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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta .UNIJAHY 20, VJ21 THE LRTHRRinPR WIILY PAGE MILADI Daily Fashion THI BUSINESS OF LIFE O !Tit for all weathers a man maat be! Who ahlrks from the pelting rale, And forever of sunoy skiwt, shall and he has dreameil In vain; v -t SOCIAL For all must trudge through tho storms of lily tu the goals that they would attain. stand you .staunch nt your post at lifo, keep' faith when your joys haver gone, In spite of the hurt and tjie' waste and that you ..wake., to look In spite ot all tUm the fates may send must carry on: t PERSONALS Mr. A. Raworth of Craubrook spent a few days in tlio city this week witli Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haworth. Mrs. Robert Nlmmons returned this afternoon after a short visit wltu her son :iSd daughter-in-law in Oranum. Friends of Mrs. William Scott, (Sr.) will regret to hear that she Is ill. She was slightly improved thia' afternoon. Mrs. Salmon, who lias been the guest of Mrs. A. 0. Raworth has left Ior her homo In Nelson. Mr. J. McD. Dav'.dson has returned to his home in Cealdale after a short viblt in Lcthbrldgesdnd -Calgary. Mrs. E. D. Benson of. Canary visitor at tlio "home Wilson. Mr. Gilford Horspool who has been :the guest of his mother, Mrs. Hcrs- pool. for n few days, is''freturning to Eeebeip Rev. F. W. Dafoie has returned from Edmonton where he attended the Union meeting of the Western Bap- tists held on Wednesday and Thurs- this 'WBek. Mr. G. H. Martin of Maymoitt, 8a> katchewan, is visiting with his brother. B. B. Martin, for the next few weeks. Mra; J. E. Luvering returned yeater- day from a visit to Raymond where she was the guest of Mrs. (Dr.) Green, way. a a- J. W. Reid, mayor of Bow Island, is spending the week-end in Leth- bridgo. Mrs. T. L. Xeish and baby, Jean Pauline, have arrived from eastern Saskatchewan, on a visit to their parents and grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Oeogbegan. Mr. Chas. Leuhr, of Taber, Is. spend- ing the day visit-ins friends' 'In the city prior to leaving for a four months' holiday in Honolulu: A pleasant incident in the meeting of the National I.O.D.E. Executive held this month was the presenta- tion of a life membership to Miss the national president, and Mrs. Graham Times. Quo of the novel evtnts of Ike sea- son is tho Moccasin Dance being held I tonight at the-L.A.A.A. rink, when I both skaters and dancers will trip the light fantastic with the Ice as a floor, and the iky as a canopy. Moc- caulo.is will be "the-footwear in vogue, 'while a full piece orchestra will.Cur- tiish the music. I The lecond -of the ierles of Whist drives, aud dunces given, the Ka-iajhU of -'on .Wolittfcday j evening. Twenty-seven tables of wniit were played, 'the -prize winnoro bolcg: Ladles'-first, Mrs.-f. Hedley: Mrs. M. Jo'hnGon; consola- tion Miss B: 'M. -Robertson; Gent's Srst, V.' Hedley.; second, Ci -T. Swift; consolation. E. A. Sisson. At the clone ol tliii whist 1 Were after whlcli dancing WW till two o'clock. t A transformed auditorium at Cen- tral school mot ton ol guests i who assembled there last evening at one of the moat charming informal dances of the season, when the Sen- i ior Lit of the High School entertain- tha ex-High School students, their friends, and the .present students. The hall was most beautifully decorated, and '.too much credit cannot' be given the young people who worked so Mard and so successfully at this part of program, Which was in charge of Bowman. Thd auditorium was (decorated in a color scheme of red, j white and blue, which adorned the .walls, with graceful streamers and potted plants. The High School j colors, blue and white, were also used lift the decorations. The orchestra stand was turned into a delightful bower with Its potted plants and flags, lartiltic programs .completed the while shaded lights cast a warnvajtow over the whole scene. About eighty were present, many of whom were ex-High School .pleased with this op- portunity .of renewing old friendships. A 'dellajoui buffet lunch was serv- ed '-on tne second floor, t he be- Fire Chief Gorman, Gait, has receiv- ed an increase in salary of and tne firemen a year. flowers in shades of pink. At mldt night a gay touch completed the novelty of the evening, when confetti was thrown. Tho patronesses for the event were Superintendent and Hodcson. and the High .