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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAltC.ll 111, Ul'Jt THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY HEUAT.O PAGE ELEVEN UJ4 MILADI Daily Fashion By Mtrit (tlmon! Easter Wearables THE VERY WISE W" nr? tho wise.'the vory wise- All things we understand; I ll. n; no trick tu analyze And give them breed and brand. We know the distances of night ifrom Pleiades to Mara Am! wo can measure all the lifeht Of all the shining stars. And yet, 1 wonder, could we place A single star in all of space? Malloch. PERSONALS .j. f. Mrs. Frank Hedlcy will not receive tomorrow. Ur. Cecil Mahon of Taber is spend- ing a few days in Calgary. Mr. Layden of Granum was a vis- itor in the city last evening, attending tho Shriner's ball. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson of Kipn were visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. W. J. Lloyd, formerly of Lcth- bridgo. now residing in Vancouver, is spending a few days in the city. Wh4t was the commotion last even- ing that uuni'il all the passengers on tin' main strci'U In stop and stare, that caused blinds lo be suddenly shol up and palled down again, that caused people to suddenly rush to doorways and peer forth? No. it wasn't a crowd of Jubilee Singers suddenly gone mad. It was merely tho Herald family out for thoir biennial sleigh ride. Three sleighs rounded up at the Herald office last evening and wore loaded vip with young people who enjoyed one of the jolllest sleighing parties ot the season, proceeding to make merry ,in most melodious form as' they took in tho sights of tho city via sleigh. Music was not lacking in the shape of var- ious musical Instruments, Mipplement- ed by songsters who rendered every- thing from "Files" to "K-K-Katy" with much pleasure to themselves, it not to the public. Following a couple of hours sleigh- ing, the party repaired to Kirkby's to do justice to a splendid slipper, which made a neat finish to the evening's en- tertainment. .5. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will 1m a meeting of the j Home Nursing Branch of the St. John I Ambulance Brigade tomorrow evening at 7.30 at the hqnie of Miss Bawden. Anyone who has passed the First Aid and Home Nursing examination and Mr. Lance of Calgary and'Mr. Con-i any nurses in the city, are qualified of Medicine Mat were visitors in to join and are invited to attend the feet on the wide turnback tuxedo col- the city last evening, in attendance at the Shriners ball. lar. This striking decoration also ap- pears on the lower part of the sleeves meeting tomorrow night. V X Tiie Ladies' Aid of the Christian and the turnback cuffs. A band of the Mr. Harold Kirby left last night for 'church will meet tomorrow afternoon i black and .white checks is knitted into CaVgary after spending a few days in at ?.30. All are invited, the city, during which time he gave ;i A KNITTED SUIT FOR SPORT WEAR White wool is used for the fashion In the glorious new modes we have assem- bled for Easter one sees all the little distinguish- ing details, the smartness and the high quality fashionable women demand in their attire. The styles are strikingly original and even the col- ors and fabrics are refreshingly suggestive of spring. Those who select Easter outfits now have the advantage of wider assortments and better service. Besides, prices are so favorable there is no reason to wait. Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses, Cloves, Corsets and Hosiery Everything ready for the Easter trade. pleasing concert in Wesley church. Nothing has been overlooked in the the skirt, which otherwise is quite plain. A white belt is placed aboi't the waistline. With the sport shirt ot Mr. and Mrs. A. U. McOuiro are ing being held by the Ladies' Aid of leaving tomorrow tor a visit iu the, St. Patrick's church, in the Masonic east. I hall. This will be one of the most I spectacular and enjoyable of the sea- Friends of Mrs. D. V. Jackson will son's dances. preparations for the. dance this even- j iieavy white crepe a big black tie is wocn. bo pleased to know that she is pro- gressing favorably after her recent operation at the Gait Hospital, Leth- bridge Hat News. Ladies who are donating towards: the refreshments for the Major Jack i Ross dance are asked to have their! donations in if possible before, two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, in the Lady Maud Mackintosh, the Mar- quis of Harlingtou and the Mar-'K. P. hall, chloness of Harlington will arrive in Ottawa next month on a visit to There will he an executive and soc- their parents, the Duke and Dwche: ot Devonshire. Latly Rachel Cavendish will re- turn to England shortly, sailing on March 24 by the Empress of Prance. She will be accompanied by her ess i ia! meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Army and Navy Veterans this evening.at S o'clock in the parlor ot the Alexandria hotel. Ladies of the Y. M. C. A. Auxiliary are reminded of ihe meeting to be held two friends, Lady Margaret Scott at the home of Mrs. A. M. ilarshall 'anil Miss Katharine Ryder, who have on Friday evening at -3.30. Will those been guests at Government House in Ottawa for three months. who have sewing finished kindly bring it with them? Mrs. W. A. Hamilton