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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -11, 1920r THE LETBflHlEQE DAILY HERALD MILADI PHONE W. D. L.' Hardia 'returned to-" city 4rtv an extended trip .to the Pi- cine .'coast. "Vi Dc-wnsr, Jr., arrived home this and will spend a vaca- his parents, .ilrj an.q -Mra, Mr; ff. A. Cottcrell, formerly super- intelident of the C.P.ryhere, general superintendent at Vartsiuver, was in the city for a short en route to Calgary. f uni ily. 1 Bf t todily to make ttieir. f u'Ciira Uoipe In Kusene, .Oregon. _y. ?.lr. IIcuaHcks of tha Ba'nk''6t McoitreaJ who ..has. been. 'the 'Swift Current" brancS, left this morning. i i--- _ i. Rov. A. H, Deiioon will be In gary 'preaching, the annl-' S'eraary sermons of Kciox Prertjrter- church there. J. S. Is in Ihe .city renew- ing acquaintances apd the guest'of Mr. irid Mrs. F-. W. Downer. SOCIAL Mrs. Thomas Taylor was a bosteis yesterday In honor of O. W. Bade, ot Walla Walla, Mrs. W, J; Armstrong entertained a number of friends at the tea hour Xeeterday. Jp honor of pylcstra, who is Visiting Mrs, Waltet Porter, o! >Vil- aori. Fourty couptee .entertained laet evening at a dance in B-jrgmann's hall, by Mrs. K. RUey, the erent being given In honor ot the twenty-first birthday of her promised. Daily Fashion Br Gertrude Beresford FOR HOURS OF PLAY Hannel is a fabric that once more Is rery much in Yogne. It Is used for smart frocks for women, to line tbo awagger coat, and for children's play dresses. A rery pretty little model of the latter ii IllustraVed here. Two shades of bine flannel are united in its making. The skirt is made quite full, K that there is nothing to re- strict the freedom of young limbs. Bloomers are also Included with the frock. Should the weather and ptaco it, tbe skirt with Its bib may ba removed. They are attached by strong soaps which, when released, reveal a well-cut blome cut in ono with the bloomers. FALL FASHIONS CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4> 4 .The Art Needlework dab win meet at the home of Mrs! J. Livingstone, north ot the C. P, R. track, Mon- day afternoon at. 3.00. .Owing': to the rosmnaje sale to be held by the Alexander Gait Chapter I. p. D. EL oii Sept "IJth, ihe tea dan- cant arranged to be held.on that data by, tie Military Chapter -I.Q.D.E; will' be postponed abound In greys and taupes, while squirrel i8 the leading fur. Lacijuered bnids are spoken of as Bmart trimming for autumn suits Velveteen frocks of tha stralghl type are Hecked with embroidered Bashes and Eatlh. Plaid bomespun. coats of loose flowing lines arp popular. A favorite -Tne.'St, -Auguttli'fS parish will hold its. flrit-; meeting Binco the holiday on Monday at 3 in the par- ish. -A large attendance requested. Th'ere will be a special mesliae ot the Daughters and Maids of England at, the home of Mrs. Unaworth. 1626 'A' North, on Monday evening 'at 8. are asked to make a special effort to attend. Announcement To the ladles of Lethbridge: Dear Madani: i From A theatre man's paint of vlewr I 'cannot Imagine a more ofTenie to plan for the Showing of a pic- vatued..of our .patrons know. abotft e He'rc'e to' rernlndVo'u''' well ahdad of time' stars be. seen at the Colonist theatre on Wednesday and Thuraaay' next In of LtU ill Naiimovi is different'frem'.-air-ettien''and''" cvc fl from her own'prevloui'pro-'. ductlons. But like, i this photoplay It one ypu owe to Mopscheart Leg _ will meet oii Monday night at 8.00 prompt. Members are urged to present. The Ladles' Society of-the B of L. F. B. will hold their regular meeting Monday evening at 716 sharp. Mrs: Watexm's MCttotf of the Rebe> kabs will meet at the home of Mn Ferfuson, 4th Avonne North, Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The regular meeting of tne G.I.A. will be held in the l.O.O.F. hall on Monday; Sept. lath at p.m. s: PAGE FIFTEEN pattern is 61 grey, with faiut laven- der stripes.' Satin (or dresses op. sepj tailored lues is advanced as asi' SDluim pre- sentation email Mid- night blue, dark brown aild ars he "colors most in evidence. 