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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HIIUV, I-T.IIIU AHY II, THE -f' mrr.y MILADI Daily Fashion WHAT IS BEHIND? i What in behind this quiet street. This moou, this held of golden These figures passing to This wind that sighs in whispers low Tills swallow flying tar u-nd And, luck o[ every muffled lieat Of hearts that endleunly repeat Longings for things no mortals What Is behind? Bird songa with, melody replete And odors blown from gardens sweet, .-ind love that mtui. aitd beast bestow In selfless sacrifices show Tliut each day all nnguessed we greet What is behind! Charlotte, Becker. PERSONALS rs. IJeaUie and (laughter Margaret, of the evening iiwnt in pUyinr, liroereii've games. the chief of which was crokinole. winner of these games, Muriel Podfer and IJougUa llohlson. were with p.rlies donated by their teacher. Following the .gamei, H very en- joyaUe vocal and Instrumental pro- gram rendered by the In which over half thn class took part. party concluded by dancing and the serving; of light I'afreihmentB. Decidedly one of the most novel and delightful dancee of' the season was that held In th'e nlty even- ing. by Alberta Lodga No. 735, Brotherhood of Locomotive Flremun and Ensinemen at their fifth annual The Masonic Hall has been priitiily decorated on many occasions this year, but nevsr In such unique inan- 'uer as last The scheme was carried out ,iu the colors of the Brotherhood, greVn.' while, arid red. The ceiling was a mass or these; colors' prettily combined in the form] of suspended Japanese lanterns and green cubes, whose sides were per- forated with stars. The walls were gay with bunting of the same colors, have "returned at Orion I with flags, while a. huge and rea- after a short stay in the city. Mr. of Iho Taher sehuol. Is leaving shortly Jor Winnipeg owirfg to ill health. C. Cpleman, vice-president ot the f' passed through Letlibridse iast nlfc'hi on his way west. .Mr. and Mrs. K'dward Haggell and liLtle son of Coiildiile are spending a few days in the city with the- former's parents. IUr. l-'nrd" was :i visitor in ttie city yesterday from Mr. "Galloway of Calgary n-qre visitors inythe citv vesterday to attend the B. of L. K. and E. ball. and .Mrs. George Uradbeer ne- turuod today from Cavalier, North Dakota-where they attended the fun- eftil of the latter'a brotht-r. Hiss Eggleston and Mrs. W. Eggle- itou of Orion were .visitors in the ciy recently. -Mr. and Bertram of Calgary tru making a short viilt to the city. P. it: Jordan and sou 1'Van- cis are spending a few days In the before returrttng "to" their' Ifom'e at .Mauyberrles. O u. pasted city yeatenlay mi to Nelson wh'sre. lie will apoiuJ tthe next -few mqathp. listic engine front stared forth from one corner, its headlight forming a leading feature in the "Headlight Waltz.' At the front ot the hall hung 'A large and prettily draped Union Jack surmounted by the letters ot the order. Green flags over the doorway mutely issued a "Come again" invita- tion, just ts flags on the train indicate a section to follow. The gen- eral "locomotive" effect was further increased by the orchestra nnd com- mittoo being cioihed in engineer's uniforms and caps. The evening was a' decided success in every way. The visitors were not only numerous, some 350 boing in at- tendance, but they were also keenly enthusiastic from the minuttKtbD first walla was played, till the, early hours _of the jnoruing. The program was varied and' interesting with [nova- tions such as waltz, cres- ;cenf. mooir switch one step, confetti waits, spotljght waltz, and such appropriate" music, as. "Keep the Curs "Without a Busted Superheater." Mr: is; A. Welch, acted as master of ceremonies during the evening in a capable manner, having also been active iu the preparation! for' the big affair, as well M lleiigning the decorations. The 'reception' I Assist- ed of Mrs: G. Swanmni'Mrii'. U'.