To recall to us Iier roaming. NA11CISSUS. with thorn. e Miss Mibcl Butler returned yetler- day from a visit to the coastal cities. Mr. aad Mrs. A. M. Wright, who have visitors with Mr. and Mrs. R- A. Wright are leaving today for their homo In Medicine Hat. tt Sllsa L. Camerun has'rfturaeA Irtm buying-'trip m-'lne eastern" cities'. While away she visited wltt relatives In New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. t Miss Evelyn Buchanan IB expected to return neit Monday from Quebec where "she- has spent tlio last two months. ''-I1 v 4- V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ff Tonight, from 7 lo 9, tho Aid Home .will still bo open to the public, when it Is hoped everyone in- eresled will endeavour to bo present .0 look over tlie rooms. The building s located on the corner of Second Avenue and Ninth Street. v i -c- o PERSONAL' c- Mr. dnd ,Mrs. Ro'ocrt Livingstone, family.-'; accompanied by Mrs. Comer, olr Calvary, have returned from ia motor t'r'ip to Spokane and through 'the 'Valley. A ives registered at Slratclioua Hotel, Nelson, on Tues- day. i -'His Honor BrcLt has beeirln Reglna, attending a meet-' IhG of the Cauadtan Coloniza- tion association; of Tvfiich he was one the founders; Mr. W. Pratt returned yesterday front the coa.'stj'Tyhcro he spent the week. t. _. t Mies Kll4cn Dunham returned ifrom Calgary where she has been "Hiicndtng a. Tew. Jays. Mr. J. oi the Calgary Her- and Mrs. WcxiCs. are traTC.l VbfoiiRh the country with the Impor- ial IJTCES party Rnu will so through tUeni (o Ibc CDASI. C t '.Mr. E. M. Hylar.ds left ycaterdiy r-rtenioon lo join at the coast. r MlEF of Toronto, has Junl r.rrivcd to assist in Camerun's .Vrs. McXab ar-1 Miss Kate McNnb have returned from a holiday spent 4 t- DON'T HAVE TO SCRUB __ women quit- ting Iheir Prohibition hiving made 11 unnecessary for them to do lo Information' ob- tained by Inspectors ot the Minimum Wage Division of the Stale Depart- ment of Labor and' Industries. In license times, office building managers told- the Inipectors, they liad no difficulty In recruiting scrubbing EQuada from 'women forced lo support their families became their husbands were drunkards. Under prohlbitloD, the women Eaid, thoy had more money for household needs and did not have to undertake the'tiring labors ot the. scnibbhig brush and ckc.o'ut; family'sup- i- MILUiHERV' i COMING THIS FALL v Here is a smart costume for the girl who goes to business or even for her; sister when she directs tho business' In_ her home. The shirt Is made'of crossbar dimity and Is'cut on man- nish lines. It Is finished vith. cuffs and collars ot the same fabric. They' are prettily 'edged with spall pleat- ings of dimity. Down the frout the pleatin'gs are of Irregular width. The skirt Is cut from a. light weight cafe au lait velours. Beneath the yoke, which extends around the sides and back, eilends a series of knife pleat- ings. A belt of brown leather and a He of silk In the same shade complete the costume. at Banff and various Rockies. points in the Mrs. Vf. H. Morris has returned to Without a donbl millinerr will bo less expensive this fall Ihui in any season.during the panf fiur or Jlvo years. It TBS. aDnbbnced at the fall fnshlon ehow ot tbe Retail Ulllmery Association of America, held In New Yoffc recently, ihst millinery would this" owing to tbo success of seasons for mil- campaign. Retail millinery merchauls In 01 laiva state that this Js finite true; tliat-.the are not. mak- ing their hats suci expensive materials, and that there Is a general tendency among T.