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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TPT T.ET'Or'RrTTnnE PATTY HETUMJ FRIDAY, JANUARY H IWI MIL ADI 1M4 THE OF A ROAO "Let me live In a home ky the of a road. Where the of awn to The men who are good and the men who are bad. As goat aid M bad u I. I would not alt In tie seorner's seat, Or hurl the cynic's Let ate live In a house by the lide of n road And be a friend to maa." Bar. R. Clogg of the United Church is a visitor In the city this week from .f'arraangay. Mr. and moving to Mrs. Vred Fearnslde arcs Hth.street, joutH. MlM L. Hollander of Pincher Crook ii a visitor this week with Mr. and "Mrs. Wj-man. Mre. Charles McClenaghan, Worthy Grand Matron O.B.S. for Alberta wag In Calgary yesterday when she acted a> installing ofBcor for the joint in- stallatlcn of four O.E.S. chapters. Mr. and Mrs. C. Pickup have u their guest, their brother, the Capt. H.' R. Pickup of London, Eng. Miss Freda Hagell has accepted a position as stenographer with the Union liauk of Canada here. Major and 'Mrs. Brown and chil- dren of Cardston took up their resi- dence In their new home in the city on Wednesday. J. A.f Watson, inspector of public schools, Is confined to his home through Illness. Mrs. Spenee and Miss Slabel Hut- ton will represent the Tan-uus-uk chapter, I.O.D.U. at the meeting of I the provincial chapter belttg held in Thursday and Friday ot next week, Jan. 20th and iuc Aibertan. t Premier Martin of Saskatchewan U leaving Keeins next week for a short visit in Victoria. Y. L. Whitney of Lethbridge, is re- gistered at the Dominion Hotel in Victoria. Rev. F. W. Dtifoe, of tha First Bap- tist Church, to Calgary. on the morning train to attend meeting of the Home Mission Board. He will return Saturday. T Mrs. 3. S. Jones and Master Dun- can returned to High River last week, after spending the holidays in Leth- Mrs. Jones' parents, River Times. The sad iutelltgence has 'been re- ceived by Rev. (f. H. Cobbledick, of the sudden death of hia only surviv- ing sister, Mrs. Andrew Hicks, at Rlvorajde, California, w.here she bas resided tor many years. The remain are being sent to Exeter, Out., he former home, for interment. Mrs Hicks hid a very wide circle friends, who will deeply mourn h Bulletin. Mr. George Hartley-Roberts Coutts, brother- ot Mrs. W. P. Ro has gone to Camp Burden to take course in the Air Force, Mr. and Mrs. H. Husband left thl afternoon to spend a week in Ptncbe Creek. While there they will atten the marriage ot the former's sister Miss R. Husband to Mr. Bruce Parke which takes place on Wednesday. At the regular meeting of the Gen eral Griesbach chapter on Wednesda held at the home of Mrs. W. Cassels, 100th avenue, it was decide not to send a delegate to the pro- vincial JUethbrldge. Afte the usual- roAtnie of th chapter of five 4able sat down-to play Bulletin. Daily Fashion iftwsl KMIOIDS (TakMt tr OrMMlu) INDIGESTION WHtl or without mtan QUICK RELIEF! 25-50-751 MAOH KOTT aewHC MAKERS Or SCOTT'S EMULSION SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. D. A. Taylor entertained a fe' intimate friends en Wednesday, after noon at a couple of tables of krldg in honor of Mrs. 