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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26, 1921 THB UTHBHTDfTB HKnjtUD> PAOB MILADI Daily Fashion Oartiwto BwwfnN MEADOWLAftKS lu tho silver light after a storm. Under dripping boughs of brighi new green, I take the low path to hear the maa dow-Iurks Alone and high-hearted as if I were a aueen. What have I to tear in life or death Who have knawu three things: the kiss in the uight, Tho white flying joy when a song born, And meadowlarks whistling m silver light? Teasdale. v PERSONALS Mrs. W. A. Sinclair is spending a few days visiting with Mends in Frank. Airs. S. Mackwood has received the sad news of the death of her mother at her residence, 4 Shipquay street, Londonderry, Ireland. Mi-s. Glen, ot Armstrong, B.C., ar- rived in tho city yesterday to spend a tew days, with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson. Friends of Mrs. Siduay Koliaou will regret to hear that she is suffering from" iiv, attack of scarlet fever. Mrs. W. .R. who has visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. King, left this aCtarnoou to spend some time in Moose'-PawbeTore going on to her home in Saskatchewan. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. S. Tatum have returned to Calgary after a visit ID Winnipeg and Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Tatum are former residents of Letnbrldge. Mrs. H. W. Kellogg, ,who has oeen ill with a attack of tonsillitis, 1s now able, to be around again. Annette Kellerman, who will be iiT Calgary on Saturday, will be the honor luettl at u muuiuuu bouig 4 given by the Y.W.C.A. swlaunlng clan I there. Mr. and' Mn. J. M. Cameron aad Mr. and Mn. P. W. Alexander ham returned to their respective homei In Calgary, after attending the C. P. R. nipper and dance on Monday eve- ning. Among the out-of-town gueau pres- ent at the Burns' Supper aud Dance held last evening fa Burgmann's hall were Mr. and Mrs. Archibald and O. Archibald of Crystal Lake; Mr. and Mn. Octrdou Watt of Crystal Lake; Mr. aud Mrs. Ibey of Cardston; Mr. and Mrs. McLean of Cardston; Mr. and Mrs. Johnston and the Messn. Johnston of Crystal Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Cain Coulee. Those who remember charming little Mim Elsie MaUtad, who happily cast in the role of the Binning Slave Girl in "Chu Chin in Calgary hut (all, will be Interested to know that her marriage to Mr. Roy Cropper, .who took the part of the handsome son of All Baba In the same play, took place Christmas morning in Salt Lake City. .1 SOCIAL EVJWTS .OGICAL ADVICE! Strike at the rolt of waak- is logical advice to those run-down in vitality. Scott's Emulsion nouruhei the body, the blood and helps build etnntth. Vffl fcoci Bowne. Toronto. Out tl Mrs. P. W. Pennefather was hostess at the tea hour yesterday in honor of Mrs. W. R. Boyd, who has been visit- Ing with King. her daughter, Mn. C. C, A CHARMING COSTUME OF WHITE CREPE One at the most faahionable fabrics tor tpring is crepe. In black it is be- ing much used for the simple after- noon draas, for Mack la exceedingly 'ashionahle thin Miunp delight- ul costume however is developed in white crepe and Is especially suited or southern wear. The un- lelted, is finished with coquettish ittle sleeves. The skirt la rather straight but this proves an admirable background for the nail head embroid- ery that .ornaments It. This style ot I rimming Is also used on the blouse rhich has an interesting collar and Ie of jade green crepe. The smart hat shows the same clever type of decoration. AGAIN CHOCOLATE BARS The Cheerio Club held a uupper and dance In Harper's hail last evening to celebrate "Burns' Nicht." A large company sat dbwn to do ample justice to the good things to eat, after which the tables were cleared, and the enjoyed up to the time the "Home Sweet Home" walu was played. Aa usual the music was of the best. A touch of Scotch was added to the occa- sion by Miss Keale who was in kilts. Mrs. Gordon Watt (Jr.) sang Star ot Bobble Bums." Mrs. Paul Mdj, Felgar farm, enter- mined a number of friends very