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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 22. 1921 Daily Fashion fir 0*rtrttdi BaNMHiorA �� ? > ? >�> > V o c� � ^> turned to Mennedosa at the time of I the North 'WSest rebellion, owing to A more laborious means must guide his knowledge of this part of the the auest, j country he was asked to take charge With feet to earth through barriers of the 66th regiment of ^lontrw^l and youth must grope, jwas In charge of the division during With purpose high and ever pointing higher,  Uy Arm endeavor-often through the mire Of fruitless effort-each ascends thb slope. -R, 0. Purser. ? PERSONALS ? > ? ? Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ross of Waldo, B. C, arrived In the city this morning on route to W^nnipog and are spending a' few 'days with Mr. and Mrs. D. H.age. *  � Dr. W. a. Galbralth was a visitor the Northwest Rebellion.  *  ?  ANNOUNCEMENT 4 � 4 The engagement is announced of Corable, youngest daughter of Mr. *! Albert N. Cponkhlte of Lethbrldge, to Mr. Harold J. McHugh, of Calgary. The wedding will take place early in February.  *  Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Coombs of Cardf-ton, Attti., announce* the engagement ot^thelr youngest daughter Catherine Bla, to Jas. L. Mercer, the youngest _-. .. _.______......__________ son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mercer of this 'Week(.ln Edmonton, .where he pre> Magrath^ The marriage to; take place sided, at the'meeting of the Medical � " ' "  �- -Association. A YOUTHFUL SKIRT'OF NAVV WOOL VELOUR The separate skirt is a very useful addition to any woman's wardrobe, for by combining it with different waists she may have many distinctive costumes. The skirt . illustrated is glasses, Spats', 'lat etc, were left in pi&n, hairpins, hall. Actually, there were no epeeehes at the reception,?^,/' � Superintendent Hodgson warned the meeting against educational pkms that would be imprfitttieablo. The Lethbrldge a. W. V. A. made ft "hit" withs, the visitors in "their preparation or:the hall and their assistance in, varibUB ways.  '    The Lethbrldge I. O. D. B. Chapters certainly upheld the honor of the city in the splendid hospitality they extended the visitors. There may have been a little scrathbllng behind the.acene8, but the results wore splendid *, .>:   �  �> � �  4  4 4 �   �  VELVET IS A FAVORITE   MATERIAL �  P My ladyo hath a velvet hood that bows be6eath� her chin, And strlhgs it hath as white as mllke to tie hOr ringlets in. Hare you 6ver noticed what a long-headed thing Dame Fashion is In spiteof her foibles-or perhaps be-caiuse of them? Thus when she has fairly sickened people with her vagaries, '. her new-fangled ways, her daring, and, yes. Immodesty, she suddenly calls a halt, bundles her bizarre eSeOts asiSe andvbrlhgs velvet back Into favor, velvet; the kind our great-giiftndmotbers Aspired to possess Oqough of to make a reticule, or bonnet, or tatJS to "a collar for big days and tolidays. ' tl�r latest edict Is in fayor of this old-time fabric, this re-spie-�df the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.6.D.B. at their performance at the Majestic Theatre. The congregational whist drive and bridge given on Thursday evening under the auspices of the A. Y. P. A. was most successful. The hall was prettily decorated in red; White and blue, With flags. The prize winners were Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. Sydney Jackson, Mrs. Standing and Miss Jones. Refreshments were served at made of navy blue wool velour in a light-weight weave. It shows . ah i velvet which ajpretlme was used only interesting combination of box and' In millinery, and known as velours de knife pleatlngs. A pleasing touch of Lyon. It has a > close, silky surface color is also Introduced on alternate box pleats, foi; striped velour Is used for them. These stripes show palo blue, brick and citron., ThO'costume blouse has a practical airangement at the waistline. However, If you and is very smooth and fine. No modem material this, no chiffon velvet, no panne, just plain velvet of the order that never wears out, the velvet that Marie Antoinette wore to her orowning, 'and beautiful broken wished you .might use a tailored waist Mary Queen of Scots to her execution, with the skirt, for it is finished withi-Toronto Globe. a belt of the wool velour. people attended and danced away t^e night hours with much entiiusla^mi The Bluebird orchestra supplied the music.   � Another very delightful luncheon was held at noon yesterday, when the Municipal Chapter, I.O.D.E. entertained the visiting delegates. A great number of ladles sat down to s yery exquisite menu, served at the Silver COWLEY APPRECIATED iECtURE AND VIEWS (From Our Own Corresoondent) COWLEY, Jan. 9.-Old man "Chin-ook" melted out foot of snow very rapidly yesterday, however the roads are still In good condition for sleighing and "bob-sleds" are the order of the day. , ______________________._. ______ A goodly number attended the lec- Grlll, including'all the delegates andlture given this" evening In Tustlan's quite a representation from the local' hill by Prof, Ottewell of the Unlver-Chapters. The long table presented sity of Albertfi.^ The report of his Mrs. Mary Waagen of Calgary, vice-! the conclusion. Miss Wise, aocompan-' president and honorary^ secretary of.jed by Miss Jones, contributed a very j ....... ' delightful solo during the intermission. the Alberta Division of the Red Cross, iH in Edmonton attending the Pr6-vincial convention of the Red Cross being held there this week. � * � Dr. and Mrs. Karney of Great Falls, Mont., are the guests of Mrs. Mars over the week-end on their way to the coaot. \  � Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee have been spending a short time In Calgary, a * � Mrs. Stanley Jones, who has been the guest' of Mrs. E. H. Wilson during her. attendance at the provincial convention-of the I. O. D. E., returned yesterday to her home In Calgary.    Rev. Capt. Denoon will be the speaker at the service bald in Convention Hall In Edmonton on Sunday morn-ing. January 2:ird, at elevens/o'clock.- Edmonton Journal.    The majority of delegates who have Great success attended the- whist drive and dance In Burgmann's hall last evening put on by Court Unity, Ancient Order of Foresters. A good crowd attended and In the whist drive twenty-six tables were in play. The winners of the prizes were as follows: Ladles 1st, Mrs. Hart; 2nd, Miss M. Payne; consolation, Mrs. Swanson. Gentlemen, 1st, I. T. Bell; 2nd, H. C-Parrott; consolation, R. Ward. After an Interval for refreshments, dancing was enjoyed.    Mr. , and Mrs. D. J. McGulre, 629 19th St. N. were greatly surprised last night when about thirty friends dropped In unexpectedly. Dancing and singing was enjoyed and during the j evening supper was prepared by Miss McCall and Mrs. Wm. Llnnlng, Jr. Miss Christine Llnnlng served the Ices. The jolly party broke up about three a very Inviting appearance, the snowy cloth being centred at Intervals with very pretty primulas In shades of mauve, and with dainty patterns traced upon it by sprays of gysophilla. Mrs. Starnes headed ,the committee for the luncheon, which was thorough-, ly enjoyed by everyone. ? * � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 ? �� ?  A ? 'B'^ former splendid',lecture had gone abroad and eV'oryorie was eager to hea,r him again. His subject this, time was "With theCiStnadlan Boj^s on the Continent," Illustrated with most Interesting views "pf France, Belgium and Germany. The next number in this series of lectures will be a moving picture show on Feb. 16th. This will undoubtedly draw a large crowd as Cowley is without this source of amusement. .Tf hp Cowley U, F. A. a^re holding the LUE HAS A GOOD WAR RECORD If It was the only tea In tha World that did not advanea Ita priea In 1914, and, not-withstandlna embaraoaa, aubmarlnlno and aearolty of tonnage, BLUE RIBBON TEA of Standard Quality waa kept constantly on sale In every atora in Western Canada durina the war. 1[ Now that conditions are normal, Ilia quality of RIBBON TEA Is bettiiir than ever. TDY IT. BLUK Advise Chapter To Amend the Resolution Edmonton Proposition Caused Discussion at Provincial I.O. D.E.