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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1920 PAGE NINETEEN. MILADI I Daily Fashion By Gertrude Berosford PERSONAL Mrs: (.Dr.) D. A. Taylor very pleasaaUy on Ttamiay at hor home on.Eleventh ttreet at a doyleV jhower, In courtesy to Miss Helena J. Slmfaon, an autumn bride .rt'i: 7; la a vWtor la city: jrnwt rf HIM N. Jota- hu ber gMtt HIM Kdma JWrrH Out on Is in the city from RegtnVaad Is the (Mat of her Andrew Smith for a fiw D. Jttkion of Otimsby, Ont. to. visit. Ike Mrs. GENERAL of Elmer Alnsworth. v- Miss Una" Richards bis relumed from a two weeks fcpUday In the east. Mr', and Un. W. R. Pew itorVlilh'e city from Bow Island. ,ii. _, Frleito p! Mrs. (pr.) Nonnan J. Black, late ioperlntendent AVtuuo JE tie descriptive name rea to a new color of browa having a rKk (olden Unt with a hint of red In It. Tnrt color 'is seen'ln blouses and in millinery; Very a larga Frenth_ha' of >Uclt tuvtKfB plsst, the upturned b'rtm Caced tn of black ostrich a pbintad veil ol black lace falllus gnuefctly bom the back. !B Japan bar? which Is one japan' flam t compjataed of liviii Jn years. "For goodnew aakei Minnie. whisi. sockj belong to Willie Sharp. Wten I refuted him I said I'd" be a'slster to him and he took me at my word." QBlte Uu latest ho'velty in gloves come from abroad. it IB a Mack velret cantlet on a white glore. Then, too, ..white bracelets on black are good; Iland painting oostlnabs as a mil- linery tkongk not. to the silent as hand embroidery. New 'Uonms of georgette and of are trimmed -with Irish, diet, learn with regretjof her aerioui......... Take 1 pound, of pork and IVt ounds of boll toseih'jr until nder, 'thea-laVV out and cool and I hop. One cop" boiled' In! quart oMhe urotji'lii1 tea- j on with. salt little ugar. done 'pouf'.iu, pan the. ame az musiii ior' breakfast, rown'o'n-both Vatde's.- i't Ventae or Valeaciennei lace, and with a o! two .of Hurt used exten- ss in the Van Haarlem I atrely in millinery for this Season; Bowing to an- accident when! grey, de hegre and navy are also she, siis'talne'd Internal injuries iwhfle seeing to'i removal of furniture. The; report ofthe. September exam- ination -Uw. Institute ol Canadian Gojnmerc'ii received. there strong pfefer- ence for black. Never close a cooker tightly when ft is not in Kiel n Eire shops are Knowing fine for-most the E _. the name Fred Lees, a student of the "College, Leth- brldge. Is now employed in tbe office of one of the.lfrge coal min- ing' companies-In Coleiun. left'today for win take up rest of. of tho Eastern Star enter- tained at the tea hoar on Thursday the, home of Mrs.rW. L. McKeniie 6n Fifth -avenue' in honor Mrs; J. Tiw w ho is: lea.7 Ing the city, shortly for Portland; where she wOl In future reside. Mrs. J. H. LlrlnirsfoneVaiftia- ed; Mrs.. McKeiile in receiving the guests'while "In the tea room, where the 'table was centred with snap, diag- oiis of ping, Mrs. T. C. RtdpatR pour- ed teii The rooms througfiotit .wert -.made attractive with uinn foliage. Those assisting In'sert- irig J. B. Brodle, lira. R. W. Long'and Mrs. H. W. Meecti. A'pleastng featore of the function the preientatUin'ito the honor gnest of a sbnrenlr. Mrs.. who-expressed on behalf .of the lodge .the regret thai was felt at the'lose-of-'one of its most ft and _. Mineral'-wool quickest possible scouring" f6r'' the 'regetabie knife. 'Brown sauce should hare a slight onion flavor. Orange Is a far better dessert flavor tbia lemon. .-.'v-v.: cald.cream Jars for jelly and ndiTldual serving 'and for basket unches can be without fear f breaking or spilling the Wlcn sewl'n'g'iise thread of contrast ig'color to .baattfvwifji.'. inch-easier to follow an eigfj oa le.mkcblne thlreads FOR THE SMALL SCHOOL OIR When fall days'corn's the s school girl .frequently, elects serge dress Instead of her was frocit A-particularly good model Illustrated.' 'It fs'made ot.navy-blu ifge. A. touch of bright color Is see In the red embroidery that adonis th front of the dress, as .well-'as the Ebo sleeves. Interesting, too, are the col- lar and cuffs. These are'cut from white pique and are detachable. The little opening in th'e front Is also out- lined" with the pique." A narrow belt of bright red cloth that matches the embroider? completes this trim little school frock. SCRAPPLE Four cops 'S-'cups our, 1 or sabBtltute, eggs. 2 i and 1 ounding tahlesbB'Wijiireaoi of .tartar. CreRm rtlx soda, Ccream nd combine.1; Mix, at and form nlo two rolls. 