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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta miDAV. MAIU.II I. IVJI THE LETHBttlPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN MILADI Dally Fashion ALWAVS X SONG a sung somewhere, my the midday There Is c dear. In the midnight black 01 blue; Tlie robin pipes when Ihe sun is here, And tho cvlcket chirrups the whole through. The bilrts may blow and the fruit ttov, And 'the autumn leaves drop crisp and sere: program will (oatttMs the (Vent, which is being eagerly intldpateJ by many. WEDDINGS A A A A .gi 4 But -whether tho sun or the rain or the i, 'ITicre is 'ever :i soiig somewhere, 'my Jean DAWSON On Saturday, Folirnwry 26th, ai St. .fames' Cathedral, Toronto, by the Her. W. H. White, Alice Roberts. daughter of Mrs. Oawson ami the late Adam Dawson of Peterboro. was unit- j ed in marriage to Kenneth James Kenzle ot Chicago. son of the late Mr. PERSONALS Mrs. A. J: Watson will not receive Mrs. .1. Uralis of Michell. B.C.. is the guest of Mrs. G. W. Swauson. Rrv.'F. K. Leacriift has returned (o Tabcr after a short visit in the city. Or. and .Mrs. A. Mc.Vally are expect- ed to return from the roast tomorrow. .Mrs. Arnotl Canghcy and little lighter. Lonta. of Lethbridge. are spending a few weeks with friends in the Herald. Mrs. Wilson of Ilarons. who hay the guest of Mrs. David Donald for a few days is iTtnrning to her home today. Mrs. C. J. Ferguson will arrive iu the city at a later date from Winnipeg to join ller husband who is entering upon his new duties as Knox cuurch organ- ist. Mr.'and ill's. O. Iverson of Eaton, Saskatchewan, are visitors with Mr. and Mrs. V arrived and Mrs. Wm. Mnclfe-nzle ot Milton. The bride Is a sister of Mrs. (Dr. I Taylor. A A A A INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE t A i A A A A A A A A A .J. .J. A j LONDON. March Announcement k Is made of the marriage on .March 3 of Terry I'.. Durham, son of W. A. Dur- ham of Appomatlox, Virginia, to An-1 Mile Mary Geraldine. daughter! lot Sir Leicester Ilarmswortb. a broth-1 occurred ut Christ Church, Oxford. I i SOCIAL FUNCTIONS AT WHITE HOUSE WILL BE REVIVED i. W. Surerus, 9th St.. in rlie city a few days having ago. Miss Mabel Jarrett who has been with her sister, Mrs. T. S. Fet' terly, has returned to Calgary, Princess -Marie of Rumania, who Is engaged "to the king of Bulgaria, has made her own entire trousseau. n Mrs. E. J. Sehl and little; daughter have returned from Calgary yiiey were the guests of -Mrs.-r where Their lixeeltencios tho Duke ami Duchess of Devonshire will -be in TOP onto this week attending "the annual meeting of the Red. Crosi Society. n .Mr. and Mrs., R. .Rogers, left this afternoon for u short visit in -.Calgary uml Edmonton. _ Miss Helen Moo'te of High River has returned to her home there after a short visit in Macleod. :i 4 SOCIAL EVENTS WASIHN'OTON'. March Social and diplomatic Washington looks for :i revival under the President and Mrs. Harding ot' the formal state dinners .and other social functions at the White House which ceased with the entrance of tho United States into the world war. Directions from Mr. Harding for abandonment of the .official social events incident to his inauguration were conceded by those hoping for a return -to' a social normalcy to be a blow to their expectations, but the recent shopping trip made by Mrs. Hardlnp- to New York and other events have renewed their optimism. Iri preparation for the arrival of the neir'fFlrat Lady of the tho .White. House has been redecorated and the furnishings renewed. In ad- dition Mrs. Harding hag requested that additional flowers planted around -the White House. Her friends expect her to act as hontess at a uum- bAr of garden parties during the spring, thereby restoring one of the 'fjjrma of entertainments of 1'ormer tlkewlae. It te expected that she will entertain at tees) her guests In- in addition to intimate friends iljc -wives of. the members of the dip- lomatic corps. Another social torn that, she may revive Is th_e.Vregu- Ifcr "at home' to wives of cahi- net a function In past ad- .time SPRING FASHIONS PRESENT PLEASING Men's and Boy Wear At Pleasing Plaited WELL DRESSED TWEED SUITS FOR BOYS A pleasing showing awaits your inspec- tion of boys' spring suits, iu sizes 21 fo Gossard Bandeau Brassieres to S1J.50 Specially designed lor well-developed figures; made ot strong white Tricot with elastic iu- sells at waist line; luioked back: reinforc- ed band to tie around. Sizes 3li to 44. Price MEN'S SILK TIES A novelty line of Men's Ties has ar- rived, in knitted poplin and fancy silk, presenting the newest designs at attractive DRESSY SHIRTS FOR MEN .Men's Luuhge Shirts, iu Prints, Oxford Shictiug. Wool Tiftctas ami Silks; ail good washing color and fast dyes. Sizee 14 to IS. Prints to Silks.......................