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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 15, ,THB LETHBRIDGE HERAUJ PAGE MILADI Daily Fashion Mir. MU VlhAOI ...................E Jl bn xi 1Q.W In SI. Patrick's: 4 4 4, v ihuicli, special will i ft on Wednesday vvenlng Instead i 4- IRELAND of un Thursday. speaker will: 4> Thomas H. Greeae, ot Bow j Tlie er being. then by ladles of St. Patrick's! on Krlday afternoon will IMS bald r.t' the of Mrs. P. D. Onrmr. laSJ I 7th South. I I Invitations hare besn issued by oiectri snd of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, O. to. S., for their an-, nual dance to be held on Monday, I March 38. InrlutloBs mar be obtiia-1 ed pbonlof 1440 or The UniUd church mid-week Tlce.s will be held In the parsonaga on Wednesday (tomorrow) owing to tvprovements being made in tbe hall. The' convener of St. Aufttltln's systematic glrlng will be grateful to i Mud cabins in This place charming, With sailor garments JlunK out to dry; And each abode ia Snul and With melodious In their straw-built sty. Vrtiut. V PERSONALS Mr. T. Longworth has returned from a abort visit in Calgary." i 7 Mr. R. Weiler hag, returned to the city after spending the past few months with hit parents In Chicago. Mian Leah Young hae returned to the city after spending the winter iti Seattle. Rev. Thomus H. Greene, of Bow Island, will be- a visitor in tlie city on Wednesday when he will at St. Patrick's church. receive from the collectors thair ruarr returoe not than this Mist L, Perkins, formerly on the teaching staff of the Lethbridga and now in Taber, is visiting tor a few; days at her home in Wrentham. 4 -1 Sir. A. n. McOuire is leaving today for a short vilrtt In Calgary. n Mr. H. 0. Grahum has lel't for LOB Angeles, California, where he will take three months' complete rest.' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Uatson returned to their home in Coaldata. after a visit In the city. lira. C. Kershaw of Spring: Coulee was a visitor in the city at the week- end. .Mr. .and Mrs. T. Y. Love moved last week from Raymond to High River where they will in future re- side, Mr. Love haying undertaken his duties as manager of the Bank of Montreal there. Mrs! Stanley C. Ripper is wuffer- ing from complete breakdown and lias to Bowden, where it Is hoped a complete restore her health. Tlia United Church Young People's Bible class is holding class social i-.t tho borne of Mrs. Winton. 680 t2th St. C. North, on- Friday night. March IS. An excellent program Is being ar. speak ranged so that everyone is assured of a real good time. All the young peo- ple who took part in the play arc given a special invitation. The regular rald-week service of hsMk. A cup rhMOXOtaktn with is A FASCINATING BLACK I ualadl acd dressings wn have i found hern thre.e salad whkh I think be of Inlorus.-! to our readerj. The flrBt IH a c.ookfld drpsrius ivhir.h nnulu by placing In a. ihmblo boilor i three tablespooilH of one I tabluBiioon of lemon juice, oiie-hiUf j teaspoon of Rtilt, one-half teaspoon of Bugur, one-halt teaspoon and when hot, add one-half cup of butter. When the butter meltoil. add the well beaten yolks of thine eggs and stir until' the consistency uf I licmove from the tiro and beat until thick. Chill and fold In the beaten j .whits of one egg. For those who do not care i'or oil dressings, this will be found very nice. Another nice dreasinl; for salads of lettuce, endive or cabbage is made with French dressing thickened with the pulp of an avacado. For fruit salads, a nice dressing was served at a club luncheon given Mab. by some Chicago friends. Through them she secured the recipe. For this dressing, place In a double boiler tlie juice of one lemou. juice of hah' an orange, two tablespoons of grapeiruit This dress shows an Interesting combination of black satin, white chif- fon and white handkerchief linen. The foundation of black satin, which i.s ervc ill be .UMj for ihe First Buptlst church win oe L ducted by the Women's Mission The Part ot 'klrt l8 AND WHITE FROCK juice, one-half teaspoon o5 salt, cue- quarter teaspoon of paprika and grad- ually stir in the yolks of two eggs and one tablespoon of butter. When thick. chill and stir in the beaten white of one egg. This dressing was served wlth a combination of seeded gra Circle. Subject: "The Life of John i wlth tlle "hiSou, while the lower part peeled and dicod apples, orange dice, E Davis, the Martyr Missionary ot I ot white linen. This is j seeded raisins and chopped