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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 30, LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1224 MILADI Daily Fashion A PLBA I lace iroin their ranch near Mill: i Illvur. Mr. and Miu .1. Campbell Alrd j who have hvin visitiuK with the lat- 1 tfer, hive also ruturneil to the city. My life .is what I it, good or ill. k .Let me forever know and ht- still.: 1 would not to deslinr nr j The failures that are mine, or ovtr-j rate j Those fruitless rasilx But looking on this life as but -A gra 1 would with contrite spirit strongly strive To let what there is in roc sur- vive. iVivisp lAramore, Leslie Weekly.) PERSONALS Miss Elsie Fowler has returned from Taber and is spending the week- end in the city. Mrs. M. L. Horn left yesterday to visit her stater in Red Deer. Mrs. Tom LhtvidBon of Kipp was a visitor in the city today. Mr. and -Mri. .Alex. Smitfl have re- turned from Saskatoon where they attended tbs funeral of Mrs. mother on February 21st. Inipector Spaldiuf. R.C.M.P., Cal- gary, Is a in the city for the week-end. Rev. T. H. Jones and Mr. K. 1.. Petley will be visitors in Huron a. on .Monday in work there. connection with hoys' Miss V. Hottou. who lias been in l.ethbridge for ten days in connec- tion with the Short. Ouurse, left to- day for Calgary. -v Mrs. G. McLean of Barons was a viator in the city for this week. Mrs. McMveo of Hlnckle was a it'll' for a few days in High River this tne suost of McMillan. Mrs. A. M. Wright of Medicine Hut tf. a visitor with Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Wright. Mrs. Mitchell, of the a.S.B. who lias been in the city this wcuk in cunnec- lion with arrangements 1'or the Short Course, to Calgury this utter- aoua, During liie month of February the j falloirine stndcnta of the Garbutl. j Business College in] passing the proficiency elimination in pimuanehip set by the Zanur Bloser company, publishers lot pen- manship texts Miss Kathleen Lind- say, Dins Helen Goldstein, Miss Nel- lie Hobison, Mias Nordine, Hits Wiuutfred Symonds, Miss K.ith- Ufln R. SOCIAL EVENTS MH-LIANT COLOR I NO S IN iVtOtNCI AT MILLINIRY OPENINQB R. A. Wright wii hostess at the tea hour yesterday afternoon in honor of her guant, Mrs. A, M. Wright ot Medicine Hat. Mils Hotton Mrs. Mitchell of ibe S.S.B., Calgary, also Mrs. S. Gray, were presented with bouquets by the at yesterday after- noon's closing session ot Short Course. An i) the popular dance was held last evening in the Masonic hall by the C.P.R. Social and Athletic club. Floor and music were up to their usual excellence and the evening much enjoyed by all present. Among the out-ot-town guest B were tue Air. Hugh McLaren was u visitor in High Hiver this week with bii mother, Mrs. G. B. McLaren, en route to Calgary. "Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace nave at ilielr guesta Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. Wal- a short time! ladies who have been in attendance at I the Short Course. Little Miss Kathleen McC'ann agreeably surprised on Wednesday evening by a number of school Mends who gathered at her home, prior to the family going to their farm at Coal- dale. A very pleasant evening was spent, the following being present: SPRING MILLINERY OPENING on Monday> Feb. 28 I will hold my first showing of Spring Millinery, when I shall have on display a large and choice assortment of all best styles in ladies', misses' and children's hats. I Karly called forth early of tpring mlllinory, liu.tw in j alt their color in en utu] pretty! Kvtry year when taautlful spring wiuthnr comes, ontj take i new interest in head gear. The i hut that we wero would do tor is dragged out, tliRii tucked away again. ;uul bien- iiual trip mad'J to ihc millinery open- ings, i Brilliance, gaiety, you Ions gloom and sorrow i are banjihed from the vealm of hate. Such was the atmosphere urnutetl by j I the displays shown yesterday at the; I local openings of Miss O.rnoron, tho i Miss Tilnpy and Missj i JoIinKtou. The hats are distinguished j or tfert, innocent or sophisticated, j I subiie or iiuver sad. For i