Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAt. JANUARY 17. PATT.Y MILADI 4> WOMAN'S NEW DAY number of friends gathered there to -enjoy a veiy pleasant evening. About "six tables of cards were'ID progress, the winners being Mr, anil Mrs. J. O YV. Bawden. I burst a hundred barriers I have blazed a hundred trails. The sun's on my blowing banners, The wind's In my swelling7 Balls. Harken to me, my masters, Far the patient past in past; Now ihe that WHS duuib has spoken And lifted her roles at last. Ready to counsel as comfort, Comrade In wurk play And fit for an honest sharing In the tasks of a nobler day; Sho that was crampoj and hindered Is come to her waiting Room for the larger A woman to ,flt the Goddale Bastman In Good Housekeeping Magasine. Mrs. Trenholme Dlckson has moved into her new home, 428 13th street south and will receive on the third Tuesday of each month in future. Invitations bare been Issued for tbe "At Home" being given by tbe Slko- kotokl Chapter I.O.D.E., on Saturday afternoon from 4 to at the Armories. Tbe 0. W. .V. A. sjnUtorium present- ed a very dainty and bright appear- ance on Saturday afternoon on the oc- casion of the tea dsnsant given by the Miiitury Chapter, ,220.127.116.11. That tbis method of Saturday afternoon enter- tainment Is growing In poppilaH'y waa proved on Saturday by the num- ber of yohng people who attended to enjoy tbe uaucUig ana tlia diltUy re- freshments. Tbe officers and members of Dom- inion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 are enter- taining tselr annual danoe ta ths Masonic ballon Tuesday, January JS Invitations baring already been sent oat for.this event. The committee In charge Is composed of Masdameti H. 8. White, H. L. McCallum and L. Lundy, and Messrs. H. L, McCallum, J. Kirk and H. S. White. Social Evening and Dance held _.- 'at Bergrnann'H Hall'pn 13th St. N., on The Misses Grier have as their guest Friday evening last, was a decided for a couple of weeks, Mrs. E. Walshe success and being the drat of Its of Macleod. everything was done make It an Daily Fashion By Gertrvrfe A GINGHAM FROCK FORA LITTLE 5 GIRL Cingbam is always a favored mater- lal for the small girl's school or play Miss Daisy Russell has returni her home in Macleod after a vii the city. ,_ T I prlies. Fifteen bands were played! Hirs. J. E. Walsh underwent a ser- i and the first ladies' prize (a beautiful- Ions operation at the Van Haarlem ly worked table centrepiece) was won hospital this morning and Is progres- by Mrs. H. C. Oxley with a score of sing favorably. PAGEtUVEN Mr. and Mrs. W. Duce, of Cardston, to Mrs. Harrlson'and Mi, aro visitors in the city. j Tables were cleared at 10.30 and a n' o r... I sumptuous repast was served under Rev. S. Pike of Barons has been laid the direction of Mrs. J. A. Glanville, np with an attack of InHuenia, but Mrs. W. Allen, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs has now recovered sufficiently to re- A. C. Oiley, and at 11 o'clock about ate small mothar-o'-pearl A wide pleat ot the gingham The little skirt Is ti a yoke of the material, be- collar and sash are cut from blue chambray which matches the plaid of i the giagbam. Full length are the sumo his pastoral duties. jetty couples Joined to and kad aa I lovable dance to the' music of Slim sleeves and these are cuffed with blue chambray. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yates wbo Vera Glanville's orchestra which was wore visiting in Lethbridge for a short kept going until the early hours of the time last week, have returned to tbeir morning and thanks to Mr. W Allen homo in Pracher Creek. M. C., no time was lost between the dances and..everything went at with- Miss Fenney of Macleod fs a visitor net a bitch. The next of tbe series in Lethbridge weeks. be held next, lir. W. A. Wilson of Hennesey and Wilson left on Saturday night on a buying trip to the east He will be away several weeks. Mrs. Len S. Brown and daughter Ruth, left this morning for a trip to the United States. W. A. Buchanan, Jl.P., Tehrnied Ihls afternoon from a short visit In Win- Mr. ani 3. H. Green spent the week-ceil .In Magrath. Mrs. jr. W. Bawden Is spending a few days In Calgary. E. J. Sehl Is leaving tonight to spend day or two in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. of Spokane, CHURCHES AND tOCIETIES of the First Baptist church, i The youm couple will reside (or the present la Regina, Sask. U. F. W. OF ALBERTA AND 'RED CROSS CONVENTION rN EDMONTON FRIDAY A joint session of the Alberta Red I Cross convention and the convention i H heare Oaldi wui onide. will sell Dont forget tht swimming classes at the "T" tomorrow at 3 and 4.30 in the afternoon and at 7.M m the even- ing. i The CheeHa clnb an holding their dance In Harper's hall tonight. The, Lyceum Committee are girlng co another of their enjoyable dancls to! church, Edmonton, on the afternoon I of Friday, January and the dele- gates to the U.F.A and tAF.TC.A. coo- I ventions will again-sit in Joint slon with the Bed Cross on tbe fol- lowing morning. The United Farm- ers are amongst tbe strongest sup- porters of the Cross Society in Alberta, and the two organizations are working In close co-operation for the relief of d'stress and tbe promo- tion of Red Cross work In Alberta. The convention will be the largest i the Red Cross in Alberta, which has air. ana Mrs. of Spokane, morrow night In tbe Masonic hall i l ros" ln A1Der.ls' wnicn nas Washington, are visitors In the Dancing will start at nine o'clock with vlAel? extended Its sphere, of useful- and are guosts at the Lethbridge hotel, i the Tuxedo orchestra supplying the I music. H. 0. Long left this afternoon tori i Edmonton, where he will be In at-! The annual meeting of the Women's ness during the past year in the de- velopment of its peace-time program. The Red Cross convention will be opened at on the morning of Fri tendance at the U. F. A. convention Civic Club will be held at the home day' JanuarT 21st> bT Hls Honor being held there. lot Mrs. Horspool, 126S 6th Avenne Lieat Brett. After an ad- south tonight at 8 o'clock All mem- clreM h7 R- B- K.C., presi- Mrs. R. J. C. Paris went through ani bers are requested to be present operation at Van Haarlem hospital on f Saturday and is progressing favorably. Tne History and Parrpnt Fv dent of the Alberta division, reports will be received from Mrs. C. D. Waagen, Ylce-presltent and honorary James Young (late of tbe Hudson's Bay staff .here) and family have left for Lethbrltlge, where Mr. Young Is assuming duties as tbe bead of .the dry goods department In the Leth- bridge branch of the Hudson's Bay Co. Times, Mrs. Frederick Rogers, 624 12th St. south, met with a very painful acci- dent on Thursday evening, .when she meet at the home of Mrs. B. R. J. For- .Hi' ster, H6 10th Street south tomorrow Eflow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The election of officers and committee Following is the Airenda nf tto Al- The Joint session with the U.F.W. A. will commence at 2 p.m. The Hon. C. R. Mitchell, minister of public health, will deliver an address, after which five minute' addresses will be given by the chalman of the Red Cross advisory committees, Captain Walter Beatty speaking oh repara tion, Dr. Lincoln on medical and mirs Special Prices Prevail For Tuesday i. to deny yourself the pleasure and comfort of having the newest and the best of roer- cljaiirjtfe for now you may choose what you wish at emphatic savings. TUESDAY SPECIALS IN LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR FUR COATS AT HALF PRICE Rather than carry our Ladies' Fur Coats over another season we are offering every one on Tues- day at HALF PRICE. PLAIN LEATHER COATS In mahogany color, with raglan sleeve, belted, lined poplin. Regular price To dear on Tuesday for Men's Suits and Overcoats At Deeply Cat Prices MEN'S SUITS Regular J20.CO. ftp Sale 13.79 Regular 145.00. Sale Regular Sale Regular JH.OO. Sale 20% to 60% Off All Lines OVERCOATS Regular Sale Regular M7.60. Sale........ Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular fliO.OO. Sale with FUR TRIMMED LEATHER COATS Red glazed leather, .waterproof, raglan sleeve, belted. Suit- able as a motor coat or for use in all kinds of weather. tCtl Regular J135.00. Tuesday clearance.................ipDirtpU SWEATER COATS GREATLY REDUCED FOR TUESDAY Our entire stock of Fall and Winter Sweater Coats, In a good assortment of styles and colors, to be cleared on Tuesday. Regular for___............... Regular for.................. All WOOL TAMS to go at HALF PRICE on Tuesday. WONDERFUL VALUES ON THE 50-CENT 89- CENT TABLES Don't forget to visit these two tables when In the Ready-to- wear Department, on 2nd floor. CHILDREN'S COMBINA- natural and white. Ages 4 to 16. To clear at this January Sale; nn regular for CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE GOWNS Slipover, feather stitched In white, ages 3 ta 13. Regular J1.60. To clear QQ Marked Down Prices in Blankets and Flannelette Sheets White Wool Blankets GYMNASIUM BLOOMERS Blue Mrge, good weight, full pleated, button at the Re- duced leas than cost for Tues- day. Sizes 12 to 16, and wom- en's 34 to 40. Reguhuv to for HOUSE clear Tuesday at, HALf PRSCE. In- cludes Olnghams, Prints, and Voiles. BLACK MOIRE UNDER. flounce, silk moire. Regular ff To clear English Witney Blankets Pure wool, eitra soft flnish, x M iBcbas, a Ik, weight. Regularly aold at for Q nr week only, pr., Another big redaction tB and only fuantity to MIL (0 x SO soft ftnlabe. Ibs. Final clasjuoa, pr. z M: I aa> for, pr, 70 i M: g HM. J tor, BT, ANOTHER CUT IN FLANNELETTE SHEETS H HnLF PRICE to enture speedy Best quality Flannelette Sheet., soft and doty la white grey. 10 MM SHOE VALUES OF UNUSUAL MERIT Men's Dress Boots. Sale Men's Work Boots. Sale Ladies' Dress Boots. Sale Ladies' Pumps. Sale Sale' Youths'Boots. Sale Misses' Booto. Sale Girls' Boote. Sale Children's Boote. Sale J5 LADIES' SPATS HALF PRICE slits, colors, at fawa, black, tmt PI A Regular Hotrera to her home, phoning to Dr. now nssoc- considered. On Saturday afternoon, a moving picture film, Illustrating the activities of the Red Cross In Al- berta, will be shown, and there will be a reception at Oovnrument House. uilding: A IS E clal district nurse and to contain four digits by pre- .Red Cross nurse at i zeros, you treasurer's W'" Nosing MissTon-wno-atJended to thf m mis. xuiunie, Ponce 'CoiiDO' orldgsr rsply; DiinQtiBS! ttwjun v or K 'j.._j__ it _ _ Li SOCIAL EVENTS report; correspondence. journment. Afternoon by acting president; report ad. whrcn wl, be ;Mr. Bennett will, and an address will be given 'ing, short addresses by: surprise of Lethbridge, President of tbe O W. l Darty on Friday of laat week, when a V.A., Lethbridge, Inspector and Super-' ,i the scene of an enjoyable A Ready-Cooked Fbod for breakfast lunch or supper iGrape'Nuts Crisp granules of wheat malted as a nut" from special processing and long baking. "There's a Reason" At intendent of Schools, Letnbrldge; ad- dress, "The League of C. F. P. Conybeare, Esq., K.C; a 'Friday, January Set- sin minutes of dav- elation will speak, and an tutdfess on problems In our foreign set- nts" -will'be given ty Miss Pea- cock, Red Cross nurse in the Rita dli trict. At p.m. Dr. O. D. 8UJ ley, M.UAn fiir High River and Chair- man of the Red Cross advisory com welfare wll report of Echoes ad- journment Afternoon SO, retwlat- lons; informal conference; general business. adjournment. God Save tbe King.' OnATbursclay evening a reception will be lield In the G W V. A. building, musical Hygiene." deliver "Mental: v At the Baptist parsonage on Satur- day tho 15th, at 1 m, Mr. John Alberts of ForemoU, Alta., and Miss I Millie Bird of BlnUhota, Alto., were ___ 1 lulled i> murrlsfe by tbe Rev. F. W. CTMS At the opening or the Joint session with U.F.A. and U.F W.A. delegates at on Saturday morning, ad- dresses on tbe Junior in Its relation to child welfare will be Blven by Hon. George P. Smith, min- ister of education, and Miss Crosble. provincial public healm nurse and secretary of the Grande 'Prairie' branch .of