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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FKHfU'AUY 28.1U2I YHti -MSTHiWlDGB DAILY HFRAI.U PAG: MILADI FREEDOM I I'm for tlie open road. lass. Anil hy-putht hind and (Tut.-. XighMlghts, the Htars of heuveu, Are good enough for me. 1 IOIIR for the silent reaches Of ficarruil rocky, flecked with foam, The slutltorcd -and cool dim beaches, seagulls lind their home. So, free I'roiu tho earth ami its sorrow. AloiHi. with the wind and tlie mist; With Jievor u. thought of thy morrow, -My soul may wing where it wist. "J1 PERSONALS .Mr. H: principal ol! U'rt'ijfhaiii school, spent the week-end with bis brother. Mr. M. Coorabe. .Morgan of I'Jdmonton way a visitor in the city yesterday. Sir. IT. S. White has returned from a visit, in Calgary. Chamberlain tit' Chicago, who hay been in the city on business for tho past several days, has left [or Letlibridgo and points Morning Albcrtun. d Air. Robert J. Steuil of Ottawa, well- known Canadian author, is in Calgary having; been called ness of his sister. lier liome in Clurentiolm. Alhcrta, the- lultor [iurt of lant Cranhrook (Jonrlor. MI-K. Tronholmo uf to moon tu vlnit few days, Utakgou loft this in Jluclood for a Daily Fashion Br Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Johnnon. tigti Hth Street South, returnad today after spending the pus I two months in aouttiorn California. Mrs. C. D. MacKintosh ami daughter KiliL have left for Loa Angden to Mrs. MaeKlntosh'ti sister, Miss Mo Nnlty. They will be away six weeks. SOCIAL EVENTS thoro by the ill- Mr.s. Duncan Marshall at Edmonton has sent out invitations for a recep- tion to bo held in the Speaker's apartment, parliament buildings, on Tuesday. In the report given of the teachers' at home last Friday, the place was incorrectly printed as Galbraith school. This should have read "Fleet wood school where the affair took place. >s tf Social events this eveiJug include a card party, box social and dance giv- en by the ladies' society -to the B. of L. F. and E. a A wealthy native of India who re- cently entertained H. 11. H. Princess Alice and Lord Athlone and 0110 two other distinguished 'people 2 lunch; marked the oqcaslou by laying; in front of: every lady's plate a black ribbon bangle with the words' "Good Lady Uaton has left Toronto for a [Luck" In diamonds set in a'diamond- trip abroad. o t Mr. ant! Mrs. Uruee Conybearo and iwo Konsi of Chicago, are guests of tho former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. F. 1J. Conybeare. Mrs. Core M. Barrow is leaving to- duy t'or a visit in Calgary. Trionds of Miss Blaguum, wlio re- cently went to Wiunlpee to make her I rimmed medallion. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES fr .5, 4, A special me'eling Jack Ross Chapter the Major I.O.D.E. will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Hick, 604 6th Street South, on Wednesday will be interested In hearing! afternoon at 3 o'clock, i.liat she is leaving shortly to reside in Victoria, owing to 111 health. Inspector Shoebotham, commanding officer of trio Royal Canadian Mount- ed Police. Vancouver Island, returned to Victoria last evening from an in- snectton trip to Alert May and other northern Times. .Mrs. Ronald Xtxou. who lias been the guest ot! Mrs. K. A. Sharman dur- ing the Short Course, and spent the week-end with Mrs. D. A. Simpson, is returning tomorrow to her homo at Cuutts. Mrs. A, Brewis and family, who have been spending the winter with their parents at Commerce, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Aitkon for the week-end, en route home in Springfield, Illinois. Mrs. H. Brunner, who has been visr Ring with her daughters, Mrs. Joo MsrapoJi and Mrs. A. Holm, left for The Loyal Adults class of tue Chris- tian church Bible scliool will meet at the home of Mrs. Dunsworth, 811 9th Street, this evening at 8 o'clock for thejr regular monthly meeting, and social hour. All An event looked forward to much pleasure. Is the St. Patrick's dance in the Wafionio'vjiall OB irfarelx IGth, nmtar the auspices of St Pat- rick's Ladles' Aid. The G. V. A. are entertaining at another of their enjoyable dances to- morrow evening. The children are reminded of the swimming at the Y. M. C. AJ tomor- row- afternoon. TCoalilar testimony meeting