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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, .1920 THE LETHERinofi DA ILY PAOE SEVENTEEN MILADI PHONE im Daily Fashion By Gertrude Beresford 3 I Mr. C; LItchfleld, who is at the Con- WOMANHOOD She mnit bo honest, both En thought deed, Of generous Impulse, aod above all greed; Not seeking praise, or place, or power, or pelf, N: But life's twst for Her higher '-self.: Whlcfc roBinis tie best -for all. ..v Wilcox. home. Mrs. 0. B. C. Martin Is a visitor in Calgary with Mrs. Tatern. Mr. 0. K. Thomas of WooUord spent Sunday with his wife, who Is 111 at the Convalescent home. PERSONAL .Mrs. J. E. TerrfU, Victoria. Man- sions, will not .receive tomorrow.. and Mrs; A. McNally are Tlsi- tors in Calgary this week. Mr. and Mrs; A. M.'Davis and fam- ily have left for California, where they will spend tho winter. Miss McLennan of Honan, China, lias arrived In the city and la the guest of Capt and Mrs. Derioon 'Herbert salesman, for the .Cleveland Tractor Co., Is a visi- tor In the Miss IMu Smltlrbf WInnlfred was a visitor in.the' city-l55t--xrcck. V Mr. and Mra. 0. Sawiey of Carman- gay havo thero to North Dakota 4 Mrs' SticVley, who has been visit- lug at the coast. Is expected to return to the, city this .week. i c e Miss Doris Burch has arrived In tie city from Winnltred and is the Miss .Irene Brooks. Mrs Utchfleld of Raymond and Mlllorl Litchlield of Coaldale are iirthe city to see .the former's son, .'CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 .V 0 o The teachers, and officers of Wes- ley Sunday school will hold (heir monthly business tho'par- lor ot the; church "at 8 o'clock J o v. WEDDINGS o tr ft A "nulct wedding was solemnized yestsrday at the. residence of Bishop jGeo. W. Green.when: Miss', Jennlt Tiivuipspn, of Uaymonct, and .Mr. Sherman Grant Card, also of Ray- mond, were united in marriage. Only few Immediate relatives and "close frioiids were present. Mr. and Mrs. Card left on Iho after- noon train-for a short honeymoon trip to the coast. On their return they will make their home In Ray- mond. VUI.CAN, Dec. ot the pret- tiest weddings of the year took place In the I.O.O.P. hall last night when Miss Mary Elizabeth Clappeson.' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. Clappe-, non of Vulcan, was united In mar- riage wltli Corp. Harry the A.P.P. Hoy. Mr. Bradsbaw officiated, conducting the full Church of Eng- land marriage service, which was most Impressive. The bride, who was daintily 'gowned in a lovely dress of white crepe do chine and carried a bouquet of was by Mr. D. A. Barrlnger. Mrs. Tloy Wnlkcr supplied suitable music for the service. Mr. Geddes, of the Bank staff, was best ami Miss Mollny, of Brant, was bridesmaid. Following the wedding a reception wns tendered tha young couple at tlio-homo-of Mr. anil Mrs. Barrlnger. Corp. and Mrs. Allon will vlsitMn Calgary and Kdmonton and will thcu Siroceed to St. Paul do Metis, where they will reside. TRAVELLERS' AID REPORT Sf V j' V V V V V V V V The following Is Hie Travellers' Alii report for'Ijroveniher: Tralna mat 20-J; people assisted ot.whom 13 were young slrls; positions found fn three Cameron, Trav' cllcrs' Aid. 't SEND IN YOUR NAMES A. proved to be one bl- the most success-, sales ever held, and the wonderful j of work fulfilled even the greatest expectations.' Promptly 3 {o'clock the bazaar was formally'opened by Mrs. W. Buchanan, a" co-worker Svltb the ladles wished them every success; and hoped also that the patrons would j bo well-pleased. After the singing of i the National Anthem, Mrs. Buchanah'i was presented-with a handsome bjii-j quet of chrysanthemums by little! Merle Crawford.; j> Immediately after j tha with eager AmonS such a tempting assortment of- lovely -articles -H Is difficult to mention Note must be made, the exceptional- ly handwork- in the line of Jace, tatting and .embroideries, the evident result of. time and labor. Kach lady In" charge of a department presided.