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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1920 1-Hli DAILY AGE SEVENTEEN MILADI PHONE im PERSONAL 1 0 A. C.'Saunders with Mrs. B. Saunters and. Mrs. F. Humby, will re- ceive on Wednesdiy'lrQia four to tti tt her', home, "1203 3rd Avenue. t Mrs. C. R. Matthews and children Marptfrilfl and Dick, left today to spend the winter at Victoria. Mr. aad Mrs; C. H.: McMillan- of Warner are the guests of -Judge and lira Jackson for the holiday. iSn. ,P. Hornby of Prince Albert is iheon todav given by _" ou tbe oc- fasron ot'her approaching marriage Mr." Sydney Nixon'ol Coutts was In the city yesterday. D Miss Margaret Cleveland IB enter- taining at five hundred-this evening In honor of Helena Simpson. Mr. end Mrs. Elmer AInswortb, companled by Mrs. TJ Jackson of Gnmsby, Out, and Miss Ada _ Jack- Lwere among a party of motorists irton likes for the holiday. JlacMlciael will be Interested to learn that ie has now entered upon his' duiius as private chaplain to the Archbishop ol Canterbury el Lambeth Palace, London, South Creek Echo. i i Mrs. Parfit and .family, alzo Const. Richard Smith of the K. 0. M. P. of Lethbrldge, spent the- week-end under the parental roof, to attend the neddlcg of their sister The) "return- ed to Lethbrldgo Sunday evening, I'lncber Creok Echo. M. E. Gray of High River, becomes manager of the Royal Bank at Swift Current, succeeding B. G. Samson, transferred to Calgary as assistant inspector. WEDDINGS to Wa MtiVy Margaret Stafford and Miss Eileen Cieary left for Coalman where nlth ____ ______________ sometime with her mother they will spend holiday Mrs ,'K Sannders at the, Victoria I friends. Mansions and will also ba a 'guest of] f 1 Mrs A. C A. B Hlller jltb. her little i daughter Dorothy, returned {o her Mrs J B Ross was hostess a five 'home in Maidstono, Saak., alter a hundred party last evening, given in honor ol Mrs. J. H lu Calgary, at tho Sacred Heart Rectory, on Tuesday afternoon; Dot 6th Miss Magdaltoe Eva Smith, youngest daughter Chas. Smith of Plncher Creek, was united In nmrrlage to Mr Donald Elvllle Fora pf LetbbrldseMhe Rev Father Hytherlngton, V G, offelatlng 'Alter, ai few days Id Calgar, Mr and Mrs Forsland returned to tho visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Johtt ScottV Mr., and Mra A. D. Querrie left; re- Messrs. C P. and S. McFartad, were visitors in the', yesterday cently for their hone In Vidora, Sask., from Missouri, the guests ol their where they will reside in the lutule. brother Mr.-H. C. McFarland, en route j pn'a'-mo tor trip to Miss Agnew -left this afternoon to spend .the week-end in Calgary. Mrs T S. Fetrerly entertained the teachers and officers of Wesley Sun-1 Mr J Palmer Is'In tbe city from Say school on'Thursday evening at her home on Seventh, avenue In honor I of Mrs Claude Hughes who leaves tho Mrs A. Anderson and two children city shortly. who have been spending the past few t weeks with the former's mother, Mrs. Mr I Prestwlch of Taber-was In Weiss, left on Tuesday for her home Jown yesterday en route to Calgary, i in Letubridge River Times Miss. Helens.'Simpson was the guest I .Many former friends.of Rev. A. W. home of the brlde'a mother, on Friday afternoon, where a number of joung friends gathered 10 extend best wishes, after a sumptuous supper, the evening was spent la dancing The happy couple tho reel ptants of many beautiful gifts, and left on Sunda) evening for Lcthbrldge .they will reek Echo. Into a Crockery Teapot Put a teaspoonful of the genuine II for every TWO cups. Pour oa freshly BOILING water and let it stand lor five minutes. THE RESULT will be the most perfect flavoured tea you eVer ,7U Saturday Night SPECIALS SILK HOSE Ladles' pure silk hose, with .ribbed top, anrt well nrnde, good fitting style. These are the seconds "of a well-known high class hosiery firm. Colors are black, brown, grey, navy blue, and Band shades Worth ?225 regular Sat nrday Night Special PIQUE ROMPERS Children's white plquo rompers, In neat style, well trim- med, and good fitting and good wearing