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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEI '5' 'i" ppicted. The unfortunate man was on 4> ' ' . his way to fhe' train -tO' return to ? town when the accident happened.- DUTY Plncher Creek Echo! ; o PERSONAL : : : Miss Hubul of Frank, who was a visitor in the city for a short time, has left to visit In Montana.  � � ? * & * ? ? : : � ? C' : > 'S- V o > * ; i '> SOCIAL. *: > soon as posoitfle. . '    .> ? : * > : ? ? ? A decidedly Interesting contest was held last evening in the United Hall of North Lethbridge under the aus-; pices of the Wlllard W.C.T.U. when , eleven youngItSfibple contested for the , .lunior and, Sjjy,^ medals. The recitations wetrei'excoliently rendered In j every case,. iil^a-Jving the judges' decision extreme-iyi^dlfncuU. � The award in the silverCfci^teit' was .given to Jobii.,. JamifeB"D?piybfed in the. Junior moaancoifil^aft: Wii;01iy;6 ^Uoss, ..bofch of whoM-i arc 't� ,^]^/3b/igraivIated- upon their ,ex(felle'nt,;r^fierluBs.' Mi%-W. Westdpu'rfosid"d "during the meeting,-giving a tew brief remarks of the work nm^'need of t'.ie ^\'.C,T.U. in Canada. The followi^ic; pro;;ram was given: plaiio dltet, Mihs I-:. Olander -Ti-- y "T..Ti,.V,.,.,; Bong. Miss P. ! V/hltlou; violin solo, ,1. Korsnn; junior I coutest, Olive Ross, Uosic Wilson, J.ol-! utta AVilson, Violet I'oeMos, Kenneth Soady, Harold Wilson. Nora .lackson; silver modal contest, l)y falUio Peakc, Grace McNulty, Helen Morden. John J;imieson; piano solo, Miss Crissie Horn; reading. Miss M. Smith. IMrs. kinS presented; the n!ca;Uri, a vote of Ihanlis being tendered tlie Judgea and all those who took part, by Mrs. I\IcUvena. ? : : "S" : o : :� OLD-TIME RECIPES evening being a presentation to Jifr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ICnderton are nnd Mr.^. l-'ranccH Neden (nee Verna visitors in Nanton, where thoy attend- Ilcdenstrom) � l)y their many friends in ipd the vi'oddiri,g anniversary of Mr. and the Moose fraternity, on the occasion I 3\lrs. A. White. of their recent mar ' nion's lodge, Past ?Jr. Howard Nelson has returned II. Randle and for___......^^^i,.^^,, , ,, ,. Irom jl viait to Calgary. Si.tcr Mr... D. Robinson, jointly made ^'^^ J;f-t-sron la 101 a c ...uomi ,.n, 1 . -joined by Mrs. Brown and the cbll- ly thanked the Tnember;;'and fr>o"tl�. brown '.1.. ".i.'- : December Is with ns n.main, Christmas is just throe v.^o?i;a olT. But the course, steam of the Cbrismvis pnddinf; Major-N. C. Sherman, Inspector of "Auld Lang Syne," not forgetting the if'^;-'''^': l'"' ^ l^:-'Sl't;�''",'-c, j rer^ponsible? � Ordinance, of Eaquimalt. B. C, was a tliree cheers dnd a tiger. The rest i "J'"'/''^"^ mtrodiieeu it she s.iould so j To a large extent 1 vii-^itov in- the city yesterday. i of the evening was spent in song and! \ ^P""'^ seems to i dance, the thanks of the social com- Hon. and Mrs. J. R. Boyle are vis- nilttoe being given to Miss V. Glan-|wnrth, rce-pTit of the chapter, present- " A, rhri^trv." -in'ddinir and � itors in Vancouver, where Mr.s, Boyle ville. Mrs. T. Bestwlck, Mr. Under-^ed the nri::',.B to Ibo fortunate win-, ^ fj-'' J-"^^^ the vulQ ' will venialn'for a few weeks. Mr. wood, Mr. W. Kennedy and Mr. W. ners. Mrs. J. Frrol \vn.r, the wlnnc;^ "/^ "^^^^ -^^ Boylo will return to Alberta very Goldie for their able assistance with of the Ir.t ladies, Mr.