-omen to nay less for (heir headgear and to purchase tvo hats with the mo'ncy with which llioy formerly bougul one. This Is a great desl more econom- r, 11ILD ID rt b afternoon and evening frocks of lace or ot-embroidered net are quite-in the limelight. They are very and dainty, and with lace are dycd'ih practically all fashionable cole-re 'a great deal of variety aud ality are possibles fe 3 Millinery will be less oxpnnsivo this thefsuccess of the seasons for millinery" campaign, i was announced yesterday at the fat fashion ot the Retail Mlllinei America. Jlr. D. 6t the'Merchants' Bank elaff )ius lioon tronaferred lo tho branch-at Lacomhc And Ictt at tho beginning of the week to lake lip his now duties; -Ijllllc Miss Klldou Brander who has bccn-sulferinK froni an attack of scarlet, feyer'is now'rnnch betlef and ahio to' be lip. Mr. A. and fam- ily who hive Been holidaying at SVat-' erton token returned vesterday to'th'o cllv. Whllo Ihera they had-as tholr- Kuests Mr. and Mrs. Drake and dimgli- tcr, Hazel. .o( Medicine TIT, aud Mrs. Ditoir'of the unnic place, on their way throogh 16 Glacier. and Mrs. John VasolenaV re- turned tills morning from IsWlr trip Id the coast. Messrs. J. Livingstone- and..T. Hiii- uer havo gono hy motor lo lo -spend holiday. They will lie iolnnd thirc by Mrs. Livingstone noil Mrs. 'llutncr who have beon vliltlne al tho her of more eipenBiio ones. -'t GENERAL Ixwd are too walls, of those who are buying furnishings folk this pring, but there are soms other pros- pective matrimonial candidates who src very quiet, yet they ,are suiter- Ing, for Instance, there Is a certain young man In town who three years ago thought a cetraln girl was posi- tively the only one In the world. Ho bought her ens of those simple lltllo diamonds, price Jast flSO. Later they agreed to disagree before It was too Into, hut she kept the little token as some girls do who do not read "What's Wlul" in the Ladles' Homo Journal. Tills spring toe young man found what he positively knows is the only girl in the world. Just lo nrovo It he decided that she must have R far, fur belter .ring than tho modest f 150 LLOYD GEORGE AS A SINGER -Will'.Ibs bejvday of your life llnd .you jjlvfni; or taking ord- erB7s It'In entirely up to you! Either prepare yourself for het- ter.things or bo doomed to FAt-t TERM OPENING Day School ..........Sept. lit. Night School ........Sept. 2nd. Office open for enquirers every day "from 0 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on August 3011 and 31st, from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Write or Phone for Free dialogue. Gnrbutl Business College Lethbrldge Office Phone 1315; Ret. 1531 Tho Tlrltlfih Prime Minister shewn (ho NfUlontTi at a recent (jalhcrlnc In llic Old Mr, Lloyd Ocorio has sained 6omo dls- tlnclloj] ft _.. A name which has ways had trie confidence of the Housewife. John Gilmore Ltd. Bakers PHONE 378 Are The Children All Ready For September 1st? We've made extensive preparations to assist in every p ossiblc way the problem of equipping the children for school. Sturdy suits for the boys, practical dresses for the girls, strong, durable boots and stockings. All are here in splendid assortment, everything helpful to pzjents has been considered, the values are excellent and the selections practically unlimited. Sglendid Assortment of Boys am! Girls'Boots Growing Girls' Shoes In black or browu eliadus ot calf leathers with good fleslble- sewn eolea, 8 aud 5 inch IOPE, medium or walking heels. Sizes QJ; and y nr T Ol f D Ihekapper Shoe tor Boys A slrong wearing solid leather slioe, iu brown or black. Shades of bus kip or elk leathers. .Sizes S lo and SlZC-5 II to and Sizes 1 to and SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MIDDIES The new Balkan mldily. 