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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY Ifl. IttJt THE LElHflRlDGE DAILY PAGE ELEVEN MILADI Daily Fashion SKATING iVot in the crowded lull, Whore earth-lit tapers gleam, We'll hold our festival. Mut out on the frozen stream: .Vo tiuH faint air, or heated room, Shall rob thy cheek ot beauty's liloom, Thine eye of Us sparkling beam. J. L. Stuart. PERSONALS .Mrs. Frank lledley, 1310 6tli Ave- nue, will receive tomorrow. .Mr. L. P. Jones of Mooseheari, IK linols, and A. MacLeod t of Ueghia, vere visitors in the city yesterday. Air. and Mrs. Roy Heatty who hare been (ho guests ol' Mrs.. Bert Fuller, have returned lo their home in Bow Island. Mrs. Charlie Mills of Turin. -.who has been visiting wlrh Mrs. T. J, Jamiesou. has returned to her home: Ur. and Mrs. J. M. Dixon of Modi- vine Hat arrived in the eily this after- noon to visit with tho former's sister, Mrs. S. Shepherd. 1 Mrs. Alex. Scott of Hardievilte. who underwent, a serious operation at the Van Haarlem hospital is doing as well as call by expected. Mrs. Robert Fauids and family have returned to their home in Milk River after a visit to the city. Mrs. K. -F. Hunc.k spent the week- end with her mother, Mrs. Quinn in Milk River. V w Mr. ami Mrs. Andrews have re- turned from their visit in Great Falls. .Montana, and are residing in the' Victoria Mansions. 15 3 X iJr. M. J. Gibson is back, at work af- ter his recent illness. Mr .and Mrs. Bell of Milk Kiver have ueen visiting in the city. Mrs. Ernest Warren of Milk River was a visitor in the city this week. Mrs. Hyssop left Monday -after- noon to join her husband in Kam- loops, 'B.C. She accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Harleojau and two listen as as Calgary. Among those the Al- berta Dairymen's Convention being lield in Calgary this jjegk are -D. Carlyle, A. Tiffin, Ct. OlRseer, and I-I. Macintosh. Miss Davidson, superintendent of Public Health -Nurses for the prov- ince, will be a Visitor in tho city dur- ing the Short Course being held here, when she will act1 in conjunction with Dr. Campbell in the Baby Clinic. Miss .Davidson will bui the guest of. Mrs. K. W. Ileickip while here: SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. J. Alexander entertained very delightfully at her home yester- day, the occasion being a bundle shower given by thfi ladies of St.. Patrick's church. .Mrs. A. C. Saund- poured at the tea table, which was very spring-like with its golden daffo- dils. Mrs. C'leary invited to the tea- room and Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Rog- ers assisted. Tho young members of the Botawa- taini chapter of the Wesley Camp Fire Girls, with, friends, were entertained at a Valentine party in Wesley hall last night tinder the direction of their guardians, Misses Edith Kipp aiid R. b. Porter. C-ames were played and a buffet supper was served. Season- able decorations were hung about the hail and the plates were in keeping with the Valentino schemo which j prevailed throughout the Another. fun-provoking ViilmtUm affair was the Social given at the United Cliurch hall Mon- day evening. The gunats arrived in bright array and jgrawT parade was! part of the evening's fun. when tbr i itigemhled company; suitably masked, j marched around the hall, the prize, winners being Mr. Jackson, attired as u Roman soldier, and .Miss 'Uoutle Worthingtou as a hobo. j Games and contests, ot various softs were Indulged in. Mr. acting as chairman for the evening, j .Much fun was.created by fortunes iu; the tea-cups; told by. one of of tbo omgregati9n and to keep the, crowd In order there wire a couple of: masked pc'lttebienwh.o" fined offend-1 era for various braafties of law and j order. SeVeral delightful nuinicai selic-1 tlons were .given Ourllg the cvenlsg.; iy .Messrs. Stptt, Jamieeon, Jackson i aod Miller; and a quartette %--four boys Miller, Hume, Golrtio and -Hall, j The two costume dances by little Cathie Donsldnon, to flio bagpipes: played by- Mr. were very much enjoyed. Appropriate decorations of hearts and kewpies graced: Wesley