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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, tlttt THE LETHBK1DGE IJAILY KERATj) PAGE MILADI HOSTESSES Jlrs. P. J. 635 15th Street Boutii, will bo homo on the fourth Weiiuosdav of each moutli. T Mrs. H. McO. Youug, llth St. South. will bo at home tomorrow and tlm fourth Thursday of each month. PERSONALS 4 Mr. 11. U. Mordeu and Mrs. Monton (senior) havo returned from 'Calgary vdiero they spent several days. Miss McKinnon, of the S. S. B.. Edmonton, returned last evening to hoadquarters after giving lectures and demonstrations at the Short Course. Master Gordon Maxwell is ill in ItUi Rail hospital, having undergone 'ah: operation there. Mr. Clark, field supervisor S. S. B., has been in the city for a few Iriay.s, hay returned to Medicine Hat. tt Mrs. 6. Covoll has returned from a visit lu Calgary. 0 3 Mrs. B. Reid, who is ill in Gall lios- iPital.'fs' doing a's'wbll as 'can be ei- pocted. Mr. W. Hoult has just returned I from the coast aii'd taken a position ;TTlth the P. Lund Co. For several (years Mr. Hoult was a resident of I Southern Alberta, being au employee ;tif .Becker and Yates. Mrs. Hamilton, who. has been resid- ing on 5th Avenue South, has left for ;a short visit in Idaho. -t Mr. George Hadlsy-Roberts was a visitor In the city for a few days last with his sister, Mrs. YV. P. Roy, ien route to Coutts.: Mr. has just passed suceessfullyyhis iexamination in the Air Course which Ilia has becu unending at. Camp Bor- 'den. o f Mr. Clendemiing of Vulcan and Mi'. Metge of Macleod. field supervisors S. S. B.. arc visitors tu the .Qlty, in connection with the sbqrt .course. :Mre. Motge of Macleod accompanied !ler husband. Mr. Perry, supervisor In the Lethbrtdge district, Is also 'assisting In connection the non- aVventiou. .The general public should mako an effort to attend two very excellent lectures that are being given tomor- row. At 2.30 Captain Ottewell of the "University of Alberta is speaking on community work for women, and in 'tho evening at 8 o'clock in is giving an illustrated lecture oil "The Canada of Tomorrow." V C SOCIAL EVENTS charge In' composed of Musdamtw V. Neavo. 11. Little. I'oacocl; and Messrs. J. V. Fowler, S. Wation and A. Mji Dupon. 1 Mra. W. fl. Tom was hostess at a moat delightful BlelgUinis party last evening. After H merry vide the guests repaired to the home of Mrs. Tom where they enjoyed au oyster auplper. The remainder of the even- ing was agreeably spent In music, dancing and -cards. The following guests were present: Mr. ami Mrs. Gao. Dtxou. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cottam. Mrs. Murp'hy, Miss McClelland, Dr. McClintlock, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. Tom. Mr. Tom. Miss A. Da- vidson, Mr. Martin, Miss Ahron, Mr. Ahren, Miss M. Smith. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o St. Patrick's Ladies' Aid will meet for sewing iu the Convent tomorrow at 3 o'clock. Tho Thistle Sewing Circle are holding one of their popular Scotch dances on Friday the 25th. to Burs- manu's 'Hall. The regular meeting of the W.M.S. of Wesley church has been postponed until Monday afternoon at 3.30 on ac- count of the Short Course for Sold- iers' wives being, given, there. The A.Y.P.A.. of St. Augustiu's church will meet at 8 o'clock tomor- row night in St. Augustin's hall. Mem- bers are asked to make a special ef- fort to be on hand us a full attend- ance is desired. i The regular meeting, of Dominion RebeUah Lodge No. 41 will be held on Thursday evening in the Oddfel- lows' hall. Degree will be conferred. Visiting members welcome. The Women's Missionary Society of tho United Church will meet ill the, hall on Thursday at 3 o'clock. A full attendance is urged. I i SHORT COURSE NOTES The officers anil members oC Do- minion Kebekah Lodge No. 41 are en- tertaining at a dance in the Masonic hall this evening. The committee in Daily Fashion ?J HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED High-Grade and Weber? Pljnos ind .from up. Atl Piinos are guaranteed. or for 403 St. 8. PHONE M2. Meals. for tomorrow will be in charge oE the Presbyterians. A few delegates are still continu- ing to arrive. 