Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. SEPTEMBKR 13. 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD t MILADI PHONE 122i .iN A OAROCN >nd Evening) Beauty here from earth to sky! 1 White clouds slowly drifting by, Pausing now ami then to noon Into waters clear deep! Just a little to take _0f In the Nature sings-the Uaypy lay; Awake! awake; 'tis iiwn o' Lovely by one Breathe .the beauty of "the sun! AII .the world Is bright and God 18 everywhere. Centle brefites.'softly'sishlnr, ,-Seerii 'to whisper "Day Is Softly, softly falls iho dew, lovely.skies of blue! riower and-.leaf and hud so Calmly bow, They are In prayer." Now tKe.-.dtiw- at twilight honr Soothes (he: heart flower Earth's dark shadows Biowly.creep- Tie night la still.'- They-sleep. Bark'nlne. clouds In silence fall tender care ia over all. Elizabeth Harris. "In Gathered Flowers. j T i (Copyright PEflSONAL-x' 4 'rf 0 4 K. Uletcher has returned from Daily Fashion Zr Gertrude Beresford Life Insurance Compjnv, spent, the day Kith his nephew, Mr. W. B. Fer- guson. Miss Jewle Blick of the Alberta Government Telephone stiff, returned this morning from a month's vacation, with her parents la Grenfell, Saik. Mrs. Fowley and Miss Moatt, both of Barons, are visiting In ihe city the guests of Miss S, Knauis. Mr. Daiies of the Dnies Grain Company, Calgary, was a visitor in the city yesterday, the guest of Mr. 0. B. Edgett. Miss Dorothy Stafford left on Sat- urday to resume her Ijtudles ati'the Kdinonton Miss MeMufray who haVbeen ihe guest 'at Ibe home of Snpt. and ilrs. Pennefather for the past few left this morning for her home in nlpeg., fc' The Misses Melva anil Uiieen Nal- der ot Salt Lake City returned to._________________ their.home after at delightful i A vlslfat the home.of Mr. George FOh AUTUMN DAYS basement on Wednesday afternoon st 4.15. Xo. C6. Seat'jr will meet at SI.-Ausuatln's hail oa Thursday even- ing at 7.30." 1 0. Q HOUSEHOLD HELPS j tbe. east. Mr. H. R. Miles was summoned to Calgary- last night owing to -'tie 'death of hfs father. Mrs. C. B. Jackson, who has been the gliest-6f- her- sister -Mtss-.Tilney for the past month, left early this morning for Vancouver. Mr. Clarke Cllmle returned to his home in Vancouver yesterday. P. Conybeare has returlied Irom Ottawa and o'lher eastern nblnls _: Di5_ Bess, trip yesterday. f r e Miss S. shortly for Spokane where she wiii'jbin a motor party-eh'foule to Cnllfornia tor' a- six weeds' A. Pi of Belleville, Ont eastern reEfesc-mative ot the Canada Green. Mrs. F. H. Smith, bas resigned as resent ot the Munlclyal Cliapte'r. 1 0. D. E., account of hef removal'to Lethhrldgo pharo band Is.post'office Inspector. WEDDINGS Rev. Lashley Hall, ei-pre-sident of the C. Methodist Conference, aiiiJ formerly pastor and Miss Martha Lindley, well known educa- tionist, were quietly married In Trin- ity.Church, Nelson. B. C., Hov. Robert Hughes and Her. J. P. Westman oflic- lating. Miss Llridiey some time director of department of psy- chology in Vancouver public schools The quiet- ly inrst. Paul's CfjjiftH. Vancouver, of Misn.Dorpthea Isabel Mclnues, dangu- W." B.'McInnesvigate Jubge of the M6lnnes, to !y..only son of Mr. and'Mrs. KobDrt Kellj; 61 WHEN-4JSING N WILSONS FLYPADS CAREfULlY AND .''OLLOW EXACTLY Best of afl Fly Killers" 10c' per Packet at all Drutrgists, Grocers and General Stores CHURCHES.AND SOCIETIES fy ft ff tf Q two-senior ,.camps of Wesley chlirch" LTdles parlor t 7.30 djW.