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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JANTJAHY mi MILADI THE LETHaRtDnE I It item i to me I'd like to no Where belli don't ring nor whistles blow, Nor clocks dcs' don't iouod, strike nor gongs Bnt where there's stillness all around! Not reil junt the trees' Low .whisper or the croon of bcee; The drowsy linking of a rill, Or twilight song of whlppoorwill. T would be a Joy could I behold The dappled fields of green and gold, Or In the cool, sweet clover lie And watch the cloud-ships drifting by. I'd like to And some quaint old boat And fold its oars, and with It lloat Along rthe limpid, laiy stream Where water-lilies drowse and Nixon Waterman. W. L. McKenzIo; A. M.. Sr. R. W ,; Secretary. Bro. Wm. Haffern; Treasurer, Sr. K. Martin; Conduct ress, Sr. O. W. Assistant Con ductresi, Sr. J. Conn; Chaulaln, Sr. M Redman; Marshal, Sr. J. Home; Adah, Sr. T? H. Fleetwood; Ruth, Sr. M. Fisher; Esther, Sr. W. Llngard; Mar tha, Sf. A. Cull; Elects, Sr, A. White; Warder, Sr. M. Hendursou; Sentinel Bro. Reafh. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES PERSONALS J. D. HiglnhBthtm, 680 .'12th will not receive tomorrow af- ternoon. 1 Mrs. D. A. Taylor .will not receive tomorrow. i Mr. and Mrs. George Williams have returned from Strathcona where they were visitors with Mrs. H. C. Mock- ford. Mrs. Jervis and Mrs. Morton from Blairmore are visiting with Mrs. E: L. Jervis. Mrs. E. Sage of High Hirer and her niece, Miss Vera Briggs, visiting with the former's sister, A. Stal- lion, In Calgary. Mrs. W. J. and children, of Alacleod, who have been the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Kennedy, have returned home, accom- panied by little. Mary Bernadette Keu- nedy. Mr. nd Mrs. Grant and A little son have returned to their 4 home in Claresholm after spending A th.e past three weeks with Mrs. Clarke's Mrs. P. J. Kenuy, 6th Ave. The regular monthly meeting ot Woman's Auxiliary to the Y.M.C.A. will be held in the "Y" on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Every mem- ber is urBed to bo present. The day has been changed owing to the Day of Prayer which is being held at 3 o'clock tomorrow. The A. y. p. A. meeting that was called for Thursday evening of this week has been postponed to Thurs- day, January 13th., when plans will be made for another popular whist drive and bridge. Daily Fashion By Otntlnta which IB being held at rnorrqw. Tho display being given tonight at S o clock in Knox church basement is by No, 3 Company, Girl Guides This is .the first entertainment of this kind to be given by this company. The ladies of the First Christian Church are reminded of the United' Women's meeting to be held in Knot i church on Friday afternoon of this: at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Lovering will preside, and Mesdames Denoon and Fraiiklyn will short papers on interesting themes. A large delega- tion from this church will be appreci- ated. HERE'S THE LAST WORD IN H SWAGGER TOPCOAT There are many occasiona when a j topcoat is useful, whether one travels ine i-rovm-, the gales in the North. A very at- 1 meet at 4 j tractive homespun in a delightful 1 h rnoon j shade of mauve is selected for the j D development of this model. It is cut, ,rrav8r j with long but, if o clock to- they'may be buttoned anugly uboutj the neck. The slip-in pockets are de- cidedly good. These are finished with flaps which show the stripes running diagonally. A belt ot fawn leather that matches the stripes encircles the waist. The small hat of black felt Is trimmed with a band of fawn lea- ther, bowed In the Iront. ARRANGEMENTS, BBINC MADE FOR MEETING OF PROVINCIAL I.O.O.E. Mr. A. J. MaynarcS, who has been nai'd for the Christmas season, re- turned at the beginning of the week to Taber. Mils Jean Jackson, who visited at Banff during the holiday season, has returned to the city. Mr. Watson, inspector of schools, is a visitor In Edmonton, Mr. S. R. Vallance of. Calgary is a visitor for a few days with his brother, Mr. J. T. J. Vallance. Mrs.'T. of Macleod suost of her sister, Mrs. X W. Mc- Nicol, for the week-end. TBS Provincial Chapter I.O.D.E, wit meet in Lethbrldge on January 20 DAY Sf PRAYER Tomorrow" will be observed by'the women of Lethbrldge as a day of prayer. A service at which all Protestant denomin- ations will be 'represented will be held at 3 o'clock in Knox church basement. This is a Dominion-wide movement, the day being set apart by the Women's Missionary Board of Canada. rttled. The sessions wli: be'held-In the O.W.V.A. clubs rooms and will occupy mornings and af. teraoons, when ot commit- tees and other business will be taken up. Mrs. Wolley-Dod, one of the pro- vincial vice-regents will preside at the sessions. It is hoped that there will be nns open meeting to which the pub- lic will be invited, when Dr C 'F p Conyhaaro will give an address. The delegates will be the guests of vari- ous during their stay in the 'city, and arrangements are being made for their entertainment during the evening! ot these two dates. ROYAL MARRIAGE FORECASTED IS MADRID, Jan. possibility of the future union of the Spanish and Belgian royal families is the subject of a rumor in Madrid, in connection with the coming visit of King Albert and Queen Elizabeth and their daugh- ter, the Princess Marie, who will leave here in February. The succession of! dynasty has already boon discuss- ed, although the prince of the Astur- las is not 14 yet, while Princess Marie IB 17. It is argueq that the royal matri- monial Held has become so small In consequence of the disappearance of the various kingdoms that rulers are compelled to look ahead for opportuni- ties of marriage with other families royal blood and If possible of similar religion. RECIPES Eggless Cake 1 1-2 cups dark brown sugar. 1-3 cup butter. 1 cup sour milk. cups flour. I teaspoon soda. 1-3 teaspoon cinnemoii. 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg. 3-4 cup raisins. 1-8 teaspoon salt. j Cream butter and sugar. Sift flour' before measuring. Seed and chop raisins and sift one cup of flour over them. Add floiu and seasoning to first mixture. Add milk with soda dis- j solved in it.'Add raisins last. Bake in a loat In a moderate oven for 50 minutes. Scoiw 3 1-2 cubs flour. 1 teaspoon soda. 1 1-2 teaspoon cream of tartar. 3 teaspoons sugar. 1 teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons lard. Buttermilk to make soft 'dough. Mix dry Ingredients. Work in lard, tat in buttermilk to make a dough a jit stiller than for baking powder ilacuit. Roll on floured board to 1-3 nch thickness. Cut with biscuit cut- er. Bake on top of stove on a greaa- <3 griddle until a light browa. Turn and bake on the other side. .Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Reickie enter- tained the members of the Bank of Commerce staff very at their home last evening, .when cards dancfng were Indulged in. Tho second of the series of Lyceum danc3s held In the city Jast night at- tracted a most enthusiastic crowd of young people who enjoyed every min- ute of this successful entertainment. Everything went smoothly from start to finish. dancer expressed It: "The music wan good; the floor was good; and everybody was happy." The dance was carried out in an In- formal manner, a novelty in the form of medley dances being introduced for the .first time. The committee In charge in composed of D. E. Harris O. B. Bdgett, D. H. Elton and A. G. Baalim. Another dance will bn held I In about two weeks' time. Installation of officers of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, 0. E. S., for 1921 took place Inat Tuesday. Sr. MuClena- glian, W.G.M. of the .Grand Chapter of Alherta wan the installing officer, assisted by Sr. W. L. McKenzle, acting iV8 Grand Marshal. After this impres- sive ceremony a splendid banquet was served by the refreshment com- mittee., Brother W. L. McKensle had charge of the toast list and a musical program which consisted of a piano duet by Sri. Long and Cull, and flolos by Sre. Farrig and Meech. The meet- ing drawn to a clow by the sing- Ing of "AuW Lang Syne." The fol- lowing wore tba officers Installed: W. M., Sr. M. W. p., Bro. GRAND OPENING RECITAL BY Frederick Rogers Mas. Doc., B. A. ASSISTED SY Mrs. H. H. Johnson. (Contralto) LEADER OF ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHOIR, AND Horace Reynolds, (Baritone) FRIDAY, JANUARY 7TH, 1921 DOORS OPEN 7 COMMENCING S P.M. ADMISSION RESERVCD BUY NOW AND SAVE PRICES BELOW WHOLESALE Greater