hall on Monday afternoon a very .delight- ful Valentine, tea given by officers of the Ladies' Aid of Wesley cunrch. Mrs. Shaw, cut the Lees, and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan poured, at a daintily ar- ranged table which was strikingly de- corated with scarlet hearts, and cen- tred with.a lovely bouquet of carna- tions In the same shade. Thoso as- sisting in serving were Mrs. Merlin, Mrs. Foi, Mrs. Kress, Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. Hendrie. During the atter- noon several musical selections were Bivau by Miss Smith and Miss Sand- miist. Miss Podger recited in her usual entertaining style. Others as- sisting were Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Perry and Mrs. Laycock. The rlauce held by the Cr.W.V.A. last evening in their ciubrooms was a de- cided success in very way. A great number ot guests were present to en- joy the pleasures of tho evening, the fieor and music being splendid. Betweon two and three hundreil people attended the reception, which'1 took the form of a dance and card party, given by the local Rebekahs to the visiting delegates to the con- vention held in tho city yesterday. A very enjoyable time was spent by all, and the affair proved a fitting close to the successful meeting of tho vari- ous Albertan. Loyal Order of Moose, Lethbridge I Lodge and the Ladles of the Legion gave a moat hearty welcome in the Masonic'lull, last night to D. S. Bro. Lewis R. Jones, of III., and D. S. A. MacLeod of Flegini. The chair was ably occupied by P. D. Bro. W. n. Ward of tlie local lodge, and in a few opening remarks he introduced the visiting brothers who ably de- scribed the aims and purposes of the Moose order, and the general work.of the vocational school at Mooseheart. The remainder of the evening was spent In music and song. The thanks of the reception committee were given to -Sisters Williams, Cranney, Neden. and to Bros. M. and J. Cran- ney, D. Hobinson. Lewis R. Jones, Kingdom. Bateman lor their able con- tributions to the musical part of the evening, not forgetting Bro. S. Macjuire at tbe-piano. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES High-Grade Pianos And Victrolas, Sonoras, ant' BrunnwicK Phonographs. Complete stock of Victor Records, i Ye Old Flrme HEINTZMAN Limited The name is your guarantee. 403 5th at. 8., Lethbrtdge. Phone 582. The teachers and officers of Wesley Bible School will meet in the secre- tary's office of the church tomorrow night at S o'clock sharpi s The Matron of the Isolation Hos- pital, Miss Dodds, desires to thank very sincerely the Local Council of Women for their splendid donation of books which is very much appre- ciated. The annual meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter T.O.D.E. will be held in St. Augustin's hall tomor- row night o'clock. 1 The Music Department ot the Mathesis Club will meet with Miss Filmer, 1240 5th Ave. A. south on Thursday, evening at S o'clock. :i There will be a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Army and Xavy Veterans in the Morfse Hail on February 17 at Members are requested to be on time as the whist drive starts at The regular choir praction oi' St. Patrick's church will be held tomor- row evening at 8 o'clock iu the church, REBEKAH SESSIONS v HELD IN CALGARY GRAY FLANNEL FOR THIS TRIM FROCK Flannel in all colors is .a favored fabric ID tho realm of dress. Ill this, model that is illustrated a very nret- ty shade of gray is chosen.' It is fash- -oned on the simple lines that so accentuate the youthfulness of the' figure. Dark blue cire braid in two dif- ferent width's decorates this: delight- lul dress, which boasts the very'short sleeves that are remarked on many of the new creations for Spring. The1 hat of gray crepe de chine is a new version of the sailor. Tho crown is softly draped and the brim lightly rolled away from the face. A band of crepe de chine is drawn around the crown and tied at the sides so that tile, ends s-wing to tho shoulder. Hat; secretary, Mrs. H. H. Day, Cal- gary, and treasurer, Miss B. Hidd, of Calgary, That the assembly has just