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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, MAHC1I 22, PAGE FIFTEEN 1224 MJLADI Daily Fashion Belmont Ml-, in tlif Kastc 9 v PERSONALS A. Uuclianmi. M.P., arrived city today from Ottawa fur the r vacation. Mr. Percy Uonnell, who lias been eimmliiip winter with Mr. and Mrs. Kill ton Bomii'l! in St. Paul, Vraiice, returned the city. Mrs. A. C. Suunders MMS a tea host- ess on Saturday ufternoou, in honor j of Mrs. Kir Wallace. r Mrs. M. Clarke of 313 5th Avenue south has returned much improved iu i health, after spending the winter in Victoria. visiting hnr -Mrs. Currier (nee Clarke.) S. Stover has returned to the rify after spending the week-end Mrs. J. K. -Miller of Calgary. j Hugh Ferguson wlio has been spending the winter at the coast, ii church worker. Hie of .Mrs. H. S, Judson for Ka.stc-r, on her way back to her honi' in Belleville. Ont. why re he will mako ait extended visit, j I Lulu IVITV, X., has roturn- 1 ed tu Calgary utter spondtny the week- mid with parents here. J e i Mr. and Mrs. L. Traxlcr and family luivo returned to KUikom aftHr spend- j ing tho winter in J-iethbridgb. Mr. and Mrs. Luwis Harris spent Sunday in Tabcr visiting tho latter's j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hulnian. j i Mr. J. Bennett of Pineher j Station is visiting In the city. Mr. and Mrs. M. Dimsworlh return- ed to the city today after attending the redding of their son in Edmonton, j Mrs. Ivy Pearce, an old tinier, of Lethbridge. died on Hie Slh of the month at the home of her daughter at Tacoma, Wash. Sho leaves to monni her, her husband in Lethbridge, two daughters, Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Bieanell and two sons in .Montana. Hue belonged to the Methodist church and several years ago was an ardent Mr. Alex. Hodgins of Calgary Is spending n few days in the city. rt Mr. W. D. Elias of Wirtnlpeg Is business visitor in tile city. Mr. A-. J. Lamon of Cowley spent the week-end visiting Mr; and Mrs. Goo. Sharrio and left for Bowden, Alta., TAKES PAIN OUT OF RHEUMATISM Keep Sloan's handy ..for badkacha strains and spra'ini, too SLoAN'ti Linimont has been sold ,for flit years. Today, if is mor? popular than ever. Theru can be but oiie produces re. Milts.'. without rubbing-, it peno to the afflicted part, bringing relief from rheumatic twinges, gciati- fa: sore, stiff, strained muscles; Ijai-kiKJhes, sprains, and other exter- nal pains, often the result of expos- ure. It leaves no mussfiloss, skin stain.rpr clogged pores. Get large bottle-for greater econ- Keep it handy for use when needed. Ymy.O.ruggist tips it. Three 70c, Made In Can- sioatvs And Neck, Burned and Itched, CuticuraHealed, "I had pimplea and a sort of rash on my and neck. They would burn and itch and when ?-SA I scratched would become and scaly and peel off. It was hard for me to sleep and I dreaded to anywhere. "I heard of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and used them. My face began to get smooth and stopped itching and burning, and when I had used the Cuticura Soap and Ointment for about a month I was healed." (Signed) Miss Cora Lim, R. F. D. 2, Blackfoot, Idaho, Feb. 23, ig20. Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes. TiknmZSci Sold ihrriiifvhfiui IheDominion. CanadianDepot- Igmii. IJ.H.J. 144 St. Si., W., witkautmilf. I An urgent executive meeting of the military Chapter I. O. D. E. has heon called for Thursday night at 8 p.m. r.i the G. W. V. A. club rooms. Import- ant business is being brought up and it is urged tllat all members of. the executive attend. In the house of comintius is rather Tin TljlpM.sS'l HID Morn- I in Pout confiHoi InjJiiliiy to miiy niidBrstand CvpUIlt I'l'ctlyiuan'H ex- hortation to the Unlontst yes- Inrdiy to Tim Ttmna adds tltat It of political thuuslil to Kroati'i' cloarnetia may non forte the prciiiler and Mr. Cliamberluhi decisions which both for tliu moment reluc- Mint to lake. The Chrotilcle. llle coaliUon organ. iiscrihoH the sussesliuii that. Mr. Cliiuuberlitin's is not one lo run smootlily in hurness. "Kvcry partnership of this kind Is something of an cxiwrini'Mit. but the present experiment Blurts under auspices. the Olmmich.