4 The babies having been disposed of, a clinic for women, was held this afternoon by Dr. Campbell at bla. office. t Many pretty pieces of fancy work have been brought in by the delegates, on display ior today at Wes- ley Hall. This eicellent little innovation at the course, has been of interest to many women, uud lias re- sulted In the interchange of uiuny ideas along this line. Thursday's Program 10 to "Home by Mr. J. McDonald, Ray- mond -school of agriculture. 11 to "Home Dairying." 2.30 to A. E. Ottewell, director extension department. Alberta University, will lecture on community work for women. 3 to through local cream- eries, lectures on sterilizatiou and pasteurization of milk; cream test- ing; milk .sUipping.._........... S to 10, platform man, superintendent of S. S. B., Nor: them Alberta. Southern Alberta, Mr. Thos. Smith. Illustrated .lecture, "Canada of Mr. A. E. Otteirell. ,COUPON REPORT The quarterly report of the Royal Crown and Magic Baking Powder cou- pon collection for the travellers' Aid. 2513, 'Central 245S, Westminster 1139, Individuals fi50, outstda points 4481, a total o! Magic Baking? Powder collections for two quarters: Fleetwood school 70S, individuals 105; outside'' points 595, 0 total of 1405. A O A 0: BABY CLINIC IS A POPULAR PLACE tf .j. Dropping in at tho clinic being held at the Nursing Mission In connection witb the short course yesterday after- noon, Miladi found a happy crowd of youngsters, all decked out in their birthday suits and waiting tholr turn next. Seated in their motlier's laps, around a weighing basket, a measur- ing tape, and Miss Davidson, they disported themselves gleefully, a hap- py, care-free crowd, the high cost of Hvtug at present a thing unknown. Miss Davidson, public health nurse, of Edmonton, was busy measuring, weighing, charting and advising. This proceeding finished, baby was taken into the neit rooni to be further'ex- amined by Dr. Campbell. The mother ia given a card, with all facts care- fully recorded, and bulletins of help- ful advice. This is one department of the cowrae that has parl.iciil'arly appealed to the mothers, who are very n'nx'ious to find out It baby Is up to sUudard. and who are only too willing to accept In fact, one mother re- marked yesterday that nhe wouldn't eomo in, only she wwited to EVERYDAY NECESSITIES AT YOUR OWN PRICES Convincing Prices in the Dress Goods Section 0 v AQ_ Hemmed Cotton Sheets, Pair A most useful Mheet at a reasonable .price, full bed size, guaranteed to give good wear. Usual price ?3..riO uair. Adjustment d> Price, pair Nurie Cloth for 98c Uxtra grade cloth, comes in saxe blue only. The nest grade possible for uniforms, liouso dresses, boys' blouses, etc. llcgular ?1.25. Adjustment price, yard Twill Flannelette for 59c Extra fine grade Imported Twill Flannelette. Nothing better can be had for pyjamas, etc. Three pieces only, in neut stripe effects; colorings pink am! blue; absolutely uo filling. Regular ,75c. Adjustment price, yard DUG Navy Sergei in Great Variety Splendid qualities in Imperial Navy Serges: Every- price from the medium grade to the most expensive Botany in stock here. All these serges show a reductien. of 25 per cent, from former and Lovat Heather Tweeds, Yard Very smart Heather Tweeds, with plain check design. Would make a smart and nae -wearing skirt or suit. Was 14.75. Adjustment nr price, J. I 3 Hoyle's Prints, Reg. 59c, for 45c Genuine English Prints, in dark colors only. Guaranteed perfectly East dye; assorted designs; 31 inches wido. Regular iittc. Adjustment M p pricey yard ,......i The absence of throughout this store is conspicuous owing to the replacement values having been put on all many cases before any depre- ciation in wholesale prices. We are now prepared to give you