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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TUB LETHBRrDGB WBEK WKDNKSDAY. KKIMIJAHY Hi. 1921 MILADI PERSONALS Airs. A. M. SU1' Illii Avenue, vill not receive tomorrow. Mrs. P. II. Camphell has ai-rivnl in MJC c.Uy from (he coast for a visit. Ill-, and Campbell are residing the Victoria .Mansions. .Mis-- I'ern Hotlon. of Hie Soldier's S'-tth-inent Hoard. Calvary, is expected tn Ilii' nrnuiKenionU for ilio 'nurse uulliK week. All-. Sl.-ou.soii is a visitor in tin- 1 1 oni Raymond. :Mrs. Kitxsiimnons, wliu underwent n serious Call hosiiital, is iloliiR i be expected. .lacliaon. Dr. and (Jalbralll llr'g.-drn. Stewart and Mr. Klnwarl. The l.clllhrldgo City Pipe Uliml ilel anolhi-r of their popular dances las I'VBiiini: in r.uramiinn's Hall. Al'ou si'vonty-fivo couples were present, an enjoyed I he gaieties of the evening t tie- fullest'extent, both lloor am music lielmc very line. Hefrcshmenl were servi-d a.t midnight, attar whicl the dancing continued HII a late lioui Mr. James Home was muster of cere monies for the' event, the prosran of old-eonntry dances will music. The Pipers t'ui nlulled welcome variations at inter Mrs. .1'. P. Alexander, 1010 Serum Avenue Senlh, entertained at he! home Tuesday afternoon and evening Short at a. very delightful bundle showi operation iujfor the Ladies'. Aid of St. Patrick's s well as can church. The quests were received I the hosiess. while Mrs. Cleary invited MO Ihe tea-room which was made beau- llev. It II. Ituhinson rouirned to tiful by a variety of potted plants. Calgary lust evening after conducting Mrj. A. Sau'Hlers poured and J :i week's mis-ioM services in St. Mttliihitl cut Ih" ices at Hi' Au--'nsttii's chnr.-h hi-re. While which was artistically centred with a LeiubrldKe he wus the guest ot Rev. beautiful howl of daffodils. Mrs. Jlur- itntl .Mrs. Uore M. Barrow. and Mrs. Rogers assisted in serving. Many beautiful gifts were shower, the fortunate for u winner of the citpa and- saucers which tew weel.s, lias returned to the city. I wore raffled being Mrs. J. .1. McDon- ald. About sixty guests were present during the afternoon and evening Mrs. K. li. House of hours. IliKh Hlver; Mr. and .Mrs. II. Dlelz of it, Riven Vr. and Mrs. Middleton CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES t A J serving. Many Miss Uessie who has been j brought to thj i visiting her sister iu Ilegina for u winner of the cit in The first of the in atten- dance at the Short Course for soldier farmei-B' wives held here nexl week, are expected I arrive tonmr- liVonilig it t.; her daughter, Mrs. Herron. at Leth- brldge. for the post several weeks, has relurned to ihe, Albertan. Mrs. fOr.i X. T. Deeman of Belle- vun has been a visitor in the city for a few days with her parenls rDr. and -Mrs. Rusk) en route to her home in Uellevue, after spending months at the eoasi. Mr. A. Ottowell of Edmonton will be a visitor in' the city next week, in connection with th.i 'lix- lension Coiirne beinu- lield here'. A special meeting of the executive 'f the Local Council and all inlerest- liilluls. Fifty-1 farmers' wives be held in St. 'imced their in-1 Augustin's hall tomorrow (Fridav) at -1 o'clock. The Kiideavorcrs of the Christian church are having another one of: their meetings next Sunday at G.3ft p.m: in the endeavor room. Special; singing will fill part of the evening's i program. Mr. Lloyd be thai leader, his topic will be "NTew work I onr committees can 'do.'1 want! everyone to come and give us pome i ot their ideas in the new work wo j can do. I Court Unity A. 0. F. are holding a I social evening tomorrow- (Friday) I uveniiiK in Uurgmann's hall. All An- several ;iont Foresters and their wives invited to be present. Court Star1 T T, memhera can also accept this notice, .Miss T.. Ilatcli has returned to Conl-1 113 an invitation to be present The I fmrst after n few .days.' yisil with her) occasion the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the court. The supper being given on Satur- day by the Civic Club for those at- lendlnjr the Short Course will take place in Knox church, basement at i 5.30. mother, Mrs. J. R. Ross. f riev. W. Ilnehanan left this after- noon for an extended visit at Victoria. ,j SOCIAL EVENTS Frank lledley is enteriainini? a number of friends at her homo this Tomorrow February 18th, the Young People's nihle Class of the United i i church, North Letltbridse, Is preselit- "E u musieal entertainment, "Th evening, The women of Mooseheari l.nld anolber of their delightful wbist drives on Wednesday eveiiius. Four- N'e-iv with a casle of 25! people and 15 musical numbers, under I the direction of Mrs. F. Jackson In-! eluded in the caste are Mr. R. Hume as