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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAnCH 1 HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 1224 MILADI at the Mrs. was form- SO IT SEEMS I erly Mrs. Kratik Barker, a resiilont J of Lcthbrldgfl in thn early days. Tho year's at the spring, The day's at the morn, Morning's at seven. The hillside's dew-pearled Tho lark's on tho wins. The snail's on the thorn, God's .In his heaven. All's right with the world. SOCIAL EVENTS with four teaspoons of baking powder ami idil to (hi- minium with hiir u cup of milk, VMt wwll vhd fluvur w.ith two or vaniUa. Mnku Ui two or medium layer tins. When rool. spread with rataUi cream fUUnx and corer >p und with altnond frMilox. Rililn Cnim FMIInf Mix one of smear with hklf a of flour; add two slightly beaten Kg6 und two cups si-nlded milk. Cook j In double boiler for tun stirring well. When cool, add one cup of chopped seeded raisins lind one teaspoon of almond ov'rac-t. Almond Frosting Boil one und a "half cups of sugar with half a cull of water until It will spin a thread when a little dropped i from a spoon. Pour the syrup gradual- ly on to the stiffly beaten whites of two eggs and heat until stiff enough to spread. Add half a teaspoon of Daily Fashion Bv Maria Bnlmont PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. W. Meldnnn, Hardie rillc, entertained very pleasantly lit j vanilla and spread over lop nnd sides a dinner party on Hutnrday evening, Of the pic; sprinkle the frosting with iu honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. y ,.ull Of chopped ioaclr-1 almonds. --Robert Browning. I A. K. Hope of Calgary. Covers were' Layer Pie No 2 for twelve. j Another uiee layer piu is made with layers ii.snd in tlie above re- cipe witlt maple frosting spread Judging by the interest s.liriwn PERSONALS In tlie "Y" building on Saturday, the i it snins a thread. Pour Into the very stliTly beaten whites nf two egga and the tea'aud pantry sale held by the i the layers. To make the maple Women's Auxiliary to the Y..M.C.A. frosting, boll one cup of maple syrup .Mr. V.'stson of Stirling spent Sun- with Dr. and' Mrs. J. S. Wray. Misa 1-huilm lias gono- to limlsfail puhli.; are showing tlioroaelves much in sympathy jvith _the wora: oij heat thick enough to spread. Chopped walnuts and needless half a cup each, make a nice addition table, in charge of Mrs. Heath, hems ia tne frosting. tlila organization. The al't.ei noon it, pronounced success, the pantry where she is visiting during the Eas-j particularly attractive, with an Lord tor vacation. lionally enticing display ot Kaster] Use for Various members of the ,-or a ary were in charae of Iho tea! ihe Liinl llal- where a delicious cup 01 tea fining onc es a half cups of sugar with a half cup Baltimore Layer Pie i this the same layers used (cooking. Various members 01 the; for the and raisin pjc nllfi Mr. ami Airs. Ferguson of Calgary i Auxiliary were in uhursu of Iho tea1 were visitors in Hip city for the week-1 tables, where end with tlie letter's parents. Mr. and I was se: Mrs. P. Cain. They are returning. to Calgary tontaht. Mr. anil Mrs. A. K. IIopP of Oalga-y are visi'iora with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Meld rum, Ilardieville. McCallum, lias centred with daffodils. The sale held on ps of -suga of water until it will spin u thread when a little is dropped from ;i tea- ipoon. Pour gradually into thn stiffly been spending a few dnys with Miss filled with many tempting goodies, arge of Mrs. P. J. Kenuy and was f McKHlop, returned to her home New Dayton tliis morning. in I time were soon sold. Mrs. T. MoGil- Ian was 'in charge of the aewing table, which was eompoied a pretty as- Mrs. Geo. Angus left Sunday morn- sbrtment of plain and fancy articles, ac-' Mrs. B. J. Sflhl had chance of the tea her'room where the tables were daintily Once Jailed as (Jlarcsholm Man Had Bottle in Barn With Highly I'ain- ful Ucsults A dhiilfiiiK party ;it Law voice's barn. C'lurusliolm. tlio host. John Miilipr, the sum of and one of iho guests. Paul Ivelly. who partook too finely, tho sum ot JLO The prosecution action the A.P.I'., tahcn bororu N. C. police