Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY THE LETHBRIDUK HBRALO J toe and In Army und Navy V'ott'ranu, the nrl'jmi won by Mrn. luHleit! drtt, and Mlns Once Kilter who are KU coming week, ut noon in Wesley 1 home of bur father, Mr. H. PACE FIFTEEN IUV-, Will) lp.no MM. W. A, H. ruiimivd to the Mr. J. McGlnne.i (outs' firm rWt lnd MiH Wlttac the part of In Toronto. t Mr. and lira. C. Wttwn tovn urnwl from rlult In they attended the convention, IE TRUE (.'nnrad Tabor. above all: lo thine own sell Ibo true. And it must Jollow d.y. r TliOH canst not then tie false to u.n mm'." lo thine own the night Ilk guests yeutordiiy Mr. nnd Mr. uiid Mru. W. L. MoKenxie have and Mr. and Airs. Hsrrln at ae their rnent tho former's Mstor. i Miss Abel MuKeiule of Oayle.r. i Mlnto Mrs. R. Quail. 151 7th Avenue, who he? been attending the At- ;ro they will iiembiy, returned to the city today, laucomuanled by Mrs. T. Weigaud of The Karl and Conntsj-.s o[ l.-.i't Altkcu. South Carolina, day 1'or .New York, wh vWt lor a week. I Edmonton. a won necood. Tlio ooiiKulalloii won by VIH. Mom mil Mr. R. Thompson. Aftur tho whiut, dancing the f nature [or the rout of the An enjoytlile avvnins was spent by tho A. O. f. members and their friimdn (n IttirKnmnti's uall last even- inc. The occasion wus the i-eb.'bra- lion of the 10th anniversary of Court Unity. Sixteen hiuata were played at whist, after which dancing was en- joyed. Tho following were Urn prize- winners in the whist drive; ladies' Air. A. R Hosg has returned to the city after attending an appeal case. j Supreme Court of Canada, in Ottawa. .j, ,j NOT RECEIVING and least violins with i 1st Mrs. K. FVancls. 2nd U. i Hall, consolation Mrs. VY. Carnill: Among thoso who will arrive in gentlemen 1st L. J. Harris, Snd O. city next week to lecture and demon- were served during tho at the .short coin-no are Miss freshments Davidson, Ulondenf of public interval. j i health nurses: 1'rofessor Bergcy. I .Mr. A. .Mara ha.s returned from n j University of Alberta; Miss Storey, I The dance given hy flin Western tjthrffe weeks' trip to Brampton. Ont.. director home branch Soldier Settle- Canada Hardware Co. Ltd.. for the i where be was called on account of inent Board, Edmonton; Protestor staff and their friends was held in Suniner, consolation T. Arnold. Re- dolo- Luncheon uinl dlnnar will he serv- ed by the In Hall on Monday. i (.ally visitors, rkin't forget the on- twrtalnmenl belnt-' given In your hon- or in St. hall (it 8.30 by tho Ula-'i and 1'lerrots. lie early. Monday'! Program 10-tt--Professor Itergey. University of Alberta, poultry raising. 11-12 Miss Marion Storey, direetor horr.'j hrunch S. S. Hoard, Kdinonton, will give a demonstration of canninic of meats and vegetables. Professor will lecture; on the dressing 01: poultry. Miss Storey will demonstrate ou milk dishes. If your grocer were greedy for he would not be content to sell and recom- mend Red Rose Tea. at a profit than he makes on other teas. But it is a fact that he does xnaKe less on Red Rose than on other teas, and he recom- mends it because he Knows its quality is the best. __ Alr.s. It. .J. Dinning. Avenuo South, will not receive on Monday. PERSONALS .3. y -Mrs. J. Doulrou ami Miss Bertha Boulton have returned from a visit in Calgary tli'l'-tleath of hia mother. Hoojter, fjlaresholm school of agrleul- Iturc: Captain A. K, ottewell, director .Mr. X. Saucier, inland revenue nM-1 extension dent.. University of Alberta. f- A A number of Lethlirldga people left j on this afternoon's train for a short -tfr. fcj. J. Hill has just arrived home visit in Calgary, and while there will the. C. U. dance, an official affair. Mr. and Mrs. Living- eer. Calgary, is a visitor in the city I tcday. j after-iipending some time visiting the likely business (Centres of Eastern Canada This on a purchasing trip. These stone, attend not lude r. and Mrs. Keagh. Mr. and Tive.nty.flne of the delegates atleiid- Mrs. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Haffern, e city ye the short course arrived In the j Mr. and Mrs. Redmond. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. Smith Smith have ify yesterday, arid a groat number McElVoy, Miss Bissott, re coining in today. greaves, Miss Geogehsn, Miss liar- Miss Beaton I'ncn I'liljiiiry., Mrs. Hobson. who has- been ill with scarlet fever. for t--ome time, has re- i'J enti.Miainucl as suffidoutly to be removed Miss Cowan, Miss Proctor. Mrs. Di-j vies, Mr. Sanders. Mr. Kdmuurts, Mr.' Harper's hall last evening. A most j enjoyable time was spent, tlu; declared tile best ol' the season by all jlresent. The special feature of the evening was the introduction of a series of novelty dances, indnd- inK the afllnity, mask and forfeit dance. .Loud applause was given Mrs. R. H. .flincks and Mr. Frank Colnmnn for the gkilful juaoner in which they performed, their to tho tuno of Ixihengrin's bridal march. The taste- ful decorations were commented upon by ull. a very pleasing, effect boitiK ob- tained by the unique color scheme. c-l-Mr. A. Mcllvona: Italphy ISmitcr. Mr. "THE NEW MINISTER" J. Miller; Cresendo B. Klatt. Heliikiah MAKES A GREAT HIT Shiirp. Doctor Huosick, rnwii: aom- mitteo, Ooldie. Mr.-N..Hsll and O o Mr. T.' Simuionette: Top- note, leader of tho W. Me tl vena, French. Mr. Jackson and Mr. The TTiith school boys anil imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiidiiiimimiMinimtTiiimiiiiimiiii (I cup of Cocoa'j G opd at any hour of day Bakcf's is especially in the evening a slioirt lime before tts ts dcticious, its aroma most attractive, and it is condu- cive to restful alccp bein4 in aiy sense of the word, a ottt ond-wholesome. I I BOOKLET OF CHOICE RECIFE) SENT FBEB j from Medicine Hat who were, in the I city last night to play basketball and j hockey returned this afternoon to their homes. While here they Were I guests at the Lethbridge Hotel. Chgp- I eroued by Mrs. Mocrehead, tho fol- j lowing were -'preBent: Misses I Drakes. W. Krapfel, I. Steward, J. j In attendance. Moorhead, P. Smith ancf Corry; and i Messrs R. Henderson. H. Crawford, Guther, Russell, M. Crawford. C. Reid, j McCalltim. Cranberry and R. C. Moore, The young people were entertained The ever-popular Commerri.il Trav- oilers' dance called out ihe usual I numbers last evening, when some i three hundred people assembled at the girls Masonic Hall to enjoy the pleasures of the light fantastic. The Bluebird Orchestra was in its usual gooil form, the refreshments" were of the finest, and, everything', went with a swing from start to finish. Quite a number of young people from the Medicine Hat and Lethbridge High schools were CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES at the Travellers' Dance following the i games. I The next dance of the Cheerio Club I wil1 oe on March 10th. A i The Art Needlework Club will meet SOCIAL EVENTS at the home of Mrs. .1. W. Boulton, 6th Street Soiith, ou Monda A sacred concert under the auspices The Cheerio Club held another of their most popular dances in Harp- Loyal Order of .Mouse is being er's Hall on Thursday evening. Tho at S.45 tomorrow night at tho Co- music and floor were of the best and theatre. Bro. Beresford's aug- splendid time was. enjoyed by nil present. Dainty refreshments were served at midnight. A very pleasant evening was' spent Jut the homa Of Mrs. Frank Hedley jiast evening when she entertained at i six tables of whist. The prize win- Duel's were Mrs. Martin, winner of the ladies' first, and Mrs. Westley, winner of the gentlemen's first. Mr, and Mrs. ff. W. Allison The Young People's Bible Clans of Xorth lyiatlibrtdne were amply repaid for the long and arduous hours spent in rehearsals, when they presented "The New Minister" to a crowded house last evening in the United church. The play took the form of a musical entertainment in which sparkling wit, clever acting and pleas- ing musical numbers combined to make a most attractive evening's en- joyment. There were about twentj-- five people in the caste. fifteen musical numbers. It was produced I under the direction irf Mrs. P. Jack-j son. Both performers and conductor j arc to bo complimented upon the pro- j diiciion. which was most ably carried out. Mr. R. Hume as Rev. Homer Alexander Brown and Miss A. Moodie as Miss Daisy Lovejoy, supported by the rest of the caste, kept the audi- ence In u continual state of merri- ment from start to finish. Following nedy; Mr, Daisy Lovejoy, Miss A. Moodio: Odelia Has- bln, pres. OM Molds' Club, Mrs. Win- ton; Petunia Miss man: Aususta jAVimi. Y.. Harle- man; Mrs. Delaney, Todies' Aid.j Miss Maiu; meinberH of choir, ladles'I aid, Old Maids' Club. etc. WEDDINGS 4 A .j, .j, MIKUE One of the prettiest and most in- teresting weddings of the season took place recently at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Minue. 'Ohotoks, when their youngest daughter, Jennie Wiihemlna became lira bride of Mr. Clarence .Edgar Sage, eldest .sou of Mr. and Mrs. IS. Sage High Ilivor. Tho bride, who was attired daintU; in white satin and georgette, with pearl trimmings, wearing a bridal roll and orange .blossoms, carrying a beau- tiful siiowur buiHiuet ui" bridal roses am! terns, entered the room on the arm of her father to the strains of Lohengrin's wcddiug march, which was beautifully rendered by Miss Flora Morrison. The bride, was attended by her sis- ter, Miss Hattie Mlnno, who was dressed in green 'satin and gold lace and wearing a corsage bouquet of pink carnations and ferns. Mr. Har- old Sage, brother of tlie groom, acted as best man. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party and guests sat down to A sumptuous wedding dinner, after which the happy couple left amid, nhowers of confetti and rice and good wishes for Banff, where they will spend their honeymoon. Upon thoir return Mr. and Mrs. Sage will reside on tho groom's farm in High River Times. was the caste: Rev. Homer Alexander' of High River. The ceremony was Brown, Mr. It. Hume; Seth by Her. C. B. Rogers of The Quebec liquor bill passM its third reading in the legislature Thurs- day evening without a division. monted orchestra, 'M. and J. Cranney and lady soloists will appear on the program, and of moving pic- tures, showing the Mooseheart Voca- tional school uiuler tho direction of D. S. Lewis R. Jones of Moosoheart, Illinois, will bo given. The general.'meeting- of the Gait-I hospital Ladies' Aid which was to) have been held on Monday. February 21. has beon postponed until the following Monday. February 3Slh, ou pleasantly surprised last evening: i of the shoj-t course being when a large party of friends gather- "elcf nm wock- ed at their home and made merry, the occasion being the eve of the wed- LUE RIBBON TEA HAS A GOOD WAR RECORD If It was the only tea in the World that did not advance its price in 1914, and, not- withstanding embargoes, submarining and scarcity of tonnage, BLUE RIBBON TEA of Standard Quality was kept constantly on sale in every store in Western Canada during the war. 1 Now that conditions are normal, the quality of BLUE RIBBON TEA is better than ever. TRY IT. ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs a late hour. The Endeavorers of the Christian ui m.. auu another one of Allison. A very enjoyable evening ?tllalr meetings on Sunday at p.m. was Bpent at cards and dancing uutil i, lne; endeavor room. Special slng- 'HE will mi part of the evening's pro- gram. Mr. Lloyd Sash will be the A very enjoyable evening was spent on .Thursday, Feb. 17th at a' whist drive hold in (he Moose Hall under COLONIAL, TOMORROW (SIE) Feb. 20th, at 8.4S p.m. leader; his topic will he "New work our committees can do." We want everyone to come ami givo us some of their ideas in the new work we can. do. SHORT COURSE NOTES UNDER AUSPICES OF LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Anyone having any equipment for the making of beds -for babies, siwh as baby carriages, cradles, large clothes baskets, bed clothing, toys, clean white rags, etc., is asked to communicate with Mrs. Dowsley, who i is anxious to make arrangements as I soon as possible for the cara of tho children here during the short course, The Twilight Recital at 4.15 tomor- row at Wesley clulrch for soldiers' wives is open to all ladies of the city. I Mrs. Layton and Mrs. H. H. Johnston will bo soloists. The wives of Sohlier Farmers in at- tendance at the short course are guests of the Shriners at the Dumb- bells performance at the Majestic to- night. a Miss Davidson of Edmonton will ar- rive on Sunday to take charge of the Baby Clinic next week. The .courses which are beinp held are open to everyone, and the public i are invited to attend all those lec- tures in which they .ire interested. The teachers of the primary de- partment of Wesley Sunday school en- tertained all the boys tind girls of Jonidht Bro. CHAS. BERESFORD'S AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA BROS. M, AND J. CRANNEY AND LADY SOLOISTS ALSO SHOWING 3000 ft. Moving Pictures of Mooseheart Vocational School Under direction of D.S. LEWIS R. JONES, of Moouheart, III. "Ifuiic. the. greatest good thnt mortals know, And all of heaien have i Choose Heintzman fc Co. and yon. have the beat. YE OLD FIRME HEINTZMAN CO., LIMITED 403 Sth at, 8., Ltthbridae. Phone SK. Bring your wife here for a home-cooked meal. She'll enjoy the it will remove her from kitchen drudgery. -Here you'll find food, tastefully prepared, excellently seryfed and satisfying m every respect. You will find it cheaper than preparing meals at home. This restaurant is regarded by many as a satisfying place to eat. YOUR STANDARD OF RESTAURANT SERVICE "d meetinB Here are combined every comfort desired, with a cuisine par excellence. Under ideal conditions and pleasant surroundings, All who come will find the service to their liking. KIRKBY'S 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH.