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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE.LETHBRIDGE'DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI .PHONE Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresford MUs Frances Dunsworth left -for a 'weeks' with friends' m HWcrcst Old r Miss M. Hazell Is spending a two weeks'. Vacation at Nelson, B. C. Oohto lo'i. fr- Toronto tfnd other. eastern points for "a .two' Mr. Mrs. Thonm WarrimsD and aijd Plsi' left this afternoon to opend i month's i'ait Lily, have OMB entertaining their guests 'Mr, and Mrs Neil Lai. were mfirricd in ce.ilitipon Mrs. Law's :arrival froiuf Scotland. .They left yesterday tor their h'o'mo ,lu Macleod. WEPDINCS 4 holiday it Victoria. Vancouver ootier cities. and Mr of tho Jlerthauts Bank; leaves tomorrow tor'Fornie aid tilacler Pajk.whoro he: will spend nis Holidays. t Mr. and Mrs. Malow of Tabor are. visitors In the ell) L H A Murphy department of agri :Who'WK3 stationer! In trldgo, has been transferred to Cal I Mise 'Maude Hcaton. of Hennessey Many of the people wore MRS. W. E. SANFORD Of Hamlltoii, Ont.. '.vho has been president of tho National ark dresses at tho Epson races, and ayy blue 'silk gaburdine was one of he most proinineht materials.' rTho commauderB-Iu-cliiet of both hf Canadian and, American armies i the 'great war have given up mili- afy life. 'Cen. Sir Arthur Currio tas become principal of a'university and Gen. Perahthg has gone into private business. These were the only wo -America who-had rank Rbbson' to- star in Alan Dale's new playj "Nobody's Fool." Freak marriage.arrangements may >e all ever will re- ilace the good old-fashioned whooping family, cays'.-one comment on -he Fanny Miss Grace Vanderbiit was among ,'nbse presented at: the second court hold at St: James'-Palace recently. Tho Duke of Buccleuch has present; ed the Island of Pie! to Barrow to bo used as a.irar. memorial. Murray "is making a hit'in London in 'French-Canariian song ren- dered a, la. Yvette Guilbert. Is- flooding her own mar- ket with majority. oE a highly immoral nature, according to J. C. Barnstyn, president of-, the' British and Continental trad Itig to- New Tprk after, tour flf'Eu rope'.; -ord Lsverhulmc: .has flying men. He has'Just'flown from Paris to bad for a veteran-of 69! A New law graduate o this was married-in her cap ant gown this wiy Isiaud, off the eoastj where the -Lindlefarue has heeo placed at their years. While among :the Mrs. Rogers based her appeal to the- n_A_n x-.. sposal. te interested in the an- oitnccmcnt, ,o( the birth of a son to pi Ir. and-Mrs. MUebcl Cherniavsky, atl f< Press Conference, party will bo not only women journalists, but wives of wclI-Vnown men of the profession. The party will Include MisS Silllngtcrf, th'e fonner preslScnt- of Women uonos Aires, on June 26. Mrs. Cher- j Journalists; also Lady -N'oyrnes, Lady iayskjvwas. formerly Miss Mary Hog- Burnbanj, Lady Carr, and the bride- rs, daughter'- of the late'B. T. Hog- rs, of Vancouver... Mr. Chernlavsky s a member of the' famous .trio of A drcssinakins school has been 'op- nad at Tokyo; Japnii. for those Jnp- nese jrish" to learn how and it Is eing IHss Hanaya akamoto, a Japanese secretary of he Y.M.ClA.-, who lias studied iti the u'niteci StatV No les than 500 women medical tudents have recently enrolled at a for.a course In medi- itfe, and many Japanese; banks. are This year of is one of unusual ntcrest Canadian" newspaper- ncn.: On October 4-5 Ihe Do mi h: oh Women's Press Club will hold .In .lontireal their first meeting In seven elect "Of Sir Roderick. .of! Rcu- tisr's News Agency.'yhO Ij; to be maf- rled'on the eve of departure Eng- land. f'e Europe now lias an cices's from to w'oinen. FIRST WOMAN ELECTED IN MAN. LEGISLATURE WIN.MPBG, Edith Rogers, who was one of the success- ful candidates' elected out of a field .of 41'to Winnipeg, at the elections, Is tha'first and only woman elected to the Mani- toba legislature.' Rogers is a government supporter. .Mrs. Harriet Dick, Independent, made a good: run, electors upon her record ot social welfare work in connection with sol- diers' dependents. Before the war I Mrs. Rogers was one of Winnipeg's society leaders, and although Always Interested in philanthropy her efforts were mainly, directed to membership in several'of the women's societies. With the outbreak she'be- came secretary of the Central Coun- cil of the Battalion'auxiliaries. This work developed in conjunction with' the administration of the Patriotic Fund and live years ago Mrs. Rogers opened an office of trade building, which office is still doing business, with Mrs. Rogers continuing- in charge. She has welcomed soldiers' brides and families, found them'ac- COmmckiatlpur them In sickness, advised and befriended them' in every way possible. "My interest In the government is' mainly in'Sociat welfare she declares, "of which my work lias shown me the Im- portance." i Mrs. Rogers is the only woman member of the General Hospital board. She lsva native of having been born at Norway whwe her father, was MaoTavish ot being out on the thirty-second count, j tho Hudson Bay Company. 'teaching profession does not gel- ah Increase in salary. A slrlkc is 'one the likely things, but Ihe worst threat Is that in a few years time Ihcre will he no teachers. 'Of course, nil lillle boys- in the cojnmiinlly will bo inhaoliitely deso- late at. .the thpnght'of siich a gloomy pryripGC.t. U'lmt would spring he without a teacher to fetch crocuses for? The raising of slags for their horns Is oiie of the curious Industries In Chlim. the horns being cut while soft each ytar and 'usetl In the making of medicine. Brazilian'cocoanut palms live from COO to 700 yearn, ami Iho date, palm from 200 to 300 yoafs. Oil the Mount of Olives, .lorns.ilein, are olive Irees known lo have bceii flourishing In Mrs. N'ellle Mc.Cliing, who was re- cently appolnled delegate lo Ihe pr-CRl Kcumenical Conference ot ALL DAY FRIDAY LovelyRkhM onlafietas shades of Blue and Prune, This is trie lowest price you KaVe seen for this grade of Silk since before the great war, ni.ii ui r. st v. i.B.i..wlfp .of lo bo held In Kiiglancl next yrar.-is Ihe flrst'Caniidtan woman lo receive such an honor. Mrs. Arthur was Iho flral woman Ip swin the Solenl, Is pre- paring lo attempt the English Chan- nel.swlm In August. Mrs. Hamilton la known In English sorlely, being officer Taffetas are the stylish silks for dress- es and skirts and are having a big sale in the larger cities. If you are supplied for the present, buy for the future. 2. 1 Fancy Foulard Silk of Blues and Champagne, 3 6in, wide, A JL _i___1_ _1___ i 1 In shades of ---------J- J V-..1 splendid wearing quality, on sale Friday at 'per THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. ;