6 years to IS years. The slip-over with the forgo collar and the Jack Tar. Buy middles al tbo 13ay ihls week. CHILDREN'S TAMS AND HATS We arc showing a com- plete range of children's, lams and bats. In the beau- tiful plushes, velvets and wool. Before purchasing' we Invlto you to see this beautiful range ot' slrls" ha'.s. PULLOVER SWEATERS FOR THE LITTLE MISS 10 to 14 years. Vine quality wool, large tailor collar, turned back cults. Color, red trimmed In Ereen. Special value at--. 4.50lo 5.50 FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS OF GOOD QUALITY MATERIAL Lone sleeves, anVJo length, drop feat, ID plain white or wlilto trimmed In. nlle blue. Vo ry com f y for t li e cool nights. Ages 6 to li years. Very priced. CHILDREN'S GOWNS to Ot white flannelette, Bood lull style, high neck, locg sleeves, gathered on yoke, daintily tucked, oth- ers with collar and cults embroidered. Splendid as- sortment. Ages 6 to 11 years. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' GINGHAM DRESSES Made ot extra good quality gingham and print 1u smart styles, some wilh full gaUier- ed eklrt attached lo high waist and collar and cuffs trimmed in contrasting shad- ci. Others have boa pleated 5Xlrts with fancy waist, In pretty plaids and in colors ot rose, blue, sand and plain colors. Sizes 2 to H years. j 1.35lo 7.98 Very Beautiful Range of Children's Coats From the wee tot to the young miss. Wonderful variety of colors. Tho young miss who Is just startles school will pay mother to visit Ihls department before buying. MATTING- LUNCH BASKETS, JuEt.lhe basket to carry lunch- es ill.' SVell maoe, two catches and rlvcled ce and op ODC ODC CHILDREN'S COTTON In- blacR, brown anil Sizes from 5 lo 7. Spe- cial, 3 pair lor.......... HOSE white. 1.00 School Children's Trunk If you happen to be sending any children uway lo will want a good strong trunk. 19 Inches high. IS la'hcs wide and 36 Inches long, canvas covered, iron bouud and heavy liardvrood slats. Two' leather fllraps. Fancy paper lining with tray. Priced lor the school o children p.t..................... BOYS' r ODD tweed, worsted and" corijurcy. Priced from, pair-.. 2.50to 4.50 MOTHERS CLEVER WITH A NEEDLE CAN MAKE MANY LITTLE GAR- MENTS WITH THESE FABRICS ANDERSON'S all pretty plaid fhades; last colors, suitable for children's school dresses. 32 inches wide. Special price, OF yard.................................... O3C- galalea 'in stripe effecls, light or dark shadea.suitable for wear. 32 Inches vvldo. Special, yard 45c Start the GINGHAMS AND Ifehtor dark shades for children's school wear. Very special value we are offering in this line oC goods, regular 50c. Special, yard weight shirting-In blue and white stripes only. 32 Inches wide. Regular OQ price 65c. Special, yard ._................ J3C Our range oE new fall suits for boys com- prise the .very noivesl models and styles: our prlcea'are the lowest possible consistent ith Ihe high quality merchandise. Fancy Iwccils aud worsted suits In the form tit, loose belt style; ,ilso some with pleated back md loose bell. Priced to THE SUIT BOYS' COMBINATIONS Underwear In-good weighl ribbed cotton, wool and colton and all wool qualities. Pric- ed to Suit BOYS' CAPS In fancy tweed and worsteds. Priced from, each -t r i 10 2.00 CHILDREN'S FINE RIBBED COTTON1 HOSE In black only in all sizes: Priced at...... HEAVY RIBBED BUSTER BROWN STOCKINGS -In black only, in all slz, Priced at PENMAN'S FINE RIBBED HOSE lu black and brown, a stock- ing for school wear. In all Priced at GREY TWEED Very sullabla for hoys' BO inches wide. Two bolts only lo sell- 30cto50c 75cto95c .59cto75c PENMAN'S HEAVY RIBBED STOCKINGS In black and brown. In all sizes. Priced at.........'.. 