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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I'KIDAV, FKHIU AHY Mttr THE LE1HBRIDGE DAILY HERAI PAGE KLEVKK MILADI THE PRAIftllS v A A .3. A 4 -fr am ilie Gardens of iho lies- ert, Iheiw The untthoru fluids, aud beautiful, Kor which Ihe speech of England has 1 no TJiu Prairies, t behold them for the first, And my heart swells, while the tll- Utcd aight i Takes'lu the iucireHug vuntneas. Lb! they stretch 1 in airy undulaUoun, far away. 1 AH If the occim in his goutlosL swell Stood still with, all his rouiidod bil- lows flxotl, i And inotionlesB j are- undhuluoil again. The clouds. Sweep over their shadows, aud, be- neuth I Tho surface rolls and fluctuates to (ha i Dark' hollows uumn to glide along and i-huso i Tho sunny ridgti.s." Culltn Kryam. returned lo their having bri.-n in aUumUii'-o at tho Short i I'oui'go. 3 Mr. J. HigiiibotliHiii returned from a short iu Edmonton. Mr. and Urn. (.'.'F. MaddUtV uutl children of Itortli iiig shortly for Trail, h. C.. where-thvy will make their future home." Mr. Mad dick has accepted a position j inanager of the P. Burns Company. i Mrs. Thurslicld of who I has been the guest of Mrs. C. U. How- j man during the Short Course, left for her home today. I j Mr. Will of Calgary. Is the guest of mother, Mrs. Tom Nowton at Uimiicvillo. Mrs. Hewitt, delegate to Short Coiii'sc. and guest of Morris, has returned to her home In Cowley. Mrs. Balkenstelu, who has been en- tertained by Mrs. D. A. Simpson while in attendance at the Short Conine, has roturned to her home at Vale. ff If If Or. Hoy, Mttdamu Valitde will be the KUt-Mt or Mrs. tnu 8mm- iltM-H lu tho Hty for u fow days before leaving io vUir with her brothnr lu KUmuutou, after which will go on to WI tin I pen and Montreal. a EVfNTS 4 4 4 4 4 44 Tho will meet In Knox Banoniont on Saturday morning ;it 1" o clock luKtuitd of o'clock In nf-i lernoou. A meeting of tlu1 executive uf the Young .People's Ulblo will ba i hold in the hull tonight at 8 p.m. All i rnumbers of tho class are Invited to tills meeting. Tho (i. I. A. hold their monthly social meeting and handkerchief.: bhower at tho home of Mrs. AV. A. Sin- clair. 805 Cfh St. S.. next Monday af- ternoon at S o'clock. All members are .inked to attend. i Another delightful 'lance is being j given by tin: (J.W.Y.A. on Tuesday cv-i etiing in the U.W.V.A. hall. The Blue Ulrd orchestra will be hi attendance.j The'C. P. R. Social and Athletic! Club are holding another of their pop-1 ular dances in the Masonic hall to; night. All preparations have been j made to make the dance its usual sue-I cess. The visiting soldier i wives are to be their guests thin, oven-j Daily Fashion Bjr Bcrntnrd H A i: .PERSONALS Mi's, Binning "who lias been seriously ill in the Van Haarlem Hos- l pitiil, is progressing favorably. Mrn. E. J. Sehl loft this afternoon fur a short visit In Calgary, Brig.-Geueral Stewart, M. L. A., i came down from Edmonton this moru- injj and will be iu the city over the ivodk-eiid. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES I .Mrs. U. McG, Young recuived yes- terday for the first time since coming to the city. The rooms were made pretty and spring-like by the addition of quantities of daffodils and narcissus aud many friends look tins opportun- ity of calling. Mrti. Young waa assist- ed by MuKlnuon and Mrs. Fetter- Jy. i CROWN PRINCE BETROTHED Mr. and .Mrs. .Wilbur MeKenzio 1 have returned from u three mouths vinit in Calitomia. Ur. and Mrs. Dixoti who have 1 Hie guests of Mr. aud IVlra. S. .T. Shep- licrd retui-netl yesterday to their home in Medicine Hat. Mr. -Adams of Vancouver, who ;was a visitor iu the cfty for a few idnys this week, has returned to the Rev. Leacock of Taher is a viiitor iu Calgary. Mrs.' Nelson of Grasxy anrl Jfrs. Webber of the place. Muciaiim Valade was holiesK ut a duinty hinclieon ut nortn yesterday, when fills' ftiw intimate frienda prior to leaving the city. Madame Valau? received the guests In an attructive gowu of black geor- gettfi wifli violets. Corers were laid I for sii, the tablo beiuy beautified with vtolfits and tulips. During the tea- hour tho 8ame afternoon Madame Val- ade WAS at home great number i of friends. Miss Morris iuvited to tile tea fooai when; Mrs. .Dowslev poured aud Atrs. Trenholme Dickgon cut the ioea. I-randaome pihk added oliurm to Ihe toa-room. where ihe was artistically centred with A handsome basket of doublo tulips in nulelt nlnk, fern leaTfts tracing a dainty pattern on lace cloth. The assistants were Mias Koy. Miss Corinne Roy and Miss Parkinson. 