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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOMMY. MAHUI lit. HUM THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN 1114 MILADI Daily Fashion Mirlt B4lmon( SJREEIRMAY J. MAKE HASTE o Ufiyoii soius lo ilo u K'iiuUy iKvd'.' II. is nuvor iuo foun to hociu: Malto hust-j. uuikn haste, t'ur mo- And HIM my iloai- OIH-. ims iieH Or your h-mliT iliuiiojil and your Kindly It is iiovur too soon to UlfwiHt. from 8 to will bo and evening. Tliw iisiiHl Bwiiiimlm; hold In the at'tyrruioii Maple lj-a( Xo. 7. U. K. H.. will liolil It; rnxular moating tomor- row nlsht ut 8 o'clock In the MaKoiik- halt. Visiting brethren welwmir. M lleik'nytroin'-s section of til'1 '.voni'-n ol' Mootie Heart T.eglou will wwl with MIB. A. Tiivlor. t 19th >vl ivvt north, tomorrow afternoon ;it A full attendance is rciinustfil. SOUNDS LIKE A LETHSRIDOE DISPATCH I'AIIIS, Mar. 2I.--From on" half inch In Inch of a BOM- lit1, welcome rain him fullim dudns; the past IS In Hit' northern half nl France, with a xouiewliai llt-Mnr tall In tlui Kuutliurii hair, definite- ly hrcaldiiK Hit' drought which was hogilllliliK to cause alarm oviir the ctrop arcvis, and II. M. 1 jordcrinK the. Gilies- pie on the west by the hour cage, with Art-lain reservations for Ihe city's activities witiiin the area f v I named. Coupled with this the G.W. 'I V.A. desire the control of the agri- PARIS. Fell. the i cultural buildini! which has been used fashionable women of Paris adopt j for purpose ofidaucing for a con- the Moorish styla of: drcsii. which 1> iideration as rental, dominant .-in tho new spring vogues I The council reaolved that they will now being shown by tha dressmakers! favorably consider the conditions here, they will ho .seen-hiding their named as a basis for further hegolia- c- THE HOME PANTRY 'By A- L. .5, Green Pea Soup, Club Style At one of the nopiilnr downtown c-lnlis. there was served tl delicious and economical pea s.oup. As this. soup is made without meat stock, it! Tialr under turbans and- learning to walk with a swinging niotiou ot" tho hips, says the Daily Mall. The Oriental note stiows itself not only in the brightly colored turbans and in scarfs and sashes but also in Ing price of scientific text books. evening gowns. Artificial flowors of tion with the G.W.V.A. Amusement if they find they will be able to be in a position to consummate an agreement, it was further stipulated that the matter will have to be. settl- ed one way or.another by May let. A copy of the resolution ordered nt to Chief Gillespie and President gaudy color and great size are favor- j Long'yorth of the G.W.V.A. ite trimmings. A single bloom worn! on the left hip, or a loose garland f hung round the hodp some inches be- low the waistline, enhances the Oriental style. f-: KITCHEN KLIPS i I should appeal to housewives. To Add a pinch of salt to coffee Just make, boil two cups of greon peas before serving to clear it nicely, with tn-u carrots, one-hair) pound of diced ham or haeon, one i Tart, well-flavored apples should bo chopped onion, one chopped selected for pies and dumplings. crushed bay leaf, a hlndu of mace. Mr. Francis Coming From 'Hat To Take Over JJiities in the Bank of Montreal Tim new manager of the loca orettv litlle nnveltle, ?n, h ot water, j The JaiKineso always dry Iheirj branch of the. Hank of Montreal, Mr pitttj litlle umeltlos ttcie aitiuetne. I.el this simmer for two or throe! white nllks In a dark room. This pre-1 R. C. Francis, will assume his Strain i vcnta them from turning yellow. j duties week, when Mr.' Kmono i the prosent mnnager, will leave tc Fat should he allowed to heat, grad-! take up.his new duties as assistant condition lor dance. those who wished to hours, stirring occasionally, the soup and through a sieve. the, the vegetables Add vegetables to strained soup with one-half cup of whole cooked peaa and a teaspoon] a pan already hot. of chopped mini. Serve from Medicine Mat, where ho has been manager of lite Bank of Mont- real there for tlie pust four or years. Previously to going to I Hat he had boon an accountant in the Chop line equal parts ot (abhage, i branches of the hank at Hamilton anil beets and turnips and as much potato Toronto. Mr. Francis is Hie. son ot as there is or all the othor vegetiililos. I (he iatc ntiv. j. Francis of Caynga. Season and fry in a spoonful of drip-, out. Ife is an ex-member of tin Royal Canadian Yacht Club of To- ronto and the lloyal Hamilton Yacht Let potatoes lie in cold water for club of Hamilton. At Medicine Hat a litlle while before paring if you i ho wns a member of the Holt and wish them to Ira .