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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SDAy.OCTOBER 5..192.9 THE 'LETHB'filbGE DAILY PAGE years even longer; most budgets also a proportion oi the income set as savings but in calculatlhk possib'ie luiuimum savings been omitted, it Is interesting to not? that in one, province where these budgets were averaged" from return's "sent la separately by employers and 'employee's: that the" final results we.ro within a few cents weekly of the' sania'a's each other. f V PERSONAL >Irs...C.'.C, Kins 'y3.il 7th, from four lo daaghter "the late Sir Rlchatd atid McBrtde, to (.'apt-' Marshall 'ut homo in the Bank Beet: o or North. 1ms as her guest for a tew dsysj ot Mtylldiie.- Hat, pC Mr, aad Mrs. JCorciito ia a if AND SOCIETIES meeting o! iuo Local Councilor Wc-ft'eii Tyiil be in the i I 1 (lif.-As business Is important, it is hoped nil ijes. oi.altiUatod societies will Tula Svcloome td'all wonieu'of Mrs. section of the Re- P. F. Lcthbrjdse Mr. Jofci BaS3 have takes their, the Coald-ite road, foraer- whom twelve ly 'ths: 6 R? fiiinferrfeiihitfcs; jttons'secured. al- homo at Mrs. 'DavfsV Corner Cth Avenue and 12th S( B North, on Wednesday evening. Tie following is a reporl of tho TtaTellers' Aid for the month of Sep tember by Miss' M. Cameron: Trains met, .were {ieo-iile assisted C5. for four girls. S. B. Laacetieid, jett 1-Vday wfcere she. will be theigpest of friends for the nest ten 5WraltI. M fr GENERAL Saturday; Valley e pej'Jftee Okaruganl train, and pa n ooped up at e are .int Friends of.-MISs'Jejsieai: will learn In' litest' evening gowns the very tight draping is noted with the'Dominion' Bank, left, Vancouver i the silt skirt, the drape finished in a inciuditfg draperies .t the'frout; trquser effect; itroduced. A druggist, sued al.imony, declare'd as she'wa: abW.bjtaniJbe wec'k'f-for- workf ;1nVhis bu judge decided she should, have siorei; The correct: .wayjolt putting: on sil gloved is'to wjirk each fingeriandHh The gloves by the fingeifpf the oUi'ef.hiiid Ihlo. the. .crotch wiiir regret Srrs. P. C Tor 'about a' Sirs. C. ente: t Monday Victoria. ted at the lea :hoor [hoJlSg-'pf Mrs. W. i SOCIAL This Wesley Camp Tin Girls iheli a enthusiastic meeting last ing'In the' ladles' parlor. The. girls are'itaklnj hold 61 their fall prog-ram biaifcsslike way, and commit- tees at-work, in connection various i things they haver "planned" HiiYey Hallowe'en Tea and Pantry Sale Vor October the C- .._.. hill Farm, annouoce'.'thei ongajeaien of their only daughter Ada Kathleen to Mr. Joseph Bakos, son of Mr, and Hrs.rStsvea this .city. -i Tfie engagement' is Victoria ol Donalda Daily Fashion By qertrade.BtrMtord.. Almost universally. women, regard nifen as awkv'ard .over-grown boys, and men look upon soaie- vrisat refractory, but engaging chll drcs. The husbuiid has nuch to learn, and the more ceriaiu le Is concerning his ability for ''man- aging" his wife, the greater the men- ace of failure. A wise mau Is bumble regarding his knowledge of the female soul.' j'ThO; ypnnf frequeritly 6 liess of his bride. arriert' niari is most the Nevertheless, The Hygiene of Marriage get turned down s to sit around and wait for sb'me- thing to turn up. Pleated tucks and panels are details 'or fall. idarpet-7 a novelty Paris is playing urf.strongly. Baby Irish lace is used for lingerie blouses, .on neckwear and on under- O. ,1 .'.I Leg' o' (nnttOni -bishop lleeYes afe-'irftroduced feme' fall dresses, but..they have not yet been taken up seriously. .V V: Tiny oitrich feathervfuBi, njada' of and fit lii a in'aii'B vest pocket, are among" the novelties of the season. French blouses for fall all have col- lars. These re not of the Ugh choker .variety, but there are no round' collarless necks, being. shown, and d Invariably has some sort of collar. for Estimating Cost of Living Meals, room, shoes and rubbers, re- pairing .shoes, underwear, coat; 'dresses -anti shirtwaists, handker- chiefs, nightgowns, corsets, corset- he makes. nUstakts, ajid.qfteu suffers be- .'dlieged unreason- ableness of his'.partner. He may have an Indulgent, doting mother who has habitually humored aisd petted b-im. In'tis ignorance that his wife will .behave {owa'rds hini as his tond mother behaved. He. compelled to undergo a' complete reeducation concerniiig ihe relation of men' and -iomen. Un- consciously he mav annoy hia bride from the outset of tbB.'honeymbdn b'y petty selfishness. At Jirst she may refrain from pointing out.the thought- less acts that vox her. But one day when- her nerves are tired, she may litter her.first caustic roproach. To a sensitive man this is a pain- ful .moment. He cannot conjecture what he has done, or left undone, to merit such sarcasm. It may be that he has scattered cigarette ash on the clean tablecloth, or unthinkingly sea.texi in the-most, comfort- able chair. Jfihe is hot-tempered as well as the two. traits are usually found, in conjunctions-he will retort sharply to }Ue ,Etiug. In a wordy, contest with the greater number of: men'are puny combatants. If he Is sileiit his wife will think him sulker. 