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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MQTJDAY; KOWMBER! 22.1920 PAGE ELEVEN MILADI PHONB Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresfrird -SHATTERED IDOLS ..'i oa Saturday night, to attend tie lec- ture given by Bruce Bairnsfather. Mrs. T. H. Hatch arc spend- ing tho weekend In Cafdstou. I- P. 0. Hyde Is a visitor at Pincher ihat" the-pieces are hardly, worth. Creek today. 'picking pick them up Just the same: Patience and glue- will' work Canuck.- PER30KM. t 'Madame Valade his returne'd from Edmonton where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs; Royal. Mrs. A. M.Dowsley is visiting with friends near Cardslon. Rov.' T. D. Jones Xauton. Mrs. Fred Hick.has returned to the i., i cast, alter' spending somo time with :nt Sundaj In' moant> Mrs. Clara G. Wright in Belleville, Ontario.-' Since returning I to Lethbrldgo, MrsMlicK has received Miss Fay Cook ot Magralh Is visit- sacj news tha death of her ing ill Lcthbrldgo with her friend, mother. Jliss Leone Thomas. II. W: Portland, are., is vlslling friends in the city for a few days. a Jlrs. Paulson of Ban It 1 3 In the ulty, the guest of Mrs. Uogan, .Mr. Stephen Wakeman was end visitor In Calgary. Mr. 'am! .Mrs. M" Mrs. A. Fletcher are motor visitors in the city -tor wcek-.end. E. J. Blackburn e left today for visit to England- 9 Mrs. Erall Sick and two children In utmost 'good faith Iha Herald re cently published a'.written wedding announcement of the marriage of Miss Gladys Bowen and Mr. 'Robert' Piper, which was delivered at the office from a fictitious source. According to word received later this'report is in- correct. The Herald regrets publish- ing It and having caused Inconven- ience to the! parties concerned. v ..V V SOCIAL i BLACK CHIFFON VELVET MAKES A CHARMING DRESS Velvet is one of the most popular fabrics this season and Is developed In delightful dresses. This model WEDblNQft T A QUlet wedding was performed at the home of Bishop Ceo. Green last Saturday evening when Anna Layue Smith, of Ilaymond, and Percy Donald Murdock of LethbrlJgo were united in marriage. Bishop Green of- ficiating. WOODGER-CLARKE An interesting wedding tooi place 'cu Saturday, November 20th, when Miss Sarah." Elizabeth Clarke, of Ma- grath, was united In marriage with Mr. Edward Ueorge Woodger. also of Masrath. HIshoii-Geo, W: Green per- cereniony.' McDON'AI-D-SMITH On Weduesdayi.eTanlng, at Grace Presbyterian Hev. J. U. Laverla united ;In 'marriage H. L. MeDonald, of Cannangay, to MIsa Mary N. Smith p'r Vulcan, Alberta. The yoiing couple will make their home al-Carmangay. WHYTE WINNIPEG, Nov. The marrlago of Gladys Helen; youngest daughter of the late Sir WiHlam-Whyte and Lady Whyte. to Creigtiton, was quietly solemnized yesterday af- ternoon at "the residence of the bride's motlior. fhe bride was given away mar- rlaee by Uer brother.; William1 Whyte and wore a travelling suit of navy blue embroidered duvetyn. After an infonua.1 "reception Mr. and Mrs. Crelghton left for a short trip in the south. They will reside bere. fiudson's fla Uese Are the Days When Reaches Its Utmost Limit Dry foods CONSERVATORY RECITAL daytime wear Is. quite simple In CQU- structlon, but It Is an exceedingly conilns.mode. Cut all In one piece it- -fThe' orchestral, piano- and is drawn in-rather, loosely at the waist-' sion departments of the Lethbridge line by a piece of silver ribbon. Its generous folds are also restrained at the hem. .The bigh collar and long .front 'opening are faced- with silver Mrs. B. N. Higinbotham received, brocade. cordially i: since, movin rnoon for. the; first' time cade are placed about the; cuffs, .which J lowing program ng Into her.' haw. at Hiives a pleasing-touch of'color to "the ;X-Violin duet, S th. A safiu hat J. PI Mrs. Ross returned from Coal- have returned from Foremost, where-10043 117th ,t they were tlib guests of the former's Primrose and cerined ostrich ai mother, Mrs. Neil McPuee. m in the nton Journal. Conservatory of Music will hold their third recital ot the season on Wed- nesday evening at" S.I5. Conscrra- tory students aud. their friends aro cordially invited to attend. Tho fol- lowing programme wiH lie given: Symphony 1 (ttan- Isko an-l b. Pederson Miss vl'sited with her daughter, Miss Hatch, Is, super-) tntendent'afrjtlie hospital' tiicfe. Mr. .and L: Cook, Mr. and.' Mrs. Rpbliison aiid Mr. A. 1. -May-' nard Taber Tlsltors in the city {Coucone) Miss Pa- _ a uiaii- ion atiiii. nt sistpd.Mrs. Higinbo Tom accessories. March of the Douglas, I Mr. William Mrs. The the G.W.V.A. club rooms'was .the'.seene of much sociabil- ity- and merriment on Saturday sfter- no'oVwheiii, the MllltarySCnapler. HEMSTITCHED PILLOW- quality. 42 inch size. Regular price J2.50 pair. Tuesday only, AO 'SPORTS CORDUROY VEL-'' children's wear or skirts and: niiddies. In golden bro'wh, new or emeraid. 