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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MARCH , 1921 PAGE SEVENTEEN' Daily Fashion By Mario Belmont ** ** '2* *** *** *** ? ? ? mnUy lnr,t ovdiiiii!; {ii honor o� Mrs. ,1. McLoaTi Coombs Of WinnljJOK, who THE WXV OF HAPCINE8S > In vlaUIng with Airs. Troiiho'lmd DlcU-.> . oonld Hyn, from day to day WlUitnit h. oloud of crvo ";. dim l.ho aiinshlno on oiir wny And draw tho Bhadows iinnr, AVoiiJd we bo happier than we arc, Ko thorn our roao of life to mar? All, surely not! Wo cannot tlnd Tho WiMS that holds no blighl, Unlftfls with ateadfant heart and mind Wo toll to snln tho llRht: Body ami aonl are half a live Without tho wish and will to strive! -Ilamiltoii Wlllliinus **', ' ? > ? ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? .> Ir. and Mrs. ,1, W. Rains of KIpp. Mrs. D. A. 'i'aylor.  Invitations have been insued tor a (lance behiK Riven by tho IiOthbrldgc Tennifi Club in tho Masonic Hall on Frliluy evening, April 1. Tho patron-(!KSGB are Mrs. P. W. Pennotather. Mvn. W. D. L. Hardle, Mr.'s. J. D. HiK-inbotham, Mrs. .1. G. Robert.'^on, Mrs. R. H. HinokB and 'Mrs. 0. B. A. Rice.   � Those attending the whlat drive .'Tiiveii by the Women of Mooaehoart Legion this week had a very enjoyable tlnip, the prlao wlDners being as foUow.s: lady's (Irnt. Mrs. V. Will-lame; .�jfteond Mrs. Carter. conHola-tlon Mrs. Nese. Gentlemen's first Mr. .loiios, second Mr. G�nt, consolation Mr. Scott.  *  Happily blended, the anniversary ot the Women's Relief Society of the Ti. D. church and St. Patrick's Day wore appropriately observed in the social hall of tho church last night. An excellent program was rendered, lunch served, and a jolly hour ot group #imes enjoyed. Specially interesting was the number by the Italian Entertainers. Tho makeup was excellent.   * Miss .lenny McKay, whoso marriage to Mr. K ,T. Taylor took place on Wednesday, was agreeably surprised at i I her home, 612 6th street south, this Mr. D. 11. Elton is leaving for Vul-|week when, prior to hor marriage, .;ui today where ho. will b-i a speaker j the ladies of the Robelcah lodge ga-at the meeting of tli Club. Community real and Now York, tho bride and groom win proceed to Bernjuda, where they will visit with the Jsrlde's pur-nnts, and upon their return in .Tune will make Ijethbrtdgo thi^r home.- (Calgary papers please copyl. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? i' �^ ? ? ? : ? CITY ACTIVITIES "'ort  Sasltatchewan. .secretary-treasurer. : ? ? ? ? * ? "-I fully celebrated last evening at the home of Miss E. Klpp. 1-115 6th Ave. south. wlten^Miss Klpp. In conjunction with Miss L. Porter entertained the Camp Fire Girls of Wesley church. A merry party of young people gathered to enjoy an evening ot games and music, concluding with the serving of dainty rofreshments.  * � I-ast evening Mr. and Mr.i. George H. Dixon delightfully cnlerlalnod at a yt. Patrick's card party and dance in lionor of tho Lethbridge Hockey team. The color scheme for decorations and favors was artistically carried out In green and white. The fortunate winners at "500" were Mrs. R. A. Crawford and Mr. G. Reber, while the consolation went to Mrs. G. Reber and Mr. Fred Grant. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and d.nncing brought a very enjoy .able oveniug to a close. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. G. Reber, Mr. and Mrs. Fred iJrant, Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Oawford, Misses B. Hilling. A. Washbrook, J\l. AVIater, Ij. Young, M. McCambly and Messrs. V. Podger, \V. Henderson, F. Henderson, W-. Ferguson, McPee and F. Boucher. ? ? ? ? ? > ? > ? .{..;. .j. .j, (I'rdm Our Own Corrennondent) ' TABBR. Mar. 15.-A diiipt wedding took place at St. Thebdon-'s church on Wednesday morning, when Miss Hannah Boll, a member of tho nursing staff at the TaI)or hospital, who has boon but a short (line here, became tho bride of Mr. Burt Congdon of Medicine Hat. The bride and party motored from tlio hospital to St. Thoodoro's, where iho ceremony was performed by Rev. F. IJ. Lcacroft, rector ot the church. Miss Fowler, head nurse at the hospital, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Gpo. Hcdcll, as this opening some esqulsite embroidery is done in reddish . brown silk thread. The short sleeves reveal similar decorations. The Junction of skirt and waist is cleverly concealed