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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAU TUESDAY. MARCH 1. 1Wt PAGE MILADI Daily Fashion >J MARCH "Who sings ot March, must sins the mad, [.one msnmt-arms, the er clad In motley, white and Who, In the wake ot winter's flight Turns now to caper, now to fight- Half half clown." A. Daly. 1 If 4 NOT RECEIVING Mrs. M. Young will not receive to- morrow. Jlrs. Ernest W. Rose. 637, lith St.. will not receive tomorrow. 4 PERSONALS V lire. Fred II. Smith is lea.ving for lidmontou because of illness in her family there. Mrs. .Uuhrif; Skumlbert, who has been obtaining medical treatmedt in Lethbridge for the last three weeks is no News. Mr. James Palmer, of Grassy Lake, is a visitor with Mr. imrt Mrs. Cocq. P. L. NaismllU left Calgary on Sun- day night tor California, where will spend the next few weeks. Fi-aser oE l.acombo was week-end visitor with the Misses McLcay en route to her home after a visit in thi. east. Mr. Bert Moor Is leaving tomorrow, for a trip to the Old Country. Premier Charles Stewart made his first .appearance in the House at Ed- monton Monday uftcribis recent ill- ness: 11. 0, dikes- Mrs. Moore left im luls orninn's for points east. SOCIAL EVENTS A very pleasant social afternoon wus held yesterday at the home of Mrs. W. A. Sinclair, whan tho mem- bers ot the G.I.A. met for their month- ly meeting. The affair took tho form j ot a handkerchief shower, many pretty donations being made. The rooms were prettily decorated with primulas, Mrs. McLeod and Mrs. Wall- work assisting the hostess. Mrs. Fred James gave several ueiichtful musical selections. Mrs. T. E. Yuill entertained a num- ber of friends at a very enjoyable card party last evening, in honor of her Mrs. E. J. 3ehl, of Leth- bridge, and Miss H.' Knutsvick, of MOOSB Albertan. The Loyal Adults Class of the Chris- tian church held their monthly busi- ness meeting at the home of Mrs. Dunsworth last evening followed by hour of social enjoyment. A good number ot members were in attend- ance and the evening was thorough- ly enjoyed by all present. The Ladies' Society to the B. ot L. F. ind E. last night held their card party, basket social and dance, which waf a splendid success in every way, Mrs. Maud B. Moore, grand past pro sident of the Ladies' the guest of honor. Society, being The evening was opened with cards, there being about twenty-five tables. The ladles' first, priie was awarded to Mrs. Harvard, and the consola- I tion to Mrs. H. Parsons. The wfti- ner of the gents' first was Mr. 'F. Locker, and of the consolation, Mr. C. Little. After the cards Bro. H. Chapman made a -very able auctioneer in disposing ot the baskets which were most tastefully decorated. After- wards the eompany sal down to en- joy the good things which the baskets contained, followed by dancing. Those assisting were Mrs. H .Chapman, Mrs. N. McElroy and Mrs. D. Horne. Mrs. Ernest Macleod. W. Hose is a visitor in J. S. Stewart has returned to Edmonton afler spending the week- end at his home in the city Mrs. and daughter have relumed to Milk River after a visit in Ocaldale. i V1. Mrs. Mart McMahon left today for1 Grand Porks, North Dakota, having been .called there by the serious ill- ness of her mother. t i: Mrs. Porter of Medicine Hat. who spent the week-end with her bisters, 1he Misses McLeay. has returned to her home. Mrs. H. Proudley of Coaldale is III in the Van Haarlem hospital, having undergone a serious operation. 3 Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Pair are leav- ing today to spend a. few days in Calgary. Mrs. Maude K. Moore of Macleod, Grand Past president and Editress of the magazine of ihe Ladies' Society to Ihe B. ot L. li and E. while in in vvms the guest of Mrs. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES At. the regular meeting of the Muni- cipal Chapter I.O.D.E. held last eve- ning in the Y.M.C.A. nominations for officers took place. The election -will take place in a month's, 0 The Military Chapter, LO.O.E. pose, to hold the fifth ivrij last ot- the series ot whist drives which -this chapter has been running during the winter. Prizes will be given as usual for tha highest score for the and at an early date a whist drive will' he held and the prizes for the lady and gentleman with the highest aggregate score for the series, will be awarded besides the usual prises for the evning's highest scores. A dance under the auspices of the Lethbridge City Pipe Band will be held in Burgman's hall on Thursday "So refreshing- it's FRY'S JEWELS SPARKLE ON THIS SATIN NEGLIGEE Loops have attained wonderful pop- ularity in women's dress of And it is evident there are still rainy ways in which they may be turned to good Advantage on feminine creations. This delightful origination has a founda- tion ot white satin. The bodice is real- lyjust two big on thq. front and the other ou the.back. They arej attached to a narrow binding of tin that makes a pretty neckline. They are richly studded with spark- ling gems. The skirt is made of sev- eral loops weighted at the foot with semi-precious jewels. A sash is 16op- ed around the waist, while loops of the satin form apologies for sleeves. 