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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAX SEPTEMBER 21, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MILADI PHONB UJ4 f PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. William 'Wcsbbrook wno have been spending their honey- raooifat various cities on the .coast, returned home this afternoon and will lake up residence on tenth slreel 51 K: Edward of Cardston visitor In the city for the fair. -Mrs. WilleUs of Hillcrest; who bas been the piest of Mrs. J. Wlllsts for the past three months, will return lo her home tomorrow. Miss Ombra Hick arrived home this morning after spending the last three mouths at the coast, tho guest of her aunt Mrs. Robert Hay. Mr. J. a: Turgeon, M.L.A., of Rib- stone Is a visitor In Lelhbridgc. Mr. Mavjard Kerr who has been in Calgary for several weeks, will return home tomorrow and' proceed to Nel- son on Monday to where he has been transferred. 'Mr. Kerr was a member of the office staff of P. Burns and Co LethbrHge. Tho friends of Alfred McKay will be glad to know ha Is Improving after his operation for appendicitis In the Blatrmore hospital. Mr. McKay Is a son of (ho.late Spurgeon McKay of the 113th Battalion and Mrs. McKay of Dlairmoro. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 15. Stiibbs aud Miss Mona of Ogden are the guests of Mrs P. 615 16th St. south, for the week.. ,j SOCIAL Mrs.-J. Falkner entertained Thurs- day, in honor of her daughter Mar- guerite's twelfth birthday. The guests had a merry time In tho enjoyment ot games and Juvenile sports: followed by a dainty repast. The Rehokah Lodge 'annlversarr social opened last evening with a uplendid program when Sister William- son, marshal of the- Reiekah assembly I, addressed..Ihe. Joifie ablo man that of tho first night but aevorthe- lui a good time was In order. It was i Ifadrl Gras dance and everyone1 took t hind In niiking Tho throwing ol ccnfettl and tho free use of ser- streamers did away with much of too formality. Throughout the flrst half of the dance Holarians Arthur Piillni and Sam Porter weSt through the crowd distributing tickets for a V161I and Mrs. J. C. Wood held the lucky number.. Much of tho add- ed amusement commenced after the resumption of dancing at the lunch hour. Tickets for the Hospital Aid dance are on 'e ale at all drug stores and those wishing to secure same are asked to do po immediately as there art only a limited number. The C. P. R. 'Social aud Athletic Club will hold their daace neit Tues- day erenlnx in the ifasonlc hall with th9 Cannoneers. Jazz. orchestra in at- tendance. As a special dancing class has been organized in connection with the club, all club members who are desirous of ta'klng dahce lessons nro asked to meet tho hall 8 o'clock. Tho Military Chapter, I. .0 D E are holding their first Tea Daniaut of the season in the G. W. V. A. club rooms tomorrow afternoon, from to 6. Those who recollect the pleas- ant hour spent at the previous affair should not forget to come again and bring their friends. Good music will he provided for the dancing. Harvest Thanksgiving all day Sun- day at St. Mary's church. Will the members of 'the congregation send Ihclr contributions of flowers fruit and vegetables to the vestry -before on Saturday. It will be greatly appreclaled If- the. ladles will assist wllh. the decorations. nor. Major Burnett, deputy D. JDUIUCLL, neputy grand master, spoke on the good of the order..while Sister Adams, district deputy of. Primrose Rcbekah I.oilgc No. 61 ana Sister Phillip, noble grand of Primrose Lodge also spoVc a few words.. Sister L. Lundy favored the guests with a solo and Brother Dunn- ing plea.sant coronet solo. The program ended with a well receiv- ed address by Brother Covell, district doputy grand master, after which re- freshmwits were served followed by cards and dancing. Daily Fashion By Cerlruite Deresford. ANNOUNCEMENT Capt, nnd Mrs. CampbcU an" nounco the engagement of their daugh- Mis 6 Gladys .Henrietta, ta jjr D p. McKlllop, son of and Mrs. D' A. McKlllop, of Calgary. Wedding to take place in October. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -Last Sunday evening at the Colonial S.t, Geprgels- Sarnia, .IKU spone a l scone of a wedding of more than indy favored Tuesday morning ak id Brother Dunn- "ine when Roberla Calherine MaoAdams, of Edmonton, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mac- Adams, of Sarnia, soldiers' rep- the Albe'rta legislature became the bride of Harvey Stlnson Price, of Edmonton, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Price, of Gore Bay, Ontario, formerly major in the C. B. P. Rev. Canon Davis per- formed liiB ceremony. Tho church was artistically decorated with aut- umn flowers and palms and Ihrongcd with Interested spectators. The brHe was given In marriage u.e i ne orwe was eiven In Beresford's augmented- orchestra was by her father, .Mr. Rotert so thoroughly cloyed that the man-'She wore a suit .of hi ,c ugemcnt have arranged to hold anoth-: velour with collar and cuffs otoBnos !htl 26tb' Tho Bunl' tlue soorgetto blouse em- Slala of the Mountains" broidcrcd in chenille In tones of be one of the numbers on the pro-- set, green and goi'Mud draped vef SraD1- Thursday night's at the pavil- ion, the second of the CoaWale-Leth- hrldge fair and, carnival, was a bril- liant-affair and the Rotarlans, true to their custom, flllod It with surprises. Tha crowd was not largo as j ywiui wiin lOUCnes of dark blue and dull gold. A corsage bouquet of orchlils and. liliss-of-lhe- viilley completed her costume Mrs. Aubrey, of Detroit daughter of tho late Judge. Daniel p' MacWatt, of matron of honor. She w6re a sown ot clue boilliiB water. It cuti be lifted I out then without breaking it. Add ouo teaspoonful of Kpsom salts lo pyil of water in colored clothes are rinsed, ami even the most I delicate shades will fade or the colors ruu. A good -.ray lo use left-over fish is I (o nlckle it with a of diluted ;hot vinegar, seaeoued >vilH cloves, salt. Ipeppec and a bay leaf. Serve on lei- tuce when cold- Sprinkle the corn with warm water (list before placing it jit the popper. Tho steam softens Hip shell of the grain, aud the corn will all leav- ing 110 hard grains or kernels. A painless method uf irtatlnfi dis- eases of the gall bladder, which It was claimed would etimiuale op- uratlons in more than nfty ccnl. I of such cases, has been perfected by j Dr. .Frank Smithies, of the University of Illinois. Dr. Smithies' derico con- Bists mainly of a small, egj-shaiicd perforated bali about oue-quarter an iu diameter, ar.d oac-half Incli long, and 5! Inches of rabter tubing about the size of a lead This ball Is easily by patients aud tho contents of the gall ducts are painlessly drawn through the lulm hy suction. After iha silver ball has been swallowed and correctly placed by X-rays, a solution is poured down tho tuuo. causing a relaxation of Ihe gall. duct. PAGE THIRTEEN BLACK VELVET AND EMBROIDERY For fall wear there are many very handsome onc-plsco frocks originated in black chiffon velvet. This illustra- tion depicts a charming model. It is developed in very lustrous black vel- vet that drapes in charming manner about the figure. The skirt, drawn in at tbo hem, la'lightly suggestive of the harem mode. The bodice Is orn- ately .trimmed witli green duvct'yq Urnt Is nchly embroidered with gold threads.: The bell sleeves and sash1 bowed at one side reveal new fashion tendencies. The hat of green Lyons velvet is trimmed with flares of black paradise. These sweep toward the shoulder, as fashion favors such lines at this time. georgette crepe with beading in self- color, and a blue panne velvet but, and carried a sheaf of -sweet pea's.' Major. Park McRac, county crown at- torney of Gore Bay, Manitoulin, al- tended the bridegroom.