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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MARCH 12M MILADI Daily Fashion B.) MARCH Forward and impetuous lUd flikln In his ways, Muath of moods and pastlons coma will, lengthtmiaf dan, loitering and hastening, reveling In fan When down the hillsides snow-fills laughing run. Now with uid Winter marching on a raid, Like a Kultiier, armed with frosty blade. Now a rank deserter, wooing Princess Spring, Where some daring songbird has be gun to sing. Ruddy-faced und through and wind and sleet, Weiring c.own a pathway for April' dainty feet. U Patterson. ploutant little oaemeuto. consisting of a Pali of iimonlc and a wilcb full from his fellow workers AlbwrUn. SOCIAL F.VENT8 Mils entertained rtry pleae- antljr yesterday afternoon at Bridge, and win also be a at the tea hour tomorrow. Quite the moat attractive danco o! the Easier season was held avail- ing by Mepla Leaf Chapter No. 7, 0. K. S In tha Mtlknntfi Uall ._ 1 PERSONALS 4- E. S. in the Masonic Hall. This an nual dance of the Order is yearly looked forward to with much pleaiure i sun and tia assemblage of two hun- dred gueets that gathered ttore for the event, wag testimony to Its popu- larity. i Nothing could have teen prettier than the decoration of the htll in the star colors of blue, jrellow, white, sreen and red, prettily combined in festoons on tbe celling, while a large star ornamented one end of the hall and was illuminated in the same col- ors, forming a leading feature In the starlight waltzes which were introduc- ed as a novelty during the evening. Palms and potted planu, kindly lent by the Ten-Ill Floral company, added to the beauty of tall, and the whole, combined with the fay colors of tho many beautiful gownr worn by Messrs. J. D. Porter and W. C. Tay- lor of Spokane, are visitors in the city. Mrs. G. Tallman of Taber, la 111 in the Gait Hospital. Miss Dorothy Blenner-Hassett has ul lno worn hr returned to her home In Taber, after the ladles, made an attractive scene snenrllnv tho ITacto.- vltk Th- j____n__--_ .cens. FRINGE TRIMS THIS spending the Easter Miss Ombra Hick. holidays with Mrs. (Capt) Lindsay left this week for Victoria, where she wfll visit her daughter, who attending school In that News. The decoratioa committee In charge'tbat uvuauillMJV fU of Mrs. Farrls, deserve, great credit for the appearance of the hall. The refreshment committee In charge of Mrs. Livingstone, left noth- ing to be desired at lunch time when occasional tables were set up In the lower hall, each tastefully centred BLACK CREPE DOWN There's just a suggestion of Carmen in the style of this handsome It is made of black fabric much favor at this time. THROUGH WIBTERN EVES The Iislltuto Convention for the southern district, held at Ta- ber, has Just cloieJ. So successful has It been that upon a motion being brought in that district conferences he ilonc away with. It was unanimous- ly decided that they should con- {tlnued. This dlnirkt covers tho whole of Southern Alberta south of, and in- cluding Calgary. Women from Cham- pion, i'rom Cavendiah, from Foremost, from all quarters of the south met to discuss a common work and receive j inspiration. About eighty women were in attendance. the reports occupied too much time at the session, they show- ed an amatini work being done by the Institutes. Chief among this work has been the assisting of patients who could not afford medical treatment. and the building "f rest-ro'oms. If nothing else had been done, their work would have been of immeasur- able value. But It has included many, many other activities also. Tbe history of one flourishing little local at Buffalo, on the Kmpress line, was most interesting. Starting with a band of eleven women, they have been instrumental in the building of a I community: not to mention the long distance telephone and civic re-j pairs that they have acquired. Miss Mclsaac. who speaks but is very much to the point in her I utterances, gave a few pithy remarks in which she urged the women not to I be a "Me. too." She .urged the women not to join men's societies In the I form of an auxiliary which she de mwer nan, eacn tastefully centred Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McRae have re-' daffodils, eorera being laid for turned to the city after spending few days In Hlllcrest. a j four at each table. Mrs. W. L. McKen- I He is to be congratulated on the artis- tic appearance of the room. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Queree were Mr. E. Rannard and Mr. P. E. Reagh in the city yesterday looking up old made very capable floor managers and :the music supplied by the Taxedo Or- chestra, gave the fllnUolng touch to a most successful and enjoyable even- CUJUJB 1BVUT al LnlS time. J Oltu uc- The -skirt presents a certain tier-like as being -relegated to a corner ttttnpt fttf It In to dittl'llHR small matlpr.a UL'hilp tho effect, for it is trimmed with rows of black silk fringe. The iliiiply-tuhlon- ed bodice Is partly concealed by a shawl of the crepe that is set about the shoulders. This. too. is adorned with the fringe. The girdle is set low on the dress and is fabricated from black velvet softly draped about the figure. The big black hat harmon- to discuss small matters while the men formulated ihc policy of the so- ciety, and brought the women in at I the end to agree with their decisions. Miss Mclaaac claimed that women should have some any in shaping the policies of societies where both men and fomen were concerned; that they should insist upon their voices beiog friends. Miss Allred of Spring Coulee, waa In the city last week for a a visitor short time. Mrs. Hurst, who has been the guest qf Mr. and Mrs. Allwood, returned to her home in Calgary this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Perrin Baker of Nem- facam, have been in Medicine Hat at- tending the U. F, A. convention there. Mrs. Harry Hearn is In Spring Coulee visiting with her sister, Mrs. Orock. Mr. and Mrs. Osoorno and familj returned to Medicine Hat yesterday, after spending the Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. Skilton. Miss Margnret Kemmis was In Cow- ley from Lt-thbrldkn to attend the Ma- sonic Enterprise. Sirs. W. T. Holt, formerly of this city, has returned to her home in Cal- sary, haying returned from a sli months' visit in England, via the Em press of Prance. Miss Olive White of Cranbrook, Is visiting with Miss Darina Sang. Dr. G. B. Rase of Taber, who is ill In Gait Hospital, is doing as well as fan be expected. Mrs. Roso. who ac- companied her husband, returned yes- terday to Taber. Rev. R. Clegg, who has been con- ducting a aeries of special services In the city, spent the week-end at his home in Carmangay. Mr. and Mrs. Christiansen, whose marriage took place yestei jay, left on the afternoon train to visit In Calgary. They will reside in Nobleford, where Mr. Christianaon is permanently em- ployed by the United Grain Growers. ing. lies well with the decorations of the hear'l matters; that they .also dress, for it is trimmed with uncurled ostrich. Dorothy May Bowman Stavert. daugh- ter of Mrs. F. u Stavert, 334 River- "Don't bo a uale Avenue, and the late K. C. B. _ 'as com-, Stavert, were united in marriage, Rev, should be ready to learn from the I men In mp.ny things; that, above all. they should never join in the form of an auxiliary or ladies', aid. So the moral of the convention was, 'Me, too.'" unucu m marriage, posed of Miss M. P. Gibson, Mis. R. W. H. Montgomery, ot Strathmore per- L.ongr. Mr. L. McKen-iie and Mr. W. forming the ceremony. The bride, Haffern, who were untiring in their efforts to see that the evening was made pleasurablbe to every guest pres- ent Among the out-of-town guests ware Mrs. (Dr.) SUcpoola of Cardston and Mrs. Hurst of Calgary The Fragments of France are hold- ing a Whist Drive on SVIdav, April 8, in the G. W. V. A. hall. Invitations have baen by the Knights of Columbus, Council 1490, for a dance to be held on Wednesday, April 6, In the Masonic Hall. A list of those who have received invitations will bo in the hands of the committee shortly, so that gentlemen wishing to engage partners will be enabled to see :he names of those who have received nvitations. The women of iVuriing Million I Board will not meet for sewing this week, but will meet ou Wednesday next as usual. Owing to the impossibility of se- curing the hall, the