1 Though tearing the residence of j BERLIN1, Pob. Krease Zoi- tuug aunouticBs the betrothal ot' for- mer Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bav- aria and Princess Antoinette of Lux- emburg.- A former engagement be- tween the former crown prince and princess was broken off after the revolution in Bavaria. j Princeen Antoinette Is one of live .sisters of the Grand Duchess Marie Adelaide. Sho was born in 1S99. Rup- preoht commander of the Ge.r- man ou the northeni front iu west theatre of tho war. He Is a widower and 53 years old. HENNA BUVETYN ENLIVENS BLACK SATIN Black is veiy; popular at tliis time and the accouipuiiying iilustnition ahowa a charming dress fashioned from bliicU clmrmetiac. U enlivened, however, with sonic- henna duvetyn. On tlifi bodice this is pet in at one side. On the skirt tho honna duvefyn is cut iu narrow strips, which are lin- ed in black cuurmeusu aud haug U'oo trum under.tho belt. The channeuse ia prettily draped on the opposite side of iho skirt. Very attractive is thti decoration heavy buttonhole stitch. This is perhaps seen to lieot advan- tage ou the luit'fs which are evolved from heiiim duvetyn. SHORT COURSE NOTES j y j j Delegates to the Short Course urn lit. ding-their stay in the city no !ant, that the majority of them are1 remaining over until tomorrow. The ladios were guesU at the King's Theatre on Wednesday evening, en- joying the amateur tfttrrornwnci! vory thorouKhly. The entertainment this oyenlus Bists of an invitHtioii from the C. P. R. Social and Athletic Club to attend their dunce In tno Masonic Hall. Drs. Leech. Campbell and Galbraith uiidtQIist: Shorrer have huen the local lecturers during the; short Thfl -eveiling meal, which wa? sai'v- j ed by the ladies of the Presbyieriau church last evening, took the form of a fare-well 3Trs. .McKillop address- ed the delegates in a very interesting way, uncl Mrs. Walters of Lundbreck responded for the delegates atatine hov, much they were uujoying their visit in the city. LOWEST SPRING PRICES Continue in Evidence Throughout the Entire Store In every department can be seen here and there forecasts of what the spring fabrics and apparel are to be. Our entire stock is re-priced to the tune of present wholesale values. Crisp and New Voiles, Organdies, Ginghams and Chambrays from the east in an immense showing, pre- senting checks, stripes, plaids and flowered designs in all the latest colors and color combinations; widths 36 and 40 inches wide. 69c lo Per yard -v .Voiles, Per yard T WJ wtttt heathy, sturdy children, th food IjMtonffpivvidM'lhs nouruluBtDt, will refuse milk wheo k It weniMi M Mi heilth. Gire him Coco, ind it, ind gen fir man oi requisite oonriihowat tfasn he would io glou ot milk. iapiMdt, it prepared J of the ind the mother tw day. is helpi SWAN'S lYY.tdfi .rf'. E Jury Returns Verdjct Favorable to 'John Ibey in Lemon Exintct Case j 'After about twenty minutes' ilolilj- eiYtlou, the jury in tho Ibey case, shortly after six. returned a verdict of "Not Guilty." and the accuaail who stood charged with the bribery ot a witness in thn cuso in which lie was prosecuted and convicted at Cardatou on January 2Sth last, of tolling lemon extra'ct to an Indian, was discharged. Tiie Indian. Rullng-at-tho-Boor, gave avidenco on iho same lines as the Indian Crying Head. John Iboy went into the witness stand and clnposod to not able to liulian. as by tin; witness, Crying Mead that ho could. All he know of tho Blk'pkfoot tongue was H few words. Ho stated that the j two Indians came into his store and I inadu a proposition that. ho should give them hut when 'he Inferred that this was nifiani; 30 tltat they should give ovidonco that the lemon extract was honsht from another white man ho had nothing to do with the request. He, however, said that ho had lent the Indians on thn plea put up by tliem that they wanted the money to Kive a white man so that ho could pay the fines of two Indians who had boon convicted af the harracks. This disposes of the last, jury caso on docket. Further Cases The cases yet lo conio 'before the court arc that of Robert