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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TFF T TVAH.Y SATURDAY. JANUARY MILADI Were halt the power that ffils the world with terror, Were half the wealth bestowed en camps and courts alien to redeem the human mind from eiror, There were no need of tnenals or forts. PERSONALS inclal chapter which meets next In Lcthbrldt'e, the meeting having ti'ieii postponed from the 13th and llth to the 20th and 21st. Money was voted to defray the traveling; expensM ot the delegate, who U to be a mem- bor of tha executive of the Municipal Edmonton BulletlR. Dr. John H. Conklin of Winnipeg la a visitor In the city, having been called hare by his brother, It. S. Conk- lin, who IB critically 111 in the Van Haarlem hospital. Mrs. Emmelino Pankhurst, leader of English suffragists, has arrived in tho United States for a speaking tour. Mrs. Pankhurst has decided views on the Irish question. Lincoln's state- ment. concerning the necessity of pre- serving the union In 1860 might be applied with euunl force to the neces- sity of England's folding Ireland, she has said. Mr! E. U. Rylands returned this morning from a visit to Vancouver and Victoria. SOCIAL EVE NTS T. Longworth Is spending today in Calgary. D. E. Harris a visitor 1> Winni- peg. Mrs. Harry' Holman is a visitor lit Calgary for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Manchester have, returned to the city attur iiavmg. .the holiday season in the east. Miss F. McVicar of Nelson, is spending a few days the guest of Mrs., T. Earl Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Porter are leav- ing on Monday for a trip to the south, and iwlll visit in Chicago, New Or- leans and various points in Texas. Mr. .Porter .will bo away about six delightfully yesterday afternoon at weeks. .Mrs. Porter will return at the the hour in honor of Mrs. J. A. A few of Mrs. Shepherd's friends ot the manager! at ana in Toronto and wtra promlnut In aoclaty circles tt their A AT who attond the moottni 1MB wmt aro: C. O. K NWirtt, K. L mitt. Calgary; A. Smith, Macleod; J. H. KakB, Dtumbeller. Toronto CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The ladles of the Major Jack Chapter I.O.D.B. are giving their luncheon on Thursday at one o'clock at Silver Grill. All members o[ tha Chapter vho >rn desirous of at- tending please send in their names to Mrs. DeVeber on Monday morning or phoss The executive of Council of Women will meet at Miss Bawdan's 1255 4th Aventw South, on Tuesday, January 18th, at 8 o'clock. If any member Is unable to attend please send a substitute. e The regular monthly mooting of the local committee Girl Guides will bo held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock- in St. Augustin's vestry, 8th Street and 2nd Avenue South. A full attend- ance is urgently requested. The regular monthly meeting ot the Gait Hospital Ladies' Aid will be held at 3 o'clock sharp in the Y.M.C.A. Everyone who can possibly attend Is asked to turn out as the December meeting had to be adjourned ou' ac- count of lack of a quorum. The young people of the Christian chucch are putting forth a special had the privilege of meeting her effort to get every one to come out the tea hour yesterday, at the home to their special meeting next Sunday of her hostess, Mrs. Howard Medicine Hat News. Mrs. G. W.'Leech entertained very end ks. ..M of thr ree ruontha. Captain B. C. Mackenzie has re- turned from, a visit to California. Miss Mackenzie is remaining to make a longer visit. iliss Lydta Doubt has resigned her Jackson and her guest, Mrs, Ames of Delia, also Mrs. C. C. King her mother, Mrs. Boyd. Miss Strote, ot the Letlibridge Con- servatory of Music staff, entertained a few of her advanced pupils at a studio rnuslcale on Thursday evening, position with the High River post Bt which she played for them a pro- gramme of Schubert, Bendel, Schu- mann, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Choplu, Brahms and Uazt numhers. A most evening -was spent recently at the home of Miss Ivy Jowett when she entertained the fol- lowing guests: Misa S. Driver, Miss M. Patterson, Heaton, Miss I. Jones, Miss M. Gilford, Miss J. Mar- tin, Mr. and Mrs. li Tulloch, Mr. C. D. Swift. A. W. Dew, Mr. Sangster, P. S. Sangster, Dunn, F. Jowett. Games and dancing were- enjoyed by all, with Mrs. Jowett and Miss Doris Jowett serving refreshments. In spite of the terrific wind prevail ing yesterday afternoon, quite a num- ber of ladies called'at the home of Mrs. Claude C. Stlbbard, 808 7th Ave. South, who received for the first time since coming to the .city. Carnations and narclssqs In shades of rose brightened the dining room. Mrs. Trenholme Dlckson and Mrs. Oora M. assisted the hostess. and will return to her home at Trail, B.C. Mrs. John Cress of New Dayton Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Dunsworth. Mr. Paul Jones Is spending the week end with