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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. APRIL 20, 1920 Th'K i PAGE FIFTEEN PRAYER FOR A LITTLE HOME (By Florence Bone, In, tho Londoa Spectator.) 9 God send us n little homo. To como tack to, when we roam. walls, and fluted tiles, -windows, a view for miles. ilcd'fflrellght and deep chairs, Snail -white Orelt (ate "nocks; Dint colors, rows of books. i, Ono'picturo on each vail, thnigs at all. God.scud us a little ground, rouud. Homely flowers "in brown sod. Overhead, thy stars, O pod. whim jwinds blow, Ouri homo, and all wo know. o I; 4 PERSONAL i f Miss T. Ferine tainer. Has acceptw a pc-filicn will! tie staff of tho Ban! oC Montreal.- OIK H. Dalgl'eisb. Calgary. ,fA from MRS. K. C. DALLAS, Of A'.habasca, Worthy Grand [Matron o( thc1 Order ot'the Eastern Star, who visited Coaldale last night and who is BOW a guest in the city and will offi- cially visit the Lethbrldse chapter'to- night Mrs. her husband, arc engaged In farming operations In Northern Alberta and Is touring the southern part of the .province, Intho Interests of fho BaslcrirStar of which she is 'leader in this prov- ince. 3Tr's. E. Hamlltoui and'-.Mrs. Albert Oweis, Cnth of Chin, guests at Ilia home of -Mrs.. Joseph Young. (Mrs. E. formerly ol Vic- Chapter, t. O. B., at tho annual meeting in Montreal EOEUO' months ago, Mrs. Gooderham has announced lier resignation from the National Executive and from-lne War Memorial Couinirttoo. Lady Kingsrnill was for a numbei of years Hegent of Laurentian .Chap- ter, -but. resigned at the. annualmeet ing a month ,or eo ago on account of her intended departure for the Mr, J. Colley, of Calgary, .is m the soulh }lss tireless''workers'in to' iuterssts o Sir's. J. Livingstone was tho hostess! v Bl aVdbllghtful luncheon yesterday lemoon in the Lethbrldge hotel, when toria, who has been visiting with Mrs. J. Glayzcr the past week, left yester- day for. East GrlDstead, England, whore eho ivill in future re- 6ide. uhe the Worthy Grand Jfatron, Mrs., Dallas, tho 'Associate Grand Matron, jyre. Charles McClena- ghanVand all the past raatroiis. Mies Slim and JIIss Glchdenning, o't Stiil Denies Them lady. Kingsmill's charges against; the ad minis tration of tlie affairs of the order and Mrs. (looderham has' repeatedly denied them. In. he.r Etatemcnt .sne says: "In spite ofrmy repeated5 AT A TIME when material is scarce atid the cost of production runs very high it is no easy matter for the retailer to meet the demands of the shopping It is c onsideTable effort and no little expense that we have been able to secure the splendid stocks re are now carrying. Theilatest reports from large wholesale concerns and travelling men generally is that merchandise is becoming more and to obtain. We our customers to make their purchases as early as possible while selections are at their best. we are more 3 PIECES ONLY, FLOWERED VOILES 28 Inches wldel Fast colors and neat designs. In tones of pink, blue and green. Regular value 35c and 4Ec 1 Aft yard. To clear, 3 yards. for 'j OXFORD SHIRTINGS Splendid washing and urcarijig qual'Ky. In greys, s and pinks. 2 !5c yard. To clear blues and pinks. 2S inches wide. ;llesular value 1 at 3'yards for VCHpREiN'SRIBBEDSTOCKINGS In brbvrn or white. Sizes St 6, 6J4 at 3 pairs for sizes 7 and ;P-r pair 33c 8, 9 and per pair i WHITE TURK TOWELLING 15 Inches, wide. Nice rirm weave. 1 Bargain Prlte, 3 yarfik, for GREAM CRASH TOWELLING With red border. 