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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ucnnusH ao. 1920 IJfiTHBKIIJGE'DAILY HERALD MILADI KMONAL Mr.. Cnuih MB Ocmnl tut Tneediy for Xedtelae Htt time U uf nred Ererybody li tad Mr.. Oreea tlMlr bone In lor Percy 'L. fomeily of the Baud of Me the cnest' jr. and Mn. ilk Are., 8. wffl ortr Ifce week-end o l Hn. B. J. Dtaring wia ten till aftcraoon to eeirtety to Him Helena SlnpaoB. PHOWINCNT PEOPLE Daily Fashion By Gertrude Bereatord M rWrtMjel. formeriy President of the rteech was born bn the lltk, on the 13th, and It waj lannary U that the Chamber of OepaUea tedarwl him a candidate for KIT. Dr. Lytoan. Abbott, editor of Ike Ostlook and a leader In the Intel- lectual dertlopmeiit of this country, of frame at eighty-tour, bat day he. at his edltprls! 'duties. He had filled out a life complete with and .stirring incidents as a clergyman and the pastor of O1S Ply- month Church, then took unto himself new theology and a lease of life, when" far beyond mid-channel H is aaia PrcBldent'Wilson, on his retirement from the White House next March, will derate Woiielf to .writing the diplomatic history of America's participation In the World War. Mrs. Lois Selfrldge, 81 years old, mother of Harry Gordon Selfrldge; proprietor of the London department store bearing'his'name, has arrived ___ la New York by the Pacific Mail betake herself to the golf Orita from tho west coast !or 'he tennis court An excellent cos-1 of South Africa on next to the last tume for these diversions Is Illustrat., lap of a mile rouad trip to ed Tho made of a warm brt I .1 THE-WOMAN WHO LIKES SPORTS Despite the fact that nights grow are still many hours when-j tho ndman itlio loves outdoor sport' LlrerpooV alert physically and meu- taily Parley P. candidate for President .of the Fanner Labor party, Is 6 feet 4 Inches tall He has been grand maste light-weight woo! velours. The plaid revealsia pleasing tombination of blue! and gold.'tit Is-designed so that the Lodge.of Elks: Earl Beatty, it is understood, will taken np residence in the near fntpre at Hurley Hall, one of the finest places "ne In the shires. Mre Roberta Rlnehart, noted lines of gold run'diagonally. The box pleats are eiceedlngly effective. Tho in the Grand sweater is loosely knitted In gold inroad, and collared and'.cuffed in: blue silk. A finely knitted belt of the! silk: accentuates the low waist author, also a clnb woman, who has spent much of her time of late In Hollywood filming her novels, has just accepted the chairmanship of the representatlre women who are even now, forming an executive advisory board to be Identified with the Inter- ests of the Republican party There. is some indecision as to whether "Prince and Princess Arthur of Connaught will uke'lheir son, the Earl of Maedoff, to South Africa, The sho had Lord Derby aria Lord Bate- maii" for ess es. At one of Lady Astpr's meetings in her campaign for Parliament a.wc- man dema'ndcd to know how she wuuld like to live on a week, anilj when Lad> Astor rejoined cheerfully that she began on .less than that, au- bther woman remarked with' scorn: "There! I knew she wasn't allus a lady." Which goes to show politics it's hard to suit everybody. A number of reports to the effect Princess, who has not been parted for i that LotA Blrkenhcad (iF B Smith) more than a fewvdaya time trom'hal! wish to leave the Mri E. J. Hm till oreolnc la'honbr of Hiaa Helena Slmp- Woolsack, to become Viceroy of when Lord Chelmstord retires; have been Ip circulation It Is Said that Lord Birkenhead' has expressed or otherwise, a desire to unit tho Woolsack Even If offered lue'poslllon of Viceroy, it Is quite likely thai he would accept it, under ordinary circumstances. Seaater DeVeber president of. the Association and J H rUetwood cf execatlve hare tnctracted se to accooace oar annual dance and (upper will be held ra the near future.' Preliminary to Ihia, a meeting of the will be held on Wednesday evening next atSpjn. A routing meeting necet- aary If we are to keep np our repuU- tion aa sedate merryiaakerg. Signed Robert Sage, Secretary. The anal popular concert will be atDK- A delightful feature of the pro- held Colonial on Sunday ere- gram will be the Cha Chin Chow over tan, her only child during nil ill years of ife, naturally would feel the aepara- ion keenly. i The Queen very fond of dancing) although her preference Is or waltiing.: At the.gillies' balls, at ialmoral and_Mar liMgej she-danced nbre'than half (the items on the pro- cram: Lady Wana Cooper-wears her .wed- ding ring as often upon herVlght hand us her left is the fashion nowa- days, It Is excessively mere thread The late Lord KhondJa's nephew, Haig Thomas, has just taken a big sporting property: In Sutherlandshire, comprising acres, and the great- er part ct the River Brora-one of the _. f----------- jest salmon rivers in the north of that arrangement one man has been At 8t Haue, Hedlclna Hat, WMneidar lOtfc, BOM May Berger aad Hr Jar Bafly Crewey, both of Al- were united -la marriage by Rev Thomas Wilton, putor of St. conret. ANNOUNCEMENT A Montreal despatch Lord and Lidy ShanghneiiT re- celrei a cable from England, announcing the'engagement of their ilangnter-ln-law, MM. Alfred Shangh- neiey to ciptaln, the Hon. Fieri Wal- ter Leigh, second 'Mn of Lori Newton tin. ShMgbneisy