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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMUEH 3, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ELEVEN MimDi PHONE 'f j; FULL too, sing the sons of all crea- 'tion, 'A'-brave eky and a glad wind blow- fit A clear trail, and an hour for medl- taUcav A.long day and the joy lo make it A hard task and Ihc muscle to achieve Ajiarce noon and a well-contented gleam, A good strife and no great regret to rleave It, .A strtl the fat warm. of home. S.'- '-Ij' 'i" r 9 Mr. Henry Haley, was a' vjsltprVm yesterday. Ief{ Tor a visit.-, to VancfljirVef-: yesterday. afternoon on i bxdMay trip to T> jronto, Kitchens and Uatnrel. ifn. Kress will soap tar tsrc mostisi. Mi's. W. A.. R..Cocq, Cow an4 Mr. Dudley Coco, returned tbfs after- noon from Montreal. Mrs. Paoj Jrwia is to v- rive in the eHy from Banot todty to ejiend the_ week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. CrifX and two daughters have' returned from spend- ins she trainer at tlie eoait. Hri. 'R. U; BaUier'and.aid ter, Evelyn, have, returned to Bdmpa- ton; after visit Ing'their m otter, Mrs. Keyaoldt of Picture Ba'UeV'and her Mrs. C..C. McLean of t' V 4i' i. son leave.-thls'-.raorniM. tor a two raonthi' aotomobilini; nrip thronsn the beatral States.11' They'are' goiue vtt Spokane and Newa. .V., r. Dr. C. F. P. Conybeare, who. weut east last mcnth to vtzlt in Chicago and Minneapolis, is now in Toronto repre- senting Alberta at 'a meeting of the Daily Fashion 12 YEARS j; Lyiia E: Friihtun'i Veg- sufltrnd for or fifteen years; and was treated: uby-a'physidah, bui got little relief. I taw' an advertise- ment of Lydia B. Pinkh am 'a Vegeta- ble Gompoand in my newspaper, so thought I would try it, and itdidmeffiora good th an all the doc- tor'S' medidniB.-' I am a. and iorhy''house- all tie time, jnd I cm better now than I have been for years. I am never without Lydia E. Vegelsble .Ccmpoorid in the" bnuse and have recommended it to iev- eral of mj friends. You are perfectly tnms or nattrre's warningj, wHch in- or healtby condition'which often devel- s into more serions ailment Women In this condition shooH not VconlintM todrsxaJongwithonthelp, bat. profit tif Mrs. Warren's experience; a nd .try this famous root and herb remedy, "iLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable. Com; for special advice write to .LydiaE. Pinkbiun Med. Co., Lync, HIM? iars. k ,C, and daagjitere, Vho have bixn Biumnertng at Nelwa, returned to the. Mr. and Mrs. Alft Miller an' of' Toronto, aria MB- mbtSer, MM. W. Lfanlng. They will make their home in Saskatche- wan. i W; T. Eamau. who liaje beeiVtbe goJBts of Mrs. D. A. Simpson, left tils morning For Montana, accompanied MrvO. B..Edsett left for a Calgary. Edmbji- fnn'X Professor and Mrs. I. F. Meyer, who have, been-spending days.fo Banff, returned to the city ,to spend the Veek-Wd'with'tii former's Bister, Mrs. M. Dunswortb, and will leave oh (Sunday night for thtir home in Iowa Falis. '-i i Mr.' and Mrs. 6, J. Shepherd and children, who' have'- baio vlaiUag ij Proctor, returned to the city this afternoon: They were accompanied by Mrs. Bentley and daughter Mar- garet and- Misa Shepherd of Calgary, who will be their guesU for a time. composed ent acd'Hrs. Pennefatherl Miss PennL father, Miss McMurray, Dr. and Mra. McNally, W. M. Harris and B. A. Bwert, who bare been oh a cbootin) eipedltlon for the last few days have returned to the. city.. carapins they were Joined fcy several ladles'from Macleod. O ANNOUNCEMENT liSpend wisely And you I save wisely is a will- 1 k axibm, which yoiiJWill, find true if you us. [Now Ladies, try the C. N. Stuart Co, i Extracts and the 2i5c atiresent j Alpibnd, Rajp- I lierry, berrifiKifnd many cv'V-1. FOR ;per pound; iJ.yi'; li 60c 40c SOc "fv; r.'i. Old Qott'trtry Pepper- mint, 4vC Peanut Brittle OC pound JOG Or 3 pounds -1 'tor................. 7, at 3 p.m. It hoped the. jublle will take advantage of tbis opportunity come personally acquainted with th'e' hospital. fiat Hie summer holidays are over it children In the city will take' advantage of the swim- ming classes.held at the