-rMnr- ray. Mrs. N. F.- Nook, 8, ..W, Giles, JFredk H. Johnson., Vf, PMe, J- J- oogan, SfcHWoy. Cbilrnjin, B A; SOCIAL EVENTS On Wednesday evening Mr. Brun- grade VIII class treated them- selves to :i party in the Fleetwood The greater part school auditorium. DODD'S KIDNEY iu thp Moose Hull at c. Any "boy or sir! ot the ages f) to 1.1-wiahirig to competa in the junioi mcdu.1 contest being held iu the lat dr part of March ia .piked to phone Mrs.' Whldcllngton, us 'early as A grand Dance is being lielil in the Masonic hall tonight by the Women or the gion and Loyal Order "of Moose. irill be both Canadian and Scotch dancing, with .the Blue. Bird orches- tra in attendance. The special preacher at ul! aerv ices tomorrow in St. Anguatin's church will be tho Rev. R. H. Robin- son "of the' Pro-Cathedral; Calgary, who is conducting tile special Lentec mission service ID that church. SURGEONS, BEWARE WATCH OUT FOR THE MORE TOMORROW CITV ACTIVITIES U i V 4 4 i The following meetings were held In the dlty yesterday i W. C. T, U'. The -joint meeting of the Central 'and Wtllarii W.C.T.U., held yester- I day afternoon at the -home of Mrs. I Wliiddington, was a very pleasant at'- j fair. After the business ot the day van finished Mrs. MclVIIllams, who lias racentiycomt the city .from Modjclnn Hat. give swerul hamorouH recltatioim. M-ri. II. 'A. Crawford rourt a paper on Frances Willard's work and Influence. Mrs. Mcllvena also read in internatiiig paper. Mrs. Whiddington sang "My Post." Mrs. Ite Utiare. Mrs. aud. Mm. Mi- Vein aulttM tin serving lefresbmenta. It was to hohl j a junior medal contest in liitter Alexander Gait Chapter At the regular monthly meeting, of I the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. j D. E., held, 'yesterday afternoon onl3 twenty-two members were present. The annual meeting of the chapter ami the election ot officers will take place on Thursday evening, Feb. 1.7th, at St. Augustln's hall, and a full at. tendance of members Is requested. This Is tho oldest and largest chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire in the city, yet only forty- three members, not including the life members, up-to-date, are entitled .to. vote at the coming accftrd-. ing to the constitution, p. 41, sec. 3. "All payable in ad- vance and sljall apply until February of the., following .year.' Should the enrolment take place within two months prior" to February' 1st, it shajl count, ton the -following years also, Those falling to. :pay by February 1st, of the following year shall be drop- ped from the roll. No member In de- iault of payment of foes in advance. shall He included in those entitled to vote upon any question or for any of- j iicers, for any chapter or committee." All those who wish to do so may p.end their fee at any time to the treasurer, Mrs. W, H. De Long. 12th Street south, before Thursday night. Tlie treasurer will also bo at the hail-shortly before the meetin opens to receive fees. might be of interest to the mem- bers to note that during the year 1930 ollr taies to the Mr.nicipsl, Provin- cial and National Chapters I. 0. D. B., amounted to JOHN HOOKER DIES IN'CHARTAWAV, EiNG. News has reached the city of the death at hia home In England, Ghiirt- away, near Maidstone, KonL. on Jan- uary 14th last, of John Hooker, who at one time was a familiar figure in hhriclgft. He was an old man of seventy odd yenra, and his end was fiiidden. The night before it came he had driven seven miles and attended a whist, drive. The neit day, whili1 ne was out with u shooting party of seven, he suddenly fell forward and Eat It Any time or Night and its ease of di- gestion and sound food value will tfve you Contented Nourishment The food is "There's a Reason" Seasonable