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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UEUiSMBKM S, MILADI PRONE treasurer, Mrs- John, Livingstone, 0 FAITH AND WORK. You mar believa that truth will win. That right will triuinpli over wrons, TUat not how to sin, But vlcfous might Is always strong. .And if you lack the falto lo give Your all that truth aiid right shall livo, Then what Is good shall pass And hate and shame shaUrule the o i ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. C. T. Maclean wIU tbmorrovr." A marriage has been arranged and will shortly take place between Ihe Earl o{ Elsin and Kincardine, CJ.M.G, and tie Hon. (Catherine Elltabetb Cochraiie, M.B.E., daughter Lord and Lady Cochraiie ol Cults, Scot, land. Premier Uoyd George's second son, Major Gwllym. is engaged to wed a Welsh Miss, Edna Jones, third daughter of David Jones, o( Gwynfa The Major, who Is twenty-six, was an artillery during.the war, and Is Inow with a engineering flrni Miss Jones is twenty-two and has a sister married to the Mayor of Carnar 0 4 Mr. and Mrs! 'if. 'A'. Brown of Nan- ton are visitors In Calgary .this Mr. Inspector of- po- inirilpn line's, was a visitor in the" city Mr. aiid-H. J. Flock are in the city for.a days from Raley. -i Mrs. P. TV. Downer is leaving tomor- row for the coast where she .to visit for several .months. Mrs. George Parians was the win- ner of the cushion the wa. nine a men oi Jlooiieheart' Ji Mr. and Mrs. H. DarDy of visitors In the city today. SOCIAL Tho G.W.V.A. dance held last even ing was a decided, success in every way. About fifty-five couples were Ii attendance at the ball, tliD floor being in splendid shape and excellent rnu'si being furnished by the .Veterans' or ches'tra.' The-Millfiry'Chapter 0 D.-B. co-operated in'making the "eve nine a success. Refreshments wer Mrs. McCorvio_who has been spend- tag several weens in the city has re- turned to.her home in Maple Creeli. Mr. and Mrs.'R. J. Gillesple amoag the visitors from Raley ettend- Ing the UVF.A. meetings. Madirao Giroorardl widow of tie late Mr. Justice'Girourtrd, of the Su. jrem'e Court of-Canada, died at Ot- tawa Saturday. Major-Gen. Sir Percy Glrourard, of London', Eng., and Hector Giroufard, of-..Vancouver, are' sons, and-Mra; is a also leaves a sister, Mrs. Wm.- Macpougall; of Vancburer.- y'- Mr. and Mrs. J: B. Hansen returned last Thursday from Reglna where they had called- by the. Berlous..ill- ness .-and subsequent death of Mrs. Hansen'a mother, Mrs. Brandon, Much eyrhpathy la extended to" Mrs. .Han- sen in ,her Globe. Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntosh; 613, 12th' street, south, returned yesterday .from Red Deer, where they were call- ed on1 Dec. 2, bythe sudden death ol Mrs! Mclntosh's brother, D. 0. Van Blyke.v Headed by Jnstice Sim the' Judicial party for the Grande Fralrle and Peace River ae- dies lea for the north over the E. D fc B. C.'Monday afternoon. Mrs, Mildred Cunningham of Winni arid'western director of training of the homo branch ot the Soldiers' -Settlement 'hoard, who wa( {n the city yesterday, left list nigh Jor Calgary. Miss Haffibly, who was the prin clpal speaker conven lion this week, has gone on to Med cine Hat. ._ Arthur' Cnrrie''OBri tad Currle were 'guests' with Gov.-elec Channing H. CcV and. Edmund Bll Ings, Collector of the Port, at a lunc: eon of the Canadian tiluh: in -Boito on Monday, they went to Boston Jo tho twenty-first annual banquet of th club. A very delightful social evening wa beld.last evening in the Baptist chuic The entertainment took thn.form a supper, when the Win Ones and tl Ramblers met dlsiues thi At the Mausa this Henry James Salmon of Lethbridgo anil Etta May Knudson, of Lethbridge were nlted in marriage. The father and other of the bride were tho at ndanta. Mr. and Mrs. Salmon will J on their farm about seven 'miles i uth of Lethbridge. HARTLEY The "unusual circumstance of the ride's mother being the step-mother the groom, and the groom's father eing the step-father of the bride was. A; South. Mrsi Stpltie will give hofienlly In good clrcumstauces was writ- report from tte laws committee which ten to temporary assistance glv; e applying lo qs for have TiaJ _____ or The'Lethbriage CHy Pipe Band will iwb sinall children with-them, and hold their regular dance Thursday who' they would have'to take with night In Burgmann's hall. A'good them, and as it'Is dliticult 16 secure time Is-assured.'