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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 25. 1921 MILADI Daily Fashion Br OeMrato I TO A HAQQI8 fa' your honeit, Bonile, tircat chieftain o' the puddln' race! Aboon them a' ye tat' your I'alnch, tripe, or thalrm; Weet-are yo worthy of a (race At lang'e my arm. is there that owre) his French ragout, Or olio that wad staw a tow, Or fricassee wad, make her spew Wl' perfect scunner, Looks down wl" sneering, scorafu' view On sic a dinner? ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. H, Koss, at their homo Stmvely. Rev. W. J. R.A., B.D., who was the >peclal en the occuk ion of t'ne annual missionary in Wesley church, returned to his home in BaneT yeoterdty. t Messrs. Hugh Bain) ,of Edmonton, mid .lames Baird, o( Lethbrldfo, were in tho city over the week-end, in con- nection with the condition of their father at the hoinlUl. Mr. Btird, sr., has not Improved aa much as waa hoped for some time ugn. Although the broken leg has healed, the shock to the system left him very frail. Deer Ye powers wna mak mankind yonr Tho maniago took place at St, care, GeorsoV Church, Montreal, of Miss And dish them out their bill o' fare, Athalw Ifc.ptist, .laughter of the late Auld Scotland wanis nae skinkltig ware Baptist, of Three Rivers, That Jaups in Inggies; 5ir. Frederick Kay, M. P. But If ye wish her gratefu' prayer, j for Following their wed- Oio her a haggis! ding trip Sir. ami Mrs. Kay will reside Burim. a'. Que. o PERSONALS SOCIAL EVENTS 4 Mr. J. E. Torrill returned from' A Tory pleasant evening wig spent a trip to Toronto1 and other eastern at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. R: C. PAGINATING FROCK OF NAVY points. I Harvey last evening, in honor of Mr. _., Mr8. William Taylor who are leav- I This fascinating frock will doubt- Mitt Bullock has is In.- shortly mf Calgary. A very (la- !sss Particularly to the young at the Standard bank after her llghtful time was spent In dancing and It Is evolved from a luatruus nent tlUeu. W. M. McDonald (formerly of nmM "ttvy ''lup although it would be equally effective In some of the warm w Most enjoyable was the Intonnal "d much favored. 5th Ave. A. south, this city) was tea party given by the members ot the of tinsel embroidery to be removed to her home In Hill- Edmonton Women's Press club, In the adoru do much to enliven the hurst, Calgary, last Friday, where she club room at the Civic block, on Frt-! ciark tono of the satin. An- la slowly recovering from a very crlt- day afternoon, In honor of Mrs. Baker, 1 otner iJVe sub- leal operation performed at the Cat- of formerly dued ln found In the pleo- General Hospital on January 2nd. Edna Brown, of the Vancouver World, j es of duvetyn that are appllqued and Miss Jean Qrant ot the sP'ral pattern to tho dress. The Mrs. Fred Kenny is a visitor in the Examiner, Calgary, who were in the Bklrt !i Mrly full, for that Is one of city from Calgary. Miss Sullivan, formerly attached to city attending the'D. F. A. convention.: fashion's latest dictates. The irre- Mlss Seymour, the new president of heni Is another interesting style the club welcomed the gnests and a The short sleeves and round tki Bank of Commerce statt here, and most enjoyable time was over neckline are most becoming. now of Calgary, has returned after tliij tea caps. spending the week-end with Mrs. Wm. Those precept ot. the wrty H. Dawson. i ..j. r. ,_ i and 10th street, on Wednesday Mi's. Baker, fcermskami Alberta; Mra. at 8 o'clock. Subject, poultices and w. C. Haliman, Acadia Valley, Albnrta; fomentations. These classes open Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Steeves'are vis- Miss Joan Grant, Calgary; Dr. Geneva to all women nl rfYv itors In Calgary, gnests at tho Pal- "Misener. Mrs. B. C. Thompson, Mrs. II. V i liter hotel. I W Mr, McKee. Mr. K. 0. The Thistle Sewing Circle will moot MiieLond, MadrtOCkg, M fhp hnma nf TUtra Kdlth Beaton of Vulcan, who elyn