friends In New Payton, Hon. C. K. Mitehell, who has been spending a few (lavs in Calgary, haa gone back to Edmonton. Rev. W. F. Dafoe Is returning today from Calgary where he attended a meeting of the Baptist Home Mission Board. Mr, Harold Coy has returned from spending the Christmas vacation sea- son in Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Brewerton on Saturday for Raymond, where Mrs. Brewerton will spend a few days visit- _____, ing with friends. Mr. Brewerton will Barro1 go to Shelby, Montana, where he will epend a few days on can Advocate. It was decided to send a delegate 11 was uecmea 10 sena a delegate membera of the Ladies. Aw. At from the Montreal chapter to the pro- ahout gllests sat down to a JFor cold in the I Head and Chut I uae L. BAUME BENGUE hu immediate effect. llEWADE OF SUBSTITUTE! I THE tlFMINS MlltS ED. IK. 1 MQNTBIAL LaMtM for Dr. Bmtfuf RELIEVES PAIN The members of Wesley church choir were very pleasantly entertain- ed last evening In Wesley hall by the 6.30 most delicious repast, the tables being prettily' arranged with potted plants and with red and white carnations. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Cragg were also present. Mr. Fetterly spoke a -few words on behalf of the choir, which were responded to by Mrs. Living- stone, president of the Ladies' Aid. The committee in charge of the ban- quet, which was most heartily enjoyed by everyone, was composed of Mrs. Frosser, Mrs. Neve and Mrs. Martin. Many Toronto hostessM will hare a busy time this week entertaining the managers of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, who have come from the western provinces to attend the annual meetlrig of the shareholders. The managers from British Columbia and the eastern provinces are expect- ed to arrive shortly, and all will stay at the King Edward. Quite a large Daily Fapb Br Wrttf at 6.30. Miss Winnie Stonely will- be leader and Mr. Carl Rhodes will be usher. A hearty welcome is extended to everyone. S-K2! of Mrs. Horspool, 1263 6th Avenue i South, on Monday, January 17th at S I rangement In the fronts, where slip-In pockets are cleverly placed. Tha back Is elaborated with stitching and a high THE ALWAYS-USEFUL TOP-COAT One- of the most.useful articles In the wardrobe of any woman Is the top-coat. It Is especially practical when Winter winds sometimes neces- sitate the wearing cf an extra wrap. novelty .wool fabrld. Forsaking the not sleeves are quite wide at the arm- holes. The small duvetyn hat is faced with satin of contrasting hue. The Beginners and Primary depart- S i vice with the other departments of the school. At the regular meeting of the offic- ers and teachers of Wesley Sunday school ,11 was decided to hold a big bean supper on Thursday, Jan. 20th, from 6 to 8 o'clock in Wesley Hall. Nomination of officers, and plans for a dance to be held In February were tha two main features of busi- ness that came up at the meeting of I the Major Jack Ross chapter I.O.D.B. which was held yesterday afternoon at the Armories. at the entertainment being given in the Majestic by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. Among those who. will be in attend- anco. are Mrs. Wolley-Dod, provincial vice-president; Mrs. Butler, secretary; Mrs. Skich, provincial treasurer; Mrs. Spence, Miss Button, 4V FLETCHER The wedding was solemnized Tuesday last of Clarence Leonard Brunsdale of Burdett and Rhoda Flet- char, also of Burdett, Bishop G. W, Graen officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Bruns- dale will resido in Burdett. A quiet wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Duns- worth, 611 9th Street, Lethbridge, by Rev. Jos. J. Pranklyn on Friday, .Tan. 14th, when Mr. Otto Gideon Cronk- hlte of Orion was united In marriage to Miss GoWie Elizabeth Cress of New Dayton. The company were hos- pitably entertained a daintily serv- 4> FORMER LETHBRIDGE WOMAN WILL RUN FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE The Victoria Times says: One wo- man has already -announced her in- tention of seeking .election to the Board of School. Trustees. Mrs. Alice C. Humphries, who Is" the nominee of Ward 7, has had a wide experience in women's organizations dealing with public welfare matters. For thirteen years her husband was Dominion Im- migration Agent In Alberta. Mrs. Humphries lent him considerable as- sistance In this work, her experiences tending to broaden her views and en- and Its necessi- tated her removal to the coast to live. Social Reform Mr. Humphries. In addition to his duties as Immigration agent, has large her outlook upon life many problems. Ill-health ed supper, after which "the "happy been for eighteen years a magistrate couple left for a honeymoon trip 'and coroner, at first under the North- west territorial government, and since the inauguration of provincial auton- omy for the province of Alberta. He still that capacity in the city of Lethbi'idge. For twenty years Mrs. Humphries i todc a leading part in social reform came the bride of Otis W. the prairie provinces, being pro Couer de Alene. After the ceremony vincial president for Alberta ant] Their future home will be Orion, Al- berta. RECOR A quiet wedding took place at Couer de Alene, Idaho on Friday, December 24th, whep Miss Francis Recor be- Nothing Else is Aspirin Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting Aspirin, at all. Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of which contains ilircctfons and close worked out by physicians during 21 years and proved safe by millions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Made in Canada. Il.imly tin of K tolilits cost but a frr pecltagtf. Anplrln Is tlifi trade mark [n Onnntlfi) of Tlayrr Mnmifnmnra of Mrnr-idcster of Willie H in well known Hint AJiilrln iiu-aim In BURln llu> puliMc Inithtllo'iH. the ot Hiyur Cuuliftay liii wllli their f'licrii! tin; "Uaycr Croifl." --_ -.....lony She young couple laft for Lynn, Wash., :o visit with relatives of the Vulcan Advocate. St. Thomas church, Couer de Alene, Idaho, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Monday, Jan. 3rd, at nine o'clock, when Miss Helen Marie Lind- Saskatchewan of the y. me] W. branch of the White Ribbon work, as well aii local president in Saskatchewan for many years. Tn addition she achieved considerable success as y. W. organizer, and was prominent in church work and also in the Order of the Eastern Star. On the matter of policy for the schools. Mrs. Hum- v u.wn, j.uoa iioicu mane Ljina- ui jiuijuy lui LHO mra. nuin- berg became the bride ,of George W. I nhrles states that she is a believer in Hecor, Rev. Father Hecker officiating, progressive education, and while fav- After, the ceremony the wedding orlng economy in school expenditure breakfast was sarved at the home of is opposed to any policy which tends the bride's parents to all intimate to limit progress, friends and relatives, after which the happy couple left for a short honey- Advocate. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. John Cress of New Dayton an- nounces tho marriage of her daugh- ter. Goldie Elteaboth, to Mr. Otto Cronkhlte of Qrlon, Alberta, which took place yesterday, January 14th. PROVINCIAL CHAPTER I. 0. D. E. MEETS HERE 'THURS. AND FRIDAY Tho event of paramount interest next week Is the meeting of the Pro: vinclal I. O. D. K. here on January and 21 when it la expected that some 20 will be In attend- anco. Tlifijl will lie billeted at tha liomor, of tho various membera oC tho" I.b.D.K. chapters In the city. Wollcy-Dod, one of tho provln-' rial vice-pn'HidFmts, will preside at, tho wliirh will occupy tho morning and of the two The viiiilorn are being enter- alned at luncheon on Thursday by :ho Major Jac-lc Rosa Chapter and on i'Viday. also will bn guests at a lunch- fitt Thursday evening a recep- tion will be held in their boner and m Friday twsteg will be gucsU I PARIS SHOWS SHORT COATS WITH FULLER SKIRTS NEW According to a well- known buyer, who has this week re- turned from another visit to Paris, the most Important feature of the spring style, as it is developing in Paris, is the tende'ftcy toward decided- ly luller skirts. In many of the mod- els tho impression is of a narrow skirt at the back and of fullness which is oil confined to the front, while there is no doubt that the skirts muat abso- lutely be- longer, say, to the average shoo top length, with sheer fabrics for dinner and evening wear frequent- ly draped to the ankles over a shorter petticoat, "In dinner and evening she says, "the French wearing much of the style with the tendency to a small natural waistline and a very full skirt, although for street and af- ternooii wear the broad straight line No Spap Better -----For Your Skin------ Than Cuticura ejects with truumenti adopted. "in sleerei of street dresses Is it fancy (or thowluc the arm, although they mar apparently long cither cuffed or wide at the wrist. They are H the outside to as to reveal the m (lite above the el- bow, and the flutac ot the Inside of the sleeve with our Is very smart and has gained a rogue. The lower part Is alwaji larger than the top. Where the loui type Is not used they go to the other extreme and show only a tiny bund ai tho top of the arm. "There Is much .is erer In the necklines, some ot the dresses showing a higher Hue In the-square, V and round finish, and practically all the choker collars are now design- ed so that they may be worn open." For the faiileurs she emphasizes the short jacket and the slightly fuller skirt, altlioteh not the circular cut, but the same tendency to show a nar- row back with the fullness at front. "Very smart coats are desired for sports and street she com- ments, "with the entire surface em- broidered or machine stitched. -Some very good looking sports coats feature a combination of printed duvetyn and serge. "One gf the newest featnres Intro- duced Is seen in tha Jackets with front which button back showing the line of tha gilet, almost to the tide seam of the coat. "Separate coats hare the youthful straight front effect with a slight drape from the neck to the waistline at the back, somewhat in the capuch- in effect, but in spite of thii they hare, very neat and tailored lice. Some of the models from Paquin and Ber- nard are particularly good this sea- son. "Pleated vests of bright color crepe or chiffon are designed as a, feature of the suits and cut with a high neck- line which li arranged so that It may be turned, down over the collar rpt the Jacket. 