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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta A NiittlW �f VywtlTltiM at Bovr I Slipper' (Fropi Oiif Own Correipondent') ,BOVfv.Mm, B^o. i.r-4 very pleasaqt: tlm^.#iia ap�nt iMt Monday nlghl, *Tot. ittk, In tihe W. V. A. room*, itrhraMsoue sl�f irlmdfl of B. Steith jnet fh^t*. with hlih as the honor, guwt Tm iirtt oart ot th^oTOnt in$ was JjlM^t oai-dt, the prizes being woq.br-B^i�prl-ateness of the decoration. The tables being fudged, the guests present were Invited to t^ke their Piaces and from shortly Mter six tor two houfs or more Ui� waiters were kept btt�;y. Aftec tupiiyr'was over tl|en followed a good program. Knn&bers'were given, by the Glee club, Rev. P. Johnsoof ot Burdi9tt, ,Mlss Doran, Mr. J. Brad-ner,.CHttord Still, the Oirls' club and Rev. V. M. Gilbert. The Ladies'.Aid under the leadership ot their pfealdent, Mrs. Still, ar^ to be congratulated on tbe success of the ThiLnksiDvIng gathering. Mr, S*ou6hl, impersonator, gave a concerti Jn the I. O. O. F, hall last Saturday night. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stin was taken possession of last evening by the High school students, who came to surprise Clifford, one ot their class, it being his sixteenth birthday. The i.mvb.:m^B organized with elgbtfi^ miijibBrs,:four iEirls ahd'fb^^^^ teeu b(^a,v4i)rolled. The.ofllcerA.are: 6uardikhV'MTB.VVl>. itames; president, George Caid'er'; secretary-treasurer, (Howard: N^^erji. The next, meeting will be SatuMay. Dec. 11th. Thanksgiving Supper The Thahk^giving Supper which was served in the I.O.O.F: hall last Thnrsday' evisnlng under the auspices of the United Ladies' Aid, was an unqualified success. Blight dining tables were set in the hall, and all were arranged daintily, but sOme'deMeVved special mention. O. F. hall. Mrs. S. T. Hurst spent a couple of days last week in Medjcine Hat. Claude Jamieson Interviewed Dr.. Gershaw ot .Medicine Hat last week. Mr.'and Mrs. iF. Baker of Winnlfred, were business visitors in town last Wednesday. Rev. Father Green spent a couple of days in Medicine Hat last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Monds, D. Steele and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Werts were Medicine Hat visitors last Saturday, making the trip by motor. T. R. Blame dt Nanton, spent Sunday in town with his family. Mrs. Jas. W. Hurd left on the early train Tuesday for Selma, California, where she will now make her home. Mrs. Hurd's many ti:iends are sorry tag. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeLong, with their nephew, motored up from Medicine Hat last Saturday and were guests over the week-end with their son, B. DeLong and Mrs. DeLong. Alex. Boddy, northeast of Bow Island, was in town today. Mrs. M. J. MUroy and son left last evening for Indian Head, Sask., where they will make their home, Mr. MIl-roy having gone previously. Mrs. Mllroy's mother, Mrs. Taylor, accompanied them and will spend some time there. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hobson went to Medicine Hat last night. PROFESSOR PRACTISED WHAT HE PREACHED AND ~ ATE SOIVIE ANGLEWORMS Table one, diVef which Mrs; A; Hoag- to have, her leave but Tiope that her lin' presided^,had a larjl central bas-|new hbirie and surroundings may be; ket of choice fruits andlovely ivy was' pleasant. twined about the well arranged table. Table two. presided over by Mrs. A. D. Whitney,, with its basket of yellow, holding a pretty plant and with its sprays as place favors. No. 3, presided over by Mrs. E. Thompson, with i church and lt|i people entering for service as the central decoration. No. seven, presided over by Mrs, Archie Gage with trimmings 'of smllax and 'mums. No. eight presided over by Mrs. C. Thompson, with a large cornucopia filled with the fruitji. Dr. Darrow, medical health officer (or the province, made a professional visit here yesterday. He and J. Brad-ner, A.P.P., motored to Wlnnitred later on to Inspect that town. S. G. Jamieson with Mrs. H. Grlgs-by and Miss Slater were Medicine Hat visitors yesterday, making the trip by auto. Frank Sutton of Retlaw is a visitor In town today. R. M. Pat'erson of Luseland, Sask., has been in Bow Island the past few tThere was a prize for the best de-1 days, but left for his home last even- COLORAPO , SPRINGS, Col.- Pro-feissor Lloyd Shaw,' principal of the school here, in a dissertation on the aijglew.orm, deplared; "The angleworm, known as allolobo-phoara longa, consists of two fleshly halves, coursed by a small alimentary canal." "Are they good to eat?" he was asked. "There's no reason yhy they should not be," answered the prOtessor. During the lunch hour hia class .dug up a mess of angleworms and fried theM In butter. The dish was offered to Shaw. He called the bluff, ate every worm, and said It was a most appetizing repast. ....... (From Our. Own dorrespondenti MILK RlVEIt, Nov. iO.