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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 11, ijrrmwpr.E DAP..Y HERALB MILADI I'hone TRUE JOY it isn't In the things you own Which you inusti keep and "y alouo; It isn't in tho HoUIn you claim, N'or is it in a selftsli fame; H can't be found upon ;i shc'If; You cannot Kftjk I'm1 joy itself .-Vnil separate it from tile things Which life to every mortal iirlnjjs. PERSONALS v I J. wpftk with their son and daufhtw- lln-law, Mr. and Mra. W. Simpson. I Mrs. is uuicUd to I arrive In the city shortly from Mac- I leod unti will make her home here. I Miss Rosbnskle. who has been hi the Gait Hospital aince her accident recovered sufficiently to return to her home. Mrs. Schnleder and daughter Bawn, have left tor three months' visit at Chcstervllle, Ont., with Shnei. cler's mother, Mrs. Geo. Chambers. i Miss Cowell who recently underwent an operation in the Van Haarlem pital, is getting along favorably. -Mrs. B. R. J. Porster, 628-lOtlr St. Mrs. Arthur Murphy of Edmonton, :-nMt. will not receive tomorrow. has been endorsed by the Women's j Club of Montreal as qualified for ft Mrs. C. E. llraiiduw will receive to-! seat In the Canadian Senate. afternoon from 4 to G at her r.ew borne, Ml 13th street .south. Mrs. Kirkoatrlck of Nobleford, who was recently operated on in the (Salt Mr. r. hvnns is a visitor In Calgary Hospital is doing as weJl as can be fur ii few I expected. I Mr. riUii Mrs. Fred Thuell and little 4-4 feun, will" be visitors in Calgary for tho next week. SOCIAL EVENTS .Mrs' H. BflnLlcy who has con- lined to her ruiiu through illness, is uWu to be up again. Mrs. Jos Maughan entertained a few friends recently in honor of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simpson have re- Schneider, who lias been visiting turned from spending hor. Daily Fashion By I A CHARMING FOR SOUTHERN WEA Many are the dainty creatluus orig- inated for the fortunate, women who will spend the Winter days beneath tho smiling: skies of the South. This Among the social eventB of this esr; made of white o week is the dance being given by the ways a tavored San Soucl club "tomorrow night in OF lEUIATISM Harper's Hall.' Invitations have been' issued for the Most elite dance of the season, that with eyelet embroidery. In order that the pattern of the) embroidery may better be revealed, a black satin slip Is worn with this This, __.. being feivon by the Junior'Orchestra "ot the front where in Harper's hall, on Thursday even- "ack takes on the lines of ins. This is being pleasantly antici-' walB.tcoa '3 nteresting to and sp.-ams too m ,Qf6th'e J note Kesp Sloan's hrndy fcr backache are. longer S LOAN'S l.'.nimcni. h-.'.s been sold for 39 years. Todply. ;t. is more popular IJIU.T evoi-. There can be but one produces re- sults. Appliod without rubbing, ii pene- trates to the afflicted part, bringing the city. Mrs. J. A. Jackson entertained very delightfully last .week at a luncheon and bridge in honor of hor guest, Mrs. i R. C. Ames of Delia, Alberta. Covers of the city. were laid for twelve, scarlet carnat- itons forming very artistic decorations than the slip, for this Is but a hint that longer skirts will. S0on make their appearance. The all-black hat Is very effective. skin mil, pains, often the result of ure. It. leaves no mussiness. stain or clojgeil pores. j Get a large bottle for greater econ-' oiny. Keep it handy for use- when .needed. Your druggist has it. Three 70c, Made in Can- Ada. tcrnoon hours, tho prizes heir ried off by Mrs. T. B. Alartin of'Mac- leod and Mrs. G. E. C. Martin. i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Grove's is thfe Genuine and Only Laxatlvm Brente Quinine The first or.d original Cold and Grip tablet, the merit of which is recojriized by all civilized nations. Be cartful to iTold Inltiliou. Be sure its BroniO The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Hyssop, 606 ISth Street north, on Wednesday afternoon. Members of. the Daughters and Malds-of England are asked to meet at 7.30 tomorrow evening (Wednes- day) In Btirgmann's hall. Members are kindly asked to donate a cake to- wards