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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUXE 15, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HKRAtJ> PAGE ELEVEN 35P Daily Fashion PERSONAL' Mr; Geoffrey Harrington arrived'In the city last night from Limerick, Ire- land.' Mr. Barringion has taken a posi- tion with the Aircraft As- EOciatlon. Miss oi Donna, Texas, la tho guest of illss Ml rim Stollzc. Mr. Leon DunBworth returned this morning' from-.Northwestern' Univers- ity Dental School, Chicago, to spend !ae summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Dunsworth. "Mrs. 3.' Palmer has arrived' In :hi) city from Ireland. Lcn S. .Brofcrn- left1 yesterday f -for Dulgary. Miss S. Alston spent tho week-end In Magrath. Mrs. F. E. Maycs and daughter, of Calgary, who have been Visiting friends in the city, left jast night for Detroit, Mlchr Miss Ella Mline'f spent the-week- >hd In Raymond. Jesse Hardlo returned to the city this morning from Birmingham, Eng- land. Owing to Mr. Hardle's lungs being affected through being- gassed )it the front, the climate ;tu the Old Country did not perult of his resi- fleuce there. Jilss Dena Hull' was the week-end tuect of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taylor, jtegrath. i Miss Blanche Hilling returned'trom Calgary this morning. -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bawden left yes- terday for Atlantic City. Before re- turning home they will visit Ontario tho eastern States. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. have been Spending a" few days In Fernle. Mips Eva Stirling, .is.the fcue'sf'o'f 'lira.' M.' Dunsworth. ;Capt. Forester and Lady and Miss "Watch your skim.. la 'won you ew'tie of rath or apply Ziun-Bnl. This antisepticrbilm will protect tie from Infection, pre- Vent it from spreading and healing followa. i A Ciretul keep !Etm-Buk on for'tlftir chil- dren'! paJn Hulekly and prevents any 'possibil- ity of feitcrlng. for. turns, acmldj, ringworm, alp florea, ecifima. And jteething riuih. All dealers 60c bor. were Wen ont to the golf links by Sujt. Pennefather shortly after liwch yesterday where several rounds of golf were enjoyed. Ches Asplar.d and Steve Halpto spent Snnday in Magralh. Mrs. Arlal and family have gone to Blairmore for tho summer months. JUrs. Gordoa'Gcar left yesterday for Haley where she will spend the next two weeks visaing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sykes. a. Week-end guests in tho city Includ- ed tho following; H. S. Allen, Ray- mond; Theodore Brandley, Stirling; 0. H. Snow, C.-F. Tolstrlp, S. Mltcholl, and A. Palmer, of Raymond. SOCIAL I-ady Kindersley .and Miss Klndcr- sloy.were guests of honor at a dcllght- e -me inbersV oi 9 -pfflc'la j ibcard met 'at J. complimentary to Johnston, whose idnrrlage; fook place a month ago, to whom" the affair was a surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston were presented with a chair and piece .of china. v Champion Chapter, 0. B. S.. ci Lends an invitation to members of the Maple Leaf Chapter lo attert the in atallatiou banquet to be held In Cham- pion on Monday, June 14tb. Those intending to make this trip kindly com- munlcato with telephone numbers 1110 or 1S8G as soon as possible. .The members and adherents of the United church are arranging a congre gatlonal gathering complimentary to Rev. and Mrs. Hodglns In the church on Friday evening neil. The people a1 White's appointment will attend. Al associated with tha church, young am old, arc Invited. WEDDINGS By Gertrude Beresford SILK AND LACE ARE EFFECTIVE Tho fashion of combining beautiful lace with silks of different colors .is very much in evidence. Iu this dress a dark blue taffeta silk Is favored for tho blouse and straight panel that fronts the skirt. Beneath the yoke of flounces of lace are cleverly at- tached. These are of a rich, deep cream color, but a sparkle of bright- ness ia added by the threads of silver with whlcli tbey are embroidered. Cloth of silver is also used to outline the corsage'and short sleeves. 