-School staff and their wives. The Blue or- cbeatra supplied the music. The students are to be highly com-' plimented upon the tremendous sne- cess of the evening which was plan- ned and managed by the executive ot the Senior Lit society and the Lot the High School'who carried out all arrangements themselvei. The executive consists of Mary Oatlundi, Lloyd Dunham, Alberta Hurnar and Paddy Bowman. t CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES On Tuesday ulghMhe C. P. R. Social and Athletic Club 13 folding another of Its attractive dances In the Mas- onic hall. The'Lyceum committee holding an'other'of Its' popular dances on "Wed- nesday evening next in the Masonic hall. This la the third dance of the series. Invitations may be. obtained from H. W. Meeeh, D.'H. Elton, A. G. Baalim, D. -Harris, O B. Edgett, The Art Needlework CraTS will meet at the home of Mrs. p. S. Williamson, 530 6th Street sontbi on Monday. a The annual meeting of toe Trav- ANOTHER VERSION OF THE COAT FROCK. Perhaps no other, mode has met with so much appreciation In recent masons as has the.coat dreu. In thla model black velvet Is combined with a training ot white angora. -The effeot is exceptionally smart. The coat flaraa prettily at the sides, and the lonj, tight sleeves are finished with a nar- row band orangora. ThiA trimming distinguishes the front of the The high collar reveals' another of fashion's trends. tfilvet hat adds to the ttf-this cri- ation. Of course, touches ot color fp tha guise of flowers are often Intre- duced on such hats and are most pic- turesque. Alii! wilT be held at 8 o'clock on Monday evening at the of-Mrtjk D. 'A. Streit -All members are revested to be present. The regular meeting of the History and Current Events department of the MatheaU club will be held on Thurs- day afternoon, Instead of Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. John Brodle, 648 llth St.-.sonth. will kindly note the change ot date. a of Beginners and Primary children of school reminded -that the .Sunday session Js at 12 o'clock Instead of 11.10. .Owing the SlkokotoW Chapter, I.O.D.E. ,dance OIL February 7th, the regular monthly meeting of the Muni- cipal Chapter I. O. D. E. will be held Monday, January H. 8 o'clock In the triangle roqm of'the Y. M. C. A. A full attendance Is requested as a treasurer pro ten? must be appointed owing to the illness of Mrs. Rohson.( W. M. 3. OF PRESBVTERIAU HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING sins moreflcsK -formti matter tto beef." Bakers is for robust man and all who ramt have a dea ;of tissue building material to repair the waste caused byphysical c tf fV UW> pure and wholesome, and is. mapz Q> a perfect ffiechanical process, wtthon vn ov. the exquisite flavor, color of the cocoa b "Walter Baker Co, Ltd. MONTMAL, CANM1A. DORCHterEH MAM, ttOOKLUT OP CIIOKI lUECIPSa SEMI The following Is the program fi the ninth -annual '--meetlnB of ti. -Women's Missionary society of Mac- leod Preabyterlal at Knox church next Tuesday: Morning 10 a.m. Hymn 74. .Prayer, Mrs. McKillop. Roll Call. Auiillary Reports: Cole- man, Cowley, Knox of Lethbrldge, Macleod, New Dayton. Plhchor CreeK, Taber, Wrentham. Secret- ary's Report, Mm. Griffith. Supply Secretary's Report, Mrs. W. A. Gordon. Mission Band Report, Mrs. A. H. De- noon. Literature Report, Mra. Me- McLeod. Straneers Report, Mrs. Ber.