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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGB PAST HERALP VAOE MILADI Daily Fashion I ty Iflmtnt tcr, Mm. left TO JOHN KEAT6 O IJoei! thou Thy would sing on any nifilit Of uny fore'er Dylnt, as to the eye. some ultht? Ah. mind tlieo of thine own worta otherwhere i Art's lordship in one realm act- or two among tliy Creek urn's sculptured throng: j "Forever wilt thou love and sho foe fair. So, while men read, thy Nightingale shall sing- Song made immortal by immortil song. Smart. Monday -was tiio birthday of John Keata.) for UUnr'H hmiin at Mulmi, whuro Mrs. llavson will with Iteorn fur suntmer 'months, Mr. aud H. W. Cartwrliht. j who havfl been wlr.Hrlnr In Portland. Uiwcon, have irrlvwt IB city and t urn .with the litter's Mrs. M. f Mri. Charlti McCKnathta, Worthy Orand Matron of the Orend Chapter, O. K. S., of Alberta, ran a visitor In Coteriimi yesterday, Dayinif her ofll- riul visit to the lodge there. Mrs. I McClenughcn will likely return to- dcy. SOCIAL EUCNTS 4 4, PERSONALS Mrs. Bleuner.Hassett retnrnod to- day to Taber after spending the past few days with Mrs. Fred Hick. A, E. McCorvie of Covenloclt, KaeXatchewan, Is the guent of Mrs. I'retl Hick. Mr. Sam Porter lias returned from n visit to Chicago Lnd other points in the south. a Mr. Pmll, qt- Orion, is a tisitor in the city. e The friends of Sirs. C. C. Stibbiiri} regret to licnr (hat she is a in the Gait hospital. Sf Capt. A. H. Denoon was a ri8ir.cn1 in C.ilgary this week, Mrs. M. P. Johnston and daughter Anna, who formerly resided In Loth- Tjrldse. have returned to Ctilgary after ATI absence of ilx veeks at the uoasi: they visited Vancouver, Vic- toria and Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Oo. -B. Mackay hive roturned from Calgary where they at- tended the 'performance given toy Martin Harvey. .1 Rev. S. Pike of Barons n-aa a visitor in tho city for a short1 time this Mrs. Baker of Canlston is in the city on ueeoimt of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. g. Matkln of Ma- erath, vho is ill in tho Gait hospital. Mr. and Mva. E. B. JIacKay have ,a their Kuest the former's mother. Mrs. E. J. MacKay of Vancouver, -will visit with them for several months. Mr. J. H. .lackson of Pincher Creek was a visitor in tho city for a few days this week, 9 -i ft Mr. and Mrs. W. Ailnitt and family leaving tomorrow [or an extended visit, to England. t .Nriss Grace Connelly, formerly of the local Canadian Hunk ut Com- raercn, is ill in f.ethtmdge, having recently undergone a' very critical operation which, we understand, IB the third operation since loaving hm-c. Pincher Creek Kcho.' 4 s If Mi'. K. B. Hudson, formerly of this her by hef K- eowni, trtcVr imile. known u "GjlV, MoD MiiitW and ahc'a tranttd frMB caMt ta prMenft. rfpftrtid on hef wiy here to null of big j.b. Catch thti dangerous woruan a.nd get n, big reward. She's Out- side the law. Nursing Mission A aplendid amount of sewing was dono yesterday afternoon hy a nura- ber of Iadle8 belonging to the N'uvsing i thc cara ,t I Mission Board who mot at tho Mission Ulat A temporary dam has now fixed, ami there IH no anticipa- tion of ;i raputltlon of tlie oixtvrranco until the permanent dam Is construct- ed. Them lias boon roi'.oern shown i to work on garments for several school children badly in need oE o.Iotbins. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES among sonic, citizens that tlw falling of tho wiilnr in the intake might cut off thr> drlnklnt! supply. Tills, howwhile, grey, and mastic. Per pair Ladic Fine Silk Pair All slies, heavy quality silk- glove; colon black, white, brown, navy, mastic, grey and mode. A nice dressy glove. At. per Ladies' Soisatte Hose, Pair make, fine silk lisle liosc; colors, black, brown, white and navy. Beautiful grade fashioned hast, made without a seam. Per tl CA pair Ladies' Brown Cotton 39c Pair A strong stocking for every, day wear. Comes in all sizes. Special at, GET A BEAUTIFUL POTTED PLAffT FOR EASTER CHINESE PRIMULAS We have just received a number of these beautiful and decorative Chinese Primula potted plants with large green leaves and heliotrope blooms. These blassoms are in clusters number- ing six to eight clusters to each plant. Don't fail to get one or more of these for Easter. No delivery on these. Special for Saturday, per 69c INCORPORATED The seventh anniversary of U.o j DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL Uro years. N'ew Scale Williama niahe. l''nmoil oak. 1.200.00 loss than rGKUlar price. This Is ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 Cth Phone 1949. ot is su hy taking- Uio i Lynn bolicvtis. tliut .such icforenro tli.K f miBbt be possible. Ho, iiccorciinsly, j vvrilos DR. LYNN MAKFS AN EXPLANATION 7u regard f.o news item statinp; that of of ,Lynn .iien'itPi. Mr. NVvIlln Mnnniain YIPW, j [or ;ni oimnUion nn hin WJIH ".rllamfi-iKfid with tlm Flnnild IUIH roimtvt'd tho following i.-onim.inication from (.lie Tliougli tborw wall nothing in tho Hem to indlcato nr to Infer that anything (n tho way of an 1 "In last to iKlitV llurald iipiwsrod an i that might Irud one niljiihly liiil nol. Kiiuvv Mr. hl.n no ilKit. i ronlract making Unit for Mtvini; Uio Ui" Kii'I and lior biilw I Jmvo to that I bud pcrfornjfifl a noi only Dm or ihtj oiicraUoii'on Kved No- tliaL hart to tio perfnrmud. bill. 1 involved by tin; ufifmuliiiil in iK wttiiuBSfiS to prt'ivn tlisit ii' i nliniiM pay it for thfi exported i girl's 1'athor." HJirkucs.s of unnthrr duilichtLM'. Mi1. It. lA'XN. Novillo su-on: that ho never nuw j the ruse wna on. jvhllc thrnc of j the family claimed that Uio Aq arlaloi flow from Camp Honlim girl'l hiHlmmt tho doctorV Un DttavJi. 2H> mlloB. fn two hanra HIM! TUo Judgo look the stand 40 minings. I ululincd that canio t.o and mado me u in. ou a previous oni'iMtfun and HELPED LETHBKIOGK PUT OFF CLOTHES AND UECOME REAL CITY i rUy bni T.> have played in ;icHtstlng from llic Kw npf--jniil sunitsiT io'stcms in oif LeUibi'idgo. JMumliJns Mr. .sl.il! jwinU will yri'Jo to tho Hotel, tht Union Bank Ijuildhiff and othor lu-sH houses in which ho install ad. the to emorgf? j nnujr.n improvements many yeavt cloHlOP ot lown-j 'Mr. I'rirsrly is now Jn an par I liood to the. more uit-to-tiiito tho modorn city is Uio Imppy 'dHitino- I !oii Mr. Jack IJriest.ly of Calgary, ni'L't.idonl of tlm Albfrui Assuc.iution of Sanitary and HcuMny Engineers, wlio IB prenltllnic ut tht- convontior. I now Iu HcvBitw in St. Anjjustin's hall, i Mr. Oit' firstiral Hotel at Aylmer. lliH ItrnVbcr hunting Mid saultiiry X'mwrfi ami is prominently fnr n'-olm-tifiii as president ot tho provincial A. Tnltlc linn purchiifiort tiio ;