quality Regular J2.50 value. Week-End Special BLEACHED SHEETING Bleached cotton sheeting full double bed width. Some value we purchased many months ago. Worth in. the Tegu- lar way from Ji 40 to BO yard Saturday Night Special, yard PRINTED CREPE Fancy printed crepe, In Assorted colors and designs, that for klmori'as and children. Worth'in the regular way from 95c to ?1 00 yard. Week End Special, yard PURE WOOL SERGE Fine 42-Inch pure wool serge, fast color, and good wear- "Ing. Colors are brown, black, cardinal, green and navy blue, for ladles' and children's wear, Saturday Night BLEACHED COTTON JjW of bleached white co'tton, freo n Sunday Services will be, 'ni Sam, holy communion, 11 am matins; 7.30 p.m., evensong. There will be preaching tomorrow at the Christian church. F. Steph- ens of Nanton will have charge of both morning .and evening services. Two very Interesting sermons will be en. The subject for .tho' morning- will be Man Jesus Christ" and in the ivenlng ''la the Bible A cordial invitation is given, all to at- Daily Fashion By Geitrui'e Beresford I 1 WHY EXPERIMENT? Food scientists claim that the leaVener is largely v responsible for the flavor, texture and someness of your home baking. That on no other one, ingredient does so much depend. It is important, therefore, to use baking powder that you know possesses the necessary leavening qualities. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum and is the only strictly high class baking powder in Canada, selling at a moderate price. Its repu- tation is built on purity and highest quality. The only well known medium priced baking powder made in Canada that does not contain alum> arid that has all its ingredients plainly etated on the label. Made in CrhnBTfa J EMBROIDERED'LACE GOWN The black lace gown has its votaries .deB'pHe ;the .many beauiiful creations that are developed in color Of course evi.n ( does not despise! gay touch of color which it nelcomes in, sash or corsage this Illustration is deleioped in embroidered black lace This is disposed in irregulai flounces on the -corsage shows aii attractive1 arrangement of the lace aud a most pleasing neckline A >ery gorgeous Is used for tho sash. Thisjs draped about tho waistline and tied r.ght side, with big bows and streamers the Instep. These, are strapped under; this ye'a'f. have not been tlo foot spatwlse' before the shoe Is buying many clothes'. They hire been I lying low Despite this Parlf. has en- a splendid season, said Lady Gordon, the principal spenders ig Americans, and he 'nouveaui riches put on, The fullness comes up above the knee ubile directly from the front of the waist there hangs a narrow panel! which conceals division. Af'the' back, too, the material falls the waist, shaped exactly like a skirt but caught to the trousered knees at either side.-The.whole effect Is that of a very' narrow, skirt and the division Us com- pletely camouflaged.- .This gives the correct line and the ankles have every freedon for dancing.-This design was carried; out in ecintlllallbg green and gold while from the back of tbe shoul- ders fell black shadow lace The coat frock, to hold Its own this" season..'But It will be'b'uilt more .iiv the'style of a wrap with lines sweeping" from the left shoulder to the right'hip, where it fastens, Those .which the.United New.s'cprrespondent daw were young and girlish In outline, giving tbe slim, unpetticoated grace which accompanies'the narrow skirt. In the matter of fashions Lady. twelve inches'from the she said That s allows visibility for the ankle and just a of the .Go'rdoVeionerates designers "from all calf curve and is in all respectb mo- blame dest and she declared, "cannot I drew her Jattentlon to recent re- ports fronxAmcrlcan bujers ihat Paris skirts were super abbreviated and dis That was jusi a frivolous show staged fqr the buyers' she said "As ANNOUNCEMENT a matter of fact, what the coming ct, nobody can tell j ing fashions are to until next monthr but )n fashionable Paris circles >ou, won't find a single set a fashion. They, create; their Ideas take