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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 27. IWt THB urrmrnnxiB DAILY RirttAio PAGE 1214 MILADI Daily Fashion If OMivto SYMBOLS SfiHt, Jarvis, Huso :uij Fleming; .toprano solo by Miss Margaret Smith and t baritone by Mr. Ueorge Fleming. The fifth annual ball being given by think pure Alborta Lodge No. 735 Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and l-Jngiiiern on Thursday, February 10, will ba very pleasurable event. The invita- tions havo already been Issued, and Sometimes I (lower A holy sign must bo. Some day, mayhap, I'll gather one, And set its mark on me. are made out fit a very novel way, tak- ing tho form of a train order in which all concerned are bidden to the gath- ering, meet No. 735 at the Masonic Hall. The reception committee U composed of Mcssra, P, Nock, B. W. Giles, Fred Wardman, H. E. Johnson, W. Fagi, J. Gillespie, J. J. Gogan, N, McEIroy and Mosdamea G. Swanson, G. Murray and N. McBIroy, The chairman is E. A. Welch and the secretary-treasurer A. E. Leggett. A social evening was he ;d by the Stationary Engineers and Firemen In i the Moose Hall last evening, N. H. Harding the president being in the chair. Speeches were triven hv I era! members and also by some of tht Mrs. A. R. McGuIre will not invited guests. Mr. Charles King- Sometimes I think a butterfly A sacrec! symbol bright. Somu day, mayhap. I'll hire me one, And worship with delight. Sometimes I think a Hying bird Is just a soul sot free. Somn day, mayhap, I'll capture one To wing my flight for me. Grao Stratton-Portor In Good Housekeeping. PERSONALS homo tomorrow. C. S. Noble of Nobleford Is a dom, the president of the Trades and Labor Council, gave a very Interesting speech on Industrialism and also visitor in Calgary. j Fraternalism, pointing out that both I industrially and fraternally man's has been con- greatest act of kindness and generos' who Miss Ashton, fined to her honu resumed her duties at the Kindergar- ten. through illness, has ity js service to his fellow men. The president and several of the members j and invited guests replied In a very becoming manner. A very pleasant Mrs. Alex. Smith is eipected to re- feature of the evening was Inter- turn shortly from the coast. j esting lecture on "Sympathy" by Brother T. Hardy. After enjoying a Thoburn Allan, inspector of taxation, Tery pleasant evening and singing Calgary, is In the city today. T t Mrs. J. C. Hanrahan Is a visitor In Calgary with her daughter, Mrs. Wodell. Mrs. David Donald, who has been confined to her hnnie through illness, Is now much better. Mr. L. C. Charlesworth Is a visitor, In the city today from Edmonton. i "Auld Lang the members dis- I persed. i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES All preparations are made for the annual supper and dance In connec- Lethbridge Lodge No. 39 daufktar of Mm. i-tevwison Drown of Montreal, wbile Lady (lion-Coats, the slstar-la-Uw of Lord Ulentaoar, was before her Mies Walk- er of Montreal. Lady Ayltiier is a Canadian girl, u are also Lady Staf- ford Brunton and the Countess Jac- ques de Leiiseps. The Marchioness of Donegal wai Mill Violet Gertrude Twining, daughter of H. St. Goorge Twining, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. QUEST OF ALICE ROOSEVELT WASHINGTON, D. society Is entertaining a distinguished guest in person of the Marquess of Carlsbrooke, grandson of the late Queen Victoria, of England, and broth- er of Queen Victoria of Spain. He slipped Into the city as quietly as he arrived in New York a few days ago, and Is the guest for it few days of Representative and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth (Alice Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt, at whose house he was a guest while In New York, is also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Longworth. Although the MaiV'ess 13 in the country In an' entirely unofficial capacity, he Is being entertained as befitting his station. Lady Qeddes, wife of the British Ambassador, gave a small dinner at the Embassy for The Child's Air Station (By Balden, M.O.) Growing children need more oxy- gen than do adulta In proportion to their and it Is therefore of the utmost Importance that they should get the Urgent poaiible Quantity ol fresh Too nften, even now, we encou.nter false notions about "catching when endeavors are made to secure for children the requisite supply ol fresh air in bed rooms, living rooms, and in the school. But there be no ceasing in the demand for fresh air. Remaining superstitlonL in this respect must be broken down. Want portant of fresh air part in the plays an 1m causation of trim, the guests bassy staff. Including