-over her own stall cSBlsted by other members. Mrs.1 Hiifrigr's prettily decor- ated iwilh greea' crepe.'paper, display- ed many and attrac- tive garments and was one of the most'interesting depart- ments of the bazaar. Mrs. Hiifner was assisted by Mrs. Shover and Mrs. Davidson, -Mrs. nivers, assisted by Mrs. T. -'vans, presided over another pretty tbls being effectively done up In pale pink trlmrnjjigs. A great var- iety articles were exhibited here' in m'auy. new designs and called forth much admiration. The ladiesvbf Mrs, Fox's section must have been very busy duriug re- by tlio beautiful 'ancywork in this department, many of them being large.pieces of work and >f intricate and beautiful design. The stall was festooned with iea'rlet streamers! 'Mrs.1 Laycock was At" Mrs. could be. Toundv suggestions for'Christmas gifts Ihat attracted; not a few having Christ- inas in mind. many pretty articles both useful and orna- inental. Assisting were Mrs. IVIcLeod and Mrs. Cotton. Red and green decoration! formed au The People's Money-Saving Sale The greatest tale eyer held in this district We are-hammering down the high cost of living. Take advantage of this genuine tale and make your dollar do double duty. Vf e are giving to the gebplc of this district of See Our Full-page and Overflow Advts. on Pages 14 and 15 for an example of what we are offering during this, money-saving sale. We would ask you to.shop early Friday, and Saturday. propriale-color scheni '.'The candy this booth. jlaj'lng a] great variety .of can- dlesf. completed of, booths.- This was in charge'b'flhe Hoy Scouts of' Wesley church "andi'.was gay with patriotic devices, pantry table was'in charge of Mrs.., Kipp, Mrs.. and Mrs. .Tras another popular comer. Here 'tcm'p'ting dish- es -of great variety. attracted many ladles, and ,the home-looked products Ijy the.1 defendant's breach ot promise la marry her. Defendant claimed that Miss Carll had pestered him continually her until he finally ceased to visit her. did not: take long: tbidjsapiiear. Mrs. Hutchison' h'acAcharge of; the stall sot: plain sewing, one could'choose from among hiany aprons one that was both .becoming and use- ful- One does not often find; at a.bazaar such an. attractive, tea'-'room as thai of "yesterday' The color scheme was worked out in scarlet, eacbtable being centred with red and white .carnations, while'; about tlie rooms were geraniums of the same shade. Mrs. Bass poured the tea and coffee, and Mrs! Cragg served the salad at a, most attractive stable, where scarlet carnations reared, their heads, aiid a pretty pattern was traced on :hc white cloth with 'dainty sprays of ;ypsophilia'> ,Tho'rooms were crowd- Hi to capacity during the whole af- 'air, which prbv.etl tha popularity and attractiveness ot this department. Mrs. P. W. Richards .was Itt charge of the tea room, assisted by, Mrs. Uucli- ananj who'acted as. cashier, Mrs. Mrs. Pclley, Mrs. Forster, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Braridow, Mrs. Kress, ftane, Mrs. Prosser, Mrs. Martin, Mrs, Neve, .Mrs. Hunter, MIsa Perkins and Miss N'eve. -.Mrs. Livingstone, president, was at- tending to the general needs of tho bazaar, while Miss Smithrgave sevcra delightful selections at the piano. About was realized, i 4 ft WARNING TO MEN 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MONTREAL, Justice Ln 'Fontaine, in Iho superior court yes- tcrrtny awarded Mies.Irene Carl! J100 damages- In an action In-which she sucd.Ocrald Fortln, farmer ot St Francois Do Sales for Injuries caused 4 4- 4 Mr. Justice I.a Fontaine, In findlng- for the plaintiff "said it waVquite, a legitimate'thing for her to bestir her- self 'toward iiiarrylng tho defenflaht. 444 4 4- -'.'s'l.' 4 EARL'S BEAUTIFUL DAUGH- 4 O BE MARRIED. 