de> .ightfully at her home laat evening. Following a delicious supper, the eve- ning was spent in cards, dancing, and music. Pour tables of cards were in play, Mrs. Rice and Mn. Sick winning the flrst prizes, and Mrs. R. A. Smith and Mr. Almnrorth taking the aeconi prliet. The Calgary Women's Pnu Club onto-tained the. eminent English ac- tress', Miu Eva Moon (Mrs. H. V. Esmond, in private who is tonr- ng Canada in Divine." at delightful tea yiwUrday afternoon. lira. J. P. president of the local >ranch of the Preu Club, made a brief but very fitting addresa of wel- come, and Mlu Edjthe Barnall nra- sented the guest ot hoxor with beau- iful bouquet ot roHi tad The annual dance given last evening he Masonic hall an a "T abolished and that the government it- self handle all phases of the traffic. A deputation from the Moderation league appeared, coma time ago be- ore Premier Stewart and members of :he Alberta cabinet to urge this aj> :ion. They were .told that the govern- ment had to be guided by the wishes of the people and that the vote on the recent plebiscite to bar inter-provin- j :ial shipment of liquor would have to interpreted according to the total j vote cast, and the majority against; such shipments. As a result, the league launched the present campaign to obtain signatures for presentation to the legislature. liliouVttess day afternoon, January JTth, at 3.30 o'clock, la the ladies' A ipe- cial program will be given. Every woman of the congregation is in- vited. The A. Y. P. A. IB holding a social irening.In St. Augustm's hsil s >'clock tomorrow night. AH members are urged to turn out, and f the congregation will also be very welcome. Ladles are asked- to gather together their Royal Crown Soap wrappers and Magic Baking Powder coupons for the Travellers' Aid and to turn them in before the beginning of neit month, either to the school or to Needs, 124-1 6th Ave. A, South. Maim too much bile left'' In blood bj a daranged' liver. Or. Chas.'s Kidney-Liver Pills let liver right and> biliousiMU and appear. pill ISo. box, all dealers. LETHBRIDGB CITIZENS- ARE ASKED TO DO THEIR SHARE IN SNORT COURSE Edmonton Bulletin: There's a good ToCureaCold in One Day Take Qrove'm Laxmtlvtt Quinine Be sure you get BROMO The genuine bears signature was held In the Masonic hall and was f a very delightful nature. The Boor waa in fine shape and excellent music was provided by orchestra. Dainty refreshments were served at midnight. Much credit is due the committee in charge which waa com- posed ot Mr. and Mrs. H. S. White, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McCallum, Mrs. L. Lundy and Mr. J. Kirk. 'CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Home class meets promptly, at 7.30 tonight in the Nurs- ing Mission. Dominion Rebekan Lodge, No. 41, will, hold its regular monthly meeting on.Thursday evening at S o'clock in the; Oddfellows' h'alL Visiting troth- en and sisters welcome. 7 the second of the series of dances chestra -will The convenor of aystemaUe giving for St. Augustln Women's Parish Aux illary would be- very gratified if al collectors would pleaaa laave coflec tlons at her home-daring the coming week. The regular monthly meeting of the Weeley W. M. S. .will be held Thurn THE NORTH-WEST BISCUIT COMPANY L2 IBMONTON, ALTA. the University of Alberta from Janu- ary 28th to February 5th. All arrange- ments have been made for entertain- ing, and billeting the 200 expected guests who will be put up free of charge by citizens. The ladies' aids of the various churches have each taken, a day, and will entertain them at luncheon and dinner. For the open evenings, concerts and free evenings at the theatres are being provided. The various elubs in the city are be- ing asked to contribute funds to help defray expenses, the Rotary Club kind- ly donating and the 49th Chap- ter of the I.O.D.E. baa also sent in A rest room and nursery will be furnished for any children in connec- tion with the place of meeting The short course being held in Lethbridge will take place here from February 18 to 26. Local arrangements will be