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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATUHDAY. NAKCH tt, THE LBTHBRflPGE PA1LY HERAt? PAGE FIFTEEN PATRICK .WILL FOUOOTTiN BE HAPPY 4 We not IIIMO> to fi'i't and fish. I And when erlcf sleeps, lo wake il. Bright hanpineiis is standing by, life Is what. make it. tmuni at his lulhur. thu Mr, D- Sydul. -rtll tM "dance week" u LethbrtdRe. wrailnn on Tuesday bs" HhriniTK' llull. The following night, u St. Patrick's dance in Ming put: on tu the Masonic hall by St. patrlck'i Uillns' Aid. 1 On Thuriday the. hlrtliiluy tho MUs Angellne'O'Brten. Miss Huttie i food old saint wil celebrated by j Can Mr.. Grant of Ilaj- the taint flfiin by the inmul. am visitors in city. Jack UOBS Chapter, I.O.D.E., In the K. of P. hall. Mr V W Ward, secretary of tho .The Travellers will HuptiBt-conventlon war, IK waking at; with one of their Ihc First Baptrft cburch tomorrow, j will be of HUT. f. W. Uafoe while here, the r.venk dances on Friday night. Mrs. Paul of Raymond, is xuest of 'her sister. Mrs. II. Ostlund. SOCIAL EVENTS PERSONALS .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wallvork have left for Montreal where Uey will spanH. several weeka vtalllng the for- mer's sister. Mrs. M. llm is at a Five I Hundred party this evening in honor Chas.E. anil Davirt S. Morns j of Mi8s of Calgary, were guests of .tiieir brotb- J er, Miv'G. B. Morns, this week. speaker and Mrs. C. S. Pinsle Have i completed arrangements for a reoep-. Madame left this afternoon' tion tn tDnignt in the icgi6ia. j tive building at lidmoiitou. i Itev. Dr. Kerby. who in cond.iicUnit Die anniversary sovvlces .la Wesley rhurch tomorrow, -Is tho guest of S. J. Shepherd. 6H llth St. S. to visit in Calgary and Edmonton, af. ter which nhe will go on to Winnipeg Mr. M'. 3. Ritchie Taterson -vrho" has before returning to her home in Mon- been a business visitor in Fernie is trcal. eipected to retuvn to the city today, j I The Earl and Countess of Minto are 10( Flvo Hundred. The prfie winners Mr. and Mrs. Smith left last spending the week-end with Col. and I wsre Miss Ai-rU aad jamc3 .night for a visit to tlio coast. Mrs. Norman Sltmrt Leslie ill Kings- j Ro9e The hours were ;ton, They arc sailing at the end ot thoroughly enjoyed by everyone Ur. Di A. Taylor is expected to' re- March for England. u0so carnations were tho-floral Mrs. Ernest W> Uoac hostess last evening in honor of Miss Hazeii when she entertained at several table: turn today from a visit ill Edmonton. Mr. The most frequently used colors in Danle! Syrtal of the Canadian Premet's tailormades are Beige and Hank of Commerce staff at Vegrevllle all the shades ranging to brown, ochre, returned there after attending thu copper, orange and cliaudron. Excels All For Purity, Flavour and Aroma SALADA" deco rations. Dominion Kebekah Lodge Xo. 41 entertained Major Burnett, the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of at the conclusion of their regular meeting held on Thursday evening. After a sumptuous banquet the mem- bers listened to ;iu appropriate ad- dress from the guest of honor. This LUE RIBBON TEA HAS A GOOD WAR RECORD It was only in World that did not advance Its price 1914, and, not- withstanding submarining and scarcity of tonnaga, BLUE RIBBON TEA of Standard Quality was kept constantly on sale in every store in Western Canada during the war. Now that conditions are normal, the quality of BLUE RIBBON TEA is better than ever. TRY IT. T AN ARTSTIC BLOUSE LINEN The blouse that extends below re. Tho book contains iire-natal care for mothers, going on to deal l.with all tho necessities (or haby's prop- er development from the time of birth, j I It includes lunong other things a list i of the uec-exsary garments, articles i I needed for the bath, and toilet, treat-) i incut of the skin, etc.. the: Ipvf'l'er the child, its prop-) jer food js it develops, and necessary I care during summer. i Any inotber or anyone else wishing, i ii copy of this book may obtain it by'. writing 10 (he Deputy Minister ot tha Department et Health, Ottawa. S BEING HEARD rt 1 are the waistline will be a delightful of the Spring wardrobe. There