'and' n nioralig slice1 anj any other cooky. '.this thak'e'' quite a number ,pf 5 cookies. This Isj mile a help'Jt'o.'fix your dotign'ln' the' ivanlng, as'the ccTokiea are" ready for mklng in the morning, all but slicing. MANY KILLED IN ITALIAN STRIKE SENSITIVE PURSES WILL LIKE PRICES FOR SATURDAY Oct. persons were killed and others wounded at var- ious'places'in a two-hour strike diBpatch; to [he Lo'ndon .Times from Krome. Nine-persons, we're killeii at San GiOTanni Rptondo, four-were, killed In Bologna and one-killed at Milan. musiiu or heavy drilling reinforced rcguUHon for ages 1 to-'U years, 'Uliffi _; each .V.. ....UOC" WaistJJ for 'are Sightly and are' provided orVelMp ith' straps over eioulder, 'girls .to. ars. At' "and w 18 years. PONGEE SILK BLOUSES FOR ONLY popular and sen'iceable. Made with .square hemstitched collar, V-neck, hem- sMtch'M rest, long sleeTes, with turned back cuffs. Also tn a alipon model with round >yoke, .and sleeves. wKh turned back .cuffslahd DUltpning on the shoulder. .Velue'esdraordinary. Pries MACSVVINEV'S.CONDITION Oct.: Mayor HacSwihey of passed a good night at .but iwas .ei- morning, said a bulletin Issued .by jthe -Irish Self-De terminatcli League early today. This is tho sixty-fourth day of JlacSwiney's hunger "strike. MILtlON DOLLAR RIO JANEIRO RSO JANIEROl .Oct.. yes terday afternoflij several i waterfront containing' printing paper, "cotloH, c-creala and- other tSe loss is estimated, at more the B AKOS-CO VELL pretty wedding tobk place on- Oe- tpber UlS, 9.30 -pal rick'B Ada Kathleen and Sirs." B.: Corel leoanie .thqiVlb'rlde .ol I Joseph .Bakos son ol HT, and Mfa. Stephen Dakos tjrldej.was smirtly' attired In tijl.ored sultj'pf ,duvetyn with embrol ered and carried a boil qpet of .'white roses and Tlolets. Sh yifs attended 'by Miss. Mary Bakos sister ofX'the while' Mr Josoph'iCjniil.b.aQ supported the groon After the' eferehiony. the Vcdding irenl fast was served at ihe. .home of.tii grobtn's..parenf8, mjfl'.-Srd, Avq. sout at the. conclusion, of which- thahspp couple motored to tBe.Eiige Hill farm the home of the 'parents where dinner was to "fo'fty guests.' Mr, A. E. Dupen pro'poied the toast to. and groom.1 Later1 Mr and Mrs, BskoB left for Calgary aad other points west. Tha bride was .th'e recipient of a large, number of i beautiful gifts. when" removing- bashings from' the fin- ished work. .Before turning jelly out of the mold Into, a dish, wipe the -latter, with a damp cloth. The jelly will slip, over -and- not -stick to one side of it, 'as it does when no Is done. neatness and cleanliness a meal to a ,sick pef.son, play1 (he trjp'drtantf; part- orKb "n tie tra Next n seP cqfor .CORSETS-OM E25 ASSORTMENTS Models of pink or whtte conlll. In soilable- for tho various types. eluded are heavy boned 'as well as llKhtly boned corsets with low, medium or high tops and .long medium Bkjrts. Some of these have elastic one model hM-lcg elastic loo all roand. There are all sizes in this assortment.. .Splendid values. Per pair THESE BLOUSES'CLEARING SATUR- V> DAY. ATt EACH RAINS SAVE CROPS BUENOS OcL wheat and of Argentina which have' been threatened as a re-: siilt-ot the .droughty-how. promlse-.fa- Torable yields because ol opportuno of the A. F.. other day f.at' Zf lamuel -Compers, alrpliiie president is train the' chartered an'. Chester to keep- PURE MOD 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Sunday, evening concert will be given In the Colonial Theatre on Sun- day eveiilng next, by Bereaford's aug- mented concert orchestra. A fine pro- gram .of .orchestral music will he r dered.. 'i A. are holding their first the season on Tuesday are h'olng (satfcil Srjf SecroUry Tnrcottc. meeting of the Gait hospital Lad leg'. A Id. which was called for Mon- day, will be postponed until Wednes- day at, J o'clock In the Y.M.C.A. ow- iris to Thanksgiving. The Knbx Olrl Onidcs No. 3 Com rjany'are'entertaining; No. 1 and No 2 Company pf the Qlr! Onldes In Knoi church" basement this evening at R o'clock.. All Ice members are asked to attend as good time Is assured. 