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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 193t MILADI Whatever time thoit'takest from my What from my life, From what dear thing Uiou may'it make me Plunge nil to.o deep tho knife; As dlos the day nnd the long twi- light gleams, .Spare mo my dreams. Watson Gilbsr. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs.'E. 0. Dick are "visitors in Calgary from Lethbridgo. a p. Inspector GoodCelloV of the C.P.R. telegraphs of Calgary, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Mrs. JameB C. Livingstone, 412 8th street, south, has as her guest for extended vhit, her sister, Miss Wal- lace of Youngstown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George Cudoba arid daughter Dorothy have returned to Frank after a short .visit In the city, Miss Leona Cowell has recovered -sufficiently to be removed to her home after her recent operation in the Van hospital. Mrs. W. E. Porter of Medicine Hat arrived in the-city today ami is the euest of the Misses McLeay. Miss Bsj-ringer, who recently re- turned to city frum tee coast, has joiner! the Nursing staff of Gait hos- pital. lira. Charles MoCJcuaghau has re- turned to the city'; after a visit in Calgary where she actei! as installing officer at the O.E.S.- Chapters. While there Mrs. McClengahan was the guest of her brother; Mr. J. C. Brown' Mrs. Hlslon.-'Uecont of the Munici- pal Chapter I. "0; D. B., Edmonton and Mrs. n. w. Cautley, also of Edmon- ton, passed through the city this week en route to Lethbridge, where they will attend the of the Pro- vincial chapter r: O.' D. Aibertan. ulo turned out, attesting to the popu- larity of the- Koelleut floor that Is to be found and tlie splendid mu- sic provided. A delightful was last evening by the Lyceum committee in the Masonic hall. Those Hi at- tendance had a enjoyable even- ing. the Tnenda Orcbn'tnt furnishing excellent mualc. Mrs. H. M. Tory, University Cam' pua, entertained at. luncheon on 'Fri- day in honor of Mrs. Fred Smith of Lethbridgo, who is a much-feted guest In the city. 8. D. Kil- lam entertained at the tea hour on Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Fred Smith of Leth Bridge. Her guestu in- chitted also Mrs. Ambrose Dlcklns, Mrs. Reginald Cautley, Mrs. Geo. D. O'Connor, Mrs. Kenwood, Mrs. Tom Douglas, Mrs. Claude Janileson, Mrs. W. A. R..Kcrr, Mrs. George K. F. Klrkpatrick, Mrs. Frank Bowers, Mrs. A. A.. Carpenter, Mrs. J. Hlslop, Mrs. Heber Jamleson, Miss Maud Camp- hell. Edmonton Journal. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES TW T PACK 4 The O.W.-V.A. dance held last even- Ing in Q.W.V.A.' hall was an unusual success. A very large number of peo- -SOCIAL EVENTS J V AGAIN The wniurd W. C. T. TJ, of the United Church'win 'meet at the par- sonage on Thursday at 3 o'clock. There will be an organization meet- Ing of the Ladles' Auxiliary to the Army and Navy Veterans In St. Augvstlh's hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Don't forget the congregational whist drive and bridge being held at S o'clock tomorrow night fh St. Augiu- tln's hall by 'the A.Y.P.A. The SIkokotokt Chapter I. O. B. E. desire to state that through an over- sight in the Issuing of the invitations to their tea at the Armories ou Sat- urday afternoon, It was neglected to mention that the husbands and gentle- men friends of those who received invitations are included in these, and are cordially invited to be present. Dancing will form part of the after- noon's entertainment. The ladles attending the luncheon given by the Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O.D.B. aro kindly asked to use the 4th Avenue entrance of the Sliver Grill which will be open for their convenience. The music department of the Ma- thesis club will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles McClenaghan, corner fits Avenue and 12th Street, on Thurs- day: at S o'clock. The luncheon being given by the Municipal Chapter I.O.D.B. to enter- tain- the visiting members will be held at the Silver Grill at one o'clock on Friday. The Ancient Order of Foresters, (Court Unity) are holding a whist drive and dance In Burgmann's hall on Friday evening of this week, com- mencing at 8.15. Remember the Social Service Lea- rue meeting in the "Y" at 8 o'clock :omorrow (Thursday) evening. All churches and societies interested