- tles. Home Helpers' Report, Mrs. Bryan. Business, Prayer, Miss Me- Leay. Afternoon Section 3 p.m. Hymn 322. Bible reading. Mrs. Hla> inbotham.. Prayer, Mrs. McLean. Mia- utes of. Last Annual Meeting. Mln'- nfes of Morning Session. President's Address. Corresliondlng: Secretary's Hoport, Mrs. Stewart. Treasurer's Re- port, Mra. Ptaher. -Mission Bank Eief- clse, conducted by Mrs. Denoon. Papers, Mrs. Allan. Solo. Report of Nominating Comtrittoe. Offering. Paper, Intercessory f'rayer, Mrs. Cnnk- berland. Hymn 571. Closiag. prayer, Mrs. :Bryan. At six o'clock supper .be to all delegates, 'Presby- tery, hostesses, and to all ineittibers of. the Missionary Society. The evening session will bo conduct- ed by members ot Presbytery at eight p.m. CANES FASHiONAtLE 4 4 t ________of five wqtnen seen watt Ing in Nice, iiqnte carry slick" or Tie range tke plum akick wltb ttkther thong.favored- by .bilpcrs Ink the expensive w.Hh carved Curlouslf enough it comee front .'the Rtuslaij refugees. It the Ikte'n.t fashion among the (fandest dames of Petrol grad. whwirc !t raachiid the via Constantinople. While usually hetghtenng- the aV ready somewhat masculine appearance' of many athletic young woolen, the cane, especially If of the Ivory handle type. some users to adopt a rising palt remi-Sewrt of Ifteentk ctntorr t UiLform Dress LC. of W. Advice Ask Affiliated to Act- Ban Powder tad Palat Too Annual Mtctlng LUE RIBBON TEA HAS A GOOD WAR RECORD T It was the only In the that tfld net advance Its in 1814, and. not- withstanding ombargotts, submarlnlne and scarcity of tonnage, BLUE RIBBON TEA of Standard Quality was kept constantly on sala in every store In Western Canada during the war. i U Now that conditions art normal, quality of BLUE RIBBON TEA is better than over. TRY IT. TJnlfarnu for High school girls would be "the according to the concensus of opinion expressed by tha members of the bocul Council of Wo- men at their annual meeting held last evening In St. Aagustln's hall. Reports given (bowed a most suc- cessful year for the Council. The opinions -einfessed on the dress question were all along the same trend. Mrs. Starnes thought that It would be wise, from a thrift view- point, denlerlng costly, georgotto and ccepe .wJUch aro terribly ettt ot place, also thought that the powder., and paint used, by the young thair .good were ''worse.' 'Mrs. Mc- Kllloiv.wjLilied .that, the matter had been Introduced ten years ago, 'am) thought that it would' drive' many foolish ideas out of their heads that might be by better things. advocated It only for the High school as a commencement. Mrs. Stafford thought that a uniform con silting-of-'middy and skirt--would be an weellent plan, and no silk stock- ln blg communlty WBrk. Every' alcohol or ammonia. irtS'" siv'thonrtt who can do so is asked cold water; to 'h0-'n Short Count i calf water; soap and a pajr ta her The matter of arrangements for the'cold water; alcohol; 'or a bleaching Prineen Mary, onrf King George and Queen Mary billeting and entertainment of the agent soldier farmers' wives while here Grease and French for ten days, February 13th to 26th, blotting paper, or other absorbent; Uand, Is reported engaged' tlu' Kai occupied a large part of tho meeting, or warm water and soap; or of Dalketth, oldest son of tke Duki It was. realized very clearly that It benitne, or carbon lot Bnccleagh. The earl a eaptail was up to every citizen to warm water and In Grenadier He will bi come one ot the wealthiest of BrKlal. than an dukee when he succeeds hia tatkwi c accomroodate. She will be who could; not afford to dress to give bed and breajdast for likewise felt very hurt at not being able to do so. Such clothing Is not In keeping with school days; while the use of powder and paint Is ruining many pretty complexions. Mrs. Por- ster agreed with the Idea, also Mrs. W. P. Craig and Mrs. Dowsley who thought, too, that there was much im- modesty In dress. It was decided to send the resolution back to the vari- ous societies for their endorsatlon. Address 'Preceding the 'business the presi- dent, Miss Bowden, thanked the mem- bers for the loyal-support during'the year and told of the work and aims ot! the sug- gestions for -the coming year. Tho laws committee will work this year to arouse the of- tne women Iri public matters, to Inform them, hopinj .that sooiB- may stand for' nloc- tton'to., sittabJe boards. In regard to objectionable printed there: uMlghtly boards? said Mtos but much could bo advertisements of picture their suggel- tivenessi' in the iMblic press. In edu- catlonaliwork she suggested the list- Inr of children's books and films suit- able-tor. children'to attend, and that efforts be :toward securing suit; able-films-- for.