Iir ol CepUIn Alfred Sbinghnessy, who WM Wiled during the great war. 4 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES f 4 4 4 Sunday wlil.be onse'rved as Chll- dron's at St. Mary'8 Church There wlH be a corporate Communion Of all those interested in children') work; at 8 a.m., particularly Sunday School teachers' and confirmed pnpllg C, W. Teterson of Calgary wlh speak a( 81. Augostln's church on Munda; morning and evening nest Subject "The forward Mdrementant the Scotland. .Mr. Thomas is married to one of the seven Lord and Lady Norniantori.; Lady'Norman- ton's mother was a cousin of Queen Alexandra. In Paris, H. Louis Deschamps, the unrAflt Frnnrh Tnlnlnter, has just be'e'n married to Nellie Webster; the widow of an English officer killed at the beginning o! the'war, 'Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mel lor, her father belug director genera! of the 'Life Insurance Company In Paris, and at the marriage ceremony CANAD.IAN MONEY HURTS A new graft has come to light in the cashier's department pf'tho Hotel Pennsylvania, New, York, B. M. Slat- ler some time ago announced to his Canadian guests that in naTmniit nf their bills of his hotels he accept Canadian money at par. Under, paying bills of Various g-jesta. It has' run Into- the .thousands of dollafs. Over the time'that he has been opeK ating he from twelve .'to' nineteen cents on every dollar. How he managed to induce the .othej, guests to let hlm'act as their agent IB not known. Possibly he split his proV fits with them. However, tho die cor.' ery has not cansed the hotel manages ment-to change Its policy toward Can- adians, but those who now pay in Can- adian currency have to pass through a severe third degree _ _ will te a Halloween Social at the Christian Church, cof. Jth St and 3rd Ave, Kridajr evening Oct.. 29th order the auspices of the Christian Cadmor clatg, A-llvel? program Is Nature Responds Nature is on your side every time you eat ECONOMV- ii 11 wm FbriKis sturdy blend ofwheatanrl 'zoalted barley supplies body ana brain with just the elements of nutrition that Nature demands for health and vigor. Sugar Saver t Vjr Canadian Cereal CcM, DBir'PC A DC PITT TA PRILES ARE t U i TO PIECES ON LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Evening Dresses Black Satin and Net Site 38. Regular 165.00 tor Beaded Georgette Torquoise Size 18. Regular. for Pink Georgette and Silver Lace Regular Jor-" Pink Georgette Gold Lace 18. Regular: 165.00 [or Blue Georgette and Net -3 Size 20. Regular for 1 A Old Georgette Site 17. Regular I4J.60 for r A Must Go Too! MOWS YOUR CHANCE FOR A' LOVELY WAIST SATURDAY AND CREPE all Lnew shades, lace and-'beaded.'-Regular to (22 50, for VOILE, SILK AND SHAN- TUNG WAISTS Regular 130040 J8CO, for 8ILK .CREPE DE .CHINES, GEORGETTES Plain and fincy.' Regular price J12.0U to J15.00, for AND SHAN- TUNQ WAISTS Plain and tucked. Regular and Dresses KPB Included! 9 Dresses, and Poplin These dresses can't he bought for thia price at the present time but for Saturday any one who needs a nice little afternoon.or Sunday dress, bny it at the Bay for these are values. for Site IS to 20, 34 to 40. 00 to (3250, Grey Georgette Beaded Dreis 36 Regular (7250, for BEAUTIFUL STYLISH DREGS''. Georgette with old rose and great! Moral dalgns.. Site 40. Regular tor iave some Tory beautiful dresses that we are Tifferrag for Saturday. One Blue Tricb'Iette, nlzo 38. Regular for" iue, Biza 3B. TherfBe Gone b3r M-, Saturday, At Prices Taffeta, TBlack Size 28 .Regular J 24 50 for S13.95 Stripe Messelaine site 26. Degnlar for Baronet Satin Size .27. Regrilar for Baronet Satin. White 8120 23. Regular f 31.50 for Navy Pussywillow 'Taffeta Size 28. Regular for One Blue Tricolette Size 28. Regular 130.00 for One Plaid Wool Skirt Size 26. Regular to Satur- day morning..... QIRLS' BOOTS 30 pair h.lgh leg black laoe boots, with hand sewn welt soles, sizes 8 to Rcginir Extra Special One pieco each khaki and groy blanket cloth, 54 inches- wide. All .wool. Worth yard. To clear at, yard................ Striped Flannelette In a good firm quality. 36 Indies wide. In stripes ot pink, blue and grey. Regular 60c yard, GOO yards to clear Salur day, yard .32 inch "Eden" Cloth, Flannelette or Ceylon This Is superior to ordinary for, many purposes. effective stripes, good wearing nnd wnshlDg. WorUi today 65c yaru. 10 bolts to clear 35c yard, MEP1UM SIZE FLANNELETTE BLANKETS "The 11x4 size, large enough for double beds. Tills sells' usually for (4.50 pair. In -wliiie only. 100 pairs lo clear, Saturday, pnlr arc! FINE WHITE COTTON -n 'l5' tree from IilllnB- wcl1 Saturday at' Aft White Towel Special 100 pairs good Tvhtts. tow- els; good size, English mnko. Itcgular pair. To clcnr Balurday At Black and White Check Dress Goods Shepherd's check, two pieces otily, .40 inches willed For children's wear, ular prlco J1.25 virrl. Td be thrown'out on Saturday, J-ard Ladles' Black Silk Gloves. Kaysor make. Sizes 8V4 and 0 only.: A good girl's glove, rtefi- nlar price today }2.25 pair. To clean up wo will sell at, pair 59c Lsaies' Fleece Lined Cotton LWe Olovcj, Slzos 7, 7W, g, Whita only. Regular price 50c pair. To clear at, pair.. 25c Rag Rugs Come and See Them Wo have Just opened a large shipment of new rag WGS In the lat.is', colors and combinations, for the 23 tn'ch >ize to the 6x5 ft, slxe, ;