36 Inches Regular pilco 52.25 yard. -Tueeday >jn only, yard Whyte; .1 Miss Crior; (Tro-'jl rior; Yid.i.jjSjJqV-C lr. tlecorateil 'each table, and continuous The Cbrityod >o. OT, A. nd to all who helped to make 'ihV.affair an undoubted success. son) Messrs William neth Crozier. The Christian Science HUH block'gro'nhd fibpV, hold'their regular entertained a large cinlty of nunib.er of friends on Sattirday. even-; to and Mrs. mery, Mr. and Mrs. S, Stanford, "tie Pai for ture. With-the gets right down never ,t until .everrXtr'aca.jor.'tbe B. J. Blackburne who aje'leav- week for mixture aro literfllly pour- big into headquarters. Head this let- of suffering from that terrible bronchial aslhmnj ordered by all rordlcal men to Eiy busineRB in Montreal and go south to a warmer climate, but I noticed your nfl. in tho "Montreal Standard _, entertainment arid'lJainly re- ir'esliments.were served. The singing Syne" a; very pleasStit.'e'Tehlng to a of guests '.pnjoyed the H.'W. Meech I who received -j9iivSp.t.urday I at her n'orrter'-Sj.JjUf'.tJf. St. south.' A made, the THIS WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE Of Interest to ChiidleM Women! for tho above mixture and I said I i profusion bir-pTn'l vioul.1 give one more trial to health, drawing rooms-'SrM'fitraijtive, whil before I leavD my native town, ana Hunk tbe good maker I did. My bronchial tubes are clear, the hacking cough lias disappeared, tho wheezing cough has ceased as if by magic, and all discomforts have gone ainee taking your wonderful Corri, 417 McKay Street, Montreal. Thero is no reason whatever why yon cannot bo completely and speedily 15- ctored to health if you take this rem- edy. You are satisfied or the mouoy is refunded, according to our guaran- tee. Don't delay. Buy now Irom year druggist STOKES DRUG CO. SOLD IN LETHBRID6.E BY THE Mrs.'Jlivers' section of dies' AiS will meet.-In the ma at 3 p.m. on All the ladles of. this section are re- quested-'.to be' present. '4 The Municipal chapter, 1. vcill- Y. M. C." A. 'at eight q'elockTtonlg'h't. .c The Ladies' Society of the B. K. E. will hold their regular meet- ing tonight at 7 o'clock sharp .alter hlch a social evening will bo held. LEAGUE LADIES ONDERWEAR Just a few items of our large stocia mentioned. WOOL COMBINATIONS Watson's; the finest of -wools.' All sizes, but not all sizes in one line. This cnn not he excelled in lie city for value as this is old stock. Regular and ?14.00 J 71? to fn .Our prices W raV I WATSON'S COMBINATIONS needle knit, no sleeve, ankle length. All" COM- SILK T.OP COM- BINATIONS Harv-oy's make, no sleeve, ankle length, flesh, and' white. -VI SILK TOP i VESTS Flesh and "white, all sizes. -Makea a beautiful t9-OC gift: COMPLETE LINES OF THE HARVEY MAKE B'eautilul garments, well finished, and full sizes.: .Corobihations....... to to to .FOR TUESDAY. A Special Sale of Corsets At V Pair Every. ;woman who desires to .purchase .corsets of moderate cost Will find ndvau- tage to .niake .Belecdoii ...from these assortments. There are many excellent, modela'in pink or, vfhlte coutil' io nje'dlum hip 'styles, Some ot these have .clastic, insert I at. .bach and therb are a few with "elastic tops. All'sizes are rep- resented" there and models for every figure'typo. Very spa: cial for Tuesday at, per pair Toronto, suffered for long lime from a female weakness, in- flammation, and n terrible bacliache caused by Uiat condition. One day one little Os'orgle Meeiih'iJiftfrB'charming little door Simpson'invited to Mrs. Oorc.M. Barrow B. Bowmar. cut tbe >elng attractively centred with a lo've: y basket of yellow chrysanthemums. Vrn. W. L. JicKcnzle, Mrs. Hugh Craw- ford and Mrs. R. W. Long assisted in serving. Mrs. P. Cull gave several delightful musical selections during the lea hour. Mlea Elizabeth Taylor entertained a number of young people In the.city on Saturday In St. Angustln's hall, when about forty.-flve children, gather- ed together for 'a moat enjoyable af- ternoon. Chrysanthemums and gay decorations ol flags mado the ball at- tractive while the young people Joined enthusiastically In a variety of games and dancing. Miss Lorna Simpson Miss Nora Macleoo' and Miss Bentley assisted ..Jlrs. Taylor Jn entertaining th'o young guests who thoroughly: en- joyed every uilnulo of the afternoon. -t Trehhoimo bleltsbri oh Satnr day afternoon at bor home, 634 15tU street south, recejved (or Die first time since coming fo the'city from Sine- leod, anil marty. took advantage of tho opportunity to call. Mrs.. Dlckson, be- comingly gowned itt "white satin and Mrs. Domcncla Zazzalll, number of- tenement whic'S slTrir estimated by: Jier relatiycs-tlint she, gave awa> 'piactic'a'llr 'in: uncollc'cled' tats'; and' sTie iiicj kels and coppers" io-the clitldren. w of constituting a force- v iit ft rlend to in AririMalwhlch-.vi-gB to. Robe'ft." Cecil's resolution along the same lines,