'Ames of Macleod i The Military Chapter, I.O.D.B. havi extended an Invitation to the member of the "Dumbells" company to b' their guests at the tea dansant the; are holding tin Saturday, Jan. 15th in the O.W.V.A. club rooms. On a recent Monday there was la delightful musicale given at the Everything on Sale at Big at WILSON'S ALL AROUND SALE PALACE MARKET SATURDAY SPECIALS Choice Legs of Mutton, per Ib.... .32c Choice Shoulders of Mutton, Ib.. .24c Choice Roasts of Beef, Ib., 15c and 18c Finest Boiling Beef, per Choice Roasts of Veal Ibjflc, 2k 30c Stewing Veal per Ib.............15c Stewing Mutton, per Ib...........ISc Pure Leaf Lard, per Ib............25c YOU CANT BEAT THE QUALITY OF THE MEATS, OR THE PRICE, IN THE CITV. PALACE MEAT MARKET 13TH STREET NORTH. PHONE 431. BEIQE-C0LOMEO CRCPI MAKES A PRETTY DRESS One of fabrics which promises to be very much In vogue In the com- j in; season is crepe. Its dull finish Is, most effective, while Its draping and! wearing qualities are admired both by; the creator of the dress ae well as Us j wearer. This Interesting model j iglnated in beige-colored crepe. The' sleeves are most artistic with their long pleated cuffs. A high, neck la featured in this frock and it is finish- ed with a little pleating. A very dec- orative arrangement is noted on the pleated skirt. The black satin hat shows a.trimming of two rows of the pleated crepe. borne of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer, five miles of Coaldale. The home .Was prettily decorated in holiday colors of reel and green. "Captain" Orr gave several cornet solos assist- 4 4> ed by Mrs. Harry Naylor on the piano, which were beautifully rend- ered. Mr. Dwlght Kramer also gave 4 some equally delightful violin solos.- Mr. Frank Low gave several vocal selections assisted by Kramer and Mlsi Livingston, Following the musical program five hundred., was played, and a very pleasant evening was spent. The guests pretest were <'Capt." and Mrs. David Orr, Mr.'and Mrs. H. Naylor, Mri'and Mrs. G. Har- ris, Mr. Frank B. Lowe. Mr. Dwight E. Kramer, Miss Rose-Marie Kramer, Miss Hazel Livingston, Mr. J. Baty, Mr. and Mrs. A. buted. flay with the daintiest of decora- tions In pink and white was Harper's hall last evening, the occasion being one of the brightest and happiest dances of the season, given by the i Junior Orchestra. A large number o guests gathered there to enjoy th evening and a quaint touch was give the affair by little Dodle' Ostlund who dressed as kewpie ih snowy white with fluttering pink th punch. Elaborate refreshments wen served at midnight, and afterward the dancers were enmeshed in stream ers that were thrown, the hall pre sonting a brilliant scene aa the rain bow hues of the streamers 'intermlngl ed among the bright evening gown of the ladies. Splendid music was tur nlshed by Miss Ursula Elton's Junio orchestra. The hostesses for the oc casion were Mrs. DeVeber, Mrs. Miles ind Mrs. Elton. Among the out-of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Eld ridge, Miss Helen Eldridge and Mr Fred Eldrjdge of Woolford, guests of Mr. and Mrs .D. H. Elton. One of the most Interesting affairs f the season was held Thursday even- ng in the Elizabethan Room of tha Hudson's Bay when fcur chapters of he O.E.S. of this city held a joint in- flation of their 1921 officers. The bapters participating were Mizpah No. 6, Edith Cavell Chapter Unity Chapter No. 26 and Forth Star Chapter No. 34. Mrs, Me 'leuaghan. Worthy Grand Matron for rie province of Alberta cams from Lethbridge to act as installing officer at the ceremony, and Mrs. J. Arm- strong, Fast Grand Matron, filled the position of installing marsball, with Mrs. R. R: Bryant assisting. The banquet In connection with the- installation was held in the cafeteria section of the Bay, and. was a most enjoyable affair The following were the toasts proposed: "Our King and which was followed by the singing of God Save the King; The Grand