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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. MAMC.II 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALC PAGE SEVENTEEN MILADI WORK I 4 4. "Let me but do my work from day to j day In flolil or forest, at the desk or loom, J In roaring market-place or tranquil Lfil mo but find It In my heart to pay When vagrant wishes beckon we astray; 'This is my work; my blessing, not my doom, uf all who live, I am the one by whom This work ran bast be done !n tho right sliull I see it not too great or small To suit my spirit and to prove my powers; Then shall, I cheerfully greet the laboring hours, And cheerful turn, tbe long shadows fall At eventide, to play mid love and rest, Because I know for me that work is best." Van Dyke. PERSONALS A A .j. .j. .j. EVENTS Mrs. Wright who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wright has re- i turned lo her home in Medicine Hat. j A very enjoyable time was spent on Thursday evening at the Whist Drive held in the Moo.se Hall by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Army and Navy Vet- erans. The prices were won as fol- lows- Ladies' first. Mrs. Weedfln; second. Mrs. li. Scott; consolation law, and wilt visit for a few days in Taber en route. The many friends of Mrs. A. K. Me- Corvle will be pleased to hear that she is proRresie'ng cicely after her cent operation in the Van Haarlem hospital. i Itev. Thomas Powell, Superintendent of Missions for Southern Alberta Is i expected to arrive in the city today i and will preach at both services at the United Church tomorrow. V Jinimie Maxwell, who underwent a Horioua operation in tho Van Haarlem hospital is doing as well as can be expected. Miss E. II. Ualgloish of Nobleford a visitor-in the city yesterday ett route to Calgary. Mrs. L. Skmulberu who has been ill in the Convalescent Home for several weeks has left for Sunnyview Sanitor- lum at Kamloops, B. C. Rev. C. II. Sykes of Caiagary was a visitor in the city yesterday, and spoke last evening at the Father and Sou banquet. Mrs. J. J. McKay and baby of Bar- I ous were visitors in the city for a j few days this week. R. Tl. llarman arrived in tbe city yesterday from- Saskatoon and is the guest 'of Mrs. L. M. John.itone. F. W. llafoe returned to the city 'this, morning after a visit in Ed- w- Scot" consolation monton and Peace River i Mvs- Sentleman's first, Mr. J. f I bkdpon; second. Till-, Lothian; consol- I ation, Mr. Bartlett. I j The tea and miscellaneous shower I given yesterday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. P. D. Crerar, 123S 7th Avenue south, for the Ladies' Aid of St. Pat- rick's church was well-attended. The rooms were beautifully decorated in srcen- with-the addition of many have baen -wintering at Cnrdiual. On-. while Easter tario, are in the city where Mr. Webb I hlles 'ho tea-table. Mlsa Ur- is taking'medical treatment from ?.u'.a uelPed entertain very de Woodcock.......... Mr. T. Tl. Sundal of Talie itor in the city today. Mrs. A. Canghey and daughter Lorna who have been visiting In Calgary for the past three weeks, have returned to the city. Mr. ana'Mrs.' Webb of Turin, who Rev. R: Cfcgg' of Car'm'ahgay is ex- pected to arrive? in the city next week :ind will conduct a series of special services in the United church, follow- ing .bis arrival.. a Mrs. M. Beards and daughter who wsre visitors in the city for a few days with Mrs. W. P. Roy and Mrs. A. Hal! have left for their home at Ret- lightfully by playing several very fine selections on the piano. Mrs. A. C. Saunders poured. Assisting In serv- ing the guests were Mrs. T. Long, Mrs. J. M. Oilmour and Mrs. R. Rogers. On St. Patrick's evening Superlntcn- dent PenhefaCher of the Royal Canad- I Ian Mounted Police gave a. highly suc- cessful stag party at his home. About twenty-eight guests, composed of lead- ing citizens of Lethbrldge, sat down to a splendidly served banquet, pre- sided over by Mr. Pennefathej. The evening was most pleasantly spent by the guests, the.music being supplied Daily Fashion I Bv the Humming Bird By H.rl. Salmon. Montad I CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A highly interesting program has been prepared for the Nursing MIs- which is being held nest Wed- i iiciidav in the -Nursing Mission from j to fi Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Me-! i Killop will net as pianists. The solo-1 ists will be Mrs. McDonald, Miss Pat-! I crson, Miss M, Hazell and Miss Wise.! I I j The Gait Hospital Ladies' Ail! will j meet at 7.30 on .Monday evening In- stead of 3 o'clock. The meeting will be held in the ftity Clerk's office. A large attendance Is requested as elec- tion of officers will take place. The Art Needlework club will jneet! at the home of Mrs. Young, 322 Gth i i Avenue south on Monday, I The Masqueraders will meet at the j home of Mrs. Ales. Smith, 536 Sth St. south on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. LOVELY EVENING GOWN IN CHIFFON Drown is one of the colors that al- ivays has many admirers. Leaf brown is a shade that Is particulai'ly good in I Mary's.