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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUllDAY, KKBHIAiU i.ti i KALI) PAGE MILADI Daily Fashion l.r BwufoU fn. v v iHIGHTLY IT 1L5W 4 4, 4 4. The us steady as Trades; i BrlfBtly H blew, still Inn Mill! I did ikoultlrr Tie of Ihe waler'a- while lYUmifcd to iu Alia- Icud.' Arcliibulrt has returned to liis home at Nanton, ittisr ;i few days visit In Ihe i-lty. .M. Lang 'is a vtalloi; in VleWria. Jnto i ha milky siren nf Tho iky KHW bluer and the ulr grew rd thuodei-ed while Ihe Proud, with taut bridles. pan-Ins, bill --.rohn Maseflold. 4 v PERSONALS v ''f -l' -I' 'I' Among tliope nUenilcMl last night's hockey match In Maclnoil, were Mvs- Mr. anil Mrs. McGuire, Mr: add Mrs. A. C. lUwortb, Mr. and Mrs. Grant, Mr. Mm. Miss Hilling Miss McCambly. Mr. and Mrs. G. Harris are Tlsl- tors in .Victoria, whsre they are guests at tho Dominion l-lotel. Mr. A. .1. Hillil.-fl-. circulation man- ager of the Calgary licruld, spent the week-end in the city. C. W. of the U. S. C.. Cal- gary, is in I.ctbbriJge today on busi- ness. l.ftveil-Sbfirii. who Hie giiMt of Mr. anl Mrs. C'. llremner in Miicleod, has retuiTicd to the city. Mrs. James Young and little daugh- ter Irene- left Jlacleod on Wednesday tot join Mr. Yblmg ot M'ucllod Ncwp. i i A pleasing feature of prngram i presumed by ike Black and WWte tiill and one which caused THuch favorable comment, was the dante given hy MT. MeAlpin and Mies Eileen I Dr. Dean of Calgary, who has many i frivnd.i in and who is tha son of Captain al one time a 'resident of Lethhrldge, has gone to England to take a course in bone pur- gery. t S i SOCIAL EVENTS A' very delightful whist drive was 'held last evening old Roman 1 Catholic Church building, by the ladies Mr Mlllw -of. N'd.tli I.i-Oi- when MlM, Miller was rnnlir! In to Mr. II. i The entered the (Ki) unit of her fallicr uuil beautifully gowned In while vreftd do chine llid aatln. worn a vttllot' {orvuirt hiotaomi caught uii with i and carried white carnttloni. 1 who nrtad i-hrtileiinsld, viu diTSK'jd-lii Inrtd chim. and currifil u j beautiful boHniwt nf pink j i V. HK liest mr.n. TlMi; linpi'y couple left on tlio al'lernuon train [or a twn-mouths trip to tho coast und okluheniu. The cminiKmy condnctod liy tint Itov. T, .Tones. i HELLO HOLD DANCE i I f ,s A .j. i Tor Ket-togethel' piirpotiL's the old atuu of the Leihbridgc ofilce of the i provincial telephone syitr.m held a' dancfl in Harper'ff hall last night. The htsff has been considerably uii-reii-suu j recently, and this opportunity wns i taken to say good-bye to U. I'. 1'earce, j general superinter.dent, and nlto to I womolo a feeling of comradeship bo- hveen the old and new members. About one hundred people atlend- S ed.- Mr. and Mrs. John Dow were} hostesses. Tlie .Tuxedo orcheslra sup-; plied the music, and a Eood time was enjoyed. The hall was prettily dec-; oruted with nmiive and yellow, ami the; lights were dimmed with colored- nailer. Bunting- formed a part of EMPLOYMENT WANTFD Growing Children i Thrive on Bakers COCOQ ish lender. the llriliyli i'ur non-political u-ork.' t nilHT lint advertising: in "icnuinorativc n t B- ONCE AN EXPERT A3 TIT1 Pr'PAPU It-LEGRAlH I Although elected lo tllB Kciv Urmiswick legislature in: 1817 as a farmer. Hon. D. Meser- those decorations. Refreshments were i I'ecently uppuinted minister ot an- 1 served, and during the lunch hour j rieultiire for that prorinoe. spent near- j the opportunity was taken to extend il" Ilis llto talegraph husineas. going a Mrs. John Cro.'n uf New Dayton who; has been visiting at the home of Mrs. S. Farrow left yesterday for Cal- fiary. where slu; will visit with her j daughter. Miss Fern Hovis who was a visitor- iu the city for a few days this DOOD'S PILLS CHAMBERLAINS The One Cough Remedy That enjoys n -world-wide: renuU- lion as a prompt aria sure'''relief for coughs, cold and croup. It Is' good tor the deep-seated coiijih ot un adult. It is Distent cough'following grippe 6'r' infhifinrix. it IH excellent fotr rougliB, cold and croup In child- ren. Keep Chamberlain's Cough Keiriedy by is u friend in Jieed. 35c and 65c COUGH REMEDY Years of misery ahead ef thouaanda of young mtn and young women unless you "OPEN YOUR EYES." Uni- versal knowledgrf-'-a'lohe cah do it. From a st'ruaalliig with a terrible menace has gone out a cry for your nation. The rrWKutt dangers you. Your help is needed. "OPEN YOUR and aid in the battle against ignorance .and the scourge of modern.soclal life.. in attendance. The winners of the prlres were, first ladies, Mrs. Morrlck, second, Mrs. Kelly; flrst gentlemen, Mr: Mc-Gillan, Father McCaf- frey. Despite the many- attractions 'ill lawn last {light, the .Military CUapter 1. O. D'. 