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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FKIllU'AnY II. J Mb PAGE NINE 1224 MILADI Daily Fashion By O have com' to Calvary, whoiv tht-y Will also aitond I ho convention bulng VALENTINE held there this week. A many multls there, be Ucnciith liie sun, Yt't, dourest heart, for me There la but You witli Hie joyoit? air Like morning skies, You with the twilight luu'i And vesper oyeri, Cuuio days 01 rosi; or "iu't Till lifn lie flown My love will bo for you, And you ulono. CHntoii ScoUurd. f 4 Mi'rf. (Jarnrr of Ninuou with JlrriJ Bradley, .'in! Av a visitor PERSONALS Mrs. ,1. A. Yimuj: lias returned Un [lie cily al'ter tijiondinp, Hovera! months, at Ihe western coast, Mrs. W.MI. Kiuloyi' who has bei'ii I ill in tllu Van IhuirUnn hospital, liav-1 ing undergone an operation for up- j piHiUicitts, I'H HOW much better utid j was to return to her homu' on Saturday. during' Uu.; jitj i Uayniund attending-tlu> daner. iuelud-j ml" Mt'ssrs Hubert and Kalpli -Harvey. (irGuif und Charles Ursenbach. Jl Visitors to" tlie 'city today, include; J Mr. M. A. Irwin. Steel Corporation of! ,'j Canada, Winnipeg, and Mr. A. K. liar- j voy, inspector of the Bank uf Cum- i' mt3 Mrs. Trenhohne receive tomorrow. Mrs. II. S. Whiff left ai layt week Cor a visit in i' thy cud lcary. Mr. and Mrs- -l.'H. V. Green ami Mr. and Mrs. hen Jensen wen: con- ference visitors 'at 'Masratli S'.i'nrtuy. a T. Wiegarid is leaving ou: Sun- day morning for Calgary b ridge. Edmonton- Joirrntil. j l! Mrs." Trt'nholme Oickson this] afternooii for Calvary where she will; j visit for a few days and atluiul the( 1 1 banquet behij? hold i I Hlii1 wns accompanied Far as Meod.by her daughter Klsic, who will! :t-{ visit in Macfeod during Airs. Dicksou'i-j SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. A. T. a visitor ytintenlay..wit K. V. Maynard. Tuber WU li Jilr.-.iml MVH i a Their and iirliesM of Devonshire, outerlained at dance las't week in Ottawa. Iionor of the birthday 'of their Miss Tin til Wik'ox was LI i .Raymond at the find of tho ut- Lady Rachel Cavendish, i tending the dunce held ilu-re on ft dav. .Mrs. David Walker -entertained Mr. li. C. KastcrDrook was a week-ond vlnitor in number ol Hllle people ;tt her home of Cowley'Lori. Saturday- in honor-of-the seventh the' city, .birthday ot her son. Georgp. About BLUE TAFFETA MAKES A MODISH SUIT The taffeta suit is ono that affords many interesting possibilities in its decoration. This pleasing model is m- ginated in blue tafteta. a color that al- ways has its dovoi.ees. Oark hhie vel- vet is used to bind the skirl and coat. It is also selected for die small pleat- ings that ornament the front ol' the I coat. The picturesque pockets on the skirt are elaborated with steel bin- Mrs. Charles McLean C'hampioi.! Is ill in the Van Haarlem hospital. iii'lpen little guests spent, the after- noon in a joyous round of games ami run Hollowed by u delicious supper. Mrs. D. A. SmJlh and Miss M Smith are in Calgary for this week. Miss Viva Elton In Cardston, the gwosl. ot Miss Kid- ridge, at the Eldridge ranch. tons. A blouse of organdie with j pin tucks and flaring collar is worn l with this suit. The hat of black satin i3 enlivened with huge peonies in cerise! and Hame color that are effectively arranged on the back of tho chapeau. Invitations have been iysueil by the. oflluers and members oi' Dominion j tients 41; metropolitan patients 2; j Rebekah Lodge Ko. 41 for a dance to i protesslouai calls ufayi {nighti pent the be held in the Masonic hail on relief calls business calls 31: nesday. February The committee office calls. lli-J; patients paying full in charge Is composed of Mesdames patients paying no fee 2ii. V. Neave. R. Little. G. Peacock and CroceriRa have bsen supplied for Mrs. Martin of Toronto has arrived Messrs J. P. Fowler, S. Watson and. i 27- families, meat to 18, milk to in the city to take charge of thy trim-; A. E. Uupeu. ming department the McLeny Millinery Parlors. Mr. Cecil Stone, of t.ho Rpya! Hank staff, returned Saturday evening from 1 Keyelstoke, >vhenj lie touk part in ,tho skU tournament. 