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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FfUDAY. AUGUST 27, THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERAL1> liJisafc, MIL ADI PHOSB 1321 iOlemuized on Wednesday, August ISth at Kdgerton, Kansas. Too brldo Is a sister of Mrs. Ben Montgomery and Mrs. Chas. Hart of Plachor Creek, aud whllo visiting ihere a couple of years ago madu many friends. 4 THE SONG MY PADDLE SINGS f West wind, blow from your- prairie nest, .Blow from the'mountains, blow from the -west. The sail is Idle, the sailor, loo; 0, wind of the west, we wall for you! lilow, blow, I have wooed you But never a favor you bidiow. You rock your cfadrt ide hills' between, But scorn to notice my while lateen. August Is laughing across the sky, Laughing .while paddle, canoe and I Drift, drift, Where the hills uplift On either side of tho current swift. .Tho river rolls in Its rocky bed; My paddle is plying its way ahead; Dip. dip, While the waters flip In foam as over their' breast we slip. And up "on the hills against the sky, A flr rocking its lullaby. Swings, swings, its emerald wings. Swelling the song that my paddle slugs. Pauline Johnson. .1 V PERSONAL llayo'r W. P. Teskey, of Carniahgay Is ill In 'the Van Haarlem hospital having recently undergone an operation for appendicitis. :'Hlss Blelchey, cily librarian, is ok- pected to return'tovt he tity at the be- ginning, ot. tho. week the east, i .where she has been visillng during the 1 sflmmer monthsV She will be accom-' panied by Bletcher. llr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller of Car- mangay were visitors in the city this week. W. G. Bade, of Walla Walla, Wash., Is.visiting her daughter, Mrs. G; II. Dunning, 1225.3rd Avc. S-. p. Simpson and her guests' Mvs. Lowe and _itrB. Eaman wero vis- iujrs :tt Iron 'Springs this week with jj'rs. W. J. Hulherford. _ of elty yesterday with h'ef Siece, Mrs. Arthur Hayr, en roule lo her homo in Detroit after .a visit at coastal cities. ;.Mrs. 13. A, Smith-who was a visitor In" Lethbfidge'for a couple of days has returned'to hc-r home iu Mrs. Caltler who recently arrived In too city-from''England owing to the 'illness of her son, who is ill in tho hos- lillal here, has gone on, to her home a! Nnnaimo. Miss Isabel Simpson, who has been spending a short time In tho city, has returned to her home in Winnifred. Slie'was accompanied' by her sister, JVfre. Harold Beattli and Infant daughter. Mr. and J. K. Hodgson aud fam- ily arrived In.Ihe city yesterday (rom ftdmdnton.1 Mr. is entering upon nls new, duties BS Superlntea- of'schools.-; 'Miss -Lucllc Honspool has gone to Foremost to begin" her 'duties In the Consolidated school for the year. a Miss Emma Kolden api Miss Mag- gle FraBer.were visitor's IQ the city this .week'from and Mrs. Keith Bell, Kirk- ham left today for a few weeks visit to 'Calgary and the coast. f Miss Rao C. of the Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music has re- turned from her vacation scent on the Kootcnay Lakes and Intervening and will resume her classes in Lethbrldge, Coaldale and Taber. Mr. A. 0. Spence has returned after holidaying at Glacier and Walerton Lakes. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Connor, accom- panied by the former's mother and sister, Mrs. M.