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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TCRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21.1P20 PHOTO MILADI t PERSONAL Mr. and Sin. IV. D. sro leaving shortly for au extended vacation on the Pacific -coast before going to'Cal-' where they will reside In ihe future. Mr. King will assume his duties as manager ot the Bauk ot Nora Scotia there. Mrs. U Lundy and daughter Dorolhy have returned from a thrco months visit vrlth relatives and friends !ii anu Duiipit. Mrs. A. 3. Hlller ot Maldstonfc Sas- lulcnewiu, is yJttttng at the homo of her-mother, Mrs. John Scott V Mr. Bert, ifagell ot the Standard Bank stilt has relumed from his vaca. tlon speut at Banff. r. Miss Mirjorlo HIglnbotham has as her guest Miss 'Kora O'OradT of Win- nipeg. Among the Calgary prese women who expect to attend tho convention of the Canadian Women's Press club. week, are b: Stavert, MJes Dor- SUvort, Mrs. A. J. Gordon. Miss Jean Gra.nl, Mrs. A. Russell, Mrs J 11. Erlckson and'MIss Dora E Nini- oions of; this city. Mrs. Fl M.' Irrlno of Calgary Is the Mrs. .T. 3. Fetterly for the K Mr. B. Korr ot the Alberta Govern- ment Telephone staff is spending a few days in Spokane. Widdhiglou.has returned to Kingston to resume his studies at tho Quecn't University. J; J, .Cameron who has .been the gucafoJ hls'daughtcr Mrs Herbert Carlwrighi. }eft lodaj for his homo In New York Mrs J Young returned from a business trip to Ralej Mr Norman Hlglnbotham returned to Mcffill University; Montreal, after spending an eajoyalilo vacaliou at his home. Among the recent visitors to the Cardslon temule were Mr. and Mrs. H. Grelg, Mr. and Mrs, J. Dow aad Mrs. H. c. Cope. Mr. C. T. Wood has returned from Medicine Hat Mr. George Mclvor will arrive from Calgary tomorrow to join Mrs. Mclvor who has been the guest ot her par- j ents for the past week. They will lat- I er leave for WIrmlnW tn IR.I. future home. 0 King pf Halifax who waj the gueet of his ton Mi'. C, C. King, man- ager of the-Union Bank of Canada, returned to his .boms'today. ANNOUNCEMENT A Chicago dispatch Eays: "Word received in Chicago from London to- day announcing tho engagement to Earl Lalhom of Miss .llary Irene, daughter or George Nathaniel i, and his first wife, ftruierjy Mary Lcitev of Chicago. Mlsa Mary Irene, who is a granddaughter .ot tho lute Lev! Lelter ot Chicago and Washington is twenty-four years old, She has a sister, Cynthia, and a younger broth.- er. Alexander. Mary Lelter, her beauty accomplishments, was married In Washington in ,n. rl Curzoll 1895. She died in 1505, after a r a HngeriBg Illness. She was one of the most beautiful women of Europe and made herself popular by her tact and graciousness. Her two daughters, Jiary Irene and Cyathia, are said to have Inherited much of her beauty and grace. GE DAILY'HER ALP Daily Fashion By Gertrude SJeresford BLACK BRAID TRIMS THIS DRESS Suggestive of Russian origin, this itrcss Is fashioned from blue duvetyn and white flannel. There is a vcVv tight underskirt of the duvetyn. Over this flares a full circular 'skirt In which tho blue and white are inter- estingly combined. Lest the latter might, effect too great a contrast row upon row of black braid adorns it Similar treatment distinguishes the :odice anil sleeves. The colar is par- :icularly attractive. a double cuff It sets loosely about tho neck, the wbite flannel being unrelieved by any braiding. The .hat is made of white coijuc feathers and is. worn low on the face. the Rev. r'. Johnson, Miss MUUIIOUII, Annie Forbes was united in marrifl-e i Calgary, on Monday the 13th, b> Not merely the best value, or the best at a price, but positively the best at any price! BUie Ribbon Tea Try It. HMol The Store of Kty Groceries Off CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Much ink-rest Is being manifested in ihe_ announcement of a dance on Oct. at the Exhibition pavilion to be given In aid pt.the Gait Hos pital Ladies AW, the-proceeds to go towards a new operating table at the Gait hospital which will rennlre an proilmately fCOO.OO. It is anticipat- ed that this amount will be raised bv the .support-of the'public. Every- body Is-assured of a very enjoyabfe evening at the pavilion. Mr. Kilbum's five piece, orchestra will be In attend- ance. Tickets are available by phon- ing Mrs. P. W. Pennefathor at 1517 Mrs. R. w. KcllogK at 1423, 'or Mrs A. C. Saundcrs at 1004. c The ladies of the Travellers'. Aid have been granted the privilege to tag the public for three hours of each carnival afternoqn which will be on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. It is hoped that everyone will respond generously -as the proceeds will go tov.-ard (be first payment of tho Travellers' home. The Daughters and M.iids of Eng- land will bold a whist drive on Thurs- day, Oct. 7th, In Burgraann's ball A pleasant social evening is assured No. 1 Peaches, Freestone ......___.... 90 No. 2 Peaches, Freestone .....___.'...] Green-Gage Plums, per Egg Plums, per case.............'..'.." Pow-basket case Prune Plums Tomatoes, per case..... i Apples, per: Green.Peppers, per Ib. Cooking Onipjis, 5 Ibs. Economy 'Jarfe, Perfect'Seal, Perfect Seal, Pickling Cucumbers, per case Magic Baking Powder, 5 Ib. Magic Baking Powder, on. Magic Baking Powder, Is .........30 Eggo Baking Powder, 5s............' GO Eggo Baking Powder, Eggo Baking Powder, PHONES 313 and FIRM FOR SERVICE RESULT OF GARDEN A CONTEST In the spring, the Women's Civic I Club advertised that prizes would be j awarded for the beat kept kitchen garden As a result, -the following I prizes have been awarded: First Mrs. Arthur Perrcy, 12M sth Ave S with ninety points; second, to Mrs' Peart. Jicr) nth SI. S., eighty points.' Tho Judges were Jlrs. .lohn Crais ren- resenling the Women's Civic Club Mr. Paris ond Mr. Lang. A3 tliern' wore no children's entries, a special (prize of five dollars for (be most com- iPlele Rardon comprising lawn, flowers 1 yeEclables, awarded to Airs Wortblagton, 13th St. north Skinner, Is colng to marry shortly, I has one ot the loveliest huaiea lu Kug- the of Ihe] Kal. between Truro and Kaltnoath. Uo- sides beautiful gardens and perks, Trrfisilck has private iicays, boat- hoase. and yacht anchorage at the riverside, and" commands delicious views of the winding Kal. The estate baa just been-sold1 for .'JIS.OUO, anj the house itself is for too. A'nother peer's heir is engaged. Tbis time il'is the Farl of Hrcckuock, elder-son-of .the Marquess C'amdcii. who'Is'to'be married; and the bride- to-be is Jenkiiis, da.ush- ter of of.Vrherwell Fflory. Abo Is 21. Is a sub- cil'.eru of tho Sibts, Gum'ds. and- a frieud of of Wales.1 Miss Jenkins, v'.-ho-is'pretty and popular Is a niece otSif feUi 9 Canada's new is