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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1920 THE LETHBBiPQE DAILY KSRALD PAGE THrtRTKKiS MILIOI A POOR MAN 4 V 4 Who never cheats nor lies for gain, A poor man may, perhaps, remain, Vet when at night he goes to rest, voice within his' breast Disturbs hit slumberi, conscience He falls asleenywlth naught to fear. And when he wakes the world to face, Ho. Is not. tainted by disgrace. Who name without a stain, Wears no man's brand and so man's chain, He need not fear to speak his mind In dread of what the world may flnd, then t IB matter of will, None may command him to'be still, Nor force him, when he would 'aland To flinch before hidden past. i PERSONAL. 9 ft Mrs. Lassard hau returned from Hat- ton, Satk, where she has been the Eueal of Mrs. R. Hooker. a_. 5Ir- "id Mrs. James .H. .Caslake an- VT W- marriage of their daughter, Mr. and J. Dmnlng are vlsl-: Hilda-Edith, to Mr. Thomas Hamilton tors in Calgary for a couple of days.: on Thursday, December 23 '1SZO at ,i--'..5 I Edmonton, Alberts. John H. Delf, at one time a Leth-1 bridge Is a candidate for o t alderman'in'Medicine Hal. -J F are visitors! the 13th annual ceremonial.session of the Shriners Irii, C. .D.'Mackintosh, Dr. been dlttrkt'saperlniendeut of the .W.M.B. for Mae tlme'bu't a? she li likely to' leave the 'district' shortly has ffivan Ull IhlB Capt, of Lethbrldge who Is a guest of Rev. and Mrs. Clai- ton. during hls'slay in tho cliy will remain until tomorrow e'pd take part In tonight's concert program at Knox church. Capt Denbon has found him- self among old friends here and will call, upon Dr. H. Macdouald, a comrade overseas; Mr. Munro, an of- ficer, !n his church in Nova Scotia, Rev. A. p.'RIchard, and cine News. Among those who attend- ance at-the Missionary Convention yesterday afternoon and evening In the United'Church were: Hrj.'StEv maker, Mrs., Oliver, Mrs. Kane and Mitu Slaymaker, of Iron Springs; Pike of Mrs. Mitchell. Mrs. Bosomw'orlh, Mrs J. L. Shnimm, Mrs, Law.'MIss John- son'and Miss Mills of.Coaldalo. ANNOUNCEMENT SOCIAL- 0 Quite the happiest event of the year was the Masonic given last eve- and' Jto." 6. wl'-Leech and- Miss" Boyle ?Ins. in tlle Masonic wheu a iri' taber if the to par- beelnnins'of the Lldp5le !n a nd Thursday of .this >i' Thoma's 'Longwortli Js S few days iu calgarr..- t and Mrs. O. B. Edgctt have gone NsMaHr arranged with" to Calgary to attend the meeting of scarlet carnations and sypsophilla. The th'fi RhrlnPnt Wmtiirr.. "Mr. J. A. Gumming formerly ''ol Lethbridge, but .now of the hs'll being'. the supper table bclnK de- Man., Is a business visitor In the city. Mrs. Lewis of Macleod wi in; the ladles headed by Mrs. Horn and Mrs. Livingstone were in charge of yie repast, Mrs. ,Meech be- ing the convenor of the'decorating. A'very delightful.banquet.was serv- ed lost evening to the .visiting delo- gates and members of the Women' Daily Fashion By Gertrude set In the United church hall whither the ladles repaired fallowing their afternoon nieetlng: The hall was prettily decorated .-with-.. attractive streamers In red, while and blue, and blue birds. The labies looked very artistic with their pink runners on which were dainty bluebirds and. at Intervals along thev table, among the. many delicious .dishes that had been prepared, were lovely mauve primulas. Miss Ilamhly, returned, missionary from China was of course the centre figure, somo seventy-five guc-sla sit- ting down to the among Ihem many out-of-town visitors. Following the b'anijuot Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Kane of Iron Springs, Hev.'O. B. ;Cragg, .MisB Itarably and Rev. W. Buchanan gave brief addresses. c 4 4- CHURCHES ANO