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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAKCIIlili, 11121 MR LETHBIHDGE DAILY HEUALD PAGE SEVENTEEN MILADI Mini h'lln-r HIM! whllo Mm. H. A. Kwort a ;d Mrs. herry T.M-W In churife of llm W. ('tti herry T.M-W In churife of llm j i ci'reshinnntii. M'ts. II. V. Miiyiunl nii .Mm. R. A. auiiili rcDil'Jcd In turn IhM I'nlliu.Mfintf '1'int Vmitrd u'l'I'A Daily Fashion By up your bends, sorrowing P nnoH j And bo yo of heart, l-'or Calvary and Kualor day, ftartiia saddest day ami Wove. day apart." tlm tn Jn; Mrs. K. Pike of Him rniiKli thn t'll.v this t where tihn siMwt a (.'ituplo Mr. .lack, formerly of tin- Union HiuiU staff of this and now lo- cated near Culgury, is ttponding a t'uw days in i thn Tin; hianeci by 4 irusicul pro- jrntn; ot by Mr- wiso. M'IM M. Httxftll mil Mlsst and several inntru- mmlul pfltM'tions hy Mt-n. Nelson and Mrs. MrKIIlop. Othor mombem the biKiril wore iirotumt mid aisintod j in ruriouH ways during tho aflernuuu. i ,1, A 4. 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A... KiiiiltM1 i'.'viin Invitf al) Urn j ileur iittlu buyi! and oi' I.eth-i iTitltfo to tiieir l-JaM-.M' f-KS li'int. Come j four o'clock, your PERSONALS Annie McCorvlo thn gtiry Oollogiiito slutT, Is the of j 10. A, Sharmaii. Master Harry who hiw un- dergone an operation at tlio Van Uaurlem hospital, Is doing nicely, 4 Miss Cobb. oC the IHfili School, ts visiting at her home in C'ulgary dur- ing the Easter vacation. Mrs- W. C. Andrews ana Ul-j lian Andrews of Miu'lcud, aro wnek-etul I guests with Mrs. J. Kipp. Misa P. Uarrle Iloulton la the week-end with trionds ;it Swucrt Grass, Mont. j 1 Miss Rat email Is a visitor in I Taber for several da-ya. j Immigration council to ho held in Ol- lawji next Friday. A. H. Iluswrt of Ftiri secretary of thn Wn men's In- stitute, passed I lie rity on Thursday on lmr way mirlh, nfi-M- at- t ending Hie Institute Con- rerenri; at Talie.r. Mrs. .1. N. was ti visitor In the c.tty on Thursday en to her home in Cluunp'on. after .speaking at the Women's In.stitute Conference held this week in Talicr. Mrs. .1. .1. Kidd ;i short time ago for Toronto, where she will visit with her parents for a short time. Alt1. Kidd leaves shortly For High Hi.ver Times. i? Miss M. Simpson. Murray, -Miss M. Cleveland and Mr. and Mm. H. De Lons are spending Raster in Calgary, at tho Palliser. Thwy are heine. joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, of Olelrhen. i An Kuster pr.iyor nicei.- ing will be at the IlaptUU j church, iimicr a.nnpiro.ri ol" I il.Y.IM'. Mr. .Munhey. Y.M.C.A. will he tiic priiiciv.al a.m. I iurw at tendance und t-.Mv nd our in- I vitatjoii to all. The Arl will muei at tiie home of MIM. Dixon, lith St. Houfit. on Monday. Miss Jessie M. (loodi-niami uf Cal- gary, is Hpending the Master vacation vitii Mrs. W. Fraser. Misa Heist, of liui Public; He'nooiK teaching stuff hris gone to visit at her home In Wetaskiwln during the faster holidays. Mrs. G. left on Friday after- noon to spend the Easter holidays with friends at Brondon, Man. She will visit in Wiunipeg a few days be- fore returning to Iho city. Miss McCambly has gone to Medi- cine Hat where she is BIM nil Ing flip lOaster vacation, Vera Macleod in il in the Van Haarlem hospital. s Venerable Archdeacon A. Hayes of Calgary, was a visitor in the