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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBKlDftfi DAILY HBSALD PAGE NINETEEN EVENING AH'greiriery hath faded from the Thn-ioft red turns .ferovn, Xo lekrtct even In the brefiM, SlO'-vly the night Elnks down, The situ U gone, but In the .lighted vi-eit The gracious tokens b( his going! And. quick outgleamlng Brighter for darkness grows a single E. Coleridge. city today, ReftC. B. who was.. recently operated on in Calgary, has recovered sufficiently to be removed from Ike The date of his return to the city U (till SO.C1A1. closed with the Lord's Prayer and the bensdtctlon. JalBB Royden, who 1' will be remem- bered preached at Geneva during the Women's Congress, was in cassock and but the remaining guests had kwn notified "No presents; no wedding garmeats." The bridegroom is In his 65th year, but the brldo is well under 30. FALL CLOTHES LESS BIZARRE Ft. D.'Fleming: has-returned to city after six. mOnlbs' dur- ing which time he. visited in England, S collahd, and' SbutlPA frlca; 4 Mrs.1 II. Rogers returned on Tuei- day after visiting in' Sow Islasd. Mr. Bpbs-eaVanab', of Pelertoro, Is the guest of McKlllop tor a few days: Mr. and Mrs. and son Albert left on-this afternoon's train Tor Monclpn.'.TCB., where they will mike their future home. They will Toronto and Montreal en route and were accompanied aa tar aa Medicine Hat by Mrs. -Matthew's sis- ter, Mrs. Desharcala. MisB.Cronklte has been spending a tew days Ih Calgary. W.'B. Lethbridge, was In the city on bust ness the first of the week.- Sr. A. Parks Is a -visitor in Calgary on1 business.. Jlrs.'-RpR. Davidson was a visitor. In Coaldale yesterday she acted as judge for some of the exhibits at the School Fair. Mrs. E. P. Leech, who has been the guest of Dr. aid-Mrs.: d. WlJee has left for her homo in-Winnipeg. sir. >B. Ui Kylands returned this aornlng from a trip to the coast. M. J. Scott, master mechanic, 0.P.R., for tho Alberta district, spent Thursday Messrs. S. G. Porter and G. R. Mar- moch Drtxiks laU fair. Nelson, who. has been summering at- Nelson. B.C., will re- turn to tho city next week. Xiiss.PprMns.-who has been a -visi- tor, In Calgary tor a ehort time, re- turned Yesterday. 4 7'fiSG Boles, returned begin- ning of the week from the east, where aha spent file, summer, and has resum- ed her duties at Central school. ,'Srr According to: word received'in the Mrs, E. Connor was hostess ai Lho tea hour yeeteMay when sho erf iertaintd Informally a .-number ot assisted by Mrs. A. poured tea Ing the afternoon. The teachers are. ehlertalnlnc .to-! ight In Centra] school In honor ot the new teach we and the auperinV tendeaC' The. Trill also' their guests. At the meeting of the Missionary Bodtty- of' Knoi the iHomt Helper's the.' "specially Invlbtd cdetis, a very deligfltfaS 'time follow- ing the regular business. f. Soft dull tones of laupe''and brown and grey are prominent among the winter and materials with a nap, such as duvetyb, Velours a'nfi de pecKKare'iuu'cIi in evidence. mole and squirrel are aollce- ible among Use boti for whole cuffs and collars' and suit trimmings. Tho greys or possum and chinchilla aro also seen, the former used for whole coats and also for enormously deep :hawl col- lars on coats of cloth or Hudson Caparinas and' short coats of fuf are good style, and long capes are also shown, one very handsome wrap 'of moleskin In this way, with a short overcape aud three rows of skunk banding about two inches wide. The kindred shades of .orange, ap- rlcol, terra cotta'and henna are very popular for blouses and trlra- ttSa. One striking drsss ot wool vcl- oura in a shLae between burnt orange 1 henna has gold embroidery and long wool tassels. Beadfng. embroidery and Iraltltng is uch_in vogue, and a very effective frock ot.-nz.vy blue charraeuse is much embroidered in semi-Oriental pattern aud colors and girdled with deep apri- cot. It is worn with a velvet tarn ot henna color embroidered with gold grapes'and I eaves, r A beaded black after- noon dress with fringed slirt and ovcrnklrt looso sheer blouse made over a foundation ot silver aud black brocade; Beads and sequins are particularly popular on 'black dresses, of which there are many, the black evening dresses belngrspeclally alluring One of these Is composed almost entirely of a sheathllko tunic, over a char- neuse skirt and net bodice ot black sequin, with design of crystal and pearl and crystal at the hack, the whole drapery being handled with per- fection ot grace aad .restraint. With tho dreis is worn a.huge Isn of uu- curled black ostrich feathers on moth- er'of pearl sticks. A black reive! af- ternoon dress jet and crystal beading, too, lu a hexagonal pattern, alternately black and white. A white- faced oversklrt falls over a beaded panel and bands of beading grace the "V" neck and the short sleeves. A number of evening gowns are made of velvet In shades ranging