'it he flies into a rage, she Will defend her con- duct and add to first indictment. The advice tliat-I.tender.'ii'.not my own. It is any counsel that 1 could offer.: Two women whoni-1 resoect profoundly all sincerity that too liberal-in our what a woman says when she Is irritated. The young husband should1 know that It is human to exaggerate uuder vex- ation, and that this human tendency is rather slrouger in women than in eu. 'Possibly inost women .caunot help saying, thoy: nie'an when mfferine.from iiritation. Let the un- tried husband hear this In the wedding day.onwards. Let him also remember that the woman vrho denounce, his faults is the one who Is capable of appfeciat- him luary excess.. Another very tuportant infiuenc.e upon fha health if Is tue age at wblch the parents ma'rry, an'd whore the mother and father are very young the Qrst children are not so likely to be of as fine a those of somewhat older persons. In regard to resemblance to parents, there are certain characteristics which are more likely to' follow the father, snch as the features, the shape of the' head anil the general constitution., Those features which ate most apt to i Weteiiay-Slways a Day of Specials With Us Bay YOU WILL FIND IT.VERY INTERESTING STROLLING THROUGH THE PIECE GOODS SECTION VIEWING THE LOVELY NEW FABRICS THAT ARE BEING DISPLAYED. be transmitted by tho mother are tho shape of the" body and tho formation of the internal organs, while- the char- acter and mental uualities may he in- fluenced by either parent or both. Pre-natal hygiene often has consid- erable effect in benefiting the coming infant. conditions under which j the mother Hvba-acd her habits have 'A marked influence on tlie child, al- though to.tho extrava- gant, degree credited to these pre-natal factors by.'popular superstition. "What may appear to be a direct and actual Inheritance of- a disease may be only the production of tho disease in that person, by the same'agents, environments and morbid conditions that caused tho disease in the parents. conditions so caused arc not, hereditary. This Is particularly true of tuberculosis. ing merits, and defending asiinsty'tfle whole, Mortimer, in London JIail. local jn your If six .women a little I siiall be" pleased to Visit your local." ADVANCING THE U. F. W. A. IN LETHBRIDGE CONSTITUENCY raincoat, repair of laundry, medicine and den- car fare, newspapers and and postage, as- sociation dues, insurance, vacation ex- penses, amusements, church.and other contributions, incidentals, tplal for the I year. In malting up trie budget such art- cles as an 'umbrella, raincoat, winter coat, suit, are- calcii.laled hii rt yearly proportion of the cost, as they probably, may servo for from 2 to 3 Mrs. Lucy Peterson, of Baruwell, U. F.-W. A. director" for Lethhringe, is sending the following circular letter to all U. F. A. locals in that constit- uency where there is not a branch of the U. P. W. A. organized: "As our busy'season is almost over, I''would like.very much if you could co-operate, in the. work of our organ- ization in'this way: Let me know if tliero Is any. .'opening at all for a wo- men's local Jn yoiir. district. "I should be very pleased to address a meeting of your local if the men will all bring their wives out. "Yoil will find a U. P. W. A. local a valuable asset to the U. F: A. Tho TO- men "will bring into the organization just the things you lack most. A TJ. F. W. A. Ipcal not only insures the devel- opment of. the social side o[ your or- but undertakes to solve many community problems which fail to interest, men, such ng rural educa- WEARING OP! WIGS 'IS LATEST. CRAZE OF SOCIETY FOLK _ about all the styles and vagaries that could bo extracted from the war, women lave now stepped back to colonial days and the ultra-fashionable are wearing white wigs at evening functions. .Tan craze is said lo have taken firm hold upon New: York and ;it has filtered through to Chicago. These wigs are not for elderly wo- men. They are worn by young matrons and girls and Hie effect combined .with a youthful face of fino color is stun- ning. They lend transparency lo tho face, lighten it up and: accentuate tho color. Rouge-must be used in order to obtain the best eltccts. Leading hairdressers and specialists admitted today that they wero receiv- ing numerous orders for the wigs, are expensive. They are much finer than tho wigs wo'rn by actresses, and are usually worn over bobbed hair. I 1 S FUR COAT .Gray (oi Is the fur selected (or the collar.and cjilfs of this pleasing coal .fdr.icool-tall rlays. The latter.nrenn- usually fytj., (aaWou indorses hajidsoiue rriote'The coat Is made of "3prtico-cr64n dilvctyn, a color is admired by wpiiion.; Tills model shows n button- irlyimod yoko lli'a'l'glvej. a ycry'nl- iTailivc Uns to Inn shoulder's.. Sirups of 'lite fnhric Send novelty to the front Mifl.'twck ;he ooai. Bullo.n trim- Mtig'k iiisa'appsrsnt on-tbe lower IXitV'Ot