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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PR1PAY, JANUARY 28, 192t MILADI Daily Fashion IT v v i1 v v v ''f A SECOND CHANCE those mentioned iu buiti.j yi'Uaiml at tke dma.-J held by Uaeahu Club In CaJcary but Mr., t D. o( CaWorala la TtaftbM at koaM el D. A. U ve all had our to live orer Wlbxm. 12 ve tad, bit we haven't, yen Mr. 0. U. Ke'vlll le a vjtttor In Cal- know, gary and tupucUi to return tomorrow We'd make It a vlalon ot kappineaa morning. then, And rate would ker kluUleet farors Mrs. George H. Mctvor, who has bestow; been spending the past month with H wo only could run tills strange hor motker, Mrs. It. O'Hagan, lot! this mythical race afternoon for her home In Winnipeg. At some other time and in some She waa accompanied as far as Medi- other place; cine Hat by ker alaiw, UUs A. OS! Could--'! we make earth O'Haran. place, It we all had our Urea to live over Mra. (Rev.) A. A. Lytle ot Nanton, again. I formerly of Lethbrldge, l> a patient in the Van Haarlem hospital. M-. Lytle la in the city to 'M with her. PERSONALS Mr. and Sire. J. Jarrett have return- ed to their home In Medicine tttt after a visit with their daughter, Mrir. Percy Fonter. Mr. W. L. McKenzie la confined to home through illness. Mr. Walt.r Brooks to apeottni a few days in Pincher Creek. Misa Kemmis, daughter of Mr. John Kemraii, II. P.P., of Pincher Crook, is Hou. Charles Stewart was reported tee gueat of Mrs. T. W. Crofts. reeling much brighter OB Wednei- day and improving erery day. But Rev. (Capt.) Denoon is it not expected he will be able to PACE of nload His BriJe Ejcluslro photo of the Earl of Mlnto, son of tie former governor general of Canada, and Miss Marlon Cooko of Montreal, the principals In the hit wedding >whtch took place in Montreal on January at a Community Club dinner at Vuicaii be removed to his home until tonight. Bulletin. nut Miss Peterson, who has been the Major and Mrs. Harrcy Price (nee A DISTINCTIVE COAT OF MOLE- SKIN. Tbere are whan a fur is, to be preferred to any that are fash- ioned of cloth. One of the furs that gnest of her sister, Mrs. A. Audenon. Roberta McAdami) have arrived in itself well to the art of the coat in Bow Island, has returned to the Edmonton from the east and will, maker is iloleskln. So soft and silky shortly go to the Grande Prairie tn's pelt that it is almost as pliable city. Mr. A. B, Is leaving shortly for Ottawa, trict where they will farm. The Edmonton delegates at- tended the Provincial I.O.D.K. meet- as velvet. The accompanying illus- tration reveals a very clever use of this fur. The lower part of ths ivrap ia designed in three tiers and the pelts- C. Fulton of Lethfcridge is among ins held in Lethbridge are loud in are 'arranged in horliontal stylo. The their appreciation of the wonderfully collar affecta tke lines of the cape and generous treatment they received from exceedingly attractive. The belt of j the citizens of that city and especially cord is finished with a cahochon fast- I from the Great War Veterans who dirt ening. A small hat fashioned from of the order, centred by. the Masonic: .emblem, and made by Mr. Schrlvens. Very beautifully .aarecuted programs hung on walla, being the work of ;Miv W; J. Martin. AS usual the Boor In fine shape, and under the cap- of Mf._ R. W. Long' the dancing went with', a awing.' CELEBRATE DIAMOND WEDDING The Masonic orchestra supplied the NEUV YORK. Jan. and Mrs. Jacob Dick of New York will cele- music for the event, and was com- brnte the 75th anniversary of their posed of Brothers L. .p. Wright (lead- wedding Sunday night The couple, both of whom are 95 yean old, and in ASPIRIN "Bayer" only is Genuine so: much to make tiw event an aus- picfona Bulletin. i MlM axrietlne -Smith, superlntend- moleskin completes a delightful mode for cold weather. and Navy Veterans Assn. last evening M. B. BlackfordJ'G. H., David Scott and T. Rn'tledge. At mid- night! a very: bountiful' supper was served, the tables being made beauti- ful with primulas and great credit is due to the ladies of the Eastern Star, j headed Ry Mrs. Crofts, who were in i charge of this part of the program. The reception committee was com- posed of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hayr, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Long, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mc- Kenzie, Mr. and- Mrs. B.. J. Rossiter, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lingard, Miss M. G. Gibson. In addition to those mentioned, others who assisted in various ways were Mrs. T. H. Fleetwood, Mrs. R. W. Long, Mr. W. L. McKenzle. The out-of-town guests included Miss Hem- mis of Pincher Creek, Mr. and Mm. Reid of Commerce, Mr. and Mrs. Rog- ers of Commerce, Mr. and Mrs. Kerr Miss....Belaeth of Coal- good health, were born In Galicia. TWO ROYAL MARRIAGES SOON