celery. India." The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet punctuated with eyelet ombroidery, The salad was served on a jilate j which is most effective against the ered with shredded lettuce. foundation of black satin. White SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Henderson have with Mrs. Goldie, 588 mti St. North, on Wednesday afternoon. C, The Willard W. C. T. u. will meet with Mrs. McWllllam, 224 13th St. North, on 'Thursday afternoon ;it 3 o'clock. rings are set at regular intervals around the waixtline and a black rib- bon Is drawn through them. A Raisin Bread Make u sponge of one cako or com- pressed yeast with one tablespoon of black is looped over belt Su8a1' dissolved in half cup lukewarm and makes an attractive side drapery. water- To UUD scalded milk add heart, and he turned back, determined to win its pagan inhabitants to belief in the Christian failh. St. Patrick accordingly sailed for Ireland, and tried to land an the one cup of hot water and .-A-hen luke- warm add the yeast ami two cups white flour and beat for five minutes. Let rise until very light. Then add three tableipoons each ot sugar and butter creamed together, one teaspoon salt, and cups seeded raisins cut coast of Wicklow, but the Druids su in halves. Stir in flour until stiff, then fiercely opposed him tint li; sailed knead until dough is smooth and (up the eastern coast and landed on elastic, using six to eight cups of i the shores of Strangford Lough. Thus flour., Cover to let rise imd when The marriage took place on March' It was that St. Patrick came a second {lisht, doublo in bulk, mould Into loaves S, ati Ta'ber, of Mill Berths, Fresno. to Ireland, this time to bring and when again light bake about one 04) Retlnw and Mr. T. King of Leth- the blBWlngs of Christianity. Wher- brtdge. Rev. A. C. Bryan was the evtr officiating miniiter. went he made converts of tlm MATHESIS CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT chiefs and people, and before his death on March 17, tbe whole island I was won. U. Many stories are told 'of his miracn- lous poweru. The Druid priests who strenuously oppoeed him wera held hour. back by his magic. Finally, though against the djctates'of his tender heart, he had to curse them and all Begnem "entertained 'at whist' Saturdav, The Mathesls Club enter-1 their property and immediately after i afternoon. The prize winners were SOCIAL NOTES FROM FORE- FOREMOST, Mar. Jame boon guests of bonbr'at several pleas-. entertiinm ant social functions hi Magrath lite-1 Augustln hall. The ball ly, prior' to talned A Urge number of gueata de. the earth opened and swallowed them lUhtfully last evening at their Hug. up. As another Instance oC Ms mir- in St. aculous powers .ire are told how one The hall appro- winter morning he and his followers Raymond prlitely decorated with St. Patrick were on the bleak mountain side snd where Mr. Henderson been't'rans- emblems, and throughout the scheme had no flra to cook their food. He bei _______ ferred.ss manager of the Ba'uk of green and white. The president, I had them collect a heap of ice and "day afternoon. The prize winners were Mrs. R. White and Mrs. T. C. McICin- non. Miss Stle Hanson assisted the hostess in serving; twenty guests were present. Mrs. Maclntyre entertained a num- ber of friends at court whist Tliurs- Montreal there. The Annual Tea of the N'ursine; Mission will be held on Wednesday of next week, .March 23. This Easier Tea has come to be looked forward Mrs. David Donald, proved a most I lumps of This he breathed Mrs. G. Schinnour and lira K Beattv and was auisted by upon and immediately It blazed into Guessing the number of beans in 'a gracious hostess, Mrs. Charles McCIenaghan. present wore something which represented the name of, some well-known book which each one had events of the year, and the ladies are >lrlle (or thls asked to reserve this dUe when tea rtrew3 fnee Mlsa Kat to as one of the most delightful social Jhe the t was Mrs. An- te who be served "from" n'To" fi" at" the! "calved it handsomely bound book, Nursing Mission.- lire. McKillop and gentleman's prize, also a Mrs. Kirkham ivill preside over tbe j !'ook' to Mr- A- M- tea table, assisted by tho other A most Program then fol- i n Ferguson, the or- of the board. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES vocrf solo; Mri Mrs. Ma fire and remained so till tbe meal was cooked. But the greatest of his many miracles was the driving out of Ire- land of all reptiles and rendering the soil so obnoxious to the serpent race that they died on touching it. The three-leafed shamrock, so gen- erally, associated with Kt. Patrick's Day. is intimately connected with the patron saint. In his effort to explain to their heathen minds the doctrine of the Trinity, he used tbe trefoil to illustrate the three parts forming one, hence it became their national em- blem. jar, the prize won by Mrs. Dr. Astrof. Mrs. W. D. Purny assisted the hostess in serving. Dental Defects Tlie examination ot" school children from tlie standpoint of health always reveals the most alarming percentage of dental defects. In tills country the Dainty refreshments were served v v ff fy ff There are no invitations being sent out, or tickets sold for the Major Jack Ross informal dance. Tickets can be 8t conclusion of thla part of the program, tbe color scheme of green and -white being further carried out in the ices. Mr. Harold Kirby and his accom- lowed. Mr. D. ganlst of Knox church, rendered a s. H. Husband, a vocal acKlllop, a piano sole; Gerber and Miss Wilson, u very cluver skit, "The Honeytons." Each ..._ ........_..... one of these numbers, displayed tbe persona, ordained a great I Dental defects constitute tbe moat artistic ahlMty ot the performer, and number ot priests who carried on the of all defects of tho bouy was heartily enjoyed by St. Patrick founded 360 cburclies i decayod teeth is ninety-eight out in baptized by bis own hand j eve'T hundred. secured at the door, of which there ure a limited number. Half of tho proceeds aro to given to tho Navy jianist. Mr. Raymond, who were at .Mrs. Williams' section of the Worn-'the conclusion of tlielr evening's re- en of Moose Heart Legion will meet ot Wesley church, the guests of the Mathcsiqns, entertained all In a at her home in tbe Brodio Block 2.30 tomorrow. Tbe Baby Clinic will be held at the Nursing Mission on Thursday after- noon from 3 to 5 instead of on Wed- nesday afternoon. On St. Patrick's Day services wilt after his death. Ills name has i "ve medical inspcc-, ever since been revered by tlie people, i i who honor him as tbe Patron Saint! Tne children who are In greatest! of Ireland. meed of attention to Ihe teetli are1 i found among tliuse from four tu eight! I years of age. j The percentage greatly decreases in I j the older groups. These defective teeth are rasnou-i sible for many ot the serious disturb-1 ances of the goners! health, and cs-1 socially is this true uf the so-called I Replacement Values Still Prevail on Spring Goods Every day unfolds new arrivals of spring merchandise, fresh from the East, presenting new styles, colorings and designs. Prices are all in keep- ing with the re-adjusted spring values. STORE HOURS FOR A.M. TO 1 P.M. High-Grade Corsets for Wednesday Selling Back made of plain -white cou> til, with medium bust; four hook clasps, and four hose supports. Sizes 21 to 28. Wednee- Pink and White Cotton Veati knitted from flat fiotton yarni, comfy cut. A garment which never Bllpi from the shoulders. Made in no aleeve, ihort sleeve, operii and long. Special for Wed- "1C- neaday morning at LADIES' PINK COTTON BLOOMERS Pink bloomers, knitted from good quality cot- ton yarns, and made to fit. You could not wish moro serviceable bloomers, and they launder per- fectly. They are finished with elastic ut waist and knees. Size 34 to 42 bust. Eitra spe- cial for Wednesday morning C BANDEAU BRASSIERES Gosfia rd Bandeau Bras- sieres, made ot strong pink and white tricot, lightly boned under the arm, elast ic insert at back, front und back, clos- ing; sizes 112 to 42. Price Sport CoaU There are only a few at this price. -Sport coats in polo cloth. A very smart garment. Large pockets, belted, pretty hone huttons. Sapcial Wed. raornlnf, NEW SPRING TIE-BACK SWEATERS 75c Wed Morning Specials in Wool and Cotton Goods Blankets, Pair 'OblT a few at this tempting frice. Colon white and frojr; lOit alse. PA Special, pair Colored Tvrkiih Towels, Pair Heavy grade Colored Turkish good size; splendid dryers. Worth 11.50 pair. fin Onlj', per oalr ........................9JLaVV New 49c Bxtra soft flnlah Cotton Crepes for home d ro 49c Bxtra soft flnlah Cotton Crepes (or uoiue wwtr, rompers, etc.; colors volte, old lavender., mid brawn, and blue. Only, per yard Pillow Pair Good quality Cotton Pillow Cues; hemmed; imported, foodi; 42 x 3ft Inches. Regu- VA lar ll.su pair. Special, pair Navy Serge, Yard One piece only to sell at this tempting price. Heavy navy chavlot serge, 50 Inches Regular- ly sold at (3.60. AA Special, yard Fine Lise 3 Prs. for Ladlea' flee black liste slightly