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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1021 MILADI THE DATT.Y AN (OLE POET his mother, Mrs. A. M. hai returned to Vancouver. An idle poet, here and there, Looks round him; hut for all rest, The world, unfathomably fair, Is duller than a test, i-U Mrs. Salmon Is returning, to the city todsv after spending a few days fi I Macleod. the Mrs. McDonald, who was the guesl of Mrs. K. W. liolckie [or the week end when she attended the musical recital and the Majestic performance has returned to her homo In Macleod NOT RECEIVING THURSDAY Mrs. L. Y. McKinnoy, whose series of articles on '.'Alberta Women and Albertaf Laws" appear In the Hnraiij columns, has gone from Calgary to I .Edmonton where she will tpend the coming week attending the U. F. A. The following ladles will-hot receive convention in the capital city, tomorrow; Mrs. K. O. Hazoll. Mrs. M. J. Gibson. Mrs. E. Alnsworth. SOCIAL EVENTS 4 Mrs. Claude C. Stibbard, 808 7th St South, will receive on Friday. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., left yester- day afternoon for a short visit In Winnipeg. Mr. C. Kinney, who has been the. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eddy, Fel- Mrs. Paul Irwln entertained s few Intimate friends but svenlog very delightfully at the of her moth- er, Mrs. M. Dunsworth. The dance held last evening In the Masonic hall by the. Q. P. R. Social and Athletic Club was its usual suc- cess, everyone enjoying the evening to the utmost, and the floor and music being up to Its usual high standard. Mrs. J. I mentary to her guest, Mrs. R. C. Ames .j. of Delia, Alberta, when she entertain- Mrvand Mrs. Allen Mlllhouss, who 9d fow friends., Mrs. D. A. Taylor J. W. McNicol assisted, the Daily Fashion have been visiting In returned to the city. Mrs. A. M. Lafferty and Mrs. Jamei Short have returned from a visit in Raymond. Mrs. Short will remain in the city, the guest of Mrs. Laffeity Miss Gotf, of Calgary, is a visitor in the city -with Mrs. E. Marks Sfh street; Mrs. G. C.'Cop0 has returned from a short visit in Calgary. Miss Sybil McMeeken of the Taber hospital Is in Lethbridge this week visiting her mother. Donald Marshall, who has been spending the last three months with I _md Mrs. tea table being artistically with scarlet carnations. centred I CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Owing to unforeseen circumstances the Cheerio Club dance has bun post- poned from tomorrow, January 13, till Monday, 'January 17, Members please note. The regular monthly meeting of Central W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. Brlgg, 1807 8th Ave., tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. All asked to Wholesale Arrests Canadians With Coughs Haiti "Wlo thcref Someou with a cough. Pass friend 1 Slop you sjo. umlet arrest. Thous- ands of such arrests are being day In all parts of Cainula. Too long hare coughs and evaded juitiea and eamcd untold suffering to humanity, but at last they have been eqrnered and ovorpowernd bj Can- ada's famous cough detective Buck- lay's' Bronchitis Mixture. Did you hear of this wonderful remedyl Why, everybody is talking and writ- ing about tho great work it is doing in earing coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, etc. The following is ona. of thousands of letters received: "Kindly accept my sincere I hanks tot the be'neflt my wife derived by the use of one of your bottles of Bronchitis Mixlura. For oyer thirteen years she lias suffered acutely. After spending dollar after dollar upon various remedies, no re- lief wss obtained. Hearing of your mojt marvelous remedy she decided to give it a trial and I am glad to nay ono bottle has made her well. You aro at liberty to use my name and should only too pleased to answer. any inquiries. Sincerely youri, John Holmei, Vorkville Aye." orig- inal of this letter may be seen at W. K. Buckley, Limited, 142 Mutual St., Toronto. Prm't allow a cough or cold to linger with you. Awuy with ill Hail Buckley's Mixture and have tough arrested. This remedy never laiis. On bottla is a guarantee to refund the money if not satisfac- tory. Delays art dnngeroun, Ordei The (Irst lecture in Home Nursing, under the auspices of the St. John's Ambulance Association, will be held in the Y.M.C.A. at 7.30 tonight The annual meeting of the parish- ioners of St. Mary's will be Aeld in the parish hall on Thursday night at S o'clock. All members of the con- gregation are urged to be present. The regular meeting of the Women's Civic Club has been postponed from Thursday until Monday. Further no- tice will be given later. DAINTY LINGERIE SHOWS EX- QUISITE