from a rich cherry red to deep blues and nigger browns. A graceful afternoon gown of pale gray georgette open white filet lace has bandings' of gray squir- rel uud a crushed girdle ot cloth of silver, with a cluster of pink, blua and mauve roses, veiled with silver.' A very clever little frock for a slim and youthful figure has a tight-fUting black satin oodico and a full' short skirt, made, save for a depth of a few inches below the waist line, of a heavy cloth of gold patterned in green and burnt orange. The quaint little bodice has Inflnitesmal sleeves of Ihe same gorgeous soMea material. There are .very-few shapely-deCined waist lines in either blouses or dress- es. The subject of.sleeves Is quite an Important least so far as the fall blouses and frocks., are .concern- led. At present sleeves are abbrevl- d affairs the three- quarter and the long sleeve will pre- vail next season, it is said. Puff sleeves, too. are spoken of, and it will not'he strange If they return once more to favor. The straight, ungalhered .sleeve has been wit hi us for many a season. There be a great shortage ot linen next season, so tho men who are in touch 'with the market tell us; aod those who are intending to replenish their depleted household linen supplies should do so now, else iater on thoy will not be ablo to ob- tain any. The scarcity of this material has been felt 13, fabrics, too, few linen frocks having been seen for the -past two or three years. Lon- don reports them much in vogue and a few may be seen In the down- town stores, but usually combined with some'other fabric. GENERAL New York fur shops are featuring pony among the fall turs, m Cerise, with an overtone of rose, and Jade, with an overtone pt blue, will be favorite for fall trioi'mings. French women will 'not give up cape, and so great is their liking foi picturesque cloaks that many dress- makers are creating simple little frocks of serge which have matching cape. One ofMhe most prominent Paris novelties of the-hour Is "colored face for the. dressmakers say that the new "as capucina and corj de possibly b( vrorn with natural complexions. Instead of putting the ball of string or twine kitchen drawer where It becomes all tangled up with knlvei arid forks, try: putting It'in a kltchei funnel-and hang it iu conveu place. The string may alwayi be drawn unsnarled as needed. N'ever let the'cogs of your cggbeat er touch the water In-your dishpan or you will nojico later that' blacl spetks will tall'into.your beaten mix- ture and also that the beater will scon wear out. T Sateen., makes, beavjtlful curtains, and comes in a great variety of colors. CHURCHES' AND SOCIETIES The eiecntrfe of the Municipal Chaptef of I.O. D. meet at tke Nnrsftf Mission on' Frt day evening at 7.30. All members are ufged to be present. The regular meeting of the _____ Ipal Chapter I: O. D. B. will be hell Monday evening In the Y. M. C. Ai o'clock. :OThe' .Ladies' Aid ,of! ;Btr Patrick's Parish will hold a rummage eale it? the Hall, North Lethbrldge, -on. S aturday afternoon and ei '25th. A good supply of ___ ing apparel tor children and adults will be on sale. Donations of cloth- ng appaifel may be brought to the rectory on or before tho Z4th. The .superintendent' and visitors ot :he Wesley .Sunday school Cradle Roll are entertaining the children and, their npthers on ftlday afternoon from 3 to'6 In Wesley hall. i Those who hare not handed in tbelf donation to Rnmmage and tlon sale which will be held on Satur- day nfternoon In the St. Attgustin's iiali, olay do so Saturday morning. Donations to the pantry table may' al so be sent lu on the same snoralag, _f, :P l The members ot the Young People's Bible Class of the United church art reminded ot the social to be held ai the home of Mrs. P. King, Coaldall road on Friday night. All are asked to atttnd. Bring a friend Cars leave the hail at Daily Fashion By Gertrude 9 WEDDINGS o> A quiet weddtni took place on Sep- tember 8 at the home', of Mrs. Grace DevBrcanx, Colllngwood, when her daughter, Bessie, married to Lt Col. Hon. Dougall Carmlchael, D.S.O. M.C., son of Mrs. Carmlchael and member, of Ihe OrJlarlo govern ment. Tho ceremony was conducted by .tho Rev. Robert Fowlle, in pretence of the Immediate relative Mr. and Mrs. Carmlchael left to'spend a. fortnight at-AlgflnquIn Park. PASTE THIS COOK-COOK YOUR PECAN CD BBS (By Mrs.vStanley Williams) I tablespoon granulated gelatin. cop. bqfiltig 3-4 cup sugar. eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla. cup pecan meats. Dissolve gelatin In 1-1 cup cold er. Add, boiling water and sugar an stir until dlMolred. Set In a pan o Ice water, add whites of eggs, aitd bea until mixture thickens. Dip a shallow pan in coM water. Tarn in puddln and tot stand tlil firm and chilled. (U from pan ahd cut In two-lnc! squares. Roll in nuts. Serve with whip ped cream. jA CHABMlNQ DAYTIME DRESS 2lere Is an-Idoal dresj for the morn- ing walk'or