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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY PAGE ELEVEN MILADI PHONE im PERSONAL O Mrt. J.'E. Ten-ill la entertaining brldge''tomo.row afternoon. Dr. 'and' Mrs. husk 'left today for, Calgary where the doctor will attend tho 'veterinary convention on Thurs- day. Mr. .and Mrs. H. J. Watchorns aud children have- returned from their visit in.the cast and ara BE ending A few days In the city before prcceeuiiig to Coutts. Mra. K. G. Hauinioud and children Are paying an extended visit to the former's parents Major and Mrs. Burnett. w m Friends of Mr. K. W. Fletcher of J2th' St., A., North will regret to learu that ho Is again a patient in Gait Hoi- pital undergolngthls third operation. Martam Valade leaves tonight for a visit to Edmonton. A very-pleasant time was spent yes- terday afternoon when Mre. D. H. Elton entertained at "50-3." ,Mrs. W. J. HcCambly retained yes- terdny from tiree months' visit In the east. 1 Dora Ntmmoua returned yes- terday -from .attending the 'press con- vention In tie eait. A party consisting of H. Sinclair, 0. XP.R. lien'left on a hunting eipedl- ion, seventy-five miles Into the big game country in the Flat Head Valley. Mr. Len Drown has left tor a days' visit to Calgary. few Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, Mrs. J. Hufner aud Miss Alberta Kufner left for. Calgary to see the perform- ance ot "Chtt.ChiQ this morn- IDE. Travelling passenger agent Cani' Held of the Union Pacific Railway was in tho city yesterday. _ Harry A, Driess, has returned tc Fort Saskatchewan after a visit to Lelhbrldge louth. and other'points the SOCIAL On' Tuesday ovenlng last 4 Troop (SL -Augttstlu's) Boy Scouts entertained the members ot No. 1 Com- pany (St, Aujusthi's) Girl Guides, at their room, corner of Sth Street and Avenuu S. Tho program open- Jed Tfith a bis tet ball game, Ladies vs. Geuts, which resulted in a draw, after which other games were IB order. Second class Scout Geo. Croigbtoa de- lightfully entertained the assembly with' a varied program, thereby win- ning his "Entertainer's" badge. Re- freshments, were served by .the boys and one and all votod the evening a huge success and are looking forward to the next night's dance ol the G. W. V. A. was the most successful hold by that organization, according to the opinion of a number of people who The special orchestra of he club is proving a good drawing card and their music, combined with ho best floor In the dty attributed argely to tho above opinion. Sixty couples 'attended tbe dance. The telephone operators union are living a dance in Harper's Hall on evening, November 5th. Dano- indulged lu.froni 9 till 2 o'clock. Invitations can' be obtained 'rom any of the operators. o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Daughters and Maids of-. Eng- land have arranged to hold tho. first whist drive of the series on Novem- ber 10th in Burgman's Hall. Full particulars .will be published- later date.. _.......... Mrs. 0. C. Edwards, provincial vice- president of the National Council ot Women will give a report of the pro- ceedings of the annual meeting in Knoi Church Thursday, November 4th at 4 p'.m'. All vfdmen of the city are Invited. Tickers for the Major Jack Rosa Chapter I. 0. D. E. Military Ball Arm- istice night, November llth, may" he procured at the Iledley Drug Co., or Mrs. McGregor's section of the Rebekah's meet at Mrs. -Jas Reid's 1201 Ave.. N, on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. H I .Mrs.- Tr'eliving's section of the Bebeliah's will meet at the1 home o: Mrs. Klever 639 9th St., South, on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. ;The department ot the Daily Fashion By Gertrude ishioti I before the property committee of the oard of education. "Motion picture machines would help out in the teit- i shortage." DAME FASHION IS WHIMSICAL THIS SEASON o- NEW YORK, Oct. shop windows are showing a wonderful ar- ray of winter raiment these fine Oc- tober days. Although garments of heavy mate- rial and much fur trimming heralded the winter season..there are no out- standing differences between display- ed winter apparel and autumnal. There does seem to be, however, a more lavish and eccentric display ot the trifles'ot fashion, or the paprika in the wardrobe of essentials. The paprika this year IB almost pepper, so piquant and pert are fashionable foibles. L Lfpther Trimmings Simply this, velvet sailors are draped with large meshed veils em- broidered in of brilliant colors EVENING WRAP OF SAPPHIRE BLUE VELVET A color that is creating most favor ablo only in the of dress hut also lu tho realms of mil linery, is sapphire