Rev. Alexander jirown, Aiessrs A -Ucllvena. .1. Miller. J. Goldie, TTall. teen tahles were in play. fortn-1'''- Simmonette. W. Kennedy.'W. Man] "i'.tfi winners were ar. fo'iiows: Indies' A- Moodie. Mrs. winton. Miss lirst Mrs. 1'Veel; second ilrvs- rlnle: consolation Mrs. Kusfoii. Gen. first Mr. Nelson; second Mr. 1. McCladrie; consolation Mr. Alvin ctc- Itidor. Dainty rofreshmonts were Korved and a most enjoyahle eveninr was spent; Evirynne. is looking for- ward to the next drive. M. Harieman, Miss T. Harlemsn, Mrs. I W. Hyssop wilh others i the choir, Ladies' Aid, Old .Maids1! Kdmiin'.oil Bnllelin: Honor the I.ieni. Governor hell! his animal official i-fcoption on night, when Mrs. Charles Stewarl, in the absence of Mrs. Brett, assisted Ills Honor in welcoming the siiiwls. Major Htaffoni A.U.C. and Capl.. ,Wm. Thomnson in attendance. Tills is tile largest state timetlon at Government House each SECOND ANNUAL MEETING SIKOKOTOKI CHAPTER year, when high officials of both o church and sliito assemble lo greet the head executive of the province on Hie opening of the parliament session. The handsome toilettes of the wo- i.ien. and many military uniforms of the officials attending lends an nn adds a charm and dignity which de- notes the grave responsibilities ahead ol the. men who assemble each vear to make and administer the affairs ot the eonimoinveaii h." j Among I hose from I.etliln-ldae in-i eluded in Iliu list of invitations t.-ere Ills Worship tin- Mayor of Lethbrid-.. mid Mrs. Mr. A. Buchanan M.P. and Mrs. Iluchanan. Hun. Kelia- I lor Jj. UaVelier and Mr.--. UeVc'ljer. liis Honor .ludu" Jackson and MrsJ The second annual meetin- of the Kikokotoki Chaptnr l.O.D.E. was held on Tuesday, February t.'. 1021. Her.orts were read 'by the treasurer, secretary, educational secretary and "Echoes" secretary, and all snowed most gratifying results for the work carried on in the pa.st year. The retiring Mrs. Kave a most inspiring and instructive talk to the members, after which the chapter unanimously elected Mrs Starnes Honorary Regent, all express- '.UK their regret at her inability to still hold the office ot Resent. The election of ullicers then took nhice. the following being elected- Regent--Miss Lottie Wood. 1st Angela den. 2nd Muriel John- slon. Miss irilogaii. j Mary Simpson. I-.- secretary Miss I.otti I'J .ills u. High-Grade Pianos And Playcr-Pf.anos VicUv.las. Sonoras, and Brunswick Phonoyrnnhs. Try our service for your re- tiuiremenlj-; in VICTOR RECORDS YE OLD FIRME MEINTZMAN CO., L'MITED The n.-ime Is vour nuarantea. '103 5th St. S., Lelhhrldac. Plvjnc 532. Standard Ulla I'ater- Soii. j S. f. IIohHon, Helen Mi-Klllop. Miss Miss llorothy Kdwnrds. Miss Marjorie Ilig- I inbolham and Miss AVnshbrook. j The Win.iit.cr wish to thank every-i .one who lias assisted them in any i way dtirliie the year. mallj. most generous in doing so and hope to bi-of assistiuu-e in the coming year to any by as Iliev have I to in die I o-ii.M; j Honorary Secreiary. ciu'ip. i ler I.O.D.K 73 MARRIES 65 n Will, ll'-nry 7s' Hi- h I l-.iinivn' hiiii- 'f f. Miss Marie r.venn. of Boston. J'lli n.' married Voiln-iday noon in Aliidison. H-IS., uliurt; tkc bride is now lirinii. Thrifty Shoppers Will Find Unlimited Bargains Here on Friday and Saturday OF DAY-BY-DAY REQUIREMENTS IN THE READY-TO-WEAR SECTION LADIES' MIDDIES Sizes 3G to 40, Ladies' Mid- dies of white English drill, trimmed with detachable col- lar and cuffs of navy flannel. At. LADIES' COTTON BLOOMERS An assortment of Ladies' Knitted Cotl'.m Bloomers, in colors ot sky and pink, ivitli elastic at the waist and knees. for week-end.. INFANTS' FLANNEL. ETTE KIMONAS These are of thb best qunlity flannelette, finished or the edges with niuk or blue wash WASH SILK BLOUSES A wide range of white Wash Silk Blouses, with novelty shaped collars and turnud-back cuff's; in sizes from 36 to 42. Regular val- ues Week-end rrr selling, at 0 WOMEN'S BANDEAUS Bandeaus of pink and white Tricot, in front and back fas- ten, elastic insert at back. Sizes and styles suitable for medium and stout figures. Priced at lo GIRLS' FLANNEL- ETTE GOWNS The.se Klauiielette Gowns 'ome in a Ceasing variety of slip-over styles and buttoned fronts, with round and square, necks. Kizes .1 to 11 years. PRICED PROM COMFY SHAWLS FOR INFANTS .hust the. thing for thoac cold ila.vs, iu honey-comb knit, all wool, cream shawls, to keen baby warm. Size 50 x 45 iuclics. tlognlar Sfi.25. For special selling at. NEW ARRIVALS IN DRESS GOODS DEPT. Check Skirting, Yard ;j-l inches wide, imported cheek tweed The newest for skirts, etc. AT Very smart. Per yard COVERT COATING Due piece only. Covert Coating. Makes a smart ront for spring wear. (fO r.2 in. .y.-iiio. Hepriccd to, yard,