Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919 I UK LiCnimtllM'.K PAGE FIFTEEN f HONE PERSONAL WlnyarJ Evans lelt on Thurs day to conlicuo bla Bluiltcs ut tho JloyM Military College, Klngaton. Mr. anil 5tra. Striker who hate Mslting In tho cllj- tor the lust week hare rcluroed to (Loir homfl IQ Pal place on Thursday at Vancouver. (Deooon.Capl. nnd ilre. Beaman.Capl.Kuy question or Tor any oltiwr lor uteruieut will tako place at her home Mty, Sault Sto. Marie. MnJ C. A. LltUa lelt yesterday afternoon (or Calgary, accompanying Mrs. B. V. Dooley far us Calgary. Mrs. S. Trew who has been 111 Tvith Influenza in the has return- ed to her home. i t Dr. O. 1. Conrtlce lias returned from overseas where he scried with tho Canadian artnjr dental curpfi. 5trs. Courltc'o and son Clyde, who have been TlBlthjg with Mrs. Cornice.' mother in Illinois, have also returned home. Dr. Courtice will resume his practice in the Journal. and Mrs. beech. Caul. Mackenzie anil any chapter or committee." Mackenzie. Lieut. and Mrs. J.j It Palmer, IJsut. Klrkham, Mr. ami1 The Junior c a'.tun o! the toil- IL l iUIlier, Lufcui. .111. AU'I .1 no >uuiu> -t- Mn. W, 8. Hall. Mrs. H. J. Scott and fe'i church will to the ball o Mlsa Hoxle Armstrong. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES at H o'clock tomorrcv OFFICERS DOMINION REBEKAH LODGE NO. 41 v I f'jr ff .J, SOCIAL EVENT! St. Mary's W. A. wMl hold Us an- nual meeting on Monday next at 3.00 o'clock In Ihe Parish Hall, All 111901- bers wo urgently reyuestei) to attend. Tho regular monlUly meeting of Iho Sir Alexander GaH Chapter. I. O. I) a., will bo held on Thursday next, Jan- uary 16, at which nominations .for and counciUorK (or ihe ensulnK year will take place. The executive will entertain the members at afur Mrs.'W McDonald, ot Medldns lias been a visitor In tha city lor 6hort tltpo, leaving yesterday lor he Jiomo fu iledlclne flat. Mr. and Sirs. T. McLaren and fam- ily ot Tabor have como to the city to reside. Miss U, Flelt left last evening for i. short visit to Macleod. Mrs. B. V. Dooley lell yesterday for Snult Ste. Marie, having been call- ed there through the- duath cf iier ,4, "noon tea. A good attendance Is re- quested. and Mrs._ George Porter en KvaugeliBt ai.eph.tnB win address the officials of Iho Vailed vburcb to morrow IQO ruing at l'J.15 in (he hall and any aiea who tare 10 tumy aca to attend. At o'clock loruorrou" Key. H. Stephens will conduct, a union prayer nif-ttltn; In (butch. All workers tiittrc-sted iti the campaign are requested bt present. WEDDINGS c- CRAWFOHO A very pretty but quiet took placa in South Wuionton on the fhe executive ot the Sir Aleiauder ot payment of lees in advance shall injr a. tew words d there icrougfi mo uuaui ci i.vr HIB a. w V i j T i hannv couple were me recipients 01 iiolhCLvMn. Johnston, whose death guests present waro Capt. and Mn. Inclaflpd In thoic entitled lo uyon giit9 IncMliig a hand- some dining room suite from the olfica stair of Ihs Lovett bra neb or tho North .American Colliery Co, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford will reside Iu Lovett, Alta. TheAtmosph i c- o- FOOD BOARD FLASHES is estimated that worth of good food was wasted by kit- carelessness before the outbreak of the war. Tho annual interest upon our war debt alone will amount to over Let the one help lo balance up the other. Eliminate all waste in the kitchen, apply thrift to the run- ning of the apply thrift (o the running of the home and war debts will speedily he wiped out. o RED CROSS NOTES c ft Below is a list bE socks knitled in Westminster school since Octoer 1st. (67 Ethel Allen 19, Slarjorie AnderEon'l, Madge Annetls 1, Henry Darker lp Marjorlc Carulhers 1, Jean Chalmers 1 Lawrence Davis 1, Isabella Dixon 7, Ethel Dodd 1, John Dougall 1, Ernest Fllnn 1, Nellie Funnell 1, Iris Glanrille 1, Chrissio