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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1910 THK DAILY P SEVENTEEN le no concert held tomr-rroiv lilglU under the auspices of ibe V.A. o Harrow returned j'LJTii u (rip to Ontario. ;.M 2 Jit 111 Jn Ihc cast. yeslerdfty E9 Usrron Mrs. iMvlrJ Whyie and daufhler, Marian; IcCt this morning (or at Hani-a, been a visitor iu tbo city in regard lo staving bis liiralture .0 bts new home, lie leaves for lODiorrovr, and Mrs. Dobsou will follow ilni In ihe course of n few days. Mr. DobEOU Is very well irivuscd with bla new lurrouudlngs aud Mr. G. Clarfce, of Cards ton. Uken up residence In the city. -Mr. ;i, IJ. DobEon. laic principal ol Ibo Jlifeh >cbool IICTC, end an In- spector of witli headquarters Mr. Bruce Davlea, of Calgary, is a visitor lu ihe 'city. Owing to the Illness ol several of the artists scueduled to appear, there SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR A limited gnaiitSly of pure woo] underwear for children. Those urn add lines of "last year's buying and arc wonderful'rnlue at Inal year's Trices. Regular value Regular value Regular J2.50 value'.......-.............S1..951 SOCIAL EVENTS 0 A A o v v 0" The home of Mrs. R. A. Smith was Ihe scene ol a very pleasant ef'-m on Tbursday when (bo tetch crs ol ihe city enlerlaincd as I Miss DJQD, who shortly eaves cHy [or China, Tho i pE-nl a mo-l and pre- enlcd .Miss Dunn wltli an [tleJ 'jlub bag as a Fmall loketi "o( uplr appreciation of her friendship. Uciiy rcsrcttad the lallons with Mies Donn would hare o be severed tiit all wished ber much access lu her new (laid ol activity. The presentation was made by Mlsj nircb. la expressing bfcr sincere cralitufte or the beautiful gift, Miss Dunn aJso eipressed her appracisiitm -Now York of ono U4 a bcGuUfully inscrSbcd gold1 brooch strong Iloberlson, Ewcrt, Alnsu-orth at the finish. Monday, four nut. "For service Cnpl. K. C and Meech, fire to be loudly praised Mrlecn-slslOEnlh? per cent.; Tiiej- wh'o enjoyed the privilege of making Ihc presentation, alluded to Ihc pleasure IL gave the members ,to be able to give her llils small yet aiiglble lofcen ol their appreciation if her untlriug efforts on their behalf. A. life membership was also given Mrs. MoKillop, who now enjoys the distinction of being the only person lo receive, such an honor besides ilic i'rlnce of Woles from Lhe local asso- ciation. Mrs. eipresscd her UNDERWEAR HULL Vina sheer while or pink undrnveir mull, 45 inches eleganL T'ne eblt fabric. Ideal..Tor Ell ki'ida of under- snnneiiis. 503 valno. SaUirday Night Special, y An 70c CORSETS A big eprtiai in hiah class corselE. They, are well made In every -way. Supiwrtcrs, ant) neat trimmlnu. Regnbir 1 PA Loday. Saturday Nigh I Special, A liniile papie ana t- lialr HOLEPROOF HOSIERY nuiulier or HoUr.roo: !IC35 In black, tirer, while, chmn- ,n.' Slighllj- Impwfect. On saie COAT SWEATERS appreciation of this action on the part of (lie comrades and the kind spirit which had prompted the giving. orchestra was in attendance Corjil Thompson sang, and Omraile for_tbc succees aiteuLllng their efforts. The hall was most tastefully decorat- ed ami tbo booths Individually were worthy of special mention. The cook- ing lable in cbargo o! MesOames Hiv- era, IIarv3leT Home and Long was rapid- ly cmpllctl. Mesdamcs Hill. Unchan- an, and Home had charge of the "Mlladl" table; Mcsdamos KirXhntn ami Luntly took care oC the Kiddles table; Mcsdaraes and Hazcll hail charge ol the candy booth. The Yales played the violin, much' to the fish pona was managed Robson and Bletcher. Mrs. S. n I Rail told fortunes; Mcsclamcs Pcnne and -father and Downer presided over the wool and crochet table, Mesrtamoa Mc- delight -ol all. lancing concluded L'IC evening's program. Killop, Lynn and Robinson were slftt- liny, fourziul (liirtcen-filtecnlhs; ncsdcy, (ivo mid Thurs- day, live anj Frlilay, HVR nod fire-siziC'Ziith; Ealurday, five and livc-clgbUis. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL Sale or Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods and Staples From 6 o'clock till 9 o'clock we shall make a Great Clearance of all oddments in yard goods. The prices will surprise you. Come at 6 o'clock sharp. Grocery Department Specials for Tonight FROM TO Diamond Sweet Chocolate, Lowneys, regular Sc; 6 for................................25c Imperial Toffee, regular Sc; 4 for.....'..