-Morning chiffon and m tins I rock is happily' .j ,5. ff WEDDINGS Thursday evening at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. A. w. R. Whlteman, of Knox clmrch. a quiet wedding was solemnized, when Mrs. Jessie Shaw, of High Itiyer, and Mr. John. Collins, of St. Mary's Idaho, U. S.A., were united in Mr. SPRING MILLINERY Our ready-to-wear hats offer you many new styles in a wicte range of the moat popular shapes trim- med with cleverly placed flower, pin or bow adding much to the charm a n J beuuty of the Master hat. Easter Sh. SPRING FOOTWEAR All the daintiest of Easter footwear to enhance t beauty of the cos- tume is revealed in our recent shipment or pumps and t'onHs in many new and becoming stylos. owing Tuesday and Wed., Mar 22 23 Wonderfully inspiring1 are the exquisite new Easter modes, the fabrics and trimmings, and prices which make their initial appearance on Tuesday and Wednesday next. Gathered from the four corners of everywhere are inter- esting details :of the spring costume interesting in char- acter, style and color, and interesting because of the econ- omy in all lines and grades of apparel. We invite you to an inspection of all very newest of Easter wearables. Easter Frocks Never conies an Easter without an enlivened interest in dresses. All the most exquisite frocks from the east in a wide range of silks presenting all the popular shades, are playing a prominent part'in this Easter showing. Suits and Coats for Easter All that can be desired in novelty and plain suite and sport coats and Avraps will be displayed for your inspec- All the touches of Dame Fashion are prominent in Colorful printed voiles will be shown in the fabric section, as well as silks and ginghams in many plain and checked designs in all their spring loveliness. Don't fail to take a stroll through the aisles of the dress goods section. tion. our suits and coats for spring wear, revealing Pojo Cloth, Duvetyn, Fisken, Serge, Gabardine, and Tricotine, with braid and button trimmings. SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAYS OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY men's Press club, and her experience as a member of tho wmnen's war con- ference called by tbe Prime Minister, tho Imperial Press Conference, etc. utes; Mrs. Rogers, provincial secret- tained her new appointment in com- ary Women's w-ll oe pres-: petition with men. some of whom arn en1, at this meeting and lond their i widely known. Apart from her med- One of these petitions in a book .store-ill Jasper Avenue, contains twen- ty-ninc signatures, several of whom are officers of various women's soc- j .j. ieties in Edmonton. Xo men have signed this petition as yet. in making it a success. .j. .j. .j. GENERAL work sbe is ono of Britain's besi. women imblic Kpoakers. and Mrs. Collins will spend some time in High River before leaving for St. combined wilh gold. Tho sleeves that the use of seijuins as ornaments of Kingdom nri> also fashioned from the I chiiruii. The corsage is developed in I thin cloth ot gold that, has quite a sparkling effect. Its richness is en- hanced by wonderful pearl embroidery which appears on the lower part of tho corsage as well as on the" upper part of the skirt. .j, MRS. EMILY FO iMUHPHY fl THE SENATE DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL HEINTZMAN 4. CO. PIANO, rnabogany, full seven and olio- third octaves, slightly used. Cash or terms. ASSIN1B01A MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545. new device for promoting the candidature of Mrs. Emily Murphy for the vacancy in the senate of Canada, takes the form of ja petition to the prime miiiiplur. which jis helng placed In shops and 11 ores for signature by Mrs. Murphy's supporl- oi's. The peiition 1'orum forth that as the functions of the senate in- idurie legislation for women and chil- drpn, anrl the hearing of private peti- i tions for divorce, if is desirable that j wamon be admitted to tho