Horn 1, Lily HOWES 1, Edith Impett 1, Ethel Lar- son 3 Arvid Larson 1, NTora Leavltt 1, Dora 'Miller 1, Shiela McCallum 1, Al- bert Mundy 1, Dora Joel 1, Alice Had- ley 1, Allen nidraliM, Harriet Steak- ley 2, Myrtle Stevenson ,1, E. Sumner 11. Elsie Talot 1, PhylllG Turner 1, Stan- ley Turner 1, Ernest Vines 1, Molly The iustallatiou the ot. Doiulatou Kebetab ixMlge Xo. 41 look piace on Thursday evouluK tno i Hall and 4 large gathering attended. Mrs. H. S. While, district deputy president, was the installing officer. acelBted by Mrs. a It. Wion.i Mra. R. 11, MoroVn, Mrs. H. It. McCal-j W. Hardy. Mr R. H Monies, Mr. H. L. White. Tho following are the olfieers for the currecl term: J.I'.O., Mrs. W, Cart- er; K.O., Mre. Jas. Held; VXK, Mrs. A. Smith; Bee. Sec., Mrs. H. C. Grah- am; Fin. Sec., P. UrUt; C. A. KHcabeth Donald; Cond., Miss I- Mun- ro- Chap, Miss V. Neve; H.S.N.ti... Mrs. 11. 8. White; LS.tf.G-, Mrs. K- K.j Procter; R.S.V.G.. Mrs, T. V.G.. Misa Iva Jaynes. I.C., Miss Mc- Call; O. C., Mrs. J. KuUi; Org-, Miss Margaret Smite. Mrs. (J. R. DIxon acd Carter were elected as repre- sentative to the Itebekah meets in Calgarj- on February 1919. After the business of the meeting refreshmetita were served, The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., acknowledge with thanks Ilia following socks knitted, (rom October to date: Socks; 3 Mfea Dorothy Marrs; 7 Mrs. Maynard; 2 Mra. Scott; 4 Mri. Taylor; L Marjorie Sherlock; I Menzlcfi; 9 Miss Fisher; 3 Mrs. Hvs- Eojt; 3 Mrs. Mc-Killop; S Mrs. Pitbtaiio; :i Mrs. A- n. Stafford. 4 Mre. Lilley, Warner; 2 Mrs. O'Hftjfau; 0 Mra. Fadden; 4 Mrs. D. A, Simpson; 1 Mrs. Cope; 1 Mrs. Boultoti; 1 Mrs. J. Liv- InEalon; 2 Mrs. Ross; 1 Mrs. 3. C. Livingston; 1 Mrs. Jones; I Mre. Hainson; 1 Mrs. 2 Mrs. W. P. Hoy. 1 Mrs. J. Henderson; 8 G. F. Club, per Mm. Glayzer; 11 Mn. I lorn; 1 Miss 1 wtthaul name; 1 Mrs. J. Young; 1 Miss Rosel la Watts; 2 Miss Lewis; 2 Mre. John son. New Dsyton; 2 Mrs. Nalsmith; 1 Mrs. McCreaily; 3 Mrs. J. P. Simpson; 1 Miss Helena Simpson. 2 Mrs. Me Nabb; 1 Mrs. Lylc; 1 Miss Jean Ales autler; l Titlle Goodman; S Mtss Til ney; 1 Miss Diagwalt; 1 Mrs. Ball; 4 without names; Schools: SO pairs Fleetwood; 175 Central; Westmlnste 67. AltGratfons, Mrs. Henderson." 412 ROMANCE IW PRINCESS' ENGAGEMENT Walton 1, Bessie Waterhousc 'l, Ella for some However, o A recent London despatch saya The Princess Patricia's engagement i tho result of a romantic love-match One oi the loveliest princesses of F.ur ope, sho several yeara ago met Com mander Alexander .Ramsey, a sta wart naval lieutenant, then Stallone at Malta. Later he was given'an ap pointraent on tbe staft of the Duke of Conuaueht, wlien the latter n-as gov- ernor general of Canada, and at Otta- wa he golfed and stated frequently In Patricia's company. TJic duke objected to the engage- ment and the lovers did not see each tho Kirkby's 606 Third Avenue South Phone 1627 Canada Food Hoard License Number HOME MADE BREM ANb DELICIOUS .PASTRIES. icoration whicH _ room are here in the most pleasing details. Quick, courteous service of capable attend- ants to make your mid-afternoon lea pleasant. __ Our menu leaves nothing to bo desired. Only tho very best food prepared under the direction orour expert chef.' food, welj cooked, in generous portions Is altered at modest prices. Bring a faVtidloiis or healthy., appetite .with yon when yott come here. We'll givo it what It needs. Opr afternoon leas ;and lunches oifer a splendid way Waterhouse 1. Dora WilliBms 1, Inez "Wilson 2, Teachers 3. t The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. O.D.B. acknowledge with thanks the receipt of 100 pairs' of socks from Fleetwood school during the end- Duchess of Connaught on her death- bed expressed the wish that the en- gagement be formally renewed. .Tic duke agreed and the Christmas eve