Wants in Wear- ables at Right Prices Ladies'Suits in a Final Clearance THE BALANCE OF OUR SUITS ARE RE- DUCED TO EXCEPTION- ALLY. LOW PKICES. A SPL E N Gl D ASSORT- MENT OF STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM, I N SIZES 31 TO 44. LADIES' SUEDE TAMS, in colors of brown, green, blue, and tan. Regular Ladies' Tweed Coats All to Go Dilighlfo! itrles In tweed and. heather mix- with all the popular of fashion, iu 15 to 40. Regular NEW BLOUSES For Early Spring Days A new arrival of pretty blouses in the newest shades of georgette and crepe de chine. Some of these are in slipover styles with short back closing, fronts prettily em- broidered with silk and beads. for LADIES' WOOL TAMS, ,m colon of cardinal, rose, white blue. Regular for Gingham Special for Saturday Only ALL NEW GINGHAMS In checks, stripes, plaids, and-'fancy; 27 inches wide. On sale for Saturday only, 3 yards for... f Sl.OO PILLOW CASE SPECIAL .Extra heavy quality of "Wabasso" make, in widths'40, 42, and 44 inches. Satur- day only, ea. LADIES'OXFORDS One of the most comfortable and durable street oxfords iu stock, and will merit your inspection. These come in black kid, with medium walk- ing heel. While they last, d> Qff per pair LADIES' PUMPS Patent and kid leather, hi-front and strap effects, in the latest models for afternoon or evening wear. v Prices to suit every purse...... S5.95al" NEWSY NOUS FROM THE MEN'S WEAR DEPARTMENT SUITS FOR MEN Men's -serge, tweed, and wor- sted suits, in the latest cuts and styles, are all marked down to spring prices: Regular for Regular flJOO A A One only, three-quarter length LEATHER ULSTERS FOR MEN Your chance to procure one of these hand- gome tweed which have all been marked dc-wii to low level prices. m T0 FELT HATS Our entire stock ot Men's Felt Hats are- now aelHns at the new spring prices. "Stetsons" to "The King" to Hudsous Ban (Tmnpamj. INCORPORATED 1070 expired Immediately. Death was due to heart failure. 1 The late Mr. Hooker came to Letli- bridge about nine ago from his homo iu Kent- Hfl was prominent in the Lethnridge Kentish Association, of which. he was. one of .the oldest members. He leaves a. daughter and seven sous, six or whom in'Can- 'ada and are wel! known in the city. He returned to spend hia declining years at his old. home about a year ago. CLAIM' HE STOLE SILVER AND GAVE TO POLICEMEN KEGTN'A, Feb. Henry Carr after forcing a window in the rear of the Home Furnishing company here last mxht and securing a large quantity or silvonvnre, presented it to a policeman shortly after. He told how he secured ii. and It over for safekeeping, he said. Today In police fourt he denied thai he stole the goods. HIS CONSCIENCE CAUSED HIM, TO PART-WITH TWO BITS PQKT ARTHUR. Feb. I he had ridden five times on tho Port Arthur electric street railway during 1811 "and vltlmit paying, a resi- dent of Oshawa. Ontario, has sent 25 cents In stamps to cover the fares to tho Port Arthur jitllitlKs commission. The writer aelty -forgiveness and says he hopes to live a better life in the future. RAILWAY PRESIDENTS TO DISCUSS CUTTINO EXPENSES CHICAGO, Feb. American j Association of Hallway Executives I today called a meeting for. February 118, in of all presidents of railroads belonging to the organiza- tion to consider further steps in the; railroads' fight for abrogation ot tlm national agreements, by which expect to cut operating expenses as one move in restoring .a .pre-twar. con- ditions on the roads. EDISON, WIZARD V IS 74 YEAHS TODAY WBfriT OH'ANOE. X. J., Hen. A. Etlisoil. 74 years tndiiy. was HBNisti7lg ill ff ot" anolvei'sjiry by Ihn Kdison an or- cuiuposwl.'of the !n- uuoctiitM of .'id ago. indsor Now is the Time to Get a Good Hat for a Small Price Any Hat in the Store at .50 to Nothing over Five Dollars. MISS LA. SCOTT THE MILLINER. PHONE 457. O? 5TH STREET. ;