the. Red Cross, "The Red Cross as a Health will the snbject taken up at when Miss, Law, Red Grogs nurse at the Altarfo hospital, will speak, anrl Mrs. Walter Parlby, ei-presiilent of the U.F.W.A., and Mra. Towns, will lead in a dls- cnsslon upon suggestion's for service- in rural communities: Heso'lntloni win then fte dealt wltb, and at if noon plans for thn forthcoming Red New Tori Telephone Cvmpnny, pre- old-fasaioned number-78, for 'yon wi have to say "Oh, PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THB BUSY MAN oh, seventy-eight." you are told the line is busy you may say the same aa always. Ethel Barrymore III A Ullor shop in the West Virginia penitentiary was set on fire by sever- al convicts who tried to escape. One "lifer" succeeded. Fishermen at Wlnsted, Con.., re- port that hordes of crows, half crazed hunger, swoop down and steal their catches from the lee. A mysterious explosion on the front verandah .of the home of a newly-wed Itnllnu couple in Guelph blew to pieces every window. L. Bennett, of Raleigh township, had his hand caught .while trying to slip a belt on a pulley and his hand and arm were smashed to a pulp. to -reduce. President Franklin of tbe Interna- tional Mercantile Marine Co., says the tendency In shipbuilding wbleb be- fore tbe war was toward giant liners, will continue to be toward smaller veasels until an materially re- ducid. to tbe respecting tbe extension of the Work- men's Compensation Act Tit Is meet- Ing may be tbe most Important held by that body as the decision the of practise of the profes- sion. In tbe meantime the doctors taking a plebiscite upon the Question. Tenders for tbe erection of a norm- al school and institute of technology' So erected in HITHMrst, Eating' of and u a by the provincial government will be school recess lunch was banned by' called by L. C. Charlesworth, deputy public health nunxs of tbe central 'minister of Public works.' The tenders part of Pennsylvania, and resolutions will be received up to It o'clock noon adopted that nnraes should urge .par- ents to provide good, wholesome, old fashioned bread and butter. Two pain of shoes designed to sell at (Kid North a pair were exhibited at a on ftbnury 21, piece Of baggage handed through the window ot a Chicago bag- gage room to Oscar Eteioland, bead baggageman, was fragile. U waa bis', fc. kas homi forced throngU Illness to cau- jwr taeaUlcal Gueiph O. W. V. A. have asked W. part of the city In person of the Adams, Mass., factory. One sli-mcntha-old baby, and was handed pair, of intent leather, with pure gold to nlm by bis wife. "Here's the beby. leaf lining, has a gold piece Insert- j Take care of Stainland said bis ed In the beel of each shoe. The other I wife told him. The Judge awarded pair a gold watch Inserted in the temporary custody, to Mrs. Kobt. Tntte, Provincial Highway Overseer of Bothwell, died as a re- sal t of being struck by a train wblle in an auto at u crossing. left Just above tbe ankle. Swift Current will probably bear further of tbe death of the prisoner n the city hall fire last Monday. The widow of the deceased, Mrs. J, An- j guards for the new Cuelpb asylum. Iroqnols Fallc Board of Trado urges the Ontario government to appoint a commission to direct all public works la that part ot Northern Ontario. A New-York man vrotnisod his 'wife every time HP! sw.oro, anrl told the court he was behind in bis payments. Mary and Ella Grossman, twins, who for the last four years have been "starving" In Budapest, were passengers on a steamer arriving at Nsw York. walfbn 182 pounds police, TTie urban population of the United or people living in places ot or more, Is or 61 4 per cent, ot the country's total population, and the number of people llvrn; In rural territory to H.W.V3I, Ue cm- sim bureau annmmced today. In Ulo urban population represented per cent The Alberta Medical aesodatk fcw been oiled to Met ta Maw n M Jawuxv FITTOFtOiif Life's greatert tatte are between ttncifli) and weakrietk IScotfsEmakion a high-powered tonk- and I the wboUbody.