., places even for day's work where the woman would havo to divide her tuna 1 s and tablo The mother looked weary, a h evening at Central-school.- .Anyone and. discg.uraged. .There was .not "-u'" "uul interested is Invited to attend this chair to sit upon, ami the day we meeting were asked to assisf them the child- ren'had gone to .school .without any- The regular monthly meeting of the thing -to eat, In, another home the Daily Fashion By Baresfnrd TORONTO I.O.D.E. HAS BEEN OrsSOLVBO. MONTRBAlJ; Dec. eio.el; herd he BLACK VELVET MAKES A Olhi. ISH FROCK This charming .frock for- afternoon will surely delight its'youthful own- cr. The skirt h tolgned with: seal- sears and was easily one edges, for the irregular Mem f (h In bnlllance 'ul 'uu RETIRES FROM CONTEST EDMONTON, Dec. J.'-Mr'Dlcke- nrimtnated' for .mayor' Monday. i.uc icguiat uiuuiiii.> liiuciniB ui uto ,----3 Women's Civic Cltih will'be held at mother and four, little children had __......--------------- tho homo of Mrs John Craig, 713 4th been left without-even a dollar to definitely announced today he had Ave. S, on Friday at S o'clock bu> foad (withdrawn in of D M. Duggan, An old man of 70 came lo ns for I candidate endorsed liy the Citizens The Central WCTTT will meet on provisions He 1'veS alone and tries Progressive League There are now Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the to mend shoes living A son thiee mayoralty candidates In tne home of Mrs Lonsberrs, 1225 Srd who Coleman end Is appar- irunning Is one -of the interesting fashion trends at this time, i Each" scallop Is bound with silver braid, which a delightful finish. The little bodice is' cut quite plainly', but a dainty guimpe of cream-colored batisto it much charm. This, is-ornamented with many pin tucka and edged with Val lace. Tiny puffs .of- the tucked pet make pretty sleeves, while an un- usual touch revealed In the pep; lum. vThl8, Is fashioned tucked net and 'Hares pleasingly from the figure. TORONTO, Dec. .fonal executire of the'Imperiftl Otder. f Daughters of the Emplro at thf annual meeting this year in Calgary, refused to discuss the charget madtt by.Lady Kingsmill against Mrs erham of this'city, former president of the national chapter of Canada, JloyaV Grenadiers' Chapter I.O.D.Ri' Toronto. Uas been dissolved and charter returned to the of the order. HOW WEAK WOMEN ARE HADE STROM Westmoreland Tdb in the Following Letter. Harrison, i N. my ,tort child WM bom I did not know Ijrdia E. Piakham'i VegetabU Com rxxiod andhidayery bard time.' I read in the newspaperaboot the Vegetable poond and when zny second child carnal took it and was during the time, and childbirth was khun ired tiicea carier. Ever aicca then I have used it' for anv weakness and would noC be without it for the world.: 1 do al! my work and am strong and healthy. I am nursing my baby, and I still the VegetableCpmpound asltkeep> a woman In good health. Yon may publish my tcaumooialforthegoodpfetherwotnen, If yoo eboose to do C WEST- HOBXLUIO, BarrisoD, N.T. Women who suffer from diipiaee- ments, rnflanimatioa, headaches and MrvomnessenouM lose no time in giving this famooa-. root and herb LydiaE. FinLham's Vegetable Cora- ?ocnd, a and fpr ipedal advict write to a Pinkham Lynn, Una.' Four boys were suspended from th Morrlaburg Cplleglate institute to gaiabling in the program. The room- was i rottlly decorated for. the occasion 'pink aud while, carnations centering he tables. HelpYourself a fodder ol tbengdi