- to Wool to .corresponding With vth'n" Tuesday .It also is reported she will, restore the custofttvof i 'band concerts 5 -that church choir, a .very pleasant evening being enjoyeti by everyone. Kollowijig the ininual banquet of the farmers' Fire and Hail Insurance 'Company yesterday, at which ibe.AVes- ley Ladies' Aid were catering, a very enjoyable was held in tha Masonic Several.la.iies look the opportunity or calling tbis nftcrnnom upon .Mrs. Glfford, in Jt her birth- day. t A very delightful- dance hisc evening 'by the Lothbridge ..City Pipe Band in Burgmann'R A. good'crowd was in attendance. Splen- did music being furnished hy" the .Whether the 'President aucl Mrs. HardJac will revive the atate dinners remains to be ileveflapeil Four of tUesti usually are given each season; one to the cabinet, one to .the diplo- matte corps, one to the judiciary and lone to congressional, loaders. These dfiuierH iieud the official sea- son (itid it is regarded as assured that they will hot be .revived, at least, until next winter. Greater participation hy the White House in society is expected to be attended by removal of many of the rpstrictions which since 1917 have banned uninvited visitors from 'the White House grounds. Since the Uhtted States entered the war visit- ots" to th'o capital havo had to content themselves with the White Hpufie from a distance or from be- hind the iron !ence surrounding the grounds. ;Preslde'nt Harding's friends declare that orders for tho opening of the A SERGE DRESS FOR THE SCHOOL GIRL Although navy blue serge is .un- doubtedly a standby in the dreqs of the school girl, yet this sturdy fabric may be made up in so many pleasing styles that it becomes most attractive. In the dress illustrated it is combin- ed with old blue silk. This is iippliq- ned down the sides of the skirt -HIK! is also used for the flaring collar. The front of the is effectively em- broidered with old blue silk, in a deli- cately designed pattern. Thn girdle is made of links of metallic braid in. dull silver. The sleeves are long and' show some embroidery on the tight-fit- ting cuffs. If desired a vestee of white silk crepe may be worn. pleasingly cool In suggestion for. hot summer days in town. There are gray organdies uuder way tooi and dainty gray and white flgnred voUos. And everybody knows 'that gray sweaters are the rage now in the southland. Gray Footwear in Vogue They are. wearing the prettiest' lit- tin gray slippers on. the street this winter, with gray silk stockings. And all the leading ladies, on the stage, seoni! to atfe.ct these pretty gray sllu- 'mostly Of suede, one notices. For "wear with' tailored walking cos- tumes there are. good looking but- toned boots, with; gray cloth suede tops. And even t.lie buttoned spats seem to be out all in gray j this seasorr. One' wonders what has j become of the fawn and tan spats of a year ago. Ot course, in a season of gray tones the gray furs have -special favor.! Gray squirrel, -gray for and moleskin aro pHrtlcular with fashion just-now; fcrnl som'e very beau'tftul costumes are trimmed wl'th these jfjjr'fc. Gray iioq In long, 'trailing 'clusterji. is also fancied on small silk turbans'lor between season wear, and -when5 -the WOOL SCARFS TO WARD OFF MARCH WINDS A delightful showing of brushed wool scarfs, with belts' and pockets, in com- binations of colors, including blue and tan, brown and grey, cerise and bisc. purple and grey. .Vew spring rn price Back lacing Corsets, mado from strong white cou til, medium bust, and five-clasp front steel; four hose supporters. Price Special Prices in Spring Footwear LADIES' OXFORDS These smart .military heel ux- fords, with imitation straight tip, are very attractive wear. Specially, at. priced LADIES' PUMPS Several ueut and attractive stylea. with mediuni, Cuban and Louis heels, to ckoose from. Ke- duceil AP ami a' gray coq with l trails down and tones of a mingles necV gates to the grounds. be1' Issued soon, tt is not regarded as probable _tt n, .however, that certain portions of tha Cheerio orchestra ami _ the City Housei such ag the blue rootn Band, the being .thoroughly enjoyed by 'all T l be thrown open to tiie public on certain days as was the custom be- fore the war. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The regular jooathly meeting of thft Nursing Mfpaion Board will he held at the Nursing Mission at 4 o'clock on Monday. I: The executive ot Local Council will meet tonight at the home of Miss LJawden. Elaborate preparations arc being ma.de hy Major Jack Ross Chap- ter, I. 0. D. E.. for a St. Patrick's dance to be held in tho Knighta of Pythias hall on March .17. Approp- riate decorations and aii interesting Simple Phosphate Is Real Builder of Strength and Nerve Force, Says New York Physician. "Common ex peri- should teach those whe suffer from nervousness and weakness that tlie most IORir.nl thing to do iy to put into their systems tho snbfttiinre that in lucking, and that is organic phosphate, says Or. Boph Hairlgun. Hlgfabotham Co. or any good druggist can supply you genuine RHm-Ptionphale ut reaiouable ALL SHADES OF GRAY ARE NOW IN VOGUE Tliortj is a charm about gray hard to define. And just now fashion is making the very most of this charm; she lias taken gray to her heart as first favorite and all the gray shades aenm to please paleftt pearl 10 deep and smoky tones. Half the new clothes coming.over from Paris are gray, and in some combination of gray and black, and the prcdimin- anoe of gray fabrics in the wool, cot- ton, silk and Hnou departments of the shops must impress ..the most unob- servant aye. Juft as black ran be very somber. or extremely gay; gray can lie very staid, ami dignified, very it: con be amnrtly compelling. Paris haa. course, mado it Htnurt this year, though In ;ill its sinartnoss it lias that lefincmcnt and de- muronesH whfch nmkos the wearer a little more dainty ahd djBtiuctivc than any strong1 color would. Sonifi of tho high-class HUGH Viofi- tumeri for a later iipiinaranne in the shops are in gray I ones. Tboro arn gray Hnmi froclis, with, collars and cufffl of sheer stuff dalntlfy hem- stitched. There-are gray band embroidered in white. And there are tailored coat and of gray piece the effect Is stunning. Combines with Gray There are IHtle hats of black satin with embroidery in gray floss and rows of bright buttons around tho turned-back brim. Sometimes the but- tons are nlckul. sonittlmes cut steel, then there are fancy buttons of crys- tal mounted in nickel. There is quite a fad for those small button-trimmed turbans just now In Manhattan. One has to combine color with gray carefully, but the effect Is good when MISSES'AND GIRLS' BOOTS From these most reliable makers and our famous "Trapner" .brands. High .and medium leg styles, made on medium recede and Educator lasts to give comfort to the growing foot. Every Pair Reduced 20% shade is selected, j sometimes looks well. just the right Strong orange with smoky gray, scarlet also com-j bines well with the darker gray I shades. Pale gray and deep blue are f the blue is, moderately 11 used. Everybody known the loveliness I f of violet with gray. Aria- with the Ij pearly gray of evening fabrics rose or coral pleasing. U'j arc lacking out a scheme i for next summer, choose gray with; violet, and have black and white as side reliances. You may convey the effect of being in "half but fashion will approve your color scheme. Your wardrobe will include frocks of black and white foulard, gray taffeta, gray linen, gray organdy, lilac and white-striper! gingham, white linen aud so on. Your spring suit will be of gray canton crepe or gray gabardine. Tour parnaol will vet colored. Tour will lie black, vlplttt, and a gray straiv A pencil box will be given free with every pair of boys' or girls' shoes. SATURDAY ONLY Demonstration of-the PERFECT- ED PARISIAN ART NEEDLE will take place SATUROAY only in this store. This needle does from the fringe to IKe heavy rug work. DEMONSTRATION Another List of Real Money-Savers in Groceries for Saturday Morn- ing Shoppers Phone Your Order Early. SPECIALS FROM 8.30 JILL 12.00 SATURDAY MORNING ONLY Flour, per 98 Sugar, per 20 Onions, cocking (good dry stock) per sack, 10 Ibs. for............................25c Bacon, side, sliced; per Ib.................65c Bacon, peamealed backs; per Ib............65c Dominion Soups, vegetable and tomato; 2 tins 25c Bird's Pudding Powrder; per box of 3 flavors, 15c Cowan's Cocoa; per 1 Ib. .5Sc in comb 65c Macaroni, 2 pkgs., 25c Toilet Paper; large rolls. Reg. 15c; 3 pkgs. 2Sc Our special blend bulk tea; reg. 55c; per Ib., 45c Wagstaffe Mince Meat; bulk; per Ib........40c Squirrel Peanut Butter; bulk; per Ib........40c Shamrock Red Sockeye Salmon; tails.......50c Ensign Red Salmon; tails.................45c Brunswick Sardines; 3 tins for MRS. FERGUSON IS DEMONSTRATING THE CELEBRATED BARRINGTON HALL COFFEE IN OUR STORE. YOU ARE COR- DIALLY INVITED TO VISIT. US AND TRY A CUP OF THIS WELL KNOWN LINE. Make your dollar: count by purchasing your groceriet at the Bay. We make no extra chirge for delivery and aim to make our prices a little better thin the best.. Phone your order early. 313, 1513. GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES, LEMONS, BANANAS, LETTUCE, CELERY ARRIVING DAILY. YOURS FOR SERVICE. SELF-GOVERNMENT or white, or hat witli sn chanting. leathers will bo EVEN RUSSIANS NEED WOMEN IN HOMES all." be dedaml. "If my wifi; leaves to tlioy wm-p entitloil. me. r shall throw up my work: My I This is denied liy tlics ninuuniy. M... wife- must .sfiiy al homo." Latcllforrl iuis a.siied tlmt, Uie1 Thn received (his .sally UioLion Bhal! lie trieci ity a jury, .his-1 with roars of laughter. j batchl'onl's claim is that in; is l.oXIJOX. Mar. British gov- .jiilitlod to at least S3.9SH as has askeil sultan of in aflflition lo Uie aniounl of int endowment policy lakon out hy him Oil August 12. Tlie statement '-Iruin states one of tlie ways iu which a view to substituting satisfactory 01 A xl LVMJ relatioiisiiip muter tin: protectonite. 1 bAiN fUK JiUll J according to the London Times lliis morning. PACIFIC FREIGHTER AGROUND VANCOTVKU. .War. frcight- or Kastholm. which left Vancouver last night lor Xanaimo ill hallast, A snc.wdrop in a Milton garden is Kgypl to nomlnale a delegation to blooming five weeka ahead of its usual with a British delegation with i time. aground far up Indian reserve, LONDON. Jan. Kinancipatlon of woninn from domes- tin work is going a liUlc too far evfii for the Soviet leaders of Russia.' An attempt, to commit the ruccmt Soviet, across there to sueli a principle-' dc- volopoj :i. humorous incident, as told by the Moscow wireless. Madame Kolluntai, a well-known Bolshevist loader, told the "Women must ho HberatfMl from The maas of iniprodiietlvo whieh.lhay lost her course in the thick fog, and on the hifeh tide -went aghore. It is believed the ship can lie floated on the tlih.1. It is not thought tho vessel is damaged. the t'lata of the I Lutchford alleges lie was the narrows. She [his proper share iu the Justice deprived of company's profits, was that "the paid up capital of the company was Heartlessly 'in- crouscil from to Toronto Judge Goes To Court Against the Canada Life Assurance Company REVELSTOKE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 'ARRESTED ON MAN. WARRANT UKVKLHTOKK, II. .Mar. Daiieu. principal of tho high Ht-lioo! [here .lanuary 1. nas placed nn- dor Lhia morning by C'hiof of TORONTO. Har. Action I Police Sjiratt, on a warrant Issued by whio'h is .calmilaled to evoke Jlloro I the .Manitoba provincial police, clmrg- than usual tniorest. was launched by i ins-' him -willi a statutory F. Lnlchforcl. a judge of the. su-1 which Is alleged to have commit lii'vniu court of Ontario, against molted near llrandr.n about Christmas of Canada Lite Assurance company liera Doken was apiinintoil nrlncipa' fulfill in their domustic Thus the'enormous amount ing cncigy will be available, r regret to say that old prejudices are slill against us.'1 A 'male member of the congress'. Ukhnsvitrh, jumped to feet.with ,B objection. WB In favor of the adopted a system of accounting which from imaucip'iUon but'not u-" I'olicy holders of the proliti today. Charges made, lij- Mr. Justice of the high school at the llrst of the] Ijatehford'declared that the company I year, coming here from Vancouver, I whlcll city he was engaged by school trustees. FRESH CUT I DAFFODILS PERx DOZEN FOR SATURDAY THE TERR1LL FLORAL CO. 604 THIRD AVE. SOUTH. ;