many distinctive types which are de- veloped not only in silk and wool fab- rics, but also in cotton. The blouse il- byTiffeVeiTt'inembers I lustrated shows a pleasing comblna- of the lodge. After a short program tion of silk and linen. Fashioned from by the singing of "Auld tnt! latter ln a loose weavo and m concluded by the singing of "Auld Laus dancing was indulged in. V Jliss Haaell was the guest of honor at a towel shower given yesterday afternoon by -Airs. M. Sv McArtbur. a number of her friends spent the ufteruoou hemming towels, with 1 the happy result that the bride-elect (was the recipient of about twenty of these usefuJ articles, Tho rooms were brightened by tbo addition of daffo- II you have not tried it, send us a post card for a tree aample, statinif the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mixed Tea. Afldress natural color, for it is trimmed with tomato tricot. This makes a dainty vesteo. The sash is finished with fringed ends. The sleeves are cut in pleasing style, and the cuffs are or-1 mimelLt'ed with a strip of tricot. Linen-1 covered buttons add to tho beauty of i this' hloii'se. Father :md Son Go to Church "TheTopo'theMorain to The ladies of St. Patrick's church extend greet- ings an'cT a Hearty Irish'welcome to those attending their St. Patrick's Eve "AT HOME" IN 4dHE MASONIC HALl. WEDNESDAY, JflARCH 16TH Special Rainbow Dunce 12 p.m. Dancing from 9 till 2. Blue Bird TickeU...... Mrs. T. Y. Love has been entertain- j ed at the homes ot' several of her friends during the past went in view of the fact that she will soon accom- pany her husband to High River, where Mr. Love will assume the oHlce of manager of the Hank of Montreal. Socials were held At the homes of Mesdam'es Bitter. Beun and Allan. Tlioso present were MesuXiuea Ritter, Uenn, Clarke, 'Titswortll. Haf- ner, Groenaway, and the guest of honor, Mrs. Love.r'-Hayniond Record- er. Banquet Comes on Friday Evening Tomorrow begins the great week for church will be'licld on Monday at 3 i fathers r.nd sons of Lethbridge, the o'clock .in the Parish hall. I greatest week in the history of Leth- i bridge for them. Tbe purpose of this The Women of Moose Heart Lesion j vreek la to get the fathers and eons will .meet on Mondixy evening at eight ['together in that closer chumship and i o'clock shavii in 'the Moose hall, i friendship which means so much to member is urged to attend, j fathers and .sons, but which is so of- Tliore will ho it short address by D. ten missed in these days in which dad S. Lewis R. Jonas'ot Jloosehuart and i is rushed with business and the Brother Matleod. I with his social activities that the one has very little time for the other. So Will tbo who eontrlbut-j this week fathers and boys put every- ing to the llathesis Club entertain-1 thins else off and participate in all the stunts Tor the week and If you miss all the other stunts don't miss Failure to Build Fence on Right- of-way Caused Plaintiff Loss At the Supreme Court the matter of damages In respect to-the failure to fence a right-of-way granted is be- ing heard. The action, is that of .Samuel Wilkinson, a firmer realdlne -near Lethhridge, vs. the' Lethbridge Coal Co. The plaintiff claims that prior to April 21th, 1919, he was. and now is, the towner of the northwest quarter section 10. tp. 9, W. M. 4th. At time he sold the de- fendant a right-of-way across this land, which the defendant wished to acquire as a means of access from Hi coal mine to the trsck of the C.P.R. At the time of the transaction, It ie i alleged, the defendant was to fence tbe right-of-way. This, it Ie coitend- ed, he failed to do. and as a Cfuence. through the trespass of i and cattle, the hay crop oi the plain- I tiff in the remaining .portion the j land was spoilt. Tbe anlmaU, it IB claimed, ate off the Thlcli 'was left uncut In 1919 a jrotec- tion for the grans roots to that a hay crop would be assured for 1930 Through this the hay obtained tnat year was only 10 when it should been 300 tons. The land was also damaged by the trepMa of the serTints of the defendant company, iu cutting deep ruts In it with whtels ot TUBS and the trampliBf af the noil, depreciating