passed through one of the most propserous years in its history, is indicated by tho different reports submitted on Tuesday. It was shown that the total membership of the lodge throughout the province now eiceeds tho mark. Six new lodges were instituted and one re-organized during the year. Only one degree competition was held on Monday, and the trophy was awarded to the Anoka lodge. No. 21, of Calgary, winning from the Domin- ion lodge No. 41, ot Lethbridge. Two hundred delegates from all over the province -attended the as- sembly sessions. The session was pronounced by all as tho most successful in the history of the. order, and the officials are look- ing forward to an even more success- ful term during the year 1921. About 25 Lethbridge ladies are in attendance at this meeting, 4 .1. W, A. HOLDING ANNUAL SESSIONS The annual meeting of the Calgary Diocesan 'branch of the W. A. of the Church of England in Canada opened Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. at tho Pro Cathedral, with holy communion I by the lord bishop of Calgary. At this gathering-, which was addressed by Rev. Canon Jarafes, the presentation or the thank offering, amounting to ?61.0S, was also made. The address of welcome to visit- ing delegates was made by Mrs. A. K. Hume, Mrs. Blachly, of Carniau- gay responding, and a number let- ters and greeting from various bran- ches throughout tho province were read during the morning session i At the afternoon session interesting j reports were given by the president, Mrs, Willis James.' the' recording sec- rectary, Hector Allen and the corresponding secretary, Mrs. Hugh Melvin. The report of tho treasurer, Mrs. Reginald Smith, showed that during the past year the sum of had been raised by the diocese. D. Westgate. during the gave an intensely interesting address on the subject of "Stewardship." Before the conclusion of the after- noon session an animated discussion, led by Mrs. Blachly, and entered iuio by the various branches represented. on the subjects of ways and means of raising funds, was carried on. Mrs. Willis James, diocesan presi- dent, occupied tho chair. Delegates from Lethbridge to the convention aro Mrs. Albert Arnold, Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Pearson. v j BRILLIANT OPENING FUNCTION AT CAPITAL Mrs. A. K Uodgers. of Caltiary. i presented with a j.jwul in recognition j of her eight yeura' worU as secretary I of the assembly, a! the eleventh an- I niial session of the Robekah assembly which was held in the Oddfellows hn'l in Calgary on Monday and Tues- day. Mrs. Rodgers was also elected president of the assembly, wliic.ii post was vacant by the doaih of Mm. It. It, Mimhin, of Lnf.hhridgp. months num.- The following WIH-I! also electfil; vico-prcnidcMit, Mrs. Clara MacPheriwii. Ilylcy. Al- licrU; warden, Misn Il'-Id. Mw'.lcine to '.'no [Jer.-iMI TOMONTON, Fob. largest stale I'unolioti of the legislative, year iu Kdnionton was held Tuesday night at Govrniment House when Governor U. G -Brett, held his annual I official ruoeption to members of the legislature and provincial ollioials. In the absence of Mrs. Ilrett, Mrs. Chas. Stewart, wile of Premier Ktewart, as- sisted his honor, in welcoming the gueblH. li'.'a.uUfuliy gowned women, and brilliant iinifunns of the repre- Hentalivi.'s ol' liu'- military district of Hie iTnvideil an animated scene iu the flowt-r bedecked rooms of FEBRUARY PRICES PREVALENT OVER NEW SPRING GOODS EVERY DAY WE ARE RECEIVING FRESH WHISPERS OF SPRING IN THE DAILY ARRIVALS OF THE VERY NEWEST OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE. BOYS' SUITS IN WIDE VARIETY A A A new shipment of Boys' 'Tweed Suits has just arrived in the ever- popular belted style coat and knickerbocker trous- ers. Sizes 21 to 24. Price... Sizes 25 to 27. Price.. Q CA 35. Price.. Boys' Bloomers Tweed Bloomer Pants for boys, in a good assort- ment of sizes and reason- ably priced. Sizes 24 to 26. Price... Sizes 28 to 32. Price... tDOt Sizes 33 to 35. Price.. SPRING SUITS FOR MEN AT i POPULAR PRICES All That Can Be Desired in Men's Suits Kevealing all thanetfest plain and