Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
'ITttJHSDAV, KEBfiUAHY THE LETH13RIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI OAD DAD! Whtit n matter thy bimiueas cures ui' day? Tito troubles tliat moot nw on Uio way? 'J'lio trials and crossos ot duily lifo? The hiiKtlo uiiU bustlo, Uie stress auii strife? 1 loiivc thoni :iil unil homeward bend, liitout on reaching the journey's end. 1 open tlio door with a hcurt that Is glad, a hhoy's voice calls to me: "Dad, There's a laughing "face thai is full of fun, Aiul little legs that want to run. Tell me, wliu could be weary .or aad. With this baby-greeting of: Dad, I wonder 1C. in years face, When the childhood duys have gone Will this buby, now tasting the good so .that the evening was most enjoyable from start to finish. The Blue Bird orchestra fur- music, dainty refreshments being served at midnight. The com- mittee in charge was composed of Mesdames V. Neave, n. Little and O. Peacock, and Messrs, i: P. Fowler, I S. Watson aud A, K. Dupeu. Mr. and W. L. McKenaio were agreeably at their .home, last evening by a party of merry-mak-1 ers. The occasion was the hirthday of both Mrs. AV. L. McKenala and Mr. G. AV. Allison, and tho self-invited i guests proceeded to celebrate In due i style, creating much merriment by the I presentation of birthday gifts of de- cidedly original choice, among them specially purchased "diamonds" and 'cut glass." The of or- i :hids and large chrysanthemums pro-1 duced another gale ot mirth. twelve couples were present, progres- sive whiKt fotmiat Uie. main part of the evening's entertainment, tile wln- .ners of the ladles' prizes, being Mrs, John Livingstone and Mrs. Ridpath and of the gentlemen Mr. Kldpath and Mr. Cope (consola- The remainder of the evening was agreeably spent in" dancing. Mrs. R. W. Long Mrs. C. Allwood were in charge of the 'refreshments. yh Luwre ijit w ui V was a visitor iu tho city yesterday. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES J ff 4 Miss Jackson, of tho school of agrl- Walter B. Askew and Marian Isadora both of Nobleford, Alta.. were joinoil in the holy bonds of matrimony, nev. C. B. Craig officiating. PAGE ELEVKW j i n SEASONABLE GOODS AT PRICES New Unfoldings of Spring fabrics and Day YOU CAN SHOP NOW WITH CONFIDENCE IN THE FACT THAT OUR PRICES HAVE BEElv NEWEST WHOLESALE VALUES OF SPRING MERCHANDISE. Every-day Needs for Ladies and Children CORSETS Corset, suitable for ath- letic wear, made of strong pink coutil. with wide elastic Insert at side. Sizes '-'1 to 27. Regular jneut GOSSARD BRASSIERES Gossard Bandeau Bras- sieres, in pink and white basket weave, and poplins, front and back closing, tape aud elastic shoulder straps. Priced at Rompers and Dresses for the Little Tots Little girls' dresses of fine quality cliBdlcnrl gingham, trimmed with plain colored chanibrays and .white pio.ii' .Sizes 2 to 6 years. Price r! ROMPERS Rompers for strong' iiard wear, made nf good washing striped and plain chain, brays, bloomer" knee, and drop seat Sizes 1 to 5 years. i pA Price J1.ZO Cretonnes for the Home Beautiful This is your opportunity to procure the very best of good serviceable Cretonnes reveal- ing 35 patterns and designs in light and 'dark colorings and also the ever-popular shadow effects, in widths from 30 to 36 inches wide. Extra special, per yard Advanced Showing, of Latest American Dainty and fresh are these beautiful Voiles and Organdies received from the greatest American centres. Among these are seen the large and small floral patterns and dainty silk stripes in light and dark colors, in widths 36 to 40 inches wide, at moderate prices. On display this week. MEN'S WEAR AT RIGHT PRICES MEN'S DRESSY SHIRTS Lounge Shirts for men, in beautiful prints, oxford shirting, and silks; all washing colors. Worth Readjustment price, Worth Readjustment price Worth Readjustment price, Worth .silk only. Readjustment "CARSS MACKINAWS" Wti need not explain the quality, us Uie 'Carss" ia sufficient. All sizes from 24 to 4S. Worth Readjustment. Worth Readjustment. Worth Readjustment. SO KIDDIES' COVERALLS An of Coveralls for knock- aliont wear for kiddies, in hlno and srey striped hard-wearing galatea. A -i c f Regular ?4.00, for Jtl.Dj ACCORDING TO AttractivePricesin Ladies' Shoes LADIES' OXFORDS Here are splendid values in real serviceable oxfords with military walking heels, aud valued up to A groat variety of sizes