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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1921 TffB I TUTT Y TRRtAU) MILADI Daily Fashion hate provaa very yovuiU luis siiu and never fall to ttUruct a large crowd, as testified by the auccen tit L Wt "A blessing to each one lunonndlni me; A chalice of daw to tbe wearr heart, A sunbeam o( joy bidding sorrow depart, TXJ Uie storm-tossed Ywsel beacon light, A nightingale's song in the darkest night, A beckoning hand to far-off goal, An angel of lore to each friendless soul, Such would Mneklln. CHURCHEI AND SOCIETIES The ladtee of St. Patrick's church will meet as usual for sewing; at-the convent on Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock. The C. P. R. Social and Athletic Club are entertaining this evening at one of their popular -dances In'.the Masonic hull. Floor1 and music.will be of tho best. PERSONALS Tjke iMisses Dalgleiah of Nobleford have returned to their home after a week's visit in the city. The testimony meeting of 'the -Christian Science society, Hull block, will be held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. I The ladles society of the B. of; L. F. and B. will hold a special meeting j In the I. p. O. F. hall on Thursday afternoon at 2.30. A full attendance Tne following ladies are visitors in Is requested. tha city during the meeting of Women'a'JKlssioniiry Society Macleod Starnes was elected treasurer Prasbyterial being'held today: Mm. pro .tern of .the Municipal I. BiUfc'liuid of Jlucleod tlie guest of Mrs. O. D. E. in the illness of Mrs. Robson, Patterson; Mrs. McLean of Maelwd at the meeting last evening, the ol Mrs. Carson; Mrs. Griiiith! tha suast of Mrs. Fiaher; Mrj. McCal-1 In the annual report of lum of New Dayton tho guest of Mrs.., the Local Council, in regard tojilay. McKillop; Mra. Perkins of Wrentham) gronnd work, no niiiintlon, was made the guest Mrs. RoiUg; Mra. Cum- of. the support of the L. 'A. A, A. This barlaiid of Pincher Creek the guest organisation gave 'us a cheque In 1919 of Mrs. Ifcus. Mrs. George Binning, who has been patient In tile Van Hacrlem hospi- tal for some weeks, is slowly improv- ing. Mrs. Tripp of Oxbow, Saskatche- wan, is in' the i.'ity. tat: guest 01 ner sister, Mrs. E. J. Sehl. Rev. Wilkinson of Pincher Creek, and Rov. Laurence of Oraisy Lake are the guests for a short time o( Mrs. J. S. Stewart. which we used in furthering the play- ground work in 1920. The Home Nursing Class will meet in the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday, February 2nd, at 7.30 p.m. BABIES ARE BEING WELL LOOKED AFTER Mrs. Charles McCleuaghan has Edmonton Is making great plans for the entertainment and billeting of the wives of soldier farmers .who are at- her guests during the meeting of the tending the convention there this Presbyterian Ministerial association week. Hospitality of the homes has being held here. Rev. Allan of Cole- been lavishly extended to the women, man and Rev. Kennedy of Macleod. many of whom have children with Uhern. It is hoped that Lethbrldge Hev. and Mrs. Bryan of Tiber are will do as well when her turn comes eipected to arrive in 'the city today An Edmonton paper-says' lor a short visit. I .Womm.. f H Pnni.- nr r t i in of the entertainment of the AN ATTRACTIVE DRESS OF BLACK NET The all-black dress always attracts certain women who realize that their j beauty is greatly enhanced when at-! tired In black. This model Is fash- ioned from fine black net over .a foun- dation of black clre satin. The bodice shows the swathed lines that 'are quite popular at this time. The V- shaped neck opening- Is very pleasing while the sleeves are wide and hardly full-length. The rather bouffant, curv- ed side panels are trimmed with cire, ribbon. This mode of ornamentation I Is also apparent on the loose the neck opening Is accentuated by similar trimming. Should a touch j of color be desired a garland of flow- are might be used aa a girdle. Furman. Mr. E. business days. there will be about oce hundred ba- trip for a few make'the children's 'sti Mrs. J. W. Bawrten has returned to tho city after spending a couple of weeks in Calgary. B. Hummel of Champion ia a visl. tor in the city. c Dr. and Mra. A. M. Lafferty bavi In the city Whfet Drive, Carpetball and Musical Program For Big Crowd rangementa for the child: h bee rib at th been mae o care ie Memorial hall Lethbridge Lodge, No. 792, Loyal Order of Moose, held a very success- ful smoker and social evening In the Moose Hall last evening. The hall during the hours their mothers are attending the lectures. "The youngest member of the party is a young Albertan o! five weeks, and unu .mi .