-Condolence With Mrs. A. L. Sifton afhnftaiiball on Fr|dAy.^evening in Tus- c,MS^''.'M6Ivor a'n'd , BotiL'p Kenneth are ^ ji^lfegvli" Calgary^ been In attendance at the provincial I "'clock. Among the guests ^was Mrs. convention I. O. D. E. here left thIS'Wm. afternoon for their respective homes. Twenty-tjWO delegates from outside points were In atteu'dance. A tact of Interest to local people Skldmore of Coalhurst *   The mld-wlnter dance given by the Commercial .Travellers last evening In the Masonic hall was a most enjoyable affair. A great numlier of An .e-Vent which is beingvlooke^-^ISjr: ward to with great interest.by^-loj ' people is the muslcaj enterta1nq|w., , . j. being put on by the Black 1aiiil!;WykeriiJ^^ V;-..0', Motrow; Who has been Pierrots In St. Augustln's IjallVM'I'*-: jBiReftdlngva ^fe* ^eekia; In SeatUe, re-ruary 3rd and 4th/ JThls i^p'WiV^ail^ Suhdiy'covenlng., bright and snappy rprdgramms, ''-valh.'. ahid" Mrs. 'CpgMll of Passburg solos by Mrs. Frank Colpman,.' jiis8'^*%6ri(..,TisltorB in townjoli Saturday. Paterson; Miss Eileen Waddlngtdn;�'|^ ' Seirice Was held ott'lSunday in the Geoffrey Waddlngton and Prank Wad- Church of England. ' Rev. Sansam dington In new humerous dlttle�. ;The, having, charge of the service, proceeds are in aid of No. 4 troop, Boy Scouts. The Art Needlework Club will meet NEW SILVER COIN , IN GREAT BRITAIN LONDON, Dec. 24.-(By" Mall)-A 119 ^^P of Cocoa:* G opd ai any liour of ibc^day Bakcr*8 Cocoa is'cspceiatV ^ood in the evening 3 short Hmc before fc=tiriti^.\ Us flavor* is delicious, its oronra most al^tracHvc, and it is conducive to rcstfui sleep without bcin^ in nrty sense of the \vord, a narcotic-* Absolutely pure and whofesome. at the home of Mrs. J. N. Henderson, wstandard of sliver coinage has 809 6th Ave. south on Monday at 3 been put Into effect in the United o'clock. Kingdom because of the great increase    In value of silver. Tfcn Ttr,,T... M..>...n.k.....� T -iT 'New sixpences, shillings, florins and r.Z^^\L^Tl^ t 'l^^E^T half-crowns, now only contain ono-halt will meet on Monday at 8 o'clock In , Bllvor instead of '{7.40th aa the Moose Hall. The Senior Regent wa?,!fnri '�^teaa or 37-40th as requests that there be a full attend-, ^^t";,;^^ admixture of alloy became ance. coins be-thelr face necessary when the old ... ........ ,came worth more than It Is reQuested that all members value of the Sir Ale^an^er QaU Chapter who The n�w coins are harder, and are are holding tckots for Friday we- Expected to outlast, the old ones, which nings- enterUinment make their ,re- are being called Inand will be minted turns to Mrs. Meech by Monday eYbn-i into new currency. Ing. .1 The regular sewing meeting of -Bt.' Augustln's Auxiliary will bo held On O.'QONNOR MAY SUPPORT ^ LABOR CANDIDATE : PEI'TERBORO, Oiit, Jan. 22.-Today Monday at 3.30 in the Parish Hall^:^, P. O'Connor, K.';C., of Ottawa, who Every woman of the congregatloij is ,haB been in Peterhoro for the past WatfepBaItc^&Co.tl4 WWBuainujirea , MtnmEUXANAOft. SOtCBESinXMSL I BOOKLET OF CHOICE BECIP69 SENT FSEE^ especially Invited to come and bring her sewing. Tlje ladies' society of the B. of L. meeting In the Oddfellows Hall on Monday, Jan. 24th at 7 o'clock. , .    ? o ? THROUGH WESTERN EYES * ? �� Wouldn't It be nice If Bourlnot liad Week, inada the' following statement: "I have; been y6j* much Impressed hy the personality! and prospects of Thomas, McMurrayil the labor candl-F. itiA E., win hold their roguliir date, hnd am comlnfe to believe that I ., ought^npt to do anything to impair his chahd Of ,success, v'lf I Mxa not nominated on Monddy It will be because I shall have decided to support instead of oppose him." APPEALS FOR DEFINITION OF POLICY OFBUIILDERS' ASSO. WINNIPEG, .tJin. "19.-With about 100 delegate-s In attendance from made a regulation whereby everybody Eastern and We$tem Canada, the could speak to the same resolution'at the same time?  -  Is (t not possible that the I. O. D. B. have started at the wrong end In offering overseas scholarships? What about those at home and "the (Greatest good to the greatest number?" The I.O.D.E. Ensigns that hung about the walls of the G,. w. V. A; hall created quite an .amount, of faV-orable comment from bar visitors.   i Inspector Watson brought out the fact that Rcbolarshlps wore more productive of effort on the part of the pupils than pictures. ^ * * "  They are still womanly In spite of third annual convention of the Association of Canadian Builders and Construction InduKtrles, opened here today. The moring session was taken up with the reports of various committees. , J. Clark RelUy. secretary, lij his report urged that the convention.clearly deflnc the policy of the; asgoclation, and bring the various branches into closer rel^tlonshfp. i Cordial relations, be said, had been established between Blmllar,builders' orgaplzatlons in the Phited States and Canada, and acam-,paign In the east had resulted in adding 850 new members to the association between August and December last. Mr. Rellly declared that the assocla-. - -_,tlon was but beginning Its real work, their deep discussions. After tha and mudt assume a larger part in A hot discussion followed the bringing in at the concluding session of the Provincial I. O, D. B. of an amended resolution brought up at the last quarterly meeting in Edmonton, It being finally decided to send it back to the Chapter frOm which it came to be sent out In amen'ded form. The resolution which raised the wordy argument was as follows: "That we ask the Municipal Chapter to pass on the resolution at Its September meeting requesting all primary Chapters under ltd jurisdiction to pledge themselves not to support any man or woman seeking dvlc, provincial, federal, or any position of public trust who, either by speech or writing gives expression to disloyalty, or who by presiding at disloyal addresses or by any action whatsoever encourages disloyalty in any shape or form; further we request the municipal Chapter after the amended resolution has been passed by the primary Chapters, to pass this resolution on for endorsatlon by the provincial Chapter, requesting the latter in turn to pass on the said resolution for endorsatlon by the National Chapter." After much discussion in which opinions were very much divided as to voting upon the resolution, upon motion of Mrs. Spence it was decided to send It back to the Chapter from which It came with suggestions for amendments. A motion from the Ontario Chapter that the Board of Censors of the province be requested to screen a request to the public to stand at attention during the playing of the National Anthem was approved. Opinions were expressed at the meeting that something was badly needed In this line; that It was not only the foreigners who rushed Into their coats and rubbers and headed for the door the minute the first bar started; while one lady remarked that she had been at school programs where they did not even end with the National Anthem. A resolution was brought in from the Christopher Cradock Chapter asking that the attention of the C. P. R. directors be brought to the fact that the majority of magazines sold on the train are American publications � and asking that steps be taken to provide more of a British character. It was pointed out that there are still a few Canadian and British people travelling, and for a short time the old, old question of Hearst periodicals appeared in the horizon, but was soon forgotten In the passing of the resolution. The ruling of the National on BeT-> eral coOatltutiohaC mltteri �m n�d. It wa� decided that an appeal wHiX to the primary Chapters tor moitmt to help repair Westminster Abb�y. A resolution by the Sir Al�KMd�r Oalt Chapter that sufBcleot notice b* given by the National when lar^e amounts of money are to b� raised will be brought Into the annual meet-.' Ing as an emergency resolution. With unanimous consent It was decided to send a message of condolence to Mrs. Sifton and family from the Provincial I. O. D. B. i - Votes of thanks were tendered the G. W. V. A., the I. O. D. B. of Lethbrldge, the press and the ohalrman, Mrs. Wolley Dod. The annual Provlaotel meeting will