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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta f HK MfCHHHHH-'K DAILY HBRAT.P UAt MILADI Daily Fashion By (Uru-Oi Oeo T OUR YESTERDAY'S t list Mirtou Mi Qod takes our dim at TotcaaA with torrow ctid sinning, And glvw to with graco nntold, The years eon Sew and tho Aawn May son, and Messrs. W. McClMnan, F I luga and t, CHURCHES AND t> The Muilo at eshi will meet at the bonw ot Mrs. David poaaid, '527i an at E. J. Sehl will bo a hostess to- morrow. Hon. Oeo. P. Smith and Smith are visitors in Cnlgnry for this on Friday, The JL Yi P. A. of Bt church" will -not mwt OB Thursday owing to ''the feoy Scwta contert to- there of a reported vbit to Canada by Princess Mary next rail. Grass banifor. o, the e nrrantwments were completed 'for a unique Valen- ss Mn> Md ant hour was spent orar the Ua-cupa. cnrllni draw for the Toe wo es en Mr, John McD. Davidson of Coal- dale is leaving shortly for Toronto Toe wo es en Thursday Tkor. he will attend the meeting of Wr ShWd wn on y the Hereford Breeders Aasoc.atlon of "rdar iotos. of draw on CaMda. i "'naf e (._ Mrs. McCallnm oJ New Baytmv wt 10 thg lias been the guest of Mrs. Charles BAmlUary to T. M. C. A., McKlllop, left for her home this "gfte Y M C. A. on FrI- morning. d attarnoon at 4 'o'clock. All women of the city interested in this A LEATHER TRIMMED BLOUSE It Is some time now since the blouse assumed quite an important place in the wardfobe of the fashionable wo- man. It appears In many different styles, from the plainly tailored mo- i del that is admirable for sport wear, to the very elaborate costume blouse. It shows very interesting trimmings may be fashioned from the wid- est variety, of tabrics. This model is developed -in eafe-att-lalt crepe de chine. It Is quite heavy in weave heeii working for a few days.. Mr., darX brown in color. It makes an Ted Hall succeeds him there. Thafe be a gwltral of effective edging for the blouse, and nf Tab- thoLffiaies' AMiliary to the Aray and is also favored Jor the cuffs. Mrs. Glover and Mrs. OKeely of Tab veterans on evening at er were visitors in the city yesterday n.n attending the W. M. S. convention. in the Moon. Bin. Rev and Mrs A Rev. ana Mrs. A. werethe examination of infants; 3 to 4, demonstration, "Milk 4 to 6, demonstration, A Mrs A C. Bryan of Taber Under the demonstration, "Preparation of Foul- u mn. t committee of the united enures ot t (0 Market." guests of Rev, and Mrs De -r Interesting in 11 linme nursini. To to 11, home nursing, were noon during their stay in the city yes Breai8 an Mry. i Wednesday: 10 to 11, home nursing it i H T achlin of Gran- of or Mr. and Mrs. L. H. LacM in. o I u ran 8' Wednesay: o ome nursng, ralMloftary ,.fM Ald..; u to 12, gardening, "The {o in Calgary tor a lew {or raMoar ,.fM Ald..; to garenng, e rf Mathodlat church and a 9hort Kitchen 1.30 to 2.30, medi- (concert by members of the choir and examination of infants continued; rtainment "i he days this weeK. _ (concert oy memoers at me examination or. ininnis conLiuueu, vr n rinnihureli of Purple Springs'othatt will make the entertainment 3 to 4> gardening, "Beautifying the Mr. D. Kmniburgl of Puipie springs interesting. 