the best of service possible and dollar for dollar invested in this store. Gaiety Abounds in the New Spring Frocks NEW DRESSES FOR SPRING in all their attractiveness, revefal- ing pleated skirts, and Redingote tops over Duchesse silk founda- tions, daintily trimmed with but- ton, braid and novelty effects also cord or narrow belts. Prices SPRING SUITS WITH THE CHIC OF GOOD TAILORING IN THEIR LINES Dashing new spring suits in a de- lightful showing of various quali- ties of serge and tricotine profuse- ly embroidered and trimmed with silk braid and but- tons. The coat is of narrow belted effect with shawl collars, while the skirt is of a decidedly plain style. Priced "p to Men's Wear At Prices To Suit Remember, ail our winter fndenvear Is reduced to prices that are worth while. Stau- ileld, Watson and tee; all reliable firms. Stanflehl's Combina- tion; heavy rib. Worth Readjust- ment Price Worth Readjust- Worth JS.OO. Readjust- WATSON'S COMBINATION 4 MEDIUM WEIGHTS Worth Readjust- Wortb ?5.00. ment Cft roent (1ft price Leather Goods and Trunks AE Moderately Priced Fibre covered STEAMER TRUNK, with fibre'. Inter- lining; studded panels; good lock and bolts, and double- paint dowels, with tray, previous price o iteuljiiitment price 3 Canvas covered STEAMER TRUNK, heavy elm slats with' protectors: two wide straps; with tray; iJtt ijncli size. Previous price Readjustment price A A v Drown Leather SUITCASE, scalloped binding, largo corners; extra iide straps; 2S inch size: cloth lining: with pocket. price Readjust- Q ment price........................... in-icc; Readjustment price..................... price Jleudjnstment 'price All other SUITCASES and CLUB BAGS reduced the same proportion' to conform to spring prices. Canvas covered full size TRUNKS, heavy steel binding; two heavy straps; good lock and bolts; two trays; 38 inch size. Previous price J Aft Readjustment price ......................W It.UU SAME QUALITY TRUNK aa above, only smaller size; one tray. Previous price til Readjustment price ----...................w 1 av" OTHER LINES WITH SIMILAR REDUCTIONS. Worth (8.50. Readjust- ment tC 7C price ,T CEETEE PURE WOOL COMBINATIONS A Worth Readjust- Worth UO.OO. Readjust. nrica price Worth ment price I alO MEN'S ODD WORK PANTS We hare a .wonderful selection of Men'i Work pants, Iu tweeds, inacfcinaw cloth, and cor- duroy. All full size in. leg. Readjustment price............ Mackinaw Readjustment price HgwBon'B ?9.95- Readjustment 4irice........... 58.50 Grocery Specials for Thursday ASHCROFT POTATOES We have only a few of those large, dry and meuly Ashcrot't Potatoes left. Procure yours while Ao A A they last.- Special, per 100 Ibs. Flour; per 98-lb. Blue Ribbon Tea, per Ib. .55c. Onions, per 100 Sugar, 20-lb. sack............... Lard, 10-lb. Tangerine Oranges, per dozen LETTUCE, CELERY AND GRAPEFRUIT FRESH DAILY. NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY. PHONES 313 and 1513. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPTS. INCCrtPORATED GET IT AT THE "BAY" Have baby looked over. And so no rnotber has neglected tho opportun- ity offered her in this branch of. the short course. COMPLEXION AND COLOR ONTARIO LEGISLATURE WILL ADOPT MEASURE FOR RURAL CREDITS Colors wliltrh have so much to do one's appearance are now no longer i-hosbii according Lo age, us our mothers and grandmothers were prone to do. No color limit, no Innl jind.fftaL rulea before and after thirty in this age and oral On coni.