-'UiGinc- She also sug- gested the -formation of a parent teacaers' association. In matters of public- health, theiMlllt Station lias been a decided aicceGs, 'and. -the evi- dence of proved that It .was much appreciated. The S.. Jdhn Ambulance Brigade has also been-active during tho- year. The Council should -cooperate with the Board of Healtl th seeing-that quai- anttne regulations'rwere carried oul. It is hoped to have a better-babies' contest this and the suggestion of Chief rHardy for a caretaker to" Henderson Park -Hiotild be followed up. A clean-up week on Arbor Day would be ah 'excellent -thing. Tho Ml -flrst'ot the-jnewJdntles wilt be-' the amnge-' its for the short course' scnool for" soldiers' wives being Held' here short- Secratary and :An excellent 'annual report WM then -readr.hy 'the 'secre'tary, Mrs. Hoi- man, which will appear In a issue. The treasurer's -report, Mrs..Crate, showed- total receipts of with a balance of 165.56. Education Mrs. D. A. Taylor gave her report on education, showing a very suc- cessful year's work: Two supervised Playgrounds hava been established. Hardloville and Oalbralth i schools were vlalted, the need for Boy Scout 'work has been gone Into; plans have been completed for a story hour, and literature a ranged for.the Isolation hoipltol. Immigration ten days to the delegate. The churched will be asked to pro- vide lunches and suppers Ior them, and entertainment will be provided for them in the evening. Every so- ciety In the city Is being asked to as- sist, also the Board ot and other men's clubs will be asked for donations towards the expenses in connection with this meeting. Every citlien in Lethbrldge Is ask- ed to turn in whole to help in this big work. All the officers of tha Local Council were returned by acclamation as fol- lows: President, Miss Bawden; first vice-president, Mrs. Alex Smith; sec- ond vice-president, Mrs. D. A. Taylor; secretary, Mrs. Holman; correspond- ing secretary, Leech; treasurer, Mrs.'Craig; rconveoers: of standing committees: Laws, Mrs: Stoltse; taxa- tion, Mrs. Ball; education, Mrs. Tree- holme Dtckson; household economies, Mrs. Davidson: mental hygiene, Mrs; Rivers; printed matter, Mrs.-Porter; immigration, Mtas Cam- eron; child welfare, Miss Tilley; citizenship, Mrs. Dowsley. :Mlss Cameron gave the report on wnter: soaP Immi.srration, stating that of the 2') staron paste, amisranu that moat, of them were wives of returned men who had TO REMOVE STAINS One of the'most important Is to apply the stain remover while the stain Is still fresh. Drying, ex- posure -to air, washing, and ironing, all make It harder to remove the stain. The nature of the stain sboiild be known If possble before Its removal Is attempted, since this the treatment to be adopted. An un- suitable stain remover may "set" the so Its removal become difficult or even impossible. The kind of fabric on which the stain occurs also should, be known, for the methods of treatment much on the nature, color, weave, finish and weight of the fabric. Do not .use strong acids on cotton, and even diluted ones should be neutral- ized afterward with a suitable alkali as it weakens the fabric. After any reagent rinse the fabric Do not use very hot water on wool or silk. Rubbing, also must be avoided with these fabrics. Both, woo] and silk are dissolved by strong alkalis; borax or weak solution of ammonia Is more suitable. Acids, with the exception of nitric, do not attack silk and wool readily. With colored materials avoid use of a bleaching agent which will destroy the color of the material. Because ot thll It Is much more difficult to remove stains from colored materials than from white. Blood and .meat cold gone to England, to Join their. 