city yesterday, taking. charge ot the at St. Angus tin's church, Mrs. T. B. Chambrfi of Kenora, Ont., the guest of Mra. Newton, of Hurdle- "rill for the Easter hoikiays. Mrs. "William Cloary and daughtpr Eileen are leaving tonight to spend the Easier vacation "in 'Cronbro'ok, B. C. Miss H. Blet.cher, city Ibrariait, i? 3fending the Kaster holidays in h3d- monton. Miss Noble, president of fhe Alhcrla Women's Institute, a visitor In Misn Holes of C'-Mitral. School fng staff and Messrs Cniwfonl, Thomp- kins and r.owe. have gone to Kdmon- I ton as delegates from the Teachers' AlHance to the Teachers' convention being held in the Capital city. Miss Clinton, of ihe High School teaching staff, is a visitor MI. Claren- Uolm for the Easter holidays T Mr. John T. Watson, chief engineer of the Lethbridge powpr plant, went north on Tuesday to attend the fun- eral of his father. Mr. Jan. Watson, at Wetaskiwin. Mr. Watson was it fine type of Scotch eugimv.n1, and lias spent his later days with his smis in this Deer Advocat-1. i j Mrs. J, J. Kendall, Sixth Ave., j S.. and Mrs. J. C. Keater, !J37 Ht. S., this city, are cousins of Misa Gladys j Robinson, of Toronto, whose, pit cure in Thursday's issue of ihe "Diamond Dyes" Don't Spot, Fade or Give a "Dyed-Look" Liuhhridge women can dye any- thing with 'a package of Diamond Dyes. An old, worn coat., skirt, walfit, sweater, kimona. dress, or faded stock- Ings, gloves, draperirs, portieres, chair whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, can lie dianioiul-dyed to look like new. directions in each package guarantee per fact results. Drugs is t has Color Card showing- acliinl materials dia- mond dyed in a wondrous range of rich, fadeless colors. Don't risk your material in a poor ment. Says Phosphate Is What Thin Nervous People Need Tiie organic phoaphat1.! fdi.icovc.red hy 1'tflouz, thd Krenrh scientiat) which is known to in thift country its Hiiro-Phosphate, ar.d wliir-li is safe to tukh as well as fnexpiniFiivp, is now being highly recommended Ijy many physicians as a real strengtli huihler and for nervousness and penpi'al run- down conrtillons. Scores of people nil over thn country have heen bonofitof' hy thin remedy. ,1. HlKinhotlmni Co., Limitoti, and fill good dnmgtaU Iteep a supply of Bitrn-I-'hosphale. 'i'ry it ir you are not fo'cling up to good DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL E.DISON DISC PHONO- GRAPH, used several imtnthn; finned oak: gnorl ;IK now. Spe- price. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th Sh S- Phone 1545. Herald, and who is now the inter national woman champion hav- ing broken tha 440 yard dash nt tUo International indoor speed skatintr -mi- lest recently held in .VMttshurg, The London corespondent of iho Montreal Gazette says: Mist of tic week's gOHKip baa been ihout i.Lu as- tonlshing announcement tliut Lord Milner, regarded aa one of tho three most inveterate bachelors in London, is retiring from politics only to take up matrimony, the new Lady Milner being tho widow of Lord Edward Cecil 'it' Mafukins fame, a sister of Mr. nf thn National no view, and a very distinguished society figure. Hardly less interesting, thv ,gh per- haps lens surprising, is the news that Lord Cirey of Falloden. after fifteen j years of widowerhood, is about, to tako an his second wife a well known titliul widow, also