-i- "'v'j -'rosser's class will me'eria the 7.30 tonight -The D B I'atter part of October.' The Sikokoloki Chapter will meet on Tuesday evening at S .in the Y. M. (J. A. the executive committee to he present at 7.16. As this in the first meeting of Die fall, it h) hoped tbat there win be a large altcndance t Weather permitting, Mrs. Bass Sirs. J. Hnfner arid Mrs. I. Livingstone will entertain at the tea hour on Wed-' nesday the 1st h, at the bomo of" lira Livingstone, north of the 0 P Thoroughly dnst tho hood of a per- ambulator zad rub it over with black boot polish once a weak. This will prevent cracking. When potatoes turn black In cook- Ine add v few drops at vinegar lo the water In which Ihej are boiled This makes the potatoes white and mealy. A dnlUooiinr tonoiesbtll coab can be Imnrored ani! revived by rubbing It vigorously with a small quantity ot linieed oil sprinkled on flannel. When washing cut glass add lur- pentluo to the water In the proportion of one tablefpoonful to two quarts of water. This will insure a brilliant I polish. To remove rust from steef fire- irons, first rub them with a piece ot flannel saturated with animonia. j Then-dry'with powdered bathbrl'ck and polish with a dry cloth. Food may be kept cool Ijy placing the dish In cold water and changing the water.as it becomes warm. In moderate, weather such treatment keeps lullk sweet and butter Gnu for a considerable time. Poods hot from the (ire may bo cooleJ In this way before they are put in ths Ice chest. .-4 Fish Cakes (Scotch Fashion) One cup cold fish well railed with three-cups mashed potatoes, one spoonful flour, two lablcspoonfuls fine bread .crumbs, one labteapoonful of inelted Itutter, two tablespooufuls of sivcet milk, peppers anil salt to taste. Form into cake's (not too thick) and fry oa buttered griddlu. -Jams and Jelliei housekeepers know lhat a de- licious Jelly can be easily made from blueberries. When the directions aro carefully followed the mixture fre- In the saucepan be- fore it, can bo turned into the glasses. Blueberry Jelly Put the "berries into a saucepan and add n large sliced lemon to every AS tins lea.v.-ill te three- riiiarls of the fruit. Crush the -neergan fimO. tintlclnilei] fniit slightly and let stand for an tnnt everybody will-assist In utiiRlnR hour, llriui; sloivlr-to a boll and ctrain 11 a .aij-ccaa... A coilcction wai t'lvoucli Vjefly bas when tho fniit is c soft. Return the; strained Jiilws rire. let boilfor six nr seven I .v.-cri at n10 m'nutes ami edd one cupful of heat 3d speciji service at St.'Sugar for oach cupful of the juice. jMlguatm'i Sunday. mco-: "oil for two !or three minutes longer i churcli wai'ivery "nVetllly -cl1'1 1'our iiito glasses. Cover when cold decorated fere tne iiin with-paraffin. golden rod. no sweet 'ho.nsjjrtjraji: Babies .Jisptircd j .jnfaiiUJ'oii of Walter and'1 j-JBuld.- Jl'srbeft Scorpsijv hjant son of U, g. and ilnrim .loan Patricia., infqnt. ilalijhter of ,-iv, V.-HUX UrtTS Many of early fall are completed ivltli interesi- tog there sfc-niere Mttle wrapB that Irarelv fover-th6 BhoulrferB. 01 hern firs de- iirapneaMrvce. This model completely onvelotw" (he .IresS t is made of dark Mire duTctvu anci ornnuicnled1 with sumac colo'red rrinEc. This also onllliics tbu cellar wiiicli is of Ihc.same bright The upper .part of tho dress is oped-in lie. blue dureayn irflh straps of Buttiac satin. The-skirf is origin- ated In the satin. The i-nai of ,fln blue, Is adorned V.