magistrate. The accused ap peared bpforo hhn on Iho i'lird ami. pleading "Not. guilty." was remanded in! til tlie next morning for furtliur vvi- dence, again to the ai'Lc-niouu, and f finally to the morning of the I'.ith KM dftnca was tfiven by Stanley Carey, fanimrs. ami Corporal Maclean xif the A.P.P.P. W. Steven- j I son wtated thiit he found his brother j Richard in the livery barn and that i John Maher produced a bottlo of whiskey from his pocket and save I him a drink. S. CVrey testified to his joining in the purc-hase of fc bottle Lady Rhom' In. world's IntKiness woman, director of 27 3S ;t to sununoniug Kelly for being intoxi-1 cat (-id, who said that he had Malier to gfi n bottle with which! CHURCHES UNITED EULOGIZING CARDINAL ItALTLMORE. Mar. the Many Application Forms BeUtl To Act Received Many application forms for (Hera1 insurance under tbo Domrniot overnment are helng JSKued at ntficciH of the Letllbridge branch th( OAV.V.A. Thib form of soomc to be meeting with favor araon; the returned men of this city and dis trfct. Phis morning Secretary Tnrcotte of the G.W.V.A., received notice of i change in the policies. Instead paying one-filth of the policy on dealt. greatafit now one thousand dollars will bt paid. The amendments read His majesty, by and with the advice. pud consent of the senate and houst of commons or Canada, enacts as to I lows L. Sub section 2 of section 3 of the Returned Soldiers' Insurance Act chapter 54 of the Statutes ot 1920 is repealed and ihe following sub-set; i Mahftr returned in thn burn in due j hundreds of of Tho t p in finin" i i-uuvuf it _...........uiii IM .tion in subBtltuted therefore: Tho magistrate. In finins j and I 'U The Bili? Mahor tlio sum of Held that the Gibhons that contluuo to pour in at a" UrOOO De serioiiK iisprci. of Um casn was that the arch-episcopal residence trom made on he death of the maiiredaat remainder, if any, or tho portion Jug for Kasson, Minnesota, on count of the sudden death of father, Mr. K. L. Sliugerland. centred with apring flowers. The win- HBP of table centre -which was Mayor Hurdle and Dr. nnd Mrs.! raffled Urti. L. Wadden, 648 12th Rivers, of Letllbridge, were wrok-ond soutb; cushion was won by yisttors in the Al- 713 9th St. bertan. sotjth; the Horary set was won by i-MlBs M. Horn. North Lethbridge. 4. i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mr. and Mrs. William Blair children, of High River, are j of Dr. and Mrs. ,f. S. iiestS Mrs. A. F. S. Tatuni of Calsary has left for Winnipeg where she will spend the next throe months. j v 'i- The A. Y. P. A. whist drive and :iip of rolled dry macaroons, q cup of chopped nut meats, one- third cup of chopped seeded ?-aisina, and one teaspoon orange juice. FASHION TiPS .y Two men giving their names and I addresses us Art Carson, Detroit, and [John Williams, Toronto, were arrest- ed in Sarnia on a charge of violating i the Motor Vehicles Act. i 1 Lanviu is featuring cuUvork, which J of: various sorts has been strongly played up in Paris, and one SPCS it! over and over iigaiu, in suits, dresses j and capes. SUIT OF NAVY TWILL ON OIRECTOIRE LINES. JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF The Direc.lofre mode is much in evidence in the new styles Tor sprint.'. I This suit of navy twiil shows novel i resence lU-fondanl hinl been inslrumontal in j persons of all creeds ami rank. makiiiK a number of persons drink. I an official testimonial from tbo Baiti- more Hebrew congregation, it ox- tended the sympathy of the congrega- thereof to which any beneficiary is entitlftl. shall at the option of in- sured ba payable as a life annuity 01 us an 'annuity certain for flye, ten, tlfleen or twellty ycar3' or as trimminK of black ac'cordeon pleated j on th( In tho iicliards failure of tlio defendant Mrs. Charles McClenaghan has re- 1 bridge will ba held on Thursday next turned from a short visit to Mcili-'at S o'clock in St. Ausnstin's hall. cine Hat. Everyone in the congregation is urged to a.Uend this, not only the members, Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Oagnebin and but anyone attending tho church. four children are spending the Easter Those wishing to