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Nlr. Thomas Longworlh ed from a trip to Calgary- j The SIkokotoki Chapter T. O. D; E. return-] will meet, tomorrow'night at 8 o'clock I in the Y.M.C.A. Election of officers for the ensuing- year will take place. ".Mr. A. M. Steed returned Saturday Every member IK urged to bo present, veiling from Calgary. I f-, i; I The: Cheerio Club are lioMtug an- The Rebecca Degree, team, oonKist- other of their dances on Thursday, j water rales paid for 11; 19 of j coal delivered; rent paid for 2 old j i men; clothing giveu to 14 Milk Station Milk supplied for 35 babies, food prepared fpr H babies; supplied fnki .for 11 babies.. B. McCALL. Acting Supt. ..Vursing Mission. Ing of about twenty-lira members. Jam That Tastes Like Home We make Quaker Brand Jam just as our mothers and grandmothers made it. We -are just as particu- lar about tho >fruit being perfect, and freshly pick- ed. AVe cook in family siae kettles, and we follow every homely little detail that niiida .huniG jam such a treat. QUAKER BRAND DOMINION CANNERS B.G.LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. February 17th, in Harper's Hall. The History-and Current Events snction of the Mathesis club will meet at the home ot Mrs. S. K. Dun- ham, 314 12th Street South, on Tues- day afternoon. ANNUAL MEETING OF MILITARY CHAPTER ANNUAL MEETING OF MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER I. O. D. E. 'f'he fourth annual meeting of the Xrajor_Jack Ross Chapter 1. O. D. The annual meeting of the MilHi Chapter T. O. D. E. held last wee was of a mow enthusiastic and en- couraKing nature. Annual reports from the various departments were read and showed very successful and j satisfactory work done. One of the aims of the Chapter (luring tho com- ing year will be the development of a Hiihumt! to help the children oC the returned men of kethbridge who were worthy, but not able to afford jt High school education. The fol- lowing: officers were elected for the ensuing year: By acclamation: Regent, lira. Long- worth; honorary Regent, Jlr.s. Charles McKillop; first vice-regent, Mrs. "Lind- say; second vice-regent, Mrs.. Craig; secretary. Mrs. Tonks. By election: Treas., Mrs. J. Hendrio. By Jtcdama- tion: educational sec'y, Mrs. Ripper; Echoes secretary, .1. Davies. standard Miss Buwdcn; councillors, by election: Mrs. Shipman, Mrs. McKillop, Mrs. Gillespie, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Webb und Mrs. Hopwood. _ was lield in the Armouries on the i llth. The election of officers for the coming year took place as follows: j Regent, Mrs. Fred Hick; 1st vice- regent, Mrs. Pennefather; 2nd vice- regent, Mrs. C. F. I'. Cnnylienre; sec- retary. Mrs. D. C. educa- tional secretary, Mrs. D. Pipes; Echo secretary, Mrs. R. W. Craig; treas- urer. Mrs. O. C. Cope; standard liear- er, Mrs. Hedley; councillors. Mrs. jtary! Westley. Mrs. Trellving, Mrs. Heath, .Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Castle, Mrs. I The officers and members are very much pleased with the success of the chapter in the past yeiir. Thirteen j new members signed the roil. 'i NO CONFIRMATION THAT CITY WILL GET LIQUOR FINES In reference to tin that the cities are announcement future tu ceive the full share of the liquor fines I in which the local forces are instni- j mental in the prosecution and con- victions, the Mayor slates tlir.L he hasj had no olRcial coniirmaftiil. This, j however, he says, make no difl'ei-i enee so far as the city police am con-i corned. .Tlie city .'vill go on doing; the best it can to the Liquor1 Act and others as ill (he nnst. NEW. SPRING PRICES Prevail On All Merchandise Men's Furnishings Dept. Presents High-Grade Apparel At New Prices MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CAPS AT HALF PRICE A splendid assortment of Caps in all styles and patterns for winter and spring wear revealed in this lot of caps for men and boys. Clearing at HALF PRICE. MEN'S MACKINAW'S AT REVISED PRICES We hiivi! all SJZHH and grades of the renowned "Curss" Macki- naw in ;i litrgp, ussortmoiit