novelty materials, in many desired styles. Come in and look these over. Ranging in price from 16.00 "50.00 Boys' for School A variety of colors and sizes in these Sweaters for boys, in pullover and Initton neck styles. Prices range to The Dry Goods Dept. Presents the Newest of Spring Cotton Materials NEW "MODARF CORSETS "Lino" Bath Towels, Pair Red and Blue Check Towelling, 33c Yd. and blue chock Tea Tow- ellipg, 21- inches wide, good quality, no Per yard Brown and white striped Buth Towels, heavy quality, and made expressly for hard wear and tear; soft nap; tringed ends. Per pair Q White Nainsook, 39c 36 inches wide White. Nain- sook, nice grade, no lining. A good cambric at a moder- ate price. Was 55c. Now, 'yard White Pillow Catet, 89c Each ilirect from the famous factory. Snowy- white cotton of stout grade, 42 and 44 inch. Values to 11.20 each. To clear, each 89c We now have our new stock of Modart front- lacing Corsets. Models designed for all types of women, in pretty silk brocades and pink coutil. New Cotton Crepes, 49c Oxford Shirting, 55c Made In exceptionally soft finish, in colors of pink, pale blues, ruse, cinnamon, putty, hollo, Pt'lun blue and mottled navy. Most suitable for house dresses, rompers, kimouas, etc., and very moderately priced at, yard Cream Flannel, Yd. Fine grade Flannel, imported goods. 26 inches wide, thorough- ly shrunk. tl nfl Per yard Heavy Oxford Shirting. Just the thing for everyday wear. SS inches vide. Comes in var- ious stripe designs. Ke- CC-. duced to, yard White Turkuh 90c Pair A new arrival in the Staple Dept; soft white Turkish Tow- els; good dryers; (ringed. QA_ 1'or pair HOUSE APRONS Neat Work xXprons, htbs; mado from strong blue chambray anrf striped prints, in a good assortment of colors. JltftO GIRLS' COTTON BLOOMERS Girls' white fleeced cotton Bloomers, titled with .elastic at waist and knees. Sizes 6 to Price---- KIDDIES' LEGGINGS Children's pure wool Leg- gings, in grey and cardinal. Siies 32 to 28. SWEATER COATS Girls' fawn Sweater made from pnro wool; collar and cuffs of plain white; two patch pockets. Regu- nn lar to for WHITE ENGLISH FLANNELETTE, 7Sc YARD Ono ol1' the best qualities on tlif market, thrciid, oxl.rn soil, finish. inches Now. yard Finely woven LADIES' COMBINA- TIONS Pink silk top Combinations, made in sleeveless style, with round neck, ankle length draw- ers. Sizes 36 'to M. ff A A Regular INCORPgRATED IB7O. the gotrhriininiit elaborate tlif stunts. llout'.e pud a ntoit CHILDREN'S AID REPORT TJlirlng Hit! month u! .lunuary eight children worn in the Slielter, two ad- mitted and two discharged. The health of the children has licfiii yood. mine Mr. Lund vnry kindly took tito clill- rtron for a. motor drive wliiuh tlioy tlioroiiKhly enjoyiid. Ml Norlii Star Lodgn, No. 4, Masonic Lodge, caliOF, siuidv.'ichcs and Khetikitia Cliantor, Masonic J-odse, cooked meal., liakod potatoes, salads, fruit, rolls and butter; Major Jack Hews Chapter I.O.U.B., takes .and four pairs new mitts, per Mrs. Conyliears; Miss Macbeth, hooks: Mrs. parcfil of caltlilnK; National Kystcm of linns. The inafiuKfir of tho Klnn'K thoalra Uivilud I'.hllilrcn to tlu> iilcttivo '.-.him-, and they appreciated his kind- noss. fully. M. UAVRV. CHINESE WOMEN ARE CRITICIZED BECAUSE OK SHORT SKIKTS tho Chinese women have conic In for criticism for wearing short skirts .....1 also for din- playing their arms. This criticism ap- plies, however, only to thoso who have minplxd foreign styles of drons. edict, against the voarinR of thcso stylus haa liocn Usuod hy the city magistrato and chief of police of Shanghai. H dednrpg that theoe fash- ions make the v.-ciu-or neither i'orcigti nor Chinese and adds: "Wearers arc. devoid of shaiue anil frequent public streets wittmirt oiuuarraKfiinent. in future all so offending will be arroet- ed and fined." PENSIONS FOR GRANDMOTHERS ST. Elgin county Hot hers' Allowuiico committee vesolv that the Mothers' Allowance art ho amended so a a to provide pensions for grandmothers entrusted with th" care and keeping of smnll children and that they he placed mi tho foot- ing as raothsru. ;