- and -Miss M. Conno'r. have returned from a mot- or trip to through the Col- umbia. points !n the Rockies. r .Mrs; J.'G. Harper, Mrs.'G. H: Dun- ning and her mother, Mrs. A, G. Hade, :.Mra. E. L. Copland and Mrs. J. C. Spencer were visitors with Mrs. Rog- ers at' Commerce', on- Wednesday af- ternoon; Miss Helen Talmage who has .been the guest H.. Ostiund has re- lumed :to i her home in Salt Lake Citf. .j I" >Irs. of is' en- tortainihg-'to'day !n of Sfrsl G. H. Dunning and Mrs. W. G. Bade. 9 Miss Mccarty who has been spend- ing the last -week with Mrs. H. Ost- iund, has returned to her homo in Ray- mond. y- Mrs. McEachenv and daughter. Miss Charlotte McEachern have left for Cal: gary, where the latter will attend Normal School. Miss Eileen is expected to return next Tuesday from a motor trip to Portland, and other coastal cities. s- SOCIAL Daily Fashion By Gertrude Bcrcsford Tho Baptist Sunday school picnic was held Wednesday afternoon at I'Slaftdrd's River Bottom and was well siisn'ilcd by -hoth the children, and their parents. There were special games lor the children under tho sup- ervision of Miss Hazel Keith. Ilaces were held for both y.oung and old, i after which a dainty, lunch was serv- ed by thc'ladies' to whom much credit is due for tho bountiful repast sup- plied. ThV Sunday School wishes li thank those In charge for the splen- did way in which everything was man- aged. Mr. and Mrs. M, Dunsworth enter- tained very delightfully on Wednes- day evening In honor of their guests Professor and Mrs. I. F. 'Lever, of Iowa Kalis, Iowa. About twenty guests were present, enjoying an ev enlng of music and a general good lime. At Ihe conclusion Mrs. Bun worlh served a very dainty luncheo Professor Leyer, who' is President of Ellsworth College, and Mrs. -Lever, who Is In charge of the business course in the same school, are leav- ing fihorlly lo visit .in Banff before.re- turning to their home. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES- The Travellers' Aid committee wish lo thank all those who assisted In any way in making the opening of the Home a success, also those who con- tributed cakes and flowers, and Mr. J. W. Bawden for tho loan of chairs, They also wish to thank the public for their voluntary contribution ol towards the expenses of the Homo. C PAGE THIRTEEN OPENING OF TRAVELLERS' AID HOME In a greased liakinj dish, sprinkle each layer of peaches wilh sugar and a little cinnamon, dot wnu two table- spoonfuls of butter, injur three-quart- ers cup of water over all. and bake 35 minutes in A moderate oveu. Quite 'a number of people took ad- vantage of. the opportunity given the public yesterday afternoon and eve- ning to visit .tho Travellers' Aid Homo. Mrs. John Crais. treasurer, was at [he door, being relieved at later per- iods by Mrs. Perry and Mrs. T. Key. Members of the Travellers' Aid committee received tho guests, these being Mrs. J. K. Loverlng Mrs. Johu Craig Mrs. D. A. Simpson, aiid Miss Cameron. The tea tatle, daintily dec- orated vrftli the season's flowers, was presided over during the afternoon by Mrs. P. W. Downer, later bolus' relieved by L-. M. Johustono. The assistants were Mrs. Frank Colp- man, Mrs! 0. B.; Cope, Miss Maisie Bon-man and Miss Helena Simpson. In the evening Mrs. F. Stoitze aud Mrs. J. K.'Loverlng were In charge of the tea table assisted by }1rs. I1. Colpman and Miss Dorothy Stafford. A glance about the home convinced the visitors ol the wisdom of the re- cent "move, as there are now accom- modations for a much larger number of travellers, there being five bed- rooms as well as a large sitting room, kitchen, halls, etc. Ail of theso have been newly decorated and attractive; ly fugnlsh'ed and their appearance speakB-wcll for tho activity of the committee In charge. The Travellers' Aid work has grown, to such propor- tions that larger quarters have been found necessary and many remarks were heard yesterday, afternoon as to. the splendid work that has ueen done by Miss Cameron- In this I 119 young girls alone having heen as- j ststed last year, not to mention many others to whom help was given, and the meeting of 2321 trains.