Chapter, which was respond- ed to by Mrs. McClonsghan and Mrs. Its Flavor Pleases Kbu! No trouble to make a cap of INSTANT POSTUM exactly to your taste MADE EASY GREATEST OFFER of YEARS in MEN'S SUITS ai Values to ?OO.CC. SEASONABLE REQUISITES AT MODERATE PRICES FOR THE THRIFTY SATURDAY BUYER WHO WANTS ONLY THE HIGHEST GRADE OF MERCHANDISE. SATURDAY SPEOALS IN THE SILK DEPARTMENT DUCHESSE OQ O Very soii finish Duchease, extra quaitty, In of New Rose, Taupe, Pink, Nigger, Saxe, Navy, anil Black. Reg- AA ularly sold at.'16.75 a yard- To clear, special 1 piece only, extra heavy CREPE DE CHINE, ,40 inches wide, in pale pink only. The quality perfect. Regular Saturday Q SATIN for Here is another line of rich silk an'ii going at a very tempt- ing price; 36 inch; in colors of Rose, Pink, Apricot, Shot Cerise, Burgundy, Wine, Taupe, Sand, and Navy. Regular AA 14.95 a yard. Special to clear SILK TAFFETA for Two pieces only to sell at this price, in colors of Taupe and Belgian Blue; 36 inches wide. Usually priced at (4.60 An a yard. On sale Saturday At; yard COTTON BACK SATIN for Heavy quality cotton back Satin, made expressly for standing the wear ana tear: 36 Inches .wide. Nothing finer could be de- sired for a dressy and lasting lining. This comes in Ivory Fawn Brown, and Grey. Regular Special prlca for in nn Saturday FANCY PLAID AND SHOT to yard, for, fljQ yard................. Pretty checks and combinations of colors in shot t In this lot. All to clear at, yard SEASONABLE FOOTWEAR POPULAR P8KES -9 AJB. SPE0M5- SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Our entire stock of Men's Suits, in tweeds, serges, and wof- stede. Valued, up'to In' a special offering for Saturday only----------------- flt EVERYTHING IN THIS DEPARTMENT REDUCED ACCORDINGLY. uctjr Attractive Offerings in Ladies' and (Mhn's Wear for Saturday Ladies Dress Sale............... Ladies' Sale Boys' Boots- Sale Misses' Boots- Sale Girls' Sale Boys' Felt Shoes, sizes 12 and 13. 'Regular Sale ng Ladles' and Instep strap Slippers. Regular 15.130. Sale price........) 1 .J70 Infants' Corduroy Gaiters, red and fawn. Regular up to Ap for ...............JfOC Infants' red and brown Felt Boots. Sizes 4 and 5. Sale price............ SILK COMSINATiONfr- Flne lisle thread: BO sleeve, anklo length; SMh 34 to 44. Regular tf.M. To clear for this January Sale on Satur- A A CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS wr.jl. Tnrnbttll's make, drop seat, long sleeve, high neck. This is a pure wool garment, for ages 1 year to 16. This U old stock. Regular To clear (or Saturday Children's White and Natural aeat, and closed crotch. In a heavy weight fleece. This is old stock. Sizes 1 to years. Regular IJ.JB. To clear fcr Saturday at..............., Infants' Soft Sole Strap Slippers. Reg. Sale price ___ Ankle 45c Saturday Specials in Ladies' Silk Hose Famous Circle Bar, Holeproof, and Phoenix 'makes, with elastic tops. The colors include white, black, dark grey, and pearl.. Values from to a pair. Saturday special, per pair CHILDREN'S DRESS- ES at HALF PRICE for Saturday. Includes the balance of our stock, CHILDREN'S MILLIN- ERY to clear at HALF. PRICE on Saturday. BLACK AND WHITE SILK weight habutai, button fronts. Three different In collerl. Slies 34 to to. Regular To clear Saturday at..............jJtjV SILK meat of Underwear Is reduced (or this sale. To clear up the bal- ance of our Silk Uidemu we are offering one-quarter off on some ot our garments while others we an offering at HALF MICE for Saturday. HARVEY'S SILK COMBINATIONS Silk stripe, fine crean only; no sleeve, ankle lengths; short sleere, amkto lengths; opera straps, ankle lengths. Reg. AA For CORSETS Special IB back luce Cor- tor RepUar 14.50. To dew AA. BRASSIERES to clear for Sat- urday at 89c She Budson's nay (Tompany 3off, of Olils, who was the Worthy 'Grand Matron of the Graiid Chapter O.E.S., of Alberta; Retiring Officers, responded to by Past Patron; Officers, response by -SteNelll, Worthy Matron; Our responded to by, tfr. Games, Past Vqiipd Patron; Masonic Fraternity H.' C.