Bargains than ever for Sat, Shoppers We are endeavoring to make Friday and Saturday two red letter in this great January event Tremend- out cuts in pricei are evidenced in every department a nd every reserve force and resource has been martialed to eliminate all of the successive price increases which have accumulated in the past five years. Do not expect a sudden drop in prices for they went up step by step, and will not come down the bannister. Ladies' and Misses' Dresses in Silk and Wool at Less Than Cost All that can be desired in dresses for afternoon or ovenins wear in silks and wools, revealing georgette, taffeta, vel- vet, tricotine, wool jersey, serge and combinations of materials. These come in plain and figured designs, bead- ed effects and wool embroidery. Values from up to Reduced up to One-Half their original cost Fur Coats, Neck Pieces and Muffs at Half Price. At sacrifice prices these furs are to be cleared, which include beaver, lynx, opossum, black end red fox, black and brown wolf, sable, Hudson Seal and Thibet; while the coats are of Hudson Seal, Aus- tralian Beaver with opossum collar and cuffs and other furs. Men! Note These Prices in High Grade Clothing ALL AT HALF PRICE LADIES' BLOUSES AH our chinning stock of dainty blouses in 'plain and frilly styles are to be cleared at this sale. These include a good assortment of pastel shades, white and black. REDUCED TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. Gigantfc Sacrifice of Dress Silks for Friday GEORGETTE shades to select from. Regular prices to yard. January Clearance Sale, nA yard........................ v CREPE DE nice shades to select'from. 40 Inches wide. Regular price yard. January Clear- AT ance Sale, yard.............. 1 .h7w BLACK DUCHESSE love- ly goods, 36 inches wide. Will wear well. Regular price yard. Janu- ury Clearance Sale, yard BLACK GUARANTEED TAFFETA SILK 'Indies wide. Swiss goods, worth yard today. January 7Q Clearance yard JJj.lif IMPERIAL DUCHESS love- ly shades, 36 inches wide. Regular price yard. January Clearance 9 Sale, yard ijlj.l RICH MESSELAINE Inches wide. In good shades. Will wear exccl- lontly. Regular price and yard. January Clearance Sale, Mn yard We are cutting deeply into the prices of suits and overcoats for this great an- nual event in many cases below tho act- ual cost. SUIT VALUES Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for OVERCOAT VALUES Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for COMFY MACKWAWS FOR MEN Regular for Regular for Regular for r NORTHERN BRAND OVERALL-Blue full slse, tor shoulder.. to Sale......................... stripe, i Grade Hogs at Greatly Reduc- ed Prices 37i54-ln. Axminiter Bug. Ret- Sale 3Cx83-in. Axminatar Run Reg- ular price A AA AVminster Rug. Reg- ular price Sale 9xlOli-fk Aimlnster Rug. Reg. price OA Sale............ 3 only, JxlZ.ft. Aiminiter Rugs at an exceptionally low price. Regular price A A Sale Trice 3.UU Wilton Rug. Regular price 6PI If Sale Price 9x9-tt. Wilton Rug. Best qual- ity. Hegniar -f 100.00. PA Sale I 9x10 U-ft. Wilton Hug. Her. ular price 1101.00. iOCift. Sale Price 900.40 9nl2-ft. Wilton Rug, very rich colorings. Regular rn Sale Price This is a small assortment ot the wonderful valuw to be had. Be lure and sea the The Lambton, a dandy heavy Wash Rug in very rich colors" ruversible.- Begulnr op Sale Price.....vviOi) Sunnyside Hag Huge, very heavy, plain rose ground with bits of hiuo, green or blacic work- ed, in. price in Sale CLEAN-UP PRICES ON M SHOES Reductioni- from ?0 to 60% on Men'., Women't Children's Footwear. MEN'S GOODYEAR WELT business wear. Regular up to for................................. MEN'S WORK up to for............................................. MEN'S BEST QUALITY price LADIES' SMART dress or street wear. Regular up to for WOMEN'S DRESS and colonial styles. Regular to for.............. LADIES' vlci kid, medium and Louis heel. Regular to for RUBBERS Ladies' ...99c 89c Children1! ...79c BOYS' BOOTS "Tho Trapper" and "Reliance" brands: sizes 1 to !UO Regular for Youths' sizes, 11 to !Sy2 Little Gents' sizes, 8 to GROWING GIRLS' BOOTS Regular to azes 3 to Misses' sizes, 11 to Girls' sizes, 8 to Children's sizes, 4 to 71. ftf uudsDnsfiay (Ibmnafto pi --4- iLuJ PRICES BELOW WHOLESALE ;