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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, to; THE LETRBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN MffiADI J Daily Fashion L By Gertrude Beresford PERSONAL O -J Miss Fllmer, formerly of the i'leet- wood; school teaching staff, loft last nlght: (or Montreal, where she will enter IE training at the Victoria hos- -sfcsud Mrs. J. W. WiUwotk return- ed from coast today alter a three we si a' visit. i ijrs. C-srsld P. ElcSchcr ssd iro children returned yesterday from the easllwhcre they have been summering. .Mr. and 'Mrs. P. Cull arrived made to have u car rail lor then1- Tho rector hopes every mother will take advantage of this before the had. wea- ther comes.- f i SUCCESSFUL RECITAL 1. C. A. by Leo'M, Coombs H; Elton 'and Miss Viva program was reel .ui. aiiu -an 3. tr. iiuia. ainveu j L TI i- Vi homo; from SaskaUhewani iiutuu iiuui oaaaabcuu WHII duu were accompanied :by their--niece. Misi! 'avor tea. A great amount of Kathleen: Cull, who will remain as for the winter months. Mr) and M.re. E. b, Petley hayo. tak- en up residence' at.thelr home on- 4th Avenue, v i :t-.- t Mrs. B. B. J. Foreter_and ciHdren arrived home yesterday after visiting i------------- In Kenom, Winnipeg other composer was Mr Coomb.'coach and Manitoba Wnta. the opera Tosca by Puccini, and dnv mutlc etyle In "Celeste .Aids" from ;the opera "Aids" by-Verdi, "Mother Machres" Is alwayi a'great favorite and was greatly enjoyed 6y everyone. Frank Howard Know a !Mra. Emest W. Rose returned from Little Rose" was well rendered. Mr. D -H. Elton were well received and merited1 the Miss Viva Elton was at -tin piano Miss Dorothy G. Richardson who a threo weeks' vacation in with frJonSs, left for her honicl this morning. Mjrs.- W. Leech, accompan- Mrs. E: T. bt Winnipeg to'tbe mduii-! tains ;ln which :they -visited friends Revelstoie and'bther points. eccompanlcwntB and 'aa'sistecV the vocalist In good style thronghorie'She also played In a very artistic manner the 12th .by Krau. Uait. She responded with an encore number 'to the hearty ipplsuso given. The programme concluded with a Itrs'i words on joloe drlture by Mr. Coombs. FOR TrIE FORMAL' EVENING FUNCTION Street frocks for e2rly Fall a: forsaking the strictly tailored line that so long were the accepted mode Decidedly ornate are the new styles Thi2 dress interestingly expresses tn trend, it Is originated In brown diiv otyn combined islth cropo. Th upper part formed of tho crepe Is la' Uhly embroidered in tinsel and var colored Bilks, so tbat a Persian ellix is A band of kolinsky ou Ifaes the "very short sleeves and th Testee of gold crepo. The hat is mad of Drown satin, with rich cmbroide ten, and trimmed with swirls of para dlse in a vivid shade of sumac. Mrs. David Donald has .as her forjthe nivj-r; 'JnA ..ov-. Mrs. A. W. Macbean who has been visiting her' son Mr.'.T. J. Mrs'.--T. J. MacLcan as far as Mrs. B, Hodder entertained nnm- ber of friends'at her home on 6tn Ate. Saturday a Harvest for Frugal Economical teeksspers Mrs. was a lei; aidreSs the New Dayton Women's Missionary .Socloty. Mlis Mary Forester, cousin., Miss H At the teaiious Mrs- (Dr.) lj. Q. entertained In honor ot two Mrs. Q. drawing rbo'ro was chariningly arrang- anj Mrs'. Allan McClelland are staying for the present In Leth- Dridge, where Mr. McClellan.d, Is .and while theitjfea taole -which Tvas-graced a- prolusion of .'red anfl "white sweet peas Vas.presMed OTer by Mes; dames Saiinders, 'Saunders Sr., assisted .by Mlss: iBatelie Smith. Madam. _Valad'e cut t.he Ices. Little .-._ at. In Miss Pran: G. 'Aslcey "crlt- ces Perkins, late peratioii In. tin., Haarleni school, thirty. A rcr'enily. Is now convalescent and will }ne before long Votura w his homo here, lain pens by Mr. C E. Brandon, .ppn- who Is fr homo ill Kasdn, acted as matron-of-honor. The hrldesmaids were Miss Luc Ollrer and Miss Doris McCarler, th former wearing an eiceptlonally tractive frock of primrose taffeta made in quaint pannier style, while Mlsj McCarter was .gowned becom- ingly in silvery-blue. Their hats were fashioned of silver Curing the'signing ot'the-register Misg Jessie Cameron sang with .verve ,nd charm a selection entitled "At Mr. performed the! offices of groomsman, and the were Mr. Brace Smith and Mr. Stan- ley Kerr. After the