who lias been The Sir Alexander Gait chapter T. spending a brief holiday at Moose 0. D. B. will hold its regular monthly .law and Weyhum. returned yesterday, meeting at the Armouries on Thurs- She was accompanied by her mother day, at J! p.m. All members are re- Mrs. Margaret Metheral who will visit quested to be present as this is thu witli her some time. i first meeting in which the new officers rt will be iu charge. Tho Music Department of the Jlath- SOCIAL EVENTS Club will meet at the home of Mrs. M. .1. Gibson, 1256 4th Avenue S., at S. o'clock tomorrow evening. A reception under the auspices of j The United nhnrch choir will meet all tho women's organizations ill the in tfin church instead of the hall, to- city will be tendered the Duchess of. morrow evening at 7.30. Devonshire on tho occasion of her visit j with the nuke of Devonshire to Cal-1 All members of Wesley W. M. S. gary on April S. It wss decided also' executive are asked to meet at the to present an illuminated address to home ot Mrs. Dowslpy on Thursday af- tlie duchess. The reception will be, ternoon at :J o'clock. S.. parcel of clothing; Mrs. Mc-C'lena-! ghan. (104, 12th St. H.. parcel of cloth- ing; Miss Jean McClcnr.ghan, books. F. DAVEY, i (Matron.) I SHORT COURSE STATEMENT The Local Council of Women are very grateful tor the assistance given thum by all, who helped in any way lo make the Short Course so suc- cessful. i Monty Donated Four Chapters of the I.O.D.K..3100.00 C.P.R. Social and Athletic club 35.00 Donations from thoso unable lo billet anyone I'-T.OO Knights of Columbus 25.00 From different wholesale com- The New Suits In the front rank of fashion. Smart youth- giving lines; pretty touches of color in the new vest fronts; box backs or belted styles; excel- lent qualities of trico- tines and botany coating serges; richest linings and trimmings. Priced more reasonable than you've seen for years. S70, The Easter Dresses Come in Extremely Clever Styles The rivalry .between the narrow and the full silhouette extends from modes of satin to fine serges, taffetas and tricolettes. Youthful and alluring are the frocks enhanced with brilliant embroidery and beads, and original panel treatment; also some be- coming costumes of a combination of materials. Serges and Tricotines and Satins and Taffetas at 440, and Georgette and Satin Selling at to panies 33.00 One organization............ 15.00 For goods on hand 9.00 Expenditures Rental of hall ..............S 25.00 Gas, light and beat 43.15 Meats 58.00 Groceries, including bread .11.04- Ice cream, etc.............. Mr. Laycock. for services..... 20.00 Higinbotham's, supplies 1 LOO Badges Flowers S.no Stamps and breakage 3.of held in connection with the civic re- ception being tendered to the vice-1 option being tendered to the vice- j The Thistle Sewinet cjrcle is having regal party on their visit, which will a benefit dance on Wednesday, March be their last before leaving Canada. 23, in Burgmann's hall. S: Mr. Harold Kirby. the distinguished The United Church Young People's English baritone, who arrived in the Bible class is holding a class social city from Calgary on Sunday, has been at the home of Mrs. Wlnton, fiSO 12th entertained in various homes in the; St. C. North, on Friday night. March city during his visit here. On Satnr- j 18. day evening and Suuuay afternoon he was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Merri- Si'-W.OO BLANCHE R. CltAIO. Treas. Local Council. The New Piece Goods in. Voiles and Organdies Are Prettier Than Ever and the prices much lower than you have paid for years. 40-INCH FANCY VOILES, in dark, medium, and light shades. Special, per 95c, 40-INCH PLAIN ORGANDIES, in pink, sky, rose, iTSjio, copen, navy, and brown. Per yard..................-.-.....-.-. I O 40-INCH FANCY ORGANDIES, helio, orchid, pink and sky. Selling at, OK per thow. 506 14th street and on Sunday Miss Bfiteinan wishes to announce i that her Sundav school class is -hold-' sang solon at the Christian Science' ing a St. Patrick's tea in the ladies church in the morning, and at Wesley I parlor between the flours of 3.30 and in tho craning, after which he was 6 p.m. on Thursday afternoon. entertained at the home of Mr. and a Mrs. P. Lund. On Monday, Sir. Kirby -If tvas the guest of the Rotary Club at their luncheon. Monday evening was well occupied, as Mr. Kirby not only gave a most interesting concert, but was entertained at the home of Rov. and Mrs. Cragg. after which be was a GYM. AGAIN Gym classes will bn started at the Y.M.C.A next Tuesday. This news will be received with pleasure, by those ladies who of the Mathcsisns. Mr. mjs3ed this form of exer- left for Calgary last nicht. At the r-ml of tho month he will asain visit Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cottani enter tamed very pleasantly at a, St. Pat- rick's card party at their home last evening. The decorations were ap- clse lately. The instructor will be Mr Kirby .who wilt hold the classes_frOm 8 to S.30. Swimming classes will be con- tinued at the usual hour in the afternoon and 'at 9.30 in the evening. propriately carried out ia groen and .5. T.