13. held another mosl success- ful whUt' drivo ib.'Uw O.W.V.A; Cards itartetf.sbortly. S. o'clock and coritiaueduriitl twefityioiir Jiftiids had been played. 'Jha successful prlzo were, ladiM flfat, Mrs. Smeod. second, Mis. 11. consolation, Sirs. E. Jones; Mr. C. Wakelyn. second, Mr. and consolation Mr. Jones. After the pres- entation of the prints, dainty refresh- ments were by the membflra of th3 Military Oaapler, which were TOP ed by everyone, vs excellent and brought another enjoyable evening to a clOM. Tlio second danca under the ana- pices of the Army and ViUrans' Association was held e-wnlng la the Masonic bill, when oter two hun- dred and fifty people danced to the the .Army .and Nary Veter- The'hsU'was beanti- fully decorated tor occasion, the decorating being under tlie pariOnil supervision'of Fire Chief Hardy. The lollies' Amlliary gave a splendid, ex- hibition of what they can do in the De'itigtb.elr" flrst 'effort since they' were organized a little over two, weeks ago, and the hare oyary, he of such; a splendid body ot women to assist enterutluinwrti. There were quite a number of ou.t-dMawn... patrona, ei-tmaj' and navy 'men f f bin anch placea as Blair- more, Nantc-n, Cardston, Ooutti, Ray- mnud and Coaldale being present. Everyone expressed as being delighted with the food time they had. and now that the orchestra lias got into full swing, the entertain: ment committee are anticipating hold- ing a series of out-of-town dances in the near future for the purpose of gathering into the organization all- ex-army and navy men in the Leth- brldge district. The boys who are In Gait hospital were not forgotten, tee cream and cakes were forwarded, to those-who were able to Indulge in them, and Fri- day February the 4th will live In tlie memory of those who at- tended the Army and 'Navy' Veterans' dance for some considerable time .to come. A HANDSOME FROCK GABARHNE The coat frock is undoubtedly Ml. an official welcome to the new mem- bers of the staff and to say a word of good-bye to the departing official. Mr. Poarce will go to an eastern superintendent of i of the best-liked originations for day- ern Mr. It. Harper, traffic time..wear. This model, which is Mr vhllltpi. commercial moti- tinguished by great simplicity nllli Pearce spoke, style, is fashioned from navy blue I Aniong the out-of-town guests were: gabardine. U is designed with a high Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek; collar. This, iiowever, may be ojieued miss Beatrice Fortin. Pincher Creek; it so desired. Tho sleeves are very MISS Nellie Gray, Pineher Creek; tight and extend to the- wrist. Black jni9 Grace Turner and Miss Elsie braid outlines the fronts, collar Thebodeau. of Blairmore; Miss Sarah as well us the neckline of tho and Missns McMahon. pt Taber; underdreso. A inarks the waist-li; iglnated in blacl Healthy children do everything strenuously: they plai? Wd.and study Iwd, and1 they need nourishment and a lot of it, and not one of the pop- ular beverages meets their requirements so well as and well made cocoa. Pure and delicious. BOOKLET OF CHOICE SENT FREE Walter Baker Co. Ltd His first reported official act, after bis re-election last ,woc-k. was to cable the British Board of Agriculture recom- mending the removal of the embargo on Canadian cattle, and his cablegram was kept pretty close to the ten word limit which experienced telegraph men aro supposed to observe. I 1780 iKJttC HASTES. MA S3. softly draped crown and turned-lip brim. On one side is a flaring tri V hling of flame-colored paradise. ro u eh plsasuro IK the moccasin danco to be giver, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of St, Patrlrk'e church at the rink on Tuesday, Fobruarj' 8. The arthe Art Clnb will meet home of Mrs. j. B. ROES, 1414 7th Are. S., on Monday. Members of. AVeiley church Hon. Mr, Meaereau's first appren- tlceshiit wus with the New Brunswick Telephone Company. He comes from Fredericton Junction, a district fam- ous for furnishing the most skillful ot linemen, and at uii early ago 'Dave" had few eqimis as a climber and wire stringer. Later on he went with the Telegraph system, if foreman of years. There [was nt) man better at locating wire A A and in building and repairing1 lines he was noted for keeping inter- EVERY YEAR IS LEAP i doftvn to the minimum. i YEAR 1ft ASSAM- About m-o .years- ago Ue. decided to turn.- to ffirjiung, aijd .took up .one of j i i tho his na- 1 1 live county. Hoon aftenvarde he took 1 NEW YORK.