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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 18, PACBCUTEN 1224 MILADI WOMAN LIVES THERE! "Man writes songs and books about the borne, but the woman there. Perhaps that is why women have not written sentimental verse about it." O. D. E. RECEPTION The Municipal Chapter, 1.0. D.E., of Lethbridge, which Is holding a reception on Thurs- day evening from 8.00 to 10.30 in the G. W. V. A. club rooms, wish to extend Invitations to all I. O. D. E. members who are the city or re- siding in the city but who have not yet affiliated with any of the chapters; to any Nursing Sisters residing in the city; to any who have done V. A. D. work; to all I. O. D. B. mem- bers; also to the husbands of all those mentioned above. A very attractive program is being prepared for Thursday evening, in which leading ar- tists of tho city will take part, among them being Mral Lay-, ton, Mrs. JUIlhouse, Mrs. W. J. Nelson, and others. PERSONALS Mrs. A. C. Saunders, >who has been confined to her home for some time through illness, is now able to be around again. J. Norrlngton, manager ot the Leth bridge and Medicine Hat Districts Metropolitan Lite Insurance Co. left today to attend the company's annual convention' in. New York- City. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo. McLeod have returned from a holiday at'the coast. V Mr. S. S. Dunham loft-'last night for Edmonton where he-will attend the annual convention of the Provin- cial U. P. A. being held there. Miss Heta "Van Blarcom left yes- terday afternoon to spend a week In Calgary where she will visit with friends. Mr. George Shirley ot Calgary was a fisitor in the city for the week- end. Dr. Hlvers will be in Calgary at the end of the week, and on Friday will address the members of the Cana- dian Club, W. A. Hamilton is in Edmonton at- tending the annual U. F. A. convention being held there this week.- Dbring the month of December last the following students of the Gar- i successful One of the most popular dances of the season was held in Harper' Hall last night, when the Cheer! Club gave another of their most popu- lar dances. A large attendance, good floor and the best of music al helped to make the evening tb success it was. Dainty refreKiuuent were served at The hal was prettily decorated In white ani pink. Arrangements hare been mad to hold a supper and dance on "Bum January 35th. The annual luncheon of the Art Needlework Club >waa held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. ID. A. Simpson, and was very much enjoyei by all the members. The table, where covers were laid for fourteen, wai very attractively decorated in thi club colors of green and gold, and was centred with a handsome basket daffodils and ferns. The incoming president, Mrs. WlUiam Scott, actei as toastmlstress. The retiring presl dent, Mrs. J. W. Boulton, and the secretary, Mrs. O. C. Cope, each spoke a few words. The installation of offi cors then took place, as follows: Mrs William Scott, president, and Mrs. O B. Edgett, secretary-treasurer. The retiring officers were presented with flowers at the conclusion at the Inn- cheon, and the afternoon was spen In an Informal way by the assemble members. I CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES No one should miss the opportunity of seeing the splendid entertainment being given by local artist) under the auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., next Friday i. the Majestic theatre. Girt Guides, under the, direction ot Mrs. W. S. Gray, will Mil i- The. Sunday school teachers of St. Mary's church -will Meet in the vestry on- Wednesday. ai 7 o'clock. Choir practice at t. The executive of the Locftl Council of Women will meet tonight at I o'clock at the of Miss a den. The Home Nursing class will meet at the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday at 7.30; subject, "Contagious Diseases.' This course Is opes to all women of the city, ;but only those who desire need take- the Ladles of the Heart Legion are holding another of their delight- ful whist drives tomorrow evening in the Moose