-.vhlto. Country Club and I lie Cyprass Chili. When preparing a chicken to try this plan instead of rolling each! ALFALFA PRICES pieeo in (lour: Place the (lour in a t good-sizad basin or pan with 11 tiyht. lid, then lay in the pieces of chicken j nil at once and place tlie lid on. Take i the basin in both hands, thumbs hold-! "s THAN LAST AUGUST about a three-pound cut of salmon In a kettle with a of lemon, a slice of onion, a hay leaf, a sprig of pars- ley, well covered with cold water, to which has been added a tablespoon of salt. As it conies to a boil, remove the scum that arises and allow to simmer slowly until done. Drtiln. place on hot platter and pour over a llollnndaiHO sauce made fcy placing In a double boiler six lahlospoons of bnltnr. yolks of Iwo eggs and stir briskly, until the butter is entirely dissolved. Add one tablespoon of I flour, with Juice of one-half lemon. one enp of milk and seaitnn with nut- meg, pepper and salt. Sllr constant-. ly until mtucc u Uiick u a cna- tan' The remaining flour may he Ufccd in VE OLDE FIKME HEINTZMAN CO. PIANOS Cash nr ilavi? your jiiiiun tuuod liy our expert. 403 6th St. South, Ltthbrldge PHONE 512. ton since 11120. During that month the cutting was bringing S28 a ton. in March of ibis year commands a ton. The prices for the. different months. as announced by Furm Products, cov- tiring the above period, follow: Sep- tember, ?2S: October. J2S; November, December. January. February, March. TURKEY A'Sti KUSSIA SIGN NEW TREATY I.OXDOX, Mar. the new tri'iity K Russia both parlie I no inlt-rna party wind vlrtlln of -Ae0i! TurlcHy ;uul to umil iu-t (H uot to on hy the oilier, says a ulrelesn from Moscow. The ol.! treaties be- tween ItiiSHia and Turkey urn nil abolished under tho reported terms of the Irealy. Matiim is ceded lo (leorgia with a tyslem of local autonomy, but Turkey ban the right of free transit through tha port. The district or Artvln, Ar- and Kars art recognized au VfltflLlsh territory. EASTER STOCKS AT CLARKE'S now at the highest point of completeness, and we're ready to serve our patronage as it has never been served before. Styles thu spring are the prettiest we have ever had to show; variety of choice is far and away better than you will tee in any store outside the larger cities, and prices are the lowest featured in many seasons. BEAUTIFUL EASTER SUITS "ld Al! exclusive with this store; in most cases only one of a kind. Finest tricotines, serges, mihariliiioK, Jorseys, etc. A truly wonderfully complete variety of choico in styles uiul sizes to suit overy taste and figure. SMARTEST EASTER COATS A splimiUri vurinty ol' everything that Is correct in short and Ions Imigtlin. fnre wool velours and polo c.loilis, in all the wunted shades of wind, tun, reindeer, Copenhagen and iilicc hliies, lumLlier. navy, black, etc, Smart models in the small, medium and extra lurae sizes. WONDERFULLY ATTRACTIVE EASTER DRESSES is a decided chansfe in dress Ktyfcs this season, tlie now spriiiy models featuring the long waist am! full skirt effects, which are meeting with popular favor. A truly wonderful seleotion now on display here in finest taffeta H, charmmiso, sergee, Iricotmes, etc. All nnicli leaver in price than you will find elso- whnrc. DAINTY CREPE, SATIN AND GEORGETTE WAISTS A lovfiy uiifl comprehensive stock featur- ing all Mm new idaas uf the season in splendid vunety i-liinf among which in Lhn Klip-ovni stylo shown now in every variety of material and in .splendid GINGHAM AND CHAMBRAY HOUSE DRESSES Vtiry n en i. .smart styles -Tor house wv-ir: niiidM of (junlity materials thnt wash .uifl vvnac ht'autffully hy far thu and hur.t make of Hindi Kiiniientti we Iiavi- I'vnr had to him- a full uf til ri'gular 10 -If, us well as i-xtra to lit. the wonteii. from -1.1} to fio. RIBBED TOP SILK HOSE .Kitni special valno; full rang JL' colors and sizes. "NIAGARA MAID" PURE SILK HOSE Very superior quality, an special value at tao price. A colors and sizes, POPULAR HEATHER MIXED HOSE 1.65 Plain weaves and fine ribbed rery much In demand now. Al adiew' sizes, In gooii selection jf toloi'a. KID GLOVES IN GUARANTEED QUALITY finest arade, Frenqh kid.. -VH :olors and slues, to choose train EASTER CORSETS IN SPLENDID SHOWING Front and back lace stylen in nost complete range of models or slight, medium aud stout euros. SPECIAL SHOWING EASTER HATS French unU American pattern ats, specially iirk-tjil fur tills only, SPLENDID WASHING CREPE ROMPERS Dpwnh hite. stylus, and wear; s hatjen, navy. pink, l to sky. ami fl ARKF 614 THIRD AVL, S. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;