1 -.The second tea dansant of the sea- .ion will be given on Saturday from 3.30 li> 6 p.m. in the 0. W. V. A. club D. E. A cordial invitation Is extend- MILK-FED TURKEYS SPRING CHICKENS FANCYFOE CHOP SPRING LAMB BUY WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA Watch Our Windows Tomorrow Beef and Mutton Prices Away Down ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON, LARD AND BUf- EMPIRE'S FROM COAST TO, COAST. P. BURNS Co., Ltd DOMINION MARKET Phone 1654 MAIN MARKET .Phone 412'.. PALACE MARKET i .Phone DOMINION FISH MARKET Phone 545 WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT Phone 1388 Georgettes, and Crepe de Chinet, in White, Black This merite the earnest consideration of eveiy woman who, would take advan- tage-of an junusual opportunity who would purchase at a price muph; less than usual. The models concerned are in most wanted styjes and are available in a most interesting variety. SPORT SKIRTS at to Made of all-wool taateria] In large and small check, Wltb ben or. accordion pleats, deep belt and button trimming. for s'ports wear and can' be. worn with waist separate coat Dreuy and attrac- TO rlrc Taluen UNDERSKIRTS FOR PRESENT WEAR Hnglisli. cotton ;moiro underskirts.T-Iu anades of paddy, Gaze, rose, 'thyatjiiightnavy and black. Coine in al as'sprtment 'of pleated flounces. Priced at'13.50, to.. VESTS In'differerit of a good quality cotton with good Jieivy. garment; nock and arms' finished in tailored style. One has strap' shoulder and low neck, another, short sleeve'and low aecfe'anothef elbow sleeve and V-neck. Sites A A TO 31 to. 42., AV Another, Drawers .and Knickers to match above at 1 THESE BEFORE Sergei Tricoiine, Jersey and Silk Dresses To secure thnt Fall Dress Is lo buy now when com- plcto. 'We' hav.b a'.beautiful range of Sergo Dresses In all colors and nil sizes. ;'Jersey Dresses just in with' all JliST new styles. .The' over popular Jersey Dress la to bo" worn mpro this ceasoii tlan cvor. to to to Eftjier tailored or trimmed tutti. Fabrics arc more luxurious (ufe'and nioro beaullfiil: to touch tbnri in n'Acy seasons. Foremost aro broad cloths-and die. vlots Vith flnger-tlp length coals. Prices are very popular. And tho most fastidious taslo can be easily mot-' to GREAT WOOL BARGAIN On Saturday only, 30 pounds of grey wool; very useful quality for faillting-hard, wearing socka nnd scarfs. .J2.75 'pound. To, .clear at risr.'riound FLANNELETTE PYJA1MAS In whHe only. Sizes 6 to 4: years. Children's Wool Veils Made of warm heavy wool, -with high or Ions or short sleeves. In ,elzes from 2 to 14 yetire. Price I 98c Thanksgiving IJnens Our stock of Irish Damuk Cloths and Napkins It now complete. Wo carry tveVy filio and stylo aie brown, taupe or. gray. Thcso iro fashion ed along the now straight lines" hcd navo'elastlc Specially good garments at a very moderate pried; Saturday Those' are here In Seat variety. They comp in every posHibfe arc' bfraufltul, covered Ho- tnan Satins, tnrgo fiizea, at and Each SHEETING SPECIAL For Saturday. 72 inches, vide, free from filling and "good ojialty; honMlly yard; Saturday all per yard 98c SILK REMNANTS Many useful lengths of silk at nboul halt tho regular price. A special table of Silk Hommnts. You vf II say they nro really cheap. Wo Inlcnrt to clear out the lot In one day and hayo marked them at LESS THAN COST ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Dost make, no filling, very hard wearing; SG inches wlda CO., worth 750 yard; 120 yurda lo sell Saturday (it yard 3J7C STRIPED FLANNEL. DEPT. Don't forget, on Sat- urday you will oe able to buy a'new suit or over- coat, made from the very best of all pure wool cloths, THIS IS FOR SATURDAY ONLY Fan6y and Squares In a largo rango of designs. Thost. includo Ijnllonhurg, Blue Bird and Drawn Work dealing In ivhlln and coffee bciiitlful Rt and Each lii a good firm qufnltty; n de-' elgfts Id ecloct from; 39 Inches wide, to at per fard 39c Blankets at Cost On Saturday We shall off el' 12 pairs of White Wool-Blanketa. Double bed size. Will last SO years. Wovth today pair., One price Saturday to the first ten PAIR ;