Hall, All ladles sending refreshments for :ho I. O. D. E. reception are asked to have them In not later than Thurs- day afternoon at the G. W. V. A. On account of Lent in obtaining certificates fur proficiency in penmanship from Zaner Bloser Company; Aleck J. Negrey, Emma Holliday, and Myrtle V. Davidson, The following delegates are expect- ed to be In attendance at the Pro- vincial I. 0. D. E. meeting being held in the G. W. V. A. club rooms next Thursday and Friday: Edmon- ton: Mrs. Gautley, Mrs. Hyslop, Mrs. Fayne, Mrs. S.aunders; Calgary: Mrs. Wolley-Dod, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Skitch, Mrs. Snence, Miss Mabel Hutton, Mrs. Mrs. Bruce Robinson, Mrs.. Stanley Jones, Mrs. Druinmond, Mrs. Birnie, Mrs. Rdble, Mrs. Barton; Macteod: Mrs. McDon- ald, Mrs. Gardner; Red Deer: Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. Greig; High River: Mrs. Riloy; Blalrmore: Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Pinkney; Medicine Mrs. Carvert. Not only Is Sir John Martin. Har- vey., to speak to the Women's Cana- dian Club in Toronto this week, but Lady Harvey 'will speak on the sub- ject of homes for the nurses who lost their health as the result of their work during the Great War. On tho following Friday the Women's Canadian Club executive is representatives of the various' worn- to a reception in her honor at Sherbourne House Club. 4 ANNOUNCEMENT ing given by the I. 0. D. E., has been changed to Feb. 7. Invitations for this are being is- sued shortly. It will take the form of a Valentine Dance. Little encouragement is held out to those ladles taking an Interest in the hospital work as owing to lack of a quorum the meeting had to be' dissolv- ed. Members are asked to keep the date for the annual meeting, Febru- ary 21 in mind and to turn out on that date. There are still a few available tickets left for the Municipal Chap- ter luncheon being held on Friday for the provincial, delegates. Local mem- bers. desiring invitations are asked to phone Mrs. Starnes. The Ladies' Society to the B. L. F. and E. are holding a special meet- ing at the home of Mrs. H. Chapman, 1420 3rd avenue south tomorrow eve- ning, January 13, at All sisters are urgently requested to attend. Business of importance. WEDDINGS HU-RST A pretty wedding took place yes- terday afternoon, January 17, at three o'clock In St.. Mary's church when Annie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. John Wolston- Daily Fashion By A BATHING 8UIT FOR SOUTHERN WEAR As bathing is one of the delightful 'that may be enjoyed in the south at this season of the year many fascinating are designed for women who winter there. This model reflects one of the prettiest I modes that Is affected In the new frocks. Petal panels elaborate dainty skirt ot olack taffeta. The bloomers, cat rather generously, are shirred above the tnea and finished with miniature panels to match the sklrU The bodice, kmj-waisted In effect, shows some Interesting em- broidery in bright-lined silks. cap, fashioned from rubberised taf- feta, It trimmed with a frill ot tiny petals that are effectively wired. her father, while Ethel Hurst, In satin with hat to match, acted' as bridesmaid. The groom was at- tended by Mr. William Rlley. Rev. 3. C. Ripper performed the ceremony. frs. A. WUlettfl presiding at the or- gan. Following the ceremony a reception 'as held at the home of the bride's parents; when about 195 guests men iresent, Mr. and Mrs. Wolstoneroft will make their in Commerce. WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB 0 4 v Very encouraging reports were irought in at the annual meeting ot the Women's Civic Club held last vening at tho home ot Mrs. Hors- jool, 6th Avenue. The treasurer's eport oi itemized accounts was band- d In, the general totals being as fol- Tressurer's Report Total receipts J524-76 Expenses 466.32. Balance In hand J58.44 (Signed) Mrs. John Craig, Treas. It is worthy of mention here that f the total disbursements was Iven to the Travellers' Aid and 304.90 was spent on the swimming. nd gymnasium work. Secretary's Report In presenting the Tenth Annual re-: jort of the Women's Civic' Club, it Is pleasure to say that we have had a ery successful year. The last annual meeting was held anuary 18th, 1920, at the house of Mrs. Downer, when the following fflcers were elected: President, Mrs. W. Downer; vice-president, Mrs. Mrs. W. Holt; reasurer, Mrs. John Craig; executive iss Bawden, Mrs. J. F. Irs. Hayr, Mrs. McKlllop and Mrs. cBachren. Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Mor- a and Mrs. Muxworthy were ap- olnted delegates to the Local Council Women for 1920. The membership is 27 members, iree new members were added to the Sale Specials For Wednesday Morning Selling EwWy department of the store with fresh .nd deeply cut price, for the week of this treat January Clearance Sale. STORE HOURS ON WEDNESDAY, to Ip.w. For Busy Morning in Ready-to-Wear YOUR PICK OF ANY Suit or Overcoat .THIS WEEK ONLY One of the greatest offers in one of our high-grade Men's Suits or Overcoats in stock Women's and Underwear WOMEN'S VESTS and CHILD- REN'S VESTS and ular S5c. To clear on Wednes- fA day morning for .............WJC WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Fleece lined, white ud cream. MM 34 to ont lisas. 13.50 to 13.75. To at. CHILDREN'S VESTS AND DRAW- white and gray. Agea 4 to Regular to Wed- nesday morning (Dedal to A A clear at LADIES' VESTS AND DRAWERS make, white aid cream, silk stripe, short ankle lotto, eland and open drawers. Sim 14 to 44. Kecmlar to T. elttr Half Day Specials in the Bobtery Ladies' Boots, regular Ladies' Spats, regular ?3.00, Ladies1 yumps, regular Boys' Boots, regular for Youths' Boots, regular Children's Gaiters, regular for.........95c LACE PANELS AND CURTAINS Silk anij laca door panels, the rery latest and of the best qual- ity, hand colored. Regular Sale price, Regular Sale price, Regular Sale price, ARAB LACE SINGLE CURTAINS In iwhito aud Ivory, 36'lnches wide by yards long. Regular for, Regular for, CRETONNES AT 49c AND 83c YARD Cretonnes, In 30-inch widths; all colors and combina-'JA tions. Priced tq yard. Sale, yard ..................taC Cretonnes, in 36-Inch widths; shadow patterns and OO- bright designs. Priced to per yard. Sale price, yard..OJC PARAKNIT Bisk omly. back front keck. Bins M to U. This) a good tor stout Regular clear AA Wednesday mental at si i JO WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE PW, feather stitched, fat ud BlaM 34 to BaguUr H-M to TB etsar Wssimssy mm- CA it t. .t SAMITARY on WWtmadsy momtes it...................J3C Banter Mo te (ta. Dw't mlsa thlf HALF DAY SELLING OF CORSETS All spleadld models, IM find condition, In back and frosrt To clear np odd pain In tho Corset Department we are na offering these to Coraoti tor HALF DAY SELLING OF PRINTS, GALA- TEAS, ETC This range comet In light and dark colorings ot nwdtsm weight tor home drtssos, rompers, etc. Bagular 7 n value 50c. Wednesday special, yard BOYS' HEAVY BLACK GOLF HOSE An extra heavy and durable stocking tor tho boy gomr to school. Slies IV, to Regular For if Wednesday's selltag, pair...........................fdC Pleasing Prices Prevail in Grocery Dept for Wednesday Monring Rolled Oats, 8-lb. sack .-.-____.....____.... .40e Flour, 98 Ibs. Braid's Best Tea, per Ib. Royal Shield Tea, per Nabob Tea, per Ib...................___fiOc Tetley's Tea, just arrived, per Ib.... .60v aad 70c mnany Mrs. Alice Millar Neil, 149 North croft of Commerce. The bride who __.j----- .was gowned in a dross of white duchesse satin with bridal veil caught up with orange blossoms and carried a beautiful bouquet of ophella roses, was given away by Broadway, Yonkers. N.Y., announces the engagement 'of her second daugh. tor, Gladys- May, to Mr. A. J. Prior ]JBiIin, of Treherne, Man. Both have many friends in Lethbridge. roll during the year. i mrs.r iwcivuiup, 'iwra. navr During the year we have held 11 uts. Muiworthy, Miss Bawden; dele New Officers The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. W. H. Morris; vice- president, Mrs. HorEpool; secretary, Mrs. G. W. Allison; treasurer, Mrs. Craig; executive: Mrs. Downer, McKillop, Mrs. Hayr, J "How Delicious" Is tke opinion of