blue. This is the color of- velvet that Is selected for the development of this richly trim med wrap. It is designed with a pret lily draped collar that extends almos halfway down the cape. About this as well as around the wide cuffs o the sleeve openings, ia a broad bam of blue satin which thickly encrust ed with-sapphire blue beads. The lin ing ot pale rose .meteor reveals lh' liking for .materials of conirasuu] color. made from rafia so heavy mtght be only a dyed straw trimming. that presentable for street wear am lit has the distinct advantage that i "10 Ia3t K "8 W8" they are taking a back scat for garages. Another.barn trophy much !h demand this year is a heavy bar- ness leather, which is dyed various colors and used for girdles, dress and suit bandings and appliques. Afternoon arid evening gowns pre- Mathesls Club will ineet at the hornet Afternoon arid ever of Mra. F. A. Stoltze on Thursday eve- er Wdskln, -which Is being pleated and ning (tmorrbw) at 8 o'clock. ruffled much as a silk or lace fabric. a fashionable house is showing model of cherry colored duvetyn TREE PUNNING Table; Seltr "THE CANAOtANSALT CO.UMITEO An; executive meeting of the Major Jack Ross' Chapter I. O. E. vfill meet at'.the. home of .Mrs. -De Veber 532 Sth St., South, on Thursday eve- ning at S'o'clock. There: will he a regular meeting of theV Women's the'iy: M. C.'A. on Friday afternoon; at i o'clock In PHI L ADELPHI A, pet. 22 Ion pictures will eventually displace many p'opinm toil-books In Ihe'public .schools, pro- Bright eyes, rosy cheeks and red UPS come from good digestion. U Is a deiictoos V ild, to tfte teeth, breath. Gloves are adding their share of the vh'ite'sift Wfls.- 'They are very long, s vflth tho cnntlmintion f-..short sleeves. Their dash Is fnr- ilslied hy puffed wrists or ruffled lops f some contrasting color and mate- lal. Thus, a pair of bisque kid boast a flare lop of black and white check- erboard silk, and a pair of long white .1'- have a puffed wrist of henna olored silk. Merchants say that- never lefore has glovedom seen euch freaky iffects. a 4 THE SUIT BLOUSES -j MOTION PICTURES BETTgR THAN BOOKS IN SOME.'SUBJECTS 'ontinenlal Fad Reaches Eng- land; Jewelled Pipes Popular another stronghold acred to men haj'filleu before tho advance of moderu briar ilpe. For some time past the Continent las accepted the coming of the pipe or women. The new fashion has now 'eacaed England; and pipes of tlaiuty appearance, graceful outline, and ele-j :aot proportion are being made by ixporls in the West Knd ot London. These pipes tiny bowls, EOIUO of which are shaped Uko an egg or! bell and hold about the- amount ot obacco contained In a couple of cig- arettes. Some of the women smoiera ike them with a plain gold band for mounting, while others favor a dainty circlet of jewels round the item, They aro about six Inches long and welfh only one-quarter of an ounce, We- have on the average-five new customers a said a member of firm which Is specializing-in thii work, "and-there are many hundreds ot women pipe-smokers in England. It Is not a.fad or a passing fashion. Wo blend a special kind of mild to- bacco for their we sell about sbtty pounds of it a week I think on9 of tho. reasons why vforaen are taking to the briar is be- causo they like to-be companionable with their husbands, and.they want to join him In pipe in the evening. They find that.jt costs lees than cig- arette smoking, too. Some otvour customers ara only twenty, while others are as much as fifty." LENINE BLAMES V ARMY LEADERS GENEVA. Nikolai Lenlne, the Russian lias written from Moscow to a close Russian professor named Lutinlow who Is now recuperating that the bolahevlst Invasion of Poland failed owlns to bad military leadership, i The red army is composed'.of loyal fighters but the chiefs we're not'up th'elr Jobs, ssys Lenine: 'Ha great-hopo on tie propagahsiir'bf-En- Pasha In Afghauictan and Belu- iliistan, adding that India sooner 'or ater will adopt holshevist rule. et black kldskin. Huge polka dota dits associate f kid dot" the gown and a chain of ermtendenl of thq schools In this city. Iternata jet and crystal beads .with Thirty public schools here now havo arrings of Jet are-'suggested to fin- Plcture-niach.ines and. rent ah the costume.. Tho price, Oh, i from lne film, exchanges for uso heir lessons. merely a'trifle of three thousand, all old.. iji: The Newest Gloves' In the-i "More can often be .in five minutes with an Instructive specially "Diamond Dyes" Are Guaranteed Colorsnever or have "Dyed" Look CANDIDATE IS. DISMISSED BY C.N.R. TORONTO, Kov. Hlgglns, The Store of Quality Groceries aigtMgfejlsfJga'tc_____jjOsaiakg IggM'ig MOTHER