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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 30. 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN' Mrs.-J. Livingstone have returned to ho city, travelling by motor from reston, alter a holiday at the coastal Allies and Nelson. v a Mrs. T. J. Simons and children have returned from a holiday at Uanff. Mr. and Mri. II. MeG. Young havQ arrived in from the cast. t THE REAL GOOD o "What Is the real 3 asked fa musing mood. sald'the law courl; "Knowledge." said the "Truth." said Iho wise man; said the tool; the maiden; taid Ihe i said the said the said tho soldier" satd.-theipeeiV' Spake my heart full sadly: "The answer Is uot here." Then wlthlu mv bosom, Softly tblal' heard-' 'Each heart holOa the secret is; the 1 News Mrs. S. D. Peacock .aid chlldred and Mrs. McGregor arrived Sat- urday after spending two months a) Banff. 1 Misses" Fr.'mcls Gtbeau and Helen Robblns of Blalrmore-hare jeft fpi Calgary, where they will enter normal school.- A. Piper who has been.via ithigiwllh Dr. and.Mrs, J. S. Stewar has returned to his home In i .-.-Mr.: JbhnyjinjLeod-fls holidays in-the parents Mr. and Mrs. N'. A V Sir. J. F. SItnnson has left to spend a holiday at Nelson. 1 Daily Fashion By Gertrude" Bercsford ENGAGEMENT hare been Issued for the marriage of Miss Jean Tolmle. daugh- ter of Dr; S. F. Tolmle, minister or ag- riculture for Canada, tnd Mrs. Tolmte, ofJVjctoria, Leonard Robtr An- drews. The marriage is to take place- afternoon. Sept. S, in Christ church Victoria.' The Wednesday reception is to be held at) Clove rdale, the residence ot Dr. and Mrs. Tcfele. t fi t f CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES PERSONAL M. Cameron, general superinten- dent' Alberta branch C: P.' R.; Is a vis- itor In'the city, today t Mies Laura'lioy has returned to tier Tiorae In' Lethbrldge after a vacation spent In anil around Seattle, Mr-. W. A. n. Cocq returned to the 'city on Sunday morning Mrs. Cpcij, Dudley anil "Miss Doris.Cocq will be lolloirlag.Bhortiy. '-.Mrs: relumed from a visit-to Calgary, .f.-'. ''..u ;MJss Jean Pipes.returned on -Satur- day from, holidaying y- Word has in tho'clty Howard-Nels6n is back In He city way gain after'spending his holidays in Irvine. Saskatchewan. Mr. and Mrs. Earfc Morris have ar-' rived In tho city, .after a. honeymoon syent at Nelson and Banff. were. the" Veeknend their siBteri Miss: -their to MIsS'Dales.his'returned ffiSin a holl- day spent 'and Buttle.-'.> .V.; W. and .illtJo daugb Horace Jackson returned at the ena i ter arrjvedin "the city Saturday of tho week from a trip to the'coastal morning from Peterboi-o, ing two 'en route. i- i Mrs. J.' Jones and daughter -Ethel, spent the Waterton Lakes. Vr'i and MrtS their tottl b .visitor Jonie-'in Mrs. I -Mr. and 31rs. Love of spent tho week-end In the city. Miv and Mrs'. C.'R Jamieson and family. haV.eVrefurncd from a .holiday spent at K4slo 'and dtbcr B.-C. points. (a'ni- Ily ret'Jrneflifrpm Bl" la'tlor have been' spending' froni a Smith visit" tb Eilmdntqni ier'a trfjp dVuehter Sybil returne'Sj today ffom a-very pleasant Medicine Hat few Rt.Vanco'uYer, Vic- tor'ta, Pentic'ton.' Mr.'-and.Mfif. Supp'rln'fen'rfe'nf in Mac Kintffsh1: f etii 'middle. OC the trcin'a holiday at'Bantt and The Christian Science Society, Hull ground floor, hold their regular testimony meeting Wed.nefiday .even- ing at eight'o'clock. LITTLE LADY'S 'HAIR. ff -i- For the qnlte small, child bohhed lair and 'a tcrehead fringe is Ihe usual, choiceVnd generally the best- But take care that the fringe Is kept veil out of.the eyes, or it may-in- duce trick's ot hllnklhgiand-.winking, which are. not-pretty .and are had-for .ho vision. I 'It is good 'plan to dress -the la'r perpetually, same' ine- hoS, unless If is-, just-v.bobbed anil ringed. For if; a-ribbon >ow Is worn'always