reserve bridge holidays with friends and relatives in tables please phone 1583 or 75g. Calgary. j v I St. Mary's church vestry meeting Miss Jean Dunn of Raymond .was will be held oh Thursday at 8 o'clock the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. at the residence of Rev. S. C. Hipper. Leo -M. Coombs. i The Military Chapter, I.O.D.B.. are Mr. Walter Webb, who is engaged holding a whist drive on Friday night at S o'clock in the G.W.V.A. club rooms. This promises to be an inter- esting night for all, as, besides the the the prizes will be presented to the lady and gentleman having the highest ag- gregate score for the series of whist drives just finished. The Ladies' Aid of the United church held a very successful Easter sala on .Saturday, Goods wore dis- played In' the: hall 'on 13tli St.- and the proceeds totalled' in. the neighborhood .ofr-ftne hundred dollari; Tho annual meeting of the Muhi- chul Chapter, I.O.D.E., will be held in St. Angustin's hall on Tuesday, in, leacliing nt the Easter holidays in tho city. Miss Treuholme is leaving at tlie beginning of this week to visit with friends in Modicine Hat. Mrs. (Dr.) SLacpnole and daughter Marjorie of Cardston are spending tho Easter holidays with Mrs. j. B. Ross. Sullivan of the public schqol toachinfi staff, is ill hi tho-Van'Haar- lem hpsnital, havins undergone an operation there. Mrs. Robert Reynolds has retui-ned from Edmonton and is the guest'of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. MacLean. Mr. and Sirs. Leo Wadden were week-end visitors in '-Calgary. Mrs. n.i S.' Oonklin left on-Satur- day for Spokane where she will in future reside. Miss Dafoe, .underwent-an op- eration in the Van Haarlem hospi- tal hist week; is- fmproving- nicely. MK Charle's' 1s: 'a Visitor in-tuc city for a few daya. from Cal- fiary. Mr. .and Mrs. d'eorg Kitson of Manitoba, were -visitors in usual prizes being offered for highest score for tho evening, With this is worn a handsome vest oC white pUsue finished with a wide-, spread collar of same. The hat j is designed iu sugar loaf shape. It is oi' black milan and the openings are lined with white grosgniin ribbon. A. ite bow is chosen for the trimming. The upper half of thn Alyra laca veil is black and the lower part white. i of the city was suing Dr. Richards, the made, judgment und costs were Riven tion to the members of the household IN LYNN VS to tlm Catholic brethren of o. iviv iij-iixijo j3ajtjmore j mmy KuuriiiiLKK iu A glowing tribute to the cardinal's! f 1 as long as tho beneficiary may live, 2. Section 10 of the said Act is amended by inserting after the won' memory was voiced in a resolution adopted yesterday by the Baltimore federation of churches 'representing virtually all the Protestant denomin- ations of the city which said that he "Act" in the second line thereof, the words "or the Pension Law of any. the plaintiff before the Supremo j raen without" distinction of creed or C ourt sittings were closed on Thurs- sec, day. merits the praise and esteem of all 1 of Hia Allies or Associated. j Powers In the Great War" and by the addition of the following sentence. i "Provided, however, that this section JOACHIM A HERCCULES Arrangement nf the appointment of MONTREAL, ii 2S.--A modern i Hercules has applied "idiinssion in Embroideries of the Bulgarian kind! Montreal Constabulary fon-e. and law- breakers crossing his are likely to have a strenuous time1. Joachim Dinn, of Cape Maria, BJU de Chuleur.! Will Ha Liff- the FmKarffO i ton forwarded by whose exploits have been Vidoly not-1 i Detective Pat Egiin. and brought back are a prominent ornamentation on new French blouses, while Howord and fniit effects seem to be equal in Uv3ir Importance. led in the press, gave yentPrday before So far the hangiiig or pendant trim.! ;-n admirine erouo wiiii h i-ichi'lc-il such as the hatpin, which dangles off j Chief cf Polioe Pierre Betanger, aa- the bat, has been called the eurnsis Distant Chic? I.ORgett Ai'thiu- trim, but now it seems it is to be the Miiranda. uud creole. other olflcti's, a ration of his, iirowess. f Although almost all of Uui slt'rls at KO broke with, cai-'e a pair of solid the Beer opening were full, the .