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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBRUARY '22, Ittti LfciTHJftUiXiti 1MUA HUKALU .'AGE IU4 MILADI Daily Fashion BT SONG Thero IH fiver a song somewhere, my dear. There in uver y sonic tiling sings alway; There's the sonjj of the lark when I ho skies arc clear, And the song of tho thrush when the skins arc gray. The sunshine showors across the grain. And the bluebird thrills in the or- chard tree; And in and out. when the eaves drin rain. Tho swallows uvo twittering lossly, There is ever- u song somewhere, my dear. Hi.1 the above or dark or fair; There is ever ii sonfe that our hearts nuiy hear There is over a song somewhere, my There is over a Kims somewhere: WMUomb Jliley, A A A A A A A A A PERSONALS A A A A A A A A A A A A MOKSI-S Ilazelotte Johnston, II. Uzard and fj. Peterson. The Ancient Ortitir of Koreaters (Court held another thoir I popular whist drives and dances lusl evening in the 1C. of I', hiill. Twenty- j nine tables of whist were in play, the j Hmil result of tho gumon showing tho j urizc-wtnners an Ladies, flrst j Mrs. Smottd. sneond "Mrs. Dodil. solution Miss D. Holiner; gentlemen.; first Mr. K. Patte, Heuond Mr. T. Ox j land, consolation Mr. F Holmes j equally aootl tiniH was furnished to j the dancers, the music being biipplicti-j by the Cheerio Veterans' orchagtra. The wTiole evening was a decided KUU- CCRH In every way. find was most thoroughly enjoyed by the whole com-1 pany. I CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The C. P. R. Social and Athletic" Club are holding their dance next Friday evening in the Masonic Hall. Mrs. .1. S. Stewart, and Mrs. Me.- ('lure have returned Ironi a visit iu Calgary.' i- f- Miss Ann Patt'eraon of Calvary is visiting in tho city, tho guest of Mrs. H. Wallace. -Mr. and Jlvs. Paul Madge we re'in the city yesturday. returning to their home in Milk River. They have been spending: the past two months the suests of their daughter. Airs. W. D. Stewart ut TacOmu, Wash. f Miss Davidson, public health uui'rie, is a visitor in the city in connection with tho baby clinic and is tho guest or Mrs. K. W. Rck'klo while here. I Vrot'eEsor Hooper, of the ClareKholm school oC agriculture, will bo a visitor in tlio city tomorrow. :i Mrs. P. J. GS5 13th Street I Houth, will lie "at home" ou the 4th Wednesday ot each month. will hold another of their popular vhist drives and dances next Thurs- day.- February 24th. in tho K. of P. There will be an executive meeting of the Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. B. at the home ot Mrs. Fred Hick, Wi 6th Street South, at 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. THIS ORGANDIE SUGGESTS SPRING STYLES Among the frocks that are designed for wear at the fashionable resorts are many whose lines anticipate the mode for Spring. This interesting The Thistle Circle will meet with There-, will bo a beautiful spec- dress Is fashioned from a bisque-color ial prize given. A street car after the ed organdie. Narrow binds of the dunce. organdie pipe the quaintly cut sleeves, outline the armholes and neck. The panels on the skirt and bodice are also matie of flat hinds of organdie. These insets are designed so that they look like grill work. The sash, is plcoted Tlie Nursing .Mission are In need I ami is caught be-ueath the hem in the of clothing and especially children's panel manner that is so much in Mrs. A. Lawrie. 1726 5th Avenue A North, on Wednesday arcernoon. boots and shoes. Donations will bo called for in cases where it is uot convenient to have them sent. The Women's-Mlfisionary Society of the United chtfrch will me'et in tho hall on Thursday at 3 o'clock. A full attendance is urged, t.. f WEDDINGS SOCIAL EVENTS 'The home 'of Mr. and Mrs. Ttced Jleredith of Commerce -was the scene of a merry party when a number of their friends surprised them on Fri- day evening. The evening was spent in playing whist, Mrs. iiieruiiitli and Mr. F. Johnston carrying oft first prizes. At. the close a dainty lunch was served. Those present wero Mr. and Mrs. H. TV. Johnston. Mr. anil Mrs. W. M. Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. B. n. Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. John- ston, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cumminga, Mrs. C. A. Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pickering, BROWN A 'quiet -n-sddiug was solaranf Monday evening, February 21, at the borne of the officiating- clergyman, Rev. A. W. It. Whiteman, of Knox church, when Miss Helen Chr'sdnii BKIWI: of Innlsfail and William War- rer. Miller, of Medicine, Hat, w.iro uill'ed In marriage. The bridal were unattended. After the ceremony Mr. ami Mrs. Miller left for Oregon, to be gone about three weeks. Upon their return they will take up their residence in Medicine Hat. voguo. The hat of bright green straw is trimmed with leaves of organdie. kin. China, where she has accepted an important position as librarian with the1 Rockefeller Foundation. Another noted Canadian, Dr. A. D. Macfeallum, formerly administrative chairman for the honorary and advis- ory council for scientiflc and 'Indus- tr'al research, will also iiuu for China -i.t tho same time to engago in chemi- cal work for the Rockefeller Founda- tion. SHORT COURSE NOTES OXO contain the nlu- ablaprotein of tbe They boUd up health and ftrefifth in a remarkable way Better than Beef-tea Intrigue and tbe thrill of high 'adventure. Seniationa! situation that make the blood tingle. Do you like to be ihrilled? Then see "The Hope." Metro's screen vers- ion of the great spectacular Drury Lane melodrama, at the Colonial Theatre'ton Wed- nesday and Thursday! You will tell your friends about it. .The lecture being given by Captain A. IS. Ottewell. director extansion de- partment Alberta Universityj on com- munity work for. women, is one of special interest. No one should miss hearinK this, not only those In attend- ance at the Short Course, but all other ladies of the city. it Nalionalitios arc interesting. Look ut tbls, from the Short Course regis- ter: 1 Swedish, 3 Scotch, 3 Irish. 21T English, H .Canadian, French. American, 1 iffffrsfffrmtfffS, Established 1850. HEINTZMAN CO. MINIATURE UPRIGHT Through this new arid attrac- tive upright model 3-011 can adorn your home with a piano that possesses all tho dclinato and rich and resonant finalities that are characteristic of our larger models, and yet a piano that iu size comes within tlu bounds of moderate expenditure and moderate flpor space. HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED 403 5th. SI. 8. Ltthbrldge Tht name It your Tonight's entertainment consists of an invitation to Colonial theatre for all visiting delegates to the Short Course. ;'f Tlie meals tomorrow are being pro- vided by the Methodist, church. _ a ii exhibit of fancy work will be held tomorrow. The iadtea are asked to bring their work, so that each may obtaiu some new ideas iu this 'line. f.' Wednesday's Program In to nursing. First aid. 11 to The kitchen garden, by Professor1 Hooper Clarosholpi. to- examination of infants continued. 3 to the home. 4 to nursing. General cure of the sick, including'symptoms and care oi' communicable diseases. MISS WIGMORE TO CHINA OTTAWA, Feb. Miss Ethel G. Wlgmoro. daughter oi! fHon. R. WiRmoro, minister of cua- 'toms, will sail on March 10 for Commissioner Lays Plan to Tap Flin Flon Mine Before House E'en. by the provincial government of a railway from Tho Pas to the Fliu Flon mining property at an estimated cost ot is recommended by Prof. R. Wallace, commissioner Cor Northern Manitoba, in a report tabled in the house today Tiy Hon. Edward Brown, provincial treasurer. Construction is to be contingent. I he advises, on the guarantee of the j Flin Flon syndicate that the purchase of the property be proceeded with in March, that the mine and smelter be operated on a basis oC two thousand tons of ore each day and that secur- ity be doposited which will protect the government until the mine and smelt- er ore in operation. Tfe total volume of the ore body is estimated at sixteen million tons by Prof. Wallace, which on a basis of two thousand tons a day would take "7 years to eihimst. 