SOCIETIES fr r1 if -ft" Just think! A real iive fox for a neck scurf! Tis.a' an uncom' Iver Fox.oxhlbitlbti in Montreal last x or a ne ruou Blglit at the big-International Silver ox. exton n Montreal'Ias week. The lady here lias a.genulna sliver fox afoiihrt ncf ileck, and judging from appearances the animal, seems qulto reconciled to'heing used for such a novel purpose. THE PEOPLE'S HONEY-SAVING SALE loth' iu the armories, Gth St.; S. Tea will bo served from 4 to p.m. Bridge being played from three o'clock, and anyone who ad -desires may. have .a table reserved for thorn by- phoning Mrs.jL. M. or Mrs.'T. 1218. Dr. Patterson who was to speak in the First Baptist -church on, Wednes- day evening of tliis Veeh, hai' found it necessary '16 cancel'-liis iheetiifg; 'and will ;vl6it liethbrldge at 'abater ''date.' The- vice will 'bo: hold- at 8 p.m. WEDDINGS c- o of flaymprid, ratge' and slde in Warner. Married at I-adysmith, B.C., on Fri- day, Nov. 26lh, John M. Jenkins of Coleman, Alia., to Lottie Violet Eacott also of Coleman, Alta. French Will Erect Military .Ceremony Planned I Oct. 3 3 General monnfflent to Kc-asnerican vol- who the FrencH aniiy, to be set up shortly in the.flace I sculptor, Boucher, and will cost 000. No foreign! subscription will be .accepted; all donations -must coma .Once z year a military .ceremony the statne and af- arcu played; Every Department will .be crammed We would ask you to please shop early, as we realise it will be hard on Gustomers getting service on account of Wednesday being a half-day. H'llfeE COST'UNJ.TED .-.v.iSTATgS; GOVERNMENT J161 original cosi of a hinge was 83.cents, but a black- smith screwed It in place; an assistant blacksmith helped him; a mas'tcr'me- chanic j> as on the Job; when the ihipplng board got the bill it artoun' -d to The hlngo was to replact one broken on the galley door of a ship at Norfolk, Va., and William H. Mbr- 'on, a former investigation agent of He board, told the House committee' 'oere what it cost.' T CHAPTER yoltmteers. To each the .res- last evening In'tlia Y.SI.C.A. Ulrs. Tay- lor'3 resignation as organizing secre- tary" was accepted and It was left to the next meeting lo appoint a new one. Mrs. Behl looK office as the new- ly appointetl; secretary Blllng the placo of Mrs. Lee'ch. Airs. A. Duchanan. was olecled organizing, secretary -fcr the .take the place of-Mrs. Bcntley. Reports of committees were, read, Airs. Cope, .reporting plans for a hia-. tinee, supper nnd Christmas tree to be held In Knox Sunday School for' tho children of Soldiers, airmen and deceased Bpldlcrs on December 21j Mrs. Starnes reported proposed plans for a bridge 'at the armories on Decem- ber 15, and preparations for the enter- tainment of the provincial chapter when It meets hero in January. NEW DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER A TWEED SUIT FOR SPORT OR v CITY WEAR Ureeds'jiro murli In vngue, not only (or fho oulltig suit, but sleo for. the towii suit. This 'model IK rlghoil so that It may he In iho city, nnd .ttio, counlry. It li origin- Steil in a brown tweed, whlon pencil lints'ot pale blue. Thn skirl is ciit In Iho 'simple fashion tuat is Ap- proved )iy dressers. The coal la f-ttoriici! with slrapDlnga of the iwccil, cut.on the bias. Tho fciraclnus pock- els ftro iilao cut from bias pieces of (hojclolh. The bell, collar nnd cuff straps reveal a fiirthfir nso of the bias inMorlal The hat of brnwn Is faced with blcicsj of liliio tifld brown vulviil. Tho ladles' Aid of Coalhurst aro holding a sale of work on Saturday af- ternoon, December II, In Pcrclval's store, Home cooking and candy stall. Afternoon tea will bo servod. Members of Ins Daughters and Maids of England are kindly naked to donnle a