ceremony, while the chimes o( Holy Trlnjty were peal-1 ing their happiest no.tes is-honor the event, the guests' repaired to the horde of the bride's parents, where I tho nesly-wedded couple received in the large drawing room. They- were .asBlste'd In this by the.bride's mother, and by Mn. George B. O'Connor and Arnold Johnson, sister of .the -bridegroom. Mrs.; Smith .was roost at- tractively gowned: In Saie-blue Beorg- and taffeta, embroidered In tones of blue and bronze, and carried a cluster of pink roses. The- house decorated with banks ot flowers and: greenery. A'delicinus buffet luncheon was served j fa tlio dining room and billiard room.! The 'many-tiered wedding cake, set about with silver leaves and filmy tulle, occupied the place of honor in; the ccnlrc of the tabled with silver; and flower-filled-vases of crystal at either cnd." The Bride" was pro- adierOeneral Gries- cipal of the school, who on. behalf of the .opnHod bis regret at departure J. B soon uu quuur Creefc Echo. schools, Mrs. R. P. Howson and her daugh- tcr, Mrs. MltCord, of London, Bng., are eipeclcd in the city- tho end of the week.and will stay with Mr. and Mrs. M. iu Howson, 814 Boulevard, north- Calgary Herald. i Miij. G. Binning nnd.MIss Ada Binn- yesterday afternoon for a two -weeks trip to Calgary' to visit rela- c 't CHURCHES AND SOC.IETIE8 The memhors of the Junior Mission, Band of. We Sivy church; will hold a I WEDDINGS SMITIf One ot the most notable, events of the season took 'iilaVe'on; Saturday' afternoon, September '4th' 'at o'clock at: Edmonton, when Victoria Mary) daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred- erick II. Smith, Oarneau, and grand- daughter of th'o late Hon.: Sidney Smith ot Cobourg, Ontario, and ot the lato George Marks of Bruce Mines, Algoma, was united In marriigo to Jharlca GeraJJ iOlConnpr.i barrister ,of SdniontOTj, syTi'o'f'tne-atejSheriff-aTid ._..... parlyTt' Mrs, O'Connor of Walkerlon, Ontario. superinlondent, Mrs. Lovoririg, of the.-brfde is-p.'-t 3rd Am S., at S'b'ciock'tdmorrdw, 'Inspector at LclhbrWge re-open Iho yesterday from atlendlug t A'special Baptismal so'r-vicc will be hold-in St. Augustin's church comer )Uh'St. antl 8lh Ave- al 'J1 o'cloclt father of tho wed- ding of hjs daughter. The ceremony -was performed In Sunday morning cncler and while bios, id stalely palms lined Vanmis who bavo children to be Bap- ns ,fl.vc? Used will plcaso noto this. When "h dista'nco makes It iniinmiiMe for them Packet of FLVMDS win KIU MOPE FUES THAN or tw ,STICKY FLY CiTCHfP to handle. Sold by ail Druggists, Grocers and Stores I Iho many gucsis; Were artistically 1 festooned with flowers cftdght with knots of. tulle, these carrying out the color scheme of the chancel..' Tho brldo who entered the church on the arm of her father, was ex- quisitely frockedi In Ivory charmeuso with panels and sleeves of gcorgellc delicately embroidered with" pearls. Tho long deftly-draped train of lus- trous salin which hung from the shoulders was lined with shell-pink georgette embroidered with true lovers' knots. The wedding veil was arranged in Dutch-cap fashion over her dark ircstcs, and caught at the with orange ;blossoms, A lovely shpwer bouquet 6f Ophelli roses wda carried. L-ltllq Piggy O'Connor, .the daugh-. "quality chain bnj pitch pocK cts sleeves and belt colors of blire and pliik 3S to T price HOUSE DtiasSES cd gfrfSSfam Witli (rimmed Ions two J pockiis anil belt, 3f-to price Delightfully Pretty Are the SILK JERSEY iJNDERSKllfrS. In air the'variety of colors, Silk .jerseys; JFlouticcs. and Taffetas. These skirts have the smiill-.fionnces. Bhirrcd.'upo'ir the deep flounce, 'making a very A' all sizes; THE as a feather, pleated flounce, floral design, dork niui light colors; gn regular sizes and outsizes fi Men's Fall and Winter Combination and twc-pieco styles In Stantleld'S, .Walaon's and Cecttc makes. z PRICED FROM t X to Suit Ladies-Bedroom. Slippers A full range just in of beautiful Floral CrotonnO, Slippers, in colors of old rose, lavender nnd'-coperij rubber FOR SELLING Specially priced, STAPLES GOODS OFFER. THEIR USUAL QUOTA .OF IVIONEY SAVING Bark-striped wide, two boits only; 4Bc; special' :'1- 3 Orcat: variety ot -PniNTS in light or dark inches wide; regular 45c yard; special; per .yard WqOZi; Ins.' wide of grceu and rose; n AC jcg. iwiESS GOODS; ss in-