-^Services were hold at' the tTdited church on Sunday evening, Rev.. l^cLeod ot Leth-bridge, oQciating. Services were alto held in the�,moming and attemoon at Verburg and Sleepy HqUow. Mrs. Chas. Remington, h^s left foe Idaho state, whiireL�he will spend the winter with rel'ativiii, The Women^s .Iliatjtute will hold their second seriei^ of five hundred on Friday evening in ichool. The Bethel Ladies' Aid met last (Friday at this home of Mrs. Jno. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. J. iB.. Ellert and children expect to leaye. shortly to spend the winter in Minnesota. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz and son William, left op Monday,for a.trip to Lethbrldge. Jas. Roan left 6n Monday for a trip to Lethbrldge. Mr. and Mrs. Coburu of Warner, were visitors in town on Friday. Messrs. Nataler, 'Thompson and Young of the Canadian Bank of Comi merce, entertained a number of their friends at a party on Friday, evening. Mr. Montgomery returned to Leth--bridge on Friday after spending the week in town. The Women's Institute will be entertained on the 8th of Dec, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Jochem. This will 1 be their annual meeting. All are asked to attend. A surprise party was given last week at the home of Mrs. Atcherson in honor of Mrs. Jno. Davidson, who leaves shortly for New South Wales, Australia. Mrs. Davidson was presented with a cold meat fork ap a token from her mapy acquaintances. While Sam ^Ohrey Was bringing, in a load of wheat on >Tiiursday with a. four-horse team, his lead team became frightened by a paBBlng car. which resulted In one of his horses being badly cut in a barb wire fence which the team jumped into. Mr. Obrey laid a against ^he driver of the car, Mr. Montgomery, which resulted in payment of |26 and costs. , Mrs. C. A, Hunt is ejq^ected home ; (rcim Lethbrldge for a fgw day� this , week, virhere she has been'Visiting her I daughter, Mrs. E. >N;..��J!5ker, before leaving, for Roohestei^" Miiiin. Mrs. Foley and Missjpoles, of 2-15, were visitors in town on Saturday. The nice wtfather of the past month has thawed the ground considerably and enabled the formers to finish their fall plowing. ..j. The public, sfihool #c6Udren ' 'and teacher* are; making preparations for a Christmaaxonoert. 'J^. , All breweries in the U.S. manufacturing beer cohtaininglriQre "than one-halt of one per cent, alcohol are to be seized by the governm^^t. OH^TtiAM, Oni. Dec. 3.-Outstatl^ Ing in a big program covered by'the Western. Ontario United Boards:(|i)l T#ade K. k, Nov. 30,- (By Canadian PreBBi)-'-'Wtth the coming Ot �old weather lh9 >�tty of Fred-ericton has bc^en InVAded l^y myriads ot rats until the Pled Jlpist's' arrival woulp be greatly the Bummer. thidi , . . ^ around the rlver,"^ bttt .Wl^itlry 'W< has forced them into the sc aeoroh of food.. What to, do wltfr wMn Invaders is the civic proh(^ Juat nO!#:^ . OUYON TAKES TO W�E8TI.INit^l . ATLANTA, Ga.-Joe Guyon, star halfback at Carlisle school, later wonder back at Geotgla. T la now a professional wrestler, waa matched in a finish bottt tV� day, but injuries forced ibim to the bout li i To show you we are prepared to meet you more than half way in the general drop in prices. Greater Bargains Than Ever At Th s Sale ofSa es! Buy your Christinas gifts for "him** at money-saving prices. All our New Neckwear, Mufflers, House Jackets, Bath Robes, Silk Shirts, Fine Cambric Shirts, Silk and Pure Wool Cashmere Hose, House Slippers, Pyjamas, Faticy Boxed Arm Bands, Hose Supporters and Suspenders, Initial and Plain Linen Handkerchiefs, Unlined, Silk Lined and Wool Lined Dress Gloves, Belts, Etc., all included in this LIST OF REAL BARGAINS $40.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $27.00 $8.50 WOOL PULLOVER SWEATERS SALE $7.45 $24.50 SHEEP LINED COATS SALE $19.60 $45.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $3L00 $3.50 STRIPED OVER. ALLS SALE $2.75. $3.25 SHIRTS AND DRAWERS SALE, GARMENT $1.95 $50.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $35.00 '$3.50 HEAVY GREY SHIRTS SALE $2.35 $1.75 RAILROAD Gauntlet GLOVES SALE, PAIR $1.40 $55.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $39.00 $6.50 HEAVY RIBBED COMBINATIONS SALE $4.85 $12.00 MEN'S DRESS / BOOTS SALE $8.95 $20.00 PURE WOOL MACKINAWS SALE $16.00 $35.00 TWEED WATERPROOF COATS SALE $28.00 $60.00 : SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $43,00 $2.50' GLOVES & MITTS SALE, Pi^lR $1.55 $3.95 HEAVY WORK SHIRTS SALE $2.65 $4.00 FLEECE LINED COMBINATIONS SALE S2.85 $72.50 FUR COATS SALE $58.00 $65.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $47.00 $1.25 BROWN, BLACK & GREY WORK SOX SALE, PAIR . 85c $2.50 SHIRTS AND DRAWERS SALE $185 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIPGE $30.00 TWEED RAINCOAT SALE $24.00 $1.25 PURE WOOL CASHMERE HOSE SALE, PAIR 95c $70.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $51.00 $7.00 PURE WOOL COMBINATIONS SALE $5.45 $6.50 HEATHER MIXED COAT SWEATERS SALE $4.85 $75.00 SUIT or OVERCOAT SALE $55.00 50c GREY AND BLACK WORK SOX SALE, THREE PAIRS $1.00 NECKWEAR $1.75. Sale ...$1.25 $2.00. Sale ...$1.40 $2.50. Sale .. .$2.00 $3.00. Sale ...$2.40 $4.00 MEDIUM WEIGHT COMBINATIONS SALE, SUIT $3.20 5 i m ;