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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .SEPTEMBER PHONE 12M MILADI PERSONAL Inspector and Mrs. Watson who bave arrived la the city from Edmonton, have taken lip residence in tho .forinei' Nichols home on Seventh Mr. William-Haffem left to spend the week-end la Calgary. Sirs.'j. F, Jan-is of Baltimore Is visiting-at the home of hir brother Mr. B. Jarv.is, Eighth SI. T. Wood left this af- ternoon on a visit to Winnipeg. V f Mrs. Sydney Jackson and daughter Margaret arc 'eipecled to return at ISO end of the week from a visit to tho coast. Sir. J. C. Smith of Iho Alberta Gov- ernment Telephone -staff at Acme, is a business visitor In tho city today. regret (o hear that' 'or bed, having had the misfortune to sprain her ankle recently. CVIrs. C. G.-K. Kourse and. Miss Lucy have-left Calgary for'Victoria' whero Miss Lucky will eater a pre- paratory-school. Miss Ada Sydal who underwent as operation for appendicitis at the Van Haarlem hospital on Wednesday is progressing favorably. Mrs. J. RVMinor returned from a visit in the east A> Mrs. Prclsz, who has been tho guest at the horde of Mr, and Mrs. J H. Wallace for the past few weeks, left for her home In Lewlston, Idaho, to- day, travelling as far as Havre, Mont, by motor. Mrs. Vincent Paries Tdth her daugh- ter Florence, has returned from a two weeks' visit at the home'of her moth- er Mrs. Mine of Calgary. Mr. C. W. Stephson left this mom- Ing for Kasca'de; Mont, to attend IBB funeral of his brother, wliose sudden death occurred in Bpokane. B..J. Hill of tethbrljge, brother of W. D. and K. A. Hill of this .r.rvlb Hill and Mr., Kill's Kosher' Mr.: Mo- bertey, %A Wlhdenoere, hav- ing Herald. oBtlni'-Crinbroek Miss Gladys Seines, who has been spending her Tixailori her par-' 1 Mr8' 'return- 19 Lethbridga last Vulcin vo Advocate. Mrs. Robert Qnali, who Bas tee fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Daily Fashion ____By Gertrude Beresford -i. her home Journal WEDplNGII i Maij o'lBie Mint o Marshal Petain, who became a mar shal of France following his generalship as Verdun's defender, wts married Tuesday morning In'.Paris t CHILDREN'S NAVY FLANNEL MIDDIES IB regular sailor style, and -very well their tiful. TAILORED DRESSES' Smart, snappy models, that for cxcIuslveaosB, tailoring 'and all round quality value can not be es- ceiled, shown in (lip season's most desired materials- including trlco- tine and fine wool serge, with new collars, vests nnd girdles. and handsomely embroidered in Bilk wool, braid and Irridesceut beads. Skirts have a great many pleats and are Bill] showing accordeon pleats. Colors of navy and black Ml sizes tor misses and ladles 10 to 14. Prices range, New Underskirts Are the Order of These Dress-up Autumn Days Medium Weight Underskirts, mode of Farmer's satin, elastic.fitted waistband, bottom of skirt finished tfith nar- row pleated frill. Sbadcs of rose, mauve, saxe, rjf Sight navy, wistaria and black. Trice-line Underskirts, in shades of rose, wistaria and" royal. Smart knife pleated flounce and elastic fitted waistband. Price Outsize Underskirts, of same material..- English Moire largo assortment to chooso from show- ing narrow nnd deep knife pleated flounces. In shades of Paddy tauca brown, navy, wistaria, black and shot effects. The First Step Towards a New Falf Outfit is the Selection of Corsets i TP j 4 Very Nice, Too, Are the Gossard Corsets at Pair Splendid model for the aver- age figure, low bust, Ions skirt with free hip. Fancy embroid- ery trimmed top. Material a heavy quality evorlast cloth in pink and white. Four heavy hose supporters. Sizes 20 to 28 D. A. Bandeaux Back and front fastening ban- deau brassieres, boned under arm and at back. Tape across shoulder. Maclo of a heavy quality flesh poplin, or Sizes 32 to 40. At......OOC Gossard Bandeaux A mesh brassicro designed for tho average figure. back. Honks In front. Mado ot pink and white mosh. Bias-, tie luserls at back. Hookc lu back. Sizes 2i to 40. At Monstrous Bargains in tbe Boot and Shoe Dept must clS rXJ? fr6 this department and find we new fall SHoes which are 16 pair LADIES' BtACK BUT. TON BOOTS with Cuban and French heels; regular pricu (3.00; Clearing Price i ?LACK ELK, solid leather Work Boots- Clearing Prico SO pair Ladies' Black anil Brown Calf WALKING BOOTS Ucgular up (6 Clearing Prico PEARL d-p ftr- LADIES' IJIack Kid and Patent Lsalbcr Pumps wltli ncal buckics or Iho plain sh'lm- ray styles; clearing price HIOH GRAOE end brown several nifty y prico u" 47 QC tf-o ftp to M3.M; clearing..... and MISSES tyks; Ladies of Taste Are Asking for the "MODART" Assure yourself of a good'fit to. your new clothes by having them fitted over new corsets. Our expert corsetleres'will solve your corset.querrles by fitlins you to models that will give you the poise and natural grace that from properly fitted cor- MEN'S OVERCOATS Wo have tho nicest rango of Overcoats in different styles and cloths tbls season we havo ever shown. Tho styles com- prise- the young men's models in tiirce-iiuortor lengths, form fit, with and without the full bolt; also tho moro Ul- Bier.-) that arc so warm and comfortable tho convert- ible collars; The cloths aro fancy plaids and plain colors In brown and grey. I'riccd from to p 8Dd 60 pnirs GENTS' AND YOUTHS' BOOTS- rccu 03 pair LADIES' BLACK ANO BROWN BOOTS, klc! and calf leath- ers, 'military, Cuban and Txrais heels; regular price up to Aiy Clearing Price ;