on the" crown or a band'day, week after week, round Lthe head tho. hair s liable to become worn and lustre- ess in "the parts that 'are strained and just: the. samoTrea- son It is unwise to adopt" a centre or parting as a lasting coitfure ECheme. Change Is beneficial, not only to the appearance, but to 'the health of ihe hair. One of >the..worst menaces to-' a little girl's temper, as well as tocher ultimate possession of- a .fine "crown Is the frequently favored plin of- parting it. (n the Centre anil hanging front locks back on each slilc.wilh rjbbon. It is rarely devlceVrand the tresses that are apt to become a. .tor blamed for losing she can play, unless they. arc; fixed Ltlehily. thar. Injury ensues'tb.lhe'tende'r ALLOWED, MODISH SUIT FOR EARLY FALL This' suit eilrly1 Kail wear is made'- of.idark Wue.-S'eldyne, a fabric that possesses soil lex- ture. rTlte sfeirt is designed on the straight lines, that 'are always npprec- ialcd'i'y It is fairly Jight; and. the the floor hy at- least jt; iBcUpBJhi'he coat i3 ornu- 'fititchtiig -hi tho same Tlie shawl cbl- Tn.e BhoV velvet liatTevedls effective drapfilg'on'th'ecrowu, while the plain If You Pay Less Than We Ask, Youll Get Less Style, Less Character, and Less Quality EARLY ARRIVALS IN THE GLOVE DEPT, Just. arrived, NEW FALL GLOVES with gauntlet tops in champagne, also other styles In grey capo skin and washable kid, with two tone point backs, fully guaranteed.. CHAMOISETTE GLOVES. This is .really-a splcmiUl glover and will give endless Comes with high gauutlef in white and a pret- ty ehado ot fawn, moderate- ly pair 2.25 HOSffiRY PRICES THAT WIH INTEREST Children's fine ribbed HOSE in black 0, 3% arid 10. Regular price .PENMAN'S LISLE HOSE. Thisrllrje' re-, commend "for hard wear and is' giikranteVd, to .'give every possible satisfaction. Comes In -black, -white, grey, deer a-jd brown... In all., specially priced" 1C' pair r...... "plain' blue CHAMBRAY; very nice for schoolidresses; 27 Aft Inches wide; yard -KIndergartdn Cloth-suitable for CHILDREN'.S -iDRESSES ill all chades of plain, checks arid stripes. 34 Inches por.-ynrd. THE NEW FALL fine GREY FLANNELETTE; duality for boys' EKfcclal' Special value'In DARK.TURK-: ISH TOWELS; size -j pair Dark blue Ily. ID fast-colors; 34.jnchoa.4C wide; per yard........... 13C several tucks: treatment. IES INDICTED NEW Forly-'two steamship companies, and freicht including virtually all 'the big.-trans-Atlanlic lines, were indicted federal grand jury here, to'day 'hx. slharges. .ot conspiracy and re- violation of tha .SUITS ARE DELIGHTFUL 'I'Jiere'.is 'a distinction o( Btyle excellence of and a rerfec- tlbn of In our Kail Offering, the equal of ;whlch- we'have yet to Bee'. Whatever is new, sjnart .and. desirable you willMnd in our new 'assortment, in matcrialsof duvetyne, velour, smart braidings, ne'wserBe' a'nd- tricotlne.. prs burgundy, green, navy, brow'n and black, tiCf -Special M o fino Col- with- stitchlng and embroiders'. Strictly up-to-date models In sizes for.' misses and women. Prices range from to .Ladles'.fine CASHMERE HOSE. This Is another splendid hose and ,-j rA In black only Steel clad-GALATEA, in" light and dark strides? 32 Inches wide; per yard LUXURIOUSLY V BEAUTIFUL Every Inxhry-lovlng wo- man .will find in our uol- lectloa of ;Furs the satis- faction of. .authoritative and dtBlinctive styles for (too and the separate await your, inspiectibir. v ShVrin ari Law. 10 BANDEAUS the' In'te'r- .natlorial MeVcaq tilV. M ar i n ey-' Atlantic Co., American Shipping .Cpr-poralipiT, Gen-' e ral e e, -JKe r r Steam- Tne'nifife t'oE.ith.e .Tran s- At- V; HADRID; one wiirbo permitted id enftf church unless dressed In -'Ciiristlan was tors' 'of trie" SleliinjalJSreiglit Brok era' a n'oflce circulated through authority of Bishop Her- Any women dress which. exfiOEes chest-and arms or who-has a sklrt.or transparent hose-, will fused admission and while the clergy will refus'e to any woman so attired, the notice declares. Women disobeying these orders of the' bishop are forbidden, 10 become members of the church society. 