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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY JO, 1W1 ITO LETflBUnVH! TlATLT HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 0. D. E. IN CONVENTION WANTS IMPROVEMENT IN MOVING PICTURES Discussion reijurdlnK stricter pen- so much the business transacted, as i ol' motion pictures occupied u tho development of that Eipirlt of comradeship and uf good Hportaman- ship that irf HO much needed by men. If Tills spirit be curried through the meetings they can be an Inspira- tion, success and a help to everyone. Edmonton Lady Ropllti Mrs. Hlslop, Kegent Municipal Chap- ter, Edmonton, replied, speaking of tho pleasure of the deletjates In being there, hoping that they would go on to higher and better things, and thank- ing particularly the G. W. V. A. for largo portion of the meeting of thu Allioiia Provincial Chapter I. 0. E., which opened this morning In the (J. W. V. A. hall, and which will continue in session all day tomorrow. Thirty- sii names registered prior tu the opening of business. Tho opening ceremony was most impressive, tho of tile var- ious chapters being presented by the Htundard Hearers. Mrs. Wolley-Dod, acting Kf'sont, opened the meet- ed that the wor.ien had net used to advantage opportunities glvet them hi this line. Finally the motion was passwt, as brought In by Mm. Cautley of Edmonton, that "In view of the fact that juvenile crime Is steadily on the Increase and that thoie who are associated with child welfare and delinquent children say that tills deplorable state is largely due to tho scenes of violence shown In the mor- CouiicUlor, Calgary; Mrs. Minnie II. Urummond, provincial councillor, Cat- Kary; Mrs. Anna E. Carbon, provin- cial Kcho secretary, Medicine flat; Mrs. Emily Hick. Hogent, Mrs. Mamie HodKklnson, llrst vlce- Hegent. Calgary; Mm. Isabel D. (itarnes, Regent, Lelhbrldxe; Mm. Dora Castlo, secretary Major Jack Ross Chapter, Lethbrldge; Mrs. Elea- nor DeLonK. treasurer. Sir Alexander Ing picture houses In which crime and I Clalt Chapter, LethhridKc; Mrs. Stan- immorality are frequently made tit-lloy Jones, Heieut, Col. Kussd Boyle, tractive and desirable, moved that' Calgary; Mrs. Longworth, the Provincial Chapter ask ail Chap-' Military Chapter, Lethbrldije; Mrs. ters under Its jurisdiction to take 1 Harriet Hislop, Regent, Edmonton definite steps to obtain a moro care-1 Municipal Chapter; Mrs. Margaret B. fut censorship ot moving picture dims." Observing Empire Day It was suggested In correspondence McDonald, Resent, Macleod; Alice M. Gardiner, Macleod; Pennefather, first vice-president, Leth- bridge; Mrs. M. MacLoan Cautley, The hontessei ef the delegates to the I. O. D. E. provincial convention being hold in the city today and to- morrow are the following: Mrs. Stanley Jones' of Calgary and Fane of Edmonton are the guests of Mrs. E. H. Wilson. Alta. High School Mrs. D. Spence of Calgary Is received from Mrs. Ferris that the Regent Tan-nls-uk Chapter, Ertmon- suKKoslcd pror am for Empire Mrs. Bruco Robinson, Regent, had bottor be drawn up and approved Col. Macleod Chapter, Calgary; Mrs. by all and then forwarded to her to Henderson, Resent Crow's Neft Chap- lug, with particular reference to the the use of the hall and the welcome! present to tho minister. It was also tor, Blalrmore; Mrs. I'iiikney treasur- Crow's Nest Chapter, Blalrmoro; brought out thai the Provincial Chap. the i Mrs. W. R. Gilbert, secretary Munlel made ter had not yet affiliated benefits of the meetings would bo not Butler, ot Discuss the Movies Correspondence was the next mat- ter dealt with, the secretary reading CHAMBERLAIN'S The Best Cough Medicine various letters of regret from chap-1 province. ters unable to be present. A letter A letter was raid from tha Soldier trom the G. W. V. A. offering the full use ot the club rooms and any per- .........