a great society dame, and moans to return actively to the world of polities and social af- fairs. ,j, SOCIAL EVENTS v ff Miss Je.ssie M, Cooderhand of Cal- "sary, who is spending the week-end with frioiuls was pleasantly entertain- fiil yesterday nt the tea-hour by Mrs. H, Thomas. -Mr. W. Henderson entertained the hockey players and enthusiasts very pleasantly nt his home on Thursday j evening. The rooms weru beautifully 'decorated in the club colors of black iard gold, with hockey sticks in tho same colors adorning the walls, and each Kiiesf. receiving it pretty favor of a miniuturo hockey stick in the j snnifi shades, five hundred was play- ed during the evening, the prize, win- ners being Mins Ma'hle Winter and Mr. fi. ('rawford. while Mr. P. V. Lewis and Misa Schweitzer carried off the consolation. Tho remainder of the evening was very pleasantly Hpent iu dancing. -Mrs. Henderson was assisted In serving by Airs. Ives. Thoao present were Mr. and Mrs. Crawford. Air. and Mrs. Grant. Mr. ami Mrs. Cordon Heber, Mr. anil Mrs. Ooorgo Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Ives. iUitfses Me L. Vounpr, B. Hilling. M. MnCambly, L. Schweitzer, and M. Winter, and Messrs, f. Boucher, McPee. L. TnrroUfl, V, Fodg- er, McAflpfj and f. V. Lowla. The annual toa of the XurmiiK sinn, which has enme lo be looked fnrwnrd to year as onti of the moat delightful pnrlul events of tho year, was held on Wednesday in tin? Nursing Mission, and was intended by many visitor's who took this opportun- ity of displaying tiieir interest in tho splendid work dime by this ur- RimlzaLion. Tillcy. .snporinUMul- ent of (lie Mrs. Jj. Staf- ford and Mrs. K. A. Hlmnmui receiv- ed tluj Kiiorft.s. a very Rpring-lilte til- niosphcrc; prevailing; in the whiclt were hrlglHened by riuanlite.s of tiilipH. and punny v.-illows, the latter been SOUL for the occasion by Mra. fleo. Rnhinson. of Proctor. Mrs. Charlc.i McKllinp and Mrs. Ilobertaon poured at tho which was pi-oUIty nenlrod with rtnf- fodlln. Those agsiatlng In aervin-5 wen- Mrw. U. J. Sohl, Mrs. W. H. Mo- st. Angustin't- Paris-1! Auxiliary wili' 'hold iU regular r.u-cti.ig ins toad of in Parish hail at o'clock. j 1 The ollicers airl ol' t'haptor 7. laininM at tholr Li thu I March All pn'paratEon aro j made to have tiie alfair an j lied1 success. The- iir.-itatiim cnnnnit-i conijiosed of .Vrs. .VTK" M. Cihr.on.-Mr. W. L. MrKon-j and Mr. W. All those sendhii? fur. the O.MS, dance being on Mon-; day are request to semi the in lo; thn Masonic hall mi Mo.iduy ui'tor-! noon. j. The r.w.utive iintl commit-; tuc of iho Ladies' AuxJl-'ury M Mift: Army and Navy -.viil in i the Alexandra Parlor on Mfinday ovo-i ntng at S o'clock. cntly rtrqiii-Btcf? to h" T J I j The women of Les'ian will meet on Moud-iy in the j Mnotie Flail at S o'clock. A full at-j tendance is ramief-tad. i T The' Lethbridge City TMpo Band Is; holding another of it3 dancc-.s un nesilay, March in Bursmitn's hall.; Thft KnifihtB of Cohimbus Council is i holding a dance nn Wednesday, April' ii, in the Masuriir hall. The T.inl orchestra will he In attendance. Another enjoyable dance held! on Thursday evqnins by the C. P. It. j Social and Athletic ciub in the Ma- sonic hall, with a splendid attend- i ance. irrs. A. A. Lytle was bruncht home' from the Lethbridge Wednes- day al'ternoon. Sin- was iu 'UH-, pi tal