party for Miss Hageli's class of has baen post- >oned until a week from nnt Wed- nesday, April 6th. v The regular monthly meeting of the Mathesis club will be held In St. Augustin's hall tomorrow afternoon at o'clock. The executive will kindly meet a few minutes before that hour. who entered the church to the strains of the wedding march, played by Mr. W. Montgomery was given away by her brother, Mr. Jack Stavert, mak- ing a truly charming picture in her gown of heavy white satin, trimmed with real' lace, and train of tulle, which ended in two heavy pearl tas- sels. Her bridal veil was most be- comingly arranged, and she carried a beautiful bouquet of Easter lilies. Mrs. H. Chandos Walcott, o[ Pincher Creak, gowned in pale pink taffeta trimmed with gold ribbon, and wear- JUNIOR FALCONS ARE ABBOTT CUP WINNERS TORONTO. Mar. junior Falcons, of Winnipeg, Saturday won the Memorial hockey cup, although they, were decidedly defeated by the Stratford team in the second game, i j The Falcons' victory Thursday night gave them an aggrc-1, gate of 11 goiils to the easterners' ft. j 1 PETERBORO WINS Mrs. McQiadrie's section of the Women of Mooseheart Legion will meet at her home at the River Bot- tom on Wednesday at 3; 30 o'clock. Mr. Xess, of the firci of Campbell, Wilson and Home, Limited, who has recently been promoted to the position I Coulee and Mr. Thomas Ot of superintendent of tho Lethbridge i HaymoT.d, were yesterday of yellow organdie and carrying a basket of yellow tulips. Mrs. Stavert, mother of the bride, wore a rich gown of amethyst satin, with touches of mauve, und large black picture hat. Her corsage bouquet was of violets. Mr. Percy Saunders acted as grooms- man, while Mr. Shaylor Turner and Klnderseley acted as During the signing of the register Pitchford sang beauti- ,__ PETERBORO, Mar. ng a hat of taffeta and georgette- of I won the first half of the C. A. B. A. the same shade, acted as Matron of j basketball finals here tonight by de- and Mies tf the duties of bridesmaids. Miss Me-..___________ Kelvie wore a very becoming gown of torquoisc taffeta, trimmed with touch- es of silver embroidery and lace, and wore a picture bat of grey mohair, while Miss McEachren wore a very sretty gown of mauve taffeta, with large picture hat of grey mohair. Both carried baskets filled with spring Mr. Charles ushers. Miss Bessk fully. SLOAN'S GOES RIGHT TO THEjrVCHING SPOT You Can Just Tell By its Healthy, Stimulating Odor That is is Going To Do You Good of men and women, when the least little rheumatic 1 "crick" assails them, have Sloan's Liniment handy to knock it out. ular over a third of a century far more popular today. 's because it is so wonderfully ill relieving exterual aches and -sciatica, lurnbago, backache, Pop- o- Pains neuralgia, overstrained muscles, stiff Joints, weather exposure results. A little is all that is necessary, for it soon penetrates without rubbing, to After the ceremony n reception was the held lit the homo Morning Albertan. the sore spot. No muss, no stained Canada. All 70c, of superintendent of tho Lethbridge branch, was made the recipient of 'HEREVER supreme excel- Invariably falls upon the Heintz- man A Co. Piano. YE OLD FIRME HEINTZMAN CO., Limited. Home of tho Victrola and Victor Records. 403 Fifth St. S., Lethbridge. PHONE 582, WEDDINGS One of the prettiest and most inter- esting weddings of tbe season took place in the Pro-Cathedral lait even- ing at half-pait eight o'ctook, when Mr. Francis Cecil Barker and Miss Old. faded skirts, waists, coats, sweaters, draperies, everything, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton, or mixed goods, can be dyed any rich, fadeless color with Diamond Dyns. Buy no other Miss Caroline Barms of Spring i Coulee and Mr. Thomas Otis Court ot Raymond, were yesterday united in marriage, Bishop Geo.' W. Green of- ficiating. Mr. and Mrs. Court will make their home in Raymond. w The marriage of Charles Stire, or Blairmorc. and Miss Alice Maud Fal- coner, of Pincher Creek, formerly ot Ardgay. Rosshire. Scotland, was sol- emnized at Calgary recently, the Rev. J. McCartney Wilson officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Stire will reside in DIair- more. Blairmore Rnterpriae. A EASTER EGO HUNT IS ENJOYED BY KIDDIES ft SWAP! What'a Swap whit? DAILY STORE NEWS SPECIAL IsTEY oc- tave. Piano caMd. Walnut fin- ish. Just like new. line organ for chapel or icliooi. ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC 315 8th St. 8. Phone 1645. Could roil have been at hall yesterday afternoon at lour o'clock- you would have wondered at Sloans Linimentfc: BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK the number of little folk that entered the hall, armed will! a basket and a From the duys of Job, up to tin the afflictions of tlie human race. the af Heltons of tho bum an race. All tbe poulticing and taiicing you may do will not. prevent them from breaking out again. Boils arc simply caused by the had blood bursting out; and the bad blood must be made puro bofore tho will disappear. .Burdock Blood Bitters, which has been on the market fbr over forty Wesley yeara- is wal1 known as the greatest it fnnr blood medicine procurable. It purifies the blood by removing every particle of 'oul matter from the annunl ._......._. tor the big Blaster egg hunt turned out one hundred strong terday afternoon. the system, and when this, ta done the ranish, and you should never ba Joyous smile of antlcjpation.' It I Mr. James' Falicy. Newport Island. Que" was troubled with boils on my back and neck, so bad that I was obliged to give up work. Mra. Dowiler, under whose direc- tion this annual event has come to ho Instituted, was In charge of the after- noon's activities, and the children were first, treated to nevnral interest- ing stories, told in Mm. Bowsley'e Inimitable Btyle. Then tho real fun ot thn afternoon commenced when two hundred curi- ous eyes started to search for the prolt.y colored Mat were hidden in the rooms, not to menlloc thn sur- prise Bnckoti: that turned up In odd and uroipecled vlacea, U was not I tried several remedies, but got no relief. Finally I went to a doctor, and he treated me for several weeks, all without benefit. At last a friend told me of Burdock Blood Bitters, ao threr bottles, but before i had taken v.-oman should dress, wo all listen two Hie boils were all gone. It Is with attention, knowing that we wil! Wednesday Morning Shopping Made Easy by Re-Adjusted Prices Store Hours for Wednesday, 8 J am to 1 pm Handiome Voiles, to Exclusive designs in beautiful i-oiles. Comes in smart color- ings of saxe, taupe, brown, and navy. A lovely range to choose from. Priced, to Jersey Fraconne Silk, Yard The new Jersey silk, 'much firmer and does not stretch like Lricolette. Conies In smart new shades of Peacock, Green. Peach, Turquoise, and Navy. 36 inches wide. 0o Ar" Per yard New and Yard The newest goods for smart frocks for ladles and kiddles. All new shades of nlie, pale blue, rose, orchid, helio iml gold. 3S and 44 inch' wide. At, per yard, White Organdies and Dimities, 69c to A full range of plain and fancy effects. Makes pretty dresses, and easily laundered Wool Gabardine Another fabric eminently suit- able for dresses and suits; has a hard twill surface, therefore en- suring splendid wearing quality. Colors Taupe. gundy, and Copen. 54 pn inches wide. Per yard, vv.dv Navy Wonderful value In Kavy Serges from the cotton and wool to the splendid botany and imperial seizes. Fast colors. They come in all prices from, per to 1 At Georgette and Crepe de A big range of those beauti- ful fabrics in every wanted color; fully 40 Inches wide. At the remarkably low price of Wool Yd. Two pieces only, all-wool Hop- sac. Would make splendid suits jr everyday skirts. Colors Pekin blue and trey mixture. 54 in. wide. Splendid value fn 1C at, yard Mercerized Poplin, Yard Good for children's wear; JJ inches wide. Comei in black. white, rose, and copen. Good strong wearinc goods. Yard___ Wool Tricotine, Most luitable for smart sprint suits or dresses. Very soft quit- Ity goods, and drapes beautiful- ly. Comes in Pekin Blue, Sand, Taupe, and Copen. 