65cto90c Yw Will Be Charmed fth the lEmillOII JUB BOYS' wool and cotton mixtures and nil wool. Button shoulder and closed neck Each8......2.00lo 5.00 NEW COATINGS In vclour, tweeds, checks and blanket In a variety of shades. All SI in. wide, ranglnc up 4.75 M-lh BROADCLOTH In nesv ol wine, navy -TH! green. 1'cr 7.50 SERGES JUST fN In shades of brcnvD, navy, roil, old rose, copcnliaKen, green and reindeer. 42 Inches wide. Yard 3.50 Heavy Weight CharmeuEe Satin In turquoise blue, Copenhagen, taupe, navy, rose, black and 3S Inches wide. 5.75 BOYS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS plain end fancy .striped camlirics, good waalilug mater- ials and strong wearers. ana1.75 1.50 BOYS' New shipment dt Boys' Suspcndcnr, lho strongest on the uiarkel; In all sizes. Prlco, per pair................ 50c Suits, Dresses and Plush Coats for Fall These oiylcs held the list of favorite fur Till wear- We have them in a large variety o( models, all of Ihem a delight to Ihe eye and nono ot them expensive. New Fall Suits, Prices to Slrlclly up-to-date models portraying Ihe sea- son's newesl slyle Innovnlloim. There Is a different- ness of line. excellence of materials and a nerfcc- lion of workmanship In theso Euilsi Uiat stamp Ihem out of the realm of the commonplace. Made of vel- ours, duvctyn, sllvertone, fine wool sor.Ke and trlco- line, with new collars, new stllchiiiBS anil braldhisa and lots of billions. Colors of navy, brown, Pckin blue burqumly, sand checks, and navy. Sizes 1C to Tailored Dresses for Fall and Autumn Wear at to Kmnrl, snappy style. Dresses lhat will win favor by their nttrci-tlrc styling, excellent fnsdlonins ami tine tailoring. Made ol such jlopular materials as Irlrotln-! and ftno wool Bureu. fc-atu-lns collars, girdles hfindforoi- hrohlsrlcs In silk, braid and lridr.sf.ciU have a great many pleats autl are stlil plioivInK ncrorJIon plcals. Colors of navy and black: nil for misses anil lauiua. Filtcs lo SMART NEW JERSEY AND SERGE DRESSES to Developed 111 excellent iiiiall'.y ot matrrinls. rrclllly made In girlish alylea, plcalfd skirts mlorned with bralj ami bulton Irimmlng, lailoreil I.ell. Very smart and practical lor school wear. .Ages 6 lo II years. New Plush Feature of Apparel Gurnenls that .convey an Impression of rcgalness and lusiirloiisncss as no other material can. Garments of'u-annlh ond beauty evidencing au originality of Idea In designing and cleverness In making, yet very reasoa. ably priced: Plush In short sporl Etylo, Aus- Imllan opossum :fur collar, Inoso coat, bell- ed, fancy pocfccts, ll.ied floralsalln. ICC ftfi Size 33. 10D.UU plush Wilh soft crushed collar, full swing bacV, rargu Blceve, Ijclt across lined floral Eatln. Hlze 36. -jiir nn 1'rlco Crlsco, 9s, per lln Crisco, 6s, per tin ?2.45 Crlsco, 3s, per Crisco, per tin..........45c Clark's Pork Beans, tin.. 25c Van Camps Pork A. Beans, per tin Navy Beans, 10 Ibs. for.....95c Cream of Tomato Soup, Heinz, per tin 18e Clirfstic's Soda Biscuits, per Freestone Peaohts; case !3.25 ALL KINDS FRESM FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Salt's Plush Coal In now choker collar, loose stylo. belt all round, fancy pock- ct-i-aod trimming of largp fancy Jet buttons. Sizes 30 and 42. 7Q r ft Price Sail's Seal Coat In short sport slyle wilh large, soft, cniBlied collar, looso back, large sleeve, with hell, in front and slip rockets, lined fancy willow ellk. 36 Smart Suit Blouse Wllh convertible collar, front trimme'l with clusters ot (Ino tucks. lyonc slcpvos with turned back culfe, shades of Ilosh, grey and whito. 1'rlCD Very Smart With rouiul neck, hack aud. froul has finarl Horal design embroidered In contrast- ing colors. Short klmona sleeves finished with two broad tucks and hemstitch- Ing, Colors of blua, dawn, cherry, peach, flesh and WlUlC Price 12.50 softs. omnanoi INCOPPORA TCO l67O Q1! i 7 J. ;