week-', being t rented and while she well ai1- vfLiirod toward It may ;tPl b'! iiK-nthH before cwing- to the uaui.f.! -jt her .Mvs. J. M. Olon.Tonning will spnul Eastertide with her Rlstc-r3. Mrs. Farlyrn of Medicine I hit. and Mrs. Webster N'ew.s. Rev. Mrs. A. C. Bradnhaiv and j.baliy wore down from Okotoks Tnes-' [day to -bid Xanti.ui friends f.mv' well before their departuro for tiie' island of Itorharlufts. Mr. j [and Mrs. BrfidRhaw will leave Okoloksj on Tuesday for Halifax, from where j they will sail on April Ifith. They] fake with them the best wishes of; many friends horc and at i Nanton N'ews. From Cowboy to Financier HOW LATE JESSE KNIGHT ROSE "HUMBUG MINE HIS T yearn hi> brought out lilt ttnt of and ho refustd offer He wai to ubtjtli ervdlt to veJop thin mini' uad ilice ten niuny itiioux. umuoc Uncle Sam, Deck Tunqel, Cblor- ado, Iron Ulosvom and Draggo. Was an PIrmfer Knight und liis nionny. veloptjd irrigatioii districts And to M- sist in there develop me ut he H.: A DAiNTY FROCK OF APRICOT LINEN Apricot handkerchief linou i- chosen for the fashioning uf i'ui-i pn'.i.'y undr.rskirt ph-.r.t-d. IJnr- or' liitHi. simv.-.s a ivck is held by small trans of limn. (nrrovor i-; liriRy. while thn hiiuliJK'.s thai outline1 and t.-ini th-- ctifffi iielt. arc liinv.i, Siiouid you h> copy thiii tiroes, you cliiiut-y tin1 co'or clerk of thn rhurch itrounil Lu parishir.era n fen" cakes as an TCastf'r oiierinj; a :sinail in return. Another curious: that of "lifting" iui "Mlack .iMon'iJiy." when ihe men lifted the! wmnp.n on y.n'1 carried thorn aloft. women the com- pliment on tho: following liay. Kaster Tussday. An {UtTaciivo. inn iic-il fpstival ia hfinds 'U' traverse the Vora'ilT-t'g thf.' lovely Kaater iiyniiKs und playiiiyf their girtars. The most Icj-nuit'ii! custom is the of Easier lilies, .--.vmbolizins pur- ity and the nmnldins "T' hope. WESTMINSTER GIRLS TAKE FLEETWOOD'3 MEASURE Tho in :ui Flcctn'ood ttntnis liorns sU- ;it "V" Tlmrs- i EASTER .j j i KiiKter. like mr.ny oilier festivals.] dates hack to heathen origin, and has betiii stiurco ot many disputes j in past ages, hutli to iis urigin j ami In connection with, name, it intereatinK to tiott; tliai. it bncki to pagan left-ends. The myth runs that! Ions. Ion? ago, tjiwre feil down from i an os'S1 of iinmenee size, it j rested upon the Kuphrates. where j doves descended and hatched it. and from it arose in splendid beauty. ICustor or Venus. Consequently n jrveat festival wasi held cac-h year, in i which egsa were tho favorite food, j When the Christians KO (lie; prory soes. they preserved this p.aui'.1.' but changed its. application, iiH-iiinn.u; the rennrrertlon of Christ. Al pres-: ent, of course, this meaning in al-: tadied to KtiHter, which if? nr.w one of tin: muat joyous dtiys of the church.' The date for hnlillna of'Khster! wna tor many years u cause of great; dispute, until finally the Oregorian re-j formation of the calendar was adopt-' ed in the Weutorn churches, HeUiiiK; ils dotiM'tnlmUlnn af. thn flrnt Sunday after PiiKfthaf full puoon. In Koine Ihe celebraiiun of Eautcr! Is most, p.lalinraif, j crowding the strents to see the Pope i nuike liifi t-ple-mlid prnrrsslon from j (he Vatican to the.1 church. I In the olden days thoie were many! whimsical ;ind und amusiiiK wayK oi' col fibril tine; lOast.er. Then; wan once tho