54 uu vvirail. Inchei wide. Yard Seed and Bugle An excellent line at the price. In pink, red, blue, silver, glass, gold, metal, irridescent, black, and white. Splendid value; per tube ........1UC Spring's Popular Tweed Hate We have just a new shipment of Men's Donegal Tweed Hats in the new shape, and are made to keep their All at one price............................... i; Spring Hats for Boys A new assortment of boys' ipring hats has just arrived for ipring selling. Colors in com- ilmitions of blue and white; shepherd check and black. All sizca. Dressy Shirts To be neatly dressed a man needs 11 fine shirt, and for a larger range-and selection the H.B. can show you prints, ox- fords, pongee, striped illk and wool taffetas; a complete range of sizes, 14 to 18. Silk Socks for Men's pure silk socks in a wonderful variety of. colors, olive green, smoke, eunmetal, brown, tau, black, and navy. Made from purs silk thread in two of the best seme and Holeproof. Boyi' Novelty Capt hare the new skull cap for boys in combination colon; the cap without a peak. red and black, tan and black, and grey and red. All nr one prlca ...............IOC HALF-DAY SPECIALS IN LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR READY-TO-WEAR MILLINERY Chic from the eastern fashion centres ire tile smart ready-to-wear hats now ou display in our showroom, .with many new colorful touches that mean so much to the sin-ing millinery. Prices fr 10 AA up to .........................Jlfc.UU PLAIN STRAW HATS Decidedly smart are the tailored sailor bats in the new shapes presenting from the finest to the ever-popular heavy woven straw with wide hat band to match; In colors of navy, red, natural, and black. Wednesday f j AA to morning. Tie Back Sweaters TllG new tie back sweater, used as a blouse. Come in all the new bright shades. Long sleeve and short. Sizea 34 to it. Special for Wed. morning, Balkan Blotuei Pretty little Balkan Blouses of silk .iiongee, In the natural shade. Round with short front closing and rhort sleeves. All sizes. Special Wed. Morning, CORSETS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING SELLING Back-lacing corset of strong net coutil, well boned, with four-hook front steel Sires 20 to 2S. Wednesday morn- ing special COMBINATIONS AND .i- BLOOMERS Medium weight cotton combination! and bloomers, In colors of pink and white. The bloomers have elastic waist and knee; while the combinations are daintily trim- med with lace. All at special prices for Wednesday. Bloomers............ 85e Combinations (out Plaid s Popular The very newest and smart- est New York sport skirts; made from all-wool plaid; in different stylos and colors. These models portray the very latest fashion notes for spring. Sizes 23 to 30. INCORPORATED I67O. SOME PRACTICAL POINTERS When a business a prac- lical one at that. and successful enough to have been chosen as Sec- rolarjr of the National Federation or American liuslnesa Women's Clubs. on th elRht months now, and 1 have had no return ot tbe old troubl-j, and I buve never felt HO n. B. B. Is put up only by The T. MillHiru Co.. Limited, Toronto, Out Advertisement. hoar something better Hum the su- perCluoun advice usually offered (in tills subject. "Energy wasted In tight shoes and tiglit skirta that we can't walk In Is energy that ithould go into coistruc- tive she declared. "A business woman must dross for emergencies. What would a business man amount to if he had to go home and dress before a sudden train trip? Vfe should go into national conven- tion and tell tbe manufacturers what we think on this subject. We want comfort, and we don't need to be either. 'No ono earns too small a salary not to budget it for necessities and for amusements. "Always plan to aave something, if only 25 cents a week. Make a point of putting aside some money regardlen HI tha temptations of movlei and loda grills the seal your pay envelopes without resolving to de- posit regularly even a small percent- age of what that envelope cantatas. You must stive while you are when you are old it will be perhaps, but your earning capacity may be less." Instead of grating cheese [or ouca- ronl, cut It Into small pieces and add a white gauce seasoned with Hit tod paprika, itir over a fire until tie cheese It melted and blend wHk sauce. Mix with macaroni which been tolled In salted wator until nft. Bake until It hat began to an top. A cupful of white Mt'a cup of chcete to a half-pound ot MM> ronl U a rood proportion. ;