-.. Cr:i\s the src-shortly, ' ' : the mijsical portion of the program.' on a and Mi's. Ehaw the co;,solation. /-^'''^^^^^^^^ *  " and to $111 the other men.ibers and Amon,c: the F. Sinocd cnr- '^ ^ .f rVtv" tf wo fo r'-t ii''^ Miss Currio of the Bank of Com- friends who nssisted. with songs, the rbnl off the 1st. Wm. llolberton Iho-V, \Jlr, thn"i""M wo �Mimii merce staff at Xaber,'has gone to Cal-, l.-idioR for .refreshments and to P. G. ^nd and -Mr. Tait tl-.e ronsol.ition, the ' gary to'take a position in the same D. ErO. B.-Rantlle for his able ser-ilatler ciuising quMn a lot of' nierri- mipiaci-icaoun., bank there. i\Irs. Walter Rnsk of Woodrow. I vic6s as chalriiiah. * * THE PEOPLE'S MONEY-SAVING SALE AS been a great attraction to tbe people of this district since starting Tuesd y last. We wish to announce that this Great Sale will continue until WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15 Monday morning our doors will open at 8:30 and we would ask you to shop early ? meat. A great deal of interest was -But returning to the,impoi-tant part caused bv the. beautiful Hags which yule-tide,-the Chri.slnias puddmg The ever Increasing popularity of the. Great-War Vetonuis Asaociation ^^^''^ ^ recipe: that js nearly as old Saskatchewan, passed through the the social entertainments given by the of this ciiv is prnKpntl--'s at a future '^"'^ good as Christma;;, itself : city yesterday on h!?r way to visit in .Military Chapter I. O. D. B. wa.s fur- date to the MllitTrv Chanter being Xmas Putiding ; Montana. ^ ; ther proved at the whist drive held on view in the h-i'l' The" couiniMlno "' currants; I 11). raisins; 1 lb. * * " 'in the G. W. V. A. club rooms last in change wi-h to thank all who help- ^ ^>?^^* - -^'^S- S-^'^tl -Mr. Jas. Mitchell, wlio fractured hia nisht, when close to one hundred .-d to nial'i' the f\-o*i'nf.^ -o rnf-;-''^i-: a'^'^ .ioa.kPd broad; te^tj^pooii saleratns _ ,,, _^__ right hip, by to ilio pavement people .arscinbletl for an eveni!',-'s psnecially the Mooso " lod^o for lite ' bakii>!T pnwfier);  ftveggs:1 lirated ^ ....... -- ~ in the Gait Gardens, L.etbbridKO, , is wiijst, Tweaty-t'our hands of whist, idan of lalilo.-- and c'nairs nutnu;;?;; '/i tear.poon salt-. Crumb tln^atro on Friday night, tho .3rd in-! themselves, and .who in the wide world recovering as favorably as can be ex- were played, after which Mrs. Long ? ......JsS "J-OS OXO. It gives warmth and energy and lessens the risk IJJ I "I I I \"\ -, Political Nerves ; tiie soft part of bread fine, soak eru;jt iiiiint, is beirif^ ea;;r-r-iy looked forward i has Imd more experience In tho wqrk-' KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 30 - The dance and whist drive which boiling milk, beat up eggs, and to liv^tns, Vulcan Pierrots j ings of ^economy Ulan she? While she | Driven from home, as'she expressed war-, given in the Masonic h-l! on F--I- togetlier, mixing thoroughly. i:;'.;icr tl-.o diro(.tii.