to choose from. Regular to New prices to LOUNGE SHIRTS FOR WELL DRESSED MEN Wn arc showing Men's Lounge Shirts, in sizos from 11 to 18, with or without collars, revealing broad ami stripes, in u variety of colors. Prices from to Medium and Light Weight UNDERWEAR Reasonably Priced Here is a splendid value in Stanfiyid'y winter anil sprius. u-ftighl underwear in IJleto range. Kegular now TWO ONLY, ALASKA BEAVER COATS AT HALF PRICE There arc just two of these splendid coats lett, in full length styles, quilted lin- ing finil wind shields in the sleeves. Worth AA SfiO.OO. for AA BUY IT AT News of Interest from Grocery Dept, 65c 65c 65c 30c 55c 12c 63c 60c POTATOES Tlie only Aslacrott potatoes in the city; recognized as the best on the market; large, dry, ami mealy. Special for Tuesday anil Wednesday, per sack 10 for per 2i'-lb. sack per ftS-lb. sack 25c Chase .t Sanborn'a Cof- fee, Mb. tina .liiiniesoii's 1 this Braid's Beat 1 Ih. tins.......... Cowan's ib. tin Cowan's 1 Hi. Una Lijjton's >4 Ib. tin Braid's Heat per Ib.............. Nabob Tea: (ifsen Lahel; per Ib...... LETTUCE, CELERY, CAULIFLOWER, GRAPE FRUIT- FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY. Try our Honey in Comb...................6Sc PHONES 313 and 1513. A Host of Good Values in the Ready-fo-Wear Dept. NEW CORSETS for SPRING USHERED IN itufk-tacing "Croiuptoii" Corsets, made from strong pink and white 'eoutil and silk finished brocade, elastic top und medium bust. tfij PA to to Also a splendid reducing model special- ly dcBigncd to give Iirm support to full figures: front strongly reinforced; six hose supporters. to AA Price 4W.UU LADIES' NIGHTWEAR Ladies' Nightgowns, made of whits cambric, in slipover styles, aod V-necks: yokes of pretty embroidery und lace: to Underskirts for Spring Wear Ladies' White Cotton Underskirts, mude with deep flounce of lace and embroidery, finished with dust frill find draw- tape An AA to 1 PA at top. Prices Kxtra sire L'ndersltlrU, made of white cotton with deep embroidery flounce and dust nf mtila. Lengths ao to'10 inches. LADIES' COMBINATIONS Athletic Combinations of pink mull and fancy stripe voile, finished at ton with narrow lace, ribbon shoulder strops. Knitted band inserted at back gtvos freedom ot action without itrniii oil the garment. Regular price for fiojfular price for _______. HATS for the CHILDREN The bulnuce of our Kiddies' Hats to clear nt greatly reduced prices; in velvets, silk, and plush. Reg-. for. Reg. for. SERVICEABLE DRESSES for GIRLS Girls' Dresses, made of velvet and wool jersey; colors of rose, brown, and navy. Sizes 8 to 14 years. Regular for............. Regular CAMBRIC BLOOMERS Ladfes' Bloomers, made of strong- pink cambric, finished with elastic at waist and knee; lengths 25 and 27 inches. u) J. INCORPORATED NURSING MISSION REPORT MONTH ENDING JAN. 31 EXPLAIN INSURANCE ACT TO VETERANS .5 Number of olilDatients 'J: now pa- .Major "Uevry" Topp. Kttllrned Sohliers Insurance Act. 'Ottawa, will be in Lellihridge on p'eb- niary 24 to explain Ihe act to all vet- erans. A mass meeting for this [im- pose is being held in the W. V. A. t S o'clock on EXCEPTIONAL VALUE in SECOND- HAND CABINET PHONOGRAPH, t Alio a second-hand PHONOGRAPH i n perfect order. HEINTZMAN CO., Limited Thf is ycnr guarantee. 403 5th St. South, Lethbridge. PHONE 582. Nerves Shaky? Ifyoure drinking coffee, opt it and try POSTUM CEREAL Trial tells There s A Reason Warner Member Will Second the Half Million Reply to Speech from Throne! For New Schools In 1921 Budget Financial Questions Will Loom Needs Large Amount o----- lo The liDMOXTOX, Keb. iliwrteru, to coinniGnco ut S o'clock on! KO.MOXTOX, Keb. the above dute. questions loom Every returned ninn, whether this Alberta munibcr oj' tliu G. V, A. or not. who' laUire vliicli opens ut o'clock Tuos- can pdwsibly attend tbU mefttfng IK; day aftariiDon in Kdmontou. This invited to do so. The invitation ex- subject will lie briefly touched upon j in the speech from the throne while i re fertility's .will be made-to the sub- j ject ol' (jdiicatliuinl grants and high- I ways. It is understood tlmre will be tends all over Soul hern Alberta. KILLED BY BUTTER. HOOK Smith. iiiini-sU-T of education, is aalv ing for eortiiin incroasc? iiuit do-1 which i-equirtju of public funds to oarry on lu.st year, j Mr. Smith says lie cannot give tlie j fixnct amount which will bo asked i j this year as deportment a! require- UL lmve not it is iinrlerHtood that, the of the amount will bn well over 000, in addition to tho retrnlur Htutu- tory increases. More funds will be j MO.VntK.U.. K.Jr. 1i.-PIayi his horns older mister yester- day, Alfrnd t'uurloiniincliw, -i-yoar- old, i fell tit the llnnr grfispins iu hitr hand U long jjiercod Ills noHtrll and penntralml the brain ing dcnlh in ;i ;'nw reijuireU to carry on a program of SUSPEND RAILWAY'S ORDER CIIH'AiiO. I'Vh. .reduc- of wages of tiiaintellancn of way men and diaiwx i" working condl- tioiiH of train dlspalehers as announc- ed by tlK! Brio Itail.-oarl wpro ed today liy r- .'xdenil nillruail lalw lioard peudiuij w, rnt'oruiH'o in the speech to the vexing liquor ijiK'ntion wliicb is tho bugaboo of lenislalora. The prosonl: pritfiram is in have the IngteliLtiirc lit'Kin ut U o'clock U'nfluesdiiy aff'jniuon when George Mills, ilir; new fur AthabOHra, L'lnctnd to fill Ibo iiht'T. made vacant by Ihe. at the liite Hon. A. McKay will Miovn tho Bpecclt from tho tbrmic iind frank Lplliugwell, j jrovernuifnt member from will second. Tim MrM week will hn consumed, aa imu.il, with Bpecchos in reply to the speech From tlio throne whilo niachiiiciy of housn IH partial consnlidallon in rural districts for senior school work, increased to (lie weaker rural tricts, and legislation generally Roads Will Also Expend Large Paid 5B82 Last Year A large majority of tue sums men- tioned above have been expended on main highways throughout tub prov- ince from tho northern section to the international boundary. Large sums, particularly were expended oil high- ways between Fort McMnrray and Fort Sniifh hi Northern Alberta in anticipation of the heavy traffic to the north this summer. Mr. McLean said the department of public works was not contemplating tho introduction of any radical amend- ments to the present Highways Act ut this session of tbe house. 'Special to Tho llpi-aldi KDMONTON. Keb. The bing items to go In the public works binl at the present session of tlie loglsla- j ture will bo OFFERS TO VISIT ri GRAVES OF SOLDIER HEROES IN FRANCE for the. Institute of Technology and Normal School building at C'algary u ml about for the now in 1'litulo for he reeMe-mindi-il. six efficiency of rural schools out from Edmonton oil Ih? Fort and provide opportunity for rural I Saskatchewun road. Last year how- students to obtain high sdniol I ('vur 'hero a total of 51.11 13.DOO training. expended on throughout tbe pro- vlncc of which something oval1 I 000 wont for bridge work. It is ant WIDOW OF INVENTOR DIES IN POOR HOUSE 'H.UVrrOIUX Conn.. I-Vh. 11.- MrH. Harriet. Chapman, widmv of John inventor of knitting inacli- hoiino :tl. cipatiMl tliiit, between nnd morp. 1'or mads will bo added lo the biidsot thifi ynur. ITnder tin-J presftiit aystem. tho total amount: off tttit.oraobllo llct'iises collected in tlie i province is turned over to the pulillc works department for road work.! C'hai incry, died In tho alms Wfifithnrsfiflld yestfirday. Hho was i Thin sum amounted to (HK) 'lor'i in Kupland and WHS LOO and It oxpoctud that it will be I organized. Hon. George ly. old last Ajirll. matorlally inrrnai-'d In Kultun Bonuell. who is well known iu Lethbrtdgo and district, lias expressed his willingness tn visit graves of soldiers from this district, situated in Franco. In a letter to L. Turcotte, secretary of the- Lethbridge branch of the G. V. A., he expressed this feeling. Air. Honnell is now engaged in business In Franco whicli gives him plenty of opportunity to travel and if those desiring information concerning graves of .lost friends i.nd relatives will give him the of- location of the graves will furnish them with all the In- formation ho can Ktit, going an far as taking photographs. Ills address la M Rim di> Belli, uno, St. I'ol stir TVrnoisc, ;