ent of public health for the at the Mooea kail proved a splendid ers ol Comn reatertne that success. Sixteen tables were filled ol CoaWale, position to take a position on the staff lad prizes were won by Miss Cleaver Idal8' Mr- McD. Davidson, of the University of Areerta, H con- lailady; Mia Patterson, Mr- and nection with their department ot Mr. G. Beaton, 1st gants, and Mr. S. mining. Smith kaa been enaer- Wakeman, consolation. After the drive A .WTf'. Interesting program was tatendent of puMtc health nurses ever an Impromptu dance was staged and Put afternoon at the i tnageu nr.o All veterans are .monthly BweUnz of the Wes- ATHENS, Jan. George of Greece and Princess Eliiabeth of Rumania will be married at Buchar- est between February 10 and Febru- ary 15, according to present plans. King Constantino will be represented by Prince and Princess Nicholas o( Greece, who will leave here Feb. 1. After the ceremony, the royal party accompanied by.Prlncess Marie of Ru- mania, will return to Athens for the marriage of Prince Carol of Rumania and Princess Helene of Greece, which will take place late In February. King Ferdinand of Romania will not attend this ceremony. tho depnrtment et kenlta waa' heartily welcomed at these drives held In. the ladies' parlor, Warning! Take no ckaneee Witt .of church. Following .the reading Lethbridre Lodie No 3D A P by Mrs. Shaw. MUIUIIUBB UUUKB 1MO. dj A. t. Tlarfnn substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tab- lets of Aspirin." Unless yon see the uame "Bayer" on package or on tab- lets you are not getting Aspirin at aD. In every Bayer package are di-. ractions for .Headache, Neural- Kki. Rheumatism, Earache, Tdothache, Liimbago and for 'Pain. Handy It, O SOCIAL EVENT! dance last evening in the Masonic hail, the affair being an unusual SMC- cees, with about If A very delightful social erenlng tin boxes of twelve tablets few I'waa held last evening hi St. Augustin's Masonic colors of blue fpnM aTan uklf ninlr. I h.- v n A _ D1US, rents. Druggists also sell larger pack- ages. Made in Canada. Aspirin it tha trade mark (registered in Can- of Bayer Manufacture of Monti- aeeticaciriester of Satlcylicacid. hall by the Old-fashioned gold. Bunting in these colors hung games and. farmed the main acreea the room and abont the feature of the program. The whist drive held ty the Army form of a hnge shield In the colors j a merfter- ng' give Je winners. Don't forget when you "a ta "nt a -__.iu have writ- ten your thanks or to ajinreciation of the i fitt. If hatb ieceived merely Chrlstnua car4 It htvlng received It Dont forfet when yon household whero you tcrtalned U-atek oot tke to thank her her kooii _ ___ lienou aeeei to few tknt tkey wM Tea art) luive er ueaed te U they tell their hoetees atmct tiey have enjored tkeauehrea. far more to err It tke led show teo UUkt too mock. If you kave eaterUIied__________ forget that you ikeuld tkack any ef your gneets wko have played the piano or or oUetwtee added to tke entertainment of other gvetta. Don't that It KM tke CH- tom amotif well-bred to eoncen themselvei about the retan Booe ef luests after dark. uwtanoe a hutband ekraM nuke fceolrlei eon- to et rlee are kwckt li Ween cbeeee a tew rmts ud eM t Mnn tnraaojn eaek rtBf. et eoM watef cerning the return of kls wife. at any women If two er more wkM. Mdif to IM oven It win never bunt ea tke tot- Lit water run lew mtaittee before nllrng tlu fettle to UM man- Ing, u the water la the BOP wadoaoau. Pour vlnenr frwh has been accidentally spilled. It cnm be wiped with a aeft cletk. If paint or varnlak Is itgek on a wlidow, dip a cloth In vlnecar and it remove ahnoet iBitantly, can be Bade proof against by dipping them m very not melted paraflne. To remove from Knen wet the part tuined and lay on it some salt mature women are lenvinc together of wormwood; then rue without dilate he need not liulit on eecortrae them, ing It. flowever, If a wonun leevei ajene af- ter dark ke should at leaM Insist m escorting ker to tke car trein that takes kerne. noil ribboned lettuce qalckly and garnish with powdend.egc yolk and slices of wkRe Arrange sanjage around momd of maahed potatoes 'ud nrnlih wltk orussels sprouta. Just before serving M. omelet poor iver it pimentoi of canned peas In a Team sauce. Bread should never be wrapped in a cloth, ai the cloth absorbs moisture and Impart! an unpleaaaat taste. Keep nuts cold to prevent their bo- oming rancid. Soak nnts in eatt water overnight and use hammer on ends. The meatt ome out whole. In boiling rice, it is well to plan o have some left over. With an egg, milk or a little fruit Juice added it will make a delicious pudding; or it nay be made into croquettes or cream Waab cnrtains thoroughly In hoi tail and wring wit water with Rinse in blue water and again. Alwayt UM hands. Next wrlnc through itarek. Shaltt wall and stretch. Pin Oat on