-n of their chief Mr. day evenhi.iT; under the aur.pifo-; of the nip a cloth in boiling water, dust with il.obt. ;,reacen have been practicing � ' " ' ' ilour. put the pudding in tho cloth and M-ry liarU to make this the vory best Luthbrldi-'e Unit of the Army and Navy Veterans .A"-:ciciation ;-,-iis a huge Ruccoss. The hail was tastefully decorated with _ 'btint!-!? a v\ Hags of tho allies also a larpo number of plants and flowprs v.-hl'M; v.-cre tie down cloee. Boil five hotirs, adding boiling water as the v,'a;er goes down. Or if you can't afford so many oggs in these davs of tlie 11. C. of L/. hero loaned for the occ.-^rion bv: Mr. Torri'l rocine for plum pudding; Egqles-a .�lu{n Pudding One and a half cups flour; (1 ounces The Army anil N;ivy' Veto>ranK anil the Ladies AnaHinry v.ish to thank all those wlio assisted the;!! in m;\king ont( i't;ijnmcnt of its itind ever seen ]ie;-e. i 'J'be l;o: nx-mnor in which fhov served the teaspoon salt; i', i (iv'ii'oip orch"st"a -i'-b'r-b ni-ovidod teaspoon grated yutmeg. Ihp niusip. There were'manv prom- Mi-^ 'i!' t'le "'''y ingredients in a '�!i''"'lship would have much to learn, so also would any other new member entering upon these duties. Calgary's experiment with women members has worlted out successfully. Their free text books are due to tho efforts of a lady member, Mrs. Corso, who has persistently followed up this line imtll the books were supplied. There are numerous places in Alberta wiiere women havodone splendid work on school boards. Why not in Lethbridgo? * *  ton ap.d Vtilcan on Tuesday ni.^lit, wi\cn IMlss .Mary Ciappison became the i I 1 id.? of Cnnstablci \ larry Allen. Con-; * > > > : '> > > : : In (liai-.^o of the local A.P.i'. olfice, !? WOMAN AND POLITICS ? Nordhcimer Estahlished 1840 1) t U THE Noidheimer Piano has proved itself worthy of the confidence bestowed upon it by its ,purcha3er3. It bas brought melody into many of Canada's finest liomca- it has afforded highest musical e-.ijoyirient to its owners and their f.'^iends. Many years liave rolled by since the House of Nordhcimer conceived the ideal of a pia:-.o that would yield the greatest poss'blc! tone value, grow richer with riglit use, rcoict li.c chungcs of atmosphere and the p>0�i;ing of time. The fulfilment of these -airnr in a proud achievement-one refler.tiag crc-.'ii upon even the least important of tho crai;?.-r.en whose c-Jinbined cficrts !:ave devckiLut re-mi-.ik.t'ole lone wbic'i ia th-j chut;�ju:.~,'aLr.g feature of the 4 j incnt ci*^';'0:is, attended and thp'com- bowl and add enough milk to make i n.ilttoo v,ho br:d cha-r;-^ r'r '�fT-Mrs v.'cre "'^''y '^'''''^ batter, and turn int-) a ! greatly n'r'-iS'd v.'ith the rc-n'ts. Tt woll-greased mould. BoU for (1 hours i is nronos'.sl bold r nnml'cr of such or steam TM; hours.' gathering; during the remainder of As for mince-meat, it should be on the winl'M- n'onths for th" pnr'nosi. of the wing nov,-. It needs to stand some obtajiiini' fi-'Mis to rrv-y on O'p voi-v '�'"'o K'''^ '"^ "^"'^ niellnvv taste for which Ibp or-liz-itinn was f.n-n- falls in with tho spirit of Cbrist- ed. TMirlnir the .'ir-v tir^e tb..-.t the "las. Hem is the way one old lady, unit has b�e'i fors-cd tbnir rn'-i'T>'B and an exnor: cool-: makes it ; :.nd in tliat capacity has wou the �icndship and goodwill ol in.imiauty, while big bride, has been nini^ctcd with the local office of tho ? ? ? : ? : ? ? HARTFORD. Conn., Nov. KO.