form; mannequins are sent odl to tbe big'social centers for that eea; son. and nothing .'can become fashion- able until it Is taken up-by the public Fashions: a re not foisted on society by those who create them It Is merely a matter of which stjle finds the moi favor in the'public'eye." Loss of tlmo from industrial disputes was less during last month than" for corresponding month'of last year or for-August of this year Twenty- eight strikes were la existence mean- ing a loss of working-days to 2419 people during last month. For August tho number of strikes was AUGUST "STRIKES only. 23, but the time lost was 197.- OTTAWA, Oct 286 days and affected people. BLUE RIBBON TEA. No doubt there are other good teas, but for strength, richness quality, Blue Ribbon stands alone. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Snmner announce ,hn engagement of their oldest daugh.- ,er, Mary Ann, to. Mr. Basil B. Chap- In, both of this city. The wedding to aka place In November. A inass meeting of ths women of tho city and district will be held In lh' Y.M.C.A. Tuesday, Oct. 13th at 4.30 p.m. under the'-ansplces of the local council of women. This meeting has been give'the' women vot- ers of this city an opportunity to.hear the Hon. Mackenzie King and; hi? party slate their platform. Tho National Council of .Women, with which the Lethbrldge Local Council Is affiliated, .Is'strictly non partisan, at the same time It believes :liat-the franchise has be Sn given to women-to use in'.a scientious manner, and to do Ibjs sbe must be-well-Inforined on the great public questions of the day. Naturally she-will specialize on those matters that affect tho home, and the health and education Some one has said "If city and country women will co-operate in the Inlelllgeht study of bo their united aim ard noltcy, and by their vote declare for clean meAsures and clean men, for tho lessening of party strife and tho co-operation of classes and Interests in the Improve- ment of loglslallop, this first genera- tion of enfranchised women will have more than; justified them political freedom." It'Is-hoped that the women of the city will -respond-to and tliut they will take this first op- portunity that has- been given' them by showing that'thcy do rcgnr'd'.lhei? vote as a YOUR SKIRTS IS LATEST PARIS E6ICT. ff By Nina Bancroft. your skirls another'six Inches. This Is the latest decree com In d! redly from Paris via Lady'Dutf Oor- don, famous "creation" designer, who told the United News In an interview that short skirls are no longer "bon ton" In'the gay ellf. correct today Is tofla% And so It looks as It the fashion! pajade'ot a few.wceks. ago was just a last mischievous outburst- before Paris settled down to decorum. Lady Duff Gordon lias been -in Lnn. don three weeks, her headunartcrs fco. Ing the exclusive "Luclllo Ltd and she has brought with her all fantasies from Paris The most at tractive among -the: myriad creations which were paraded for my lienetit a dancing TMs was us'que in' that it was a trousered affair not the Turkish pantalon .effect which held sway last >ear, but shapely Paris Ian Irousers, the aiiKles being! closely swathed and tho material being taken right down to w hero" the shoe meets gradually, taallng1 011 .tho .lime. Add I'femoir rfod'und Juice. Add whiffed of ergn boafcn atirf. Mix flour, bak- Inp powdftf, cficdi ana eatl' locatror, alft threa limes Fold In above mlxtbro, fn a, greased and flooded pan 40 CO minutea la ft clow oveji. Perfect Body Fuel __ Man is a clock that goes all the than a machine which works only at intervals. He may sit absolutely still or lie quietly asleep, but his body is constantly burning For the busy heart, lungs and other organs never take a vacation. The right fuel, and enough of it, is the first requirement of any man's diet. of all the right fuel. It is the fuel-food on which work people of every sort perform miracles of labor. Every to the .last new strength and" energy. Eat more Slices for One." Lethbridge-baked Bread is Bread at its Best pure, tempting and nutritious, __., THE LETHBR1DGE BAKERS ;