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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER THE LETHBRIDGEDATLY HEHALD MILADI t PERSONAL 4 9 Mr. and Mrs. E. Jarrelt of Toronto, are guests in the city with Mrs. T. Fetterly and Mrs. P. Ureter eo route to Vancourer.' Miss Boulton li visiting friends in Birom for a few diys. Mrs. A general meeting ot the Mathesls B w w club trm De heli ln 'be Tf.M.C.A. on iniil IB vav7 is that every member who cao possibly do no, wtH attend. Bfttfcrd Kft'tor New York ea rmito (o SmUi after lew hi the city. Mr. Adaaw UTifed in the city U" JbnPire, have a'stall at the yeiterdar cnit. school fleM day, pa-Wednesday, Sept. t-, 2Hh. ico coco-tola, candy, etc. Friends of Vila will will The TijIitJt Sewing-Circle will meet ilth Mm: G. C. North, on Wednesday aftemoon. 4 All those who BO kindly sold tick- ets for the Gait: Hospital dance are hand -in the mongy and ot Miii Vila will be glad to know coat ake Is procreeaUus nicely: atur .an oceration tor appen- dicitis in-the Oalt Hospital. Mr. Sptlding of Hamilton, Ont. ij'Lhe gucat ot sitter, Mrs. L. Wallace Clark, -10th St., South. Mr. J. ROM left this afternoon for Uckets to iorTsUraesy Edmonton to be in attendance at the Board ot Trade, conference. Eect.0tt Mr. dtatriet goreraor of Hotair, fTlhe oi-y yirt.rtay. ?th A.. South, -Mr. J. K. Woodi of tie Bank of Nora Scotia, staff, itho bar! lust returned from a ifacatlon at Cranbnwk, left to- day for'Wllcoii Sask. whire ho hai PRINCE OANTACUZENE TO been transferred temporarily. WED BOSTON GIRL 4 a on Thursday evening at SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Pelham Cur- tis, of Boston, announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Miss Clarissa P. Curtis, to Prince Michael Cantacu- From a financial standpoint, the zene. of Prince .Cantacuzene, dance the Ladles' Aid ot the Ualt the pavilion In tlie fair grooedi last night was by no Dent Grant and granddaughter of the means a success. iroceedi late President Ulysses S: Grant. Miss amounted to: made up ot Curtis made her debut ln'1917. Prince tickets told, and cash. Cantacuiene, who is 20 years old, is There-werti about ISO couples present, senior at Harvard..and it fa eipect- and ep far a4 ippsic, Supplied by the that the marriage-will not take Cannoneers' band, and the floor went, untjl after his graduation, everything waaof the delightful Prince Michael Cantacuzene has and sallBtjIug ijaturo. The gppqrtiin- distinguished ancestry on both sides ity was not -grasped by the'dancing of hla family. His, mother, who was public, of Letbbrldge in the measure Jaffa Dent Grant, wa? born in tho Ihe'iOCcasioDAwarrahted, seeing it was White House In during the Pre- for the Of providing an of her grandfather, President operating, table 'for the hospital. The Grant. The late Gen. Frederick absence of the'medical fraternity at a function -which was properly theirs vai freely commented on, there being During, the summer of 1899 ____ of the local practitioners Grant was married tg Prince Cantacuzenc, Count SperanBkey, in only, four, __ r-------------- present: Many- of the people of-the city who should have been at the the Newport home oTher aunt, the Hot there, and at the samo !ale Mrs- Potter Palmer ot Chicago. _-----i the Princef-and his American bride time many were present who made It their business to come. On the whole to St'Petersburg; -where they in; this'aspect the dance was a dis- held a high position in the Russian appoirjtlns brie: Those who were in the court the Russian >HUUU T.W. revolution. pavilion thoroughly enjoyed the mualc Thelr other chndren are- i- Barbe and Princess Zenaide. Tcorttlons "IS was oemg mono ror tan services from one till two a.m. Bereatord's Augmented Orchcstr.