Murphy, Seymour, and Mrs. st c N on Wefltoesdafa ternoon in spending a holiday in Cal-.R. II. Alexander, Edmonton Journal. waunesaay wtarnoon. Miss ICdlth Beaton has bee i io her homo. Mrs, Tokn Grant is leaving morning tor Lothbrlilgo, Albertan. Members and adherents of Kion -X'ff .ra Mrs. Tota Grant is leaving this Invitations nave Issued for one meeting the sohool room morning tor Lothbrldgo, where she of the most charming informal dances ne" ay evening at s o'olonk AH to will visit her daughter, Mra. nf the season, when the Senior Lit. of terested Ssf take notlpf- Albertan. j thn High Sohool will next Friday, en- .UOtleC- "So y It's FRY'S" _ _ lertaln the ex-high school students, W. Daf08 ye3tsraay. (or their friends the.present students. Edmonton to attend the Onion Meet- This Is the The reeular mnnthiv mooiinrr AW 1 ha Lw the the ladles' narior at 3 o'clock tomnr short visit in Proctor, B. C., where she! celved Invitations and all ei-hlgh was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo school students will avail themselves W. Robinson. Mrs. J. B. Unas returned yesterday. trom a visit with her The Women's Missionary Society of of meeting the the United church will meet on Thurs- of this opportunity senior studentB on a social basis, day o'clock at tte'home Confetti will form a part of the even- Of Mrs. Lindsay, 13th street. A toll AFTER a trying day in the stores or at your teaching or your other duties just sip a cup of FRY'S COCOA. See how refreshing, how nourishing it is and how nicely it tones up your nerves. Its distinctive and delicious flavor will charm yon. See for yourself what a wonderfully concentrated .j and economical food-drink FRY'S COCOA is. Of course, remember "Nothing will do but FRY'S" Frederick Kay, M.P., son and damth-' lnR's entertainment. The Blue Bird orchestra will furnish the music. One of the most pleasant social events of the season was the annl- ,i_ versnry supper and dnnco given last L-5iafl, evening In the Masonic hall by the C. C. P. R. Social and Athletic club, about to 350 guests being In attendance. Tho committee in charge was composed of attendance is nrged. Members ot thi Vestry of St. Augtis- V. B. Hensh. W. Sanders and W. Haf- fern. Among the out-of-town gnests were Mr. and Mrs. J. M; Cameron, Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. La Meui, Cal- gary; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Cal- gary; Mr. and Mrs, H. M. Smith, Mac- leod; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kenny, Cal- gmry; Mr. Petenon, Macleod; Mrs, D. H. Mclvor, Winnipeg. i j r.omlSlled.of the Ha" ot e y member ls re1ueated WEDDINGS A quiet wedding took place yester- day afternoon, January 24, at 4 o'clock at the Manse, when Mr. Louis Rossi and Miss Sophia Hossl were united In marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Rossi are both of Lethbridge and will continue The ninth annual meeting of the Women's Missionary Society, Macleod Presbyterial, is held In .Knoi church on Tuesday. "February 1st Nobody has forgotten, we hope, that There will be morning, afternoon and once comes around the birth- evening sessions. Delegates will be dair anniversary ot Dobbie Burns, present from Coleman, Cowley, Mac- bora 183 years ago today, January to accept from his predecessors all that they had. to give, and to seek to maintain loyally a tradition rather than to strive after mere novelty, has much to do with his success in carry- ing tradition to its highest pitch and becoming in a sense unique, the poet of his says a recent extract. So In memory of the day that gave him birth, take down that dusty vol- ume from off the shelf, and lose your- self once again In "The Cotter's Sat- urday or the more typical "Tarn o' Shanter." EMIGRATION POLICY UNDERGOES CHANGE LONDON, Jan. Aasd. Times today that the Imperial government has made a sudden revereal of Its emigra- tion policy particularly in regard to the proposal to send 4000 men to New