refreshments for the whist drive. The San Soucl Club is holding an informal dance tomorrow night. In Harper's hall from 9 till one. Re- freshments will be served. The young people of the Christlin Endeavor of the Christian chnrch CITY ACTIVITIHS A 4. Numerous meetings were' held last evening (n. the city, resulting in the will bo leader and Mr. Paul Rhodes neit want wIU act as usher. meetlnE to be held- There will be a general meeting of the Lethbrldge Chapter.'I. 0. D. E.. on Thursday night, at 8 o'clock, in the G.W.V.A. club rooms. Will all mem- bers make a special effort to attend as the nomination of officers for the coming year will take place. The Lethbrldge Military Chapter I. 0. D. E. propose to hold another of their in the G. W. V. A; auditorium, on Saturday, January IB, Municipal I. O. D. B. I Discussion of the program for tha Provincial I.O.D.B. which meets here1 on January 20 and 21, and plans fqr the entertainment of the visitors op- cupled the major part of the raeetlnfc of the Municipal Chapter I. O. D., E; held last evening in the Y. M. C. A.: with the regent, Mrs. Ritchie, presid- ing. tha delightful timo they 'had, :and the name, "Military Chapter" is sufflclent to warfant satisfaction regarding re- freshments, and who could resist the pleasure conjured up by' tho words j and the "Veterans Dance oor." r Tho Missionary Auxiliary I of Knox church will hold its annual 1 meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in the school room. Election of officers and j reports of secretaries, i The first lecture In Home Nursing i Court uodor tho auspices of the St. John's Ambulance Association will be held in the Y. M. C. A. at 7.30 tomor- row evening, January 12. Mies Shear- er, who was a nurse In Siberia with The genuine bears this signature 30c. nun a nurse in OlDeria mninlCM nf the American lied Cross, and who has f, T, had a great amount of experience In' The meetings will occupy the tvoi days of tho above dates, the Veterans. very kindly having given the use of registration of members and the minutes of the last annual meeting. The first afternoon will be an open meeting at which Dr. Conybeare, Mayor. Hardie, President Longworth and others will speak General agenda will occupy the morn- ing and afternoon sessions of the fol- lowing day. j The social side of the convention has not .been neglected. The visitors will likely be entertained at tho noon hour etch the Major Jack Ross Chapter inviting tljem to luncheon on One of these.days. Afternoon tea will be served and on Thursday even- Ing a reception will be held. On Friday the visitors will be the guests of honor of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter at the play given under the Shop Early and Share in the Half Day Specials Ready-to Wear Attractions For Half Day Selling ONE Blti SURPRISE WEDNES- DAY MORNING IN THE RSADY-TO-WEAP. Two big tablefuls of broken including the very best of lines- House seU, tnMiers, petticoats, un- muslin underwear, wash aklrtfi, blouses, flannel- ette gowns, Infants' and child- ren's wear as high as pn this table; to clear rik-f AA for................. ONE TABLEFUL OF AND ENDS IN DIFFERENT LINES This includes' the best of these broken lines. Underwear, cor- set covers, -aprons, children's sanitary goods, bras- sieres and1 'infants' wear. Reg- ular ll.SS to- on for OifC VOILE WAISTS Every voile waist in the Blouse Dept, is going for half price. Save and buy now. Don't for- get the voile waists at HALF PRICE. CHILDREN'S SERGE JERSEYS AND VELVET DRESSES GO AT HALF clear up our stock of winter dresses we are offering these at HALF PRICE to clear up our flnal stock so we can give you absolutely new stock and new styles for spring. Buy your girl that naw spring school dress at reduced prices. HALF PRICE WEDNESDAY MORNING. CLOTH COATS, FUR COATS AND LEATHER COATS .Coat is reduced. For Coats, HALF PRICE. tuathar. o'oats. liio.OO for! Leather Coats, J9000 for Cloth Goats, 198.50 'Cloth TGoats, 175.00 for CCA AA tAC A A Cloth Coatu, 185.00 for Cloth for .Cloth Coats, UO.OO for......... Cloth Coatfc for Housefurnifihings Temptingly Priced CRETONNES- AND HEAVY At Extra tale