4 to 5.30, borne nursing, "Gen- is spending a few (Uya in the city tno. eral Care of the Sick, including symp- gnest of his G. A., j nomp-1 .n_ 821 1th St. south. SOCIAL Vjttro Those donating to tom> ana Major Jack Ross dance on Thnrsday j eases." of communicable dls- Jack Rosg on nrsny j eases." evening, are asked to kindly send them Thursday: 10 to 11, demonstration, In. the afternoon to the Masonic hall. "Home 11 to'12, dembnstra- T j 3 to 4, Trip OCIAL EVENTS throueh local creameries; lectures In Another de.ighKu, dance w that A POLO PONIES AT CALGARY DANCE O through local creameries; lectures In Sterilisation and Pasteurization of Milk; Cream testing; Milk shipping; 8 to 10, platform evening, chairman, Superintsndcnt of S. S. B., Northern j Alberta, Mr. Oeo. usual delightful manner, A great num- ber ot people attended, both music and floor being in their usual good shape. At least two evening courts are ex- pected to take place at Buckingham Palace in tlio early spring, and the flrst ot these will, according to the usual custom, Us confined entirely to the official and diplomatic circles, -when many presentations will be made to their Majesties. A very delightful supper was served last evening in Knox church at six o'clock by the Women's Missionary Society to the delegates, members of the Presbytery, hostesses and all mem- bers of tho Missionary society. The long tables were daintily arranged, with a pretty assortment of primulas in the centre. Following a de'icious repast', speeches were given by Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of Missions, Calgary; Rev. D. K. Allan, moderator of the Presbytery for this year; Mrs. .McKillop, presMent of the W. M. liev. Kennedy of Maclood; Rev, .Cap- tain Muncaster of Nobleford; Rev. A. C. Bryans of Taher. Mrs. 0. B. Edgett entertained a number of young people very delight- fully at a house party at her home last evening. The rooms were beau- tifully decorated in "a very uniaue manner, being carried in a enUne scheme, with decorations of tearts and cupids, intermingled with colored lights. Scarlet carnations added Just the right dash of color to the whole effect. The young people enjoyed all sorts of. 'novelty 'dances anil sreat fun was-created by ithe "Kewple hunt" the lucky winhers be- ing Messrs. Dalgleish and Keival. The time members of the equine race took a promlnent pal.t in the ceremonies attending a modem ball, when two polo ponies, ridden by f. J. Little- wood and Major W. R. Woller-Dod, respectively, led grand march at of Calgary polo cluft hotel just before the ball began and stood at the entrance to the ballroom "receiving" the gueats for a few mimites. They were then placed in stalls specially constructed at one end ot the room, "fall in1 was sounded by a trumpeter, they were mounted by their riders and made a tour of the room1, leading all the guests in the- grand march. Both the ponies were exceptionally well behaved and appeared quite at Iheir ease as the "hosts" .at the unique function. More than 400 guests were present at the ball and sat down to the sup- per served in tha rotunda of the holel. 4 SHORT COURSE PROGRAM Following 'thfl proposed Short Course in Home Economics fceilig giv- en here February 18-86 set- tlors' wives, arranged wy 'Univers- ity of Alberta and under the auspices of the Home Branch ot the Soldier Settlement Board of Canada: Friifty; Arrival 'day, Saturday: 3 to SSarrlval tea. 10 to 11, lecture, "Poultry 11 to 12, demonstration, "Bread 1.30 to 2.30, medi- 8 to 10, social evening, with motion pictures, under direction of Mr. A. EL Ottewell. ML PUI IN EFFECT We are now on the threshold of the incoming of Spring and in .view of the fact that the influx of New Spring Merchandise is about to commence, we are paving its triumphal march by clearing out the remainder of winter merchandise in order that we may have, the necessary room to display the newest'creations. Ladies' Under- wear at Clear- Away Prices UNDERWEAR Every piece of Underwear li marked down in order to com- pete with the cost of spring prices. Anyone who Is in need of underwear, see what the Bay has first. Look for the red Ink marks the selling price to- day. Every Coat, Neckp'.eoe and Muff at half than present mar- ket prices. If you need furs, buy now and save. 1 Beaver tif CA JS5.00, I Lynx J75.00,