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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY.' JULY. 23; 1020 THE L HERALD PAGEFIFTEEH i Wtllams, AmoM and 4 .Arnold. WHIIiois ably acUd as HIS GRAVE o His grave Is far aVay ;.i Across sei, J Away from tad Away from '.I'd g j L H 1 e loved J.T-ae sirinj-.tiire nowsT3rh J When he was ,t .I'd plant llit White and red. x the wooden cross Above- his head.' Lord. 1 believe bis soul Is in Thy.'care. Vet front -my 'hearth doth 'xiiti This human prayer: Loud. beside r- May flowers -Andiin.thc air sbpve iliy sweet birds sincl "Oh. may tte'spot'be blessed :T And-Tmehlneas shine1 May Nature fake the' charge i That should bo accompiai.t during, the evening.' An Informal hop happy affair to a dose- The 81. Mary's W. A. would like to thick who In any way helped to the social WEDDINGS 4 PERSONAL o' 4 c- c- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. A.'Hice hava re- turned from their wedding trip speut turnrd to .then-fry yesterday.'', '4 T APT The marriage took place' yesterday, July 16th, tit the Union Church, Mur- ray Bay, of .ilnleu, i daughter of .Taft, .ex-President of tho United .State's, to Frederick John- MannlnE. Her. Pr. 'Herbert ,87- of Christ Church Montreal, officiating. The brtae, was father, wore a gown of white trimmed with .old brussell lace, and carried a boa- quet of white sweet peas and campan- ulas and white roses. Miss Edith Mor- gan of Now York, the maid of honor and the only. attendant, wai gowned in lifrht with a large pink hat trimmed with yellow flowers and carried a uoacjuet'ot yellow roses. The bride's train was borne by Mas- ter William H.'Taft, 2nd, and Master Robert Taft. nephews of the hbride. dressed In suits; of ;The mother of the "bride.1 was "gowned In brown satin draped with orange chif- fon and lace, and wore a large brown hat: Mrs. Taft In tan Crepe do 'chine, with .hat. The bride Is the President1 of Bryn Mawr College, and :the groom Is an Tlnstructor in history at Yale Uni- f. f. t. ff J 'Mrs. William just GENERAL J returned from a visit daugh- J. Miller, at Brooks, has been recalled owing lo the death on -Wednesday, July 21st, of. her grand Airs, l.loyd George has -been in __ poor health for' au'd gets j tired easily. of the so- jcial' round. the''faet that .she has Ereatef mnur in-Uhe} country daughter, the thirteen month old child of Mr. and Miller''. Mrs. W. and Miss Olivp, 'Williams, 1245 ulh Ave.: A.: south, or the yesterday for the i" 'c-.'' worries her mainly for two reasons. Some of lier more serious duties gagements connected Tfithscharity) Jeanette, ol Calgary, are guests of tSS'taJ iter, A. Thompsoa, Lloyd George, already' r i. attend- seems greatly to.enjoy-her'.new'.roie of bef ing-grrown up. Mr. and Mrs.. Copura, mow abroad, fire endeavoring ioVdbtain the Ameri- can rights to the Dramatization ol Miss MarBaretMcKillopiniv'ed this! "Tho YoraB mo.rning from Torn, where she is iiiyiaining at.the St. Luko Hospital, Mrs. R. e; sis' J.l xVitss Jean- tor.eDoT.alo1 hirf YefrtftM from a vacation at the coast, ;-Mr. James Colley, bjrtbe Western Canada Irrigation the'.city today. her mother. Mrs. Charles Me- KHiop, during tliu-holidays. Mr. W-; TifHlTkroiher lefl on mptpr vtrip Miss M. S. Allen, .wto ass trained! police women, has the late Mfas Darner as umndant ot the Woman's police; The Council ot tjie Institatkra of sho.ivas the guest of friends. ,v ICthel ;Alrd Xeliia Tlaicll, of Lr.thbrldgR, aro th'e guests of .'Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Lanneficld. El- V Part. Tor days en roiito to Herald. KoderlcIcVR.' ll.acbelh pr has.'arrlvcri' city 'to- spend wock-end wll'h htB yareuta. _ Harry Jones, of Minneapolis, who bus the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. E. F. I jay ton; will rctuiTi to her Itonie tomorrow. 