Ha the spring time of the year when J life is quickened and youth's on the hilltops, i So if you wuut io be in style tills spring buy one of smart cellophane t braid in tho new shades ot" i or grey, or jade. swathed in one of j those becoming Heart's. There are all I Teacher Assoriaiion oa Monday aftw- 1 eorts of fetching creations with [noon in Uie school. tho veil becomingly fa It in a; an inch Miss Phillips opened hostilities by two below the brim, which is one the marks of the very newest. LUE RIBBON TEA HAS A GOOD WAR RECORD It was the only In the World that did not advance its price In 1914, and, not- withstanding embargoes, submarining ancf scarcity of tonnage, BLUE RIBBON TEA of Standard Quality was kept constantly on sale in every store in Western Canada during the war. 'i Now that conditions are normal, the quality of BLUE RIBBON TEA Is better than ever. TRY IT. of (saying that no better example could be Tho exhibits show hat? made of orange-colored straw, t'eit, or crin, trimmed with flowers or vehvl: ribbon. j used in favor of school uniforms than Eton College, where the students had worn uniforms for over two hundred She stated that it would elim- and SUPERANNUATION SCHEME [yearly premiums, which will go to VICTORIA, Feb. provincial' create and sustain the superannuation civil servants and municipal employ-; fund. eec, including police and firemen in TARTAN BRUSHED WOOL TRIMS KNITTED DRESS One of the best liked creations Tor aports wear is the knitted dress. It may bo made of wool or silk and in the plainest patterns as well as those that reveal very intricate workman- ship. This model emphasizes the slender, straight lines of its wearer. A narrow bell of green suede encir- cles the waist line. The collar, cuffs aod decorations are or tartan brushed wool, tho blue and green repeating the color of the dress and the belt. .The hat ot soft gold felt is trimmed with felt flowers with varlc- gated petals. These are mussed about the front in most effective manner. THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE AND, VICINITY ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO CALL AND INSPECT MY STOCK AT 318 13TH ST. NORTH. MRS. M. MCMEEKIN Mrs. Patterson, Kvan Patterson. May Patterson, Abbey West. Alma Pulley, Elsie Proctor, Aileen Long. Margaret Scott, Margaret Perry, Margaret Da- vidson, Margaret Barr, .Marie Carpen- ter. Marion Harris. Mrs. Hugh Crawford entertained very delightfully yesterday afternoon in honor her mother, Mrs. Cloutier, of Montana, who is visiting her. Dainty bouquets of daffodils bright- ened the rooms in apring-like profu- sion. Mrs. Crawford was assisted by Mrs. Harold McKlllop, Mrs. Reid of Commerce, Mrs. Denoon and Miss Muriel Higinbotbam ,and Miss Reta Crawford who assisted in serving. The teachers of the city entertained Mr. and Mrs, Andrews (neo Miss Drodie) and a number of friends last evening .jn Qalbralth school auditor- ium. The hall was daintily decorat- ed with bluebirds, the work of the and which were put up as an indication of good wishes and happiness to the bride and groom. Cards occupied the early part of the evening, and after the serving ot" dainty refreshments, Mr. Hodgaoii, on behalf of this teachers, presented Mrs. Andrews with a handsome framed water-color of Lakes, the work of Mlsa Kirk. Dancing occupied the remainder of the evening. pai-ents. Their clothes would allow them more physical freedom it' made soem to judge girls altogether by their i dress, stated Miss Phillips, "and so Orange is the new shade, replacing' mate jealousy among the girls, last season's rust-color. In shape we thought and worry as to styles for Hud the small, close-fitting hat usually taking unto itself some sort of brim. Tt is replacing the small Turkish tur- with that Idea, as school uniforms ban. Hats will either be quite small would be, than do any of the present j or quite large, and as though to tight, short skirts. "Boys now; centiuite themselves even more, they show a falling bow, streamers, or a feather which protrudes beyond the brim. Here arc fhe new shades: Pewter grey, platinum, mouse, fawn, rattan, twine, pean