- adds. minting, il nays, (hut [tin premier "Hooner than ho lioiwd will com- iM-'llud to clmnjic- his political uaum with full ceremonial and celehrution or ho forever cast out from Ills recent- ly associates." j I Mr. AsciliHll, speaking lit IJlackhum last nitiht. declared-that the coalition' was now like u pair ol' scissors, which j had one blade lost. LONDON' ,Mar. 22.--Austen Cham.i liorlaln. who yesterday eluded j leador of the house of commons ami i leade'1 of the Unionist party in the j hoiise. announced to the house today i that ho was giving up Ms position as' chancellor of the exchequer and that i The Dully News, the coalition's chancellor would present Hit budget. Mr.' Chamherlain did not Indicate the identity of his successor. I sistent enemy, takes the view that th premier will now find position in- creasingly dtflleuU. Signs are not CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES At the meeting of the Unit Hospital Ladies' Aid held last night the follow ing ladies were elected to office: President. Mrs. P. W. Pennefather; first vice-president, Mrs. H. R. Milea, second Mrs. 0. McKillop; Hon. See., Mrs. Kress; Treas., Jlrs. J. E. Hodgson; executive, Mrs. Starnes, Mrs. W. R. W. Kel- log, Mrs. D. A. Taylor, Mrs. Janowyc. H Vas decided that at the regular meetings, sewing as well as business should be .undertaken; sewtos to.be from 2 .to" 5; business 3.40. ladlei have "under "contamination to entii-e. charge of the linen room of the Gait hospital. It was decided :o hold a membership campaign of the of Lethbridge and men will be aiked to join and become associate members. The Ladies. Society, to the B. of L. and the home of Mrs. G. Swanson, 517 12th St. C. north on Wednesday afternoon .at 3 o'clock. The regular meeting of the Maple '..eaf Chapter No. 7 of the Eastern Star will be held tonight at S o'clock n the Masonic Hall. Visiting, broth- ers welcome. Th.; A. T. P. A. of St. Augustin's church will meet at the home of Mrs. iV. P. Roy, S09 6th Ave. S., tonight at o'clock. Members are urged to be I present. .'..-'The Ladies' Legion of the Loyal i OtAfP of Moose entertained last even-' Ins in fhe lodge hall in" honor of D. S.'Lewis R.: Jones of Meoseheart, III. The hall -being' crowded to capacity. In a few.wBll chosen words. Dictator Bro. AyRc'ded'strom welcomed the Sup- reme. podge visitor, who suitably re- pliisd. giving a short repertoire of the vocational school and home. The ve-{ mainder of the evening was spent in j song and .dance. Tho thanks of the' reception committee are given to Mes- dames Robinson. E. Williams, Math- ews. Gladys Ho.wes. M. Dearden. Dor- othea Surgan and to Bros. L. R. Jones. Viney, Roberts. Kealey, Craaney, Wil- jliams. Glanvi'.le, for their able "assist- ance with the musical nortion at the programme and to Misa'v Glanville, and Ero. J. Pryor and C. S. Magulre for the orchestral part of the evening.' I The reception committee also wish [to thank all those ladies of the order who assisted with the refreshments PEARL BUTTONS TRIM A FROCK OF ROSE VOILE Extremely dainty are the frocks I the small girl. Little toucher, of hand work, enlivened with colors of con- trastlug line, also add to their beau- ty. This model, evolved from a lovely shade of rose voile, has a pretty vest-! ee of the voile, which is effectively hemstitched. The collar, slashed on! the shoulders, falls prettily from thoj neck. A row of pearl buttons is set] on each side of the vestee, while the f small turn-back cuffs are similarly j trimmed.. The front panel.of the sklr is pleated in accordeoH style and out lined with pearl button's. -The side? and back are shirred at the waistline while tncks add to its smartness. ljini ribbon Is used for the girdle. Little Enthusiasm Over Cham beriain's Appointment Har- der Now For Lloyd George LONDON. .Mar. Assil comment hi. the morning papers on the succession 01 the Right Hon. Austen Chamberlaii tp the leadership of the Unionist parly KIDNEY Society for over 75 years rtlitd upon Goitraud's Oriental