by a softly draped sash of the silk. The skirt, shirred at the waistline, is elaborated with patches ot embroidery.' Slip-in pockets are concealed be-ncat-ii the upper patches. The white straw hilt is covered with white crepo de chine stitched with white silk that looks like f|uilting. man, both being the recipients of beautiful souvenirs of the occasion (rom the groom. After the ceremony the wedding party adjourned to the White Lunch for an impromptu repast, proceeding later to the depot, wiiere the happy couple took tho westbound to Calgary tor tho honey moon. On their rpt\irn tliey will re side at IMediclne Hat. .Mr. Congdon being a C. P. R. engineer on tlie Swilt Currcnt-Afedicine Hat run. white throughout. Loops of those colors, prettily intermingled, joined together in the centre ot the room, while about the walls hung Shamrock leaves. The windows were daintily arranged, consisting of liuttering shamrocks that hung from long green i streamers suspended from the lop. The programs were another pretty feature, being made of huge shamrocks whore Pat and a pretty ooleen danced the Irish jig. .-'l varied program of dances whs enjoyed by the guests, to the music furnished by the Blue Bird Orchestra. The reception committee was composed of Mrs. Fred Hick, regent of the Major .lack Ross chapter, I. O. D. K., Jlrs. Conybeare and Mrs. i\Iac-Millan. The retroshmcat commiitoo was headed b.v Mrs. Frank Medley, assisted by Mrs. Westloy, Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Wakelin. * �  BILL IS UiNCE mm Special Commitlee of Commons Hears Proposed Amendments to nie Act Women's Institute Conference, Tafeer, Tuesday and Wed A splftudid program .hae been ar-' ranged for tho Alberta Women's Institute which holds its fourth district conference at Taber on Tuesday and VVednesduy of next week, March 22 and L'3. It is expected that a large number of dologiilps representing Ibv. various constituendos will be present. I''ollowing Is the program. ALRIillTA WO.\H':.\"S INSTITUTE ; No. 1 DiEtrlct Conference i AT TABKR , Tuesday and Wednesday, Afurch i 22 and 2:1, lOL'l. Program Presiding omcor-Mrs. F. W. Hughes, ('avendish, district director. Tuesday Mornlna 10.00-Assembly singing. 10:15-Call to order-District IM-rector. Address of welcome, Taber Women's institute. Reply to address of welcome, Mrs. U. R. Mclvor, Cowley, i iO:".'-Constituency reports from ' Cardston. Gleichon. Claresliolm. 11:00-Assembly singing. 11:15-Constituency reports from \ Taber and Medicluo Hat. Discus- | slon. Resolutions. ; Tuesday Afternoon ] :|:'!.�;-;-Assembly singing. i 1;: 0(1-District- director's address. I Mrs. F. W. Hughes, Cavendish, Music. 2:3,"!-Constituency reports from Row Valley, High River, Red Cliff. Assembly sln.^ing. Constituency reports from Little Bow, Maclcod, Discussion. �1:00-.-Sddrcss "The Development of the Municipal Hospital Ac^." Mr. A. IC Whiston, Sec. Municipal Hospital Branch. Resolutions. Tuesday Evening S:00-Assembly singing. .S:20 - Address. "Tho Upward Climb," Mrs. Nowhall, Calgary. Music. Reception. Wednesday Morning 9:4'.-Assembly singing. 10:00-Constituency reports from Pincher Creek, Rocky Mountain, Olto-toks. W'arner. 10: in-Assembly singing. 10:.')0-Constituency reports from Calgary. Discussion. 11:00-Talks and discussions; "Program .Making." (1) Planning tiie year's work; (2) Value of printed program: 1:!) i-^ntertainmcnt: (11 Si)ccial meetings; (ai Summer outings; (b) Special evenings; (c) Open meetings; (d) Special festivities. Resolutions. Wednesday Afternoon 1:4,"j-Assembly singing. 2:00-Address. "Work and Scope of the Constituency Colivener." Mrs. J. N. Beaubier, Champion. 2:2.3-Solo. 2 :li-*i-Question period. Answers (by ;\Iis3 Noble, Miss Maclsaac and others.. ::',-"�-.-VRsomlily sinking. P.; 15-Round table conference. emnant Day Saturday 19th A big assortment of odds and ends of all kinds and descriptions to be cleared at tempting prices. Serges, Suitings, Coatings, Broadcloths, Gabardines, Silks and Satins, Cottons, Prints, Drills, Shirtings, Nainsooks, Flannels, Towellings, Flannelettes, Linings, Ginghams, Voiles, Crepe Cloths, Muslins, Crepe de Chinee, Georgettes, Ribbpus, Laces, etc. AB Prices from y4 to 1/2 Off This is your chance to pick up suitable lengths at great reductions. TOMORROW WE WILL OFFER A REAL REMNANT SALE EASTER SHOWING ANNOUNCEMENT IN SATURDAY EVENING'S PAPER vision of IMiblic School Course of Studies." Discussion lead by Mrs. 11. Rogers, Ft. Saskatchewan. Goil Save the King. Fire wliich broke out in the Jani-zen lilock. Kitchener, did $2.',000 dam-Re- age. The John Hopkin's School ot Nursing .