cake towards the refresh- ments for the whist drive to be held In lineman's hall tomorrow evening All members aro asked to be on band at sharp so that tho drlro may start on time. Maple Leaf Chapter '.'No, 7 O. E. S. ineen lonlglit. of officers. Th6 Thlsllo Sewing circle will meet with Mrs. Lindsay, No. 2 fireball on Wednesday afternoon. Tho secretaries of the O.W.V.A. and the MIKUrp Chapter I.'O.DiB. wish to ntnte that they will receive names of children, entitled to attend the XmaB provided by Iho O.W.V.A. up to 5 o'clock Wedrtcb'diy' evening. This muni bo considered Ihe Ifitosl that the list can be kept open and as tho committee In charge are anxious that no r-hlld should lie overlooked, they would urge that nllnamcs please be In by then, ThrmiKh tho courtcssv of Major D. A..MoKllInp, M.C.i and W. Uar-- commanillng nnrl 30th Batlerlos, tho prlvlicgs has been extended lo Iho Lelhbrldgo Muni- cipal Chapter. >to .hold a brldgo dud ''too'i 911'. Wednodldyi Dec. 4 SHORT COURSE FOR THE 'WIVES OF FARMERS Mrs. Mildred Cunningham, of Winni- peg, Manitoba, supervisor nnrl western director of training of the homo branch of tho Soldiers' Settlement Board Is In I-cthbrldge today prepar- ing flans for the holding of a short course for farmers' wlvos. This course would embraca dairying, homri economics and health problems, Tonijht' the executive of tho Local Council of Women will meet with Mrs. Cunningham to determine whether Iho council will get behind this movo. In an Interview, Mrs. Cunnlnghajn slated that It Is possible such courses will be held In Hod Deer, I'eace lilver and Grand Prslrie. In- Mriictlon would .be given under Iho University of Alberln and the Depart- ment of Health. These courses were organized as- sist tho wlvos of Ihe soldier.? who have solllcd on land but they, are open lo tho public. THE DAILY S ,.N. D.'UAiNK CLOSES N. IX, Dec. National Hank of Medina, In Slutz county, wna doaad yesterday by its directors, according to n sinlenicnt given liver'tho' telephone' by'oiio of tli41 directors. This bank Is n member of tho federal roscrve system and Its closing makes 22 stale banks and one national., bajk )mvo -Mrs. Violet Rowley, who married tho Duke of Westminster In London i last week. Site fs'tho daughter of Sir Nelson, steamship owner. A daily cup of 0X0 rnako gooa Ihc wear and tesr dua lo cold and fatigue. So handy, too. in A minutej minuto you want it PHONE ,625 Bawden Bros. PHONE 625 DISTINCTIVE FDRNITDRRE AT DISTINCTLY LESS Diiiing-Rccm Furniture of WALNUT DINING SUITE Mado of the best black walnut, procurable In the graceful (Jucen Anne period design. A ntilto'lhnt will .be a credit to nny.dinlng-rooni. Suite- consists of Buffet, Entenslon Table, China Cabinet and set o! Chairs. Regular for Louis 16th Bedroom Ail ornate suite of six pieces in rich old Ivory finish, Dressing Tnbla.has one large fixed mirror with two mirrors at side. This U a high-class suite .ami at Uia reduced price Is a real bargain. WICKER FURNITURE Wo hnvo just placed on ouri fiooj-s another shipment of these goods and would recommend early shopping, as they won't last long. All have .spring scats with looso cushion on scat and upholstered back. Chair and Rocker, from, pair WILTON RUGS .What more acceptable gift for tho family? Beautiful colorings and do- signs and with their hard wearing qualities make a gift Ihiit is R pleas- ure to both giver and recipient aliko.- A comparison will convlnco you that our prices aro right. 9' x 10' 6" 9' x 12' 99.00 ABOVE ARE SAMPLES OF OUR REGULAR PRICES CROCKERY DEPT. Dinner Sets, Ten Sets, Cut Glass and Hand-painted China, Llmogo.i Dinner SeU'of 07 pieces. r Cut GtAas Sugar and djflj Cream, pair FOR THE BOYS v; 1 Army Service ons.1 Special ;