announcement followed. It may be expected that Command- er Ramsey will he raised to tho peer- age. The princess lias decided to as- iing Dec: 31st: Grades VII and Scott aume the title ot Icdy Patricia Ram- 12 pairs, Mary Archibold 1, Fred Rob-., say. Ins 1, Josephine Hcaton -1, Conslance The personal charm of Princess Pa- Wathers 1, CJeorge Johnston 1, Ethel', tricla Is said to He largely in her aim. Ruth 2, Brace Johnston 4, Clare Searl i pie and unaffected manner, and in the 11, Eric Trcliving 1, Rosael Duguid 2, I Lillian Murdock I. Grade V and Schumacker 11, Jack Handle 1. Grace Hartlett 1. Victoria Cross 1, Daisy Fiddes 2, Paul Dinkel I, Billy Ewert 1, Elra Huff 2. Grave Fiddes 1 pair, health enjoyment of outdoor pursuits to which so many Englishwomen are addicted. British papors offer hearty congra- tulations on the betrothal oE the Prin cess Patricia, and all dwell on her pop tilarily in Canada and the success she llughio Mahon 5, -Kathleen Jinks 1, mr.rte at Ottawa and Quebec. .The DorlB Trellvine 3, Amelia Wakelln 4, i event creates a deep interest in this Laura Frache 2. Elizabeth Fiddcs country, :is the Princess Is a genera: Qladys flartlelt 1, Frank Aleiander 3, Muriel Podger 4, Leslie Bactlett 1, i Norene Arnold 1. Mra. 16 pairs, JIIss Currie 7, Miss Brodie 1, Mrs: Cripps 1, i Perkins 6, Miss Bennlngton 3. Jfiss ALL FURS AT CUT PRICES. EVERY COAT AND DRESS AT HUUE REDUCTIONS. White Flannelette Blankets 2.90 FULL- DOUBLE BED SIZE... PINK OR BLUE BORDER. Regtdar Valoe. Oa Sale Tonight. White Flannelette 19c Regular 2Sc Value. 25 INCHES WIDE. GOOD WEIGHT SOFT FINISH. BIO FINE SOFT FINISH. I "I Woolnap Blankets Mo Regnlat Value. Combinations 2.50 FLEECED LINED, FULL RANGE OF 8IZES. Regular Value. Men's Cashmere Sox EXTRA WOOL 1st FINE CASHMERE If IMPORTED HOSE. WV QUALITY. TheM Sox are Worth at Least 85c. Boys' Sweaters 1.45 Regular Value favorite. Tlie prospective bridegroom .la in hla 37th year and has a distinguish erf naval career. He served at thj Dardanelles as the Admiral's flag commander and won the service order. He is now on the ad- nriralty staET. He belongs to nn an- cient Scottish family and 13 a son of the late Earl Palhomtn and a brother of tho present His motlier iras tho d-aiighter of the sixth Barl or TankerviDe, famous at the court of Queen Victoria. Her death and that of her husband TYHS very tragic. Tie- turning .from a tour of America she ;dled sudrlenlj- nt Havre, and the Earl died the following day. The j referring lo tho Princess, says nothing [could be more popular than her be- i Irolhal to a naval officer hero ot her 1 own race. That tho king has gladly given Iiis consent Is one more afgn lhat' he accurately interprets public' sentiment, Tho whole nation, will loin j him in congratulations. COLORS GREY, CARDINAL; AND NAVY. PULL OVER STYLE BUTTON ON SHOULDER. CORSETS, UNDERWEAR AT SALE PRICES RYLANDS CO. IT'S OUR PRICES THAT MAKE OUR SALE A REAL SALE SWEATERS, UNDERSKIRTS, ALL REDUCED. THRIFT RECIPES Issued by tho Canada Foad Board ft From 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m. 15 PAIRS GREY FLANNELETTE SHEETS KM Pink and Blue Borders. Special Saturday l j A PAIR OF WHITE TURKISH TOWELS Fur Saturday shoppers, 16x27 inchet. Special, 10 DOZEN LE CHIC SILK HAIR NETS Selling lOc and 12iic each. Saturday Special. If for..............ii..................................... OUR COLONIAL SAFETY PIN The besl ICc card otrerea. Saturday, dozen 5c Miners' Specials MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR, two-niece garments. Kegular SI 25. Sale MEN'S OREY WOOL SOX. Regular ify. tilt. fe'ite BOYS' SUITS. Good quality Tweeds, Worsteds and Serges -1 Regular S15.W. Sale MEN'S WINTER CAPS. All sizes and colors. ReriiHr J2.25. Salo MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED COAT. SWEATERS. Color grey, brown and maroon. Regular 