-. will be In attendance at each, 'dunce, thereby assuring perfeci music. Invltatlonn may be secureo Mr. Brown or Mr. Beres will be strictly by invitation only. WEDDINGS At Ilia Bsinlist Parsonage 1203 Ave., S., Lethbrldge, Alia., -by th Rev. F. W. Datoe, First Baptist church, Earl WcCIMn, of Noble- ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georlte McCIaln of tho city, and Agnes Lyon :of Medicine Hat, were woni' m v, i-----C" united. In marriage at four o'clock on Monday, September the pres- two after ence ot Intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mc'Clafn will reside at Noblefdrd. A (inlst and beautiful wedding look son. M of Irvine, And Magdalen "naron Illrsch: No, he has never ln In love; hut a lot o( make up to him, and I don't want him to bo married tor his money by' soine design- tnarrijge, Itov. Father Green perform- ing ceremony. Dinner for tho bridal party was served at tho i.93ie of the bridegroom's brother, Mr. Wledeman, of Irvine, at which the im- mediate groom friends "of rero guests. the bride Mr. and tared the least about rap. He died a short time after this, and some oue said to the Baron: What a fool Mir- got Tennant was not to have married your would be a rich widow ow.' "At which he said: '.Vo one would die If they married Msrgot In terms of rare affection Mrs. As- recalls Lady Wemyss, the pres- ent F.arl'6 mother, and Dr. Jowett, tbe Master of Balliol. "This wonderful woman, the master nd my doctor. Sir John after husbaud ami my son Anthony mord influence over me and my life tian any other individuals In the world." This was bow she met Dr. Jowett at Eiuuui were guests. Mr. and Sirs. I, TV ,T. Wledemoa will make Ihelr homo In of Wemyss's country Hat seat near Edinburgh. After an im- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES c- The Uvqld Henderson Giiapter and the Arthur Ramser Ohapter, children Count Princess Can- tacncene, daughter of Mm Frederick Grant, grandfather of Prince Michael, was the oldest child of the President of 189? Miss .irid the .floor in th'e condition It was. SnppV.f in buffet form wns served at midnight and dancing finished at2 a.m. Tonight, at !ha Masonic hall, the MRS. ASQUITH TELLS C.P.R.r Social and Athletic club arc HER ROMANCES holrlih'g another of tholr enjoyable dances K-jth' the Canhorieers1 Jazi ?.f band'in attcud'ance. The scheduled night.for this: dance was last Tues- of day but owing to the proHmity of the Prlme 5lvcr' ells 'a her fair and carnival, about Her lovers when the postponed until to Margot .Tennant, a bril- night. A priTitc dancing class will be lcaaer ln WB society.. Ot her conducted from eight to nine o'clock engagemant she-writes: tonight 'in.tno'hair for members of My wa? neither pretty nor the club who wish to attend. The. re- Jl. but bumorlst; I. do not commence at nine I was very serlons and ha was A series of'dances which promise to more with me ;than. an? one become very popular during the com- before, ing fall and winter season will be the TOen( l 'old nlother of Colonial Dances, which wlil be held she sank upon a settee, put on each .Thursday evening startinc on f to her eyes, and said: Thursday rteit week (Oct. 7th) In the marry your Knights of Pythias hall. The dances l Jery to show her will be held under the neraonal man- ho1r slle was- who -uclon Hirsch to say .that he novef! the Ipast ahnni I an im- provised dance, "in tho act ot making a final curtsey I caught my foot In my nkirt and fell at the feet of an old clergymen seated in the window. As 1 got up a Icud resounded through the room. Recovering my presence of mind I 'You are a clergyman and' I aiii afraid I bare shocked'you." 'Not at he replied. 'I hope yOU will Ko OU: 1 like VDnr (innrlnrr extremely.'" Leaving Downing Street Then there is a more recent recol- lection: "When we were hustled out of Downing Street in tea being there for over nine had not a roof to cover our heads, it was our new friends that came to the rescue. 