U'orignbn dore iodine. Algonquin (deep or- ange 1, volcano (burnt tan- gerine, monseigneur folly red, tomato, collet rouge, jade, Nep- tune green (deep malachite (still darker delft blue, poilu blue, belgique (vivid orchid, parmo (bluish British Columbia, are to placed un- Business slackness is reflected in a superannuation scheme, uccord-1 the statement of Canadian banks for ing to the terms of a bill which the January. The statement shows de government will introduce. Under iclines during tne month in current the .scheme the government or the city loans, both in and outside of .Canada, as employer will contribute i in demand deposits and a fall also in and the employee the other halt of the i call loans. VISCOUNT MILNER WEDS LADY EDWARD CECIL fr they try to make themselves a live, alway with that idea in ttrar-' mind, and she concluded, "has been j the ruination of many girls." The Opposition Mrs. Carrick, Opposing tho wearing of uniforms, gave many excellent rea- sons why they were not popular with many parents. For one thing, ahe said they can not be made over. Sunday clothes when they have passed their best can not be worn out as every-day school dresses and thus with the ex- tra cost of uniforms it becomes very much more expensive. She also point- ed out tbai the continual sameness of a girl's dress would eventually crush out all individuality. The speaker was of the opinion that it could not be made compulsory, except through an act of the legislature, Tor the girls to Feb. wear uniforms, and unless it was com- ner, the recently retired secretary of pulsory it would fail of its object al- state for the colonies, was marrlei' i.to- day to Lady Edward Cecil, widow of Col. Lord Edward Ceul. The mar- riage occurred at St. .lames' church, Paddlngtou. The wedding came a flurpriee to social nothing having been given out in advance re- garding it. -o- "TO BE OB NOT TO Now that school uniforms are form- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Contains wore flesh, for mil jmatieMlratv. beef." Bakers Cocoa Is for robust men together, then if the mother of OUR child failed to fall in line and dress her girl in a uniform, it would give cause for a great deal of ill feeling. declared Mrs. Cavrick. j "wore a uniform but it was not uniform that supplied the spirit." Favors Uniforms Mrs. Dickie was a strong advocate i for the uniform dress and booster! itj accordingly, declaring that a student; would feel in duty bound to behave .'it I her best while in uniform, whether In i school .or oil'the street, and that on j that account it would tend to raise. the tone of the school. a strong bone of couteutiou in the [t wan unfair to make the sensible city the following discussion on the ones suffer for the foolish girla who same subject iu Vancouver may prove so terribly overdressed and who were i of interest: j the minority. Such was Whether or not uniforms should be the opinion o( adopted in the schools for girls was that aside the subject of an interesting and spir- to eliminate all the annoyances from ited debate held'by the Magec Parent- the children, but that ought to be taught to curb jealousy at home by their parents. Mrs. Mulrhead and Mrs. Fuller, who acted as judges, decided jn favor of the- debaters who were against the uniform dress. nion ot Mrs. McLachlen, arid j de from that it was not right ,thc -waste causem tby physical aStnetiiJl tal labor. It ___ pure and is made by a perfectjmectianical proccss.'without the use of chemicals, so preserving ,the exquisite color of the cocoa beans. .Walter Art Biattn ii net It hat taken 65 of unceasing effort and experimenting to bring it to iti xatc of perfection Mid to win for it tke title "World's Best Piano" tone i Hnmo House plant; (urniihinjn and "v waii eovJrinf.; sprini; cleaning; tested and tasted recipes; kitchen discoveries; Dr. Wiley's Question Box; League for Longer Life; cutouts in color for 'l--v laddies. A ft cn building, chili wo. men's rights, the disappearance of girls, a substitute for dentistry, a party for St. Patrick's all in March GOOD HOUSEKEEPING STOKES DRUG COMPANY, LIMITED Wholesale ;