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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI Dowu the highway past the fallows, Down the field patli lo the shallows. Hides (Joldenro'J, Ills cuirass all all agleam, Callinj to IliO round-eyed aster, follow As sbe'l'lflsi ber' purple gowu-to cross the stream. Priuco'o! wild lloiers Is this fellow, With Ms waving plume, of yellow, And every road [3 hia that leaves the town; 1'oets sing his goldeu graces. hovers lingering fu quiet places, Approve him, while he captures hill and down.' Yet iii spirit wo are saddened, Though our seeing eyes, are glad- dened. (Gravo the import when a Prince tellies riding When his camp 'fires light the hol- lows, And tho pilrple'aster follows, Aias.tUe end of summer drawcth nigh. Thryce in CauadEiiu Home Journal. PERSONAL' Mr. and '.Mrs. E. Williams and fam- city shortly for Edmonton where thcjvvdll, reside. ter of Knoi churcli here, Is taking up its' duties as pastor oi :hurch in Ferule next Sunday. Mrs. Kinnoy has arrived in'tlic clly [roui Quebec to be tlie guest of her daiishtor, Mrs. Paul Eddy, Fclger farm. Miss Tlolil, school nurse, who has heeii visiting in Cardstou, baa reluru- ed to Calgary. Jlr. and Mrs. W. Reilh Bell aro nieudiiis u few days in Calgary en route to tho coast. Miss Buchanan, -Miss 'Currj- and Misai Trealiolme ofI'the local publli school staff luive returned from boll days spent Iu the east. Miss Stewart arrived in the city yesterday to (111 tho position as trim- mer for MIsE Johnston: Miss Stewart attended- the millinery openings of liylaud, Gagei Fiske and other lead- ing millinery houses in Chicago en route from Toronto. Sir. and Mrs. E. J. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.-.Irving Frascr and two sons have returned from OshkoEh, WI4. Rev. and Mrs. P. ors in Calgary with Walter Besey "itr and Mra Rev. W. F. Burns, lormorlv .minis- Mrs. G. H. Tair left.this afternoon to .makbi-a'n. extended'' visit- with her son Jn Minneapolis. Mrs. II. jU.Horne and Boulton are spending-, a't short time n Bow' Island. 'Martin, of Saskatchewan and Mrs V, M Martin are Jeaying shortly to visit in Toronto Y A..J BlacWfnrne has returned from a visit to Nelson and other points on tha.Kbbteniiy, Mr and Wrs Bt.Metcalfe and two children Miss filhel sad Mas James and their aunt, Mrs. Araitage.' returned Saturday af'er spending a moDths' huliday at Vancouver. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Clarke, of Mont- real, aro leaving shortly for Edmon- ton, where they will reside, Or. Clarke having ieen appointed to a position at tie University ot Mrs. L. Fetter has returned to the city after a vacation spent with her rnolier at Nemiscam.. 4 Mrs. R. A. Snilth, who has been'the _ lest of Mrs. Paul Eddy for a tew dare, has returned to the city. Mrs. Lawrence and three children and Miss Glenn, who have been guests :or tbV past week with Mrs. T. P. Ivlrkbam. have left for their home in Winnipeg after a visit at the coastal citieE. Mr. and'Mrs. Sidney Kobson have returned from a holiday spent In Banff. Mr. J. C. K. McKay, of Etzikom, was a week-end visitor in the city with Mr. aud Mrs. Sidney ttobson. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd and family aro expected to return touigh from Proctor v.here they have summering. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wright who re- turned yesterday from a weeks sit as the guest of their eon and hi fe. Mr. and Mrs. li, A. Wright, o tnbridge. are most enthusiastic ore tir holiday trip to d other points which they made b lo. "The steamer cicurslon elve niiles down the beautiful like mmed In on each side by mountain eald Mrs.'Wright, "one of the mos Hghlful stages of the journey." "th sitors reached the boundary re between the1 United States anada and. spent, a short .time .1 acler- .Cardstoh was a poll interest on .the way-and naturally i hour or _two; was "spent" Sir the ilebfated Mormon which will another year, uiaking' eight.in 1. which.will cost two illion dollars.. "Th'e.nalnticga- in one oin alone1 required nine months by. oted artists, to conrblete Yiater'tm Kikes, which ia! 9 3. ml lea from Leth- ridjje, Mrs." Wright compare: MILLINERY OPENING AND FOLLOWING DAYS., I am holding my Opening of Fall j respectfully invite the La I atjd Winter Millin- ery, and respectfully invite the Ladies.of Lethbridge to call and inspect my large and select assortment of Hats; for both Women and Children. MRS. M. McMEEKIN 318; 13th Street North ANNOUNGING OUR FALL MILLINERY OPENING Showing the Newest Ideas and Styles in Gainsboro and other Hats DailyFashion By (iertrude As Usual For the Half-Day You'll Find Big Values Hitched to Small Prices Tremendous Reductions in Women's Dresses Sizes 1 to HOUWPriOOr SILK HOSE in black, brown. Bun- uielal. champagne and pearl grey, In all BUcs. priLu LADIES' CHAMOlSETTE GLOVES in natural, niacli, hrowti and C1 r I'rice All Our New Coatings Are In, Also Lovely Plairls and Silks in Great Variety .Real Money-Savers ID the Staple Dept. ior Wed. otuy ol uretr FLAIU DRESS CREPe, Inches wlJu. regular 9Sc Special value In all I en CRASH while with red border, at SPECIAL 3 yards for NEW PLAID GINGHAMS sultuUlc [or children 9 school drosses, 2s luUius Special per ynrd Tan nnd while Terry Towels, nice soil finish: sue 36xis. ni per pair v I This towel we i'cconinientl for Hard wear, und give escelleul cc'rvico, BROAO CLOTH, In green, navy, hrowti ami rciuileer, bi tut lies wldo Cfl yard....... Navy Gabardine. ichfa rifKeft ra p'7 en na v f v 61 iDClifS per yard new range of KLANNSLETTE In light only. 31 lutlieB n'lclc; siiuclat prico at per yard Heavy GREY FLANNEL SUITING for boys' 3b inches wnlu. a yard oiiolily NAVY nine. (.e. id C7 QC Ib.yo iiua v t Fine tinallty GEOR- GETTE Jn sbades of wblte, green! stnclhyst and grey. 26 Incites wide, prii-o yard Our New Fall Hats For Men at Genuine fur loll oafs, to Comforter Silkoline 60c ynrd 31 Inch Sllkoiine in thrco col- ors lo choose from, blue, yellow anil white background, wttn a goon norat design cor yard Wo have told you much about the Hoover Sweeper. We could lell you many oilier points of H3 superiority that makes K tho most desirable all kinds, but we would rather give you a prac- tical demonstration In your own home of what tho Hoover can do. Arranso witii us at your convenience and at the time Mated n together with ono of our demonstrators, wlU bo at your home. IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS So com? ami ssie these first The prices will euti tea, n'JKItlos will Bull you and tho styles nrtl you. Wo handle the Fried Hit. Arrow and 1. li. Swtit-n makes TUB styles aro right lip to the tnlmue and the