17 inches wlflc. Worth 40o nft yard. Wednesday Bargdia Price, 3 yards for l.UU ARMURE DRESSjCyOODS SO inches All shades. Regular price yard. Barg'sia ui, yard; SPECIALS in. Assorted make at box ''JI. .Hiba tjiiiii auu .uiaa xiiviiiueiuiiiig, VL __- Calgary, aro visiting Mrs. W. Kjiioch charges. bperl Vllh- at Cpa'l.dalo for a low ratto but have been reiterated, and for California and tho western Stales; j Kingsmill continues to enjoy (the oonfidenco of ,the order and of .j v-. I tho national executive. Under theso, circumstances, 1 to! responsible.i-rosStions-. the J order'and 1 have, therefore, re-( signed from' %ho national executive j and war memorial committee.' CHU-R ANDSOC......- A.t the sameHime I .feel that it duci to the saembers of., tho executive- j CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tbu Major Jack Ross Chapter, I. 0. E., are-holding a special meeting over is-hich1 I presided, to the order tomorrow afternoon in j and 1o myself, that the members of: tho Y. Rt C. A. at 4.00. All'membcrs tho ordsr should know tho answer are urged to be present. The Indies' Aid of tlie Christian church will meet at the home LMrs. Uunsworth, GH Dlh St., oil Wednes- day afternoon at 3.0p. All ladles of the congregation arc' Invited. t SANS souci V t'f O The Lethbrldge Dangers' Dancing Club will give a dance in. the Masonic hall on Friday, May 7th. Tills func- tion ivill eclipse any former- affair Eiren by this tlub .auil is expected. The gannonecre Jazz Band will be In attendance and will excel themselves In original and novc! dance music. Tickets are Available from any member Messrs. B. P. ft. Spllsted, C. r. O'Connor, 11. A. Stor.e, W. Biggs end W- H. liawson. to Lady KliujsnilU's charges and should have Euch from tiio minutes .and .other document? as will cnahlo them to form a Judg- ment upon the questions-, involved. hay'o to tlie aspislaiil national secretary, be placed ujmn VE iny reply to Lady'Kingsmill's state- ment. In tWa reply'''! have-stated i (he facts in do-tall and 1'iavo given i the necessary to -the'min- utes other Offers Explanations Mrs. Godderhahi has1 a.'fcfed ari explanation regarding the missing j c-r.iginal report on French relief, and j of correspondence and cables between her and Co. Blayloclc, Com- rnlssioncr of Hie Canadian Red Cross, are given verbatim. Lady Kings- mill's thargc referring to plans [or, a: natloBJI. 'rniiinoriar Is cor.ipiejely, -liccdrding W- fllrs.' Goodcrham. STAGE ALL 3ET--FOR HOSPITAL BALL The arrangements for the Gait Hos- pital annual ball have nil been com- Iileted by tho Ladles' Aid of that Insll; tutlon find judging from iho number of tickets being eold flnd from the en- thusiasm manifesto! IS tho event, Its success is nsstircd. The orchestra, which consists of tajaphonea, trombones, cornels, etc., has teen airgmenfed to six pieces, thus combination that -ivill lileaso thS.mosl exacting. The pro- gram lias beiiu arranged 80 ar. to main- tain a proper balnnco oi nimihers suit- ed to ail teBtcs line! at tho same, lime uvoid Tho reception committee consists of Jlrs. 1'. W. I'cnncf.ithcr, prctldent of the Aid; Mrs. J. 3. Stewart; Jlre.'W. D. L-. Hardfe, Mrs. A. M. Laiterty and Mrs. Homer. Only number of HcKols arp being sold and a more are ayt.ilttblc. 'J'hos'a desiring fcamo are Mrs. 1'ehnQ' father (1ZI7) MRS. GOODERMAM' AGAIN TO, BE EXON'EnATED, ff i ff 4 ,-f tf a result of the charges which LAdy lOIngsmlll mado Against Mrs. A. E. Gooiicrhnm, of To rente, ex-president of the- engaged to one of the three musketeers uBh she lived in Quebec, Fan- thettc told Paul Duhatnd- she ttijuged to D'Arrtgnan, one of "Thrre MusVeteerj" fame. WM B dimple soul. He had never heard of the "Thrtt Mucltetem." Kc believed Fanchette. Me Wed Her and hi great- ly feared 30 Tint