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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta IIIURSDAV, MAI'ICH 17. LtnHHKIUUU PAGE FttTJSEM MILADI 1 i ing before, eoiiaistuiR of a canopy of THE SHAMROCK There's a dear little plant that grows in our Isle. f) 'Twss Paint Patrick liimself sure that net it, And the sun on bis labor and pleas- ure did umile, And with dew from his eye often it. i H shimes through the bog, through the brake; through tho mire land, And he called it the dear little sham- rock of Ireland. The dear little shamrock, the sweet llttlo shamrock. The dear little, uwoet little shamrock of Ireland. :4rod in KVIHMI, yt-lluw and with the addition of muiiy otlmr dls-; tincltvt! touches in green, suitable to, Miu occasion. Music was furnished by j Urn Blim Bird Orchestra in fine style, :iud thn floor was in splendid A varied and Interesting program wts; put on to the cnjo.rnwnt of everyone. I Novelty Introduced later In the eventnic and the rooms pre- j sen ted a bright and festal whpn, during the Rainbow dance.; EASTER FROCKS IN CHARMING ARRAY which ushered ID St. Patrick's morn- ing, colored streamers and confetti were thrown, Mias Eileen Cleary. an i a Quaint little Irlub coleen. dispensed J the punch in a prettily decorated cor- ner ot the room. The reception com- mittee consisted of Mm, Miles, Mrs. Clfliiry. Mrs, Wood. Mrs. Temiant was in charge ot" the refreshments. PERSONALS Jliss Lily Adnitt left last visit to England. The Ball, held Tuesday in the Masonic Hall, proved the moat brilltan.t social event of tho sojuion ;and over two hundred guests j of the-local Slirinere-were present to eek for, enjoy the feast of merriment pro-j vided. The hall was arrayed in col- Miss Ruth Maelmin of Fernio, B.C., is tho 01' Mr. and Mrs. E. G. HazpM. when she attended the [luviell .Mr. aiU Mrs. Richard, Hinck.% .S.r., hiive ret timed from a visit to Eng- land. aud Mrs. .1. .Palmer >estenlay moved ty the residence on 1010 Till Avonue south. ors ot" yellow, green and red with draplngs of bunting caught up in the centre of the hall by A crescent moon which shed its rays during the moon- light waltz. In tho west was hung the1 Shrinere' electric emblem, and abobt the( walls were pennants and Following the serving of a delicious lunch, Mr. McMillan of Cowley, dress- ed in kilts, and assisted by Mr. Horn with his Scottish pipes, entertained with Scotch step dances. A special feature of the evening was the prize Friend? and relatives of .Mr. Arthur! in which every guest took part. Kr'sler will he pleased to know that After grave deliberation by the j he recovering from sin operation which he underwent lust Monday. His Royal Highness, the Duke of the laurels were presented to Mr. 0. T.' Lathrop and his dancing partner. Mrs. Edgett, the gentleman's prize being a very useful bouquet indeed Connaught. sailed from India last week and suited to become a refreshing and will join his daughter. Lady Pat-, beverage with the aid of water and rifia RamKp.y in the south of France, j sugar. On behalf of the club. Mr. before proceeding to England. j Harris presented a'bouquet of carna- i Lions to Mrs. W. Txing Cor her aa- lias been received I'rom Van- in making-the Affair such a ccinver. by friends in this city, 'of the success. illness of Mr. O. D. Austin, who is suf-j Many beautiful gowns, graced the Tertng from a nervous occasion; Mrs. Long wore a black Medicine Rat Nevgs satin gown with overdress of lace; Mrs. Harris wore black Mrs. Arthur Voimg who has been Mrs. Leech robin's egg blue floral taf- tho'guest, of Mrs. Trenholme Dickson feta; Mrs. Hodgson yellow satin with for a short time, lias returned to her, a blue net overdress; Mrs. Edgett i yellow georgette with prettily ruffled skirt and Miss Pennefather wore coral Fitxpatrielr, FtrliM satin with skirt drapes of navy grey Patrick's church night iu place Father Greene, who is ill. homo in Macleod. Itrv. M. F. Prfcat. of Medic-Inn Hat. was in chiffon. Many other pretty gowns dty yesterday and preached -at St. were In evidence and each guest-wore a tissue cap. of grcne, yellow or red, while the' Shriners appeared in their fez. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Duns worth have j The following Nobles from out-of- to Kdmnnton to attend the mar- town were present: W. J. Uonrod, R, riage of their son, Dr. Marcus M.; Mnnroc, Medicine Hat; Dr. R. K. Cunsworth, to Miss Ruth Neabitt, i LilUe, Blairmore; H. C. McMillan, which will tako March Mr. and Mrs. Dunsworth will be absent about s week. .nfsxt. Sunday, Cbwley; F. Lance, Calgary; P. M. Leyden, Granum. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -5 Will any members of the MilHriry WEDDINGS Chapter R-E. v.'lm Have donations! A 'lulet wedding took place yester- fnr the raincellaneous stall, being iay at manse' when. Mr. held at the Tea DanFimt on Saturday.: nonald thfTord Aldrich and Miss Iris leave same with the secretary i of Maeratji were united in at the employment hureau before Sat-; ninrtlaBe by Rev. A. H. Denonn. Mr. m-day. or otherwise have them at the'aDl1 Mra- Aldrich have returned to Ma-! (f.W.V.A. dill) rooms hetore .1 p.m. whero 'Heir lut- Saturday. t ure home. Xext March 23, is the date for the annual tea at the Nursing Mission from 3 A good musical program lias been prepared. A BIB COLLAR ON A GRAY SERGE DRESS Gray is one ot the tones tjiat loom larye in the well-dressed woman's ap- parel for spring. This dress of gray serge is fashioned lines, but achieves on very simple individuality by several details In Its design. The bib collar of gray batiste is elaborated with eyelet embroidery. The belt of square steel buckles is held together by gray ribbon. Tiny gray p-earl but- j tons make a straight line down the j centre front of the dress. The hat i has a green-hlue ailk crown. The roll- j ing brim is made of straw. from its; edges is a fringe of blue beads hi the same shade as the silk. mother of the brfdo, was handsomely' gowned iu1 black satin with hcquiu overdre.se, while Mrs. Hose, inoti.er of The groom, wore black satin w.th jet trimmings. Miss .Myrtle Rosd and Mfss Marguerite Hill tu-tfid as door attendants, and those assisting in serv- ing were Miss Agnes Miss Mary Simpson, Mins Helen McKillop and Miss May Young, plrl the bride. Miss Ruth'Maclean of Fer- ple, B.C., was among the out-of-town guesta in attendance. The groom's gift to tlie bride conj sisted of a handsome fitted club to the bridesmaids silver photo loclr- ets, and to tho ushers cuff links. Mr. and Mrs. ROBS left for a trip to Winnipeg and Minneapolis, the bride wearing a smart velour suit of burgundy with seal collar and tyn toque. Upon their return they will reside in Lethbridge. TYROLESE DEFY THE AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT At ihe home of Mr. Mrs. Gillies. 5th Avenue A. the.marriage I tool; plaro yesterday afternoon of Mr. .John Taylor to Miss Maria Jane Mrs. i I pd MI Strom's snctinn' of Hie j Mackay. both of Lethbrtclge. Mr. "Wnmfn nf Legion will George Taylor, brother of tlie groom uine.t at hpr home. 170G 7th Avenue.' was in attendance, also Miss Grace north, for sewing tomorrow afternoon} Kosaine of Druniheller. Rer. A. H. at 2.30. Oenoon was the officiating minister. 17'hft young couple will reside in the j uity. SOCIAL EVENTS TUrs. J. K. Teh-ill was a tea-hour hostess this week in honor of Mrs. J. "McLean Coombs of Winnipeg, who is i'.e suest, of her holme Dickson. cousin, Mrs. Tren- Mr. and Robert Aiulrew.s were very pleasantly surprised at their home 8th Avenue A. south, on Wednesday evening when a number of gathered there in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Andrews. and dancing wen: enjoyed hour. Thai dancing is more until u late than ever was eviflenced by HIP enormous at the damn given by the Kt Patrick's Ladies' Aid in the Ma- Eoulc Hall last About four hundred people were in attendance, a sreat number coming np after tho Kose Haieli nuptials, and KO solici- (tons were ladies in chargn in at- lending to the wants of thp.ir gupsts fiiat every nnn nf the four hundred had u thorourhly enjoyahlo evening. The decorations were the. same as lliose at, the Sliriners' Ball the cven- DAILY STORE SPECIAL MEINTZMAN A CO. PIANO, mahogany, full seven and one- thlrrt octaves, slightly used. or tcrma. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 St. 8. Phone 1645. A of unusual interest took jjlace last evening. March IGth, in Knox church, when Bessie Beatty, eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs, B. G, ITazell. was united in marriage to Frederick Malcolm, youngest son of Mrs. M. Ross. A I, fl.tJO the bride RiHo.tnd the church preceded by the ushere and brides- maids to the strains the wedding R.arch played by Mr. V. Layton, Lnd was given away by her father, Mr. E. G. Hazell, tho ceremony being performed by Rev. A. Tho bride, who' carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses, was becomingly gowned in white satin with georgette overdrape and pearl trimmings, with court, train caught from tbo shoulders, and wore u veil arranged in quaint cap'effect with orange blossoms and pearls. She was attended hy her sis- ters, Misses Nellie and Minnie Hazell. tho former In pale green satin with silver trimming, the latter in pale pink with French rosfibudfi. Each wore a handsome black picture hat and carried pale pink caruations. Thfi groom was attended by his bro- thw. Mr. H. ,f. Rose. Tho church wss simply but effec- tively decorated with palms and ferns, the ushera being Mr, .1. S. Roue and Mr. George Young, .tnd thn -ribbon being Mr. Norris Ktollxc and Mr. Ralph Thrall. During tho .stoning or the register choir, of whkh the bndo and grooni have long been mem- bers, sang "0 Perfect Love." The t'hurch wag crowded to overflowing with friends of the bride and groom who were present cmemonv. to wltnosv the afterwards ft reception was held at the homo of, thu bride's parents', the rooms bpfng her.wilfully (Incoi'atml with daffodils fern.s, and about one hundred and fifty guesta beins in attendance. Mrs. Har.ell, VIENNA, Mar. Tyrol has defied the mandate the central Aust.riaii goverument. forbidding the plebiscite regarding the fusion 'with' Germany, which is to be held ou April "4. The provisional government, in its reply to the federal administration has de- clared there is no federal law pro- hibiting a vote of expression of senti- ment and that it means to go ahead. H has asserted that the holding of the plebiscite does not necessarily moan that action will be taken by the province. The city of Salzburg has decided to hold a, plebiscite. att the same time that Tyrol votes. It is understood that Chancellor Meyer, who is a Tyrolese, has advised Vienna from London to prevent the holding ol' the plebiscite in view of his negotiations there regarding al- lied relief for Austria. "OUCH! THAT OLD Get Out Your Bottle Sloan's Lin? ment and Knock the Pain "Galley-wist" WEREN'T ready for that last quick switch in temperature, were yon? "Left you stiff, sore. full of rheumatic twinges? You should .have had a- bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy that would have penetrated without rubbing, warmed and fiocn eased up the mus- cles, quieted the jumpy, painful, affect ed part and brought' gratifying relief. Helpful in attacks of lumbago, sciat- ica, external soreness, stiffness. strains, aohen, sprains. Got a bottlo at your druggist's. Made in Canada. Liniment Buy "Diamond no oilier kind, then perfect results are guaranteed. Bach package of "Diamond Dyes" con- tains simple dirertioiiH to diamond-dye worn. Khahhy .wklrtw. dresses, coats. stockings. dra- perinn, coverings; everything, whether wool, nilk, linen, cotton or mlxcu goodH. Di'UBBis meni, new. l has rirh, fartolesy colovs. Advertiac- Paris sponsors them! Hence they must be correct. They are correct because they are intense- ly practical, serviceable and lovely. Crepe de chine, taffeta, georgette, poplin and duchesse are among these dresses, in plain and frilly styles, with short sleeves, sashes, round and square necks, and