Imperfect, but a good every-day' Blocking. All iliti Ki- tra special AA at 3 pain (or New Ginghams, 3 for A splendid range ot Plaid Gingltarns, in every coloring. Mates a cheap home dress. AA 37 Inches wide. 3 yards StriiMd 39c Yard Heavy Dannelette; soft nap. A strong and Una. 30 Inchei wide. AA 4tf yard. Special, yard ..........J9C Grocery Specials for Wedneday and Thursday now have the celebrated Cream uf the West flour in per 98 Ibs. per dozen per dozen 'per Hi.............. -Ayrshire Bacon; per Ib.............. Hull Dos Cleanser; per tin 30c 20c 55c lOc CHINESE PRIMULAS (POTTED) We have an extra fine lot of Primulas in bloom (not deliver- for 20 Ibs. Ashcroft por 100. Iba. 10 Ibs............ Cooking per Ib........... (J9c i 25c BROOMS! BROOMS! A shipment of Brooms just arrived. Special for a abort 90c, LETTUCE, CELERY, AND SWEET POTATOES AR. RIVING FRESH DAILY, No charge tor delivery. Phones 1513, 313. WANTS UNIFORM DIVORCE LAWS most pleasing manner with songs and piano selections. Mr. Raymond por-1 MCTOPiIA, Mar. Ralpji trayed very cleverly Impersonations Smith wtated today 'that .she will in- of a little girl playing "Home Sweet troduce :i resolution asking the isS'ls- hand-organ, box.. 'jlature to call Ottawa's attention to Homo" lit her first party, and of a. the unsatisfactory condition of divorce The playing of the National them brought this most enjoyable evening to a happy conclusion. "rheumatic" affections, diseases of I the heart and digestive disturbances. I No KVBtem of health supervision uf I children can possibly be effective i that does not secure the successful treatment of defects, or thut Mrs. Smith sold that as the to Instruct parents in dental pro- impos ._! phylaxis. tlon waa a federal one, it iroa sible to take direct action, but ah- was In those fortunote communities I wliere there ii; a school dentist tbe ST. PATRICK'S DAY i determined to a compaign leading to uniformity of divorce laws, it possible at least for women i to have equal privileges with men. 0 e Although England, Scotiand, Wale? i p.nd rrance claim the honor of beThg I the birtliplace of St. Patrick, they' THE HOME PANTRY USE SLOAN'S TO PAIN You Can Tell By IU Healthy, n, j Old. faded skirts. to unanimously consented i uouta, Ireiand soie of him patron saint, whose death we commemorate tomorrow. Tbe universal concession Is, how- ever, that he was born at Kllpatrick, near Dumbarton, in Scotland, in the year 3S7. His father belonged to a Roman family ot high rank. When he was sixteen years old, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton, or iniied goods, can be dyed any rich, fadeless color .with Diamond Dyes. Buy no other DAILY STORE NEWS SPEClXL NORDHEIMER PIANO, re- duced price, nialmgfiny: Onti Dnlr at this price. Come in and lee it. Cash or ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 St. Phone 1549, Stimulating Odor, That It Is Going To Do You Good. Mr. a recognized authority on fine cookery, with an international reputation as an originator and unusual dlf-hes, has tra over the world to study tlie menus n{ novel .vened all all and f methodH of dliYerent nations. His jour-, aud keeii it 1mn- ncys have even taken him into the, tonight! A sudden recesses of China and Jupan to so- I only had some Sloan's Lint- How often you're said that! And then when the rheu- matic twinge hours ol forgot it! Uon't do it ii bottle lo- ,dy for use ight! A sudden at Luck may come iaticB, lumhago, nore muiicleg, Niftil .of the Nine .Hpatafsi., nude one euro recipes pricccl by Oriental ept- backache, stiff joints, neuralgln, tho of frequent raids upon Britain, .cures, and our Patrick, among others, wan taken [the benefit of these rcmarkabl ntrlm, In Ireland, and became the in this column which will and to Ai of one of the chleftalne, named Melrt is, rhose flocks he herded in the for seven years. Then adern will be given le exper- ch will appear Mr. Wyman Is the onlv man, In this country at least, who has followed from time to time. pains and fi'cbns from expos- escBjieri and back Britain, up practical experipncft of mnnyj ho became a rnnvert to Chria- years as a uhof and cularar by dev" tlanity and was ordained a priest. From Britain be to ftoul, and from Gaul, some say, to Italy. But. the thought of the Island he bad learn ing all bli tlmo to educational and re search work In bis particular Held. Ntw Salad Dreuingt As wi are both very fond of salada, ed to love kMvlijr M kle wo always quest tor urn. You'll soon liml warmth and re- lief in Kionn's, the liniment that