-hito, with the addition of many pretty potted plants anu with daffodils centering the tables. At the conclus- ion of many interesting games of Five Hundred, the winner was found to I "be Mrs. H. McG. Young, while Mr. Grant carried oft the consolation prize. At the conclusion of play music was enjoyed and dainty refreshments were served. DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL HEINTZMAN t CO. PIANO, mahogany, full seven and one- third octaves, slightly used. Cash or terms. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 Bth St. 8. Phone 1645. MATRON'S REPORT CHILDREN'S SHELTER During the month of February six children were in the Shelter, none ad- mitted, discharged. Tho health of the children has been good, none needing 'medical attenlion. The following donations during the past month are gratefully acknowl- edged National System of Baking, buns onco a week during the month; the teachers of the primary department. Wesley Sunday Scboof. milk, brrad and butter; Lethhridge Masonic Lodge j No. 3D, cakes and sandwiches; Knights of Pythias, sandwiches: WCH- I ley Ladles' Aid, pies, cakes salads, I bultfir and pickles; Mrs. I'inhorn, Coutts, box of clothing, books and shoes; Mrs. Chadwick, MS, 12th St. CIVIL SERVICE ACIPO Moderately Priced Coats Fill Every Spring-time Need Three-quarter-or seven-eighths length; raglan or set-in sleeves; the trimmings consist of floss stitch- ing braids and embroidery. There are various colorings and a f ihe act, it th'; outside service, co.'lisjn inndill- ons can lio I'ftected. iln? at the >u of the government to a speech alleged to have! been made by Capt. Adains of the Canadian.naval service iu Vancouver, in whic hnaval officers were alleged to linvn said that al- though small ships wen; aood in their way the Dominion riinulral a striking modifications, it Is understood, ii a roi-iuu r.f the of di control ''e part of fie mem ol' parliar eut in !'io selection of; force in time uf war. and that it was 1'i'nniial lubovr-ra. and possib'y :u flic I time I hut Caiiailn horn her fair shave c.-is-c of domo ijtlicr of employ- of tile naval ilefuiisi- "f the empire. i-.. Murphy if Capl. 'The i is HOTC tlon." MMation. It is ia o; under- nrupora- nirdn this stalemt M'. w.th the V.now- leilgo and coins it of tho government Miti U not was it thi; iulenUoii of thu government to lake him to task for H. Premier's Reply The premier replied that until Mr. Murphy spoke, ho was not aware that there was a C.ipl.. Adams in the Can- adian naval service. But Capt. Adams was doubtless aware that the laws of Canada were made by the representa- tives of the people. Activities of "Pussy Foot" Tho activities of "Pussy Foot" John- son, the American prohibitionist, was the subject of questions by Hon. W. S. Fielding. Mr. Klehiing asked if the soveni- incut was aware that the oflicer com- manding the Windsor district Ivul re- fused lo permit the Dominion Alliance to hold a meeting in the Windsor arm- ory, if Mr. Johnson was to spuak, and If'it was the Intention of the t'i'vorn- meiit to uphold the decision. hi replying cu behalf of the IL llilKil (IlitlnVi.. inlu'alflr of militia, that ln> luid ;.n tuin from 111'? Dominion I'M' permission to use the armory and had forwarded instructions by wire to Ihe officer commanding the London dis- itrict to grant the necessary permie- j sion on the usual terms. Reid To Speak Soon Hon. .1. n. Reid, minister of rail- ways and canals, in replying to a rijies- tion by J. H. Sinclair (Ar.tigonish) he proposed to make his usual rli'.tement on the Canadia'i National Uailways a few daye. Ke under- stood that the minister of marine would shortly make a statement re- garding tiie Canadian Mercantile Ma- rine. Premier Meighen replying to Hon. MacKeuzie-King, said he had ral no statement regarding the elec- tions in York-Sunbury or any other constituency. The Budget H. W. Jacobs (George Elienue Car- tier) asked whether a report to the effect that tho budget would be brought ilo'.vu one week after the East er recess was correct. Sir Henry Drayton replied that lie kiieu- nothing1 of tho report. Work on the budget was going on day und night. Mr, Jacobs, pressing his nskcd v.hothnr tlu.'ru was pjally so- ing to be a general tariff revision this session. The minister replied that work was proceeding day and nii3-bt. Tin; time of its complelion depended t.i a cpr lain extent on the number of received. WILL ARBITRATE LOSSES ON BACON SENT TO ENGLAND TORONTO, Mar. bis arbi- tration between the Canadian packers and the BrUtBll ministry of food be- fore {he arbitration court of the don produce exchange is expected Sb begin on April 1. The court is to decide who shall bear the losses on exported Canadian bacon due to the fluctuation of prices in England. Thi' amount involved may vary between and Next Tues- day, E. C. Fox of the William Davies Co. and J. S. MacLean of the Harris Abbatoir, leave for London, sailllli.' from Now York. F. M. Matthews of the Canadian Packing company, left some days ago and the two represenU atives of Gunns Limited and tho Swift Canadian company. Messrs. Moffatt and Taploy. will leave for England shortly. They will be on hand when the arbitration opens in Lon- don. Fire did considerable damage to liic waiting room and ticket office of thu N. S. ami T. railway at Niagara Falls, Out. Claude O. JnhiiHtou. au'c.d twu years, Kitchener, died as thu result of an operation to remove a lead hitlttm which he had swallowed. ;