-. Cream Caramels, per Ib...................3Sc Nut Fudge, per Ib....................... Sflc Apples, Eating, 5 Ibs. for.................Z5c Unsweetened Chocolate, Cowans, regular lOc; 3 cakes for i 25c E loncd al Lh8 aprou booth while Mes- dames Cnrberry fln'd nctitley sold dolls and uncovered1 the doll pie. Tbe Mra. George Macleod was Ihc llos- tea rooios were crowded throughout less of a charmlug lea at her resi- entire nflemoon and were man- ;lencc, 319 St. S., yesterday, when aged under the capable dlreclurshly of Mrs. Hoy Davidson Tho hffd many Inlimoles (o Manchester Aud- ience That it is Not Time to Return to Party Lines MANCHESTER, England, Dec. Premier Lloyd Oenrge be- deft assistants. The dance in the [ore the Reform Club today I'lLaUy ra- cniQg was an unqualified euccesa and jecteQ ihe suRSBSl'iua that tbe lime she cnlcrlalnea In' courtesy to her guest, .Mrs. Ganllner, ol Davidson, Sask. The reception rooms were pro- fusely decorated vrllu lilnk and white the hall vaa thronged with guests. I had arrived for a renewal of party dls carnations and muuis. Jlrs. Macleod i'fhc music furnished Tvas tlncllons by the Liberal3 and Couser received her guests beautifully EOWn-hnc floor In good condition and dainty vallves. cd In n blaelt satin creation. V1hc tea1 refreshments were enjoyed. He pointed lo the cinericMea ol IhD lahle, which was heiutitully centred dames Morris, Ma'ynard En-d Bowman United BULes, where, he ssld, party with a bowl ol mums, had siullai ci-l wcre in charge'of the evening's enter- had been renewed prematurely.! the Unionists "being prepared to make Kreat BacrlDces in order to preserve national unity. A SOCIALIST ON TRIAL PARIS, Dec. from CIVIL GOVERNOR OF MADRID MADIUD. Dec. Marquis ;0f Grtjalba'has been appointed governor of Madrid to till n vuaricj- caused by the resignation of his nre- vUh sliadei plnX candles..-; Mrs. T. FcUerlv jiouted. Tthilo Mrs Lcavllt nd -Jlrs. John Taylor assisted. Tho whisl drive Held under Ihe-aus- ces ol tbc Daughters and Maids ol ngland in Durgmann's hall !ast eve- HE was n decided success. Mr. J. ooker acted Jn liifi tapadtj of II. C. nd made all guests greatly at home. PROMPT DELIVERY PHONE 1251 Boudoir Slippers Cosy, Comfortable and Pretty Make Acceptable Christmas Gifts We have twenty-five lines from which to Walk-Over for Women Slater for Men Hurlbuts' for Boys and Girls Hoprescnt Ins latest and most popular styles la footwear. They ore most comtortnolc, stylish and havo lasts thai aro 'or walking, TheM llnoi our us ruakc them yours too, HUFNER, The Shoe Man TKIHD MERCHANTS BANK. Healthy Liver Healthy Life Yourlivtr-htalttiy or sluggish-makes bttwccn a viBOTOUS' cheerful life and low spirits and 'ail' ate. To subdue a stubborn Hverj over- come consti- pation, dizzi- ness, bilious- indigestion, eaace blues there is nothing on earth BO good aOjter'.Uai. Urn fa. PurdyTegeUbk. taifl rn-SMfl Of. CABTCB'S WON PIUS, NiWre'l oerre and Wood tonicta iUta, Btnumtit, il TtmOt W t anj ttirough their efforts in-consequence of which- as.reallzc.rlTor the ft'nds of tha and the leagu1 much wa. Chapter. Tho committee in 'charse _ue of. nations in tbc land which took OTTAWA, Dec. "The ciTll service commission an- noucces that .Gordon MacLeod peace gt6wart. or Caleafy, lias been i are desirous of expressing their pro- most prominent part In Its found gratitude to 'all who assisted In j motion. meklag the bazaar sucb an unrjuall- fled BUCCCJS and .'realize that It was I tbc snlcudld co-operation of members- and Mends rcsnonslblo for Uie most sratlfytaE results atlaineJ. WEDDINGS The ceremony uniting in marriage. Miss Mary Noselc, of Natal, B.C., and Mr. John D. Jenkins, of Michel, B..C., TVQS qutelly solemnized In Fernie. ;.C., on Thursday, Rev- Yollond of he English church olficialing. Mr. Ubcrt Parjons, ol Micliel, and Mrs. lary Olo] were the only atlcnuants. 'ollowlng the Tedding a reception. vas held In Iho Michel hall where a ainly luncheon TTBS terved Ihcir many frianda and a enjoyed. CHURCHE4 AND SOCIETIES evoked applauae when announced: "I am a [ree trader." etsfrinE lo Ireland, h'e declared he jMi to make a real contribution' to the settlement ol tho Irish nueslion, The Art Needlework Club will race! at the homo ot Mrs. Dawson, 921 3lll St., on Monday nftcrnoon at I! o'clock. The cifccutive ofThe Next-of-KIn As soclatlon vlll meet In the Veterans cluh rooms at 3 o'clock on afternoon. The 0 I. A. will hold Us regular ncellng In the I.O.O.F. hall on Mon- day iftcrnoon. All members arc re- lo be present tt 2 prompt as there Kill he an Inltlotu.'.i of candldales and election of offlcPn. Cnsp, Goldca-Browtv iqwres rf Koflrishment Suitable for everyday use and especially goodfoc the children district seed Insncc-