-ry, Ihe rauye is unlimited and ever vary- ing, tho necessary thing being know, your typo and then to know colors as applied to yourself. A girl with delicate coloring aud transparent t-kiu should choose tints rather than colors lest she detract from the delicacy of nature's endow- ments, whereas tho girl with the clear olive skin and auiiiusseu- curnpiexiun can wear the vivid and intense colors that challenge ber own. Yellows, ochre and greens call for a very clear skin, 'Whereas red and its derivatives lend a glow that is nattering, as do also tho warmer fjahadea of purple. Tho eterwtl blue and iji'ecn color scheme for the rod-haired sirl at Jaat given way tu a range of colors in perfect harmony or strongly contrast- ing running Ihe gamut from a pale and faint pink to brilliant orange, which veil oftteU the rmre coloring; of hair, which Uia majority of us, alas, arc no'. with. TOHOXTO. l-'ub. enable Hon. Manning Doherty to make an early departure for England, the legis- lature spent lust evening in considera- tion of tho of rural credits. After thron hours discussion the house approved the principle of the scheme and voted in favor of the motion, standing in Mr. Doherty's name, pro- viding for sotting aside for the pnrnliasi! bonds to IIP. isKiinil by the agricultural dorelopfiient board. A second reading was given the bills providing for short and long term loans and also to the bill which cov- ers the financing of the same. MONSIGNOR DOUGHERTY, PHILADELPHIA, CARDINAL ROME, Feb. Osservatoire I Romano, the organ of the Vatican, published the official an- nouncement that the coming secret consistory will be held March 7 and the public consistory March 10. The following cardinals, the newspaper adds, will be created: Monsignor Dennis ,1. Dougherty, archbishop of Philadelphia; Monsig- nor Fruucisco Vidal Barnzciuer, arch- i bishop of Tarragona; MoiiHlgnor .fuun limilloch V. Vivovo, archbishop of Burgos. Spair; Monsiszcr Karl Schulle. archbishop of Cologne; Mon- signer Michael von Faulhaber, arch- bishop of Munich, Monsignor Francesco Ragonusi, papal nuncio ad- ministered. FRENCH WARSHIPS FIRE ON BOLSHEVIK CONSTANTINOPLE. Feb. 23, French destroyer.1: cruising ulong the eastern coast of the Black Sea. have been engaged with soviet forces at Gagry, a miles northwest of Sukhun-Kale. Reports, received here state the Bolshevik lost, heavily from the (in: of the I'n.'Ucil Tlflis appear.- to bo i.tlll In the bauds of the have, however, quite heavy lossos-. Oispatchrs received in this I'ity state thut ad- vance of the eleventh soviet army i against Tifils has been been disavow- I ed by the Rolshcvlk Bovernment In SOFT DRINKS AND PRAYER BOOKS POOR AD WASHi'NOTON, Feb. drinks, prayer books and hymnals In i the saloons of United States ships fill the passenger lists, K. F. Blulne, Seattle chamber of commerce, declared at a United States Shipping Hoard conference on trado routes to the Orient which is in progress here. Mi-Utah and Japanese interosts are putting' bigger am! fastnr ships into service from Vancouver to the Far Kant. Mr. Blaliiu said, and the hoard "must not only call, but has got to i raise once In a in the gtmc for passenger traffic if it wantB I patronage. TAKE GERMANS A8 OVER DEVASTATED AREAS to The Frank- furter Zeitung, the French authori- ties have bit upon a unique plan to convince influential Germans, such as high officials, and members of parliament, of Germany's moral duty to make good the devasta- tion caused by the war. The French government is sending invitations to such persons to visit, as the guests of France, the devastated districts which they may reiob. by train, while automobiles will there be placed at tbe visitors' service. The authorities of seteral German cuies liiivu already received letters from the Allied Rhineland High Com- mission asking for the names of per- sons who are willing to accept tke iu- vitatlou. ITALIAN COMMUNISTS MAKE DEMONSTRATION LOJvDON, Feb. at- tempted a display of all their forces' throughout Italy on Monday during Nationalist .demonstrations which oc- curred during the day, says a Cen- tral News dispatch from Rome. At. Dai-', a city on the east coast of Italy. two extremist deputies were wounded by the Nationalists, and a general strike was declared. A communist demonstration failed, at to the interruption of Deputy a Bolshevik who was escorted by I'M carabineers. A Hory las it llal m of coffw. SM in: t ad 2 tl'lmlt, jraonn irfiH TimiMfr ftrcolttir me. CHAM A f AMBOHtl, ;