___.........._____ to this "question, government i Lothbrldge; had promised to make amendments to' organizing secretary, Municipal Chap- the present laws which would meet i ter. Lethbridge: Mrs. Marjorle Tonka, with tlio wishes of the women of the i secretary, Military Chapter, Letti- Settlement Board thanking the pro- vincial executive for co-operation In giving the Mrs. vices that would be acceptable, was sending magazines and _ "I have used replied to with a most hearty vote of names of the various centres. Mrs Kemedv ever since I have teln A letter was read from the 1 Starnes told of her experience In till, keepmg HarTes executive regarding suggestions for line and that ft tad met with little of t, arbury Alta "I consider it ttls> opening and closing of the meet- one of the best remedies I have cnild welfare work, articles in ever used. My children have all the on national anniversaries, taken it and It works MUe a charm. and the u'e of British char- For colds and whooping cough it Rcler De Canadian play is excellent." Keep Chamber- u w" thi" lMt Iain's Cough Remedy by 'hat brought up i long discussion. a friend lu neod. Mrs. Saunders of Edmonton thought response. Mrs. Hlslop of Edmonton told of the work done in her district and of the cordial gratitude that was continually being expressed for those. Upon motion of Mrs. Drummond a committee was appointed to handle the matter with suggestions towards working locally In various districts. bridge; Mrs. E. York Gamble, Sir Richard Cradock Chapter, Red Deer; Mrs. S. Dinning, bridge. secretary, Leth- STILL FAR APART TORONTO, Jan. C. N. R. and their employees were as far apart as ever in regard to the "no politics" order, when the conJlliation board ap- pointed to decide whether or not it should be continued, adjourned today. The meeting then' adjourned, wards the showing of British films in: visiting delegates being entertained Canada It should be put into execu- at luncheon at the Silver Grill by the that If anything could bo done to- Alone In cell he painted the picture, while the moonlight streamed through the barred window and fell upon the man who had. made a mis-step and fallen by the ay- side. But a great power reached down into the dark- ......_______ ________ ness of that prison and made One cannot be attractive If the Hair finest plays, it tho public will support I city; Mrs. Roaa M. Butler, secretary j him a man again, as shown in ATrRACnVEHAIR j tion. Mrs.eDrummond of Ca'lgary ei- plained that the pictures are a com- i mercial proposition, and that If we I have doubtful pictures we ourselves j are to blame. All we can do is to educate public sentiment. The the- atre men are willing to put on the Major Jack Ross Chapter. Delegates Registered Up to noon the following ladies were registered: Mrs. Annie F. Wolley-Dod, acting president, Calgary; Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, vice-president Provincial Chapter, i Is dead, one whose hair bristles with i them. Mrs. Cautley of Edmonton life and health, attracts attention. To I thought the censors should be bom- have beautiful hair, use Delmaya "VI- j barded against letting pictures with hileue" French Hair Tonic. It makes scenes of violence and like nature hair fairly bristle, a beautiful, non- 1 pass, remembering the wave of Juven- Bticlty. perfumed hair tonic. Price lie crime that has come. Jl.OO a bottle. Sold by Sydney Jack- Mrs. Spence of Calgary told of how son, BB4. Prescription Specialist. Phone they had tried In Calgary to put on Across from Alexandra I good pictures and they had not been Advertisement. I patronized. Another opinion express- Provincial Chapter, Calgary; Mrs. Alary V. Spence, educational secretary, Calgary; Mrs. Esther Saunders, or-. gantzlng secretary, Edmonton; Miss; M. L. Hutton, treasurer, Chapter, Calgary; Mrs. Tan-nls-uk M.