r.ithf.'i- profane custom of jilayini? at hall in thn church for tansy cttkvs. Ihi'sn rnkeu in some parts of to'lny taking n prominent, part, in Uasler celebratioiiH. Another iimus- iiiK cuiilom was the football gumo played by the and tho corpora- tion at t.iine. a custom wl.icli no doubt would render thn RIIITKI ainuwo- mnnt if carried out in thn profient day. The same often ended in royal bat- at touxu" Miiifl platei the off the lonp end of a IU to 7 score, chiefly by .superior work around the- basket. HH th1.-. Klc.etwoml twain hail ul'-thn play in every dopartmeiif. Oaring tlm first lialf it u dinp with very little tn choose iK'Uvi't-n the teams. Tn the second half howc-vcr Ihe forwards Jottod down the exact, loca- tion of the basket rpsulr that tlic-y worn s-t-.Tn salely in the lead. Tin-- nann.- not affect, any leu.iruf st.anfling it was only an exhibition :nTair and it Hiirs-ly was an At exhibi- tion. The tfiiimrf werp Kint H. Sclnnak- er. i1; U. Ahivr.--. Trelivlns. K. Cull, A. AlK'xan.lor. L. Ksaile, C. Smca- tnn, A. Mossy. -A. Kerr. :j; 0. Pcnko. t: It. 2: n. Carson. :i: L. Glean.M: Desnumd, Lowe-, 1; T. Jones, 1; M. Hy.sudp. 2. How a man from luM-dinj; riittln lo he a power in the tlnaiicml world of UK; raited Stutus is told in ihw Dt'Kurt News, of Salt Lake Cilv. In Its account nf thn life of .iybse f Kuinbt. father nf of the KunchliiK compaiij'. hid many conni.-c- iu the I'niiMd Jeasi'; KniKhl was also a director in tho Kill-j son Milling of LuthbritlgH. Jt'.w Knight, -vhn was Tf: years was in diivct cliHrne of his many and riKht up to; tin- he suiYorod his stroke one month before lie died, j i i Dm' a pour boy who honied nn j I tl.i- yunuun.rns Suli tliroiRh his own ell'nrts in a j in financial and j s of j born Nauvoo. HI-f ii. 1MT> and Mo had the. disLiniviiin of boinn thf Urst miiri-lo'l hy Jnsoph Smith, ftjimder m the (T.nn-h of Jcd-.is Christ of Latter-_ I Lived Winter Red Skins i was ii pluiu'cr ol' IS.'.O in tiie Ilo traiUsd there! her. who was placed in j lii'ty teams to ITOSB riv-ji- at tiie beginning of; !h" Mu.'num exudiis to the fur; Tiic OL tins trip were; inanv ;jKd and Newell Kui-ht.' falhnr of Knight, expected sper.'l the winter on tiie IMatie; river but iho srnys had bei'ii Itnrncdl they, iu to an invitutio'i from went one hundred and ;Uty miles north and wintered with; Ihe rod j .Mr. Newell Kiiig'n that winter, and li'fl his widow with six irhtldren. 1 ol' whom Jesse the ymmtresf. In! iS.'i'i this jiuiriiey U) ('tab was com-1 as team their J milch raw and an o.v. Poverty reigned nvs'i1 the days of, .le.-s1.' Knigl'iJ. who horded cows, sheep, ami iileftmMl pol.aloes and nn j his small farm. Iu the win-. trr lie hunled wood on shares and his; inoihM- worked niRht und day on iu her six c.hiidreu sup- plied with clothes. She used a greasy ras as her illumination. Becomes a Freighter After Salt Lake Uio j family to E'rnvo. AL Mm of sixteen Jesso Knight given 0111-1 plorment by Henjuniin Roberta at j a'Ail HO lilted him th-it after six months ho paid Jesse at rho rjitp of a month j for lii.