1ms- -while 11- had come here to majry soldiers. Nearly all the ques- tionnaires .that had been .sent had been fiUed out. Tho following socle- ties arn, contributing to the Travel- lers'. Aid: Women's Civic Club, Sir Aleiindeiv.Oalt Chapter, Major Jack and cold water; or boiling-'water. Chocolate and borax v. His sister, Lady Margaret oxalic acid; bridesmaid at the and cold water bleach If necessary. warm water and soap. Lampblack and kerosene, benzine, chloroform, ether, gasoline or' carbon tetraehloride. fresh, use cold water; otherwise try to .bleach with Javelle Ross' Chapter, Slkokolokt. --Chapter water potassium permanganate. Knox Ladles' Aid, Wealey Ladles' 'Paint-and varnish Use alcohol, AI4. St. .Augustiii's P.. Sf John's carbon tetraehloride, chloroform or Ambulance association, Central W. c, T-. .U, W. C. The .W. C. .T. U. reported that four contests had been held In the past year, for bovs and girls; cash turpentine. Perspiration water; bleach Use soap -and warm In the sun, or with Javello water or potassium perman- ganate. Pitch, tar and wheel prizes were being offered In Grades with fat; then'use soap and warm 6, 7 and 8 for essay contests on "Why water; or benzine, gasoline or car- bon tetrachlnrlde. Bleach in the sunshine or with Javelle .water. I do not Use cigarettes." The Travel lers' Aid had been assisted through the' use of wrappers and coupons to the W.C.T.U.] Shoe, polish soap and had assisted in the canvaas for the water; or turpentine. referendum, and were helping to keep ifioclal service worker in the Ruthen iaii'district. A resolution brought up to the effect that women have equal representation with men on .hoards or commissions where the ot, women and cbitdren 'Is concerned. was. not dla- cussed, hut will ha handed .on to the various societies for discussion. 'A-letfAr; was rekd .from .Aleit mfflh iWhn In- thi'-TJT____ Smith, who is Syrup ;Use water. Stove Use cold water and soap; or kerosene, benilne, or gaso- line. TJse keroetne or turpen- tine. Steam or sponge the en- tire surface of water-spotted ma- Wax Scrape off as mnch as .pos- sible. Use paper or e f rencn cnaiK, blotting la.Hanna, paper or other absorbent with a nskln'e; 'that. rBsignatlori as vice-i warm Iron; or-line bnniine or gaso- president, be accejned, as would line. If color remains, use alcohol or bij for some ttnwrfit, o'ji aeco'nnt bleach. of wic '-Jolt' OittJ' "'Mrs'. Coffee anil tea boiling Smith's1 services were'.tpo valuable to water; bleach if necessary. acid; salts of lemon; or lemon juice and salt. Queen Marie, of Rumania lies In bed mornings and writes fairy tales, novels and plays before she hai breakfast. She says her brain works better before she eats. Mrs. Vincent Astor only a halt doien evening towns and a half doien street dresses. She couid afford la spend on clothea, bat rarely buys a dren that totts as much as WOO. T Miss M. BoharttM Okla- homa, the only woman elected ''to the new Ur S. down't believe ding In Montreal wwt The. HouaekeepsrV Association, Its meeting; in Calfarjr np a vigorous protest agalmt tax, claiming that H wfll vwfc ,1 hardship on all Inootta are already "inrafflclmt ta maUfaM i proper standard of living. FROM WHIIL TO HOlrtI HOMELMt for' pal Mngers are being taken from the ferrls wheel here and to of France when they'will bangalMra'to pro ride lor art r just big enourt to' dunlnutlvt home containing Bring a kitchen; The H-'DMng ed after 'having been ot slgfctl' ra silk utockhus. Whafa of Paris for many'yearaj'' It is packed to please and serves its misston "SALADA I! is used in millions of teapots daily. Send ua a poatal tor a tree aanplet Pieaac state the price yon now wayand whetker BUck, Greemor AUxe4 Nothing Else is Aspirin Warning! Unless you see the name on tablets, you are not getting Aspirin at all. Accept only, an 'hmbroken. packageV of ''Bayer Tablets of. which contains, directions and dosfr worked- fflit: by physicians durirtj years and proVed safe miUioris for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Colds, Rheumatism, i Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Made In Canada Eandj tin at 12 UUita cott but a ttw AntlHn thii mtrk la of ManuftetviVef ttcctlcaclduter ol Whtu It la wall that Aaplrlii Btrtr raanuMelurt, to aaalft tha nb1l9 Bvalnat Ttbleta Bayar will ba Jumped with trula mftrk, "Barar moved that her reslg- be not accepted1 bat tho offlco left open til! her return; A'second Mrs. faylor, was Cream and cold water, i then. iwnn and cold water. cold water. Fruit, and fruit boiling I biMcb if i Drugs and Stationery We will be in position to supply your wants in the HrreB'Pefai'uary being ftoMftf ift the vacated by the Jewell -T The Husband Drug Co. f ;