and widths. These must go to al- low room for new spring foot- wear. Specially priced at............. LADIES' PUMPS With the increasing popularity ot Hi front aud Strai) Pumps this season, it will pay you to procure a pair for afternoon or eveninc wear. T.wo nr aud fjp LADIES' SPATS A good assortment ot sizes unit colors. Priced to GET A PENCIL BOX FOR THE LITTLE ONES, FREE ONE GIVEN AWAV WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF CHILDREN'S SHOES. BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES 20% LESS Shoes such us "Tho "Tredrite" and "Chums" brands are all going at u 3D par cent, reduction. MEN'S CAPS AT HALF. PRICE Men's Caps An assort- ed lot of Men's IVeed Caps all going at HALF, PRICE. MEN'S BATH ROBES Thin showing Includes many pretty rteslsns of Imported tweeds. in colors of brown, tan and xr Regular 580.00. for in ami crey. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPTS. INCORPORATED GET IT AT THE "BAY" A LACE-TRIMMED SUIT FOR SPRING All. iulerestine trimming of. heavy Hrlng colored lace lends Individuality lo this ellit of blue tricotlne. Tho very pleasing In for it the Dircctoire influence in its n-atgtltne. Lace ia inserted on Ihe draued girdle well IM on the I ides of the skirl. The .jacket U ro.nvliilacnnt of those worn by the pk- lurOTcnioly attirwl hull-ltghters of The slec-vi-s are lined with bait gray satin. The high bor- with lace, (i draped Ihout the A bemfflKl Iccentpenies thin iroatlon which ia lumpleted with i rough straw hat. speaker. Mr. Jlcllroy will alw. give tho laundry-by Miss Jackson, an address. Tho meeting will' com- mence at 8 o'clock and will reded hy thirty mlnntes" cmumunity singing led by Mr. ami Hrj. Frank AVaddinston. Friday's Program 10 to on sewing and use of patterns and by A. M. Jackson, achool of aBriculture, Clareshohu. 11 to lecture hy Miss llottmi. R. B. H., Calgary. ami lecture on Tho billowing luilies displayed fancy work' at ilie oxhihit iiold yes- terday: Mrs. Balkenstcin. Infants' knitted j wool bootees. j .Mrs. Barnoft. l.'iiithcd wool sweutor. CHU aud Mrs. Bohmer. baby'a ilrcfis and UH- dorslip trimimul with tilst crochet lace; infants' filet crochet jacket and bootees. Mrs. Fowler, crochet centro doilies and Mrs. ilarhuiil, tied anuAdyed silk SHORT COURSE NOTES Captuin Ottewoll was the principal speaker at today's sessions of the Short Course. Luncheon will hn served Jiy'ilie 1.at i ter .Day Saint-; tomorrow, and tii ..i minis meal will he chargu tf iho i Uaptlats. Mayor Hurdle will preside ui eellng this ovenlnK, at whlcn Cap- tain Ottewtli will hu It joint o! beet to make a Bottle of Bovril BOVRIL Never Profiteered Has not changed since 19IU Price SAIM Quality Quai.tity scurf. Mrs. Edgar, yold rhreud i.-nibroidor- ed mantol drape and tfia cosy madi? by Indian soldier, also siik embroid- Long: Echoes seci'etary. Mrs. J. II. Da Wolfe educational, Miss .loan Jackson; standard bearer, Mrs. J. O. uiiiutii SOIUIIT, ;nso S1IK cmorolll- ,.r. ereil tea cosy and slippers made by I councillors, Mrs. A. K. Me- British soldier, the properly of Mrs. R- ,v-, Mrs. W. Kdgar, Maclcod. ''H- fCarherry, Mrs. A. C. "'ith nkvl i Murdoch'. Mrs.'o' Raiej8, Urn- crochet yoke. iWrs. Iloiuerii. imir of linen pillow- slips with knitted lacw. cotton carnlgole with crochet yokj. nislit dress, notj. houiloir cap with i. rochet lace. Mrs. Ryan, knitted wool bootees. 1 Mrs. Scott, filul crochet end ami j wash table scarf with crnrhiU i-tuls. I Mrs, Terry, Iliet crochet collar, doiluy. OFFICERS ELECTED FOR I ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I The fullnwlug ulllcors wore t'U'ctal I fur I !H! coming year ;tl, [lie rocciit :u.'- mull of llic .Sir .Mn.xaiiilcr 1 (lull. 1. O. Mrs. K. Ainsworlh; first vico-regcrit. Mrs, K. A. lOwerl; second vica-ruKmit. Mrs. .1. 10. Tyrrlll; secretary, Mrs. H. .1. treasurer. Mrs. W. II. De- flc.ruoti. Mrs. II. Tuffs. Tho reports of committees will an. pear in a later issue. CUBAN SUGAR FINANCE HAVA.VA, sugar li.i mice coinmiasion which will handle Ihe forthcoming sugar crop, has en- tered upon Us official existence-. j Seventy-five per cent, ot the growers aro stated to have signified their in- tention of disposing of their crops I through the commission. Delicious in the Cup. "SALADA1 no equal for quality and flavour. H you have not tried Mad ui a, pott card lor a free itatlag the price you now pay and II you Black, Green or Mixed Tea.