-i, ji. in. ijdiici uavu 11 r. us their guests Mr. Alex Lafferty of oldest IB a little miss of ten years. Buffalo and Mr. Ted Lafferty of Cal- was not to leave the chil- Kiiry. dren at home, ant In order to take tho responsibility of the children from Mra. Herbert Hu-baml is returning ihe mother3 so-that they, will be. quite this afternoon from pjnclier Creek 8ltena the and enter- where she has been visiting for a Planned for them, a large couple of weeks. G. Marne of Calgary is a business visitor in 'the city today. G. Chriatensen ot Magrath is in the city Cor a few days. room in the Memorial hall is being turned into a nursery and another room will be used as a sleeping room for the SOCIAL EVENTS The 0. W. V. A. dance given last evening in their hall was well attend- ed, u largo iHsnihor qf gneatH gather- ing there to enjoy an excellent lloor aud equally good music. These dances URGES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING TORONTO, Feb. R. H Grant, minister of education, yester day told a deputation from the execu live committee of the Urban Schoo Teachers' association that he waa In favor of the establishment of a train Ing school for teachers for vocations training. He expressed the hope tha a dominion school would be estab lished for this purpose. Lends Fragrance to the simplest meal irii is pure, wholesome and delicious. Drugs and Stationery We will be in a position to supply your wants in the above lines February 2, being located in the store vacated by Bender, the Jeweler. The Husband Drug Co. waa packed with members and friends, with a fair sprinkling of the other fra- ternal organizations of the city. The evening was taken up with a whist drive, a carpetball competition, and a musical program. Bro. Gill was in the chair, and welcomed the mem- bers and visitors. Whist Drive About twelve tables were in play for the whist drive, and keen interest was shown throughout in tho competi- tion. Bro. Day acted as M.C., and the two highest players and the two low- eat played off for the prize, H. Scott proving the winner after a hard tussle. I Musical Program There was good talent heard in the musical program, and particular men- tion might be made of the contribu- tion of J. Bateman, who rendered "Where the River. Shannon Flows." The following was the program: Song, J. Wallace; M. Cran- ney; recitation, J. Kennedy; song, W. Viney; song, C. H. Kingdom; song, J. Bateman, and piano selections, Q. Maguire. Carpetball Competition Pour teams entered the carpetball competition, viz., Letter Carriers, Court .Unity, A.O.F.; Veterans, and tho Moose. The Veterans and the' Moose were dra.wn together in tho first match, and-it proved a hard struggle. REVISION PRICE SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING STORE HOURS FOR TOMORROW: 8.30 A.M. TO 1 P.M. of Revised Prices in flannelette and Ail Wool Blankets FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Soft.and wooiy nap; in sizes 10x4 and 11x4 only. White and Grey; 10x4; were now.pr., Whit? and Grey; 11x4; were now, pr., GREY BLANKETS FOR PAIR A splendid hard-wearing Blanket; a mixture of cot- ton and wool.- Was pair. pair ............3> THE FAMOUS HUDSON'S BAY BLANKETS In grey only; at revised prices. 3y2 point; were pair; now, 4 point; were pair; now, WHITE WOOL BLANKETS Beautiful soft texture; guaranteed all wool; some in pretty pink or blue stripe borders. 8 Ibs. weight; were now, pair 8Jbs.; real Witney; were now, pair, FURNISHINGS FOR MEN REDUCED HOW ABOUT A NEW SUIT? If price cuts a Sgu-e in your final decision of wheth- er you need a new suit, then come down to the store and look over February values. Every suit has been cut in price. We are glad that costs and prices are down to a sane level and that we can offer suits that men will rec- ognize as fairly priced. READJUSTMENT PRICES ON ALL SUITS AND READY-TO-WEAR SUITS THAT UPHOLD A TRADITION This charming array of suits is no disappoint- includes serges, velours, gabardines, and tricotines, in shades of navy, sand, burgundy, and black. Kegular to Revision prices to Clean nip ire the foundation of immaculate Constant and proper cleanint will prolong their life of charm. They should be gently beaun.ro diiloilge embedded ent. They ihould be carefully swept, to detach all clinging liner. They ihould be auction cleaned, to withdrew the loosened dirt Only Tha Hoover doei all three. It BE ATS... MitGlMUH TrlcphOnc or ciO sad arnvft fcr a gf Tkt HOOVER on your own loan. No obligstiM ii cotinMtol with