Wed- nesday evening at 8 o'clock. Christian Science Society, Hull block. y The Sikokotoki Chapter I. 0. D. E. THE LONG WAISTED FROCK IS SMART Many ot the most delectable frocks for the new season show that the lo- cation of the waistline is far belo'.v is known as the natural line. However, dresses cut on such lines are exceedingly charmiug, es- pecially among the youthful meni- of the fair eei. White Swiss e'u- rlchod with blue dots is cliosen for the-development of this attractive frock. It has very short slaeves, but its wearer elect to do so she may cover her arms.with bangles' The skirt is designed with two deep which are bordered with Canton crepo in matching shade.' The sash is of blue and silver ribboii, while the black iutin hat is trimmed with cog. tails. will meet tu the Y.M.C.A. at 8 o'clock sharp Tuesday evening. .March 1. This will' be the Erst meeting with tlie new officers so a large attendance la re- quested. Members who have not paid 'their 1931 fee arc reminded to bring same Tuesday evening. The'hintory aud current events'de- partment ot the Matlieste Club will meet with Mrs. James Livingstone, 412 8th Street South oil Tuesday, 1, at 3 o'clock sharp... Tijnber Investigation Will Be One of Features of the Week's Work Beautiful things are everyday things Look around you. See the large number of dainty silk blouses in beautiful tihts that are being worn. And the quantities of dainty underwear the stores sheerest, most beautiful things you have ever seen. It was not so a few years ago.. What has caused the difference? Certainly and big factor been Lux. Women would not buy these right (long unless there was gentle, sure way of washing discoloring, warp- ing or fading. There the Lux way. Won't turn silks hurt shrink Lux won't hurt thing that pure water itself may touch. Lus is on sale ai all Departmental Stores, cli.. A lidnJy little.recipe booklet, entilleJ. "The Care or Dainty Clothes" fill te gladly xnl free on request. 'LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. TORONTO r yon t any TORONTO, Feb. ot the interesting features of tho session ot tbe Ontario legislature this week will bo the sitting o[ the imblic accounts committee on Wednesday when R. T. Harding, former crown counsel in the timber probe, is expected to appear and give an account.of his connection with the innuirjr before Commission- ers W. R. Hidell and Frank Latchfonl. His inquisltor.will be Hon. G. H. Per-1 Alison, Conservative leader and former] minister of lands and forests. ThOjlast time Messrs. Ferguson and Harding met IVBB when the ex-min- ister was a witness at the timber In- quiry and was, more or less, on his defense. Their positions will be re- versed this week, and Sir. Harding will bp the' witness with lion, sir Ferguson plying him with questions. One of the questions will be .as to the circumstances of Mr. Harding'a re- tirement from tbe timber investiga- tion. Beginning its sixth week today, the session ot the Ontario legislature shows little signs of an early windap, as the only measure at all well ad vanced is the rural credits bill. The budget debate still drags wearily along. It is said that the proposed amend ment to the Ontario Temperance Act to give persons convicted thereunder right to appeal to county judges will receive favorable consideration from the govcrnnlent side ot tho house. Toronto Conservatives are arrang ing a banquet to Leader Ferguson, HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED Pianos and Player- Pianoi Victrolas, Sonoraf and Phonograph Victor Music RolU I'hoiie or write for cutaloKne. 403 Bth St. 9. Ltthbridje. PHONE M2. Fascinating Spring Fabrics and Wearables at New Prices Every day we are prepared to show ypu more new arrivals from the fashion centres in charming apparel and fabrics, in delightful models and designs. This is an era of established moderate prices and you will find them remarkably low throughout this store. View tlie windows and store displays. Spring Coats and Suits in Many Pleasing Modes INTRODUCING THE LATEST SPRING SUITS We are now prepared to show you a number of newest dictates of fashion in all wool Jersey Suits, in plain and heather mixtures, reveal- ing the tuxedo fronts and shawl collars, and trimmed with novelty buttons and narrow belts. Prices: SPORT