a clean and leave to dry on ot t sel- dom nied room. Leave till Marly dry and treu with a not Iron, then they are nady for It tkay ktuit; rather damp tfcay 017 ki atralght folds. New York Physician CUirm Phovphftte Ditcorcrad By Frencli ScientUt It to -L.t tnow who art wmk, MTV- cm. anaemic or ran-down, take a nafc. nral, ondnlttmted mlxtancs rack Bltro-PhoapnaU an4 will aw Mtonlihing ranlta m te- creaw of nerre enrnrr, itmigtk at body and mind and power ot nayn Or. JoMpk IlirrljUL Higinbotham and Co. or any good uulit will aupply the Bitro- Phoaphate at naranablo tisement. Drugs and Stationery We will be In a position to supply your wants in the above lines February 2, being located in the store vacated by Bender, the Jeweler. The Husband Drug while on the east side of the room was a handsome piece of work in the TOMDBBOW and MONDAY Last Days of Our AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY EVERY ARTICLE WILL BE PUT UP. We must vacate pa Tuesday, when it will be occupied by the Husband Drug Co. Sales Saturday at 2.30 and 7 Monday at 2.30 Frank Waddington it the Auctioneer BENDER'S Mr; -M ,'The annjial 'meetins o! the 'Local Council of Women ...yill be- held at 8 o'chipli tonight in St. Augustin's hair! Every, afflllatea .society is asked to-i see that. all delegates are. present. A shower orbooks will be 'held for tbe Isolation hospital. ,AIl women of the city are invited to tola' meeting. i A sacred concert fa being given In the United Church, North Lethbridge, on. Sunday night at the dose o' the evening -service. A yerr rich pro- gram has been provided. Af the meeting of the A. T, P. A. held last evening In St. Angnstln's ball, plans were made for a whist drive and bridge to be held after Lent la over: The January monthly recital will be held on Saturday afternoon of this wbek at 2 o'clock at the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. I Owing fo the SlkokotoM Chapter, I. O. D. B. dance on February 7th, the regular monthly meeting of the Muni- cipal Chapter I. 0. D. B. will be held Monday, January 31, at 8 o'clock in the triangle room ft the Y.M.C.A. A full attendance is roqueste'd as a pro tern mnst be appointed owing to the illness of Mrs. Hobson Another pleasurable event at the be- ginning of the week is the dance be- ing given by the O.W.V.A. on Monday in their hall. A large crowd is an- ticipated at this popular dance. Invitations have been Issued for the St. Valentine's dance which Is being given by the Slkokotokl Chapter I.O. D.EJ. In the Masonic Hall, February 7th. It is absolutely imperative that these cards bo presented at the door, therefore those dosiring invitations asked to advise-some member of :e cvmmittoe. As the number ot in- vitations is limited it would perhaps be as well to do this at once. Com- mittee: Mrs. Startles, Misses L. Wood A. O'Hagan, J. Murray, A. Bawden M Simpson. H. McKlllop and L. Bentley' i All High school students, whether I :hey have received an Invitation or i not, are invited to present at the Senior Lit dance in Central school tonight at 8.30. Invitations have lienii issued for the I 31ue Bird dance Kiven by the Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O.D.B. on Thurs- day, February 3nl. Anyone whose lame may be overlooked from the list ind Desirous of receiving an invita- same by phoning Mrs G. phone 618.. Half of the iroceeds of this (lance 'will' bo given o the Navy League. Disk' towels too worn to'mend fold- ed IB a square stitched around, then rom corner to corner, make good SALE BAWDEN BROTHERS Extra Specials for Last 2 Days BAWDEN BROTHERS Two More Days-SATURDAY and More Days of time prevents our giving any more than partial list; the below will gwe you an idea of the savings to be effected in all Ivory Bedroom Suite Dresser, Dressing Table, Bed, Hocker, anil Bench. Reg. Walnut Bedroom Suites Walnut Dining- Room Suite Nine Biteiukw Table, Cabinet, all Diceri. Regular Jtnu- Each mite consists of five Dressing Table, Bed, Rocker, and Bench. Regular Janu- Regular Janu- Regular Janu- S, Very special on some odd for the bedroom. IF YOU ARC THINKING OF FURNITURE OK CAR- PETS, NO MATTER WHE- THER IT II FOR A WHOLE HOUSE OR JUST AN ODD PIECE, YOU WILL WELL ADVISED TO GET IT NOW. TUESDAY MORN.. ING WILL BE TOO LATE' AS THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY UNTIL 1 P.M. MONDAY. Golden Oak Suite light Exten- sion Table, and aix Otaln. Regular Janu- Brass Beds White Enamel Beds, coil springs, mattresses, at big reductions. Carpets and Nine Extentkm Table, China Cabiiet, aid tat ot aix Chain. Regular Janu- Odd sets of Diners, China Cabinets, sion Tables at generous reductions. ALL PURCHASES 8TOR- ED FREE UNTIL REQUIR- ED. Get your spring re- quirements now at these special prices. Every- thing reduced. Crockery CUM end Saucers, doa., M.Tf Soup each. Ane1 i. toit of other edit ts at squally low ;