'The large hat of blue shows u loose facing of cream lace that really takes the place of a veil. urged to lie present as Mrs. Ritchie will present her report of the Nation- al Convention recently held ID Cal- gary. The matron' of the Isolation Hospit- al desires tojhank Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bowman anil Mr. and Mrs. Bletcher for the fpiendid donation of books recently received. Wash Day and Backache Tito marriage of Miss Gladys Hilling of this city arid'Mr.; P, Wil liani D. Sask. was Quietly solemnized in; "Calgarj yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev A. W.. R. Whytemaa officlatjnj. The bride, who was charmingly tlreS in a cream suit, picture hat, and wearing a corsage bouquet of Ophelia roses, was attended by her sister, Miss Blanche Hilling, of this city, who wore a marine blue taffeta gown and hat to match. The groom was supported by Mr. II. E. MacDonald of the Mer- chants Bant sIaff, Calgary, Following the ceremony the bridal party had dinner at tho Palllser hotel, tho bride and groom leaving on the evening train for Banff where the honeymoon will be epent. Mr. ami Mrs. Stopfonl will take up their future residence nt Sholln-ook. Sask., where Mr. Slopford Is located with the Canadian Bank of Com- merce. A pretty wedding was recently sol- pmnised at Cranhrook when :Mlss Mabei F. Cameron and Mr. Harolu P. Kay were united in marriage, Rev. F. V. Harrison officiating- After a honey- moon spent at .coastal points Mr. and Mrs. Kay' will return to Cranbrool; where they will iu future reside. SANDERSON At the Presbyterian manae last evening Hev. H. Denoon united in marriage Miss Evelyn Bpryl Sander- son of this city and Mr. Adolph Beau' fort Martin, also of this city.' The bride and groom wore unattended; Fol- lowing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs, Martin left for Kcglna.where they wil! In future reside. ITALY WANTS 12 BILLIONS I PARIS. June 15 to j reparations paid by Em-; pirea, including pensions, hits been fiicd 'at .lire (normally about according'to "despatclies to newspapers here. day is the leaat wel- come day of the we6k :ri niost homes, though sweeping 'day'is nbt-tmich better. Both dayaf are'most trying on the back. The strain of washing, Ironing and inceplng frcftucnlly deranges lha THo. system Is polsonfld and backaches, rheumatism, pains In the Ifmba result. Kidney acllon mtjfct bs liver amtkencd to action and Kowcla regulated by such treatment Dr.''6iiaEWKIdriey-Llvcr Pills. This fnvirlle o( thcwcll- iinown Receipt Book aufhor will not 'fail you In Iho hour of need. .On? piil Kt n boi it ill dealers, or KdmiDEon, Bates Co.f Ltd., Toronto, Dr. Chase's Kidneij-LiveR Pills CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The. Thistle Sewing Circle meets with Mrs. A. Wilson, GOS 12lh St, A North, on Wednesday afternoon. The regular monthly meeting of tho nursing division of the St. John's Am bulanco Brigade will bo held tomor row night at S o'clock at the home o Miss Bawden, 4th Ave. 3. The unveiling of the tablet erected by the Slkokotoki Chapter, I. 0. D. B. and the pupils of the Oalbralth school In memory of tha late principal, Fred erick Phillips, will take place on Fri day, 18th Instant, at 3 p.m. All mem bcrs of the SikokotoM. Chapter are requested to be pfesenl. .The Willard W.'C. T. U. will mee on Thursday nfterr.Ron at the home of Mrs. Mcllvena, HU 13th St. North All members nro urged to bo prcsenl The ropreaonlativ6s of the churches on the Iloolh Committee are anked lo meet In the Y. M. C. A., on Wednes day evening ct 8.30 .o'clock. A special