1 must add that many of the old ones had no room for us, and some wero living in the country. Lady enough to bo my daughter and a woman of rare honesty of purpose and clearness of bead- took bur son Cyril In at Crewe House. Lady up my husband Mrs. Grana'rd's aunt and one of Cod's my daughter Elizabeth; Mrs. George large-hearted and kind me a whole floor of her hbus'o in Grosrenor Street to live'in for as many months as I liked, and-.Mrs. Mc- Kenna, took in my son Anthony. No one has had such wonderful friends as I have had, but no one has suffer- er more at discovering tho Instability of humin beings and-how. little power to love many people possess." FRUIT GROWERS ENTERTAIN TARIFF COMMISSION VERNON. B. C., Sept. the guests of the. fruit growers, members of the Canadian Tariff Commission left this morning for a flfty-inlle drive along Okanagan lake and through Ihe Daily Fashion By Gertrui'.e Boresforil THE BOX COAT IS IN HIGH FLAVOR This suit will appeal especially to the young girl and'the woman with youthful figure. It is made or dark blue Telours-de''lalne, a fabric that always gives 'a pleading suggestion of warmth. The high turn-down collar !s developed in beaver. This fur is also used for., jhe cults, which ore much wider Uian. the sleeves. The only-fastening'n'j .the coat is' achjoyed by carelessly knotting the two fur- trimmed strings. The coat and skirt are" trimmed with small carlrldgo pleats. These closely emulate real cartridges, for they are topped with small pieces ot- fawu-coibrW cloth. The hat of navy blue felt is also ecjged with the "cartridge trimming. Portland; ;0je., pojice are looking tuifusLi iiiu jruiuauu, jounce are looKintr heart of the orchard district. The" for a a, stolen suit for next session of the commission will and left' ?99C in gold and be held m Nelgcm on Thursdsy. rencyiu, it; V ii HsHslI The Store ojf Quality GroceHfes No. 1 Peaches, per case No. 2 Peaches, per case Green Peppers, per Ib. Tomatoes; by the case Tomatoes, by the Basket vK Grapefruit, 2 fi.''. 25c Egg Plums, per case Bulk Dates, per Ib. CranbRrries, per %-gal. per dozen.. Quarts.Perfect Sealers, per dozen Pints Perfect dozen 45 Economy Sealers, per dozen v' PARIS tONDON VIVAUDOU MONTREAL NEW YORK agcment of Leo S. .Browi___________ Dcresford. Tasty decorations with ,'T the entire ball, and stage decorated WHIllc'1 ll! ul in a totally different style will add to Door Shut Upon Him tho-'pleaEsmrwnich- will bo derived Then came the news had1 from the .dances; Lunch, will he serv- ed at-midnlght, and arrangemeiits aro the .house! I rushed to helng nindc for tail services from one 8l8ter- cWlf- her even till two a.m. Bereatord's Augmented Jup8et. tha" mother. She Orchestra will he In attendance at out with some truth that each.'dunce, thereby assuring perfeci marriage and the obstlntcy, with winch she had pursued-It I gone far towards spoiling her early Hfo, "I flounced about the room, and sail! I tbat forbidding him the house was J grotesque and made me redlculous in tho eyes of the servants. ended passionate protest by telling her gravely that If I changed my mind, ho would undoubtedly commit suicide; this awful news was receiver! with an hilarity which nettled me. Scenes bored mo, and I was quite incapable of sustaining a campaign of white lies, so 1 reassured my friends and relieved my relations by Idling Iho young man that I could not marrv Jim's Ho gave me his 'beautiful mare, Molly IJanTr, hum Hit ins hunters nnd was gray. Father's Proposal for Son Mrs. AEriulth goes on to describe how Baron Hfrach, "an 'Austrian who in -asked to marry his ing girl. "11 is only fair io the jluepiory ol Houseclc-anmg is nlways When everything is made snie nnd span you are tired out anil uncomfortable. IJut a sprinkle of Mavis Talc-will helri make you feel like yourself agiun, Mi! lions women have discovered this fact and they always use it after their housol hold