are asked to send representatives. A SUMPTUOUS WRAP OF VELVET in a glorious shade ttat per- Uctly matches the rich tones of the sumac is for the. development I of this loveljr wrap. Very full in the upper part of the cape, the material Is .draped rather generously In the back. This fullness also prevails over the shoulders. The sleeves are cut in one With tie parts just de- scribed and are very wide. They are inlshed with a wide band, of blue fox fur, a pelt'that is used for the collar a> well as to enri'h the fronts. On the lower parts the sleeves are pieces of silver and gold brocade. Handsome tassels, also silver and1 told, finish these pieces, while be-' neath the drapery in the back are two grange-colored roses. and wore slippers and stockings of the same shade of blue. .The best man was Captain Oswald Balfour, military secretary to the governor-general and the ushers were Stuart MacTUr, Alex. Paterson, Hart- land Paterson and Cadet Herbert Cook. The officiating priests were Mon- aignor Donnell and Rev. Gerald Mo- Shane. The wedding was followed by a re- ception at Juniper House, the resi- dence of F. N. and Mrs. Beardmore. This evening the Earl and Coun- tess- of leave for Aiken South Carolina, where-the honey- moon will be sjent. Among those present at the wed- ding wera the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and- the Countess of Minto, mother of the groom. Guests came from Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton and New York .to attend the wed- ding. Several hundred presents were re- ceived by the bride. MATRON'S REPORT A CHILDREN'S SHELTER THE "FLU" Dare Not Return The will cortainiy get a wnrra reception this winter if it dares its ugly head in oor peaceful niiiLit, for tho people arc confident now that they can deal it ouch blow it will never survive. In cvory village, town and city ia. Canada, familiM" are fortifyinz thorn- with tho greatest am- munition known to Bronchitis Miitnre. Colds, couglu, advance with withering gre, and lellef from these troubles sura. lime. One hundred thousand Canadians only too -willing to tlfy to the great healing power this remedy It has conquered cijiigfoi uf 1" .roam' It can- not 'fail to (lo for you what it Im.t ;ionc for others. You hnvo everything 'o gflin and nothing 0> lose, it ia sold umkr n money-back ftu.irar.feo to bar.igh coughs, coltllf, bronchitis, bronchial astiimu Hud prevent you I'rom (jolting !ln> '-'Flu." it in not a but ji scientific slrnngi'r ollirr One Priiv. 7.-, T.-iixi no auhi.iitui..'. Nrnjiu Ask j'our 17 OLn IM LETH03IDOE BY THE 070KEO CnUG CO. MINTO-COOK NUPTIALS I AT MONTREAL ,3 MONTREAL, Jan. 19.-A wedding of rare interest took place this after- noon in St. Patrick's church congress hall, when Miss Marion Cook of Mon- treal and Morrisburir, Ontario, became the bride of the Earl of Minto The hall had been transformed for the occasion into a chapel festooned with southern 'amilax with the pew ends surmounted with shelves of Madonna lilies tied with gauze rib- j bons. I Tho bride was given away by her father, G. W. Cook, and was attended by eight bridesmaids, while four small cousins, dressed in costumes of tho period of Charles II. also attended her. Among the bridesmaids were Lady Rachael Cavdndish, daughter 'of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire Lady.Margaret Scott, daughter of the Duke of and Hon Mar- guerite Shaughnessy, daughter of Baron and Baroness ShaUghneasy. The bride wore an ivory satin gown, simply one side and with long skirt sleeves falling over the hands and a rounded neck. The tullo train, falling from the walat line was embroidered in wax pearls and cry- stals and from her shoulders fell a train of Minto lace and Brussels ap- plique. The train was fattened to the gown.on both sides with long tas- salj of seeil pearls and crystal seeds which dropped below the knee The Mile veil was worn over tho face atffl was held In place by a small ban- neftu of pearls nnd crystals with iiilnlatnre.orangn blossoms. The bride carried the white satin prayer book her mather carried at her own wed- ding and it was showered with the gram's fiivorile flower, white violets and white heather from the Minto estato in Scotland. The bride's at- tendams all wore royal blue chiffon dresses, simply made In straight linos unrt long walatbd effect, the girdles nf tho shade of blue i in silver ribbon falling to one side ,anil fprmlHK pmnll IralBa. The hau'nilml ivaa won; in tlm hail- Ill ths> i: bnnUiuu, linlshod at each aidi! 