'The overskirt, which Is slashed forming panels, is much used and as to color there is a suggestion of red on everything, particularly the toma- lo, and brick tones, much red Is noted In the combinations pt embroidery, while Jade In more vivid shades than ever is still popular in trimming con :rasts." is so deticioua so strenjrthenini. so healthful, contains so much valuable fopd material that it every BOOKLIST BECIPES SENT ESTABUWKD 178O MONTBEAL.CANAEA. DORCHESTER. MASS. KLIPS Long, tight sleeves ara the features of the newest frocks in the latest New York comedy. A man always thinks that a girl doe) unconventional things for his sake, when she really does them for the reason a colt kicks up iU heels or a puppy chews shoes. New York reports feather trimmings for, mid-winter hats markedly In favor, heron aigrette, her- on breast and paradise leading the feathers de luxe. Glycerlned ostrich and natural ostrich are having a big' vogue. When Maude Adams returns to the stage neit autumn It la practically settled that besides the regular pro- ductions in which she will appear each autumn a program of Shakos- tearean plays and other classics li >eing arranged for special pregenta- ion each spring. New York declares squirrel Is the ost fashionable of the semi-precious furs, whether In long coats, box coats, cut into flounces to go on gray gowns, or shaped Into Spanish shawls to be carelessly thrown about the shoulders at house functions or on the street on mild days. Embroidered taffetas are worn for ivenlng. Lattice windows are the proper win- dows to have Just now, says a London woman who thus describes how she las cleverly contrived to transform the two long French windows in her drawing room by .pasting narro strips ot black paper up and down and across the windows. The paper which is nsed so much for framing pictures has one side ready prepared with sticky stuff so that the work was easily done, and the fashionable lattice windows provided much more quickly and cheaply than if they had had to be put in by workmen. Heary jeweled are won the hitis. Black chanttlty lace li t favorite (or lingerie. Some the newest lin- gerie is trimmed with brocade ribbons or black velvet ribbon with velvet Dowers. Gold and silver ribbons also are used for trimmings. Slips anil chemises c.f black crepe de chine and crepe meteor are designed along aim- ple, severe lines, being trimmed with black utin ribbon or narrow black lace, French designers are mini; light- weight upholstery fabrics of Intricate striped patterns for use as inset pan- other colorful material resembles the bad-loom fabrics from Czechc-SloTakU-. In many of' the costumes the mantle or top coat matches the sleeve cuffs or facing of the (own. On 76th birthday Queen Alex- andra received congratulatory mesa-' ages from 270 different societlea' throughout tha. British empire. MASTER MECHANIC CHANGES nels, bands tor outlining tunica or Jaw. WINNIPEG, Jan. ment in from the Caudlan Pacifr ic Hallway oracea that W. J. mantci! mechanic of tha Saskatcbwu district, with headquarter! at Jaw, will succeed Archibald Sturrocfc. master mechanic of the British Cnluin.- bia headquarters at Van-. couver. Mr. Sturrock hai Men appoint-' ed assistant superlnteadaat motive power for western linei. Alex. Peers, division natter chan of the Moose Jaw division, will lucceed Mr. Renix and Jamen Gibson, locomotive foreman at Sutherland, has been promoted to the position of division master mechanic at Moose Excels All For Purity, Flavour and Aroma "SALADA" Hjroti have not tried it, Mad a peat card lor alMfe tlw prica yon BOW pay and U you ttae BUck, Green or Mixed Tea. RYLANDS RUMMAGE 171? 1717 ff OVER IT IN MERCHANDISE To be given away absolutely free to the persons making the nearest guesses to the correct number of pennies in our window, the following prizes will be given: and Hudson Seal Fur Velour Coat, with Third Georgette Blouse, hand embroidered, val- A A ued at......... Fourth Silk Underskirt, val- To the next six nearest estimates a pair of silk hose valueu at per pair. >An estimate card given with a purchase of or over. Coitie in and try it, you may be a prize winner. BE SURE AND PUT YOUR ESTIMATE IN NOT LATER THAN 6 P.M. ON MONDAY, JANUARY 17TH. Rylands Company ;