'Mr. M. offer! and" ro turned i WiKinoss trip (o Kdtnouton anrl .Van- couver. JJhjor -Mvic'rtJoslon reluhicd this from k; Mr. .1.- this fcom KOnion'.on I Mrs. -and -Miss leave tomorrow for n vacation i to Victoria. i Mr. of j lines, C, P. n., tcr; nrfl In Montreal. v.-aa in nringo for a few hr.Ara thi.i on his Calvary :by nvolor'.y the liiBtttntion provided that they possess the necessary for any of tlie gradea of membership. r Daily Fashion By Gertrudo Heresford Harris and cb 110ran Cargary. down and wore y? enirt fiuosis of Mr wnd Mrs. J: Iilsou. Sixteenth SI. south. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The txeciiliy'o committee of the Mllltar.vv.Cha'pter, l.o.D.K..- will'm'eAt afternoon at 3 o'clock In V. V. A. club rooms, 'and all mjsinberj'arc rcnuejtec! to be on lime. SOCIAL Miss Hc-'.pna Slmpjon entertained at tho tea hour today In honor of Mfss M..3HcKillop and Miss O'Hagan. Thf. Ice-cream ,tnclal held ;by St. Mary's .Tuesday evening o dccldad Eiicceasi pret-. tlly.-decoratwl. for the 'occasion 'with! ferns and potted plants kindly lent, by Mr.. TerrltJ., Those ,who conlrlbulcil to programme were Wasutrooli and Williams, and Mcssra. i'A Organdie, In a dejfghlful ot orchid, faToreJ for this lovely af- dfe'ss. 'EiWeft'ely ilmple In stylo tho little bodice rs finished with a ean Hull t Pd attached Very smart to w.earlwith'.rniddv or sweaters. 6 years. Second Floor ll Effil Combinations See our d.tplay ol these beiitl- ful atliletlc comolnations In our .main window this week .end. These garments are made witli an'insert In the back to p 11r-g apart. They.conie in voile, mull and flesh onlj Sizes 34 to 44 r Blark Habutai Waiste Pin .tucked fronts, blgh nnd low neck. Regular 55.00, An nr for ATTHEPIECEGOODSCOUNTERS WHITE HABUTAI SILK The loveliest ot white wash silks Gomes in an extia heavy weight foi waibU. mi'. unde.rwcar- Eveilasting weai and beautiful lustious appear- ance This quality is almost prohibitive in price today Oui puce, D DI Atn V.._t _ _ ANDERSON'S PLAID GINGHAMS.-Just a lelt 33 inches wide. In high class pliids of liinks, .blues, anil greens. Tho original- Anderson make imported by us.. While they 12 Pieras'ot fash- silk. All shades. To cltari-at Hair Price. OE uncommon lonej reindeer, sand, champagne, rose and cream 42 inches wide. Worth yard. While thev'i jn lAy TABLE pure linen, Irish make. Two '.'yards v.ldc. In four designs at, i nf yard 1.95 HOYLE'S ENGLISH JV Don't buy interior prints blouses or home aprons. It Is aV waste of time-to sew on'tliein. We carry the.' beat the produces. Hoyle's in light or dark Ehuiles, 32 Inches wide. guarr.ntCMi perfect in weave and Hudson's Day Price, yard................... STEEL CLAD GALATEA Gqt.ready for.-the school days. Make your boyB'-blonses and girls'. dresses ot galatca-for real service 2S inches wide. -The'famous stenl- ,ulad make'at, 45c AWNING STRIPE SO indies" TS'ido; in. brown an'il bluejslripes. The- orielnal "Uright's" make. Spleniici value at, -1 nn' yard BLACK For bloom- erg. Just the right quality. Fnst dye. 32 inches wide. Spe- -rrft cial quality at, yard REMNANTS TO Your last chance to pick up real bar- gains lit remnants before stock- taking. Two tables to select from al Half Price, SHEETING all widths and qualities. Wo only stock tha best make. Yard- TARANTULLE f HORROCKS', NAINBETTER ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Fine' English Maiio' in Manchoslcr by people make, nplhlng but thu finest; goods for the best tradp in Iho'.': world.'40 inches wide, As fino as', gossamer. You wlH be dellglited i to hairlle- it. Special value at, yard.............. 03C. Made by people'who arc long past flie experimental stage. They know all there Is to_bn known about cottons. 