COATS FOR SPRING Sport and novelty spring coats, made of the new Fiukeu Tweed, presenting heather mixtures in color combinations of green, brown, tan, bine, or grey. Thefce are well made and trimmed with nov- elty buttons and belt, showing higli-waistcd effect. H'ice ___ CRISP NEW VOILE BLOUSES Just charming as- sortment of white voile waists in button front and slip-over styles with short and long sleeves. These are worth New spring price COMPARE THESE PRICES FROM THE GROCERY DEPT. GOOD TIDINGS FOR THRIFTY BUYERS FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY SELLING 'Ashcroft Potatoes, per 100 Sugar, per 20 Flour, per 98 Onions, per Lard, per 10-lb. Peas, Corn, Beans, Tomatoes; each.........20c Quaker or Robin Hood Oats; per tube -30c Rolled Oats; per 8-lb. sack ...............38c Lux; 2 pkgs.............................25c P. G. Naptha Soap; 10 bars___-..........90c Sunny Monday Soap; 10 bars.............95c Fairy Soap; 10 Tangerine Oranges; per dozen '.4Sc Lemons; per dozen..................... .30c Oranges; per dozen .....................35c FRESH CELERY, LETTUCE, CAULIFLOWER ARRIVING DAILY PHONES 313 and 1513, WE MAKE NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERY. SUBSCRIBE! FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY Orie year's subscription for "The Deline- ator" may Be had for instead of by calling or phoning 713. OF INTEREST TO MEN Newest Spring Suits Now is the time to be sel- ecting your new spring suit while the selections and prices are good. Tweeds, worsteds and serge; the newest designs for men. Prices ranging from MEN'S DRESS TROUSERS Men's Dress have a selection to choosa from to match any suit, and all sizes, navy Borse tweeds aud worsteds. Regular Readjust- ment Price Special Regular Readjust- ment Price Special Regular Readjust- ment Price Special DURABLE WORK PANTS This is your chance to buy a real pair of strong working pants, Cordu- roy, Carss Mackinaw Pant and Bed- ford. Regular Readjustment Price Regular Readjustment Price Regular Readjustment prico Regular .Readjustment Price A NEW SHIPMENT OF BOYS' BLOOMER PANTS JUST ARRIVED IN ALL SIZES OF MIXED TWEEDS. Sizes 22 to 24. Sizes 26 to 29. Sizes 29 to 33. NEWEST DESIGNS IN CROCKERY This is the first time shown of this exclusive new designed 97-piece dinner set. Priced OPEN STOCK CROCKERY An open stock shipment of plain iron stone; plain white plates in all sizes and semi-porcelain dinner sets newly arrived. SAVE YOUR EYESIGHT! A Rapid Needle Threader will thread any needle from the finest to the coarsest and also sewing machine needles. We have INCORPORATED I67O. (fompamj. HENRY FORD TO GET j involving 1'OWKK 1 ItOM NIAGARA RUN OK SOCKEYE Kub. xiu- Fttlis Power company wim gniul- -a lltiHUHf.1 today by thw eriit comiiusnion to use sccuiKl of cubic teot.of water iiorni'itloil by a treaty exixmtiituve wILIj Cmiada to diverted from tlio Niagara, rivor above Xiayara Fairs. .Tho commiBBto" ifft uppruveci an application by lleitij Ford for a IKMV- development project Hi .Troy, on 'HiKlson Uivcr to rout ttowor sourro for a factory pro- SALMON iS LEAN of i Mature today. of tiio Yale rniiynn in 1913 ai; n result of i ojK'iiMtfona. tlu> roport sayH, Mio i hGcJinio Ijctoro adqualo measures of relief couitl UH Lalicn. associations or being present at poli- (ten I tjjif Iti.irtnirH, it hrr-s: rncntfjd upon ua an impoi'Uiu advance toward tho cmuucijiatiuu ut Jupauct-u VICTORIA, Fob. 'I'Uc run ookcye anlmon to the Kmaei' river this yenr will "rangn itaolt MORE FREEDOM FOR JAPANESE WOMEN SCHOOL DESTROYED BY FIRE with Oiii years or that river, and i TOKVU, Koli. i the former big yours of tlio Knig.'.'i' must be rrsarded wliolly aw a thins of the according to tho con- clusion teacliftd. by Or. C. M.. Gilbert, flsiieries export appointed by Mxa crnmcni, whicli was to bled iu the leg- of wo- men in Japan aiU-Hiicod a step on Saturday whon the bouse of rep- resentatives udoptml H bill nlvlne wo- men tho right to attend political moot- ings. Tho nina stive tin nulled a, law rjrl tt'nnien I'roW joining V.'IMJSOK. 1'roni Jin (iviM' is. -Fire, stariiiitf I'uniace, ly rtest royed r.hn l.uielville Catholic HcUool, 14 milfw west of hero, and destniclion of lito for a Umo Sattirdiiy. The lona IH cs- Mniatod tit MO.OOrt. xo lost oi Hi'a was sustHfned, ;