be held In Calgary the last week in April and Will last for tliMs dayv, DO YOU KNOW IMPORTANT CHANOtB IN ADVERTISINQ AQENCY With the New Tear comes the announcement of important changea in the organization o( the well known advertising agency, heretofore known as McConnell ft Ferguson. The partnership has been incorporated and now Includes as shareholders and directors several of the executlvee of the old firm. J. B. McCoiinell Is President and M. M. FergU8B09 1b Vice-President. These two men fbrmed the partnership which founded and built the business of McConnell & Ferguson to its present Important volume. They will remain In their respective positions In the organization. A. R. Malton, formerly inspector of the Bank of Toronto, joins the board as an active executive officer. Walter E. Guni^ well known throughout Canada In publishing and advertising circles, la a director and manager of the Company's Toronto Office. As manager of the Montreal Office, Lionel T. Benison, who has had many years experience in handling the complex advertising problems of Eastern Canada also joins the board. D. C. Coutts, manager for Western Canada, with his office in Winnipeg, is the Western reprcMntA^ ' tire on the board. John P. McConnell,' ' well known throu{!$iout Canada as 'a publicity writer aiid jooniaUst, makes the'seventh member of the board. HS sptMsiallzes in Annncinl .and prbpa* ' ganda wOrlc A convention ot the managers and executive has Just been concluded-isl ^ the London Office, at whlbh poUbisM!' and methods tor the ensuing Tefcl'^' ttrere discussed and decided'npoK'' ^ The principles and ethics iMtlcttU'' have'governed the conduct ot the ot Canadian manufacturers. 1Indoabfc-' critical ot both prices and Quality and will demand to be shown ''reasons :V why" in purchsslnsr in the tature^ . ^ The McConnell ft Fergusson {XAai^n ited), executive. In view ot this sitna-, > tion, have decided to throw,,into the.,' work of the coming year, the mostr., serious and concentrated effort to>, bring the work at the v^oua^officea.-to the highest state ot efficiency. With four Qfflces in the leading commercial centres of Canada, Mon NEGOTIATES UOAN � BRUSSELS, Jan. SL-A loan thirty million dollars has been negotiated by the Belgian government' with the Guaranty Trust company of New York and the .contract tor .It, was signed today. The loan i*rlU be , issued in the United States and vrill' bear Interest at 8 per cent IfWfel SjKfei p e d Pac kJa^esSQ n I % THE NORTH WEST BISCUIT COMPANY L^.� FREE PREMIUMS SOAP I REALLY wonderful values are to be obtained from our new range �f pMniama. Wo^ list here a few of the articles-they are rare values. We list below some of the values. A more complete list is found Ulustrated in our Bit New Catalogue-free to you on request. A Few of the Values to be Obtained Alnnliuim Eitchcnwan -Five-Pleco Combination Coolcer, free for 1,200 wrappers or ZOO vrrappera and $4.G0 casli. S-Quart Kettle-Highly pollahad finiali, for 1.200 wrappers or 10 wrappers and $4.76 cash. OooMs BoUcr-Two quarti, 1.000 wrappcra or 200 wmpperi and $8.20/ caih. Sclf-FUIinc roanUia rcn-14k. sold nib, Iree for 500 wrappers or 100 wrapiwri and $1.40 ouh. Indian Ala rat Cleck-NtekeU plated, bell inside, stem shatoff; a guaranteed clock, mailed free for (00 wrappers or 2t wrappers and tZ.OO cash. Pocket KiUtcs-too wrappers ar 100 wrappers and 76o cash. Ladies' lT�nr4edn4 Hah MtwHu pur* bristles, tree for tOO ,wra�-rers or 200 wrappers and tt.M oash. Msa's MiHtafy Bair Bnishs�^ Pur* bristles, free for 109 wrappers each, or 10* wrappara aad 8i� sab. Kinx C��ri� PattoTB SUrsrware-We bava  full line of this, which Is exclusive and cannot be boaght elsewhsre. Beautiful design, heavily plated. Lorga or small Tan Spoons, free far 40� wtawars tor Ikalf dosen, 0 100 wrappws and ll.OiO cash. Dassart Knives, i.ea for 1,800 'Wrapper* far half 4aa*B. ar SOO wraiipers and }6M cash. Hundreds of ether wonderful values listed in our new Catalogne.V Use the coupon and obtain one-seat free. The Royal Crown Soaiis Premtam DeyulaMtit Calgary, Alts. 13 ^t*^ Crowa 'BaaK.l44U CalwAIU.. K{|i