13, out of a membership of 3C. Three meetings were adjourned owing to lack of quorum. At first considerable interest was shown in the alms and efforts of the Aid to help the hospital.' Our funds were raised through two dances, one on April just after Enster, and October 3. The Aid received two very generous donations of each from the local branch ot the Red Cross So- ciety through the Hon. Treas., Mrs. J. Norman 'Ritchie. Those donation H very materially heiped thelAid as the many calls for aid fnyn 'the' hospital Vo'i-e legion, and greatly, did the Ladies' Aid regret their inability to supply all that was requested. A buying committee was appoint- evening. Tickets can members of the band. be had from HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED Pianos and Player- Pianoi Victrolaj, Sonoru and Brunswick Phonograph Victor Records Music Rolls Phone or write tor catalogue. 403 5th St. S. Lethbridge. PHONE 582. H. LADIES' AID HOLD ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Gait Hospital Ladies' Aid was held in'the i Y.M.C.A. yesterday afternoon with an I attendance of twelve, the president, Mrs. Pennefatlier in the chair. After some discussion regarding the poor attendance at the meetings, tho election of officers was deferred until a later date, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Bryans being appointed a nomi- nating committee. The following reports were given Secretary's Report During the year 11 meetings were called, 10 regular and 1 special. 7 re- gular meetings were held and 1 spe- cial with an average attendance Old. faded skirts, waists, coats, sweaters. draperies. everything, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton, or mixed goods, can be dyed any rich fadeless color .with Diamond Dyes Buy no other ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR ed, Mesdames Henderson, J. S. and- Latterly, Never were those ladies too busy -to fulfil their .office, no matter how often they were called upon. Likewise a visiting com- mittee wts appointed. This was com- posed of sir ladies, with Mrs. Charles McKillop as'director. These ladies visited the hospital regularly every month, two ladles taking it in turn, and only when the hospital in quarantine did.they mias. Tho may be said of the visiting commit-1 tee, their faithfulness never diminish- j ed, and to those two committees very: many thanks :-'re due. A few of the articles sent to the: hospital are kimonas for women, Id-; monas for children, bath men, slippers, bed linen, muslin; for curtains, an electric plate, 4 electric fans, dishes for private ward, trays, sewing machine, subscriptions to magazines, to the amount of J25.00 i for one year, S magazines in all. Also I a hammock, and 1 bolt of mlielin for the Nurses' Home. Donations of fruit and candy, etc. were sent for Easter and Christmas. The Aid also, AFTER a trying day in the stores or at your teaching or your other duties just sip a cup of FRY'S COCOA. 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 'S" Shnplifii ication of Alberta's Course of Studies Absolutely Necessary, Says Hon G, P. Smith 0- Outlines to Curriculum Com- mittee What He.Hopes Will Be Accomplished ivhich pareniH were required to ie. as a financial relief to offset igary, principal Sunalta school; H. A. I Malcolm, Innisfail, rural school trus- tee; A. Hamilton, Lethbridge. school trustee and member of execu- tive of trustees association; J. T. J. Colllsson, Edmonton, member National I Council of Education; J. B. Wodelt, Calgary, editor Farm Edfton of Cal- gary Herald; John Howey, Edmonton, editor Edmonton Bulletin; Dr. A. M. Calgary, editor Farm Edition of Cal- gary schools; John HiiMsell, Cam- rose, inspector of schools; J. A. Va.1- iquette. Calgary, president, associated boards of trade. TIP FOR HON. MR. BOYLE SPRINGFIELD, Ohio. Common pleas Judge Geigor has promised wo- men members of the jury he will havi; u curtain along the front of the jury at least waist high. They had requested the court to arrange it so litigants and attorneys might give their undivided attention to cases be- fore- the court. IS MATCHLESS FOR llnanced the graduation exercises at the Oalt Hospital in August. Through the1 efforts ot the Aid St. Augustin's church vestry'donated 3 seats for the use of visitors to the hospital while waiting for admittance to the wards where their friends are ill. The dance given In the beginning of October was for the purchase OH an operating table, the nett receipts to go towards the purchase. was realized. I would like to add the very sin- cere thanks of the Aid to the Y.M.C.A. for their courtesy in. extending ac- commodation for our meetings. Respectfully submitted. Isabel Starnee. Hon. Secretary CI.H.L. Aid. Treasurer's