the Em- A COSY COAT FOR THE LITTLE GIRL Keen winds of winter are easily withstood if the little girl be protect- ed by a fur coat. This interesting cre- ation it achieved by using the pelt of Peter Rabbit and his numerous rela- tives. Of course, this particular akin, ii white, for white fur always looks on the child. Bands of beaver are set about the lower part of the coat and add much to its loveliness. The sleeves, also, show a strip of beaver, while the flat collar is outlined with this soft-toned fur. A close-fitting cap of white rabbin skin, trimmed with, beaver, completes an outfit that is admirable for wintry weather. were best appreciated. The young couple will be absent only two weeks In the East, as Mr. Connolly Intends returning to the East Reforestation Big Work in Ontario Decision of Farmer-Labor Cau- Laws Also Discussed TORONTO, Jan. and labor members of the Ontario legis- lature this morning held a caucus at the parliament buildings for the pur- pose of discussing, the proposed legis- lation for the coming session. The first matter discussed was that of re- raalnulrition in children, along with insufficient feeding, overwork, want of sleep, generally bad hygienic sur- roundings and inattention to the sim- ple rules of health. A child must sleep with the win- dows of his room open and he must bo given every chance to flll his lungs with fresh air. It Is essential, how. ever, that he must learn to breathe properly through the nose and not through the mouth. Mouth breathing air to enter the lungs with its temperature unchanged. Normally, the passage of inspired air through the nostrils and back ptrt of the throat warms the air to body beat, so that It enters the lungs at an equable and optimum temperature. In mouth breathing much irrita- tion of the respiratory passages oc- curs because of the intake of cold and impure air. Snoring at night, habitual breath- ing through the open mouth, and all other bad breathing habits should be corrected by proper training and, when necessary, through surgical In- tervention. Some snoring children can be cured, provided there are no gross local troubles accounting for the habit, by wakening them, turning them da their sides, and making them close their mouths. There are also for keeping the mouth closed e child is asleep. Do not allow children to sleep in forestatlon. There was unanimity of j rooms In which are gs.s of oil fires opinion that work along these lines or. ;'8lited_ijas burners, even if turn- should be proceeded with on an ex- tensive scale. The report of the pub- lic service commission was also con- sidered and as a result it is likely that during the present session the ed low. This la- a common cause of It tehM ol bMl to tuJu a Bottto ol BMffi.. BOVRIL Never Profiteered Has not changed since 1919 Same Price Same Quality Same Quantity and malnutrition. Alter school hours during the day- time children should be encouraged to be In the open air as much as possible. WILL THEY NEVER LOSE? LONDON, Jan. Canadian Associated curlers again showed themselves moro at home on the Ice than the north coun- trymen by defecting the First Eng- lish province curlers ta a Ust Batch at Manchester today by a ted M CHICAGO'S BOY BANDIT TAKEN CHICAGO, Jan. tha capture of Roy Fitxhenpy, la yearn old, believe today tlvrtlM of a child bandit who euaoMsfully held up atvtral an within put few are ended. BLUE RlBDON TEA f Good are careful to BLUE RIBBON when order. Ing TEA. They do this because they know they will gat the beet tea In tho market at the lowest prloe that tho best ean be eeld for. f There Is no tea In Canada so or economical as BLUE RIBBON. A F and A M G R A In the Masonle miouu. foiurumg m me tasi that during the present session the to Station Army hall thto even'ing, 27. Breth-j i government will introduce legislation has left for Coleman where she will ren not having secured their' tickets be located in future. wm flnd their names registered with doorkeeper. There are still a few Miss Frances Grant, England's first tickets available for members of the woman film-producer, Is only twenty- fraternity who wish to attend, so come si.i years old, and already has the along and you reputation of being one of the clev- crest persons In this business. fflll'be welcome. The Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. _ D.. B. are holding their annual Blue i m v has been Bird dance In the Masonic hall on ly 111 in the Van Haarlem hospital for Thursday February 3 some time, has recovered sufficiently to be her home. Tne G. T. A. will hold a special meet- ing tomorrow afternoon at the home Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dowler and fam- Of Mrs. James Wallwork, 