- Kelly, standard bearer, Lethbridge; Mrs. Anna E. Skltch, treasurer, Calgary; Mrs. Ida Conybeare, Regent, Leth- bridge; Mrs. Katie Blrney, Provincial the super-production, "THE GREAT which will be staged with magnifi- cent scenic prologue and the Peerless Male Quartette sing- ing vocal accompaniment it the Colonial next Monday, Tues- day and the guest ot Mrs. De Veber. Mrs. Cautley of Edmonton Mrs. Bruce of Calgary are the guests of Mrs. J. N. Ritchie. Mrs. Percy Barton of Calgary Is the guest of Miss Uawden. 4 Mrs. Hodgkinaon of Calgary and Mrs. Grlcig of Red Deer are the guests ot Mrs. J. D. Robertson. Mrs. Robinson of Calgary IB the guest of Mrs. L. M. Johnstone. Mrs. W. H. Gilbert of Calgary Is the guest o't Mrs. George B. MscKsy. Mrs. MacDonald of Macleod li the guest ot Mrs. D. A. Taylor. Mrs. C. V. Carhert of Medicine Hat Is the guest of Mrs. Fred Hick. Mrs. Rlley of' High River U the guest of Mrs. W. D. Hardle. it Tbo debates In the second round In tho School Debiting of Province of will btld on Thursday and January KHli uad The lubject Is Limitation of Inheritance." and the following schools will (ItUato on the dates named, the negative team visiting In each case. Thursday, January vs. High Rlvcv. Friday, January Hit vs. Crescent Heights, Calgary; Cam- rose vs. Lacombe; Victoria High School vs. Roman Catholic Separate High School, Edmonton; Watnwrlgat vs. Vejrreville. As at present arranged, the judfet will be aa follows: At Cardston, Mr. D. S. Cameron, As- the Mrs. Gardiner of Macleod guest of Mrs. Reikie. Mrs. Hlslop of Edmonton li the guest of Mrs. A. B. Stafford. Mrs. Saunders of Edmonton ii tha guest ot Mrs. (Dr.) Leech. Mrs. Lea of PIncher Creek ii the guest of Mrs. George Ross. Mrs. Drummond of Calgary IB the guest ot Mrs. E. A. Sharman. Mrs. John Roble of Calgary is the guest of Mrs. M. S. McArthur. Miss Mabel Button of Calgary the guest of Mrs. (Dr.) Wray. Mrs. Gamble of Red Deer It the guest of Mrs. J. A. Jackson. Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Tlnkney both of Blalrmore are the guests of Mrs. Jus. Alrd. Mrs. Skltch and Mrs. Butler of Cal- gary aro the guests of tho Lethbrldge Hotel. Mrs. John Blmle of Calgary It the guest of Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mrs. Wolley-Dod and Mrs. Bryce Saunders both of Calgary the guests of Mrs. C. F. P. Aylmer G. W.. V. A. has disbanded owing to lack of local sympathy. ilstut Director of Department at tension, Uulveralty of Alberta. At High River. Dr. E. W. Principal of Provincial Normal I Calgary. At Medicine Hat, Mr. D. B. eron. At Cresent Heights, Calgary, Dr. H. W. Coffln. At Lacomljo, Mr. P. A. W. Wallace. Lecturer In English, University of Al- berta. At Camrose, Mr. a. F. McNally. Supervisor of Schools. At Waluwrlght, M. G. W. Gorman. Chief Inspector of At Vegrcvllle, Mr. W. A. Stickle, Principal of Provincial Normal School, Camroge. At Victoria High School, Edmonton, Dr. W. H. Alexander, Professor of Classics, University of Alberta. At Separate High School; Edmon- ton, Dr. B. K. Broadus, Protestor of English, University of Alberta. The seml-nual debates will place on February 18th, and the finals on March 4th Many People Invite Appendicitis Attack Appendicitis is often due to Infec- tion from old, retained waste matter. Even though boweis move dally, pois- ons may accumulate in the system for months. The