- Mrs. MecAdamK, mother of the bride, was gowned in black cbar- meuse and wore a small 'grey Ostrich hat. After the ceremony ttie wedding party repaired to the homo of the bride's Barents where a reccptibii' was, held nnd tho wedding breakfast servnii. The spacious rooms' were most attractive with their of pale pink and wliite asters. Mr. nnd Price left oh tho 10.40 Irain for' -a'1. few. weeks honeymoon in Ihe province of Quebec. On their re- iurn they will reside for a short lime in Toronlo where Mr. Price has taken a house at 131 Grenadier Road. Later In the winter they will come west to make their permanent home in Kd- monton. Mr. Is a Toronto university nid Qsgoode hall. man who Cook his Inal in law', with' tho firm of iiefore enlisting for overseas 6arly In jougheed and' Bennett Calgary. 1915, he practiced in the Peace -River: country anil Is considerably inter- estoa in the north in a business way. i t Is largely in this connec'llon that 10 Is now occupied in Ontario. HOUSEHOLD HINTS GENERAL This world may be a fleeling show-, but It doesn't dlslracl the small boy's attention from the circus poster. "Do you know anything about their standing In "Yes, it's on the ragged, ftoston Transeripl. Many go forward bravely because they fear to EO back. It's the habit ot our minus never to think of thorns until we are paying for the roses. The charm ot Mro. Cornwallis-West, who died recently at Arnewood, Hamp- shire, captivated even Gladstone, who was fascinated by her singing of "The Wearing of the 1'hotograpfcs ot her In white foi'furs and the then fashionable norcuplne hat were the best known of any ever shown in a window. Wealth nnd wit and ener- setic temperament increased- her fame, and "the' DenWga as they called her, became one of the great, hostesses at liuthlin .Castle ann lands Manor. Mrs. Cornwallls-West vras'already, famous "for .her dainty, pretty face and form when sho mar- ried Col. ConiwaUuvWeEt, then Uetitenant of DenbigiibWre, in 1S72 It wns the beauty "of.'the wild rose and she used to say in her childhood in Ireland she shoes nor stockings if coulij avoid lliem. REMEMBER! THESE One leaEpoonful will fla- vor one ot pudding or custard. One lablesuoourur of water should be allowed to each omelet. One cuj> tablespoon of extract will flavor one quart of nny mixture to ba frozen. Remember that freezing takes away some of the strength of. sugar and flavoring so that'mdre is'to bo used than for" other c'.wtnrds. In measuring baking'powder use two eve! teaspoons to qno ,cup of flour where no eggs are used.-. (Allow tour eggs to a quart of milk for. custards and four tablespoons oE sugar. The cost is small Tne benefit is great who feel ill results from tea or, coffee drinking soon proifit by a change to INSTANT POSTUM Its pleasing flavor, ease of preparation, healthfulness and practical economy com- mend this, table beverage. Sold in 50 and 100 cup tins. A purchase from your grocer soon proves "There's a Canadian Postum Cereal Egg yolk in warm waler removes coffee slains. I'antry requires a holler oven than any olher-food. not cotton, should be used when basting velvet. Mushrooms and tomatoes stewed lo gelhcr nro delicious. Linseed oil on a'soft rag will polish fireplace tiles. shades of printed ciiintz arc best for tlie sun parlor. Ui-ans will take the place- of for two moiils each week. Canned pimentos combine well canned pear's for ti salad. When niakinK ciicn-y salad, add cherry juice to tho mcyonnaipc. for large steamed pnddinps it is -to use a tube-shaped mold. Evaporated apples lemon or spice to make, an acceiitnhle sauce, Olive oil, or a suhetitulc. applied with a flannel will preserve black leather shoes, A pretty ovcrskirt inmie of fringe is knotted itf the (op to make a fllllng yoke. An emergency shelf in (tie paiilr' Is a great aid lo ir.inquillty when uii- expecled company The clollies wringer should be loosened for wringing linf.u. as tight wringing nialjns it crease more. 'A littla salt sprinkled In frying pan before using prevents (lie fat from splashing nil over Hie slove. Varnished paper on walls can be cleaned with a fhinnrl dipped in a weak ten and polished wllh a drv clolh. Tiie water In which beof has been washed before cooking mnkca an px- collcnl Ionic for roses and geraniums. Screw a towel rack npsltlo down to the wardrobe shelf, Till.