-UQ .lashing loo of ejtectivo. la exlroaii'lv SHOES FOR U5 Why You Should Buy Shoes Now! Shoe Manufacturers Is8 of in that thtre to our mdustry >that you should know, One of the principal thirds is ,'for There B Kttfe likdihood that tljoeVpifeei v be yery. much lower tiiii at., proieat, months to-come, fearf. TN my .event, any reduction miujnfia UK other band, there a a possibility I Bytes may be hither. Your shoe bases "his pncea to'you-on irhat p.ys the manufacturer. We, are 'the cost of feather and other thirds, us well as of We buy our materials shoes are on --yffur feet, and the price ot V naturaliv reflated i by the cost of the materials-of-which they; are made, and of the handiwork expended on'them, .Therefore our advice to you-and'we jive it in all riortr-: BUY NOW any shoes you need your-family, r Don't'buy.'r exiravafianlly or 'recklessly, but and judiciously. you if .you ask l.iEi. He knowf, as jye do, i4that-if the public demand for footwear sud-v "denly itarted up abnormally; scarcity, of-1 shoes ind higher pricts would probably .This is a.silualion lhat should be mutually avoided, be if you buy whal Amei'' you nted, oetd ttttm., IS of AN OPEN LETTER TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Dear Macfam: I" hcr photoplay, Colonial thHtre'on "The RespectfuHy THE COLONIAL THEATRE, t-EN S.-BROWN, I: ;Save Certificates for 2, Wearever Aluminum NABOB ICOFFEB Hillh Lilian, infant ,laii5 iha.rles. -Arthur, infant son 'tit y. aiid'Mo- Baker. Kenneth. George, Infant son of Ecri- ram; Scntl.- Christine, iufaiit dair-liler of T. ana M. Coffay. -.An.JuonynioHs donor has presentoj to bl. Angiitiin'e a oomplale set ot shades-for-the church lights' this 1ms added much .to ihe' ilghtlus! Chaiiter 0 D R: will open iis fall social season on Sep- tember 25th with n tea dansant at v. A. hall. The arc j hoping for as gooil support r.s thev received at their .lance; at the close of the fpring season. The .ladies swimming classes will commence at the hour nf 3 o'clock cm Tuesday afternoon .the thllclrea'ii classes to begin nt 4 on (lie same dav I The Christian Science Society, Hull Block, ground floor, will hold their ular teslimoiiy meeting on Wednc'J- day evening at 8 o'clock. Members of Hie Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, 1. 0. D. B.. nre askert to send their donations for the auction sale In St. hail not later than Tuesday or Wcdnwday between the hours of 3 and 5. The local committee Olil Guides will nieet In Ilio Y. M.T. A. at S pin on Tuesday. As this Is the flrm'me'ot- ing foR.the fall (orni. every mcmuer .Is asked to be i i' The Gir] No_- 3 Vomymy, Janitor branch, will moot In Knox MRS. 8. A. BARNETT Widow ot tho late Harriett, of Weitmlai'.er, and prominent Sri- tfih wolal worker, who IB about to visit on For Attractiv Fairness :p careMcornparisonfe Veturns. ft Truly Wonderful Display 0f New Fall Suits, to This is to be n hie season.fnr sniia repered ourselves to supply a big demand'bv n'rovldiric-stocka superior to the showings of any prevfoW New Trimmed Hats to New Silk Hosiery to New Gossard Corsete to New Georgette Waists to New'Silk Underwear to New Knitted Under- wear in Complete Fall Showing Richly Attractive FallPlush Coats, Main Plush Com., Sails fur trimmed WE MAKE AND GUARA WE MAKE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT CLARKE THIRD Alta.