Y.M.C-A. un- der the auspices of the Women's Civic .These are held on Tuesdays of each week, at 4 fa the afternoon and 7.30 in the evening. Phono 1852 for particulars. The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission .'board -will be held on Monday, Sept. 13, Instead ot the first Monday in the jno'nth' as usual. "The Sell-Determination for Ireland League of an organization that is campaigning for memberships Jn LethbrIdge..An agent has been leav- ing his application forms all through, the city and reported a certain amount of success. an Alberta pro- vincial organization bearing this title, Tho application .form reads In part: securd- organized support f or the right- of people of I re] and. to choose'frecly flwifroyTi.governmen- tal institutions relationship with other nations.-and peoples with- out.: coercion Jar. dictation from out- We shall to .have enroll-- on c-the i following c .1... Day Septr.7th'; ;_' j Night School. "Thursday Sept 9lh I; or any Monday there- "HAROLD HENDERSON" A NAME OF NEW C. O. E. Members of the Children of the Em- pire, Central school, will be pleased to hear that the the new chapter wfll te 'Harold accord- ing to word received by the regent this morning. This chapter was organized lart at school. Grades VI VII and Vlir, Mra. C. P. P. Conybeare being elected regent, and Miss Bate- man, Tlce-regent, Several names -we're selected for the chapter, but accord- Ing to the communication received this morning, the first lireo selections have already, been chosen. The char- le.r is nowion.lU way and a meeting will be held shortly to discuss the fall work... 'There are now two chapters of the Children of the organlied in Ihe city, the other being the Arthur Ramsey Chapter, Westminster school, of -which Mrs. Matthowa is regenl. WARM TINTS MARK i i MILLINERY DISPLAYS Septemter brings with It satisfac- tion to feminine hearts, tor each and every one of us is curious as to the style of the new and Us price. Last week and yesterday the veils were drawn aside showing these creations in all their autumn and their colors are truly autumnal Judging by the vivid colors that greet- ed Miladi both yesterday afternoon and lie! at the local millinery open- ings. Nothing could the season more effectively than thb tones of carrot, copper, wood brown, cinnamon nasturtium yellows that greeted the eye In bewildering array. Black still assorts Itself an great favorito place assigned It by both Paris and New York. There Is much velvet to he seen. Very chic are the hate of velvet with emplacements of gold and silver, Dnvetlne Is new and smart and cross- es the line from the late summer fabric, to take its place In tho fore. front of autumn fashions. Satin Is also good. j As for shapes-Ahey vary is greatl? as do the autumn flowers. Brims he- comlngly turned up from tho face, and tho soft dreftf (6 Our Fall Term 'one of the best in tbe of 'ur school here, but we can still more stud- .'.accommodate o i Don't .let lack-, cash keep away.. allow you! g to for ;jrollri.'..tultfon by) s v raqntli.ly installments after you'r graduate! 'an'd' talk It 5 .over. 1 GARBUTT "BUSINESS I 1 COLLEGE I 413 8th Street South g Lethbridge I Phones; 1 Office 1315; Residence 1531 LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of Music J. Gco, Director 'v. "f Reopens f.tir-its: 15th Season AUG.. 25TH Plane, .Vloftrj, Or-" che'stral and Band .Instru- ments, Hanjci, Mandolin, Uku- lele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. SINGING, ELOCUTION and DANCING Departments, Modern Methods Many Free Advantages- Phone 765 Branfthw at Taber. Coaldale Nobloford and Barons Seasonable Merchandise Of Quality At Appealing Prices SPLEIiSD OPPORTUNITIES for the HOME DRESSMAKER GEORGETTE CREPES ill fine Huality, 40 Inches wide, In shades ot saie, piuk. brown, 'grey, white, black, reseda and eld rose; very good value at per .WASH 8ATJNS 36 inches wide In shades ot reseda, myrtle, brown and grey. Good value'at per yard SPLENDID VALUE In saxe and ivlne, suitable for'school wear; 32 la- thes wide, regular price fcl -OC special STRIPED FLANNELETTE A laree shipment Just to hand of lovely soft qualities, 