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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FEBRUARY IJ. THE LETTTBUIDCK FHTr.Y'HERAUV MGE ELEVEN, MILADI Daily Fashion Br i SOCIAL EV6NTS Uear hides, iu j-uur sowi.s of si-eon, Presenting a program of Canadian You watchful stand beside my gate-i and Scotch dances lust night the And naze at mo with kindly mien, j Moosuheftrt Legion H large 4s for my steps you gracious wait: i and appreciative crowd iu the Masonic j Steadfast you are though wild winds llall last'night. Tho Hlue Bird or-1 blow, ehestra supplied the music and there j "Yum- friendship llrni through Htonn a delightful program. The and snow. I dances satistled a largo majority of j the older people while the- Canadian Fond memories 1 know you own; dajiccs satisfied the younger element. I often dream your talk must be The floor was 'well filled for every Or absent birds, the stars you've j dance. The hail was prettily decorat-! known I ed. tho Trainmen's decorations re- j Tilts liauiuiug love-winds from the malniug up from the iirevious evening Of smiling children who have played Iu innocence beneuth your shade. Long niuy you my AM garbed'In -green.' and I implore Tour welcomes though my years lit- late. And i shall wander oceans o'er; If in the anus of (loath I sleep. 0 'calm-eyed fetters, virgil. .keep. Ward. PERSONALS Brigadier tleneral and Mrs, llriesbach 'of Edinontott Have gone to and the Legion having uikled some decorations of their own. Large red 1 hearts and arrows added a touch to j the decorations that made them dis- tinctive. Chairman Jugram, of the, social committee this organise Lion, with Mrs. Bowker, Kegent or the1 women's section, were greatly assist-1 ed Iu the arrangements for the dance; by Mrs. Puller, Mrs. AVilfield. Mrs, I Viriey, Mrs. Crany, Mrs. Medham, Mrs, Clayton Miss Carter and MesarB. Crauy, sr., Fuller. Harrison, Macintosh, Viney. Further credit was given to the Crany family their combined assistance. V February li has already been ush- ered'in by the Valentine Dance which was givon last Monday by the Sikoko- toki Chapter I.O.D.E., by the Grand In huvint bnnh It it fond jin.; Lo test brULUs by prettgiitK them sKaiiirt the hind. Thuy should yldld mill bend nssUy nailsr pressure, but be firm way to wtik brush is to fill a "mail shallow dish with water, add about H tablespoon- ful of cloudy ammoniM, ami stand the brush, bristles downwards, In! tho dish. The water should coin-! pletely immerse ill" bristle. Imt should not over tho back ot" tho brush. Let the brush stand In Hie water for a few minutes, then move it quickly up and down in UK- water for a few Lift ii Oiit and rinse vrsll, wit! running, water if Mil flour and sugar. Add yolks of CHS sJUthtly beaten with the water. Add raisins whirl, seeded anil washed lo first mliture. l.lnu a pie with plain pssiry. imt in fill- lug dud bake in a moderate oven. Cool and rarer with the wkltns of the beattu tilt stiff dry with 'i ttblespoonfuls of powdered sugar, links iu a alow oven till sllrhi-! ly brown. 1 kXiUUSSS SPICK CAKK 1 :M cups flour I-1! Clip butter and laid mixed 1 -t-2 cups sui'.ar 1 cup Hour luiik I teaspoon Hodu I ii'sspoou each dunamun and all- For real "honest to good- ness" value you will use Red Rose Tea. The same good tea to-day as for over 26 years. istic; patterns better thus any other Another iroud ndor 'scheme is brown or tan, orange or R'old, and grnou or bine. If blue is used 111 thin second trio there may a touch ofr red, suy In a niece or pottery or a (mod binding, iuit if green is 1-J teaspoon nutmeg 1-4 ccaapoou salt Sift flour and sugar and nib short- used 1 would advise suggestion of red. ugulnst any leant Some decorators combine red and sreeu very frankly, but while they may combine in a pic- .........jelling thoroughly into mixture. Add ture or tho garden, they do miarrel out spurn ami salt. ..Mix well. Add sourUnd no mistake the moment they milk with soda dissolved in it and enclosed together within four wo possible, dry iandle and with a cloth. un4. stand the brusii, i handle in a sunnv place to dry. Wash a hairbrush ot'ton if the i hair Is greasy, is doing I dust) n >rk h r hair dirty, but. a clotka brush seldom. are i 4- stir until thoroughly mixed. Bake in j a loaf. rt WAVE VOUR HAIR i V -i f Cafe of Children's Hair Ho not use curli.iK tongs ou child- ren's hair. U' the hair is thin, the popular Dutch cut is said lo thicken hair somewhat and is also pretty. The yellow of an egg is excellent for a shampoo, beaten and rubbed-.into the j scalp, using n small hand brush; after UOSTON. Mius., Feb. at which rinse in two waters. The egg least the -tips'of your earis. and wiivelwi'l lather like soap, and you will find Kss ,ijg, ti011 spring styles given infornia-