-fun-p handcuffs with 'whirh thoy numacled ness is held in pleats or folds, so that; his wrists ami torn in piouen with bit; the line is never bouffant, even in a; fingers and tefstn 25 "cent pieces VLK i of lace evening dresses which i easily as ordinary mortal.-! tear paper.1 suggest Spanish influence. I One'of. his favorite pastimeM is tn climb a. teln.Kraph with -i- Black evening frocks made in the I pound on his shoulders, j straight line silhouette are the favor- ;nm] Ofner are to dinner gown in Paris restaurants tear packs of playing cards and raise] j condition of tho' monkey house was J [due to the umivaiiabiiity of funds upkeep, he promptly inquired how nuif'h was required, and, being told, wrote u cheque for The sig- nature WHS that of Sir Basil Anglo-Greek multi-millionaire. DOC DIPPY ARRESTED GREEK FORCES STILL !N EDMONTON, BROUGHT ADVANCE AGAINST TURKS BACK TO LETHBRIBGE Hurry S. Stone, alia.8 Craig, aliaa Doc Diiipy, was arrested at On just now. j Blue, mauve, blaclt and white were the leading colors for the inauguration 1'OBtivities at Washington. two men seated nn [in iron bar. j Dinn is "S rears old and is six feet ray ami combinations I ona ilu.h ln jwighl. 1-1 u is fond of ex- hibiting an American duliar piece v.hicli he luis iu .several t irec- tious and which lie wears on his watcii chain. He haw piven rnnity pubHc dem- 1'alm Beach reports that feather fans still hold their own beside tho i onstrations of his prowess. i to the city, from which he had slip- peel out, jumping his bail ot on i which he was released on remand on the alleged charge of living on the avail-o of prostitution. ATHENS. Mar. Karah- isaar, important railway junction south ot Esklshehr. has been taken bj (freek foices from the Turkieh Nation- alists, pays a Smyrna dispatch. Many prisoners and large quautitiea of wai materials have been captured, the disnatch declares, ami the Turks are fleeing toward Kiutayah. about fifty miles northward. It is said the Creel: losses have been insignificant. new spangled fans, though the now KWAEH WAS QUASHED ones are not more than 12 or 11 inches j _____ in diameter. British if- have iu-st l.oi'il Lee of minister ugrH-.nituro of Clrcat Britain, on whom much pressure is lieing brought by .ilarcli. 211, at 8, o'clock sharp. The nrimlt' new ollicers of the Primary Chapters' "ranul will elect tho Municipal oltcers for the coming year. All primary mem- bers are cordially invited to attend. Mr. H. McG. Young is preparing his stnilents for a musicate in Harper's Friday evening, April 1st, at 7.30 o'clock, concluding with a short re- cital by four promising advanced pup- Cranney, baritone, and Misses Edith Bawden, Myrtle Hose and Krika Olamler, pianists. Being .Easter Monday, tho C.irl Guide Company No. 2 will not hold the city for a' ton- (luys ntTtho end thuir I'sual meeting, ol' the wee.K en route to tholr home, after spending- the past four months WHEREVER supreme excel- lence souyht, the choice invariably fallt upon the Helntz- man A Cc. Piano. YE OLD FIF1ME HEINTZMAN CO., Limited. Home of the Victrola and Records. 403 Fifth St. S., Lethbriilgc. PHONE 582. The Ladies' Society to the B. of L: F. and E. will meet in the Oddfellow's Hall tonight at 1 31V. Kirby will'be in charge of thn I gymnasium classes tor ladies to-mor- particulars of how Heneral II. orer.v pvovinoo of Canada to lift the :'g opening showed Itenais- Dvei. ijiifi captnred Kwash and ,ie.; embargo on Canadian cattle. sajnce inspiration, with the waist )he Baluchi force of :______ _ place low ail around, or olpo low in thousand, he liaving hut tn-nj the back and somewhat higher ia DOMINION REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 41 WILL HOLD A DANCE IN THE MASONIC HALL, 10TH ST. S.. Wed. Evening March 30th DANCING FROM 9 TILL 2. ADMISSION BY INVITATION ONLY BLUEBIRD ORCHESTRA Dress informal. Street car after dance. J 17 navitlrymen nnd 100 j lea. Tho trick was turnoil i assuming Bnncral's rank ilia thon wusiia :oerlin.rr to ilciniinii and aecnre nn nn- fonililionul ili.j cn- tirii force Jis an N.B. COTTON MILLo ARE CLOSED DOWN row night at the.Y; II. C. A. at eight 'o'clock: clasaea will be helifiit