lavishly embroidered in beads. Spring Sport Skirts in a Special Easter Showing High prices made women ?et along with the half-worn things. Now we arc on the threshold of spring, evory- Dne must be outdoors, and prices are normal, coiisy- quently many a new skirl will be selected to wear with sweater or jacket. Among the newest sport skirts are Donegal and Vel- our, plaid, pleated, and plain 'styles. Some of these show the ever-popular pock- et and novelty buttons. lo A New Price Note Sounded in Spring Coats Fresh and new from the fashion Centres come many .new versions of the spring sport coats revealing Polo Cloth, Fisken Tweed and Lovet in very fetching styles, with tuxedo fronts, shawl collars and narrow belt- ed effects, with novelty, slit and patch pockets, trimmed with large novelty celluloid and bone buttons to match. All these are shown to good advantage in colors of fawn, sand, saxe, shite, bisc, copen, reiii- Vlcer and combinations ol colors iu heather mixtures. 19.50 to 67.50 Floor Oilcloth and Linoleum Rugs We have just received a direct shipment of these rugs in the very newest styles. Floor oil- cloth rugs range in size from 3x3 to-6x9; Linoleum rugs from 6x9 to 9x12. These are now ready for your inspection. ____ Friday Saturday Grocery Specials Primulas, in full bloom (potted) 69c Apricots. IJbfoy's Rose- dale, is; per tin Choice dreamery Butter; per Ib.........x..... a IhB. fur Ayrshirn Liacon Rolls; per Ib............... 'per per Ib........i...... Peanut Sutler per Ib............... White Ibs. for 30c 58c 55c 30c 20c 40c 25c We expect a shipment of Head Lettuce, Rhubarb, Cauli- flower, Celery, and Radishes. Charms: n-u. 6 for Soups: vegetable ami tomato: per tin Dominion Soup; vegetable and tomato: tins for Siigar- fil lljs...... No extra charge for delivery' PHONES 313, 1513. 25c 20c )le and 25c Easter Necessities for Men and Boys FREE WITH EVERY BOY'S SUIT With every boy'R suit purchased here Friday and Saturday we give free one pair of black golf hoie. heavy rib, (aTerags price oC hose sine to Ht boy witti suit. Prices of suits marked in plain fig- ures. All sizes and styles. Norfolk, senii- NTort'olk and waist line. All in special offer two days only. Remember, cms pair or Hose Free. price, to KNOCK-ABOUT PANTS FOR BOYS Boys' bloomer pants, made from strong' heavy tweedn, heavy factors' cotton lining throughout, well finished, aitra buttons and cloth lor mending. Sizes 5 years to 15 years. Prices Boys' Jerseys and Sweaters All our boys' wool jerseys aod sweaters are marked down 25% so you may know we hare wonderful values. All colors; button and roll ueck. Prices Prices Prices New Spring Neckwear Our full range ot is north your attention before sel- ecting your Easter tie.. Atkln- ,00 poplins In all shades and new styles, fancy silks and knitted all in this range. Prices, 50c, Serviceable Men's 1 Men's odil dress or work pants, in tweeds, serges, inacki- aaw cloth, corduroy and bedford cord. Corduroy; reg. Bedfords; reg. Mackinaw Cloth; reg. for Serges; regular for We Are Making Special Offers On Our Un- derwear Stanfield's pure wool com- binatioa rib, well made and finished. Sizes 36 to 44. Prices for Prices for Prices for "PeabodyV the Bert Pcabody'ii overalls, in plain blue stripes, "all'well finished. Regular S3.25 per garment, PA they last, per Hats anil for Men and We have a fceautiful selection of wen's-.felt and tweed hats, In all King and Buckley. Priced Well finished, beautiful Donegal, tweed hats, in new snipei, at The new skull cap for ttojs, in chili colors. This is new and very becom- ing to the young fellow. Price.......... WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A BEAUTIFFUL RANGE' OF' MEN'S TWEED CAPS FOR OUR EASTER TRADE; DONEGAUS ARE VERY NEW. .75c Silk Neb, Ma line nets iu fine jirade silk; 42 inches wide: comes iu shades ot cerise, green, pale blue, maize, pink, white, pekin anil black. Was r A tor. per yard... v New Yard Tricotiiie silli.s, in lovely Hiiailes uf hlue. pink, coral, dove and mauve. Full