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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta T^pyjBSDJ^ t DECEMBER 1, lfl2C ' MILADI 18S4 T ^ 4>  :� fl-^ V  i� �^;�  �4ftet �which they will proceed to the coast for^the benefit of the former's health. atri A. A. Southard pf Calgary Is a vi��te in the city. * * * Bishop. Qji^en was a visitor in Raymond yeSTOTday.. .  �*�  MriHiaridCiMrs. W. H. Mclntyre of Magra'th or^i'StBltors In the 6ity .this �week. wltfiOhliti^arhetB, Mr, and Mr^': V. Stpltei;'^'^, i - , . � * � Mr.^Atid 'iilrs. .Carve have=i hej8�l>!iri�^sti^^M$i^ Hotej^ �''^linM'iAwn'V'' x\vksi'i>L'i*� popiil last? ....... Mt3l_,,______________ Bleti6Sfep|ft),,>Wi^^^lB�" . TCLoXaiT' visltonj:^ kt the honife of. Mr. and.1l*f^8; feoayiin.Nobtefotd on Sat-iirdayi,?-'i:'�' ..^ � ��� . ' �'. '�'  � ' , Friln^'Oi "Mrs: Sffnest'WobftB IfrtU lie pleased , to.. he(ir of her renewed health after, h^r 'Jtecent illness In-^^iie hospitjal. Mrs; Wfi^s, tisia resiimeS;] her duties at her'Taflors. *  Mrs. A. J. f�{prher and' Miss Gea&, gina Barber are leaving today for-Vancouver and Los Angeles, where they will spend the winter months. �- ' �7 Raymond visitors in tlie city today include Messrs A. Mitchell, L. ,Brew-erton and Y. Card. �  � ' Mr.^and Mrs. Drury Baker are leaving tonight for Long Beach, California, v.-hei'e they will raalce their future home. Mrs. Baker will visit in North Dakota en route. , e �  Mr. Harry McCoy of Chin is leav--ing next, week to visit at Indlanola, Iowa.  *  Mr. and Mrs, Virtue and little dauKhter have returned from Barons, �where they were the guests of Mrs. H. Harris. � � � Mr. Dan Hooker, of Hatton, Sask.. is tlie guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fleet v/ood.  �  Rev. P. W. Dafoe has returned from Peace River, after a month's absence working under the auspices of the Baptist Missionary Board of Alberta. � � �  �  SOCIAl. �  Mrs! Minor entertained very delightfully last evening in honor of Mrs. Drury Baker, who is leaving tonight for "California. During the evening Miss Glayzer, on behalf of a large number of assembled guesil presented Mrs. Baker with a handsome ivory bonnet mirror. Mrs. Baker has been a resident of Lethbridge for ton years and leaves a host of friends in the city. * �   The Masonic Hall was crowded to capacity last evening at one of the most pleasant dances yet given by the C.P.R. Social and Athletic club. Each month these affairs are growing in popularity. Last evening music and Soor wtn 1var excellence and the genial spirit of good fellowship that preVaded the hall made the whole dance enioyftble if-QiP' foeginOlng to M^. B. S(|ander&:7Wflis hostess yesterday afternoon ^at her home in the Victoria Manllona; when she entertained a number of friends at bridge. Mrs. .solan ^as l{he winner of the Orst prizCand MtBi^.Uim. took the cDnsdlatldh pMio. ' 5� - � CHtiRfeHES AND SOCIE-TWi ? �> � � . � - ,  TheV^^sJliBy "Ladles' Aid will hold their regular meeting on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the ladies' parlor. �  * The first aid class will meet In the Y tonight at 7.30. The regular monthly meeting of the: Women's auxiliary to the Y.M.C. A. will be hold on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the "Y." All members are urged to attend as important business will'be discussed.  *   Will the ladies cooking for the | banquet to be held in I.O.O.F. hall i Friday night kindly try and send same to the hall between 3 and 5 or after 7, with name attached. If those not able to send will phone 381 or 501 the committee will' arrange to have thepti called for. ' * * * The music department of the Ma-thesls club will meet tomorrow evening with Mrs. Forstar, 604 ;8t^ Stree^. South, at 8. o'cfctk.'fe '  ^ r � MIsa McLSnjan of Hon(ui, China, will; Siddrifssi r.B .meetinte ; In Knox churbl|i Thui^BHiCy ivtening at 8 O'clock to which the public are invited. A collection will be taken in aid of the Chinese famine fund. The Ladies' Aid of Knox church will meet in the school room of the church tomorro��.. afternoon at three o'clock.   � The whist drive which.was to have been giveh by the, members of the A. Y.P.A. tomorrow night has been post-pbned out of courtesy to the Misses Washbrook, who are members of the association, and whoso mother died today. The drive will be held on December 9. . .   * Mrs. Muxworthy's section of the Rebekahs will meet with the executive committee at 1018 12th Street S., on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Work to be priced. new modes in millinery Three distinctive types of hats. are illustrated. The model at the top is made of black velvet with a facing of cire satin. A roll of cire satin accentuates the striking shiape of the hat, while a large silver pin gives a finish to this chapeau. A piece of an old Paisley shawl is used for the erect brim of the hat below. The crown is of blue velvet which goes well with the soft reds and blues in the Paisley cloth. Designed especially for the woman who affects tailored modes is the smart sailor. It is originated in brown silk duvetyn. TJiis material is effectively draped about the crown. So that a hat both practical and good {looking is achieved. no woman candidate for School board? The question of a woman candidate for the school board was brought up at yesterday's meeting of the Local Council of Women in Harper's Hall, when several names were proposed. Each lady named, however, refused to stand. While everyone at the meeting seemed to approve of the idea, not one of the ladies felt at liberty or willing to undertake the candidature. Consequently the matter was left open. The report of the laws committee was given by Mrs. Alex Smith and Mrs. F. A. Stoltze, who were dele-Kates at the meeting of the provincial executive In Calgary. Mrs. Smith told of the discussion of the year book and disapproval over the delay, as well as the expense of issuing pamphlets, resulting in a protest being sent to the secretary of the National Council. It was also decided to ask the provincial l.O.D.E. j to affiliate with the provincial National Council. A resolution left over from last October dealing with the reading of a verse from the Bible daily without comment in public schools was asked to be brought up in the locals and discussed. Mrs. Stoltze spoke of the various proposed laws: that divorce be grant-1 ed to a wife for th6 same cause as to a husband; that husband, wife or family desertion be made an extraditable offense; that the proven father of a child born out of wedlock be responsible for the support of the child; that a now order of nursing housekeepers or trained attendants be given training at the aericultnral 4 Growing Children ^ sometimes shoot up so fast that food does not seem to meet Natures requirements | Grape=Nuts is a splendid food for toys and girls during the growing age llade of wheat stod harlejr, it contains Nature own elements for building bone, musde and Uood VeiyHouTishmg and Delightfiil tolkste Made hy &nafflian Bastum Cereal Cojll �WbuUor. Ontario. schools, including a three months' maternity course, who could do district nursing under trained nurses; that" the government be asked for further information regarding a home for incurables; that a petition be 86nt for a deteijtion home for those of confirmed evil habits; that the custodial care of mental defectives be looked into, as slight mental cases should not be put with those of great defectiveness; that a home for indigent poor be looked into; that the dower act be increased to include that the wife's consent must be obtained for some valuable consideration; that a widow be protected from her husband's creditors In the same way in which a husband is protected while' alive. The matter of trained attendants was brought up at the meeting and upon motion of Mrs. Stafford was endorsed. It was also decided that the story hour be started in the reading room of the Y.M.C.A. the first Saturday in January. Tt was moved that a letter of sympathy be sent to Mrs. Davidson. Mrs. Stoltze was appointed a delegate to Edmonton on December 9, also Mrs. Higlnbotham of Edmonton will be asked to attend. The question of a hall for meetings was a puzzling,one, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Ball and Mrs. Boyd being appointed a committee to look Into the matter. The president. Miss Bawden, occupied the chair. No meeting will be held in December.    : : ? > > > ? ? MISS CLINTON RECOVERING * � � : ? ? ? ? ? : Already folk who are going south this winter are planning their warm weather wardrobes, clothes that will form the basis of next spring and summer's outdoor apparel. The fabrics for wear in California and Honolulu will be, the new flannel, called English cricket cloth , the French stuffs of great variety of color and weaves and blanket-like tweeds In soft stripes. Trlcolette, so fashionable for the last few years, is appearing again, this time heavily disguised with all over embroidery giving a rich and almost brocaded effect. A delightful feature of the new clothes Is the exchanging of coats and skirts. The combinations may be various. A light blue and j'jold striped skirt may be worn with either a gold colored or dark 'olisa co,it. A practi- � cal style ib Uiat of llin new iiJeated skirts. The pleals straijiht and an inch in width. Tho niateiialsmay be I IS NOW IN FULL SWING Owing to the Steady Stream of Customers ^ crowding the store, from Opening till Closing Time Tuesday we are unable to place before you an itemized advertisement representihgt^^^ many Money-Saving Lines tve are offering the people of Southern Alberta to help BRING DOWN THE COST OF LIVING Watch for Our Full-page Advt m Thursday's paper. Make Your Dollm(^ Sale Lasts. We would ask you to do your shopping as early in the day as possible: Ifh^liplons lay crompanu � Most of the coats are made with wide mandarin cut sleeves, three-quarter lengthy The newest and smartest have the wide sleeves and many of them are like the French model of an open work flannel with panels of embroidery In bright colors, orange. Jade and purple. Another novel effect is obtained by weaving stripes of different colors Into the hems of the skirts and jackets, the weave finishing off in points forming a braided effect. Coats of all-over embroidery in black and white are worn with plain skirts. Colors are bright green, gold, purple, fiame, yellow, dark blue and all tints of white. ? ? ? ? *' ? ? � o � � �^ * � > * *  MONTREAL, Dec. 1.-Honored by ' the presence of vice-royalty for the ' first time since 1913 and marked by all the traditional features of Scottish : ceremonial dances, the St; Andrew's ball of 1920, held here last night added another to the long list of successful annual functions under the auspices of the St. Andrew's society. The cross of St. Andrew served as the central motif for the draped ban- ner* of England, Scotland, Ireland and Canada which adorned the side walla pf the ball room and the royal arms ;aBd Staniterd mad9 the background for thJS dalSr' Tlie pipers' aftrains warned jiiio^td at 10 d'cIocK th^t �^1 Tfiady in the ball room atb�Ar .wbKih the vice-regal' party arrived, preceded by pipers, his excellency escorting Mrs. G. i W. Ross, wife of the president of the society, and her excellency being escorted by Mr. Ross. Dancing continued until a late hour. The Home of John Doughty and His Boys anything from fine flannels to crepe j de chine and the black crepe de chine sport skirt in that model Is desirable. The lines of the coat are often short and straight and many of them are made with the pleats showing white flaune; t�iw�en at the seams. a bad fire BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. 1.-Reports were received tbda/y that one entire block in the town of Jasper, forty miles from Birmingham, had been consumed by fire which had jumped to another block and was eating Its wt^ imchecked through the heart of the town. Communication with the town was cut off soon after the fire started. "Diamond Dye^' No Ris1( Then! Don't Spoil or Streak Material in Dyes that Fade or Run Each ^package of "Diamond Dyes',' contains iHrections so simple that any woman can diamond-dye a newj rich, fadeless color into worn, shabby garments, draperies, coverings, whej ther wool, silk, linen, cotton or mlxad goods. Buy "Diamond Dyes"-no otheu kind-then perfect results are guar? anteed even if you never dyed before,. Druggist has color card. Qffistian Science Society, LdilHridge ANNOUNCES A FREE LECTURE on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BY ..................V. ..oa��,. iunju..vj, iujcj.: ... .....1. i;. JjOVLitt, Biiiter of John Doughty, under arrest in connection with the jVmbioss Small mystco', whicli also shelters his two children. Ezra W. Pahner C.S.6., of Denvdr, Col. Member of The Bpard of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ Scientist, In Boston, Mass. In the Masonic Hall, 10th Street South THURSDAY,DEC.2AT8JP.M. THE PUBLIC IS MOST CORDIALLY INVITED ;