- time. JOSPO Kniffht; bniiKhi a team of ox-ii and a waggon ami jifit isntn on credit and; lnv.'aini' a L'rnifuUor carryinu thnuislioiU the I'mnticr country. Hi ihose days if.e frontier frolKhtcr j took his life into his hands every time he wont. out. The Indians cfter them and the bandits were the IT. Later he served as a volunteer in thn Black Hawk war. Locates Famous Mine Affer marry Amenda McKweu iu f Salt Lake City the coujde lived on their raivh nr-iir Pay son For twenty wt-nt into caUlu buylns i money made on the ;'ml widows and children nay j he ufien paid Tor niillo from j tiiciii i iui n 'A'lis re'iuestod. it was I while un thit! ran-.-ii that he iirnspect- Hrnwn who chocka from the: i I1. Hums t-umiuiny at Prlnco Alhpri.j and caslu'ti six iiefui'G he was arrOKted.; tntlay was fem.cn'-ed to one yearj in jail. IJrown. who has b'-en sepiir- i Mt.'Ml fi'um his wife, said IIP needed I to smooth over his dome; tic dhiU-nitlcs. ed the "flilh; near Tin tic. and located the. mining thet were tho ujuiMiiaiou nf bio fortune. mine wus named "The HumbuK" by populur opinion but j tho building of liumen, sugar 1 and llt> was a Democrat iu politic-it und In laoa ho decllnud tiie nomination for jioveruor for Ilia state because hli1 party bud not udoptud u. prohibition plaUuriu. Contains moreflesK formttv matter than beef." Bakers Cocoa is for robust men and all who must ''of tissue building i material to repair the waste catis'ed byphysical I lal labor. It is pure and [aperfecrmeclianical the use of exquisite color of the cocoa beans, Walter Baker -J' BOOKLET OF CHOICE RECIPES SENT TREE FREE PREMIUMS N. B. TEACHERS ADOPT SALARY SCHEDULE FKKDERrCTOK. X. II.. War. New iintnswick Teacliers' associa- fi.un executive have adopted a new of sal.-iri-.w for which will average about 15 per cent, more thnii the schedule in effect at. present. Start Saving the Coupons NOW Royal Crown Soap Wrappers 'and Coupons are valuable. One glance through our Big, New Catalogue will reveal to you the wonderful values to be obtained for them. Start saving the coupons now. In the meantime, write us for our Big, New free to you or your friends. ThV Royal Crown Soaps Limited Calgary, Alta. Premium Dtpt. CAPTURE MOROCCAN AMMUNITION RUNNERS 'TETUAX. liar. 28. -Tin- .Spanish IMIS citiitur- Uirt'i' siyi Uinilinc; nrmi! alnl iumrnuiilii ;U Hi'lt-Yahi.t L'Arab on the Tor tho l.rilin liostilc In Sp-.mlnnls. The crmvs nf llii> I'uniprlBlni.' CO njitives an'l Mix i'iin'npniiim. were inady prkjor.rrs. STOLE :P. BURNS' CHEQUES SASKATOON. .M-.m-ll WHEREVER supreme excel- Icnce is sought, the choice invariably falls upon the Holntz- man Co. Piano. YE OLD FIRME HEINTZMAN CO., Limited. llfjiue of thn and Victor Itocords. 403 Fifth St. S., PHONE 582. WHFN SPRING CLEANING INCLUDE FRESH NEW LL IP A P E R 'j'iitn you've beautified your home in a way that will give the whole family and all your visitors a greater appreciation of home cheerfulness and com- fort. You'll recognize the force of that idea if you'll- come in here and see the beautiful wall paper effects we have to show you now. We have 30 attractive patterns in suitable bundles for small, medium and large rooms, which will be sold, while they last, At Half Price This-year's paper is now unpacked and will be found most attractive in designs, quality and prices. We will be delighted to show you the samples even if you are not thinking of papering at present. C. G. OLANDER DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE STOVES, ENAMELWARE. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, CAINTS, OILS. GLASS, ROPES, WOODENWARE, ETC. 524 13TH ST. NORTH PHONE 1223. ;