general' meeting of th Military-Chapter, -will b 1 held tonight at 8 o'clock hi tbo O. W V. A. club rooms. Every member t Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and achea become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking COLD MEDAL The world's for kidney, liver, bladder find uric acid Nationcl Remedy of Holland ciaco 1655. Guaranteed. All druggists, 50c. box. Look for tho rcme tJold oa crery bos arU accept DO ubilalioa The Beauty of The Lily can be yours. Us wonderfully pure, soft, pearly white ap- from all will be com- parable to the perfect beauty of your fikin 2nd complexion If you will usTp 30, for............................ l.lO .Those you favour the well- known makes of corsets, will do well to take advantage of thbj special offer. Moderately Priced Goods from the Dry Goods Section Oriental Creiarn TWO T SON. Comfort Feet That Itch And Burn With Cuticwa size crochet style: Only a few to clear. Tlcaalar price This week only, each................................................. WHITE'COTTON 42. In a good Quality white ''oa; Tills week special, 2 pairs -I 7Q' size "and shada' nibbed top. Worth today pair. WTiiie'they last, and no luxury tas, op per LADIES' W.HJT'E' LISLE value at'55c each. Oft This week, 03C SPECIAL ?'H.B." LISLE mercerized, full fashioned and r spliced hccla and toes. Ixwkd Ilka silk. They come iu black, brown, unil .while. Sizes 0, and 10. Splendid ralue at, cf psir OOC WE HAVE STILL A FEW PA.1RS OF PERRINS' black anil wliils, sizes 6 These gloves sell today n jfft 9 7C for ?6.00 pair. O'ur price, pair.................... t D the latest noveklcs in children's 'sunshadea zrejiere. Some are very dainly In pink and blue with lacs Rpleiulid valuo. at, LADIES' the colors of'Pekin blue, cerise, ftmcriild, purple and copen. Puro silk corcrcd Tvltb. novelty rj AA' 1 liantilc. Griat valr.e at, COLORED Copenhagen, pink, sky, black, white, grey am] rose-. 40 inches ivide. Rceular value yard, Thfa QO Yi'cek special, yard.......................................... 'VOILES1 VOILESII VOIUES1I1 Our voiles aro selling fast .and we expect to be sold out of every leading number In about Ibrce weeks' lime, and no more In eight. Wo sllll have a apiendld assortment and adviso buying early to prevent disappointment. Seasonable Furnishings for Men and Boys Tils bright, warm weather usually means tbat'we cast aside- all' trace of winter apparel and begin to "doll up" ready for the girl, the, holiday or cut-otioors. If you're in this .Irame of mir.d "acre's a few suggestions. i MEN'S FINE .G. also the brand, in neat assorted striped 1-7C to-4A 1ft z ephyrs, cambrics, etc.' All a Izcs. Priced 1 I 0 NEW WASH Whrte grounds With colored stripes and figured design. They como in a good width. "jr" and An Price, each ISC l.UU REAL NIFTY NECkWEAR IN- FIGURED rich shades of siUs.lncitoral and striped patterns. Ko need to pay exorbitant prices for'peckwear when you'carrbuy ties, like moderate prices. See them and yon will bo convinced. MEN'S LISLE H08EHA nice fine quality lisle wKh lots at "give" which ensures gopd white and Prtce, gA pair OVC MEN'S CASHMERE In cream, black, Uo asd colors. A.nice fine quality cashmero soct Pair MEN'S STRAW AND PANAMA Heal for boaithw, colt and general outdoor wear. In the- Sanmtt straw and Toyo paDama. boaters, the fedora and. squara crown styles In TOJIO an4 nenulne PanamaK. Any of these ara extra at the-.n Aft to f fn price. Bach 1 .3U BOYS' SHIRT With lay down collw and {Mt- oner. In assorted stripes, dark and tin In plain blue, good stout wearing? materiaJe. JUgolar Special 1 BOYS' COMBINATION In a nice fine elairtic cotton' knit, well stitched and buttons. 2t to' S2. a Suit 7... BOYS' hare now a nice raise of these eooda. B win pay you to enr stock before In Worsteds, and Modlnm and dark stades. All elses. O