or protection against weakneH Scott's llmulsion hts stood the exacting ;teitoftime. Help your- to renewed strength, take Scott's Emulsion! ScottABoirnf.Tonmto.Ont. QUICK! STOP INDIGESTION Pain in Gases and Acidity relieyed with '.'Pape's Diapepsin" The in the din-. ng-room of the Palliser Motel ay. evening, In Calgary, was .without oubt "one of the most interesting and njoyable affairB has been, iheld n'the city for some timer There was excellent attendance. Bhriners ronv all partfl of the province being resent, as well as ,a few from other j rovinces. :.The dining-room was beau-' ifullyi decorated 'TwIthVrpalms -_and greenery, of all sorta, I ether with! the bright- costumes of: he Shriners and the beautiful gowns t the women present, combined .to make the scene a brilliant one.' Among he out-of-town guests mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Edgett, Lethbridge; i Mr. and Mrs; W. J, McLean, Medicine lat; Mr. and' 'Ktt. A. M. Morrison, Coleman; Jean B. Reid, Coleman; S. Galhraith, Vnlca'h; Messrs. Archie Mc- Killop, H. J. Cole, E. Eldfidge, Leth- bridge; A. C. Galbraith, D. Blghton, A. G. Dickonson; Vulcan; P. J. Thomas, High" River; "H. P. Morley, Medicine Hat; J. D. Cqlwell, Dr. H; W. Wright, E. N.; Steeman; High Hiyerr. ,v A delightful featnre of the program of entertainment arranged for. the wives of Sh'rlnera of Al Azhar Tem- ple in Calgarjr was the tea held In the Elizabethan arid Tapestry Kooms of the Hudson's Bay Monday, afternoon. t The Elizabethan room was artlstlcal-: ly decorated with bouquets of mauve and white 'mums, while in the Tap-j white carnations lent, a dainty floral touch to' the appoint- ments. A pleasing feature-of "the after- noon was the presentation by Sirs. Herbert Akitt; of .a vefy beautiful pair of. silver candle-sticks to Mra. P..D. McLaren, wlfo ot thcireUring Potentate. Mrs.' Akitt, in making tho presentation congratulated -Mc- on the splendid '.'manner in which she had fulfilled her duties during tho past year, which .was. a particularly strenuous one, aiid ex- pressed her appreciation of Mrs. Mc- Laren's work on behalf of Mra.. McLaren, made! a very fitting in which she thanked .Hie, ladles for their handsome aiid for the help and sho had'received from'them during tho past.-Tear. afternoon Mrs. A. Maxwell, "accompanied'-by Mrs. D. N." McTavlsb, gavo a., much-appreciated vocal solo; Mlsa JcHale Ackland also gave much pleasure in an instrument- al solo. The guests were received by D. McLaren arid Mrj. A. S. Esley, who later'presided at-the tea-table. A number of.ladles froin wers proscnt, easons Fashionable Furs At exceptionally low prices. This is jour opportunity to take ad- vantage of our good fortune in liaving'obtainedasplendidselec- tion of ths newest fura'iat special will .this timely offering of aridisets 'in shoulder neckpieces, the prices are remarkably low for such fine furs. _''' r _. ALL FURS REDUCED Regular Pieces Regular Fxu- Pieces Q Regular for Regular Fur Pieces for..............v... Regular Pieces for Regular Fiu- Pieces for New Coats IJere' is a sale that will astonish the most skeptical. No matter what the future condition may be, no price: reductions -Will ever reach these marvellously figures, for these gar- ments the'best of the latest in two lots from two makers'at figures which we are assured are actually less than their original'cist, EVERY COAT ON Regular Goafe 00 Regular Goats for Regular. for Regular Coats for Your.tinsel' stomach will feel fine! No meals tit arid you feel uncomfortable; when you belclr or raiso sour nndlrjestod food. When you (eel lumim ui indigestion paiif, iieaftburn or hcail- r.cho from acidity, Just eat a tablet cf harmlcssr and reliable tape's Din- tha slomach distress Is fionn. of tho I'ajra's niapensbi as thai most indteOEtlon and fllsordorcit stomach nre from scldily. Tlio rolief comes quickly, no disap- pointment, and tho tost is so I'apoV Uiapepsln licljia rcgiiiato CITV ACTIVITIES 4 t. fr