- Peach Betty "Arrange one cup of bread crumbs and one and one-half cups (two-thirds can) of canned sliced peaches which have been drained, In alternate layers The Hit of the Season For Every. Boy You want blfn good andheaHhv, You wapl him big and ttroug Then riveiiimspurcTvoolJtrscy Made his fncnd Koi Ivocg. him romp with all his rixor He'a Ihe best ia tht laV ocj s mi If up, If he wfars a Bob g BranO Sob Loaf BOB LONG Pure Woo) Worsted Jerseys For Dad and the Lad Foll-OTcr or Eulton Shauld-r Style Mtde for Wear, Comfort Smart R. G. LONG CO., Umiud WUUB.I- TORONTO Bcb Ltxf Brandt frtu Ctatt it Cuii Tnen yoa meet with an accident cat, a hum, a scald or a bruise spend money, needlessly In. doctor's bills, but apply Zam-Buk- st once. -This horbal balm, will end .the pain, stop the prevent. festering and heal (julcklyl Keep -j For akin troubles Zam-Bnk Is .tauallj- Invaluable. A skin disease cured, by Zam-Huk does not break out'again, because Zam-Buk cures from thai "roof'-up____.1- Zam-Buk is beet for eczjma, boils, .blood-poisoning and "piles. Air dealers SOe. bor. WEDDINGS A LAVISHLY EMBROID- ERED CAPE stfiklng-lonklng cape Is orig- inated in a hanclsoniu silk, oyster gray In color. It Is richly embroidered In threads of gold that almost conceal the beautiful weave of the allk. Side panels of cloth of Sold show very fine accordion pleating.' The collar, pleat- ed high al the back of the neck, ex- tends beloW' Ihc.walslllne in the back. Falling well over the front it prac- tically assumes Ihe proportions of a cape. Its lower rilgf-s aro outlined wllh narrow gold frhise that adds greater rlchneM to gorgeous model. Tho Marriage of Mr. P. 0. Moore, of Albany, N. Y., and Mrs, Inez Kettles of Plnchcr Creek, was very quietly solemnized a.t the Manse of the-United Church at 12 o'clock on Monday. Auc- I ust 23rd. The Rev. J. N. Wilkinson 1 officiating. Mrs. W. A. Tiosa and Mr. Chas. Kettles witnessing tho cere- mony. A number of intimate friends of the brirte, who has been a prominent resident ot PIncher Creek for about seventeen years, gathered al her homo in the evening. The groom's gilt lo thn bride was a cheque for the sum of On Monday next Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Moore's children, Misses An- toinette- and Mae, and Jackie Kctllcs are to leave for their home In Albany. N.Y.. via Minneapolis. St. Paul and Chicago at which points several days will bo spent cnronle. "Tho: Mr. Edward Mc- Carthy and Miss Unnle Curtis wag KEEP IT SWEET Keep your stomach sweet today and ward off the indi- gestion or Ki-MQlDS the new aid to digestion. As pleasant as safe to take as candy. Your Future Will the ioytday of your life find you giving ord- ers? It Is entirely up to yon! Either prepare yourself.lor bet- ter-, things doomed to everlasting toiU FALL TERM OPENING Day School .'.i.......Sept. 1st. Night School 2 ml. Office open for- enquirers every- day from a.m. to 1 p.m. and I on August 2SJh, and 31st; Write or Phone for Free Catalogue.' Garbutt Business College Lethbridge Office Phone 1315; Res. 1531 ECZEMA Tou are not 3iporiijiaiit- i Ing TV li c n you use CImc's Olni- _ .rs..it for Ecrcma and Skin Jrrllft- I lions. It relieves Rtonco nnd eradu- i ally tho skla. Hamrlo hoi Chase's Ointment free if you mention and send 2c. stamp for BOc. a box: all dealers or JEdmanson, Bates Co.. Wmlted. Toronto, i I BINGWO 1 320 1.3th Street N. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY J. GORDON Phono 512 TICKET AGENT Attractions for Saturday Advance Displays of Suits, Coats, Dresses, and Furs for Autumn and Winter Wear NEW AUTUMN MODES ARE ARRIVING EVERY DAY, THE NEWEST ORE- ATIONS OF BEST DESIGNERS AND COPIES OF LATEST PARIS IMPORTA- TIONS. EVERY NEW FEATURE OF THE SEASON IS NEW SILHOUETTE, THE NEW SHADES. NEW TRIMMINGS AND' WITH THESE IS EMBODIED THE COMPANY'S LOW'PRICES. Jersey Dresses for. Fall .Wonderfully attractive values' in Jersey Dresses, most popular Dress for travelling, motoring and stands all kinds of rough xvear; it gives every woman an opporluully to secure a cute Dress of the highest quality at au exceedingly low cost: in colors of grey, sand, laupe aud navy; slies 16 to 40. Values to J19.60 for............... Coats for Winter Wear Tako these new. Fall Coats.'lhcy are smart and graceful in style, featuring new collars, pockets and belts; in plain and fancy checked cheviots, novelty choker collar, finished with deep cuff. Siow the trench back and are finished vnih liar- row leather and self material bells and pockets, trimmed with largo faucv buttons: colors blue, lirinvn' olive green, Pekin and fawn mixtures. Special.. luv.ii, oiive, New Fall Suits to Strictly up-to-date models for lad- les and misses, the season's newest creations in tailored, semi and novelty coats are showing much long- er with new collar trimmed with braid .embroidery, new stitching and lots of buttons, lined with plain and floral satia and silks; skirls :ara smartly tailored, materials of fine serge and tricotlne; colors of navy anil black; sizes 16 to 42. Prices Coat -Sweaters Very fine Tu.vedo 'front; smart tlej belt. Colors old rose, sand and Cop- enhagen. Thcsa sweaters are very smart for early fall. Kcprlced for quick clearance Saturdav. Regular 523-50, P7 PRINT for Saturday Morning- Come eariy as lliese aprons won't last Ions for if sttxe. 36 inches wide. Yard '75c of black, maize, sky, emerald, dark American beautv% turquoise, pink and white. 43 inches wide. nn BLACK WHITE SHEPHERD'S CHECK Fine for school wear. -12 iu. wine. Bstra special value. Price, per or "HORVLES" for children's wear In light or dark shades, fast colors. 32 inchaE wide. Spcclnl, ('Q yard............................................ DRESS bolts only of pretty plaid dress crepo. 36 Inches wide. Hegular price for Week ISnd Special, yard CHINTZ Suitable for covor- lug comforters or quilts in paisley pat- terns. 36 inches wldo llegnlar ISc. Week Jind Selling, yard'........ NEW FLORAL SATEENS In all shades suitable for Ludies' Underskirts and llnlnga. 30 Inches wide. Special Price, PA yard.................................... tpl'.DU TOWELS SPECIAL Heavy white Terry Towels, 18x30 Inches. Soil- ing rrlco for Week End, o C pnlr.................................... Are The Ideal Mat for the Summer Porch or Tent The patterns and are very goutl and iibovn nil tlie mats can washed. Come in (he foliow- INK 36x63 inches Wlion you think aliout Crptonnes for any pur- pose, think of the "Bay." Our slock is tho largest and 'test assort- ed in Southern Alborla. Prices range from 70o per yard to 39c CRASH TOWELLING While and red border. 16 inches wide. Regular price -iOc. For Week End Belling, 3 yards (J-1 Art ARMURE CLOJH 76 yarclB Cloth to sell at this iir.cc. -me colors are Wue, roso and ft Pfi brown. I'er yard ,J 1 ,jU Groceries! Groceries! 1.30 I Ib. Gooseberry Jam, King Beach -t per uai! I.ZU 4 Ib. Bramble Jelly, King Beach, pail Ib. Plum Jam, 1 1 i.j King Beach f Ib. Apricot Jam. King lleach, -I OA [or pall...... Ib. nod Currant Jam. King Beach, 1 O C par pull....... Blackberry Jain. King Beach, -f op per pall libO 35c 1 St. Charles f Kvaporatcd Milk IDC 12 Carnalion n on Milk, tails 12 Carnation 1 In Milk, snmlls.. 1.1U Water Glass, 2 tins for Peaches, per QA basket, large "UC rears, per hask- el, largo....... SUC Plums, per bask- nn et, largo.......3UC Itlpf. Tomatoes, tin psr basket, largo UUC Ibs. 'op for ;