'EDMONTON There was little. or no frost in "the Edmonton dis- trict. The- Ipwe re co rd was 34 last-nfeht. '.'ii-r and front fastener, Mesh.and white; sizes 32 to 4-i. Values to QQ., To clear 30C' BE FITTED TO YOUR NEXT ONES _. The ot correct corseting to the tume'demands that you take- advantage of, 6m. ex- cellent corset service. Our skilled assist you In judging the model for your [hen fit you expertly. Exquisitely" trimmed Brajv Biers are similarly Important details to select while purchasing "Corsets." carry Modarts. and tho very best front laced Cors.ets. IER ViLE DRESSES REDUCED TO lion, including peprarhs, tucks Special Prlc'o SCARFS ARE SMART FQR WEAR Returning Home Sick And Miserable She Found Re- lief 'By Taking Gains Nine Pounds. "After what Tanlac has done for mo I-feel that' the very least I can do to show my' gratitude Is to allow a statement of my case to be made pub- lic for it has completely restored my said Mrs. May Dawson, of 1031 Ponder St., East, Vancouver, B. C. "For fully two years I had hecn un- nhlo to eat anything without being trOiibjcd with liidlgeallon. My food would sour and.form and my heart would palpitate HO that I be- como nlarmetl; 1 suffeced, from ter- rlbje pains fir the pit ot my stomach would fee! like 1 was choking, At ttrries 1 felt so wca'k.nntl dizzy thnt 1. coiild hot stand wtthont holding to uomdlhlng.' "1 also had severe pains across .tho qpiall'of'my hack that hurt terribly 1 attempted to stoop over. I became so weak that 1 could scarce- ly'.dp. a my nerves were so uii'stnmg that the children playing or any unusual noise would almost drivo me frantic. AB the treatments and medicines-did .me no good, a little over a year ago I ijent back to Kng- a'mi; hoping tho ihange woiild'dome good hut failed to' flnfl any relief ovdr there either. "About two months ago T returned Vancouver, still feeling very sick and miserable. A- friend got me to try'Tanlac, and after taking three hollies you would never think there was over anything tho matter with me. "f now -havo a splendid appetite and I am never troubled with sour- ness or gas, nor Buffer .from palpita- tion or shortness of breath. Tlie pain In my hack is gone and I haven't an ache-of any kind. My nerves are calm and sleep like a child and get up feeling rested and full of life. I havo gained nine pounds and feel AS strong and" healthy as 1 over in my life. My daughter Gladys also suffered with Indigestion, so she look Tanlac and it completely reliev- ed her trouble." Taulac is sold in Lcthbrldgo by John D. Hlglnbotham Co.; In COal- hurst hy Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Der- Of.'cours'e.'.ypii'.know'lt Everi'Dlie that Ti'ilh the' street frock, tbe.taiileur-rind sports suit, a scarf around tho throat, blowing .in. tho. hrceze, ia-very-'smart. In soft woven. wool fabric, silk or woplrrone may get thcso scarfs in different lengths and many 'colors] i tor misses Values to flr 10.SD New-Silk Petticoats'to wear under 'Fall1 Togs In the'new Petticoats, .-nrid smartesL conibinatlonR -on plaited New. .clothes demand, new petti-- coata for afternoon affairs and tailored, suits.- 'Jer- sey Silk, Satin arid, taffeta" arc popular fabric's. We showing a. large range' of Underskirts Vt the Day thisr week. Principal.of Schools There Gets in Ministers fearing Apparel for 'Best of lOc per. Packet at'ill Druggists, arid fCJencral Stores to the Herald) FERNME, Aug. Mr.