-! holds Inany more hangers than hooka do. To save pimentos which have not been used at a meal, pnl In n Jelly Slass, cover with rooking oil and place !n Hie refrigerator. When in sewing your llircad be. comes knotted, It (oward Ihe needle and It will usually .unravel vlthpul nny further (rouble. If you wish your cauliflower whole placo in a tij and put it Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. Snow-white fleecy blankets Its easy to keep Ihcm that way. It's the best wax, because pure, clean blankcls wear longer. It just means thai pure'u, surest Sunlight ll wulicj wilhoul or wrenching Iht dothti. Il', a wcndtrM work urer ndj ,s clothes larcr, IJVKH DROTIIKRS LIMITED TORONTO 21 Comforter Special For _ __ UNLOCKED FOR BARGAINS IN EVERY LINE OF MERCHANDISE ON SATURDAY 35 only large size Comforters covered with chintz, silkaline or sateen. In very high-class designs. Regular price Saturday special, each SATURDAY SPECIAL Ramelette Sheets In the 10 j 4 slia in white only. Today's price {3.76 pair. 30 pairs to sell Saturday at, Tablecloths SPECIAL SATURDAY 60 only Irish Damask Cloths, J. s. Brown's make. Size 54 x 5J Inches. Lovely quality, beautiful designs. Regular price JJ.75 each. Saturday Special, v -_ BOYS' CORDUROY SUITS In all sizes, Norfolk style. ,Very hard wear- ing cord. Splen- did for boys' win- ter school suits. Saturday special. BOYS' TWEED SUITS Our own special -brand, from the finest' tweeds, guaranteed satlnfac- tory. We have suits for the smallest boy to tlie youth, in tweed, BOYS' PULLOVER SWEATERS 111 heavy worsted yarn. Small sizes only. Saturday spe- cial, (Si Mf Boys' Tweed Hats.. and 51.50 Boys' Velvet Hats.. 51.8S BOYS' COTTON SWEATERS Long sleeve, high neck. Regu- lar 75c and 85c values. Saturday special, at 63c TWO BIG SPECIALS IN MEN'S BOOTS Men's Black and Droivn Kid or Calf Drcsa IJoots, with Roodyenr welt aolcs. Priced al- and Men's AH. Leather Work-Boots EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE IN LADIES' OXFORDS Drown KM nnd Calf Ostords with goodyear welt soles; medium and Value up to Priced 30 pairs Ladles' Brown Boots witb fawn kid lops and jooityenr'welt soles. Kegular up to 516.00. While they AT LADIES' PUMPS Brown Mack and Patent Leather Pumps with plain shimmy fronts or wltb buckles. Val- ues lo J12.00. 7.95 "8.95 THE "CLASSIC SHOE" FOR GIRLS Lace and but- ton styles i n slock'. Sizes 8 to U lo 2 _____ THE "TRAPPER" SHOE FOR BOYS. They arc solid lea- ther and.dependable for hard wear. Sizes 8 to ioii, Sizes 11 lolSit, Sizes 1 to CORSETS SPECIAL Pink, Silk lirochc, lace front. A beautiful ntting model. Sizes 20 to Reg- ular stuck model.- For GOSSARD BRAS- SIER SPECIAL The, famous Brassier that is noted for Us fit. Don't miss this liltle Bnlssier, for it is. sure a' speciqi- BLOUSES OF; GEORGETTE Smart to the uttermost da- gree are theso blouses of georgette crepe- In pastel or suit shades, tucked or .em- broidered' front. Long or short sleeves. Sizes Xi to 44. Specially priced at GEORGETTE CREPE BLOUSES Jlay ho worn anywhere. Styles wllh long roll collars, etfecllra when worn oulsido the coat daintily edged with liica; others wlllioiii colliir' embellished with lat-p or fine tucked. Avail- able in flesh, whito and maize. Attractively priced MANY NEW BLOUSES In the Inlcsl suit shades, adorned with wool embroidery. Priced The Women's Ready-to-Wear Section Emphasizes Suits, Coats and Furs for Fall Suits for Winter Wear Strictly up-to-date modelc, portraying Iho season's newest lines and silhouette. Tho ma- tt-rials nro velour, diiretyn, allverfone, fine wool sergo and trlcotlne, with now collars, stltchlns and braiding and button trimmings. A COSY BLANKET CLOTH BATH ROBS With large collar, turn brick cuffs, bound with narrow silk cord nncl cord girdle. Shown In shades of, grny and mauve, brown ami red, pale blue with black check. 7 QC Price'.. I ,UO CURTAIN VELOUR Worth today no lens than yard. Onr prlco for Saturday's Bpll- Ing '___ Colors rose and nut brown, 72 in. CUSHION FORMS SPECIALLY PRICED Hound and sqimro, Russian. down, and very soft and comfort- able UP BATH ROBE With deep collars and raveres, pocket and girdle, coilnr and cuffs boimrl with wido hand of patfn, In shades of matiye and grey, red and grey, brown and ;