it to the extent, of The plaintiff claims the cum of for to the land, and 11800 tor the kwt te the hay crop. C. F. Jamieaon for plaintiff, ud A. N. Ritchie ot Johiutone and for the defendant, WILKINSON WINS In the case ot Wilkinson UM Lethhridge Coal Co., heard la the Sup- reme Court on Friday, Mr. Justice Simmons gave judgment tor tae plain- tiff for the sum of and cnats of the action. Court adjourned nnti! Monday. A cat walked ninety milei from To- ronto back to its home in Stratford. ment kindly have' donations at St. Auguaiin's hall af -1 o'clock on Mon- day afteVnotiii. the father and son banquet next Fri day evening. The Mathesis Club are holding their I This event is a national one for the annual entertainment on fathers and sons all over the Domin- .Monday evening at hall.: ion at this season of the year. Boys Will those attending please wear a j are realizing that dad is not a bad small article to represent a book. old chap after all and not altogether la tyrant, but is the boat friend a boy _ St, Mary's Women's Auxiliary will I can have and be is a real good sport. tbe evening thoroughly. bold their regular monthly business He may bave to correct or advise novelties a feature of the decor- i meeting on Monday afternoon in t'je at times but boys remember he has ations, the work of tbo pupils in tlie (Parish ball at school, and consisted of dainty The teachers entertained very pleas- antly last evenins at one .of their popular dances in the auditorium of Central school. A large number of suests were in attendance, enjoying Drinks Co coa Every Day t is so delicious. streamers of shamrocks suspended: G-I--V regular meeting on Monday, from the ceiling. "Good Luck" 14th, at o o'clock. shoes adorned tlie an-1 other pretty feature was the original.1 Dominion F.ebekah Lodse NTo. tl, manner in which programs were are holding another of their popular I made out, on large Irish hearts. dances on. March 30tll. Invitations Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Watson and i may' be procured from the following JMr. and Mrs. J. E. Hodgson receivart committee: Messrs. .T. P. Fowler, 906 ,the guests. The following were con-' Stti St.; South: A. E. Dupen, pbone '73; C. M. Watson, 632 12th St. S. gone along the track before and: knows. Fathers: Remember you. were mice a boy and wished for -a real pal, a friend to go to when you! wanted (o know about the real prob-1 lems of life. Also remember you used I to he "P to all kinds of pranks your- i self, so dnn't be too hard on the boy because you are the person who can make out of the boy the man you meant to be. But to do this you must know that real friendship you are go-; ice to try acd establish next week, j Give that boy of yours the week and j at the end of tlie week you will have great hero worshipper. Boys, you WEgLEY CHURCH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 1 Under the auspices of Wesley Methodist Church. NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 14TH, 1921 TRANS-CANADA TOUR Of Mr. HAROLD KIRBY English Baritone COSTUME RECITAL EVENING OF SONGS WITH DENNIS RAYMOND AT THE PIANO Programme at 8 o'clock. PART- I.' 1. Dramatic a. The' Windmill... II. Xelsou b. King .M. V. White 2. Ballads a. Until Sanderson "Mighty Lak A 'Hose" fa negro .E. Kevin c. Moira J. Deppen d. Love's Old'Sweet Song---- Jlolloy Schubi-rl. Erl Kinc" Not, Toung I.over" Songs of the Soa S. 'OOldoll "The Admiral's Broom" Buva'u, DENNIS RAYMOND' at the Piano GOO SAVE THE KING PART II; (In costume) L Operttlt Drama "The 2. A Tone Peem The Indian Love Lyrics a. "The Temple Bells" b. "Less Than the Woodforde c. "Kashmiri .I'lnden d. "Till 1 Walla? (from "Tbe Garden of it is impossible to carry the gorgeous'Oriental set- ting required for those Indian Love. Mr. Klrliy will por- tray them in tbe character of. tlie North AniericiiH Indian iu- "'fcleiid' of tho Eastern Indian as Intended iu tho pjay. Folk Sonus a. "The Floral Dance" 1 Katie Moss b. "Come to .the Kair" (from SoiigB of Ibe 4. Grand Opera from liacci" ...Ijeor I'liviilU "The Soiik of th'.' Torpadi'if" (from ..Bijet HEINTZMAN A CO., LTD, PIANO USED. veners of committees: Miss Sutherland; invitations. Missi