intestinal antiseptic, Adler-i-ka, acts on BOTH upper and tower bowel, removing ALL foul, de- cayltf matter which might start In- fection. EXCELLENT for gag on the stomach or chronic constipation. Ad- ler-l-ka removes matter which you never thought was in your, system. ONE single dose will surprise you. J. D. HIginbotham ft Co., druggtau. Economical I Preserved H sole only la air-tight packets to preaerve natitv "SALADA" aiM Used In Millions of Tea-Pots Daily SEMI-ANNUAL SHOES Cleaning Out Our Broken Lines and Lines Being Discontinued Preparatory to Taking Inventory An Interesting List Showing the Big Reductions BLISS PERRY AMERICAN PUMPS In white or black satin. Reg. for... Thcie hive Moult Covered Heela and Turn Soils. A, B and C widths. BLISS PERRY WHITE KID PUMPS Regular for........., 8.95 SMARDON BLACK PATENT LEATHER AND KID LEATHER PUMPS Louis Heels and Turn Soles. All lines. Regular prices tn pair, All widths A to D, Women's High Shoes, in brown calf, with Military and Cuban Heels. Reg- ular value, GROWING GIRLS' kid or calf leathers, black and brown. Regular to for... WOMEN'S BROGUES AND In brown calf, with welt soles, for........ Misses' Classic and other makes up to pair for. Women's High Shoes, brown and grey kid. Regular to for to be fitted. SKoe. for all All are No goods on approval. W. J. NELSON CO. All our Boys' Shoes, sizes 1 to 5, going at........... All our Youths'Shoes, sizes 11 to 13t MEN'S "JUST WRIGHT' AND HARTT SHOES Canada's Best, for................ These were to pair. MEN'S McPHERSON AND SCOTT CHAMBERLAIN SHOES Bench made. Regular up to for All our HOCKEY BOOTS now in stock AT COST. BUY YOOR FDRNIHIRE NOW 'At Tee pie's Sate Not only a an opportunity, a host of timely bargains for everyone that wants home comforts and home happiness. Just such furn- iture as one wants to live with that appeals to your sense of the artistic and of refinement. And it's all abundant varieties of quality and quantity, at prices far below regular. We candidly believe it means more to-more homes than any furniture sale that has graced the pages of this paper in years. Following are more specimen more of equal merit await you. So that there may be no misunderstanding when we use the term "value" we mean the price at which these goods usually sell. beautiful BRASS BED A particularly attractive Brass Bed, with two- Inch continuous posts and five %-'nch upright fillers, full drop extension foot end, ribbon trim med, absolutely guaranteed. 4 ft. 0 in. aiie only, Brass Brass Bed Brass A new line of Rockers, embodying new ideas, is specially priced for this great Stock Reducing Sale. Solid Black Walnut BUFFET Fumed for......, Oak Set of DINERS White Enamel ROCKERS Mahogany PEDESTALS REED LAMP for Oak DRESSING SOLID OAK CHAIRS ROCKERS Upholstered In No. 1 grade leather. Stock Reducing Sale. Stock Reducing Sale. Stock Reducing Sale. Stock Reducing Sale. Stock Reducing Sale.. LIBRARY TABLE......... Selected Quarter sawed famed finish, with drawer on each side, four hud> book shelves, top 28 x 40 inches. DINING- ROOM TABLE. Clean lined, straight lined, well proportioned, and equipped to do all that to expect- ed of it. At only Fumed Oak CHINA CABINET Dainty, simple, pleasing, with lots of shelf room and broad unobstructed double (lass doors and sides to display the china. NOTABLE ECONOMIES IN LIV- ING-ROOM THREE-PIECE SUITES A condensed price list to shew tha in buying Living-Room Suites now. Tapestry Mahogany LIBRARY TABLE Golden CHINA CABINET ?6.75 Framed PIC- TURES Framed PICTURES 75c 118.75 Three-Fold Screen....... 17.00 Pal res- tor LC.TEEPLE QUALITV WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE M.7G nigh Chair for........... ;