35 Inches wide. Very dur- able. Hudson's Bay Price, A slightly heavier cloth. Same width, r Highest clasp goods, Special price, ALLIES''NAINSOOK V'erj- lovely even (tne weaxe.' 36 "Inches wide. For Iho finest wear. Perfect good at, yard................ s NECESSITIES Now is-Jhe time get your trunk or hand luggage for your vacation "11O D A .________ CLUB BAGS" ?H.5ft.: -R.Wl.r-'W.SO.- .Sale........... TWO SPECIALS IN WARDROBE TRUNKS Steamer 5; hangers. Hcs- uisr J37.60. Julj: Cieaff. mice Salo N'o Luxury Tax. SUIT CASES There is nothing so serviceable as a tweed "for a knockabout. Two colors of grey and brown; Three quarter length, belted and trimmed with large but- r tons. Regular Sizes 16, 18, 36 and 40; Also winter coats to clear at greatly reduced prices. 11 ATTRACTIVE ONE-PIECE DRESSES OF TAFFETA HeEular to 5D Special -'Oof; taupe or'gie) Some are omhroidcrcd in shades and others are In effect with Imttons fo'fmlus paucls ou skirt SMART MODELS OF 'TAFFETA COMBINED WITH GEORETTE nnfinhr' to 431 oO Verj Special at ,V'I: We Pon't Believe These Prices Can Be Equaled SUMMER'S PRETTIEST BLOUSES FINE VOILE .BLOUSES In .the season'a.newaBt styles, made of sheer Quality Tollfc, lace, embroidery and tucked, .wltu or without or'-' short sleeves.. Ten distinct styles1 to' choose from Hud can be secured in sizes 44. Priced 5.00 LADIES' SAMPLES While Canvas Pumps, Ojforda ant! Boots beautitnl slylei ;tilar prices up to 60 BOYS' AND GIRLS' SANDALS V> fin flexible leather soles Regular i M nf 'Misses Mlppora jyltli nf ctr-jps lo Price SPORT, FOOTWEAR carry a full range of Iho Klcelfoot and Outing brand o! Tennis and Sport footwear. Ladles Pumps and Oxfords Stocktaking Specials in Men's Suits ENGLISH COTTON Or AVliUe.. calico; A good med- ium lonfeclolli. 36 Inches wide. betier at, rrt yard FINE PILLOW SLIPS N'o, filling 'or dressing. 42 inch slr.e. Useful .'q'tiallly. It pays to buy good goods.- 16 only. Regular value's up to J3S.OO. Spcclel to fi 7C clear MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Regular (8.00. Sale Grocery Dept. FRUITS ANO VEGETABLES, New Potatoes, Cab- bago.'per jb. Green Peas, 2 Beets, 3 bunches for............... Ck'.rrots, 3 bunches for............... Cooking Onions, per Hcgular Sale Regular Sale Regular O Of Hale iOc 25c IOc IOc IOc TOILET SOAP Sfllady 3 cftes (or CaslUe Soap In ban each Hath Soap, large tizn fakes, each WHITE VOILE BLOUSES AT Slip-over, buttou front, and side adorneil 'with lace aud embrotuen Made of sheer voile; several styles from.-Sizea 34 to 44 The quotation is cpe clal. YOU MUST CERTAINLY VISIT THE SHOE SECTION Because, the lateness of the season forces out these fine lines of high giade shoes. Ihey aie all smart, well-cut shoes, cau-ying medium and high class he'elfe; you will also find many other very tempt- ing buys in this department and M e fully recommend early buying as the piesent puces on the shoe market are still advancing LADIES' WHITE CANVAS BOOTS AVith flexible leather or rubber soles 0 Inch tops Louis mod ium or beds Regular up to ?o 00 Ao (jr Price r GIRLS' AND MISSES' SAMPLES In White Canvas Itoots and Jpno Slippers Ilegulir up to 1 _ Uojs Outing Price -i, Bojs arlil Girls Slip tr 'pers Price UNDERWSAfl llcgular up lo ?2.50. Stocktaking Special fll'.JJ CHILDREN'S WASH From 1.75'to Xll.'areal. ly 25c 50c 20c '.WASHING POWDERS Gold Dust and .poldeo 'Weai, per packei'i Sopade, small 1 n each 1 1C LA4JN DRV SOAPS Royal bars lo <7C_ Soap, P. nf bars for HOC i let-trie Soap Chips, per tt 2ac 3 Iba for Ripe Peaches, Plums, Cherries, Red and Black Currants, Goose- berries, Watermelon, Hot House Tomatoes. PHONE EARLY, 313 AND 1513 THE FI.R'M FOR SERVICE ;