Sang; refreshments, Jliss Hardy Iu-i Mr. Harold Kirby gives an enter- troduction. Mlaa Splendid i taiument in Wesley cburch on Mon- muslc was furnished by a two-piece i day evening nest, will slug Sunday orchestra from tho Colonial theatre. I evening in connection with the anni- (i0 your part and get out and enjoy I versary services. Mr. Kirby has a a. wreck tbe best man in the voice of great range and sweetness of: world. tone. The papers iu 'Winnipeg. I Tomorrow some- of the clnrrches I Moose Jaw, Regiiia. bave given htm art. observing the father and son go-; great praise, and predict for him a tu-church-day and are putting ou spe-i larnc place in tlie musical world. cial services so go-to-church is tho; slogan for fathers and sous tomorrow. Tlie Ancient Order of foresters is Monday Is father and sono home holding another popular whist drive i night. Stay at home and enjoy a] mill in the K.P. hall on Monday, j rutiet evening around the fire aud j iurcli-iil. have a talk over life's problems or; enjoy y game of checkers, etc, Butj ab'ovo all tilings get acquainted again. ff Q CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES so KealtKful, contains so much valuatle food material, that it should every the regular business. meeting of the' Parish Auxiliary of St. Augtistjn's BOOKLET Ot CHOICI RECIPBS SENT Z3THBUWBD 1T9O MONTEEAL.CANADA, DOBCHESTER. MASS. HEINTZMAN CO. PIANO GRAND OR .UPRIGHT Is tlie standard Jiy otlicrs are judged a work of art iu tho liiKhtiHt de- Srue poPfia.'iMing a touitl .nualll.y thut coniinaiuh; the admiration and of th'O'ivorld's WE HAVE- A. FEW BAR- GAINS IN SLIGHTLY -USED PIANOS AND PHONOGRAPHS. Ve Old HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED. 403 6th St. S. Ltthu-ldse PHONE M2 The is your guarantee. One next week's enjoyable social uveuts he the dance given on St. Patrick's eve by the. St. Patrick's Ladies' Aid. This will take place, in the Masonic i-Iall Snd a real old- fashioned Irish welcome is assured all who attend. One of unique feat- ures will be Uainbow Dance which i other prominent places, will usher in St. Patrick's morn. Tbe newspaper will keep you qualiHed with all activities of the I week. Announcements will he ma'de' In all the churches tomorrow and j large bills advertising the week will bo placed in all tho schools and in FREE PREMIUMS v WEDDINGS IMOLSONS BANK WINS f I IN LIEN IsOTE SOAP The marriage of Mr, Herbert Francis rocond son of Mr, afld Jlrs. II. H. .Teukins. of Parkview, and Miss Ben- Irice Jfuric, second daughter of Mr. Mrs. F. of Plnchcr Creek, was (, solemnized oil Wednesday, Marai ot 6.30 p.m., in Sacred Heart church, Calgary, the Rev. Father Arthur Hetherlngton, officiating. The bride wan attended by tho groom's mother. Airs. H. If. Jenkins, and the grown supported by Mr. Harold Butcher. After the ceremony the bridal party. were guests of the groomsman ul i the Palllacr. Mr. and Mrs. .Tonldu's will reside in Plncber Creek Ijcbo. i .Tudsment has been handed down j by .liidyo Jackson in the case of ivIoH suns Hank vs. G. H. Rogers and Itob I ert Rogers of Coaldale. The bank suad the defendants on a lien note, on a team of horses. Defendants dis- puted payment on the grounds that the animals wore not up to warranty, i His Honor held that, while there was breach of warranty proved, tho bank j had tiie right of recovery on the note.' and save judgment, accordingly, for the sum of together with the costs of the action for the plaintiff. A. G. Virtue, of Virtue and Walsh, for (lie plaintiff, and Oco. nice, ot Shepherd. Dunlop and lllce, for the defendants. .j. -y f, A MOTHER'S BOOK A splondid liltle book- let has just come to hn'n'il vThe Can- Mother's fanned by the Department of Health at Ottawa, un- der tbe supervision of Dr. Hetoi Mac- M.D.. Chief DlTlnion Child i DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL two years. .New Sculc Williams make. Fnmed oak. less than regular price. This is a snap. ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th-8t. S. Phone 1545. USE THE COUPON BELOW It entities you to one of our Big, New Premium Catalogues, Free. 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