-Mumnae support a group of women known as "hourly nurses." who are fully registered nurses, who go to the homes of the sick and perform such services as rofiuire expert skill, for whicli a charge by the hour is made. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIEfe CO. You will find we can make the terms to suit you. WILLIS PIANOS LTD. AGENTS FOR WILLIS, KNABE, .-ind CHICKF.RING PIANOS HULL BLOCK. 707 THIRD AVE. SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE. Instead of the bovs" sen-ice. announced for Sunday morning next, the pastor of Weslej' cliurch -will speak on "Christ's enlranco into .rerusalem." a Palm Sunday service. At the evening service tlie choir will render Maunder'b Cantata, "Penilenco, Pardon and Peace." * �  The Women of Mnoseheurt Legion j have decided to hold their social evening in the -Moose Hall on Monday evening. OTTAWA. Ma rcU : ';18.- (Can a d ian Press)-Aniondment.-i tV the Reinrned Soldiers' Insurance Act wore uiider review today before thOKpe;'ial committee of parliament. .M'Ost of tho amendments proposed wei-a administrative In natujfe aivd were.Q^lained by G. D. I Finlayson, superintendent of insur-} ance. i Kxlehsion of the iwt lo cover acci-l dent and sickne.^s benefit.'^ to return-! pd men was urged by- fbc G.-W. V. A. \ but the proposal Was opposed on the ground that it would ^drt enormously to costs of adminletratlon and would' present immense, dKRtSuUies. "The committee adjourned at 1 o'cloclc I until Monday morulnRnext when the ' I (!. W. V. A. pension proposals will bo! I I ? ? ? ? 0(i he paid at tho dealli of the insurcl Four $500 policies had been taken out under the act. | F. W. Nosbitt thought the cash payment was too high, Inexperienced persons might hn induced to make bad investment by "glib-tongued agents". He thought the act as it stands w-as belter than the proposed amendments. The amendment in question w-ould popularize the insurance scheme, lie said, .\dding to Iho good risks, ho.v-evcr, would not, bring any profit to the government as the rates were net. It would give a larger surplus ot income for a few years, however. The propo.scd amendments to section 10 were to remove an aiiparentj discrimination between thc-dejiendcnts ' of Canadian and irapcrltH soldiers. I The.Canadian bcnenciaviea on recoiv- PURE FOOD MARKETS rices Every Week Shows a Further Decline We have secured for this week-end a special lot of Grain Fed Lambs. These will be on sale on Saturday at prices less than you can buy at any other market in the city. bride, were witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. i Austin left on tho afternoon train for Bernmda and at Medicine Hat wore joined by Mr. Austin's brother, who, with his wife, is leaving for a three moutlis' trip to J'Jngland. After spending a few days In iMont- [ i ing a pensicni would no longer have their innurance Imt would have the premiums returned with interest. This! l)rovision did not apply to imperials at present. Tho proi)osod clause was an equali-icer. DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL HEINTZMAN & CO. PIANO, nii.boKany, full seven and one- tliird oi-t.:ives. slightly used. (':i;h 01' icrins. ASSlNmOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6tb SL e- Phone 1545. Mayor Sloplions of Niagara Falls, Out., scut a i.'al)b'^r;nn of congmlula-tions to Ceiicial Smuts on his victory at the elect ion in South Africa. It wa's as follows: "Ci.-neral Smuts, i'rctoria'. Accept my loiigraiulations upon your vlctorv. All Canadians Jiuve fidlowed with lively inlprest your light for the continuance oi .South Africa as an important. Mipnilier uf the original Leai;-up ())' .Naiinns, the Hritish i-:nipirr'. W'c recof-nizp in >-oiirHelf an oiitstandin'.; firin-p ill tills .!;rcat iOmpire. 11. iv Stephens." 6 30c c Lamb. 20c The average weight on legs, loins and shoulders is from 5 to 6 lbs. each. There is nothing nicer on the market today. Please place your orders early. Buy where you are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada. Two women were chosen mayors !n the village aud� towu elections in iviiaucsola. DOMINION FISH MARKET Phone 545 MAIN MARKET Phone 412 DOMINION MARKET Phone 1654 708931?4 ;