Creamrokcep the skin and complex- ion in perfect condition through the stress of the season's activities, Send 15 c. far Trial Site I ERi. T. HOPKINS t "itreaf SOCIAL EVENTS Is Edgar Allan "The iiurdors in tho Una Moriaio" tlie nmsf. grue- some story ever told? (iet March Cos- mopolitan ami read "The by Courtney Ryley Cooper. It's a thriller! JTT- SPECIAL "I KNOW WHERE THE FLl'ES GO" 'and "FEATHER YOUR NEST" and other pluyer 'rolls. Conic in and ae'e oin' sol- ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 St. S. Phone 1545. A most enjoyithle evening was spent last Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Simpson. Commerce, when they entertained ahout twenty of their friends. The evening way spent in playing whist and after a nice rfcn.nst, music and games. The card honors were carried off hy Mrs. Bry- ant and Mr. J. Simnson, consolatio'n by Mrs. Cumminprs and Mr. Robert- son. f WEDDINGS Ready wHen. you. it- ENGLISH Tho marriage took place this mom- ing id St. Patrick's Rectory of Charlos Henry Starher of Port Angeles. ington, and JIary Irene English ot N'emiacam. A HOLJIBERC! The marriage took place on Sunday at St. Patrick's Rectory of John N'ich- olas Carrels and Esther Johanna I Hnlmberg, both of Lucky strike. SPRACKLIN WILL SPEAK IN 'ONTARIO REFERENDUM WINDSOR. Out.. Mar. Accord- ing to statements marie hy.llev. ,1. 0. L. irist night, he 'has every intxmtion jiu active part in the Ontario referendum cnmpairrn. Mr. Siintrkliu stated he was unaware of the reason for canuolllng u mectins in Hclleville, whore lie was scheduled to upeak. and more onomieal cream YE OLDE FIRME HEINTZMAN CO. PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS Call 01- write for iKUticulitrH. Iliive your piano tuned-by our export. 403 6th St. Sputh, Lethbridge PHONE 682. BLUE RIBBON TEA If If a vote were taken in Western Canada as to which is the best tea, BLUE RIBBON would win in a walk. The BLUE RIBBON family comprises half the entire population of Western Canada. It Is an enthusiastic family and adds many to its membership every day. Easter Opening Initial showing of all the newest modes for spring- continues tomorrow, WEDNESDAY, the 23rd Come and inspect the newest creations in Suits, Coats, and Dresses. THK EXECUTIVE OF THE Silt ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER. l.O. O.K., ARE SERVING TEA DURING THE EASTER OPENING. r 19 ft Hudson's Bajj (fomjmng, m TAFFETA FROCKS In All the Uatcst Styles; Kmbroitfe r e, d frilled, self sashes, and large bows. SERGE FROCKS Tricoline cos- tumes, some in combination with silk; henutf fully embroidered; ex- clusive stylos, UI Timely Easter Shopping Suggestions This is one of the most interesting times of the year to visit this store. You will see all the new spring styles in Dresses, Suits, Coats, Blouses, Skirts, Gloves, Hosiery and Corsets. You will also find attraction among the piece goods, the lovely rich Silks and Satins, crisp new Cotton Voiles and Organdies in a wonderful range of colorings and patterns, all priced on the new low cost basis. Come in and see the values we are offering in every department. Early Spring Underwear Swagger Coats Combinations or separate pieces, in lisle and Egyptian cotton'.. Some have jersey silk tops. We also show the athletic union suits as cut above, made from nainsook and dimity cloth, in pure white. Suits selling up.to Vests at............50c, 75c, up to Fashioned of polo cloth and soft velours of various, becoming shades. They are exceedingly smart, with Japanese shoulders, shawl collars, and fine hand practical coat for m.otor- ing and general use. Priced LET THE KIDDIES PLAY O.verall suits of. good washing materials w 111 give the most sat- isfactory results f'o r every day wear. Sizes 2 to 7 years. You Should See the Pretty Voiles A wonderful collection of pretty washable fancy voiles to choose from. Priced Per yard............90c, and Plain or Fancy up to Silk Hosiery for Easter Wear Women's Silk Hose, silk to knee. Adanac Hose, heavier Winso'me Maid Silk Hose. Pair___.... Niagara Maid Silk Hose. Holeproof Silk Hosiery. The SIMPSON CO., Ltd. ;