HANDWORK Women who like to make their own alnty underwear will be interested in his novel piece of lingerie which hows the petticoat and chemise in one. It is developed in very sheer French linen, and the tiny pleats that accentuate Its slenderizing lines are stitched by hand. which decorate this garment are hand em- broidered, and the little spots within their curves are also hand-wrought. Bands of net add to the daintiness of this creation, while's delicate touch of color is found in the shoulder straps of flesh-colored ribbon. The same kind of ribbon also enclrclas tha waist. At Carroll, Man., 1, 19il, oc- curred the marriage of Mr. S. Wai- ace Simpson, of Warner, Alberta, to Miss Ella Rossmore, Ont At home, Warner, Alberta, alter Feb- ruary 1. BANQUET GIVEN TO TEACHERS AND SENIOR ST. AUGU8TIN PUPILS Dominion Rebekah Lodge, No. 41, hold its regular meeting on Thurs- day night at 8 o'clock 1n the I.O.O P. hall. A full attendance Is requested Refreshments will be served. Visitors always welcome. The teachers and officers of Wesley Sunday school a monthly j business meeting Thursday' evening at S o'clock sharp in the ladles' parlor of the church..... fropi Druggist SOLD IN LETHBRIWJE BY THB STOKES DRUG CO. Musterole Works Without the Easier, Quicker no sense In miring a me- et mustard, flour and water when you can easily relieve pain, sorencssorstiS. ness with alittle clean, white Mmterote. Musterole is made of pure 0U mustard and other helpful ingredients. combined in. the form of the present white ointment It tsies the place ol mustard p astert, will not blister MtuteroleiiwaUy gives prompt relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, ajthma, neuralgia] The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I O. D. E., will hold its regular month- ly meeting at 3 p.m. tomorrow (Thurs- day) In.the Y.M.C.A. The date has been-changed owing to the meeting of the Provincial Chapter in city next week. A lull .attendance is re- quested, and members are asked to bring their yearly dues, as nomina- tions for officers for the ensuing year are to be made and no member whose (lues are In arrears is entitled to a, vote at the annual meeting. The sys- tematic giving committee will be-1 the hall at 2.45 to receive collection i There will be a general meeting o the Military Chapter, I.O.D.E.t tomo row night at S o'clock In the O.W.Vjk Club rooms. Every member ot Si. Augustin church choir Is earnestly requested t attend tho practice on Friday eveuin at S o'clock prompt. After the pra tlce business pertaining to the reo gauization of the choir will be dli cussed. Any who are unable to at tend through sickness are asked t phone Mrs. Johnson (1338) Lady Ramsay To Reproduo P. P. C. L I. Colors pains and aches of ac or oints sprains, son bruises, chilblains, frosted fertcoWs of What comes "ONCE TO EVERY Is it the Cholcn between Lore sad Duty? The former Princess Patricia, col- onel-In-chlef at the famous Princess Pats Regiment, who will work the new .colors with hor own hamli Tho old flag Is tattered and worn after Us 11 war The teachers and pupils of the St. Augustin's Bible classes were very pleasantly entertained at a banquet last evening by St. Augustln's Wom- en's Auxiliary. About flfty senior pup- ils and sixteen teachers were present, ;the banquet tables being beautifully decorated wltb polnsettas and scarlet decorations. Following the singing of "O Can- j ada" and a piano solo by Miss Nora Wellington, the company sat down to a delicious repast, presided over by Rev. Gore Barrow who In a few words expressed his pleasure at being pres ent. Paddy Bowman very ably gave.the toast to the church, which was splen- didly responded to by Jack Johnston Miss Vinnie Bu'rrltt then toasted the teachers on behalf of the pupils thanking them for their continued work through the year and for the giving up of their Sunday afternoons which have been highly appreciated by all. Miss Marjorie Sherlock re- sponded, stating that she and the other teachers realized their responsi- bilities In seeking to train tho chil dren, and that In. times of discourage- ment the students can help more than they realize, through their attention and -appreciation, which gives enthus- iasm to all. The mission of all older classes should be to impress upon the younger students that the Sunday school If a vital and living factor In their lives. Mr. Butler entertained the company with a very amusing monologue. A toast to the Women's Auxiliary was given by Miss Ethel Jones, thanking them for the bountiful supper and hoping that as the supper had been such a success, that all their under- takings In 1921 might be equally suc- cessful. Mrs. Meech