35.50. Salo t Tr I 0 HOUSE DRESSES In Btriyed print, liglit a.nd dark shades, stzes 36 to 42, ecial HOUSE DRESSES 17 Q For largfwojoieD, 43 to 43 liuat measure in giOEbams. QQ Special LADIES' AND GIRLS' HATS ALL GOING AT HALF PRICE. Velvet tanjs anii motor liate, thft very newest. OVR SUITS AND COATS In the newest and designs, sizes 16 to 14. V An Going at Half Price. BOOTS Made 'gunmetal and box caTt leathers In button and o CQ laced styles. Regular J4.50. Price WOMEN'S WALKING SHOES In gunmetal bos calt and patent leathers in button or laced styles. On tbe season's latest last. Good weight leather sole a O QQ and concave Cuban heels. Regular to Price___.... MEN'S BLACK AND TAN OILED GRAIN LEATHER BOOTS A strong datable raising boot, made of best quality oiled grain leather with, half bellows tongue, blacher'cut, solid leather eoles, Sotes sewn as -well as nailed. Regular ?5.50. Price -----....___..................................... MEN'S BLACK AND TAN WORKING BOOT Made of chrome tanned, leather with bellows tongue, cut, broad fitting last Solid teallier soles and heels, soles Mwn as as toot pi a do to, stand bard wear. Cft BOYS'BOOTS In black grained iMtlier.-fiill tilting last. Eitrm weight solin' leather aoles and heels. A hoot built tg give Regular 54.50. Price THE BERKLEY'SEWING MACHINES 4 and G drawers, in order to clear we offer, THE BERKLEY CABINET SEWING MACHINE These are aa.up-to-daU machine and carry a 10 vaar yj no .tutMO CONGOLEUM RUGS Slza Regular J3.25. O CQ A SELECT LOT OF WASHABLE BATH RUGS Size 24K6 inches. Resular J2.25, -I CO NO PHONE OR.C.O.D. ORBERS PLEASE APPLE AND CARROT CONSERVE diced, 1 quart. Tart apples, diced. 1 quart, Oranges, sliced, 2. Syrup, 2 curts. Salt. C'ook llic carrots in suf'icieni water to cover thorn until they are lender; j do not drain them. Add the other In gradients, nnd cook the mixture until H U clear. 4 MRS. VERNON CASTLE REPORTED ENGAGED A New York despatch says: It ii reported lhat Mrs. Castle I mgaged to be mirfied lo Tora'Powers, jllthe Rojal Air now ap- pearing In "Oh'Boj" I" London. Mr. Powers was a friend of tho Captain Vernon Castle, and it. was under the instruction ot loe latter lhat Mr. -Powers began lo fly. Mrs. Castla ias been reported engaged many tlmea since Captain Castlo -came' to iili death, nylng in Texas. It-was news tonight to Mtv Castle's mother, lhat her daughter waa report- ed engaged. She aald'aha had heard nothing of it. Sho would be the first person likely lo know regarded tho -rumor as unworthy of considera- tion.! Yet tho rumor persists. }Ir. Powers, who is from Texas, fame to New York. Iho ma'nigcinoDt ot Oliver "Mr. He was discovered by Jlr. Morpico, when appearing on lour uu- direction ,of Sluart Thai bast for a'lesaing'role'ln "Mile.a-Mlnute-Kcndall." After a hricf engagement in tharcomDuy, he appear- at Ihe Princess the- atre. lie rellred from "Oh Hoy" to enlist in the Royal Air gan training near Toronto, under Iho intorshlp of Captain Castle. He .went lo Teiaa'wlTfc1 training there when Caatle wen killed. ho wenl lo France, and Ihere- he and iiTalUM lo London. "Upon his engaged for 1he' English production of "OH in which he was [n London as he OMB In New York. i, OENERAt. ff f, .J. Though number o[ Canadiin wo-: are aBrring in French and ambulance sen-Ice, the first rteffn- Ue annouQCeiaent that ope Is enterlnfl. Germany ivitti th9 o! lion, comes from a litter ]ust Ironi Jlri. Vaui dhadwlck, ot Tor- onto. lira. Chaclwick (or jcxa has-been engaged, In -canteeft work tinder tho Krcncli; Red Cross. She has now become- attached to t moMIe canteen which U to acconipany the Krorcl! troops into Germany. Vaux Chadwitk, bus- hand, irent to France in cominaQil of tha Q'. 0. B. O. PloneaKEitljlipn a.nd fpf year 'area'donimandAnt at CirhhlAln VAb- bey. lie is qow in Germany yritli IM Canadian arm? ot occurallOn.'