penc. tniUn without rubbing. Clean, econom- ical. Throe, sixes Aiadc in I'anadii. Sloarfs Liniinentgal ;hildrcn shoukl be encouraged to vis- it hits clinic. The time is ac- cording to "Modem when the tttiioul dentist will be cbnsidererl just aa noot'Hii.iry a part of, the school svstinn us is the school prhyipHl hini- BOlf. In school (iGiifal work, where it is Impossible, on account of a hick of facilities, to rare for tun tenth of all the difklruu, tiion tho teetli ol' the children of tbe first two or three grades nliould receive attention first, so thitt uvontuuily the percentage of lipalttiftil mouths in the upper grades will he iutreased. In these days when it has beeotno so fashionable to distribute larga gobs of money for charitable Jind sociolo- Kical purposes, it would that ono o" tbe very best, methods of bone- filUug one's fellow man would be to found, in'all large communities, den- ial (iisporisarfns where those people who cannot afford the services of tho skilled rtentlut could take their child- ren, to have their little lives marie something hotter than one long me- mory nf raging toothaches. Tim benefits in health that have been demonstrated by tho older. CH- tabliBhcr! nllnlr.fi of this type, have shown that thla work is ono of tho most Importani. in the conservation of the health and the prevention of dfaease that has ever bacn under- taken. In communities Uieru are a number of orphanages and other char- itable institutions thut cannot afford the regular services of a dentist with a wqll-nquipjiful office, it ia particular- ly (Icatnible to found cantral dental difliicnearica that will care of alt of Ihn. children in theso homes. In :ibnul, for a method to sp.'iid uumry for Uio public ijuoil, do fur.snt. l.fm mniith. N'nitli council iiavo re- CfTivud 59 applications for tlie jibdl- j tion of town engineer. Suit of Bessie May Caldwtll for Separation and Alimony A sordid matrimonial story it baing unravelled in the Supreme Court, with the suit of Bessie May CtMwell against her husband, Bertram Basil Caldwell. The plalntlt is a qualified school teacher, and marriage of tbo parties took place on September 1904. at Oleichen. Since the mar- ris.se, until July 23rd, 1920. she baa continuously resided with the defend- ant at his ranch, at Caldwell and at C'ardstou. Tbe plaintiff tint on frequent occasions since her marriage the de- fendant has struck her and otherwise treated her in a shameful and brutal manner, and by ill treatment has BUILDING COSTS IN been sold under a lien note. 25 head of cattle, 40 horses, a Ford automo- bile, a Quantity of agricultural ma- chinery, and cash in bank, la all about the value of According to plaintiff's statemem, on July the defendant as- saulted her ordered her to leave their house, for this assault ne wag fined by Magistrate Barker at Oardstou. She left the house on Ju'.y 23rd, and since that date hai continu- ed to live apart. She claims a judicial separation from defendant, an order restraining him from living or cohabiting with her, tiie custody of tho. children by the marriage, four sons aud three daughters, with ranging from 5 years tc 15 years and permanent alimony. The defendant having sold ills ranch has now, the plaintiff claims, no home in which to liTe with hip children, who are now living in a tent near Caldwell. Tho defendant denies tho allega- tions, and in regard to the assault for which be was fined states that, while denying it, it was the result of plain- tiff's continued nagging, whining, and irritation. W. 8. Bali and W. Laurie, of Caril- st.on, for the plaintiff, and H. Oatiund, for the defendant. caused her to suffer a complete break- down of her nervous system. Further she alleges that, by the continued neglect of her husband to provide pro- per food and clothing, serious injury has been caused to her health. By her personal oiertlons, plaintiff claims, she contributed in a srcat de- gree to the accumulation of the pro- perty which defendant now owns, con- aisting of an equity In balance of un- TORONTO LOWERED TORONTO. Mar. J. O. Rey- noldi, business manager of the Toron- to builders' exchange and construc- tion industries, is quoted in an into'- view bore last night as saying that tltcre has been a decrease in the cost of building construction compared with last year's figure of from 36 pur cent. to Tho feature of Mr paid purchase price of four quarter-1 the lowered cost, according to sections, of land, a house and lot lit Iteynolds, Is tlie increased Mountain View, 40 ihcep which have I flcleucjr. ;