for the shopping adrm- lure thit claims the daylight hcuri of the fashionable 'woman. It is made of chiffon velvet liutha lovely shades of pine needle green, the frock is design- but dress by tha oVer-tklrt and A pi easing "she-til def HnS I> at- tained by cutting the bodice and skey- 03 In one. The front li tiroidered i'ith Kussfan -motifs In fas- dnatlng shades of blue, gold, fuKy anil ;ray. A turban of draped ruby velvet and a veil that ID used as a scari this delightful cost WOMAN OFFICIATES AT NOVEL WeODINO 9 new faahlon In wed dings lately Introduced gives the wo man eccleslast an opportunity to of flc'ate. The novelty provided fcy th marriafe of Douglas Sltden, the anth or, to Mill Christian Dorothta Duth ie. The adtual wedding contract wa slgntd and in reflltry or rntrrlage after In Sladen't garden, Invited-to bear "an address b Miss Kaadei'Roydtn." Under Miss Royden held service In the presence pf the njarrled couple and after wards "as' ehfe styled It, finest poem on In-tht world." John, Chapter 4.) Then followed short .address having for its thorn family love and the position of iovc In the world, the proceedings ttclnj Pine embroidered georgttte blouses in newest shades and colorings, h'and embroidered, "very special price 7.95 SMOCKS Dainty sheer georgette, smocks with self girdle, or silk eonl; new round necks, hand embroidered i n only............. il.UU ..The favorites of fashion are now showing in all oiu: ready-to-wear sections, 'Many new coats and wraps have but recently been added, evening and afternoon frocks, and especially an original collection of models in not shown here this season. All combine to- jive you a moit complete assortment of ready-to-wear for fall wear. It's the Quality in These Coats That (Jives Them Their Superiority The "hang11 6i coat, the pleasing permanence 'of the folds, and'thc'grace in wear of its drapery is just as much quality as warmth and lasting i Iuatrc: In, the richness of tho materials. When you also remember'that thesa are exceptional'models, exclus- ively shown by us, you. will more fully appreciate the value of these offerings especially at the moderate prices asked. The Widest Variety of Styling Is Shown in These New Fall Dresses Uste is for tlie simple and smartly tailored typo ol dress, or whather you seek the radiant- ly colored and riclily embroidered frocks fashioned] In oriental modes, here are models that range from one expression o[ the season's fa-slitons cleir through all the dilferent dC3igns, including- .Tyanted .TaDric. They are priced moderately which adda to their deair- ahiiity. Charming Evening Dresses RICH AND EXTRAVAGANT IN BEAUTY, YET PRICED TO MEET SEDATE PURSES Here may be seen those lovely Evening Frocks whose beauty, vlrtue of dainty detail mid prominence of color tlendinj, ia enhanced by their youthful lengths In which both flaring and bouffant styles have a part. The elegance and refinement of what you will BOO la only ono its happy -wonderful comprehensiveness 6[ our showing wfll strike you at once. Tt will seem that our bnyer read your very thought and prepared especially for you. Come and prove It yourself. Week-end Specials CORSETS A limited number of pairs of good wearing corsets that spell economy to thrifty shoppers. Not nil sizes; values up to 1 'I rf Week-Kml Special, pair...................... CORSETS 100 pair of corsets made by D. A. and Nemo, also spine ol Warner's rust proof corsets; all values that sell as hlsh as 15.00 n Weefc-End Special, 6.UU HUCK TOWELS 100 pair only of good heavy linen huck towe's In big size and hemmed cndi; a good towel for hard weir; worth in regular way 11.25 Week-End Special, pair or; ODC rjf I DC DRESS GOODS Even at this early 'stage of faU'Eclling we find scrao odd pieces of dress goods ill stock, Those aro In dif- ferent. plain shades. 3S inches wide; values up to 11.75 yard; Week-Knd Special, yard WHITE COTTON Heavy twilled white, cotton, 36 Inches wide, suitable for sheets, for night shirtg find ladies' and children's pyjaman and night drosses; value worth GOc t p yard today. Week-End Special 4DC BLEACHED SHEETING 72 inch bleached plain sheeting in full width, for itoublo bed, free from dressing and valuo worth at least ll.-JO yard 1 1 C Week-Bnd Special, yard 1.1D Have You Seen Those New Blousef InOnr Some with dainty designs em- broidered in an unusual way, oth- metal broideries or combihatiotis of two shades in new vogue for brilliant effects. Just-the thing to wear with your new suit. MEN'S WORK GLOVES Men's mulehido work gloves, somo with gauntlet; good for plenty of harcj wear; worth J1.50 pair Wcck-Bnd Special, MEN'S WORK GLOVES Men's heavy horsahUe faced unllned work some (hrec-ycar-old value; we are going out ot thea. S'alues worth pair nf Week-Dnd Special, pair....................... LEATHER BELTS Leather Belts, In blue. black, bro-ira, each ODC Rylands Co. NEMO CORSETS Now made la Canada. Wo aro solo agents ;