Report The treasurer's report, given by Mrs. Kellogg showed Total receipts Total expenditures Balance ................J267.61 In addition In tills balance there is tho sum ot in the savings account to be used for purchasing operating table. Mrs. McKillop reported regular visits to the public during the B i early months, and week-end doan- 3 tions fresh fruit during the summer 1 mouths. i Special 1n Herald) T5DMONTOX, March 1. Tho com- mittee of fifteen selected from parts of the province to revise books, w! purchase. the tremendous increase In the cost of books. Wants a Practical Course I The Minister urged the committee j t0 try t0 ivork out a practical-course that 'wonl'd encourage thorough work all !im[ the development habits of in- the i dustry no matter what material had course of studies for elementary to jjc He also urged schools, met in the parliament build-' strongly that the committee should] imjti in. the office of the Deputy Min-Uggp mjmi that the fundamental is'ter of Education this morning. The purposo of education. was the develop- chairman ot the conference. Mr. of character and proper attitude Fred McNaly, presided -.and called up- towards society and towarl constitut- or! Hon. Qeo. P. Smith. Minister of ea authority, and good citizenship gen- Education, to ma'.ce the opening marks. ,.w.....___ Mr. Smith said that the revision of'would give opportunity of more rapid the public school course waa one ot advancement to gifted pupils and urg the first things to ensnare his alien- ,hiu the course should be BREAD AND PASTRY TO EXPLORE SPITSBERGEN OXFORD. Ens.. Jan. (By Hail) University Is organizing .in ilion to Spitsbergen to start ear- ly this year for the purpose of male- ing geographical discoveries oil sev- eral of the highest peaks which have- not yet been climbed. Tho Evening .Standard says the party will conslfl ot men who will make the journey inland from Hay by means of sledges ami ski. Brill, tleneral C. H. McLaren -was elected chairman of the ratincl! of tllC AsBUCllltKT.l. Braiiy. He drew attention to the desirability of malting provision that Lends Fragrance to the simplest meal "SALADA" ins tlon after becoming minister. At that time ho thought it would be made flexible and easily adaptable to the varying needs of the children, not comparatively simple piece ot wnrlr. l thfi towns and cities, hut In but as time went on. he realized inc' most outlying rural districts. Smith paid jncere tribute to deliberate lne committee and expressed his grail- Uule to its busy members is pure, wholesome and delicious., Semd at port card lor a (ample, Itatinf tin price you uw and il you UM Black, Greek or Mixed Tea. AddreM Salada. Toronto. tremendous difficulty had derided to go about it in a very way. The minister thought it not stir- giv'jng this service to tho people. He prising to (Ind the course more or less pOjnied out that their opportunity was. overcrowded, for there was contin- unique in the. hlslory of the nomininn, uous pressure upon the department to ancj pi-ohably in a much wider area, j include more ami more material in the no. expressed the hope that it! course. The educational value of new be fnund possible to accept their j subjects was only recognized when iUnmst in there en-1 people began to realize that the edu-; tu-ety, after the earnest discussions j catinnal process should mean the iaken place all over the prov- monious development, of all the in-' herent nnpsiblliUes "f the child, in f.he laudable effort to accomplish UUP well-rounded development eager ad- vocates i-ouU be found for including many additional studies in the schools. Wsnl Practice! Results ince duriiiK Hm The Committee Genenll in cmuvo of 0. F. McXaily. supervisor of chairman P. I Baker, I'omska, of Hie IT i.' u n. Cinnn. Para-disc I It mutt he recognized, however, tuat Valley, director ot L. K. Vi. A.: .wis.t givinp way to these demands would A. H. Hognrs. Kurt Saskatchewan, nee- defeat Ihe'purpose aimed at, and lose rotary of wiiiiien's institute; tho "support of the general public who Smitten. Calgary, secretary Alhoriu I wanted practical results. Mr. Smith Federation of Labor: II J. Kpicer. j was fully persuaded that the ser.urini; of the support (if the great body of public opinion was absolutely essen- tial if the IIPH! results were to be ob- tained, lie I'ui'ilier pointed out thiit. no matter the eoimnitrre decid- ed lo climliialc, they might expect protest frnin seine quarter, yet there must be elimination, and simplification of the cnnrno and further, there niitat seen. A fine reduction in the number of I popular star "The Jetting Block" Here William S. Hart is .it Hie Kmprcss j liientre this week In his ne-.v picture, "The Tciiting Work." It h! a stir- rim? screen one "f the best j In which Mr. Marl, has thus far been company supports the Spring Millinery Now On Display HATB. AND KIULSO.N.S IN TUB LATKST CRKATIO.N'S AND IDEAS OF THE SKASOX. L. A. Scott 407 5th St. S. Phone 457. ;