senate. Mrs. Murphy's particular qualifications iiro j do.scrlhed as her experience ;is a pol- Ico magistrate in Edmonton and her election to executive offices in A A A A A DISTRICT CONFERENCE IN TABER NEXT WEEK Tile world of science Ur. Dor- otiica Klunike Roberts of Paris In the frcnt rank of astronomers. She tvas ni.st to receive the degruo (cif cif I'rnin the In tlm cily of liiistoll alone, morci j vcrsity nl Paris. Dr. Uobc'rls is a na- than'one t.liousaiid women are employ- j tive i eel by linnkH. and attention j lo detail arc two of the most impon-1 A New Vork theatrical costume firm ant factors in hankms. and men 'lank-[ have obtained the greater portion of j ers say women scwm to bo pncnliuvly the world ivnowned cosiume library in these two lines. Han'tlnc or the late llniiry .1. Heinz, At the dintrlcl. of doors are opening with nst-iimdlng which contains several hundred vul- women's Institute for southern dls- rapidity to women. iimcu wilb tlnii-ancl'' of illiivfniiii'm trlct which will bn held In Taber, Alta.. on March 22m! and 23rd. a report of A A THE NAMES OF FABRICS i 'i' Alpaca is from an animal in Peru! from whose wool the fabric ft woven. Muslin i.s named from Mosul, in Asia. Taffeta is'named after a street in Bagdad. DrusKcc is derived from the Irish cily of Drogheda. Cambric is derived from O.mbral, a name famous in tho late war. Cnllco Is from Calicut, a town in India once famous for ils cotton cloth. Damask comes from the city of Damascus in Asia Minor. Velvet is from the Italian word which means woolly. Serge derives its name from Xerga. a Spanish name for a peculiar woollen blanket. Blanket was named after Thomas Blanket, a famous clothier, who had much to do with tbe introduction or woollens into England in the middle of tho century. T. J. Fetitherton. a returned sol- dier, who was walking from Toronto to Kingston, was struck by a train near and seriously injur- ed. Of tbo more than J.iiril) jurors drawn nf historical, find general theatrical attire as worn In every part of tin; world dating back to the Scrip- tures-. the year's work of every Institute, In I for duly in the Philadelphia coim Southern Albcrtu will be given by durins January, wore women. the conveners of the different stltiifiiiduK. A splendid The first IV.mailer to 1m dccoralc.l i On'MIC anniversary of has been arranged for thin inoeiingj with the American lied Cnjss Mral.ilitho Indian puLtess. 'Paulino Johnson winch will be im-sided over by tho! of the District of Columbia, is MIIIP. I lies burled vm-k Van- dlslnct ijirsctor. K. Hughes i Luis tin; prima clonua, who; raiivni- the I 0 D K Chapter ot Cavendish, Altii. Taber la ctrn- was honored because of Vancouver wlilcb bears boi-imidi' vN- trally locnleil mid it is hoped every'in innlmpil voleraus and her work for'lied her la-l place Wnmun's runi! other- the allies durlnir tlio war. A llcnnc und Hcbuo! in c.ve.ry will make; special effort to present at this conference. Following is a list of resolutions to j separate, school in Toronto before. Ilii, bo presented for discussion: Govern-1 summer holidays, is tlic objective iwl mont Home for Incurables In Alberta; j by the originalors of the movement. Government care for Indigent fnor; noyn and Girls; j Dr. Louise Alellroy Hetweon thivty and forty women la1'-' stinlems have rcglst'.M'od Ibelr niimw. in the Tnmple at London. England, a historic: clustci- of buildings where law talm tlieir friilniitB. I Slylcs of IjS-IIMo ISiili mark tin her of women'H organizations, inclmt- Miss riuliictriiil Home for fnrn of the Mental Dolce-1 ed Professor of Obstetrics and b'ynac- i ing of fashion' ilispiuWhi I'.T'is. tive; Revision m' Puiillc School, cology under tlie UnivdrsUy of Lnn-1 Course, pHrllciilnrly of (Jrade VIII. j thn; National Council of Women. Women's Institutes; .Mi Institute and Canadian vlnclal prcsi.-.-.: W I don, lo receive a, salary ot it superintendent ot year. The salary nhn in receivinR Is isfl Noblo. pro- to that which is paid to a man Women's iBHtit-.Ji s gimllar ponlUim. Dr. Moilroy oh- I Ilenfrew Towiv passed by-law for the iBslllnj; of debenture for to pay for 'a imblic llbrar site. Grand Easter Sale UfJDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ST. PATRICK'S LADIES' AID EASTER SATURDAY, MARCH 26TH Sale Opens at 2.30 Old Church, Opposite the Depot. A large; assortment of'pbcin sewing, children's gingham dresses and rompors, and undonvnar: also women's house iind and many nf FANCY TABLE A SPECIALTY. TEA WILL IE SERVED DURING THE AFTERNOON. ;