Prices Reversible shadow' cloths, 50 Inches wide, splendid col, or combinations; just the ma- terial for'heavy hangings or furniture covering.' Regular Sale 'price, per yard 9vwJO Striped .Casement Cloth, 38 Inches .wide, In French blue. Sale-price, per jfC yard................. Sifty pieces of. all ImnprteA- and good pat- terns. Regular and to ;go at, per yard 9UC 50 inch Curtain Velour in old rose. .This line is worth ?B.60 today. Sale price, .par yard v..: THE WONDER BUTTER MERGER Makes TWO pounds of merged Butter out of ONE pound of butter. It also haa a dozen other .uses for kitchen labor-saving. A lialf dollar well spent EACH-50c PAOCCUCVCN Stan Hen Newsy From UK Men's Wear H90 I B4YC NICK WEAR, I BOYf SILK SCARFS, TO CLEAN UP HALF PRICE THRtj ONLY MEN'S FUR COLLAR COATS Chamois lined right through full length, black melton cloth ee.ll. ular price Ho.Od. Sale tin A> Price-.................... MEN'S PURE SILK SHIRTS Worm to five double wear; guar- anteed to wuh, tut color. Regular Sale Regular Sale REAL BARGAINS IN i Stanficld's Med- jfj ium Weight ALLIES V Regular price Sale price___ Rfegular price Sale price___ Regular price Sale price Regular price Sale price___ Wednesday Morning Specials From Dry Dfpartmcnt STRIPED InehM wide, English make, ff Regular He. Wednesday Morting Special, yard 03C HHISTltCHID PILLOW tine value at 1A t3.W pair. FINE COTTON sUe (or double beds; two yards wide and two t yudi Worth pair. j J ft W'dnwtay HotWM 8Meltl> QMAT IIBSPRCAO .only fine crdcbwt bed- aiuffdi. taliMp ilfp. H snow. price no 94.1S MChun bw k kni won, .nd the akin WM ied hot. He could Iat the Itched anil burned to, it uuied him to teucb. I WM quits dli- Datldsoh, flrst guide; Mrs. Crotf, sec- i? ri i? ifSM t B' of ond Slllde; Mrs- third guide; ano ki. neld their regular meeting. Mrs. Ward; fourth Mrs Hsdlev last the Oddfellows hall, and Mr. Parsons, auditors. After the when the installation of officers topic, close of the business dainty refresh- Srf.ii.J Mra- M. Oikes, ments serve'd by dur- K it' M- Vlre-Presi- ing. which time all Joined in wishing ilent; Mrs. M. McElroy, secretary; that the lodgi CLUKER FLUKES t HW M far Cntl- 8wp ud OtatmeM (or free twmplt. bought mon ind uxltwe and httf tl Catkin Mr.. 9. D. MEOaln, Ont., Etec. mi, Uic Cuiiain Soip, OtMnmt Md chaplain; Mrs. P. Frey, conductor; Mt-s. M. Scott, warden; Mrs. M. Wil- liams, inner guard; Mi'H. C. Chapman outer guard; A. Murray, collec- tor. i St. Mary's Auxiliary The onniial meeting of St. Mary's' Women's] Auxiliary was held yester.' ge might be as n'ros It's a (Julie in that makes flamboyant wiiitu and sum It all up, and it's simply bad f taste, which, after all, Is nothing hut lack of thought for whet Is in harmony in any form. It. i-rat .necessary to tje ettrava- gant )h order to be gowned cor-' rac'tly. On the contrary, we avoid much that Js coitly and. uni 'W6rld. PREMIER AND MRS. I brimmed hats with veils to busjness or makes tho' man in the elevator next them spoil all his New Year's resolu- tions. HEAVY SNOW VIRGINIA ROANOKK Va., lit. of the anows In the history of Roaiioke fel! during the lint U hours, 19 inches on a levrjl. Vehicular trahic Is pricticallx suspended and at one building has collapsed under the weight'on it] root. f lOUGHSANDCOLD often are a drain upon the Vital forces. scorn mum strengthens the w syttem and helps drive out the pre> Jgri MEIGH6N IN MONTREAL That leads them into French heeled slippers with tailored suits and blouses. That makes them forget that lade "fioretnry; Mrs. Riopor, convenor sys- tpmatlc giving collection. The gates to Calgary to attend the annual meeting of tho Blocisian board in February the president, Mrs. EVENING WEDDINGS BANNED BECAUSE That urges a woman with, yellow, swarthy skin to wear browns that 4j deaden and greens that throw a ghast- ly womon with gray hair ta Feariou tnd Mrs. Htrrlion. ind Mildi The rxiughtw; IM Maids of Ent> CUT TOO LOW wear yellnw-ugh! It has tin same Jarring effect ai discord In music, hasn't ItT I If it didn't cipress Itself Jan. Evening In this way, It would m another. The Fragrance of HO AT An AM Anticipates exqulftlfe flavoof. ;