- Jilt- ;hell, ofr Clarcnholm, Altn., who' has )een supplying ttie'pulplt in the Fernle United Church during August preaches Ills last Sermon to the congregation this evening leaving for his home to- morrow morning. Rev. W. .P. Burns, well known to Lcthbridgo people, will fake up his duties of pastor ot the United Church next Sunday. Mr. K. G. Daniels, who has been prin- cipal of-the Fernle public schools for the past c'lght years, has been appoint- ed-a school inspector for tho.Kootenay Inspectorate, hy the Educational De- partment. It is uncertain as to just when Mr. will take up his new duties as the Kernlo endeavoring to havo a stay ol tho ap- pointment until they can secure a proficient successor to Mr. Daniels. AT THE EMPRESS WED. AND THURS. MARY PI OXFORD IN "THE HOODLUM" HUNGARIAN PREMIER ILL BUDAPEST, Aug. .30.-Prcmler Teleky Is suffering from blood polEon- Ing. The minister of commerce, M, Itublnek, will he acting premier uiitil Count Telehy's recovery. There have been various rnmors that the premier Is the vlcUm o( poisoned needles and has developed.. Save Certificates for Wear ever Aluminum NABOB SUGAR TUMBLES AGAIN VANCOUVER, Aug. Local su'ga'r prices took anolher drop of one dollar a hundred this morning, bringing the wholesale price down a hundred (or granulated anil to a hundred for yellow sugar. This makes tho retail price, 23 cants and 22 cents a pounil respectively. V 1'-: Unttairml I Marl L pfy WHICH Start the which will enable yoit' to earn the larger 'salary, FALL TF.RM .OPENING Day School Sept 1st Night School Sept. 2nd OFFICE .FOR INQUIRIES Aufiuat O'a.rn.' to p.m.; 3 p.m. to '.5.30 it you cannot pay-cash inquire about our (iredil Plan., whereby o student can pay fdf'hcrlor his own tuition after. graduation. GARBOTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 413 8th Street South Lethbrldge Phone's: Office 1315 Residence 1531 That wilt be serviceable for school and other times loo. is a simple matter if you faring her to the let her try Wo havo dozens of-smart'styles besides a big variety of colors, and only too pleased to show her nnd havo her try on. THAT DEFY THE CHILL WINDS OF t AUTUMN NIGHTS However siuihy may. b.e the day, evening, .finds, you needing extrar. warmth, whether walking or inotorhiK. Charming, indeed, New most ot-which fol- low-the graceful lines W the wraps. You will: rnako'no mistake' in selecting' wrap no.w vi-hile cojnplete, and new. To Appeal to the Young iVliss You will: enjoy, seeing thcso beautiful little stylea. So mother and daughler, we invite you this weels, to see oilr.won- derful' range of young misses' Crocks and Jugs .lust opening up a large shipment of IJutter Crocks from the enllon size to 'S gallon: jugs In the gallon, 1 .gallon and 2 gallon size, llilk Pans and Mix- ing Bowls In'all-sizes.. (iet yours now while the 'sizes arc .complete. in ings MEN'S SWEATERS In good Himlltlef.-botli coat and pull-over stylos; regular value QC Special each MEN'S FLANNELETTE MIGHT .oxtra strons vvearlrjR duality in goorl pn stripes; alzqs 15 to 20; r.t each Jpu.uU MEN'S WHITE COTTON NIGHT With or without Spcblal to.clear .at, each............... 3> I'.UU MEN'S CASHMERE, SOX- in all Wool colors black, white anil tan; -special fr j 'ftft per pair MEN'S ALLK WOOL WORSTED SOX in black and hrown, an.extra ,flne yam; 'specinl per pair f Have Been Re-priced 1'Pjnk Crepe'.de'Chine, tulle nnd'fiajd vlnce trimmed.-. 1 and silver lice _t for Satin, hish girdle, draped tullo ck'lrf. '1 Pink silk Net; gold lace anil tullo 1 [rimmed. ?'J2.50 for Linoleum Rugs and One of these Hn'oicuni Hugs .'will grea'lly Improve that room you" are doubtful ot; Size Siie 3x1014' Size Ox'12' FLOOR OIL-CLOTH "RlIGS Siz6 6x5'- MEN'S .RIBBED C0TTON 'combinations, long Bleeves, unhle length, mid- season weight and a splendid wearer; -'special per suit BOVS' 'COMBINATION UN- DERW-EAiRvIn fend ribbed, good cotto.n anjl cotton nnd 2.25 AA per" B'iit BdY's'f hayo. flue range ot. Hoys' Jerseys for fall "wear} medium weight, ribbed lino all :wool cashmere, (tC Art each.................. ;