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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN MILADI Daily Fashion By Gertrude Earcsford PERSONAL According to word reqelvedron Sat- urday frpra 'Mr! Cragg the Hev. C. E. Cra'gg who recently an op- eration.for appendicitis'In Calgary, Is doing nicely, J if Mrs. A. G. Baalim .and children have returned from Lake, where Ihey havo been summering.- Miss Leono HoTniairot Tabor was a weekend visitor-in the.cit-y.i and Mrs. W. H. McLellaad sp'eat'.tho week-end in Cal- MIss '.Hlgjnbotham left to- day to spend a fortnight at the ilcln lyre ranch, the picst of'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MdniyroT., tho wcddih'l of'Mlss'Murtha. Adeline Van Heck lo Mr. Reginald Mcthews both of this city, will take- place on Wednesday morning at, the hour o: ten o'clock at SI. Patrick's church. w r Mrs. Harlficld has returned fron Pincher Creek where she has been tho guest ot mother, Mrs. ing tbp past week. Friends of Jlr. Alo.v. Suilth who TO cently sustained V dlslqcato'd' shoulde will be. pleased to hear'that he i making good progress. w o Mayor W. D. L. Hardie'leave's Mo morrou' for Montreal. Mrs, J5.Bank manage In Calgary. V Mr. Nprnian Bennett of the Commerce at Stavely was "a Ttc'efc-e guest homo of Mr. J; II. Higiii- botliam, Mr. Bennett -was formerly this city betas connected irUh tie ranch office here four years go. Mr. .HWharisou of Medicine at'was a business .visitor in toe city Miss Llona'Cowell relumed this af- ernoon after spending the week-end t Banff. r. C. T- McKlanon. manager of the tandard Burdett was'a'holi- ay. visitor in the city and returned to Is home today. t "Bailey, the English novelist Tfho under the' name f'Lcd Thwalte, spent a few hours In city ion'Saturday en route" to Cat ary. j Mr. and.Mrs.' Hugh Craig of eg arc guests o! IIr. and Mrs. A. M Fisher. Mrs.-'D'. -A! Bain left, )iere for Loth irijge on Wednesday where Mr nil Mrs. Bain wjll reside during the Doming Times. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hay of Calgary are visitors In the citv for a few davs Mrs. Jr. Craig ot Michel, B. C., !i he "gtsest of tier sister, Mrs. G. W Svansoa. i Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Huff and three daughters who havo been visiting 1 Rowley, returned to the city yestor Mr. and Mrs. D. R.'Ware and chll are leaving" tomorrow morning fo Island, Mr. Ware having acccp the prlncipalship of the schoo ihere. He IB lo teach the three Ilig School grades In the cine Hat News. Mr.-Ware was at on time on the reportorial staff of th Herald. V; aud family left Ca 'riga'y for Los Angeles, Cal., wher they make their future home o account of Mrs. Simmons' health. Mrs.. Henry Pearson.died last wee at-Pas'sfaurg. She formerly resided a Pincher' Creek ami .was the moth Hostetter of Lethbrldg f 1 Mrs. R. G. Mathews and daughte returned to Calgary on an M 'tis ter .Terence went East to atten cpHogccit Kingston, On 7-Macleod Tinies. O SOCIAI- BEAD-TRIMMED FROCK All sorts of trimmings appear he smart frock for afternoon. Deads crystal or Je_t, fine strips of leather and tinsel, silk and wool embroider) Wooden beads are also used in man ovely colors, for they are painted I every imaginable ii'JS. On this free ;ray beads are attached to the coa ike overdress by email threads of Inches wide; special value, yard ANDERSON'S GING- HAM, 32 Ins. wide; very fine quality; spe- cial price per Good quality FLAN- NELETTE In light BliaclcB, 31 iiis. Regular 45o yard; cial 3 yards for.......... 1.00 PLAID GOODS suitable for children's dresses for school wear; 36 inches wlrlc; regular (ji-j in special' SERGES, also suitable for children's wear in green, brown, wine, navy and Bnxc, 32 ins djl or JERSEY 7.25 A back lace D. and A..'model, for the average full figure, :of heavy White coutil, low long .skirt, graduated front four gar- ters, sizes 21 to 2S n or at ..SPECIAL The popularity of tho'Jbrsey' Dress is Sever in- creasing. There' afo'ieve'rai reasons; chief among noatitfihg, neat and hard wearing qualities. Those offerings combine all three essentials. All wool Jersey, in colors of sand, navy and taupe. Kach model ia treated in some effective way oJ con- traBling color. Special valuo at Sivles in Shoes LADIES' ;PUMPS Patent and Kid Pumps with medium, French heels, all sizes in lot. and wide; regular 51.45; special White Cotton HUCK TOWELS, 35x18; regu- lar 75c pair c.jicrla.1, pair Heavy dark TURK- ISH TOWELS, 36xlS; Kg. pair 1 OT special, pair. A I Silk and Cotlon CDEPE Iu white only, suitable for underwear 36 Inches wiclo OQ_ rcg. {1.25, specialIJQC Dark Blue PRINTS, Indies wide, fast colors; regular 45c; special 39c 4.95 ana 5.95 Ladies' Oxfords Black Kid, Patent Kid, Mahogany Calf-and Ha- vana Drown Calf Oxfords, with' medium, walking or Louis heels and flexible goouyear welt soles. AU sizes, width AA lo E. "The Trapper" Shoe for Boys A strong wearing solid leather brown or black; shades of box kip or elk leathers. Sizes 8 to and Sizes 11 to and Sizes 1 to and terns of Special Interest for W ednesday Buyers in the Men's Furnishing Department Men's SHIRTS, attached, Special each English. FLANNEL fancy elrlpoa, collar regular valuo .............3.00 Men's All Wool WORK SHIRTS, medium, grey, a good strong wearing shirt; regular value J3.50 o Aft special, each ty Ono lot of MEN'S SWEAT- ERS Iii coat and pullover stylea all sires in lho lot; regular to S5.50; special ML, each MEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS In weight English flannelette, good full sizes; special at C each COTTON NIGHT SHIRTS and without collars; regular raluo ftA 41.60; Bpocial each