- havfi i-K-vr'.sr'l con-id^valily wilb tho I rpsnU tba'. (-"�'".�Is are to be ncnlo to ; obtain t;"'l'il..o nrc'">'t-o.! ;ir, cin;-) � ooni'-', v.'bpr-^ th." !>io"iii:^vc c�r^n have a chopped n;io; I wine glass lo:non little recrealioii and n;ci;l. old friends. O CHURCHES AND SOCIETIiHS :� T!io rr!f.;lar ino-^tbly mc'tlpg of :M-'nl'' f.caf r'fKV.'.ny 7. O.E.P, . v.-iU l'.-,:1'i o:; Tn " d'lv. r^o-.p^niicr Ttii. A I'u'l atton;':;;;c'; is '-'-qyp.i^ed as election of o(nc('r:- rn'(-i irit, of tb o, in tile "'.:ai;-l> rcioi'i r:' ;'!0 V.M.CA. Tho r:--;; t'v Xt:--;-]!; on (!av. I-.:- nK';;t!:!v nueling of Aii; sio:; v.'ili !h' liald in .".listu^n lio::i^' at I o'clocli T'"� W.M.S. oonvovl'nn of Wesley {�''ilV' h vrU I'.e Is-dd .'.�vV.Ly ;>!"lon'oe:! cv,':.;,;!r. 1*ary fr,;:n China, v.-!ll .-pcsik a* the a !>;--'oiin a':(l ere-� ' ]"'�� I'-]. 'I'lir r'.'niliei's as-i !;'!eia!o :iu nibi :'.s of the so^-iotii's are invited fov s'lipuer. i Mince Meat 2 lbs. rai-'ins; l' llis. currants; i; lbs. snltamif;; t 11). ini?;ed peel; I lb. snot id aran.ijo jn'co; 4 lbs. apples; 2 Uis. j brown sns:u-: 2 teaspoontuls each of j ground cinnamon, cloves, all f!nico a.nd iin'.nieg; 1 fc.ispoonful salt, flio]) all : In.grcdients {(xceiit currants), mix and 1 put in air ti"ht iirs. I The liost is reserved for the last. Jlcro is a ri'risimas cake tha.^ is p-ir excollenc", a'vj covtu'ed witli Ihiek ainio'nl paste, i.s (be climax of the cnllinor.v arl. Don't neglet;t to laalce this, even if you don't use such i;ii',;;o j quantities ; I Xinaa Cake. , !;ll)h. r,a!si;:.s; 'l.lbs. currtinls; 2 lbs.; 1 lb. bnHer; 1 lb. mixed lie'.'l; 1 l'\ In-;)-,v'7i sngtir; lb. cliep-l.-ed al'no-d"; l'2 lbs. Hour; 1 ci'O e-i:u;,.> jni'':'; tcaspoon.fnl .sail; \f} e;'.'.-s; T ;L'.;,".::onii baking Kod.i; I ("a-.�ve-ni of e:ir,i,'"','!or,; cloves iin.d alU !;j)ice. Ci'e-'tii bolter and .sugar. b.'.-U eggs iind ai!;! to this, (ioiir fruit well before telii'i.t;. Sleam Ibree lioess. b'l' ;;i a moderate oven ab'.n:t L'O minutes. � .1 0 .ry .o do something and fail is  : : -Con- I'roviiicial Telephones, and has been 1 uecticut with five women chosen to very pomilar with tho vonnger S^t of : the ;ieneral assembly, leads the Unlt-tlie town. Mr. ftnd Mrs. Allen left on : cd Ktates, according to a list given V/ednesdav nights train for St. Pai,i:o"t by tlie National American Woman ;lo Metis, whore Constalilfl Allen ims : !i.s:.:ociatioii. tiirou,-h tiie Con- been promoted to an important iiosi-: "''''tifit Woman Hnlirage association. l;03i with the force. i Kansas is second wUh four women A wedding of much local interest losislatoi-s, and California, whore wo-wa.e selemiiitx'd at tho Gmco l'i-e.�l)y- '^'oted for many years, itas t(i-ian church in Calgary l.-y the liov. ; p'^''^-'"'' only three. .!. l.averie on Novemlier 1/th, wlten 1 ' �-----.-.^.lii^'--i--------~r'~---------iis ' .\'!ary Saiith, dangbtor of .Mr. and ''in. Jolm'Smith of Vnlcan, bec.'i-no (lie bride of Mr. Harry L. iMcnonnld, a prosi'erons Iniplcinent dealer and gieln merchant of ('armanKay. The l.'.' is porliaps the bettor Imowii to \'a!