'Five years is the allowed for rail- way construction and development. Failure to provide the transporta- tion would react in -a serious way on northern territory and the develop- ment of the growing mining industry in the province, the report concludes. afraid of those bugauooes that threat. Joned NATION IN EMPIRE IS SEf our freedom, he added. those hart the courage to go out into the open fields of Canadian na- tionhood found, under a. clear eky confidence in their own powers to resist any encroachment upon liberties. their Hon. C. J. Doherty Replies To Hon. R. Lemieux's Speech On Imperial Relations LIMIT IMMIGRATION IN U. S. A. OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian Hun. C. J. Doherty, minister of justire, continued the de- bate on the adrlrcws in tile house this afternoon. He first referred to tlio speech made last night by Hon. It. Lemieux. Mr. Lemieux had In the course of an exchange be- tween the minister of justice and Hon. Mr. Lemieux regarding the appoint- jto IL voice Iu imperial affaire. They i a, at Washington, must he conscious partners with the Doherty said that the statement that Canada, would not he allowed to hare a minister ut Washington was .entitled to be heard and had a right.j in respect to Ontario lists for ilii; plebiscite. If there is much loss of time from tho debate this afternoon, then it ia doubtful if there will be a vote on the addresa or amendment before Friday, unless several members consent to shorten, tho debate, sav'iug up their oratory for later occasions. mother country. British Attitu.de Changes There waa a great difference be- ,5 he said, that there should be an elcc- 1 speal; as nations, the British prime lion, because t .ere was going tu be Illinislal. that tiles. what he called once, and at the n "imperial" them crept course a subject 'N Feb sen-las Mn Dlck CuPPerfield was or the house inmligra- ,to. av.ol.d ot Kins to limit immigration WASHINGTON ate substitute foi tion bill amended to limit immigi into the United States during the next year to approximately S54.000 was passed todny by the senate. GERMANY PLANS DAY OF MOURNING BERLIN, JPeb. national day of mourning for Germany's war dead has been lixcd for March sixth. All will cense on this date and re- ligious and memorial services will ue! sentutive ut Washington, Mr. Dohertv The drift of Mr. Lomienp speech, gaid that tllo Uuitea States stood iu Doherty Kind, to give the 1m- liressioD that tlm efforts of Canada BLAMES NEWSPAPERS FOR HIGH COST LIVING TORONTO, R. Fisher, president of the Ontario Retail Cloth iers' association, at the annual meet- ing here yesterday, stated that the past year has been oiie of tho most strenuous In the history of the retail clothing trade. Bacldei the imposi- tion of the Hilary tax, the course of the board of .commerce and the "oltl clothes and overall" movement, the trade had been affected, he said, by high GOBI of living propaganda PUL out by the newspapers. He claimed that this was done by the to attract more advertising. In justification of before 1'riday night. Much! D. B. Johnston of Ottawa, said if desire to have a. diplomatic repro- wi'l depend ou the amount ot time actual facts had not been given to tht; tween the uncompromising refusal to recognize Canada in 1011, and tho at- titude which Lloyd George adopted iwhcMi Canadian delegates went to the e conference. To those who chal- tne of tha an (imperial confer-'independent nations. The signature mention of the worli lo Ule treatv ou ot tho T. Crept lUtO IIS dfS- I HritiSh Empire w.la unl I th< ivliich Mr. Lferaienx ,mtl untrue. It was entirely for Canada to decide. Many Yet To Speak OTTAWA, Feb. I By Canadian ten names ou the gov- ernment list of probable speakers and a similar number of Liberals, and with the possibility of iivo or six members of the National Progressives wanting to follow the lead of Hon. A. Crerar and voice thoughts in not considered tno debate on the address, members nil the dominions had' of the commons are asking if there was apparently unable to keep out. i it. ilr- Doherty pointed out. [will he a vote on tho MacKenzie Kin? in the direction of achieving tional status .amounted practically to nothing. In his endeavor to estab- lish the position that Canada was merely a colony, Air. Ler.ileux was relation to Canada aa to make more