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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. I'KWU.'AKY THE LKTHBK1DGK DAILY AGE ELEVEN 1114 Daily Fashion Br WINTER ,0 Winter: If thy anger Affrights the poor ot. 'liost humored and most cheery Of playfellows thou art. Summer caiiuot rival Thou a store of liealthy joy TII Mind our hearts to tlioe. PERSONALS jlv. K. of Barnwell vriis in tbo city over the Tvoek-eiid. m .Mrs. John Homo returned to her liurac; ii: L'alitury ycstenUy after spendiiiir the liast wuek with Mrs. .M. Van lilatviHii lias i-et-urusd i-iiy after BpcmcliiiK a week's in Culgai-y. Klsh-' Bird. at Chill. was a visitor in the city for the week- thn I'alliwr this ai'Uruoou at (our o'clock.' The meeting was bold untlpi I ho ausplcoB of the. Wonion'tf ilian club. J "fr C.HURCHES AND SOCIETIES v i i Ttio ChristUm Science .Society, Hull j Dlot'k. regular tuetlmony 'meeting at, i o'clock tomorrow uigllt. The ladies of Si. Patrick's uniirch j arc holding a "bundle shower" ou Tuesday afternoon 'and evening at 1 Die home of Mrs. J. I'. Alexander, j 1010 mid south. i At the recent meeting of tlio Major j Jack Chapter held last ftiduy. }K was voted to Local Council oC i Women to assist in tho expenses of j the Short Course for soldier farmer's .wives being held next week. i Women of the Mooseheart Legion j are holding another of thoir series of whist drives on Wednesday at eight j o'clock in the Moqso Hall. Good I prizes and refreshments. Everybody welcome. Entertainment for everybody is he- ing provided at dansant held .Mr. Syimmtls is seriously ill in ilie Viin Haarlem hospital, having undergone an operation for hernia there. Miss Maud Fleming el Medicine ha.s come to the city to take her mirsiug training at the Gait hospital. .Mrs. KM ma Je.wett of Calgary, has hemi spending the past month .t t with her son at Coalflalo. will visit in A Ci'anbrook fur a few days, before loav'jig for Spokane, where she will I V remain until April. i hy tho Military Chapter I.O.D.B. on 7..V. SMART HATS FOR EARLY SPRING DAYS Ribbon plays a bis part in the de- velopment of the new hats for Spring. Their style la decidedly varied, but is being provided and there will bo cup read. For those who ilnd attrac- tion, in neither of these, bring your friend along for the ever welcome cun of tea. C. 0. E. PRESENTED WITH STANDARDS Mrs. J. A. Jackson of Lethbridge is the suc-Kt of .Mr. and Mrs. Albert while' iu Calgary. Mrs. Albert Arnold. Mrs. Harrison HIM! .Mrs. Pearson have yono to Cal- as delegates from St. Mary's church, Lethbridpe, to the con- vention of tile Anglican Women's Auxiliary which opens today and con- tinues until Thursday afternoon. Jlrs. J. K. Lethbridge. who has been the guest of A. B. Stafford, has leturueri to her home in Calgary.' Rev. K. C. MeLeod. snpe: ku' Dependent. Dcluimient Child- Wren, is a Visitor Wllie'l'Sty toiiay ami will address the local Children's Aid Society lojilghL Hon.'C.'S. TMngle Pingle uf MryHcino flat are in Kdmonfon, where the former U attending the legislature. Two handsome silk standards have been presented to the Children of the Empire. (Junior Chapters ot the I.O.D.E.) at Westminster school. The Standards, which are very beau- tiful pieces of work, were donated by Mrs. George MacKay to tho Harold Henderson Chapter, and by Mrs. L. 31. Johnstone to the Sir Ram- sey Chapter. The presentation took recent- ly at Westminster school, the Stand- ards, being received by the .two; little standard-bearers otr'tho order; from Mrs.'C. V, V. Conybearn. Mrs. nilchie, erinteudent ot the Chapter. .Miss Mary Tlanna, daughter of tho president of the NatidmU RaihvayB, has boeii the guest of Mr. and" .M.rs. Motherwell in Calgary for the past few days, am! left. ..Friday fi fdiori...address. thpu young people. SHORT COURSE NOTES 4 Red Peer registered seventy sol- diers'., wives, and twenty.njne babies. Not oiio billet had to be paid for. Drs Campbell, Leech, Galbraith. localJectur- rill spend a w.eek .before returning to era-at ttie Short-Course. Dr. Campbell and Miss Davidson, public health nurse will Have'charge of. tlio baby clinic which will be held in tho Nursing Mission. The Civic Club will formally wel- come tbe delegates to '.flo city at a. lira to given Saturday. c A Twilight recital will be held iu Wesley church Sunday, Feb. 20th, at 1; L5 11.m, t- Luncheons and dinners will be serv- the Toronto. Ht-v. T. 1-1 Orasig of Wesley church is leaving this afternoon for Calgary ro he urcsont uL tlie wedding an- in.versury of his fatlusr and inothor. Mr. ;md .Mrjf. senior, wore mar- ried in tbo town of on February 10, IS59, and all the years of then- ministry were spent In that province. They came west about ten rx ago to their tlireo sons grosgrain ribbon and strai tho same is a raihsr dark- er shade. The ribbon and straw aro cruBBOtl over so that the hat takes ou tho form of u square. Quite differ- ent in style but ernially attractive ia the hat in directoire style. Fashioned from black picot straw It is draped around tbe crown and side with wide ribbon. One side of this is black sa- tin and tho other is checked wltli greeu and mauve. liotiso attracted more attention than Emir Feiauj, sou of tho king oC the Hcdjas, who occupied a front seat. He wore u civilian suit with a re- murkalile white head dress. nnd havf! since resided in the city oi'i Calffif.ry. JMr. Crngg i.s -MOW in his i :iJnd year one oi! (he min-j isters in Canada. He is still very fed CJlcn day of tho course, hy vigorous, bf-ing a regular uttpndan1 Anglicans, Roman Catholics, Method- Latter Day at Lho morning son-ices in Wosloy j Presbyterians, church and frequently at the evening! Saints and Baptists. They will be services well. sorvt'd in Wesley hall. REPORTS GIVEN AT MAJOR JACK ROSS MEETING LAST WEEK Following were the reports given at the annual meeting of the. Major Jack lions Chapter I.O.D.B. held last .week iu the armories Secretary's Report During th3 year there were nine; regular nipetiugs, seven special meet- ings and Jive osecutive meetings hold. Our principle moans of raining money during the year was byy'giv-. ing dances which there were four, namely St. Patrick's oil March ITtli) tlis Military Hall, November Hth, tho Rose nail, -Juno 3rd, and tho annual Blue Bird dauce on February 3rd. nil of which were very successful. .The j Chuptcr also served refreshments the Hudson Bay sports ou May 2-Hh, at which wo cleared a good sum. Diirfriff the summer months we af- flHated with a local orchestra in giv- ing weekly dauoes at the exhibition buildings. Theao proved very popular and were a Jinancial success as well as doing good com- munity work on the part oi' the Daughters of the Umpire, as they af- forded the young people a good clean pliice ot7 amusement. Three teas were given during spring as follows: A St. J'airlek's toa j and bridge, a May Day Lea dauattnt i