responded on behalf of the Auxiliary expressing apprecia- tlon-for the good wishes, and explain- ing how the Auxiliary realized the need of teachers In training the pupils, and how the pupils were very proud of their teachers. Walter Hyssop spoke on behalf of the newljr.formed Boys Bible Class and the teachers were then called upon to say a few words. Mr. Brooks, the new superintendent of the Sunday school, then addressed pupils, stating that the children of today will be the men of tomor- row. They will see the new church- j -r Bewildering Reductions in the Ready-to-Wear Department WOMEN'S sand vel- our, opossum collar; size 20 Regular (130.00, tor TWO BLUt SERGE Sizes 42 to-44. Reg. r A J65. To clear at... J I JU ONE BLACK SERGE Size 38. Regular An7 7 r To dear at this sale ONE BLACK FANCY SERGE 42. Regular (73.50. To clear at this ih jn sale.............. SILK LINGERIE EVERY PIECE OF SILK LINGER. IE 18 REDUCED FOR OUR JANU- ARY CLEARANCE SALE. HERE ARE SOME OF OUR BARGAINS. ONE BLUE CHEVIOT Size IS. Regular J47.50. To clear ONE NAVY 33, Regular S11S.OO, ONE NAVY 42. t nn Mlar To clear at CHILDREN'S GREY AND RED WOOL feet, sizes 2 years to 5. Regular and To clear at BLACK AND WHITE WOOL country Roods, ifil.OU Children's Sweaters Children's Coat Sweaters, sand with white collar and cuffs; age 6 to 12 years. Regular To honeycombed. Regular An To clear at S4.75 Yon Need Not Pay High Prices for Your Shoes Now EVERYTHING REDUCED A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIALS Men's Dress Shots Sato Children's Boots. Sale........... Ladie.' Patent Mary Jane and Kid Slipper. With Ankle Strap. Regular for 20 Per Cent Off All Rubbers and Overshoes Children's Corduroy Gaiton in Fawn and Red Regular ggc Hudson's Bay (Tomtrany i-.it., 1 _ Helpers secretary. they will be the teachers and leaders dent' Mrs H A lUnK-fitnn of tho chrirch. Comradeship is the. Mrs McLeod secre keynote to success. Comradeship tary; Mrs. Robert Scott secretary, meant much to the boys overseas, and treasurer; Mrs. S. S. Dunham stranE so too, we need comradeship with our ers' secretary; Mrs. Needs' Home fellow workers and with God. Most nome children look upon their school taach- as an ideal, and this Is very hard to livo up to. So co-operation of the children is needed' in studying their lessons, and loyalty to one another, which brings unity. The mooting closed .with the sing- ing of the National Anthem. MANITOBA WOOL GROW. ERS WANT PUBLIC PRO TECTED WHEM BUY. HVG WOOL GOODS BRANDON, Jan. resolution asking the provincial department of agriculture to take stops to secure M. A. OF KNOX legislation to protect the public when APPEAL FOR CHINESE OI buying alleged woollen goods, was 41 passed today by the Manitoba Sheep v Help Yourself As si builder of strength or protection against weakness Scott's Emulsion has stood tlte exacting test of time. Help to renewed strength, take Scott's Emulsion! At the annual meeting q! the. Wom- en's Missionary .Auxiliary of Ureeclers.in annual meeting here to- day. The protection suggested was tbst a statement bo stamped on the cloth ---lAIUBry -UI' KllOX uu DtfUIUJCll U1I tUtJ CiOlfl church held last, evening In tho s'10w'ne the relative amounts of vlr- sehoolroom It was decided, in re-! ?'n shoddy, cotton or other tei- 1 'He Included In the makeup. Genrge Gordon, of Oaklake, win Hpbnao to tliQ appeal being made to missionary societies for hnln the Chinese famine to ask for president, and was naraurt rep. or donatfons Immediately., All who can I tho western Canada contribute to this worthy cause arc asked leavo bofoi-p next Tuesday .with JnsV.McLeay ft was decidcil at to take up the study nf. two books; "Can- ada's Past" and "The: Bible and '.'Mis- Mrs. a short talk on tho first chapter of tho lat- Mrs. McKIIlop Elections'of offlairs resulted M foi. lowi: Mrs. W. Ij. McKcnzio, .president- ftrst- 'ivestocl1 lmlon' (11 was ruiuvu uy American and Canadian liquor officers recently near Beecher Falls, Vt. On the Vermont side nothing was found, bnt on the Canadian side a wide open bar was discovered to be doing a rush- ing; business. Liquor valued at was seized. Vermont surpluses of rob.idiary companies, ot wer, ferred dividends of The cor- poration now operates 20 theatres, and has seven more under construction to open between Jan, 15 and May 1 next. Owing to Increased cost of news- print and tho tremendous Increase In postage charges which came into eratiou January 1, the Toronto Globe The first annual report of the lurl ous Players Canadian.. Corporation' announces the increase of mm' shows proflta mcludlng past year's scrlption rate to eight dollars Cuticura Talcum Always Healthful ;