work. At ail good druggists and toilet counters. S j Just think ofit-you can save on under- wear, what you need right now. Specials On Children's Combination Vests and Drawers aWe are giving you real bargains in underwear for Wednesday iuc nas au ueen placed out on tables. No mistake in these values. Buy early at last year J 2 years to 14 years, Yests 2 years to 14 years, Drawers 2 years to 14 years, Combinations HARVEY'S BLOOMERS Just in, and to the many who have been asking for these fleece-lined Bloomers, dou't miss this Bale on Bloomers for Wednesday morning WHITE VOILE WAISTS The balance of our 53.00 and White Voile Waists, pin tucked, lace and embroidery trimmed. Round and V neck. Sizes 34 to 44. For Wednes- day morning, SKIRTS FOR Special for Wednesday morning, Blue and Black Serges. Anyone wuo needs a good everyday skirt CMI not afford to miss buying one of these special-priced skirts. Regular 110.50, rft fOT....... to to FLANNELETTE GOWNS Slip-overs, round neck and square lace and cross stitched, with silk trimming; also button fronts. Wednesday ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY APRONS Kitchen Aprons in all the pretty pat- terns ot print, for Wednesday rnonilng. WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL 75c CORSETS Wednesday moruing coutll and. Jean.; .Sizes 19 to fn 28. For quick clearance BABIES'WHITE WOOL SHAWLS 45 inches square, all wool. Wed- nesday morning An 7f" prico EN AD BOYS SHOUID TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE MORNING SALES BOYS' FALL TWEED HATS In styles to suit all hoys, anil sizes for all. Wednesday morning, WE HAVE A FULL RANGE OF MEN'S MACKINAWS splendid colors, and -made from Carss mackinaw- cloth AYilMum water aud cold. Wednesday, special When in the Bay look over our Men's Furnish- ing Department. We have suits from and all the'-needs of men. We Are Doing Big Business In The Piece Goods Sections AND NO WONDER AT SUCH PRICES FINE NAVY kind you want when you see it. Indigo dyes. Fine twill. 51 Inches wide. At, Shepherd Check Dress Goods, 40 inches wide. Nice firm-weave. Worth J1.60 yard. 100 yards to An clear Wednesday morning at, yard COATINGS. Our stock of Fall Coatings is now complete. We aro offering every wauled weave for winter and fall coats' and suits. Seo our special reversible blanket rich shades. An rjf At, yard Men's Stanfield Com- bination Underwear Known all over hy tho quality and name. Wednes- j-n day COATS FOR BOYS BOYS' NAVY CHINCHIL- (.A REEFER COATS In neat and nifty styles. Sizes from 2 years to 7 years. Prices SOYS' HIGH NECK REEF- heavy .wool tweeds. Sizes 23 to 23. Lined with shepherd check. Weil, morning Extra Special Sale For Wednesday morning, 50 only, Drawn Thread Squares. Size 3S x 36.. Kcgular price 75c. To clear at 2 for............ 98c Navy Tricotine The moat fashionable weave for fall dresses. We carry only the host mokes. Our dyes are guaranteed in these goods. All 54 Inches wide. Lovely shades ot navy. All weights to choose from. At, per Special Silk Sale for Wednesday Wash Satins, 36 Inches wide Regular price to ?2.95 yard. To clear Wed- -I t Q nesday, yard 1.4" Also nhout 50 yards to clear at 93c yard. NOVELTY PLAID SKIRTING The latest thing In New York, 52 Inches wide, In lovely comhinationa Regular price ?S.OS yard. Wednesday morning special A BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES, THE "TRAPPER" BRAND of color. J'ard Large Feet, Attention! 16 pairs of men's solid leather working shoes. 8 to 11. Value to Wednesday morn- nr ing........................M.US kid Piimrs with Louis heels. All sizes. Value to Wednesday morn- nC Ing.....; l icAthcr. Dcpentlalila for liartt wear. Small Feet, Attention! Ladles' lltack Kid Boots, lace nml button styles, with Cuban, medium and Louis heels. Good flexible sewn solos. Sizes 214 to Shooa worth up to J12.00, Come early Wednes- day morning ;