-Iverj- year Is a leap1 s tho neckline or tno and Mlssos McMahon. pt Taber; on no v.w two-lmtton fastening Misses Vera Benson. Margaret Toat-1 Canadian Pacific Telegra it-lino. The hat is Helen Parker and Mary Demean, j oceiipy.ng the position of ick satin. It has a Of Aincleod I construction for twenty y ALL SAVED SAN FHANdlSCO, Feb. pas- sengers and craw of the stsam schooner Klamath, driven ashore near Point Arena early today harci been landed eafely, according to a wireless message received from Cap- tain M. A. Hall of the steamer Cura- co, which standing by. Pasaongers numbered 10. POPULATION INCREASES IN CHICAGO year wan a banner one (or bablei IK Chicago. Fifty-five thousand three hundred and sixteen vert recorded, an IccrMM of S.05S orer Males toUlltd while thf (emile of the upeclns trailed with year umong tho Garo in Assam, boon disposed, and was elected for the i tllu viuru v.uimm in .-vnciiiu, _ t-, writes a missionary to the Ammcan le 'eglsln ure from Simbury County Baptist Mission socidty. "Amoug thoso who luvo not been ClirlatUnlnd, tha bride takes tho in- itiative In he SCIVH. "She tho Llboral wave -which carried Hon. W. E. Foater into power. Although Mr. MoBercau'a name la French in form, the family boeu i Stop That Cough Now! Start right now to Ulu ho kidnaps that Is to say, her and jet ml oi unMin( irritated thipct tkht (MUM fa ttM dMrt-ihe itufly Mint In WA hold their regular monthly bunmesa meeting on Monday afternoon, 'Feb. Tth, at 2.30 auaru. in tho imrlih hall, Initead ot the following -Monduy. Fob, 14th. male friends do it for her. One may still sao such presa-gant'B bringing home their spoil. "In the eaily days tho missionaries Inclined to rushi.to :the. rsacue. The wbmen of Slooseheart Legion thlnlfine that vipbcaco was belnB corn- are .holding it Grand Valantlna danco niltted, such is the noiso made by the in the Manonlc hall on Friday, Feb., straggling youth, reluctanco and Bst concerns at its kind in tho world, has announced n ten par cent, reduc- tion in wages add its workers have voted to accept the reduction. SYRUP OF TARVith COD LIVER OIL the coujh it healt the throat tukM, out of lyttern. EiMllcnt for children. Keep a By All ttnf vU CkMkldl Ctui) llth. A largo crowd is expected to attend and. a .real_ good time is as-' resisfance though, are seldom aa real j as tlUy- sound. .If the youth dislikes Dainty refreilimeuta.) the raroly any will be served at midnight, and .ill of. means lira allowed-trt' splendifl'plrogfam (jt mixed dances bus I choose a temporary husband, and when- been arranged. tire'd-of -Jiim, pay him.off and takcj-.an-1 .ij other'.'.'.. I A Sunday evening concert is being I i theatre- tomor-1 row niEht. There will be an augment-1 6Ml- M-R (id niiiiated by Mr.'George Fleming, baritone. The ClirlBtian Endeavor Society of the Christian churcli aro holding their meeting at 6.30 tomorrow night in the Mndeavor room. Miss Hazel is leader, and Bavis usher. Special musical selections vrfl! (Slimiou' Reformer) Oiie afternoon last montn a woman went Into a Simcoe grocery store and] asked to have a check cashed. She said she was late for the bank and particularly wanted some money. She was quite Impatient and stormed a bitj at tho Idea patien of tie hanks being lock- i bo rendered by Miss Florence Thii acfc, and several othor Items will be Wils accommodated On given. being asked why she did not offer her check in the storo at whlcli sho wish- j. tf rf od to lise the money, she explained that she didn't want to spend any in WEDDINGS "Jt JJf tjf ijk iff CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES An event looked, forward to with HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E D PURE W H 0 L E S 0 M E vedciliig. took place this morning In St. AUEUB- ttn's chapel, Rev. Ooro M. Barrow offl; elating, when Sir. William and Mlaa Catherine Campbell firortip, daughter 61 Mr! tfnil' Mrs. John Hro- die, were united In marriage. pretty took place on Friday 1.30 p.m. ut the home of Simcoe. but was anxious to get an express order off to ISaton's for her! Christmas j SCHWAB LEAVES FOR EUROPE XEW TOniC. Fob. M., Schwab, head of tho Bethlehenv Steel corporation.' ra? n passenger aboard I the steamer. Aqultanlu-which, loft here I today- for Southampton. At >'r.; Scliwab's office it wae said ho will i I visit England, France and Italy, but' i that trip had no business signiHc-; RETURNS TO ITALY YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET H. Add Years "of Wear lo ments and Draperies for Few Cents l.Rthbrltlge'womon-caii do wontlerg with a jiurkago nf DmmoiHi Dyos. An old. wo in coat, a kill; wfitat, sweater, klmonii, or fat! ml H took lugs, gloves, flniperlefl, chair cov- wool. linen, cotton or mixed goods, can bo to look tiko iifiwi 'En'ay dlrcctiona in cueb package guarantee rertccl rusiilts. Druggist hue Culor Cftnl actual inatariKls