'wiih tmail of of thu deep lonr.a nf niarnon, I him; and imrplu. Ali carried larRo liuiiclii's nf srapes lonos, The December report of the matron of the Children's Shelter Is as fol- lows During the month of December eight children were in the Shelter. The Shelter is where many poor un- fortunate children receive their first instructions in living normal lives ia contact with other people In how to properly clothe themselves They are trained to assume a certain amount of responsibility, each being assigned his or her share of work In the maintenance of order and clean- liness of the home. Then they feel they are members of a family and home which they greatly appreciate. v The health of the children has been very good, only three children have needed medical attention during the last six months, two of whom were Sabies under three months old. Dr. Campbell very kindly treated them, and all made favorable progress. The children were Invited to the Knights of Pythias picnic held at the experimental farm, which they thor- oughly enjoyed. Mr. Crelg took them for a motor and gave a good time at the lake for which they were verv grateful. Christmas was celebrated in the true spirit of thu season. On Christ- mas Day the children had the treat of a. well laden Christmas tree, all being well remembered. We liincere- ly thank tho numerous friends who so kindly contributed towards its success. The Shelter was visited on Christ- mas Day by the mayor and mayoress, the members of (ho Rotary Club and other ladies and gentlemen. The children were delighted of having- the privilege of giving them a little enter- tajnment. They also furnished part of the entertainment at tbe Rotary luncheon oA January 3rd, and It save them great pleasure of having the privilege to do so. They gave a littlo entertainment before the Knights of Pythias on January 5th, which they were de- lighted lo so, as they am most grate- ful lu tho members of that organiza- tion, who have iluhc fa much for them. In conclusion allow mo to thank one inrt nil who have taken any interest 111 the Children's Shelter. Yours respectfully, V. Davey, Matron. The lollowlng donations have 'net'lved for which we were very .tlMnlirul '.7, U. Morrta, THE FINAL WEEK OF OUR JANUARY CL SALE Reductions to 6O Per Cent in Every Department Your Ready-to-Wear RequircftnenJs At Big Reductions BLOUSES, DRESSES, FURS, SKIRTS, HATS, AND TAMS AT LOW LEVEL PRICES LADIES' DRESSES AT HALF PRICE Every Dress on Thursday morn- ing goes at .half price. These in- clude Serge, Velvets, Georgettes, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta, as well as all fancy trimmed dresses. JANUARY PRICE CHILDREN'S DRESSES Serges, Velvets, and Jerseys. Very prettily trimmed. Every dress this season's. To clear the balance of these dresses on Thursday we are giving you these dresses at HALF PRICE. Ages 8 to 14 yean. CHILDREN'S HATS AND TAMS Fancy trimmed Hats and Tarns to clear the balance of this week at HALF PRICE. LADIES'SKIRTS Our wonderful selections in Skirts are all un sale this Thursday at reduced prices. Slllii and Serges. This includes too. 1 FANCY NAVY SKIRT-Rag. (27.50; for January Sale 3 VELOJLJR Brown, and Henna. Regular price 122.75. tti January Sale'....................) 14.9 D PLAID PLEATED Regular 1 TRICOTINE NAVY WAIST. rn Size 28.. Reg. January Sale, 1 BLACK SERGE 25, Reg- ular January Sale Kvery_WA3H SKIRT on the rack goes at HALf PRICE the balance of this week. v HALF PRICE Every Waist in this sales shop on Thursday morning to go at half price. This includes Geor- gettes, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta, ana i sllk Tricolette, Voiles and aHiiil Stripa Waists. On Thursday morning every Waist at HALF PRICE. FURS HALF PRICE s Every piece of fur on Thursday morning to go at half price. This includes the Fur Coats, Neck Pieces, and Muffs. Marked Down Prices in Blankets and Flanndette Sheets WHITE WOOL BLANKETS English Witae, wool. Bniafc. I M Inekn., 8 lb. HI'S''. ,M.M, for this nc wBrtonly, pr., flSMfO Another hig reduction ia Blankets and only a UnlUd Quality to Mil. W x M tan tniakvd Blaak- eti. iba. HccuUr ISO.W. Final (1 O QC clearance, pair g la.. o- Reg. 10.35 Iff. ANOTHER CUT IN FLANNELETTE SHEETS