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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, I''KMU AUV lui- l-AUfc. MILADI Daily Fashion Hr MY STAR All that t know Of a certain atur Is. ft can throw (Niko f.ho angled span Now a of red. Now a dart of blue, Till my friends have said They would fain sec, too My star that darts tho and the blue! Then It stops like a. bird; like a Bower hangs unfurled; Thoy must solace themselves with the Saturn :ibovo It. What matter to mo if .their star is a world? Mine has opened its soul to me; therefore 1 lore it.1 Browning. A v PERSONALS Mm Mathesis Club will bci held in Bt. AutfutfLii.'tt bait on Febru- ary 9th, at 3 p.m. A full attendance !s requested. The local council have made a request for it donation of hooks for tins Isolation hospital, and j will any Indies having one to spare j kindly bring It to this meeting? j The W. M. P. of Knox church will j meet in school room on Tuesday' evening at o'clock. Tim Christian Science society. Hull bloefc. regular testimony meeting at. S o'clock Wednesday evening. The Canadian Order of Koresters will hold thulr next whist drive and dance Thursday evening, February '21 in the K. of P. hall. Those having Royal Crowu Soap or Magic, Baking Powder coupons are asked to send them in before tho end ot tho week to the school. An emergent mooting will bo held T tomorrow night at 8 o'clock of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, O. E. S. Con- v I ferring degree. Visitors welcome. Mr. .1. Coraiie of the Ilyhuids Com- pany left last week for the east on a buying trip. Mrs. U. J. Crooks, who has been the guest of Mrs. N'. S. McElroy, has re- uiriied to her home at Frank. Mrs. MeClure and Mrs. 8. Stew- art are leaving today for Calgary, where they will visit for a week. Mr. T. A. Williams of Carmangay was a visitor in the city last week. Mr. John Haddtn of Calvary is a with Mr. C. Lit B. Mr. jind Mrs. V. Beaumont'have returned to l.heir home in Carmangay after u short stay in the city. Rov. R. Cless of Carmansay was u visitor in the city for u short time last week. Mr, It. P. Pearce and Mr. Stevens, (if Edmonton, "SYho visitors in the city Cor thy tolephono dance, re- turned on Saturday to Edmonton. .Mrs. Lethbridge of Calgary Is the The Daughters and Maids of JEng land havo arranged to hold anothe ol their popular whist drives in Burj, maim's hall on Wednesday evenin; neit. Good prises will be given at- refreshments seryed. 4 THROUGH WESTERN EYES guest of Mrs. A. B. short time. Stafford for a Mr. D. A. Campbell, provincial di- rector -of technical education, is a visitor in the city. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunter hare re- turned from Winnipeg, bare been visiting, where they Surely quite typical of the west i: tho course being held liore shortly for the wives ol' soldier succession of events that Is going tc turn British and foreign brides Intc real Canadians, or to at least giv them an Insight into Canadian life that they have not. had before. A great inany o.f tho women wll will attend are war brides, transplant ed to the prairie from homes in Eng land. Scotland or Ireland, as we! France and Belgium, whero-the vast ness of prairie farms had.-teen bu faintly pictured in their mliuls. Some had never lived on farms and in many cases the life proved Tiard unfamiliar and lonely, partlc'ularlj when the best methods of adapting, themselves to the new life were un known. So a'real experiment In colonization is being tried and a big community work being undertaken by Canadians The program hafi "been arranged by rise University of Alberta under the auspices of the Home Branch of the Sojdier Settlement Board ol Canada It is intensely practical. Surely after a week's practical demonstrations Mr. J. W. Woolr of Salt Lake Citr, many hours of social Intercourse, wltt "a new and really "Canadian" view point, and with a much more practi- ral knowledge of real farming, these women will return to their homes on the Alberta prairies feeling that are really a part of Canada. A very interesting portion of iho v-'fcek will be the baby clinic, when babies large and babies small Trill be line for inspection; with Dr. Camp- bell in charge. These Till'bo held t'fm first three days of the course, in addition to the other addresses. Thurs- day and Friday nights -will be public inerujiigfl. with such speakers ;is Mr. f.'eorge McMorrts. Mr. Thomas Sm.lh. Mr: A. K. Ottewell and others. All meetings are open to those interacted are not limited only to Arrangements rre being bi.-.-.ight to a conclusion hy the LOCH; rnimeil of Women, with the co-op 'ra- o j Lion of ail other societies In Uio city. Utah, is a visitor Jn the city. f- a Mrs. Harold