all who have once tried "SALADA" W YOU haw not tried It, send as port cart for a tree sta-tlntf price you now pay and if you UM and 8 special meetings. The total attendance was 135, making an average of 7 members. Mrs. Holt sent in her resignation at the meeting held in May; It was ac- cepted with much regret. Mrs. G. W. Allison was elected to fill tho vacancy. The club had charge ot the follow- ing banquets and suppers liven by the City of Lethbridge to visiting dele- gates: In April to the Eastern Manufactur- ers' association who were touring Western Canada. In July, picnic supper to the irrlga- ttonists who were here attending the convention. In November, to the Alberta Muni- cipalities delegates who were In con- vention here. to Local Council, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Crais, Mrs. Horspool, Mrs. Mux- worthy. Following the meeting delicious re- freshments were served by the host- ess, Mrs. Horspool. QUEEN GETS LAKE LOUISE POPPIES MONTREAL, Jan. Louise, Dlichess of 17. Princess Ar'gfle, after whom Lake Louise, one ot the most beautiful spots ill the Canadian Rock- ________ ies was named, reoimtjy expressed a We catered to the Board of Trade desire to have seeds from the poppies, I which have been planted in recent years In the gardens of the C. P. K. annual banquet held January 1921. The club gave e. donation of 15.00 to the Travellers' Aid each month. swimming classes conducted by the Women's Civic Club held In the Y. M. C. A. every Tuesday afternoon and evening are fairly well attended. At the regular meeting held in'No- vember the resignation of Mrs. Dow- ner as president 'was 'accepted with much regret, since then the presi- dent's chair has been very ably filled by the vice-president, Mrs. W. H. Mor- ris. Money taken for swimming, dues, banquets, etc. 1524.70 Disbursements........... Balance on hand flS.44 Respectfully submitted, MABEL ALLISON, hotel there. These were sent to her at Christmas in a hni.siade ot Cana- dian, maple. Her majesty the Quien heard of thcsa seeds through Miss Bllllngton, a delegatd to the Imperial Press Con- ference, and on receiring a supply' expressed her delight, and gare in- structions that they should be sent to be planted at'Balmoral, f ITLE OF "DAME" IS TOO ANTIQUE JMnal) JLONDON, Jan. "Dame" ..the "Most Excellent Order of the British Empire" (established in 1917 as a re- ward for meritorious work for the Empire) is distasteful to many ot them. They call It stilted and an- liquated. Some distinguished women have asked that It be dropped, and they be simply called "Mrs. Others want They say that 'Miss." "Lady" substituted, tlie Dames Grand Cross of the British Empire rank high- er in the ordinary precedence than the wives of Knights Grand Cross, they should be able to take the pre- ferred title of "Lady" which la en- joyed hy women of lower rank. Even the Dames Commanders of the British Empire rank higher, than. thf wires of Knights Commanders of the Bath, Star of India, St. Michael and St. i George, and many other orders which carry the title of "Debrett" "The fnestion which arises, whether Dames Grand Cross and Dames Commander of the Order who may already be wives of knights should style themselves Lady or Dame, would seem, to depend on whether the lady's precedence as a Dame ta higher.-or vice Versa. The formal address of "My Lady" or Tour ladyship" should not be denied to an Dairies Grand-Crass and Dames Com- mander." GUARD MARRIED PRISONER MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga., Jan.1 J. W. Gans, a guard at the state peni- tentiary here, was today sentenced to serve two years for "eloping'! .with Juanlta Weaver, a woman prisoner. The elopment' occurred In December last and the couple were arrested in Tampa, Florida. Gans entered a of guilty. Walter Hlnton, who, by per- mitting her husband's letter to be pub- lished, was the Indirect cause of tho fight between Lieuti. Parrot and H In- tel) at Mattlte. BLUE RIBBON TEA T In comparing BLUE RIBBON with othar teas, do net oMnpare It with tu offered at BLUE RIBBON be beet in Canada of arloo, and a teapot tMt will this ;