the The regular.testimony meeting of tho Christian Science society will held in tho Hull Block on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. WEDDINGS Even German papers in commenting :a thp rumor that on a recent fashion ball in Berlin Brilish general with his army had quote Oscar Wilde's lines: "Too much HIP mountains, ami pro- paint and too few clothes are ahvays a sign of despair." Some of the frocks a stalactite fringe of small litiads of, different sizes sewn to the. edge of the: corsage an.fl covering the skirt of Hie gown, and panels are nearly .ahv.iys CJT JOUN' "V. beaded, with bis, flat cut-jut or cofored; Cornwall mid York Coiton''.Mill's. I.'iiii- heads. ts down for (wo weeks j today. Ahtnil. cmployess ai'e af- New lork reports that, greys and! iiepressiou in trade is given j blues ia all shades are the leading tl, ,.casim Uif. sbntrlown. Iln-, colors for Raster, anil many of the rainM have been running! one-piece dresses in iigiit grey have folu. :t touches of embr'oidery and biridiiiKS of', '_________________. cu-e .braicl and narrow moire ribbon.! QUEBEC IN DARKNESS I QU10BEC. Miir. 2S.--Quebec's strent Many of the sheer white Shetland was out. of rommis- sweaters aro now seen with oiien j leaving tbe city in, work bauds knitted in, ami woni hours the Shetland scarves that, seem to trouhle oil' the trails- remain popular for uiiorts1. wear at public Servti-e Palm Beach. between Quebec alifi to floods. WHY AUTO ACCIDENTS HAPPEN, JUGGLING WITH DEATH The marriage was quietly solemn- ized this morning, 2S. at eleven o'clock, of Mr. Theodore Christlanson of N'oblcford (o MifiH Nellie Warnock oil Harons. Rev. A. H. Denooll was tho officiating minister at, the cere- mony which tcwk place at the manse. Mr. and Mrs. Christiansen will make i TORONTO. Ulrch "Many awi- i dents happen because people have not Catching a in-nuurf nitro-glyceriii" Ihtf point of view of other users of torpedo as il .was Mown from Uio cas- SWAP I What's Swap? Swap what? their home at Xohleford. THE HOME KITCHEN (By A. L. Wrntan.) Nut and Raisin Pie Iloal to a cream half a cup o[ butler and one cup of sugar; stir Into this the roadway." said Mr. G. A. Hoilg-'l'ix iinnxpocted (low of gas at son. tho 1920 presiilent of the Ontario I Hreckenrhigo, Texas, Powell Wright] Motor League and a member of tbo held it until fifty persons and. 200 j Executive Committee of the Ontario I Quarts of HIP explosive on a nearby j Safety League, speaking recent-1 wagon had reai-iiPd safety. He then! !y "If the mntorisl could get' the' ''nippeil it In Ihc hole ami es-1 pedestrian's point of view ami the j capotl.; The was wrecked. [tudestriau the point of i view. I am there winlld be iftiwer accidnnis and fataiities. Rach should tiiiow Ihe oihor bas rights the street, and each tiiose riKiii.-. AVc need throughout tiio whole country a campaign of safety with a new slogan "Courtesy First." BRITISH AUTHOR DIES LONDON. Mar. Charlos Haddon ClmmbarK. .iolirnalist. novelist ami dra- matic author, died at his homo here today. Among Ills best known works tho well bc.aten ynlkn eggs. Slfliwero "Captain "Thn Old Lady" line and three-quarters cups of nuiirlnnrt "Tho ImiKwiiJbU DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL ORGAN DC- IfH'C. Pl.'UiO CflHfctl. (171- isli.'.Jnst iiVe A Hue orgon for t'liaiJel or school. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th St. 1545. TO HAND BY EXPRESS Made of excellent quality pure wool velour, all num- bers above lined throughout with floral pussy- willow silk, handsomely braided, beautifully tailored, shown in colors taupe, sand, beaver, Copenhagen and grey. Dainty Georgette Waists At Slip-over and regular blouse stylec, handsomely embroidered in si'rk or wool yarns. Worth to n i P'li if or Special bilk nose, Ribbed top. in splendid quality, shown in all the wanted colors. All sizes to 10 inches. Fine Serge Dresses, Very special value, made of fine quality botany serge, handsomely embroidered and beaded. All shown in newest styles. Finest Kid Gloves, Every pair guaranteed. Finest T< rpuch kid' colors mode-s, biack and white. All sizes. 614 3rd Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE. ;