0 HWBAND FOS SALE Mrs. Lillian Russell wants to tell ler husband, who claims to be a lin- eal defendant of John ami a dlsUnl relative ot the lato Hetty Green. And the. funny part of the affair Is that friend buubacd b not only willing but ambus tor the sale to take place In a uite as If eho were talking of got- :ing rid of a second-hand flivver or a typewriter, young Mrs. is 29 and the mother of seven children :ald she favored tho Idea of a lot- tery for getting rid of husband Carl. "Our sole purpose In making this explained pretty Mrs. Russell, "Is the welfare of our seven children. The fact of, the mailer is '.hat we are .up against it. It isn't a case of keeping the wolf from the door any longer; he ift in, and we must get him out. "Ten days ago we sold the phono- graph. Last week v-'e sold the kitchen range. 1 don't know what can go neit except my husband. "It occurs to me." she caid, "that there muet be .women in the United States who would invest apiece in tickets on a good husband." Tho reporter suggested that the husband lottery might run afoul of Use anti-lottery law. "hi that said Mrs. Russell, "an auction might do." make the man, hats ake the said Joseph vice-president of, tho' 455051- HOB. "Very wocj.en know' xpensiva their hat mistakes aril md families often heir.'friends now-bow inaoy. hoiv re. without knovicg iem. Nothing Is niore costly, tbiii he purchase of a.Uat that doesn't ittlf the Shell do ona of n-o ihe. tier a few wearing! and that, ourse, is extravagaiice. "or put It on day after day, feeling hat she looks all out of gear in it, nd shell go ua miking herself ugly, -novring that she's doing It and con. equentry reacting to the influence, ''bat Is t more expensive mistake han the mere wasto of money. That leans that the woman' who wears he wrong hat Is not only nupleaslng n appearance, but ten to ouo she's not nearly as attractive lu manner and personality as she would be it he' had the knowledge of a amart md comely makeup to back her." The whole idea Is that everybody leeds to have'certain points played ip and certain olber paints toned L.OWD. The Job of the expert-mil- Iner is to meet, this need." It" the rlllpwy and, languid Is "hnt- od" as the smaH and .vivacious irunuite it stands to reason that both aren't golSg to eiruall? or the other will shine; or the, other will be a freak. lint if tha Idea of planning hats Ia BEAUTY !S "HAT DEEP" Beauty, according to the latest ad- vices, is no longer "akin deep." II is "clothes -'more specially "hat deep." It appears tho. women of old who were unlovely and who faded and In neglected ob- scurity, paid an Unnecessary penalty for their plainness. Beauties, says the last edict smartness and pulcnritude. are no necessarily born art, skill, vision can make them. And sometimes a "made" beauty may outshine 'ant outlast the nwre kind, for the reason that up on a definite plan, according to fiiet principles and can no more go wrong than could the law of gravity or tho functions of tho solar system. This sprightly wisdom Is tlie suit of A superior sort of research work carried on by. .the Retail Jill llnery Association ,gf America In th laboratory ot humanity-, and til- theory which has b'eeh. already work ed out in every detail and thorough iy tested at least once before Saturday Niilit L mis WHITE COTTON 36-inch Fine White Cotton, froa from dressing or filling Suitable for ladies' and children's underwear. Value wort: 65c yard today. Saturday Night Special, yard.......... MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Fine Underwear, in shirts and drawers. This i BOTOO value ive rurchased a long time ago. A final ciearanc llegnlar J2.00 value. Saturday Night Special, each WEDDINOS DRAWING AND PAINTING Miss LF. Kirk Room 13, Victoria Will Hpr at V. M. C, A. ON TUESDAY ..SEPT. 7th, 1920 Lessons in drawing, oil and water color painting from cop- ies, objects and from nature. MONTHLY FEES Mondays, 4 to Tuesdays,