643 5th St. ily have returned to their farm near aouth at 3 0-ciock. wmnlfrcd after spending several months in the city. Ottawa. to the Holy at making, the legal marriage age for males 21 years Instead of IS as at present. The bill will also provide munlty accompany the young couple that the Issuing ,of marriage licenses on their The best wishes of the entire com- present. News. Hat shall be exclusively In the bands of municipal clerks, Mr. Connolly Is well known In _________________ MAKE CHILDREN CARE FOR THEIR PARENTS _ Lethbrldge, having been chief clerk In the C. P. R. offices here when C. C. Cottrell was superintendent Ijethbrldge friends wilt be interest- ed in hearing of the marriage of Mr. AH members are asked to make a special effort to at- tend. EASTERN STAR OFFICERS INSTALLED AT COALDALE Invitations have been Issued hy the Installatlon of officers of the East- INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. Sons and daughters of financial ability would be made responsible for the j welfare of their parents under a bill Introduced In the state legislature to- 1 day. The bill provides that unnatural off- spring who seek to avoid the respon- er Star took place Monday evening at slblllty may be fined not to exceed C. P. R. Social and Athletic clnb for' Coaldale, about four cars of people go- or Imprisonment for not more L _- IT, aim AIHIBLIU lur 0.. ......u ewls Harris to Miss Leone Holman, dance next Tuesdav nleht In the' on' from the city to attend the than six months. Courts are given which took place this week at the bUg put on a home Tabc i. i j i IHH..-IUIHI, unit. ma ia uciug CUL uu A tho bride s parents near mtie earller than usual, as It will be the last dance before Lent. Lads of St. Mary's Parish who are communicants are asked to meet In the Vestry tonight at 8 p.m. SOCIAL EVENTS meeting. The gathering took the form of an open installation with 60 people pres- ent, and Mrs. Charles. McClenaghan Worthy Grand Matron, acting as in-i WAR BETWEEN GEORGIA authority to release convicted persons on promise to assume proper flllal attitudes. Girls of St. stalling officer. Miss Winnie Helseth performed her duties as Grand Mar- j shall while Mrs. Long acted as or- Mary's Parish who are Ean'st. The officers installed were as Following the annual meeting of Knox church a very delightful gather- ins was held when the congregation hail n pleasant hour of social Inter- J Refreshments v.'ere served'.% find several muaical numbers were en- i A joyed, among them a chorus by the'.-, chnlr, a soprano solo by Miss Hazell, a piano selection by Strotte, male quartette by Messrs. communicants are asked to meet In the Vestry on Friday night at 8 p.m. DR. AGATHA DOHERTY WEDS ENGLISH FINANCIER LONDON, Jan. As- Luxuriant Hair Promoted By Cuticura Cuticura kills dandruff, stops itching the causa of dry, thin and falling hair. Treatment: Gently rub Cuticun Oint- ment with the cod of the finger, on spoti of dindruff and itching, Follow next morning with a hot shampoo of Cuticun Soap. Repeat in two weeki. Nothing better thin these frigraot, super-creamy emollient! for All ikin and Kalp troublq, Uu4lfc, TkknZh Sold sociated Press) The marriage of Dr. Agatha Doherty, sister of Hon. Man- ning Doherty, minister of agriculture for Ontario, to W. J. Myatt of Lon- don, a prominent English financier, took place here yesterday. follows: AND AZERBAIJAN LOOMS CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. ports from Tiflis say that war between Azerbaijan and Georgia Is threatened. This state of affair is said to have resulted from suspension of oil dellv- Sr. .Davidson, Worthy Matron; Bro. Knudson, Worthy Patron; Sr. Bass, Associate Matron; Sr. Johnson, secret- ary; Bro. Johnson, Sr. Hel-jerlea by Azerbaijan and Georgia's re- Beth, Conductress; Sr. Knudson, As- tallatlon In arresting the Azerbaijan soclate Conductress; Sr. Brown, Mar- consul and seizing the consular funds, shall; Sr. Luffler, Organist; Sr. Hart, The Georgian government Is report- Chaplain; Sr. C. Helseth, Adah; Sr.'ed to have decided to strike the first Shrnm, Ruth; Sr. Hamilton, Esther; blow to forestall attack by Azerbal- Sr. Crsst, Martha; Sr. Haley, Electa; Bro. Caloren, Warden; Bro. Nelseth, Sentinal. jan. This plan, it is asserted, has been made all the more feasible because of learning that the soviet troops at Pollowlng the Installation of officers' Baku are in a demoralized condition several presentations took place when "nd subject to constant mutinies and Sr. Brown was presented with a desertions. jewel by Sr. Davidson; Sr. Haley was presented with the certificate of Grand Electa by the Grand Matron. Sr. Me- Clenaghan, and flowers were presented to