('an people, ua s'lo has long been a resident of the conimniiity, :ind lor r-onio time a member of the staff of tho Bank of Commerce here. Th'?. l! ,'ipy couple left immediately I'or Cal-i'ei'nia whoi'e tlioy will siwnd t'.ie \.inier montl'is, and when they \-et'irn v.ill take up their residence at Car-:u;ingay, Mrs. n. McQueen and daughter Ver-lie, who reeently ari'ired from Van-ton ver, left last Tne')i',ay for Roeliest-Iwli.-'ro Mrs. McQue(,.ii will nndorj.iO ;in operation. it, by a case of "nerves," superinduced by iiu endless chain of special newsjiaper correspondents, photographers, magazine writers and moA ing picture )ihotographers since sha successfully ran for United States congress in the recent election, Miss Alice Robertson is here from Muskogee, OlOa., resting at the home ol friends. FATALLY WOUNDED IN FIGHT WITH BANDITS MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 4.-r-Liste Nelly, taxi driver, was probably fatally v.ounded early today hy bandits ivho held up two �m-ployees of the Niorthern Bag company and escaped with $1,000 In cash. Four or five men are i*e-ported to have participated. NeMy was shot after he attempted' t3 battle with the bandits when they attacked the employees carryin9 the payroll. A continuation school has been or-guni:!ed at Dorchester village, Conteins more flesh formindi t � ' matter ihun beef." Jfij Bakers Coco^ ts for robust men and all -vvho must > I THROUGH WESTERN EYES The Cf-e.s.v,,vi,.-i; C'Inb will ;n''-et. ' � iU:-e ai. :;oi: i-th >. � ! .y ; ;'iei nooti a i. ;hroo . SOCIAL EVENTS Afisinibcia Mu^ic Co., s 1 'i'-il  ers lo St. Mar 'r.c !::-;-';.v st nil in I ie-ir )!' ",i ()!� liefere Tbt.'rs- Phone 1545. 6th St. S. AI a �: e';e �! I' ;;, V le-i r �!� \ l)-ee ei;e W. I ;!!� l> I by tlic dCu^vj .J. .J. .. i\ f, .}, �j. .> . ! Will there be a wom;;n candidate for I l;istei- iliaii to iri 10 do'nollui'.g ' It �: iw.'t a.s v.-ell to advainsi ; t� Mr. Leslie AI eld ie-i e;: rej'eil y. it is a �ood idea not io stop! � '� sbortiy. w;is honi-:-- ! r, There are -i.eili,-: vcisitiniis \ II shower M-bieb v.rA .\- li:ne a little; pi'ins v.cre � Mists i;. i i.-elei-. !:. Hodge, Ella Hodge, ! more CMiei-ione'- in i'-.ili!ie. i.mU'.ts. ' a. (rest on i Irene .\lall':.y. I. T(!rry, Kditli Yeo, C. | btit hero is an oaen'ng tieit a woman' ( O. Vl'l.C.'. AT VULCAN n Covri\s;in!'aleul * - 'A l.irge niuv.i'e .�'iisK M'hia Revnobh Wesley .Sunday 'liieers held In Ion. %',-.M e.i b � 'eld at ']'uesdL!.\ � - .TVI il ee-' ThU!-'-'d' !- ; ;-;:ntril < 'lu' 'i;ei- 'I'be e:'.tert;iiniaont ej'de nievivi; pieltfc-,;, carols by � �;'� p:-:iesry as well as!;:id of (1 a wh.jle, at^ ' -rif.cii n L. l) and .Mi.-s Hennetl. Tb". ciineert and onteilainini--nt in should be aide to fill caeejily. KiUce \ she is naturally intciested in tho | Clr.ireh of bhigland W. 1.. I cdncation of her f.-itaily. in l.lio pra ; bcid in tho community gross and well be-iiig of the schouLi '. lavea^rGQtdGgr of tissue building material to repair the waste caused by physical andmen-^ lal labor. It is dcHciousr pure and wholcscme. and is made by a perfect mechanical process, withottl:, the use of chemicals, so prcscrvttii the exquisite flavor, aroma color of the ht^i;^de cocoa beans. Waller Baker & Co. Ltd. I - l;S.TAilU8HEU 1780 MONTI'.EAL, CANAD-^V. DORCHESTER. MASS. * H^HOoKi.uT or rnoicn RnciPEs sent rntE'* ;