Bagloson of AVarner. with' unlawfnily wotinding. This is the caao in which the late Romeo Uariteau, of the R.c. M.P.. was stabbed in the early morn- ing on the prairie. On the applica- tion of C. .F. Harris, counsel for the I, tile case was held over until Saturday, to allow of a female wit- ness from Calgary to be present. Thfi case, of Owlllim of Albion Ridge is proceeding. That of vs Prank of Alaci'aib. charged with do- ing srlovoim Imdil) harm, is still to heard. Thai, qj1 Hex vs Tracy has b'ten dropped by the crown in the tailnro of the accused to he present ami in the consideration that, having made ,-rood Ihe damage he caused, he was under tho impreanion that In do- ing this he WHS exonerated from fur- ther appearance in the court1. His whereabouts are unknown. The charge againBt Tracy was one of malicious injury for jlrstroyhig ;t stove and other property of k Chinaman at .Cnolbursl. Cattle-Stealing.Cite In the caye of .1. T. C. (Iwllliiti of Albion ftidge, he. stands cliurged In that he; at or near Alhlon did tile month of N'ovemiter, Specials for Saturday Morning's Early Shoppers From 8.30 to 12.00 a.m. Fresh Eggs, per dozen...............ssc Peamealed per lb......70c' Side Bacon, sliced; per lb............7Qc Choice Creamery Butter; lb........ ,S8c Onions, cooking; 10 Ibs. for.........25c Sugar, per 20 Squirrel Peanut Butter; per lb. j40c Blue Ribbon Tea; per lb.............S5C Kellog's Cornflakes; 3 pkgs..........3Sc Our regular 65c fresh ground per lb........................, goc The only ASHCROFT POTATOES in the city; large, dry and mealv. A A Per 100 ONLY A F6W SACKS LEFT. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY. PHONES 313 AND 1513. Now Is the Best Time To Choose Men's Hats while t.he assort- ment is lop-HOtcli and every line is fresh and new. It. will he to yotor nil- vantage to purchase your spring hat in makes such as Stet- son, King and Buiclc- ley. All sizes in Prices, and "PRINCE OF WALES- PLUSH HATS Brown and Green Plush Hats that were made popular by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, are to be greatly in vogiiie this spring. Worth fl> -j A 315. New price 1U.UU MEN'S WORK GLOVES RE-PRICED All Men's Work Gloves are reduced. including all the heat makes 20 PER CENT. LESS. Clarke's Lined Horsehide uloves; .No. 1. Worth Iteadjust- -i p meut price Clarke's Uuliiied Horsehide Gloves; iVo. 1. Worth, 00. Readjust- mem price RUBBERS FOR THE YOUNG AND OLD "Prevention is better than your shoes and feet dry during the muddy spells. We have rubbers for all the family at very reasonable prices. Ladies' Rubbers; sizes 1 to 4.. ,75c j Children's Rubbers; per pair... .8Sc Men's Rubbers specially priced; i Children's Knee Rubber Boots; per pair........ to Misses' and Boys' Rubber Boots to nuBtlmqj) fiefl unlawfully steal a red heifer in which, laundry Keller had a special inter- est. The animal which belonged lo a party unknown, iiad strayed, ami was with tlie herd of Keller, and was sub- sequently killed, The accused is de- fended by A. (i. Virtue, and I lie case; is now proceeding. from homes with infectious could he done with perfect The boiling and the Ironing' clothes was a perfect sanitation alnst tlie communication of any dls- GREECE WILL SAY ATHENS. Keb. IH uudsr- stood that Britain and "France have to the Greek government for bond guaranteeing eight hundred million francs which the allies ad- vanced to Greece during the war ,ami that the Greek government will grant this request by pledging to the allies customs receipts, state revenues ami other eonceseioiiH. MOOSE ,IAW. Fob. 24. With iOO per cent, attendance, of re- presenting oiLy- betwcon Port and the Hockies. the wortt hdiliidrymens' as.nnrin- Uon'.s sixth aniiniil convention opened liPre tlifs inoniing. L. J, Rum ford of Winnipeg presiding. The doloRates wore welroired by Mayor Dr. R. f f. Hfnitli and (.he reports of (.lie execii- fi officers sfcowed ihe ;iasoctititlon lo lit; in an exepJloiit ponitlon J-joth Hnan- ciiHIy and us lo mnmborahip, hiteroKtlnff addrosses worn, given by L. Slade of Roglnu; W. M. Ken- nedy of l-'orl WIlHum. tinrl TtiomuK Murrav of Medicine Hal. The IV-iilim; nf the mni'iiini; session I wits ihe on sunitjitloii by Ur. H. M. Huyley. mcdlcnl health o'mcer of thta cit.y. Dr. Bayloy trHcet! the projtreHK sanitation HIM) usHtired ihe that ilu- handling uf t ;