Mrs. Haley, for Mr. Hnloy by Sr. WEDDINGS On Wednesday morning, January 30, at 7 o'clock. Mr. C. C. Connolly and house, where a splendid banquet had Miss Agnes Scollard were united In: been prepared. Mr. Bass acted as tho holy bonds of matrimony. The j toastmaster, the toast to the Grand ceremony was performed by the pas- Chapter being given by Sr. Bass re- KILLED BY FIRE TRUCK EDMONTON, Jan. Dolling- ham was Instantly kllletllast evening FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE LAST TWO DAYS OF CLARKE'S STOCK-TAKING SALE Many Savings of a Most Unusual Character Throughout Every Department of the Store CLARKE CO. 614 3rd Ave. S. Brown. A musical selection was given' as a result of being struck hy the by Bro. Crest and a very clever 1m-j pump of a flre truck. The unfortunate personation by Sr. Knudson. man was dragged 245 feet after being At the conclusion of the program! hit by the truck, which was travelling the company repaired to the school about 20 miles an hour, suffering ter- rible Injuries. When the truck wag brought to a stop, It was found life was extinct. i tor of St. Patrick's, Rev. F. Fitzpat- j rick, assisted by Father Thos. Greene sponded to By Sr. McClenaghan; to the newly installed officers by Bro. and Rc-v. M. J. Pltzpatrlck. The nup- Crest, responded to hy Sr. Davidson tial mass was said by the pastor, as- and Bro. Knudson; to Maple Leaf slsteil by Rev. Dougan and Rev. I Chapter by Sr. Bond, responded to by "B" CLASS FAIR DATES REGINA, Jan. are tho dates for class "B" fairs as set by the Edward McCoy. The young couple' Sr. Gibson and Bro. Pleetwood, to the Western Fairs association here today; (left on the early train for St. Paul, i visitors by Sr. Crest, responded to by! Medlclne Hat, June 21-23; Estevan, [Minneapolis and Grand Rapids, Minn., I Mr. Kay and Mr. Rosa. I June 27-29; Weyburn; June SO, July accompanied by the best wishes of The evening concluded with a pres- T tholr many admirers, Mr. C. C. Connolly is chief derjt pres. entatlon to Sr. McClenaghan and Sr. for the C.F.R. at Medicine Hat, and one of the most valuable and reliable officers of the C. P, R. in Sonfhern Alberta. For several years he been Grand Knight for the K. of Long by Sr. W. Helseth, nnd the ling- ing of "Auld Lang Syne." Ement for Icsema uA _. lions. 1C at once and gi _ idlf heals tha itln. Btuniilo Nix Ur. CHUM'S (Xiiuient fret II jau mention UiU paper and send 9o. for pmtARe. COc. a bm; alldulen or BdmaMOD, Buu Co., Tm are Skin Irrili- rudu- Council at Medicine Hat and other places; district deputy for the past I two years, and financial secretary for I three different councils, Mr. Connol- I ly Is one of the most popular men In Medicine Hat, a generous and ardent supporter of St. Patrick's parish, a member of most of the social organ- izations of the city, and besides all, a gentleman and a scholar. CANADIAN GIRLS WHO HAVE WED TITLES Jttly 11-13; Camrose, July 14-16; Lloyd- minster, July 1S-20; North Battleford July 21-23; Prince Albert, July 26-29; Yorkton, August 2-6; Melfort, August 9-1J, Although Mlas Marlon Cook of Montreal, is not the first Canadian! girl to wear an old-world title, none, perhaps, has entered a family that! has played so foremost a part In Im-j yerial affairs or ,who Is nearer the i x: United. Toronto. Miss Scollard Is well known In and Intimate court circle. A Montreal around_Peterborough and at Medicine authority gives this list of Canadian Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor Hat. She has won for herself a host g I of good, warm, true friends. two years In succession she was elected secretary-treasurer of the Ladles' Al- lar Society, the largest and most im- nortant society In St. Patrick's Parish, i position which she still occupies, women who hare married titles: Audrey Lady Petre, before her marriage to the fourteenth Lord Pe- tre, was Miss Audrey Clark, daughter of the Rev. Dr. William R. Clark of Toronto. The late Lord de Blaqulere. wtio died a few months ago, married uid which we hope she will hold for Miss Lnclenne Desbarats. of Montreal years to come. Besides assist-! Lady Northcote was the adopted when at the daugter.of Lord Mount Stephen, bull-1 has had chargn of the choir of St. der of the Canadian Pacific Railway and It was In this latter ca- Lady Bartaa, wlto tl Sir John Barren imdty that her usefulness and ability of IiMBMr fi% MOV li POST TQASTIES are on the program I want a front seat BAWDEN BROC Convincing Quality _ Convincing Prices. kJ STOCK-REDUCING and PRE-IN VENTORY SALE SAVES YOU MONEY Only Three More Days Sale positively closes Monday GENUINE REDUCTIONS on all FURNITURE, BEDS, BEDDING, CARPETS, CUKTA1NS, and DRAPERIES Get Your Requirements at This Sale ;