-Ritcbie, ast Orand- A pleasing feaJnrjs' or me evmhif was the presentation iaade to McClenaghair 8. J. behalf of the of a gor- punch ;vMri Armstrong, nstalling proaouted with a beautiful R....R. 3ryant on behalf of the cHapters, and Mrs. Dlalr was presented' with a taeau- iful bouquet of Morning Al- bertan. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES obtained from the members of the executive in each department. Any further information, can be secured by phoning P. E. Reagh at Tse choir of the First Baptist Church will by special request give the cantata which they gave during the Christmas week entitled "The Ohristmal King." on Sunday evening, this -will take the place of the ser- mon; and a cordial invitation is ex- tended to all. The annual luncheon of the Art Needlework club will be held at the home of Mrs. D. A. Simpson, 637 9th street, south, on Monday at 12 o'clock sharp. Dominion Rebekali Lodge No. 41 will hold a dance uu Tuesday even- ing, Jan. 25th, in the Masonic Hall, loth St. All Oddfellows and Kebekahs 4 The entertamraeni he Canadian rod Athletic club, nenti for a snr" ield in the anuary 84th, wsary of the committee of ilway Social iking arrange- 'Mance on 'Monday, ttfe flrst ie ceramtttea regret' that 'ihejtf ifc-e' to excludnl uests who patrpnlM their usual lances, but wish It tilorwghly under- tbod that this function is strictly for C.PJfl. employees. Ejnplayees deslr- of attending are asked to procure heir Invitations before January 20th, as this la positively the last date any can bo issued. Cards can be The Things jn ufe That Count happiness. Health first. others follow. Good digestion is most important. Atftsfirst sign of disorder takeadow of BEECHAM'S PILLS 'b km. Men wKb do not receive Invitations please.' phone H. S. White or H. L. Medal- lum, or pbone 1636, or 1404. The Primary and Beginners Depart- ment of Wesley Sunday School will meet with the other Sunday Schools after the morning service. WEDDINQft PLUNKEL At St. John's Manse, 258 'First 9t., on Tuesday evening, January llth, Eva Plunkel, of Shuler, Alberta, was united in marriage to Victor Emanuel Anderson of Orannm, Alberta, by Rev. Thomas Wilson. LANH A quiet wedding took place OB 8vn- day, January 9, m the K.P. tall when Mr. Jack Hollander of Pincher and Miss Florence Lane, u' London, England, were united In marriage hy Rev. Zussman. The bride was given away by Mrs. Wymen and Mrs. Hemi) man, and the groom by Mr, Wymsji and Mr. Ooodman. Mr. and Mrs: Hol- lander have left tor Pincher Creek where they will reside. announces the of Cap- tain Earl Dalkelth of the grenadier guards, and formerly on the Stan of the Duke of Devonshire ,ta Canada, to Esther Mary, eldest daughter Of the late Major William Lasalles of the Scots guards. (Continued en Page SJxteth.) JAPAN TO PAY INDEMNITY 'f? MANILA, Jan. nas agreed to an Indemnity as a result ot the killing of Lieut. Warren H. Langdon of the United States cruiser Albany in Vladivostok by a Japanese Sentry.' It Is understood here. i ENGAGEMENT LONDON, Jan. 11 As- sociated IMir AT IMPMM TODAY ANC TOMORROW. ____, ;