34 inches wide, moderately priced fn nt 03 C aOAUITY. SERGES, in different shad.es, navy, green, brown, old- rose, saie, garnet, reindeer, 42 Fri 1 Inches ivlile, per yard ALL; WOOL JERSEY CLOTH, -54 EiicVea' wide in shades "of "grey, PeJdn green, old rose and fawn; price per yard GALATEA, striped in and dark shades, 53 inches, rcg. SOc; on sale for 300 yarfis'of choice in colors' of pale' check, mauve and black! and j white, 27 Indies wide STAMPED GOODS in natural. linens, in cushion' lOD5t .runners and centers; prices from 5ac n to One bolt lovely spit fine .white NAINSOOK, 36 inches wide, special- ly priced for' quiet selling re per jard 60 vards lo sell ot Heavy Terry TOWEL- LING, 18 inches, splen- valua 59C CRASH TOWELLING: Wilt red.border. This splendid cloth and Is guaranteed to-Eire every po'ssibte EallsfacUon.- tlegniar price .Special 3 for Navy; Blye and 33" Inches wide, suilable for boys" blouses and shjrts, give excellent 98c TOWELS, flue all linen Huck Guert Tow- special Hand drawn TABLE SQUARES, border regular fl 00 lor OUC Ineb Damask TABLE ,fcLQTH, SHI x S-4, reg. prlco ?67o bpecial e. COMFORTERS in all polors of and .prices nn ind v o lilup mixtures; sizes from 2.to 14' Floor WASH MIDDLES FOR SCHOOL TIME v Ot extra fine qnnlity driH straight style with sailor col- lar and cuffs, also helled styles; have colored collars in-rod, nayy, saxe nud all trimmerl -white braid Acea 4 to 12 >ears OUR STOCK of IglSiisfallisTREMENDOlJS Plenty of Time to Wear Girls Gingham Dresses Vet These arc splendid values and nretty styles. They come in very good plaids and checks aud are sure to wash up to 8 QO Special price Infants' White Corduroy Coats They are'extra well made and are very good lined throughout with soft flannelette. Some have small collar and belt all around, while others1 have full skirt attached to fancy- shaped finished.off with ,good pearl buttons; sizes 1 to fr years. TAILORED SILK BLOUSES FOR FALL Many styles to choose from, hut all of them new, cor- viccahle.ond eood valuo. At these pilces they should create brisk shopping. mouse of heavy Quality jiongoa' silk with convertible tol- B't 7C lar; prEco v Blouses' of while Haljutal SIIK with convcHlnle or long roll col- lar, plain front and fastening with largo pearl buttons; 1'rlce.................. Tailored Silk Blouse .with high collar nntshed with narrow turn- over collar and plain or oj'v gA lucked front; pflco Modish designs for slender and.- medium figures.. These aroHopIeps cprsota prac- tically a hip tondic-i, as the above the waist Is left perfectly free'.-' The claslio extending entirely around tlic top givea with of the botty, affordrngjeitrcme com- fort.i f o r: rd anc idg: aiid n Uilet- ite-f supporters." fin4 Id.Cld hfeloV front '.clasp: BlzcirlO -2 Floor Great Price RedudttensT-White GajbaVdihe Wash Skirts--Regulo'rr.Yiliies to Made'iii rfevenil of styles jrbdnced Uiis of fliio white RabarillBoV'pretlllf-.de.signfiiVwitK'sioy.clly pppkels, wide beMs and large Wilton women; exlra'spGcial, Nevv Arrival of Smart Silk Many styles (tfo shown In this smart adyatice sncMvljig; includ- ing aomo very a.ttracllvo models fn taffeta "and arcwrilian pleaTed sklrta and pretty -embroidery trimming; only 'nnV 'or; two of each stylo; sizes for young miss and women fron 'tA'TO Jii rn AUractiro values New 'Fall Suits -Are Especially: Interesting-'; Worthy of special meiiUon Is a very'- jjj'rfaiH.sult marlo ot- rmallty Urltlsh sorgo, trimmed wllh silk irhllltafy braid aiid: but- tons; coal has pretty box-bleated back and high waist bslt. finished with medium size collar that can ho worn cither close up or open; lined with' novelty figured silk; special Another, Very Attractive Suit Is made up. ID man-wear serge.' Coal. ha? yoke, front, smart tailored collar and reveres and ivaistUne; trlmmod' tucks and buttons; lined with riOTClly figilred alik; rn excellent alyle.ahd valiio tJKD DU i'loor. CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHTGOWNS Of find quality cotton with round neck and short sleeves, and, prettily .ti-jmnied w.Uh.cmbre-idoryj buttoned. front and lon Infants to and clilMrefi (o misses. ;