In charge of the Local Council of Women. This is a big community work and calls for hearty support of; every citizen. Committees will be formed at the annual meeting to be j held In St. Augustus's hall, Friday January 28, at 8 p.m. It is hoped for a large attendance. I Quick relief from RHEUMATIC Pain BENGUE ku itttt. IEWAK Of SttUTITUTBi TKt IRMW Nfttl MOHTHtAL Amtl RE ELIEVES PAIN CHAMBERLAIN'S For that "Croupy Cough" Most mothers of young children prefer Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy to any other, because they know it to be prompt and effec- tual, and to contain no opium or other narcotic. Keep Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy in the house is a real friend in Tertisement. 35c and 65c COUGH REMEDY mPETIINTO CHANGE DRY LAW CALGARY, Jan. a province- wide drive to urge the abolition of the present system of liquor dispensing under the liquor ant, and substitute government control, the Alberta Mod- eration league has put out a force of canvassers obtaining signatures to a petition to present to the legislature. Approximately names have al- ready been obtained to the petitions in Calgary. The league officials an- ticipate that at least 10.000 signatures will bs obtained in each of the cities of Calgary and Edmonton alone, and proportionately In the other cities and towns and rural of the province. The petitions ask the legislature'to rapeal the present liquor act, and m- tltute In Its place a similar system to hat voted for by the people of British Columbia, nrovinlne for government vendors to sell the liquor'under rigid regulations. They ask that the- em of dispensing by physicians' pre- crlptlon aiM be eating Musterole Loosens Up Those Stiff Out Pain You'll know why thousands ma Uusterofe once you experience the glad relief it gives. Get a jar at once from the nearest drug store. It is a dean, white oint- neat, made with the oil ot mustard. Better than a mustard platter and does not hliater. Brings ease and comfort while It ia being rubbed oat Huaterole ia recommended by man; doctors and nurses. Mfflionaof Jars are oed annually for bronchitis, croup, stiS neck, asthma, neuralgia, plenrisy, rheu- matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, braises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (itoitenprerenbi Skin Tortured Babies Sleep Mothers Rest After Cuticura PILES not nan another v-'lh I to hi ne. Blent- fug, or I'rotruil Ini Pilot. No Dr. Chiv opvr- tlon required you at oncn ------___. tll( line's plnftwat Hill relieve_________ t.'utiug benefit, Wo, a bolt all iftlen, or Kilmanann, HutH Umlf d, TArflnlA. SamplA Jloz free II you mention lfd, UUI A LIVELY FINISH TO OUR BIG JANUARY CUT-PRICE SALE BUY NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE PRICES THROUGH. OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK HAVE REACHED THE LOWEST POINT LOOK AT THE WONDERFUL REDUCTIONS. OFF ANY DRESS IN THE STORE-Si or Wool OFF ALL MIDDIES AND FINEST BLOUSES 'sOFFALLSKIRTS.KlMONASANDSILK UNDERWEAR ALUMS' AND MISSES' CLOTH COATS OFF ---ALL FUR COLLARS, CAPES AND MUFFS OFF AD MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR and SWEATERS 1 :i OFF AD WOMEN'S SERGE and BROADCLOTH SUITS '3 OFF ALL WOMEN'S SWEATERS and SHAWL WRAPS AFF ALL CORSETS, AND HEAVY WOOL HOSIERY OFF AO Plain and Fancy Silk and Satin RIBBONS Extra Heavy SHEETING (English Make) 80 inches wide, double the -weight of ordinary Sheet- ing. Reg. yard. Now on sale at, per yard PFF ALL BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS '4OFF All BOYS'SWEATERS AND MED BLOOMERS OFF ALL CENTS FINE SHIRTS AND PYJAMAS 1, OFF AD Down and Cotton FiDed COMFORTERS OFF ALL WOOL BLANKETS, RUGS and PILLOWS OFF ALL BOYS' JERSEYS AND PULLOVERS 'i OFF ALL CRETONNES and CURTAIN MATERIALS OUR DRESS SILKS HAVE ALL BEEN REDUCED Our Prices of Sheetings, Flannelettes Ginghams Have AD Been Greatly Reduced for This Final Clearing 40c and 45c FLAN- NELETTE Re. duced to 27c and SHEETINGS Reduced to 92c SOc PRINTS Re. duced to 35c YOU WILL FIND SIMILAR REDUCTIONS ALL THROUGH THE STORE THE SIMPSON CO, LTD. ;