SHIPMENT OF B.C. APHIS DOMESTIC APPLES Jonathans, Wagners, Northern Spy, Yellow Pippin, Winesap, just arrived. While (Prt they last, per case I Choice Bulk Dates, per lb. Cranberries (Cape per lb. Choice Oranges, per dozen........80c, 90c, PRICES QUOTED ABOVE INCLUDE DELIVERY OF SAME' Lettuce, Celery, Grape Fruit, Spanish Onions, Emperor Grapes, arriving daily. NEW SHIPMENT OF HUDSON, BAY TEA JUST ARRIVED soldier-labor candidate for the On- orlo legislature in tho northeast To- ronto by-election, which it to bs held on November 8, has been dtsmliMd 'rom employment by the Na- tional railways, according to a state- meat made by his election agent Mr. latlaated more than ones lately that he regarded him- self automatically dismissed from tha government railway ierrlo> because oC his candidature. When you eat let it be the best CANDIED- Lemon, Orange and Citron Peels FOR YOUR CHRWTMU CMOS AND PLUM niDDINOS to th. B and flu marmrivr in SOLD BY ALL GROCERS or running M wlvet Imperial Pobrine in the amok-cue and niore available vrhrrevtr wo With Imperial Premier Gawllne for we 11 haw t roost i i Bach paekgae of "Diamond Dyes" coutoins directions so'Dlmple thnt nny woman can diamonrt-dye u new, rich, fadeless color into worn, shabby gar- ments, draperies, coverings, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed They are 'made up in a shade Ighter than their suits and oi crepe de Chine iri 'the new heavy" Quality which Is meeting .with' great' success among Smart, 'drass-j goods, nakcrs. It'is a long time- since we Buy lave had blouses of crepe'do Chins, jut now tho knell of Georgette' has-intend even if yon Have-never dyed jean sounded and crepe de Clilne, it Ksfore.. Druggist has color- card show- ieems, Is rising to lake its place. ;At least we can say for this newer fancy :hat It is a more wearable thing. Coat dresses in tho fashionable heavy and soft materials ara 'extra- ordinarily popular, and tho French designers have done nobly by way of presenting new and-original styles In this sort ot wearable frock. Serge Is also a most favorite fabric for frocks of this character, for It-is al- "Diamond other perfect results aro gua'r- J'l ng Blxtcen rich.colors. Immodesty of Fashions Mrs. Colin IT. Camnhsll of Winni- peg stated at th6 meeting of tho pro- vincial chapter, I. O. D. E., recently Umt failriuiis for women are becom- ing more extreme and more Indecent with each season. II Polarine UVER TROUBLE When the liver becomes torpid and Inflamed, it cannot furnish sufficient bilo to the bowels, thus causing them to become constipated. The Btomnch Is also affected. In tho cnso of heartburn there la n gnawing and burning pain In tho stomach, attended by disturbed ap- petite, caused by great acidity. When- ever too miich food Is taken, It is liable to- ferment, and become ex- tremely vomiting often occurs; and what Is thrown up, is-sour and sometimes bitler. Other -llvci1 trouble symptoms aro pain under the right' shoulder, yellow- ness of the skin and oyea, floating SHOCKS before tho oycs, coated tongue, bad tasie In the breath, brash, constipation, ctci Keep your Hvcr acllva by using Mltburn'a Laxa-Uvor" Pills and you will have no heartburn' or :'olh'cr liver troubles. Being purely vegetable they do not gripe, weakon'or sicken like the old-fashioned purga'tlvea'gen- erally do. v Mrs., Mory Strfime, Olasnevln, fesk., have used-' Mil- burn's Lara-Liver Pilla, and they cleared me of heartburn nnd liver trouble. I don't think'thoy can bo heaten by nny other medicine, and I can highly recommend them." 25o ft vial at alMlcalcrs or mailed direct'on receipt of price by Tho T. Mllbu'rn Co., Limited, Toroa- WHEREVER you tour, throughout trie of Canada, you can secure the PolaHne.ybu now use for the same uniform gradea :ara sold by dealers everywhere from Halifax to Imperial Polarine reduces your greatest yet costs Ies3 than storage, tires, repairs or gasoline. It reduces friction to a minimum, maintains a piston-tight seal under heaviest engine heat, helps the engine extract the last ounce of power out of gasoline. Imperial Polarine holds its body, maintains the motor running Brnoothly and quietly. The Imperial Chart of Recom- mendations shows the grade recommended for your car. Aik to tee i t when you stop for oil. Imperial Polarir.c is eold by good dealers everywhere in seated one- gallon and four-gallon cans, half-barrels and barrels, also in steel kegs, the handy size for the; home garage. Buy the; larger sizes to save money. IMPERIAL POLARINE IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVT IMPERIAL POLARINE A bulj) twtrf btdj) 4 GRADE'SPECIALLY SVITED TO MOTOX LIMITED -.Lubrication 'Cities ;