Zealand. Acting presumably on re- presentations from New Zealand, the Times adds, only one thousand men will be sent at once to that dominion, and further contingents will be sent when the Drat thousand have been absorbed. BROKE EVIDENCE OVER THE POLICEMAN'S HEAD At Believue on the 24th, Alei Lazarnko was given a month in the Lethbridge jail, coupled with a fine of for assault on the police. The accused has lodged an appeal against the sentence. The circumstances that brought Laftarnkc before Magis- trate Gresham were that while Con- stables and Reid of the A.P.P. were executing a search war- rant on the premises of the Union Hotel, Hlllcreat, the latter saw the accused with a bottle protruding from his pocket. He endeavored to obtain it and in the struggle Lazarnko fell on tho floor. He succeeded in getting the bottle out of his pocket and be- fore the constable could lay his bands on it, he hit him on side of head with it, and then broke the bot- tle over the bar. Frank Kearney, Florencevllle, N.B.. I train driving over i ooMlMc at injured whan atruck by alstickney. Mark Well Your is the name "SALADA" This is the genuine tea of all teas'. tiae oronto leod, New Dayton, Plncher Creek, Frederick Kay, M.P. for Misslasquol, Tabor and Wrentham. reputed to be one of the htfnd- lomost men in the house, was mar- ried at Montreal on Jan. 18 to Mise Whale Baptist. The Home Nursing Class of the St John Ambulance Association will meet at the Nursing Mission, corner tnd BLUE RIBBON TEA If The QUALITY BLUE RIBBON TEA I. th, result of experience combined with reel desire to produce the beet peesible artlele, 1f New thet Trede conditions ere becoming mere normel. the QUALITY of BLUE RIBBON TEA ie BETTER THAN EVER. TRY IT. 25, at Ayr, Scotland, and whose short, brilliant, passionate career ended when he was but 38 years of'ago. The akirl of tlie bag-pipes will be heard on the midnight air tonight when the Lethbridge City Pipa Band hold, their supper and dance to com- memorate the birthday of the Scot- tish idol, and well will be remember- ed when the company gathers round the festive board with its good Scotch dishes, crowned by haggis. Burns, whose poetry will live through the ages, was not an un- tutored muse. If his school education was somewhat scanty, his knowledge was acquired in other ways. Hia futher was a man or great Intelligence, although in the grip of adverse cir- cumstances, and guided hio son's mind, so that Bums read profusely of the literature of his day Addleon and Steele, and rainy other works inch as the Shaknpears, Spen- cer, Jonson, Mollere, Popo, Fielding, drey and Goldsmith. Bums was Inferior as an English poet. It wu when he wrote in his native that he soared to heights ot greatness, and achieved distinction and a place for thn Scot- tish tongue In that ralrfht nefer have hoen placed there. was a thorough master ot satire, his first outbursts being the demand for Individual liberty In conduct and be> lief, In religion. Hia sharp wit, vig- orous Incentives and imaginative fer- vor 'won him distinction, while nil pen was equally nimble in his por- trayal of UM hnmbto ntdea of Boot- tlah life. part ot Miss Ella Johnson Tells How Caticura Healed Pimples "My trouble began as small pim- ples end in a few months they got worse and ray forebeud wae just a mass of large j They were hard and red and ceueed me to scratch, end I wee disfig- ured for the time. They made me emberraeeed when out In company. I tern but kwn of no help, iMw.Cuticur.Soef.odOlm- mM advertisement and sent lor a free After using them I bought more, end when I had used one cake and one box at Ointment for about e owmh I completely heeled." Ml.. Ella May Box M, Idaho, March f, ItW. Ointment end comfort tkio heakh often when all else Me, BAWDEN BROC Convincing Quality Convincing fj PHONE 625 DORIS KEANE In Edward Sheldon's Cele- brated Pliy, "ROMANCE" Directed by CHET WITHE? 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