4 4 4 4 4'4 4 4 4 4 N'pv; Mail) Lady iilblra older of'tne two daughters of the Karl and Countest of is only eighteen years old and was one, tes, already her enEagement', is announced'.' however, Js much surprised; for Lady. Molra, by general .admission. Is one.of tho most beautiful'girls who have made, their bow at court and to society. In'recent years, and. it. was at .once'predicted that she would-'not be long in "going aud was reasonably _sure to make good match. "enough he has, for her fiancee !Major. Henry Combe, IXS.O., belongs to'one of Dri- richest brewing .'families, an- th'er member of which, dying recently eft over five million Major Jornbe, who is' In the Itoyal, Horse jiiards and won-the Distinguished Service Order In the European Is 'no Of the best polo players in Eng- and. He is 'a'son :of Captain ChrlE- lail and Lady Jane Gombe, and u cou- In of tlio Marquess of Conyngham. Another .recent engagmcnt "which s1 attracted, much attention here Is hat of the llov. Peregrine Naive Malt- and, Hctor of Loughton, Essex, to Miss Grace Elbert, of Baltimore, Mnry- and. The happy man in this case, Vho Is the youngest son of the late J. Maltlaud, of Loughton Es- sex, .baa some uncommonly interesting family'connections. L''' His unusual Christian name lucli- catesallnlc'wIthOeneral-SirJPere- grine Maitland, G.C.B.; ..who command- ed the Guards at Waterloo' and was afterwards Governor- and.Commander- InHChief at the Cape.: It was even then i very old family being b'ornp by Sir Peregrine's ancestor' Peregrine Bertie, attenvards twelfth Lord Wilr loughby de Brsby, son of the Duchess of Suffolk by her marriage to lilchard Bertie. I The Duchess had tp'fly abroad tcTes; cape royal her marriago, and tbe couple became-so Peregrine was porch .of tho church at Wesel. (Copyright 1920 by tha Edward Mar- v 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 The secretaries of Iho O.W.V.A. anil tho Military Chapter I.O.D.E. would like to remind that the last (iay tot receiving names of children wlio wish to conio to tlio Xmas 'treat must bo- in by Saturday. Doc. 4th. This treat is boliiR provided by the O.W.V.A. of this city for children up to 12 years of ngfl, of of the O.W.V.A., widow.'s children ami or- lilians, and 'Till lie In tho nature of an cnlerlataracnt for llio "children, followed hi ami InRashOnFaceAsdLimbs. Cuticura Heals. "1 bad been doubled whheczemft on my which look the form of A rash. Later it broke ofy on my limbs arid they iiched nwcb, causing me to ocraich them until were bleeding. Therashwould often me bwn'Ve at nfghl, "1 tried somft remealco, which failed, nnd then jhought I would try Cutjcura Soap and It was not long till the raah .began >o disappear, and 1 used three cakes of Soapand four boxes of Ointment, .which healed W. M Hymers, Pails, 12, 1919. Cutlcura'SoaptocltJnse, Cutkura Ointment to soothe find heat. So.p lit, Oralnml is uxl Me. Sold Canadian Depot: vftluvl ntw. 8HARKY AND LYNCH TO MEET TOMGHT NEW YORK, Dec. 2 Shatkey and Joo Lynch, bantamwelgb.t boxers, meet here tonight In r a IB round (nation bout to decide which, of them will meet-Pete ban1 tamweighl champion. 8TETCHER TO RETIRE NEW YORK, Dec. 2.--Joo atecher, world's' heavyweight' wrestler, plans tp retire.from the wrestling announced today. In preparation .for his contest here i an December 13 with Ed. "Strangler" Stecher has cancelled all mat- cues In order to be in the best poss- Ible condition against the Kentucky grapplcr. Mpr JscuiF TODAiT PHONE 625 Bawden Bros. PHONE 625 DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE AT DISTINCTLY LESS FURNITURE The Gift Sure to Please Giving something that is worth while, something that is beautiful, something that is en- Furniture, CHESTERFIELDS AND EASY CHAIRS It's a good Idea (o got something worth whlla for Iho home at Christmas lime. A gilt for tho family, a Chester- Odd, a big Easy Cbnlr or Rocker would bo most acceptable, and would mnko this ChrlBtrciaS remembered for many years. in and ECO A Dressing Table would be acceptable to wife or daughter. Piano Lamps A Gift for Her Wo have, a splendid selec- tion of beautiful Shades with Ihelr rich colors; colors that tvill blend with any room. FROM BOOKCASES What more useful 'gift than stack of fn bs Wernlcko Sectional Book Cases, from UP FOR THE KIDDIES AUT09, VELOCIPEDES, WAGONS PUSH-A-BIKE KINDERGARTEN ROCKERS DOLL CARRIAGES, CRADtES, ;